Cedar Rapids Gazette, February 4, 1974, Page 2

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette February 4, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa I he Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., I eh. 4,    1974 British    Coal Miners Vole To Back Strike To New Low Gallup: Nixon Senate Passes Backing Slips ACo°vLrage' Hifce DES MOINES (UPI) The lent ut the .state’s motorists ulio carry the minimum of liability coverage under Iowa law. However. Sen. James Griffin (llCouncil Bluffs), an insurance agent, said the proposal would Brief Solution To Fuel Crunch: Unlocked Pump LOS ANTILLES IAP) Boy, 15, Drowns In Motel Pool DECORAH at Decorah'* Cliff was the scone of PRINCETON, N. J. LONDON (UPI)—Coal miners Minister Edward Heath was to Qne vear af(er president voted by an overwhelming 8ljmeet with union leaders in ai I uvri wucuiiiiig QI lined vviin union leaders 111 ainn’c nnnnlaritp rolinn     '    "“T returns announced new attemnt to stave off the I P°PUl«ii tty I ating piaktd at automobile insurance holders in returns announced new attempt to stave ott the 68 percent, it reached a new low .he state mnrh a natinnwidplstrik-o    I    -    —    nit Malt. percent in Monday to launch a nationwide!strike, strike expected to turn Britain’s J After On a 37-5 vote, the senate sent of 26 percent, according to the announcing the result. ia*est r.a||lin l)(ai economic crisis into a disaster. |Gormley said, “This is proof : ti,„ ,urvpv    ,,,bn un    lc8l^at,on to the house    which me survey was taken Jan. lo-1 would raise liability The mineworkers’ union said I*13* lhe miners executive, con The indoor pot  *ro"P H‘ lh* |m"1 R0 „011S,, moto)    Into a sauna    and when hey rn a    drowning    turned found    Dennis at the    bot it was I Sunday    afternoon,    l(l!lll!’[ f11    r(,VjV» fbe    bov I Iowa senate Monday approved Iincrease premiums and could' any thing but difficult to get gas- Dead is Dennis Jones, IS, son    'a,ons legislation raising the required wind up being “just a plaintiff 0llne at cm1 city service station of Mr. and Mrs Emmett Jones a‘(>( • ,    ...    .    .. -'minimum liability covcrase (or lawyer bill.”    .......... jof near Lansing    'L h™Zr x Tho station was oles,.,I hut Aulhorttios said Dooms had P*' ™ls    h™" s- * * Wan    p.    ..    11 here was still a limp line    of.been    swimming    in    the    pool with    Ms u s; ' J.    'n,r r„n(, VflB Nostrand Sobs >4rs waj|jng thoir- turn at the'a brother and friends Tho rest anil ii .1 e , g I* . I ,..... Tough Times for Gas pump    1 Se,vicM: Wedncsday al L30' Nix- coverage coal workers voted 183,393 to 44,222 to walk off their jobs next Sunday, escalating their 12-vveek-oid slowdown into a fullscale walkout. DKS MOINES (PPD ranking Iowa energy A hiffh.l Po,ice S3'd the motorists were \y ii official idling their tanks and drivingi I OUTnS wrl0rQ6Ci About 86 percent of Britain’s ...... m 269,000 miners took part in the wil decide Tuesday what action crucial strike balloting last 10 ie Thursday and Friday. The votes, counted by the independent Electoral Reform Society, were announced by mine- trarv to what a lot of people a ,( U days a*tei exPerts from the present $10,000 for in- said. does know what is 'n the    ™    °!’    7*    ™ m dl'alh '° °nP '*™n predic.ed    awa-v    w"hout PayinR , becauae miners' minds. What we need is 'r,‘te    ^    "* «#;«W state's motorists will have Inn, “«• was    around    10 urea in    int    watergate    ton-    minimum for the death of two troversv    had    been    caused bv    0r more persons would be in creased to $50,000, and the one    $5,WO limit for damage to prop (govern- an increase in the ment’s) cash offer.” He said the union’s executive 1U vS0Paia e 0,,KsU,es* The latest rating was point below the 27 percent ap* erfy would be hiked to $10,(KH). “In a Hurry” proval rating Nixon received in a poll taken in early January. Gormley said, "lf the govern-j A sampling o{ ljm adu„s ment does not take this vote were interviewed in the Proponents of the measure said increasing the liability coverage would provide adequate .    • writ uncivicwcu iii int’ latest financial protection for motor- seriously, then all I can say is „    ists who were inv0|ved in trafflc the government itself cannot be r    'unn.,    ,„|.l taken seriously.”    Nixon    received    approval    fromj^    ,    persons not cai- — fi,nc« infnrvinu-Tying insurance. However, oppo- He refused to predict whether ^ P« cent of those intel vie cd, •    measure would to I the executive will. in fact. n„. disaooroval from 64 nr'rcent and uenis workers President Joe Gormley at union headquarters. The ballot authorized the union's national executive committee to the executive will, in fact, de- disapproval from 64 percent and •    nrpminm« fnr nviip launch a strike on Sunday, but cidc to launch a strike Sunday, ten percent gave no opinion. •    ^    o( did not make it mandatory. , “But1    he)    added, "the He continued to receive his wh(, t.ou,d ,Cast afford it Tiik«    members by an 81 percent ma-inighest rating in the South. jority have told    us    they    are    in    a Thirty-four percent of Southern- j„    , R-Cedar The result was announced hurry.    This    situation    has    been ers surveyed approved of Nix- reapiels who mtroduced the pro em's job performance, compared P<»al las! year said the bdl with 22 percent in the East, 27 *ould ald 'he responsible percent in the Midwest and 21 drivers and protect them from those who are ‘ financially irrc-sponsible.” hie purchasing gasoline by the llie operator of the Stanford end of February because of station apparently forgot to lock smaller fuel allocations to scr- one °f 10s l)l,nlPs when he vice stations this month.    I    closed Saturday night, police Maurice Van Nostrand, ,owa said. and an eagle-eyed motorist commerce commission chairman, said the major oil compa-n i e s sharply reduced the amount of gasoline to be allocated to stations during February. After Arrested nside Building Old East Paint Creek church near Waukon. Martin Brothers funeral home of Waukon has I charge. Throe youths with breaking after Cedar ’(caught them Senate Caught In Speed Trap Set by House only a few hours before Prime forced upon us.” Boosts Asked To Improve, Modernize Combat Forces percent in the Far West. The President received ma were charged and entering Rapids police | noticed the error to his advan- Lm*m    f,m;m jns]do . Ca™a r _ tmt taRe    Lou s    House of Music. 39(17 DES MOINES (UPI) — Senate Before lone other motorists Center    Point road NE, Sunday leaders gave up plans to push were Uncd out of the Cation s "'n'1'    Mio    l,,or final passage of legislation street Arrested were Donald L. Bur- lowering the state s speed limit no    idea    rows<    l8t of 11,40    c:1'fton    strcet    10 55 miles 3,11,our Monday. ' We're in for some    very l^gl' how^manTinirson.s'Took    advan-    NE' »    D-vcar-old    boy and a 16 Leaders said the delay was times for gasoline this month. ,tafie of |he situa„on More thoy year-old boy. The 16-yenr-old necessary because of a problem Van    Nostrand    said.    The major    were encoura(,e[j bv officers to bov was also charged with pos- in preparing the proposal for oil    companies    are    going    to    pro-    pa(rpnjze 0^ber stations    session    of a controlled sub- senate consideration after two vide 75 to 85 percent    of the    gas    stance,    believed    to be    marl-    amendments were added by the they provided in February    two    Juana    house last week. years ago.    Luther    Lecture    AU    three    were    taken    to    the    Senate    Republican    leader    Gif* driveway and into the Police said thev had Van Nostrand, also a key en- DECORAH — Alex Haley, in- Linn county jail.    ton Lamborn of Maquoketa, who ergy adviser to Gov. Robert D    ternationally-known author,    Police said    a car was seen    had hoped to complete action on Ray, said the public’s demand    world traveler and lecturer, will    parked behind    the building. Of-    the bill Monday, said the house for gasoline has increased each    be at Luther college Monday at    ficers sealed    off the building    staff was still typing the amend- jyear and said it would take HO    8 p.m. in the Fieldhouse. Cost is    and radioed for    assistance.    ments in the final house version (Continued from Page I.) the gross national product, however, it is the smallest since the beginning of the Korean war in 1950. “These increases are required to improve the readiness of our armed forces, to build up levels The government’s Hill-Burton hospital construction program and federal aid to school dis- approval tricts in areas with heavy fetter- Meanwhi|e> a survcy bv the al employment are being cuLR^organization showed that back sharply, he said.    62 £rcea flf , adu„s qucs. Other budget highlights:    jtioned before    Dec. 17 believed FOREIGN AID - Spending I Nixon should    resign or be im-1 of essential equipment and'sup-for multilateral and bilateral as-1peachedI An additional 31 per-1 plies and to meet    today’s higher distance increases about $100 cent said the    President should costs    of    maintaining    force!million to $1.7 billion. In addi-'not resign but be tried by! levels ” Nixon said    I1*00, alcl ^or Postvvar reconstruc- congress. The'budget proposes $480 mil-,ion in Sou,h Vietnam. Laos and lion in new money for military Cambodia rises $150 million to    Kuwait fun! mete    $649 million.    J IUcl VWO lo.    - I    J    #    - Although no new ground was    Congress    Raises    rlOuCfG K^OntinUBd broken in the defense budget pAY RAISES -    Members of    _ proposal, the administration congress and top    federal of-    **11 LiTlDOryO urged development of es- ficials will receive    7.5 percent    BEIRUT (API —    Saudi Arahia taWi^edweapons systems such raises In each of the next three Ld Kuwait have    given    Pres-! as the Trident nuclear subma- calendar years. Cabinet officers ident Hafcz Assad o( Syrja Tine and the Air Force Bl stra- and supreme court justices will ..firm piedgcs" ,0 continue the tegic bomber.    get one-time 7.5 percent raises ojl embargo against the U.S., Mid-East Lessons    in March. 19/5, foregoing a Beirut newspapers reported Nixon said extra funds are ralse this year. Nixon will not Monday. also needed to improve combat ask a raise for himself, Malek ^    saj(j    Fajsa| readiness, modernize forces, isai _    .    of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait’s and build    up munitions    “in    ac-    — lae administration .    .,    Salom    a1 chance wjj, lessons learned    mmanil!    Sabah' assured Assad that tht* the Middle East war.”    manpower assistance, primarily b    .    majntainpfi He said the costs of defense grants to localities to be used in    * acreemem to manoower are higher with his increasing worker skills through . j ,    ,    ,    dlscn8aRe manpower are nigner wan nib    Tnnarp^    annrnvoH    thp    S-vnan and Israeh forces on fhe all-volunteer force than    with    the training. Congress approved the    ifeiehu    is    wnrkrH    nut    on draft. No    longer does    the gov-1 legislation in December. In ad-    ™^ts    15    *orked    out    on ernment “tax” the young by lotion. Nixon said he is asking commanding their services, he15350 million to distribute to!    ^r,a s foreign    minister, said    areas    with high unemployment    Abdel Halim Khaddam, laid Nixon    said his    $1.5-billion5 rates.    down terms Sunday for a    disen- spending    proposal    for energy HIGHER    EDUCATION —    gagement agreement that    Israel research    is part of    a five-year. I Nixon    sought    $1.7 billion for    is certain to reject. $10-billion program aimed at college student aid. The average    Khaddam in a statement to aking thp nation self-sufficient needy student’s grant would be the Saudi press and government in energy Most will go for de- almost doubled to $805 a year, radio said: “Syria will accept veloping a nuclear breeder re- fhese grants would be supple- military disengagement on the actor and for finding ways to mented by about $25 million for Golan Heights front only if it’s convert coal into fuel that is college-work study assistance made a part of a plan for a total 1p« nnllntmp and mnrp pf- for an estimated 520.000 stu- Israeli withdrawal from Arab dents. Another 330.000 would re- territories conquered both in the ceive $165 million in direct new 1973 and 1967 wars, loans, and about one million have guaranteed student loans. . ..    .    til    ^en>    ^arl    Willets    (D-Des|percent of the gas supplies^! per person. His appearance is The building was entered by and that the bill would not be jori y approve, 53 percent, only Moines) said that the measure!available in February, 1972, to)sponsored by the Lectures and prying open the back door, po-ready for senate consideration rom Republicans. Eleven per-;wou]d affect on|y about per-meet this month’s demand, ' Fine Arts series.    lice said.    until    Tuesday, cent of Democrats and 28 per-    ______ •    1    ______ cent of independents expressed I"" Let Perpetual^ NEW Drive-Up Facility more ficient. The President left to future legislation any significant breakthrough in social pro. grams. He said he would submit a national health insurance program to congress and dust off his wel- Bribery Rumors Shake Up Italy Israeli leaders have repeatedly made clear that Israel is going to retain permanently some of the territory taken in 1967 because they feel it is ncc-essary to Israel s security. And one piece of territory they are Says Henry May Talk to Syrians fare reform plan and offer it ROME (AP) - Charges of an most‘ adamant about holding is complete with a new name and oil scandal involving wide-1 the Golan Heights from which a new approach.    spread bribing and hoarding by j Syrian batteries shelled Israeli But neither of these major: oil companies has generated settlements in northern Galilee proposals will be enacted in new reaction in Italy’s already untn the Israelis captured them. time for inclusion in the fiscal fragile centerleft cabinet.__ 1975 budget. Nixon said national | Premier Mariano Rumor rehealth insurance should not peatedly has delayed a meeting begin until fiscal 1977    demanded by the feuding coali te renewed his call for con- tion partners to force a show-gressional passage of several down on government oil policy. special revenue-sharing pro-    ........... grams, under which direct fed- ment to cancel on .Saturday a asked bv Syria to return to" the oral grant programs would be scheduled 7cent    increase    in! Middle    East    and    help    hammer replaced by funds flowing to j the price of gasoline    per liter    It    out an    agreement    on    the    separ- localities with fewer spending i would have been the third since ation    of    Syrian    and    Israeli troops restrictions.    the energy crisis began, carry- 0n    the    Golan    Heights,    the    Ixis1 But the tone this year was mg the cost of a liter of pre- Angeles Times reported Mon-much different from a year mium from 162 to    250 lire,    or    day. ago, when Nixon proposed dras- roughly 96 cents to    SI 45 a gal* tic cutbacks in many grant pro- Ion grams and urged congress to |-- LOS ANGELES (AP)-Secrete dispute forced the govern- tary of State Kissinger has been Suspected Arsonist Finally Succeeds A sus|M*cf<‘d apport replace them with his special revenue-sharing concept Fund Impoundment He didn’t touch on what has MANCHESTER happened in the last year. Re- arsonist with an buffed by congress, he decided like for a shed on the Leo Cran-to impound several billion dol-jdall property m Manchester lars in appropriated funds, succeeded in eliminating the When the courts decided against building In a second try on the him, he released impounded weekend health and education funds.    The    sued    had    been    set    afire    |sut.|,    a    moV(.    altogether Noting the cutbacks of a year last Wednesday, but Manchester  _  1 ago, Malek told reporters: “In[firemen had extinguished the some cases we have prevailed blaze. The second fire, however, and in some cases we haven’t.” beveled the building. The newspaper quoted “well- i placed diplomatic sources” from Beirut as saying Kissinger has accepted the request and I plans to he in Damascus by the end of this week. However the Times said its . Washington, stalf had learned n 1S that Kissinger’s schedule was too lull to permit him to leave j for the Middle East in the next I two weeks. 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  • Abdel Halim Khaddam
  • Alex Haley
  • Dennis Jones
  • Donald L. Bur
  • Edward Heath
  • James Griffin
  • Joe Gormley
  • Maurice Van Nostrand
  • Mrs Emmett Jones

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: February 4, 1974

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