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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weather- I'arlly cloudy tonight anil Wednesday, Lows tonight around 70. Warmer Wednesday with highs in low 90s. VOLUME 92-MMBF.K 1118 CITY FINAL 15 CENTS CKlJAK KAI'IDS. IOWA, Tl'KSUAY. Jl Hi. 1971 ASSOCIATED I'KESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES Escape Bid Fails, Pair Surrender WASHINGTON lAPi Two; armed convicts, driven back by; gunfire and tear gas in a dcs-j perate attempt to escape their! besieged cellblock, surrendered, to law officers Monday night.: ending a 105-hour ordeal at Ilicj U. S. district courthouse. Hours after their frantic effort; to find freedom by axing their! way into a courthouse ventila-j tion duct. Frank Gorham, and Robert Jones. 24, were: flown to the Atlanta federal pen-! ilentiary. Seized Eight Gorham and Jones had beenj inside the cellblock since Thurs-j day when they seized eight hos-l tages and tried to bargain for a: freedom flight to Africa. j They released one of the hos-j tages Friday and held the: others as bargaining pawns until the seven fled Sunday in a daring escape. Stripped and handcuffed, Gor- ham and Jones gave up 36 hours later. The final act of the drama began about 8 p.m. CDT Mon- day when they used an ax to hack their way into the air duct. For the first time since Gorham and Jones had barricaded them- selves inside the basement look- up, officers exchanged gunfire with the pair, then used tear gas to force them back into their confinement. No one was hurt. Chief Persuaded Deputy Police Chief Maurice! Cullinane, part of a force of! about 20 District of Columbia j policemen and U. S. marshals j who stormed into thc cellblock! area, said he persuaded and Gorham to surrender. j "I was just talking to thenij through the he said.; "Just rapping with them." j Cullinane said Joncr, and ham stripped and handcuffed; themselves. Then police entered; the room, searched them and; allowed them lo dress again. During the time they held the American's Plan Let Hijack Hostages Flee TOKYO i.M'i An Iwakoshi put his knife to the businessman says lie of a stewardess and took the plan by which 85 persons cs-! 1 J 'neriL'-j I In i.m-.nrliw I Osaka to Tokyo. He demanded caped from a hijacked Japanese i ,hc rele.iso J Air Lines jimiit ai Nagoyd, 170 and transport to -North miles southwest of Tokyo here, i Korea. After several hours at By United Press International Some labor disputes were set- seized the hijacker a'tllc Tokyo airport, the plane Turkey called on Britain tied Monday but about GOO consll.ucl'iorr took off for Osaka but landed at lo Jum it m intervening strikes involving a passengers' lo run in Cyprus and said it would go it million workers continued to illlu ulc of fuel. hamper private industry and and four of the eight crewj who questioned the Bruam infused to help, government across the U. S. members got safely off thejjackcr said he had no connec- President Archbishop Makarios, U was the most strikes the Monday. The w''n 'c'fl'sl goal's but had ousted by a Greek-led coup Monday, was reported rallying them he.nis ]oyal (roops against r_ danger after the doctors sewed tho insul'gents and 'wavy fight- sought, but thought he could getting was reported, n i c i p a 1 Employes''leadership; Milton Richmond, 48, of Chi-ja job in North Korea if he took; British Foreign Minister It was the most strikes the Monday. The "an lemsi groups out lion has had in the himsejf in ,hc ncck andia record of five arrests war II era according to thei 'minor crimes. He told them chest but was reported out of'ji-i..., shinmi Federa Mediation Service. .fliantKnow IdKaya bniomi, alion of State, County and MU.; him up with 26 stitches. gave its sanction lo a one of two American wit'1 h'm- workers strike that began aboard, said he per-! than two weeks ago. i suaded the stewardesses to open Union leaders said they reai' emergency exits while 'pet-ted half the state's hijacker, 26-year-old Akiraj 'employes to honor their picketilwakoshi, was in the cockpit lines at state universities, 'o Nagoya airport of- i James Callaghan told parlia- jmcnt Tuesday that Makarios is alive and has been given per- Unission to enter Britain's sovcr- jeign base areas on Cyprus. j Urgent Session The U. N. Security Council I was called into urgent session at '2 p.m. CDT at the request of i Secretary General Waldheim [who plans to inform the council a'of the situation in Cyprus, a Moforcyding Aide Ronald Ziegler, presidential press secretary, adjusts his tennis rackets on the motorcycle he is using for transpo rvation while with President Nixon in California. Ziegler commutes the 18 m iles from his Laguna Beach hotel to the Western White House compound in S an Clemente on the rented two- wheeler. lincs at state universities, go1. ci-nmcnt offices and other facili-tflcials by ;tics. Hijacker Screaming i Thc wage dispute began July; ..Ti.. Pantajn ,avinp ifi hut until Tuesday was was serfous Nowlm, who was to fined to about workers at the trial next Monday on dozen slate prisons and mentaljjacker screamed hysterically in cnarge of murdering said, hospitals. !tne background. We could alljScrvey, has been granted a! Waldheim sent an appeal to change of venue from Prime ministers of Greece to Story county and W "to exercise max- imum restraint and to avoid ac- tnal has been rescheduled tojtion which might givc rise to Aug. 5. j further violence." Waldheim rural Key-'said U. N. officials had spoken if two Makarios. The British government said ____ ._....0... night that Makarios one in Linn county and the left Cyprus for an undis- in Jones county. The change of venue granted Tuesday by Judge Rob- "We have gone on record i( let this state know that we in-! A joint legislative committee reluctant. In fact, they iwas to meet Tuesday lo consid-! wanl thcm at jer a 25-cent-per-hour increase jal1' Bul we had klds aboai'd- i for public cmploves earning less! "The stewardesses in Marrh 1n Ithan a'vear aboutiopencd a door and then got Tuesday '69 000 v-orkcrs wo lioH ot two Leaar Kapids The 31-year-old Stone man is one The blankets which we tied havG demanded a 31-ccnt boosl. Mine Union Threat WASHINGTON (AP) A United Mine Workers spokes- man said. Tuesday that the together and let them down to the ground. A policeman hung i onto it and Bob Allen my, buddy and I pulled him in.' 'We were the only big guys there." Then the passengers and closed destination and there was was he was flying to New union may call a nationwide j cabin crew slid down the emer- work stoppage next week to gency chute and walked ankle protest state police escorts for non-strikers in an organizing j strike in Harlan county, Ky. 1 Richmond to his deep in mud across the field. "It feels fine, doesn't said companion, Robert Allen, 48. of Glendale, J Calif. The two men are with an ert Osmundson on a defense j motion that alleged excitement and prejudice in Linn county would keep Nowlin from obtain- ing a fair trial. Nowlin's attorneys asked that York to attend the U.N. meeting. A Turkish note to Britain sent after an all night cabinet ses- sion asked Britain to USE its troops stationed in Cyprus for joint Turkish-British interven- tion "to counteract the threat to Cyprus' a gov- National Airlines jets rested I Amcrican smelting company. jin their hangars again Tuesday, stflrm I as International Assn. of Ma-: WASHINGTON lAP) Chair-' Rodino's announcement pro-j also complete Tuesday the aues-ichinists members picketed at a! Meanwhile, 11 plam-i fro'm Miamj tojclothesmen stormed into the1 tne omce- the trial be set in a metropoli-jorament spokcsman said jn Is- tan county, so thc jurors be similar to those in Linn' county. The judge noted that some counties he had consid- ered did not have jails with se- icurity considered adequate by man Rodino (D-N.J.) said sharp protests from Rc-l''on'nB of Herbert airports Unilateral Action The note said Turkey would take unilateral action if Britain did not act within 24 hours, UPI 'j publican members, who said posed articles would be given to! Rop, .was told by special counsel day proposed articles of six men and a w'oman as hos- hmen( b tages, Gorham and Jones jlldicial.v commit..they had expected a balanced manded to be flown to freedom j tec on staff presentation, with ar-j m Algeria. I .igumcnts against impeachment Gorham. a convicted bank, Kodmo said aiguments robber and one-time Vietnam suPPort of lhc mm' paratrooper, and Jones, a veter- an years good condition by a police phy sician, Dr. Victor Esch. Gorham had faced up to 731 Nixon's former personal lawyer J Los Angeles. JCUCUIUUULI diiu a i (0 (1 an of a previous jail revolt committee by .Us impeach- ds la j-cars ago, were reported mquiry staff in two closed .nod condition bv a police phy- bnehngs on Ihursday and thc last witness (o be called. Bolsters Nixon Colson. who had been expect- ed by William Spurlock, chief tiator for the union, said: "The! i plane and overpowered the hi- More Quit Nixon's lived up lo that expectation. tlial only supportingjniembcrs reported. r. Kennecott copper Japanese Regime reached a tentative agreement i J with a coalition of 26 unions; TOKYO (UPI) Two key representing workers. i c a b i n e t members resigned break I thc briefings. would be presented "He really came down strong j Tnc strike that began Sunday! Tuesday, threatening to nas. ifor the President on every- a v, t at Phdnsiuo Prime Minister TE years in prison least 30 vears. and Jones at: He G.O.P. Protests said the McClory said the said Rep. Fish (R-N.Y.) have instructed their deputy mi-j Rep. Lott (R-Miss.) said "his committee willjnority counsel. Sam Garrison, was all favorable lo continued at Phelpsiup Prime Minister Tanaka's American Smelting two-year-old govcrn- Correspondent John Lawton re- Judge Osmundson denied ted horn Istanbul defense motion that an order foreign office said issued authorizing depositions i ll no knowledge of such a (sworn statements in response "o'e- British political sources sald unthuikable thai Bri- to questions and recorded by an f 'am woul m official court reporter) from all state witnesses, to be paid for atj state expense. j governmcms including The judge said defense u. s. increased their diplo- Henley Gets 6 99-Year Terms SAN ANTONIO (AP) Elmer Wayne Henley. 18, was sen- tenced to six prison terms of 99 years each Tuesday for his part in the Houston sex-torture mass murders. A jury convicted Henley Mon- day of six of thc 27 murders (Pholo on piclure page) and then deliberated 55 minutes i start deliberating on thc up counter-arguments. Itlie President. It was what you'd j next Monday and should be able! The committee continued its j expect him to say and most of it jlo make its recommendation onlcxaminalion of former was public knowledge.'' Co.. Magma Copper independents in ment. night Dodge, Refining Co. and Arizona. In Baltimore, about stepped down, raising to mal manner. state attorneys should get to- gether and arrange for less for- mal interviews with witnesses as a basis for the defense to de- Finance Minister Takeo Fuku- tcrmine which witnesses should Ida and Stale Minister Shigcru be questioned in the more for- impeachment by 26. Friday, July House aide Charles Colson Tues-l Colson told reporters after his day and Rodino said it Monday that he is ------------------------------------------i convinced President Nixon did I no! know in advance about the zoo Committee's Data on i Abuse of IRS Gazelle Leased Wires (confidential IRS information WASHINGTON The house I from Vcrnon Acrcc. thc apsis- judiciary committee Tuesday jlan[ commissioner for inspec-! striking keepers, oilier blue-collar city last week's parliamentary garbage men, park laborers matic efforts to avert t h c- growing danger of war between Greece and Turkey which fears for thc safety of the Turkish mi- nority on the island. Both na- tions put their armed forces on high alert, and Turkey drew up three the number of resigna- Nowlin's alleged accomplice, j ,ans for possibic military inter- and lions from Tanaka's cabinet Atwell Conner. 29, of near Ber- tram, has been convicted in! But some committee! returned to work after a two- year contract was approved io a 15-day walkout. The 600 Baltimore police elections. Deputy Prime Minister Takeo Miki resigned last Friday, marking the first public crack members interpreted his tesli- unjon members who walked off Jin the Liberal Democratic party their beats Thursday voted lo cabinet. He said he was opposed released evidence that White House sought lo create tion for IKS. Tuesday before returning its problems for Democrats! Illegal Leak cision on sentence. land favorable tax treatment for An affidavit "iven Ihe co-n-; Henley's attorney said fricnds. !mitlee by Randolph Thrower, a' convictions will be appealed. ,n nccording ,0 IRS director, on May 2-1.j 110-page report, it looked into 1971. disclosed that Thrower had! Under Texas law. Henley could apply for parole in eight years and four months. Multipl the confidential lax status of as- asked scnlcMices of more than (ifl years! each arc considered one sen- lencc for parole purposes. sorted "politically active" movie stars and oilier individu- Acrcc in 1978 "to inves-l thc possibility of an un-j lawful disclosure of confidential lax information" lo columnist' Today's Index Comics Crossword Daily Record Deaths Kdilorial Features Kiirin (''iiiiincial Marion Movies Society Sports Stale Television Wiint Ads The report which drew no Jack Anderson, final conclusions was the lat- The investigation csl installment to be released by thc judiciary committee of evi- dence gathered in Us closed- door impeachment inquiry. involved contributions to the 1968 presi- d e n t i a I campaign of Cicorge Wallace and allegations Read "Six Crises" 14 Times, Says WASHINGTON lUI'li Charles Colson told Ihe house judiciary committee Monday that when a crisis occurred al Ihe White House, Presideni Nixon told his stall' In read his book "Six a commit- lee member said. "Colson said he reai Rep said. i indicating advance knowledge of the. hreakin. Others expressed accept a new contract. to Tanaka's political posture. The U. S. Sixth fleet was in area but not on any special alert. Urgent Appeals Nicosia radio, in the hands of been Jones county of murdering Maureen Connolly. Both men were charged wi murdering both victims, bing Scrvey and raping Miss Connolly. Only the one trial army-led insurgents since been held. [the coup Monday, broadcast ur- !gcnl appeals for all doctors. I nurses and ambulance drivers to report for duty in thc capital. The radio also broadcast a U. S. embassy appeal for all Amcri- cans to stay indoors, Thc radio said the rebels held j of the island, and that. Steve Helle jtimale thai the industries will! The city is not required to 0[ Greek-led national Thc percentages arc confiisingidischargc 67 percent of the lotaljback any of Ihe grant. arrested Panlalayikos i but one thing is clear: Six localjsewagc. j commander of the' tac- industries that haven t been' [paying their share of waste- twater disposal will shoulder the Wastewater Disposal Fees More Than Double for 6 C.R, ion's share of building the! lant beginning in Therefore over a ton-year period the six industries com- bined will he hilled a whopping yearly for construc- tion, operation, maintenance and use of the new plant The announcement was made, (hcv a Monday meeting of Ihe city! jn jj-.j council anil IS representatives from the following industries: .18 ....18 ....Hi 8 .1II-I5 .10 rressurc The volume also included cx-i hV sion testimony before'1" linn-iNixcm s fornu-r a special assislanl to Ihe PresHadyiser. lhat Colson as saying ho had Inc.; Corn Sweeteners; Quaker new sewage is estimated ecutive ses.s the scnale Watergate hail ap- White House counsel, said President had asked it i the IHSl be lurned olf on friends of his." The evidence also disclosed that John Caullicld, a former treasury dcparlmcnl and White House aide, regularly ohlained dcnl. who assured him it hail proved "the lOllsbcrg opera- disposal to cost to build. Seventy-five !percent of Ihe project will be nanccd through a federal En- According to 1073 figures, Protection Agency Escrow Account tical reserve force created bv A portion of thc money the in- his 1.2111] dustrics must pay hack goes tnimcmbcrs of thc force, (he city to be put in an escrow! Rcbc, forcc, bal. account for funding future ,hc arollnri tlK provcments on the plant. jtown of I'aphos Makarios' Hardest hit among the and the area lo appears lo be Penick and Kord.jwhich he fled Monday, military which will be charged in Athens reported, limes more than it was charged other fighting broke on! around Limassol, Cypru.V scc- proposcd total yearlyjond largest city, for each industry com-i The British forces radio on The charge whirh Ihey inlerpiTlcd to com mean Ihe hreakin of tin1 due- plants have only been'paying 28 (Kl'A> pared to its 1973 bill respeclive- is: Penick and Ford. Hut Ihe industries inusl fi- Wilson, (gave the Wallace mule-rial lo However, Colson, inleryiewed Page Col. 7 K'oiiliiiiied: Page .'I, Col. 7.1 .lischarging a lillle more Mian 60 nance 67 percent of the city's percent of the sewage. Lshare of thc project as well as Fi-dcral Law back thc same percentage federal law, however, of Ihe federal grant. Mayor Donald Canney described I lie grant as an "inU lo Ihe induslrics. pay for what they discharge. 1'roji'clnl figures for es- 182; Quaker Oats, Cargill, 513, General Mills 311, Corn Sweeteners, Operation of a new facility (Continued: Pagc.1, Col. 6.) Cyprus said thc rebels had failed to capture Limassol and Famagusla on thc coast. Todmj's Chucklv The hilling clerk told her psychiatrist lhat she kept hearing invoices. co.i.rioM   

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