Tuesday, February 5, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa TS .If"' •    "J-    ' ■ #w4fe#«#y. fifty! imiwmA HIbpIi, - ml    Irv%^* *’ v ."IkS. £^SaPF? I rf v -%P*lk    /*' ** 7 ■'Jt : ‘'»’ % ' &• ' • *• ’.f^* <    i TBf» ' > *V .vrV.&’-g-V^ »\j    f Ria* SpMpm: ^pf s#r**.«W it AO *«8(lwv *V NSi^ftP J 2 Tin* (Velar Ha pith Ga/.rltc: Tut»s„ Feb. 5. 1074 Trucking Shutdown Spreads; Jobs Cut —Grand Jury— (Continued from Page I.) monly made by attorneys representing the state of Iowa, and I feel properly made. “Honor Bound" By Judy Daubenmeir The shutdown of independent truckers in Cei'ar Rapids spread Tuesday as one truck firm shut down operations and another curtailed operations. Herald Smith, president of down are being felt in other areas of the Cedar Rapids economy, such as the lay-off Friday of 150 employes in the livestock slaughter areas of Wilson Co., Inc. no reason for the jury seeking a special prosecutor. Eads mentioned the possibility of a special prosecutor a month ago when the grand jury was unable to get a copy of the transcript from an assistant county attorney. Monday afternoon after tilt' shot and killed the fire chief of matter of the special prosecutor ||)ls t>ast Tcxas (own al1( , was concluded Faches asked to ...    ...        f , ,    ,    ....... wounded two ol his men before speak to one of the jurors outside the courtroom.    dawn tuesday, officers said. Chief Killed, 2 Other Firemen Hit by Gunman Cl \DEWATKII, Texas (Alc A gunman hiding in a tavern Upper Iowa Legislation To Be Asked ii I in    •    I By Ken Sullivan DES MOINES Legislation will be sought by the Iowa eon nervation commission iii its vt- Dale Reiser, Dorchester, a spokesman for the Upper Iowa River Preservation Assn., said it is “the commission’s respon- “And I and my staff would feel bound to honor such commitments. I would want the understanding at the outset, such commitments would be honored whether there is proper authori-1 Heck, returned to the courtroom (call about 2:30 a rn. from a! the commission Tuesday F o r r e s t My kleby, general tv or not, if we are involved." Alter he and the furor, George firemen said they received a preparations was .submitted to percent of    the    property in fixed before a designation eau lie acquired. “Such a designation." Sehnepf said, “may    well    result in na     iS jf,jiffy    to determine    if    ibis    (the forts to develop portions of the ll()llid publk . ily „ nd  ............ ; , owa    shou|d pf0 . Upper Iowa river as a scenic use pressures not compatible M waterway.    with    the resource.    | vlde nnt ' aUm to ,, " dlS « Ail    informational    report    on "Therefore    the    staff rceom-    lor    the    nation.    I    feel    ii    should    be progress    of    Upper    Iowa    river    mends at this    time against seek-    j 0 ,    iowans.” Cedar Rapids .Steel I ransport, manager, said the plant has Turner told about his unsliced Tuesday, "We’re not mov- rcduced outpuf betwcen 40 and cessful attempt to get a bill mg a wheel. We had some per-,    ..    ,     T ,    passed    to    authorize    Immunity ishablc freight on hand Monday poi ct nt this week I he tm- p roseout | on that we are getting rid of. The ployes not laid off are working jj e reca |j ed a murder case in trucks went out to Denver and minimum hours, not full days polk county in which the county Chicago but they will be coming “Th 0 chances arc, unless attorney promised immunity back empty.”    there is an improvement in thejto one person to get a conviction Smith said his drivers feared transportation system, there (of another. That murder would violence from independent verv possibly could be further not have been solved without drivers trying to shut down the reductions in employment at the granting immunity, he said. trucking industry to protest high end of the week.” Mykleby said “We honored the county attor- fucl prices and low rates. URS r “We are regulating production 'n e y ’ s commitment iii that employes arc members of the S() W o don't overproduce We ease.” Turner said "Whether it Faches said an “important mat man who said the tavern, Bet-1 -ferry Sehnepf of the commis- it infill, it vvou ii (hiss ) 1 < cr ic national 10111 ter has come up. door po Heck , • ,,,    ,,    sion said legislation needed in- conlinuc with a preplan OI Iola     i( wfls sen(ljll( , .. wishes lo speak to the conn ‘L,L    ’    ,.    I dudes:    acquist    toil,    ass    ti    til    n    g    open     ahcad #f Sen j HSep '    Hie    minor    blaze    was extm- 1    •    -      t..    i».    .......... about a most urgent matter.     "..... | Appropriation of open space “ “It should not be made public « uiahed qmck,y and ,hen a man 'j funds; designation of the public appropriated. record It may be prejudicial, wlm firemen said had apparent- 1 right to flowing water, intended because of adverse publicity.” ly been hiding inside, began fir-1 lo clarify the right to canoe or The jury then was dismissed ling at them.    , boat through private property, for the day and Eads, Faches 1 Fire Chief Harold Potts fell 1 he authority to condemn for and Heck conferred privately dead Fireman James Smith. 21. j P ar,laI intercst 'J 1 laad ‘ and ,m : Eads said Tuesday no action alumped to lhc ground , a 5u ,, et ^mentation of the critical was being taken in connection in his head. Fireman Mike Can-1 areas act whlch would en ing national designation. “If the proposed legislation is 20 YEARS AGO The Delimit would be possible to cra »j c national committee said ‘truth kits" Joseph McCarthy I (R-Wfs. I to editors and party workers in the cities along his speaking route. funding continues to be “ll open space funding is also rejected by the legislature, the commission staff recommends that the governor ask the federal government to proceed with acquisition development and ad- with the Hock matter, which ho „„„ 2 7 hinted back after a bul- the sl ‘ lle 10 <tewh, P Propost.ls to ministration of the Upper let grazed his shoulder    P r0, <' cl arpl,s of cri,lcal conc, ' rn described as confidential. Teamsters union “Tho drivers arc refusing to run. We would allow any of them to run if they wanted to,” .Smith said. CRST’s deliveries east of Chicago were shut down ten days arc able to move what we pro-; was right or wrong, he rep-1 duce.”    \resented the state of Iowa.” Livestock buying has also The grand jury requested the been sharply curtailed at Wit- special prosecutor late Monday son's. *    j afternoon after spending about 1 cu    ■ three hours with County Atty. rood Situation    Faches    Monday morning con-| Bill Robbins, branch manager cerning the investigation, ago    because    of violence    in    Ohio     0 f | bc    jyj as h pj ncb warehouse,; The jury dealt with unrelated) and    Pennsylvania.    Some    essen-; sa j d    warehouse is receiving matters in the early part of the iud loads were sent to Maine, j fewer deliveries from Chicago afternoon. Massachusetts and New Vork. and F.ast, but has about ai About 4:30 p.m. the jury went by way of Canada. One CRST ( W q_ three-week supply of:from behind its closed doors! driver based in Richmond. \ a.,    items on hand right now.    into open court    with Judge reported Monday lie was shot at    He expects supplies of meat    Eads. The judge    said the jury in Pennsylvania.    and fresh fruits from Florida! foreman and one other juror Surprised    and California will shrink    by    the    had requested to    talk with him “Pm surprised they were so     end , ^ lc wce ^ because    of    the    and that they had    then talked in effective," Smith continued. tr ^ kin 8 s ^ u,d ^ n -    .chambers. “Ifs pure fear. The truckers are Officials of the Standard ii    Report    Asked better organized than I thought c °; ! ermma . ,n North ' ,h " rK ' they would be. They’ve got the    * uppI,e *    *** J    \    DftntHe oiotiAno tnlrlT other truckers scared/ Smith agreed not to ship any more freight Monday when he attempted to lead a caravan of The gunman ran from the as designated by the govern-    j ()Wa    g enera |    assembly Man Siphoning Gas building and into nearby woods,    „    ,    ,    List    year    appropriated    $150,( Dies as Fumes Explode MIAMI (AP) — A man died inday o mrs ct siphoning gasoline from a can where he was being sought. 30 In his summary, Sehnepf re-     for acquisition of property In minded commissioners that the     tvvo designated areas along the YEARS AGO - German     departm . ent of ,he m . lenor ,n    Upper Iowa. Sunday of burns suffered when troops were reported still in pos- said n /u S . °/ ° ! l) !. H * The tvvo designated areas con-fumes    exploded while    he    was    session of the main part of the    J ovva rlver exhibits e char at-     tain a | ()ta | 0 f 4 993 acres. The :an    Italian town of Cassino and     ter,st,cs necessary to become a     state has acqu j rct j 76a ucrcs to into his car.    were holding the Americans to part of . na w an (Me at a cost of $125,100. Police said Alejandro Prieto,) the outskirts.    scenic river systems.    If    open    space    funds    arc    again 27. was burned over 80 percent      ;    It    recommended that the appropriated, the state will con- of his    body    when a    gas    hot    Want ads will help you find    Upper Iowa lie administered    tinue to acquire properly from water heater    in his garage ignit-    lost items, use them tor quick    by the state. However, the    willing sellers in these two cd the gasoline fumes.    results! Dial 398 8234.    I    public must control HO to 85 areas. ay flowers AT HER FEET THURS Fee 14 PIERSON’S FL0WERSH0P & GREENHOUSES, Inc 1800 ELLIS BLVD. NW YOUR FTO FLORIST FL0WERPH0NE 366-1826 terminal In North Liberty. to Cedar    Eads then asked the county at- j Rapids stations, told The Gazette; torney to report on the grand about 50 percent of the fermi-1 jury’s wishes. Inal’s drivers are refusing to Faches said the grand jury, run.    had expressed to him through ..Mir Deliveries are still being    his assistant that the jurors innn h    h    nrntpst    r    ii    <4i i     ni M e but will take longer with    “feel that in the interest of all Slopped    bv    protesters.    He    md     fewcr drjvm Somf fj „* jng fla .     concornod . myse „ and lhe tions were running low on gas,    grand jury, that they request a or completely out of regular    special prosecutor be appointed. stopped bv protesters. he is sympathetic to plight. Officials of Western Transport Co. said few drivers are working, particularly over the road drivers who own their own tractors. Company officials refused to indicate How many drivers were not working out of sympathy with the truck stoppage. grade fuel. Shots Fired at Truck of CRST “In our informal conversation I indicated the attorney general might be the proper person. I believe that is what the grand jury wants. “The county attorney wants to A closer to you banker showed a young couple how a Peoples 5% savings account can yield 5.13% interest ALBIA (AP) — A truck driver join in the motion for a special for the Cedar Rapids Steel prosecutor, (or the attorney gen-; ” _    Tenncnnrt rv a    u.    era!    or    an    assistant.” A meeting Monday night be- Gasport Co. said Tucsdav he Thp    asRed    cach j uror (ween Briggs Transportation was shot at while returning to)whether Faches’ statement was Co. employes and protesting his home.    correct, and each said it was. drivers did not succeed in Ed Hiemstra, 37. Ollie, said Faches declined to elaborate shutting that firm down, as the incident occurred about Tuesday on the jury’s reasons, the firm was reported Tuesday eight miles ea*t of Albia on U.S. f or seeking a special prosecutor' morning to be running as usual. 34 He said three bullets struck'heyond his statement in court Jerry Murphy, 1217 K street the cab of his truck. One shat- 1 that they felt it was “in the in- 1 SW, who has been active in the tered the windshield on the pas- terest cf all concerned, mvsclf GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS truck stoppage, told The Ga- senger’s side of the cab. zcttc, “The company guys don't want lo run. They're forced to run. They either run or they don't have a job. There s nothing we can do about it. and nothing they can do about it. “We’re going to continue to shut down and continue to try to shut down the companies that don’t want to, but we re not going to use force on them,” Murphy said "How long this is going to drag on is anybody’s guess.” Effects of the trucking shut- foi *e»n Sport!, lookzttpmq Gtnero! Inlor motion ond Off im Not Int od I (low (all Circulation Subscription Copt Mon thru Sot I a m to I p m Sundays Until 12 Noon Holidays 11 a rn. to I p.m. Wont Ads Mon thru hi I a rn to S p m Soturdoy until 12 Noon Display Advertising S a rn. to S pm Morion Offkt 391 1211 391 1333 391 8234 391 1222 398 8430 and the grand jury.” Tl*e county attorney said he did not feel he should try to speak for the jury. 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