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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kapiils Gazette: Sat.. July 6. Stop-and-Frisk Zebra Hunt Hit by NAACP NEW ORLEANS iAP> lawyer who won the U. S. dis- stop-and-frisk searches of black I trial court injunction against the Zebra manhunt was such searches were ille- by the National Assn. for the'gal when they were ordered. Advancement of Colored People -jt was really a search for ev- convention as dangerous over- idence. they were looking for a reaction by police. ;.38 pistol." he told a convention I'ndertaken in a drive to end workshop. "They knew this was terrorist-style murders of whites an unconstitutional search." by blacks! the searches later In another resolution, the were ruled unconstitutional by a NAACP demanded a moratori- federal judae. lim on mental tests where most, "The lawless acts of the po-'blacks score lower than whites, lice created such an intolerable! Standardized tests are mis- coudition of tension and apprc-: leading when they have not hcnsion in the black corrected for cultural bias. thai it could have led to an the delegates said, explosion of enormous dimen-. "Racism Flames" sions." a resolution said. Zebra was a police code name for a special radio large number o used in coordinating police students being misplaced; tion whenever a new sidewalk''" c asses and 'denied admissions to higher ed- shooting occurred. adm.ss.ons. to higher ed ucation opportunities, the reso- "Knew Illegality" lulion In motiveless attacks spread It urged use of "all from last December to April.itrative and legal remedies 12 whites were slain and eight I prevent vioaltion of students'j maimed. Police said that rights through i each instance (he attacker of tests." identified as a black man. President Nixon's administra-j Nathaniel Colley. a Sacramen-llion again drew fire for "con-: ______________'--------------- tinning lo fan the flames of with code words such as schools' and I'forced busing.' i A resolution said the con-: use of such words has, I "given encouragement to the! proponents of segregated i Military To Call Signals For Ethiopia K'ontinued from i'ilge 3.) U.S.-Soviet Team To Study Early BHg for Alaska to study mutual an-'sor added. MOS l> cestors the :uxient inhabi- Asked if the archaeological NK. Clilbcit tants the Aleutian islands. project had significance for 3rdtu. A group of five Russian arch-: I'. S -Soviet cooperation in other ;.im) UV1, A j geologists ar.d anthropologists fields. Okladnikov, a round- y s .sen-. Kvc. plan io spend a month with their faced, middle-aged man with ishimii- 299M T S colleagues in. joint research- (winkling blue eyes answered on I mnak island, the site where ienthusiaslically: -1 believe it is thousands of years ago Siberian a very hig a very effective s! ]2M Monald settlers first penetrated what for contact between Serv. >ljc now the American continent. 'our countries." S.s. 8M5. Serv Sawhill Pushes State Overhaul Of Utility Rates T 11 Although scholarly collabora- lion between .Soviets ;rncl Amer- icans dates back through the years of the cold war, the cur- project is believed to he the first time Soviets have ever been permitted to come to the for original research. i. Sen. AnKMKi. 10. Wed. eve. p.m. N i- w Jerusalem Church   hfve ,the distance during the temporary protection need- jbut that thc air search was m this emergency. rj lAlabama Looks For Blacksmith Thursday that the coast guard to search a should have had oxygen in the J rescue helicopter, and accused the "coast guard of failing to resumed until three hours after j daylight. A coast guard spokesman in New Orleans said a rescue cut- ter left Point Lobos 45 minutes after receiving the distress sig- nal. He said a plane and a The coast guard said addi- tional units were called the fol- lowing morning and continued resume the search until three hours after daylight Tues-j area that covered a 35-mile ra- dius from the point where the the only requirements, distress signal was sent. Official Policy The reformers' goal now, and! lyzing the cost of lead-free gaso- Concerning the lack of ox- ygen. an official coast guard j cles ,md equipment statement said: ______________ "Official coast guard policy is was criminal not to have ox-inot to carry paramedics or hos-i day. "Criminal" "I'm very bitter because it The research project is spon- sored jointly by the Soviet Aca- demy of Sciences and the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and funded by the University of Connecticut, the National Sci- ence Foundation and the New York-based Wenner-Gren Foun- dation for Anthropological Re- search. Last May, Laughlin, chair- man of the University of Con- necticut's laboratory of biologi- cal anthropology, traveled to Siberia for a conference on the Bering land bridge that once connected Asia and North Amer- ica. "We've already located a vil- lage site on the island that dates back to between 8700 and 7800 Laughlin said. He said this was about the same time the Bering land bridge finally split apart. The state says it needs "Big Beginning" I blacksmith to forge, sharpen! Sand temper tools and pieces of I.h Flrst WC wish to vehi-l- MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI) In the age of the jet and the helicopter left that night and the sta'e searched throughout the night. 1S looklng for a b'acksm'th 'No written examination re- quired." The salary ranges from to a year. Experience and an eighth-grade education are we must understand that the era of low-cost, abundant ener-l gy is over, and adjust to the realities of growing scarcity." Sawhill released copies of "f >'eal' rac'mn2 the world supply for export will be up about 35 percent. and other "ie countries Brazil will be letter in which he outlined for the governors the results of a June 19 Washington conference with utility executives, commis- sioners and consultants. The letter said the electric utility industries in most states are having great difficulty in raising capital and in paying costs for fuels and materials in meeting growing environmental .demands. "And they are generally frus- trated by an outmoded rate structure that threatens their continued vitality." the letter said. Sawhill said 31 states have existing provisions for automa- tic pass-throughs for increased Total world production for the 1974-75 season is estimated at 80.3 million bags, up sharply from last year's drop of 64.3 million, the department's f o r e i g ii agricultural service said. But USDA officials are cau- tious about predicting lower cof- f e e prices for consumers, whether in retail stores by thc can or in lunch counters by thc cup. Fare Boost WASHINGTON Air fares on routes over the north and central Pacific will go up 4 fuel costs by utility firms, but percent, effective July 15. no state has an automatic pass- r '______________ through for increased operating costs. Aleuts icame to what is now I the New World." Okladnikov 30 YEARS AGO Berlin an- jnounced that Marshal Karl von jRundstedt, commander of Ger- man forces in the west, had been replaced by Marshal Guenther von Kluge. Home said. "Tex (Ed-pital corpsmen on routine j ward, jr.) was alive whenisearch and rescue missions e' Husseim, 77, 1 J picked up and I can't say much as 90 percent of search jhow they managed to settle Grand Mufti Death tnerc _ what kind of culture! BEIRUT. Lebanon former when they overthrew Makon- ncn's predecessor in February, is to end the power of the feudal clique of landholding nobles aristocrats and their allies in! tor John Sawhill estimated that the church. i Venezuela's new price increase The emperor agreed to re-j on cnide oil would raise gaso- would have lived had he had ox-jand rescue missions occur with- Home said. "But we; in 30 minutes flying time from were told on the rescue fishing! the shore where medical facili- boat it was have oxygen." grand mufti of Jerusalem who led several Arab revolts against the British mandate in Pales- tine, died Thursday. imperative that he [ties are maintained. 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