Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 4, 1974, Page 3

Cedar Rapids Gazette

October 04, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa fiim-tU-: I'rida.v. Odiitu-r 4, 11171 Boston Whites In Anti-Busing March BOSTON (At1) I'olicc but would bo kept awayi limatod Ihnl -UIOI) whites parlic-'from sclmols. ipaled in an anti-busing A demonstration spokesman through South Boston Friday asjsaid Ihe protest was organized schools opened with low a Denver-based organization dance nnd scallered violence. called Citizens' Assn. for Magistrate Court Mem Fined for Indecent Behavior 1-380 Legal Fight Planned !By Hiawatha Enrollment at Kirkwood Hits Up 58 i Iliawalha Cilv Altv. Kirkwood I'omimmily college -innounced fall term enrollment Clintoniuf -j Campaign Trail Man Held for Third Offense Drunk Driving Iliirrv A. Si'hminkov, '15, sw Tlu, Kirkwood registrar's of- [definitely p.ans some sort Silid Hils Ocmon- in jnagis decent behavior and fined and costs. He was charged in connection with an incident Aug. 23. The marchers sang "God l> r h o o d Schools. Bless America" and carried.strations were- planned in at signs with such slogans eight cities, including "Whites have rights" as and San Francisco, the walked with a police escort.spokesman said. Marching with Ihem were sev-j Louise Way Hicks, a city oral state legislators, school councilor and a leader in the committcemen and cilv cmmcil-'anli-busing movement, said shej [expected Ihe entire cilv council, A ol resisting execu-j [don of process against 806 Third street SE, Court Dismisses Resisting Charge action designed to consirudion of interstate Plea Bargain Last Resort ,1. Kopeeky. Demo slopjby flu students from the candidate for l.iim county I term of when imenls in remarks prepared for avenue, delivery at an agricultural chargfd wil issues conference Friday drivinc ing at Kirkwood Coiiiiiiunity col- of Marion, lias iliird-ol'IVnsi- 'Iwas The enrollment in a campaign, through Hiawatha, "and it w be done in the near future." Thursday night the new record high for (hi-1favored it and will noffavor it. council authorized and college. Kirkwood -Mover lo seek whatever established record enroll- remedies there may he each fall since the "take Mich legal action as mayjioge opened in IfKiti with students. speech Thursday he does anli-inflalion ;favor plea bargaining, has a Tile comment was made at a Mr. was arrested by a slate favors a more trooper on highway 1.1 soulh of program highway 151 east of Marion afternoon. lie alleged- be desired" to slop the projec The Iowa highway commis ision has concluded Ihat an vocational Of the 2.07-1 white students as-, to Join Hie march. signed to Roxbury and South Boston high schools. 23 showed up for class. Local leaders called for the march and boycott as part of what Ihcy said would be a mi- lional day of anti-busing demon- strations. Pupil .Slabbed Two Men Held In Separate j Breakin Cases Steven Muggins. 18. of 710 Third avenue SW. Thursday was j charged with a breakin at the Near Roslindale high school, i Steven Johnson residence, 1703 authorities said, a white pupili15 avenue NE. early Thursday. ______ _________ ______ o_ was confronted by 15 blacks andj Johnson told police he wasjwnen ordered to do so on July jdismissed Wednesday in magis- trate's court when the court sus- tained a demurrer. The demurrer said the facts did not constitute a crime and the information contained mat- ter, if true, that would consti- tute legal defense to prosecution of the defendant. She was charged with failing lo leave the First avenue bridge slabbed in the arm. Police the of two ed the 15-year-old as saying of which he reeog- blacks told him. "What are as Muggins', an acquaint- iance. Johnson hid in the room, going to school for? There is boycott on." He received stitches for the wound, which was described as superficial. Attendance was off sharply at many high schools in white neighborhoods some of them untouched so far by a federal court order to integrate schools with crosstown busing. At English high in the Back Bay section, for example, buses arrived virtually empty from West Roxbury. a middle-income white neighborhood. Awav from Schools officers said. The men allegedly broke into Johnson's home but did not take anything. Johnson reported the men ap- parently were unaware of his presence in the bedroom. Muggins was taken lo the county jail on bond. The other man has not arrested. 20. Culver: Doctor Lack Critical Problem WASHINGTON (LTD Rep. John Culver (D-Iowa) told a house agriculture subcommittee Friday that a shortage of doctors and nurses is the most critical problem facing rural areas in Iowa and the nation. Culver said that six urban Ernest G. Deason, 30, who list- ed an address in the 1200 block of Sixteenth avenue SW, Thurs- was charged with a breakin I at his former wife's residence. Police Comminsioncr -Police arrested Deason in con- DiGrazia said the marchers Inaction with a breakin reported jcounties in Ihe slate have al- most half the state's doctors. making it difficult for the rural elderly lo (ravel the distances required to receive medical care. The U. S. senate candidate added ihat doctors in rural counties are aging. and routing following the tracks through Hia- watha would be the best Corri- dor. The Linn County Regional Planning commission has con- curred. The Hiawatha council favors a southern and westerly by-pass of the town. However, such a proposal has drawn objections from residents of North Twin Pines. The council Thursday night also received ;i letter from a citizen's group headed by Marsh Goldic saying it has also hired an attorney to fight location of tlie 1-380 through the town. The motion to fight the inter- stale routing in the courts was made by Councilman Jack Wyrick and received unanimous support. The council resolution noted that it believes its opposition is based on sound engineering as well as ecological and environ- mental considerations. In addition, the council said it believes it is acting in the best interests of the people and "reflects the opinions and de- sires of a majority" of the residents. A trend toward part-time en- rollment at Kirkwood continued !his fall. The number of part- iime students, or those taking :ess than 12 credit hours, is an increase of about 100 over last year. Fire Damages would be allowed to march by Elsie Deason, 503 Cimany are at or past retirement length of Broadway, the Nw- in which a camera.iage. tape deck, an electric razor; "II is vitally important to car land a pillow were taken. doctors lo take their (ached items were valued al C. R. Residence A fire street in the South Boston sec-; "Estobllshcd Gaietle Co. ond oubllsned riollv ond Sunday al 500 Third awe. SE. Cedar Rapids, lowo S2J06. RaDlds, Iowa. Subscription bv carrier 95 cents a week. Bv mall: Nlgnl Edition and Sunday 6'Issues 13.75 a month, S39.00 o year: Af- ternoon Edlllons ond Sunday 7 Issues J3.HS a month, SJO.OO o year, other states and U.S. tcrr Subscription: The A-.soclated press Is entitled exclusively to the use tor republlrotlon of oil the local news prlnled In tnls news- DOOCT as well as all AP news dispatches. j Culver said. .Deason was taken lo thcj Cuivcr he and Sen. Dick Clark (D-Iowal have developed educational grant inducements for two-year service commit- ments by young doctors in med- county jail in lieu of bond. Burger Therapy WH.LIAMSBURG. Va. (API Chief Justice Burger is re-jicaily under-served areas. cciving daily therapy at Wil- liams-burg Community hospital for injuries he received when iiis bicycle was struck last month by a drag racing aulo. Clark and Culver have also urged development of parame- dical resources and of mobile clinics lo serve rural Thursday parked garage at in a 1974 in an at- the Harry Christie residence, 112 Twenty- avenue SW. caused dam- coffee al Ihe residence of and Mrs. John Lulkenhaus, Fourteenth avenue SE. in iu-ir spouse to a report in The larmlng ______ this fall s enrollment includes zettu Ko-' id ilt a Urges Reform; policy in inflationary sectors of the economy, but loosens up the money supply in basic and non-inflationary sectors, such as housing, small businesses had been driving erratically. He was being held in the Linn county jail Friday pending arraignment. Opposes Gas Tax Not included in the enrollment totals are persons enrolled in He said Thursday: "It is nec- essary to consider all altorna- j lives when dealing with har- community education classes or adult high school wju (Q bar_ uuged congresi ies. Also excluded from total are 28C high school stu- dents enrolled in vocational pre- career training at centers in Cedar Rapids. Monticello and Washington. The pre-career pro- ;ram. called KEY, is new this Boy, 14, Charged With Home Breakin A 14-year-old boy Thursday was charged with a breakin at the Ralph Ingles residence. 1143 gaining lo put them behind pris- on walls. IOWA CITY district GOP congressional can- Leach Thursday its: "This when a guilty there may arise is obviously situation defendant a serious crime, but insufficient proof to I convict before a trial jury, will use whatever resources are available lo the county attorney within the guidelines of our Con- stitution and our laws to see that that defendant is taken off of our streets so that he .cannot harm other innocent people. "However, I do not favor plea bargaining and would not use it except as a last resort." Blouin Hits Support Loan Interest Hikes Twenty-first .street SE. in which i Slale Senator Michael Blouin, a color television set, an adding Democratic candidate for Iowa's Second dis- a pair of binocu- ,congrcss n. Itnct. Friday criticized this is not to turn back on committee reform. In addition. Leach said at a campaign appearance here he opposes a proposed hike in Ihe federal gasoline tax. Leach urged support of the President Avoids Ericson Controversy WASHINGTON (DPI) 1'res- First i idcnt Ford T h u r s d a y pro- Oct. Leif Ericson day but steered clear of Ihe contro- vcrt'ial quesMon of who discov- ered America first. The proclamation authorized "appropriate exorcises and cere- monies throughout Ihe land" next Wednesday. Boiling committee report roc- j i.ooo years ago Leif Dinmending changes in the "small crew of tire committee structure of the house and eliminating two com- mittees. On the gas tax hike. Leach said the average worker would be hit hardest by an increase in the gas tax and would be "dis- criminating'' against the average wage earner. Injured Hitchhiker Flees Crash Scene Ncrsc explorers embarked upon a courageous voyage through unknown seas that led them In the bountiful shores of the New Ford said. lie made no reference to Columbus' voyage in 1492. President Proclaims News Carrier Day WASHINGTON lAP) Oc- An unidentified h i t c hhiker.ilabor 12 has been proclaimed who was a passenger in a Newspaper Carrier day- involved in a collision Thursday. by President Ford. He designa- ran from the scene despite suf-itcd it to honpr "Ihe hard-work- machine and lars were taken. !lllcl' "laay criticized this fermg a head laceration. i ing young people who carry the The items valued at s hlke ln interest rates oni The hitchhiker was a passen- news of the world to our 'door- recovered a short time after lomls. UCr in a car driven by Sieve He oaid they represent breakin was discovered at He said the increase. 18. of 818 Third street jthe finest spirit of America, p.m. Thursday by a neighbor.jnounccd Thursday, is evidence NW. by Hepperlei Police found jully near a the items in the government's insensi- The car driven wooded area lo farm problems and ilsihit the rear of a car driven bv McCarthy road SE. [unwillingness to adopt policies Glenn A. Williams. 43, of 3703 The youth was arrested alteriWhich adequately deal with the Twelfth avenue SW. at p.m. a neighbor spoiled him carrying j current economic situation." (Thursday at the intersection of the television set near the gul- Senator Blouin said govern- [First avenue and Firsl street W. ment officials "not only ignore! Police charged Hepperle with age also to the breczewayj Police charged the youth andjfhe fact that higher interest [failure to stop in assured clear kilchen and living room. i released him lo his parents. Firemen were called to Ihe residence al p.m. and dis-! covered upon arrival that the! fire had spred lo the adjoin- ing parts of Ihe-house. The fire also caused smoke Indian Experts Killed BRASILIA (LTD The damage throughout the entire Klructure. liSL irales on commodity loans tight-ld'slance ahead. the financial pinch farmers' i ,already feel, but they also fail Philippine-China Tics j na-jto recognize ihat higher interest MANILA. Philippines (API tional Indian foundation Thurs-irales in vital non-inflationaryiPrcsident Maroos said Friday day reported that a group of ilsjareas such as farming contrib-JFilipino and Chinese diplomats Indian experls had been 'killed ute lo the possibility of a seriousVill meet in Peking near Ihe by Waimiri-Atroari tribesmen in line slate of Amazonas. end of the month to begin talks Senator Blouin made the full diplomatic relations. Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers Ambulance..........366-7654 F.B.I Fire .................398-5343 Highway Palrol.....364-5171 After Hours ......363-5629 Police ...............398-5353 Sheriff 398-3521 Medical Society ....365-2527 (If you havo no phyiician) Foundation II .......362-2174 (Crim holp, 1 p.m.-midnight) Information, Referral 398-3955 (To loam who con help) (Clip and your billbld) Presented By Noted Preacher of Bible Prophecy Topics For This Week- Saturday, October 5 P.M. Last Battle" Wednesday, October 9 P.M. It A Real Sunday, October 6 P.M. "Humanity's Last Hope" Friday, October 11 P.M. "The 3 Mystery Angels of Revelation 14" Tuesday, October 8 P.M. "Who Is Tha No Meetings Mon. Oct. 7 Thurs. Oct. 10 Program Begins P.M. Each Evening Starting Saturday, October 5th. Music Programs Illustrated With Slides For Free Transportation Call 393-6766 or 366-3800 Nursery Provided for the ToddSers 2nd Ave. 11 Cedar Rapids, Iowa ;