Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 7, 1974, Page 7

Cedar Rapids Gazette

August 07, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 4A The Cedar Kapidj, Gazette! Aueust 1974 Helicopter Visit at Cleveland The police department's "eye in the sky" landed at Cleveland school Monday to allow playground participants a closer look at the flying machine. In picture at right, police pilots Doug Hansel and Bill Serbousek help slow down the drive shaft after landing. Angie Bucklin, 6, of 244 Twenty-first street NW, in picture at far right peers in through the helicopter win- dow for a closer look. v, li" --r Officer Bill Serbousek explained how the helicopters are used by policemen and answered questions from the youngsters. WASHINGTON (AP h- Sec- Two of the youngsters crowding around the machine to inspect its cockpit are Cliff Moore, 12, of 1701 Wash- ington avenue SE, left, and John Schulze, 13, of 370 Sev- enteenth street SE. Photos by L. W. ward Officer Doug Hansel conducted a mini-pilot ground school for playground directors Terry Dahn, 19, of 159 Thirty- first street NW, left, and Janet Scott, 17, of 139 Twenty-first street SW, who tried on the headsets and were briefed on the functions of the helicopter's dials and gadgets. II 11 By Presidenf Irks Klein SEATTLE (AP) Herbert i blemish on the American sys- Klein, President Nixon's former fem director of communications, says, "No one likes to have himself referred to in deroga- tory terms. "And when you read some- thing like that you don't forget i Klein was reacting to the latest Watergate transcripts re- leased on Monday by the While House. In one passage, the President criticizes Klein's han- -dling of a meeting with televi- sion network executives. Talking with former top aide H. R. "Bob" Haldcman, Nixon is quoted in the transcripts as saying: "He (Klein) just doesn't really have his head screwed on, Boh He just sort of blubbers around. I don't know how he does TV so well." The President also said a long-time political adviser, was disorganized. "But I don't regard it as serious blow to a friendship! that has gone on over a number of Klein said in an in- terview on Tuesday. "And they have made it dear a number of times since that they would like me back il they could get me." Klein said "three days ago I would have voted against 'im-i peachment." But he said basic position remained: "The "-country would be better off without a change of Presidents.] "From a foreign policy standpoint, il would lie very precarious if neither the l 1'resitlent nor the vicc-prcsi- ilenl wore clcdcd by the people." Klein said he wasn't aware! of Waforgalc maneuvers during! his last year in the- Nixon ad-' ministration. Jiul lie said he! deplored (he Walergalc-rclaled events "which cast such a' To report a violation: Michael Dooley 363-0671 Rush: 'Buy Something Else' To Fight Spiral WASHINGTON (AP) a way in which citizens can neth Rush, the President's eco- nomic counselor, said Tuesday that Americans should "buy isofethins else" when confronted "The President has to share some of the blame, but in too many cases he was ill-advised." If you need help: Foundation II 362-2174 (4 p.m. 10 midnight) Iwith a product in great demand B-T: ,4 -M. j i but short supply. 1 That is an example, he said, give their full co-operation to the government in fighting in- flation, which he called "a worldwide phenomenon." Death Try Fails KARACHI, Pakistan young man died in an attempt to kill Prime Minister Bhutto when a hand grenade exploded as be held it, the government I said Tuesday. cretary of State Kissinger with- drew on Tuesday his threat to resign unless his name was cleared in a wire-tapping mat- ter. Earlier, the senate foreign relations committee said it has found nothing to indicate Kis- singer lied about his role in wiretapping newsmen and gov- ernment officials. Kissinger had requested the investigation. "Given the content of the re- port the secretary no longer sees any reason for resigna- his spokesman told news- men. "Therefore he does not intend to resign." "The secretary is gratified with the committee's said Robert Anderson, his spokesman at the state depart- ment. "He believes it speaks for itself and will have no fur- ther comment on it." Pick up the phone today and let a want ad go to work for you. Dial 398-8234. ONCE-A-YEAR SPECIAL Limited Time Only Supplies Limitct rnARCEllE HYPO-ALLERGENlC-100% MOISTURE CREME NOW.ONLYSE COMPARED 70 REG. 111 To help say goodbye to facial lines, hello to softness MOISTURE LOTION NOW ONLY Perfect under makeup for 24 hour protection against dryncss COSMETICS STREET FLOOR quality is economy layaway those fashion-right Here they are! The Fanfare hoots to wear with your new fall and winter sportswear. Tall .style has zipper on side, shorter bunt is laced up the fi-cint. Both come in na- tural leather lone only, with crepe sole and warm furry lining. to lii. ARMSTRONG WOMEN'S S1IOKS STUKKT H.OOK ;