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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather- Chance of rain to- night and Thursday. Uw louight, 70. lliglis Thursday, iu VOUJMK <tt-- M'MHKIf Mi! CITY FINAL 15 CENTS YORK TIMFS 2 FrV6r Flee Jail HOCK RAPIDS (UPI) Two brothers, charged in the shotgun slayings of four teen- agers at a northwest Iowa state park last year, escaped Wednesday from the Lyon county jail. Alleo Fryer, was await- ing sentencing on a four-conrit murder conviction, while his brother, James, 21, was await- ing (rial on four counts ol murder. The both of the Sioux Falls, S.D., area, were charged in the November, 1973, slayings of the four Sioux Falls teenagers as they were sitting around a camp- fire at the Gitchie Manitou slate park. Lyon county authorities said the two were being held on different floors of the county jail- Allen apparently picked the lock on his cell and then aided James in escaping. The brothers were discov- ered missing about 9 a.m. by Lyon county sheriff's depu- ties. A third brother, David Fryer, 24, is serving a life sentence in the Iowa state penitentiary after pleading guilty to an open count of murder in connection with the slayings. Officials said both escapees are considered extremely dangerous. Does Tape Shake Nixon Story? Members Split Gazette Leased Wires Nixon was listening to a numberi W A S H I N U TON SomcLf tapes and commenting about members of the house judiciary L j committee say a taped presi- dential conversation heard by a' tec on Tuesday indicated some committee members that Nixon knew of the cover-up at least as early as March 17, 1973. It is not the four days that is significant in their view. But they said the apparent discrep- ancy raises doubts about Nix- on's Watergate explanations. He has repeatedly given March 21 as the date he first learned of efforts centered in the White House to contain the spreading scandal. The tape the committee lis- tened to was an excerpt from one made June 4, 1973, while James Fryer the committee indicates Pres- ident Nixon may have been aware of the Watergate covcr- np at least four days earlier than he has admitted. But other committee members disagreed. I Ronald Zicglcr. Cover-Up Discussed? Members said Nixon's com- ments about a March 17 conver- sation he had with his former counsel, John Dean, indicated A tape heard by Uic commit-'he discuSsed lte Wi, to Nixon Ends Island Stay, Flies to U.S. LAJES, Azores (AP) Paus- ing here enroute back to the U. S. from his Middle East mission, President Nixon told the new president of Portugal Wednes- day that "an independent, free, prosperous Portugal is vital to the Atlantic Alliance." Nixon also indicated, in his farewell remarks to President Antonio Spinola. that economic tergate cover-up then. Members could not bear the tapes Nixoni was listening to. Stung by criticism of a new leak of a confidential committee memorandum, members were reluctant to discuss what they heard or to comment on the record. But last May 21, in a press briefing, Chairman Rodino (D- N. had said the June 4 tape showed the March 17 meeting with Dean included "a discus- sion of the Watergate matter and the possible involvement of White House personnel and others." "I'll stick by that Rodino said Tuesdayj and other members said after hearing thcj tape they agreed with it. Mezvinsky's Doubts Asked whether he now had doubts that Nixon first learned of the cover-up March 21, Rep. Mczvinsky said, "Yes." j Some members, working with Spinola "in the story until March 21. great goals he has set for his government." Barnstorming The two presidents met for nearly two hours before Nixon headed on to Washington to con- clude his 10-day period of diplo- matic barnstorming. Nixon ar- rived Tuesday for an overnight stay. Spinola said the two pres- idents exchanged views on "the technical, economic, financial support which would enable Portugal to be economically on a par with other countries in Europe." Nixon, in response, referred to the wind gusting up to 50 miles per hour across the Atlan- tic island chain. "The winds of political change have never blown stronger than they are all over the world Nixon said. Telepholo THESE MEN SIFT THROUGH the debris in a supermarket in Ankeny in the aftermath of a severe storm late Tuesday. Two persons are confirmed dead in the wake of the storm. !Scarcity Seen High Court Decision As Danger to Nuclear Deals WASHINGTON Soviet WWII Hero Marsha I Dies were not so certain. Rep. Ed- shortage of nuclear materials WASHINGTON (AP) Thei Justices Douglas and Brennan; (AP) A supreme court Wednesday'joined Stewart in his dissent. Gazette Leased Wires ANKENY lAP) Tornadoes cut a two block swath through this DCS Moincs suburb of near- ly persons late Tuesday, killing two residents, injuring and heavily damaging 100 homes. The dead were identified as Mr. and Mrs. Wallace White, apparently were asleep when the high winds hit their home. Authorities were searching for four workers Wednesday in an industrial park south of Ankeny. Officials said time cards for the four were still in their slots at a business in the tract, but the four had not been found. In Bedclothes Polk county Medical Ex- aminer R. C. Wootcrs said the Whiles were in bedclothes and apparently had been asleep at the time of the storm. Dr. Wooters said he believed they did not know the storm had hit the house. There was some fear that a ;hird person had died when their son was reported missing. after the storm, but he was later believed to have been in the Ames area. Two Tornadoes c wards said "It's not open and shut." And Rep. Wig- gins said that al- though Nixon got "an inkling" of the cover-up March 17. it was could jeopardize President Nix- on's nuclear arrangements with Egypt and Israel, a member of upheld the court-martial of Justice Marshall took no part in MOSCOW The Soviet Union former army Capt, Howard the decision. the house-senate joint atomic'dered to do so. energy committee says. Levy for urging black enlisted! men not to go to Vietnam if or- aid is planned when he spoke of clear he did not get the full! t Holifield (D-Calif.) sai "You could say the President should have been more said Wiggins. "But you can't [fault him for saying he first learned of it March 21." Tuesday that the shortage also could leave a number of pro- posed American nuclear power plants without fuel. Holifield commented after j John Erlewine, general manager! the committee subpoenaed April 19, but for which it got a White House-edited transcript instead. The transcript contains no ref- erence to a discussion of Water- gate. Cox Firing Wednesday, the committee re- ceived evidence that Nixon wanted Archibald Cox ousted as special Watergate prosecutor "well before the actual a committee member said. The evidence was in the form of an affidavit by Elliot Rich- ardson, who resigned Oct. 20, 1973, rather than carry out Nix- on's order to remove Cox thai, day. Rep. Conyers (D-Mich.i said The government had ap- pealed a circuit court decision declaring the general article vague and a calch-all called "general which! traditionally used for prosecu- has been a mainstay of Ameri-j tions ranging from straggling can military justice since Revo-J gambling with a suborrli- lutionary war days. I In doing so, the court upheld! unconstitutionally ;aid the constitutionality of the so-! discarding it as imissioner Bob Holetz he was certain that lwo or more tor. of Marshal Georgi Zhukov, struck the town of imsson Wednesday announced the death certain famous World war II military commander who turned the nate. The March 17 tape is one of 42 of the Atomic Energy Commis- sion, told the committee the government will be unable to make new contracts after June Levy Vague Article had challenged The record at Levy's court- showed that he told en- rnurt martial nn orniinrk IT these occurred long Mmc ,hc Zhukov's fifth heart j acknowledged too that the "sub-can be used to send men to pris-jWas made. (Continued: Page 3. Col. fU main damage area, told him her family "immedia- tely headed for the basement when they heard Ihe winds rise." "Shi' said they believe a tor- nado went over. Their ears i popped from Ihe pressure and they heard that noise like a s offorllo R-as- "f l' imcml lo are wholly foreign to civil- j lfl'' hul Io Q F Y O DO I I UpU5 i C rff Massive rood Ettorf agreed with Saiivagnargues and raid lhat instead of a legal obligation there should be a with the Soviet Union at the ex- pense of Ihe allies, lhc declara- tion said "Ihe 1.'. S., for its part. goal i.s served by onshroudinsj WASHINGTON (UPII Sen-, McGovern said these rules in language so vague ator Wednesday proposed a Wednesday approved The document is expected and political comm ]be signed formally by heads of for Ihe billion program of .lmi Rovnrnmcnl in Brus-lanother, credit guarantees aimed aljso.ls on June the day before helping .save distressed ciillle-lPresident Nixon i.s lo arrive in men from bankruptcy. for lalks .Communist parlv eader Leonid The commitlee also a resolulion urging President] Nixon to re-impose beef import j Compromise controls. document's controversial The credil bill would aiillio- llth paragraph deals with the rize the agrieullure dcparlmcnl mieslion of consullation, an to guaranlee privale lenders issue which had threatened to lilies lo consult will Bcyond Borders uncertain as to be im- ils determination nol jcomprehcnsible lo the international food ill, ''llTCPl situation which [vicemcn who are to be governed 'effort Plowshares for Peace would expose ils allies lo thorn." Stewart said nal political anil military pres- for Plowshares freight tram. Peace could be Ihe begin-. Kerns said when the fam- of ;i great American inilia- emerged from the bascnu-nl among the world's hungrv. He also called on lo I against losses on up to 90 por- cent of new loans In "hona fide" liveslock and poultry producers. The loans would he made at r e g n I a r commerciiil interest rales, with a ceiling of mil- lion on guarantees lo any single fanner and a ?3-billioi) over-all ceiling on UK; ijiiaranlcrs. split the alliance. The text of Ihe paragraph resulted from a compromise reached Tuesday by Secretary of Slalc Kissinger and KriMU'h Foreign Minister Jcnii SiHivagiwrguos. "The allies arc convinced thai Ihe fulfillment of their common 1 he same clause. However, gave Kissinger what he ,-v nniriais saiu Mssmger regards the deelaralinn as "a e a u 1 i o u s recognition very iinpnrlanl NATO's interests in the one of the basic 71) age go beyond ils of bis call in April 71) e a r for a new liceord DA II said the allies should siill "on mailers relating Ihe new Features their common interests, bearing! is something less Ihan 12C in mind Ilia! these interests can II is one-half of two he affected by evenls ill olherlumenls thai America's areasof the world." jan allies agreed lo draft 8C, !IC The M-poinl documenl's oilier by NATO and lhc oilier by IOIM2I! clauses were restatements community ID-5D Ihe long-slanding aims of Ihe and political There is no sign yet til) The dcclaralion stressed community dcclaralion KID-lHI) separate paragraphs lhat sec Iho lighl of iin< r vviiiilil I'lki.'blown into their backyard. Sin1 o prevent mass starva ion Aitnoiigii UK i uoiiiu I.IM "ic lead, other nations would t know the nwmi. the S''ll-! Sl'i'ies of funni'l clouds was Nixon -md Secret'iry of State Billion fund for mid-eyciiing in a .XIAUII oiiiiuuv ui .HUH .lie! I fi'iinl llOI'llHMO HoOMC Kiisini'er lo "nhiv the "rc'il i search, fer i development i" "01 nun iioun to plan UK 'counlv to the southeast through word food and population ledinii.H .isMsl.inu. in nai-, lems at Ihe lop of thcir agenda" veshng and distribution crops, he said. ..i.ispii iminiu.i. High Winds in their travels. Mcdovern's proposal came atj Thai total annual inlerna Ihe opening of three days national inve.slment would be one-j senate hearings on developing what the S. will spend national nutrition policy, lie isjlhis year lor military purposes, chairman of Ihe select added, lee on mitrilion and human: "The lineal of nuclear needs. i canst may seem more immi'di- Allliough Ihe plight of Ameri-jale to America and other IKI- A tornado hit the eastern li'ontinucd: Pagi1 !i, Col. Chuckle we had allowances "Sure ID-5H ca's huni'.ry will be examined atjlions now." said Mcdovern.! a Ihe IC-.'IC jibe hearings, the major focus "Hill, if left unchallenged, Ihe I rem'inisi'cd. "Dad population problems and Ihe t'.S. role in alleviating them. twin threats of hunger and over- population will exceed Ihe lury let us keep half of what we