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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette May 4, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather— Fair tonight. I-ow in lipper 30s. Mostly sunny, warmer Sunday. Highs near 80. VOLUME! 92 NUMBER 115 4sdue l\mmU CITY FINAL IO CENTS V.* CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1974 WORD ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES PAT Kissinger Gain Seen With Syria ALEXANDRIA, Egypt (UPI) — A high American official said Saturday that Israel and Syria are in “negotiating range” on troop disengagement in the Golan Heights on all except one issue — how far Israel would withdraw. On all other issues of disengagement there was “reasonable progress” during Secretary of State Kissinger’s seven hours of talks Friday with Syrian President Hafez Assad, the official said. He spoke to newsmen during a flight from Damascus to the Gianaclis airbase outside Alexandria, where Kissinger’s presidential jet arrived late Saturday morning. “Restraint” Hope The official said he would not be surprised if Syrian and Israeli troops would exercise “restraint” in the Golan Heights fighting even without a ceasefire agreement, and he said he believed there was an understanding an exchange of war prisoners would be included in an eventual disengagement agreement. Kissinger and his party flew by helicopter from the Gianaclis base to the maamoura government rest house where Egyptian President Anwar Sadat was staying on Alexandria’s eastern outskirts. American sources said Sadat would be briefed on talks with Syrian and Israeli leaders. Sadat was waiting and walked across the lawn to greet Kissinger as his helicopter landed The two embraced, kissing each other on both cheeks. Credit Interest Rates Delaying Adjournment By Frank Nye DES MOINES - most regular appropriations ap-Thc Iowa proved last year, a normal funding year. Next Year legislature went back into session at 8 a m. Saturday when it became obvious shortly after, By early Friday, the legisla-Friday midnight that final ad- ture ^ad aPProvcd $1,882,585 for 4-Million Free Food Forfeited SAN with an all-night session. Rather than work themselves into a frenzied fatigue, senators took off for home at 12:30 a m. and I about House Democratic Leader Dale Cochran (D-Eagle Grove) berated the Republican majority leadership. Cochran pointed out a Saturday session would keep Democrats in the legislature from attending the party’s district conventions, where its 1974 state platform will be formulated in part. Wanted Recess He wanted to recess until 8 tion Army, which kidnaped Patricia Hearst exactly three months ago, forfeited $4 million -UPI T#l*ehofo Airport Statement Then they walked back to the rest house, where they posed for photographers on the couch from which they spoke to newsmen during Kissinger’s last visit Monday before flying to Israel. In an airport statement in Damascus, Kissinger said his meetings with Syrian leaders were “constructive” and he would return to Damascus early next week. Syrian Deputy Premier and Foreign Minister Abdel Halim Khaddam, who saw Kissinger off at the airport, said, “We are always happy to see you here.” Kissinger was to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir Saturday night prior to an Israeli cabinet session Sunday. * * * ON AND ON — Mrs. Horace Daggett, acting secretary tor her husband, a Republican representative from Kent, coos gently to her son, Douglas, as the Iowa legislature grinds toward adjournment. Kent is in Union county near Creston. „ --------0------------—- FRANCISCO (UPI) journmcnt could not be reached! ri'ma'n '^ J lJ":    if    The elusive Symbioncse Libera .. . 11 _____...    year—or $42,615 less than Hay tion Armv whirh kirinanp(l recommended. But legislators approved an additional $96,493,787 for next j in free food for the needy Satur fiscal year - $13,115,002 over I day because it failed to free and house members followed B;,ys recommendation.    her. half-hour later after A mcasure appropriating $3 A Friday midnight deadline set J 1;.    million for development of aby the Hearst Corp., for her state coal mine was approved release passed without a word 64-32 Friday by the house and from the terrorist group of Miss sent to the senate for action on Hearst. The money, which had a minor amendment.    been put in escrow April 2 to Supporters of the bill, aimed at finding ways to mine and bum Iowa coal without damaging the environment, say the use of coal must be increased because of the shortage of pc-[borough mansion Surveillance Sites FBI agents from across the However, most Iowa coal has am. Monday but did not get his'such a high sulphur content it wish.    cannot be used without violating House members, generally,    federal and state air quality were a little upset with the    standards, senate, too, for not agreeing to A bill to create an Iowa en- (opment in the case which began take time off Saturday so its ergy council, as suggested byi Feb. 4 with Miss Hearst’s ab-members could attend the fu- Gov. Ray to cope with emer- duction. neral of the late Rep. H. G. gency fuel problems and the The only major development Miller (D-Rockwell City) at like, has been passed 79-14 by this week occurred Friday when nearby Indianola.    the house.    police found an apartment—just The house planned to recess a    The house extensively amend-    14 blocks    from    FBI head- short time Saturday morning    ^ I be senate version of the bill, for the funeral, but the senate is plac>nK the council under the of- sending only its official dolcga- ,icc of civi1 defense, whereas [ gently holed up for five tion of three    the senate made it a separate, weeks. Neighbors said the group A stumbling block to final ad-; “gency.    apparently abandoned the hide- jourment in this tilth day cfi shor">' a"er 'he house passed,only a week ago the session was a bill setting in- 'he bill however, the senate ' The hldeout was discovered terest ceilings on retail charge    iw"h little discussion rejectedi afer a    resident    of another accounts and various kinds of!'he house amendments on a apartment in Hie building com- voice vote. troleum fuels. Sulphur Content continue the people in need program, reverted back to the corporation. The Hearst family retired early Friday night at their Hills- nation were flown into the San Francisco bay area as the deadline approached. They set up special surveillance sites in anticipation of a dramatic devel- quarters and on the same street —where the kidnapers had ap- Nixon Heckled at Phoenix Rally consumer loans. Higher Rates The senate passed .he bn Say Nixon To j first with higher rates, in two| leases, that the house lowered .j The house also made other sub- PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP).—Pres-,of the hecklers prompted Nixonjpearances, sending advance;Democratic leaders gathered in|stantive changes and sent thef ident Nixon, faced with hecklers 11° remark that the American men into both cities last week. Phoenix from ll Western statesback to the senate, where it | in his first appearance since    *ree    ‘    Carried    with    j    security    in    Phoenix    was    unu-lthat    the    nation    has    had----, languished all day Friday Uphold Calley 10-Year Term plained about cockroaches. Authorities found the apartment in filthy condition with revolutionary slogans scrawled on the walls. One slogan was signed “Tania”, the name Miss Hearst said she had assumed when she became an SLA “soldier.” more Republican leaders hoped to jdent Nixon has reach an agreement among uphold Army Lt. William L their members before taking up Galley’s twice-reduced sentence Grocer Story WASHINGTON (AP) - Pres-: Charles Eaten, FBI agent in Nixon has decided to charge of the San Francisco office, said, “We have reason to believe she was in the apart- the house amendments but Fri- t0 50 years’ imprisonment for ment.” Be declined to elaborate day’s efforts to do so were futile.    -    —    .    .    -    I— — ----  *i.„. If the bill is not passed, rates 1 •    ,    *. ..    ...    ,    .    ... the responsibility to keep, „    ., ,    ,    _    .    ... making public the edited tran-    qujet while someone else is talk-'sual,y    t,ght* as    many    more;than a year of Watergate be- scripts of Watergate tapes, said; jng ”    [Nixon    critics than were    inside [cause Nixon “has resisted every ifs time to “get on with the Referring directly to his Wa- tbe coliseum gathered outside, attempt” by congress and spe- business of America.    tergate    troubles    for the first The    Republican    national com- j cial prosecutors to obtain evi- Nixon was unable to ignore a    time in    recent    public appear- mittee    paid for    Nixon’s    flight dence only he can give them. small but determined band ol onces, he said he had provided ; from washington to Phoenix In a speech billed as the Dem-on revolving charge accounts vocal critics among a by-invita-1 the house judiciary committee!    ^    socratic    reply    to    Nixon’s appear- will remain at nine percent, ______  _    .    ,    _ tion-only crowd of 13,000 Friday,with “all of the relevant evi-| ^e couscum was aecKea 0Ul dS ance< Uda|j said he agmxl wi(h [where they have been since the to remain free on bond until a! The operator of a grocery night at a Republican rally in dence” it needs to complete its if for a campaign appearance.    the President that . we.Vc had Iowa supreme court ruled the federal judge acts in a civil I about three blocks from the Phoenix coliseum.    impeachment inquiry.    As    Nixon    appeared on stage, !enough of Watergate.”    previous    18 percent rate case brought by Calley's law-1 apartment said a young woman As the critics jeered and “The time has come to get h u n d r e d s of balloons and    usurous.    vers in an attempt to reverse resembling Miss Hearst entered shouted hostile remarks, he said Watergate behind us and get on masses of confetti were re-    ax    ■,ok<‘    Once    an    understanding is his conviction.    Ihfr    storc    several    times    to    buy massacre of Vietnamese civil- on I be statement but added that ians at My Lai, administration there was no way of determin-sources said Saturday.    *n6 whether she was held under However. Calley is expected | force- near the beginning of his    off-    with the business    of America,”    leased from the    ceiling — a    “The President’s problems the cuff remarks:    he continued.    touch not seen since the 1972    have hurt our economy, delayed “In the great American tradi- From Phoenix, Nixon and his campaign.    ;crucial decisions on energy and tion, we have some here    who    wife, Pat. flew    Saturday to    Nixon devoted    most of his    foreign affairs, made a joke of j are against us. We have more    Spokane, Wash., where he was    Arizona speech to    the achieve-    our tax laws and spread deadly Even after being returned to; milk, bread and frozen food confinement, he would be eligi- I asked ber was she Patty ble for parole after less than six Hearst, ’ the grocer said. She months of additional imprison- sai(l I be young woman smiled Syrian and Israeli forces who are for us. And all of you to formally open the Expo 74 ments and goals of his adminis-fought all night on Mt. Hermon are welcome/'    World’s fair.    tration, citing the end of Ameri- and Israeli planes bombed and strafed Arab guerilla positions in Lebanon Saturday.!! “To Keep Quiet” While the great majority Tight Security reached on the interest rate bill, the session’s end is in sight Overspent The Iowa    legislature had cynicism across    this land, Udal    spent more    than $13 million ' Meanwhile, the army    was re- aske<l ber that, said.    (over Gov. Robert Ray s recom-,ported prepared to dismiss Cal lout why did we have so mediation by 9 a m. Friday. ley from the service once Nix-1 Co/ SuTVIVGS was, end of the military    draft I much delay?    Legislative    Fiscal Director 1on’’s action is official. ment. and said many persons had can involvement in the Vietnam The White House made care-1and opening of diaj0RS with “The plain answer is that!Gerry Rankin made the report sources said Nixon had dead16-S/OfV Fall A Syrian communique said seemed friendly, the persistence ful preparations for the two ap- mainland China and the Soviet we’ve had a year and more of in a budget summary given to ed to go along with Army Secre-^ battles extended over a large area of the Golan Heights in the 54th straight day of fighting. Sirica Gets Gap Report Stans Invoking Fifth To Avoid Yielding Records WASHINGTON (UPI) - Electronics experts Saturday gave W A S H I N G T O N (AP) - forbidding promises of govern- drowned oul by mm(.|,.d che*rs P°ss(,ss'on Maurice Stalls, President Nix- ment employment or benefit? in and ^ on's chief political fund-raiser. relurn f°r political actions such jrven before Nixon arrived at as contributions. Union.    I Watergate because for all that Drowned Out    ;time Mr. Nixon has resisted ....... ...'every congressional attempt He concluded by declaring, and eVery attempt bv two spe-intend to stay on the job and Lia, proscculors hc himself ap- ^/“concluding words were I?*?1?.,10 *,et *' <'videncc in    Sri    "*    commandlnK    lhc    Third|mem"Jto nncvfvccinn    These    were    in    addition    to    army. appropriations of $83,378,785 for the fiscal year beginning July I and $1,925,200 for the remain- is invoking the Fifth Amend- rtiiicuu-    Ibe coliseum, hecklers made — i    .    i    i    •    The    statement    called    the    doc-    .u,,;- nt-f>e<>nr>c known bv jeering U.S. District Judge John J. Siri- ment to avoid surrendering po- uments “relevant and important durjn,, an invocation prayer for ca a voluminous and probably litical records needed for a evidence” and added:    fa unal report on the 18'2-minute probe of bribery, conspiracy “It appears that Mr Stans Senator Barry Coldwater <R-gap in one of President Nixon’s and other crimes, the Watergate has attempted to place these \ra > master of ceremonies. Watergate tapes.    special prosecutor’s office says, documents beyond the reach of sajd jj Would be beyond reason Sirica gave counsel in the Chief U.S. District Judge the grand jury on the basis of to expect a crowd of such size to (ase IO clays to consider and George Hart said Friday that he his Fifth Amendment privilege contain only Nixon partisans, comment on the report before I believes good cause has been against compulsory self- but urged that the critics “disa-the judge decides whether to shown why a subpoena should incrimination.”    gree in an agreeable way.” Ships Searched for Paintings make it public. •Not Protected” Today s Index C hurch page ........3 Comics .......S Crossword ....... S Daily Record 2 Deaths 9 Editorial Features 4 Financial ll Marion ll Movies 6 Sports 9, ll) Television . 4 7 Want Ads UIS be enforced and ordered Stans to appear in court May 15 to explain why he refuses to sur- Jaworski maintained that the render the documents.    Fifth Amendment does not pro- „ .. .    tect records filed in the course Three Cabinets    of a political campaign Special Prosecutor I .con Ja- He said his office has no in-worski is reeking the contents of terest in any truly personal three locked filing cabinets in records but does want Stans’ pa    “Alive    and    Well the offices of the Committee for    litical files, appointment and    Steiger said Nixon came to    the    thieves but turned up the Reelection of the President,    telephone logs, contribution    call public attention    to the    fact    |(>ads for which Stans, former score    records and all lists recom-    that “America is    alive    and tory of commerce, served as fi- mending campaign contributors well” despite what he termed    Letter    Threat nonce chairman    for federal jobs. Jaworski’s office I  -----  ,-------» —-- I HONOLULU (AP* - A 6- legislators    (ary Howard Callaway's action mon||M)|(1 cat namcd Mlst0 fe„ Ray recommended additional reducing Calley’s sentence from 16 storjeS recently — and only 20 to IO years. The sentence was broke a record previously cut from    life impris- Mist0    M, from thc    iMh-sto. y onment by Lt. Gen.    Albertson- J, ^ leer iv    of his owner’s apart- a third-floor balcony April 19 He landed in a small tree. According to thc Guinness Book of World Records, the official record for distance fallen n .T n . . .r anv    ...    . .    ,by a cat which survived is 120 DUBLIN    (AP)    -    Police    Authorities    were    examining    alif Dolours Price,    her sister, [feet. That record was    set by an searched    dozens    of    trawlers    letter    sent    to    a    leading Irish    art    M a r i on ; Hugh    Fceny andEnglish    feline called    Pussycat, Saturday in efforts to locate {expert Friday in which someone Gerald Kelly were transferred, [which fell from the balcony of $20 4 million worth of painting? purporting to have thc paintings    london    Bombings    bis owner’s llth-story apart- eight days ago in the threatened to destroy five of] _    k    ment March 7, 1965 Misto’s fall outdid Pussycat’s record by at least 25 feet. And all he    suffered    was    a    few London    in    bruises    and torn    skin    on    his One man    was    jaw reached    the    hall,    said    it    was'that a    Frenchman    had    hidden [london    declined    to    comment    on    k,1led    and    200    persons were    in-    j Mrs    Fred Kucke,    Misto's “pure baloney”    that    the Presi-    the masterpieces    in    one    of    the    Ibe    threat    but    an    official    in    thc    jured    in    the bombings. owner,    said this week    that    her dent    visited Phoenix in an effort trawlers.    British    embassy here said    the    Thc letter said    the    other 14    cat    “is    back to his old    self.” to distract public attention from On Friday, police teams!Pr»*oner» win not trans-paintings would be returned in Watergate.    searched    every registered hotel ferred-    He said bis government    exchange    for $1.2    million.    Beit    Ceilings Boosted --* L-    pressured    by    declined    comment    on    the    de-1 stolen eight days ago in the    threatened    to destroy five of    ^ °n m ,nfis world’s richest art theft.    them unless    four Irish terrorists    Tbe    four are serving    life Police said the search at    were shifted from prisons in    terms    for leading an Irish Rc- Howth harbor was prompted by    England to    jails in Northern    publican Ajmy raid squad    that Rep Sam Steiger (R Ariz.) an anonymous telephone tip to a    Ireland ...    ...      J___I Th.. I terror-bombed who also spok? before1* Nixon j Dublin newspaper Friday night The British home office in March^97lJ and rooming house in the Irish would not be Republic in an attempt to find KUt‘r'Ua demands, the thieves but turned up no ce ,sa. ^ MANILA (AP)-Tile goveru-mand but has said he will “not; ment has announced increases Police said the unsigned let- pay a penny” for the return of of 15 to 30 percent in its ceiling ter. mailed from Belfast, was his art treasures or make any prices for six basic commodities. a{ kind of deal with the robbers.    —    *    — Albert Price, a lifelong oppo- received by James White, leading art expert in Dublin. misleading    reports circulated! The 19 paintings were    stolen    With the letter were five pages    nent of British rule in Northern) told the    The subpoena, issued Feb.    25,    by a pres*    that “is complete- April 26 from a secluded    man    of a diary belonging to Beit and    Ireland and father of the impri- investiga-    also asked all lists prepared    by    Iv obsessed    with bringing Mr sion southwest of Dublin.    They    presumably taken during the    soned sisters, said he thought non centers on allegations of Mans of persons wno were illegal campaign contributions asked to contribute to the Nixon land possible violation of a law campaign but refused Meanwhile, Rep. Morris Udall gold and diamond mining mil-(I) Ari/.) said in a speech to bonaire. robbery.    [the robbers were common crim- The ransom note said five of inals seeking to “cover up by in-the paintings would" be returned! volving my daughters.” Toituii's Chuckle An old-fashioned woman is the girl who tries to make one husband last a lifetime ■Coeyrlaht ;

  • Abdel Halim Khaddam
  • Albert Price
  • Anwar Sadat
  • Barry Coldwater
  • Charles Eaten
  • Dale Cochran
  • Frank Nye
  • Fred Kucke
  • George Hart
  • Gerald Kelly
  • Golda Meir
  • Hafez Assad
  • Horace Daggett
  • Howard Callaway
  • James White
  • John J. Siri
  • Maurice Stalls
  • Morris Udall
  • Robert Ray
  • Sam Steiger

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: May 4, 1974

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