Cedar Rapids Gazette, November 25, 1974

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November 25, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather- ('loudy tonight a ii (I tuesday. Lows tonight 11 round 20. ||jKhs Tuesday in law 40s. VOLUME 92- NUMBER 320 Os? WU ©metre i CITY FINAL CENTS CKDAR RAPIDS, IOWA. MONDAY, NOVEMBKR 25. 1074 ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES Ford-Brezhnev Accord On Arms Ceilings Praised WASHINGTON (A!*) — I'res-| The agreement includes and Republican congressional ident Ford returned from his So- bombers for the first time. leaders Tuesday and other vi<t summit meeting with an    Ceilings Accepted    members of congress later in: •ii ms-rrduction pact that an it’s understood that Ford is the week. One official indicated aide called one of the most sig- awaiting a written Soviet state-1 the President might reveal dc-nificant agreements since World mcnt detailing the exact terms taj]s 0f the agreement in a na-war 11 ”    °f ,he verbal agreement before • tionwide television a(Jdrcss wilh. The pact reached between the 3 n nK° U n ? 1 n I ^bUcl^ ,hc in a week    1 pj ..    numbers of warheads and mis- " d LeK< I resident and Soviet Commu-1 sites systems involved.    Next    Year nist leader Leonid Brezhnev in “Ceilings on the strategic, White House Press Secretary Vladivostok placed a numerical forces of both nations have been Run Nesscn who praised the limit on the number of U.S. and accepted.” Fort told an airport agrecment as one ot the most Soviet intercontinental ballistic wel“m.t*g au*cnfc S u n d ? y siKmlleant since World war ll night. “A good agreement that 51gnincam since woria war u’I s ilts and submarine- win xrye thc interests of the predicted that the summit! aunched missiles carrying mul- U S. and the Soviet Union is would produce a SALT agree-! ti pie independently targeted within our grasp.”    mcnt that almost certainly will war e _ Ford    will brief Democratic be signed next year. Former tans Execute Plan To Try 140 More f    .    -. ... w . President Nixon L ^    C_____I    _    /    A    “could not achieve this in five LTntODlOnS L XGCUlQ O (J years” but Ford “achieved it in *    '    three months,,” Nessen said. The agreement was called a breakthrough in strategic arms negotiations by Secretary of ADDIS ABABA Ethiopia! The council called the execu- state Kissinger. Kissinger told (UPI) — The Ethiopian military i lions “an act of justice” against I reporters in Vladivostok that government plans to follow up persons who had sought to the total number of Soviet misfile weekend executions of 60 disrupt the country’s popular silcs’ bombers and other deliv-former officials by court-mar- movement, abuse authority or ery systems would be below tialing an estimated 140 one- enrich themselves while ‘ this current    strength. U. S time leaders seized on corrup- East African nation of 27 million misfiles in place in Europe bon charges.    was racked by famine and pov-1 would not be counted against Radio Ethiopia said the new erty.    the American total, he said. military trials would take place    Selassie's    Fate*    Communique immediately, but the government-run station did not say    executed    included    Gen. whether toe regime would ask,^man^Andom, chairman of the for more death penalties AP Wir«J+K>10 CREW RELEASED — All ended well for the crew of the hijacked British Airways VC-10 as they celebrated their release in Tunis Monday. From left: First Officer Michael Wood, Engineer Officer Frank Sharpies and Captain James Futcher. The Soviet Union has more: Seco rid Cancer and larger missiles, while the! council since ii took over from Ij S- has more multiple war- Operation /of T, .    ,    „    ,    the 82-year-old emperor two heads and intercontinental kj p Lofall ar I , JI "JJS. ff: "Hmths ago. There was no word bombers.    MfS. K0Cketeller Windfalls on Sugar Told WASHINGTON < AP) — Rap-    the Soviet Union and some of    tion for four consecutive years, idly rising prices on new sugar    the Arab nations “to hoard or    depleting inventories and push- In a joint communique signed NEW YORK (AP) — Happy    have produced “very large    drive up the price of sugar,    mg up prices, coniine to Dower    bsf Fob 1 Se,assie    s    son* Crovvn    Prince    by Ford and Brezhnev in Vladi-jRockefeller underwent 2>a hours    windfall gains” for all sectors of    That is one idea we can dismiss    *jut, he said, that explanation urrp    nlif    'n    <Clth    ir 'r ^    Wossen-    designated    by    vostok, a Soviet port city on theLf surgery Monday for the re-    tho industry, an analysis by the    immediately,” despite large re-    u incomplete. It* role of ^outcaste™ coast, the two nat*ons    .Council of Wage and Price St a-cent orders for sugar for those lalorSf the actual production sit- said a long-term nuclear weap- di 01 r‘k d > u - bility indicated Monday.    countries.    uation.    rumors of commercial Ions agreement would be a sig- *vt ^ocks after losing her can    staff    study, presented on But Rep. Peyser (R-N.Y.), in hoarding of sugar “whether the nificant contribution to improv-jcerous left breast in a similar ^ first day cf a two-day hear-his testimony prepared for the sugar companies are reaping ing relations between the U. S. operation.    ing into the quadrupling of the    hearing, said, “I have informa-    excessive profits from this situ- and the USSR, to reducing the, a hospital spokesman said she    price of sugar this year, showed    tion that indicates the Russians    ation” need to be examined, danger of war and to enhancing came out of surgery at ll a m. that “net returns per unit of and the Arab nations have been    Government Role c world peace.    and spent 45 minutes in the re- suear for both the production attempting, and to some degree “The American housewife de timated 200 former officials ar rested by the military rulers since ruary were put to death for “crimes against the Ethiopian people.” Brought Immediately “Other officials now in detention on corruption charges will be brought immediately before ion the fate of Selassie himself. (Continued: Page 3, Col. 3.) Prosecution Rests In Cover-Un Trial TUNIS (AP) i— Tunisian officials Monday arrested four Palestinian hijackers who abandoned their threat to blow up a British airliner and its three crew members in return for a promise of asylum. The four left the plane with seven other terrorists who had been flown to Tunis from Egypt and the Netherlands as ransom for the plane, its three-crew and more than 40 passengers. The guerillas used as shields the three flight crew members, the last of the hostages, as they left the plane. They later turned them over unharmed to Tunisian officials. Asked Custody The Palestine Liberation Organization meanwhile asked the Tunisian government Monday for custody of the four guerillas, the Palestine news agency said. The news agency said thc PLO leadership has decided to form a special group which will fly to Tunis soon to talk with the hijackers and investigate circumstances of the incident .they said damaged the Arab cause. Asked under what conditions the government arrested the hijackers after promising asylum. Foreign Minister Habib Chatti said his government had only “verbally accepted the (hijackers’) conditions. “There wr* no agreement, even less any written conditions or a commitment.” Chatti said. thc general and district courts- nr ‘ _llti‘ v,nnHav r^toH it J ^    a spent 5 m,nute6 in ,he re' sugar for both the production attempting, and to some degree martial,” the station said Sun-    Thc    communj^* aI«> ex* covery room The surgical team and processing segments of the have succeeded already, in day in three identical broad- jt ,! t , oeienaanis pressed the leaders’ concern began the operation at 8:33 a.m. domestic sugar canc and sugar transacting a sugar deal that is serves to knew what lies behind casts.    i    m    inc    watergate cover-up trial. about ..the dangerous situation’’ Shortly after she entered Me- beet industries are much higher comparable to the wheat deal these stupendous price in- Those executed included In th<? almost six weeks since in the Middle East and reaf-; modal hospital on Sunday her in 1974 than in any year in made a year ago in the U. S. members of the deposed royal !hey    se,e<M    the.    iurors    firmed    an intention to bring husband. Vice-prcsident-desig- recent history.”    -This    is    a    deliberate    effort    to /X Dmc/iptiti An uh! nnccoc oLah) **n    ■*»•«-*♦    n«<4    I    A    ■    s*    nnln ri rte* if of f* I lo F Q.£41fl qf Soviets To Blame? family and the general who led ^ard 28 prosecution witnesses about “a just and lasting nato Nelson Rockefeller, said at the overthrow of former Emper- anc* more tban ^ h°urs of White peace.” It called for resumption a news conference that her w.    Empei    „ or Haile Selassie. Residents of oust‘ apes the capital expressed shock at the* speed and extent of the vin- Cnr J Annrmnr^c lent removal of so many promi- ■ ora announces nent people, but there was no New FEA Chief WASHINGTON IAP' of the Geneva peace conference frame of mind was “pretty That report by Bruce Walter th<4 vvorjd and    ne rally lend to good.”    was    presented    after    Treasury    nor.nnmi,.    ,.ritic    m.im7 creases. She has a right to know whether she’s getting a fair further create financial prob-' *hal!e orJu.5' a shak«*"">- J* lema for thc poorer conines in ,hal s K*at we in,end ,0 f,nd as soon as possible. Praise for Japan the economic crisis that .many ^ ‘rginia out,” Simon said. Knauer. evidence of unrest. The armed forces were put on alert.    WASHINCiTON    (AI    »    - Ires- y on journey be- York added that his own frame Rad,o F.thiopia announced the .dent Ford announced Monday|cause she „ rccovering (rom „f m„d is to thank clodTat _  ......... the    Pres- “She has total confidence in    Secretary    Simon opened ^'e^triw^'are facing due to* the (dent’s    special    assistant for conche nurses, doctors    and the    hearings by stating that his irv    prjce 0f    0jj    ”    - (mer    affairs,    said a principal Ford was    greeted    upon arriv-    whole atmosphere in    this hosp!-    vestigation    has found “no evi-    confusion in consumers’ minds a1 at Andrews    air    force    base    tai.” Hockpfeller* &aid.    donee of a    conspiracy” between by his wife, who did not accom- jbe former governor of New---- Consumption    results from the role of govern- Simon said the hearings were men! programs and trade re- executions early Sunday, then he will nominal* Frank 7art,|--- —    Th.s'Ts    found ouT'prior'^.’the    Kennedy resumed normal programmmg now an associate director of he o( Ws daugl]ler3< Susan who 15    4    ,0    '    of    her    L«|!-tLL By nightfall, there were only a Office of Management and Budg-br#ugh, a)ong ,he fan)jly’s dog. ^dy -    jHeigiDle    t    Oi “Safe Place” It was not clear what would happen to the seven ransomed * error ists “They are in a safe place.” Chatti said. “A decision on what to do with them will be taken later in consultation with the other Arab governments and the Palestine Liberation Organization ” He said it waft premature to say whether the hijackers would be placed on trial for murdering a German passenger on Saturday. Tunisian authorities said the gunmen’s main preoccupation was to get guarantees that would allow them to escape the vengeance of the Palestine Liberation Organization which said few pedestrians and motorists et. to head the Federal Energy' Liberty on the streets of the capital. Aamimstration. The executions, at midnight Zarb, 39, will succeed John .....    c . »» B, I , ......    .. Saturday, were ordered by the Sawmill, who was fired from the M.te MwHeM. SeMte tbpubll- pita!. At that tune. a biopsy was Senate Democratic Mrs. Rockefeller's left breast Leader was removed Oct. 17 at the hos- iL ^ , .im i nsvct ti'hinu ic    l,,,    can Leader Hugh Scott, House pertormed on Mrs, Rocke- DUdUvIUE, iowa 'Ai -uu- 120-member ^military^ c-oiana , posF which is    b>    Speaker Carl Albert and U. N. I feller's right breast Rockefeller '>u<|ue county disirid court now h<"i,le(l by ^>ear<,ld May Ford one of the ^ JmK Ambassador John Scab also at- said technicians found the next I Judge Thomas ll Nelson ruled Mengistu Haile Miriam, a little-,energy posts of his admmistra-      __    that    state    Sen.    Gene Kennedy, known officer.    tion.    (Continued:    Page    3,    Col.    5.)    (Continued:    Pace    3.    Col.    8.)    ,n n..k.i - innliniklii to run called because “we    are    deter-    sfraints when the    price rise    is mined to get to the    bittern cf    being explained in terms    of the rising controversy    over    free-market supply    and demand    the    hijackers    were    criminals sugar prices.”    forces.    paid    by    Iraq    and    would    be    made The secretary said that a “This question of contrived‘to "pay” for the attack against Cjan “V'J’A Conv major cause i: the problem is v,'r*'>u‘‘ scarcity to me is the|innocent passengers. wwi ICI iv wwQ I {be fact that world consumption mos^ important area this hear DUBUQUE Iowa (AIG—Du-su^ar ^,as exceeded produc- can s^ed light on,” she said. (Continued: Page 3, Col 8.) First Does “as Much as It Can": Barnard Transplant Gives Patient ? Hearts (D-Dubuque) is ineligible to run for the seat vacated by Congressman-elect .Michael Blouin. Kennedy, a two-term state senator who did not seek reelection earlier this month, wanted the Democratic nomi- UMW Gets Nev/ Deal From Coo' Industry WASHINGTON (AP) — Unit the new proposal, called it “ ed Mine Workers negotiators, improved package.” with hear-. Chatti paid a special tribute to the role played in the tense ne-— gotiations by Salah Khalaf, re-nuted leader of the Black September terrorist group and sec-‘ ond in command of the Ai Fatah organization. Khalaf was sent to Tunis on Friday by PI/) leader Yasir Arafat to help with negotiations. an The Palestinians left the aircraft after Tunisia’s information an- director announced that the CAPE TOWN. South Africa (AP — Heart transplant pioneer Christiaan Barnard Monday morning implanted a second heart inside a 58-year-old man in a milestone operation. C.roote Schuur hospital announced. The patient, who was not identified, was reported in satisfactory condition in the intensive care unit Both hearts were beating together, a hospital spokesman said. Barnard’s heart transplant team, making its lith operation but its first to implant a heart without removing the patient s diseased heart, began work at midnight Sunday. The heart used in the operation was that of a 10-year-old Cape Town girl killed in an accident Sunday. Kept Beating The spokesman said tha! after the <hild was clinically dead. her heart was kept beating ar tificially inside her body until the life-saving surgery could begin The South African Press Assn, said the recipient is married with children. Hospital authorities identified neither the recipient nor the donor Barnard performed the first heart transplant operation on Dec. 3, 1967, at Groote Schuur. He was assisted in his latest operation by his brother, Dr Manus Barnard, and the* Groote Schuur transplant team. The patient’s original heart was left in the body, and the second heart was transplanted to help thc damaged heart and improve the patient’s blood circulation,” according to the* hospital spokesman. Left Side Bad “The old heart takes care of as much as it can. What it can’t handle is taken care of by the new heart,” Barnard said at a news conference Barnard said the right side of the patients’ own heart was normal but that multiple heart attacks had practically destroyed the left side. Barnard said he connected the atriums and aortas and that when pressure built up. blood flowed into the donor heart F.ach heart has its own pacemaker. he said. and techniques are being worked out to synchronize the two heartbeats. Bridges Not Burned Barnard said thc patient, who was older than he would have preferred, was conscious and his blood circulation excellent “I was very surprised to see how the action of the heart had improved." the surgeon said. He said there still could be problems of the body rejecting the new heart, as in past transplants. But the added heart, he said, gives “a little leeway.” "We haven’t burned our bridges. If necessary, the new heart could be removed,” he added. .    t.    .    .    ..nn     wine help from    the Ford Th<> original proposal  .....-       -    — nation tor me special caul administration, have won fur- nounccd Nov. 13 contained wage government had decided to for senate district lo    th(T concession* from the coal ;in,( hi-nefit inrrpavc nf ahmit grant them asylum. The election us scheduled for, jndustr>. jn a proposed IF'- 30.    thrce-vcar    contract. The only other announced candidates    are    state    Rep    Bob and benefit increases of about grant them asylum. nevv 50 percent over the three-year    “Welcoming” period. But council members    .    . IMW President Arnold Miller    told Miller to    reopen negotia- / V**. Pr,nc‘Ple of welcoming n    nu hi i/m    arui    Irh»> wost now sell the new package    doris and seek    major changes, I *c Palestinians in uniwa as la" 0*****    and    U1‘    ‘ ""-lo his 38-member bargain^    including wage    increases higher •*«» aW>r'lV«' NegottattBM are "'Vi,' ,, ,    ’    council,    which    balked    al    an    ear-    than the 9 percent proposed for contlnuln>! to determine the nec- ,    , Urn    ST    propel    The    council    must    the first year    ^ arrangemenU,” Infor- cratic party wiU choose a cand!-    aprpPmont    before    >    mation Director Abdelkim date Monday night to fill the Km    ^    I    \!T    Sanda>    Mousse said .    rn...:------ k—    it    can    be    fr.ibmittcd    to    the    un-    night. Miller and chief industry seat that Blouin gave up earlier    ,on ,u»,,    .    . lins month after he defeated ,on)    120.0(H)    meinbcrv    who negotiator Guy Farmer said State Sen. Tom Riley for tho went on sink* Nov. 12.    both sides had “agreed in pnn-1 seccnd district seat    Union    and    industry    officials    ciple on improvements in the Nelson ruled that Kennedy I declined to discuss details of the lenitive contract package had not fulfilled the residency!nevv package hammered out Finalizing Language Sunday night, A union spokesman said its contents would not We intend to devote Monday be released until after the bar- to the task of finalizing contract! gaining council meets, on Tuesday at the earliest “Improved Package” Treasury Secretary Simon. Tin* guerillas and their hostages left the plane less than an (Continued: Page 3, Col 8 ) requirement. Kennedy, who also has served one term in the Iowa house, was campaign manager for State Sen. James Sehaben, who ran unsuccessfully for governor Kennedy served from senate Today s Index district that Blouin represented Still I ndccided    Today’* Chuckle MONTGOMERY, Ala (AP)-—    \()W that the telephone eom- Governor George Wallace, who pany has started to introduce ran for President on a third- j television phones, we may get party ticket in 1968, says he is a lot of pleasure out of call still undecided whether to run! ing wrong numbers caught in 1976. language so that a complete and Comics ............ ........ 17 final document can be presented Courthouse ........ ..........3 for the ratification process with Crossword ........ 17 out delay,” the statement said Daily Record .........3 Miller issued a separate state Deaths 3 ment praising chief federal ne Editorial Features . 6 gotiator W J Usery. “His even Farm ..... — ll handed treatment of both par Financial ......... ties bridged the difficult gap be Marion .......... ....... 12 tween us at the crucial time,” Movies . ........ ....... 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