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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weather- Chance of rain to- night. Wednesday. Lows tonight in mid CDs. Highs Wednesday in Kite. CITY FINAL 15 CENTS VOLUME 32 f.'l'.'.SBEK HC CKIMH HAI'IDS, IOWA, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1974 ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YOKK TIMES CAMBODIAN OFFICIALS SLAIN Terrorists Are Seized By Israelis TEL AVIV (AP) Security forces captured two young Arab terrorists on a death mission into Israel and seized a cache ol hand grenades and Kalashnikov submachine guns hidden near the Lebanese border, the police reported Tuesday. "We were ordered to the police said the 19 year olds told them. They said they were or- dered to murder people at ran- dom in Haifa, Israel's chief port. The Israeli military command said the terrorists were Israeli ;citizeris who left their village near Acre, in northern Galilee, a year ago to join the Fatah guerillas. The youths slipped across the Lebanese border be- fore dawn Monday, the com- mand reported, but it said three other gunmen with them aban- doned the mission and escaped back into Lebanon. The teenagers ate a meal in a restaurant about a mile from the heavily guarded border, hailed a taxi, asked the fare to a nearby village and offered to overpay the driver by The driver an Arab became suspicious, drove the pah- to a security roadblock and winked frantically to tip off the police. Meanwhile, Arab guerilla leaders vowed Tuesday to esca- late their war against Israel and warned the Jewish state's new prime minister to retreat from the "arrogance and intran- sigence" of Golda Meir. The guerillas met at a Cairo session of the Palestine National Council, the movement's parlia- ment, to decide whether to join the full-scale Middle East talks in Geneva. The Palestinians consider themselves at war with Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Yitz- hak Rabin told the nation's par- liament Monday that Israel would never abandon all cap- tured Arab lands and rejected Palestinian guerilla partici- pation at the Middle East peace conference in Geneva. Urges Doffing Neckties WASHINGTON (UPI) Fed- eral Energy Chief John Saw- hill Tuesday urged male office workers to doff neckties this summer and wear open-necked, short-sleeved shirts on the job. The idea is that thermostats can be set fuel for air-conditioning. Sawhill did not suggest spe- cifically how women should dress at the office. He said only that they should wear "neat and comfortable clothes" to keep cool. And he recognized that among men "there will still be occa- sions when a coat and tie will obviously be appropriate." Stock Mart Keeps Rising NEW YORK (AP) Slocks continued lo rise Tuesday, on hopes interest rales were head- ed downward. The 2 p.m. Dow Jones average was up 10.40 at 821.66 on top of Monday's 19.09 rise. Gainers held more than a St. Sees Story Backing Nixon WASHINGTON- White House lawyer James St. Clair said Tuesday he would welcome estimony by former While flouse counsel Charles Colson in the house judiciary committee's impeachment inquiry. "In my view it would be high- ly supportive of the St. Clair told newsmen as he en- lered the committee room for the start of another week of closed-door hearings. The committee planned a look into White House dealings with the International Telephone and Telegraph Corp. Tuesday and then wiil take up political con- tributions by the dairy industry late in the week. ITT, Milk Roles Colson played a leading role in White House dealings with ITT and dairy groups, as well as activities of the White House plumbers. Colson i p 1 e d guilty to a single count of obstruction of justice Monday, saying he Telepholo GOVERNOR AND FRIEND Oklahoma Gov. David Hall shakes hands with Tony While, 4, as his brother, John, watches. The Tlirigit Indian tribe which the boys belong hosted an open-pit salmon dinner on Blake Island, Wash., for the National Governors Conference, being held in Seattle. Lot of Switching Reported at Sets Official EM AL AMrfwX Jl A A Polling Places Cedar Rapids News Mid-East Unargsti As Drasfik Driver Many Linn county voters meet for the first time reported to be switching Nixon will leave President News affiliation or switchinn to MOINES (AP) Iowa a five-nation swing sources gave a full party affiliation in the of Agriculture Robert election Middle East, featuring of Nixon's schedule was arrested early Election officials at polls Egypt, Syria and including a and charged with drunk tacted by The Gazette early Tuesday afternoon trip, the White House said Tuesday, is aimed at in Damascus, the third stop on his tour. This the Polk county sheriff's most of those signing declarations of party affiliation at the "mutual trust as Syrian Foreign reported. Lounsberry, 55, was arrested polls were independents developed Abdel Halim 1 a.m., booked at the into the Democratic U. S. and nations of the in Damascus that full county jail and released This would reflect the the past several relations were being his own recognizance. that most of the announcement said with was not available races are on the would last until June President, comment Tuesday morning. a week later, the his wife, plans to fly said the arrest On that ballot four persons are seeking nomination for the Second district congress be setting off on another major trip his summit visit to Moscow, possibly tying in a to the quaint Austrian town of Salzburg, arriving there Monday night for a rest stop before nroceedina to Eevot. after Lounsberry attended a barbecue Monday night at Jester park in Des Moines for a three for governor, five JaPan before he returns county attorney and four for county supervisor. At the time registration for :he election closed on May 25 there were registered voters in the county Republicans, Democrats and independents. Election officials contacted by (Continued: Page 3, Col. 3.) home. Kissinger, Too Secretary of State Kissinger will accompany the President, the While House said. The White House announced Cairo sources said Nixon would arrive there Wednesday morn- ing. First Time It will be the first time Nixon has met Sadat, who became warm friends with Kissinger the itinerary after the dales durjng ,he marathon peacc mis. were disclosed earlier in the sions this year, and is credited Middle East. The first major wjth bein cxtr'emeiy nelpful in stop will be Cairo where Nixon othcr Arab lo ssued two "while papers" ac- nowledging that Nixon had ilayed a personal and previous- y undisclosed role in holh the ITT case and the milk decision. The papers denied he had been influenced by campaign pledges from the beneficiaries and said he acted in the na- ional interest. wants "to tell everything I know." There have been published reports that Colson's surprise arrangement with special prosecutor Leon Jaworski was causing concern in the White House but St. Clair discounted them. "It's not he said. "It would be my view he would tes- tify in favor of the President." St. Clair said he had no ad- vance knowledge of Colson's plea bargain with Jaworski. He said he since had discussed i with Nixon but would not give any details of their talk. "Welcome" go along with Kissinger's ef- forts. The agenda for the President as given by government sources in Cairo showed he would visit the Egyptian capital June 12-14, WASHINGTON (AP) At! who got said they saw nojlcaving on the 14th for Saudi Mezvinsky Tops 16 Panel Recipients of Dairy Gifts least 16 members of the house conflict. judiciary committee accepted The biggest recorded donation political donations ranging frormwcnl to Edward Mczvinsky (D- to from the same! who got three dairy farmer cooperatives) According to public records it is investigating as part of back to April 7, 1972, 4-1 lead. impeachment probe. I Two members, Democrat I Charles Range! of New York I these other committee members were given money by one or more of Ihc co-ops. Associated L Have You Voted? Polls Close At 8 p.m. Mid-America and Republican Thomas Rails- Milk Producers. Inc.; Dairy, back of Illinois, decided to re- men, Illc- !lml turn the money after being Da'rvnien, Inc.: Sponsored Raise questioned about it by Ihc As- sociated Press. Range! got from As- sociated Milk Producers, Inc., last March, and sent it back Monday with a Idler saying il would be improper for him lo accept it. An aide to llailsbnck said hcj would give back that he received from the same group in 1972 "because he wauls lo he free of any conflict of Interest." Sec No Conflict The others, Including Chair- man Peter Kodino M. Caldwcll Bullcr William Cohen (U- Maine) Conycrs David Dennis Waller Flowers Harold Froch- licll William llungnlc Robert Kiislcnmcicr Trent Loll (ll-Miss.l, Robert McClory Wayne Owens Jerome Waldie Kastcnmclcr, llungatc and (Continued: Page 3, Col. 8.) [Arabia. From there, he goes to Damascus June 15. Next comes a trip to Israel, with Ihe Jerusalem stop sched- uled for June 16-17. He then is to fly to Amman for two days of talks with Jordanian leaders be- fore heading back lo Washing- ton. According to officials. Nixon may lake a train trip to Alex- andria whore Egyptian officials usually spend their summers on Ihc sea coast. Mrs. Nixon will be accom- panying her husband and will have a "separate schedule1' in- volving sightseeing of Ihc an- cient monuments in Egypt and other places of inlcrcst in the Middle East, particularly Jeru- salem. State short time later, White House spokesman Gerald saic me write-in was conceived by former special presi dential counsel Charles Colsor H L. u AJ A dJ A said or. Colson: "We create confusion among the Es Una? gstS his cieeision to step and "sow ill wil and teli the truth Kennedy and (Sen. Ed Dmk and completely." Warren rejected as who was con sidered the front-runner in the Iowa suggestions that presidential race. DBS' MOINES (AP) the White House were who was deput1 Secretary of Agriculture about Colson's of President Nixon's re Lounsberry was arrested Warren indicated Colson's campaign, said he op- Tuesday and charged with drunk driving, the Polk county would not prompt Nixon to budge from his refusal the multithousand-dollar plan because "it seemed like a large outlay for a dubious re office more Watergate Lounsberry, 55, was arrested about 1 a.m., booked at "A decision by a one day in February, was in the White House and en Polk county jail and House staff member Colson just outside on his own in no way erodes or President's Ma Lounsberry was not the principle of wrote. 'We've got to ge for comment Tuesday morning. Authorities said the of presidential paper and tapes of presidential mailing he told me 'I've just come from talking tc came after Lounsberry he President, and he thinks it's ed a barbecue Monday night Jester park in Des Moines for R o d i n o said he checkec group of visiting French to comment on White House chief of staf remarks. Asked if R. Haldeman, "who told me A resident of would consider what Colson said was true Lounsberry was appointed Colson as a witness, President did want the pro uty secretary of agriculture "Yes, we mailing in New Hamp- 1969, and elected secretary would not say decision had been made mailing seeking Kennedy He is running unopposed testimony from the votes did go out but net the Republican nomination Colson. But fewer than votes. Ma the same post in Tuesday's of the committee termed it "a waste o wanted to hear from and money." IRA: British Slew LONDON (AP) The Gaughan's death but a London Ibank robbery to Republican Army charged spokesman reported funds for the Irish repub- British government with incidents in cause. His younger brother John, said Michael's wcighl lous, brutal and An unidentified man from 168 to 70 ipounds murder" Tuesday following shot to death on a "he looked like something death of an IRA member on the edge of Belfast, of Bclscn (the Nazi concen- was on hunger strike in a said he apparently His face simply ish assassinated by no flesh left. I saw him a Convicted bank robber He was the ago and 1 knew then he chael Gaughan, 2'l. died fatality in nearly die if he was not sen! night in the top-security of the religious war to Ireland." hurt prison on the Isle of home office said Gaughan alter developing pneumonia. Irish Political been fed artificially had been fasting since said Gaughan 22 "whenever medical of- 31 demanding political buried "with full IRA considered it safe hi do status and transfer to a honors" and demanded in 'Northern inquiry into IHA lias promised "dev- First Since consequences" if two other strikers should die. They Gaughan was the first the Price sisters Dolours striker to die in Britain young man chose Marian who were sen- Ihc death of Terence death rather than to life in prison for their ncy, Ihc lord mayor of deal said in a bombing campaign in and an Irish republican president of last year. Colson was the author of a memo which came to light during the senate Watergate hearings and which said some White House documents on the ITT affair could "lay this ease on the President's door- '1INOM pl'jN11' Cambodia High school students Last Jan. 8, the White Cambodia's education ITT Tape The judiciary committee Tuesday heard a tape recording (Continued: Page 3, Col. 6.) Nixon Okayed Kennedy Dirty Trick: Magruder WASHINGTON (AP) Jeb Stuart Magruder, who went to prison Tuesday for his part in the Watergate scandal, says he was told that President Nixon approved at least one campaign dirty trick in 1972 a phony write-in campaign for Sen. Ken nedy in the New Hampshire Democratic primary. Magruder recounts the in cident in his Ameri can Life One Man's Road to scheduled for pub- lication June 26. minister and a deputy Tuesday and Premier Long Boret said the two officials were killed by student gunfire as riot police moved in on (he school building where they were being held hos- tage. Boret said there was a Com- munist element involved in the slayings, but he did not elabo- rate on this. The students seized the two men in an effort to enforce their demands for the release of five itudents arrested last week in a demonstration against living conditions in Cambodia. Government riot police at- ;acked the high school with gun- fire in an effort to free the two officials. Boret said in a state- ment late Tuesday night that the two officials were already dead when the police began shooting. He gave no further de- tails. Shot, Stabbed Doctors at the 701st military hospital said Education Minister Kco Sang Kim had a gunshot wound in his chest and that he had been stabbed in the stom- ach with the broken leg of a table. At Monivong hospital, a doc- :or' said the deputy, Thach Chea, was shot twice in the chest and that he died shortly after being admitted. Witnesses said police opened [ire on the students from a wall at the school but that they did not see any of the gunfire enter :he second floor classroom where the two men were being held. News reporters and photog- raphers who were inside the school said the two officials were in the second-floor classroom with a student who had a pistol. But they and other witnesses said they did not see what happened when police !ircd on students in the com- pound below. Marched to School Kim and Chea were marched from the education ministry to :he Lycce March 18 higli school, where a peaceful anti-govern- ment rally was held. .y midafternoon, however, specially trained riot police noved into the school grounds where they were met by a hail of bricks and stones hurled by slogan-chanting high school stu- dents. Police fired a volley of tear "''j'gas, but the students countered with more rocks and bricks. Gunshots were heard inside the school. Into Streets The students then moved onto the streets, where they con- tinued to battle police. Fire trucks were brought in The streets around Ihc schonl had the appearance of a battle- ground by Uile afternoon, lit- tered with bricks, stones and the residue of tear gas. As the battle grew, the ranks of the student demonstrators swelled to about many of them caught up in rioting and in 1920. ional Sinn Fein, the political Doctors at London's Brixlon Chuckle Sign in a savings bank: "Save it. Spending costs money." Scotland Yard ordered tight- arm of the IRA's Provisional prison began force feeding tire encd security at British airports wing. He called the death a "cal- sisters last December but gave and public buildings in prcparn- lous, brutal and premeditated up May IB. Relatives say the lion for a possible revenge at- murder by the British govern- women now arc extremely weak lack bv the lltA. ment." and an intensive care unit at Security forces in Northern Gaughan was sentenced to the prison bus been prepared Ireland braced for new trouble seven years in prison in 1971 for them. 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