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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Dreamboaf Art Karnel, 58, is shown working on his 15-ton, 36-foot ketch which he has been building behind his downtown Milwaukee restaurant in his spare time for 14 years. Kalrnel recently closed the cafe to work fulltime on his boat and hopes to launch it yet this year. Arabs Offer Million to Lisbon Jo Deny Bases to U.S. WASHINGTON (AP) Por- tugal has received an Arab offer of million lo refuse renewal of U.S. airbasc rights in the Azores, according to U.S. intelligence sources. Arab representatives also were said to have offered to lift the oil embargo againsl Por- tugal. The Arab aim, as U.S. in- telligence men view it, is to deny the U.S. use of the key l.ajes airbase in the Azores for any future arms airlifts In Israel. The treaty covering U.S. use of (he Azores base ran out in February. Negotiations are under way on renewing those base rights for another five years. Most U.S. allies and friends, apparently concerned about displeasing the Arabs, refused permission for the U.S. to use bases mi their soil last fall when the U.S. air force flew emergency war supplies to Israel, then battling with Egypt run hciu :i buir. cr. firm.T, strailicr liolcl. Miikos o.-u- inn niun1 For mont security and comfort, life FASTEETH Den- ture AillH'.sivc Powder. Drnlures that fu essential to health. Sec your dentist refiubrly, With tacit Portuguese con- base. sent, U.S. transport planes These officials said man; were able to land and refuel al Portuguese slill resent pas Love is a giving thing Sn. tjivi' ,1 Kecps.lkc (li.iitmnd iinji lo K-ili'c I vouf love in ils bt'.Hily .ind hnlli.uu c. (li.inmnds .ire JHMIIKI- putlri h'ff Diamonds from There is no finer diamond ring Shop TUESDAY Night 'til 9 [astern Iowa's Headquarters for Keepsake Diamonds Jewelry Dept. Main Floor Cancer Rate Found Lower For Mormons ANCKLKS (Ui'I) Mormons arc i.'iuch loss likely to gel cancer, perhaps because of clean living and strong family a IK.'LA researcher says. The death rate from cancer in Utah is only 75 percent of the national average, said Dr. .lames Overtoil, of Ihe UCLA School of Public llealtb. Mcmbe.rs of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter-Day Saints, or Mormons, make up 73 percent of the slate's population. In lllah county, which includes the city nf ljrnvo and is percent Mor- mon, the cancer death rale is only lif> percent of the national average for men, and 72 per- cent for women, Overtoil said. lie said lhat possible faclors may be the Mormon ban on smoking and drinking, low consumption of coffee am! tea and rare drug usage, along with the church's traditional encouragement of physical fit- ness programs, exercise and outdoor activities. Also, he said, "They believe in a very strong family struc- particularly con- trasted with other U.S. social orders for the elderly, keep- ing them involved in family and church activities. "Their family life tends to be much more stable than Ihal of Ihe genera! he said. The only religious grouping with a lower cancer incidence than Mormons arc members nf the Seventh. Day Adveiitisl church, which has even stricter dietary arid other rules of con- duct, Overton said, citing a sludy al Lorna Linda university in San Bernardino, Calif. Studies in New York have shown that the cancer death rale for other Protestants, Catholics and Jews is no different from Ihe national average. Non-Payment Irks 'Getaway' Cabbie IIOVI-l. Kin-land Taxi driver John llorton. VI. called police to complain thai a fare he look on a four-mile ronudlrip lo a Brighton posl office ran away without paying. It wasn't as though the fare didn't have the money, police said. 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