Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 13, 1974 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 13, 1974
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Quality And labeling FDA Proposes 7(1 New Rules On Nutrition WASHINGTON CAP) - The Food and Drug Administration has proposed a new rule for nutritional enriching of cand Success Squeamish Christy M _ .. Ohio, succeeds in halting her ri · 4 u i!?"' .Pf,TM 1 ' 1 "*. hnok wilh a wiggly and clam- schonl field trip -- hot didn't Chruty Machra of Fremont, my worm. The fourth grade say whether she caught any pupil was taking a Hsh. (AP Wirepholo) ! Acid Rainfalls - NEW YORK (AP) -- Two geologists say that despite air 'pollution controls and sometimes because of them, increasingly acidic rainfalls are jyeateninj! East Coast farm crops and forest growth. Writing in Friday's issue of Science magazine, Dr. Gene E Likens and Dr. F. Herbert Bormann say t h a t over the past two decades the acidity has increased between 100 and 1,000 times normal levels, also corrosion of man- made structures. Dr. Likens, an aquatic ecologist at Cornell University, and Dr. Bormann, a forest ecologist at Yale University, blame anti-pollution devices fit- led on smokestacks to remove the visible solid particles from the smoke emissions. COUNSEL . . .suffers heart attack Buzhardt Enters Hospital With Chest Pains WASHINGTON CAP) -- White House counsel J. Fred Buzhardt, one of President Nixon's closest advisers in the Water ;ate case, was hospitalized ear- y today with a suspected heart attack, a spokesman at F a i r f a x Hospital in suburban Virginia said. Buzhardt, 50, was admitted to he hospital with chest pains at '2:23 a.m. Hospital spokeswoman Peggy 'ond said Buzhardt was hought to be suffering from myocardial infarction, which she defined as "a clot in the icart muscle," Buzhardt was described as in stable, but serious, condition. "He had a good night." a riend or Buzhardt said. "His 'ilal signs are good." A ^Vhitc House spokesman DILLARD'S Now Is Your Chance To Stock Up And Save! $ Ori,i.-10 And l»rf! 07 bars, puddings and other "empty caloric" foods. However, FDA Commissioner Alexander Schmidt also said Wednesday the agency is setting forth guidelines to "pre vent an irrational nutritional horsepower race" among food manufacturers. '-These guidelines will assure that nutrition labeling is not exploited or abused by those who would seek to gain unfair promotional advantage or promote a worthless food as something it is not," he told a news briefing. Schmidt s a i d some 70 new federal rules on nutritional quality and labeling a r e designed to address the world's growing reliance on fabricated rather tha n a t u r a l foods. The FDA said it would allow fortification of foods under the followin gconditions: --To make "empty calorie" foods more valuable provided that, if a manufacturtr chooses this option, he adds protein and specific amounts of 19 vitamins and minerals. --If it is covered by a so- called "recipe" rule, as with iron enriched bread, or a nutri tional guideline for classes of foods, such as h o t and cold said President Nixon, who is in Egypt on a tour of the Middle East, had been notified of Buzhardt's hospitalization. Buzhardt reportedly was up most of Tuesday night working on a White House legal position m the Plumbers case involving former top Nixon aide John D. Ehrlichman. Two other White House lawyers. Jack Chester and James Staudt, took Buzhardt's place today in U.S. District Court as the Plumbers proceeding continued. Buzhardt was named counsel to the President Jan. 4, 1974 after having served since May 10, 1973. as special counsel to tae President for the Watergate affair. Buzhardt was general counsel to the Department of Defense before his White House appointment. He is married to the former Imogene Sanders. They have four children and reside in Fairfax. Va. Buzhardt was born in Greenwood. S.C.. breakfast cereals. --To make a substitute food nutritionally equivalent (o t h e food it is designed to replace, such as imitation orange juice. --To restore nutrients lost in processing, as with dehydrated potatoes which lose most of their vitamin C content. Highway Jobs LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The state Highway Department added Tuesday two jobs to the list of « jobs, valued at $28 million, it will let for bids June 27-28. The two jobs include improvements to Arkansas 40 in Crittenden County and improvements to about 6.5 miles on Arkansas 16 in Miller County. The Crittenden County project was estimated at $272.000 and the Miller County road improvements at $1.5 million. Ballet Closes WASHINGTON (AP) - The National Ballet, this city's only major resident professional dance troupe, suspended operations Wednesday, citing a $300.000 deficit. I n f l a t i o n a r y production costs and a lack of community sup- ]Hrt were given as the reasons Tor Ihc demise of the dance troupe, which was founded 12 years ago. It has presented more than 1.000 performances in 275 cities and was considered one of the few imporlant dance companies in the country outside of New York. ftTEmDii The very special way to remember. .. COLLIER DRUG STORES TOO W. Diekson Across from Post Office Photw 4424262 Highway 16 Eart Phone 443-3441 f The Last Bag You Will Ever Have To Buy EXCLUSIVELY BY abdalla Assorted blends in permanent press'fabrics. Quality construction in short sleeve style Choice of patterns in these cool summer shirt with confidence and pride because of tor comfort in warm weather. Wear this shirt with confidence and pride because if its fine tailoring. Come in soon. 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