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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 Weather—  Fair tonight lows 25 to IO. Sunny, mild Wednesday, highs in 40s.  Ic bf (Cedar th*pidA  ut  CITY  FINAL  IO CENTS  VOLUME 92 NUMBER 34  KIDNAPERS:  CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1974  ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES  THE POOR  %- Ut. £0    'f  Sfc *  t  ■m r   Author Is Arrested By Soviets  Subpoena for Nixon Also Send Goes Asfray in Mail  Record | ng   Of Victim  LOS ANGELES (AID — The feral officers, they acted legally 1  U.S. Bostal Service is trying to| in  connection with the breakin,  trace a missing registered letter * bey we . re rnembers  °f  a  .    .    , White House investigative unit!  containing a Los Aneles  known as lho p]umbcrs   judge’s subpoena for the testi- Ellsbcrg, a former govern Police mony of President Nixon    merit    researcher, leaked the se-  MOSCOW (UPI) -Tuesday took author Alexander Solzhenitsyn into custody after  'he defied a second summons    ....    .    .    .  from the state prosecutor’s of-    ’  bad    n ° l    amved     * n  Wash-  fice, friends said.    ington,    D C., superior    court by  Four plainclothes    policemen    midday Tuesday,  and several uniformed    officers!    The judge said, “I’m    rendered  went to his home shortly after 5    speechless.”  p.m. and escorted him to the prosecutor’s office, the friends     ol     N wrma *  said.    Los    Angeles Postmaster  BERKELEY (AP)-The tape-  The subpena, mailed by  cret  Pentagon Papers study ol recorded voice of kidnaped .Judge Gordon Ringer’s clerk on  US involvem ent in Indo-China newspaper heiress Patricia  to the news media.  Coal Leaders Reject Offer Of Subsidies  Hearst assured her family Tuesday that she was well.  A letter accompanying the soft, strained voice demanded free food for California’s poor and aged.  The Symbionese Liberation Army, which has claimed responsibility for kidnaping the 19-  It was not known if he    offered    james Symbol said such a long    LONDON (UPI) — leaders of    ye a r 0 |d coed'onTebT said‘in  any resistance.    delay in delivery of registered    ® ri ‘ ain ’ s    269 000 st ^ing mine     the  letter she was abducted “for  “Terribly    Rough     ma ,j <j s not  normal at all” and     Aor     unamrnously rejected     cr j mes ber  mother and father  Solzhenitsyn's    mother-in-law,    that he was ordering a trace on     <,n 0 f r    v wealt hy business-j, ave  committed against the  Mrs. Svetlova, said there were the letter.    |P en     P ay    to    end    ,heir    two '    American    people    and    the    people  eight policemen. “They were (terribly rough,” she said.  Ringer issued the order for  day-cld national strike.  A union spokesman  of the world.  "•ThlVtZwmte wa, bein*    te.st.mony at the request  nounced     Her    father,    Randolph    Hearst,  I hey told him he was bung  0 f the I residents former top  after a  three-hour emercencv  1S  P rcildent and ed «t°r of the aken in connection with an in- domestic adviser, John Ehrlich- m Ce ti n p of tho 27-man nvmi.tivo  San  Francisco Examiner and  -UPI Telephoto  ENERGY CONFEREES — President N ixon hosts a White House dinner for delegates to the international energy conference. He is shown chatting with Walter Scheel, left, West German foreign minister and president of the Council of Ministers of the European Communities, and Mitchell Sharp, Canadian secretary of state.    t  taken  vestigation of an important case  man   of the stare prosecutor." |  The docum( , m asks six(m to  Mrs Svetlova said tor haugh- , tsUf a ,  a h „ ar|  ,, eb and   r*    onciDAirnn    tho    nrvnr    .    .    .    ___  ter, Natalya, answered the door Tuesday afternoon. When she  opened it. she saw the same j . ,    .    - ^ , ...    ^ . i,  man who had brought the two    „°    _ Gord ? n _„ L . 1 ? dy and bc was    a     «•»  at the trial of Ehrlichman and two other former White House  meeting of the 27-man executive committee of the coal miners  chalrman  of tot‘ Hearst Corp. union in London.     Her  mother, Catherine, is a re-  The offer came from Godfrey 8 ent of the  University of Califor-Bradman, a director of the Lon-  n * a -don Mercantile Corp., who said    Execution    Threat  Caucus at Oil Talks Supports U.S.  tukmii= "rf, j-*-“Fi'"” Sri its .    irs-VSS ssi,z,  that the Feb. 25 hearing might;week in addition to the raises     0 ut    execTtion    tf    yoir  summonses manv men there were.  “They told her two, Mrs. Svetlova.  Gazette Leased Wires    restraint” not to discuss public-  WASHINGTON — Eight of the ly the wide gap between France nine European Common Market and the other eight Common countries decided Tuesday to Market countries while there support a U. S. proposal lor a was still some hope of compro-conference on the cost and mise.  shortage of oil between Arab oil Italian Finance Minister Ugo states and oil-importing nations La Malfa said his country is op-  At this point, Solzhenitsyn ap-     ,lavo to bc  postponed if the sub-    Jo to $22 a week the National     daugb ter to save    the starving  3ared near the door and the    P ( *‘na ls not found and delivered    Coal Board can pay them with-     d  exploitations    of thousands  ....    soon    nu vin al no Primo Uinici n r w     dim  CApiuuaiiofw    ui inuusanus  peared  Alec- policemen forced their way into  soon -  the apartment, she said.    The    White    House    has  out violating Prime Minister Ed-said  ward  Heath’s anti-inflation ceil-  of men races.”  and women of all  that have to import every drop [ported by Britain’s Sir  of oil they need.    iDouglas Home.    ,    ■    -    .    ....    .    ..    .    .    .. no   , .    .    m    ^    * , I    Mrs.    Svetlova    said the po-1 Nixon will resist the order to  ,n 8-  Jobert, rn an uncompromising    Left    Alone    beemen cut her telephone line testify, but it is likely that the    Pay    Hoard  speech, Monday said thai  But m hls fjrm rt , sjstancc  before leaving She called news- Los Angeles hearing would not Bradmans fund would make, ,  Europe must be free to tackle -    ,,  s  ...    men from a public telephone proceed until the matter of his the payments in anticipation of  01 M *" '“***•    ‘     lh,nk    y#u   the problem and that it was  ....... '... ... „ ou'side    possible appearance is settled. , he  increase above the ceiling , r ' ally 1  “  1,01  ** r '  “Mom and Dad, I’m okay,” said the slow, deliberate voice  of the world.  Only France, which has pur- issue before the United Nations:entities.” such as the U.S. sued a go-it-alone policy in deal- as proposed by France and Al-j He also argued with Kissinger  unexj>ectedly was left alone: “not desirable to estabUsh a ays-j  many o[ h]S ralk ,., KU( . s jn (he   tem of preliminary consultations j Common Markc( wcrc [ar morc   Attacked for Book  Solzhenitsyn, under attack ae  Hearing  ceiling*  that a special pay board is ex-  ,  tJP  The Washington Court, under P*“ cted t0 awaf d the miners. But  posed to bringing the energy I with the other big consuming na , h ’ fi ’ *1 thi" ici««inopr  a traitor  ^ or  publishing "The tlw uniform code covering out-J  e     to    set  .    n    j    a*    I    a    *    a.*    h    ,    sympalnelic to til® Kissinger * j    his    n^w    of*ststo witnesses whs to hold h P tho bo ii rd until the miners co  - is vin* IvTnrp the United Nations entities such as the II S    .    v»uiag Artnipeiago , ms new oi siait witnesses, was to nolo a  concept.    documentary book on Stalinist    hearing on    the matter following     0dCK 10 worK   Schmidt strongly    condemned    mass terror, had been sum-    receipt of    the subpoena. The    Heath’s C onservative    governing with the Arabs    and wants to    geria. There    is    no    point    in dis-    on another point. Kissinger     thc  .. scramb | c for oi j    ••  mea ning    moned to appear at IO a m. at    Washington    court could either    ment, which called the    election  buck the energy    issue to the    cussing the energy    problems in I asked    for “agreed rules of    con-     tfl(> b j| atera j arrangements Jo-     the office of slate  P rosecutor A    order the     subpoena served or    Feb. 28 in an attempt    to rally!  U.N., disagreed with the Com-    the presence    of    countries    which    duct”    in dealings with the    pro-    bert and. to a lesser    extent also    Balashov, but he had willfully    quashed.    support against the miners, belion Market position.    have no energy problem fqr the d uce rs. The consumers. Jobert the British concluded in recent    'he    summons.  time being. La Malfa said. I .    .          ..    .     in     .     in     The Nobel prize wi  rifled or anything. These people have been very honest with me . . . they are perfectly willing to die for what they do ... I want to get out of here but the only way is if you do what they say, and do it quickly.”  “It’s really up to you to make  Ehrlichman. Liddy and Young  ,ieves  B rad man’s plan won’t (sure those people can’t jeopard-  Cooperatkm  said, should not try to define a weeks. He joined Kissinger * “new code ... let us not seek to warning that “we must by all  summons  inning au- are charged with burglary and ^urk. And it feared it would tite my life bv charging in and also ignored an earlier conspiracy in the 1971 breakin ^ ave an adve rse effect on the doing stupid things,” she added. to appear Friday, at the office of Daniel Ellsbergs|P* rty ’ s  election chances.    (“I'm not being tried for crimes  The other European states, at a caucus preceding Tuesday’s  w n  a  a L^n 0n ,nfrov h lnt!'e a ncc n  ^  US ; L e P rt ' senled by    3     “ W     iTroVaTbartcr^Tndivldual There was no immediate indies psychiatrist. Ehrlichman also'isl One mine anion official com-  Washmgton energy conference.  smgcr and  Treasury Secretary world energy order.    [3'™ why Solzhenitsyn was want-  chargod wilh  p,, rJury     mented    that    it    showed    Heath  ».|ed for questioning or how long The men contend that, as fed-1  da ^s not command thc con-  uations, or escalating trade re-  ‘ Coordinating Group”  Kissinger suggested the con- strictions and subsidies.” ference set up some follow-up mechanism — he called it a “coordinating group” — but Jobert did not like this idea either  agreed to back Secretary of Shultz, is pleading for complete State Kissinger’s call for inter- cooperation and promising as-national cooperation and unity  s j s t ance  to its friends and allies of action.    who are far more dependent on  ‘‘Political Issue”    Arab cil than is this country.  “It is morc than a procedural Michel Jobert, Frances dispute, it is a political issue.” foreign minister does    ‘‘France, for her part, would not  said Helmut Schmidt, the West to hear o sue c oseic pc guarantee such a .structure, be German finance minister at an lion which, he contends, is im-  jt working ps an ad|on  impromptu news conference. possible ^* aa se the L. S., a     fQr energy  »  he said   Schmidt declined to elaborate, major oil producer, cannot be . K  .    "    .    .  saying that he was “under some compared with other countries Kissinger, as m«ny times be  saying ui*v    __ ' .....fore    in    speeches    and    press con-    ^  Terences, again was critical  in K * nt ° B ,e  nations market-§ r h 00 l    To SSGK    ‘‘bout    bilateral    deals    such as places at expected paces Tues-  A A • / / •    D ll     tours     °*    Middle    Last  $7.8 Million Dona Issue The o n i y  result of  (Continued: Page 3, Col 4.)  Truck Traffic Hits Near-Normal Levels  Patrol Probes Chase Death  fidence of his own supporters in  I’m not responsible for. I’m here because I’m a member of a ruling class family.”  Her captors said that, before  the business and financial com- they negotiate for Miss Hearst’s munities.”    release, her family must supply  End Bail Slowdown     wor ! b of frc , c    ve * et f-  hies and fruits for every needy  In a move to improve the Californian over a four-week  election chances of the Labor period beginning Feb. 19.  ' jjOfe    P ar ty,    Heath’s    chief    opponents.  By Associated Press  Produce and meat were pour-  liew from Washington that the shutdown was not over.  “A majority of the owner- dent which resulted in the death operators have not gone back to  0 f  a  young Muscatine man dur-Jobert concluded in two    recent     da y  as  the ovcr-the-road move- work.” Rynn said on    the NBC    j ng a  chase.  ment of freight by independent television “Today”    program    j osc  Falcon. 22, of Muscatine   un ’    truck drivers returned to nearly j “The large number of    company    was killed on highway 22 about  trucks withheld in the terminalsTO  MUSCATINE  Iowa highway patrol invcstigat- thc 30,000 railway engineers dc-ing team Tuesday was probing cided Monday night to call off the circumstances of an acci- (Continued: Page 3, Col. 6.)  Other Demands  The letter said “if this is not  (Continued: Page 3, Col. 4 )  miles wast of Muscatine  managed bilateralism will be to  By Judy Daubenmier    J    Air-conditioning    could    he     bid up  p r i ces  perhaps even  normal -    this    Ihinc    are    now back early Tuesdav after the car he  A $7 8 million bond issue to added to lite classroom areas  beyond prcscnl  , evcls and  ,, Thoro were continued reports ^  )h(  ^ ^  (hc reaJon waK driving wcn ,  out of conlro |  By Kra nk Nyo  remodel the district s four older , |h    h    h     slabtlize    them at levels that will  a00s      yj ,    for    increase    in    traffic,    not the on a sharp curve and rolled DES MOINES - The word is  junior highs was approved by! Aiinougn 1 preier 10 nave me  ruJn the  entries making the t^vor OI enaing me 11 cav, v 10-     t0     •.    , over    in a f .,,j d sbort | v  after the  the Cedar Rapids Community    _ a ^ oun     ’ f ,  s ?i  (> ^° ard  bilateral arrangements before lence-marred shutdown. B u t ^ strike leader iii Florida chase began    out    around this capitol city that  McCartney Considers Race for U.S. Senate  i  school board Monday night. member Steve Sovem, I be- | be y  ru j n  everyone else,” His- tN?y were in a small minority.  The board cautiously agreed lieve our best bet 1 for passage  smger to j d tbe t H) n ference.    And    others    among the  to put the matter before voters ® f a lM)nd  ‘ssuei lies in deferring  A  ^    ^     at    a     , (K)    JMM ,     pcrsons     temporarily  without including au -condition-1 the^ir-conditioning.    *  ing for the classroom areas the buildings.  Staff members were instruct  in the car  the Republican race for thc scat  predicted many of the drivers Two passengers who had returned to work would were injured.    ^ en -    H a i‘°ld    Hughes    is    vacating  strike again. He claimed the six In Des Moines, a spokesman!in the U.S. .senate may have a  !!r The 17 8 million figure fojptouse  d in n er for the muiisters.l idled by the .shutdown over percent freight rate surcharge I for the state department of pub- j third candidate before long remodeling Roosevelt McKin-' PreS,dent Nixon backcd U P  Kis *|  fuel  P ritTS and frt *‘K hl raU ‘ s  granted drivers was not enough (lie safety said a “formal written! The story goes that State Sen. I  Wll d  i.-rank Im in-!  sin 8 er on thls  P° ,nt> li m,ght 60  "ent back to work.    i ie sal( j drivers had only re-report” would be made on the (Ralph McCartney (R-Charles  JI!    ^    Truck traffic was described as turned to work to rep^ circumduce, -------------------- |    I    '    "  IfaUiiiM. I education and locker room ^ ycr ' he     term    bul    over    be, nR  ^een 8(1 and IOO per-, their pocketbooks.    Ta al crash  ,tmk. co-ihatrni.in    ^ arpas (h<1 audilorjums and in .ilhe 'WR term it is bad states-  M| #f norma ,  (he arfas  Spokesmen al major market Deputy Our  Ralph  McCartney  Oilier School Hoard Stories on Page 7  LTi    .    manship,” Nixon said in his  structional mixiia centers, cafe-  terias, small gyms, classrooms.  oas   corridors, floor coverings, site Jobert in his conference  wrong with such rangements, and  bilateral ar he was sup-  Today s Index  planning committee for remo- work, and improvements to the speech said there was nothing deling the four schools, to eireu- heating plants, late petitions asking for a bond, election About 1.6410 signatures  are needed to call for an elec*| The district’s other two junior tjon    binh schools, Taft and Harding.  $1.2 Million Cut    were built in 1985.  By deleting air - conditioning Passage of a $7 8 million bond  from the classroom areas of the! issue would raise the millage  buildings, thc cost of the remo  rat <‘ about one mill next year. doling was cut $1.2 million from but after that the millage rate the original $9 million estimate. *ould decline because previous The central core of all four! bonds will bo paid off in a few buildings will he air-conditioned years.  because areas such as the audi- If  ,h t‘ bond issue is passed. tori urn and instructional media remodeling could be finished in  surrounding the j city) is just waiting for Gov.  Robert Ray to make his inten-___________  _ _    ^    _    -ommissioner    Robert    I    nous    know n before deciding ,.....  hardest hit by the strike. Apd centers warned consumers still Holetz said a veteran trooper!whether or not to enter the race     1  I' re  "I** 1   violence had almost ended, with might face higher prices and clocked Falcon s car traveling for senator.    party laiufw.  a few scattered    shooting inn-    short supplies for    several days    93 miles an hour in a M    imic an    ^    j g t . 0 , )ce | Va ble, of course,    McCartney, 48. is a lawyer  dents reported    Huf there was no mistaking that    hour    zone. He said the    trooper    j ba j    ^^Cartney might be think-     and  served    two terms in the  In Ohio, Gov.    John    Gitligan    a return to work    had been ac-    met    Falcons car and    had to    j ng     governorship if Ray    biwa house    in 1987-71. He was  deactivated 4.400    Ohio    national    complished    turn    around in order    to give     shouJd fo „ ow Hughes >  k , ad and     Republican    majority leader in  guardsmen after IO days’ duty !    -- pursuit The case, Holetz said.;  re R|. e  from politic*.    ,    1970-71. He sat (Hit two years  and in West Virginia Gov \rih +    Mil!+^r\/    '     l< ‘ (1    l,} ’ l,  1 ‘     ml! ?    | {ut     th**    betime    i    i:    Hr.     af,u  • ” ’ ! '  t,,(!    !h $    Dab  in 1972, iH'giniimg his  centers will be windowless  Tot!a if * i lntvIc Ir  A bargain is something that would cost a lot more if you had any use for it co*vo*m  the fall of 1977, school officials  - estimate Without a bond issue  - and using 2.5 mill money, remo-[deling all four buildings would  take 12 or 13 years.  No date was set for a vote on the measure A 60 percent majority will he required for pas* j I sage.     Comics    I!)      Courthouse    3      Crossword    19      Doll) Record    . 3      Deaths    3      Editorial Features    6      Farm    13      Financial    20      Marion    21      Movies    18      Society    8      Sports    15-17      St.Ill    I. .      Television    9      Want Ads         Moore announced a “phased deactivation” of troops in a five-county area in the northern part of the state Several of the smaller groups land (AIM of independents reversed their in  pursuit lite case, iwKi* I retire from politic*. ended a couple miles down the*  4  ..    . ...    .    .. . „  road when he (Falcon) missed a     tbe     betting    s    that    Rig     senat   will try for an unprecedented  inu*»«tioatinDif°urth term as governor. His  se J' v ' ce  I* 73  said investigating .    later    ihk    Like    Milligan    and    Stanley.  LI T T L E CHALFONT, Eng troopers would interview toe    ‘    McCartney    has    the    respect    of  A bomb exploded two injured passengers, but,     t     his    fellow    legislators.    Many    Re  British Military  College Bombed v „  British military college Ridded that because of the dis McCartney , who  publicans among them and in  George R> n n, president of Independent Truckers, maintained in a broadcast inter-  An army spokesman said the (was behind him and might have I known to (explosion erupted in the records'missed the curve anyway. office of the dinner National  Defense college in wooded Against Corruption Jobless Rise    grounds    about 30 miles west of SEOUL (AP) — The South  OTTAWA (UPI) — Seasonally-1 London. The blast was caused Korean government dismissed  adjusted unemployment in Canada increased in January by 0 I percent to 5.5 percent, Statistics I C anada rejiorted Tuesday,  by an estimated 50 pounds of 113 tax officials Tuesday as part explosives    (of a campaign against corrup-  Authorities blamed Irish ter* non President Chung Hee Park rorists,    ! launched last month.  be interested Hughes’ job  Ile Is believed to be getting encouragement from Republicans who think neither of the announced candidates lur the nomination tor l .S. senator — State Sen George Milligan of Des Moines and State Rep. David Stanley of Muscatine —  appear  low ebb due to Watergate, for the ehowdown battle with Congressman John Culver of Cedar Rapids, the probable Democratic nominee.  Culver is unopposed so far in his quest for tile Democratic nomination for senator and is not expected to see formidable opposition at the party primary.  t  V  /  V   

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