Cedar Rapids Gazette, September 18, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette

September 18, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa W eat h er~ F a i r tonight and Thursday with lows tonight in the mid 50s. Highs Thursday, around 80. VOLUME 92 — NUMBER 252 '•ethic CITY FINAL 15 CENTS CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1974 ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES Terrorists Surrender To Palestinian Group “For 60 hours we had no food, no water and no bed. It was a1 horrible experience,” Senard ; told newsmen Wednesday. “In all they shot 25 bullets at BULLETIN DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) -Three Japanese terrorists who occupied the French embassy in the Hague landed in Damascus Wednesday and sur- office ceiling and into the rendered to Palestinian gueril- ^oor nex^ *° my shoes, las, an airport spokesman an- Menard sa^-: nounced.    ln    Damascus, a spokesman _I    said that a ramp requested by DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) - lhe gunmen was put at the Three Japanese terrorists who I aircraft’s front exit, apparently I occupied *the French embassy in slouching off a premature sur-The Hague for four: days landed render report. in Damascus Wednesday. A m the doors remained shut government, spokesman ' said and. thc ramP was removed | they were considering a Syrian-again five minutes later at the; offer to surrender in exchange terrorists request, the spokes for safe conduct to any country man sa*d-of their choice.    Batteries Recharged The terrorists flew from Am- The spokesman said ncgotia-sterdam after releasing their- tions continued with a Syrian nine remaining hostages. A vol- general and the terrorists while unteer crew of two Dutchmen the planes batteries were being | and a Briton flew the Boeing recharged, i727.    ;    Dutch Justice Minister Dries! In The Hague, the French am- van Agt said one of the terror-1 (bassador, Jaques Senard, said,ists was wounded in a gun bathe and IO other hostages “lived tie with police Friday, and it! jat gunpoint” during their four was believed he was rapidly days of captivity.    getting worse. Van Agt said that ————   jwas probably why the trio agreed to accept §300,000 instead of the SI million they1 demanded. The three Red Army men who invaded the French embassy in the Dutch capital Friday took Senard, eight other men and two, young women employes hostage. WASHINGTON (AP) — Spe- They demanded the release of cial prosecutor Leon Jaworski j Yutaka Furuya, a Red Army is about to test the limits of an member arrested in France agreement for delivery of White I seven weeks before, and a Boc-House tapes and documents to ing 707 jct to take the four of Richard Nixon by seeking some Them to a destination of their of them for Watergate prosecu-' choice. ti°ns-    I    Added Demand A list of requested documents and tapes is in preparation at j Nixon Tapes Pac! Tested Jaworski ...    .    .    ,I    . i ., ,    ,    ,          I,    .    i    I,..................  , “It should be understood,” R\/    I * wr> PC lr I ile„L    „MP,K L,    Ford    declared,    “Ida,    .he    sec y     INTEGRATION    VIGIL    —    A boy wearinq a riot helmet otters sortie of his ooocorn to one of the retary of state has my full support and the unquestioned backing of the American people.” There was a scattering of applause. Discussing what the U. S. is willing to do to help hungry nations, Ford said food aid abroad con-rknown    to have turned himself    Border stations have been told    would be increased    this    year by in on Tuesday.    to allow any draft dodgers or    an unspecified amount    and thc the prosecutor    s office,    a spokes-    ^omL^r^hurThe    TeTT^ists"^!^1    Ford’s    conditivia1 amnesty    under    the    Ford    program, a    John    Barry, 22. turned him-deserters on their wanted lists    U. S is “prepared    to join in a man    for    Jaworski    Said    Sunday    added    the    money    de-    plan    ,eaves    a    looPhole    through    deserter    who    chooses    to    return    self in    to federal authorities in    ;to enter the country after giving    .worldwide_ Furuya was brought to Schi-phol airport and the plane was pensation ...____......... jail.    public    service.    jible, he is required to sign a Although the French govern- They concede it would be pos- realfirmation of allegiance to marks ,he firs! I men! refused to pay. the terror- sible for such deserters to get the United States, and a pledge counsel, Philip Buchen when th list is completed. Election in Britain Set For Oct. 10 LONDON (AP) - Prime Minister Harold Wilson Wednesday called a national election for Oct. IO that is virtually certain to be fought out on ways to control Britain’s soaring cost of living. An announcement from Wilson’s office at No. IO Downing St. said Queen Elizabeth ll would dissolve parliament Friday for the three-week campaign. The new parliament will convene Oct. 29 and the party with the most members in the 635-seat house of commons will form Britain’s next government. Wilson’s i^aborites, former Prime Minister Edward Heath’s opposition Conservatives and Jeremy Thorpe’s small middle-road Liberals Monday will begin a daily round of nationally-televised press conferences. Rival Approaches Spokesmen for all three parties agreed that the major issue would be rival approaches on how to arrest Britain’s rate of inflation, now nearing 20 percent annually. In calling the election, Wilson is gambling with his political life. Opinion polls are inconclusive, with some showing a narrow lead for his party. He is aware that public opinion can shift radically during the campaign and is fond of saying “a week is a long time in politics.” In 1970. Wilson called an election when enjoying a comfortable lead in the polls, only to be upset by Heath's Conservatives four weeks later. Heath fell into the same trap last February, calling for a ballot when polls showed him ahead, only to lose on election day. Indecisive Vote The February vote was indecisive, giving Labor the most commons seats but depriving it of a working majority. Wilson now' seeks a mandate to push through his party’s controversial program of economic recovery. including higher taxes, on the rich and more nationalization of private industry. Thc parties differ in their approach to inflation. Labor wants voluntary wage controls and some statutory price controls. The Conservatives say statutory control of both wages and prices may be needed if voluntary restraints fail. The Liberals, who have not held power since World war I, seek to build a middle ground. They trebled their vote to six million in February, largely from public dissatisfaction with the two major parties, but won only 14 seats in commons. In another close election they could be the balance of power and form a coalition with either Labor or Conservatives. Nuclear-Curb Talks Resumed GENEVA (AP) - U. S. and Soviet negotiators Wednesday launched a new effort to achieve, possibly by next year, a wide-ranging accord limiting each others nuclear overkill capacities. After a half-year recess, they had a two-hour-and-40-minutc opening session in the new round of their super secret strategic arms limitation talks — SALT IL Report Selassie Is Hospitalized ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — Unconfirmed reports Wednesday said deposed Emperor Haile Selassie is in weak condition from a hunger strike and has been admitted to a military hospital. He is 82. Spokesmen of the ruling military council denied the reports. programs aimed at overcoming He sought to kill the rider health and safety act UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. (AP) — President Ford, pledging increased food shipments abroad, told the U. N. General Assembly Wednesday that “a global strategy for food and energy is urgently required.” In his first appearance before the world organization, Ford said the alternative to cooperation is confrontation. “Let us not delude ourselves,” he said. “Failure to cooperate on oil. food and inflation could spell disaster for every nation represented in this room. The United Nations must not and need not allow this to occur. A global strategy for food and energy is urgently required.” Ford departed from his prepared text to underscore support for Secretary of State Kissinger, who w as disturbed Tuesday by reports that a “transition recommendation” to Ford urged that the secretary be stripped of his role as the President’s assistant for national security affairs. —UPI Telephoto INTEGRATION VIGIL — A boy wearing a riot helmet otters some ot his popcorn to one ot the policemen keeping vigil around South Boston high school, where black pupils are being bused by court order. Attendance continues low. Amnesty Loophole for Deserters WASHINGTON (AP)—Defense ing legally officials acknowledge that Presi-'tracts. enforceable national serves.’ system of food re- Wednesday. Thc request is to be ^and^savlnelt wouId"be"corn    which returning Victnam-cra de-    must turn himself    in to his :Sal1    Francisco. Barry, who had    them a copy    of Ford’s amnesty establish and maintain an inter- delivered to President Ford’s Indium” for Furuya’s time injurs could escape alternate    military service. If    found dig- never registered for the    draft,    I proclamation. Pass to U.S. Ford added that “each nation The grace period is aimed at musj determine for itself how it lime since the tapes agrement j isis ’ released    will, no greater price than    |0 faithfully complete a ’periSd^    ,.nis who|c    “ta    FBI “JSM with Nixon was announced Sept. hostacp(. par]v Monfjav flnH POn-    an undesirable discharge.    0f public duty of 24    months or    whole mess    is not    amnesty, but    inc    tm conceded (Photo on Picture Puce) „,, . ,    ...    ..    hostages    early Monday and con- an unaesiraoie arsenate. ,of public duty of 24 months or    ™    “    ""    “."“'TJ’C'u    "'J    lr.    Thc    Pretidcnt said the U. S. 8 that Jauorski has sought some ,jnued ,0 neg0,ja,e with Uutch The same loophole does notjiess, as determined by his mill- ^ ^    life    '    '    to allow exiles to visit their would ”set for,h our comPrc' of the materials scheduled to be1 ffj j , b . j h n    exist    for    draft    evaders,    who    tary    service.    the rest ot my life.    to allow exiles lo visit uieir    proposa]s..    (o    mMl sent to a vault near Nixon’s San    nigh| a poHce bus would remain subject to pnKe- At this point, his service fore-1 FrMefseo fromTSa to Uke Apprehension. ”    present    and future world needs (Clemente estate. at the November World Food No one in Jaworski’s had known in advance Sept. 8 agreement w< office three terrorists The men boarded the bus and driven along a heavily goes prosecution and hands the , k Fonj., off b , bc However, attorney John USS, Conference in Rome undesirable discharge wgs cautious Bm|c sajd .., a 27-year-old draft evader from    prcs    dom sci .....  an    "ext    calls for the lvant t0 look at it a ,ot morc New York who has become a . . . r man to report to his state sc- (.inselv If they want rea^nnihlp Canadian citizen, said in an in- v .. v ...    r. gon lawyers were aware of the , ,    .    ..    ,    uosuy. ii inty warn reasonanie .    *    ..    guide    a    g    obal approach u , u t a .    „    lective    service director    within ^rvim    rpacrmahu    work    i’m    terview on Tuesday    that draft8 . I escape hatch for deserters,    or lc .    ...    ,    ._____ service,    reasonaDie    worn.    im    /    and    energy    problems: whether it was overlooked in *vs his discharge to interested. I wouldn’t mind dodgers and deserters still run ”°,use spokesman_in-;t0 lhe four.story embassy, and'law if ,hcy reneged on pledges man an pleated fhat Jaworski is seeking six , ,he rcmaininR ninc hos. lo perform alternate service.    ,    ,    ,    h ^    Ncw    york    who    has    become    a    *•» W",h    s 'tapes came out, followed by the H * “»elear whether Penta- mI"e,0P'r tL hi st ,. *!:“ck „a    .    nad.al    ,-i*    ,    n    laid    in?„    in    Pr‘nciP'cs    which lycr over access to the matcri- ,urn„ *—c The President set forth four he said should to food ce of the WCrea J"S a I® (ha    (heir    haste    to    meet    Ford    s    re-    arrange    for Pcrformance of a1- worklns at Napa stale hospita, a risk in making such a visit. First all nations must sub- nrknd nut d    highway    to the airport..    ternate    service,”    ... ,injn0 anvihina in whirl, I    the staff at AMIdX-t'an- stantially increase production, between Benton Becker^ prbr6 ®,her 'h«e hostages    Bu,,    by that point, the re- ^t1°Z 3£?J£? * ada- - ~ pub.isbed here;Jus, U, maintain the present vate Washington lawyer aet,ng ^ ,akon irm ,he Cm‘,urned dcsertcr ««w»lly has The justice department- said y S «*»•    draft    standards    of    living    the world Tor Ford, and Nixon’s attorney.    •    ♦    »u ♦    •    ♦    become    a civilian, and defense draft evaders like Bittie may rtaters and deserters whO|niust almost (*ouble its output of j Herbert Miller.    h    d    the terrorists    Beyond    Reach    offidaJs    say they cannot cite I re-enter the country without about Ford’s Pr°8ram not food and cner«y •• • The agreement calls <m Nixon ,°frrie - e    K    n    ^    The    problem    arises    because    uny    applicable    legal penalty if fear of arrest for 15 days. (Continued: Page 3, Col. 5.) I Second, all nations must seek to provide any materials sub-j^ ^ the flight crew boarded if«ur»>m6, poenaed for criminal or civilly ambassador was (he last to beyond the reach of militaryIwalte away from the job he is , court Inals but places them a1-, as Kuruva was brought law once discharged. And law- given. most completely under his cue- s aijoa^    ‘    yers say they know of no fed-    I    risoners    Freed tody and permits him to chal- 1---leral civil law the deserters Ford’s clemency program has ilenge any subpoena in court. j'    would violate if they then either,temporarily freed most of the Tile anangement    en-    Totfflti'.v C fjliclwli* teiled to report for alternate 95 Vietnam-era draft evaders in Prized as a ■•disaster” by one:    »    service or left their assigned federal prisons, but some may prosecution source. “What if    lhe United .States is still the j0bs before their time was up. [)c back Nixon says he can t find what bind opportunity anyone, pentagon officials say signed we want. or gets seriously ill or can become a taxpayer even dies?” the source said. . . Suspend Bromwell s License To Practice Vote Abortion, Busing Curbs The Iowa supreme    court n    .,    ,,    Wednesday suspended the law pledges to complete alternate, J>cai^e to some. Ford s offer license of former Second district copvrtg.    j    1    ,    ,    ,    alternative service    in lieu    Congressman    James Bromwell service are not considered bind-of iail was no Hifferem than'!    c,“ ___________Ja,‘ Wds ,no auierent man ,n connection with his failure to j what    they refused to do    before    fjje state ancj    federal income tax jthcy    were imprisoned.    They    returns for    the years 1965 isaid    they owed the nation no    thrruiffh iq7‘> service for refusing to fight in    ,    ,. t    ! what they called an immoral    ? a sevca'Pa8e optm°n. the WASHINGTON (AP) — Theiracial imbalance,    and another    with a tabling    motion but lost war.    justices noted their decision fol- jsenate Wednesday passed a $33- would deny    use    of    federal funds    50-34. The rider    then was adopt-j Steve Bezich of    Chicago was    *owed precedent in    similar billion appropriations bill curb- his fiscal year for abortions un- ed on a voice vote.    >ne. He refused to leave the cases ^at rcvocalten °* a ing use of federal funds for less needed to save the life of Bartlett said abortions were federal reformatory at El Reno !,aw liccnse ma* ** neceSsary in abortions or school busing for the mother.    offensive to many persons and iokla., saying he wouldn’t accept    ,hc futurc “ifthis action    fails as desegregation. The vote was 77j However,    it    was uncertain    taxpayer funds    should not be anything short    of complete    a de,errent to 12.    whether    either    rider,    would    sur-    used for so controversial a pur- amnesty.    Bromwell,    54,    of    1920 Ridge- The bill, providing funds for,vive the senate-house confer- pose.    way drive SE, pled guilty in most of the government’s do- enee on the legislation.    J    Busing Rider    Ur    °U* S    Cedar Rapids federal court to a mestic social programs, was cut    Mainly    Modloaid    *    .    others    who    did    leave    charge of failing to file a feder- §419 million below the adminis-    ^ f busing lider, sponsored said they would return rather al return for 1969, a year the In tuition budget request and $297 The abortion ban would apply by Sen Helms (R N. CV), and than accept alternative service, ternal Revenue Service claims million below the house total, j principally to Medicaid, thc adopted 45-42, reversed the cus-| Attorney General Saxbe had he had gross income of $137,669. , Such reductions have been un- ^a^b Pegram f<>r    welfare re-jtomary senate stand on    this    ordered the imprisoned draft    Bromwell conceded, in a writ-; Although he admitted he failed precedented in recent years. ,c‘P‘cnts and othcr poor families, issue. Busing foes hailed it as at    evaders released Tuesday on 30    ten stipulation to the court’s to file in    those years, Bramwell Normally the senate has voted S°nal°r Bartlett    (R-Okla.), least a symbolic victory.    day furloughs to give them time    grievance committee, that he contends    he owes no taxes.! ■considerably more than th<‘ sP°nsor *he rider,    said he un-1 Rut supporters of busing    pro-    to appeal their sentences to a    willfully and knowingly failed to “Neither    this committee nor the ■President asked and the houseiderstood    paid    for    grams noted that the Nixon ad-newly created clemency board. Tile state and federal returns for|c 0u r t makes any finding! (Hound    abortions    in    14    or    15    states.    But    ministration said repeatedly Presumably that board might tbe eight years.    whether tax is owing in any of IIH" ITV Ut    I    ^     C    .    fit    .    „    „    ^    ,_t    I    I    _    _    I L    4    <    ,1    «.!■• <%t I* >    T    MjIiT    am    f    i    I    St    im    #1    I    ■    .    ”    ,    .    ,    ,    *    .    . the above years, the opinion said. James Bromwell to achieve a level of prices which not only provides an incentive to producers but which consumers can afford ... By confronting consumers with production restrictions, artificial pricing and the prospect of ultimate bankruptcy, producers will eventually become the victims of their own actions. Third, all nations must avoid the abuse of man’s fundamental needs for the sake of narrow national or bloc advantage. The attempt by any country to use one commodity for political purposes will inevitably tempt other countries to use their commodities for their own purposes. Fourth, the nations of thc world must assure that the poorest among us are not overwhelmed by rising prices of thc imports necessary for their sur-ivival. The traditional aid donors (Continued: Page 3, Col. 4.) Today s Index 18 Months derstood Medicaid abortions in 14 or 15 states. But ministration said repeatedly! Presumably that board might a spokesman for Planned Par-that virtually no federal funds ruje that some inmates must Added as Riders    enthood said at least 26 states were used to implement court spend time doing public service But this year the bill’s spoil- allowed abortions under the pro- busing orders. Normally local work jn jjcu 0f completing their1    susPenslon begins imme-    strong    Words sors said they were determined gram    funds have paid for the’busing, sentences.    diately. He will be eligible to The court added strong word* ! to hold down federal spending The federal government pays They also said that several Early reports indicated the app,v for ^statement after 18 reganhnK Bromwell, although! and help the fight on inflation 50 to 83 percent of the cost of senators who would have op-clemency offer wasn’t faring months    pointing out that under both The busing and abortion sec- Medicaid. It pays the biggest posed the rider were absent. much better with those who had l he court also suspended!state and federal law failure to lions were added Tuesday as share in low-incomc states.    Also    Tuesday,    thc    senate    avoided    prison by leaving the ^ law license of a Sioux City ^je a tax return jS a m^sj riders to the original bill.    Senator    Hathaway    (D-Maine),    turned back three attempts tofcountry.    attorney, Donald Sylvester. demeanor charge. One rider would bar use of opposing the amendment, said it exempt large numbers of small    ^    suspension begins Oct. I, and lie “Here,’’ said the court 1 any federal funds for busing discriminated against the poor businesses from the 1970 job    ‘    may apply for reinstatement! draft evader was after six months. Only one Comics..... .......7D Crossword 7D Daily Record 3A Deaths ............ ......3 A Editorial Features 6A, 7A Farm ........... .......7C Financial ......... .. . KID Marion ............. ........4C Movies.......... 12C Society 12IM5B Sports ........ . ID-6D State .. 1C-3U Television 10B, DB Want Ads ....... . I2D-15D (Continued: Page 3, Col. 7.) ;