Cedar Rapids Gazette, February 20, 1974, Page 2

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather- It a I n changing to snow by Thursday. I .ow tonight .‘to. High Thursday iii 30s. (che (fedm' "&n p \ cl a VOLUME 02 NUM HEK 42 * VAN CITY FINAL IO CENTS CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA,'WEDNESDAY, EERRUAKY 20, 1074 ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES Phone Tap *av J° leek _ . _ r Fourth Term Rule Eased As Go By Court Gov. Robert Ray vernor By Prank Nye DES MOINES — Gov. Robert Ray made Iowa history Wednesday when he became the state's WASHINGTON (AP) - A (ii- first chief executive to announce vided supreme court Wednesday Ihis candida<7 for a fourth term, said that evidence gathered! nis decision had been expect- through a court-ordered wiretap nj, *J?r sincc. lhe f-war-°ld * ! Republican ruled out running can be used against persons not for u. s. senator last Oct. 3. specifically under surveillance. \ Rut it came as a bit of a The 6 to 3 decision said the surprise when he ended his Federal Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1970 does not require law enforcement agencies to investigate every possible person a wiretap might incriminate before asking for a warrant. Illegal Gambling The wiretap issue arose from a tap placed on the telephone of,.., .    .    , Irving Kahn in search of evi- Wednesday news conference by dence of illegal gambling. [answering a question with the After the wiretap    was    in-1s*mP^e statement: stalled, the government sought) “Tm going to run for this of-to use evidence gathered f*°o again.” against Kahn’s wife, Minnie. Reporters suppressed their The U.S. circuit court at Chi-impulsion to scurry for tele-cago suppressed the evidence phones long enough to persuade against Mrs. Kahn, saying the Ray to give them another five government should have inves- minutes for questions, tigated Mrs. Kahn to determine    up    to People if she might be involved in] _    .    . illegal activities before asking! 11 that period he said it will for a warrant naming only her UP J? tbe    whether    to    i husband    >vote    "im 311 unprecedented Writing for the majority,    Jus-    f°urlh term    next November - lice Stewart said it    was    sui-    tp,s one for    four Years- ills ,irst; ficient that the warrant speci- three torms wcre tor lwo ycars fied a search for evidence of (’ac"- illegal gambling and that it in- lf they feel he has done a ! eluded a request to gather evi-, good job, they will re-elect him. dence on “others as    yet    un-    but if they    disagree with that.' known.”    I    they won’t, he said. Dissents    H    e briefly discussed the rwuioiac!state’s “great potential" in the ® I field of human abd natural re* sources and said agriculture is Backers: Panel Vote Will Kill Energy Bill Will Have Autopsy in Iowa City WASHINGTON (AP) — The jsaid, adding that it did not know house rules committee Wednes-jhow much gasoline, if any, was 'day cleared the way for final actually being transferred out of [legislative action on emergencyjthese states. |energy legislation, but several, Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, | members claimed the commit- Nevada, New Hampshire, Ore-! tee’s action would    kill the con- gon, Vermont and West Vir-!c*tfar    N*w» I troversial bill.    'ginia;    These eight states hadL IMmo    * „    „    ^ “You killed the    bill,” house {iieir total February gasoline TnTv    kV    T"    a !uK commerce Chairman    ll ar Icy'allocation increased    five l«r-I-oh    '2,    was    found    rn tho Staggers <D-W. Va.)    muttered j cent by Tuesday’s order. Three I ^daa.    by to a member of the committee percent of their original alloca-    01    me    lamny. as he stalked from the room, lion was already set aside to aid'    w    k    r°r    a    °n    u    J’ Rep. James Delaney    (D-N.Y.) |hardship cases; the    new five-    f    ,?P‘, ranking Democrat on    the rules percent increase is    added to    J    authorities    they    found the The body of Donald Van committee agreed. In voting unanimously to send the much-delayed bill to the floor, the committee declined to grant the legislation a blanket waiver against procedural points of order ex^ peeted to be raised by several members of the house. that hardshiD set aside for use body whi,e dra&'in8 in the area that hardship set a si Ic tor use whi(,h hg(J been at the governors discretion.    jps    several    days. The New Jersey and Virginia: ,    .    ,    ,    ,    . Last Feb. 9. "these two states!^5 scarch had bccn sus’ were designated to receive up to two percent more gasoline in) February, if the oil companies! could conveniently provide it; — AP Wirephoto Hearings Ended Chairman Sam Ervin (D-N.C.) announces that the senate Watergate committee has voted to end public hearings unless it uncovers extraordinary new evidence. Senator Edward Gurney (R-Fla.) dissented in the 6-1 vote late Tuesday. Ervin said the action reflects the panel's awareness that the focus of Watergate has shifted to the courts and the house impeachment inquiry. Tuesday’s order included that two percent in a total five per-Instead, the committee voted cent increase and required the I to allow members to raise, oil companies to provide it all. points of order against the con- The five percent increase was to ' troversial oil price rollback pro J be added to the existing state j visions of the bill and against hardship set-aside of three Perla provision which would give cent of the original supply, for the administration temporary use at the/governors’discretion, authority to put energy con-1 Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, servation plans into effect with- Massachusetts, Missouri, New lout first sending them to con- York, Pennsylvania and Rhode j gross.    Island: The    FEO order Tuesday [ : The    committee also voted to required oil    companies, to send, allow the house to vote again on these eight states an additional whether to give the administra-jtwo percent on top of their origi-tion power to order gasoline ra- nal February gasoline alloca-tioning.    tions, to be    added to their pre-! Dead    vious three    percent state hard- D . _ .. .... .... R    p..    . p-.ii    ship set-asides, to    be distributed    va    tanned e    yas 1 Rep    Richard Bolling iU-Mo.)    a, >bp dUcretion    of thcir    Van Stems, and Mrs. Van told    the rest of the committee    nQrg    Steenis    made a positive    identi- I that    if    either of tho points of    miB#Js and M    lanrt ;    n,.si    [leat,on    at the morgue    at St. order is sustained the bill would!       ;    Lukes    hospital (Continued: Page 3, Col. 6 ) Donald Van Steenis Justices Marshall, and Brennan dissented. Under today s decision “ finally coming into its own as a Wiretap warrant apparently!^(rade need specify but one name and Hearst: To Feed 100,000 for Year “We are tremendously proud of what has been done in Fie field of agriculture,” he said, recalling that “in years past it was something we al- a notional dragnet becomes operative.” Douglas said. In other    action    Wednesday, the court: Ruled that either party involved in a civil damage suit a1-) most apologized for,” in referring housing discrimination once to Iowa s reputation as has the right to a jury trial. “the corn state”. Overturned a government pol- Bav sajd jle reached his deci-icy limiting federal general as-sion *to run again ,.oniy yester. sistance benefits to indians bv- day”—Wednesday—and then renig on reservations. The courT alized his mistake when remind-said Indians living near a rescr- ed yesterday was Tuesday, vation within an Indian commu- He    had    f0jd    Stale    chairman nity and who maintain econom- John    McDonald and    Lt. Gov. ic ties with the reservation also Arthur Neu of his decision “last are eligible for benefits.    ni^ht    and    this    morning,” Ray Refused to review the conv ic- sajd and now ^ was (C||jng tion of Arthur Bremer for the press “because I told you that shooting    in    1972    of    Gov.    Wal-    vou wou|d    bt>    among the    first    to tece.    know.” The court declined without comment Tuesday to consider    Years    Recalled Bremer’s lawyers’ arguments He    said    H.    Rand    Petersen, that he was denied a fair trial Harlan banker, would again be because of publicity about the;chairman of his 1974 campaign, case.    as in the    past,    and    that    Tom The court let stand a decision stoner, Des Moines advertising HILLSBOROUGH, Calif. (AP) brought an unemployment crisis be designed to work “with any — Newspaper magnate Ran-! to that state in 1970.    i    group    that    says    there    is    a    need dolph Hearst says he hopes the Secretary of State A. Ludlow'for food to be distributed in $2 million food distribution pro-; Framer of Washington was gram prompted by demands named to administer the Hearst from his daughter's kidnapers program, can get rolling Friday and bring The terrorist Symbionese Lib-about her freedom.    eration Army claims responsi- . Work on setting up the pro- bility for abducting Hearst’s be dead. Earlier in Washington, energy chief William Simon said the gasoline shortage has reached critical proportions in some states and that he would not hesitate to recommend nationwide rationing if the situation became widespread. Go/c/a Sets Up Coalition: Da'tan Out? JERUSALEM (UPI) - Prime The body reportedly was found about IO a.m. The men had begun their search about an hour earlier and the body was found close to shore. Taken From River A sheriff’s department spokesman said no obvious signs of violence were noted before the ar- However Simon expressed Mrn7^er“‘t;oVda Mci'r has 'sue.1™1 °f the mediCal examiner- their community. We don’t have S.flrJ‘andardS We Want 10 the'hope" Itat'tte"government's ceeded „ (orming a new coali gasoline alloca.ion program - (j govern,non,; despite a polit, would select locations for Fri-]of avaitablc supplies to -"l Cr‘S'S prt‘C'P" bv Dc' day s distribution.    states and within states Whether the program con- ikeley apartment Feb “I don’t know what to expect, pre-condition for negotiating her! up to the people of California,” I can only hope at this point.” release, the group demanded a Kramer said. “When it will con-Hearst told reporters Tuesday ^ood giveaway by Tuesday for.tinue, how it continues, whether ut his home    California’s needy. Miss Hearst it grows will be up to the soci- ."VV’ith the $2 million, we can turns 20 Wednesday.    jety.” _ I _    WB    _    a    I    He    said    the    bodv    was re feed people.’ Organizers said the coalition ai'm’ed' at'^uUable distribution    STET!"**    and    placed    immediilely.in  --------- *-    -    ||    cai crisis precipitated by Dc- b tj, b ,    , _ tense Minister Moshe Dayan, a:    cou,d    view    ,hYe    ^ 'spokesman for the prime min-. The My to ^ ,akcY ,0 unnecessary.    I    _    .    .    I    University    hospitals    in    Iowa “Right now we are experience The spokesman said the City Wednesday afternoon ing rather critical shortages in Tah°r Mignment coalition will i where an autopsy will be pervious parts of (some) states,& *just J1*011/, alonS tlle same, formed by a forensic patholo-most of it centered on the East *lnes as p*® °*le — hut therel gi^t, Coast.” Simon said. “I would was n.°. *mmediate indlcat,on Officials could not be contact- gram gets under way Wednes- daughter Patricia from her Ber- wneiner inc program con- would work and make rationing L-nW anartmnn) Koh 4 As a tinues beyond one year “will be „nnxw.cear\-    Jister    said    wednesdav feed HIO OOO people a month for “The hope I have is that we’ll    Possible    Delay    hope    our allocation program li would lnclude Dayan    ed after the arrival of the medi- 12 months,” Hearst said in de- hear from them and they’ll re- , r..ifnrnia nrn0r,m rntl,H would take care of that.”    i    “He’s    left high and dry if the cal examiner, but the Rev. scribing his ‘ Peoples In Need” lease my daughter,” declared ™Warn    injection”    80vernment    comes    Ramon Booth said he was told program. “And ifs possible for Hearst. president and editor of P°s* b y b ^d 1-ii Rev-1 Lmergency J ctl    (off.    a    Labor party source said. no evidence of violence was obit to become an ongoing pro- the San Francisco Examiner, y    .    f    ,    As    part of the allocation pro- The formal announcement served in the preliminary view- gram” for feeding California’s and chairman of the Hears! d"“ri5a^    ,0 «ct eWlics whcre was expected after Mrs. Meir’s ing. P°°r-    I    °.r.^    ...    -profit    organization, Kramer by the Maryland court of special appeals which also rejected Bremer’s contention. Bremer’s attorneys particularly objected to repeated television broadcasts of a CBS news film of the actual shooting. Struck down a New Orleans ordinance making it unlawful to curse police officers. (Continued: Page IO. Col. 4.) W ashington Model Hearst said the r (state’s “Neighbors In Need” program, which has distributed tons of food to the poor He said the program was fin- said. He said California they are most needed, Simon or- evening meeting with President dered an "emergency injection ’ j Ephraim Katzir to inform him Pastor at Scene anccd bv $5flO.(ltHI of his money ‘“j    ilpprov'    Tuesday    of    gasoline for 20 slates ihat she had formed a new co- Ce n’t r a'I "v^emhlv program and s, 5 miUion from one of his al 1,as alread> been sccured' 'which have been hit hardest by alition. the spokesman said Ch " . I whWi vL stoenk would be patterned after Waph-: family-, foundations.    Hearst    said    later during the shortages. He predicted the ae- Thcir meetlng was postponed h.long^t said he arrived'at the ington State s “Neighbors In    news conference: “My own feel-tion would cut long lines at ser- n , r    •.    If    .t    IS 8    Asks    Volunteers    !;««;.    ™ k--..*««___    ^    ,ive nouri> because ut a delay, scene just after the body was caused by last minute talks with! found. 1    ,1    ,    the National Religious party,! He said he had planned to and needy since heavy, heavy he decided to use the Washing- the real problems go much Here is a summary of the Mrs Mcjr-S bj , coalition ^continue searching iii the area cutbacks at Seattle's Hoeing Co. ton-style program after being deeper than food and go info FEO gasoline allocation shifts:    ,ncr m ,ho oW government but was approached bv one of approached earlier Tuesday by, jobs and job placements. I’ossi-    |„wa, Kansas. Minnesota. she al« racl in emergency sos- the men with Ute    news the bodv Kramer and Foggy Maze. three- My later we can do something Now Mexico. North Dakota. sion with her cabinet which met had been found, tor of "Neighbors In Need about that...    ohio,    Oklahoma. South Dakota. as ,j,e national security council. Ho described Van Steenis as a mg is that this can bo quite sue-vice stations in a matter of The newspaper executive said cessful. However I do feel that days. of T L n J* J • L I f I# CIX CT#    f\UU/U I f I CINO    Kramer,    who    said    the Wash- charles Bates, special FBI Wisconsin and Wyoming: These einjrihiaslzing the gravity of her “great gUy“* and "the" best mm    1%    I    I    I    #    I    inKton    Pr°8ram    bas    contributed    agent    in    charge,    told reporters!ten states were designated last split with Dayan.    friend    I    ever    knew”    He    said    he riiv/'O/P f\0(yci Unit^ mi,,ion in f()wd t0 somo lhre€ as h0 l0,t the Hearst home Tues- Feb. 9 to have their Februarv    ^    „    t'    _    h»H    lonk^H    fnr    him    nvorv    ,inv -, u    ,i    I    «    .■    rn    Call    for    Flections    ,    had    looked    for    him every day million people, said he would.day night: “I have a seat-of-thc-|gasoline supplies reduced any-    *    ilw    Except    Sunday    sincc    his    disap- start lining up trucks and food pants feeling that Ratty Hearst where up to two percent, “to the Dayan brought on the crisis prance By Dale Kueter    jioun\    ana    w it re tine t r.s '***{ outlets Wednesday.    !might    come    home tomorrow extent practicable and consider- by calling (or new pari i amen- The search    for Van Steenis a AMES -    The Iowa highwayione another whether    the    1-80    Kramer called for 1.000 volun-l(Wednesday).” He did not dab- mg limitation” of oil company    tary    elections    and threatening^ d    auclionecr    ^’as .commission    Wednesday    con-(weight station east of_    he Tipton    teers to Ret the flrst food out by\^ and’ the FB1 later said^distribution systems. This re-'to    resign    unless    he    receivesllfru^T!? AF) — The govern-Jtinued to air its frustration    over|,n crc angt is in opera    ion.    Friday and an entire distribu-]Bates was merely speculating, jmained unchanged the F West Union Area    lion network set up in two 627 Fired SEOUL ment has fired 627 persons, | the use of citizens-band radio by from senior bureaucrats* to truckers to by-pass state weight workers in government corpora- inspections. No solutions to the tions, in its month-long cam- problem were found, paign against corruption, of- Commissioner Harry Reed of ficials said Wednesday.    Winterset said the general im- weeks. ro- to resign unless ,w    launched Feb. 13, the day after FEO wide support iron) leaders of his his disappearance own party, Ihis apparently had ,n ,hp pnsui Todays Index Comics ............ ... SI) Courthouse SA Crossword ....... 91) Daily Record SA Deaths SA Editorial Features SATA Farm 6C Financial Itll) Marion ......... 41.51’ Movies SD Society 12K-15B Sports 11 Mil) State It’-SC Television it) Want Ads — 12D-I5I) k Other areas where CB radio is used consistently by truckers “R *s Ibe most effective pro-are near West Union in north- gram I ve heard of, and it can east Iowa and near Missouri be i rn p I e rn e ii t e d quickly, Valley north of Council Bluffs Hearst said. “The coalition can Ehlert said.    participate iii it. in the execu te 1973 the traffic weight divi-,^v<> committee. Dennis Ehlert, head of the I sion issued 46,000 citations to | He referred to a coalition «f| government reported Wednes-eommission’s traffic weightitruckers for violating variousiactivist groups chosen by the)dav that inflation in the closing operations, said his division has]state laws regarding size of SLA to supervise food distribu-'three months of 1973 was even five receivers for monitoring CB loads. The normal violation tion. A spokesman for one worse than earlier estimates; radios, but the problem is to de* rate, according to Ehlert is]group, Dennis Banks of the, hitting an annual rate of 8 8 per-terniine who is doing the broad- about 3 three percent of the American Indian Movement,(cent. press ion is that “We can’t do anything about it,” and he may Im* right. Inflation Rate 8.8% In Final 73 Quarter WASHINGTON (AP) The duet. a measure of the total out- ensuing week, officials interrupted their search once because of unfavorable weather conditions. On Monday, it was announced the search would be suspended for “a day or two” to casting. Standard procedure is Cor a legal truck to operate “shotgun." then radio warnings to other truckers that a certain scale is open or that the highway coin mission has set up a portable weight cheeking station. Ehlert said the heaviest use of CB truck radios is in the Cedar I American Indian said the “Peoples In Need” pro little or no effect on the formation of a new government, despite his influence, a party i source said. The Israeli national radio said Dayan culled tor the elections j allow searchers to rest, and threatened to resign Tues* ..    .    .    .    ..    .day    night in a speech to student:    Hadn    t    Resumed put ol goods and services in the jeaders aj(t.r (ailing to get the] The official search had not naii?n’ * .j f h /Labor party to form a coalitionibeen resumed when the body Hie report said that tor all ol j wUh (he rjght.wjng clkud 0p-i was discovered. truckers. The recent concentrated gram incorporated suggestions! since tile 13 percent increase in {estimated the inflation rate This was the worst in 22 years, 1973, real economic growth was 5.9 percent and inflationary growth was 5 4 percent. The preliminary report had in crack down by Elder's division found that nearly seven percent of the truckers were in violation of state law (’immissioii Chairman Robert Bigler of New Hampton said the state must do some- thing to counteract the  ................... ( Continued: Page 3. Col. 3.) from the coalition Hard, Fast Start We are the technicians,” ‘ The coalition is lire Kramer said iii effect the executive board.]the preliminary estimate Our job is to start hard and percent. last Hopefully this will release the Hearst daughter.” Kramer said the program will the first quarter of 1951.    the fourth quarter at 7.9 j>er- The government also reported cent. Tile annual rate was 7 that real growth of the economy percent in the third quarter. in the fourth quarter of 1973 was Wednesday’s report indicated Cid percent, an increase over that Americans were saving of 1.3 more and spending less in the fourth quarter, with after-tax The figures were in the commerce department’s revised report on the gross national pro personal income increasing $26 7 billion and personal spending only $10 7 billion. I position. “Since a national unity go\-ernment is not a realistic possibility at the moment, I propose dissolving the Knesset (parliament) and holding new elections,” the radio quoted Dayan as saying. Duvall was reported saying, “I ani willing to serve in the next government ii I get decisive and unambiguous support (Continued: Page 3. Col. I.) Van Steenis, who was known to carry large amounts of money, was reported missing by (Continued: Page 3, Col. 4.) I o(/(i i/' s Cli Uriels* Teacher’s comment on a report card: “The dawn of legibility in his handwriting reveals his utter incapacity to Spell.”    -Copvriaht . *    -    X.*.    i ;

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