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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                2 I he Cedar Kapids Gazelle: Thuis.. Aug. 1. 1974 Crisis Lines 'Don'f Discourage Suicides Three Bicycle Riders Injured In City Mishaps Magistrate Court Telephone suicide crisis comments with statiitk-s on eluded Dr. Paul Husto Prisoner Asks "Good Money Damages Grand Jury Receives An inmate at the men's refor- Drunk Driving Case at Anamcsa has filed a complain! in Cedar Rapids fed- Barefoot Robber Compromise Bill On Arms to Nixon Hits PDQ Store Three bicycle riders were in- jured Wednesday in traffic accidents. None was hos- jitaiized. Clyde Nelson Price, no William Kosbure 15 Of address, has been bound over l'ril1 I'liarguii; Warden head of the t'I hospitals psvcho- over 27-momil avenue SW. was grand jury on a charge of Calvin Auger and eight other from .Jan. 1. Mercy hospital fnr 3 frpr-'drunk drivina. second offense, orison with a variety "Those who wish lo conuni: 30, 3.225 deaths right arm suffered at He was arrested July 14. o: offenses, suicide do not contact a tele- been recorded in lhe biock "f George (ioff, who was convict- phone suicide line." he told .iams boulevard SW. 'Man Given Two-Week.ed on a stale charge of breaking members of the Linn county Rostmrg was in. Term nn Chnrno anii entering in March of 1971, psychLlric clinic, family ser- Of the Si people had jured when lie emerged from a J" le m n requested in damages, the vice agency and mental health been at the menial to the fire station lo- lialph Swallom. 400 Eight- issuance to him of 111 days good advisory boarc, ing Wednesday. Huston said that conclusion dispelled the nolion that sui- cide is a cry for help. Those who cry for help don't want to commit suicide generally, he said. .-onie tif liwsciCiiirti a: 22-tT bouie- eenti; street was sentenced ume, and that the health center had SW. attempted to cross the to 1! days in the l.inn county tory policies. into contact with. 12 were listed road as official suicides. front at an door angl.> and hit the jail on a charge of larceny. a car driven by He pi.-d guilty in magistrate's, be a -'sealed Huston emphasized that men Kloyd K. Fisher. l.eawood. court to taking a billfold Mi health clinic staifer.s .shOuld'Kan. i-iininc iviAnoino tr. VHiih i i. f, unniiii, >ti otionguig 10 r.nnn. he savs he has suffered be capable of recognizing the rhiri'i-s uvrr. Cl-ip-l- fi-'fi Sivlecnih street1 i f- viiHK. tix> Mxiunm MIILI because of lie mn- In the Church of the New Son" of recognizing the' charges were tiled, "suicide ivpe." He said there was ;l "high-risk group who Kathleen L. Martin. 19, 4102 Huston offered suggestions on a belter chance of committing.'Westover road SK was ire-nod suicide prevention. He prefaced suicide than others." at Kl fflr abra. PC1'SO" expresses suicidal :sions and contusions to the right tendencies or extreme suffered at p.m. at the sum, case workers should lo Lindale Plaza on alert ;o his aveuue K. ;said Huston. By Conservative a as I likely to commit suicide, Hmton and was m bv the topic shr.uld be hl. H f street1 -persecution beliefs" Gold Ownership Drive To Oust Nixon Mounted Conservative because of reli- in violation of the Kirst Amendment to the L'.S. Constitution. Goff charged rc- Dlll to officials with "inhu- ;mane treatment, unnecessarv. WASH1XGTOX (API A and sen-1 permitting Americans to for ,he prison Miss Martin was injured when !antl sel1 E0'ri has hcen scnt to offense. she rode a bicycle across the White House by congress. i Auger and others are also' tersection and was hit by a car! Tnc measure, enacted allow ,vould buying and selling of gold as iDec. 31 if the President finds the transactions will not i named for sending certain pris-l 'nei oners to the Fort Madison peni-1 in violation of guide- lines set down by Federal Judge William C. Hanson. WASHINGTON (APi campaign to enlist conservativi support for President NixonVsubtly. imnpir-hm.inl nr rnoinmtinn Inc charges WOI'C filed. PoiiCC' impeachmintm icsignation has 'Unrecognized Suicides hlri th. I that been launched by the govern-. the U. S. internal mone- ment's former anti-poverty Hp said questions can belhghl when Martin s positjon director. such as, "Did you crossed into the path of his' fap tjmej Vehicles Damaged Howard Phillips said ci'rciL'ar' since the 1930s that private citi-j WAUKON Vandals stole that Nixon no longer stands for .lvc Uld. -voui Th. could conduct gold iransac-two cars from the Mark Mauss the conservalive mandate which ffel !lkc 'l Motors, and a pickup from voters gave him in 1972 awBy w.th yourself sc Ma. P P -icrnif n vou sometimes wish vou Lukes for a bump on tnci survival itself has become and a cu, ,oe suffered Zero in on a want ad and sell principal aim of this adminis-" (ration." Phillips, who briefly headed I: Huston noted thai there p.m. Wednesday in the 3600 a lot of unrecognized suicideslblock of Midway drive NW. IthoEc useful but not longer need- 'led items. Dial 398-8234. the Office of Economic Opportu- nity last year when Nixon was trj'ing to dismantle it, said mail- jn (he county. I don't know how it would impossible to identify for sure He characterized the work of ings are going out to psychiatric clinic as ade- fives around the country in a drive to build grass-roots sup- port for the President's re- moval. "Conservatives have long pro- vided Richard Nixon with his most dependable said Phillips. "It is appropriate that we should now play a decisive part in requiring his departure from public life." He said "it is important for quate, but said there was a neediroad to "tighicn up on some of thej No charges were filed. Police and T the saicl fiser had just learned how to ride a bicycle and was unfamiliar with the handbrakes primary problem, he is the lack of staff. The said, "They're just he said. "They're running with their tongues out." Huston said there was a need conservatives at the grassroots] to realize that President Nixon is not in effective control of the government" and that the con- servative cause is not dependent or Nixon remaining in office. j Phillips said his views are shared by leading conservatives jfor getting patient histories, in and out of congress, butsome of lhe burclen although many are reluctant to speak out some home visits need a because of support for Nixon among their constituents. contacting patients who did not come to the center, visiting them in the home and keeping of which would re- quire more staff work and staff. He suggested volunteers might be employed to relieve Britain's Heath Powdered with Flour 'Bomb' LONDON (UPI) A 17-year- old girl hurled a bag of flour at Reinecke Hears trained social worker or nurse. Yet even with all these pre- cautions, "suicides are still Prior to the trial, Kurtenbach going to happen." he said. "You agreed to pay the portion of the will never get all of them." JS14.781 owed for hog futures. He! argued, however, that he had stopped orders on the purchase j of soybean futures and therefore Penalty Auq. j The trial was expected to end WASHINGTON (AP) at which! Britain's former prime min-ifornia Lt. Gov. Ed Judge Edward J. McManusi ister, Edward Heath, Tuesday (convicted of perjury last week, will set up a schedule for the1 and hit him squarely on thejwil, be sentenced Aug. 30 bv U.: submission of briefs by lawyers, j back of the neck, covering himi. _. _ i______________ with flour Is- Distrlct Harrington j YF4RS s h: Heath, unruffled, strode calm-jParker, the court docket showedJK r e a n Pres'ident ly into the Excelsior hotel said (nc armistice terms1 London airport_for a In Sacramento, Reinecke hailed the Korean war! party welcoming the British j he would voluntarily resign his j were void as soon as the Geneva! rugby football team from a He made the statement j conference came to an end with-! troversial playing tour in South his lawyers asked that his lout an agreement being j Africa. conviction be reversed. Breached. j It was just one of many: bombs for the for.iier prime' minister, who was dumped from power when his Conservative party lost heavily in the Febru- ary general elections. In 1970 a left-wing demon- strator spattered Heath with paint as he entered No. 10 Downing street to take office as prime minister. An English woman threw ink over him in Brussels as he prepared to sign Britain's ad- herence to the European Com- mon Market in 1972. The girl Tuesday was iden- tified as Sonia Haines, 17. sister of the organizer of an anti- apartheid protest outside Heathrow airport. Miss Haines and a young man were reported taken into custody. 30 YEARS AGO Germany introduced its Messerschmitt-163 rocket-propelled figh'er plane in an attempt to halt American bombers. OPEN SUNDAY Wipe out Crafagrass! Scotts CLOUT Makes crabgrass shrivel and begin to disappear within days. Also controls other graJses such as foxtail and barnyardgrass. sq. ft. Bag Refund See details in our store. "I've been doing my hading here for over 21 says one of our many satisfied customers. SONOROUS 1507 1st AVE. S.E. Make Lawn Weeds Fade Away! 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