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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Israelis Jai Prelate for Gun Running Visitors Permitted Walter Purse Snatched Louise M. .Jones, 2408 .) street SW is al Myers, 550 Vernon drive SE, pa,icnl at a kite’s reported her purse, containing „ A„0,.latrd P„„ hospital.    $40 in cash and identification, *    *    *    was grabbed Sunday afternoon Ambassador Lounge, dancing in a parking lot at 15(H) First av- nightly, East Marion.—Adv. *    *    * New Shipment! T Topical Fem*, Exotic Tropicals and Indoor Trees. Pierson’s Florists, 1800 Ellis Blvd. NW. - Adv. * * * Hest Rental Rents The Rest.— Adv. The Israeli government has jailed the dreck Catholic Arch-t,nue ne    bishop    of    Jerusalem    on    charges *    *    *    I    of gun running for Arab terror Divorced Group forming for I *s,s in occupied Jordan. people experiencing divorce or separation. Call Family Service Agency. 398-3574. - Adv. * * * Health services to correct spinal nerve root irritations. Associated Chiropractors, Iowa Adv. ♦    *    * Lost: Miniature gray poodle. Theatre Building, just    clipped,    no    collar,    chil    *    *    * dren’s pet, answers to the name Dial 366-7517. Messages from of “Duke '. Reward. 364-5441. candidates, ocean fact, horo-365-9712. »— Adv.    scopes    and    jokes.    —    Adv. *    *    *    *    *    * Calculator Stolen — James Attempted Theft — Police Lahr, 4408 Fairlane drive NE, said thieves entered the exhibi-reported a $400 calculator was don hall at Hawkeye Downs, stolen from the glove compartment of his ear early Sunday. ♦ * * Sale-1717 Wilson Avenue SW — Adv. * * * Locker Entered — Robert Brooks, 320 Sinclair avenue SE. The Israeli police announced that they searched Archbishop I Illarion Capudji’s Mercedes sedan on Aug. 7 as he returned from lebanon and found “a large quantity of weapons and explosive material hidden in various parts of the car.” The police said the arms were being smuggled from the Al Fatah guerilla organization in Lebanon to Palestinian terrorists in the West Bank territory Israel took from Jordan in the 1967 war. Study Blames Refined Foods for Diseases ’I hr Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., August 19, 1971 Ford to Bar: "Keep Scales From Tilting 11 CHICAGO (AP) Overly re-ldlcal Assn., connects the infilled foods are responsible for crease in a number of diseases and making a greater ef-to make his assistance a b I e to middle-income perpetuated — and oven regenerated — because of the righteousness of America, the wisdom of our judicial and legisla- 4400 Sixth street SW. Saturday night by kicking a door open in the men's rest room leading to the hall. Thieves attempted to take a milk cooler, but left it in back of the exhibition hall. * * ♦ Connie Hansel Is Back The archbishop, a 52-year-old Syrian, was taken into custody, but this was kept secret while the Israeli    government tried through intermediaries to get Greek Catholic headquarters in Beirut to quietly transfer him at out of the country. told police $50 in cash and two Becky’s Fashionette    for You To    However,    informed sources credit cards were stolen Satur- Call for New Fall Style, Mon- said the Israeli military insisted day afternoon from a locker at day, Wednesday and Friday, the matter was too serious and the Cedar Rapids Country club. j 1216 Ellis Blvd. NW. Call 365- an example should be made of *    *    *    9649. — Adv.    the prelate. On Sunday he was We sell Gold and Silver coins    *    *    *    brought before    a Jerusalem for investment. Jerome’s. —1    Jean    Ann    is back    at    Peg’s,    magistrate who    ordered him Adv.    jTues., Wed., Thurs.,    Peg’s Beau-    held for 15    days more while the * * *    tv Salon, 112 29th St. NE, 364- investigation continued. G. O. P. Women — Linn 4161. — Adv.    The    Greek    Catholic    church is County Republican Women’s    *    *    *    an east€m rite    branch of the club will hear party’s can-!    Alateen    —    Kenwood    unit    will    Roman Catholic    church and is didates for county offices at 9 meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at under Vatican authority alani. Tuesday breakfast at Bish-; the Lovely Lane Methodist though its bishops are not papal ops downtown cafeteria..    church.    appointees.    Archbishop Capud- *    *    *    1    jus diocese    covers East Jerusa lem, the occupied West Bank, and the towns of Ramie, Jaffa that an explanation of a picture    A ..A-, Prnrlijr + ion and Lod. His flock numbers only in The Gazette Sunday should    about 5,000 members, have stated that she had been By United Press international    archbishop    is    a    militant visiting her husband in a nurs-, strikes at two key parts sup-j Arab nationalist who has toying home rather than visiting a pliers and other auto industry Letted    every    Israeli    official friend.    labor problems left thousands I event since    the    1967    war    brought - —*    “    of auto workers out of work; bjs headquarters in East Jerusa- Pnal Minorc Repin    Monday and forced a delay in iem under Israeli rule, uoai miners oegm    jthe production of    1975 model cars and trucks. ,.ml Some 16.000 General Motors CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP),empioyes were idled at six GM — Coal miners began a week- truck plants in Michigan. Mary-long work stoppage Monday at jandt Wisconsin. Georgia and mines producing more than j canada and a GM auto plant three-quarters of the nation s jn Massachusetts as the nation’s coal, an action that will de-.largest automaker postponed plete already low stockpiles atu^ start of new model produc-steel mills and power plants. ti(m. Union leaders are calling it a rp^e postponement was trig-memorial period, a device in;gored by strikes against HONOLULU    (AP) -    The    tergate, caused in part    because    on in your efforts to prevent    the American Bar    Assn. has ended    so many Watergate    figures    scales of justice from    tilling. its 37th annual convention after were attorneys.    “Our    nation    has    passed . ... .    .    ...    ..    1    .    f . ..    . .. ... being urged by President Ford The lawyer can improve his through some of its darkest diseases of Western civilization to removal of indigestible fibers * . ®    . f,    1    -y    b, ranging    from    heart    ailments    to    from    foods.    V(,m ^ sca|(.s    0f iust,C(,    >rom    ‘ma8e by ’doing the best job he    hours, but the life of    oui land    is appendicitis    and    varicose    veins.    The    researchers also associat* tilting ”    ’    *    Vlin' according to * study from Southed refined foods will, diver- As lhe    ended    Friday    forl rhlf rwjear.h rooor. m,is    , I'“T the colon.    jam(,s    |-’ell<*rs    of Oklahoma    City    oval ...... h IS in the A up i#T/ue offhe    , T, TY '"'S    succeeded    Chesterfield    South    of    Americans, Fellers said I .    .    trointestinal    trait,    htmonhoids    r    ameland    op    nMeidoni    Mf    in n iifwi-unrH rmsccao Journal of the American Med- of the C0i0n and rectum, and IjdluldM obesity. No LeiW Against    authors are Hrs I) P Discrimination |“ and'l* A Vp.Talkw!^"* the concern of many of “Your energy and involve- army of fire fighters controlled n    of Johannesburg, South Afro a. By Congressmen Westfrn Nation, WASHINGTON (UPI) — The The diseases they cite began; justice department says it lacks u0 appear more frequently in the authority to investigate* al*'western nations as flour and legations that the offices of 19 other carbohydrate foods be-; congressmen and Senator Scott;came more refined, they report, (R-Va.) practiced racial and re- jn Africa, where coarsely pro-ligious discrimination against cesfted grains still make up the j job applicants.    basic diet, such disease condi- t ive system and    the strength of Fla., as president of    In a 300-word message read to    character of the    American peo ple 185,000-member legal frater- the 6.000 delegates Friday, Ford p]e.” : nity.    called the legal profession a    —------- Fellers, 61, told newsmen he vital national resource    lo YEARS AGO — A small mcern of many of    “Your energy    and involve-    army of fire fighters col his    colleagues about the image    ment renew our    hopes for the    all but one of    North Central of    lawyers in the wake of Wa-    future,” he said.    “You must go    Nevada’s raging    range fires. In a copyrighted story published Sunday by the Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram, it was alleged that job orders lions are either exceedingly rare or almost unknown, they said. However, they are being seen sent from the lawmakers’ of- more frequently with the adop- Clarification - Mary Robison, va/ 11    ■    r i 11 2000 First avenue NE. reports ▼▼ciiRVUia ^iaii Memorial Stoppage the current United Mine Work- Milwaukee, Wis., plants, A. O. Population Talks Asked To Reset Money Priorities BUCHAREST. Romania (AP) —The largest conference ever to consider ways of coping with the population explosion opened Monday with a plea from Ro-tw0|manian President Nicolae Ceau flees to the congressional placement office contained such demands as “no minorities,” “white only,” “no blacks” and “no Catholics.” Most of the lawmakers issued strong denials of the story. After the story was published, a high justice department official said that agency “will not investigate these allegations under any criminal statute. No criminal statute deals with conduct of the kind alleged. As for civil proceedings, this would be a matter for the civil service commission, not the justice department.” But Robert Hampton, civil service commission chairman, said, “We do not really have legal authority for enforcement over the legislative branch.” Eisenhower Says Nixon Believes He Is Innocent jsescu for a reordering of the ers contract intended to allow Smith Corp., which makes sus-l^j^g research spending. “We cannot help being most the miners mourning periods — 'pension parts and frames, and without pay — for those killed Briggs & Stratton Corp., which)    .    f*iaf ai in mine accidents.    I    manufactures door and ignition *cr,®USiy,f> ( Th. mJTear But this memorial p e r i o d, locks.    j™s> ot h« which began at midnight Sun-1 some 4,300 workers at GM’s marked to scientific research go day, comes at a time when chevrolet plant in Indianapolis to research for military ........also    have    been    laid    off becaiise Hue," Ceausescu said. of the strikes.    But    he expressed assurance I that    man    will    “ceaselessly | transform nature, forcing it to yield even more fruits, ensur- coal-using industries would like to be building their stockpiles in preparation for a possible strike when the UMW contract expires on Nov. 12. Senator Scoffs u. S. Steel, the nation s largest producer of steel and a heavy coal consumer, reported A+ A rmc Pjar+c ‘hi new resources for meeting MT nrms raUbL ever tetter conditions the WASHINGTON (AP)—Strate-ilife requirements of peoples '' PHILADELPHIA (UPI) David Eisenhower says his father-in-law, former President Nixon, “still considers himself an innocent man’’ and did not intend his resignation to be an admission of guilt. In a copyrighted story in the Philadelphia Sunday Bulletin, Eisenhower said Nixon “would have preferred to see the entire process carried out. “You have to realize that in his own mind,” Eisenhower said, “he still considers himself an innocent man. He didn’t intend resignation as an admission of guilt, just of exhaustion.” Eisenhower said reports that the family had urged the Presi ! Glen dent to remain in office “were kind of exaggerated. tion of western dietary habits in urbanized African areas. “Many diseases common in and characteristic of modern western civilization have been shown to be related to the amount of time necessary for the passage of intestinal content through the alimentary tract, and to the bulk and consistency of stools,” the authors say. Fiber Content “These factors have in turn been shown to be greatly influenced by the fiber content of the diet and by the amount of cereal fiber in particular,” they add. The function of cereal fiber! has been almost completely ignored, probably because it contributes no calories and has scarcely any nutritional value,” the researchers write, adding: “Cereal fiber is necessary not ] only for the bulk it provides, but also for its effect on the chemical and bacteriological processes that take place in the intestine.” Foods containing indigestible fibers produce more bulk and pass through the body more quickly than more refined foods. Their report said fibers also help clear the system of bile salts, which if they remain might lead to cancer of the colon and rectum. And they say fibers also help remove cholesterol from the system. When this fatty substance remains in the body, it accumulates in the blood vessels and contributes to coronary artery disease. that we would support decision,” he said. “Our concern that last night was for .    .    ......    .    i    .    him. But frankly, after a year last week that its stockpiles gjc arrnS limitation agreements j Ceausescu spoke to some 3,200 an(j a half 0f watergate, for were down to 14 days’ supply, j negotiated ^ far between the delegates from 130 nations gath- the famjiv this is a relief.” Jones & Laughlin, sixth ranked,! Soviet Union and the U.S. have erecj here for the 10-day World    _J_ said its stockpiles were a1- been little more than “eye Population Conference sponsored c .    •    H*    A    *    4. ready too low for the operation | wash,” and perhaps “fakery,” Ly the U N. Also on hand for Saigon: uistricr levels required by the strong Sen. Church (D-Idaho) told the the biggest international meet- Town Ov/omin steel market.”    senate Monday    ing ever held behind the Iron    1 own V^VeriUM —- j Church, a member of thesen- curtain sire 1,500 observers and i SAIGON (AP)—The Saigon Poll* 28% HaVInQ at<* tort>1^n relations commute>e. j OOO journalists.    command    Monday disclosed the * -IT Ll    ‘'digress    The    conference will consider j loss of another district town Financial Trouble !>t    a wide variety of topics re- south of Da Nang, the second lated to the nonulation of the I to fall in less than two weeks. Liston Dies; Services in Tama TAMA — Glen C. Liston, 62. “pur position as a family Was publications editor at Ohio State * eitheriuniversity for 23 years, died at; Columbus Sunday of a cerebral! hemorrhage. He was a graduate said congress must act to choose T milk Ip between real strategic arms, ..    .    .    ... r°UD,e    ...ind „ continuingwide variety o top,es NEW YORK (AP) - A poll arms race masked bchind a lated to the populate! et    snokesmon    11 Col shows thai  ........ of    cosmo,ie a a r e e-1 JJM. "ow approachmg four btl-l ICommon _ 85    miles    south    of    Da    Nang,    was of Tama high school and of Iowa State university, Ames. Surviving are his wife, Mildred; two daughters. Ann and Susan, and a son, Phil, all at home; his    father. Carl, Tama: a brother, Paul, Tucson: and a sister,    Mrs, Donald McLean, rural Traer. Services: Thursday at IO a rn at St. Patrick’s Catholic church, Tama. Rosary Wednesday at 8 p.m. at Mason-Hand funeral! home. Burial:    St. Patrick’s cemetery. (Overrun by North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops on Satur-Of Public Nudity day after nine hours of shelling .    _ i,    land    ground    attacks. A Cedar Rapids man bas been, jjjgp said nearly 40 defenders!Monday refused Refuses Calley WASHINGTON (AP) preme court Justice to free — Su-Powell former by Time magazine snows mai!faca(je 28 percent of the 1,040 people i ments. queried in mid-July considered *pbe SALT talks have been themselves in deep financialjmore shadow than substance. £.R. Man Accused trouble and 70 percent regarded “wav stations on the road to inflation as the country’s num-; Armageddon,” Church said, ber one problem.    ! He said partial arms control Time said a new, sophisti- j agreements, similar toi those {charged with    indecent    behavior    LadMheir    way    tacit tTgovern-1 Lt. William Calley on bail    while, cated technique was used in the I reached so far with the Soviets,    in connection    with    an    incident    ment jines    but    he did not in-    Calley appeals his court-martial j polling, ami it disclosed that 30 jean have harmful effects by    Sunday morning.    {iicate how    many maybe killed    conviction in the My Lai    mas-; percent of the people had ai stimulating the intensified de-1 Timothy J Parks 19 of deep sense of social resentment, j velopment of those systems Social resentment was defined that are allowed. as a general feeling that things; ----- are out of control and ordinary I 20 YEARS AGO Timothy J. Parks, 19, of HO or Sixteenth street NE. was arrest-; -ed about 7 a.m. for allegedly missing. sacre. appearances on the charge. -PDGn FOOD STORES SUPER SPECIALS PRICES GOOD THROUGH SUNDAY _ Alcide de    being nude in the 1500 block of; people powerless    to affect thelGasperi,    73,    the statesman who    Second avenue SE. course of    events.    A strong fac- led Italy    out of postwar chaos    He was released to communi- tor, Time    said, appears to be a j and onto    the    path of democracy,    jty court services pending court' feeling that a new morality en- died. courages pornography, permissiveness and handouts to undeserving people. Agency: Dangers In Baby Cribs WASHINGTON (API — The U. S. Consumer Products Safety Commission has warned that an unspecified number of baby cribs fail to meet federal safety standards because their side slats are too wide. The commission said the cribs were manufactured by the Simmons Co. of New london, Wis. The firm has agreed to refund] the cost of the crib if purchasers so request, the commission j said. The nibs were manufactured totween February and June of this year and, according to the commission, also carry metal brackets holding the foot release mechanism that have sharp corners and rough edges that can cause cuts PEPSI-COLA 8 16 oz. Bottles 95 Plus D«p USDA—Choice ROUND STEAK $119 lb. 806-34th Street S.E. 225 Edgewood Rd. N.W I 944 42nd Street N.E. We believe a car’s economy should be judged by how little you put into it, and how many miles you get out of it. SAAB Its what a car should be. Corner 2nd Ave. and 8th Street SE Mo*«l RR-4 MICROWAVE^OVEN made only by |4**VCPIftf. SAVE 50 - 75°/« OF THE ELECTRICITY YOU USE IN COOKING! ALL THE HEAT GOES INTO THE FOOD — NONE IS WASTED! The Amana Radarange Microwave Oven is the most efficient energy-saying way to cook! You can make big savings in the electricity you use!* SS*/. SAVINGS —4 lb. 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