The Indianapolis Star from Indianapolis, Indiana on April 10, 1982 · Page 38
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PAGE 38- People & Things THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1982 Miss Cabor Bridegroom is a count, not duke, Zsa Zsa says Zsa Zsa Cabor and the man who is to become her seventh husband want it known the bridegroom is no relation to any duke with a similar name. Miss Gabor will marry Count Felipe de Alba of Spain on Tuesday in Puerto Vallarta. Mexico. In a statement the couple gave to a public relations agency at Los Angeles, the 52 year old bridegroom said there has been confusion because his name is similar to that of a late Spanish duke. D'Alba. Miss Gabor said she and the count just "want to be Mr. and Mrs. de Alba forever." It will be the eighth marriage for the actress who married the same man twice. De Alba is an attorney and real estate financier who owns homes in Mexico, New York, Italy and Palm Beach. Kidnap victim real doll "Kimball Madison" has been kidnapped. And Joann Stone says she plans to pay the ransom but with play money. You see. "Kimball Madision" is a doll a soft sculpture toy in the "Little People" line one can "adopt" for $100, complete with a registered name. The day after Kimball was discovered missing from its toy crib at Mrs. Stone's Baldwyn (Miss.) toy store, a ransom note with its words spelled out in cut out letters, arrived in the mail. The kid napper demanded $125,000 in $1 bills for "the brat's life." Mrs. Stone said she has received two pictures of Kimball one of them showing the doll tied to a straightback chair. If she finds out who took Kimball she won't prosecute, but Mrs. Stone denies that the kidnapping was staged to stir up publicity. Coffin on cartop OK A Santa Ana (Calif.) judge says a disgruntled Datsun buyer has a constitutional right to protest the dealership where he bought the car by driving the car around with a coffin mounted on top. The judge refused to muzzle David Coy, who Belvedere By George Crenshaw mmtmm- - t - - - - - - ft 41 1 "That's not how we empty the trash!" Easier eltiek? Gregor, a baby ostrich, broke into the world just in time for Easter when he was born at Busch Gardens in Tampa, Fla., Thursday. The bird, which weighed nearly 2 pounds at birth, is a bit larger than traditional Easter chicks. They usually weigh less than a half-pound when born. (AP photo) faces a $2.25 million libel suit brought by Barwick Imports Inc. of San Juan Capistrano. a coastal town 90 miles southeast of Los Angeles. Coy's Datsun 210 sports a handmade coffin emblazoned with "sucker" and "Datsun 210 is a Japanese reject." He also posted signs and distributed leaflets asking people "who were dealt with unfairly or dishonestly" by Barwick to call the Federal Trade Commission or California's Department of Motor Vehicles. Coy. 39. of San Juan Capistrano, said a Barwick salesman talked him into buying the $6,910 Datsun 210 model, a used demonstration car, in June 1980. although he really wanted a more expensive Datsun 510 Plane for a prince Prince Philip of Britain, an avid flier who has piloted a Concorde supersonic jet, may try his hand on a Boeing 757 during a three day visit to Seattle, a Boeing Co. official said. The prince, who is married to Queen Elizabeth II. is to arrive there April 18 and tour the plant where the new 757 is being made. British Airways, the national airline in England, has or dered 19 of the 757 jets and has options for 18 more, the Boeing spokesman said. Rolls-Royce, a British firm, makes engines for the 757. Last January, the prince was piloting a twin-engine turboprop over the Lon don area when it had a near miss with a Boeing 747 carrying 200 passengers. He apologized but was absolved of blame. Prince Philip Modern-day Noah quizzed Police in the Netherlands village of Eerbeek questioned a latter-day Noah about an estimated 250.000 stuffed animals and birds found buried in concrete bomb shelters in his backyard. John Roeleveld, 72, said God had instructed him to collect and mount two of every species in preparation for the end of the world, which would soon come. Neighbors, complaining of possible health threats by the collection, reported Roeleveld to authorities. Roeleveld told police who raided his home that God promised him more than 40 years ago that his collection would rise up and live after Judg ment Day. A police official said the collection included crocodiles, ostriches, kangaroos, panthers, apes, a bear, an elephant skull and a camel. Also, thou sands of eggshells, bones and insects were preserved in formaldehyde. Proud of son after all Steve Allen says he was "hurt and stunned" when his son joined a commune and changed his name. Now the entertainer says he is proud of his son and considers the family lucky. Allen has chronicled his family's experience in a new book. "Beloved Son." The book also takes a look at many of the cult movements of the past decade. But the focus clearly is on Brian Allen who joined the Love Family at Seattle and calls himself Logic Israel. Allen thinks his son is happy with his life. "It would have been nice if he had become a , Methodist and the governor of Wyoming," Allen said, but he added that he has learned some important things about being a parent. "The idea of having feverish ambitions for your children can be destructive," said Allen, who is married to actress Jayne Meadows. "Only un-happiness can result from parents driving children." Don't use my name How did a wildlife artist with a "peaceable" reputation get a shoot-'em up TV cop series named after him? That's what artist T.J. Hooker wants to know. He's suing ABC and the producers of the series of "T.J. Hooker." starring William Shatner, demoted from Capt. Kirk in "Star Trek" to police sergeant in "Hooker." The real Hooker went to federal court at Chicago for an injunction to prevent the use of his name. He also wants damages for injury to his peaceable image. Lottery numbers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Here are the winning weekly state lottery numbers picked Thursday: DELAWARE - Play 4: 2022. NEW HAMPSHIRE - Weekly Lottery: 16662. Color: Green. (Note: Numbers were drawn a day early because of the Good Friday holiday.) ?y " " 1,1 " Allen DIG DULL FLEA MARKET Every Saturday & Sunday 2604 LAFAYETTE RO.I For Space Call 786-6672 Wl WONT II UNDMSOID ; 6UAIANTH0 WOO WW -J2TJ-USBT 04 WON.-W. -4 SAT. PAC-MAN BY H f o ATARI A war Commiocaion Company Q INDY'S MOST COMPLETE SELECTION OF CARTRIDGES 5929 1. 82nd St. Castleton Shoppe 842-8757 FINANCIAL CONSULTANTS OF INDIANA, Inc. FINANCIAL PLANNING SEMINAR with J 4 A4 V ,frnnnrrwrJ i-i'rf,'l r WILLIAM J. KELLEY RAYMOND J. DUDEK JAMES C. BROCKE 30 YEARS FINANCIAL PLANNING EXPERIENCE 3-WEEK COURSE OFFERED AT NO COST Holiday Inn Northwest 1-465 and 1-74 Dates: Tuesdays, April 13, 20, 27 Time: 7:30 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? This seminar Is for EVERY man or woman regardless of age or income level who wants to LEARN what they can do NOW to REDUCE TAXES; increase income and develop a financial plan. SESSION 1: Diagram tor financial independence EVERYONE can team how to improve their financial future by avoiding SIX major mistakes. Acquiring a $200,000 estate. Making inflation work for you. How to LOWER your LIFE INSURANCE COSTS. How to buM a personal plan to keep more Of the money you earn. How the NEW TAX LAWS can help you avoid taxes legally NOW. THE NEW IRA'S KEOGHS and PROFIT-SHARING PLANS SESSION 2: High yield LOW RISK INVESTMENTS. How to get tax-free income. TAX SAVING TECHNIQUES most often overlooked. Investing in growth or income stocks, stock market, mutual funds and professional money managers. Market timing versus buy and hold. SESSION 3: REAL ESTATE investment OPPORTUNITIES in the 80s. Leam how to build a TAX-FREE INCOME. Commercial property versus mutople family housing. Investing in energy. Turning your fax liabilities into capital assets. Hard assets gold, silver. CALL (317) 844-7416 For. Reservations ,uaW, Wttnrtch, Zttzmann, WhHhd MEMBERS SJPC 9202 N Meridian, Suite 155, Indianapolis, IN 46260 Good Friday's solemn rites Holy Name Catholic School eighth-grade pupils depict the final ourney of Jesus Christ on earth. The re-enactment of Jesus' walk from Jerusalem to Calvary took place Friday in Holy Name Catholic Church, 89 North 17th Avenue, Beech Grove. The dramatization was conceived by eighth-grade teacher. Sister Bernice Roell, O.S.F., and is presented annually in the church's sanctuary. In downtown Indianapolis, many persons joined in the 46th annual Knights of Columbus Outdoor Way of the Cross on the American Legion Plaza. m 7s Star photos by Hill iam .. 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