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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gar.elir: Wed., June 19, 1974 Unit Recommends Condominium Plan A revised proposal for con-: more area covered by concrete j (iominiums at 1431 Edgewoodi than did the first plan, lie said, road SW was recommended lhe i problem more severe, approval Tuesday by lhe zoning; comillltlec voted approv. committee of the city 0[ plan, which will to iiing commission. :the planning commission in two The proposal, advanced 1.. T. Enterprises, is smaller' he titv Three Concordia Spatola Named to Continues Food Stamp Benefits National AllS POSt WASHINGTON (AP) The! work ol" solution Town House units Faculty Members The company wants the prop-1 JQ Judge TietjeDi lerty rezoned from JM to R-3GJ i ST. LOUIS lAI'i-Three Con- from to permit construction of I town house units. In bors have been appointed lo a! proposal for 34 units was] committee to consider charges' approved by the zoning commit- against the liev. Dr. John Tiet-j ien, who was suspended as; tee. It later passed the full plan-i i i F p president Jan. 20 m a Lutheran] inmg commission by a 5-4 vote; chm-ch-Mi.ssouri Synod doctrin-j [but was rejecled by the city! dispute, council, 5-0. The liev. Dr. Robert lloer- In addition lo the reduction in i tlle Dr- Arlhur tirau- I number of units, the revised the Rev. Louis Bngli- of the Cedar Hapias-i fine arts council has! for "Bcdl been named to the steering and disabled persons covered by committee of the Committee oh: Hie new Supplrim-iiUI Security the Arls of the Association of program. College Uiiions-lnternaiional. i Thp Tuesday by a Will) lhe appoimnifiil, Spaiolai becomes the firs, member volt' iiml S1'nt Io "le the committee from outside continued a college or university communi-'measure due to expire June 30. Iv. Jit included an amendment to Spatola said the goal of COTA j close a loophole affecting SSI is to improve the manage-1 recipients in New York, Califor- ment of the arts in bolh Massachusetts, WiscuiiMii tional and public areas to meet land Nevada, the needs desires of pco-i Hep. Wilbur Mills iD-Ark.t pie." i chairman of lhe house ways and His naming announced by j means committee, said the log- b'renton Steele, director of slu-jislalion will maintain lhe status dent activities at St. Cloud regarding SSI and food college. St. Cloud, Minn. i stamps and provide time to million beneficiaries who were formerly rflvrml by Id- stale, federal welfare sy.stem. SSI as- sures monthly incomes of individual" for pies This will increase July I to ami ri'spediu-ly. Kissinger Trip To Paris Planned I'AltlS i.M'i 'Hie Klysee Palace announced Wednesday that Secretary State Kissin- ger will slop in Paris earlv next month In President Vnlory discard d'Kstaing. specilie dale was aiinouncfd. who make up lhe commit- tee, were not members of faculty at the lime Tietjen wasj suspended. Hearings on the suspension are expected to begin in about a month, a spokesman said. The doctrinal dispute involving the suspension involve classroom interpretations of Biblical pas- sages. Photo by Dale Hanklrw Prefers Air-Conditioning With the mercury inching into the upper 80's, who could blame Molly for preferring an air-conditioned dog house? The three-year-old English sheepdog will settle for any good home, with or without air-conditioning. The gray and white female is housebroken and can be adopted for from the Humane Shelter, Mt. Vernon road SE. The shelter's hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. jplan submitted Tuesday in- eludes other changed designed ito eliminate criticisms that led to the rejection of the first pro- posal. Lanes are provided for accel- eration and deceleration along Edgewood road by '.'eJiicles j using the condominium en- trance, some underground park- ing is provided and the develop- er has agreed to construct side- walk in front of the property, along Edgewood road. Same Objections Several residents, represented af the meeting by a lawyer, voiced the same objections as before: That the drainage and traffic problems the con- dominiums would create make them unsuitable. "It's still a problem of spot said the lawyer, point- ing out that most of the struc- tures in the area are single- braries, hospitals and recrea- U. S. Allows Funds To Create Jobs WASHINGTON (AP) i- The labor department has allocated million to state and local goveinments to create public service jobs for "workers in high unemployment areas. Veterans, welfare recipients and former trainees of govern- ment manpower programs will be given preference for jobs in such public agencies as schools, police and fire departments, li- family residences. The new plan shows even (ion departments, the govern- ment said. Seventh Step Foundation "Ex-Cons Aid Juveniles By Steve Helle They've been there, they're back and now they're telling others how much they disliked what they saw. "They" are ex-cons and they are bringing their unique program of rehabilitation to Cedar Rapids and Iowa for the first .time. The Seventh Step Founda- tion differs from other convict rehabilitation programs in two ways, said George May, new- ly-named Iowa executive director. Unique "We are unique because convicts we help have an average 15 percent return rate to prison, whereas the normal return rate is 70 per- said May. "Also we ourselves are ex-cons, ex-social he continued. "We are more effective going into prisons, seeking out the hardened criminal, redirecting and mo- tivating him." "What we say they respect added Cliff Benedict, national executive director of the program. "We can com- municate well with convicts because we've been there. I can say the same thing a parole officer would say, but he'll respect it all the more coming from me." Former Forger Benedict is a former bank robber and May a forged check passer, or as he de- scribed himself in prison lingo, a "paperhanger." "Being an ex-con is part of our noted Bene- dict. "We're not proud of it but we've accepted it and know we don't have to do it today." An office at 105 Tenth street Voices Cautious Note on OTTAWA (AP) NATO Sec-' retary General Joseph L u n s opened the 25th-anniversary ses- i sion of North Atlantic Alliance foreign ministers Teusday with a warning against over-opti- mism about the benefits of de- tente with lhe Soviet Union. The Soviets consider detente' a "one-way process serving the i exclusive interests of the Soviet I he said. "The reality is that detente is not yet an established Luns added. "It is simply the goal of our policies and hopes." 30 YEARS AGO U.S. troops! crushed a German attcmnl to burst out of the American :rapj boUling up perhaps 2f> lo Nazis below Cherbourg. Cliff Benedict NE is scheduled to open July 15 to kick off the program in Iowa. Cedar Rapids will be the state headquarters for the Seventh Step Foundation. Other Offices May said offices in Fort Madison and Anamosa will follow soon. "As soon as we get off the ground and get people into the program, we'll start he said. "We didn't just pick Cedar Rapids out of the clear blue May continued. "In Iowa City, Cedar Rapids and i Waterloo, there are more pro- i bationers than in Des Moines. j "A lot of research went into picking this location. The es- j tablishment of this initial j chapter will be crucial. We'll have to start a working rela- tionship throughout the slate. More Jobs "Cedar Rapids also has a low unemployment rate so it will be easier lo get jobs for parolees." Cedar Rapids will be the j 35th Seventh Step chapter out- side prisons. There are 46 more chapters inside prisons acrors the nation. When the local office gets off the ground, a primary thrust of the program will be helping juveniles who are "beyond help." Dispel Image "We want to dispnl the theories juveniles have about emulation of tough said May. "We'll go into the schools and talk to the guy in school who's pushing every- body around. George May "We'll take him into the prisons and show him what it's like. We want to keep him from going down the same road we've gone." May added that in some states juveniles labeled as "incorrigible" by the judges are released to the Seventh Step Foundation on probation. "We certainly want to help anybody who needs a helping said May. He said that offer was extended to women convicts, too. "Hard-Core" May said the foundation was particularly interested in "hard-core criminals. Those are the people who are really respected in prisons. "He's .the guy who really has problems and we're out to help him help himself." May emphasized that "we're not penal reformists, we're people reformists. We try to encourage living up to the rules and regulations of prisons. We're not trying to reform the system. "We say live within the sys- tem and reform yourself." He predicted that the local office would begin a "WATS line rap line" sometime in the future. A number would be es- tablished that could be called troll-free by anybody from anywhere in Iowa anytime of day. Main Objective "If a guy is down to noth- ing, maybe thinking of com- mitting a crime, or maybe committed a minor infraction and is scared to hell he's going to be sent back up, he can give us a call and rap with said May. "It's very definitely been proven to be helpful." All the group's efforts point toward one objective: main- taining the freedom of the in- dividual. The seven steps can be likened to seven command- step beginning with a letter from the word freedom. The seventh step reads: "Maintaining our own free- dom, we pledge ourselves to help others as we have been helped." for the Finest' in Paints MULEKOFF'S J ten of ivtrything for tin homi Drapery Dept., 2nd Floor Open Thursday 9 'til 9 While our Drapery Department is "ON THE MOVE" Save Very soon, our tfcparfmenr will be moving to their newly remodeled loca- tion on our 5th floor. We'd like to move as little as we have lo, that's why fhese special buys are yours lor }h the regular price. Shop this week and SAVE. While we're "on the you save Yif Save on Quilted Bedspreads assortment of colors in twin, full and king sizes Save on Velvet Draperies -Reg. Size Plus! a large selection of dra- peries, in many styles and patterns all Vi "Sky Top" Open Weave CASEMENT DRAPERIES off reg. reg. reg. reg. reg. These draperies are absolutely marvelous for this time of year. In your choice of 4 colon. Save on Corduroy Armrests and Contoured Bed Cushions Armrests, reg. Contours, reg. NOW NOW SMULEKOFF'S j Ktit of everything tor the homt Third A.true at First Sl'retSE In Downtown Cedar Rapids Open Thursday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. we're clearing out Roll after Roll of Famous Brand Name Carpetings Reg. Antique Gold, Nylon Twist with Foam Back. 148 Square Yards ...........Sq. Yd. Reg. Red, Nylon Twist with Foam Back. 69 Square Yards.............................Sq. Yd. 5399 Reg. 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