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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                1'1'P Odar Rapids Tluirs.. Sept. 12, 1974 The Girls 9-12 W4 "Is there any kind at all I can wear to a luncheon and not be sorry by the time I get to the baked Homes ID Stickers Are Avoided by Burglars Hearing Delayed For Youth Held On Murder Count A hearing on whether Steven Free Four Evel Waves Fake Check, Still Prospers North Americans !S'KW YoliK (AP) out! million and one member that million check one-half million persons HOUSTON Four should be tried Americans held Ewl Kllimi' watched him fall into the can- year anyway from iwoplc-'vi'l's share of the gross will bo using my name for he says. promo-: about million. If that figure holds, then Knic- an adult on a murder in las been delayed until certain; J the documents arrive from March hitve bccn "''Well, it was a fake, 'or consideration by the judge, leased, a spokesman for Ten-i 111 at an average cost of a Arum's latest estimate of net earnings woum come before his rocket jn circuit thealcrsjinillion is million lower between to 3.5 million after L' .Snake river the counlrv. (.ialeihe had predicted only days be-jthi: Ml to 110 percent taxes he ex- The promoters only The hearing was "lc- reports, or Wednesday before District j The four include three Ten- Vssociate Judge John Sieben-jncco employes and a U.K. geol- of the publicity that both Knie- nann, but was continued toilet iwait arrival of the documents. The 16-vear-old Cedar Rapids is one of three persons ac-1'0 dlscuss Knievel a advance. The check was pure rubber part of the publicity that both Knie- vel and the promoters dreamed up. There's another thing that is -v i ,51111 floating around in their used in the shooting death ofitjlal a ransom had been paid tOjminds: lhe Of 1-year-old John Beving at the gain release of the men. ughoi I receipts at the canyon gave! came to about A Tenneco spokesman refused 'ictim's residence treet SE Sept. 1. at 919 Sixth There had been reports that money the whole extravaganza earned. the Eritrean Washington is being held injwhich seeks Liberation Front, independence for! Finn Figures Various Expenses Robert Arum, the New pro_____ itself fore the jump, however, and peels to pay, plus the million even the revised figure may has already laid out for Hie on the high side. launching ramp, three ".Sky- After promotional fees leasing the canyon and York he county jail pending a northern Ethiopian province hould be transferred from ju- The enile court. million in ransom. {jrm fjgurcs_ ,hat js T, The Tenneco spokesman is that Knievel probably The other two suspects, four men released are alllearned a lot of money mil- onnson 16 and Eddie; White, reported to be unharmed. bv his account but no- 3, both of Cedar_Rapids, arejare Powers Cayce, 36, of Plain-ibodv eld in the county jail in lieu o bond, pending prelimi ary hearings. The number of Cedar taken in a displaying the window jv residences and businesses pro- slnce 1R. Woman Named to Iowa Advisory Unit Alice Schwiebert, 150 Thomp- on drive SE, has been elected ice-chairman of the state advi- jsory council to the Iowa com- jmission on the aging, breakinj George Marsh of Sioux Cit> tecting movable property with an mark is now over according to Capt. ivas elected council chairman stickers indicating the Agatha Funke of Greelej within have been marked with j was named secretary. either the name of the resident or a social security number. James Barnes of the police de- The program was started in partment's crime prevention bureau. .Barnes said none of the homes and businesses has had! March, 1972. Residents may borrow The council consists of 32 members representing 16 area units ill Iowa. All members are I over 60 years of age. The coun advises the state commission Reinecke Heads Coe Alumni Giving Project Warren Reinecke, who joined the Coe college staff last month as director of annual giving, will assume the joint position of director of alumni relations and annual giving effective Thurs- day, according to Jack Laugen, vice-president for deevlopment at Coe. j Reinecke replaces Robert Greene, who had served director of alumni affairs at Coe since 1971. Mr. Greene has joined the staff of MorAmerica Financial Corporation in Cedar Rapids. marker is returned, tnu i evident nnlinip? anr policies ana programs for the elderly, and is given stickers to display as a assjsts in drawing agendas for deterrent to burglars. In Cedar Rapids there are an estimated households and businessess which could utilize the program, Barnes said. Two the state commission meetings. Miss Schwiebert and Perrj Hummel of Vinton were recent- ly elected by the Area Ten agency on the aging advisory Graa'uafes public schools that as representatives to the ticipate in the project have been [state council, burglarized, but the missing items were recovered and re- turned to the schools, Barnes added. The use of the marking tool to identify movable personal property discourages burglary and also aids the return of lost or stolen items, he said. Friday To Be T Guest Day James W. Wheeler, 3859 Lost Workshops Set On Job Seeking Regional workshops on job seeking skills training have been scheduled by the Iowa de- partment of public instruction, through its special needs section and rehabilitation education and services branch. Activities will include viewing persons under actual interview- Friday will be "Guest day" atjing .conditions, discussing retar- Ihe Central branch VMCA, dales' responses under imer- Larry Lulz, program director, [viewing, techniques for stimu- said Thursday. Hating positive self-concepts and A free fun swim will be held lability to identify skills, and Valley road has received am job-seeking skills pro- doctorate degree in gymnasium and lobby gamejgrams. chemistry from the University roomwill be open from to Thirt ns m b d u. of Illinois, Urbana. ticipate in the extra activities Ottumwa, Sept. 24-25; Daven- and to bring along a guest with- port, Sept. 26-27; Waterloo, Oct. out Lutz said. Cedar Rapids, Oct. 30-31, the jand Marshalltown, Nov. 13-14. Faisal Delay BEIRUT (AP) King Faisal of Saudi Arabia has decided not to visit the U. S. until there is a "just settlement" of the Arab- Israeli conflict, a newspaper re- ported Thursday. a.m. "Members are invited to par- ted to each session. The workshops scheduled are Cedar Rapids public elementary view, Texas; Motta Tavela. 52. a U.N. technician from Califor- nia; (on, Ont.; and James William Rogers of Greenwich, Conn. The Canadian foreign min-1 istry were to have been taken toj Khartoum, Sudan, for a direct j But if current estimates work lout, Knievel's rocky quarter- Clifford James of Walker-imile ride earned per foot before taxes and ex- penses, that is. Reached at his home in Butte. announced that the Knievel says he believes iTanaka Starts Western Swing TOKYO (AP) Prime Min- ister Tanaka left Thursday for WASHINGTON (AP) A So-ja two-week swing through the flight back to Houston. The four men were captured while prospecting for oil. Soviets Watched lawyer who heads Top Hank, Inc., the promoter of the motor- cycle jump, has guaranteed Knievel the larger of either million in cash or 60 percent ofj all receipts, including the the-j ater gate, promotional sales andj other income, minus various un- specified promotional expenses to be paid to Top Rank, leleasedj jn Before Knievel's "Sky-cycle" tumbled 700 feet into the canyon, he had been displaying the million check, fering, for instance, to pay for a round of drinks with it. That was a promotional gimmick, it was later revealed. The check was a fake. On Wednesday, Arum rei- terated his earlier estimate that theater receipts would total about S15 million, with promo- tional sales and other monies bringing total revenues to some S21 million. 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