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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 17, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                .00 NAHONAl Wf SlUVICt Possible in Director District Ballot Question DEATHS I lip (Vdjr July 17. 1074 3A liv Judy Daiibcnmicr Earnest E. Ross Earnest K. Koss, 07. of 1210 Rights Unit Subcommittee To Investigate Age Bias told The (iazctte Wednesday he "11JS1 SUDmi! a proposition railway for 'il years as an engi- night to investigate the prob- rcfcrri-d "40 or 50" complaints had spoken with Otto Wit-dors- 'f lu do nt'er ancl wils a member of Unit- 'em. of age discrimination to the borg.' school board secretary. s" b-v al 50 petitioners. ed Transportation and the The action v.as taken at tiie siaie civil ri'jlits commission so by at least 50 petitioners. ed Transportation and the The action v.as taken Some 8i persons signed a pcii- C c n r a i I'arK rrcsoytt-nan commissit tion sent to the school board last church. afier several people spck November asking for establish- Surviving in addition lo his problems unique to the elderly, said Klinger told him he "K'm of s''vt" director districts, js dauKhter, Mrs. l.eroy particularly in the area job and I'hil assistant count v attorney "about tin- mat- 'lur H   Monday son's attorneys said they cxcePtlon to a I the Rev. Warren Webb and FilesforC.R. Board Position Scott Olson, 28, of 1641 Thirty- -tmpeaehment- (Continued from Page 1.) didn't know how they were n. 91. Schultz'. Thursday at 11 at Cedar at (13) 4.47, fallj _ Bcssie L Coralville Lake Pool level Wednesday 692.79} Dixon. 82. Thursday at I North English Christian church. I Powell's. Births Mercy July 17 Mr. and Mr: Ask Pav to States WASHINGTON (AP) The Kebal. Solon, a daughter. Luke's senate interior committee has demolished. "They thought and they said on the was taken but as you can see I am alive. "I succeeded in escaping. I went first to Paphos, where there is a radio station from which I made several broad- casts to my people. Station Shelled "Yesterday morning a small warship of the national guard fired at the radio station and demolished it, while at the same time armored cars and tanks moved toward Paphos." Explaining his decision to leave, Makarios said, "I didn't want lo fall into the hands of the Greek junta. I preferred to leave Cyprus. I felt that going into hiding was not the answer. "I feel from the outside I am able to help my people more ef- fectively in their struggle against the dictatorship and at- tack on their rights. Calm Reported Radio Cyprus said Wednesday morning that life was once again normal on the island, the curfew on the Greek Cypriots had been lifted from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., and citizens were going about their business quietly. The new regime repeatedly broadcast orders to all persons to turn in any weapons they had by 2 The announcement said a search of all homes I approved an amendment toiwoulci begin at that hour, and 1 force thc federal government to any0ne found with a weapon be paid at the rate for one attor-! bj (f lam., F jvention in which the Missouri 1 _ AttJ- Nasscam James Turner chapel east at mg Friday ancl at St. I was killed! i. eradotha 1 Apphca ions are_ pendi iv, iiiai i TVirurm Am lawyers for Darwin Ammeter and Robert Manchester. The five suspended detectives and Public Safetly Commissioner James Steinbeck, a former detective, are charged in connection with an alleged conspiracy to dam- age the reputations of other po- lice officers. Synod was criticized for "of- efforts to legislate adher- lowans Now Can Make Free Calls For Reservations Park Reservation system vice-president James Rossie an- nounced Wednesday that the service will begin accepting col- lect telephone calls from Iowa residents. Up to now, lowans who want- ed to make camp reservations for the 21 national parks includ- ed in the service had to use a toll-charge number. Because of public response, Rosi.ie said, collect calls will be accepted on the number 319-363- 0224. Rossie reminded, however, that reservations for more than 10 days in advance must be made by mail. The post office box number is 1976 in Cedar Rapids. He also said telephone reser- vations will be made only for holders of either BankAmeri- card or Master Charge credit cards. ence to additional documents that serve to fence God's Word and fracture God's people." The LCA resolution referred to a long-standing doctrinal dis- fourth street SE, filed nomina- tion papers Monday for the two- lo vole and that ll was ,.year vacancy on the they could vote for im- Malta chapter, OES. a P i d s Community schooljpeachment. Cedar Memorial. Friends may [board. "There are al least four Re- call at Turner east. Olson, in announcing his can-i publicans waiting to see what jdidacy for the board, said "be-1the legal theories (for impeach- Friday ancl at St. Georgciing a member of the said Rep. Rails- Syrian Orthodox church at Rapids school board is the most [back He identified the by the Rev. Constantine effective means by which need-jfour as himself and Reps. Cohen pute within the LCMS that has threatened to split the 2.8- million member synod. Conser- vatives maintain stories in thej Bible must be interpreted as Iit-j eral fact while moderates have] held that the validity of such stories as "Adam and Eve in the Garden Eden" and "Jonah and the Whale" is in the lessons the stories tell. Nasr. Burial: St. George Syrian! cemetery, where military ser- i vices will be conducted by the' American Legion. Friends may call at Turner cast wbere Tri- saEu'ari services will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday. ser- n i f i I the Rent Strike in Scott Olson NEWARK (AP) Tenants of the Stella Wright housing proj- ect and the Newark housing au- thority announced an agreement Wednesday to end the nation's Preus criticized the LCA reso-j longest public housing lution and said a committee being formed to meet with LCAj Under the agreement, ham- President Robert Marshall tojmered out during weeks of ne- discuss the problem. jgotiation in federal court, the "Had we known that such a i tenants are to resume the pay- of Maine, Butler of Virginia and j Fish of New York. Cohen agreed with Rails- back's estimate and said there could be more than four Repub- licans voting for impeachment after examining (he proposed articles. Raps Prediction Wiggins' prediction that im- peachment would fail in the ju- ed changes in school district idicary committee led Rep. Ed- policy and direction can be to say, "I'm tiated." resolution was being planned for your Preus told Marshall in a letter, "we would have been happy to supply you with full information, including speakers, to explain our posi- tion." ment of rents and the housing authority is to make repairs. In addition, Ihe U. S. department of Housing and Urban Develop- ment agreed to contribute at a loss to understand how any- Issues he cited include could come to that conclu- fying "school board and be a lawyer and a lit- so it spends less time on items'crate person. which should be staff decisions j "After being immersed in the and more time on items devel-l evidence I would be very much oped by board members from j concerned about the stability of input received from government if that took students, teachers, employes piace. And I don't know how "-J........J ,any member of congress could explain that result to the Ameri- Simon Asks Delay WASHINGTON (AP) Trea- sury Secretary Simon has asked a delay in any action to extend government authority to allo- cate oil supplies and control prices. and concerned citizens. "Careful Evaluation'' million to the project. U. S. Judge Frederick Lacey approved the agreement. Since the rent strike began bond jn I December for remodelin ;can public." A careful evaluation of the i usage of existing school facili-l Besides obstruction of jus- ties is required. We must deter-' aricle. which would cover mine Ihe justification for a 1970 at the low-rent public ing project, about million inj rents had been withheld by ten- ants protesting unsanitary and unsafe conditions in their high- rise project. lie in Water- m.gate from the June- 17, 1972, at Democratic head- to the junior high schools, when studies indicate a rapid decline in enrollment, fewer number of hours that stu- quarters up to the present, the staff is expected to propose articles based on: Alleged use of government July i.i Mr and a percentage of offshore oil would be tried by a military Craig- R. Kohl, llnuj tn stales horrlprinp revenues to states drilling sites. bordering, courj anc] punished'severely. The British forces' radio sta- tion on Cyprus reported a second street NE, a daughter. July Ifi To the families of Lenny O. Cornell. 726 Eighth street NW. a son; Larry Kuna-j to sell something big? j night for the island, with only lek. 1SH Central drive Ads occasional rifle shot and dauRhter: Vincent Wolral., enU M wnannn firo hosrH Grand avenue SE. Indians Ask Court Okay For License-free Hunting Permission for Indians on the, members of the plaintiff tribe j 1951 dents now spend in school, for political purposes, possible additional school clos-Sincluding use of the Internal ings [Revenue Service to harass those Olson and his wife Carol. cncnlies of thc i teacher at Johnson elementary administration. avcntie .Sli. a son: Thomas Lang. 775 Sixth Marion, a daughter; Hark Monticello. a daughter; Rirk Dye, 1020 Six- teenth street NE. a son. Marriage Licenses Mary Hart and Richard Cor- poron.' Linda Battan and Keith Rudolf. Ronnie Smith and John Peal. jr.. .lover- Churchill and Thomas Poehobradsky. Levona Sehv.'ab and Kenneth sell them all. Dial 398-8234. Nissen Expansion: Council Plans Million Bond Sale The city council Wednesday He cited three advantages to approved a resolution of intent bonds: lo authorise sale of million in' Bond carn GR1NNELL trial date has been set on a charge of assault and battery filed by an Iowa revenue depart- ment agent against Ihe pub- Mesquakie settlement near j have resided, fished and hunted Tama to hunt and fish in Iowa j within and without the Tama In- school. have a four-year-old son. j Contempt of congress for fail- He moved to Cedar Rapids in'ing to comply with eight com- from Marshalltown, and.mittec subpoenas calling for 1-17 graduated in 1964 from1 taped conversations. Washington high school. Nixon's personal finances, in- without obtaining a license is dian reservation in accordance! Olson received a bachelor of eluding underpayment of sought in a suit filed in federal with tribal law and custom. architecture degree in 1969 taxes in the years 1958-72 court in Cedar Rapids. j "Fish and game taken State university. He be-land allegations that federal The suit claims the Indians have a treaty-given right to hunt and fish both on and off thc the woods and streams of the came associated with were turned to his pcr- Tama Indian reservation are a Peiffer and Associates in use. mum a-din-i me uuu- i sourcc of clict ailcl subsis" scrml in the U'S' army The 11SC "f wiretaps and the lisher of the Deep "River Rec- wlthout obtaining and play an important j 1970-71. and returned to the investigating unit known [license. jrole in the plaintiffs' traditional j in November. 1971. for domestic Th ative American Rights I cuiture and religion." j Powcshiek county aulhori- industrial revenue bonds for ex- of Nissen Corp. facili- free interest ties'al 930 Twenty-seventh avc-j 2I Revenue is oblaincd by the expanding company, Nissen in I this case, at a lower interest Ihonds will be used lo construct Irate than through borrowing. of Cedr.r Fires (i-2R pin Tuesday rnknnwni The revenue gained from Iheithis case, at a lower interest In pappr at N street SW. rail at K Fifth street Wednesday. Nui-ia square foot addition to land avenue and jxjsson's manufacturing facili-j 31 Cities can provide incentive ies and a square foot industry expansion or loca- Magistrate's Court Idilion to its warehouse. .Some SpeediriK Franeis Gallijcquipment will also be pur- 2B7 Twenty-seventh with the income. SK: Roland Henik, Ml. Veriion; lieverly StonekinK. ITiUli Sixth tion in their communities. Slifcl, Nicolaus and Co., Inc. j Dunham" said lies s a i d Wednesday the charge came as a result of an incident July 'i when two rev- enue agents went to the office of Charles Dunham to audit his hooks. Robert Shriver, who Filed assault charge, said he Fund of Boulder. Colo., which! filed Ihe suit, argues that resi-i dents of the settlement "Real Controversy" Two-Year Vacancy surveillance. A broad article charging i He is a member of West- Now. the suit Prcsbvtcrian with abuse of his presi- a real con-i Ihe board of directors of Boys falllln' being "unlawfully tried and exist? secuted for alleged violations of i I r o v c r s y between tribe; Acres. Cedar Rapids convention Iowa fish and game laws." Defendants Named defendants lo meet and Doug Nauman started lo I chairman, executive director in .._ .r ii T____ _ 1... members and state authorities, 'bureau, the mayor's community lu' The plaintiff requests that committee. Cedar Hapids 'hj! are slop "policies which result'Jaycees. (he Iowa chapter of the the interference with Institute of Archi and members of Ihe Iowa con-1harassment of" members of Ihe tects. the Cedar Rapids Ail Dunham shoved Shriver inlo jservation commission and the j tribe. Cenler. the llawkeye Zoological. The suit further asks for a Socictv. and Indian Creek Xa- read Dunham his lights iwhen Shriver said he suffered a broken finger. will be selling the bonds. nounced audit resulted from a Lennox avenue K'K; eaeh fined ,S30 anfl eosts. Richard Fnr-j Mt. Vernun; Michael llus-j Cedar Hcvonoiir said. according lo Robert J. Hevcn- our. execulive vice-president of I Want lo rent your garage? A coiiecls" 'rrom "a Nissen- want ail will do it quickly and al small wmmemal printing op- Revenue from the bonds will ,mv cos, Djal 390.023.1. mir work force ing and fishing law enforcement final judgment declaring lhal lure Center, agency. 'tribe members have Hie "right. Olson is running for Ihe two- Ill tile petition il is and immunity lo hunt, year vacancy ereaied by the that federal laws and treaties fish and trap." guarantee hunt arm equipment in thc want ad f> Light Up Someone's flay with Flowers 180U Ellis Blvd. NW FLOWERPHONE 366-1 826 BROSH CHAPEL eilar Rapids "Iti-iuli'il lo I'nlillr .SVrrire" Aluiui Our I'l-c-ai-riiniswl Services Solon Let our Flowers express your respect and love FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 _______phone, answered 24 boors every cloy. Since flowers for al! occasions me immemorialIrolumns. Dial 398-8234. JOHN E. LAPES Convenient downtown loccilion msilrd Avr. SK M.WIRIl Now, two completely -staffed locations to serve you. i s Last, HOG yncond Avo. 1 Ayr.   

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