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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weather- e 111 shuUCI S illlll thunderstorms ihruuKh Suiuluy. Ijtw tonight 55 60. High .Sunday in VUs. CF.DAK HAP1DS. IOWA. SA'I'I'KDAV. .II'I.V 27. 1974 NIXONITES ABAN CITY FINAL 15 CENTS ASSOCIATED I'KtSS. L'i'l, YORK TIMKS TACTIC Voice w Al Of Cyprus1 AH GO Down Settlement UNTSVI1J.K. Texas i L'Pl i Convict Fred Gomez Carras- co Saturday repeated threats lo execute II persons he has held n.v The Assiifhilpd 1'ross hostage for three days saying A Turkish peace plan was -jf i wp go down- under consideration Saturday at Carrasco, making a desperate the Cyprus peace talks in Gene-1 bid for escape from Ihe Texas va. and Turkey was reported Stale penitentiary, warned pris- slowing its buildup of armed on officials not to underestimate forces on Ihe Mediterranean is- Iney can lake the responsi- 111 ibility. They're underestimating Military sources in Cyprus me and by doing so they are .slid Turkish armed forces therejP11'1'11" lives in jeopardy. had reached more than 25.000'" lhey. do Provoke nle- men and 200 tanks, but U.N. of- ficials said a Turkish troop ad- vance that had violated Mon- Krida-v n'Shl Carrasco. armed; day's cease-fire had stopped. opened 1'ire, hit-! :tmg no one, in a display of] s rangeri and rejected an offer of from the prison 'know what caused he said. Opens Fire In Ankara, informed sources ri said Turkey is winding down i transportation fr its Cyprus operation. W. J. Estelle. The des- and maintenance shipments will jperado insisted he will dictate: continue, the sources said, hull his own terms for escape. reinforcement has been com-; "Carrasco has made Ihisj [clear to us he will leave the'i Premier Bulent Ecevit met! way he wants to at the time Saturday with the Greek ambas-l he wants a prison spokes- sador to Turkey, Dimitri Cos- 1 man said. madopoulos, and said afterward i During Friday night negotia-i Ihe meeting was "friendly." tions, Carrasco" seven pot! Turkish Airlines resumed regu- shots in the prison library lar domestic service. I where he has held his hostages, Before Sunday wno inc'ucle seven women since i j Wednesday. In Geneva, Greek Foreign! Minister George Mavros said! after meeting privately Satur-; Carrasco. who successfully j day with Turkish Foreign Min- bargained with prison officials j ister Turan dimes that a "final for bullet-proof vests and wal-j agreement" might be reached! kie-talkies, said he opened firei before Sunday. 'because he felt the quality of1 Turkey's semi-official Anato-jthe items delivered was inferi-i lia news agency reported Geneva that an agreement was! "He felt he was being short- expected to be signed Saturday. said a San Antonio Quit Attacking Point-by-Point WASHINGTON IAI'I Pres-j -To demand produce a ident Nixon's- defenders on the 'parchment scrolf of a presiden- house judiciary committee declaration that on such and in-day dropped an effort to scut-! such a day a policy of cover-up Me section by section a propped] was established is reallv quite article cf impeachment Unrealistic.'' he said. But wrangling nonetheless; Hep. Elizabeth continued over the precisely. I accused the .supporters of shape of the documenl, which; Sandman's argument of raising accuses the President of nine1 "a phony issue.'' Rep Barbara counts of obstructing justice in 'Jordan. iD-Texasi said they the Watergate cover-up. were presenting phantom ar- Bovving to the pro-impeach- :gumenls. menl majority. Rep. Sandman'; Rep. Mann (D-S.C.i charged (R-N..I.) declared he would not; that the whole issue had been pursue his original intent to; raised in the manner of an ef- press separate motions lo strike fort to influence the public the last eight sections of the ar-! through television. He lost in a vote of 27 to 1 1 Friday night his bid to have the! He first count which accused the that any President of false or misleading "I- ry said he was astonished committee members would say Nixon would he. statements to Watergate inves- forced to undergo a senate trial tigators discarded. [without knowing the full "No Way" ;charges against him. As the. committee moved into CONFERRING WITH THE CHAIRMAN Rep. Tom Railsback right, confers with Chair- man Peter Rodino (D-N. J.j, during house judiciary committee debate on impeachment. "Short-Changed" 73 Percent California Lt. GoV. Appeals for Profit Drop j Aid Ignored Told by GM! Reinecke Convicted] For Hours another day and night of debate, Sandman acknowledged that "there is no way the outcome is going to be changed" if he were lo pursue Ihe dismantling scheme. But a Democrat, Rep. Flow- ers said he would make another motion to strike as a tactic aimed at producing more ..specifics on the charges. He wants a compromise in an effort to satisfy Republicans who term Ihe accusations too vague. He had to get in line to offer "He will be going to trial, if he goes, not only knowing what. The developments appeared to restore some optimism to the newsman. Joe Sweeney after a telephone interview with Car- talks which came close to eiid-lrasco- ing in failure Friday. Britain, Greece and are guarantors of Cypriot in- dependence under the 1960 treaty that established the is- Prison officials said the hos- were unharmed Friday, 'although one, a teacher, suf- fered a minor gunshot wound in the shoulder Thursday. ap- DETROIT (AP) Blaming j WASHINGTON (AP) A fed-, inflation which hit hard on thejeral jury Saturday found Cali- heels of the energy crisis. Lt. Gov. Ed Reinecke eral Motors reports its profits of '-ving to a senate com- under oath were false and that! JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) he made them "wilfully andjCarl Garner says he tried for Rep. Mayne (R-Iowa) voted his motion, however, and the committee lurned first to minor j amendments refining Ihe lan- [guage of the proposed article. the charges are but knowing every iota, every word of the evidence, with every i doited and every t crossed." Mann said. Nixon's counsel, James St. Clair, attended all committee sessions when evidence was pro- duced and he has been present- ed with copies of everything the members have received. In gn effort to meet the de- mand of Flowers and Rep. Froelich (R-Wis.) for more in- formation, however, Rodino is having the staff prepare a brief summary of factual information supporting the proposed article. The main evidence is in the 3ft I The jury deliberaled nearly senate judiciary committee two li percent "'omjnjne and gatur-! years ago when he said he did during the first six months of] 1974 nosedived a year ago. GM Chairman Richard Ger-; stenberg said Friday that the auto giant was unable to keep imittee. knowingly." Reinecke was accused in a one- count indictment of lying to the more than three hours to flag down motorists on Interstate 95 and get help for a young woman trapped car. under her overturned Friday night for Sandman's mo- tion. Rep. Mezvinsky (D-Iowal! voted against it. In all, six Republicans voted volumes of material compiled during the long inquiry. Two More Although the adoption of any article will mean the committee At the verdict, Mrs. Reinecke shook her head and said: "Oh, my God, Maximum pen- prices in line with soaring costs. is five years in prison and not tell then-Attorney General John Mitchell of an Interna- tional Telephone Telegraph Co. financial commitment to the' By the time police were no-iSandman. tified and arrived, Melody: with all 21 Democrats to defeat has recommended Nixon's 1972 Republican national con- The U.S. is sitting in as an ob-! Household Lioht cent a year ago. he said. server As a January-June: Fresh Fighting Warn Inn Iccnorl earnings were S426 Sharon Rice, was dead. Garner said he was a passen- jpeachment, at least two more Wants Data jare lo be offered after the ob- Flowers said he wants to see struction article. Warning Issued WASHINGTON (UPI) The U.N. sources reported fresh fighting Friday as Turks tried !ConEumer Product Safet-V Com- ger in her convertible when it blew a tire and went out of con- trol before dawn on Fridav. specific supporting data before casting his final vote. "In the obstruction of justice there is a dead he said. Carrasco rejected four of the three countries started i peals from Estelle to surrender. jprofits were 2.8 percent fine j vention until after the peace negotiations sales, compared wim 8.4 per-, Reinecke had no ,lppal.crU settled anti-trust" cases 'action to the jury the giant conglomerate, j He said ne was can smell it. but you've jment. "He lied to protect the the car soared about 70 to find it." very powerful John Mitchell, an embankment and land-1 Chairman Rodino ID-N..I.) man who could help him be-led on its top was clearly dismayed by Ihe wife and their children. jcome governor." said Prosecu-j Garner, wl to expand their beachhead on Ihe northern coast. mission warns of serious or even fatal electric shocks from earnings were S426 million.! compared with billion dur-i ing the same period in 1973. It; His was the lowest GM profit figure j Mark. 16; Mimi. 15. and Tom. i Davis at Ihe halfwav mark in 16 years. The Cyprus U.N. household trouble front-row bench trial ,vho suffered a bro- -spectacle the committee was ken shoulder, said, "She on television after Reinecke. 50. was defeated and then 1 called her. Zenon Rossides. told the Securi-i suspected of of exemplary behavior its opening round of debate. One will charge Nixon with violating his oath of office and his constitutional duty to see that the laws are faithfully ex- ecuted. It will enumerate -sever- al charges, including interfer- ence with the Internal Revenue Service and creation of the spe- cial investigating unit that, broke into the office of Daniel Ellsbcrg's psychiatrist. caused one death. 1 Some 200.000 of the "house- ty Council of "the grave ucienu-j ration of the situation in Cyprus: through the continued and 'rouble _li. 'during the last year nationwide: nation, inflation has replaced IP- 'bv such stores as as the major A !llc Jury jZayrc. Korvette's. Food Gerstenberg. !ing difficulty m reaching grant violation of the cease-fire! by Turkey." Turkey controlled about twice or me- been sold the held when the it nclct iner from S797 million in; The six men and six women Considered the CaSe for more in n narliamnnla.-vl' "Replaces Energy" ithan five and one-half hours Cf sa'd "has never! get 'help In ulging a iprirtau hpfnrp rplirina il q-in'refused to answer a question in! He said quite a few cars to dela> a decision ln H -In General Motors, as in 'cl.nng at _ without slowingdown_ very important matter hav.; simple guy that he can'l! "r started standing in (heaves to tell the people we are; dummy up a response of '1 don't i middle of the he said. "I'afraid lo meet Ihe issue, Rn-! JJggg PrOQPeSS in cease-fire went into effect. Diplomatic pressure from Bri-j and J. J. Newberry. the com-: -Costs of materials, labor came after U deliberated !could hear the brakes squealing, The Ihe Geneva talks from collaps- ing Friday. Mavros repeatedly accused Turkey of moving troops in lalion of the cease-fire. Greek sources said he had made up his mind to break off the talks. mission said Fridav. They were1 services continued to increase for about three hours Friday what's morc- Cox said- I guess they though! I was Curbing Inflation afternoon. Charge Unfairness ,uc piusMue i M u laiiernoon ocke was so cooperative that kind of idiot." Reps. Wiggins I R-Calif.i and the US helped save manufactured by the A. K. Elec-; more rapidly lhan lhey could bel ,0i didn't even have legal counsel! He told police he thought he Dennis iR-lnd.l joined Sand-! v., in the sei ing price wilh him before the commit-! fell asleep a few limes but kep.man in arguing for more of ne Parker qskinp- "Miv we have! llc added, gesturing at; waking up and Irving lo flag, in the article. They said Ihe, a car. _ committee was unfair commission said there our pro brand names or other. Sales on the it advised consumers from may suspect they have take it back to Ihe stc make sure. of the h r Mitchell Account lutes perjury lhat is. what does ihe prosecution have lo :uiiu-uiuii IL-I sdies ui; r were off 14 ln lcrms of a of Mitchell of .......___ from S9.6 billion in 1973. perjun. Points in Plan Bui British Foreign Minister SI.50. They consist of a flexible1 anre: f.crstcnberg and r.Mi Thc rcrcad hjs tors never asked him lames Callachan assisted by cord either five. 10 or 20 resident Edward Cole ,ions whicn said in pal.Mhal, if........... ihe US observer with the light socket lhc sccond fluartcr was anjlhe jurors render a guillv vcr- of '-State William Buffum.'bulb enclosed in a metal and1 improvement over the first, persuaded Mavros to consider wire case with a hook on lop. (Continued: Pace 2. Col. 11. i the Turkish plan. Turkish sources said their plan included these points: A cease-fire based on existing him slopped and then more clearly. Reinecke said he The driver asked what hap-: The article says' lhat. Ihe financial mitment in a telephone conver- alter (he Watergate breakin, Nixon] ing to work. "We're already seeing a slow- down in Ihe Kenna The lights retailed for about, _ Dcspile (lie dismal perform- Instructions Reread sation in May 1971. but the l LJC JHUKU ,11.1 m fin-jlin.l in MTvlin- t.i 'resident Edward Cole in about it. who laler becam, ion jn positions. A mi man's land separating Turkish troops from hut h Greek they raised the U.S. flag Cypriol forces and U.N. peace- keeping units. An interim political settle- ment that would allow the Greek Cypriot majority and Ihe Turkish Cypriot minority to ad- flushed wilh pride. m i n i s t e r Ihcir nwl' affairs separately. A tiirtlier conference within 10 days lo consider longer-term po- litical and security questions. over Ml. Suribachi nn Iwo .lima in 1915, Marine Cpl. Frank Issac was slnnding sov- e r a 1 hundred feel away. Chuckle (iraflili: Snmeone wroie. "Is Ihi'i'i1 inlelhgenl life "li l.'ndci'iiralh, siimciine added, "Vrs, liul I'm More lhan three decades later. Issac looked up al the huge briuue marine Iwo .lima Memorial across the Po- tomac river (nun Ihe nation's capital and said Ihe pride had lurned lo disappomlmenl and hillerness "We Navajo.s fought lor our country, we helped win Ihe war against Japan. Now our sons have also fought for our cnunlry. And how aro.wn Ireal- cd'.' On mv roscivaiion. 711 percent of Ihe veterans are unemployed." Issac SI. was one of several veterans of (our I'.S. wars who gathered at Ihe memorial Friday [o pray in their native longue. talk with newsmen and protest whal lhey say is discriminatory treatment of Vietnam-era In- dian veterans The statue of the marines raising Ihe flag ai Iwo .lima brings hack many memories, Issac said. One of Ihe six was his friend Ira Hayes, a I'ima Indian who died in Arizona in "He volunteered lo help raise the Hag. I was right Ihere with him 200, maybe ililO (eel Issac said. conceal and Officers arrived within 10 protect those responsible. minutes after gelling a call II lists nine scparale actions did. they must determine Ihal resident ISixon s taken to implement the alleged statements made by Reinecke: (Continued: Page 2. Col. 2.1 They found Miss Rice dead policy. Wiggins. Dennis and Sandman insisted the names, dales and places involved in all Ihe ac- -WKWALK. Conn i.APi lions should be included in K Watson, 55, former article, bill Ihe Democrats.1 Ambassador to France, and a Seam in Vietnam, claim Ihev hacked by .Special Counsel i" making ihe IBM em- can't get VA financing to buy Hoar and Associate Counsel a inlcrnational i-ndav. He had been Navajo Iwo Vet Pride Turns to Bitterness of IBM, LX-EnVOV DlSS One of Ihe mo.sl decorated marines ot World war II. Issac was one of a number of Nnvajo "code talkers" who relayed sensitive military in- formation by translating ii into Navajo in radio commu- incalions "ll was Ihe only code Ihe J a p a n e s e couldn't break. Kvery other code and foreign language thai was tried. Ihe Japanese cracked If il hadn't been for the Navajo curie talkers. Japan would have won Ihe Issac said. "You'd Ihink Ihe I'.S. would recognize Ihe contributions of the Navajus Hill our sons are coming home from service and can'l find work." The Niivajns came lo Wasli- iniJlcn from I heir roservalion sprawls over parts of Mexico. Arizona and h. They testified before a ale subcommittee that held rings on a boundary dis- pute between Ihe Navajo Na- tion and the Hnpi Indians and on legislation to establish an Indian medical services pro- gram. The Navajn reservation has a per capita income of and a population of MO.OOO. (if whom arc veterans of World wars I and II, Korea and Vietnam. Bui the iN'avajo.s claim Ihal benefits available HI other I .S. veterans are practically non-existent on the resenn- lion Many like Kmmcll I.cll- h.'ind. who was an armv set- a home. "As soon as they hear you're an Indian living a reservation, they send you from one office to another all Ihal red tape, but I've been trying for three years and still can'l gei a loan." Lellhand said. The Navajos also say Ihcj want the government to build bert Jenner. said the proper trade method is supply Ihe liospilal since being injured in ;i separate bill of "particulars, i" 'all ;lt- llis New Rodino said Ihe tactual data Canann. Conn., home, supporting Ihe articles would be included in a committee report accompanying any articles it sends to Ihe house floor. Many .Months Hep. Sarbancs i Today's Index ('omic.s spun-' Church a velerans hospital on their sor Ihe obstruction article, j Crossword said il did not include Daily Record events because it deals wilh ai Deaths course of conducl spread over' Kdilorial Features Jim Begay, a Navajn World many months. Financial war II air force veieran, Hep. Waldie said- Marinn pointed lo Hayes on the me- idetails were hard lo come by! Movies morial. "If an Indian can do jbeeau.se Ihe cover-up policy was I Ihal, ihen surely Ihis coiinlry concealed carefully and Nixon' Television can do something for him in has withheld evidence Ihe com Wnnt Ads relurn." he said miller requested. 5 .1 S 2 t II II 6 in 7   

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