Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 28, 1974, Page 3

Cedar Rapids Gazette

May 28, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The t'fdar Hapids Gazette: Tues., May 28, 1974 Professor Turned Premier Commits Portugual To Democratic U.S. Firm i From Oil Deal British Medical Journal Debunks All Ways To Avoid Heart Attack By Peter Uebersax LISBON (UPI) regime will hold free that democracy will malcy whatever the tenden- cies of the new government.'' Premier'01 a assembly and stay." the president of the republic bv Of course, there are dicta- Adelino da 1'alma Carlos has1 r pledged his government to self- determination for the peoples of next spring, and permit the ter-jlorships of various colors, ritories of Angola, (lumen and'Palma Carlos was reminded. ,.Mozambique to decide on their! "I want no dictatorship, nci- both Portugal and the African (future in an equally free rcfcr-lthcr from the right nor the: 1 he said. "I want democra- territories. 11 eiuium. "We want said the new Portuguese......... its will." he said in an i exclusive interview. "The will C. R. Pair Faces >f is tlic negotiations for an Keiiadoiun; en-joil contract when Japan offered: problems inflation, low pro- duetivity, insufficient foreign in- vestment, predominance of ag- riculture over industry be solved without the support of the "200 families" who have This, probably, was one Portugal's economy? son why Portugal's new rulers abolished the secret police. he said. "We have the _. i that counties." Three Charges! sitting in the Sao Bento forces. We have nor- ace offices once occupied by the mal Poliw' lhe juridical police, Jon Enabnit. 20. of 1061 Jumper drive SW. 'and Robert B. Shepard. 19. of 2118 Blake boulevard SK, have been! charged with possession of marijuana, criminal trespass and contributing to the delin- quency of a minor. They and three Cedar Rapids girls, ages 15, 13 and 17, were arrested Sunday afternoon at a quarry near Morgan Creek park after a deputy checked out a car parked near the quarry. Shepard was released from the. county jail on order from the sheriff, and Enabnit was released to the community court services. The girls were leased to their parents. late dictator Antonio do Oliveira Salazar and his successor Mar- cello Caetano. Palma Carlos looks like the university don he was until a week ago much more than the head of a govern- too. But we won't have a politi- cal police." His own police protection'.' Junta's Future? "A policeman outside ment that needs to be tough if not ruthless to solve Portugal's problems. Wars, Strikes re NDP Kept Alive Six More Months The Cedar Rapids Neigh borhood Development Prograr (NDP) will be funded for an ad ditional six months, Plannin; Director Don Salyer said Tue; day. The NDP was to end June 30 but the city applied for an add t i o n a 1 year's funding. Th Omaha regional office of In federal department of housin; and urban development (HUD has authorized an additiona to fund the progran until Dec. 31. Projects planned for the addi tional period include clearance redevelopment, building reha bilitation and paving work in the Riverside and Oak Hill de- velopment areas. Waukon Services Set For James Henessy WAUKON James Henessy 46, Waukon city water superin tendent, died Sunday night of an apparent heart attack. Mr. Henessy had been em- ployed by (lie city of Waukon for the last 15 years, the last seven of which he served as su- perintendent. Bora April 26, 1929, at Lan- sing, he is survived by his wife, Catherine, four sons, James, jr., Waukon; Ralph, Billy and Bobby, all at home; two daugh- ters, Janice and Joanne, both at home; two brothers, John, Lansing; William, Campbell Calif., and three sisters, Mrs Leo Moore, Seattle; Mrs. Ralph Gamboni, and Mrs. Leo Me Geough, Chicago. Wednesday at 10 a St. Patrick's church. Rosary a 8 Tuesday at Bakke-Hanson's where friends may call until 1 p.m. Tuesday. The tasks ahead include ing'the decade-old bush wars in Africa and preventing anarch) from seizing the nation whic! celebrated the advent of free dom a month ago with revolt! tionary fervor and followed uj on the military coup with spree of strikes. More than 6C political groupings have sprung up from the ruins of Caetano's one-party state. "Liberty was quickly won but many are not used to it.' Palma Carlos sighs. He sits at -the same desk where Salazar and Caetano once sat, looking 20 years younge than his 69 years, smoothing i shock of bushy salt-and-peppe hair, offering visitors Du Maurier cigarettes from newly broken carton on his desk. Salazar and Caetano, both withdraw and austere, neve smoked. ;cidoor. Nobody for my family. 1 lave two sous, one a professoi of medicine, one a lawyer on my staff." Will next year's legally elect- [overnment be independent Three Arrested for Marijuana Possession Russell A. Mclntyre, 18, of 184 Cherry Hill road NW; Loren D. Kalina, 19. of 1715 Thirteenth avenue SE, and Kick A. Al- mirall. 18, of 1915 Jchnson ave- nue NW, have been charged with possession of marijuana. They ware arrested by Linn deputies Saturday night after a car driven by Mclntyre was stopped on highway 213 south of Cedar Rapids because ore of the headlights was burned out. Mclnlyrc and Kalina were released to community court services, and Almirall was re- leased on posting bond. Spring Elections He listed his main problems: "First and foremost, bringing peace to Africa. Second, almosi as important, the social situa- tion. Third, the economy. We must re-establish a climate of tranquility and confidence as quickly as possible." And next that is far down :he list only because there is al- most a year to solve the ques- tion is the task of spring free elections. Will the elections, to which the government ,and the mili- :ary President Antonio de Spinola have firmly commit- f the military junta which is ow the supreme authority in ie country, with its backdrop f 200 young army officers? Will he junta be dissolved? "I cannot commit myself on his he said after some reflection. "The question has not been formally discussed yet. But personally I'm convinced hat after the elections we will return to constitutional nor- :ed themselves for next year, be truly free? "This, I can assure Palma Carlos said. With the participation of any party of the left or right? "All the parties parties ol the left, center and right are in Portugal righl Open To All Would it be thinkable for a pro-Salazar party to participate in the vote? "We will let everybody partic- ipate. Freely. We want the elec- tions to express the will of the people. With security, precision and fidelity." Is democracy taking root in Portugal, or is there a possibili ty of a return to dictatorship? "I have always been an op- timist, even during the long Palma Carlos said, "i have always had confidence in Democratic solutions. After half a century of dictatorship, Por- tugal has lost any love for that system. There is an enormous Flags Again Sfoien from C.R. Display A S50 reward has been offeree for information leading Jo the return of eight flags with senti- mental value stolen Monday night from- Cedar Memoria cemetery. The reward is being offeree by Hanford American Legion and Cedar Memorial. David Linge, Cedar Memoria manager, said the eight flags were among some which traditionally line' the cemeter) roadways on Memorial day. The flags were given to the families of veterans buried in Cedar Memorial by the feder- al government. After being used to drape the caskets, the flags were donated to the cemetery association by the families. The flags were not put away Monday night because they were still wet from the rain. Linge said the theft re- ported to the police, "but all we really would like is to have them returned. If the culprit would just return them and leave them on the grounds someplace so we could get them back, that would be fine." Linge said the flags are val- ued at about each, but the main value is sentimental. He added that his own fa- her's flag was one of the eight itolen. Persons with information about the flags may telephone Linge at 393-8000, or the Ameri- can Legion, 364-6146. emerging now." Man Charged With Assault After Accident Robert A. Baldwin, 20, of 1312 L street SW, was charged Mon- day with assaulting the driver of another car involved in an accident. The accident occurred in Elli: park at 6i30 p.m. when a car driven by Dennis Pfiffner, 3701 Kencrest drive NE, was struck in the rear by a second car. Both drivers stopped after the accident. The driver of the striking car allegedly grabbe( Pfiffner by the neck, began yell ing at him and then returned to his car and drove away. Pfiffner reported the car's li cense number to police, who slopped the car in the 1400 block of Fourth street NW and arrest ed Baldwin. at Times Camera ell 3rd ANNUAL SPRING PHOTO SHOW FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY Every day except Sun- day we're happy to pro- vide you with this extra little service. It doesn't mnke us money, just friends. pharmacies 7 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS "It is necessary that the lead- ers of free enterprise cooperate ivith us." he conceded. Didn't Seek Job Slightly raising his hands, 'alma Carlos replied with a that his firm and Japan had Ab''j By Robert Musel plasma lipids and avoidance of fatal coronary heart disease in 'LONDON (UI'D-One of Brl-lltwKliseasc- classes of individuals: "there is no proof that such' Non-siniiki-rs had llnislicrt '.'I activity offsets coronary marathon run of 2K miles at Uny time in their lives; Non-smokers wliu scared vrel! on a maximum treadmill stress test; Non-smoking cardiac patients who have achieved six miles a to buy all the countrVs asked the f, i, I avoid a'heart Can the nations economic for the next me years. i I he uiiici Ashland board chairman at the.. mi bl somethillg ta Atkins told the Ohio that the honest an- theories that stress, fatigue. itemational Trade Conference at the moment is a depression and bid about 30 competitors for the j All the things that logically contract that meant 40.000 bar-'should help prevent heart at- rels of oil a Jav. j lacks, said the Lancet, simply Jollier "adverse psychological situations" affect the heart, day in a supervised rchabili- lleart attacks are more com-jtation course. Atkins said 'it was an not do so and its editorial nothing contract, and went to j included a long Ifcrt of these Japan because of its offer to buy Ecuador's bananas, lie mon among people shocked by a death in the family or by sud- ,deii dismissal from a job. But including low-fat diets, loss j[ Kaid, has not yet been weight, adequate exercise, giv-jadcqualelv documented. Ashland dropped out of the bid-! nig up wgarels and emotional i smokiii" Obesity ding at that point. (stability. I didn't think we could con-! "So far." the editorial went! The Lancet suggested patients They said that to (he Lancet question: "Can 1 avoid heart at- They would reply: "Yes, by assuming a life style as- sociated with immunity to heart disease the marathon run- t UIUI! (IIIIIK LVJllHI Lull- ,i I firm no to whether he sought Ashland dealers thatjon, "despite all the effort be urged to give up smok-j Want ads help you find, buy money that has been spent, the ing and to lose weight, as quickly and cconomi- job. "The first I heard of the revo- ution was when my wife told me there was something in the streets. 1 went to my office any- way. It was a tremendous sur- prise when Gen. Spinola called me and offered me the job." He still calls Caetano his triend. Other "friends" are my books my library holds sever- al thousand and my classical records." One favorite pasttime is the annual summer vacation at Montreux on Switzerland's Lake Geneva. And who is the person in his- tory he admires most? ''Jesus Christ" was the prompt answer. bananas would be a goixl givea- as part of the firm's gas- oline production program, he said. GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS For Kiwi, Bookkllpmg, Oinuol Inhu- mation ond Olfiti: Not liilid iilow Wl............................398.8211 Mon.lhiuSnt.8o.rn.lo7p.nl. Sunday! Until 12 Noon Hnlidayillo.rn.lo7p.nl. Want Mon. thru Fri. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday until 12 noon Dilplay 3M-IH2 8 o.m. to S p.m. evidence that eliminating risk ing and obesity are Dial 398-8234. factors will eliminate heart dis-jin other forms of illness. But it: ease adds up to little more than cautioned doctors to remember; zero in terms of in the present state of: heart disease on a public health j knowledge "the cure should notj scale. worse than the disease j Proof" Life, it sa'd, should be en- "Obesity, exercise, blood- lipids and diet have held I lie joyed and rewarding. "Matters governing emotional: stage for many years at should be consciously time instilling such that some believers lung past; "And the protection all this their prime were to be seen injgives? We cannot say." public parks in shorts and sing- jets (tee shirts) exercising in The editorial drew a reply from Drs. T. Bas.sler and J. their free time, later returning jScaff of the American Medical home to a meal of indescribable Joggers Assn. of North Holly- caloric severity in pursuit of the wood. Calif., who said they had cult of physical fitness, low never seen or heard of a case of Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers Ambulance.........366-765.1 Fire...............398-5343 Highway Patrol 364-5171 After Hours......363-5629 Police.............398-5353 Sheriff.............398-3521 Medical Society ....365-2527 (If you have no physician) Foundation II .......362-2174 (Crisis litlp, 1 p.m..midnight) (Clip ond carry in your billfold) One closer to you bankers helped-a family who wanted a new patio Recently, a couple visited with a Closer to You Banker about their plans for a new patio someday. 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