Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 5, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 05, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather- Fair tonight and .Sat- urday. Low tonight in mid 60s. Highs Satur- day in 90s. VOI.U.MK 177 CITY FINAL 15 CENTS NIXON Lebanon in Refusal of liy United Press International i Lebanon lias rejected offers of immediiite troops and weapons from other Arab countries to: defend Palestinian refugee i camps on its territory fronv Israeli reprisal raids, Beirut press reports said Friday. The reports said the Beirut government warned Arab states at a two-day conference in; Cairo that Israel was waiting for a pretext to occupy parts of: southern Lebanon and a major, m i 1 i t a r y conflict might be touched off. j Conference sources said Fri- day that the delegates adopted! secret resolutions calling for. military, political and financial support to Lebanon, but reject-j eel sending Arab troops or! planes as Egypt. Syria and Algeria proposed. i Suspension Asked j The Beirut newspaper All Anwar said Lebanese Foreign! Minister Fuad Naffah called at the meeting for a suspension ofi all guerilla activities pending! the outcome of the Middle East! peace conference, expected toj reconvene in October. j The leader of the Syrian-! backed Al Saiqa guerilla organi- zation. Zuheir Mohsen, who was a Palestine Liberation Organi- zation delegate at the Cairo con- ference, criticized the Lebanese rejection. "The conference Arsenal of Weapons Stolen from Armory r r Wireohoto BACK AFTER HOLIDAY John Ehrlichman a nd his wife, Jean, walk to U.S. district court in Wash- ington after a Fourth of July recess in his trial. Judge Denies Request To Quash Two Perish Ehrlichman1 s Kissinger Subpoenal n'-' eKin KEY H1SCAY.NK, l-'la. lAPi "It is frightening to think that parcntlv was not entered President Nixon's doctor this arsenal would fall into the xixun was ttamcd wrong hands, said Compton :Policc .Sgt. W. II. Williams. "II U. Col. Andrew Wolf, public 1TU'ncm .btood clot nis lcft k'n .appears that Ihe theft wa.s high- relations officer for thc kil' I'im during his Middle !ly organized, department in Sacramento, 'rip but the President in- 1 Police and FBI agents refusedthis is standard practice when.sisted on going ahead with trav- lo speculate on who may havc armories arc left unattended. 'cl P'ans. been responsible. But authori-i "Unless they find replace-; danger is now Dr. lies said they were investigatingmerit pins. Ihe guns would Tkach said lale Thurs- roulinely thc possibility that a'usc'css without thc firing pins in'day. terrorist or radical group he said. Tkach for the first time dis- j havc been involved. However. Compton police that Nixon has thrombo- Missing Items ficials said acquiring rcplace-jphlebilis, which he said in- The firing pins were P'ns wou'd no' he much ofjvo'vcs the presence of a perma- jfrom the weapons, the armyla Problem. jnent clot. j said, but police officials said re-! "Most of the bigger gun shops] "The clot is pretty well j placements could be obtained [stock replacements. It's justjlixed." Tkach said, explaining 'easily. 'like if your car needs a new that it has attached itself to the j Missing items included 96 M-I6J carburetor, you can go to of a vein and no longer is rifles, seven M-69 parts dealer and buy to break loose and go to guns, eight M-79 grenadelone policeman said. ithe heart or lung a dcvelop- jiaunchers, one .45-caliber auto-j Wolf said the army could not !ment that could prove Fatal. matic pistol, 15 bayonets, to post round-the-clock' Told in Salzburg rounds of .5fl-caliber bullets, security guards at state ar-; rounds of 7.62-caliber and they are usually general, lets, 45 rounds of .45-caliber am- munition, 40 grenades, 16 smoke j grenades and 100 riot grenades. Authorities said 75 gas masks were also missing. unattended after normal busi- ness hours. Tkach said he considered hospi- talization for Nixon at the time the President first told him of mi LIIL L icoiuniL 111OL IU1U 111111 There were no army person- fa nelat the armory where, L I ironically armory a silent a arm sys- had WASHINGTON (UPI> U. S. Judge Gerhard Gesell Friday refused to quash a subpoena or- -jdering Secretary of State Kis- of Arab de-jsinger to testify in "le Ellsbei'g fense and foreign ministers has conspiracy trial and told him failed because the party for through lawyers to "hold him- whose sake the meeting wasisclf in readiness" convened did not want assis-i Defense witness Nonetheless, the White to.the grand jury in mak-j asked that a subpoena for ing that statement, as well as! Haig's appearance be quashed, j conspiracy in the breakin. Now that President Nixon has Investigators said entry was! tern is being installed from through a side door and a edncsday morning until him for several days, was insistent on going forward with urn drill was used to pierce thejThursday night, when the theftiv weapons vault, which an armo-'was discovered, officials said. his trip although "we told him returned from Moscow, he is to Memory Refreshed The prosecution also be asked a series of questions in ]atcr Ehrlichman s defense. The wnt- Fla. (AP) "Twol lives were (raded for two] a relative said after ten questions and answers are as a later'to be admitted into evidence. Douglas Orders iiui iiuiuidii o itiLui grand jurvi OF testimony in wteh he C" JIUHUII his foslirnnnv and sairf ho ,awifrom dei'P water during a Los ANGELES ,AP) young men were drowned his testimony and said he saw! Testimony has shown it was i (he breakin. iiu n-oLiiiiunj emu o am 111; oa vv i r T i uwu i ii i m 1i the psychiatric profile before1 Jradio station manager jailed for Ajthere and they wouldn't !et us Donald Thompkins, 17, and tance. he told the newspaper: Kissingeri prcsentiy in Rome_: Nixon who ordered Ehrlichman In the testimony. Ehrlichman his brother-in-law, Lee Wilson, was originally ordered to Probc tne motives of Ellsberglsaid his memory was refreshed 20' were drowned while helping pear in court later Friday as when the Pentagon Papers an appearance before He said Lebanon "even witness for former j first published. 1U" jected to granting the (Pales-iWhite House aide John Eh'rlich-j Al Liwa. "Lebanese Privilege" is on trial wit tiniani resistance movement as-jman. sistance for building s considering this to be a ese privilege." icharges of conspiring to ar- Israel launched retaliatory ,he breakin of tne office attacks on Palestinian refugee of Dr Lewis Fielding, former camps in Lebanon after Arab psychiatrist of Daniel Ellsberg. attacks May 15 at Maalot in in September of 1971. Eurliehman Testimony Ehrlichman's previously jury about a ;house committee charged 9' ancl the 'i' joverviewing the Central In. youths'uncle, James Rose, 27. the potential would be." Tkach said Nixon informed him of the swollen leg after ar- riving in Salzburg, Austria, June JO enroute (o the Mid- East. For several weeks, (fie While House has declined to describe contempt of court was to be freed Friday, one day after he was ordered relcasedltold him." by U. S. Supreme Court Justice! Douglas, who has jurisdiction William Douglas. take she said. "Everyone Nixon-s phlebitis as involving in that prison except Will dot but Tkach acknowj. y hadn'lHged the President has one. "The clot will always be iover California, said, "I in- Officials at the Terminal no view on the merits (of I telligence Agency and by seeing fam'ly cousms'unclesMand federal correctional facility ithe easel, but, the applicant thp Whifp hlnpnrint fni-Tnotnci, urotliGrs. sisters i__-j iu_ _ ,..uu _ii the breakin. gathered Thursday to celebrate he earned about a psychiatric After ,hc apparently conflict-'lhe hollday ,wlth food' ing before releasing Will record, I have profile of Ellsberg only after Enrlichman statements and Sames at a Park Lewis' attorney said he plannedjan order releasing him breakin was presented to intn tho ronnrri tho lhe tiny town of tn r mnr, s n :iread into the record, the prose- western Galilee and June 13 at! court Friday. I cution rested its case. In the testimony, Ehrlichman isaid: To Take Stand about 15 miles south of Tampa. ;d (o wjn hjs ,.elcasc Rose and Timothy waded tooj [far out in a man-made canal said they heard about the order being a newsman with all First Thursday but wanted it in writ- Amendment protections and no entered him on his jto go to federal court here personal recognizance the northern settlement of Sha-! KissinSer's law-vers said thei "Well, I learned after the! Ehrlichman was expected stepped over a 20-foot drop- "i_ :secretary could not appear tnat thev were lhe stand in his own a sheriffs spokesman said. m'1 ipaiKP 1Q ImlHinO "pritinal r_._ "r t FoncD lafor in thn H J117 I The Maalot raid left 31 he, is, ''critica! for information for what they me udaioi idiun.ii 01 pci meetmgs with U. S. a les and a n'whnlniriral sons dead, most of them chil-; NATn nf, a 0.5chological profile later in Donald Thompkins and Wilson dren. Three women were killed in the Shamir attack. The Israe- li air strikes killed more than 80 persons and wounded more than 200. jvarious NATO officials mj charged Nixon's Two of the cricsorielp, dived [Europe following mil conferences in the Soviet; Union. "iNo Information" They also submitted a memo- randum stating that Kissingeri with (Continued: PageS, Col. 7.) i (Continued: Page 3, Col. 2.) pending decision of his appeal." Lewis, 42. manager of KPFK-JThe appeal had been filed earli- FM. was jailed June 19 after District Judge A. Andrew! Mrs. Lewis said her he said, adding that the swelling results from blood fore-? ing its way past the area of clot- ting. Medication for Week Tkach also disclosed that Nixon was given medication for week during his overseas jour- ney something the White House had repeatedly denied. He would not name the drug in- Hauk ruled him in contempt for reaction was that, "if a said that byjhe refusing to answer a federal grand jury's questions about a tape purported to be from the If! [had no information about thc T I jhreakin and knew nothing Steve Helle I conspiracy on the part of; "World's Strangest Legality of All-Iowa Fair Exhibit Probed by Officials jSymbionese Liberation Army preme court justice can releasejtime the President left for Mos- him on a holiday, then there's [cow last week, the danger was no reason why a prison wardenjnot as great as during the Mid- couldn't do so.'1 .-_... MEI VERN Kan AnjEhrlichman or lnc other defcnd-ireads the come-on at one of the Amtrak 'passenger train on the fair 1 The instant subpoena is both midway. Idle East trip. He declined to say and a letter with signatures at-! Spent Six Hours jif he had advised against both tributed to the radical Weather Lewis' attorney, David but the New York Underground, and for he spent six hours News quoted him earlier lo turn Ihe materials over fruitlessly trying to rtachias saying he wanted thc Pres- KBI. ilocal federal officials who wouldiident to rest. "Pr tt rv" :act cn Douglas ordcr- Tkach said Nixon "felt he had pended in three fluid-filled con- i Salurdav will feature 12 hours! r significance of all this is an obligation" to go forward There are also Lcwls. gavc 'he tape.that the federal system doesn Mid-East trip and "we route from Los Angeles to Chi- warnings about drug-use of "virtually continuous jeilci. to lhe FBI bul or doesn't want lo have, him daily and he did what appears to be a plastic' jblucgrass style, according toj fused to yield the originals, say-'systcm for carrying out unreasonable and oppressive cago derailed near this ana oppressive Amazing, Astouncl- Kansas town Friday "injurious to the public in- ing. Unbelievable" and as one The lasl 13 cars "of the 18-cartorcst-" thc lawyers argued. ifairgoer added, "Repulsive." Charles Decker, fair it would endanger KPFK's to release men from both the Middle East ancl "The first bluegrass band with news sources. Finkel said. itnc Union, ambulances train derailed. Six cars over- Resell refused to marijuana plant. "Strange, Amazing, Astound-! "Dope" Caused When asked if the babies were urdav and adllally ahve al! right onTnli'iTjam'scsdonSaT-1 Lcwis' said slle lold Km'th William start nlaviii" at 12-'10 n m want to check the On Ihe tape, voices believed placed in presidential mo- -iurday and lo be those of fugitives Patricia lorcades but wcrc uscd_ of thc release order and that he Hams talked of the death of six Swimming Advised ised Nixon to mining as possi- ported taken lo hospitals for "Advised Khrlicliman" treatment, and 22 of these were! queslioningi released vvithm hours. idefcnse attorncv William Frales! The spokesman said none Kissj the passengers wa.s believed e s d n Ehrlichman and; juredcntically. A doctor of one of Ihe derailed cars said hcjm.ltjon ,p.lks of inj allegedly three dead babies lsodion "cx'. j jhibition of deformed or abnor-1 (Conlinucd: Pago Col. B.I si., 'He above anyone other than Ihc President wa.s concerned jn: t M K1UUI I gave emergency trca ment broken arms, a broken back1 and a head injury. Cause of Ihc der; not determined The train was reported traveling at the tpstimnnv tion 70 miles per hour when f car.s jumped Ihc tracks, D off a chain reaction. mal persons" is iirohibited when a fee is charged. When contacted Friday. Fred Haskins. assistant slate attor- ney general, expressed some Saturday Highlights doubts about Ihe conslilu- liliiegrass Day Grandstand: a.m.: .tun nrse show. 3 ;md rtin ancl Friday Night Grandstund: p.m. rnces. Fun Time Square: in.: wilh Kjn'iie. Family Feud Flares; 7 Hurt. lionalily of that chapter of Ihc code. The chapter on exhibition !of deformed persons is "still in force and is prosecutablc: jt! said CHARLKSTON. W. Va. (API A loiig-slanding family fend that erupted into gunfire and fi.'11'ighting left seven persons injured, one critically, police isn't unconstitutional." he said. ;among those who wanted dcrog-! run Time Scman-: All ci.i.v. Several other sections of Ihcj 'alory information about at, IV'ininissJDh.snMiily ;ind indeiTiicy I'.S. Creetings herg made after lhe MOSCOW i API t'.S. Am- iffi'iner Penlagon analysl leaked bas.sador Waller Slocssel .spoke the Pentagon Papers study of bnmls Kchn String h.-uul. l.osl Kcntlickiiins ed greetings from Ihc American people on Independence day. 1 10 p.m.: .liini .se Fine- Arts i II IT i I Plavci'f sion. I'i'1 The reason lhe bear weni over Ihi1 mouiilain was In .see whnl was bruin. npynuiit llaig "Unnecessary" lOhrlichman's attorneys also had initially planned lo subpoc-1 ua While House chief of staff] Alexander Ilaig lo appear as a] FFA sirei with witness. irliamnion iKinu'd .'il stitulional. Thc Linn county attorney's of-1 fice wa.s conlaclcd earlier this; week aboul Ihc fair exhibit. Thej detective bureau of the Cedar] Hapids police department was then contacted Ihc cotinlv at- However, defense .-iHnrm-ysi I'luiruliii.-. indicated Friday thai llaig's pearaucc would mil be required, i Illl npcjl] Uacos on the llawkeyc Downs oval track were in the schedule III.' Deputies said Ihe bailie in Sigmaii l''ork llolliiw 1111 Tup- per creek, just north of Charleston, was between fam- ilies headed by Paul Burdcllc and Pcarlc Rurdclle, ;ip- parcntly not rclaidl. At least 15 adults and chil- dren were involved in the fracas that began Thursday with hand-lii-haiiil fighting in Ihe road between the liurdetlc homes, deputies said. The fisticuffs were followed by gunfire between one fami- Kellam said the shooting was going on when he and Deputy Hon arrived. "We made ourselves known as lawmen, and bleeding men. women and children from both sides came pouring out of I ho home and Ihc trailer." Kcllam said. "Kvcry window in Ihc trailer had boon slid nut." lie sail! Ihe families been mail .1! each olhcr lor several veals over a scries ol incidents involving disputes between children, peb' and other neighborhood matters. KelKini and said they confiscated an assortment of guns including rifles and shot- guns. The bull of one rifle was broken, apparently when il '.siclcnt took two White House Nixon came Younger's here late Wednesday for a long holiday weekend following a 14- hour flight from Moscow. Nixon look a boat ride on Ilis- cayne bay Thursday afternoon ilh his neighbor, C. (1. "Bebc" was used lo strike someone over (In1 head, .said David Biirdcuc. was list- ed iu critical condition after surgery for a riile wound lo the back of the head. Woody Hunlelle. Hit, wa.s in fair con- dition with n gunshot hip wound. Fay liunictto. 311. and four juveniles girls and boys of both families were treated for cuts, bruises and other wounds and released. II was mil immediately known how Ihe victims were relaied. Today's Index N'o arrests were made', and Ihe investigation was continu- ing. "We have to sort out what was whal before any charges arc said Kcl- lam. Comics Crossword Daily Kcconl Deaths...... Kditorial Features Farm Financial Marion Movies..... Society........ Sports..... State Television Want Ads ;