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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 Weather-  Fair tonight, lows in !H)s. Sunny S u ii (I a y f  highs in 4<ls.  MU* tiWdae fUtpufo dfoqeW*  CITY  FINAL  IO CENTS  VOLD MF 92 NUMBER 58  CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1974  ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES  PARADE  INNOCENT PLEAS  Goal: Even  7  Ex-Nixon Aides in  Court on Watergate  Up on Gas Nationally  Golda: Push By Syrians Headed Off  WASHINGTON (AP) — Seven McCord said Nixon “delibera ! former Nixon administration tely concealed and suppressed" and campaign aides pled in- the fact Dean told him hush  nocent Saturday to charges they money had been paid the de-1  conspired to block the investiga-| fondants. McCord is free on  WASHINGTON (AP) - As the {ion of the Watergate breakin. bond pending the outcome of By Associated Press  peak driving months approach, in addition, two of them pled his appeal,    Syrian and Israeli forces  iu,    ,    hriaaf    fiu.H    in omm.n nf clashed for 15 minutes again  the federal Energy Office is innocent to charges stermmng I"  a b '  f,l ' d   Nlxon ^ a n Saturday in the central sector of  moving to even out gasoline na-, (rom the breakin at the office of i thllr rer l u     ‘     P     *----n-«—    *—*  tionally.    Daniel    Ellsberg’s    psychiatrist.  States enjoying relatively high All seven were called forward  pearance as a defense witness'^ 0  t ense  Golan Heights front, a in the hallsberg burglary trial in Syrian spokesman announced. California, attorneys for Ehr-I  A  communique broadcast over  - , -—------    -..........icauiornia, anorneys tor cor-,  n  twimiuunjm: uiu<iul<im wci  gasoline supplies this month will \ )y  p  s . District Judge John J. lichman made clear they would 'Damascus radio said Syrian ar-  start being cut back in April,    I Sirica. Then the clerk of the    seek dismissal of the charges if    tillery    destroyed    an Israeli    bul!-  John Sawhill, deputy FEO    ad-    court said, “As I call your    the President fails to appear.     d ™‘ r    and     another    vehicle    in  ministrator, said Friday.    name, please state to the court The brief, filed in District of ^  (     *  a * erupt*. w en  The eventual aim is to bring’ how  y<> u  Pl ( ' ad 10 lhechar 8 cS '’ .Columbia superior court, said I improve "hem wsdions S     °  each state’s monthly gasoline! The names were a roll call of (the President’s testimony would 1 1    1   supply to within 5 percent of    the     most  of President Nixon’s one*    be essential to show that Ehr-  national average, he said     time  closest advisers.    lichman was acting as a govern-  In April, all Mates will be    Mitchell First     me " 1 of,lc  f  ial  °. n  r  a  .  ,egU,ma If land tank units remained on high  allowed at least 85 percent of    matter of national security    possible trouble along  their Anni 1972 sutml es adiust-i  Hrst ’  former  Attorney Gener- when he became involved.     a ‘ rl    1  , r    Tr ° UDlt    a   meir April, m/z, supplies, aajusi-    vi.trhf.ii rrennnHoH “Mnt    .    the    rocky cease-fire line left by  cd for growth in vehicle regis- ‘ :  oh " ‘ h i! re. po , Senator Howard Baker, vice-  th  October war There were Ratinrvs Sawhill said    guilty to all counts.”    Lhairmun .K u  eonotn H'o.-hJ 1 " 6 UCWBtr Wdr :  The communique reported no casualties for cither side. Reinforced Israeli infantry  —UPI Telephoto  KIDNAP VICTIM FREED — John Calzadilla, 8, his kidnaping ordeal over, is carried by his father to a waiting helicopter at New York's LaGuardia airport for the flight to his Long Island home.  Nab 4 in Boy s Kidnaping Woman Sets  By Associated Press    i    representative, said his son was-present suggestions they claim Self Ablaze  The FBI Saturday announced    "Or**    shape.” . I could help free Miss Hearsl.  I     J     “Ho    know    ho    wn« kmm  Rations, Sawhill said.  Still Optimistic Meanwhile, Republican  con-  arrest of two more young men in connection with the kidnapping of an 8-year-old Dix Hills, N.Y., boy who was released unharmed after payment of $50,000 ransom. The arrests brought to four the number held in the case.  The FBI said additional persons were being sought.  He knew he was kidnaped, but he made believe as though it were part of his regular life. He did not ask too many ques-  A food giveaway program demanded by the kidnapers con  gressmen reported the administration still optimistic that it will be able to avoid gasoline rationing, including during the warm-weather months when gasoline use is greatest.  Sawhill repeated the adminis Ration desire for new legislation authorizing mandatory fuel-saving measures, standby gasoline rationing authority and i    k    a    temporary exceptions from  ill MOSCOW clean-air standards to permit  Then H. R. Haldeman. John Ehrlichman, Charles Colson, Robert Mardian, Kenneth Parkinson and Gordon Strachan entered their pleas of innocent.  reports of some Israeli reserve  chairman of the senate Watergate committee, said he will I  ca n U p S  urge it to make public all infor mation relating to allegations    “Planned    Attack  the Central Intelligence Agency, Premier Golda Meir discussed destroyed tape recordings that the situation on Israeli televi-Sirica then said U. S. District might have been useful to the; s j 0 n after Friday’s fighting and Judge Gerhard Gesell had committee investigation.    claimed Syria planned an attack  asked him to accept pleas from He commented as former CIA earlier in the week to retake Ehrlichman and Colson in the Director Richard Helms went captured land but Israel found Ellsberg breakin.    before the committee in private  ou t in time.  In an indictment returned session to answer questions^ “We received reliable infor-Thursday they were charged about the tapes. Eater, Helms  ma tion from diplomatic sources with conspiring to violate the'refused to comment on the sub- that Syria had a plan to free the  r 1 :..;.    -    r    r\_    I      :    _    ess    -I    J    —    —    -1 ll—    ———- —    I.    ......  Civil Rights of Dr. I^ewis Field- stance of the session ing. Ellsberg’s psychiatrist. Ehrlichman also was charged with lying to FBI agents and the grand jury about his knowledge of that breakin.  Price Curbs Lifted from  Paper Items  'learn 3     !° F L ee !"e |leCtUred     P roseculors    Frida y     r ° r j lhe  celebration of International[2^ y  w |u^'a^ni«"atiMTsl former  assistant atl'orneT Renor./eoai  w    ii    ^a,    HW.    !hp     ,he    treatm ent    given    to one per- 1  Women's day in the Soviet proposed relaxation of clean-air  31  and Parkinson former coun- and  , tW SC V WIUa * ll W« IIM i  cnn  mr) /I in tho lriHnoninrr nf llninn lf ,.,0. nnf    lf    !    S€*l    to    NiXOn’S Campaign finance. HOW.  former a  territories captured in the Yom Kippur war,” she said.  Mrs. Meier said the reports were checked “with other sources and with field reports.” and Syrian forces were found in “a very high state of alert.”  Israeli newspapers said the warnings of possible attack   j     MOSCOW    (AP)-A woman' inCreaSedCoal ' burnin6   tinued Friday with thousands of    fi amma Ki a     i-    ,, .    ' Emergency energy legislation  tions because he did not want j persons receiving bags of gro- t, , r  i    .    ^ UI     ° Ver  containing these provisions was  too many answers,” Calzadilla  ceries      he f  cloth, nR and set fire to her- vetoed Wednesday by Nixon be-     L     „  told newsmen Friday.    Treatm    nt HR     in    Rcd    SqUaPe    Friday    night *  cause of  objections to other     0 omment   “You’re Reborn”    *     1     '    I    eyewitnesses said Saturday. parts of the bill.    Haldeman,    Ehrlichman, Col-  • r i •    .,    I     ln     Atlanta,    a federal judge The incident coincided with I  An  Environmental Protection I  s °n  ^ As for his reaction to seeing    EviHn,,     i„ u ____.*■    ____ 4 . Agency official said he disM-l White House aides, Mardian  There was still no new word f | rs t  raiifiSSifl  01 Patncla i We drained out of me. I was  son ind >cted in the kidnaping of Union. It was not known if the'standards  In Atlanta, a couple charged SvoTreXm”    J*    Atlanta    unidentified woman’s motives j RIckover Charge  in the kidnaping of newspaper cai*7aHiii*i saiH ho lh  ! nslitutlon - Murphy was re- were political or if she survived editor Reg Murphy pled in- :$500()0  by borrowing from rela-i! 88 *" 1 Feb22 after 4 *  hours as |  Th e witnesses   n0Cent '    lives,    friends and neighbors.  a ca P" ve - The owners of  ,he '"" rlsls ; “ ld ,h * *“? an a P;.now you'll wish we hadn't taken:,!,,, 'court bons pa few blocks  ,H " n  IO and 12 percent by American officials  Those Arrested    In    California, attorneys for newspaper paid $700,000 for his I™™*'» be ".bout OO They said that road.” said Stanley Green- 'from Ila. Canto!    American    officials  Arrested in the kidnaping of <»« imprisoned Symbionese Lib- "***• most of which    was re-     s  ;'Snded    be^cWhmg    ae she field, research and development,    Parkinson arrived  John Calzadilla of Dix Hills!" 3 " 0 "  Arm >'  mombtrs sa,d  Ti  s  nt..rie# Ta    v ,,    mausoleum    of V I    Urn,n I  Norberto Fernandex i7-: ,he >’ °PP" se a  televised news } District Judge    Newell    °'  v . , ,     1,<nin ' And Adm Hyman Rickover  .WDirto rernandex,       Ur    )ho     ,„ ; Kdenfield    said    he understood  found,r of  'be Soviet stale. accused U. S. naval leaders of  WASHINGTON (AP) — The  CamC trom [{ashm 8 t0n -of toilet paper, newsprint    Appeal    to    U.    S.?  other items is free    to rise, In what was taken as an ap-  campaign    finance    now. the Cost of Living    Council    peal to the V. S., Mrs. Meir said  committee.    having dropped controls    on the    her government has asked “di-  The seven    made    no    commem    MI billion paper industry.    plomatic quarters ... to do  "If you go for energy instead, a , s  they moved through a throng Overall prices of paper prod-, what they could to prevent re  British of environment, a decade from  0 f spectators and newsmen into  ucts can  expected to rise be- newal of fighting.”  un nrv    ...id,    k«>ln'i    «>iL-on    ,    <    i    '    hvpcn    III    and    11    nnrcent hv Amprip^n nffinia  in  were  his brother, Eligio, 19; Ricardo  W,,4V,V,,VV    ,v/ *    “*'■    ......  Tuero, 17, and Wilfrcdo Alvarez,  18 all of Union city, n j., the Energy Loan to  FBI said. They were charged    ^'  with violating federal kidnaping statutes.  The FBI said the ransom money had not been recovered.  I WASHINGTON (AP) - The Export-Import Bank does not  The boy’s fattier, Michael Cal- J'? v ®  au,ho , rlly ,0 pr0vide $6 1  /adilla, a tire company sales)bilhon^credit for energy devel-  that defendant William A. H.J Wtom her clothing burst into Williams had not been allowed flames, passersby and guards to make a telephone call and  from  the Kremlin rushed to her q •    $    p| I I that the F’BI visited him in his  an d attempted to smother the  oOVIGTS Dlockecl cell when hit attorney was not fire. The guards covered the  present.  Kdenfield then recessed proceedings for two weeks to allow The witnesses said the guards|cognize  Wash-  ' August.    Council Director John    ington said they knew of no  about    15 ^ urdo P    estimated. Ile said in-    request from Mrs. Meir for  minutes earlier than    any of    the  crcases     * n  facial tissues, toilet    American intervention but said   0 th ers     paper,    napkins and paper towels she might have contacted Sec re-  Mitchell. looking grayer and ***  about 7  P 61 *** 11 *-     ,ar .v of State Kissinger or Pres-  when he was attor-     move     Friday    was    part of ident Nixon directly,  fusing to convert the fleet to ney general a little more than councils actions to decon-    *    *    *  the face of two years ago arrived next trol the economv. It also in- The semiofficial C ajro news-  eludes the wastepaper industry, paper Al Ahram said Saturday profes-!    Given    to    May    I    j    officials    said the action is ex- that Arab oil ministers would  “lack of foresightedness” in re-j older than  nuclear power in the face of two years ago. arrived next, dwindling oil reserves.  “Those outside the  r  _  woman with blankets and    heavy    sional ranks,    such as the press, All    were in the courtroom    pectcd to do little to ease the lift the oil embargo against the  winter coats.    citizens and    congress, can re-; a bout    five minutes before the    newsprint shortage because U. S. at a meeting planned for  the    danger of such brief    proceeding began. They    manufacturers are already pro- .Sunday in the F.gyptian capital.  Williamsburg Youth Killed  lieu of reduced bond of $150,000.  His wife was freed after posting cash bond of $2,000.  opment in the Soviet Union,  Comptroller General Fulmer Staats ruled Friday.  He acted Friday in response--  ,-nt. Sutherland, Nobel  steven: monc >’  shouId l)e used ,0 .  fi ? d  Prizewinner. Dies  lawyers time to file motions.    and plainclothes police carried blindness," said Rickover. 74, j chatted    and seemed in  Williams remained jailed in the woman to an unknown desti- Who steered the U. S. Navy into spirits.  nation.  the nuclear age.  Nixon Requests Death Penalty in Kidnapings  good ducmg at capacity.    jit said the move would fulfill a  Dunlop estimated that the resolution reached at an Arab Sirica ordered them released price for No. 32 standard white conference last month in Al-;on personal recognizance and newsprint will rise from the cur- giers.  required them to surrender    rent $185 to    about $200 per    ton    But Algeria and Libya, both  their passports and report    any    by August.    opposed to lifting the embargo,  change of address.    In    exchange    for    the    decontrol    appeared to disagree with Cairo  He gave them until May    I to    action, he said,    companies    with    about when and where the meet-  I file pre-trial motions.    annual sales    of    more than    $150    ing would take place. Their go-  Sirica    has    indicated    he hopes    million will be required to make  the trial    can    begin early in Sep-    written commitments with re  WASHINGTON    (UFI)    -—    Pres-1 as    administered    in    the    I.    S.    is    tember.    sped to tuture price hikes and  ident    Nixon    Friday    asked    At- i “ cruel    and    unusual .    P? n * 8 |!‘    i Mitchell exchanged    pleasan-    alsoon export policy.  WILLIAMSBURG .......  ,    ,  Allen Lillis, 17, of Williamsburg  mor e energy sources in the U.  was killed about 2 am. today in  s -    MIAMI    (UPI)    - Nobel Prize j  a one-car crash on the blacktop The bank was created to guar- Biochemist F^arl Sutherland. 58.  IWY’road 3 miles east of here. I antee loans in the export-import .• .  Authorities said the car was trade, hut legislation requires    .    ‘    torney    General    Saxbe    to    pre-     m |‘ nt     Abidden by the tonsil  |(nes  briefly with the special  driven by Robert C. Pointer, 25. that Ihe President certify that  da > s of  '" u ' ns,vc lr< ' a,mon '  for I pare ' legislation restoring the  ,M " W bocauseot ' he  "'“'r mss watergate prosecutor. Leon Ja- commitments by M of Williamsburg The wheels of) any loans to Communist nations  a  blains esophagus.    ^ JJT for kidnapers who     s,a,e     i    worski. before .he star. of the no, be decontrolled.  the eastbound car dropped off are in the national interest. I A hospital spokesman said an    .     y     laws    are    applied.  onto the south shoulder, the car President Nixon said in 1972 autopsy would be performed \o] kl "  th ™*, nradkal T aU ’ f 1 ?? 8 / 0 cons,d ^. r a  skidded across the roadway,! that loans to the Soviet Union determine the exact cause of  Saxbe sa,d on,v  practical bill next week that was written a field driveway j qualify but Staats ruled that a death. Hemorrhaging of the eso-1 wav t0 dp t pr . kidnapers is to j t0 satlsfy the  court objections. It  hearing.  and then hit a Held driveway qumiij “ui kiiuais ■ uicu moi a urutn. lu uiviiiia^uig us im c.-iv-and rolled over. Lillis was separate determination must be phagus is often a symptom of,make the penalty so severe that would make the death penalty  »    (they    will    think    twice    before    at-!mandatory for federal crimes  thrown out.    made for    each    proposed agree- high blood pressure.  Another passenger in the    car,    ment.    Sutherland was awarded    the| ,e ?P* m K    [J;  Jeffrey Wilson. 18. of Williams-; The credit in question is for 1971 Nobel Prize in physiology- 1    c   burg, suffered a broken neck. development of energy sources medicine for research into He and Pointer, who suffered a    in Siberia    and    would guarantee I chemical reactions which    en  broken leg. were taken to    Uni-1    a supply of Siberian natural gas able hormones to control    the    ..    .    „    .    ...... .  .......... bodv’s metabolic functions and     nap,n 8 s     to    Saxbt*    at:a    White k,dnapings, singling out the  House dinner Thursday night j case of Patricia Hearst.  under certain conditions, inelud House chief of j n g kidnaping in which a death staff. Alexander Haig, told re- occurs .Iporters Nixon "conveyed hisj     sajd    h( .     was     -especially  concern on the increased kid-|concemed" about Ihe rash of  “How Are You?"  i/i unvii    " v "'    '    •    ■    '  versify hospitals, Iowa City. (to I his country for .30 years.  “John, how are you? Good to see you again,” Jaworski said. “Are you in good health?” Mitchell replied “Fairly well,” said Jaworski. who then turned to the counsel i table where members of his staff were seated.  To be arraigned at a later  Firms that do not make such March 15 will he said. He added that firms representing 40 percent of sales already have been decontrolled.  (Continued; Page 2. Col. 5.)  s ■■■.:■    m,.,!  Today's Chuckle  One r e a s o n photographs don’t look natural is that photographers always tell their subjects to look pleasant.  Copyright  Illegal Aliens' Van Crashes; 14 Killed  22 Children Killed as Shell Hits Playground  SAIGON (AP) — A Viet Cong mortar shell exploded Saturday in a primary school playground in the Mekong delta, killing 22 children and wounding 32 Police and military vehicles rushed to the scene at Cai Lay. 45 miles southwest of Saigon, to take the small victims to hospitals. Scores of parents raced to the school to search for their  children.  The children, ranging in age  discovery of the role of a substance called cyclic adenylic (acid in this process.  17 Are Hurt by Driverless Car  insurgents fired 60 mortar shells charlotte. NC. (AP) A  into the center of the besieged , .    .    ’    , , ,    .    ;  .    ,    ,    ...    *    driver ess    car crashed    through  port of    Kampot, killing    IO    persons and wounding four.     ,d( ‘ * ront    doors and    1,1,0 , * lt>   Some    50,000 civilians    are be-    checkout aisles of a super mar !  lieved to be in Kampot, with ket Friday, injuring 17 persons, rice in short supply and water police said. dangerously low Field reports| The driver. Katina Gantt. 22. said some residents have been said the accelerator stuck as evacuated bv barge.    she pulled into the parking lot,  T h e Cambodian command arni when «he could not stop the said lighting was Haring around j vehicle she jumped out.  and again Friday at a cabinet meeting.  Court Ruling  The supreme court ruled June 29. 1972, that the death penalty  OCOTILLO. Calif. (AP) —    dicating the driver hadn’t tried  I date in the F'llsberg breakin are The panel van was packed w ith    to stop before hitting    the truck  G. Gordon Liddv, Bernard illegal aliens who had been    while traveling about    50 miles  (Harker. Eugenio Martinez and I caught north of the Mexican    I an hour.  "We    are    an    open    society.’    he    Felipe De Diego.    border and were being taken    The border patrol    said the  said,    “and    we    cannot    place    our    Some IOO spectators watched 1  across the southern California    passengers had been    arrested  children or other loved ones {outside the courthouse as the desert for deportation.    recently    at    various    places    in  IxHik to Future  under constant guard.” Restoration of capital punish-  defendants arrived Saturday. Several similar runs  Some in the crowd shouted made each day, but one  Todays Index  ment “would not affect kidnap-J epithets such as "Seig Heil.” A ‘ ended in disaster.  carried  Phnom Penh at six points, the! Three of the injured were bos-( from 8 to 12, had been playingjhighest number of simultaneous pitalized. They were reported in during recess.    battles    in the area in two satisfactory condition Saturday.  In Cambodia, Khmer Rouge (months    No    charge    was    filed     Church    3      Comics ......    5      Crossword . .    5      Daily Record          Deaths    2      Editorial Features    4      Financial    9      Marion    9      Movies    ti      Sports    7.8      Television ... .    9      Want Ads    10-13     (ings already committed,” he I group    of young    pcoplt  said, “but it could help to pre- hand-lettered signs vent them in the future.”    messages as “Law  Haig said Nixon did not men- and “Nixon’s Next.” lion the Hearst case, but Saxbe    *    * *  {said that kidnaping “has made In other Watergate ■ it clear to us what personal an-lments: guish these terrible I cause. ”  ‘‘The President ehargedithnt. it Nixon had informed the. Immigration (Saxbe with reviewing whatever court    promptly    of    what    John    officer.    The  additional measure the federal I Dean    told him    on    March    Singers were  to heal j 1973, McCord and his fellow de-1  this problem {Haig said.  are California and assembled in Fd Friday;Centro, about 40 miles east of here.  They were to have transferred  Tile van went off Interstate 8 with such    on an upgrade and smashed into    to another vehicle at Jacumba,  n’ Order"    the rear of a large refrigerated    just west of Ocotillo, and driven  truck that had been parked on    to patrol headquarters in Chula  i    the shoulder so the driver could    Vista south of San Diego, who*  develop- rest  Fourteen men were killed in crimes!    In    an    open    letter.    Watergate    eluding the van driver. Albert    illegal aliens in the Imperial  conspirator    James    McCord said    FYld of FJ Centro, Calif., a U.S.,    Valley recently, .several suc h  they would have been deports. Because of a heavy influx of  Service detention, trips are made eaeh day, a panther six passen- trol .spokesman said. eriously injured \ The truck driver said he had ,    Highway    patrolmen    said    the    pulled    onto a rest stop to na|  of kidnaping,’’(fondants in the first Watergate!crash cause wasn’t known but and was jarred awake by tm  trial would have gone free  there were no skid marks, in- crash. He was uninjured   

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