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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Thf Cfdar Rapids Gazette: Toes., AUK. 6, U71 5 is Views May Draw Mixed Reaction H> (iordon Hanson M1T( IIKI.1.V1I.I.I-: Worn en an' going In like and rloiosi what Sam lir'dman has In lii'dmail his world and Iliat of nlhcrs _. aiUl! (hat's ,illr-ii In mnsi Itcilliian 1'V. is a pi Hale dc'ecluc one nf few fll'l'llllc III', in i-entral Iowa H> measure. Hcil- 1- [It! t'lei'-W heeling Mull inv t'annnn in- Knjar- He's an unpreieniioiis "i-fnoi-s ami ll'i iiiiunds ainl ilivsseil. he Inaks like I'al bonne's cousin Ills cases lakr' him ar-ross Inwa from his win-re he IIM-S wilh ins wile anil two daii.-.h If'X in raoe Us anil uiif; an- part nf his fare He's heen a bnd> kissed dumbfounded man .Max Not Like II Kr-dman has been lined w r.es nr liuslianris w hu fr r! then mall's are unfaithful anil want proof for diMiree mint Kedmat; .trr Tin nn maie ehaimnis! 1 ile a Sol nf lor I. Jiiil 'ii. ll. ll'i i- lln-ie IlKlt Women ;vt eipial Ireal- lie-Ht in dl'.oree i asr-s They not like lhal hr- Supporting Hedman s ..n lenlinn. ilie Inwa supreme ccurt llns summer tinnh tin- li-w tiial wmi! I'll should he prelereli'i- III r-hlld "III l-rllld ileerease when women tliev'll be Ireiite'l as equals "f Mien r-hildren home and pas-menis tilrm lo Women most that the ai-cuvilinns Ihi1 unman marie (hi1 man proved untrue lie smesimatc-ad a eharne in Kasii-rn lima where ami erlueimmi simitar tn unman N "I as an -U ral l.anks unes had fur the awarded the rhildren !he enuri. she aKn lln- iinii-.. ;1M'I pawm-nt- I'.ii! i! "'''s 'be children in She Didn't Show had an is pin I S'-M-III', [ii-n-elll are v.lin need Ins in-, lees i'nr their ellenls iil) pereen! are priv ate m- rlividuals or hiisines.M- "Prohaldv- Ihe most serious ermie HI loua. lleM In 111111'- rier, is rape I'M- worked on a cases and found in jiayilf I Shi- Inld Die mall slle diop lii'- case for A (i hail tin- Inn bill sin- ilnln'i sh.iv. -kipped town 1 n a i asi- man s hi In h.-l equal rlidll'. I'-mair- At all exi-ep! one oank I was Inld I would receiM- c tiisidr-raiih more money 'u -'ait out with than she had witii t-xiierience Business licnts i- a in th n, I Ins woiii.in was hn-fl a iiailk because she pri'L' nanl." Kedmaii --.as s So he armed Inmsell wilii credi'iitials Unit would him a lianknej background Nl.iin nl id-diiian an- HI- --ax ni Mime wanl mi- l'i l mi of ail in -I-- whal lie s doniL' on etimpaiH lime "I! Ihe i-mpInM' lias a exjiense accounl, In know -Aha! in- is dnini.; wild oninpair. money Herlmail, who was r'il from Drake I'niscrsity with a det're" in science anrl history, lie's also h'-eii called upon to probe the I .TOO.' oi' 'which in 'DC a oi i; lield Legislation Seeded i> ni-ed for c! jtersons lie rer-ailerl a ellelil accused n! cnunterfeil niniie1. Ih- trial resulted in a mini: ju- iinii I b -ci-nnd i lime !his Mine ili minuti'S and returned a nnt "What I had learned was Ilia! a man uhn had uiven my clieiil ihe ciiunlerfeit mnncy was a pnlice inlnrmaiit and my didn kmiw anythini; ahnut it Me'd been set ill) I fdt-ra! Rule llnlciiim Ins linger and Culver To Seek j Elderly Home Funds Lost in Back If Contract Not Readied Gcuelle pholo bv Dole Susan Staab and David Wilkinson have been acquainted for 16 years, but they had never met until late last month. Wilkinson, of Lincolnshire, England, and Mrs. Staab, Solon, have been pen pals for years, so when Wilkinson decided to visit the United States, it was only natural that he visit Mrs. Staab. The two are shown inspecting a Wedgewood bone-china dish, one of a number of items he brought with him from England. Ballooning Mishaps IXDIAXOLA U'PI) Three balloons snagged into power lines during Monday's torn pe- tition at the 1974 Xational Hot Air Balloon Championships, but sailed on after they were freed. An area safety officer for the Federal Aviation administra- tion (FAA) was called to the scene to investigate the crash ef Don Cline whose balloon plowed into a power line and then erupted in flames. ('line, 36, an electrical en- gineer from Greensboro, X. said when he ran into the power line he "put my hand out on the lines and-pushed back off of I hem." Fabric Burned ('line reported he contacted Merchandise Is Stolen In Hazleton Breakin broke into the Palmer North Star service .station early Monday and left with 17 cartons of cigarets and four tin's, ac- to Owner Bob Palmer. He said Ihe intruders broke two plate-glass windows to gain entry, and caused other damage to the cafe part of Un- building. Damages. and stolen merchandise, would amount to sillll or Slillil. Palmer said the power line about lour feet from the bottom of his gondola and some of the fabric of the balloon was burned when he turned on the propane gas burner to put more hot air in- side Ihe balloon. He said he only damaged about SKI worth of cloth and was able to fly in the mass as- cension Monday night. However, one witness thought (.'line's experience was a "scary situation." Sharon 7ahn, Indianola, said the accident occurred in front of her house. Worried About Man She said the gondola was swinging as it hung from the power line and caused the propane burner to ignite the fabric of the balloon. "It was a scary situation and I was worried about Ihe man in the gondola." she sairl. "They did a fantastic .job getting the thing out. They never even touched the ground." Two other halloonists wore not so lucky in getting mil of the power lines and required assistance from Iowa Power and Light Co. repairmen. No Injuries Joe! Katleman. Omaha, and Kingswood Sprntl. Lakeland. Fla.. became enmeshed in the wires during the hare and hound event and remained in the power lines until they were freed. No one was injured in the accidents and about 120 balloonists participated in the hare and hound competition while another 311 drifted across the Simpson college campus on pleasure cruises. Balloonisis Tuesday were scheduled to compete in the "Elbow Render" event That competition calls for a pilot to fly his first leg of at least one mile, touch down, and then fly the second leg attempting to gel as much of an angle as possible lo the first leg. MASON CITY Before lie votes on an appropriations bill for the defense department Tuesday afternoon. Congress man John Culver will try In engineer a So.it billion reduc- tion, he said here Monday night. Addressing a Culvcr-for- senator rally. Culver sairl SB billion is roughly what Defense Secretary .lames Schlesinger has admitted lo he "White House padding in the military budget, inserted as a stimulus to the economy." Culver, long critical of ex- cessive and wasteful military spending, said such expensive weapon systems as the B-l bomber and Trident sub- marine, which have not "shown themselves to be es- could be curtailed. lie also urged reduction in over- seas support forces and those stationed in the Far Hast. Ames Speech Prof To Area 11 Board AMES (L'PI) The chair- man of the speech department at Iowa State university has been elected to the Area 11 Education agency board. Dr. William Underbill was elected by school boards from Ames, .Nevada, Roland-Story. Ballard. Xesco. Gilbert and Colo. lie was the first of nine directors to be elected lo the agency by local school boards in the 11-county area the agency1 will serve. Dr. Underbill defeated Dr. Marvin Julius, an associate professor of economics at Iowa Stale, and James Mumpher of Huxley, former superintendent of the Ballard Community school district and a retired staff member of the state department of public instruc- tion. By l-'ord Clark IOU'A CITY Tin- Iowa City learned Monday it has iinlil the end nf 1074 In a contract ready and enter into an agreement wilh a developer or it may lose federal funding for a housing for the elderly structure. Prrdiminary calls for a B2-unil structure located ill Ihe downtown area. Schaben Would 'Replace' Selden ROCK RAPIDS (AP) Democratic mibernalorial can- didate James Schaben says State Comptroller Marvin Sel den would be the first state of- ficial tn he replaced if lie is elected unvernnr. Speakinu at u I.yon county fundraiser Monday. Scbaben said Selden's disregard for the welfare of state employes is legend. "His current decision In ar- bitrarily reduce the net income of employes who travel on state business is another example of bis callous attitude toward his employes." Schabeu referred to Selden's canceling a S2 lunch stipend previously given In employes who travel nn state business. Pick up the telephone and call tn place u want Motorist injured In Buchanan our-car accident about a.m. Tues- day resulted in injuries In a rural Walker man. Rex K. Fishel, 19. Authorities said Fishel, who was alone in his car. lost control nf the vehicle on a blacktop road about three-and- a-quartcr miles south of QuasqiK'ton. He was taken to an Inde- pendence hospital for treat- ment of his injuries. Charses are pending, according to the Buchanan county sheriff's off- ice. coordinator le Sydel warned ihe council and liie housing commission that the council must start tn set standards so that plans could be submitted tn dovelnpers. Sydel said present planning called for a stoye and refrii-'erator in each unit and more than one community room offered for central U'alheriiiKS. Sydel cautioned against "loo many frills that could price the huildiiiK out of possibility." Members of the housing commission at the council meeliiiK suggested air-condi- tioning and silting room space nn each floor. The program will call for the federal government paying approximately for a one- bedroom unil and S338 for a two-bedroom unit. A person a rental unil would apply to the city to occupy such a unit. If income fell within guidelines, the federal funds would be available to be applied towards the unit's rent. The building itself would be owned by private enterprise with the city's participation consisting of preliminary planning and the handling of assistance payments to eligible participants. Wages Ordered Home Employes OKAMiK CITY wages and hours division of the I'.S department of labor has directed the Sioux county- board of supervisors to pay in hack wages to employes of the Sioux county home in Orange City. A routine audit of the home for the aged revealed Ihe county had failed to pay min- imum wages and overtime to some employes. A government spokesman sairl the county will not be prosecuted for its failure lo comply with the regulations because there was no intent to break the law. But the spokes- man said the county was or- dered to settle the claims to avoid possible legal action. Supervisors said they were not aware the county home came under wage and hour regulations. County Ally. .John TePaske sairl 13 employes were in- volved in the settlement, and the amount owed them ranges frumn to about nis chen' 'was this cii'-'- to gelling i'l '.ears HI Ihe fir-! trial 'I got !he case because the federal court in Inua allows plus expenses for private MiaUers '111: liar to tins We used this facil- and the man is now free wi ilnn'i have this in district court" and I'm sure Mime innocent penpie thi-re ha'.c in ei: sent up 'There should he pressure nn the legislature tn pass tn pnnide more aid In the accused I-'nr evample such simple tilings as inves- tigating history In sep if u holds up." Left No Clues Hedman clearly recalls Uie day a man tried to embrace him in a farm yard. "I was hired by the benefi- ciaries of an estate to find this man. who was also a benefici- ary, he had lived ni Ues Moines. but left no c lues where foe and his familv had mnvod. A month later I found him on a small Missouri farm. He had a lot of chickens and cats and dogs. He was just so fed up with the complexities of society that he wanted to he isolated. "So when I drove into his place lie wanted to call the sheriff and run me off." But Redman held his ground, trying to explain why he was intruding. "When he finally found out he was going to inherit several thousand dollars, he wanted to kiss me. In fact, he said so." In the tradition of the best private eye, Redman settled for a handshake. THIS DATE in 1 President Lyndon .lohnson and L'.N. Secretary deneral U Than! met at the White House on recent shooting incidents between the I'.S. and Xorth ietnam. Hour EMERGENCY PRESCRIPTION In a real emergency we're as close as your phone. Just dial our regu- lar numbers. We realiy mean it when we say that, with us, your good health is paramount. pharmacies 7 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS We Will pay the following amounts for Silver and Gold Coins: Now! You can to S100 on Whole- house Central Cooling and Heating! 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