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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                flic C'fdar Rapids Gazette: July Picasso Called Turn on Feud Over His Fortune Television Listings tak PAIRS iAPi Witli a toiiL-li warned Picasso about of malice. Pablo Picasso fore- are further iMniixwiidcu by saw the family feuds that Paulo's separate claim to the set: erupt over his incalculable for- estate of his mother. who stat tune following his died in li'55. F His friend and legal counsel, Roland says he warned "-fc the pamur mi re- fusal to make n will would lead to "terrible complications." Separation Dumas now recalls how Pi- A legal separation was granl- on how to divide the cs- inheritance taxes must be K-er-.i-h allows the e to collect "in kind" and tax settlement will undoubt- museiims by bv value One of the most famous. is excluded irom all the calculations. In the 9-KCRG.TV, Cedor Rapid, 2-WMT-TV, Cedor 7-KWWl-tV, Waleikw 3-KTVO, Ollumwa 4-WHBMV, Rock libnd 6-WOC-TV, Davenpoil Saturday Night 8-VVKBT, La Crone 10-KROC-TY, Rochester 12-KIIN TV, Iowa City 13-WHO-TV, Oft Me'aitl 40-KDUB, Papers: Soviets Offer To Gird Beirut i -Worship iiifi hy Associated Press Soviet leader Leonid Benedict. has offered to strengthen l.cban- KojUc. Dwitjht L. oil's defenses against Israeli at- (Continued from Page 3.) W. It. 363-05117. Cedar Valley Bible Church 363G Cottage Grove avc. SE. 'Ihomas V. '1 olur S.S. Wed. casso slopped him short with a.ed in 19-11. with equal division of loud laugh and a wave of his the couple's property. coin- hand, moil agreement. Picasso held "Whatever terrible the pictures affected by this lions you can dream division in trust for Paulo. I: at- [s, Dumas said Picasso told him, feels all pictures in the inheri- reality, when it comes, will tance painted before 1933 sai. a be infinitely wo; se. probably the most valuable part Picasso lived to 91, driven the "collection. As a result. nearest thing to a will Picasso signed, he left the monu- mental painting, inspired by the bombardment of republican-, held Guernica during the Span-. :ivil war. to his native tacks. lieirut newspapers re- ported Thursday. The sai.l Brezhnev made his offer in a message to President Suleiman Kranjieh. deliu'ree! Tuesday by Soviet Ambassador Servar Of- Lebanese government was happy with the message but declined to reveal it.s contents. The authoritative newspaper An Anliar said Brezhnev offered Centra! Church n! Christ K ti. Wed. 7. Christian and Missionary Al- lianre 1022 42mi N'K. Daniel S.S. Serv. "At ll'e l.i'ai-1 a Kve. I'eare Christian Reformed 6600 C avc. NK. Kail D. koma. S.S. Serv. 10-45. thf Brethren I'Oll Second avu. SK. Dr. A. Shii-enum. S.S Serv. Mints! ry of hint-it ii r, 'V; S.S. St-i v. Kve. 7. Church of Coil Prophecy trial-wood nl Michael S.S. ID. Serv. 11. Kve. Wed. Covington- Rick Miller. S.S. Cosmonaut: May Form Union MOSCOW (I'PH Chureh 1101 Oak- 1-ind nl NK. A. li. Moslander. S.S. Serv. Kve. 6. r'astvii'W Chureli "f Christ- Old .Marion rd. "-t .ML-nit'. S S. "all kinds of support and assis-; newspapers said Tuesday Kve. 7. Wed. :ilis 1'ark I'huri'h of God Kve. ti. Picasso declaring -that "Guernica belongs to the day of his death, April 8, 1973. treasure, one share from Picas- Several unfinished paintings so and another from Olga. Other Artists stand on easels in his studio The law provides that .lacque-. Whenever Spain reverts to a ..................__________________ near Mougms on the French lillo reccivcs onp half, while the: republican form of government. _ lour children share the other it can claim the picture now Extends Deadline On 72 EmiSSIOnS Virtual Recluse half. But illegitimate children "on loan" to the .Museum of :get only half the amount they i.Modern Art in New York WASHINGTON' (AP) Thejmately 1.4 million cars manu-iar fm. i taxes. Knvironmenta! Protect ion jfactured by Chrysler, tance to Lebanon and the twu Suyul, 14 countries in order to strengthen their defenses against Israeli ss 'i-'iO HL-I-V. aggression." to a '''gorous, a. Lebanon has been Ihe target hour daily work schedule that: Fjrs, of Christ, of numerous Israeli raids in re- caused one of them to -Sacrament''! taliation for attacks by guerillas; to controllers, i Wed. "eve." from Lebanon on Israeli settle-, tnic> First Covrnanl-TOl 25th rt. ments ,n winch more than aO and ]imit M Jamo, b.S. J.3U. Israelis have been killed tins ,s open liifle 1911 E year. The Lebanese wise.CI.acking avc. NW. Neal B. Gail. S.S. has been Irving to get the other! ln j 9MO. Serv. Eve. mission commandei, toidi Kirst church Center Point rd. NE. James j" aboard the vSalyut 3 space sta-i72i; 1. ave. NW. John Little. iArab "overnments to under- .vrile a billion-dollar arms Dumas reported. She lives park wcre lcSmmate ly in the chateau of Vauvenar-i Of thc children's portion, th, sjucs near Aix-en-ProvenccJwollld Set one-fourth U tliey.tne where Picasso is buried in the'were a11 legitimate. In garden, partly in the house claudL1 and Paloma get .since. Mougins, Notre Dame de Vie (Our Lady of where died. The studio and whole of Picas- ground controllers Monday, to Trud, the trade McCoy, i Tues., Serv. Francisco Franco, forces Spanish republic in the has ruled Spain ever He has set in motion a i half as much, namely onV decreed return to a monarchy: Paulo gets five-'after his death him; Thus, of the iVno Agency (EPA) has given four auto makers an "informal newspaper. General Motor and Volkswagen! Brezhnev's message was in jjif they failed to meet emission i reply lo letters Franjieh sent! standard: Diabetes Bill the chief of the Soviet Commit-; WASHINGTON (APj A bill ments, an EPA spokesman saidij the man-tWednesday. their recent summit million program to fight dia- Franjieh reportedly! betes has received final con- A new deadline has not been jnist party and President Nixon authorizing a thrcc-yenr set. the spokesman added. The during to file a formal extension re-i sought their intervention to curb! gressional approval, sending so's collection: EPlhSd'warncd that it would in the next few days. the Israeli raids. other artists, The house is crammed most the paintings left Paloma Picasso, many of 'them dating icacn- back to his earliest styles.! Half to Him at the time of his death. -o; HILL painted up to 1935 go to him and! they are to be permanently are excluded from calculation of', shown as the Picasso Collection. the other shares. As a gift to the state, they are Before any decision can be exempt from inheritance tax. j died, the 58 pictures were pre- Armed gendarmes permanently! Paulo was Olga's only heir, so! sented to the French national patrol the grounds. one-half of all the pictures j museum, the Lourve, where "The value of these pictures is impossible to Dumas said. "Nonetheless, be- cause a friendly settlement within the family seems unlike- ly, we will have to start some day to put an arbitrary value on them one by one, with the help of experts. It will be a monu- mental task." Even if Picasso had left a will, the complications would have been enormous. His heirs come from two marriages and two li- aisons which produced children. List of Survivors Here is a rundown of the sur- vivors with a recognized claim to a share of the estate: Jacqueline Picasso his wife Newspaper Fined j SANTIAGO, Chile (UPI) -j In accordance with a verbaljThe newspaper La Segunda was request by Picasso before he fined by the Chilean mil- Aspirin Not Alike, but. itary for "disre- spect" to the governing military junta. 30 YEARS AGO Conquest of Saipan island in the Pacific cost American casualties. By Arnold B. Sawislak WASHINGTON (UP1) Gov- ernor George Wallace has given jp his fledgling campaign to win a political prize no one else really wanted nor could understand his reasons for seek- ing. Paulo Picasso his son byj his first marriage. Maya Widmayer a ter by his mistrees Therese Walter. The Alabama governor quietly it be known that he no long- er is trying to gain control of I the Democratic party's "mim- dauSh" I convention" next Dec. 6-8 they could win elsewhere, and [tinned and flopped nationwide. the campaign stalled. Shook Up Staff After it was finally called off, and Wallace shook up his cam- paign staff, there still remained the question of why the effort was undertaken at all. While organization-building is vital to any presidential cam- paign, a public, full scale .bid Now, by holding back until the real delegate search begins in 1976, Wallace will be able to use the weapon of suspense on Democratic politicians in many states who don't have a clear idea of the Alabama governor's rank and file strength and who will have to keep watching their flanks carefully until the show- downs come. WASHINGTON (UPI) More than 100 varieties of.aspirin arc offered for sale in the U.S. and the consumer is faced with con- fusing claims for their effec- tiveness, safety and cost. The Medical Letter, a non- profit publication for doctors, evaluated drugs containing aspirin and concluded in its July 5 issue that all aspirin is not alike. But it said no important difference in pain-killing effect between various formulations of aspirin has ever been es- tablished. Aspirin tablets disintegrate in the stomach and dissolve pri- marily in the small intestine. The report'said it is the rate the tablet dissolves that determines the rate .the drug gets into the bloodstream. Manufacturing Flaws "Improperly Marie! Kansas City. Wallace had never personally Claude Picasso a son by himself at for power at this time would seem to be an odd way for Wal- lace to build up his forces. Wai- mistress Francoise Gilot. to a mini- j convention takeover, but his Paloma Picasso -a daughter campaign organization the by Francoise Gilot. only operation of its type now The inheritance will ultimate-hn piace _ made no secret of ly be shared in varying effort, tion by Jacqueline, Paulo who at 53 is six years older than! Selection Rules his stepmother and the three acknowledged illegitimate chil- dren. For the moment, the French courts have acknowledged the The idea was to use the par- ty's newly-arnended delegate lace worries Almost all other politicians and had his initial delegate selection efforts been successful, they might very well have drawn other presidential hopefuls into an all-out cam- paign that could ruin the losers and leave the winner only as a target for the ensuing two selection rules which require i As for the miniconvention it- state parties to give delegates self. there is very little for to all candidates proportional j presidential aspirants to fret any aspirin taken with a full glass of water. Buffers Buffers are added to some aspirin tablets to decrease gas- tric acidity. But the Medical Letter said in the amounts present in most buffered formu- lations, buffers do not produce a meaningful decrease in acidity. It said food or a glass of water probably works just as well. Nevertheless, the report said some scientists have found less gastrointestinal bleeding with buffered tablets, presumably be- cause buffers tend to shorten the time it takes for the tablets to dissolve and there are fewer: undissolved particles to irritate; the stomach and intestines. 'It has never been established in patients with painful condi- tions, however, that there is a difference between buffered and manufactured non.buffered aspirin in time of tablets may either be so tightly onset of analgeEiCi duration or packed that they do not readilyid of relief flf in or in. dissolve, or they may crumbleicidence of gastrointestjnai: before the Medical Letter] the report said. i said. Crumbled tablets and i powder may contain consider-; AlKa-seitzcr able amounts of degraded drug. The Medical Letter said Alka- tablet should be' But the report said the buffer- oursquare Gospel 1st ave. SW. Lee Griffis. S.S. Communion and serv. Kve. 7. Wed. eve. Fri. P'Grace D ave. NE. Gilbert Gilgan. S.S. Serv. Eve. 7. Wed. Interdenominational 3rd st. and 5th ave. SW. A. J. Stokes. S.S. Serv. Eve. Islamic 1st ave. ISW. S.S., serv. prayer, 12. Friday prayer 12. Moth-Wick Chapel 1224 13th st. NW. Donald Artman. Sra-v. 9. New Apostolic Wilson avc. SW. Wed. eve. 8 ing capacity of Alka-Seltzer is obtained at the expense of a high sodium content. The sodi- um and bicarbonate, along with its cost, make Alka-Seltzer "less useful than other formula- tions of aspirin for long-term administration as, for example, in patients with arthritis." The Medical Letter said com- p.m. New Jerusalem Church of God in 9th ave. SE. H. Bassett. S.S. Serv. 12. Eve. 8. Peoples Unitarian 600 3rd ave. SE. Walter E. Kellison. Conversation, 11. Salvation Army 1123 3rd st. SE. Eugene Adney. S.S. Serv. 11. Eve. 7. Seventh-Day st. and Edgewood rd. NE. Sieg- fried Roeske. S.S. Serv. 11. Seventh Day Church of God a. (Meridan) 3336 Prairie dr. bmations of aspirin with other NE. w. T. McMickin. School been than pain killers have never proven more effective aspirin alone and may cause a higher incidence of adverse ef-j fects. Sat. 10. Serv. Temple Judah 3221 Lind- say lane SE. Summer serv. Fri. eve. Unity 2nd ave. j SE. Mabel K. Swanson. Serv. 11. ''The IS-NCES of Senate Wants Veto Over Atomic Exports WASHINGTON (AP) In the, wake of President Nixon's' "Although these pharmaceu-jSeltzer has a much higher con- offers of nuclear aid to Egypt jtical differences between tabletsjtent of buffering agents than! and Israel, the senate has passed a bill giving congress veto authority over any presi- dential agreement to export nu- i c o u 1 d have clinical conse-1 quences, it has never been prov- en in controlled trials of anal- gesic effect that one brand of clear technology to asPirin superior to an-taking single doses of aspirin. other." Don'fs coming next week: Rock 'n Roll Boogie Band Every Sat. p.m. BEEFEATERS BUFFET per person Children 10, Roast Round of Beef, Beef Stroganoff, Salads, Relishes, Desserts Grant Wood Kitchen ROOSEVELT MOTOR HOTEL CEDiR RAPIDS, IOWA V ADJACENT GUEST PARKING country. The measure, which now goes to the house, was approved on a LULU ia nave LIIV-, iu- i jr'i t------------- rr claims of the five to a share inito thelr rank-and-file fight about. The draft char-196 to 0 vote Wednesday after the fortune in pictures thatiabovo being prepared for the Kan-j three hours of debate over how jjiv-iu mci f Kansas _..... some experts believe will even- tually have a ing control of the Kansas meeting is a bland meeting. Wallace's campaign document that all of them could i strategists, led by Hall Timan-jHvo 'with easily. The only con- congress should seek to ensure i that American-provided nuclear1 facilities are not diverted to The report said aspirin has; been implicated as a possible cause of stomach or intestinal bleeding and a few other dis- orders. To minimize such the Medical Letter said weapons use. of several hundred million L I 1VL ttml lllu 'H11: ;us ot lexas. believed the etloit-troversies are almost too paro- would be a marvelous way to interest even avid po- Futile Attempt organize the governor's support-! l meal activists whether mid- Jacqueline and Paulo made a ers nationwide and start conventions should be- Thrifty want ads work brief and futile attempt to lay momentum for a 1P76 Demo-; come a permanent party func- j wonders for you. Place a low- sole claim to the pictures. They jcratlc Presidential nomination; tion and whether a judicial want ad. Dial 398-8234. broke with Claude and council should be appointed to The: They also saicl the mmicon-1resolve intra-parly disputes, vention was worth the Wallace gets a bit of a bloody because Wallace was concerned ;nose cut of his withdrawal from that thc party's liberal wing ;the campaign, hut nothing corn- might adopt a party charter at pf....... long before Picasso died, artist was infuriated bv a book written about him bv'Claude's and mother' now mar ried fo nr nett to ur. ne'er foreave thenvKansas City lhat cffcc' hav" lakcn had lilc effort con- ,to forgave f f factions.: Picassi for defending their mother's was reportedly i book, or for trying to establish.b duri ,hjs ,imc bulkling their claim to the inheritance his'landslide victory in the Ala- durmg his lifetime. hama gubernatorial primary, Jacqueline carried on the interposed no objection to the feud, refusing to allow Claude miniconventicn plar.. and Paloma to see their father's The delcgale selection process body or attend his funeral. began with partv caucuses at The "terrible complications" the precinct and county levels in the spring and it quickly bc- 'Shf Wmrrtf came evident that Wallace was not going to storm the heights simply because he '.'.as the 'nly Local party did not lake well to lake- cilorls. and the Wallace 'gate campaign fell apart in as. .Mississippi. South Caro- and Tennessee. 1 laving e liitl'- in the South, even governor's musi enMnisiasti'' e DOi'J ot Cedar SAT. NIGHT MUSIC BY THE AMERICAN BAND OPEN 9-2 Don Geater, Bob Tiscte FSREPLACE LOUNGE HIAWATHA Trophy Lounge Presents Tonight Sat. 11 519HStreetS.W. The New Urbana Feed Implement Presents Saturday Night "REGGIE BRUCE" Dancing, Breasted Chicken, Pizza p.m. to a.m. mail: Nignt firtilion am 6 issues S3.75 o month, 539.00 o ternoon Editions and Sunday S3.85 a momh, a year, Otn c timer service. to the use (or e iccai news printo SUNDAY FAMILY BUFFET and 5 !o 8 p.m. per person under 10. II.B( Fried Country Chickan, Swin Slook, Horn, Cho- Mem, V.j.lobl.i, choice of Sclodi nrui Dsnerl. Grant Wood Kitchen ROOSEVELT MOTOR HOTEL Adjacent Parking Draporf Inn Now Open Sunday Serving Dinner From 1 1 A.M. la P.M. Dancing from P.M. to P.M. To Bud The Country Music Masters Serving Your favorite Beer OnOldHwy. 218 Phone 848-4145 THIS HAS A TREMENDOUS FLAVOR! 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