Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 14, 1974, Page 7

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette May 14, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Hypnotist Needed Because    IRA    Denies    Planning Incite Bloodbath Conner Unable To Recall I he reason cited foe a hypnotic examination of one of the two men accused of murdering two Cedar Rapids teenagers is that tile defendant is unable to recall in detail conversations and activities relevant to his defense. The hypnotic examination was ordered in Linn district court friday for Atwell Junior Conner, 29, of near Bertram. Examination of court records Monday showed that the defense application for the examination was based on Conner’s inability to recall details “of recent months which are relevant to his defense.” ‘Time, Shock’ The application stated that this inability was the result of passage of time, shock, anxiety or other factors. It alleges that a detailed account from the defendant of conversations and activities in recent months is necessary to prepare for cross-examination of state witnesses and to have access to all possible evidentiary leads. The application states that Conner has consented to the examination in an attempt to induce recall. Authorize $600 The hypnotist, Henry Arons, has agreed to come to Cedar Rapids from New Jersey at a cost less than his normal fee, according to the application. It estimates expenses at $200 for round trip from Newark, $150 a day for two days of the examination and $60 for food and lodging. Up to $600 has been authorized for the examination. It states that Arons has been used by law enforcement agencies as well as defense counsel in criminal investigations throughout the United States. Background lie is editor of Hypnosis Quarterly, director of the Ethical Hypnosis Center, Irvington, N. J., and founder and past executive secretary of the Assn. To Advance Ethical Hypnosis. The examination is to take place this month in the county jail. Results of the examination are to remain privileged infor- Means Arrested At Sioux Falls SIOUX FALLS, SD. (AP) — American Indian Movement leader Russell Means was arrested at the airport Tuesday on a charge stemming from a violent disturbance in a courtroom here two weeks ago. A police spokesman said Means was arrested as he and fellow leader Dennis Banks were preparing to fly hack to St. Paul where they are being tried on charges stemming from the takeover of Wounded Knee last year. Means was arraigned in Sioux Falls municipal court on charges of injury to a public building and riot. He was in the county courthouse April JO when a fight erupted between Indian demonstrators and law authori-j ties. Judge Robert Patterson set bond at $1,000 on each charge1 and scheduled a preliminary hearing for June 28 Ford Repeats Backing of Nixon PENSACOLA, Fla. (API-Vice-president Ford has completed a short swing through the South by proclaiming President Nixon’s innocence in the Watergate affair. Ford made his only significant reference to Watergate Monday night at a Chamber of Commerce gathering There, he told 1.200 people that after reading the transcripts of White House conversations, he is convinced: “thej overwhelming weight of the evi-j donee proves the President is! innocent.” He added, in a reference to the house judiciary committee’s impeachment inquiry: ‘‘the constitutional processes must pro ! coed.” Volkswagen Eyes U. S. Production WOLFSBU Rd, derm any (AP) j — Volkswagens may scion be i assembled and produced in the U.S., according to VW Board j Chairman Rudolf Folding However, a decision is not expected before fall, lie said IO VEAR Ado dov. Harold Hughes ordered all state agencies under his supervision to stamp out any vestiges of racial and religious discrimination IOWA CITY The University alation between client and conn ;of ,owa wil1 ho,(l 011,1 of th<* ,ark- sel unless and until (he privile(!e|,'st    fereroooiw in its history Saturday at 9:80 is waived by the defendant. |a rn iii the field house, with an estimated 3,000 students to ro- BELFAST (AP) Republican Army 'I hr* application states Conner has been pre-tested and found to be a suitable subject for hypnosis. face Charges    the university to approximately Conner and deorge Junior *33,000 Nowlin, 31, rural Keystone, are Tuesday that British security the docks, (•cive degrees    iforces had captured one of its [newspaper This will bring the tot al rn;isU*r batt,e r>lans’ but sai(1 itil)ostal ;,nd number of degrees granted by The Irish lie “protectors” and occupy admitted strategic positions, including television stations, offices and gas, telephone installa- accused in Linn district court of murdering Michael Servey, 18, on March IO near I'alisades-Kepler state park, and with robbing him. They face murder and rape charges in Jones county in connection with the death of Maureen Connolly, 17, on the same date. was winning the fight. Britain from Northern Ireland. A spokesman for the Provi-U. of I. (’resident Willard ™>nal wlll« <>( the IKA said the Boyd will deliver (he charac to    "may    he    winmnd (he Senate Refuses To Allow Speed Increase to 60 WASHINGTON (AP) - The senate Monday refused to allow states to raise highway speed limits to 60 m.p.h By a 51-29 vote, the senate rejected an amendment by Sen. Dole, (R-Kan ), who contended the present nationwide limit of 55 m p h. imposes a hardship on truckers and on residents I of rural areas. Iowa Democrats Harold Hughes and Dick Clark split on the amendment. Hughes voted for the increase, while Clark opposed it. Senator Randolph (D-W. Va.) said the savings in fuel and lives that he attributed to the 55-mph. limit “far outweigh any conceivable benefits that would accrue from a 60-m.p.h. limit.” Allowing the states to raise the maximum speed “would be another signal to the American people that we no longer consider serious energy conservation an important matter, “Randolph said. “Even though the President may have declared the energy crisis at an end, the U.S. is far from resolving its fuel-sup-ply problems,” he declared. the graduates and confer degrees, and Patricia Burch, Vinton, who will receive a BA degree in anthropology, will give the student charge. Parking facilities for this year's commencement will be expanded somewhat from pre vious years. “Except for space needed by hospital personnel, all available parking space in the area of the field house, hospital complex and Dental Science building will be utilized on commencement day,” reports Capt. Oscar Graham of the U. of I. transportation and security department. war of words, but make no mistake about it, we are still winning the war of bullets.” Ile told newsmen the master to oust tions. As they were forced back in fighting with the British army, the IRA would burn Belfast. Wilson said some of the documents will be published in Britain and “in other countries where Britain’s record under The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tiles.. May It. 1971 J drew up some time ago. Plan To Foment? But lie denied charges that the plan was a bid to foment civil war between the province’s majority Protestants and minority Roman Catholics. plan was “a doomsday plan we [successive governments in relation to Northern Ireland has not been fully understood.” Presumably he was referring to the U.S. and Canada, where there is considerable sympathy for the IRA among persons of Irish descent. The    official death toll in “I    stress    that    that scheme    |pearly    five years of the    com- was    devised    in the event of a    rnunal    war reached 1,018    early civil    war, not to    provoke one.”    Tuesday when two bodies    were The plan’s capture was announced by the British government in London. “To give the British government credit, yesterday’s state- uesday found after an explosion in a| garage in Dungannon, County Tyrone. An army spokesman said a bomb apparently went off as the two persons were Lutherans Face First Fight for Top Church Spot LANCASTER, Pa. (AP) - A Lancaster pastor is challenging the re-elcction bid of the president of the Lutheran Church in America, the largest Lutheran denomination in the country. The election fight is the first since the church organization was founded in 1962. The Rev. Dr. Wallace Fisher, planned to incite the Protestant 1327 Third street SE. merit at Westminster    by    the    carrying it    into    the garage. : prime minister was a tremen-!    _ [deus publicity coup for them,”; ,    • I * the spokesman said.    Industrial Arts incite Bloodbath?    Display    To    Begin Prime Minister Wilson    told    Industrial    arts    projects from the house of commons    in I/m-    the Cedar    Rapids Community don Monday that the army cap-    .• 4„: .    ...    I*    a1    school districts three    senior lured the plans in a raid on    the Belfast headquarters    of    the    ^ schools will    be on display IRA’s Provisional wing.    beginning Wednesday at    the Io- Security officials said the    IRA    wa-Illinois Gas and Electric Co., 56, pastor of the Trinity Luther an church, says he intends to offer a choice “between two The projects include wood majority in Northern Ireland to launch a bloodbath against,    ,    , the Roman Catholic minority. Iw ’ me^a^ wor^ and plastics styles of ministry, each equally [ I he IRA would then move into I work* Tho display will run honorable,” in his fight to un- large areas of Belfast as Catho- through May 30. seat the Rev. Dr. Robert Mar-!   —“  ----- shall, precedent of the 3 million member body. Fisher announced his candidacy Monday after mailing a 14-page statement to fellow clergymen informing them of the issues. He said what politics there are in the church are often “hidden and camouflaged.” “There are no declared candidates, no platforms, no open discussion of issues, and supposedly no electioneering,” he, said. He also urged larger salaries Senator Stafford (R-Vt.) said and improved housing and pcn-that since the 55-m.p.h. limit sions for clergymen. was adopted by all states as a    ---- fuel-conservation measure in It takes only a minute to get March, more than 1,000 lives the buy of a lifetime . . . have been saved.    through    want    ads. VISIT The Office of Dr. C. R. 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  • Atwell Junior Conner
  • Dennis Banks
  • Dick Clark
  • Harold Hughes
  • Henry Arons
  • Maureen Connolly
  • Michael Servey
  • Oscar Graham
  • Patricia Burch
  • Robert Mar
  • Robert Patterson
  • Rudolf Folding However
  • Russell Means
  • Wallace Fisher

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: May 14, 1974

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