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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weaih ill rain In- nighl, parlly c I (in d y Kriday. Linvs lonighi, mid 411s. lliKlijj Friday, (IDs. VOLUMF (12 CKDAK KAI'IDS, IOWA, TIII.'UVDAY. OCTUBFK 21. MI7-1 CITY FINAL 15 CENTS VSOCIATKD I'lflvSS, UI'I, YOHK TIMUS LONG BtiAUl, Calif. (AIM Former President Nixon, facing .................___ possible surgery, has re-entered said Nixon was brought in after he iiospilal hci'e because hom> treatment for his phlebitis con- dition proved ineffective, his doctor says. Nixon limped slightly but was unassisted as he walked through a rear service entrance to be dark to reduce publicity. "Covels Privacy" "He covels his Weiblcn said of Nixon, who re- signed as President last Aug. 'J. Dr. John Lungren, Nixon's night walakc _anli-coagulanl drugs ineffective veins in in treating Nixon's left It- a statement to newsmen late Wednesday night. M e m o r i a 1 hospital medical ccnler for the second time three weeks. A spokesman for lhe hospital in this coastal city bordering Los Angeles said the former President was'expected Ih1c'ast dfs T to be released bv the end of medication has wcck been inadequate. Lungren said There had been no advance announcement that he was re-J ]Ic said a diagnostic radiology i tost called a vcnogram had been performed on the ,61-year- j old former President after his' i arrival and showed a "near tulal occlusion or blockage of blood flow" in the area of Nixon's left Ihigh. A vcnogram involves in- jecting iodine dye inlo Ihe blood stream to make X-rays of the patient's circulatory system clearer. Lungren nolcd that several blood clots were found in the but he added thai clols could be old or laim Aimed Insult At Trudeau Gazelle Leased Wires WASHINGTON Previously secret While House transcripts indicate that former President Nixon called Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau an DKS MOINKS, Iowa 'great, balance .syslcm President l''ord said Thursday Ford said. "the limcless balance" of IliC; Cited Concern American polilical .system is threatened liy Republican of in next cenc name during a wilh top aides, according to hvoi Watergate cover-up defendants. "That a......Trudeau was .something else." Iliey contend said in a meeting with top aides in lite spring of 1073. The twn defendants II. R. John MOSCOW i UI'I) Secretary I and Moscow are both interested Intravenously r e e e i v e d coagulants Coumadin orally and herapin intravenously during his first hospital slay, 12 days ending Oct. 4. But only Couma- din had been prescribed for him ;while he was convalescing at his aides attributed the remark to Nixon hi a private conversa Nixon's closest occanfront villa at San possible Ford-Brezhnev sum- l-dtll .u'L- PRESIDENT GERALD FORD spoke lo more than person: who gathered in front of the Iowa statehouse Thursday morning. The President's Iowa visit was part of a continuing tour of Midwestern states to drum up support for GOP candidates. Following the capitol speech, the President addressed some persons at a luncheon at the Val Air ballroom in West Des Moines. Jury Seated for Kent State Trial mil unless unexpected snags de-j CLICVKLAND (AP vclop. Soviet newsmen, speaking pri- vately, said Moscow is energe- tically seeking a Nov. 23-24 sum- mit in the Pacific port city of Vladivostok. They said Ihe porl is already being readied for lhe encounter. The official Soviet news agen- cy Tass said the Iwo sides "ex- sided Democralie gains month's election. Taking his campaign to bol- ster GOP candidates lo the heart of lhe farm belt, Ford also sought lo reassure dis- gruntled farmers with Ihe pledge "lo make sure American farmer is fully re- warded for services, rendered.' Speaking from lhe steps of the Iowa capitol, Ford eased off somewhat from his hard- line blasts at Dcmocrals in similar speeches Tuesday and lalked for the need of a balance between Ihe Iwo parlies to pre- serve the American system of Timeless Balance "The basic principle under- lying the syslem is balance, the timeless balance conceived by Ihe Founding Fathers among said iie was concerned what he called the in- clination of lhe American pub- lic lo shun politics and said whal the country needs "is more not less citizen participa- tion." The President nolcd that some of hi.s advisers had sug- he avoid Ihe subject of agriculture because of the current problems facing Mid- west farmers. "I certainly can share the concern of farmers whose, corn and soybean crops were stunted (Continued: Page 3, Col. 7.) Recession Is jAhead, Ford Adviser Says IJ tj I i n J J ie three branches of govern- is jmenl. I within UK le delicate balance congress and county The i reces- sion and the Ford administra- tion might as well admit il, says of Stale Kissinger and Commu-jin improving relations, jnisl party General uncertain about the iLeonid Brezhnev conferred for but Kremlin meeting which the So- viet Tass news gcncv de- mente. "If we're prophylactic 'anli-j by oral Coumadin. then the possibility of surgicall The officials said the Soviet Union apparently wants lo size up Ford lo see how solidly his administralion backs the dc- Icnle policy promoted by former President Nixon. A major focus of the Kis- talks is cxpect- meeting late next month. (o ,hc guidc. Kissinger a ud Brezhnev -lines at Hie new round of Slra- agrced to meet again after a jlcgic Arms Limitalion Talks scribed as constructive. It was Ihcir first gel-togellicr since President Ford took office Aug. One discussion topic was public Thursday. The remark appeared on must be consid- White House tape played injerod." said Lungren. He has court on Monday. But a Nixon since 1052. script prepared by the prosocu- Lungren gave no indication lion attributed (lie phrase lo what the surgery would involve Haldcman and did not mention Trudeau as the object of I he. if results from Nixon's current j remark. ihospilalizalion prove scncs "f lunch which Soviet Foreign M i n i s t e r Andrei Gromyko gave in Kissinger's honor. "The talks were business like and constructive in opened in Geneva Sept. 18. changed opinions cerning the prospects for U. S.- Soviel relations, .specifically in LI. S. officials said the light of agreements reached during Soviet-American !through Ihe two-party system Kmmmw us year the polls are is lhal. our delicately bal- anecd Iwo-parly Kent State I rial Thursday and v ,y T lawyers for the prosecution and Prcs.dcnt SH.d ,i If (me party upsets that bal- 1 i Lei's call a spade a said Paul McCrackcn in a tclc- dcfcnse continued questioning prospective panelists lo serve as alternates. The regular jury consists of eight men and four women. party ance because members of Ihc other parly were loo apathetic lo get out and Ford iaid. "then we stand guilly of abus- ing I he American electoral Six alternates will be needed prouu-K and {orfuitinn liunu ol before the trial of eight former effective government. Ohio national diclcd in the guardsmen in- 1970 Kent Stale "I urge you lo help keep this phone inlerview Wednesday, think we are probably in the early stages of what could turn out to be a 'V type recession." shooling.i can get under way. There was no immediate indi- mccl- cation when selection of the al- iternales would bo completed or is sharp but brief and looks like "V" on u graph, in contrast, itu prolonged declines in economic activity, McCrackcn explained. lie indicated he thought Ihc would be over by mid- s planning lo offer a variety "The talks were business s- dis'ncl ideas for limiting multiple nu- clear warheads, controlling the size of strategic bomber forces and constructive in Tass said. U. S. officials did not charac- Prior to the meeting. U. S. of- and easing the race to the talks immediately but icntion or when it would be performed nor meeting, L. o'- "ml easing the race to modern-j lerize the talks immediately but of Iheijf results from Nixon's current ficials lllc secretary wouldjizc missile technology. (Kissinger brought to the Krcm- a! The senior U. S. official saidjlin meeting his expcrls on Ihc court will gel under way. Fire Kills Four BOSTON (APi Finn- chil- dren were killed early Wcdnes- y ISyc "Not Maldeman'' In a whispered bench confer- ence with Sirica shortly thercaf- tory. Oilier medical spokesmen were not immediately available lo comment on the nature of i McCrackcn said unemploy- ment could approach 7 percent and Ihc decline in economic oul- pul about -I percent next year. .Another administration econom- ic adviser. L. William Scidman, 'said his best guess on unem- Iploymcnt would be about (i..r) In an interview one week tested vigorously that Ihc the U. S. is prepared former Chief Kxeculive wasj10 lhp Sovic'1 in new treaty limiting there is a good chance of Arms Limitalion Talks, woodframc house in ranging a Ford-Brezhnev Middle Kasl and Europe. ilJorcheslcr section. Between posals were not disclosed. But a! American official loici making Haldeman's. not manded the record be correct- ed. Some observers in the coun- ronm who listened to the tape were doubtful it was Hal- deman's voice they had heard. allhough tiie phrase was so short and the conversation moved so quickly il was dif- fictilt lo tell who had made lhe remark. The phrase cropped up at meeting Nixon held on the after- noon of March 22. with Khrlichman. llaldeman. .lolin Mitchell and Dean as the Watergate c'lver-'.ip besan un- raveling. Mitchell Defense Mitchell's lawyer I u e u s e d Thursday on differences between Dean's trial testimony and what Dean told Ihe Walcraiic committee 10 months ago. William Hundley reminded Dean that he had le.-iified at Ihe iri.'i! about a liriig Iclephoii'1 con- versation lie had with Mitchell "il J me in which h'1 t very well" and that the l Danger During Nixon's recent hospi- lalizalion, a blood clot caused fni' agreemen deman Khrlicliman 'f'rom'ph'le-illslcatl ol concentrating on rcs- the voice was Nixon's and tricting (he development of mis- Lungrcn had maintained wilh nudcar warheads, licly that his patient was pro- The senior official said lhe No action was taken satisfactorily. secretary is anxious to review lhe stale of L'. S.-Soviet rela- tions in an attempt lo deter- mine the slatus and future course of dclente. i Continued: Page 3. Col. 5. i V. S. officials said Washington neporr nnas h Coffee, Heart Disease with and Ihe olher'rcllecls Ihc lower cigarct :e for feari without existing heart disease by women. BOSTON lAP) Heal pie who gave up coffee it caused heaiI disease can study. slruck a! DKS MOINICS "There he Boston'sjtherc's Ihc Surtax Compromise'.' Thai shout rent the air from] thousands of Iowa schoolchil-i drcn, as well as grown-ups, welcomed President Gerald for a 5-pcrcenl surtax on family taxpayers with incomes over He said officials arc "looking al alternatives suggcsl- ed to us." In addilion, he said Ihc ad- Ford when he appeared on Ihe cast side of the slate capitol shortly before noon Thursday. A President is llic closest] [thing Americans have lo royally con- and, regardless of hi.s popularily ly resume having an extra cup with their breaklasl, sav re-' In lhe ior standing in the opinion polls, latcsl report was pub-ipcople will travel miles lo see udy, deaths as-i'ished in Ihe New England mm who holds the office, heart disease nal of Medicine by Dr. Thomas) Ihc lax proposals when congress is were higher Ihan normal for I', Today's Index Comics Crossword Daily Kccortl Deaths Fdilorial Features Finaiii'ial Marion Movies Soeietv Spurts Mate isinn Want Ads ready to ad on them and "make a judgment based on the Saw I resident [economy at that lime." searchers who found no link be- coffcejnel and Tavia Gordon of Parents bring babies much] McCrackcn, a former chair- Iween the brew and car- drinkers, downing four'or more'uiiivcrsii.y medical ccnler andjtoo young lo know what's former President Nix- diovascular problems. cups daily. 'Ihc Framingham Heart Disease'pening so lhe lillle ones one daylong Council of Kennoinic Ad- In i m ijoi 12 sludy pub- Bul researchers noted lhal! Epidemiology Study. can tell Iheir own children lliaLviscrs. now serves as a parl- lilllc can tell Iheir own children Ilia 25-year-old Framingham: thev "saw Ihc President." consultant, lo Treasury persons "it was concluded that''''1''-'1-'1 ''elationship between thc'sludy, the longest continuing; Thai's the way il's alwaysSecretary Simon, lie also re- coffee drinking is engaged jn'amoulu consumed andjheart study in the nalion, in where was named by President lished Thursdav of almost these men. there was b llic mi il prpulation is not 'he number of cigarels smoked. !followed 5.000 Massachiisetlsidon'l often visit or fictoi in Ihi development of i drinkers smoked an residents for lhal, time In check when Ihey do. average 11.7 cigarels daily, j'he development of heart prob-i Ford is the H7lh individual to economic summit meetings II, Silys v.hile ihose drinking more thanhems. The sludy is credited will] serve as President and so far as en cups smoked 21.8 cigarets' illonlirying smoking, high a dav. Hhi lost 1 ic cardiovascular K jx.rl says. the study asserts that no conclusion can be drawn about the possible cffecls of col- lee on -persons who already have heai disease, Controversy Ci.nli'over.sv has boiled over iiie relation of colfce drinking and heart, disease since Ihe pub- lication of a statistical sludy years ago by lhe Boston ruliahorative Drug Surveillance i'rogr.-im. Tha' s'.udy found ;I direct link c'ttfi'e and hear'1, prob in :i siniolinf; nf hearl patients. But several stud- ies since Ihen loiind no nrt an recol- leslerol and high blood pressure led. he is Ihe Mill who has visil- 'as risk factors of heart disease, .''d Iowa, eilher as President or Dawber said in Possibly Others There may be others, but tin quickly an a future President. Because women in the new lhal his study disassociates nif- sludy showed no increased j fee from lhe development ol dealii risk associated with hearl i heart, disease, but he did. not disease, even after out coffee as possibly being mounts of coffee, the'delrimental to will'., evi'-i- icrs .say Ibis heart problems. While McCracken said n was moot point lo argue wiiclher Ihe economy is in a recession, as President Ford has claimed it is not. "my judgment is that we're probably moving info one." .Mcrrackcn. a professor of who liave ec'jiiumio, at lhe I'niversily oi I Continued: I'age 3, Col. l( LOS Former L sajs in- and CaltvriiK lo locale their relationship in sampling persons ir. S y n Armv A woman claiming to hp the vnothr-r of Sdrn- rny, a baby about 8 months old, Wodnciclay sold him to ci middlo-ciged couple on ti Vancouver, B. C., street. The couple said they jokingly offered her for the child, but she took the monoy, hand cd them the cind walked off. The baby is now in the care of the Children's Aid Society. 'who had nip hearl problems Dr. Hersehcl .lick, head of Ihe firsi sliitlv. said in an interview' 'lhal the new report "is not nec- i- s a r i y incompatible with since dificren! groups of lUPli hour dinner meclmg v.ilii Ihe lil- hi as.-.islaiier gangster Mickey Cohen lormcr underwoild Hearst w iias joined Itandolph lire her Bel cll'irl e denicit ked for .S20.0HM as abducted her Mi.ss ll'-arsl has been since May Hi, when she fie Los Angi Irs aiea with two   

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