Cedar Rapids Gazette, January 12, 1974, Page 9

Cedar Rapids Gazette

January 12, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Paper Claims Military Spying on Kissinger CHICAGO (AP) High mili- lary officials once spied and eavesdropped on Secretary of State Kissinger during Vietnam damental inaccuracy" but that no story "can be totally nccu- said. U.S. Shifts ICBAA Targets in Russia WASHINGTON (Al') In a major strategy change, Ihe tar- gets of some of this country's long-range missiles have been should try limited "advwvi singer, who has been indicating as U.S. officials call itjsince last summer that a rate on this the paper shifted from Soviet cities to negotiations, Ihe Chicago Tri-l The paper said none bune reported l-Yiday. The Tribune said a secret 1971 White House investigation by the "plumbers" unit found that top-secret Information was passed from Kissinger's Na tional Security Council office (o the Joint Chiefs of Staff, includ- ing its chairman, Adm. Thomas H. Moorcr. "National Security" This investigation by (he Russian missile bases, com of Ihe roam) centers and oilier mili plumbers is the "national secu- rity mailer" often referred to by President Nixon in his public statements, the Tribune said. The newspaper got its infor- mation from unidentified "sources familiar with the probe" and "one former govern- ment official with knowledge of the investigation." Moorcr, in a statement issued through an aide, termed the report that he received any in- formation through nary means "ridiculous" and "ludicrous." He told the Tribune he never had difficulty obtaining any in- formation from Kissinger through normal channels. A White House official also commented on the Tribune story. He said, "Basically, that story is inaccurate. Elements of the story are incorrect." The came official referred the Tri- bune to White House counsel J. Fred Buzhardt the publication said. "Misleading" Buzhardt termed the earlier sources could explain why the officials would direct such a campaign against Kissinger, who was involved in efforts to settle the Vietnam war as the top foreign affairs counsel to Nixon at the time. Nor could source confirm that Moorcr was involved personally, the publica- tion said. A former government official, however, told the Tribune that military authorities, including Moorcr, were upset by Kis- singer's secret personal diplo- macy and a decision to bypass them with sensitive intelligence information. lary targets. The move, made over the last few months, is intended lo give President Nixon an option to respond with less than all-out in Europe or elsewhere. Widened Hange In effect, the revised strategy widens Ihe range of choices available to the President beyond massive retaliation against Soviet cities, which long has been the cornerstone of U.S. policy for deterring any Russian nuclear attack, nuclear war if the Russians] Secretary of Defense Schle- Wins Freedom After Look-Alike Confesses denial "misleading" sale story contained a "fun- Trophy Lounge presents Every Fri. Sat. "KAYNE" H Slrcet S.W. URBANA FEED IMPLEMENT CO. MAIN Present from Omaha, Nebr. Fri. Sat. Night 9 154 Beer Fri. Evening 7 pm-S pm Carry Out Brbfisted Chicken Pabsf Bud on fap 443-5438 I" Sat. Jan. C'mon out enjoy 'em! and Coming.. "HEADSTONE" SWISHER "Kissinger made the JCS aranoid as he said. There was one helluva lot lore politics and skullduggery oing on inside the JCS than in le CIA and the FBI put to- lie reportedly said. As a result, the newspaper uoled him, "the military used .her extraordinary devices to ompensate and began a overt intelligence operation on n international scale that went ar beyond the charter of the 'efense Intelligence Agency." Although one source reported lat wiretapping was involved wo others described the mili- ary tactic as lie paper said. NEW YORK (AP) A high school honors student has won his freedom from robbery and sexual abuse charges after an imprisoned look-alike volun- teered his confession. The nightmarish sequence of events began lo unfold 13 months ago when Robert Mora- les, 19, was arrested and iden- tified by Marina Danzig as the man who accosted her in her flat and removed from her bra at knifepoint. After undergoing three days of healings at the hands of fel- inmates Rikers Island Matador 'El Cordobes' Returns to Bullring MADRID (UP1) The Span- sh news agency Cifra Thursday aid Manuel "El Cordobes" Be- te, 37, who until his retire- ment in 1971 was Spain's most lopular matador, will return to tie bullring this year. Starting in April, the agency ;aid, he will fight 30 limes in ipain and 10 times in Latin America, earning nearly million. while awaiting trial, Morales caught a glimpse of hope when his attorney, Jack Goldberg, no- ticed newspaper stories of Queens college student who had been wrongfully accused ol rape. In that case Richard Carbone was arrested shortly after the collegian and charged with a scries of rapes and robberies rle pled guilty and was sen ,enced to concurrent 20-year terms. Goldberg noticed the uncanny similarity in appearance Iween all three men and callec Feed the Birds Saturday Jan. 11 12 Hwy. 30 West at West Post Rd. Pabst Blue Ribbon Old Milwaukee epk.l.10 FREE POPCORN The Emergency Room. 4650 1st Ave. NE change was coming, disclosed I'hursday that the new strategy tad been put into effect. "We have targeting options which arc more selective and which do not necessarily involve major mass destruction on thej ither Schlesinger said Soviet military targets would leave enough nuclear striking power, particularly in the 656 The Cedar llapids Gazette: Sat., Jan. 12, 1974 Theater Time lor Saturday PARAMOUNT Tails" 6, Korce" firing tubes of 41 Polaris and shorts-2 EASTOWN 2 "Jesus Christ 'oseidon submarines, to devas-j IOWA "The Seven-Ups" tale Soviet cities. WORLD "Executive Ac-1 Loans for Egyptian W- Pipeline shorts i-.w, 3-w, MARION Features at 11, 1, on the allies." and loan guarantees up to S1001 TIMES "Run, Virgin, Run" after speaking at an Overseas! WASHINGTON lAI', -Loans Writers Assn. luncheon. "The purpose of this is to maintain the capability to deter any desire on the part of an op-' ponent lo inflict major damage United States or its Sell those space-takers want ad. Dial 398-8234. no-longer needed quickly with a million for construction of crude-oil pijitiiw iii toon approved by the t'.S. Kx- port-Import PLAXA "Robin Hood" No Increase he matter to the attention oi he Manhattan district alorncy's iffice. A police lineup was arranged n which Carbone and Morales part. Mrs. Danzig, however icld to her original contention hat Morales had been her al- acker. His fate apparently all but ;ealed, Morales' fortunes took a sharp turn when the imprisoned Jarbone wrote the district attor- ney saying it was he who had Stacked and robbed Mrs. Dan- zig, offering details only the as- sailant would have known. One such detail was her Ital- ian accent. Morales heard Justice Burton Roberts of the state supreme Schlesinger told the luncheon the change in targeting docs not According to the bunk, 13 ell companies will use the pipeline; lo the Mcdilcrrian sea to save! require an increase in the STAGE 1 "American Graf-; the cost of shipping oil around Africa. STAGE 2 "Jonathan I.iving- numher or size of U.S. and their warheads. declare innocence Thursday. Outside the courtroom, Mora- CE and Mrs. Danzig shook jancls. "1 have no he iaid. LOUNGE 1075-6thAVE. MARION 1 5' BEER 8-9 P.M. LAMP Convenient parking in our ramp Ski At Ski Villa Woverly, Iowa Saturdays S Holidays n.m. In p.m. Sundays a.m. to p.m. Tuesday S Thursday noon to p.m. Monday, Wednesday S Friday noon to p.m. Monday, Wednesday Friday Evenings Special rales for private parties. Ladies Day Every Wednesday Snow. Making Grooming 319-352-9922 He did not discuss details, but was learned a portion of the Up lo million in U. S.jslon Seagull" ;cods arrd services will be in the line, the hank said. The loan is to go to the Suez- STAGE 3 "The Way We j orce of land-based Petroleum Corp.! STAGE 4 "Papillon" leman intercontinental ballistic lissiles have been diverted Soviet city targets and imed at a limited number of cy Russian military sites, ian military stes. With the present accuracy of J.S. warheads, missile men re- ortcdly will concentrate extra repower on selected targets to nakc sure they would be nocked out, even though dug in iclow ground and shielded by cinforced concrete. Experts said this diversion of lart of the U.S. missile force to FIREPLACE LOUNGE the STAND-DELL'S OPEN 9-2 Don Gearer, Bob Tischer FIREPLACE LOUNGE HIAWATHA SUNDAY FAMILY BUFFET id 5 to 8 p.m ROOSEVELT MOTOR HOTEL EVEN THE REGULAR COPS WERE AFRAID OF THIS SQUAD "THE SEVEN UPS" COLOR PG NOW PLAYING ALL SEATS Open Sun. 5 to Featuring Steak, lobslcr, Prime Rih, Crob togs clt. 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