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6S / DES MOINES REGISTER Frl., Aug. 29, 1975 The family Clrcas Charmers Love...the shortest distance between two hearts. "We'ra gettin' close to horn* 'cause there's our gas station and there's A.J.'s Market and that's Potter's tennis court and . . ." he Wizard of Id HOW HAVE SANITATION THAT'S , IMPOSSIBLE! Judge Parker THERE'S WILL50N.' ^ I WHAT'S Ur> 'W I'M WAITING HE'S STANDING JU5T OUTSIPE-THE-ENTRANCE MY FRIEND?! POLICE.' I CALLED THEM.' BEAUTIFUL.' BEAUTIFUL.' KNOW THAT DONNA BEING KIDNAPPED B' THE SECRET TWENTY.' TO PACE'S HOME! IffiWHAT'S HE TRYING TO DO, 5AM? A Hex Morgan, WHV? I f BECAUSE I DONT WANT TO \ PERHAPS HURT HIS FEELINGS/ I THINK i YOU'D HE'D BE UPSET IF HE KNEW T BETTER YOU WERE HERE ALONE WITH ME / HE ASKED TO SPEAK TO JUNE— AND-I-DIDN TELL HIM SHE WASN'T HERE/ I DON'T KNOW WHETHER YOU' AWARE OF IT—BUT I JUST TOLD KEITH A LITTLE WHITE LIE / GO NOW REX.' ""v*^^ ^>>—-ui I JUST MAO A DPEAM ) TMAT 1 WAS A GPEAT ) THAT WAS NO OOM-PA-PA-• )'" l|i THAT WAS YOU SNORING.' j ,- S I COUL.D EVEN HEAC? TMEPE GOES ANOTHER 1 FABULOUS CAREER NIPPED IN THE BUO Sieve Canyon WAV.' MAKE WAY/ FOR PREGNANT ]*,f OF HERO OF THE \ WIDOW.... >U LIBERATION OF STUPID VIETNAMESE! ./ WHAT OCCURS HERE Doubts need of refugee welfare aid KANSAS CITY, MO. (AP) A member of the Iowa Employment Security Commission told federal officials here Thursday that Indochina refugees need not end up on welfare rolls. "We don't like welfare in Iowa," said Colleen Shearer, who is also Iowa's co-orclinalor for resettling refugees. "Medical assistance should be available, but those people do not have to be on welfare." Shearer made her statement at a conference wilh federal authorities who are seeking ways to speed up the rescl(le- nient process. Two points that were discussed at length were the insistence and assurance that refugees would not replace American workers and would not wind up on welfare rolls. "Much to Offer" Ana Riojas. a refugee co-or- dinator for the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW), agreed with Shearer and said: "These are dedicated people, industrious and willing to work and they've got the guts and the moxie to do it. And the younger ones want to go to school at night. "They have much to offer to our society. We cannot lose." Richard Friedman, HEW's regional director at Chicago, III., said many refugees are taking jobs that usually go begging in newspaper want-ads. 45,000 in Camps A new tabulation showed that Missouri has taken 1,486 of about 85,000 resettled refugees, Kansas 1.036, Iowa 818 and Nebraska 608. It also showed slightly more than 45,000 waiting at the camps for sponsors. Shearer told the conference of Wednesday's decision by Iowa Gov. Robert D. Ray and the heads of six state agencies to seek the resettlement of about 100 families of Thai Dam people who have taken refuge in Thailand since the Communist takeover forced them out of Laos. The plan is to place them with farmers throughout Iowa, and Shearer is working through the state's farm organizations to line up sponsors. Purposes Told Anyone who has reservations about becoming a sponsor should visit Ft. Chaffee. Ark.. Shearer said. "You will find yourself committed in spite of yourself." Friedman said two purposes of the conference were to correct a lot of misinformation about resettlement and find cures for deficiencies that have developed in the resettlement process. Shearer said she had found a way to attack the deficiencies. "You find someone as high up as you can in Washington and you keep calling them," she said. DUt from NATIONAL WEATHER SfRVICt iw Hi|h TtmpmtvrM S^*J ^90 *° A? t' V • u f»• Oayiim* f ridgy j"-*^>->_ '''••• .4 »r».i»lt«li»n H»t tn<l<«»<- C«M»ll U««l f«f«««H f *"*~~*^.,~^a ^~ 83 84 (H) (P) 8) 0.03 80 Tra 0.05 0.22 Tra Tra 0.02 0,07 0.00 MM 0.17 0.00 0.00 0.05 0.00 0.02 77 80 77 76 78 81 79 81 82 80 Crop plane crashes in field The Register's Iowa News Service SAC CITY, IA. - A crop- spraying plane struck a highlinc wire and crashed into a cornfield about two miles northwes 1 of here Thursday afternoon Sac County Sheriff Duane Rohcle said. Darrell Johnson of Sac City the pilot, was treated at Loring Hospital in Sac City for a buni|: on the elbow and released, saic Rohde. Rohde said the single-engine plane, valued a $17,000, was complete loss. He said the wheels hit the wire and were torn off and the plane nose dived into the field. Johnson crawled out of the cockpit. Rohde said. WOOL NEW YORK, THURSDAY (AP) — VVoo futures on the New York Cotton Ex change; previous close In parentheses prices in cents per Ib; Mar 151.5 (155.0). Sales: I Temperatures High and low temperatures through 7 p.m. Thursday IOWA (L) Audubon 63 Burlington 70 Cedar Rapids 65 78 Council Blulls 71 Davenport 08 Decorah 66 Des Moines 68 Dubuque , 68 Iowa Cjty 68 Lamon 65 Mapleton 68 Mason City 68 Ottumwa 69 Sioux City 70 Spencer 65 Waterloo 68 UNITED STATES „ „ ^ Albany 51 79 0.00 Albuquerque 58 90 0.06 Amarillo 67 8|) 0.00 Anchorage 44 60 O.UO Ashevillc 63 80 0.56 Atlanta 67 80 0.76 Atlantic City 63 77 0.00 Austin 71 90 0.04 Baltimore 63 85 0.00 Billings ,... 54 92 0.00 Birmingham 71 88 O.OU Bismarck 56 89 0.00 Boise 58 72 0.00 Boston 66 It tl.OO Brownsville 73 92 0.00 Buffalo 55 78 0.00 Burllnqton, VI 55 77 0.00 Casper 54 88 0.00 Charleston S.C 71 89 1.05 Charleston, W.Va. ... 62 88 0.00 Charlotte N.C 68 86 2.47 Cheyenne 52 81 O.oo Chicago 70 83 0.00 Cincinnati 66 88 0.00 Cleveland 58 83 0.00 Columbia, S.C 70 88 1.14 Columbus, Ohio 65 88 0.00 Dallas 71 93 0.00 Dayton 63 85 0.00 Denver 54 85 0.00 Detroit 56 82 0.00 Duluth 56 60 0.24 El Paso 65 96 0.00 Fairbanks 36 55 0.00 Farqo 62 83 0.00 Great Falls 57 83 0.02 Hartford 54 85 0.00 Helena 54 73 0.02 Honolulu 71 86 0.00 Houston 73 88 0.03 Indianapolis 67 88 0.00 Jackson, Miss 72 92 0.05 Jacksonville 72 91 0.00 Juneau 45 61 0.03 Kansas City 69 79 0.33 Las Veaas 71 95 0.00 Little Rock 70 94 0.00 Los Angeles.......... 58—84 0.00 Louisville 70 9? 0.00 Memphis 73 93 0.00 Miami Beach 80 85 0.08 Milwaukee 65 83 0.01 Minneapolis 68 79 0.51 Nashville 71 92 0.00 New Orleans 74 93 0.00 New York 62 82 0.00 Norfolk, Va 65 85 0.00 North Platte 64 86 0.00 Oklahoma City 69 87 n.03 Omaha 71 83 0.22 Orlando 75 91 0.36 Philadelphia 65 84 0.00 Phoenix 71 102 0.00 Pittsburgh 57 BO 0.00 Portland, Me 53 77 0.00 Portland, Ore 55 67 0.44 Providence 67 81 o.no Rflleiqh 62 89 0.00 Rapid City « if, O.nn Reno 53 77 000 Richmond 62 88 0.00 St. Louis 71 87 0.02 St. Petcrsburq 76 It 0.17 Salt Lake City 62 87 0.00 San Antonio 71 91 O.no San Diego 59 75 0.00 San Francisco 5R 69 O.nn Sault Sainte Marie ..48 65 0.10 -Seattle 54 6R 067 Spokane 51 67 0.19 Syracuse 55 75 O.nn- Tucson 72 96 000 Tulsa 7? H9 0.27 Washington, D.C 68 87 0.00 PAN AMERICA High and low temperatures in Celsius and Fahrenheit. Forecasts FOR FRIDAY, AUG. 29, 1975 LOCAL •-• P,irtly tunny tod,iy, high in upper 80s. Priir tonight, low around 70. Chance of showers S.iUircl.iy, high in middle to upper 80s. IOWA - • Shower thrr,it ending c<v,l todny wilh cliiince of showers northwest. Sunny northwest Saturday with chdiKo of shower-, southeast. Highs today in 70s northeast and 80s else- v.lierc. Highs Saturday In 80s. Lows tonight in bOs. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Sunday through Tuesday; Occasional showers and thunderstorms through period. Highs mostly in 80s. Lows in 60s. ILLINOIS — Mostly cloudy and humid today with showers and thundershowers likely. Partly sunny and humid Saturday. Hishs mostly In 80s today with lows from mid-60s north to mld-70s south. Highs Saturday 85 to 93. MINNESOTA — Chance of showers and thunderstorms today. Variable cloudiness Saturday with showers and thunderstorms ending southwest. Highs today 60s northeast to upper 80s southwest. Highs Saturday 70 northeast to upper 80s southwest. Lows tonight 50s to low 60s. MISSOURI — Variable cloudiness and humid through Saturday with periods o showers arid thunderstorms. Highs both days mid-80s to low 90s. Lows tonigh upper 60s to mid-70s. NEBRASKA -- Clear to parlly cloudy through Saturday with isolated thundershowers' northwest and chance of thundershowers elsewhere. Hlshs both days in mid-80s to near 90. Lows tonight mid- 50s northwest to near 70 southeast. SOUTH DAKOTA — Partly cloudy through Saturday. Highs both days in mld-SOs to near 90. Lows tonight JOs to around 60. WISCONSIN — Partly cloudy through Sat urday with showers and thunderstorms north and chance of showers south to day. Highs today low 70s to low 80s with lows in 60s. Highs Saturday mid-70s to mid-SOS. DAY'S RECORD Iowa deaths ARTI RTHyR-Mrs.J>uane Johnson, 56. ATTLE C R E B K-Mrs. Amanda Leta Mlchels, "'IOWA CITY-John S. Gookln, 68; Mrs. May E. Stillwell, 88; John Movers, 85; Charles E. smith, 70. HCJI lua t, ^iinnii fv, JESUP-Mrs. Aloha Paulson, 88. NASHUA-Mrs. Hazel Roberts, 78; Or- In Wait, 86; W. H. Struckman, M. OXFOffD-Rufh Schmidt, 77; Orlo Ed- rln Wait, 86; W. H. Struckman OXFOffD-Rufh Schmidt, 77; «• ,a cu- wards, 63; Mrs. Evelyn Sailer, 57. SIOOX CITY-Louis K. Temple, 65; Mrs. Dale Thompson, 76; Clifford Rave, 43; Mrs. Fred Less, 90; Louis A. Yount, Ir., 73; Mrs. Albert Molr, 83. SOLON—Lester B. Bahmler, 83; Mrs. Agnes Ovorsky, 63. WALKER-Mrs. Dorothy L. Sllfe, 6<. WEST LIBERtr-Mrs. Edith M. Inghram, 89. DCS Moines deaths McCONKEY—Tommy Lee. 38, ol Altoona, died Thursday at Mercy Hospital. SHOPMAN - Robert M., 87, of Waukeo, died Thursday at Northwest Community Hospital. DCS Moines births VENFNGA — Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, 2213 E. Fourteenth St., a daughter, Thursday at Broadlawns Polk County NORMAN'-- Mr. and Mrs. Ben, 3100 St. John's Road, a son, Thursday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. COLGROVE — Mr. anrl Mrs. Charles, 3819 Seventh St.. n ctauahter, Thursday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. ORR — Mr. and Mrs. Terry, 1700 5.E. Forly.flrst Place., a son, Thursday at Iowa Lutheran Hospital. CUMMINS — Mr. and Mrs. Richard, of De Solo, a daughter, Thursday at Mercy ROW" — 'Mr. and Mrs. George, 350 S.E. Creston Ave., a son, Thursday at Mer- cv Hospital. BOWN — Mr. and Mrs. Frederick, ol indlanola, a daughter, Thursday at Iowa Method's! Medical Center. CHRISTENSEN — Mr. and Mrs. Ted, ol rural Granger, a son, Thursday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. SHIPLEY - Mr. and Mrs. D. Michael, ol rural Ankeny, a son, Thursday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. REED — Mr. and Mrs. James, 345 Marlou Parkway, a son, Thursday at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. Rescue and fire calls A.M. 8:22—920 E. Eleventh St., unnecessary alarm. 8:44—1611 Twenty-seventh St., rescue. 9:43—1704 E. Euclid Ave., asphalt tank, out on arrival. 11:07—t-. Sixth Street and Grand Avenue, rescue. 11:08—721 Sixteenth St., rescue.' P.M. 1:04—E. Fourteenth Street and Court Avenue, rescue. 2:00—3422 N. Union St., logs. 2:37—2026 Meek Ave., rescue. 2:54-1827 Williams St., rescue. 5:57—E. Twelfth and Des Moines streets, out on arrival. 7:08-1321 Clark St., rescue. 7:57-1258 E. Thirty-seventh St., rescue. Low High C F C F Acapulco 25 77 V> in Bermuda 26 79 31 88 Havana :.'.'.. ;~.—7^—77—TT——m— Kingston 25 77 31 Mexico City 12 n n San Juan 25 77 31 Veracruz 23 72 32 88 72 an 90 WORLD Temperatures tak»n at 7 a.m. (Iowa time); Celsius and Fahrenheit. Berlin 23 72 rasablanca 26 79 Copenhagen n 72 Geneva ID 66 London 25 77 Madrid 95 77 Moscow 16 61 Paris 24 75 Rome 27 81 Saigon 35 77 Tokyo 26 79 Warsaw 23 72 DES MOINES WEATHER DATA FOR THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 1975 BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE Des Moines Airport Station HOURLY TEMPERATURES: 1 a.m. 1 a.m. 3 a.m. 72 77 71 a.m 71 .. 5 a.m. . 7 a.in M H fl.m 7(1 9 fl.m 70 0 a,m 71 1 a.m 72 5 noon 7? 1 p.m 74 D.m 7i P.m. p.m. ] S 6 p.m. 7 p.m. 8 p.m. 9 p.m 10 p.m'. .".,..".'... 72 11 P.m 71 19 mid 71 1 a.m 70 2 a.m 67 o.m 76 77 7 ? 5 72 TEMPERATURE ACCUMULATION Highest at 6:00 p.m ........ ..... 77 Lowest at 7 a.m .............. ' '*n Mean ................ ........ .......... 71 Normal ..................... ...... 70 Excess lor Ihe day ............. ". "/•••'^ Excess since first of month ............. Ill '^ .............. 307 Back in court for jail escape Donavan Lee Frazier, 22, of Aurelia, appeared before U.S. Magistrate Ronald E. Longstaff here Thursday on a charge of escaping from federal custody last Sunday while a prisoner at the Story County Jail in Nevada. F r a z i e r pleaded in- DONAVAN n o c e n t and FRAZIER bond was set at $20,000. He is being held in the Polk County Jail here. Frazier also is accused of attempting to rob the Farmers Trust and Savings Bank of Earling July 14. He left the Story County Jail Sunday after posing as another inmate who was scheduled to be released. Frazier was recaptured Wednesday in Boone. Firm goes bankrupt © Aicne* Franee-PresJt TOKYO, JAPAN - After chalking up debts of $489 million, the major Japanese textile firm Kohjin went bankrupt Thursday as the firm applied for salvage under the corporate rehabilitation law. SATELLITE WEATHER WATCH HA* OVER 10,000 IN6TANTPKIA CROSSWORD PUZZLE Edited by Will Wen? of The New York Times UP Ip 7 P.m. Thursday ................. o.02 Total this month to date .......... 90S Normal since Jan. 1 to date .......... 2? «/ excess since .Mn. 1 .............. 2 9<: MISCELLANEOUS Barometer in inches ........ 30.17 3d!o2 - ... ,, ... falling falling Relalive Humidity .............. gi 71 Wind Direction .... ............ ..5 s Wind Velocity .................. 9 IQ Weather . ............ pi. cldv cldv Sunrise today 6:37 a.m. Sunset 7:53 p.m A YEAR AGO High temperature in Des Moines ....... 75 Low temperature in DCS Moines ......... 55 There was no precipitation. RECORD TEMPERATURES FOR AUG. !9 Record Des Moines high ........ 96 in 1953 Record Des Moines low ......... 43 in 1946 Moon The schedule of the moon risinn and setting was provided by Prof Philip Rigns of the Drake University Astronomy Department. Last quarter Aug. 29; new moon sept. 5. ,ij The moon rises nt 11 :57 p.m. •* The moon sets at 2:09 p.m. Planets Mercury: Too close to sun to see. Venus : Too close to sun to see. Mars: High southeast, dawn; guile bright, reddish. Jupiler: High south, dawn; very bright. Saturn: Low east-northeast, dawn; fairly bright. Weather Information Continuous broadcasts from the Nati Des Moines office of the National Weather Service may be received on radio station KEC-75 (FM) at 162.55 megahertz (short- wave). Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. HOCKE YAKDOP 1 C) CHAUW ~ /**\ ?*~*2 :) Print Die SURPRISE ANSWER here // -, VVHAT A WOAAAN A\AV CLASP TO HER &05O\\. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. ACROSS 1 Musical work 6 Jezebel's husband 10 Bit of medicine 14 Dishonor 15 Organism's body 16 Summit 17 Complains 18 Tilt, as a ship 19 Scruff 20 What artists prefer 23 devie 24 Debt: Abbr. 25 Rajahs 32 Word with hood or rib 33 Hasten 34 Poetic Muse 36 Miss Gardner 37 Wayside 38 Marble 39 Degrees of heat: Abbr. 42 Scholastic org. 43 Smooth 45 Scarlett O'Hara 48 Scottish refusal 49 Prefix for puncture 50 Breakfast fare 57 Derby entry 58 Judgment 59 Ship crane 61 Stance 62 Ferber «3 Halting place 64 From away off 65 Ruminant 66 Thick DOWN 1 Vibrate: Abbr. 2 Biggers's sleuth 3 Elephant's-ear 4 Catherine the Great 5 Having a will 6 Court's Arthur 7 Gardener, at times 27 River or wine 28 Forty 29 French historian 30 Assessment amount 31 Part of a poem 32 " chance!" 35 Be beholden to 40 Type of humorist 41 Law: Abbr. 43 Withdrew 44 Howl, as a wolf 8 Church corner 9 Lee Marvin's Cat 10 Participle, at times 11 Bright fish 12 Month: Abbr. 13 English river 21 Cry's partner 22 Fit for: Suffix 25 Roof parts 26 Southern shrine 47 Dull noise 50 Warp's companion 51 Lanchester 52 Gave a hard time to 53 "With malice toward " 54 Poet 55 Author Hunter 56 Upends 57 Acct. 60 Letter ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE si/' •sv' >j A ^ J| Vcslcrda)'» (\n»v.rr» tomorrow) Jumble.; RIVET ARRAY MIDDAY GOPHER AJIDHIT: /" "»'••' nidlcll H'x Illl-'llin I -llhinlll: r fur lilllfr .s/(/f In Innt lln.- ullui -MARRIAGE ASK Wl/l? VI MOM IF £HE F WANTS HER CAR WASHEP.. TELL HEff I ONLY CHARGE FIVE ACL 5H£ CAN CM is FIFTY-CENTS 8-2<f /FOR FIFTY-CENTS CLEAN OITT THE 6LOtfE ^[COMPARTMENT Wee Pal* TAKING UP TENNIS, CONNIE - f RIGHT.' I'M GOING TO BE BILLIE JEAN KING CMRIS EVERT AND MARGARET 1 COURT ALL ROLLED VjNTO ONE/ FINDING A TENNIS^ OUTFIT TO FIT VOU/j I THINK YOU'RE GONNA HAVE A PROBLEM WHAT PROBLEM, NIPPER? The Belter Half Citizen Smith "Of course, the historical accuracy of my story has been sacrificed in the interest of the main character's security." "I know you saved a lot of money using those coupons. But you bought a bunch of stuff we'll never use

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