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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weather- I'l'Wasillj; I l) u j. ness, ruin ending "'Slit. Ixnv about 50. A IT Sumlay. High near t'KDAI! KAI'IDS. IOWA. SA'i'l KIMV. Al'fil'ST 11171 ACKERS CITY FINAL 15 CENTS AS.SOC1ATKD PRESS. I'PI, NKW YORK TIMES Unit Conferring T On cYPrus TaX Truce Line m K 1 1 1 11C BUI III Dill -N'1LUS1A' aml ('rcek 'ficers Saturday to draw up cease-fire lines and U. i _ A N.-enforced buffer zones be- rciorin package designed io Iwecu the emhaltlcd armies in .sprinkle benefits among taxpay- Cyprus. ers and to assure least minimal British and U. N. officials sat lax payments from the wealthy in on the talks that began with a has passed a key house panel. four-hour session Friday at a U. And. before giving teniaiive camp near Nicosia airport in approval to the wide-ranging! which no agreements were measure Friday, the house ways i reached. and means committee combined! u. N. officials said Friday I lie bill with the so-called en- j that the cease-fire line was orgy tax reform measure after] mostly defined with the cxeep- a congress with impeachment a warning preoccupied would more readily pass one tax bill than deal with two separate ones. The biggest proposed benefit to the average taxpayer is a tion of a section in the contested western Kyrenia mountains. I The four parties arc trying implement a U. N. Security! Council call for the U. N. peacekeeping troops to move! between the Greek Cypriot and! Turkish forces. Fierce Attack Reports said Friday that bat- provision to boost the maximum standard deduction to from and to hike the minimum standard deduction to from on single re- ties were raging in the north- turns and to on joint re-jwest part of the island and thai turns. i the Turks moved into four New Minimum !Grcek Cypriot villages in thcj western Kyrenia range. j Peter Arnett, Associated Press special correspondent, re- ported from the battle zone that I Turkish tanks and infantry I. launched a fierce attack on a1 Greek outpost on Mt. Kyparis- sovouno, which overlooks the four villages. The Greeks have One Hostage Set Free in Prison Siege HLNTSVILLF., Texas il.'Pli, Convict Fred ('arras-, co. barricaded 10 (lavs in the state prison library, Friday re- leased one of his hostages so [she could explain his demands to penitentiary officials. Officials, operating under a: news blackout, Saiurdav consid- Press Fight WASHINGTON I ITU Pres- ident Nixon's defenders admit they have little chance of suc- ceeding in their attempt to coii- ercd the demands, which in-'vuice the house he should be elude an armored car and Ihc'Ccnsu red rather than im- use of his remaining hostages a human shield. Officials saidj Nonetheless, they are staging I they hoped further talks fight to at least keep that pos- result in release of all hostages, jsibility alive. Carrasco, suspected of 50 Hep. Paul Findley, a moder- murders in Mexico and the U. jale Republican from Illinois, iu- Ls.. released Linda Woodman, reduced a proposed resolution la Conroe, Texas, teacher, Fri-jOf censure Friday. It praises 'day night. !Nixon's "great achievements in "Bearing up" foreign policy" but says he "has "By her own words shown insensitivity to the moral lofty purposes and he high office which remaining hostages are bearing up under the strain." Ron Tav- lor, prison spokesman, said. "Miss Woodman was re-i Rep Mbcrt Latta i one of Nixon s most vocal de- Full House Telepliolo as I a understand it, to (fenders, collected more than 40 leased, convey a personal explanation] of Mr. Carrasco's proposals from congressmen on lating to the mechanics of pehtlon askmS the house rulcs The proposed new minimum tax rate would impose a 14 per- cent levy on the first 17 percent between and and 20 percent thereaf- ter. The experts estimate this would turns. affect some re- Escorted by South Vietnamese government troops, a bus evacuates refugees and their belongings from Que Son, a district town 25 miles southwest of Da Nang. Government troops recaptured the villages surrounding -the town but the villagers still move out to Da Nang for safety. tage release. j "We are hopeful the ongoing negotiations will result in the release of the balance of the hostages." J Miss Woodman, in apparent! But good health, was secluded Sat- much 1 i committee to adopt ground rulcs for the impeachment de- bate which would permit a cen- sure motion to be offered. To sweeten the burden for howitzers on the mountain per-income citizens, the panel withjn range of Turkish empla- proposed a slight decrease in the maximum capital gains tax, dropping it to 35 percent from the present 36.5 percent. The combination of hikes and1 ceased. cements at Kyrenia. The Turkish representative at the talks in Nicosia, Col. Nezihi Cakar. claimed the fighting had cuts in tax levies was expected to produce a net revenue gain of million annually, based on changes that would increase some taxes by billion and decrease others by million. One of the major ingredients in the tax-hike side was a last- minute amendment that accel- erates the previously-approved plan to phase out the controver- sial petroleum depletion allow- He said the Turks "are doing their best not to violate the cease-fire agreement" reached in Geneva Tuesday by the foreign ministers of Greece. Turkey and Britain the three co-guarantors of the indepen- dence of the former British co- lony. Greek Claim Greek Major Evangelos Tsola- Talk of War Humphrey Campaign Pilot Preparation In Mid-East By Associated Press Israeli Defense Minister Shi- mon Peres warned Saturday of a possible war with the Arabs, especially Syria, which he said was "talking war, threatening war and preparing for war." He said service for Israel re- servists has been extended, and thousands were being called to ready war vehicles. Peres said Syria demanded total Israeli withdrawal from Linked fo Illegal Payment WASHINGTON CAP) Jackjceived a telephone call from the L. Cheslnut, campaign manager, manager for Hubert Humphrey, has been named in a statement as the man who set Jack Chestnut, who requested that Lennen Newell submit its up an illegal corporate ncxt regular monthly invoice to _______L r- YT....._ i__ lip irlpntifinrt ac payment for Humphrey's 1970i an organization he identified as [the 'American Milk senate campaign. Barry Nova, an advertising, executive who worked on the I rather than directly to the cam- 's. ance. The depletion tax break at jkis claimed Greek Cypriots billion and billion federal taxes. Golan Heights, "expecting to fold up, retreat and campaign, said in a sworn, no-j larized statement that Chestnut asked him to submit worth of Humphrey advertising bills to the nation's largest dairy co-operative. The co-op, Associated Milk Nova, Name Mixup of Greenwich, Conn., seems to have got the name of Envoy Role In Cambodia WASHINGTON (AP) Amer- ican officials are advising the Cambodian government on mili- tary strategy, management and logistics, but evidently are play- ing no role in actual combat, ac- cording to a staff report for the house foreign affairs committee. The study covered a period between last April 15 and May urday with her family. She said a teacher hostage believed shot last week was not injured. "Inherent Dangers" Prison officials, concerned that news reports might endan- ger the hostages and the negoti- ations, ordered the blackout Fri- day. Carrasco has a radio and receives daily newspapers with his meals. "The position of the Texas Tapes Batch Findley did not indicate hope for the proposal. department that where of corrections is negotiation points are given public exposure ex- posing (hose points to interroga- tive debate there are inherent "I'm not here to forecast suc- cess with this he told reporter. Nixon's lawyers Friday gave another batch of Watergate tapes to U. S. District Judge John J. Sirica, complying with supreme court orders. They promised the rest next week but claimed executive privilege against being required to turn over officials' notes. Sirica is expected to rule on that claim next week. Chairman Peter Rodino of the house judiciary committee invit- ed all house members to listen to any or all of 19 Watergate dangers to the lives of all the faPes in lne committee's posscs- 10 but was not released until Taylor said "This FYirlnv i r present saves oilmen between been complying with the panic." But he said Israel would i cease-fire agreeement since never relinquish all the Heights, July 22. the day the first truce because "for 19 years they were i was negotiated by the U. N." of aggression against us." Mills Stand i Tne Turk released i first' open of tlle senate Water" "No Doubt of Ability" gate committee, along with a the co-op slightly mixed up. In [Friday. any case, the bills were made) It said John Gunthcr Dean, U. out correctly to "Associated JS. ambassador in Phnom Penh, I kJ j Milk Producers, Inc., c-o Bob A.! was "energetic" in carrying out! Inc.. has admitted paying Copies of them are alsoj what he perceived to be his mis-! bids illegally from corporate !in the files. Each bore thejsion. j words, ''Consulting fee for Min-j "By his own admission he1 our primary concern." Nova's statement is in Chairman Mills (D-Ark.) sue- batch of 120 Greek Cypriot pris-j cessfully urged on his col- oners Friday. The Geneva! leagues the wisdom of starling the three-year phase-out this year, as opposed to the original starting date of Jan. 1, 1975. The agreement stipulated the re- lease should begin as soon as the cease-fire went into effect. The 120 were mostly women. have Peres no aggressive j said. "We copy of a letter in which Chest- The last of the bills was dated May 8. On May 12, Chestnut have 'defensive plans. to bills' nut requested the co-op (Continued: 8.) J Continued: Page 2. Col. (i.) ormon Change 'Condescending' does not hesitate to give stra-j Leaders tegic military advice to Cam-1 SALT LAKE C'TY (AP) bodian President Lon Nol are not satisfied are ready to continue the dialog, but let there be no doubt of our. Also abifity to face any kind of frontation that is forced on us. Invoked Fifth h. included are two corporate checks can- for each and a statement that first step in the gradual elimina- children and old men. Some of tion of the 22 percent women told of repeatedly allowance would drop it to raped by Turkish soldiers[ The Cairo newspaper checks to Chestnut percent, retroactive to last Jan..while m captivity. [el Yom quoted Egypt's chief ofifor "forwardin" to the advcrtis- Sources in Ankara said Tur- staff, u. Gen. Abdel Gamasy.; j Pinned in Wreck Four Days, Woman Rescued The timing of this year's le- key plans to bring in fresh gislative calendar is heavily in-.troops to replace the force that implemented in jnlr fjrm as saying plans were also being; chestnut Egypt to con-1 Fifth of a has invoked PETALUMA. Calif. (UPl) woman missing four days i Amendment and refused follnd alire llle "Tcck- while pinned in son, the wreckage [ship posts for black Boy Scouls. [They called the move "racist and condescending" and said they'll continue their discrimi- I nation suit. j Black Scouts in church-spon- sored troops were prevented from becoming senior patrol !5. told 'She. had one of spray things and j leaders because of requirement that these deacons church leaders be president, Until now, only the 38 commil- tee members have been permit- [ted to listen. Four Rooms The committee set up four large rooms with earphones and established a week-long tape- playing schedule for next week. It would require at least three hours a day for four days for a member to listen to all the tapes. Republicans who met in small groups with their elected leader, Rep. John J. Rhodes of Arizona, could not agree on what position they thought he would take on impeachment. Rhodes called a news confer- ence for Monday to announce his decision. A pro-impeach- fluenced bv the impeachment: invaded Cyprus July 20. Thc'front the possibilitV of "a "re- <'Sc of her overturned auto that quorum president. question, Mills indicated. Thus.lTurks hold a 200-square-miie! sumption of war. !lut corporl JavmenuTo and landed thmgs and she [position hoi by young defenses he argued, the senate is faced; wedge between Nicosia and a paper said Egypt has Humphrev campaigns in brush-covered creek bed. that three or four times ,rot the priesthood with the prospect of beachhead east braced itself for any 1979'Humphrey has denied Theresa Harrington, 43, of when her mouth got too cannot hold any -anythillg Nixon's trial and would only and west of Kyrenia. .lrjsjng from isracii War prc-'knowledge Of the money. takcn lo a hospital dry." The ITin I IT r 'clsc bllt r'Sht impeachment, have time to consider one major Turks Accused parations. It said Israeli leaders xova worked as a political ad- whcrc sllc u'as in fair condition. Her car ran off Highway 101. cnulcn "s Rep. Robert Michel Mnndavand tax bill this year. At Mills' urging. Ihe commit- tee wrapped both bills into a single package, which is expect- Aiding In I nndon the Cvnrint amhas ;havc becn waging a war vertising specialist for the now-'Doctors said she suffered a about midnight Monday and fell in i.uiiuun. uit. ci.llUd.s-; j r lYrirtiirnrI rili nolvK anrl Ihinh'lvlnu' thp rnad Wnl It was M and mobilization of Israeli 'bankrupt firm Xewell! headqua cd ,o reach the house for action alter the presiden ,al impeach- jn (hc Kvreniai men! proceedings there. Soviet Agreement Pro-guerilla York. He fractured rib. pelvis and thigh below the road level. It was sur- and numerous bruises. rounded by manzanita bushes Mrs. Harrington, listed with and could not be seen by pass- said he advised the Novato police as a missing per- ing motorists. of I.onnen artered in Xew Ulc position 'chairman of the house Republi- Rail Executive Dies In Fall from Train PHILADELPHIA A P George li. Wallace, a vice- president of tile Penn Central Railroad, was killed if Archbishop when he fell from the rear of an Amtrak passenger train. A railroad spokesman said the accident occurred at a station about HI miles north cf here. The Irani was approaching Phi- ladelphia from New York. Police said Wallace. fell off the hoarding platform of the last car and was dragged 200 feet They said his body wa.s spotted bv an engineer from another tram. was for a week. re- lurns lo Ihe island. Sampson b e c a m e president when a Greek-led coup overthrew Ma- karios .lulv IS. Today's Index newspapers in Himphrcy On prep- son since she vanished, was The highway patrol invasion Beirut said Russia has agreed .lrafiml of reunited at the hospital with her girls walking in the area jlnt 'rally" adhere to the envis.ion what feel- regarding Scout lead- inKS are going lo go through my mind as they're moving Ihe ____ President out of the White who i Continued: Page 2, Col. (i.) mm lie said he understood to supply the Palestinian gueril- about 101) persons had taken ref- uge in the hills and had had no food for five days and no water for three days. Nikos Sampson, president of Cyprus araiion of advertising als. "Early in the campaign I no water or Brothers Reunited After 73 Years can campaign committee. quorum president. "Try To Envision" iwever. the new pdlicy does Michel said he was undecided -id two110' ;lffoct lhe slalus of wnpmcr vntc to people in the church and the I'each a long-standing heard Mrs. Harrington veil for food help and called rescuers. T 1 old policy ers. Troops I'ull NAIHOP.I. Kenya i.M'i rgamlan troops were reported rnllini! hack Salurday from the Tanzaiiian Inintii'r following llpnmlaii President Idi Ainiu's nff llis iin'ilMim alert. Church Page Comics Crossword Dailv llocord Deaths Kditorinl Features Financial Marion Movies Sports Television Want Ads 10 8 12-15 (I, ALBANY. N. Y. lAPi -Al- most three-quarters of a cen- tury ago, Joseph I.ombardo left his father's small Italian farm and boarded a ship for America, lie and his four brothers were never together again until a moving reunion at a busy airport. Joseph, !17, and three other brothers, now also in the I'. S., greeted Domenico, (II. who flew here for a six-week slay Irom Ins ranch in Perth. Aus- tralia. Asked if he Do- menico after 7.'! years. Joseph smiled and said, "No, not hardly." Carl, was mure "I expected him to he more fat." All five brothers, including Carmelo, 79. and Paul. 7-1, both of Dennison. Ohio, spent the remainder of the day in conversation. "We talked about the old country and the old house." said Paul. "Domenico told us there's nothing left over Ilid'c. Floods destroyed most of our properly i think it uas: about three years ago." A full-scale reunion dinner tonight will include some of the brothers' children and many more-distant relatives. Several of the men said they could remember vividly that day in March, 1901, when Jo- seph left Sidcnio, Italy, for Hit1 promise of a new life. "I came for a better place lo said Joseph, still spry enough lo walk about eight miles daily with Carl. Roth live in Albany. Added Paul. "W'e didn't get rich, but we made a good liv- ing." One by one, the other brothers followed Joseph's lead in leaving Ihe farm, which today is tended by their two sisters and their families. Joseph and Carl were set- tled in Albany in inOft, working as labnrt'rs on Hudson river docks, when their father, Vin- cent, came lo America to lake them home. Hut he was killed in a railroad accident and Ihe brothers stayed. Carmelu came in 11113 and took a job with the vauia Hailroad, where he worked -Ifi vears before retir- ing in Ohio. He later was joined by Paul. Domenico returned in the family farm after serving with the Italian army in World war I. When his six sons and three daughters eventually left for Australia, he joined them in Iflfifl in run- ning a sheep and catlic ranch. The reason for Ihe family's long lifcspan is a secret, said Joseph, but he noted Ihe long walks he and Carl take daily. used lo walk II) miles, this year it's eight and now Pentagon Hiring Retired Doctors The 'of the doctor draft last year. They said they had received Civil Service Commission ap iproval in this case to waive a next year it'll maybe be six [regulation under which rcliird Joseph said. "I can't 'regular military officers must complain. We're not young [forfeit nearly half Iheir ivhrc- Hou.se." he said. Hep. Robert McClory ill-Ill.i said Rhodes, in one of his meet- ings with Republicans, "said WASHINGTON i APi The not going to do any arm- IVntagon, faced with a critical 'twisting" on impeachment, shortage of military doctors, McClory and another judiri- plans to hire retired armed ary committee Republican, Hep. forces phjsicians and pay them Harold Froehlich re- civilian salaries in addition to fused to sign I.atta's petition, their full .service pensions. 1'rochlich noted that Findlcy'.T Officials, announcing the un-1 resolution accuses Nixon of preccdentcd step Friday, said "moral insensifivily, negligence the program was needed maladministration." close a gap of some physi- "If those thing.-; don't justify cians that resulted from the cud'impeachment, what In- any once ago were young mcnl. p; hut lhat was'10. fill years jian jobs 'eminent. Chuckle. The best way lo enjoy a beautiful, productive garden is in live next door to one and cultivate your neighbor.   

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