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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa QVdttr An elderly spectator joined in Thursday outside Borough hall in Brooklyn, N.Y., as Angela Scarpa performed a belly dance during a lunch hour. The belly dance was sponsored by the Brooklyn arts and cultural association. -AP Wlrephoto -UPI Telcphoto Hiking in the Snow A silhouetted hiker plowed through fresh white snow this week near the peak of engineer mountain near Lake City. Colo. Heavy dark clouds passed over the peak as the warm September sun shined through the blue sky. He'll Try Again Bob Wilson, 31, of Venice, stinds on his homemade 12-fool submarine" which he tried to sill from Los Angeles to Santa Catalina island Ihis week. Harbor palrol officers stopped him 1 miles offshore, towed him back and told him to get proper lighting gear and a life preserver. Wilson says he'll try to make the voyage in the sub" which is powered only by w ives activating flippers on the side. Says Quit Gregory Ciaglo, who left the monastery to join the Detroit police force six years ago, was comforted by his wife, Susan, in his hospital room Thursday. Po- lice said Ciaglo was shot in the stomach Tuesday during an attempted arrest. Ciaglo was also shot in the jaw and face in separate incidents in 1972 and 1973. "I'm definitely quilting Ihe said the 28-year-old ex-marine. Jv SMR pi VJS'Vi- ?M> 1 The Pardon, of Nixon Ended the Honeymoon For President Ford By Art Bucwahdl Buchwald Dear Gerry thL Umi find this note 1 will be gone I don I know how lo tell you this, but the honeymoon is over. I guess 1 should have known it wouldn't last forever, but I didn't think it would end so soon. How tould do it Urrv' 1 nUicud thing told me. We were so happy together, and I was so proud when peo- ple would point us out ind giggle Tin i e on their honeymoon. What a glorious month we had. As far as I was concerned, you could do no wrong. I hung onto word sud "k k %-4% ?H I said to myself you were special. You knew right from wrong, and you would never be swayed by a lot of rhetoric and double talk. Gerry, you promised me you wouldn't do anything until justice took ils course. Oh, Gerry, whal made you change your BUCHWAUD mind? Whal happened lo all'lhose dreams you had for us? 1 know Iriid to explain it to mi on s ud NOII had to foi gnc urn know who is in act of umipassion bei ius( hi h id suffirtd enough But he hasn t suffered hilf as much as wi have. Gerry. We'll never know all the things he did to us Fven now he refuses to admit In it hi did anything wrong lu'kiens t ilkmg iboul mist ikes in judgminl wirin t mislikis in judgment ind know it This win uimuiil aits md h id no right lo him bifon ue km w wh il lln wen 'n Odd Couple Wlrepholo Guy, a foiir-monlh-old orangutan, appeared to be inviting his roommate, n South African ostrich (hick, to play. The day-old ostrich, hatched at the San Diego wild an- imal park, will be hand-raised at the park's animal care cenler unlil il is large enough lo rejoin the park's flock of adult ostriches. Siimhv iftir told me uhu NOU win lo do I drcidtd to go su I hmcul jump ovir tin Sniki Itnu m his si .im rut kc I. I thought this would make me furgcl Hut then as the rocket filled wilh hot air and the strain built up and (he vehicle started lilting off Ihe ramp, somelhing hap- pened. Before U gol off, parachute opened and instead of streaking nut across the canyon, the rocket nose-dived and floated head firsl, Crash-landing on Ihe rockv bank of Ihe Snake Hivcr. Al that moment, Gerry. I broke into (ears. I wasn't crying for hvel I was crying for us. The rocket more than anything symbolized our honeymoon. II looked so beautiful on (he pad with a I Ihal steam coniing out ils nobles, it.s nose pui, ted toward Ihe sky as if lo say, "Mere I nr The only Iroiible, Gerry, will, F.vel's rockel and vour roi-kel on Sunday after "you-know-who" is thai neither one of them would ever fly. A.M. I'.S. Don 'I Iry to find me. KoiWilllil
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