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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa mon Today l*y John J. O'Connor — 'Nova' Hunt For Quark NEW YOKE (NYT) - The “Nova” scries has returned to public television, on Sundays at 6:30 p.m., and is quite nicely living up to its own billing as “science adventures for curious grownups.” The 23 hour-long productions, either made by station WG BH Boston or imported from the British Broadcasting Corporation, can bt* almost deceptively diverting or unashamedly demanding. It s the kind of mix that salvages the reputation of educational television. Tliere is more than the usual dollop of research' method in its success. Michael Ambrosine, the executive producer, was allowed to spend .several months in England observing the science library and projects of the BBG. In addition to gaining some practical expertise, he was able to make some outstanding acquisitions for his own series. * * * The WGBH productions tend to be realtively modest. “Why Do Birds Sing?”, produced by Ben Shedd, used tile data of an interrelated group of scientists and some first-rate photography to decipher the singing and territorial habits of birds. Among the findings: birds of a single species hut from different areas develop distinct sound “dialects.” This Sunday’s program, produced by David Patterson for the BBC, was a considerably more complex and, perhaps intentionally, ambivalent endeavor called “The Hunting of the Quark”. The quark, a word coined by James Joyce in “Finnegan’s Wake”, is the elementary subunit that may, or then again may not, be discovered inside the proton. There is no conclusive proof of its existence, but the mere possibility is significant in explorations into the mysteries of the atom. ♦ * * The search was placed within a context, of highly sophisticated and advanced physics. Multimillion - dollar research projects were recorded in England. Switzerland and the Knifed States. An international battery of physicists, some of them Nobel prize winners, was brought on camera for detailed and generally helpful commentary. The giant efforts can hardly be dismissed but, simply on the basis of this documentary, they can certainly be questioned. With bigger and bigger machinery being built to find smaller and smaller particles, which may not exist, the costs are astronomical. Meantime, the internal and international political jockeying for funding and influence grows more intense. * * * Why? One prominent American physicist, barely able to control his enthusiasm, offered this explanation: "It’s the result of curiosity . . . it’s impossible to stop.” After exam-ing several convincing theories for the existence of the quark, the BBC program concluded with the results of some new experiments that seem to demolish those theories. WGBH provided its own coda, in which still another scientist cast a shadow of doubt over the new experiments. That scientist provided the most reasonable rationale for theoretical research: The point “is not an accumulation of facts ... but high strides in understanding through periodic syntheses.” The quark still lives, maybe. In any case. “.Nova” provided an absorbing portrait of the abstract and intense world of modern physics. Television Listings 7—KWWL-TV, Waterloo    6- 9—KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids    8- 2—WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids    10- 3—KTVO, Ottumwa    12- 4—WHBF-TV, Rock Island    13- Tuesday Monday Night 6:00 7-News, Weather 9-Eyewitness News 2-Action News 3-News, Weather 4-Action News 6-News, Weather 8-News, Weather 10-News, Weather 12-Echoes of Childhood 13-Eyewitness News 6:30 7-Sanford and Son 9-Let's Make Deal 2-To Tell Truth 3 Let's Make Deal 4-Price Is Right 6-Hollywood Sqs. • 8-Consequences IO-Name That Tune I 2-Audubon Wildlife 13-Sanford and Son 7:00 7-Born free 9-Rookies 2-Gunsmoke 3-Rookies 4-Gunsmoke 6-Born Free 8-Gunsmoke 10-Born Free I 2-Special of Week . 13-Born Free 8:00 7-NBC Movie-Godfather" Pl ll 9-Football-Chiefs-Broncos 2-Maude 3-football* Chiefs-Broncos 4-Maude .    6-NBC Movie- * “Godfather" . PMI 8 Maude 10-NBC Movie-“Godfather” Pt. II 13 NBC Movie-' Godfather" Pf. II 8:30 , 2-Rhoda 4- Rhoda 8 Rhoda 900 2-Medical Center 4-Medical Center , 8 Medico! Center *12 Thrival 10:00 7-News, Weather 2 Action News A Action News 6-News, Weather 8-News, Weather 10-News, Weather 12-Day af Night 13 Eyewitness News 10:30 7-Tonight 2-CBS Movie- • "Sunday in New York" 6-Tonight 8-CBS Movie-"Sunday in How York 10-Tomght 12-David Susskmd 13-Tomght 10:45    , 9-Eyewitness News 4 Mod Squad 11:00 3 News, Weather lins 9 tar Ie Brute I 1:30 3 Movie "Ritual Evil" I 1:45 9 America 4 Big Valley 12:00 / Tomoriow 2 last Word 6 I oniai * aw 10 Tomorrow I 3 Tomoriow -WOC-TV, Davenport -WKBT, Lacrosse -KROC-TV, Rochester -KIIN-TV, Iowa City -WHO-TV, Des Moines 10-Virginia 13-Cartoons Morning 6:30 2-Sunrise Semester 4-New Zoo Revue 8-Sunrise Semester 13-Not Women Only 7:00 7* Today 2-CBS News 4-CBS News 6-Today 8-CBS News 10-Today 13-Today 7:30 9-Romper Room 3-Music 8:00 9-New Zoo Revue 2-Copt. Kangaroo .    3-Sesame Street 4-Copt. Kangaroo 8-Copt, Kangaroo 8:30 9-Morning Show 9:00 7-Nome That Tune 9- Mike Douglas 2-Joker’s Wild . 3-Cartoons 4-Joker‘s Wild 6-Name That Tune 8- Joker’s Wild 10-Nome That Tune 12 Sesame Street 13-Name That Tune 9:30 7-Winning Streak 2-Gambit 3-Reed Farrelj 4-Gambit 6-Wmning Streak 8 Gambit 10-Winning Streak 13-Winning Streak 10:00 7-Hiah Rollers 9-All My Children 2 Now You See It 3-All My Children 4 Now You See It 6-High Rollers 8 Now You See It IO-High Rollers 12-In School I 3 - High Rollers 10:30 7-Hollywood Sqs. 9-Brady Bunch 2 Love of Life 3 Brady Bunch 4 Love of life 6 Hollywood Sqs. 8 Love of Life IO Hollywood Sqs. 13-Hollywood Sqs. 11:00 7 Jackpot 9 Password 2*Young, Restless 3 Password 4 Young, Restless 6- Jackpot 8 Young, Restless 10-Jackpot I 3-Jackpot 11:30 7 Celebrity Sweepstakes 9 Split Second 2 Tomoriow 3-Split Second 4-Tomorrow 6 Celebrity Sweepstakes 8-Tomorrow 10-Celebrity Sweepstakes I 3- Celebrity Sweepstakes Tuesday Afternoon 12 OO J Newt, Weather 9 Eyewitness News 2 News, Weather 3 News 4 family Affair 6 Noon Edition 8 Noontime 10 News, Weather 12 In School I 3 News 12:1 5 J Town, Country MMY 12-In School 1:30 7-Doctors 9-Girl in My Life 2- Edge of Night 3-Gin in My Life A- Edge of Night 6-Doctors 8- Edge of Night IO-Doctors 2:00 7-Another World 9-General Hospital 2-Price Is Right 3-General Hospital 4-Price Is Right 6-Another World 8-Price Is Right IO-Another World 13* Another World 2:30 7-How To Survive Marriage 9-One Life To Live 2-Match Game 3-One life To Live A Match Game 6-How To Survive Marriage 8-Match Game IO-How To Survive Marriage 13-How To Survive Marriage 3:00 7-Somerset Irish Mourn Stricken President DUBLIN (AP)- Ireland Monday mourned Erskine Childers, the first Protestant elected president of t Ii e predominantly Homan Catholic republic. He was 68 and had been president for 17 months. Childers, 68, suffered a heart attack Saturday night during a speech to an audience of doctors on the stresses of modern life. He died early Sunday in a Dublin hospital. The body was taken to St. Patrick’s hall in Dublin castle, where it will lie in state until Wednesday. Funeral services will be held Thursday, which Prime Minister Liam Cosgrave designated as a day of national mourning. — City Briefs — Sirica Sets Hearing on Hunt Memo The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., November 18, 1971 Alateen — Kenwood unit will Brother Dies Word has meet at the I/jvely Lane United (been received by Mr. and Mrs. Methodist church Tuesday at Charles H. Boyer, 223 Twelfth 6:30 p.m.    istreet NW, of the death of Mr. i n "TV. !! I .    '•    ~‘3* *    *    *    Boyer’s brother, Shelton Boyer. ' ff‘Judfc '"h" S nca Mo"- Proof Sets make excellent at Bayard. Nob , Monday. ftdV ordered a fu" h<'arlnL’ “* Magistrate Court Iowa City Man Arrested, Struck Auxiliary Officer WASHINGTON u s. Three Appear on n Smea Mon- hearing to Drug Law Violations gilts — priced from $4.50, Jerome’s Hare Coins Adv. AAA Clothes Stolen — Clothing valued at $200 belonging to Marge Lattimer, 1630 Park Towne court NE, was stolen from laundry machines in the com- St. A Michae A Boutique, old-, An Iowa City man has been charged with assault and bat- jy ordered a full hearing to L/rug low vtoianons tcry and resjstjng for striking determine whether E. Howards Three persons appeared in an auxiliary police officer who Hunts long-lost ‘bombshell” j magistrate’s court on charges of ;was investigating a traffic ac-..    .    .    ,    ...    .    memo demanding money and possession of controlled sub- cident. fashioned country kitchen Nov-|pardons for the Watergate bur-,stance    Paul    Henri    Cotv    31    was    ar ember 21st, 9-5, lunches served, L,iars can cUHmittpd ne PVi    aul    Henri    Cot),    31,    was    ar- ................ ,    ,    (l    as    (v,*‘    The    charge    against    Kevin    rested about 2:15 a.m. Sunday deuce rn the cover-up trial. Meyer, no address, was dis at Sixteenth avenue and C sort o a trial mjssec| F'riday. He was charged street SW. Police were investigating an 229 40th St. N E A A Cur Entered Brown, Iowa -Adv. *    The    hearing — Nickel R. within a trial — will begin ...    „    c    «i rn,,    i    i    f ,l    with possession of marijuana on Ibex- laundry room Sunday    broke"    into    his    ear    Sun-    of'the jury 'n was exiSTlo 0ct’ 19    aecident ln™lving Co'V and a ternoon, police sai<L    day whj|c jt was parkpd jn U|e (hwar, prosCeution plans to Kobcrt Baldwin. 1300 M street car driven by Pauline Crummy, „ .    *    *    ,    -I    IOO block of Fourth street SE. wrap up its raver up case sw- P,ed 8“% Frida>' and sen‘ Mechanicsville, when Coly re- Swiss Colony, chocolate and and stole $05 cash and recording against five aides of former ,encinS was deferred for one' mutedly struck Veterans’ Pub-I vanilla coating for pretzels and equipment worth $63.    i    President Nixon before the end >ear* ,Ie was char8ed with Pos' he Safety Officer John Kmney. of the week    session of marijuana on Get. 26 I ---- Victor Scoville, no address, pled guilty Thursday and was candy making, by bulk, nowj available. Lndale Plaza.—Adv. AAA Player Taken — Raymond E. Delarm, rural Atkins, reported Childers, a former deputy Ia cassette tape player and three prime minister and popular vet-casse^e laPes> valued at $24, cran politician, was elected Ire- wcre slolcn from his car Sunday land’s fourth president after thej a^ernoon while it was parked in retirement of Eamon de Valera. I    block of I* irst avenue He was the son of Robert Ers- SW. kine Childers, a British army    aaa officer who sided with de Valera Carole Hansen welcomes old during the 1921-22 Irish civil war jand nevy customers. Terri s and was executed by the newlBeauty Shoppe. 393-5695.—Adv. AAA Tonight Steakland, 4002 1st Ave. N. E. Fillet Special —I $2.95, complete dinner. — Adv. AAA UAW Retirees — A potluck dinner and business meeting will be held Thursday noon at the Ellis YMCA. fined $150 and costs. He was : charged with possession of marijuana on July 18. Irish Free State for possession of guns. Childers, then 16, was Liken to say goodbye to his father in prison and later recalled: “He told me to shake the hand of AAA Childcare—my home, excellent references. 363-7466, 38th St. and B Ave. N.E.—Adv. AAA It’s An Old Fashioned Christ- Woman Sues: Cl airns Mouse In Pop Bottle At Issue is a memorandum written two years ago by Hunt, one of the original Watergate bugging conspirators, demanding that the Nixon administration live up to its prior “commitments” to provide money and pardons to the Watergate burglars. The memo, which had heen!s^ree^ pied guilty Thursday lost, suddenly was uncovered by t0 an amended charge of contin1 prosecution two weeks ago,■sumption in a public place and Breakin Charges Filed Against 2 Man Pleads to Amended Charge (catching the defense by sur- Two men have been charged with breaking and entering after police arrested them inside the Walter J. French Paint Co., 414 Third avenue SE, early Adam Crosby, 1D05 Eleventh 1    , Michael John McDermott, 18, of IHI Brockman drive SE, and Robert Steven Poeschi, 18. of RWK) Forty-second street SE, those who had signed his execu- mas from Rose’s Candle Niche, Marion. Adv. AAA Rent Ryder Trucks at Buresh East, 366-1519 —Adv. AAA Rick Cocking is now taking appointments at Germaine’s En-366-2393 - prise. Sirica said he wants tohajj sentence. was given a ten-day suspended He was charged with con- an ition warrant, never to bear a 'grudge, and to ensure that civil :war never blackened Ireland again.” Childers made that his philso-'phy and won broad public sup-I port. He worked for reconciliation Icore Styling Salon , with Northern Ireland, where 363-5559.—Adv. ! the Protestant majority is intent!    aaa ion retaining ties with Britain. I    Beat    the    Cold! Go    to    Hawaii Childers’ mother was an *n January. Call Haldy s. 363-American, the former Mary Al- 2001.—Adv. der Osgood of Boston. He was:    aaa educated at Cambridge univer-    Jim    is    hair    at Klip    'N’ shy.    Kurl, evenings 6-9, 363-0019. — Childers had two sons by his Adv. first wife, who died, and a    *    * * daughter by his second wife,' Shampoo living room $11.95,liable to drink similar bever-Hita.    bedroom $8.95. Diamond Carpet. _  j    —Adv. Godfather R©aps Best Rental Rents The Best. Big TV Rating Adv_ NEW YORK (UPI) - Morel Mid-East— than /0 percent of persons    in ..    . ,    _ !watching television in Los An-1    lConUnuod from Page L> A Cedar Rapids woman who>ar thc ful1 story of how the claims she became sick from was found before the Jury |tributing“Vo the”drftaquency of 'a drinking a bottle of Coca Cola is old about it.    minor    in connection with with a decomposed mouse in it) 1 want everything laid out in 25 incident on Dec. 25, 1972, has filed a °Pen court,” Sirica said before    ___ $50,000 suit in connection with the Jury entered the courtroom.    , the incident.    starting the eighth week of the 'toe imposed Tor Maxine R. Miller filed the ne- trial    don t carc how manv Assault on Deputy •ition in Linn district court Fri- '    ^The^t'atid loathe Steven Hamilton, 2214 J street day agaiast the Coca Cola bot-ig0 B .. .    ~    ,.    ,    sw    pled    guilty    Friday    in    mag tling companies of Cedar!PubI,c wl11 know the ^ and P g >    ■    - were found hiding inside thc building. They were being held in the Linn county jail in lieu of $5,000 bond each. Police searched the building after spotting a car parked behind the building, and then noticed that the building’s back door had been pried open. Ranids and’’iowflV*the'nationnt lh(> W wi!l know at thc oroper isira e s court to a charge of as- Area Men Arrested Rapids and Iowa, the national,*    sault and battery and was fined p0r Drunk    Driving $60 and costs.    I    ® the'is Washington Attorney William company headquartered in I 'zr    .    .    $60    and    cost GMnia MlllteMcontends0re'; " WaswLoH.lor J-He was charged with assault- Tw» men were charged with mouse was in a bottle chased from the Me Too store at, ,    ,    ,    4 903 First avenue SW on Dec. 23,1 a ^ave e 1116,110 1972 5 0    0    *    r    inc    Dennis    Kiser    a    Linn    county    drunk diving in connection with Bittman, Hunts former lawyer.”1!’ ^en”ls J    a    (-ouru> jrvpja-nt- nn hi ahu/a vt in jinn pu:; Hunt testified early in the trial dcPul>’ sh<?rlfF «n >5-    in"dentS °n h'ltmavs    '-,nn 111 cl L lie    iiiv    iiiuiiit/ urn- man in mid-November. 1972. to Man Fined $300 on She alleges the incident re. Pass along to officials of Nixon0runk Driving Count suited in illness, mental pain re*^cction campaign and suffering and traumatic R‘Rman repeatedly denied, William Stevens, 1703 E ave neurosis. She says she has been even before the grancIJur>- lhat.nae P‘ed incidents on highways in Linn county over the weekend Stephen M. Eldred, 25. route two, Vinton, was arrested by a Linn deputy on highway 150 south of Center Point early Sunday. He reportedly had been in ages since that time. he ever received such a docu- magistrate’s court to a charge;^r51    0f ment. But chief trial prosecutor of drunk driving and was fined    Midway drive    NW    has James Neal told the court that .$300.    ™ Bittman surrendered .1 two He was arrested Sept. «. been charged w.th third offense weeks ago after members of his *- ^former law firm read Hunt’s Instrumental Music testimony and not,lied the pros- Conceft Wj,s()n Marion Brothers Face Drug Counts Two rural Marion brothers'ecuti°n that they had once seen early Sunday suc^ a melno- 12:30 7- Jeopard/ 9-Let» Make Deol 2 As World Turns 3-Let's Make Deal 4-As World Turns 6* Jeopard/ 8-As World Turns 10- Jeopardy 12-Electric Co. 13- Movie 1:00 7-Days of Lives 9-Newlywed Game 2-Guiding Light 3-Newlywed Gam® 4-Guidina Light 6-Days oALives 8-Guiding Light 10-Days of Lives were arrested ; after a search of their residence SSS “nihNe.W.KYOrk ?‘urt?yi!h°?! were no IsraeU casualties aLtL‘sTvand^* pic-|in the ensuing battle.    I believed to be low grade mari- J Mandate Expires    juana night watched the motion pie-;in the ensuing battle ture “The Godfather”, according to the A. C. Nielson Co. I NBC, the network broadcast- drunk driving. He was arrested by a state trooper on highway 149 south of Cedar Rapids Saturday night. t He reportedly had been driv-An instrumental music con- jng erratically .cert will be held Tuesday at 7:30    W€re    reieased    from    the p m in the Wilson junior high ^ty jal, sunday. school auditorium. Featured__ i will be the gold band, the blue The mandate allowing U. N. (Continued from Page I.) |WIJ1 ^ iiiv uaiju wrc wiuc on (he nation’s two largest Stockland and the jazz-rock enscm- railed IO Pay KOOm John R. Kratz, 29, and Gene Exchanges violate anti trust hie.    ^    Rent, Man Charged i,__    ...    .    .    .    ..    ,    IE. Kratz, 24. were charged with laws or are properly regulated Admission is 50 cents for stu- stanley Knutson 44 no \7 may bo "on e°    ^    cession of a controlled sub- by the Securities and Exchange dents and SI for adults.    «’ “ iwalched film in AmerLn TV’    “aM    flrc    llne exPlres stance. They have been released!Commission    —-------Unn county jail Monday under history. Fart 2 will be broid *’ Syria has ‘"dicated it from the county jai!    Saying    the    issue    is now moot, J-jousmq Starts $25« bond for allegedly failing to cast Monday nient    ;    may not renew the mandate. A quantity of what is believed dismissed William Callev s re'j    ^    pay for a room he rented at the Nielson said Fart I received An Nahar, quoting diplomatic 10 •* mar‘iuana seed also was quest to bo freed from military [_east Since 70 .Village Inn motel, IOO F avenue a 47 8 ratiruj and a 72 ~i«>^ees. Mond“d Syria will '™"d ■» search ln ua" af-;confmemen* *»•    »\    WASHINGTON    (UPI) — Hous- NW shareof the audience, according'renew the u- N mandate for roM'Vdewt^afd^ wrfiden*- IMsrnisscd I, challenge to state in« s,arts ^ ‘Weber dipped to Knuison is accused of de- to surveys in Los Anizeles and another period of three to sixJ. a ’ a hcputy said ai confuen- •    -_■    ,heir lowest level in nearly five lauding an inn keeper in eon- ;months but it listed these Syrian reliable informant had told}    .    ^ ,nvift#»d ^ars- the census bureau said nection with the incident Satur iconditions*    !of dru8 dcaIin^ at th« resi-iences or probation to convicted    day. He is also charged with in dent. New York. North Iowa Federal TIU-resumption of the Geneva _    _    |Arab-Israeli talks as soon as; .    , Court Bars Attorney possible,” and the rejection of Kirkwood Group A Sioux City lawyer has been any political negotiations out- J0 Meet with Ray suspended from practice in the side the Geneva peace confer U. S. District court, northern district of Iowa, following a suspension from the Iow*a bar assn. 'for failure to file state and federal income tax returns. Daniel Galvin admitted to not I filing federal returns for the j years 1966 and 1968 and neglecting to file state returns from 11967 to 1971. He was suspended from thc I bar association for nine months. J Galvin w as given until Nov. 25 to appeal the suspension from the federal court. Caslavka Murder Case to Grand Jury A group headed by a Kirk-! wood Community college in higher Gov. Robert Ray. drug peddlers Let stand a decision that a Starts were estimated at 1.124 toxication. _    ,__I, j million units at an adjusted an-1 .aa aw ren trs un    nuaj    rate. It was the lowest since Need by either party any oral con-!, ^ mi|]jon ^ JanuarJ. ear:, | by tracts with the federal government. Declined to review a Federal a The compact, best buys economy are fea- 1970. tured in the classified ads! !.! jT.    I    Energy    rule    controlling the price t „ structor will discuss funding for i . . J .    ,    .e higher education Tuesday with1 s,ates Land. local govemmentj ence. Specific steps attached to time-table to    guarantee Israeli withdrawal from thc oc ;cupied Arab territories.    I    Wilbur    Grove,    electronics in-.    ,    .    .      , A guarantee of all (he legal strudor at Kirkwoorl. is pres-llenge •» television commercial*! .and national rights of the Pales-;jdent of the Iowa Higher Educa ; tinian people.    tion    Assn. A guerilla    spokesman    in    The    group,    which inc Beirut said eight Israeli gun- faculty members from univer-i boats fired cannons and    ma-j    sides,    colleges    and    area    col- chine guns for    two hours early    leges    in Iowa,    was    invited    to Des Moines by Ray to share ideas on funding and aid for post-high school education. may charge for crude oil. Refused to consider a chal to teles which fur industry representa-fives said falsely imply that i..j— I buyers cf real furs pose a threat dudes .    ■    ,    r.    .    ,, to endangered species of wildlife. 2-Tattletale* 3- $ 10,000 Pyramid 4-Tattletale* 6- Somer*et 8-Tattletale* IO-Somerset I 2-Human Relation! I 3-Somerset 3:30 7 Room 222 9-Gilligon Island 2-Dr. Max 3 Movie 4 Mike Douglas 6- Jeanme 8 Be witched IO-Lost in Space I 2-Design Woman I 3 Floppy 4:00 7 Bonanza 9-Lucy Show 6 Merv Griffin 8 Mike Douglas 12 Misteroger* I 3 Merv Griffin 4:30 9 Mod Squad 2 Partridge Family 4 Hogan s Heroes IO Daniel Boone I 2 Sesame Street 5:00 7 Dragnet 2 Consequences 3 Newsfeatures 4 Gtlfignn Island 5:30 1 NHC News 9 ABC New* 2 CBS News 3 ABC News 4 CBS News 6 MBC News 8 CBS News 10 NBC News I 2 Electric Co. I J-NBC News Monday against Al Rashidye, lone of the largest Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon He said Arab guerillas    and Lebanese soldiers fired back, but gave no estimate of losses. miles about ! 30.000 refugees A military spokesman in Tel Aviv said Israeli gunboats    raid- In another development    in    the    ed a. l>ah‘s,mian guerilla    sea case of the    27-year-old    Q?dar    ^as6 kifd south of the camp. Rapids man,    his attorney’s    ap-    *^e spokesman said all    ves- plication to obtain a psychiatric *^8 r6|UI’ned safely after what examination at county expense I }ie caded 8ood ^ds* The murder case of Graydon coasial camp, 47 I Caslavka has been bound over soudl Beirut, houses Drive Safely Arafat Protection NEW YORK (AP) - It cost the city of New York $750,000 to protect Yasir Arafat during his stay here last week, says Mayor Beame. to the Linn grand jury after a preliminary hearing in magis- 9 $10,000 Pyramid Rates court Friday. has been granted. Caslavka, a custodian j Harding junior high school, is I accused in the shooting death at i the school of another janitor, Redginald L). Cady, 26, Walker, on Nov. 1. Israel, has attacked Palestinian targets; a(iin Lebanon on a daily ba?is for the last week. You insist on having your good clothes DRY CLEANED to retain crispness... WHY ^TR A DJc^DL> What Do Many Doctors Use When They Suffer Pain And Itch Of Hemorrhoidal Tissues? 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