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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa g The Cedar Rapids Gazette: FrL, Aug. 2. 1974 us &_: xjjg&g;:    -v ™-S. v. * Wildlife Orphanage Rosemary Collett of Venice, Fla., feeds pelicans some fresh mullet in the backyard of her modest Gulf coast home which she has turned into a shelter for injured wildlife. She has been nursemaid to over 5,000 birds and animals during the past IO years. The idea is to get them well and release them,' she says. The permanently injured or maimed become permanent house guests. ★ ★ ★ VENICE, Fla. (AP) -Doing the weekly shopping for her house guests. Rosemary Collett buys 40(1 pounds of fish. 50 pounds of dog food. IO bags of apples, 8 boxes of raisons and 150 pounds of bird st»ed. The guests are UMI injured wild birds and animals she is nursing back to health in her modest Gulf coast home Pelicans, seagulls, skunks, squirrels, hawks, owls, blue jays, woodpeckers, a falcon and an eagle have taken over the backyard, front yard, living room. porch and bathroom. “The idea is to get them well and release them," says Mrs. Collett who has the backing of state and federal wildlife officers in her efforts to save the orphaned creatures — many of them endangered species. Permanent Residents But the blind and the amputees who couldn’t survive in (lie wihl become permanent residents. “It all started Kl years ago when a friend gave me a pregnant guinea pig. Before that life was normal." said Mrs Collett During an interview, she hauled a yellow pail of fresh mullet to the backyard and began calling IU brown pelicans and ll seagulls by name “Here Pedro, come on Goofy. Spunky, chow time. she shouted, as they came bounding off tree stumps that resemble pilings and splashed out of a plastic wading |xx>l where they play. A great horned owl named Oliver who fell out of a tree has the run of the living room, while Moses, a seven-week-old pelican with broken wings, recuperates in a play pen in the game room. The Ark' Whenever Mrs. Collett gets a call for help she jumps into her old van dubbed "The Ark ” "I guess the most novel rescue mission was a pelican that had lieen stoned and was floundering offshore in the Gulf of Mexico. I swum out and finally gave it mouth-to-mouth resuscitation to revive it." she says. The patients come to Mrs Collett and her husband. George, at all hours, most through phone calls from friends, strangers, humane society personnel, and veterinarians Collett, a retired airline traffic manager, and his wife spend six to seven hours a day cleaning cages, feeding and watering the animals and birds. K costs them about $4<MI a week and donations help defray expenses. • HAND * PACKED Fresh Fruit Buckets For Any Occasion. Gift cello mapped & a Cheery Bow Always free Delivery to Either Hospital DALE'S FRUIT MARKET 3338 Center Pt. Rd. NE 364-3314    ^ W OpHWi 9 to 6 - 7 Doy> w Clergymen Restricted After Ordinations PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The bishop of the Pennsylvania Episcopal diocese has formally admonished one of his clergymen and announced restrictions on two others for their participation in the ordination of ll women as priests The Rt. Rev. Lyman Ogilby announced his actions on Thursday in a four-page pastoral letter that is to be read from every pulpit in the diocese within Kl days One of those named was the Rt. Rev. Robert L. Dewitt, tht' bishop's predecessor and one of four bishops who performed the ordination service on Monday No Duties Bishop Ogilby said he has received assurances from Bishop DeWitt that he will not perform any ministerial duties in the diocese at least until a meeting of national bishops next month Also named was tin1 Rev Suzanne Hiatt, the only woman ordained who is under Bishop Ogilby's jurisdiction. She has agreed “to refrain from priestly duties until her status has been clarified." The Rev. Paul Washington of tin* Church of the Advocate, scene of the ordination, was admonished for failing to obey a section of the church's constitution that requires conformity to church doctrines The ordinations came under heavy criticism and wert* carried out despite objections by Bishop Ogilby and the presiding bishop of the I S. Episcopal Clinch, the Rf Rev John M. Aliin No Blessings It marked the first time in the Western hemisphere that women were admitted to the church’s priesthood. And while church laws do not forbid women from becoming priests, they do require that diocesan bishops approve ordinations of members of their diocese. None of the ll women, all deacons of the church, had received her bishop’s blessing to proceed with the ceremony. In New York. Bishop Alii ii disclosed on Thursday that he has called a special meeting of the church's house of bishops in Chicago Aug 14-15 to consider questions raised Author Dies of Gun Shot Wound SARASOTA. Fla (AP) -Elizabeth G Davis, author of the popular women’s libera- . . . taking her tit childbirth preparation classes. If* u S Pw OO A tt/4 bv tov AIm Hon novel "The First Sex”, Hun died of a self inflicted gunshot wound, police say She was (44 A neighbor discovered Mrs Davis' body Wednesday rn her bedroom with a .‘IS caliber revolver in her hand according to police Mrs. Davis, who apparently died Tuesday night, had tx‘en in poor health lier novel “The First Sex", published in 1971. sought to show that women had made a greater contribution to history than men    Mrs Davis also wrote “The Female Principle and    “The Founding Mothers ". She was the sister of Dita Beard the International Telephone and Telegraph lobbyist who was a key figure in the ITT scandal involving the 1972 Republican National convention Funeral    services were scheduled for Friday in Sarasota Prostitute Decoy Case Questioned DALLAS, Texas (AP) - If a young man offers a policewoman decoying as a prostitute a ride and she replies that a ride won’t pay her rent, is that entrapment’.’ A 28-vear-old North Texas State university student who asked not to he identified at this time says he might lake his case to court to test the legality of the city’s pseudo-prostitute. About 70 men — most of them out-of downers — have been collared the past three weeks by a Dallas policewom-an posing in bars and clubs as a prostitute However, she says she does not entice the men and that there is no arrest unless the man offers her money and they leave the bar "Wasn’t Looking" “I wasn’t even looking for a girl," the student said. "I saw this girl alone Well, this is a bad neighborhood to Im‘ walking around iii at night so I stopped. "I asked her what she was doing and she said. ‘Nothing.’ So I asked if she’d like to go lo a movie. She said. ‘No.’ Then I asked if she wanted to go to a club or go riding around "She said she couldn't pay her rent if she went riding around and then I realized she was a prostitute." The student said he "didn t want to say anything outright, because I had heard about officers posing as prostitutes arid I didn t intend to offer her money and get caught." ‘Good \ctress’ She was a good actress though She just smiled and played along She was real noficommital but told me not to worry Anyway, she convinced me she wasn’t a police officer so I finally said tail." Ho said that when a ear with two plainclothes vice officers pulled up, "I felt like I d been a fool." Several Dallas lawyers say there is a fine line between legal police activity and unlaw ful entrapment She s set out for the pur-poso of enticing customers one lawyer said “To talk in innuendos until the guy offers money is absolute entrapment '# MMM Book Causes Controversy With Record Companies By Sandra Gittons NEW YORK (AP) - "lf I could do it all over, I d do it all over again." laughed Elaine Jesmer, as she began to explain the controversy and reason behind her first novel, “Number One with a Bullet" Ari energetic, slim woman of .14, who said she’d just been to about 20 odd cities in a matter of days. Miss .learner bounced on her New York hotel bed. smiled and said. "Well. w hat do you want to know?" What’s the "hang up” behind the book’’ It s a fictional piece of writing in which she says she just wanted to tell a story. Ifs centered around a record company that's owned by a black family — ifs also filled with sex. violence, and systematic exploitation of major artists. PR Work For openers, Miss Jesmer says she’s only worked for one record company eight months — Ray Charles Records on the Tangerine label. ‘‘Normally I worked clubs, doing public relations work. In connection with the clubs I would be handling the acts that appeared I kind of got into handling more acts than clubs because the road managers of several acts liked the job I’d done and wanted a service more directed to their client.” So I ended up handling Marvin Gaye, Tammy Terrell, Martha and the Vandellas, the Four Tops and the Fifth Dimension — mostly for engagements they did in the Los Angeles area.” Pointing out the obvious, that she somehow always worked with black artists, she explained that it was because the clubs she worked for were black-oriented. Suppression Attempt Miss Jesmer says there was a definite attempt to suppress the novel. Last October she says she started receiving letters asking to see the manuscript. Her publisher refused. She says there was an obvious attempt to suppress it by a record company. "And there was no reason,’’ she says. "My publisher told them it was a novel, but the letters got saltier and saltier. Then, last month, my publisher Teenagers Burn Flag, Ordered To Apologize KAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio (UPI)—Two teenaged girls in this Ohio river community of 211.(MMI apologized in a newspaper advertisement Thursday for burning an American flag on a street here earlier this month. The girls, Vicki Sue Noland. 15, and Frances Mia Curran, Hi, were ordered to place the advertisement in the Fast Liverpool Review by a Columbiana county juvenile court judge. The ad entitled "An Apology" read: “We have given serious thought to violation of state law and wrongful personal conduct iii regard to our nation. committed when we burned an American flag July I on Fifth street “In recognition of our own change of attitude and in compliance with the order by juvenile court, we publicly apologize and declare we love our country."-Juvenile Court Judge Guy Mauro also ordered the girls to attend the raising and lowering of the American flag at city hall until school starts this fall, observe a curfew for the next six months and not to communicate with each other by telephone, letter or in person for the next year He said he took the action to "impress upon the girls and minors generally thai the | American flag is something to lie respected and not spit upon.” got a letter saying that they were going to consult their lawyers "They had never read the hook, all lins time they were asking for the book, so they had never even seen it It was afl on rumor The same day the letter came, they had a lawyer call my publisher and ask for the manuscript, lh* told him hi* could buy it in the store.” Next came a letter from the justice department. They wanted to know if sin* would be interested in contacting them about “anything .” “So I had my lawyer call and tell them that it's fictional, and I don’t have any facts I have nothing that would substantiate a legal case for them Payola Incident In 1973, the justice department began investigating reported use of drugs and payola by record companies interested in promoting their own artists. Although no indictments have been returned, grand juries in several states have heard evidence about several alleged payola incidents, She says what’s being done in her is the same thing that happened to the main character in the book — the control of output She doesn’t believe anyone bas that right. “If I really had to sum up the hook, I would say that nobody, no corporation, has the right to tell an artist what to do, no matter how bizarre his product might be. No matter what they think of it in terms of what’s current, because art should he free " Movie Rights    • Movie rights of the hook wert* sold to Al Ruddy, who also did the “Godfather’ . Ronnie Elder was hired to write the screen play and Paramount was to finance the movie. Elaine says she got the same deal as Mario Puzo. Later she heard that tilt* movie deal had fallen through. "And that freaked me out!" she says. "It seems to me that the resentment is due to the hearings, the justice department, aud the lawyers. Everybody in the business is very jumpy about it. But it s also, I think, the fact that I am a white woman. Not just white, but also a woman I think that really has an effect.” Bridge WEST SIDE I Ll ll Winners in a Howell movement game played Thursday at Welly-Way were Mrs W E Lyman and Mrs K. E. Hcnrikson. first, and Mrs K V. Harrington and Clyde Nowlin, second The next game will be played at 5 30 Sunday ai Welly-Way OS lins BATE in Kilo the English navigator. Henry Hudson, entered the body of water now known as Hudson Bav “Fabrics and Sewing” A Brand New Section Coming To The Cedar Rapids Gazette Wednesday, August 14 Of interest to all women who fashion their own clothes or do • Knitting • Needlepoint • Crewel • Upholstering • Draperies etc For ads in this section, call Display Advertising Dept 398-8224 Plan Now, Last Minute Deadline is IO A M. Thurs. August 8 •    ■'    rn Remember those in the hospital . . . they’ll remember *.cV—* you for it! Call now for fine flowers from h KREBS Flower Shop 2424 18th St S W 363 2081 Youngest Patient Pediatric cardiologist Sandy Thompson at Ochsner Foundation hospital, New Orleans, examines Hollis Haines, Wednesday. Little Hollis is the seven-day-old recipient of a cardiac pacemaker. Hollis was born with a congenital heart defect at Keester air force base, Biloxi, Miss., last Friday. His heart beat 20 instead of a normal IOO for a newborn. He was rushed to New Orleans and a pacemaker was implanted when he was only I 8 hours old. Believed to be the youngest pacemaker patient, Hollis weighs 9 lbs., 3 oz., and is reported progressing well. ear JU I By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY I recently heard that the boy I have going steady been wlib for about two months has been arrested ral times for indecent lie s on probation sev e exposure now Iii* is a very person aud I shy and gentle can’t imagine him doing anything like that, hill tin* person who told me is an old friend of his who said he thought I should know for my ow n good Now I wonder what I should do Is Ibis fellow dangerous? Do von think he might attack mc sexually’’ Will he outgrow it? I am the first girl he has ever dated. Should I let him know that I know? Should I quit him even though I like him a lot? I am 19 and he is 20 SCARED DEAR SCARED: Tell him what you’ve heard and ask him if it s true lf he denies it and you still have doubts, all arrests are a matter of public* record and can be easily checked out lf he admits it, ask him if he’s had treatment. (Exhibitionism is an illness as well as a crime.) lf he says he’s had treatment, ask to talk to his therapist. If he says h^, hasn’t, ‘ell him you won t date him unless he goes for treatment. Don’t continue seeing him unless you have all the answers. it * it DEAR ABBY: My brother is always too busy (or too lazy) to shop for gifts, so when Mother s day or Father’s day approaches, he says:    "Buy something and put my name on the card and I II pay you later." Well, I do, but “later" always turns out to tx* "never.” This has happened so many times it’s not even funny. What should I say next time this deadbeat asks me to put his name on the card? SIS BEAR SIS: Why look fancy way to convey a message*’ Say: "No." it it it CONFIDENTIAL TO "PUBLIC SPEAKER IN PORT I.AVB": Sorry, but I don’t have a collection of "jokes and funny stories.” Why not take George B. Shaw s suggestion? He said: "My way of joking is to tell the truth. It’s the funniest joke in the world " it it it Problems? You’ll feel better if you can get it off your chest. For a personal reply, write to ABBY’ Box No. 87900. Los An geles, Calif. 90089 Enclose stamped, self-adddressed envelope. please. for a plain POST-NUPTIAL SHOWER FETES MRS. BRANDON Mrs. Tim Brandon. 2407 Linwood street SW, was hostess at a post-nuptial shower given Thursday evening for Mrs. Terry Brandon. 1317 Twenty-second avenue SW, who was married July 12 in Cedar Rapids. She is the former Susan Polashek. Co-hostess to the 12 guests was Mrs Galen Seezell. Parents of the newlyweds are Mrs. Gerald Polashek, 4201 Twin Pines drive NE, and the late Mr. Polashek and Mr and Mrs. Clarence Brandon, 410 Sixth street SW Advertisement ——■    * The Best Carpet Buys Are At Carpeted U.S.A. Ti n\ Oill/* Oi^’l\7Cok>rJN»r(fiii( Photographer on duty DAILY IO am-8 pm Sunday IO am-6 pm July Tfo* wjV Thun. Tri. Sat. All anes liable*, children and adult* One sitting per subiect Additional subject*—Groups or individuals in same family—SI OO per sutteet No proof*—Choose (rom finished professional portraits (poses—our selection) You may select additional portrait* offered at low prices SATISFACTION GUARANTEED KMART EAST ISO COLLINS RO. NJ. Chih /• rn- >10 HAMDI INC CHARGE ;

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