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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather— Fair through Wednesday. Low tonight, mid 50s. Highs Wednesday, low to mid 80s. VOLUME 92 — NUMBER 202 fWlar CITY FINAL 15 CENTS CEDAR RAPIDS. IOWA. TUESDAY, .JI LY 30, 1974 ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES No Easing In Interest Rate: Bums WASHINGTON (UPI) - Federal Reserve Chairman Arthur Burns Tuesday ruled out any slackening of current high interest rates until “the fires of inflation burn themselves out.” Burns, in a strong defense of federal reserve monetary poli-| cy, said that tight money and credit is necessary along with a reduction of federal spending and other measures to bring the country out of its double digit inflation. Burns testified before the house banking committee. Burns’ renewal of his opposition to any change in the fed’s tight money policy came as Vice-president Ford expressed concern about the current record high interest rates and said he hoped the fed “will not be too tough too long.” Burns said the fed would continue its tight money policies! “long enough to let the fires of inflation burn themselves out.” Burns said the appropriate; course for monetary policy “is the middle ground.” He saidi present monetary policy had re-? suited in a growth rate of about 6 percent over the last year in the money supply, which he said “is still too high for the stability' of average prices over the longer term. ‘‘But moderation in the growth rate of money and credit supplies must be achieved gradually to avoid upsetting effects on the real economy,’’ Burns testified. “A return to price stability will require a national commitment to fight inflation this year and in the years to come.” he said. “Monetary policy must play a key role in this endeavor and we in the federal reserve recognize that fact. “We are determined to reduce over lime the rate of monetary and credit expansion lo a pace consistent with a stable price level.” Burns said the process of cutting the federal budget must begin now’ and that congress must resist any temptation to cut taxes or create new public works programs. Dean Sentencing Set for Friday WASHINGTON (UPI) - John Dean will be sentenced Friday for his part in the Watergate cover-up. A spokesman for the I'. S. district court announced Tuesday that Judge John Sirica would impose sentence on the 34-ycar-old Dean, who pled guilty Oct. 19 to a single count of conspiracy to obstruct justice. He could receive as much as five years in prison and a fine of $10,000. Smiling Franco Leaves Hospital MADRID (AP* — Generalissimo Francisco Franco Tuesday walked out of the Madrid clinic, where he had been hospitalized for three weeks by a blood clot in his right thigh. The 81-year-old Spanish chief of state smiled at well-wishers as he left the hospital under his own power. Government sources said he was expected to spend a few! days at El Pardo Palace, his home outside Madrid, and then go to northwest Spain for further recuperation. Today'* Clute kl** By July 3, approximately 4 million American children were in summer camps. This could bt' another reason why so many people celebrated the Fourth of July, coovnshi Nixon To Ask Portions Turkey Will O' r°pes 6e WiihMd Keep Force On Island WASHINGTON (AP) - A I White House spokesman said Tuesday President Nixon will claim that portions of 20 Watergate tapes being surrendered Cyprus, a British delegation spokesman announced Tuesday entire concept of a subpoena article. Six Republicans approved the Thornton amendment, two of them apparently because they iTuesday to U. S. District Judge|saw it as softening the charge! I John Sirica should not be    (rather than because of over-all    Gazette Leased Wires I passed on to special prosecutor    support for the article.    The    foreign ministers    of    Bri- Leon Jaworski.    Invoking    a phrase that has. fain, Greece    and    Turkey have Deputy Press Secretary    come to haunt the Nixon White    agreed on a peace settlement in Gerald Warren said Nixon spent    House time and again, McClory much of the morning personally (asserted that “The prime exlistening to tapes in the Lincoln ample of stonewalling is right I fj Geneva sitting room at the White House, j there.”    Delegates said the three- Warren said the President    12-Hour    Limit    power    agreement    will    give    Tur- has determined that he will    In a bid    to speed up proceed- key the right    to retain military file claims that Jaworski ings, the panel agreed to a two- forces on Cyprus. should be denied parts of the hour limit for general debate on    To Cut Force tapes on grounds of national the proposal.    The agreement reportedly security or executive privi-    McClory    said that “if we re- lege.    fuse    to    recognize    that    the    Pres- Warren said “there will be ardent should be impeached” for few” such instances but added,    failure to    provide subpoenaed I the future “I am not prepared to discuss    rnaterials,    future Presidents! The spokesman    made the an- what these may be ”    could    decide for themselves nouncement after Secretary of Under terms of an 8-0 su-what theY would or would not State Kissin8er intervened in preme court ruling last Wednes-|Provide for similar future inqui- the difficult negotiations at re called upon Turkey to cut but not totally withdraw its invasion force from Cyprus sometime in HHH a Voyageur Now -UPI Telephoto Minnesota Gov. Wendell Anderson places a cap on Sen. Hubert Humphrey (D-Minn.), making him an honorary voyageur. The occasion was a trip to Fort Snelling state park as part of the Midwestern Governors Conference in Minneapolis. Seeks Trade Of Hostages For Officials Senate Step Toward Trial day, Sirica eventually is to re-\ne6*    . Iceive tapes and memoranda! *^° ‘I not only affects this covering 64 presidential conver-i (Continued: Page IO, Col. 3.) sations, then screen them for; material he deems relevant for i j    . i ( iJaworski’s purposes.    Mezvinsky    s The special prosecutor sub-    / poenaed the tapes for use as ev-l    ^ HA I I Ari idence in the Sept. 9 trial of six    vJpCI    IwVal former White House and Nixon    .    • I . ■ re-election campaign aides uut in Lerrer charged in connection with the(    /An*    « I Watergate cover-up.    WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep. ...    .    'Mezvinsky (D-Iowa) is seeking Warren said he WM|support of the house judiciary directed the tarn _whether Nixon s objections | commiltee for an artidc of jm. quest of British Foreign Secretary Callaghan. The spokesman said the final breakthrough came at a three and a half hour meeting of the three foreign ministers and their military advisers and that the agreement would be signed later Tuesday night. The agreement came despite a tough line by Turkish Premier Bulent Ecevit and after Kissinger telephoned him several times to try to get him to soften his position. Intervene HUNTSVILLE, Texas (UPI)-In the seventh day of his siege at the Texas state penitentiary, Fred Gomez Carrasco Tuesday offered to release his 13 captives in return for five prison WASHINGTON    (AP) —    The    jority required for conviction I senate Monday senate has taken    its first    step    and removal from office    I committee lo complete its    re-    lo giving    Jaworski some of the j^achmcnt    ‘ accusing'President!    The    deleeates    said    the    agree- toward a possible    impeachment    Cannon said in an interview view and make its    recommen-    material    on the first 20    tapes,Nixon    of    willfullv evading in    7    ,77 trial of President    Nixon by    ask-that he already has been study- dations no later than    Sept. I.    will be based on executive    privi- come    (ax    a nls from m    ^«entTi'ntcmneUli mg the rules committee to re- mg the rules and the precedents; The resolution was introduced lege or national security thrcnigh 1972    ~* *- view procedure and precedents and does not think many by Majority Leader Mansfield grounds, or both. and recommend necessary revi-'changes will be necessary if (D-Mont.) and Minority Leader    - sions.    Nixon    is    brought    to    trial.    Scott (R-Pa i after they met for DnnPkl Turns in However, he said he will in1ronei turn* IU . Turkish Cypriots feel imperiled I rn convinced that this evi- ^y the more numerous Greek lives in return tor live prison, 2T“n    However-    hc    said    he W,U ln‘ ~arly. '*° h0urS, 10 d,scuf ~    .    ,    a officials who he said' arc plav- sald the V01"”"1"'    lvite »“ senators to review the;steps to prepare for a senate Contempt After mn a Itnker mime with the lives "ork m closcd sesslon 'Vcdncs rules and submit any suggested trial.    .    £    ,,    , -    day-    revisions    to    his    committee.    Mansfield    and    Scott    said    they    Article 2 ’ oted “We will examine very care-    ,    felt they had no choice but to dence presents an overwhelming case against the President’s fitness to remain in office,” Mezvinsky said in a letter to Cypriots on the island, continued occupation of all new territory seized by Turkey since the U.N. ordered a cease-fire of these hostages. Kathy Ann Pollard, 24. daugh ter’of one” of’the hostages Hadley the rules followed in the    ~''r”    *    begin    making    plans    in view of o telenhnnp talk with the ’reno- Johnson case,” he said, refer- Cannon said his committee, the house judiciary committee’s      ,    ..    .    .    . 1 ring to the impeachment trial of wiN deal ordy with procedural;recommendation that Nixon be a^ready approved, the house ju- ®    ”    I    _    ____. ai *_______ i    i    Hisn    art/    mmmittpn    HicnbvPn    a WASHINGTON (AP) - With committee I the house judiciary committee's! iwo broad impeachment articles fellow members of the commit- eight days ago, and recognition ***•    of    two    self-ruling communities “If his actions go iinchal- , on the island, giving Cyprus the lenged,” Mezvinsky added, “I look of a federal state. fear that they will inevitably    Once an interim    military subvert and corrode our tax agreement is concluded in Gen-system.”    eVa, the Cyprus peace talks will The letter was accompanied be able to advance to a second gade convict and she said he P es den A^rew iohn on more matters and not such questions impeached.    fdiciary    committee displayed Al discarded demands for additum- “I v7a;srea„fhn°n m°re I as how much time the President However they said they were nOW and blurrcd ali*nmcn,i a1 weapons. But she said he ^ >‘a aS»'    5hou|d have ,0    an    jm.    judgment on Tuesday over a separate charge was firm in hts demands for Secs Few Changes ipeachment defense, whether a wheZr the JLJ will vote lo lied toPres'dcnt Nlxon.'s refusal!by a thick summary of facts Stage to deal with the island ulletpioo vests refused y    j0imS(m was the only Pres- .senate trial can carry over to impeach the President    comP^    W1 th committee sub- and exhibits in support of his republic s political future. This prison officials.    Id,n, brought to Ina] iii Hie tho next congress, and what en- ^    P<*ms.    |charge against the President. would include an overhauling o ! want my mother out of senate. Tho vote in his ease was donee the senate should seek. /-> i rn    put    debate and a roll call vote The backbone of the case was the Cyprus constitution as well there. said Miss Pollard, one short of the twothirds ma- A resolution adopted by the v^FclSh Of DUS,    on an amendment indicated ap- based on a $576,000 deduction as the 1960 agieemcnt wherein daughter of Novella Pollard, 46.    _    --------- —       ’    T    I I/* 11 IA proval was likely for the third claimed by Nixon on his 1969 Greece, Turkey and Britain I TUCK IN. I II S In article of impeachment — and tax return for donation of per- guaranteed Cyprus indepen- a prison schoolteacher who has been held with the other hostages since the start of the takeover last Wednesday. “If he doesn’t get what he wants, he will kill them and make a blood bath out of this,” she said. Not Contacted Guerillas and Rightists Battle in Beirut Suburb BELEM, Brazil (UPI) - The death toll rose to 74 Monday from a headon collision between (Photos on Picture Page) Prison officials said By United Press International Palestinian guerillas using mortars and rockets battled Lebanese right-wingers in a Beirut ,h°y I suburb Tuesday in the worst Lebanese and Palestinian officials moved swiftly to localize the clash. But shooting erupted again late Monday and early Tuesday. sonal papers to    the    National    dence. Archives. The Internal    Revenue These talks    could    begin to- Service and the    staff of the    ward the end of the    first week a bus and" a truck about 250    ProP°sed    by    a    Republi-! Joint Committee    on    Internal    in August, the    Turkish spokes- miles south of the city of Belem can» PeP- McClory of Illinois,[Revenue Taxation have disal- man said. One date being men- knew of the offer Monday night fighting in the capital since the The shooting was long-range. but that Carrasco had not form- Lebanese army clashed with the between the irregular mill-Longers! was traveling between I l^a^ McClory article is not capital of the state of Para,    lbe p a n e I s ponce said.    G 0 P* member. Morgue officials reported five    Fanel    quickly passed of the injured died Monday.    Tuesday 24 to 14 an    amendment Police said the bus, which was    °^ered ReP-    Thornton    (D- carrying approximately 80 pas- ^ aimed at making clear second-ranking lowed the deductions after dis-j tioned was Aug. 8. covering the gift was not made    New    Proposal before July 25, 1969, the last day The talks again appeared when such a gift could be made headed toward failure when to qualify for a tax deduction. Turkey, which had been taking Mezvinsky said his exhibits a hard line, offered new propos als contacted negotiators about guerillas in May 1973.    tiamen    and    guerillas    holed    up in the° cities of Marabah and ‘^tended lo infringe upon legiti an exchange.    jn    Jerusalem. Defense Min- wooded slopes. Both sides fired,Belem when it collided with a mate claims of executive privi- “This has not been suggested Aster Shimon Peres, said the So- mortars and bazooka shells at truck laden with timber logs.    ^-v    pres‘denls. by Mr. jviei union is supplying Arab each other at intervals and fired The accident occurred in the    Seiberling    (D-Ohio) to the administrators ( arrasco,’ prison spokesman t e r r o r i s t organizations with rifles and machine guns at ev-| town of Guruoizinho on the Ron Taylor said following Miss wcapons.    Lathing    that moved*    |Ss Amazon highly. Police I ollard s news conference. Im tl€ trouble in Lebanon There was no reliable es-said the smashup occurred sure if we receive an oifer of stemmed from a shooting in-jtimate of casualties.    when the truck tried to Dass a an exchange, there will    be a    bident Saturday    in which a    The Phalangists claim gueril-    car. decision made on it and    I will    guerilla shot and    wounded lbra-    la control of Palestinian refugee    The    accident occurred    Sunday relate it to you.”    Gideon,    leader    of    the    right-    camps    violates Lebanon’s so- afternoon, but due to poor com Taylor said, however,    there | wing Phalangist    militia. Other;    vereignty. They want the camps    mUnication facilities, police was a strong Jeering among    ; militia members    shot and killed    brought under supervision of    were    not informed of    it until (Continued Page IO, Col. 6) the Palestinian.    i    Lebanese    security forces.    Monday, noted, “We are not seeking broad authority to obtain White House material, but are limiting ourselves to an impeachment inquiry.” Confusing Vote T w o Democrats oppposed Thornton’s amendment because they thought it weakened the article; a third is opposed to the “demonstrate that when the President signed his tax return on April IO, 1970 he knew that he did not make a gift of papers on or before July 25, 1969 valued at $576,000.” The congressman noted that a tax attorney, Fred Folsom, had testified before the panel that “in the case of an ordinary tax- als at the three power conference. Turkey now has more than 20.000 troops on Cyprus; they are opposed by the remnants of the 11,000-man Greek Cypriot national guard and 30,000-40,000 reservists, plus a Greek army detachment of about 1.000 men. The Turks are occupying a 200- payer, on the facts as we know I square-mile corridor from the them in this instance, the case Turkish sector of Nicosia, the would be referred out for pre- capital, to a 15-mile beachhead sentation to a grand jury for on l^e northern coast including prosecution.”    the city of Kyrenia. - —-—     — ----------- —----------- The    Soviet    Union    submitted    a Text of Article Charging Nixon Abused His Office WASHINGTON (AP) Here is the text of the second article of impeachment, approved Monday by the house judiciary committee: ARTICLE II Using the powers of the office of President of the United States, Richard M. Nixon, in violation of his constitutional oath faithfully to execute the office of President of the United States and, to the best of his ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States, and in disregard of his constitutional duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed, has repeatedly engaged in conduct violating the constitutional rights of citizens, impairing the due and proper administration of justice and the conduct of lawful inquiries, or contravening the laws governing agencies of the executive branch and the purposes of these agencies. This conduct has included one or more of the following: I. He has. acting personally and through his subordinates and agents, endeavored to obtain from the Internal Revenue Service, in violation of the constitutional rights of citizens, confidential information contained in income tax returns for purposes not authorized by law, and to cause, in violation of the constitutional rights of citizens, income tax audits or other income tax investigations to be initiated or conducted in a discriminatory manner. 2. Ile misused the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the secret service, and other executive personnel, in violation or disregard of the constitutional rights of citizens, by directing, or authorizing such agencies or personnel to conduct or continue electronic surveillance or other investigations for purposes unrelated to national security, the enforcement of laws or any other lawful function of his office: he did direct, authorize, or permit the use of information obtained thereby for purposes unrelated to national security, the enforcement of laws, or any other lawful function of his office: and he did direct the concealment of certain records made by the Federal Bureau of Investigation of electronic surveillance. 3. He has, acting personally and through his subordinates and agents, in violation or disregard of the constitutional rights of citizens, authorized and permitted to be maintained a secret investigative unit within the office of the President, financed iii part with money derived from campaign contributions to him. which unlawfully utilized the resources of the Central Intelligence Agency, engaged in covert and unlawful activities, and attempted to prejudice the constitutional right of an accused to a fair trial. I. Ile has failed to take earc that the laws were faithfully executed by failing to act when he knew or had reason to know that his dose subordinates endeavored to impede and frustrate lawful inquiries by duly constituted executive, judicial, and legislative entities concerning the unlawful entry into the headquarters of the Democratic national committee. and the cover-up thereof and concerning other unlawful activities including those relating to the confirmation of Richard Kleindienst as attorney general of the United States, the electronic surveillance of private citizens, the breakin into the office of Dr. Lewis Fielding, and the campaign financing practices of the Committee To Re-elect the President. 5. In disregard of the rule of law: he knowingly misused the executive power by interfering with agencies of the executive branch: including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the criminal division, and the Office of Watergate special prosecution force, of the department of justice, and the Central Intelligence Agency, in violation of his duty to take care that the laws be faithfully executed. In all of this, Richard M. Nixon has acted in a manner contrary to his trust as President and subversive of constitutional government, to the great prejudice of the cause of law and justice and to the manifest injury of the people of the United States. Wherefore Richard M. Nixon, by such conduct, warrants impeachment and trial, and removal from office. resolution to the U. N. Security Council calling “for speedy (withdrawal of all foreign forces” on Cyprus. But the Greek troops were the only ones the Russians mentioned by name. The resolution also said a representative of ousted President Makarios should be invited to the Geneva talks. Today s Index Comics.............. ll Crossword........... .......16 Daily Record ....... ....... 3 Deaths ....... 3 Editorial Features ....... 6 Farm ............... .......IS Financial .. 17 Marion 9 Movies .......... .......It Society ...........*v,. ........I Sports ............... ...13-15 State ................ ......1,1 Television ll Want Ads............ ...20-23 ;

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