Cedar Rapids Gazette, March 17, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette

March 17, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 17, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa PLANS FOR THE "AVENUE" Czech Heritage Croup Formed (In Section A) Weather- Warming trend Sunday through Monday. High 40 Sunday, 50 Monday. Lows tonight in lower 30s.LOOK AT MEAT PRICING Gazette Survey Shoos Kongo (In Section B) Section A HSM VOLUME !)2 NUMBER 60 OS) WU IV tint CITY FINAL 35 CENTS CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, SUNDAY, MARCH 17, 1974 ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES Diplomats BRUSSELS (AP) — President Nixon’s latest blast against the European allies angered many Common Market diplomats Sat-1 urday who saw it as another ex ample of U. S. determination to bully Europe into accepting American domination. But in Bonn, Foreign Minister Walter Scheel, who hoi is the ro-. tating presidency of the Com-! mon Market ministerial council, made an obvious effort to soften the negative reaction to the President’s speech Friday in Chicago. “We must now try to see that we do not unconsciously become involved in rivalry over political questions.” School declared in a television interview. He stressed the need for improved consulta-' lion procedures between the U. S. and Europe. Scheel said Nixon had brought up old, unsolved problems. The Common Market, he said, seeks to harmonize its own foreign policy and thereby becomes “a factor in world politics and . . .J naturally also a factor for thej U.S. and its interests.” The President’s threat that the U. S. might opt for independent trade and defense policies unless Europeans agree to closer cooperation angered and bewildered the Brussels headquarters of the Common Market President Helps Open Home for 'Grand Opry' Exporters Disagree On Price VIENNA (AP) — Ministers of the world's chief oil exporting countries met for six hours Sat- NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI) — lean flags that had been passed President Nixon twirled a yel- out before Nixon arrived, low yo-yo and played “Happy Nixon told the crowd that his Birthday” to his wife on the wife “brought to the United piano Saturday night, highlight- States the affection of the peeing a gala opening night of the pie of South America,” and Grand Ole Opry’s new $15 md- added, “in addition to military lion home here.    strength, people-to-people con- Nixon and his wife took    the    lact ls necessary.’’ stage along with Roy Acuff to a 0nly a handful of demon- urday but failed to agree thunderous ovation from 4.000 stators got inside the hangar whether or not to change inter-persons attending the opening of where a podium was erected for national oil prices. the new Opry house, and the Nixon’s brief speech, and they “I can tell you one thing, oil President won the audience charged that secret service prices will not go down,” Iran’s when he pulled a yellow yo-yo agents used "stalling tactics’ to finance minister, Jamshid out of his pocket, began yo-yo- prevent more protestors from Amouzegar, told newsmen as ing, and quipped. “I just getting into the hangar.    the ministers emerged from the learned to play this thing.”    Today    gave    me    a    chance to closed door meeting. “VWv \nnrnnrlat*»”    that    1    think    hes rea1^ Oil prices have tripled since Very Appropriate    screwing us up,” said Linda    iast    October. After presenting Mrs.    Nixon    Holler, a Vanderbilt university    Amouzegar    was    chairman of graduate student. Another Van-    [be    meeting    of    petroleum ex- dcrbilt student. Debbie Dodson, J porting countries here, but it charged that Nixon uses the was n0^ dear whether he spoke Practicing —Gazette Photo bv Duane Crock with a dulcimer, a stringed instrument, Acuff turned to the President and said, “It would be very appropriate if you would    South as    the dumb-dumb land    m    this capacity or was refiring play the piano for us    We want    people to know there is    t0    hi, own coun|ry.s vicws Nixon replied, “In this very    no safe    territory for him. He professional company, I am em-ican’t escape to the South.” badassed,” but he sat down Another Session Some 2,000 Cedar Rapids public and parochial school students participated Saturday in an allcity music contest at Jefferson high school. All grades were eligible. Doing a little practicing were these two Taft junior high school students: from left, Dean Westpfahl,’ 5415 Sixteenth avenue SW, and Dana Griffin, Palo. Miss Woods Tells of Rebozo Talks and played “Happy Birthday” for Mrs. Nixon, who celebrated her 62nd birthday Saturday. Nixon brought the house down when he said someone once told him that the only thing stronger than country moonshine was country music, and added. “I saw two fellows outside combining the two and, believe me, that was strong.” Nixon and the first lady were reunited at the Nashville Metro- the Door of Faith mission in Des! Moines. That's because beans are! ...    .    .    „    .    .    .more    expensive    than    roast    beef, Po'1 alrP°rt «rlier saturday]wh|Ch is novt the missl0n-s sta. evening. Mrs. Nixon arriving The ministers, whose countries handle 80 percent of the world’s oil exports, scheduled another session today to discuss whether oil prices should be reduced, maintained at their present level or increased. In New York, CBS news re- t    ported fli.it Amouzegar said the refuges which feed indigent >„ mm|s(ers had r0*chc(j men. is a thing of the past at' Bean Cost Spurs Mission's Turn To Roast Beef DES MO INES (AP) — The bean soup line, a tradition in a de cision. WASHINGTON (UPI) — Pres- The committee will meet pri-<try to establish why Hughes- Although Rebozo has main-11 Nixon s Pcrsonal secre-jvatejy t0 question Miss Woodside the payments and whatjtained the $100,000 was intended or European Economic Commu- ^PSei^jI7 ^^k.has *es‘ on Wednesday and Rebozo on ^e^°zos understanding of it as a campaign contribution, nitv —EEC.    Rifled    she    had two or three con-    emotion    mn-    was‘    statements by some of Hughes’            „    _____ „    ___________ Nixon warned that unless EU-    K“'1!h    i5    fuL.Si    tribunal'from the billionaire re ,.,iobozo returned the $100.0110 former aides have suggested ii •‘country music radiate* a love months that"we” started To put! lion. We arc giving them a rop'”ins coopent<‘ on the ecu-    Rebozo,    about    Howard    lldir<    three years after the first pay- also mieht have been intended of this nation ” and “shows a tho mnnov. in roreinomior «prnnH rh an™ tn contain tho ,    , ,    .    ,    , .pie fare, says director George from Latin America and ^'Holloway president from Washington. | ‘Thc ' price of beans has Nixon told the audience that changed so much in the last few The network reported Amouzegar said: “Itie decision is that there will be no increase or decrease in prices for the next three months, provided that the industrialized countries will make an effort to contain their infla- second chance inflation.” pay* j also might have been intended    of this nation,” and “shows a    the money in the    refrigerator ,L. it ^ fh„v    Hughes’ $100,000 contribution,    cluse, transmitted to Rebozo in    ment, and    has testified that to facilitate the financier’s ac-    willingness to stand up for the    ancj the beans in    the safe” would “find it    tlmost impossible    l}Ut neV0F discussed the niat,or    two $50-000 installments in 1969    Miss Woods    was the only person quisition of a resort hotel in Las    flag and to wear the flag.”    Holloway joked    Th>    tonalnn    of tho nil nr.™ rfiet coMre^oMl support for I ^ixon’ «    *“*>*«    Sat-    .md 1970. Sources close to the at the White House with whom j Vegas and to exert pressure A*flcr playing .he piano, the! He said Sashay the mission ince ^ Sunda ’35 a 1 iu. J. i i~.,«i ’* r a..    inquiry said the tommi tee will he had discussed the matter. against underground nuclear PrrciHnnt went to the micro- paid about $17 per IOO pounds of qe|ay a meeting of Arab oil quipped, It must be beans a year ago. This week in {ministers at which thpv were to troops at the present level. The Europeans were still smarting from Secretary of State Kissinger’s claim earlier in the week that the administration found it easier to deal with the Soviet Union and China than the EFC “Nixon and Kissinger seem lo be going out of their way to prove the French are when they insist on distrusting Washington’s motives,” one (Continued: Page 3, Col. 7.) She said she assumed Rebozo, the Key Biscayne banker who is one of Nixon's closest friends, I kept the money untouched in a safe deposit box to be used later in an election campaign. Try To Establish Israelis-Syrians Clash; Papers Predict Pact against underground nuclear president test explosions in the area. Miss pbone anfj qmppeu, ll must ueiueans a year ago. ims ween III ministers at which thev were to Woods said she had no know]-1time for a commercial.” Bounc-|Des Moines they cost at least make f|na| decision" whether edge of this.    jng    the yo-yo up and down    $35 per    IOO pounds in some The transcript also    contained    again, he told Acuff, “FII stay    wholesale houses, he said. a reference by Miss    Woods to    here    and try to work this yo-yo.    “I can    get lower quality cuts Nixon’s habit of recording his    You    go back and try to be Pres-of roast    beef for less money a to lift their five-month-old embargo against the United States. In Cairo, the daily newspaper Al Gomhouria said in Sunday were tran- Miss Woods’ comments . ,. contained in an 80-page ----- script of her testimony before j duj* ed on senate Watergate committee in- a ur(iay 'or vestigators Feb. 20 that was made available Saturday. _ 11 „ j „    ...... t    _    Personal recollections on tape*,    idem"    than it costs us for bean soup,"    edujons ,ha, ,hf Arabs wi„ ,i(l By United Press International agreement between Israel and    d i c t a b e 11 s and handwritten    Acuff    smiled and said, “What Holloway said.    thc embar„0 without conditions Syrian and Israeli artillery S>Tia on the (iolan hciShts cou,d    no,e*s for “his own Private, per-    it takes    to be a great president; “The story gets sadder when    u sajd the Afabs had dccidt;d I the Golan heights reached by the end of this sonal files,” which she said ls Pay Banker Promises To Ransom for Kidnaped Wife Jordan scribed Nothing New Syndicated columnist Ander?,on’s report of the Jack exi*s- By Associated Press The wile cf a .South St. Paul, Minn., banker hits apparently been kidnaped and her husband said Saturday he was prepared to pay a ransom. Meanwhile, Randolph Hears! said he was doing everything possible to meet the demands of his daughter’s terrorist kidnapers. And in Argentina, there was still no word (hat American oil executive Victor Samuelson had been released despite payment of a $14 2 million ransom to his kidnapers. In Minnesota, Gunnar kron-holm told reporters he had not heard from his wife, Eunice, since she disappeared Friday morning after he left their suburban Minneapolis home to go to work. “All I want is her safe return,” said Kronholm, president Kronholm said he received a telephone call Friday afternoon from a person who said. “We have your wife. Gather all the money you can at the station ” Ile said he could not distinguish what the “station” was about. and the caller then hung up. I n Hillsborough, Calif., llearst released a statement to reporters in which he told the terrorist Symbionese Lih- (Continued. Page 3. Col. 3.) height.,    MMB the fifth consecu-imont*1,    I    were    sealed, placed in the White five day. but in Cairo the semi-! 0th(T. Eg>Ptian press reports House basement and never Inofficial Egyptian press predicted sa‘d king Hussein of an agreement on Syrian-Israeli wants to convene an Arab sum-troop withdrawals could be on the future of the Palefc- reached “within days.”    itinian ,and claims- The reP°rts The Damascus command re- sa*d Hussein was willing to ported some Israeli soldiers ^eet w*lb hts archrival, Pales-w'ere killed and wounded, but'**™311 gU(ir*Na leader Vasser said there were no Syrian'^ra^    Palestinian    Liber- loe.ses. The command also said a,*on Organization. an Israeli artillery emplace- The influential C airo newspa-ment, military installations andjR^ AI Gbmhouria said a rec the headquarters of a tank unit oscillation of Syrian-Israeli were destroyed by Syrian ar- views on disengagement is Iiko-tillerv fire. to bi'one of the common peo-1 you consider we usually put p>. one of us.” The evening ended with the entire audience standing as Nixon played “God Bless America ” Nixon then shook hands with members of the cast tonee of Nixon’s personal re- and departed for Air Force One corded recollections prompted and the trip back to Washing-the White House and Kenneth Ion Clawson, the administration’s    'lost    Cheered communications director, to say Earlier at the airport, a few it was nothing new    protestors    w a v ed anti-Nixon smoked pork hocks in our beans,” he said. “I never thought I d see the day when beans got to be such a delicacy that we couldn’t serve them in a mission. We get a deal on meat, and by golly.! that’s what we’re going to have.” The mission serves about 180 meals daily in downtown Moines. against a three-month trial lifting of the embargo after receiving “assurances in that connection from the United States.” Iv to be reached “within davs. A White Hou'-e spokesman re called that Nixon had issued (Continued: Page 3. Col. 5.) The Arab meeting had been scheduled for this morning hut is now being delayed until at least after noon, conference officials said. The economic commission of Des the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) recommended the price in- But the diners no longer    get signs, but    most persons cheer-    the featured fare of another    era crease Amouzegar said a ed the President    and his wife    _ pint0 navv (;roat Northern lustily and    waved    small Ameri-    aruj Michigan beans .Saudi Arabia advocated re- (Continued: Page 3, Col 8.) The Tel Aviv command said it received reports of “firing here and there but nothing serious so far, just what we call drizzle.” American Irish Honor St. Pat Early Cuba Releases U.S. Fishermen HAINESVILLE. Kin. (API Four American? held in since their shrimp boat seized IO months ago quietly returned home Coolidge Gassett and Doug Fullford. both 24 and of Gaines- of thc Drovers State bank “I am awaiting instructions and Ville, and Ashley Clemmons, 2b. will pay the ransom.” • The FBI said it assumed Mrs. Kronholm, 46, had been kidnaped. The Israeli command said the Syrians fired recoilless rifle sheiks into Israeli positions in Mizrat Brit J ann, but caused no casualties. Damascus said the latest fighting began at about 1:30 p m when the Israelis attempt-Cuba (id to “fortify their frontline was positions along the central seclude ,wr ” The Syrians said the fight-! ing continued sporadically throughout the afternoon. Iii Tri Aviv, Defense Minister Moshe Dayan said israel I Win/'* Hillville A modern young woman spends 75 percent of her time .silling down figures show. Copyright L... . a.    ~    JBT* wants the Golan heights demi and Gordon Hess, 25, both ol ijtarized in any troop disen-Jaeksonville, returned to their gagemcnt agreement. homes lute I inlay via Mexico |)yan said a separation of City and tampa.    forces agreement must include The four men and their boat, the establishment of a U N the Golden Shores, had been buffer zone between the two held in Cuba since May 26. 1973. armies similar to the U. N. strip The Cuban government had between Israeli and Egyptian said it seized the Jacksonville- forces in Sinai. based boat after finding it in Cuban waters near Nuevitas on ! thc island’s northeast coast. Despite the new fighting, the semi-official Egyptian press said j Saturday a troop separation Gazette Leased Wires America’s Irish began St Patrick’s day celebrations a day early Saturday with a showing of the green in two of the nation’s biggest cities New York and Chicago Louisville, Ky , had Un first St. Patrick’s day parade since 1916 — rev ived by Mayor Harvey Sloane whose wife, Kathy, is Irish. The parade iii Sacramento, Calif., was joined by two male nude streakers. One of them was arrested and charged with indecent exposure and resisting arrest. Boston will hold its parade today, as will Annapolis, Md , and many other communities Crowds up to 10-deep lined Fifth avenue to observe New York city’s 212th annual parade. The parade, the annual reminder of the days when New York seemed to be an Irish city, brought bands and green cardboard derbies and millions of freckles on thousands of marching schoolchildren But there were, too. the craggy-faced elderly men in non-descript overcoats proudly carrying a banner that read “Irish Republican Army Veterans.” A few units behind them, a departure from the days when only the ritual slogan “England. Get Out of Ireland” was permitted, waved a white on blue banner. “Support the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Movement,” And a bit farther back, behind potder-sized portraits of some who have died in the strife that now afflicts Northern Ireland, was an awkwardly lettered black on blood-red sign “Bloody Sunday Commemorative” Not that the over-all tone of this massive march was somber. Mayor Abraham Beanie, wearing a kelly green necktie and a shamrock sprig pinned to his black raincoat by Helen Murphy, an Aer Lingus stewardess. was cheered repea-tedly by the seven-deep crowds that lined the avenue north to the reviewing stand “Ifs great to be here among mv fellow Irishmen ” quipped Beanie, the city's first Jewish mayor. Among the generally amiable crowds, only one heckler chided the mayor’s choice of the British luxury liner, the Queen Elizabeth 2. as the site for his upcoming birthday celebration. “Change your party to an Irish ship,” yelled the man, w ho said he was a member of the National Assn for Irish Freedom It snowed on Mayor Daley’s Chicago spectacle, replete with 70.IHM) marchers and 50 floats. The parade route. State street, sported green stripes. Five Irish International Airlines stewardesses and Irish Consul General Timothy Corcoran presented Daley with a bowl of shamrocks picked in Ireland. Meanwhile, a group of coeds at the University of Wisconsin said they’d honor the day with a “streak dance ” They said Saturday they hadn’t decided exactly when during the weekend to hold the ceremony, adding that it depended on the weather. Two young men, wearing only shoes, green socks and green garters, ran through a Milwaukee bank on Friday, shouting:    “Happy    St. Pa trick’s day ” R a rn s e y county, Minn , authorities said they were prepared for any streakers. “I’m telling you,” said the sheriff, “anybody who runs naked is going to jail.’’ He was commenting on reports that college groups planned to streak through the St. Paul’s parade in honor of St. Patrick’s day. 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