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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather- Chance of rain tonight and Saturday. Cows tonight uppt»r fills. Highs Saturday 85 to 9(1. rn CITY FINAL 15 CENTS VOLUME 92-NUMBER 191 CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, FRIDAY. JULY 19, 1974 ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMESPOLICE PROBE MOVE STAYED Franco in Transfer Of Power MADRID (UPI) - Ailing Chief of State Francisco Franco Friday temporarily handed over his powers to his designated: successor, Prince Juan Carlos.' t/ie government-controlled Spanish radio network announced. Juan Carlos, 36. will be acting1 chief of state as long as the 81-! year-old Franco is in ill health, the broadcast said. Franco, recovering from a circulatory ailment in a Madrid hospital, suffered a sudden worsening of his condition Friday, his doctors said. Under Constitution . The temporary transfer of power was made under Article ll of the constitution, which says,: “During the absence of the head of state from the national! territory, or in case of ill health, j his functions shall be assumed by the prince of Spain . . . The president of the government (premier) shall give an account to parliament.” Temporary assumption o f power does not mean Juan Carlos, heir to the vacant Spanish throne, already becomes king. He does so only in the event Franco retires, dies or is incapacitated. Franco's doctors said his con-; dition suffered a “deterioration because of gastric complications” Fridav. 112 injured In Railroad Yard Blast Turkish Fleet Puts to Sea Near Cyprus Defendants Claim Jury Not Proper Cedar Rapids Newt— Iowa supreme court Chief a burn about in center 70 miles —AP Wireciioto KEY MEN — James St. Clair, left, President Nixon's lawyer, chats with John Doar, chief counsel to the house judiciary committee which is investigating the possibility of impeachment. President Should Be Impeached, Doar Says Gazette I,rased Wires A Turkish fleet put to sea .Friday from the southern Turkish port of Mersin, 80 miles from Cyprus, United Press In-DECATUR, 111 (AP) An ex-1ternational reported. plosion and fire ripped through    Asked about the ship move- a section of a large railroad    mcnts, a government spokes-    dusdce    C    Edwin Moore f riday yard Friday, injuring more than    man said, “We are still seeking    stayed    all    further criminal pro- 100 people and forcing evacua-    f dip,omati0solution but we are    ceedings in the indictments re turn of a nine-square-mile area 3 ,n^,a,, necessary mea-1 ^ u r n e d against five Cedar .non oi a nine square mile ai ca. (sures.” He would nQt c]a5orate j Hospitals reported treating 112 Turkish batl)e f|eets als Rapids detectives and one persons, including 15    who    were sailed in the    Cyprus crises 0f    <former (,etectlvc- admitted.    Three    victims    were! 1964 and 1967.    but llth-hour dip-    Attorneys William    0. Dray Comatic efforts then prevented    and Keith Stapleton,    represent- war between    Greece and Tur-    ing Asst. Chief Wallace Johnson Rev    ■    • and Safety Commissioner UPI said the destination of the; Jamcs Steinbeck; James Hayes, fleet, which it said contained'    .. r, ,    .. packed landing craft and a!presenting Robert Man-large cruise ship being used as chester; R.M. fassler, reprc-a troop transport, was unknown, renting Darwin Ammeter, and New Urgency    Robert Nelson, representing Nevertheless, the report of its ; Kenne‘h Mi"Sap' Mked the burning more than four hours departure lent new urgency to!cb*0^ justice for a writ of cer-later as firemen tried to keep diplomatic efforts in Athens,! tiorari a petition asking the high-it from spreading to still more NATO headquarters, the United er court to review the case, cars, including some which offi- Nations and many world caph chief Justice Moore granted cials said contained dynamite tabs to cool the situation.    tbe requcst and set a hearing and chemicals.    President Nixon .summoned for 9 a.m. Wednesday and Homes Damaged    Secretary of State Kissinger to stayed all further criminal pro- San Clemente to discuss the feedings in the matter. Cyprus issue. Joseph Sisco, U. rpbe attorneys asked that all south of Chlcago.Several homes Middlf^m'aff^s "raced'to ordcrs of the resP°"denls' were reported danced -    dad«« August F. Honsell, jr., high school gymnasium under. ,cadefs of the GreeR mi). construction collapsed.    junta which rules Greece.    i(hdr j„rjsdjctjon and that the The explosion derailed about Kissinger will meet Monday indictments against the six men taken to Springfield, away. The explosion, of undetermined cause, occurred at 5:03 a m. in a string of liquid propane tank cats, setting off the blaze. The fire spread and was still Decatur is a city of about 100.000 residents about 200 miles and William R. Eads, be declared illegal and in excess of J10! fa7h/^nrfnilterS LZrn Iin Washington with Archbishop I be declared void. mg in the. Norfolk.andI    Wes e    Makarios .the    deposed    president'    They    claim that    the    grand WASHINGTON (AP) — John    “That is    my    judgment as a tion    and he was quoted as say- termined by the articles of im- rta“way y*ra ^ompe mat    o{    Cyprus,    the    state    department!jury    was    not properly    im- Doar, special counsel for the legal matter, yes.” Doar told ing “men as creators of a gov- peachment that are proposed.    !??„ hi nUninTlt    Iannounced Frida^    jpaoekd    in    that    one    belion ille- 10 Days Ago    house judiciary committee’s im- reporters when asked if he be- ernment have to work and slave In bjg Rna| defense argument 1 *eeping ie ^ere in°the Tbe appointment was ar- gally overlapped into another A government official said peachment inquiry, said Friday    lieved the evidence justified    im- to protect that government .    . .    committee Thursday ibSildineit    ttetime of    the blast    ranged throu«h the cyPriot    em‘ Franco had suffered a stomach!he believes President Nixon    peachment.    As lawyers and congressmen    we!betore    the    0011101,1,60 lhursday’|Du,ld,ng at    inel,me 01    ine    bassy and was requested    by hemorrhage and his condition should be impeached.    Hoar    met    with    reporters    after!have all taken an oath to uphold;Jam«s St. Clair, Nixon’s attor- “I thought it was an ^this “not good.”    Committee    members    said    that    presenting proposed articles ofjthe Constitution and the govern- ney, asserted there was no evi- quake, said Audrey Hudson, ^_________ _______ Franco was hospitalized IO Doar and minority counsel Al- j impeachment to a closed-door j mont and see that it is protected !dence    of    presidential involve- Mho |ives    about a rnH* and a*j said at a news briefing days ago suffering from phlebi-1 bert Jenner accused Nixon of    meeting of the committee.    jand preserved.    Intent in Watergate or any other;.;3 ,, Jhid" tis.    a    potentially    dangerous    in-j wide-ranging abuse    of    power,    Most c.ommjUee members! Jenner added, according to    -    .....jucniy khocmq roe oui    of Den. flammation    of    the    blood    veins in! including obstruction    of    justice.    sajd Doar    djd    not .specifically|the    committee member, “The term. Attorney General Richard C. Makarios, state department! Turner said he had “just this inspokesman Robert Anderson!stant received a copy of the order for a hearing and the petition for a writ of certiorari. Makarios, Security Council was in New York to plead with the U. N. Security Council Friday afternoon to reverse the military coup that on matters the committee has in- A Nationa, TransportaUoil his right thigh.    iin presenting a series of pro- recommend to the committee I issue now is whether that con- vestl8ated-    Safety    Board    spokesman    said Until Fridav his team of six posed articles of impeachment that Nixon be impeached    stitution or that country are St. Clair sought to buttress his;the blast occurred as a switch- specialists reported steady im to the committee.    «.Kwmo„, Crime” going t0 be Preserved”    argument    by    producing    a    par-    mg    operation was under_ way. |    Ui    mtnmtnl provement. They said Thursday Rep. Danielson i D-Calif.), list-    -    “Prosecutor”    transcript    of    a    March    22    sa,d* however, he did not jy|ondav> that he would leave the clinic in ed the following five categories But one member, who asked _    _       ..1973,    conversation    between    *now    wbat    triggered    it. All Twisted” school official _    _______ regime that overthrew Ma- “I have not had an opportunity to read it or to talk with Asst. Atty. General Garry Woodward, who prosecuted the matter before the Linn county grand jury, so I could not comment at this time.” a few days, following a final that could develop into specific not to be named, said Doar told Rep. Sandman (R-N.J.), told jsjjxon and bjs former chief of checkup. *    articles of impeachment when the committee that Nixon is reporters Doar “became a pros- staff H R Haldeman, that he Premier Carlos Arias, sche- the committee begins debate duled to preside over a IO a m. next week: cabinet meeting Friday, went to Abuse of power the hospital instead to see Fran- ]y executed.    “The general thrust of Mr co for two hours.    The> watergate    coverup — a Doar’s statement certainly was,. He went back to the cabinet ■ category that includes such that he would recommend im- ls not definitive, meeting shortly after noon but items as ejectronic surveillance peachment on one or more of “T t,nn h The U. S. Friday demanded a .Security Council hearing for a guilty of -an enormous crime in' ecutor today - there is no ques-1 “y" ,howed'''NTxon '' h'ad' no    ISSI the conduct of his office.”    tlon about that — in presenting; knowledge of a $75 OOO payment ^ y damage to a $1.6-miUion • j , areas for articles of impeach- ,    V    I . Ko Edition to Lakeview high I karios. Rep. Mavne (R-Iowai said.:dItdS    to Watergate burglar E. How-1 .    ,    .. •*Thn opnprai thrust of Mr Iment. Sandman said he intend- arH Hlint tha, ,    .. isthool PhUlip Tmch, director; counci reported representative of the military) Suspensions President Javier Appealed by i lie iii ic I ic*'*;    Hunt find! thrit hp dis3D»- *    *    *    I    -___  ,    _    __________ ___. ed to object lo any article that provcd of pavinR Hunt "black.    fZJS    Pcrez    de    Cuellar    of    Peru    said 4 Officers «»    catur,    said    the    ncarlj“finished j MakaHnc umniH cnpair ac fhp    I    "    F    v^dTf    w relumed lo the hospital an hour an(J    operalions Itefusal to comply with Grandson of i fonso committee’s subpoenas. Juan Carlos was named sue think you have to have spe- the articles they are consider-;cific counts that are tantamountjtbe ^ commjttee has sub-| the *n6    |°    a    Sandman    said.    and    Nixon    has refused Rep. Mezvinsky (D-Iowa) said ., ou 0 t0. Prove eac^ one to provide, and St. Clair’s use of  1 -    You    cannot    impeach    a    prcs-    a    portion    0f    it    in    Nixon's    de- catur, said the nearly-finished (Makarios would speak as the TWvpr lhpianp^nnpnf|gymnasium toppled “and the “president of Cyprus.” And it However, (he (ape was one of s(eel girders were all twisted. 1 The Decatur national guard unit with about 75 men was summoned to duty. Officials retail Four of the five Cedar Rapids was appal ent that the Soy let    indicted by the grand Union and most ol the other 14 jury bave fjjed appeals of their members of the council were!,cncmnc fmm the Abuse of power .....Doar offered a “strong presen-1.Iuu td,l,,ul     ^    w    ,    nnnimnnr.. . ,nu(n(nii;n cessor to Franco on July taxes.    tation” that offered a “clear n * ,n ^ judgment, on cir- fense outraged most Democrats. .    .    ,    .    .    _. 196®.    Nixon    has    said    that    he    first    (and convincing case against the cumstant,al evidence.    No    Limits    anHCViaro»r    ^ He is a grandson of Alfonso jearned 0f jhe Watergate cover- President.”    ReP-    Barbara    Jordan (D-^    I    ,    ,    ,    ® XIII. Spain’s last king: He is; up on March 21, 1973.    _____Tex.) said: “Doar made just a _ In a related development on I stores uose early. married to Princess Sofia of    ,    ,    Endorsed    by    Jenner superb presentation. I felt he Thursday, the committee re-    ,—0 -.....-_______ Greece, a sister of ex-King Con-    Cover-lp    Control    Qne j)emocrat who declined felt what he was saying quite leased evidence on domestic! Bonn 6nd Cz6chs *ow‘nB tbe appearance of “per-Ujje(j Thursday stantine. They have three chil- One committee member, who to be identified said Jenner, deeply. There was no acrimony |surveillance collected during its    sons whom it considers compe- men were suspended July dren—a boy and two girls. asked not to be named, said ‘‘endorsed every word he and no pointing of the finger - six-month-long inquiry.    Confirm    Treaty    tent ... to supply it with infor-9 by Pollce Chief Wallace N. Juan Carlos is popular among Doar accused Nixon of being in (Doar) said, every thought.” just presenting the higher call Nothing in the more than 2,000    mation.’    LaPeters    after    being    charged Spain's younger generation. He control of the cover-up from Jcnner's speech to the com- that his committee has.”    pages of evidence shows clearly “DNN (AI,)— West Germany    Removing    Officers    with various counts of perjury, often refers to it “as the new that date to the present, if not mittee was one which empha-j sam Garrison, assistant!that Nixon approved specific    ;    ridayJ?®y.e       „nprl^    nttt    ^    obstruction    of    justice    and    con suspensions from the police not going to accord legitimacy, force with lhe !oca, civj, servjcc to anyone from the Greek-led commjssjon forces that deposed Makarios. Wallace F. Johnson, Darwin However. Perez said the new Ammeter and Donald Rosdail governments man might be fj|ed their appeals Friday morn- heard under a council rule al l ing whi|e Kenneth Millsap'* was blood to keep Spain going.” The Spanish civil war took Franco to power in 1939 before. final confirmation to a treaty; Johnson was not Recover Stolen Wyeth Paintings MASHPEE. Mass. (UPII -Stolen paintings by Andrew Living Cost for June Shows 1 Percent Rise sized protection of the Constitu-jG.O.P. counsel, said he would'legal acts by his assistants. ,    .    f-rvnriA, naHnnai onani ™m. a h ‘ * - v * •    — present arguments on the other But the record shows thai the ,93g Munjch ac, "’S    '    cr    5    mandc<i    bv    m    Greek    officers F^resicvnt set no limit on what The June increase in con- committee predicted on Thurs day that both the committee and the house will approve at least one article, leading to a Failure to take care that the laws of the country are faithful-t en ate trial to determine June as sharply higher prices    annual rate of 12    percent. For    whether    Nixon    should be re- for a wide range of consumer    the three months ending in    moved    from    office, goods and services kept infla-    June, the rise was    at an adjust- tion soaring, the government re-    cd annual rate of    10.9 percent, s p i r a c y . charged with —    -    ...    . ,, ..    |    Robert    Manchester was also , _    ...    .    #    t.    ..    ..    .    M    I    The    treaty    made    possible    es-Greece told its NATO allies it; d d fnr arrcsted on A Republican member of the his aides should do tohalf news-1 tablishrnent „r diplomatic refs-'would withdraw those officers I susPcnd«<1 side next week. (Continued: Page 3. Col. 3.) tions. WASHINGTON (AP) - The Wyeth and his late father, va-)cost of living rose I percent in sumer prices works out to an lued at $165,000. were recovered Thursday in this Cape Cod community and three men were arrested. The paintings were stolen the weekend of May 25-28 from the Frederick Woolworth estate in Monmouth. Maine. Doctor, IOO, Gives Up His Practice at Last Today s Index ported Friday. The consumer price index rise the previous quarter was led by higher prices for new and used cars, medical care, mortgage interest costs, household durables and fresh fruits. Rep. Only 5 Against McCrory (IMH.), told compared with 14.9 percent in)newsmen that three or four committee Republicans are like- Consumer prices last month !y t° vo*e f°r impeachment and rose to a level 11.1 percent Jhat it could be much higher..He higher than a year ago, with the)only five of I/ Republican government index at 147.1. 1’his members could tie counted as Comics ______________ IX Crossword ........ 18 Daily Record ........3 Deaths 3 Editorial Features 6 Farm .............. ll Financial ............ ...... 19 Marion ......... 5 Movies .. ........... ____12,13 Society ........... 8.9 Sports...... I State i Television ........ It) W ant Ads 21-25 meant it cost $147 10 to pur- definitely opposed to impeach Food prices rose a seasonally- chase a variety of consumer men! at this time. Ijusted 0.3 percent, .slightly; goods and services that cost ore than usual for June but $100 in 1967. much more moderately than in any other month this year with the exception of April, when food prices fell 0 4 percent. Least iii Two Years Sixth in How At a meeting called by the house Republican leadership to determine where the committee Republicans stand, McCrory | SPRINGFIELD. 111. (AP) -Dr. Tolbert Hill has treated his last patient and let his medical license expire He's IOO Hill tried to end his practice in 1955, the year his wife died. But, since no other doctor practices in Athens, a central Illinois community of 1,000. he continued to see some patients until this year. “You’re not going to get a young doctor who wants to practice in a crossroads like Non-food items rose an adjust- \Va.s one of five members who this any more.” Hill said in an od 1.3 percent, the sixth consec- either said thev were undecided ut ive month of rapid rise. The spurt of inflation took food index another bite out of the purchas- average pro- The rise in the slowed from a 19 4 percent an-j ing power of the j nual rate in the first quarter to duction worker. 3.1 percent in the April-June or declined to give their views. Final Defense Real spendable ke-home pay adjusted The others were Reps. Butler of Virginia, Cohen of Maine, earnings, or Fish of New York and Rails* for back of Illinois. Some others in- increa.se in two years. taxes and inflation, fell 0.3 per- dicated their position will bede interview. “Your young doctor today is likely the son of another doc tor, who’s come from a home where he’s had all the comforts of life, and it would be quite a comedown for him here.” Hill’s father, who was a doc tor, moved to Illinois from Tennessee and got to know Abraham Lincoln. “But I didn't have the privileges of my son and my grandson,” Hill said His son practices in San Jose, Calif., and his grandson is a physician in Seattle. Hill moved to Athens in 1898 Although he neither smokes nor drinks, he attributes his health and long life to his family heritage. “You're nothing without that,” he says. He said he has delivered approximately 2.5(H) babies in his 76-year career. He says he’s enjoying his retirement. But he mused, “Old age is no fun. You lose your hearing and can’t appreciate the rustle of a silk skirt any more ” u * rr ,    «, .* •    ,    , the same three charges, but he but Turkey said this was only a . ,    ,    .    .    e„Bnaneinn .    .    ...    ,    .    had not appealed the suspension ruse to perpetuate Athens rule . ,,    K„c n    I    • *    * in    mm    rp    a* of I* riday afternoon.    He has over Cyprus and    its 110,000    Tur-    _A .    .    * i u n    .    ,    20 days from the date of    suspen- kish Cypriots — a fourth of the .    3 ...    .    . .    sion to file the appeal. £r*u    m    After    the appeal is made; La- With the crisis growing, the _ .    ,    ,    .    ,    * ,, c    j    ■*    Peters has five days to specify U S navy announced it wa    o(    their    suspensions, postponing return of lhe cams' h d a(ter ,he causP USS America rom lhe Medilcr-i    ifjed    ,he    dv„ rancan    and    Ital    Ms    replace-    vif|t CT)nJjssion must    set a men    I *' L- j C?h MeAi hearing on the appeal. was sa.hng friday for IheMed-    Th(.V.ari„g    must be set to terrain as planned. The car-    «    less lhan five rier USS horrestal us already f days nor more than 20 with the 6th fleet in the Mediter- raoean-. *    *    Rail    Line Blasted Britain also has the an craft carrier Hermes in the area with BEIRA, Mozambique (API a commando force aboard, in Guerrilas blasted the Beira-Te e the past week the Soviet Medi railroad lme apart in 74 places terranean fleet has been report-11‘riday’ crealin8    condi- ed in the general area of; Aiolis on the route that carries Cyprus. There has been no re- vda^ supplies t(> port of Greek naval activity but ^asea dam Pr0Jct l both the Greek and Turkish    4 I armed forct*s were reported in a lintutl's Chuckle One unlucky loser at the j state of high alert with armies deployed along their borders Turkish Fleet Word of the .sailing of the Turkish battle fleet of warships) ished fifth in the race and and troop landing barges came eighth on the instant replay (Continued: Page 3, Col. 6.) horse races said he bet on a horse that was so slow it fin- Copyri»M MS ;

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