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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                IDA Washington Symphonic Band Seh Europe Tour Tho Washington iiigii school symphonic baud, which also in- i-lutles mcinlvrs of ti-e state chainpionshjp Hevolutionists jazz-lab band, will leave July 28 for a two-week concert lour o: Europe. Under the direction of Kich- ard Bricklev, the aroun will present ciMkvns in Lucerne. Florence. Kiti-buelil. and The students will also visit Home. Venice, and Munich. Concert performances will in- clude works chosen from an ex- tensive porgram prepared es- pecially for the Kuropean lour. Selections include "American Two BoysFound Dead in Woods TIU'RMAX. N. Y. (UPK Two 12-year-old hoys who disap- peared Tuesday in a thickly- wooded area of the Adirondack? were found dead Wednesday. Officials said James Pandolfo of Thurman and Jimmy Gould of New York City apparently slipped from a cliff while hik- ing. The Gould boy reportedly had been vacationing with voting; Pandolfo. i Variations" by Jerry Bilil, "Glorious Things of Thee Are by and "Mac- Aniiur Jnmny Webb. Tiie group lias also prepared traditional band marches, marching band arrangements, popular songs, band selec- polkas. Sales of fruit, popcorn, and progru.n advertising" helped de- fray expenses for the stu- dents making the trip Polish Seaman Granted Asylum PORTLAND, Ore. iL'Pi) A Polish seaman who jumped ship off Coos Bay. Ore., on July -1 has been granted in She r. s. George Konrad. SI. said he jumped from the Polish fishing ship when it was 12 miles off the Oregon coast because of condi- tions both in his homeland and aboard ship. District Immigration Director Albert Convcrsano who granted the asylum said tho state de- partment told him Konrad might be persecuted when lie returned to Poland. Keith Wharff Is Deferred Gifts Officer at Coe Iv'itii Wharf. :Wj fitth avenue. Marion, hr.s been named deferred gifts officer at according to Jack l.nugen. vice- president for developaient. Wharff will be Cop's first full- time deferred gins officer, a position initiated through a grant from the Hill Family t''oumiaiion of St. Paul, The foundation has given grants to -0 colleges, including five in Iowa, to enable them to es- tablish comprehensive deferred givaig programs. !u his new position Wharff will counsel with C'oe alumni and other friends of the college regarding gifts to Coe through gift annuities, charitable re- mainder trusts, and life income contracts. A resident of the Cedar Rapids area since Wiiarif has been a sales representative! for Wallace Business Forms, j Inc. Prior to joining that firm! he was associated with the dard Regislcr Co. for 20 years, i lie is a graduate of Monmouthi college and an air force veteran! of World war 11. York City Million The percentage of stations open after l> p.m. on Saturday increased to 07 percent, up Percent, and the ix'reentage of opoii en' ,u- M1W YOUK (Al'i City creased 2 percent to 57 percent. Comptroller Harrison (loliiin Average premium grade gaso- :l prices ivmained lor immuii uf m.siiA I-... tifiii straight week at MI negotiable bonds were missing cents a said, while Mayor Abraham Heame regular 'grade prices wore 56 iou- cor. ts. unchan'.'ctl in two Gohiin, Heame's successor, months. made the audit public for the ..iimv i-'-.i! of firs' lime -Monday, one day fuel dropped to 0.2 percent while a'u'r disclosed that iiis own s I a t i on s limiting purchases contracted audit revealed a made up percent of the of 55.-! million in securities '.ions contacted. presently in the steel- _.....___________ lined, time-locked city vault al- m -ii r ii i-i i i thoush they were still on the Plull Seidl Elected ledgers. By Young Republicans The securities could have I'liill Seidl was elected pres- stolen, the audit reported, iclent of the Linn County Young i01' the whole mystery could sim- Republicans at a meeting b? the result of a massive H O U rS: day evening at Bever park. i bookkeeping error. Other officers elected were! Goldin did not accuse Beame, fellow Democrat, of any im- line [M-ices remained stable this Lori Klinkhammer, week while the number of ser-'and Mark Seidl. treasurer., ''These audits speak to the vice stations operating on Schubert was elected 0[ die record's, assets and iof the constitutional which 1 inherited. ion Suiulay when Goldin le- ivealed the results of his audit. Beam's spokesman said at least one employe "was transferred as a result" discrepancies. Armed city police guarded the vault Monday, but lioldin that until April 26 when the lat- about 25 city eniolusos lu-.J access to [he area ;iiiu vaulikeoper was not required to get signed authorizations for 'withdrawals from the room. Keith Wharff Gasoline Prices Stable, Longer ning anil increased, iJan. 1.'' Goldin said. spokesman for jiayor- according 10 th tomobile Assn. j 30 YEARS AGO Dispatches AAA said Tuesday that 7S pcr-j irom St. I.o in Normandy tnat ?3.95 million Of cent of the stations it con- vcaled_ that the Germans not be 10 YKAKS AGO The attor-itacted in all states except Alas- ney for Samuel Shcphard said Shepherd and Arianne Tep- pcnjohanns be married. ka reported they were open andj pumping gasoline after 6 p.m.! weekdays. Last week's survey! dup .torl3 tllll-icd for, but he said "a reconcili-j nels undei' tlle Drive Safely lation of these figures had been 'made.'' i The same assertion was made Krupp Interest TKIIHAX i API Iran an- nounced Wednesday it iias ac- quired an unprecedented inter-' est in the West German firm of Huttemverke A. the part of Iht nil; Krupp concern. llushang Ansary. Iranian min- ister of economic affairs and fi- nance, announced the deal and said it the first time in the1 Krupp company's ISi-year his- tory that it has allowed foreign participation in ownership. Ansary said 'Iran acquired a 25.04 percent interest in the steel firm under an agrceemiil negotiated and signed on July 12. The agreement provides free supply of Krupp's technological know-how to Iran and establish- ment of a joint investment com- pany in Zurich, Switzerland. 'Dead1 6 Weeks, Youth Returns, Quickly Jailed SANJl'AX. I'. It. (l-'I'I! A man who Mipposculy died sK weeks ago. turned up I ll) he jailed on a charge petty theft, according to a local news- paper. The San Juan Star home to visit his family after having worked the last few weeks in the Salvation Army kitchen in San Juan. Hut his family believed it had buried ilu: youth six weeks ago after he had been electrocuted. Pablo Jose was not home long before he learned that he was waated by police on a charge of petty theft. He turned himself in and'was jailed in lieu of bail. Practically the entire town of Guinea turned out 1o greet the young man as hi- was being moved to the district jail. Pablo Jose's mother, who fainted when she first saw him, said she had told the coroner the body of the clectocutccl youth did not look anything like her son, but the coroner had in- sited it was Pablo Jose. The corpse buried in the Gon- zalez' family plot in the Gunica cemetery has not been iden- tified. 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