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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IV eof her— Chance of rain tonight. Low in 30s. Chance of rain or snow Thursday. High in 30s or 40s. Iv tip id ii CITY FINAL IO CENTS VOLUME 92 - NUMBER 84 CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1974 ASSOCIATED PRESS. UPL NEW YORK TIMES BILL One Chapin Evacuation of Queen ChdTQC Is ^ /zoi ^ e ^ 2 Underway Dismissed Gazette Leased Wires ABOARD THE SEA VEN- Bray said of the QE2 staff. Then TURE (AP) — The Norwegian he added, “There was plenty of cruise ship Sea Venture began scotch and bourbon.” evacuating the 1,642 passengers of the crippled luxury liner Queen Elizabeth 2 Wednesday. The Sea Venture joined the WASHINGTON — .Judge Ger- QK2 about 3:15 a.m., and the hard Gesell Wednesday dismissed one count of the charges that Dwight Chapin lied to a Watergate grand jury about po transfer began shortly after daybreak. Passengers walked down a gangway from a lower deck to waiting lifeboats and SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -The parents of kidnaped Patricia Hearst say they believe the Symbionesc Liberation Army will keep its promise to reveal by Friday where and al when it will free her. Democrats in 1972.    crossing of about 300 yards to gentle swell, as the lifeboats in a typed letter delivered The count dismissed alleged the Norwegian ship.    made    their way between the two Tuesday to the editor of an un- that Chapin. President Nixon s The first QE2 passengers to former appointments secretary, walk up the gangway of the Sea litical dirty tricks against the motor launches to make the Repairmen, Food The Sea Venture also brought six repairmen and 20 cases of canned food for the QE2’s crew, which is remaining aboard the ship. The liner’s refrigeration system was reported inoperative. The sea was calm, with SLA Note Gives Hope To Hearts I M lied when he said he did    not    Venture    were    Mr.    and    Mrs.    Ar- know exactly how much or    how    thor    Bray,    of    Stonington,    Conn political saboteur Donald Se- They appeared to be in gretti was paid for conducting spirits. the dirty tricks.    “They    treated    us    very    well,” Paid $45,000 In Tuesday's testimony. Herbert Kalmbach, formerly Nixon’s lawyer, said he paid    Se- gretti $45,000 in salary and    ex penses, some of it in cash and some by check — but his own figures were not precise. When defense counsel Jacob Indict Lt. Gov. Of California; Perjury Counts liners. The weather was clear derground newspaper, along and the temperature was in the 1 with a dozen long-stemmed 70s.    roses and a comic greeting The mid-ocean transfer was card, the SLA said “further fine expected to take several hours, communication will follow in and the Sea Venture’s captain the following 72 hours’’ giving said he expected to arrive in “the state, city and time of Bermuda with the QE2’s passen- release of the prisoner. ’’ gers at daybreak Thursday. The two ships were 250 miles . , _ t south-southwest of Bermuda.    course,    were    very -    pleased to learn that the SLA Towing Offer    will release Patricia.” Randolph The captain of the Sea Ven- Hearst said in a statement to ture said he had offered to try new smen at bis home in subur-to tow the liner to Bermuda, but d<in Hillsborough. sure they will,” “Very Pleased” WASHINGTON (AP) - Cali- officials of the Cunard Line, the I m sure tney will, added Stein moved for dismissal of the    fornia Lt. Gov.    Ed Rcinecke was    owners of the QE2, decided to    Hearst, editor and president of charge. Gesell granted it. Gov-    indicted by the    Watergate grand    call on two tugs from New    *be San Francisco Examiner, eminent    Prosecutor Richard    jury Wednesday on three counts    York.     1 ve    been    sure all    along    that Davis argued that the question    of perjury in connection with Cunard    said    those    aboard    the     she was we!! And if they    say of Chapin’s    credibility    on the    the ITI’anti-trust case.    qe2. including 800    senior citi-    key'll release her, I believe it.' point still was    open, but    Gesell Rcinecke, a leading contender     7cns an d a number of American    The message, dated March 29. said:    for this year’s Republican    gu-    pro football stars,    are in no     was delivered to John Bryan at ■‘It seems    to    me the question    bcrnatorial nomination, was    ac-    danger.    the office of the biweekly of the amount of salary is so in-    cused of lying    to a U. S. senate    victor Matthews chairman of    Hhoenix which he edits. It broke significant. It is a housekeeping    subcommittee    during hearings     the Cunard Line? said all three     a 23 ' day si,cnce bv the terrorist detail in    the atmosphere in    on the nomination of former At-     of the    liner - s    boilers     were    out    0 f, SLA ;    which    dragged    the college which Mr.    Chapin was operat-    torney General Richard Klcin- ing.” Panel Tells Findings of Staff Unit dienst The other three counts allege    J district Judge Chapin lied when he told the Ge ? rfie Harf summoned the spe-grand jury he never discussed t lid Watergate prosecutor. Leon with Segretti the distribution of Jaworski, to explain an appar-campaign literature; when he ent premature leak of the Rein-told Segretti to talk to the FBI ' M    indictment, about dirty tricks; and when he    “Obvious Violation” said he did not recall giving Hart said that. 22 minutes Segretti instructions about any before the in dictment was of-Democratic presidential can- ficia n y presented to him. didate in 1972 service “due to extensive seep-age of fuel oil from a fractured ! ment on reb. 4. feed pipe in the heating ex change system ” coed from her Berkeley apart- PARIS (AP) France Officials Set Up Roadblock To Fill Up Jury It was unclear when the SLA’s self-imposed deadline would expire, because a florist delivered the communique with the flow-    Wednesday faced    the    prospect ors 17 hours late.    of a fierce election    battle follow- Kalliopi Volikakis, owner of big the death of President Crete Florists, said she told a Georges Pompidou, smartly dressed brown-haired Pompidou, t h e republic's young woman who ordered    the    president since June    20. 1969. Po- roses Monday and enclosed    the    died Tuesday night. in letter that she would deliver RANDOLPH HEARST displays the half of the driver's license of his kidnaped daughter, Patricia, sent him by the Symbionese Liberation Army. The SLA also sent a message saying the time and place of her release would be revealed within 72 hours. The license was to authenticate the message. French Political Battle Looms in Aftermath of Pompidou's Death Georges Pompidou Chapin later testified that H. R. Haldeman approved Segretti’s hiring hut that he left llaldeman’s name out of an “eyes only” memo he wrote for top White House personnel. “I did not want to involve Mr. Haldeman,’ Chapin testified government rn i n -isters to a meeting Wednesday to make arrangements for Pom- Gazette Leased Wires WASHINGTON - A staff report to a joint congressional committee recommended Wednesday that President Nixon pay at least $476,431 in back taxes and interest. The report was released by the joint committee on internal revenue taxation without comment. The report recommended that the Nixons be assessed $444,022 in back taxes for 1969 through 1972, his first term in the White House, plus interest of $32,409 for 1970 through 1972. The staff recommended no in terest for 1969 since the statute of limitations has expired on that year, but added that if Nixon voluntarily chose to pay the interest, the amount would be $40,732 for that year. Thus, if Nixon agrees to pay the recommended assessment 1 — which would be up to the In-, ternal Revenue Service to decide to collect — he and his wife would owe the government $517,203 in back taxes and interest. No Fraud Finding The staff report, wRiich ran 784 printed pages, stressed the committee was drawing no conclusions as to “whether there was or whether there was not fraud or negligence involved in any aspect” of the suspect tax were believed to be Finance returns, either on the part cf Minister Valery Giscard d’Esta- the President or his personal ing. who is not formally a Gaul-1 representatives. list, and former Premier Jac- The staff believes that it ques Chaban-Delmas.     vvould he inappropriate to con- Giscard d'Estaing, 48. is the    ™ ,t ? rs    in v j cw of leader in public opinion polls. A lhe fae 1 that lhc h^juttaaiy brilliant economist he leads the    P^ csen    ly tlas , t)ef , ore -»«•-«>" layrs'sasr? party which has been solidly ^ / VZ    .    ' M-E    vs:- ’ ■    ’■ Cj - -UPI Telephoto allied with the Gaullists. ~    ~    .    .    .    .    ,    The    report    also    said that Chaban-Delmas had been pre- members of , he jdn , commiUe „ an ANDERSON. Ind. (AP)- aide from the office of Rep.    hee set up a roadblock here rn rc»c.    moi sue wuuiu ueuverj    Premier Pierre Messmer Jerome Waldie. a California     an effort to find prospective; them    no later than 6 p.m. But j summoned Democrat on the judiciary' com-    J urors f° r a murder trial, net- Mrs.    Volikakis said her car mittee which is considering im-    * m g 1*5 possible pan"! members, {broke    down and she wasn’t able pcaehmenf matters, called to 1 Madison county police acted to make the delivery until late ask for a copy of the indict-Tuesday after Judge paul {Tuesday morning, ment.    Schrenker ordered Sheriff John    Stinging Rebuke Hart said this “is obviously an Gunter to find some more jury outright violation of Criminal j prospects. Rule 16. which relates to grand Schrenker was presiding over I™' ^inccedlv” l 7^ninc llt to ,t meet' west of Paris where Pom P idou automatical,y became interim port of the Gaullists jury secrecy.    the jury selection in a firs! de- | demands t ’ in ' good fa ° (h an(i jn . had a country retreat.    j    president. returned from a    Full    Term ift-ro .u u    _1 1    _    UY    miss    ncaisi    m    wuiwii    sue    dt-i    Orvilliers    to    his    pri-    Poher    must    arrange    a    presi-    _,    „ ,    „    _    . 1972. as the subcommittee was found only IO acceptable jurors n ’ BnA hnm    t;nfn    Q „ QP t mon t    on    tho    in,    st    L.............  «    Plan Modified the s'aff report said. Oil Allowance “I think I testified correctly tion that court settlement of an anti-trust istered voters and who had vot- but I have a ringing thing in the    .    .     4W    . . , back of my head that maybe a against the International cd in the last election, require-inemo came through suggesting Telephone & Telegraph Co. merits for a juror. it,” he added    “Didn’t    Know”    Most    of them were reason- ’    ,-----,    .,    .    -- ^Ul., ahnilt it af tor tiro ovnlninn,) vies aaiU III OOM cli I lf! I IU UUU UC* dllllUUIll'VU, UU! IIICIC IltlU UCCI! t* ll Davis rested his case after in- The indictment says Reinecke .     fh    .    .    .    tails    on    the    license    match    its    widespread    reports for the last fice pidou’s funeral. Informed     had fatigued easily. But official    paring to run for the presidency i nterna |     rP vemip taxation sources said it would be    a pri-i rc P° rls usually said he had in-| m 1976, when Pompidou's    term mav bave t0    pass j ud gment on vale ceremony restricted to his    ,    would have expired, since his impeachment and so "would not The    last    SLA    message    on     immedia, ° fami| T' with    burial    „ I Pom P ldou s death - Alam    ^ster as premier in July,    1972. ; want t0 have    pre .j udged any is . March    IO denounced    the    Hearsts' al Orvilliers. the village    south-    Roher.pres.dent of the senate.    He is expected to get the    sup- sue which might ^ brought [n any such proceedings.” Deficiencies The staff said the largest defi-in Nixon’s tax returns accounted for by $482,018 in ........ _       WASHINGTON    (AP)    -    The    Reductions taken for a gift of there.       y ma driver’s license bearing A one-sentence announcement to serve out the two years and ,cc . v ’ 0,cd 14 t0 1 J Tuesday to ... »ena,»t al ’rom ll» FJw, p.to i.U ck Im a, m.Mn, I, Porn.,J    ••    • jh.h'i,,,,,, a tar M »r— « « >    »a. —- ta--—„    '    t't-S-S-S'* =• 1 Monday the committee voted 1969’ toe date when the provi- Gesell asked Chapin at one .. .    .    ,    ,    ■___ ,    .    .    ,    ...    .    |u C i..a..uo    luim    emu m-i porn! whether the idea of hiring I ,n ‘"“L" T 8C *    L    a.l!!    d ad ed a stinging taped rebuke Pompidou Segretti was hi* own or original-     w ", h k    '>' m S    Apnl    I*.    by    Miss    Hearst    in    which    she ac weekend at ed by someone else.    n™hin» S    »ii»o S a    ih.HIiT'. ** in a Broun of SO nrnsneets    cused    her    father    of    "washing:cate apartment on the Ile St.‘dential election within 20 lo 35 "I testified to a grand jury p bl s alleged connections hr- g P p pe    his    hands"    of    the    case.    Louis    in the Seine early Tues-days of Pompidou's death. The lhal it was my own idea." Cha- k JJ * guaran ee of funds for Police operated the roadblock    communiaue    was ac- day, and apparently he died new president will be elected       ,    . pm said    the    Republican    national convcn-until they found 15 Madison ' 1 c0 " ‘J 1 ' ” ^ |h( , re    for    a    full seven-vcar term not ! house wa > s and mcans commit- J ^ lxons 'ice-presidentta 1 papers tUn * year and an out-of- county residents who were reg- pa ^ - ,    Udlitoi-           u    •     ’    „,„Utee    voted    14    to    ll    Tuesday    to    during    the four years. The state department of motor vehi- p m. The cause of death was not des said in Sacramento that de- announced, but there had been em schoolteacher, came to of- in 1969 as the heir to to cut the current 22 percent de- sions of the Tax Reform Act of traducing the memorandum that ii    w    iZ    T ;t ‘> them that we had been or-; ltM,s . un J™ T; U1    report    lur    me    .dM    ulc ...    ..c.. , eti()n a „ owance t0 J5 ccnt 1969 disallowing such deductions temn^ his Telatbonshht with     Sa iU     S ?. far I dered lo go out and get some rec 1 0rds of .'' ,1SS Hears! s license, year that he was suffering from Charles de Gaulle and hts |an , |#75 , # * pm .,, nt a became effective." detaded hts relationship ta knew. tow Attorney General     a    , jce    s *, kesroan    including    the    initial    of    the issu-seme form of cancer.    strong    presidency.    He had Iater . , |nd thcn p ,, cro on The , f( jd h Nj Segre,, ‘'    John Mitchell did not know said .    ^    mg    clerk.    », W Utan.k.    served    for    ax years as de Gaul- Jan , —    shonl.l    h^„    “la!. Wrote Memo John Dean. the ousted presidential counsel, testified that Chapin wrote the memo on Nov. 5, 1972. and showed it to him a few days later. Dean said that Chapin then gave him his original draft about the convention offer be-iContinued: Page 2, Col. 3.) Two of the motorists were * seated on the jury. WASHINGTON (AP) The . .    * . *    « * *    .Jan. I, 1977.    should have reported a capital After examining the fragment    .    .     ,es premier, but he lacked his This was modified by the gain in the sale of property i Continued    p^T    MI,    L Saturday has been declared a    mentors tower.ng personality. commi t teo    Tuesd av so that the    around his San CtementeTltf (Continued.    Paged,    Col. 4    )     jday cf national    mourning and,    His popularity decreased in| 15 per eenl    level would be froz-lhome    Clemente,    Calif., an official Mass    is scheduled at    recent months as France wasLo through    1975 and 1976 for the the Cathedral ol    Notre Dame in    battered bv economic hardships first 3 000    barrels of oil daily Paris. High French officials and and the en e rgy crisis.     per producer foreign delegations will attend, i j^is death left the Gauilist The allowance would still be The staff* jW.rtmnni    ......rn j- „ f The funeral arrangements camp divided, with no clear eliminated entirely on Jan. I, P    *     coldd    finally disengage from were made according to Porn- successor. The front runners 1977, however. Secrecy Memo Irks Kennedy when he left the White    House    slate department ^defended     cd Martin, saying the cable was    direct involvement in Vietnam    Ipidou's wishes, set down in a an internal recommendation. A    Tuesday, however, he praised    note written in August. 1972. was Angelo Lano, an FBI    agent    urged an investigation into Mar.     s j } 0 ^ e s m a n Mid "airthing     add ^™ an . d ^1°!!     Tde newspaper Trance-Soir staff in the spring of 1973 Following Dean to the stand tin, but a Democratic senator was nuncio nam/, an ■    ”    siveness,    aadine “I reeret . n a u a ■ n who had worked on the Water- tin’s statement that it would be which tends to inhibit the free however that the seerotarv^ Sa .. om P ldou had visited Oi- gate investigation since the be- folly to reveal details about the flow of information and ideas honesty and willingness to chn V1 . le h rs ,ast weekend, and quot- g.nning and who interviewed IU S. commitment to South Viet-{between an ambassador and the Ify U. S. policy is apparently not    rriinTfhink^nvnnP Chapin three limes beginning in nm.    state    department does a disser- sha >'ed by cur ambassador to ^.dd sufle r so rn ie, ' late August 1972.    Senator    Trank    Church    of     vjce    tQ    ajI    „     c    ccuia    suiter    so    mucn. Uno said Chapin told him j Idaho, a member of the foreign; T h e that he enlisted the tricksters I relations committee, said the Nixon Could Bow Out Temporarily ~ Javits services “to assist in the committee should look into the spokesman said source of the leak of the cable on Kennedy was not known, but Saigon.” the “Aid Hanoi” Efforts Martin's cable, which Ken- The President also should have reported a capital gain larger than he did report on his New Yolk City cooperative apartment, the staff said. The committee staff furrier concluded that: Nixon’s deduction of $91,152 for depreciation of the Western White House and certain furniture purchased for it were “not proper business expenses” and should not be allowed. Nixon should report $11,617 in harassment of candidates in the I comments, contained in a con-l^’     u “ l    nedy    placed into the Congress-! Democratic party."    |f,dential cable to Secretary of)    “     d,SC “* urc    [sional    Record, noted upcoming •sin rlv tact vj»ar hic f - WASHINGTON (UPI) — Pres- • Constitution has given him. If k \ a p 0 ? 1 ” lt . a k idem Nixon should not let “im- not, he must avail himself of the capital gains on the sale of Cape and body had swelled up and he peachment politics” color his options open to him under the Florida development lots in 1972 handling of foreign or domestic Constitution.” Doubt Death Gun Used 1 affairs, and could choose to step Under the 25th Amendment, which we deplore. Church said he thinks Mar- eongressional efforts “to aid Dean testified thai Chajiin and s,at0 Kissinger.    „ lu    mal . lu    ....    . members of the White The memorandum was Mar-, jn , s comments arc something 'H anai by seeking reductions in, House staff were concerned lest Un s recommendations to Hts- ^ forei rrIations commjtte g V S. assistance for the booth the names of those who recruit-linger about providing answers    ^    ,     d    h h Vietnamese. other In    Previous Slaving     aside tem P° rard y ^    f ee * s    ratified seven veurs ago, a    Pres- *    can no longer run the    country,    ident    may notify congress    he is SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—Bal- iSen. Javits (R-N.Y.) said Wed- “unable to discharge the powers listics tests indicate that the nesday.    'and duties of his office.” ta,. ------ ------------ ,     4 .    ,    _    _. .a  tv/un «.«u auu mal uua, *‘i b- mu ,l u • u* 8 un used in the shooting of two Without calling for Nixon’s The vice-president then heed Segretti and paid him were to questions asked by Sen bd- js more documentary evidence , , ,,    ! * t J    Salvation Army cadets Monday, \outright resignation. Javits told .comes acting President until the uncovered. He said that after ward Kennedy <D-Mass). Ken- tha{ lying has becQme a q{ of folly to permit Kennedy. one fa(aHy was not thc samc a news conference the Constitu- disabled President sends notice Segretti appeared before a fed- n<ldy    released    the    cable in a |jf e under this administration.” IJJ 0 ®?    ? aff .     W * H    spearhead    this     weapon    [ ired in a scries of    lion provides a means    whereby    he is    ready to resume his of- --- senate speech    lueeday.    effort,    the    tactical    advantage    of     f    . 1^:11 ; ni rc in January mdice     a President may temporarily    lice. (Continued: Page 3, Col. 5.) In it, Martin told Kissinger “it    Candor Praised    an honest and detailed answer ‘ iv     b    turn over his duties to the vice- Javits stressed he Mas not ------ would be the height of folly” to As Kennedy pointed out in his to the questions of substance * ’_____ president.    urging Nixon to take such active Kennedy “an honest andjSpeeeh, Kissinger didn’t take raised in his letter.’ Martin    t<i    rminptiio    "It    would    be    very    tragic    if    the    J tion. but was “only pointing out President began to play im-'that he has the option.” a gain that had been reported Continued: Page 3, Col. 4.) Today’s Index Today's Chuckle Nobody makes house calls any more. Call up a garage, and a mechanic will say: 4 Bring it over and 1 11 start it for you.”    -Copyright detailed answer” on U. S. com- Martins advice but wrote Ken-'said. nedy that “we have . . . com- “I would suggest a very short Spy To Emigrate , TEL AVIV (AP) — Leopold peachment politics with domes-mitted ourselves very substan-; routine reply from the assistant Trepper, head of the Soviet spy t tic legislation, or foreign policy Rally, both politically and mor- secretary for congressional re-1 network in Western Europe in for that matter,” Javits said. re- ally” to South Vietnam.    Rations (Linwood Holton)” stat- World war II, arrived in Israel “it is extremely important mitment to South Vietnam. “Outrage” Kennedy said Martin's marks “should outrage every! Kennedy said Sunday in re- ing that the department would member of this body and every leasing Kissinger’s letter that present its position at forthcom-member of the congress.” {“it shatters the hope that we ling hearings.” Martin said. He said he was worried about “rumors” the White House is “playing impeachment politics” with major legislation, tailoring Tuesday for a brief visit and that the President have no! its positions to please conserva-said he would emigrate at the doubts about the fact only he Rives in congress to woo their end of the year.    can perform thc functions the votes against impeachment. Crossword .......7D Daily Record . . . . . . SA Deaths............. ...... 3A Editorial Features . 6 A Farm Financial..... ...... 81) Marion . 4B Movies ....... Society ............ . 10B-13B Sports 1D-5D State ....... 1C-3C Television Want Ads .. 10D-13D .... .. ...3