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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Study Criticizes Army's Cites Big AM A Asks End To Ban on DDT I i I" GaS EcOnOmV in Deployment Plan m Europe] NewT Jotor IIP A i 1 1 A i> i c r i i WASHINGTON (AP) front large Soviet forces that lilitarv ari- nnnrlv rowi. :.J W-.AKBOK.Y Mien.  ear.-. .-ay SeUera! say wholesale fish prices ;The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mun., July 29, 1974 j U.S. Ship Seizes Cuban Trawler GALVK.STOX, Texas cAI'i A Cuban shrimp trawler, seized by the L'.S. coast guard, was ex- pected to arrive here under tow Monday. A coast g u a r d spokesman said the trawler was seized by the asencv in territorial waters off the Texas (-ui'ly Sun- day. Tlie spokesman said the ho! trawler violated She L'.S. continuous fisheries zone bv en- over a luni'.er of time to 1 o r v "in several MrateL'ic obtain a iwiv efficient burn. an expert on (--nunics have two lav; .says. rather imporlant character- 1'roi. Charles lilack in' Yak istics: They can m-e! ,-unvnl law school o; [emission standard--, and they tnu article ".seems to me rather The more integrated active1 tan deliver a fuel-economy im- straddle the of Mr. reserve organization would provcment of up to 23 percent, Nixon's personal participation cai allow a faster mobilization and compared wiih current en- expre.-.s authorization oi' any he said. Report Roasts Nursin Homes Ser troops are a legacy of post-World war II occupation zones. They proposed moving Record, said positions covered: ATQ f sincs... hc bv American, British and other i____ war threat, the study said. The experimental engines. Black, who recently published American Under present war cannot be tuned to a handbook on impeachment, confess has and one-third regular army meet the scheduled 197U limits v.-as interviewed Sundav on In a highly critical studv, "'liu- K-.-.-DI: A (luide to Nursing Home Ke- ;iie iilameii Ihe two U.S. divisions from South- ern Germany intone Nor ern by the British to or a total of eight, m the f.rst Lincoln-Mercury preview. -The used to implc- ____________________130 days after mobilization. '-The experts contend (hat the mon[ Of conduct or'llolno llle luxity of I Another proposal standard i.s too strin- included one or more lhe 'lepartnient of health, ed- Rl stationing the bulk of six U.S.j gent, must be changed, and will Oj foiiowin" That Ian- alK' welfare. c I in Germany on a regu-jbe changed, but we can't ]lc '-n0[ a vm- of thousands of nursing K I IN I jlar basis, instead of the present1 hundreds of millions of dollars wav (0 hiime patients suffer from indif- I X O H four and two-thirds. to build a product I hat couldn't jje no" prediction on fea'nt treatment and disregard i ;be sold under existing law." of !hp cf their human needs." the re- Impeachment AutoWork PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) Fifty-one percent of the persons responding to a recent survey by the Gallup poll say President Nixon should be impeached by the house of representatives. However, there is a five per- cent drop from the number ap- proving of impeachment by the house to the number wanting Nixon's removal from office by the senate, the latest Gallup poll shows. The Gallup survey, taken in mid-July of adults, showed 1he public 51 to 30 percent in favor of the house voting im- peachment. Nineteen percent of- fered no opinion. In the survey, 46 percent re- sponded yes 38 percent no and 16 percent had no opinion to the strike-bound General Corp.'s Guide Lamp question, Do you think Nixon's actions are serious enough to warrant his being removed from the presidency, or The public's view on both the house impeachment and senate removal from office questions has not varied much in the last four surveys, according to the Gallup organization. In a June survey, 50 percent said Nixon should be im- peached, with 32 percent disa- greeing and 18 percent offering no opinion. On the question of removal from office, 44 percent said last June the President should be removed from office, 41 percent disagreed and 15 percent of- fered no opinion. In 'an April study, 46 percent said Nixon should be removed from office, 42 percent disa- greed and 12 percent offered no opinion. plant in Anderson, Ind., re- turned to their jobs Monday. The workers, who had been on strike since Friday, overwhelm- ingly approved a new contract Sunday. The pact was ham- mered out in negotiations be- tween United Auto Workers and GM negotiators Sunday morn- ing. But the nation's biggest au- tomaker was still crippled by strikes involving UAW workers at Lordstown, plants. Another GM workers have been laid off indefinitely because the parts they produce won't 'be needed until the two lengthy strikes are settled. Meredith Plans To Appeal Ban JACKSON, Miss. Meredith says he will appeal a Mississippi election commission ruling barring him from run- ning for congress as an inde- pendent this fall. Meredith, the first black to at- tend the University of Missis- sippi, said the ruling Friday "is just a matter of the people who don't want to sro me win just trying to maneuver to keep me out of it." The commission declared him ineligible because he ran as a Democrat in the June primary. Meredith led a five-man race in the primary but withdrew to run as an independent in No- vember. said his "favorite impcachable was "the use of the tax'viccs lhe-v rtjctivc arc Pcrfunc-. 10 YEARS AGO Barry fol- ihe plll.pose Of thc Cim ICoIdwatcr announced a GOP assing one's political enemies I personal attention olten I summit meeting to be held at; don't'care whether it's criminal nonexistent." 'Hershev, Pa., with Gov. Wiliam m- not hnl if'- fl-nn-Mii -rnn--e Some 4.500 hour y workers 01 noi, mi u a iky .an .IUILI J locianton asnost. infnownr." Drive ba'sly full lii-serves are -19 percent higher than a year ago, a h-deral estimates. "There bleu a very p'.or market in I'J7-1. especially (lur- ing which .ilii! is an im- portant time for the fishing in- du.-try. I! didn't materialize this fillets of domestic cod sold for 111) cents a pound last April on ihe wholesale market. Now they go for 67 cents. Klonndcr fillets have declined from a pound on March 6 to 8M cents. Medium sized wiiite shrimp have dropped from a pound on .March 25 to now. Suggests Nixon Give Up Duties During His Tria Matagurda bay. about 2j miles south-southeast of here. He said the coast guard cutter Valiant out of (Jalveston spotted Hie ha'.ilei witliin tiie limit. "Crew members boarded the was he said. A trawler of that size normal- ly carries a crew of three or fjur. Savings and Loan Deposits Drop WASHINGTON i.M'i New a! lederaily insured ioan associations, i i'- s i (ienL NiM.n is he fell sharply in June, the should turn over his duties ment reported Sunday, and responsibilities to Vice- president l-'ord during the sen- ate trial. "I feel strongly that if the President i.s impeached by lhe house, he ought to lay down his ers End GM Strike By United Press International Deposits' exceeded withdraw- als by million in June, the government said, a 90 percent due-line from May. The Home Loan Bank Board also reported that home loans duties during his trial and ,hc institu- them over to Gerald Ford untiljtions also The June he's either removed or volume was ?4i2billion _ a Javits said in a television! decreasc of ,3 ercpnt from interview on Sunday. :Mav a flf 2G ccnt Javits said Nixon is Jun vm_ tially immobilized from new initiatives on solving do- mestic problems because cf ihe1 Bnnlb proceedings. I LONDON' (AP) A 10-pound He said U. S. foreign bomb was found and ,r Motors) Division' HI YEARS AGO A teenage roek'n' roll dance in being adversely affected in Mass., erupted into a fist-swing-terms of what's going to happen ing, rock-throwing melee be-! to this country, a certain feeling tween several hundred while and Negro youths. jafely defused Sunday night in a bar in west London frequent- ed by British troops taking part of instability whereas it.in a military demonstration in hadn't been before." 'nearby Earl's Court arena. its St. Louis and Ohio, assembly Kuwait Shuns Oil Aid Push by U.N. UNITED NATIONS (AP) Kuwait, one of the wealthiest oil-producing nations, has blunt- ly declined to contribute to a U.N.-sponsored emergency aid program for countries hardest hit by swollen fuel prices. "Ku- wait, being dependent on a de- pletable source of income, has to endeavor to achieve develop- ment and growth Accord- ingly, Kuwait finds herself in a position that does not allow her1 to contribute to the special declared a Kuwaiti note to Secretary-General Waldheim released over the weekend. July 29 Rain Hih Town Again WAYNESBURG, Pa. (UPI) Legend has it that it almost always rains in Waynesburg on July 29. Monday, residents only had to wait 55 minutes for the start o fhte 85th rainfall in the last 97 years. Residents had prepared for the rainy day by making plans to wash cars, water lawns and hang out clothes. 35 Awarded Amnesty By Regime in Ethiopia ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) Paper Calls for Nixon To Resign DENVER (AP) The Denver Post has called on President Nixon to resign immediately, saying any attempt he makes to iprove his innocence "can be at thc expense of the national j well-being." Sunday in an edito- rial, the Post noted "the best he could hope for would be tcch- nical exoneration. The most he could hope for would be a feeble grasp on power for another two The military reformers con- trolling thc Ethiopian govern- ment announced an amnesty Monday for 35 political prison- j yC'ars crs, but apparently none of1______________: those arrested in the military! n J crackdown on corruption and Kidnapers Demand j abuse of power arc included. j Ransom of Informed sources said most of those, granted clemency by thc A r m e d Forces Coordinating Committee were jailed by the government of Prime Minister Aklilu Habtc-Wold, who was ousted five months ago by thc military. Heavy Shelling SAIGON (AP) Communist forces kept up their attack along the northern coast of Soulh Vietnam Monday, heavily shelling the Da Nang air base and Ihe area around it for Ihe second lime in ID days, the South Vietnamese military com- mand announced. HEGGIO CALABRIA. Italy- (APi Kidnapers of a rich South Italian landowner, Care, have demanded a ransom1 of police said Monday. Care, 40, disappeared from his! home at San I'ictro di Carida- Friday. Police said he was kid-j naped and his brother receivedi a call from the kidnapers giving; the ransom demand. i DR.CRAVEN DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO DENTURE WORK 113 111 Av.. SC, fiopidi, la. Dll Moinm Mmon City SIOUK Cily @HB) 'til 9 p.m. 2'A acres of everything for ihe homa. Third Ave. at First St. SE In Downtown Cedar Rapids Now You Dan Buy Brand New The sleek, handsome air conditioner so whisper quiet it gets talked about ACT iiW! Why Swelter This Get Set NOW To Enjoy OOOL, COOL During Summer's Sweltering Days and Nights! 5-Year Total Appliance Warranty! Covers Labor ant! Paris at Only rvrnaKts gives you this comprehensive protection! 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