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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 Paper Claims Military U.S. Shifts ICBM Targets in Russia  Spying on Kissinger  Hip (Velar Rapids fia/.rttr: Sal., Jan. 12, 1974  Theater Time for Saturday  < HK Alii) (Al*) —. High in11i-Huy officials once spied and eavesdropped on Secretary of Stale Kissinger during Vietnam negotiations, the Chicago Tri-!  damental no story “can he rate on this canc said.  The paper said  WASHINGTON (AH) In a should try limited “adven major .str ategy change, the tar- turism,” a ; U S. officials call it, tincts of some of this country's In Europe or elsewhere.  Widened Range Iii effect, Hie revised strategy widens the range of choices  inaccuracy’' hut mm r..................... —    ✓  totally accu long range missiles have been ” Hie paper!shifted from Soviet, cities toi I Russian missile bases, com none of the,mand centers and oilier mill  nine reported I-riday.    sources could explain why the tory    targets.  I’he Tribune said a secret 1971 ollicials would direct such a    The    move, made over the last  White House    investigation    by    campaign against    Kissinger,    few months, is intended to give  tile “plumbers” unit found    that    who was involved in efforts to    President Nixon an option to  t o p * s e c r e    t information    was’settle the Vietnam    war as the    respond with less than all-out  passed from    Kissinger’s    Na    kip foreign affairs    counsel to    nuclear war if the Russians  tional Security Council office to  Nixoa  at the time. Nor could a the Joint Chiefs of Staff, include source confirm that Moorer was ing its chairman, Adm. Thomas involved personally, the publica H. Moorer.    I tion said.  “National Security" ,  A former  ,R ov ?™nent  officia1 '  I however, told the Tribune that  This investigation by the military authorities, including plumbers is the “national security matter” often referred to by President Nixon in his public statements, the Tribune said.  The newspaper got its infor-  a vail a b I e to the President b e y o n d massive retaliation against Soviet cities, which long has been the cornerstone of U.S. policy for deterring any Russian nuclear attack.  Secretary of Defense Schle-  | shorts 2 4:30,7,9:30.  IOWA — “The Seven-Ups” — 1:45, 3:45, 5:45, 7:45, 9:45.  WORLD — “Executive Action” - I:40, 3:35, 5:30, 7:30, 9:35; shorts - 1:30, 3:10, 5:10,  Wins Freedom After Look-Alike Confesses  1:55, 3:45, 5:35, 7:35, 9:30; 1:40, 3:25, 5:15, 7:10,  Moorer, were upset by Kis-! singer’s secret personal diplo-  NKW  YORK  ,A,, I ~  A h, R h  the matter to the attention of rn acy and a decision to bypass school honors student has won the Manhattan district atorney’s them with sensitive intelligence his freedom from robbery and office.  information.    sexual    abuse    charges    after    an    A    police    lineup    was    arranged  “Kissinger paranoid as “There was more politics  made the JCS bell,” he said one helluva lot and skullduggery  mation from unidentified “sources familiar with the probe” and “one former government official with knowledge of  the investigation.”    (going    on inside the JCS than in  Moorer, in a statement issued the  (  * A an( I the U’HI put through an aide, termed the lather,” he reportedly said, report that he received any in-  As a  result, the newspaper formation through extraordi- !  quoted him, “the military used nary means “ridiculous” and  ot her extraordinary devices to “ludicrous.”    (compensate ... and began a flat and removed  He told the Tribune he neveri covert  intelligence operation on had difficulty obtaining any in-  an  international scale that went formation from Kissinger' far  beyond the charter of the through normal channels.    I Defense Intelligence Agency.”  A White House official also though one source reported commented on the Tribune that wiretapping was involved, story. He said, “Basically, that! two othcrs  described the mili-story is inaccurate. Elements of i tar y  tac ‘tic as “eavesdropping,” the story are incorrect.” Thethe paper said.  fame official referred the Tri-J ----  birne to White House counsel J  imprisoned look-alike    volun- in which Carbone and Morales  teered his confession.    ook part. Mrs. Danzig, however  The nightmarish sequence of held to her original contention events began to unfold 13 that Morales had been her otto- months ago when Robert Mora- tacker.  les, 19, was arrested and idem His fate apparently all but tified by Marina Danzig as the sealed, Morales’ fortunes took a man who accosted her in | ler  sharp turn when the imprisoned  $15 from her  Carbone wrote the district attor-  Frod Buzhardt the publication said.  “Misleading”  Matador ‘El Cordobes’ Returns to Bullring  MADRID (UPI) - The Span-  Buzhardt termed the earlier ■* J*?* ’TC, 0 /™ [ hu ^? y  denial “misleading" and said “ ld    El     “* s  Bo  tte story contained a “fun- ”•.£>  unt1 ' 5*"*™;  J     ment in 1971 was Spain s most  popular matador, will return to the bullring this year.  Starting in April, the agency said, he will fight 30 times in Spain and IO times in Latin America, earning nearly $1.4 million.  Feed the Birds  Trophy Lounge  presents Every Tri. & Sat.  "KAVIN!”  519 ll Street S.W.  ncy saying it was he who had bra at knifepoint.    attacked and robbed Mrs. Dan-  After undergoing three days zig, offering details only the as-of beatings at the hands of lei- sailant would have known, low inmates at Dikers Island One such detail was her Jtal-while awaiting trial, Morales ian accent, caught a glimpse of hope when Morales heard Justice Burton his attorney, Jack Goldberg, no- Roberts of the state supreme ticed newspaper stories of a court declare his innocence Queens college student who had Thursday, been wrongfully accused of Outside the courtroom, Mora-rape.    les and Mrs. Danzig shook  In that case Richard Carbone, hands.  20, was arrested shortly after “I have no bitterness,” he the collegian and charged with a said.  series of rapes and robberies. _  He pled guilty and was sentenced lo concurrent 20-year J terms.  singer, who has bmi indicating j Soviet military targets would    PARAMOUNT —    “Magnum  since last, summer that a leave enough nuclear strikingjp’ orce ” _ 2:20, 4:50,    7:20,    9:50;  change was coming, disclosed power, particularly in the 656 Thursday that the new strategy!firing tubes of 41 Polaris and had been put into effect.    Poseidon    submarines, lo devas-  “We have targeting options; ,ate  Soviet cities which are more selective and  which do not necessarily involve Loans for Egyptian major mass destruction on the    q- _i* ^  other side,” Schlesinger said    Pip6lin6    Approved  after speaking at an Overseas WASHINGTON (AP, Ixians 7:05,9:05.  Writers Assn. luncheon.    and loan guarantees up to $100    TIMES - “Run, Virgin,    Run”  “The purpose of this ... is to j-niiJjon for construction of maintain lh.- capability to deterL rud( .  oj|  j     h| E     ,  h    shorts   any desire on the part of an op-  t  portent to inflict major damage | lM!n a PI )r ° vcd b    the 1 s Kx   on the United Staten or its port-lmport b; nk.    PLAZA    “Robin Hood" —    2,  allies.”    According to the bank, 13 oil 3:45, 5 ; 35 1  7 ; 25, 9:15.  No Increase    [companies will use the pipeline  ,    ?o the Mediterrian sea to save  Schlesinger told the luncheon  ( . 0 ^  0 f shipping oil around the change in targeting does not  require an increase in the ( p j 0  $200 million in U. S. stun Seagull”  number or size of U.S. missiles Iservices will be used 9 40.  and their warheads.    I    in constructing the line, the bank    , }    tirr .     w   He did not discuss details, but  s;i j f j    SIACih    3    — ihe Way^  it was learned a portion of the •phc! j oan  j ;5  | 0  g 0  j 0  q 1: . f^ez- Were — 2.30 4.45, 7.30,9.45  force of 1,000 land-based Min- Mediterranean Petroleum Corp. STAGE 4 — “Papillon” uteman intercontinental ballistic Lf     owned    and     operated    2:30,    7,    9:40.  missiles have been diverted by five Arab nations, from Soviet city targets and The bank said the Betchel aimed at a limited number of [Corp. of San Francisco will be key Russian military sites.    I primarily responsible for design  sian military stes.    [and <(instruction cf the pipeline,!  With the present accuracy of which will run from the Gulf of U.S. warheads, missile men re- Suez 20't miles to a point near portedly will concentrate extra Alexandria, firepower on selected targets to  Had Tails” - 2:20, 4:10, 6, 7.45,  9:35.  EASTOWN 2 “Jesus Christ Superstar” 1:30, 3:30, 5:30,  7.30, 9:30.  MARION Features at ll, I,  3, 5, 7, 9, ll.  Sell those no-longer needed space-takers quickly with a want ad Dial 398-8234.  (Ute (Crbar liajriba CSazetlf  siaD.iinr.j In 108.) by rh# Go/.n* and published dolly and Sunday at SOO Third Ave. SE. Cedar Rapld*, lowa ■Khh -    ■    Pottage    paid    at  Etfabllthed  Co.  STAGE I — “American Graffiti” 2:35. 4:40, 7:45, 9:50.  STAGE 2 “.Jonathan Living-2:40, 4:50, 7:30,  52400 Second Clot!  Cedar Rapids, Iowa  Subscription rates by carrier 05 cents o weeh- By mail Night edition and Sunday 6 issues 52 25 a month, 524 a year Afternoon editions and Sunday / issues 52 SO a month, 525 a year. Other states and U S territories 540 a year  9 IU I    UUU av - J    •    '    '    '    '    J    —    '  No moil subscriptions accepted In areas having Gazette carrier service.  The Associated Press is entitled oncla sively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news dispatches  We  EASTOWN I — “When Women  make sure they would be knocked out, even though (fug in below ground and shielded by reinforced concrete.  Experts .said this d’version of part of the U.S. missile force to  FIREPLACE LOUNGE  presents  the  STAND-DELL’3  Goldberg noticed the uncanny similarity in appearance between all three men and called  RJ’s  FUN GAMES  Mondays at 7:30  Every Sat.  5:30-9 p.m.  BEEFEATERS BUFFET  $2.75 per person  Children under IO, SI.7 5  Roast Round of Heel,  Beef Stroganoff,  k  Salads, Relishes, Desserts,  Grant Wood Kitchen  ROOSEVELT  MOTOR HOTEL  CCUR RAPIDS. IOWA  . ADJACENT GUEST PARKING /  ii I id now  ihe film...  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