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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 22, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Look at Individualized lnsl.ru.cl.ion (In Section A) U.N. Hoii.se Tour, Symphony Wc.ch (In Section C) Section Weather- Sunny indny, Iiighs CDs. Fair Sunday, nlghi lows near I'arlly Siliiuy Monday, liiglis (15 lo VOLUME 92 CITY FINAL 35 CENTS ___________CKDAIUtAPIDS, IOWA, SUNDAY, SEPTICMUKIl 22, 1974 ASSOCIATED PKKSS, ITI, NEW YORK TIMES WASHINGTON (AP) About one-third of the 52 nuclear power reactors in the U. S. will have to shut down to determine if there are cracks in their cooling systems, the Atomic En- ergy Commission said Saturday. An AEC spokesman said no safety hazard is involved. In another development, a nu clear safely specialist working with the AEC lias resigned his job because he says the publi docs not know the truth about "potentially dangerous" atomic power plants. Carl Ilocevar, 34. who worked at the AEC's Idaho safely re- search center, said in a tele- phone interview Saturday he re- signed "because 1 don't think the AEC is putting enough em- phasis on safely as it should be. Keactor Safety "I just had this frustrated feeling and Iliink I can do more for reader safely by joining with the safety ho said. In a letter of resignation lo AEC Chairman Dixy Lee Ray, Ilocevar said that "in spile of Ihe soothing reassurances that the AEC gives to an uninformed, misled public, unresolved, ques- tions about nuclear power plant safely are so grave that Ihe U.S. should consider a complete halt in nuclear power planl con- struction. The agency issued its order after delecting small cracks in auxiliary piping units of three reactors thai use boiling water as a coolant. Although there are 21 boiling water rcaclors in only if) or 16 have similar units the AEC spokesman said. He said operators of all 21 re- actors have been notified, bill that those without the suspecl unils will not be required to shul down. Pulled Out The spokesman said Ihe reac- fContinucd: Page Col. 7.) Bicentennial Bus -G.izetlp photo by Duano Crock A familiar sight around Cedar Rapids since late July has been the "Spirit of 76" bus, painted to commemorate the nation's 200th birthday two years from now and to get people thinking about the celebration. Robert M. L. Johnson, project director for the Mid-America Bicentennial commission; says the bus is so familiar to folks many think more than one is decked out in red, white and blue. Actually, the bus simply follows a different route every day. As far as Johnson knows, the bus is not only the sole one in Cedar Rapids, it is the only one in Iowa. One of its features, shared by three others in the RTC fleet, is a hydraulic system that lowers the entire front of the bus eight inches so that getting on and off is easier. CORALVILLE The badly burned body of Mrs. Arthur. Mu- sack, 74, was discovered by Coralville police and firemen Saturday afternoon at her home at 902 Fifth street in Coralville. According lo neighbors, police and firemen fought their way through heavy smoke two-slory frame house before discovering Ihe body at p.m. Marian Cilia, a neighbor of Ihe Musacks, said another neighbor came running to her house to report .smoke coming from Ihe Musack house. The neighbors said they thought Mrs. Musack, an semi- invalid, was home alone at the lime. Mr. Musack was report- edly allcnding a wedding in Illinois. has rushed cmcrgencj supplies lo hurricanc-devaslatcc Honduras and the Hondurai embassy here appealed lo the U.S. public for additional aid as the confirmed death nearcd The U. S. sent about dollars worth of supplies from disaster stockpiles in Panama, an aid spokesman said, as well as two helicopters with trained disaster learns. Two more heli- copters were on the way Satur- day night. The supplies included water purification units and tablets, water containers, blankets, 500 lenls and four IG-fool plastic boat's'-with 40 horsepower motors. The man coordinating relief efforts for Honduras issued a plea for food, medicine and clothing 'Saturday lo aid the 50.000 persons he says are homeless. "Need Everything" need help so despcr- said Antlionio Valla- dares, Honduran counsel in Miami. "We need everything food, medical supplies, evcry- Valladares planes arc said ships and leaving Miami, I Tampa and Allanla as quickly mcnt said. The Honduras National Emer- gency Committee said earlier lhat it believes between and people died in the storm which raked the Hon- duran coast with 110-mile-per- hour winds on Thursday. The state department laic Sat- urday slill had no word of Ihe fate of some 70 peace corps vol- unlcers in northern Honduras, Ihe most severely devastates area of the country. Washed Away Access to the hardcst-hil areas has been difficult as mosi of the low-lying coastal rcgior remains under water. As more and more bodies were being dis- covered, rescue teams resorlec to burning (he corpses to avoid outbreaks of typhoid, a commit- tee spokesman said. O s in Ford-Gminyko Talks WASHINGTON (UP1) -.Pres- ident Ford and Soviet Foreign Minister Gromyko held another round ot dclenle discussions Saturday but achieved "no jrcaklhroughs, no agreements." a While House spokesman said. Ford devoted the full day lo high-level foreign policy talks, nceting also with Argentina's Foreign Minister Alberto Vigucs n Ihc morning and holding a ale afternoon 'session wilh Ja- lan's Prime Minister Tanaka. Ford invited Gromyko back the While House in com- pany wilh Soviet Ambassador the far-ranging discussions h c g u 11 Deputy White House Press Secretary John lluslien said. Those talks covered most of Ihc major issues involved in U.S.-Soviet efforls lo promolc d c I c n I c including recently- resumed negotiations for a new S t r a I c g i c Arms Limitation (SALT) Trcaly and allempls to swap U.S. trade concessions for expanded emigration rights for Soviet Jews. No brought up and Ihc discussion Police Officer Charles enough relief supplies can Kissing was credited with preventing a possible worse fire or explosion by turning off Ihe jels that were siill open on Ihc gas stove in the kilchen of Ihc house. The fire was confined In Ihc slove area and a (rail lo Ihe liv- ing room where Ihe body was discovered. A fireman Kpecnlalcd Hi gathered. He said tons olj emergency .supplies have al- ready been collected in the I wo duras. "About people Ihey pill in Ihe sladium in San Pedro Snla because Ihey don't have .invlhing Valla- ivas not limited lo any specific Doliyrnin and Secretary of lluslien said. "lo complete I llhroughs, no in the .Jlalks. which lasted just over half an hour, ho added. Ford's nieeling with Tanaka was described as mainly a gel- acquaiiitod session and an op- portunity lo go over plans for No Crossword woman was allcmpling lo cnokjdarcs said. "We urgeiilly need ln a meal when her drew caught'medicine, milk, dollies, fond." "up! mo fire. Wilhnnl Ihc use of walker, she nearly managed reach Ihc fronl door before o.> lapsing. Aulhoriliri; said be wnlrd pending ligalion by Ihc stair file nun1 .-.har.s office. Hollies i liescue workers parachuted inlo the ravaged Sown of Cholo- linUM1 willima, Honduras Salurday and re- full thai 2.VIW bo'lies have} been found there, bringing Ihc confirmed death loll lo nearly People who regularly do The Gazelle's S u n d ay crossword puzzle arc go- ing lo be disappointed to- day. Tnc puzzle was ilosl in "omipulorlaml" and a iplicale could nol be secured in lime for to- day's paper. The Gazelle apologizes to those people whose Sunday is not roni- plele wilhiHil Ihc puzzle and hope they will hear wilh us until next Sunday. the President's three, day visit lo Japan, starling Nov. Rescuers reported that when they reached the town of Cruz Laguna, which had a population of every house had been washed away by floods and not a single person could be found. The emergency committee said another bodies were found in Ihc coaslal town of Ceiba, which had been cut off for three days. Lt. Jgnacio Acosla, of the emergency committee, said at least 75 percent of Ihe houses and 90 percent of the roads in (ho hard-hit northwest region were under flood waters. Acosla said banana planta- tions were "100 percent de- stroyed" in the slates of Alla- tida, Yoro. Colon, and Cortes, w h e r e U.S. Uniled Brands companies of and Standard l''ruit. have miijor holdings. Crops Ruined U. S. Ambassador Phillip San- Lawmakers Seek Pressure by Ford WASHINGTON (AP) _ The Senate-House Economic Com- mittee called on President Ford Saturday lo play a vigorous role in inducing business and labor lo hold down wage and price increases. He should do this, Ihe panel said in a special report, by making the fullest use of (he Council of Wage and Price Sla- bilily which congress created at Illi rUjiiuil. The council Ham Eidnall (R-N.J.) did favor Ibis. He said he fears that the only way lo slop inflation is across- the-board controls applied to all segments of the economy. Other recommendations in the report were: A billion cut in federal spending lo billion for the present year's. A moderate casing of the tight i money policy. can recommend I An expanded program of pub- guiriehnes to govern both scrvice jobs. Income tax cuts for low-in- come families with the loss of revenue offset by closing of lax loopholes. Creation of a commission to make recommendations on re- moval of barriers to competi- tion. "Tlie restoration of healthy non-inflationary growth will not come easily or the report said. "At best, the nation faces sev- eral more years in which both the unemployment rate and (lie f i D J. (inflation rale will signiticantly FITO i O I T I (exceed levels previously regard- ed as acceptable." Were Unanimous and wages, and the President can use the power of his office lo try to sec lhal these arc ob- served, the committee said. No Controls The committee did not pro- pose roimposilion of wage and price controls, although one of its veteran members, Rep. Wil- More Women for six hours Saturday and re- ported all large agricultural val- leys under water and "crops 90, to 100 percent ruined." He said) lie saw bodies floating in flood waters and survivors clinging lo Irccs and homes surrounded by water. "I don't doubt lhat the death (Continued: Page II, Col. FDA Study Sets Safety Of Additives WASHINGTON (AP) Fol- 1 o w ing a five-year prompted Ihe cvclamatc scare, the Food and Drug Ad- ministration announced Satur- day lhat it has established the safety of four common food ad- dilives. 'hey are I he first to be ap- proved since former President Scores Injured in Houston HOUSTON. Texas (AP) An explosion ripped through Ihci. Southern Pacific Railroad yards than 500 food ingredients and addilivcs in after mates were banned. FDA Commissioner Alexander j.Schmidt called Ihe action "an in our goal AMES (UP1) Hep. Bella Abzug Saturday urged some delegates at Ihe sec- ond annual convention of the Iowa Women's Political Caucus (IWPC) to "break lhat political male stronghold." Abzug, the keynote .speaker ai the opening day of Hie conven lion here, lold Ihe delegates hey were doing a "magnificent but needed to place more 'cmales in congress and state- wide offices. "We have lo break lhat mail political stronghold and espe- cially thai slag senalc that is lot exactly what we need in this she told the convcn- ion, the largest women's rights nceting ever in Iowa. Commended Smith Abzug urged more women lo become active in parly posi- tions, commended Iowa native Mary Louise Smith on her ap- pointment as chairman of the national Republican party and predicted that if more women were in Ihc GOP "Ihe tragedy that befell this country wilh Richard Nixon would not have occurred." The New York congress- woman noted that no woman was ever under consideration for vice-president bill added. "that's jusl as well because we should nol settle for the vice- presidency." The remark was greeted by cheers and applause. Senator Clark (D-Iowa) who also was among the opening day s p e a k e r s commended the caucus for gelling more women involved in politics, noting thai '10 candidales for the Iowa legis- lalure are females. Scnalor Proxmirc, vice-chair- man of the committee, said its 12 Democratic and 8 Republican members were unanimous in support of the recommen- dations. Various members had additional proposals, however. The members conceded that Ihe President's Council on Wage and Price Stability had no powers lo enforce guidelines. But Sen. Humphrey (D-Minn.) declared, "The President can do much in Ibis field if he will focus attention on these price increases." "Maybe Mr. Ford can put the government back to work. But tie's going to have to slay wilh it seven days a week if jawbon- ing and guidelines arc going'to work." Proxmirc asserted, "This is lot a demand inflation because )urchasing power has fallen off. Real Rip-Off "There are many factors but n some industries which have rower to force administered (Continued: Page 3, Col. 2.) Walter Brennan Dies OXNARD, Calif. (AP) Vel- M-an actor Waller Brcnnan, who von three Academy Awards, lied Saturday night after a long )attle with 'emphysema. He was Today's Index icre Saturday, sending almost persons to hospitals and da- "Id nagiug buildings up lo a fffl' !'ly (available scientific mclhods. Affirmed as "Generally Ife- A hospital survey showed mat cycla-1 flark sail! the "win wilh 'women in 74" campaign of the National Women's Political Caucus is "a welcome develop- ment in American politics with only Hi women in the U.S house in all Dod mere- P representatives and none Ihe senalc." SECTION A Late News Deaths................. City Hall Notes Report Card Accent On Youth Editorials SECTION B Nci said (here has been a it least persons injured ill in received emergency..................... number of care al six hospilals. Kigln o admitted, including one agents propyl and nielhyl para-. o he "in cxlrerncly grave" con- Ihe running for e and national office over i i i ,im: past two years, and womenl used in baked goods, i i have an imago of credibility, i lition with burns over 100 per Ford will be the first Aineri- Prcsideiil. to visit Japan while in office and he will (ravel I'aul Carr quoted railroad of from Ihere lo South Korea for ficials as saying Ibcre were cars two days of lalks in Seoul. i" Ihc area loaded wilh military Fire dcpai'lineiil i-'ord spent nearly an hour missiles and that one of those a wilh Vigiies discussing the have been involved in the1 in the livim; sion of the Organization ofjcxplosion. ;American Slales to review its! The type of missiles involved niy prayers now. Anybody decade-old diplomalic and eco-lalso was not immedialclyi waul aiiylhin.n'.'" n-nvrm. Snomic embargo Cuba, 11 he naiiing gums? audlii' Ihicken'ilu; aqeul ily lhat voters arc looking for. must riMurn compassion anil nf neoplc's1 needs lo she said. "We want institutions of govern-; nienl lo work tor people and lin- manii) ail Ihc wnild." IWI'i' chairperson linxannc Conliu said me.rc than 'J10 fema- le candidate; will be on the! .Nov. f> (Section ballot in IiiwaJ A Television Table..... r-rnnh Nyc's PolUica! Hole Marlon.............. Building Movies Record Roviuwb Political Calendar SECTION C Socl.il Around tho Town New Dooki Trvwrj Nrw York Mocki Wflnl Adi 13-17 18-19 19   

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