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If- p <~ J» 48 / DES MOINES HEOlSTER • fuB«., XufT'£ 1979 World traffic in prostitution GENEVA, SWITZERLAND (AP) — Interpol gave the U.N. Human Rights Commission Monday a 69-nation survey indicating there is a lively international business in procuring women for prostitution. The survey tells of waitresses from Trinidad and Tobago and Australia being engaged by an English agency to work as prostitutes in Africa, French Women recruited to work in West German "eros" centers and a young Danish girl narrowly escaping abduction into a bordello. The Interpol survey, "International Traffic in Women under the Cover of Employment Exposing Them to Prostitution, 1 ' suggests the existence of regional markets with concentrations in Europe, the Middle East and East Asia. Outraged at cattle mutilation PUEBLO, COLO. (AP) Gov. Richard Lamm said Monday widespread livestock mutilations are /'one of the greatest outrages in the history of the western cattle industry," and pledged the full resources of the state to help stop them and arrest the persons responsible. Lanun flew here Monday afternoon to confer with the executive board of the Colorado Cattlemen's Association about (he mutilation incidents.' "It's no longer possible to blame predators for the mutilations," Lamm said. "It is clear from the evidence that only human predators can be responsible for these terrible offenses." Find candidate's body in crash LAKE, MISS. (AP) - The bodies of Doxey Fisher, a candidate for state treasurer, and two companions were found Monday' in the wreckage of a twin-engine plane that crashed in a thunderstorm, rescue units reported. Fisher, 44, was a candidate in today's Democratic runoff election. the plane, a six-passenger Piper Apache, was en route to Jackson Sunday night after a political rally in Meridian when heavy thunderstorms moved through the area. 0(1* fiUffl NATIONAL WtKTHtK SEAV/CE NOA4,OS. Diet, of Commtre* DAY'S RECORD Temperatures High and low temperatures through 7 p.m. Monday IOWA (L ' m (P> Audubon 54 11 i.Bi Burlington 45 T> 0.57 c»d«r Rapids (6 72 o.ao Council Blurts 45 81 lr» Davenport 69 79 0.53 Decorah 63 72 02.94 Des Moines 65 70 1.59 Dubuoue .,,,.....,.. «* 73 0.4) Iowa City 65 -90 0.68 L«mOnl 62 73 O.V4 Maoleton 59 76 0.00 Mason City «t 75 0.49 Ottumwa 65 77 1.40 Sioux City 59 78 0.03 Spencer 58 75 0.00 Waterloo 45 73 1.40 UNITEri STATES Albany .............. 44 Albuquerque ........ 54 Amarlllo ............ 47 Ancnorage .......... 52 Ashevllle ............. 43 Atlanta .............. 7i Atlantic City ........ 72 Austin ............... 74 Baltimore ........... 71 Billings .............. 44 Birmingham ........ 4? BIsmarcK ........... 54 Boise ................ 49 Boston ......... ..... 42 Brownsville . ........ 78 Buffalo .............. 7Q Burlington, Vt ....... 42 Casper .............. 41 Charleston, S.C ....... «0 Charleston, W.Vi. ... 7i charlotte N.c ........ 72 Cheyenne ............ 34 Chicago ............. 72 Cincinnati ............ 7) Cleveland ........... 72 Columbia, S.C ....... 74 'olumbus, Ohio .... >allas .............. Javton .............. )tnver .............. . 92 0.00 »* 0.00 57 0.00 89 0.00 . 94 0.00 89 0.00 If I alfbYnks" 46 ietrolt Jul ith . 'aso F* iiroo Great Fails' Hartford BSfe 1 " . Jacksonville .. uneau ansas City... 71 47 Las Vegas a? Little Rock 71 Los Angeles 58 rpulsvifle 73 Memphis 73 .JUaml Beach 81 Milwaukee 68 Minneapolis ......... 60 Nashville 71 New Orleans 74 N«wYork 71 Norfolk, Va 73 'North Platte 54 Oklahoma City 72 Omaha 65 Orlando 74 Philadelphia 73 "' ienlx 74 buroh 67 Jand. Me, 57 land. Ore 48 RapiaCity 43 Reno 46 Richmond 70 •if. Louis 74 St. Petersburg 75 Salt Lake Cltv 45 ian Antonio 77 San Diego 58 43 80 103 92 84 94 92. . 93 0.00 81 1 .44 lit Sainte'Marie" -ranclsco . Saultsa Seattle Spokane Syracuse ,. Tucson Tulsa Washlnoton, D.C 54 45 44 72 95 80 91 81 94 95 104 83 47 70 75 97 75 89 94 84 95 84 98 73 . 0.00 0.01 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.13 0.00 0.07 O.Og 0.00 0.00 ' 0.02 0.02 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 61 0.00 79 0.32 0.00 0.00 S$ 0.00 0.00 47 71 89 99 92 94 Jury selection begins in AIM trial SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) After granting a defense motion to close the jury selection process to the public, questioning of prospective jurors began Monday in Sioux Falls for the trial of American Indian Movement (AIM) leader Russell Means. Means, 40, of Porcupine, S.D,, has pleaded innocent to charges of rioting and injury to a public building. Turkey to block mail to Yanks WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) The Pentagon confirmed Mon- da^r that the Turkish government will bar any packages sent to U.S. military personnel through Army and Air Force postal systems after Sept. 15. This is one of a series of actions taken by the Turkish government to tighten up on the 12,000 U.S. military personnel and their families on U.S. bases -over—which—Turkey—ha control. Volvo prices up Leased Wire From Dow Jones ROCKLEIGH, N.J. - Volvo nl America Corp., importer of i he Swedish automobile, said Monday it is increasing prices on its entire line of 1975 au- lomobiles an average of 5,8 per cent effective immediately. PAN AMERICA High and low temperatures in Celsius •nd Fahrenheit, Low High C F C F Acapulco ........ 2* __ 75 32 90 Bermuda ........ 27 81 30 84 Havana ......... 25 77 30 84 Kinastoh ........ 24 79 33 91 Mexico City ..... 14 54 25 77 San Juan ....... 75 77 31 88 Veracruz ........ 22 71 29 84 WORLD Temperatures taken at 7 a.m. (Iowa time); Celsius and Fahrenheit. „' „ (C) (Fl 5«rlin ......................... is 59 Casablanca ................... 27 BI Copenhagen ................... 17 43 Geneva ..... ....... ........... i; 4.1 London ........................ 51 70 Madrid ........................ 28 82 Moscow ........................ 24 79 Paris ...... . .................. 50 48 Rome ........................... IB 4d Saigon ........................ 75 77 Tokyo ......................... 24 75 Warsaw ....................... 54 75 DES MOINES WEATHER DATA FOR MONDAY, AUG. 25, 1975 BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE Des Moines Airport Station HOURLY TEMPERATURES: : o.m 66 p.m 65 p.m n.m p.m. o.m. o.m p.m 65 10 o.m 64 11 p.m 62 12 mid 62 f a.m ,....»! 2 a.m 60 1 a.m. 70 2 a.m 69 3 a.m 70 4 a.m 71 5 a.m 7i 6 a.m 71 7 a.m 6* S a.m 67 t a.m 47 10 a.m 67 11 a.m M 12 noon AS 1 p.m. -. M TEMPERATURE ACCUMULATION Highest at 1:00 a.m 70 Lowest at 3 p.m 65 Mean 68 Normal 71 Deficiency for the day 3 Excess sine* first of month HR Excess since first olyear 307 PRECIPITATION For Monday • ..0.29 Total this month to date 2.85 Normal since Jan. 1 to date 22.49 Deficiency since Jan. I 2.90 MISCELLANEOUS 7 a.m. 7 p.m Barometer In inches 29.83 79.96 rising falling Relative Humidity 84 63 Wind Direction N W Wind Velocity 5 6 Weather pt cldy pt cldy Sunrise today 6:34 a.m. Sunset 7:58 p.m A YEAR AGO Hiqh temperature In Des Moines 8'2 Low temperature in Des Moines. 63 There was .20 of an inch of predpiMion. RECORD TEMPERATURE FOR AUG. 26 Des-Moines-hii' .gprnrrt n»< Mnlnm hiph . In IBfll Record Des Moines low 45 In 1910 Weather Information Continuous broadcasts from the Des Moines office of the National Weather Service may be received on radio station KEC-75 (FM) at 162.55 megahertz hnort- wave). Meningitis shots BRASILIA, BRAZIL (AP) More than 71 million Brazilians have been vaccinated against meningitis this year. titat tctam *MJuJf*. >» III rvJHI AHMOLO . Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary wordi. RONOC :) YUPPP ALFACl ( n IMPING ffi (»<S h, * Ml f !--•(• |H I'ibun* *ufl'|hltftt(l'>td , ) / ^^Y~~\ OLJ ^^\ s. s s~*\ \ / AN EARLIER FOKU CF " Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Forecasts FOR TUESDAY, AUG. 27, 1975 LOCAL — Sunny today and Wednesday. Highs both rtays in lower 80s. Low tonight near 60. IOWA — Sunny and mild through Wednesday. Highs both days 80 to 85, Lows tonight mid-505 north to around 60 south. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST — Thursday through Saturday. Scattered rain Thursday and continuing In northeast Friday. Highs from upper 70s to upper 80s. Lows in upper 50s to mid-60s. ILLINOIS -. Partly sunny north todav, cloudy south with chance of showers and thunderstorms. Mostly sunny Wednesday with chance of thunderstorms extreme south. Highs today in 80s. Hlons Wednes day In 80s. Lows tonight In 40s. MINNESOTA — Clear to partly cloudy through Wednesday. Highs today 40 to 72 north, 72 to 10 South. Mighs Wednesday upper 40s and 70s north, 78 to 14 south. Lows tonight 42 to 52 north, 50s south. MISSOURI — Partly cloudy today with chance of thunderstorms central and south today, Partly cloudy Wednesday. Highs both days in IDs. Lows tonight mostly 40s. NEBRASKA — Clear to partly cloudy through tonight. Generally fair Wednesday. Highs today in upper 70s to lower 00s. Highs Wednesday mostly In lower 80s. Lows tonight In 50s west and central to around 40 southeast. SOUTH DAKOTA — Partly cloudy and mild through Wednesday with chance of showers west. Highs today in upper 70s and low 80s. Highs Wednesday In low to mid-805. Lows tonight low 50s. WISCONSIN — Clear to partly cloudy through Wednesday. Highs today mid 70s to low 80s. Highs Wednesday m!d-70s to mid-80s, Lows tonight generally in 50j. Moon Full moon Aug. 21; last quarter Aug. 29. The moon rises at 9:59 p.m. The moon sets at 11:14 a.m. Planet Mercury: Too close to-sun to see. Venus: Too close to sun to see. Mars: High southeast, dawn; quite bright, reddish. Jupiter: High south, dawn; very bright. Saturn: Low east-northeast, dawn; fairly bright. . 4 die in Ohio rainstorm CLEVELAND, OHIO (AP) Ohio's largest city struggled Monday to recover frorn^a torrential rainstorm that damaged streets and highways, tore down power lines and left four persons dead. Police continued to reroute traffic over some major thoroughfares, particularly in the University Circle area on the East Side, where Sunday's flash floods created water running six feet deep. Monday night, Mayor Ralph Perk asked that Cleveland be declared a disaster area. He said he was assured a state- Federal damage inspection team would arrive by this morning to assess the situation. The mayor's office said the damage from the rainstorm had not been fully assessed but could run into the millions of dollars. Des Moines births HITTLE — Mr. and Mrs. Henry, 2120. Cyr ST.", a aSuSfW, Monday It lew* Luther* Hospital. SKEl — Mr. and Mrs. David, of Slater, daughter, Monday at Iowa Luthera Hospital. ASHBY -• Mr, and Mrs. Larry, 1407 Mon damin Ave., a daughter, Monday a Iowa Lutheran Hospital. KUNCTITIS - Dr. and Mrs. John, Elgh teenth Street and Hlckman Road, daughter, Monday at Iowa Methodls Medical Center. PLAYLE - Mr. and Mrs. Jerry B,, 41 Nineteenth St., a son, Monday at low Methodist Medical center. SPRINGER - Mr, and Mrs. Giles W . 5197 N.W. Eightieth Place, a son, Mon .•day at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. HAYWORTH — Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L of rural Indianola, a daughter, Monda at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. THOMPSON — Mr, and Mrs. Stanley, 34 S.6. Rose Ave., a son, Monday at low Methodist Medical Center. WHISTLER — Mr. and Mrs. James T,, o Indianola, a son, Monday at Iowa Meth odlst Medical center. ALLES — Mr. and Mrs. John S., of Win terset, a son, Monday at Iowa Methodls Medical Center. WARNING - Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L., o Ames, a son, Monday at Iowa Methodis Medical Center. HOEHNE - Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, of Nor walk, a daughter, Saturday at low Methodist Medical Center. Des Moines deaths DUNCAN — Ward, 73, of Pleasanlvllle died Monday at Mercy Hospital, McCAULLEY — Ruth, 59, 4108 S.W. Fifth St., died Monday at Mercy Hospital. BK«CE — Hazel, 81, of the Bishofl Drumm Home, 1409 Clark St., died then Monday. CUNNINGHAM - Hazel, «2, 1301 E Sheridan Ave., died Monday at the Sun nyyiew Care Center In Ankeny. ENDRES - Ella K., II, 4340 N.E. Fifth St., died there Monday. JONES - Myrtle, 90, 2708 John Patterson Road, died Monday at the New Oaks Care Center, 3804 Easton Boulevard. MATHEWS — Florence M., 97, of Valley View Village, 2400 Avenue Frederick M Hubbeil, died Sunday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. BROCKWAY - Mary, 77, 29H Des Moines St., died there Monday. Rescue and fire calls A.M. 4:49— S.E. Fourteenth Street and Me Kinley Avenue, rescue. 7:14—4200 Park Ave., malfunctioning alarm. 1:13—1638 Walker 'St., rescue. 8:52—4)1 Hackley Ave.,. rescue. 8:58—2800 Fleur Drive, rescue. 9:04-Third Street at the MacVicar Free way overpass, rescue. 9:43—1218 Thirty-fourth St., alarm mal function. • . v 10:54-225 S.W. Park Ave., rescued 11:19—1028 Fourth St., rescue. 11:50— E. First Street and Court Avenue .. 2:08_E. Fourteenth and DouglarAvenue, rescue. 2:14— Second and Grand avenues, retcue, 3:23-220 S.W. Virginia Ave., dwelling 4:03—3422 Beaver Ave., rescue. 4:17-S.E. Fifth Street and Indianola Road, rescue. 4:24-1317 E. Twenty-fourth St., elecfrlca short. 4:34-19)4 Center St., alarm malfunction. 5:25—835 Buchanan St., dwelling. 4:03-2403 Flffy-tftird St., rescue. 4:34— E. Fifteenth Street and Grand Ave nue, rescue. 8:43— S.w. Twelfth Street and Army Poit Road, rescue. 9:42-400 block of University Avenue. trash. AWAY NSOP VgRF PURIN6 1972-1975 CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Will Weng of Hie New York Times ACROSS 1 Kind of tennis 5 Kind of skate 10 Marshes 14 Genus of olives 15 Heart outlet 16 Medieval land holding 17 Norwegian prince, in "Hamlet" 19 Split. 20 Driving area 21 Beaks 22 Made edging 24 Vehemence 25 Roman historian 26 People in a cast 29 Monotony 33 Solacing word 34 Demolish 35 Kind of type: Abbr. 36 Ravelings 59 Hard baseball drive €0 Waterless 61 Deuce's follower 62 Chemical suffix 63 Cats and dogs DOWN of grain" 38 Calif, wine center 39 Baseball brother 40 Hoary 41 Station 42 Plant derivatives 44 Works by painter Albrecht 45 Land measures 46 Confines 47 day (modern) .10 Lighten 51 Dandy 54 Miss Adams 55 Notation in 1812 Overture 58 "The Decline and of.. ." 1 Niblick stroke 2 Century plant 3 »if i king" 4 King Cole 5 Chair workers 6 Stamp-collecting, e.g. 7 Miscalculates 8 loss 9 TV-watching, etc. 10 Rams'rivals 11 Blue-pencil 12 Church area -W-Vehicte 18 Toughen 23 Salutation 24 Luckily 25 Loafed 26 Reference book 27 Concepci6n's land 28 Part of a joint 29 Relief-pitchers' goals 30 Storehouse 31 Flavor 32 Nickname of Cards' Marty Marion 34 Frenzies 37 Insect found near ponds or lakes 41 Beach hills 43 Anger 44 Streetcar name 46 Eucharistic plate 47 Kind of turn or over 48 Hebrew month 49 Mah-jongg piece 50 Aquatic bird -•tt 52 Leave .out 53 Seal herds 56 Fuel 57 Weaken ANSWW TO PMVIOUJ PUZZLE aaau QLJUUU UUUDi (JULJ LJOJUUU LiUOULJ LJUH UUUtJ (.JUt'lUtl QQQ uajatj Hurjuy iaaao UMUUU r.?:>j;:iii GQUQH [ir.KlUM [il fin ancinu mw\n nndi BQLin aauo aaaa 1 14 17 20 'i 3 \ Jumbles PATCH SHYLY UNLESS QUEASY Anotrr; JJoitll to main: n cuHiiiLlinii.'- HYPHEN 47 54 58 fi'l " 48 49 Charmer* The Clretti Friendship flower* in love's sunshine. "Ht's supposed to read you your rights, Daddy." I h<» Wizard of Id Judge Parker DID HE SAY WHERE WILLSON JUST TORE OUT OF \ HE WAS GOING? HERE LIKE HE WAS GOING hrr—, , —i— n TO A FIRE. SAM.' _ -(fT--- / / jj? NO/1 CALLED TO HIM BUT UHAT CAN ONLY HE DIDN'T HEAR ME f HE MEAN ONE THING! HAD A STRANGE, INTENSE/HE'S HEADED BACK LOOK ON HIS FACE.' f^ TO t.T.PACE'S HOME.' Hex Morgan, M.D. IS IT NECESSARY THAT YOU GO N07MR.CONSTANTINE SAID THEV JUST HAVE SOME ROUTINE IF THAT PHONE INTERRUPTS US ONCE MORE, I'LL BE CERTAIN THERE'S A CONSPIRACY GOING ON TO KEEP US FROM BEING ALONE/ THAT WAS MY ATTORNEY/ THEY'RE HAVING AN INQUEST II BILL'S DEATH QUESTIONS TO ASK—AND THEY CAN SEND AN INVESTIGATOR HERE/ Blondie ( THIS IS THE WO3ST \ BPEAKPAST I EVE* V , TASTED.' I LIKE MY EGGS .1|( PIPE DOWN OR I'LL THROW YOU OUT, OUT OUT/ AND MY BACOtsI SOFT, SOFT CRISP, CRISP. SIM AND QU BRING YOU TO THIS ONCE £ONG BOMS-CAVE HIPE-PLACE' NOW WE SET you our, BUT NOT IF YOU TUR/V TO HOCK. AN'CAN'T WALK! WHY ARE YOU PO/NG TH/5 FOR ME? KEEP YOU ALIVE UNTIL SISTER QU GROW UP AN' - SHE WISH TO SE YANKEE HOUSEWIFE - SECURE ENOUGH TO FIGHT FOR LIBERATION! SHOW IM HOU TOU6H ARE.'SHOW VM THAT WYE BEEN LIVIN6 WITH THE COYOTES.'PlMJH'lM OUT.' I WHW6HA ' 'SlfcS'S;* ,... OERRY-BABE? \ MUST'VE BEEN SOMETHIN& / ABOUT THE OREGON OUTLAW*/ HEWS OF WILt? BUFFALO, HOSTILE INPIAKIS WOW/ 1 0rr THEVSOL7 A LOT OF TRAVELER^ CHECKS IH THOSE PAYS €itiz«n Smith "Take those back where you found them and bring his work gloves." ''Calm down! You w»rt robbed by whom — a crook, a gm station, the supermort, the gov«rnm>jnt. ..?"

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