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Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier (Newspaper) - July 22, 2004, Waterloo, Iowa HEALTH Studies show exercise eases depression CHAMELEON Teens find summer employment despite statistics Ballad of beats Assorted instrument part of music traditions WATERLOO CEDAR FALLS THURSDAY JULY 22 2004 Summer school Creative classes for Talent Search students NEWSSTAND PRICE 500 1 calls for broad intelligence overhaul To read the report A free of the report by the Commission is available online at commission gov You can hot link to the report the er's Web site at www com Click on the Report button As the long-awaited report is given to Congress today it will also go on sale at bookstores all across the country The in book form of the report Norton to secretly print air ship to bookstores In all more copies of the report are as high as have been The report will sell for in most stores though the price already has been lowered to ori Amazon com The Government Printing Office expects to have its version available in days THE COMMISSION REPORT Commission issues its report after investigation into deadly terrorist attacks WASHINGTON AP The Sept 11 final report ed the creation of a new intelligence center and high-level intelligence tor to improve the nation's ability to dis- rupt future terrorist attacks The panel also determined the most important failure leading to the Sept 11 attacks was one of imagination We do not believe leaders understood the gravity of the threat The highly anticipated report said an center would bring a unified command to the more than dozen agencies that now col- lect intelligence overseas and at home Overseeing the center would be a new national intelligence director reporting directly to the dent who DAN Photo Editor Joe Taulane to face with a young deer through the door of Airgas Inc in Waterloo Wednesday morning after the deer into the downtown area Wait for rfent aid stretches to years By TIM JAMISON Courier Staff Writer Single parents Mentally disabled dents Large families with parents ing at jobs The waiting list for the federal Section 8 rental assistance program run by the Waterloo Housing Authority is bursting at the seams with these hopeful tenants But it will be years before most will see even a shard of hope to get help paying We're three years out waiting said WHA director Washington We're just compiling and compiling and compiling People are coming in to apply every Thursday and The chances of you getting this are as good as your chances of going to the moon Eric Gunderson Waterloo councilman we're not doing anything with it But while Washington and her staff want to stop taking applications and adding more names to their Section 8 waiting list similar to action taken recently by the regional housing board and neighboring Cedar Falls members of the WHA board are tant to shut down the process The board which includes the Waterloo City Council and two public housing tenants voted Tuesday to delay action on closing the waiting list until September and asked the WHA staff to review the current list for applicants who may no longer qualify for the assistance Just telling people there's no more room it just doesn't seem said Councilman Ron Welper It's the ple of the whole thing Councilman Eric Gunderson said he'd taking applications while telling prospective Section 8 See SECTION 8 page would be able to influence the budget and leadership of the CIA FBI Homeland Security Department and Defense Department Commission Chairman Tom Kean the former Republican governor of New Jersey said the attacks were a shock but should not have come as a surprise By September 2001 the executive branch of the U.S government the Congress the news media and the American public had received warning that Islamist terrorists meant to kill Americans in high Commission vice chairman Lee Hamilton said after the Sept 11 attacks the government's efforts rightly included military action to topple the Taliban and pursue But long-term success demands the use of all elements of national diplomacy intelligence covert action law enforcement economic policy for- eign aid public diplomacy and land said Hamilton a former Democratic congressman from Indiana If we favor one tool while neglecting others we leave ourselves vulnerable The report is the culmination of a investigation into the plot that killed nearly people in New York Washington and Pennsylvania describes the meticulous planning and determination of hijackers who sought to exploit weaknesses in airline and der procedures by taking test flights A surveillance video that surfaced Wednesday shows four of the hijackers passing through security gates at Washington Dulles International Airport shortly before boarding the plane they would crash into the Pentagon hi the video the hijackers can be seen undergoing additional scrutiny after setting off metal detectors then being permitted to continue to their gate See REPORT page Murder filed in Anton Hunt wanted in Robert Vincent Robinson's slaying at Uptown Lounge By JEFF Courier Staff Writer WATERLOO Waterloo Police have released the name of the man they say shot and killed Robert Vincent Robinson outside the Uptown Lounge And their suspect Anton Hunt has allegedly been at both ends of gun violence this year Police announced this morning they have a murder charge ing for Hunt who hasn't been caught They are seeking the public's help in finding him If anyone knows the whereabouts of Mr Hunt we'd appreciate a phone said Capt Bruce Arends He said there have been sightings of Hunt reported in different parts of the country since the shooting Bond on the murder charge is lion police said The court has set more than in other bonds against Hunt for failing to appear for court dates in unrelated cases Investigators said Robinson and his assailant were inside the Uptown Lounge about two blocks from the police department on Mulberry Street before the shooting At some point there was a disturbance Inside the nightclub but officers won't say if the two were involved As patrons were clearing out at closing time Robinson was gunned down in the parking lot police said The attacker fled the scene Hunt's name has come up in other recent episodes of gunfire around Waterloo according to police records He allegedly fired a number of shots at a passing car in the area of East Fourth and Sumner streets May 4 A crowd of other pedestrians were in the line of fire but no injuries were ed records state Police said they found five shell casings in the area and Hunt was arrested later that week for tion and carrying weapons He posted bond and was released from jail Then on the morning June 3 one shot a window out of a car parked at 430 Reed St Hunt was inside the house as was the car's owner Denise Bolden and a child Other bullet holes were discovered in the car No one has been arrested in that dent Hunt also has a pending marijuana charge stemming from an October 2002 incident His drug trial was scheduled to begin June 8 two days after the Uptown Lounge shooting but he never showed up at the courthouse A judge issued a failure to warrant for his arrest In the drug case which happened less than a before Hunt turned 18 a patrol officer witnessed him drop something near a tree on Manson Street in an area known for narcotics sales records state The officer found a bag containing seven smaller bags of marijuana Hunt was arrested and police found in his front pocket A neighbor told police he had been watching Hunt sell drugs most of the afternoon Hunt missed a court date for his intimidation and weapons charges July 12 A warrant with a bond in that case Hunt is described as a black male 19 years old He is 5 feet 11 inches and 170 pounds Movie crew coming to Waterloo Iowa actors needed to star in film By MARY PIEPER Courier Lee News Service W A t ER1 0 0 Producers of an independent film to be partially shot near Waterloo have put out a statewide ing call The film titled The will have seven male and seven female ing roles and nine supporting parts Filmmakers want to use actors from Iowa and South Dakota where the rest of the shooting David Livingstone director will take place to fill all those roles Usually when a movie is being shot in the Midwest Local actors often get To audition for film To audition for Trie send your tape The Movie Screen Test Box 155 Point SD 57025 Tapes must be submitted by Sept 15 Production of the movie begins Nov 1 and is expected to last three months Any questions should be to their hopes up for what amounts to a cameo appearance or extra work ther of which gives them a real to shine or to advance their said David Livingston Movie is the tion Iowa shooting will take place near Waterloo and Fort Dodge See MOVIE page Driver's license station to close Mondays License station at courthouse closing permanently July 30 By PAT Assistant City Editor W ATE R L 0 0 The Iowa Department of ation driver's license station at Crossroads Center will be closed Mondays beginning Aug 2 and the tion at the Black Hawk County Treasurer's Office at the courthouse will close at the end of business July 30 The Crossroads station will remain open Tuesdays through Saturdays weekly beginning Aug 3 at the same hours said Karmella Heuer office supervisor It is one of 18 driver's license in larger cities around the state Eight of them ing Waterloo are closing Mondays It gives us more staff during the open hours and more opportunity to do driving tests help Heuer said Mostly this allows us more staffing Now we have people spread out Monday through Saturday Other counties around the state with smaller driver's license stations at their courthouses including counties such as Bremer Buchanan and Butler will still be open Mondays Heuer said Crossroads station operating hours will remain to 6 p.m Tuesday to 5 p.m Wednesday through Friday and 8 to 1 p.m Saturday Motor vehicle registrations through the Black Hawk County Treasurer's Office still will be available at the Crossroads site Tuesday through Saturday and county clerk of court services such as accepting payment for traffic fines will continue to be able at Crossroads Tuesday through Friday in addition to those respective offices hours at the courthouse New driver's license station hours Effective next Des Tuesday 8 to 6 p.m Wednesday through Friday 8 to 5 p.m Saturday 8 to 1 p.m Ames Cedar Rapids Council Bluffs Davenport Iowa City Sioux City Tuesday to 6 p.m Wednesday through Friday to 5 p.m Saturday 8 to 1 p.m The remaining Department of Transportation stations in Burlington Carroll Clinton Dubuque Fort Dodge Marshalltown Mason City Muscatine Ottumwa and Spencer will maintain their current Saturday schedules FRIDAY IN THE COURIER The work behind staging the Cedar Falls Bible Conference Ask Amy C7 Cipher D7 Horoscopes D6 Metro Sports C1 D6 Classified Iowa A3 A2 Theaters B4 5 Comics C8 Lotteries A2 A8 TV C12 Call the Courier A5 Crossword D7 Markets Opinion A4 Weather 6 18134 05550 8
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