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   Southern Illinoisan (Newspaper) - October 31, 1974, Carbondale, Illinois                                Volumt MNe 25415e t THURSDAY OCT replace pay hikes for US alloween listed calendar on 13 r man wins Udtil Pathholtf Fairview Heights AP Udell F Paetzhold of Ches ter won the bonanza drawing in the Illinois lottery today Ray C Bamborough of Rochelle won Paetzhold an accountant at Menard State Penitentiary gaid his wife Pauline did not accompany him to the drawing because she was too nervous Paetzhold was asked what he plans to do with the money Im going to have to fall back and regroup Im going to haveto make some plans This is all toonew Maybe Ill take a vacation and may be Ill pay Mrs vPaetzholdteachesat Chester High School A son Udell Paetzhold h accountant at Menard penitentiary Geoffrey teaches at Cham paign was in Belle ville to attendthe drawing got soexcited afterwinning that a lottery official said they mighihaye to give Paetz hold if tranquilizer fc his Oldest humoil remains discovered in Africa Addis Ababa Ethiopia AP We Were all grooving over finding a jawbone of an extinct hyena when Aleroayehu came running over a small hill so excited he practically couldnt talk He had found the palate end teeth of a human more than three million years old American anthropologistCarl Uohanson said it was themost thrilling moment of his life He said he recognized the fossil almost at once as the oldest human remains ever discovered pushing knowledge of the date of mans origins back by almost 15 imillion years Anthropologist Richard E Leakey said the find by Johanson and Taieb adds weight to theoriesthat man existed in Africa as long as five million years ago Leakey director ofKenyas national museums discovered a human skull about jnillioh years old Kenya two years ago The discovery wasmade on Oct 18 only five minutes from the tent camp Johanson and his French partner geolegist Taieb set up the week t Johanson 31 of Case Western Reserve Uni ver sity in Cleveland Ohio returned to the Wednesday for another six weeks of digging with Taieb 38 from the French National Scientific Research Center in Paris They have an Ethiopian assistant Aleniayehu Asfaw 26 They took their finds a complete upperhuman jaw with teeth half ahupper jaw with teethand halfalowerjaw with teeth f with themwrapped in cotton in a cigar box The bones were found in the Awash Valley of eastern region of 100degree section gives information on candidates The candidates their views their backgrounds and their are presented today in a special section on the Tuesday election The section cpmpiled by the Southern Dlinoisans staff be gins on Page 21 Everything youll need to know to vote ia indudedUw polling places the hours an explanation of how to cast votes on paper ballots and voting machines and most importantly what the candi dates say about themselves and the issues Youll want to save it for ready reference on election day plus temperatures and little rainfall Alemayehu one afternoon foundhalf an upperpalate with small teeth Johanson said in an interview He thought it was from a big baboon The next day he found another I recognized it almost im mediately as different from AustraloPimecus a near relative of man The tooth size suggests man was probably eating meat using tools and walking at ihe time Johnson Then Alemayehuran up to he had found a complete upper palate he said It was getting to be night time and we didnt want to leave it out over night In the setting sun we excavated it with a dental pnv be photographed it and took it back to camp We sat in camp and broke out the The bones will be taken to Cleveland in December for laboratory analysis and precise dating 1 Theywere found near the edge of an ancient dry lake about V50yards below a three minionyearold lava flow Monkey elephant and other animal fossils found at the same level are reliably dated at three to four million years old There can be no mistake Taieb said Buf TaWand Johanson ex pect controversy Some an thropologists still hold that man developed just a few hundred thousand years ago wife Pauline said Paetzhold called his wife soon after hewoo the money Mrs Paetzhold said Im inshock I dont know what to with the money well pay some bills and have some money left over She said I cant wait to get holii of him to make sure its true Paetzhold has lived in Ches ter most of his life Afriend or his atMenard said everybody at the center is just as happy forhim as we can be This weeks Lotto numbers are 13 03 22 33 and 40 Bonanza and Millionaire numbers drawn today are 050 435 and 954 Dynamite damages school Charleston WVa AP A blast rocked the Kanawha County Board of Education ol fices Wednesday night shortly after a board meeting on the countys volatile pro test Police at the scene saidit was apparently dynamite blast No injuries were reported and schoolofficials said there was no damage inside the building although some windows were blown out It appears that somebody tossed an explosive County School Supt Kenneth Un derwood said He said he had left the building just 30 minutes before the blast Wednesday night The explosion blew out win dows at a dozen neighboring homes and was audible for nearly two miles across the ci ty Since classes opened this fall the 44500pupil system has been immersed in a controversy brought on by pro tests from some ministers and parents about books adopted by the school board The protesters c ontend passages insome ofthebooks tend to undermine their own ef forts to teach their children morals patriotism and Chris tianity The school board isscheduled to meet Friday and make a decision on whether tokeep the books in the schools Washington StarNews And Associated Press Washington Government employes and the military may get part of future salary increases in special bonds rather than in cash under an antiinflation plan being consideredon Capitol Hill Rep David Henderson D who becomes chairman of the House Post Office and Civil Service Committee next year gays he is considering sponsor ing such a plan in the next session of Congress Henderson now is ranking majority member of the committee Such a system has been in ef fect in West Germany the last halfdozen years and is credited witto helping that country hold down inflation The program also is applied to German na tionals who work for me US government Underthe program federal workers and military personnel would get part of their pay raises in special bonds as long as inflation posed a serious threat to the nations economy Some of the increase would be permitted in cash for such things as home mortgage payments payment of childrens education expenses and home No prediction on Nixon health Long Beach Calif AP Richard M Nixons doctor sayi IMrtwrearlyto make a longrange prediction on the heattbrarf tie presi dent BritDr said Wednesday that Nixons vital signs have stabilized although he remains on the critical list remains on the critical tisf Nixon lapsed into vascular shock following urgent surgery for phlebitis TuesdayDoctors worked forthree hours to restore stable blood circula tion v Nixons former presidential news i secretary Ron fild L Ziegler told newsmen meanwhile that the 61yearold expresident came very close to death during postoperative Nixons doctors questions whether was danger during the period of postoperative shock and bleeding the membrane hisabdomen A hospital spokesman said that by keepingNjxonontjie critical the floe tor shll fears that Mr Nixon may have Lungren Nixons doctor for 22 years said through a hospital spokesman that Nixons internal bleeding had beenarrestedand that he was receiving medica tion for ipain and occasional nausea President Ford is campaign ing in nearby Los Angeles today but a White House spokesman said Ford had no plans to visit Nixon The spokesman said Ford was watching Nixons condition closely however Nixons wife Pat and daughters Julie Nixon Eisenhower and Tricia Nixon Cox maintained a vigil Mrs Nixon remained by her husbands bed and the daughters were busy answering telephone calls offering best wishes and opening gel well cards improvements The special government bonds would pay interest and they would be redeemable at several years intervals or perhaps longer depending on the infla tionary situation Henderson made it clear he has not yet decided on such a system but he feels it could be an effective way of fighting in flation Federal and military annual pay raises are in excess of billion a year Henderson was reveal ing this plan for fighting infla tion admunistration members Albert Rees and Earl Bute opened a government conference on food marketing with hopes of holding down American grocery costs We must start saying what each of us is prepared to do to help lower costs increase pro ductivity and get inflation under control said Rees head of the Council on Wage and Price Stability in the keynote ad dress We must reexamine the way we do things and not continue to do them in me same old way but begin to do them the way that will get the most food to Hie most Hungry people in the least time Agriculture Secretary Butz preceded Rees at the conference podium saying There is nothing wrong with the profit system It works But we want competition to work too The sesion is sponsored by the council and the Agriculture Department but most of me participants are from private industry One suggestion Rees had in the way of specific solutions was to cut back sharply on the use of fertilizer on lawns and golf courses to permit more fertilizer to be used on farms and vegetable gardens The United States uses more fertilizer on lawns than India uses on all of its crops he said experts had told him Wednesday Rees revealed that the government plans to examine pricing practices of food stores in an attempt to curb the rapidly rising costs to con sumers He said the agency wants to discourage food stores from marking up the price of items already on the shelves Public hearings on the prac tice will be held sometime next month as part of an investiga tion into profits and markups for food middlemen The hearings are the councils ultimate weapon againstinflation since it has no enforcement powers Some food chains already have announced that once they mark the price of an item they will not stampon a new higher price We want togefthem to say why ttieyve announced their policy and find out why some of the other chains have not an nounced such a Rees said Wednesday Consumers dont mind paying higherprices for things if they think theyre justified by higher costs he said But when they see a can of beans that has been marked 27 cents and thats crossed out arid its marked 35 cents they feel that extra 8 cents is some sort of an unjustified you could almost call it price gouging Reessaid The council created in August was President Fords first request of Congress when he took office and declared in flation to be Public Enemy No 1 Meanwhile Ford met with a group of livestock and poultry growers and listened to their recommendations for a variety of solutions to their economic problems Now sewers networking By Noreen Marcus Of The Southern Illinoisan For a week now David and sandy Martin have been drinking water brought to their trailer by close friends The Martins are residents of the University Estates Mo bile Home Park near Cam bria where water service was cut off last week because of unpaid bills A dozen families have been bringing bottled water to their mobile homes to bathein and drink They received another set back Wednesday when t h e power to operate a sewage system pumping station was shut off by the Central Illinois Public Service Co for non payment of two bills That means the trailercourt resi dents no longer have sewage disposal service The tenants are involved in a legal problem apparently not of their own making They pay per month to park owners who in turn are res ponsible for water and sew age under terms of their state license However the park is unli censed because a fee due in May has not been paid The owners are Larry Mack of Marion attorneys Paul Ross and Frank Martoccio of Chicago and another unnamed Chicagoan according to Cliff Ripley of the Illinois Depart ment of Public Health in This could have been a nice place laments Mrs Martin The parks good for location A storage shed comes with the lot Its a big lot and they let you have pets She strokes a Siamese kitten in her lap The two bedroom trailer is woodpanel ed and middle class in its luxuries even plowedout a field so we could all have gardens They are James COLDER cloudy showers and thunderstorms likely low in lower 60sFriday partly clou dy cooler high 67 to 73 INDSX Classified Cemies TV Bridge Crossword 39 Editorials Records Sports ISO Weather details map 1 New setback for trailer court residents and Judy Van Herzeele for mer fulltime managers of the park But the necessary services have fallen away at the trailer park and the young Martins will join seven other families who have moved away since the trouble began Jeffrey Cross health pro gram administrator in Spring field said his department has been investigating University Estates for six months He said his office tried to deal withformer licensee Mack who disclaimed any interest in the operation This was denied by the other owners who said Mack was still very much involv ed Cross said Cross said he has advised tenants to hire an attorney in order to protect their rights Mack Ross and Martoccio could not be reached for com ment Health department officials say there is no direct action they can take to restore ser vices to the dozen tenants left in the park An unpaid bill of about caused the Cambria Water Board to shut off the water Oct 24 According to Robert Wheat ley acting chief of the division of general sanitation in Spr ingfield his department has exhausted its means of deal ing with he situation We dont have the author ity to override the power of utility companies he said He said the matter has been referred to Attorney General William Scotts office A spokesman said the office is investigating He said the owners could be subject to prosecution for a misdemean or if it seems there was a deliberate attempt made not to pay thebills The spokesman said part owner Paul Ross has indicated he will apply for a license immediately Should the own ers obtain a license they will be held responsible for pro viding water and sewage faci lities nothing we can do about the water We may have to just close the park down the spokesman said Adi Elders brings in bottledwoterat MrmobHr   

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