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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weather- Mostly fair lonighl, Wednesday. Lows to- night, in i d d! e 60s. Highs Wednesday, 90 to 85. VOLUME (12 Nl MliKK lltt CITY FINAL 15 CENTS CYPRUS U.N CEDAH KAI'IDS, IOWA, TUESDAY, JULY 23. 1874 ASSOCIATED PRESS, Ul'I, .NEW YORK TIMES Panel Noyy Approval Given Eying Rules For lmPeachmenf TV For Debate WASHINGTON (APi make possible color tele house and its judiciary Itce have voted to allow broad- casters to switch on equipment Broadcast technicians in- stalled cables and cameras in. WASHINGTON A P Hep. Lawrence Hogan (H- Md.l, a member of the house judiciary committee, s a i d Tuesday that in his opinion President Nixon has commit- ted impcachable offenses and thai has been gathering dust (the committee's Rayburn Office; since the opening minutes of the [Building hearing room for the1 impeachment inquiry ten weeks beginning of cvidcneiary hear- ago, ings on May 'J. Television and radio broad Four Cameras casting i.s scheduled to stari Wednesday, the exact time de- should be removed from of- fice. members when conclude committee discussions; There will be four television cameras in the committee' two scanning committee ,wo shootj of the procedures for deciding Hover their shoulders toward tht ___ i whether to impeach President! WASHINGTON (API According to the committee the evidence in and the ar-! A Committee spokesman the first 10 hours of immcnts nvidc members of theiculaled Monday lhat the adual I Programming will consist of 15- gumcnt, made, mcmbei sol the programm.ng may not stalcments b each house judiciary committee arelunti! evening, but cautioned 38 committee members. i turning to tactics and strategy this was just a guess based onj The next 20 hours will be' in preparation for their crucial decision on whether President Nixon should be impeached. At party caucuses and private meetings being held regularly. Democrats are searching for the best way to bring articles of impeachment to a vote while Republicans are planning counter-moves. Democrats found themselves divided at a caucus Monday night over whether to plunge in with a proposed article of im- peachment when debate opens Wednesday, or start with a gen- eral resolution on impeachment and leave specific articles to be proposed later. Fear Snowballing Republicans arc opposing sug- gestions that one article be voted on before another is of- fered, preferring to have all the voting at the end. They don't like the prospect of a snowball effect in case ah early article is approved. Also proving troublesome to the amount of work remaining. Rotation Plan The ABC, CBS and NBC tele- vision networks said they will televise the hearings live in a rotation plan similar to the one they adopted in early June a year ago during the senate Wa- tergate hearings. The house and committee sti- pulated that Ihe broadcasts must not be interrupted by com- mercials. Judiciary members voted to allow television lights, which j spent on amending and voting i the proposed impeachment ar- jticle. As it is now, the eommit- Struggle To Avert New Plant Blasts QUINNESEC, Mich. (UPI) Firemen worked cautiously through the night to prevent more explosions at a Gulf Oil ni- trate plant where a series of blasts Monday shattered win- dows in an eight-mile area and killed a fireman. Fearing more explosions at strongest first while othersithe facility in Michigan's upper the Democrats is the order in which they will propose articles. Some favor going with the would prefer to test the waters with a marginal one. A new dimension was added to the debate and voting proce- dures Monday when the com- mittee voted to allow live televi- sion and radio coverage of the sessions. Some Democrats fear the Republicans will resort to forcing rulings by Chairman Ro- peninsula. firemen sought to keep pockets of flame from reaching two tank cars loaded with chemicals. Four explosions, triggered by a gasoline fire in a garage, tore through the plant Monday. The manager, J. P. Jones, drove a truck loaded with explosive chemicals out of the burning garage shortly before the first dino (D-N.J.) that would give an appearance of stifling debate. blast and was praised for Initial Speeches j heroism by Gulf officials. Rodino said Monday that he'. Youth Killed was prepared to give each of! James Olson. 18. who was the 38 members 15 minutes toldriving his car to the plant after the fire broke out, was the fatal- discuss impeachment in general terms, a total of nearly 10 hours for Ihe committee's truck axle against members. That should consume j young fireman's car, killin the first two days of debate. jbut missing a passenger. tee is expected to complete ac- tion on recommendation early next week, possibly Tuesday. Voles The house voted 346-40 to allow broadcasting of commit- tee meetings. The measure was supported by 198 Democrats and 150 Republicans while 17 Demo- crats and 23 Republicans op- posed it. A few hours later the commit-, tee voted 31 io 7 to approve a resolution admitting the broad- cast media to the debates. Se- venteen Democrats and 14 Re- publicans were in favor of per- milling broadcasting. Three Democrats and four Republi- cans were against it. ABC will televise Wednes- day's impeachment debate live, CBS will cover.it Thursday and NBC Friday. Any network can air all or part of the debate live on the days it doesn't have the primary responsibility for live coverage. At Night on PBS NBC said it has no plans for live TV coverage of the .start of the public debate Wednesday, while CBS said it still is con- sidering whether it'll interrupt scheduled programming then. Thc Public Broadcasting Ser- vice said it won't air the de- Name New President bates live but videotape them for evening broadcasts. The National Public Radio Sys- tem said it'll carry the debate live from start to finish. CBS said its radio network also will carry the debate live, but will break away for its regular six- minute newscasts every hour. NBC Radio and ABC Radio said they will air the debate live when developments war- Telepholo NEW G.O.P. SPOKESMAN Sam Garrison, right, named Tuesday by house judiciary com- mittee Republicans as their chief counsel, confers with his predecessor, Albert Jenner, during a break in the panel's impeachment proceedings Monday. Jenner enraged Republicans by supporting pro-impeach- ment arguments. ity. The first explosion flung ajrant. Thc Mutual Broadcasting Sys- said it planned to carry [highlights of each day's debate Gurney Not To Run for Re-election MIAMI (AP) Senator Ed- ward Gurney indicted in connection with an influence peddling scheme, said Tuesday that he has decided not to seek re-election. "There is no sensible or sound way to conduct a statewide po- litical race and prepare for and go through a major he said in a written statement tele- phoned to Miami by his Wash- ington office. Gurney, 60, of Winter Park was indicted July 10 in Jackson- ville by a federal grand jury which accused him of conspira- cy, bribery and perjury. A member of the senate Wa- tergate committee, he has pled innocent. He said he wanted to thank j thc "host of people who have! phoned, wired and written in the! last few days urging me to cam-! paign for re-election." Some Florida Republican leaders had threatened to repu- Helicopfer Shot Down By Accident; Six Die MANILA (UPI) A U. S. navy fighter-bomber accidental- ly shot down an American heli- copter with a heat-seeking mis- sile during training exercises in thc Philippines, killing all six men aboard, a navy spokesman announced Tuesday. accident happened Mon- day about 70 miles southwest of the U. S. naval base at Subic Bay. site within minutes but reco- vered only debris. The spokesman said the jet, from the carrier participating in ATHENS (UPI) The Greek weapon delivery training exer- cise." The [armed forces announced Tues- Ranger, that "ICJ1 were toning over an air' wingipower to a civllian government. The announcement came dur- ing a recess in an emergency guided missile was launched "under normal condi- the spokesman said. "The missile did not fly the [expected track to the intended An F-4 Phantom jet fired theitargel, but rather flew into the Sidewinder air-lo-air missile at helicopter, which was seen to a "parachute flare target" but the missile instead hit a navy helicopter practicing a rescue at make a partial turn, impact into the sea and he said. Navy officials began an inves- ''A' jtigation of the cause of the ac- Two destroyers, the and the Bradley, arrived at thej After that members would bej TWO youths, Steve Peters, thejin special evening programs, recognized to propose articles ofI passenger, and Scott Sparapani. i m p c a c h m e n t and to offer j 13. who lived nearby, were hos- r Force Blamedfor Bee Deaths The spokesman said the heli- l copter was taking part in the I exercise and that "there was nothing unsafe about where it [was" until the missile failed "to fly its expected track." None of the victims was from Iowa. diate Gurney unless he with-j. drew. Economic meeting with former political leaders. They had been in ses- sion four hours when the an- nouncement came. The president's office nounced that former Premier Constantine Caramanlis would be returning from his self-im- posed exile to form a govern- ment of national unity. He has lived in Paris since the amendments to them, with each member entitled to-five minutes pitalized with minor Several injuries, were flying i other persons on each article or amendment, j treated for cuts from Rodino at one time had hoped j glass, rocks and steel, to conclude the committee's de-[ Three more blasts followed j liberations by Saturday, a 30-minute span. Shrap- mosl members now expect IheJncl whizzed through thc area, proceedings to run at least until [windows shattered in homes, next Tuesday. and business places. A St. Clair Out wheels flew l.OOt land barely missed a slate James .St. Clair, Nixon's Electricity was knocked peachmenl defense lawyer. jou( jn thc cjty Of Norway, near- added his touch of strategy fjvo nljjcs away. Fund-Raiser Success Because None Attend DETROIT (UPI) A Demo- cratic candidate for governor .hosted a political fund-raising sct "Hbuffet that was a smashing suc- vards; they OGDEN. Utah (API Bec- ikeepers in Weber county have lawyers to help in trying to recover losses suffered last week when thousands of honey ibecs died suddenly in Nixon will make Utah. address on the s wm, alcrted Thc honey producers. Thursday before a gather-; rescuc (ne Amcrican tourisls. by the county beekeeper businessmen at thc Ccntu- aiion. blame the deaths on Plaza hotcl in Los Angeles, said, when they noticed sccticide spraying last wllitc Hollsc Monday. t t-iinnm-f oi'o U'OPP j___I_._TT-II i. .....1 A rtr< i military regime took power in 1967. Athens had seethed with rumors of a coup or a change in government for two days and the U.S. asked the Greek gov- ernment to permit chartered airliners Io use Athens airport to evacuate some of the thou- sands of tourists stranded there since the Cyprus crisis erupted a week ago. r i I Thc airport was closed to bpeech Ihursdayjrcgularry-schcduled flights at a CAM A r, 1 ''IT1C WnCI1 "lel'C WiiS CVidCHCC SAN CLEMENTE (AP) -oMntensKied military and jcal activity in the Athens area. to i. SiSTciell how reluctant supporters were day bv Hiu ail. [orce base. Monday when he sent a letter toj John Doar ask-! About ICCSS. No one turned up. Jerome Cavanagh, mayor of Detroit [three Democrats Io buy tickets and interrupt a summer weekend to attend a political gathering. NBC and ABC television net-! wcfc cva., ,s and one of seeking his nomination, charged Worse, aides said, were peo- was appr0vcd by the Environ-! who bought tickets, then protection Agency and The air force has disavowed works "'i'1 broadcast thc speech: responsibility. Officials at at p.m. Iowa time. CBS) TEL AVIV (AP) Israeli! base maintain the spray used isaicl nas not decided on cover-: planes rocketed and bombed Palestinian guerilla targe's in Leased Wires United Nations troops seized the Nicosia airport on Cyprus Tuesday and were attacked by both Greek Cypriol and Turkish forces in a major violation of the one-day-old cease-fire, the U. N. announced. A government crisis in Greece added to the un- certainty of Cyprus' future. A Turkish military spokesman said in Adana, Turkey, the Tur- k i s h military operation on Cyprus continued, and the U. N. report issued in New York said Turkish forces had reached the U. N. headquarters near the air- port with a view to attacking it. Thc headquarters came under a Turkish mortar barrage around noon, it said. At about p.m. Cyprus time, it said, the Greek Cypriot national guard "began to move forward in the area and the Ca- nadians, who have already suf- fered some casualties, have been ordered to resist forced entry." Although the U. N. forces in Cyprus carry only light weapons and have general orders to fire only in self defense, Maj. Gen. U. Prem Chantf of India, the force commander, ordered his Canadian troops to resist armed entry into the U. N. compound. "Broken Badly" U. N. forcesjook over the air- port "after a jiew and serious breach of the cease-fire" in the area, headquarters reported. The airport was taken over, the spokesman said, because "this is a place where thc cease-fire was being broken very badly." With the takeover, the airport "thus becomes a U. N. interna- tional protected the spokesman said. He said this would facilitate the arrival of U. N. reinforcements. New President U. N. Secretary General Kurt W a 1 d h e i m held emergency meetings with the Turkish and Greek ambassadors. Meanwhile, the Cyprus gov- ernment announced a new president in an apparent at- tempt to come to peace terms with Turkey. The announcement said the new president would be Glafcos derides, a prominent figure in the previous regime of Pres- ident Archbishop Makarios and the man who headed the inter- talks with the Turks during the Makarios regime. Radio Cyprus said Nikos Sampson resigned as president of Cyprus. In a speech broadcast by Radio Cyprus, Sampson said derides, because of his experi- ence, is better fitted to lead the nation. Greek Junta Quits In Athens, Greece's military junta announced that it was turning over power to a civilian v. ,_. After his speech, three of Nix-isoulhern Lebanon Tuesday, thc government throwing diplomat- Stocks Score Strong Gain NEW YORK i AIM The slock market staged a broad ad- vance Tuesday. Thc 2 p.m. Dow everything available. ;nienl. have said The price for those who did! Cavanagh beamed as he harvest in what they show was [ported Ihe attendance a bonanza year. Several Jones said he spotted flames j "We've got about Sl.OOO [have placed the loss at about coming from a truck in Ihcihand." said Cavanagh's finance. First Time garage and was unable to oxtin-jdirector. "About more is said ,noy jt; The exact cause of the deaths finish them. "They just turned'coming in." lhc first time anyone had has not been determined, but into a giant ball of lire." he stand Alone [irjed the no-show idea. 'state officials have been con- sa'1'- Cavanagh and his wife stood] Cavanagh earlier dropped out'ducting tests. He warned the plant's a[ serving table at a [of the race for governor to un-. About 90 beekeepers met Mon- _ gave them away to persons who spraying was supervised by Ihc top economic advisers will military command announced, j ic cffoi.ls (o thc Cyprus turned up and ate and county health to take questions from nd and the highway wasjguests 525 _ if thcy promised! "The overhead sometimes is! beekeepers committee's to lraffic for to come. [terrible." Long said. ,thcv sland losc said in a news conference Mon- ours ..ojallt Ball" day night that Doar has now (Continued: Page 3, Col. XI ons from A spokesman said thc into confusion, thc audience, including lasted "several minutes'' and: members of thc press. 'all planes returned safely. employes to get away from restaurant, area. icrackers and cheese He then drove another truck nibblingjdergo a kidney cancer opera-.day night with newly-hired al- and sip-i lion. Hut doctors have pro- torncys. [nounced him fully recovered andJGeraid I Think Turkish Planes Sank Their Own Ship JERUSALEM I UPI I Israeli jship which as it turned out was; radio .said Tuesday that -12 Tur-h'oally a Turkish the radio i -l5'" London and Geneva dis- patches said Britain and Turkey were ready to begin formal talks on Wednesday in Ihe Swiss city but that there had teen no reply from Greece as to when it [Continued: Col. 3.) Richard Thornley and Jones fllll..11 average was up 10.95 at.' and gainerr on picture 'J been much worse except for the UULII Him II lull .11 M more than .1-1 on the New ping Stock Exchange. Toiluifs Chuckle A bore is a fellow who lighls up the room when he leaves. lhat truck said I In go from I ho Narr at Tulsa. The plant manufactured '1.000 Ions of explosives liisl year and I was dwcribod by Narr as "a rather small operation." juice while wailing In sec if anyone would appear. He was not surprised when no one showed, lie asked sup- porters Io slay away. said ;fil. a fact he underscores ;a highly visible and physical campaign. Finance Director they most likely will file suit against Hill AFM. They also said, however, that they may settle out of court, main opponent i.s Altor- iandcT Levin, who ran that their main successfully against Gov. Wil- In determine where liiim Millikcn in 1070. Attorney lies. James Wells, is also in the run- Asked how they could be con- Wally Ixing, ning. sidering a suit against the air icre nobody The winner will face when they don't know how i.s unopposed in the llepub- the bees died, they said the base Cavanagh's aides got the idea, lican primary. is Iho only reasonable cause. KISII sailors rescued oy an Israeli ship off Ihe western coast has denied that any of its ships were sunk off Crossword Cyprus may have, come officials said the Record a Turkish vessel sunk by Yam spoiled the sailors Turkish air Monday about Features The radio said the the ship Mcvo'ot Yam landed men aboard Ihe Haifa with the Tunis said the Turks told Preparations were 150 of the 250 men to return them home aboard ship survived the Turkish airliner wailing at got into Gurion airport near Tel offieiais siiirl thc radio oilier survivors ''.Mo n d a y the Turks by a .Scandinavian Ads nounced Ihcy had sunk a the area at lhc 15 .15 ...i .Hi .5 ....14 .....8 ll-lll 4 ...II 18-21   

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