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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather-- Partly cloudy, mild tonight and S ii n d a y. Lmvs tonight in low lids. High Sunday in low 80s. VOLUME 92 - NUMBER 227 iffi ninth CITY FINAL 15 CENTS CEDAR RAPIDS. IOWA. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1974 ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES Exchange Warnings On Cyprus By Associated Press The Greek Cypriot president of Cyprus, Glafcos derides, Saturday threatened guerilla war against Turkish invasion troops if a crisis solution is not forthcoming. Turkish Information Minister Orhan Birgit said Turkish forces would take “every necessary measure” to counter a guerilla campaign. Such attacks, he said, would create “a dangerous and grave situation” and “delay the demilitarization of the island and peace.” Sources familiar with Turkish military plans and thinking said Turkish reaction to guerilla war would be harsh and merciless. Birgit said Turkey sincerely hopes derides will not follow up his threat. Rejects Renewal The exchange of threats came after Greece rejected renewing the tripartite Cyprus peace talks in Geneva. Foreign Minis t e r George Mavros said Greece will instead back a Soviet proposal for an 18-nation conference. derides met in Athens Saturday with Greek President Constantine Caramanlis to discuss the fate of Greek Cypriot refugees. Caramanlis promised Greece would cover the needs of the estimated 150.000 Greek Cypriots who have been displaced from their home by the invasion and arc seeking refuge in the south. I The Greek government statement said more than 1.500 tons of foodstuffs have been shipped to Cyprus and another 850 tons : are scheduled for shipment within a few days. U. S. Stand The Commerce Ministry announced that Greek shipowners' have contributed more than $100 million to the government for. the Cyprus cause. In Washington. Secretary of; State Kissinger told a Greek-! American delegation Friday I that the U. S. favors continued independence for Cyprus. George Douris of New York said Kissinger denied any pro-Turkish bias by the state department. “The secretary told, us he’d do everything possible] to bring about a solution consistent with Greek honor and Greek national dignity,” Douris; said. Although the U. S. has never taken a position favoring partition of Cyprus, department officials have publicly endorsed “a greater degree of autonomy" for its Turkish minority. Not Considered A department spokesman, Robert Anderson, said the U. S. is not considering a shift in NATO military' defenses because of Greece’s military withdrawal from the alliance. Turkish Premier Bulent Ece-vit had said his country could compensate for any resulting weakness in U. S. defenses in the Mediterranean. “We consider Greece an important and valuable member of the alliance and we are not thinking of any alternative means of protecting its southern flank.” Anderson said in response. Today s Index Ford: Monitor Group Is Only the Beginning WASHINGTON (AP) — Pres-] He promised to hold the line ident Ford Saturday signed a'on federal spending and said bill creating a special council to there would undoubtedly be monitor wages and prices but other remedies coming out of emphasized that it was not “an the economic summit scheduled instant answer or an immediate for late next month. panacea” to counter inflation. “This battle has to be won He said the Council on Wage and will be won,” Ford said. and Price Stability Act was only, H e praised congress and labor a beginning in the fight against for cooperating in the battle to spiraling costs. I curb inflation. The President won quick con- The task force created by the bill he signed is to expose abuses in wages and prices. But, unlike the original council established He reiterated Saturday that]in 1971 by President Nixon, it the administration would not cannot impose ceilings. seek to reinstate wage and price' It will gather information on controls. causes of inflation, and will jaw- “WU1 Be Won” * bone — or try to persuade — ti j u j L-ii • I unions and businesses to take no He described the bdl as mom- toring legislation to give gut- costs dance in very broad terms to management and labor so they. As and Rush don’t take advantage of a free The bill sets up a staff of economy in this critical situa- about 25 at a cost of $i million. gressional passage of the bill, which he requested two weeks ago. tion.” The council will include Roy -j Ash, director of the Office of ! Management and Budget, and btaVS Kenneth Rush, presidential eco-7 I nom ic counselor. Ash told a Wall Street luncheon that the new administration would “cool the fevers of intlation even if it generates (AP) — Fed- more unemployment than we’d like.” Representatives of ll million] elderly Americans told Ford in Jurist OTays Ban of Fund Impound rn s/1 ii* UPI Telephoto WASHINGTON eral officials may continue to impound highway funds until an appeals court has ruled on the „„ ^ ., question. Supreme Court Justice j®™.'*! »««* 1 ™ ct , 1 "? F , ri ' lay Thurgood Marshall has decided. , f, ls c „ ,er ' Marshall's order Friday set r0 £, ^ or °J^ er people, aside temporarily a decision F? ecu,lye Dl ' ec ' or •>»<* 0s ; May 7 bv U. S. District Judge y \ \ l c ^ atian al Robert Hemphill in Columbia, Council on Aging quoted F Ord as S. C.,that blocked the govern- say ‘ n S hc ' s reviewing problems ment from withholding highway °* tae a 8 ed -funds for South Carolina. Summit Pledge Hemphill said the impound-; He sajd Ford , edgcd jn . ments were unconstitutional and c|ude a of thc el . President Ford shares a laugh with Douglas Woodruff, president of the American Assn. of Retired Persons, during a meeting the Chief Executive held at the White House with representatives of senior-citizen organizations. Examiner: Police Suspect Hideout Of Patty Hearst SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Wounded Knee Attorneys Jailed; Courtroom Brawl In- Marshal Still Hasn't Given Nixon Subpoena LOS ANGELES IAP) - The illegal, but the government has appealed to the U. S. court of derly at the economic summit. Mary Mullen, 74. of Laguna appeal!) in Richmond, Va. Mar- Bcach Ca)if president of the shads order will remain in effect until that court has ruled. U. S. Solicitor General Robert ! N a t i o n a I Assn. of Retired Teachers, said Ford “seemed , sincere in making every effort Burk requested the order, say- , 0 , |0 ^ some of , he mg impoundment 5 of appropre prob|cms „ #f senior cjtjzcns and a cd fun s are a set led P rac '. prom jsed to keep his door open flee in fighting inflation. [ Q them South Carolina officials filed Tht , delegatjon of c]derly suit in 19/2 challenging the high- Americans, jokingly presented way impoundments. if - ord 6 , wjth a gold<ncased hiM^ I magnifying glass. Coincide* finding that impound-1 (a j| ] ess t |, an an hour later the ments disrupted long-range; ncar . sightcd P r es i de n t was highway planting The govern-measured for intact lenses, ment official said the practice; other developments Friday: •merely extends the period over. Comm( , ntinB „„ offer of which the plan will be complet- Michlgan Gov wmiam Mjm . ken’s official summer home at lit ■ [j, Mackinac Island, Press Secre- Warning Issued on ‘ray Jerald terHorst said Ford Space Saver Tires ( * oes not p* an t0 ta ^ e a summcr ; vacation this year. AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Citing Ford told the farm family of two deaths and 17 injuries, the the year. Mr. and Mrs. Julian B. F. Goodrich Co. has warned Fowler, who live near Fair-owners of its Space Saver spare banks, that he hoped -lo visit tires to inflate them ‘‘strictly Alaska before the end of the according to operating instruc-iyear. The trip would presumes." ably be part of a previously-an- A company spokesman said nounced journey to Japan Friday that deviation from the__ instructions “could result in . . .. - -.» * serious personal injury.” In J0II TOT I heft, The Space Saver, invented in ii I D LL J 1967, usually comes uninflated liOm© IS KOU DBO and must be inflated with a BEDFORD, England (UPI) — special pressurized air contain- The judge gave Alan Parker a er, the spokesman said. 12-month suspended sentence Owners sometimes inflate it for theft Friday after Parker with air hoses, a habit that can told the court his home was bur-cause Space Savers to rupture, glarized while he was in jail he added. awaiting sentence. ST. PAUL (AP) — The eight-;brought a .snicker from someone uoctirtMfore eau Tnwfhnr nf ro°nth-old Wounded Knee trial in thc audience. Nichol ordered ,, s „ Quentinconvict mav be ex P 1(Kjcd Friday as Defense At- marshals to remove spectators U s marshaI refuses to say hiding Patricia Hearst and two !° rn P, william Kuns ^'' an< ? fr0m onc r° w of ““**• Tt >e why a sub P° ona sct * ,n K formcr other Svmbionese Liberation ane were and spectators, most of them AIM President Nixon’s testimony in Army fugitives in thc Los An- ^pec'at 0 ^ and federal marshals geles arca, it was reported Fri'Crtr^ “ members, refused to budge, a Watergate cover-up trial has fc« vin « marshals t0 haul them not been served, even as a sec- d< :, ir V aminn r Kunst,er and k* 1 * si* 01 Fri -! The marshals and spectators ond 1S reported on the ‘hr>l day night in ,he city jai1 but n0 .began fighting and Kunstler and wa >’-wanted d trio went to the con l Sp€Ctat0rs were arrestcd - The iLane began shouting at Nichol. laos Angeles Marshal Gaylord On Watch WASHINGTON (AP) - Pentagon officials kept close watch during the last days of Richard Nixon’s presidency to make certain no military units became involved in the process of removing him from office, informed sources said Saturday. They said Secretary of Defense Schlesingcr and the joint chiefs of staff kept close watch to make certain no orders were given military units outside the normal chain of command. They said the action was designed specifically to assure that no order would go to any units for any sort of action against congress during the time between a house vote for impeachment and a senate trial. Past Behavior The Boston Globe said Schles-inger was in frequent communication with Secretary of State Kissinger and the White House chief of staff, Alexander Haig. It quoted one source as saying the one concern was Nixon s past behavior “during vidlcnt military action.” When navy warships mined Haiphong harbor in LT72, the Globe's source said, Nixon cultivated the image of a man “who might do anything.” “If the Russians thought he might do anything, that was fine with him,” the source said. “Never Indication” m™ S 1 .MnS AnnllP^I^P 1 cf court after a shoutin 8 i yelled Kunstler over the com-1 gate subpoena since he received IfwhSch s*^^ With U ' S ' District Judge motion it by mail Monday from Wash- werc slain Fred Nichol. Nichol responded angrily, “I mgton. It was obtained by attor- ™ They were released Saturday did not bring it on! You brought neys for John Ehrlichman. Nixing paper said police have afu?r a long meeting of Kenneth it on and you know very well on’s former domestic adviser. S^’ 0ne ^!Sf i Ll ef ^ e t !ri y#U , did ’ Mf KunStler Y0U The marshal, asked on Friday uS cohor:s - Wlth Nlcho1 - The judse.make one more statement like about the status of the subnoe- neighborhood (or Miss Hears! sa , d b ( . would make a statement that and you're going to lad ” „ , . in .imni., h-™ m.™ and Rill and Fmilv Harris a y w J d “- i na, said Simply I have no COITl- B1U aIKl Lmily Harris ’ .J Monday. “you might as well send us, ment until s ervice is com Dlet- However, the Examiner said The melee began with judge/* replied Kunstler, who ^ •» Earlierin thc week he said that if such a hideout exists, j Kunstler questioning an Ameri- was echoed by Lane. he was neizotiatinc with’Nixon’s authorities have not found it. can Indian Movement deserter,; Nichol, his face flushed, or-Representatives on “a mutual The Examiner story by Ed Louis Moves Camp, who ap- dered the attorneys removed. agreement on time and place Montgomery, Pulitzer Prize-win- peared as a rebuttal witness in The fighting continued until a f or service” of tho subpoena -ning investigative reporter, said the trial of AIM Leaders Russell marshal sprayed a chemical lr- which must be serv ed to Nixon the Harrises visited the black Means and Dennis Banks, ac-; r jt an t at one non-moving pro- personally convict and his brother in prison; cused of assault, larceny and tester. and became acquainted with the conspiracy in connection with sa j c j j n a telephone inter- Ofter Subpoena prisoner’s mother. Neither the the 71-day armed occupation ofi v i e w from his cell that a deputy Meanwhile, in Charlotte, N. identity of the convict nor de-; Wounded Knee, S. D., last year, marshal punched him in the C., Attorney George Daly filed tails of his crime were revealed. | Kunstler asked a question that eye He said he was treatod by notice in U. S. district court that a physician. “I can barely see Ae would take a deposition from out of my left eye,” he added. Nixon Sept. 24 in Santa Ana, A jailer, however, said he saw Calif. no reddening of the eye and I A copy of the notice was sent there were no marks on Lane’s lo the clerk of the U. S. district face. ! court in Santa Ana, where ar- __rangements are to be made to Safe Landing deliver the subpoena to Nixon TAMPA (AP) — An Eastern Da! Y represents about 25 anti- J t , ... ..ll in thn'rtatter 'and Yl'eht AM*** jumbo jet with 160 pas- war Protesters who claim they son said Saturday that he was gutter and rigni — ,—, , . , . Jror. iiinoaiiv nv^inH/wi from a 4 . . ... • ■ . un front of rn ■hogtied like an animal during he sajd a 36-hour ordeal in which his ab-, Wjt|) on|y a quar f er m bin---------------- ductors demanded but failed to pocket, not enough for lh/' long get $250,000 ransom Idistance toll. Patterson made a attorneys were held for con- “Judge, you brought this on,”;Campbell has held the Water- $250,000 Try Fails; Kidnap Victim Free PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Kid- township Friday night, he was naped Executive Edward Patter- pushed blindfolded out of a car in front of me was a Phone sengers Iandod safe, y in Tampa »» e « a,, y excluded from a after an engine conked out dur- ^ y * ,ra ! iam € l a y rally at the mg a non-stop flight from New Charlotte Coliseum Oct. 15, 1971 (Continued: Page 2, Col. 5.) Patterson, 45, said that, when allect call home and an FBI he was finally released un- agent answered the phone, harmed in suburban Springfield Patterson said he spent most . _:-—- j of the time blindfolded and tied - || up in “some sort of building” $100,000 Scheme Co apses*-* “ “ ““ "T ^ . I W f f I ^ No arn ,. s havr been made _ Church Page .. .......3 Comics .......5 ( 'toss w ort! .5 Daily Record ...... 2 Deaths 2 Editorial Features 4 Financial ......... I Marion I Movies ... ti Sports 7.8 Television 8 Want Ads ........... 10-13 NEEDHAM. Mass. (AP) -Two armed men wearing stocking masks held a bank manager’s wife and 2-year-old daughter hostage and forced him to clean out his bank’s vault of an estimated $100,000. But thc scheme collapsed as an off-duty fireman spotted the bandits escaping from the manager’s home and another found the money before thc robbers could pick it up. The episode began Friday morning when Stephen George. 37, left for work. Police said two men waiting outside his front door forced him back inside and made him lie on the floor while they played a tape recordng giving him instructions. Mrs. George. 27. was tied up and left on the bed Their daughter was left to her own devices. All the telephones were ripped out. The recording directed George to drive to the bank, open the vault and put all the money — except coins and $! bills — in his wife’s suitcase. He was told to take the suitcase and two tellers with him to a dropoff point described on a note in an envelope he was to open after leaving the bank. After George left for the bank, the robbers took off for the pickup point But Fireman James Hopkins, a next-door neighbor, saw the men running from the house, telephoned police and gave chase Ship Company and Its Chief in Guilty Pleas CLEVELAND (AP) — The explanation for a $25,(XKI con-American Ship Building Co and tribution by the company to campaign and The sources said the action was merely normal contingency planning “in the event of improbable circumstances.” “There was never the slightest indication from within or without the military establishment of any thought of involvement by the military in any action contrary to the constitutional processes,” they said. The action by Schlesinger and the joint chiefs was based on hypothetical situations that could arise during the period when Nixon’s hold on the presidency was not clear, the sources said. A defense department spokesman quoted Schlesinger as saying: “In keeping with my statutory responsibilities, I did assure myself that there would be no question about the proper constitutional and legislative chain of command, and there was never any question.” Never Arose The sources said the hypothetical circumstances never arose and thc normal lines of communication functioned well during the period of transition. They said no special meetings were held between the secretary and the joint chiefs to make plans for tightening the lines of authority. Instead word was passed that no military commander would take an order that came from the White House or elsewhere that did not come down through military channels. No evidence turned up of any plot of any kind involving the military, the sources said. Nixon’s 1972 Al thc bank. George and the , Pierson was abducted about two tellers filled the suitcase Thursday as he drove into . ' jattmpting to influence and in- with money and left for the lh « Parking lot of the Arthur H live officer, George Slembren- , |midat( . company employes pickup spot, a dirt road near ;Thomas Co. from his Haddon- nor, pled guilty Friday of con- m t 0 giving the explanation to Massachusetts 128, the super- N.J., home He is a vic*e-| S pi r a C y to violate federal clee- the FBI and a federal grand president of the firm, which dis- tion campaign contribution jury. tributes scientific equipment laws American Ship also pled Two men, one armed with a They were charged in an in-,guilty of contributing illegally to] revolver, ordered him into their dictment April 5 with contribut-lthe campaign of Rep. Charles! car and drove att, J mg illegally to the campaigns of Mosher (R-Ohio) in 1970 First word of the incident former President Nixon and in- Corporations are barred byj j came an hour later when a n- j ftuential members of congress. law from contributing to polit!-!other vice-president, Roland;Both had previously pled in-cal campaigns. (Continued: Page 2, Col. 8.) nocent. ] Sentencing was delayed by J highway circling Boston. Tho bandits had placed a small American flag at the spot, and George tossed out the suitcase, tore up the note as he had been instructed, and drove away. Minutes later, Boston Fireman John O'Malley, and Terence Riley, 17, drove past the spot, saw the suitcase stopped and picked it up. They drove to a gasoline station and called state police, who recovered the money. “We were rich for 15 minutes,” Riley said, Yoflai i's (It tick Ic Bigamy is the only crime on the books where two rites make a wrong. copyright Steinbrenner is general Judge Ijeroy Contie pending a partner in the New York Yan- pre sentence investigation kees baseball team. Bauer said the maximum pen- Assistant U S. Attorney Rob alty for Steinbrenner would be a ort Bauer said Steinbrenner, 43, $15,000 fine and six years in also pled guilty to a new crimei prison and the maxium for the nal information accusing him of ..company would be a $20,000 devising a false and misleading fine. Man Is Nurse Of the Year CHICAGO (AP) - A man has beaten out 140 registered women nurses at Swedish Covenant hospital here in being named Nurse of the Year. Steven Kaufman, 26, was voted the honor by interns and resident doctors. Kaufman, connected with the hospital for six years, was appointed one of five nursing supervisors in 1972, the first man named to such a position in the hospital's 87-year history “I was surprised and very honored to be voted Nurse of the Year,” said Kaufman, whose wife works at the hospital is a doctor’s .secretary.
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