Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 31, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette

October 31, 1974

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Issue date: Thursday, October 31, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather-- ('luince nf nijii in. night mill Friday. Lows tonight, lutv nils. Highs Friday, upper Tills. CITY FINAL 15 CENTS ASSOCIATKI) I'HI-.SS. Fl'l, NKW YOHK TIMKS LONG BKACII. Calif. (Al Former President Nixon's doc- tors said Thursday they arei studying Nixon's condition loi determine whether he is sulfer- ing from slow inlernal bleeding. Nixon remained on the criti- cal list, and "the possibility slill exists for further complica- tions." Iho doctors said. Drs. John Lungren and lildoii Hickman said their suspicions were raised lhat Nixon could be blooding because of a drop inj Nixon's hemoglobin count over-' night. They said this could be "nor- mal hemodilution." but added.! "We are keeping in mind Ilia! I this is a slow of blood j into Iho rctroporitonael area! (The lining behind the ab- domen I. "It K slill premature to offer a prognosis at this time." the doctors said in a written .state- ment read to newsmen. Excellent Spirits j Thf1 doctors noted thai Nix- on's mental attitude and spirits! are excellent" and he is "alerl lo all that is going on around him." "Hemodilution" is dilution of the normal oxygen in !he blood. The doctors said Nixon was] given one additional unit of "packed red blood cells" on Wednesday. He received three units of blood a is about: a-pint on Tuesday after going into shock from internal bleed- ing that followed blood clol sur- gery Tiie doctors said the hemogio- Israelis Palestinians in Lebanon !'.y United Press International Israeli gunboats bombarded Lebanon Thursday, and LI. (ion. .Yioi-dochai 'lui. the Israeli chief I of slaff, said Israel is prepared lor war should the Arab .summit ;lml conference in Habal lead Id an magnesium grc- immediate new Middle Kast nades early Thursday to tcmpn- icnnllicl. nirily blind lour convicts liold- Paloslinian guerillas claimed ing If, persons hostage in a pl'is- ;live civilians were killed and 111 were in the raid. men and rescued the I he gunboats kept up Israel's against the IdespiK: the Arab summit confer- ence s recognition of Hie tine Liberation Organisation as; f, I ho unly voice o the I'alcs- inujms. Arab gucnllas n, Lcbaii- across Border mo an Israeli settle- ,lU w J jn Ijiienl. without causing casual-: ,.lk, i i Tlie hostages, who included The Israeli military command said the gunboats' target was a guerilla base inside I hi; Rashi- liee headquarters and then to their homos. They had been captives since Saturday night. II II Brady Novak, 5, ,-ind his cat, Torn, sit in the middle of a Despite the fact that black cats and pumpkins are supposed to large selection of the four acres of pumpkins grown by his par- go along with that scary feeling at Halloween time, neither ents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Novak, 37 I 5 Cottage Grove avenue SE. Brady nor Torn appears to be worried. dive refuge camp about nine; but. a police spokesman said miles north of the Israeli- they were in "surprisingly good border. condition The Israeli command said Hurried Off I here was no return fire and all wcn, hur. the boas returned safely. ,Hk nf Israeli Pobee Minister Shlomo Hillel lold civil guard command- Nllri, ors there had been 251! guerilla Sticks to Says Times attempts in Israel so lar this year and hat an acceleration of M.lrd, he allacks was expected. A, ian he said Israel was so primed hat even Ihesc increased at- lcl-ms for armed robbery. Probe of Food Sfore Hcmpls at carrying ovit show lease terrorist acts will fail.11 lold his Iroops at the conclusion of five days of wai obbcry. The convicts had demanded a plane to lake them lo an un- disclosed foreign country and also that Nuri's confcdcrale in WASHINGTON i.M'i -'a recollection of Mr. Milchelli WASHINGTON (API The: could almost 'sigiiific-mc- of th'i-" is campaign aide saying lo me. not in an onlhusi- WASHINGTON lAI'i The1 government plans lo examine'ing." Rees said. being evaluated this'morninf.''" tlU' prosecution and defense Nol.ilime in-- u-ork-ri fm- in said alter he xone of ihe participants; "10 session is sponsoix-d hy. lo Japan. guerillas to resume operations r .i... ,anli rc-toiroslablo blood, -in-'ihlien illlhl' l'lan would say what the meeting I he council and the agriculture- wanllo gcllhem to sas Arab Nixon's' former p'roVdcnthl t'10 llavc concerned. department bill most of Ihe par-.wln announced Japan's ban on meatldiplomatic sources as vesls news secretary. Perjury Noted are from private in- imports w-ould be a priority siimmit also recommended door. The newsmen" 'tlvit tt a duslry. "'u discussion when he visits Japan that Kgypl, Syria, Jordan and armed with he HI ox "'resident'WCSlffl I Cachcris opened the cross-ex-' ".Surely this is nol time such a policy. ulli PLO form a unified military two and several spring C'" 'iimiimiinii hv said. i the pending trade bill givi's himicommaud lo coordinate eoninletel" ii'iii I rvi vinf i i I hill i t'.i, 1.1 11 IJML 11 i aiilhonly lo lower or raise tar-'slrategy against Israel. did fire a ilfs and he felt this would help: The independent newspaper icrman Al Svu-glc lamination Wednesday by asking'business as usual, collective Magrudcr about his testimony at bargaining as usual or even ('imsumi'1'' llc ihe breakin trial in January government a-i usual. We have "Did you speak words of per- got to do belter than that. We n' by higher cosls. him in Ihe negoliations. Jury ID Ihe jury'.1" asked Ca- can and we v.ill Me-s --ml he added "Hin when In-v see a can of 11 Die in Collision :lp: The independent neu'spape said details of bnlh moves are. iu-iticf- mimslrv olfieial to be discussed at a conference Ihe four parlies are expected lo rescue Ihe STANWooi) A Cer- Mil'-hcll didn't speak Mna ;