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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weath er- rain Id- "Wit mill Tuesday. 511s. 'Khs Tuesday, m hi CITY FINAL CKDAIt KAPJDS, IOWA, MONDAY, OCTOUKK 28, 1OT ASSOCIATED PK1CSS, DPI, NEW YORK TIMES BULLETIN WASHINGTON I UPI I Ii. Howard Hunt testified Mon- day he was told "Uu. big man" meaning former At- torney General Mitchell ap- proved a plan for bugging and burglarizing the n a 1 i o n a I Democratic headquarters. WASHINGTON (APi 1C. Howard Muni, the foreman of; the Watergate burglary team.j testified in (lie Watergate cover- up trial Monday after thc court I adopted him as its own witness because the prosecution would not vouch for his credibility. Hunt began his testimony by saying that fellow Watergate j break-in conspirator G. Gordon Liudy asked ins help in De- cember, 1971, and January, "lo help prepare a budget relat- ed to certain projects desired by Ihe then-attorney general (John Mr. John Dean and Mr. Jeb Stuart Magruder." Hunt and four others pled guilty to charges stemming from a brcakin at Democratic headquarters on June 17, 1972 lo repair a faully wiretap. Defense Objections Dutch Demand Release THE HAGUE (UPI) The Dutch government insisted on the release of all women and children hostages Monday be- prison hospital, has been under-] going treatment since a 12-day hunger strike to protest bcingj separated from Nun. fore negotiating with four con-j Nuri and Tamimah were scrv- vicls, including an Arab gucril-; five-year terms for hijacking la, barricaded in a prison British Aii'ways jelliner last1 Nliw DELHI (UPI) Pres- el. j March and setting thc aircraft jidcnt Ford has accepted an invi- The prisoners unexpectedly on lire at Amsterdam airport. Ration "in principle" to visit freed an elderly man, three j children and a woman Sunday, but kept on holding 17 other hos- tages, including two women and Dutch officials said Ihc pris- oners demanded Ihc transfer of an Arab guerilla inmalc from the prison hospital to the chap- el, but gave no indication of the ultimate goal of the takeover. Release of All A justice ministry spokesmen said officials in contact with the second-story chapel by walkie- talkie insisted on the release of The two guerillas identified themselves as members of Ihe Arab Nationalist Youth Move- ment for the Liberation of Pal- estine, a breakaway group con- demned by the Palestine Liber- ation Organization. Envoys Doubt Arms Pact LONDON (UPI) Commu- India at a dale which has not yel been arranged, U.S. Ambas- sador Daniel Patrick Moynihan said Monday. Chatting with newsmen at a dinner hoslcd by visiting Secre- tary of State Kissinger in honor of Indian Foreign Minister Y. B. Chavan. Moynihan said the Ford visit to India will not be made in connection with the U.S. President's forthcoming jtrip to thc Soviet Union. I Ford plans to visit Japan and i south Korea beginning Nov. 19 and then meet with Soviet lead- UP! Telenliolo Mounfed Dutch Police Patrol in Front of Scfieveningen Prison Surgery for Nixon Hinges On Tests AP) A; He added: "By Ihe spring ,er Leonid Brezhnev in Vladivos- all women and children as diplomats said Monday 22-24 precondition lo negotiations. Moscow talks between Kissinger between two meet- Police ringed the prison and' of slalc Kissj wilh Prirne Ministcr Indira 'Soviet Party Secretary Gandhi, totalling one hour and tionson neaiby loollops. 50 minutes, signed an accord The convicts took over Ihe ;ncv failed lo produce a wiU] chavan a joint _ chapel at Scheveningen prison j breakthrough in act or commission to jduring a Roman Catholic mass'P'e on the crucial issue of stra-im.nmntf, and i Saturday, capturing 22 persons 'logic arms limilalions. (wo guards, a priest, an or-' '''he first reaction from these leading senate Democrat feels inexl year. I would expect a bct-jwhcn asked whether gasoline wage and price controls will price performance be rationed. Before llunl took Ihe LONG BEACH. Calif. (API-needed before the nation's cco-jwilh a higher rale of unemploy-. He also said congress would ganist. a nine-member visitingiquarlcrs lo the Moscow meeting promote trade, scientific and educational exchanges. Thc cordial atmosphere of choir and nine relatives of singers. s notably reserved. Commu- jnist diplomats expressed little defense lawyers argued for an hour that he should not be called as a court witness, a procedure that allows both sides Police identified the rebel jn-'oplimism for an early comprc- malcs as Palestinian gucrilla'.hensivc agreement on nuclear Adnam Ahmad Nuri. Algerian 'arms curbs Richard Nixon will probably tin- nomic problems are solved, but Will and a weakening level pass a great deal of substan- jhicf Moliarncd Koudache and; the positive tone of i. two Dutch bank robbers, Daan communique, the dergo surgery for his phlebitis if Treasury' Secretary Simon says business activity, tests scheduled this week is Ol1 ils to ask leading questions. jncw clots forming in his leg, j, Such questions normally are former President's physician v nol permitted in direct exami- nation. U.S. nistrie! .ludgo John Siri- ca first read brief instructions to the jury telling them that "like olhcr witnesses, he musl scparalely on lelevi- economic legislation when lo, lx; returns after Ihe November pared lo fend ofl under those! circumstances are lhal President I-ord political pressures lo expand quickly and excessively." llus lilkcn lllc Denie and Jan Brouwers. Prisoner Demands Dnlch police, responding to Moscow talks produced breakthrough In fad or princi- they said. fight inflation and that Ford's prisoner demands, delivered! While a variety of means and iv inhii T unrirnn -i.......j nnmnwcl ri-nerf'i-iii siirHv k'food, soft drinks, ciearcts, play- ways lo halt the arms race was news co fee re, S ''Tfv .TT-T'CT "ing cards, beds, mal.resses and carefully examined in the talks, news coniLiencc net !hcjr vicws wcrc widely diver-by V. S. News and World Re- lake Ihc oath and musl answer connection with Ihe Walergale all questions put lo him ly" and lhal. Ihe only difference: Ihis week show no ac- iii Ihe stains of court witness (-'lolling. Lungrcn said thc Ihe waiver of Ihc leading ''resident will probably lhat Nixon eventiially will bcj b available lo testify in the trials, of his former aides charged in1'11'1101 "Yes" lo Kalioning Simon said administration po- licies have lo be given lime lo blankets Sunday to the chapel. Justice Minister Wilhelm De On CBS' "Face the ,Jcsidw Mansfield said "I think it is said........... just a matter of lime before ,-ales arc needed as are a 'economic progni we'll come lo wage and price ipl.ogl.jim of government jobs, a no specific (Assibilities accept- able to Russia and Ihe U. S. emerged, they said. They also the meetings and Kissinger's separate two-hour talks with the Indian foreign minister ap- peared to have consigned to Ihc past the ill feelings which sprang from the U.S. "lilt" to- wards Pakistan during the 1971 Indo-Pakistan war. Both Kis- singer and Mrs. Gandhi said rclatidns were nol only good but "on Ihe way up." .Kissinger, in a speech Mon- day, called on India lo agree lo common multilateral restraints in exporting nuclear technol- ogy. "We take seriously India's af- iwork and he said lhal 85 pieces Gaay Forlman said Sunday emerged, they said. Ihey also con.'of legislalion have been lhal Dutch officials "have said (hey did no expect any in-iposed to go along with difficulties" in providing guidelines, let alone agree-1 jn jsueh Hems, but could "hardlyjmon to be reached al bcforc ,ndia envisage the possibility" of between Brezhnev WnrM because "a he el- jroconslruclion finance corpora-1 "Nol Needed" lions rule. I-I. K. Haldemans John Wilson, was especially ye- cncl of lhc m'L'k hcincnt about instructions to thc leave .Memorial hospital mcd'i- cmciils are there for a reces- ;ind Me said gasoline rationing is country. leal conlcr of Long Beach at the sion which, if not corrected in !tcmpl kl cut usu bv hc delendcd the Oflicials said lhc jury on the procedure of call- Among time, may well plunge us the elaborate tests! deeper into an economic mpt percent. scheduled is a radioactive iso- morass." ing court witnesses. tope examination. j however, on ABC's "I have never read such a: "Acliv? drilling" "Issues and repeated startling charge in my life." ibis opposition to controls, say- aid "It's deceptive. It's r i i iing experience has shown Mlrlhm' unlock n'o in-i work. Asked whether the worst of (Continued: Page 3, Col. 8.) Ford Orders U, S. Hiring Of Vietnam Vets Indian ,gc the possibility" ol Icl-'meeiing oeiwcen m-cznncv ancjCoundl Qf Affail.s ..Elll ling Ihe prisoners leave thejPrMidcnl 1'ord in Vladivostok flf coursc has ,he capabm. ty to export nuclear technology. four prison- lale next mont Thc differences were said lo ers. armed with at least Iwo too wide so far to enable tols. look turns talking in Ara-'lnem lo master the complexities hie. English and Dutch over ajof the problem, with Russia ap- walkic-lalkie taken from one ofiparenlly in no hurry lo commit ARLINGTON, Va. (UPI) "11 has been said that the for- 1 ungrcn Nixon's physician1 wnclhor tllL' worsl President Fonl said Monday [gotten men of Ihe Vietnam able chance that Ihc Sovii since 11152. we past' Vietnam vdcrans are "thejfiicl are those who v prolriblv lio lo d'rricu" lo sa-v "le "'ol'st silent heroes of their genera-! Ford said. "They're Ihe silent! fhucl'lc I ready to sign a new 1 RCP Xieclcr' Nixon's former.luls bl" frankly tion" and ordered Ihe icderal'heroes of Iheir generation. Too! itrealy next year broa INIMHI S I01I11L1 i lft. I J you'll begin In see spe- government In hire 70.0011 of oflen, those in their ".'s a rare supervisor results by lhe sprin" ofithcm by July 1. :duly have monopolized Ihe "Ol complained, at one Speaking at an Ariinglon Na-jWmw and distorted the' lime or anolhcr: "These pco- lional cemetery ceremoiw com-l 'mage of their gcncralioii. P'C I need a boss Ihey do ai jdicalions of active clotlin In.iiances nf Lying Hicharri Ben-Venislc, an ass is-1 1 a n t proseculor who llunl claims tried lo get him lo com- Rcl1 Zieglcr, mil, perjury, said there are secretary who has bci merous instances before him al San Clementc. vis: grand jury when llunl lied lhy former President and that the court witness him as looking "pale would permit leading questions''111'' drawn, lo to And Ncal said lhal Hie government n.i.-, spring. theory in lhe case is "lhat illness--. I simon in prediclingi Ford, who laid a wreath at defendants conspired to pay! IJl'. Barker, a Uncmpi0ymenl increase wasi lhe cemetery's tomb of the Ford sai; an inleragcncy task money lo Mr. llunl lo kcep'lallt m "sc, thai oyenjA1.m Orccnspan, chairman of unknowns, also pledged he force has given him a "jobs for him 'from Idling what he 'r surscr.v is unnecessary. Kconomk. f knows." lie said il was "close medical sary lo prohe exactly what was lhal Hunt knew. Ihe captured guards. Hunger Strike i itself while still striving to im- During his flight from Mos- cow to New Delhi, Kissinger Ihe Palestinian inmate in Ihcjlold newsmen there is a reason- Sami Hussein Tamimah, 22. Soviet and It, therefore, has an important role in Ihis multilateral endeav- or." Thc Indian government ex- ploded an underground nuclear device May 18, joining Britain, France, China, thc U.S. and the Soviet Union in the exclusive club of nuclear powers. Peaceful Purposes jurv Hunl Hed fonmT President and Speaking at an Arlington and dislorted uit the'court witness him as looking "pale Uncmploynicnt lional cemetery ceremony com- nnagc 01 men gcnci.iuoii. ould permil leading' questions land drawn." i Dcspilc his simon mcmoraling Velerans clay, Ford! "I intend lo see lhal the silent' bring out Hunt's motivations' "IIc has lost eight lo mav said action is underway lo im- heroes, lhc more than mil-; testify lalscly. his froln 5 prove Veterans Adminislralion lion Americans who served Ihciri And Chief Proseculor James .Cation." Xicgler said. "He .1S nulch .ls rm.cntisi'rvlcos 'nduding its medical country in Ihe idnam era with, cal said lhal lhe government's lo the fact lie has alby program. quiet courage, arc not Iflrgot-; ihll ITICll if I 111, SCI lOUS I.-m-rl IKI'iillHi ICI1. need a Copvn'lhl 10-year broadening limitations on offensive nuclear weapons. A senior American official said the two governments will i Continued: Page 2, Col. G. i j will be since then, Gandhi repeatedly has promised India will use its new nuclear power only for peaceful purposes. Bui her pledges have been greeted with scepticism in many quarters, in- cluding Washington. Kissinger himself in Ihe pasl (Continued: Page 2. Col. C.) will "do everything possible" plan of action." The1 lo make sure all lhe men i is aimed al the federal sinn for a prelracled icnglh of; snid Ihe missing in action in Southeast igi'vcrnmeiil recruiting and hir- i Continued: Page .'i. Cfil. (i.) economic on I look is dim. Asia are accounted lor. for Every Man, Womani Child Donald If. .Mullen UMilC'Ci Press liiloninlinnnl If u I i I i I y companies gel I heir way. every man, woman and child in American will have1 lo pay an increase of S-lll mitnmaiic adjusl- mcnls in Ihc ci ing Vietnam vdcrans by Ihe fiscal year ending July I. "I am ordering federal de- partments and agencies lo move, ami move now, on this ad ion plan to make sure these vderans arc hired as quickly as 'possible.'' Ford said, lie said claims lhal ils earnings have progress is already phone call will soon be hislo- sn (.rndrd il cannot sell 'being made. Unemployment ry. They ask for 20-cenl phone I aiming vdcrans has dropped being fur phone, gas, clcclri'- and walrr nexl year. And dial's a .....iservalivr cslimalc. acconliiu: lo a I'l'l slalc-by-slalr survey of rale increase requests under con- sideration by public ulilily The lolal COIIK-S lo more Ihan 5fi billion. Some smii as Texas. do not iTgulale public nlili- lics. could nol fuini.-.h dollar on price iiu I'ca: c'1 Whal's innri-. many "I an- ahvaik in I'lfci I. iillii-i.il proval st of nil and Ill New York slale, fur ex- ample. citrine bills jumped as much as a month in urban areas the sum- mer and early lall because of Ihc soaring nl oil. Pend ing rale hiki-; could double thai. Somr rale hikes arc massiu- up lo ,'il', pri1 cciil for utilily companies which claim I hey are licinj; out of husini'ss by combinalion ol lucl cosl.s. Miarini; inllalion and boolb charges and oilier rale hikes to homes and busi- nesses. In California. Ihe slalr pub- lic utilities commission is faced wilh million in rale increase requests from elccli'ic. gas. U-lephone and walcr companies. New York stale's rate hike bids lotal million. Illinois' ?'IOO million. New JoriT.vY finaiH-c future constnidion and pay for air pollution cquipmrnl. In Vermont, lhc (Vnlra! Public Service Corp. pointed out one example of inllalion a ulilily pole lhal cusl a year ago. cost in Seplrmbor a pnvcnl increa.M'. In Ohio, pinvrr Today's Index Comics Crossword Daily licc-ord Dc-aihs million. IVnnsylvania's arc asking rale increases up j million, Michigan's million, and Ohio's mil- lion. Kale increases of :I7 million arc pending in Iowa 1'lilily companies around I hi! country arc claimini; lhal I hi1 price increases arc aliso- lulcly ncccssar.N1. The Alabama Poncr o. lo 2'l percciil. In Hawaii, Ihe Kauai Klcclric Co. has a pend- ing Inkr of In Texas, docs nol b a r a stale arm Financial Marion Movies Society Sports WELCOME TO Prime Minister Indira Gcindhi wnlcomcs Sccrrttiiy of Siolc 'o Now Delhi, Mondciy.   

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