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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weather- Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday. Lows to- night, upper Highs Tuesday, around 80. VOU'.MK 92- MMBF.K CITY FINAL CKDAK KAPIDS. IOWA. MONDAY AI 197-1 15 CENTS AbSUUATKO 1'KKSS. UPJ, NKW YOFiK TIMKS Bomb Kills 12; Fascists Take Blame SAN BENEDETTO VAI. m SAMRIiO, Italy iL'I'Ii -A Fas- cist rightwing organization call- ing itself "Black Order- claimed responsibility Monday for bombing the Rome-Munich Italicus Express Sunday, killing. 12 persons and injuring 48 others. A statement claiming respon-! sibility for planting a time bomb! aboard the train was found in a- telephone booth in Bologna. It was signed "Ordine Nero" Black Order. Says President Would JJA TU u I ki j.' LJ- Help Nation, Himself B In Current Nixon Plans tt'ASHINCTOX i.M'i Sen preside, mid on whether in set Ifoberl (Jriffin, ihe assistant standards for introduction of ev- Republican leader. Men- 'deuce or conviction. called on President Ni.vim to I'ulilie Senator Mondale "We've arrived at a point.in prepared testimony, urged where- both the nation and committee lo set rules to in- own interests will best be i sure the senate can subpoena WASHINGTON (APi _ Pres- __ __........................ idcnt Nixon has rejected, at served by resignation." (Jrifiin'thc tapes and documents'of (i-t for nuw'- suggestions lhat "Salvation of Italy" ''The Nazi banner did not die I in Berlin in the statement j said. "It continues to live for a' great Italy, Fascist and Nazi. Nazism will return for the sal- vation of Italy. It will spring up! again. j the TNT bomb we putj on the train, we wanted lo dem-j onstrate to the nation that are able to put bombs where we j wish, at any hour, in any where and when like." Trade union leaders called an; ciglit-hour general strike throughout Bologna province! and strikes of up to four hours; in the rest of the country to pro- j test the bombing. j A special police anti-terrorist i squad headed the investigation! of the blast and fire that erupt-: ed in the train in a tunnel under) the Appennine mountains early Sunday. Two of the injured werej Americans. Approached Tunnel Gary Leonard Palma. 21, of! HUXTSVILLE, Texas (AP) women and 10 other persons death Aliquippa. Pa., was one'of the Uvo women hos-jhostage. Two of passengers aboard the it approached the tunnel Griffin became Ihe first member of the senate's Re- publican leadership to urge Nixon publicly to resign, al- though oilier Republican of- j ficials have done so previous- ly. He said he believes the I'res- idcnt will follow the course he suggests and offer his resigna- tion. Before entering a committee i meeting in the Capitol. Griffin I read from a hand-written state- I ment on a yellow legal pad and j declined to answer all questions. i Griffin said in a letter to Nixon j released over the weekend that I be would vote to remove Nixon from office if he defied a senate subpeona for Whlie House tapes. "I want you .to know now that if you should defy such a sub- jpoena I shall regard that as an White House lake casl- against im- bcing supplied special to 'he public with a tor U-on Jaworski under aides report, 'month's 8-0 supreme court nil- '''he President reti'irned lo 'ing. Washington Monday from his Mondale also urged thai iiHCaml' retreat in the [proceedings in any mountains, where he ment trial lake place in sPcnt Sunday in confer- and on radio and televisionjcnces wlth and ad- (Continucd: Page 3, Col. 4.1 Jury Choice Is Begun in Nowlin Trial iy Tom Fruehling NEVADA Jury began Monday morning in Story county district court in the murder trial of George Junior visers. Speculation lhat Nixon was P r c p a r i n g an impeachment address was spurred Sunday when he summoned his top two speech writers and his impeach- i ment lawyer to his mountainlop [retreat. i But after a five-hour discus- jsion with spcechwriters Patrick j Buchanan and Ray Price, law- Jamcs Sl- Clair and Nowlin House aides Alexander Haig and Ronald Ziegler, a presiden- tial spokesman said "there will UPI Telepholo "TROJAN HORSE" Prison officials dubbed it a "Trojan Horse" and Justice of the Peace J. W. Beeler termed it a "pretty hell of a good fortress." Both were referring to this shield used by three con- victs in an abortive escape attempt at the Huntsville, Texas, state prison. The shield consisted of lawbooks strapped to blackboards. jVictims' Kin Praise Prison Tactics is still pending from the prison yard said the t IllJIIIlg WI 1T11LI Ihe senate rules eommitlee is Cedar Rapids i hearing specific proposals for overhauling its impeachment A change of venue from Linn trial rules" against what bV isee as an uncertain backdrop what they j senate support for President !considcred Nixon. nol be a speech this week." Not Resigning is on trial here for the March 10J The spokesman, Deputy Press Michael Scrvey, 18, of.Secretary Gerald Warren, also said he knew of no plans for a written presidential statement on impeachment. Senator Goldwater (R-Ariz.) The committee went closed session to hear from nine senators Monday in the first of; two such sessions to take testi- mony before drafting excitement and prejudice" in Linn county which they argued would prohibit a Jnto fair trial. Main Concern The main concern exhibited recom-jby Assistant Linn county Attor- the convicts Harris county (Houston) medi-jfour persons died inside a impeaches Nixon. mendations to be used if thejneys Eugene Kopecky and Rich- passengers aboard the train ki'led during the died and examiner. wounded. j "At time was there any constructed of blackboards and i "Trojan Horse" Carrasco had its I day saying: "In spite of the Troy Standley, an ex-FBI j tragic outcome, from our per-1 shattered i afnt and hufand! sonal standpoint, my family and LJ stood up and Julla Standley, said his fami-jj wjsh to fi s our CQm_' inn i O' was aware of the official poll- nf said. "All of a sudden, the train stopped and there was a loud noise, a blast. The windows and I screaming. "We all tried to run out of train." he said. "Everyone trying to help everyone else." The other American victim, John Maiolano of Wilmington, Del, was released after treat-] ment at the same hospital the nation. .r .uJ'ey said i vas wounded. Mrs. Beseda's husband, R. L. to the grantinS of a thick lawbooks. The shield, de- any illegal freedom to any cap- signed to get Carrasco from the "Trojan Horse" Burks and other officers in- i library to an armored getaway car, iard Pundt in their questioning Meamvhile, there were the prospective jurors was timates within the senate the Story county rcsi- there are neither 67 sure had knowledge of and House G.O.P. Leader John Rhodes of Arizona had suggest- ed that Nixon make a major public address on (he issue. Disclosure that Nixon had called the speechwriters to his secluded compound also fed rumors he was considering re- signing but Warren issued a steadfast denial. the spokesman said. votes for conviction, nor 34 case. needed for acquittal. AU tnej "Nothing has changed." New Strategy (Continued: Page 3, Col. .3.) would be allowed to leave -.u v. the handling of the inmate with prison break and preced- jing events by officials of the Pnsonwalls' Texas department of correc- "If we did not have that poli-jtions." cy, we might as well tear down; gesecja said tnat w j DBS MOINES The walls of all the penal in-jth ison djr commission of the if n 41-ir. nifinn Ctinrl J i Group Suspension for Bromwell juror was ex-; sources as saying Nixon is being at the request] urSed by kcy advisers to adopt viction it will be on a vote [where his foes mustered a clear for i majority but fell short of the'of Kopecky, when he said, "I've a new impeachment defense required two-thirds. Rhodes Delav made up my and admit- ted he could be neither fair nor impartial. posture in which he would ac- Stand- Iowa m ,his associates "handled the situ-lsuPreme court "as recommend- Bologna. 30 miles north of a" with the greatest capabili-N to the cour' 'hat former Sec- accident'site ing Sunday services at the iond district Congressman 1 Presbyterian church. James E. Bromwcll's license to Mrs. Standley was a member; .Th ,vere shoolj (he hos. i practice law be suspended for 13 ElzaStages inside the shield homicidal t Beseda- 
                            

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