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Wednesday,Julyl8,1990 B THE PES MOINES REGISTER 7A Atioclattd Prii Sc V V Orlando Bosch is hugged by his wife, Adrians, Tuesday after he was released from prison. Bosch was convicted of the 1968 homemade bazooka attack on a Polish freighter in the Port of Miami. The woman on the right is unidentified. Right-wing Cuban linked to bombings is released By JAMES LeMOYNE New York Tlmti MIAMI, FLA. - Orlando Bosch, a right-wing Cuban who is believed by American officials to be responsible for dozens of bombings aimed at the Castro government, was released from jail here Tuesday in a deal with the U.S. government. Bosch, who had been jailed on charges of entering the United States illegally, was tried and acquitted three times in Venezuela on charges stemming from a 1976 explosion that killed 73 people aboard a Cuban passenger airliner. Despite the acquittals, American officials have maintained that they believe he took part in the bombing. Bosch was convicted of the 1968 homemade bazooka attack on a Polish freighter in the Port of Miami. After serving his sentence, he violated parole by leaving the country without permission. The release of Bosch, a former pediatrician who was born in Cuba, represents a reversal by U.S. officials, t Last year the Justice Department tried to deport him, citing a Federal Bureau of Investigation report that asserted he "has repeatedly expressed and demonstrated a willingness to cause indiscriminate injury and death." But Dan Eramian, a spokesman for the Justice Department, said "a review" had led to the decision to release Bosch on limited parole. The Bush administration has been lobbied by South Florida Republicans who have close ties to Cubans here and who wanted Bosch freed, including the president's son, Jeb Bush. In the past, administration officials had expressed reluctance to free Bosch, fearing that such a move would be hard to explain at a time when Washington is condemning all terrorism. Bosch has been in jail here and in Venezuela for 14 years. The agreement between Bosch and the government for his release imposes conditions on his freedom and includes a specific pledge from Bosch renouncing terrorist acts. How do you speed-up the metabolism? ,i In order to "speed-up" or correct . the metabolism, a physician must 'i determine what underlying metabolic factors have slowed the metabolism down. To determine these factors, a ' specialized medical evaluation is necessary to diagnose these '. metabolic problems that otherwise escape detection by conventional laboratory tests. Once identified and medically corrected, these metabolic problems no longer cause fat storage. Now, the patient can finally lose weight permanently! Understand that obesity is a symtom of underlying medical problems and call Dr. Jon Van Cleave for evaluation. Dr. Jon Van Cleave, R.Ph., DO. 224-1001 Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m. -6 p.m. Free Consultations: 6 p.m. -8 p.m. Monday thru Friday by appointment 8345 University Boulevard, Suite E-2, Des Moines, Iowa Convictions of anti-abortion protesters overturned OMAHA, NEB. (AP) - A judge has overturned the trespassing convictions of 18 anti-abortion protesters, saying their actions were justified to prevent the "greater harm" of abortions being performed. The 18 were arrested and charged with criminal trespassing during a demonstration Dec. SO at the Women's Medical Center, an Omaha clinic where abortions are performed. They appealed to Douglas County District Court after County Judge Mark Ashford found them guilty. In a 17-page order signed Monday, Douglas County District Judge Robert Burkhard reversed the convictions and ordered the case dismissed. Assistant City Attorney J. Michael Tesar said an appeal was unlikely because he believed the district court would be the court of last resort when convictions have been overturned. Michael Levy, attorney for the Women's Medical Center, said city and state trespassing laws no longer protect his client. He said he has recommended filing a civil lawsuit in U.S. District Court to obtain an injunction against future trespassing. Unique school program faces court challenge MILWAUKEE, WIS. (AP) - The nation's first program allocating state money to poor parents so their children can attend private schools is nearing its autumn startup, but critics are planning a last-ditch effort to block it. The school choice plan, which has drawn praise from the Bush adminis tration and Republican Gov. Tommy Thompson, faces a court hearing this month that could determine its immediate fate. i Widow vows work of husband to continue LINCOLN, NEB. (AP) - In a letter published Tuesday, the day she buried her husband and 8-year-old son, Sandi Caradori vowed her husband's private investigation work would continue. Gary Caradori and his son, An drew, died when a small, private plane Caradori was flying crashed in a cornfield near Ashton, 111., early July 11. They were returning to Lincoln after the All-Star baseball game in Chicago. 1 Caradori, 41, had been the investigator for the special legislative committee investigating child abuse allegations and other matters that ill IDWEST BRIEFS surfaced in the wake of the failure of the Franklin Community Federal Credit Union in Omaha. Former Omaha mayor undergoes angioplasty OMAHA, NEB. (AP) - Former Omaha Mayor Mike Boyle was recovering Tuesday after having two coronary artery blockages removed this week. Boyle's blockages were removed by a procedure called angioplasty, which dilates narrowed arteries. Chicago beer garden ruling to be appealed by city CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) - City attorneys say they will appeal a judge's ruling Tuesday that struck down en forcement of an ordinance that effec tively closed many of the city's out door beer gardens, tci k County Circuit Judge Ken neth Gillis issued an injunction against the ordinance, saying it vio lated the constitutional rights of tav era owners. The city had Instituted strict rules for obtaining outdoor licenses this, season because of complaints from residents who live near some of the taverns. They complained of noisy and unruly behavior late into the night. FREE DRESSER When You Buy Any Orthopedic Mattress Set 1 1 Tffrrrsf-f t m 422 E. Locust 243-1251 DR. J. CRAVEN DENTIST PC ONE DAY SERVICE DES MOINES 1457 Keo Way 3821 Merle Hay Rd 244-6632 276-3046 MASON CITY 1625 S. federal 515-423-4845 SIOUX CITY 1010 Pierce St. 712-258-5696 CEDAR RAPIDS 315EAvnueN.W. 319-362-7037 ZXKZMK AH HH XX HKAH X INCONVENIENCE SAlEl While 5th Street in Valley function is under construction 10 OFF ENTIRE INVENTORY! 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