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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 Fol letter Health  Handicapped  Can Handle Many Jobs  By Br S.L Andelman  ‘ Ah a doctor, what do you think of promotions like National Employ the Handicapped week?” a reader asks “I don't see how you can expect a handicapped person to handle the typical office or factory job ”  Our reader evidently thinks Employ the* Handicapped week aims to get the hapdi-t appt ti hired for any job, even if their disability would prevent them from carrying it out. I hat’s not the purpose at all. I his national campaign, sponsored by the President’s ( ommittee on Employment of the Handicapped, just tries to underscore the great strengths many handicapped people have to offer a business or industn It doesn’t say, "Hire this person because he’s handicaps^' hut rather "(Jive th s person a chance to show ye J what he can do.”  Skills  As a doctor. I know that people have all kinds of different skills and strengths.  Dr.  Andelman  physical and mental I also know you don't need legs to Im* a great executive. Employers who’ve hired the handicapped know that they carry their workload, often outperform* mg the “able-uodied.”  Unfortunately, discrimination runs deep In fact, I was interested to note recently that employers start thinking of the handicapped as being “o-ver the hill” much earlier than the able-bodied. If you’re handicapped, you’d better be under ‘25 if you want a good chance of finding and keeping a job. But able-bodied workers don't begin to experience age discrimination until 40.  Succeed  Simon Olshansky, director of Boston’s Community Workshops, says his studies of handicapped workers show that the younger client — IO through 25 — is more likely to succeed in continuing employment than is the older person His report appears in Rehabilitation Literature, a publication of The National Easter Seal Society,  “This is a youth-oriented society,” Olshansky says. ‘‘Employers aren t psychologists; they’re just regular jh*o-ple. They like youth; they like g«MKi looks; they avoid people — hantiicapp«*ri or not — who are getting a little old and out of shape.”  He suggests employers look at potent*^! employees as individuals with their own unique qualities and strengths. I agree. We’ll all bt 1  better off  Politico! A dye* ti si nu  The Cedar Rapids Gazette* Frl., Nev. I. 1674  BIG GEORGE I  Virgil Partch  WIN  AT  BRIDGE  Hey! You re writing an ANIM Al story: “The quick brown fox jumped over the ..  Need More Lawyers U. S. Prosecutors Say  NEW ORLEANS (AIM -Federal prosecutors say they can’t handle a sharp increase in criminal and civil cases unless the budget-cutting Ford administration spends more money to hire more lawyers.  The ll S. attorneys delivered that message to Attorney General Saxbe and other top justice department officials at a departmental conference with the federal prosecutors  Deputy .Attorney General durance Silberman promised that the department will place a high priority on winning funds for some increase in the staffs of the IM C. S. attorneys' offices.  "We nm! more bodies. This is what comes through every time you get a bunch of V. S. attorneys together,” said Dean Smith, the federal prosecutor in Spokane, Wash . and chairman of the department’s advisory committee of ll S. attorneys.  to Million Mare  He and Ralph Guy. the committee vice-chairman and U. S. attorney in Detroit, said the prosecutors need at least another 350 lawyers plus an equal number of secretaries and support personnel.  That could cost more than $6 million, although department officials attending the conference said they had no firm estimate.  The prosecutors and department officials discussed the demands in interviews after their elosed-door meetings.  If the extra manpower is not forthcoming, the prosecutors said they’ll be forced to reshuffle priorities  Bul several said the current emphasis on investigating and prosecuting corruption and other white-collar crimes probably would continue  Some suggested that more drug trafficking cases might bt* turned over to slate and local government prosecutors  Monty  Bertelli  Candidate For  State Representative  from tho 30th District  Served as legislative intern to State Senator Tom Riley during last session of the Iowa General Assembly  Senior I-aw Student al Drake. Inis knowledgable of the law  Vote MONTY BERTELLI for State Representative from the 30th District on Election Day  Utlii (or si an- Kfpn-M-ntativi* nmltU* Richard Sioln*<ia, lirnuui  REPUBLICAN  rather than being handled through the federal system.  “How many priorities can you have? You have to cut off somewhere.” Smith lamented Without the additional lawyers. "the enforcement effort must suffer.” he said.  Guy added. “We’ll have to stop doing some of what we’re doing’’ in order to shift priorities elsewhere  The prosecutors said they have In-gun to feel the impact during the past year of a broad range of legislation passed by congress in the past five years  For example, department officials predicted that IO.oui! civil cases involving the Health. Education and Welfare department would Im- pending in 1978. Many involve claims for Social Security disability benefits for victims of black lung disease, a product of recent legislation. Only about HO Social Security cases wen-pending at one point in 1957. officials said  By Oswald It James Jacoby  North and South really belong in seven diamonds. That contract makes against any 3-2 trump break provided the opening lead is not, ruffed lf you and your favorite partner get to seven hearts., you have no play for that contract irrespective of how anything breaks We feel that most players will land al six, hearts  In that case it is up to South to find a sure fire way to bring that contract in  It is done by means of a safety play. South wins the club lead in dummy and ruffs a club. Then he draws trumps. After this start he should cash one of dummy’s high diamonds and play ace-king-smali of spades.  If diamonds were going to break nicely there was no need for this safety play hut it is necessary against the actual 4-1 break Furthermore, it is a rather unusual safety play since the safety play trick was a sure loser in any event.  See how it works’ If East wins he has to give South a ruff arid discard. If West wins he r an lead a diamond bul irrespective of which diamond he leads, his diamond trick will have disapiH-ared  NORTH (DI  ♦ 7 53 V ,J 8 8 4  ♦ AK 42  ♦ A 5  VV KST  A .19 8 *53  ♦ J 10 7 3  ♦ K U .J 2  SOUTH A A K 4 V A KQ 109 A Q 9 8 8 ♦ 7  EAST A Q 1082 V 72 A 5  ♦ 10 9 8843  Both vulnerable  West  Opening lead —KA  SAVE 25%!  On a 25-pc. Service for 4 and Hostess Accessory Pieces  November 1 — December 26,1074  International ’ Fine Stainless  INTERNATIONAL LYON STAINLESS  « ... ■  New 1  Americana  Kw-  Alhambra  K-PC atavic" r 4  Contain*  8 Teaspoon* 4 P»ac# Spoon* 4 Place Univ®*  4 Salad Fork* 4 Place fork*. I Tablespoon Papular 75 OO  SALE 56.25  S-PC. 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I Tablespoon Papular 34 96  SALE 26.21  B-PC HOSTESS SET  Contains I Ea Pier cad Tablespoon Cold Meal Fork Gravy Ladle P tpar Spoon Butter Knife Papular 12 90  SALE 9.36  SCT OF 4 ICED DRINK SPOONS  Papular 8 OO  SALE 6.00  SET Of 4 COCKTAIL FORKS  Papular 8 OO  SALE 6.00  Pattern Names are trademarks of INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY  Mandan. Connecticut 08460  Downtown Pork ode Building  Killi  V+CHRD Sendee  Urge Allocation Of Natural Gas  The bidding has been:     Went    North    East          lf    I'ass      Pass    24    Pass      Pass    3 N T    Pass     I  South  2+  24  You, South, hold 4 A K 8 4 VK 2 4Q5 4 AA Q5 4  Whal do you do now 0   A—Just hid six nntrump You may bf* missing seven, hut you should take the surf* profit here  TODAY’S QUESTION  Instead of rebidding two diamonds your partner has raised you to three clubs. What do you do now?  WASHINGTON (AP) -Concern that natural gas shortages will afflict the nation this winter has inspired calls for the Federal Power Commission lo allocate natural gas  Sen. William V. Roth, jr., (R IM ) and Gov. .lames E. Holshouser of North Carolina urged the Senate Commerce committee to require the EPC to establish uniform and nondiscriminatory allwations of available supplies.  Roth said natural gas cutbacks in Delaware are expected to go as high as 33 percent,  while Holshouser said North Carolina faces a 45 percent cutback. _____  It Pays to Advertise  Staler CHD** Bam  Cedar Rapids System Telephone 363-8244  Area Ten (SEATS)  In Cedar Rapids 398-5605 Elsewhere 800-332-5934  I.  Byrd Conditions For Cuba Trade  WASHINGTON (UPI) -Sen. Byrd (I-Va.) would like til see the United States lift restrictions on trade with Cuba — but only on two conditions.  If Cuba compensates ll. S. citizens -{or confiscated property and allows U. 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