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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette December 9, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather- Fair and warmer tonight and Tuesday. I^ows tonight in the teens. Highs Tuesday, 36 to 42. VOLUME 92 - NUMBER 334 CITY FINAL IS CENTS CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1974MANDATORY ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES CUTS SEEN See Israelis    Demo Leaders So QU On Wage-Price Lids Sinai Talks KANSAS CHY (AP) — With mg to recruit women, blacks, ringing declarations of restored youths and others every time a brotherhood. Democrats have!local committee wanted to consent their leaders back to Wash- duct a fund-raising drive would ington or home states to make be taking it too far. *    good on promises to attack the WASHINGTON (AP) — Pres- j nation’s problems. ident Ford met Monday with Israeli Foreign Minister Yigal Zarb: 'Odds Favor New Measures' Allon, who is reported ready to offer Israeli concessions on withdrawing from the Sinai desert. Allon also met with Secretary of State Kissinger in a new But two of the party’s leading presidential possibilities already the c,°sing session were soft-pedaling the key plank ca^e^ f°r> "Action in in an economic program adopted by the unprecedented Demo “Cooperation”    WASHINGTON    (AP)    -    En- Fulton’s economic report to orgy chief-designate Frank Zarb Sunday said Monday that tile odds favor coopera- adoption of mandatory energy tion, if possible, with the conservation measures, present administration — and if Zarb insisted that it was “too erotic miniconvention — strong not P°ssibIe, ach°n by a Demo-1 early to tell” for sure, but ad-economic controls.    cratic congress that is prepared jded that “my own personal view is that we’re going to have Ford Economic Talk Senators Benben of Texas|to take the initiative, and Bayh of Indiana said in! S€nator Jackson of Washing-phase of diplomacy on the Mid-television appearances Sunday!,on’ an°tber likely Democratic! they considered wage-price con.i presidential contender, said in a trois a “last resort” in the eco- 1 e 1 e v u ‘0 n interview that! nomic battle    congress should pursue “a pro- Meanwhile! back at the con-,gram of biPartisansbiP wi,b vention hall. Rep. Richard Fulton (D-Tenn), chairman of an die East. Progress toward peace “may be overdue already,” Allon said Sunday on his arrival at Washington’s National airport. Some Criticism His visit came amid reports Iof new flexibility on Israel's part as well as some criticism in that country of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin for what where he was met by Kissinger, ’economic panel, said delegates were agreed that “some form of price and perhaps wage controls are necessary.” Euphoric Finale The return to the practical side of politics followed a eu- President Ford “A bipartisan program means (Continued: Page 3. Col. 6.) er Surrenders UPI Telephoto phoric finale to the miniconven* critics called betrayal of Is-1 tion which adopted a party rael’s negotiating position to- charter, endorsed an economic ward Egypt. “Of course I m backing my prime minister's statements," Tribunal Will Decide Rules Of Testimony WASHINGTON (UPI The WASHINGTON (AP^President Ford will deliver a fullscale address on the state of the nation’s economy Wednesday night, White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen announced Monday. to take stronger measures” to cut back consumption of high priced foreign oil. Zarb, nominated by President Ford to succeed the ousted John Sawhill as head of the Federal Energy Administration, made his comments to a reporter after opening three days of hear- Police carry Hunter Shirley on a stretcher from the tower of a railroad bridge in Little Rock, Ark., Monday where the former air force captain hid for IO hours shooting at trains and police. Shirley, a former mental patient, shot himself once in the abdomen before giving up. Witness Rulings Irk Ehrlichman's Lawyer WASHINGTON <AP) — John jection to the introduction of an Ehrlichman’s lawyer protested affidavit from Egil Krogh relat- Greeks Vote 2-1 Against Monarchy ATHENS (AP) - The Greeks 12-Year Prison Stay to Prelate platform lor the Democratic j supreme court Monday agreed ings at the FEA on the problem nn?»gre»lS n! . T°re t0 decide if Prosecutors can of increasing domestic refining r  .-        ljni,y    thdn    Democrats    have    question defendants during their Rapacity. Zarb said some of the Allon told reporters when askedj®*    s*nce the davs °‘ trials about why they remained mandatory measures being con* franklin Roosevelt.    sjjent whcn fjrst questioned by sidered include a gasoline tax The economic package adopt- j police.    and restrictions on oil imports, ed Friday night was based on' Federal appeals courts have speeches by Democratic leaders handed down conflicting rulings _ . ----- .    *    ”**»    At Interior military    income    lax mo nil. sincn nom rn remain siirnr nv imniv.i"*«* *w 'ai'J the U.S. must de (if recent statements by Rabin had made his negotiating chores more difficult. Rabin said in an Israeli news Monday that hts client is being ,    ,0    the    activities    "    of the by a vote of more than two to    SeUw    Traf'l'e®    "J™ °' a“ UMS 'lsr*C'1 iSST' denied    a    fair    trial    by    rulings    .    ,    one hav#> rpipptwt th* mnnarrhv    ^    into    israel tor Arab ter K,ssmger told reporters Sun- prohibiting him from    introduce    Fiumb€rs unit and particularly ^ have rejected the monarchy    ronsLs    and    ordered him Impns. day ^ {q minister is ing at the Watergate    cover-up    the breakin at the office of for the *hlrd time in this centu-toned for    12    years. trial    evidence    relating    to    the    Daniel Ellsberg’s psychiatrist. jrY’ and the government an- White House plumbers.    Prates    had    argued    that    the af- nounced Monday that parlia- “I say that Mr. Ehrlichman is    fidavit was essential to counter !ment wil1 probably elect a pro- not getting a fair trial    if that is    a prosecutjon conlenlion that an | visional president this. week. Ehrlichman motive for partied 'The final official Count from pating in the cover-up was tojSunday’s plebiscite was prevent disclosure of the plumb-3-236 345 or 69 2 percent, in j country before ers’ activities.    favor of a republic and 1,443,804 j the    sentence In an earlier    trial,    Ehrlichman votes* ,or 30 8 Percent*for lhe re* was convicted of conspiring to *urn the monarchy. Twenty- Ells- Dual Policy paper    interview that    Israel I from Capitol Hill.    It called for on    whether    such    cross-cxamina-j    At    another    energy hearing, should    be ready for additional |controis °n prices    and all forms-tions    violate    the    defendant’s1 meanwhile.    Interior Secretary withdrawals in the^    tax    reform, strict I right to remain silent by imply- Morton said Sinai even if EevDt does not energy conservation, credit ra-jing he was trying to cover un ani'vcl°P a dual P°licy of conserve make uokkUcat    ;    Uoiuim,    na ikon al    beatlh    vnsur-1 alleged crime    lMm lvrwi resource development make finical concion*. J £ ^    \    ^ He also said Israel no longer:    The    c*^r demands a declaration of puota system which had divided ^TnWwill follow    T real P0^ <*uestion we belligerency from Egypt and    bitterly    in 1972 It was    face 18 not cither conservation JERUSALEM (Al ) ~ An is not concerned about what P J    mandatory    I    H^{    to    S<tellcc    *    lor developments "Morton said Israeli court convicted the; label is put on a new pact.    replaced    with a mandatory    re Greek Catholic archbishop of    have a general    review ICTUltinB Pro^arn    called affir-: ,    ... J general    review |mat|ve actjon” t0    bring women OFal arguments win be heard''” the later this term and a written yeaLs t0 ll follow. or developments,” When a person is arrested, he at the opening session of a is advised of his right to a law- three-day public hearing on U.S. the situation,” said William Frates, Ehrlichman’s attorney. “I don’t agree with you,” responded Judge John Sirica. The exchange took place after Sirica upheld a prosecution ob- an old friend of mine for a long Msgr. Hilarion Capudji wastjme and we’jj discuss it in that sentenced to a total of 49 years spirit.” in prison, but the court said    \ew Phase? the terms would be concurrent . , , .. .... „ * „ and total 12 years Legal .Askcd lf ,Mld tast “f"8' sources said Israel might de- ''",s arc €ntcrln8 a new P*135' port the prelate to an Arab' he served out minorities and other traditional-jyer and his right to ;Iy under-represented groups silent under questioning into the party.    In Winner-Take-All remain energy policy. “The major decision is how do we balance these two cases appealed to the’two strategies.” “How Much?” five percent of the eligible deny Dr Lewis Fielding,___ berg s psychiatrist, his civil v°fers owl n°f vote. rights.    leading    Candidate In protesting Sirica;s ruling, The ieading candidate for the Prates noted that the judge had,provisional presidency, a large-rejected his efforts to call sever-jy figurehead post, is former a1 witnesses including former,premier Panayiotis Canellopou-j^e spiritual leader 721    ,    4,000    Christians He will be replaced in a national election. But before that Jefferson Safe Is Blowtorches $400 Is Taken Thieves who blowtorched a three-foot square hole into the Jefferson high school safe Sun- Sirica later refused to let I    "nZZHtL Vi'** !01 carr>’mg day night got away with about Frates call a third witness, U.S    ^    ,,h^T    from u'banon MIW rn cash, but overlooked Attorney Earl filbert, after first    I m { /yyi    i * clk.    i i-    .,i    I constitution    of constiiuuvuai another ti .OOO    hearing albert s testimony with amendments    par)jamem de. discovered the jury out the courtroom. This    r replied: “I would say that any attempt to find ways and means to achieve some political progress in the area would be welcome.” Two newspapers in Jerusalem reported that Allon carried plans for more withdrawals in “How much conservation can the economy withstand’” he asked “What should be the pace of resource development?" “We are well aware that U.S. minds of jurors, questioned the cnerW consumption cannot con-defendants; about why they “nue ^ grow at 4 to 5 percent a President Richard M. Nixon. Third Witness Sirica later refused to After his conviction, Msgr. Capudji made an impassioned condemnation of Israel as ‘‘aggressors . . . robbers . . . despots . . . conquerors” in “this beloied land named Palestine.” The Syrian-born Arab, who Ssion K«Pl s reciprocal offer of about the Holy!*** a supreme court, defendants refused to answer police questions The first constitution ever during their initial interroga-adopted by an American politi- j tion. By the time they went to cal party also bans discrimi- trial, the defendants had alibis, nation, outlaws winner-take-all prosecutors, in an effort to cast primaries, opens all party meet- a shadow en the alibis in the ings to the public, makes the national party supreme over______________ _________v „ state parties, declares that all Jailed to mention the alibis to Yc*r’ **    obvious convention delegations and police.    ;that energy conservation must party caucus, if challenged.^ The circuit court of iippcal.s he blended with a carefully and must provide the burden of for the District of Columbia or-|o®»berately planned programer proof that they opened their af- dered a new trial for William resource development, the Sinai    desert.    The    Jerusalem j fairs to minority representation Hale who was convicted of rob- Post    set    the    proposed    pullback    under affirmative action, leave*, bery. Chief Judge David Baze- miles or less, depending to the discretion of the national : |0n referred to the landmark s 0 u [ c v s Council, whose 2U committee w hether future mid- i%6 supreme court ruling in ^embers are to bring their rec-Maariv said Allon would sue-1 term national conventions Miranda vs. Arizona, which ommendations to President witMrawal of ^out si* I should be held, and creates agavc defendants .he right to^» ettle party remain silent He said prosecu congrtss in January, is sponsor-tors could not try to use the^g the hearings. Members of that] ’The real test of the new affir- silence against defendants at the council will confer at Camp action substitute for {trial. The government ap- »aid. The he cabinet-level Energy He at 30 <i,uuu cnrisuans in the Holy    Ul    ’ Land, was convicts on charges miles from the ,in€s Put in ef’ J*1, c0unc of carrying arms and explosives fect last January by Kissinger s disputes. angry out- fining the presidential powers. It is not known yet whether he some of them nuns and priests, ,Paper will propose a strong presidency ln lhd „)Urtrooni where had I carrying any to Washington, said (Continued: Page 3. Col 8 ) The breakin was around 6 a rn. Monday by Jim prompted another Snetzler. 34. of 1631 Southview burst from Frates. drive NW. a school employe.    I    say    that    to exclude as sith policy-making powers, like deriotTnoir    mH    ri-.impd The thieves apparently en- many witnesses as your honor.the American and French pres!-    n‘.ti (    1    , tered the school through an at- has excluded is to deny Mr. Jdencies, or    a weak figurehead,LllPinff    mnniipmr* M ° e °f tendance office window, pried Ehrlichman a fair trial. Prates with policy    as well as govern-    Th    thrto.iiiHo    a open a set of double doors, and said.    sment    administration    remaining headed for the machine shop    “Thats a pretty nice speech, the province of the premier j room, where they obtained a you’re making, but it’s not’elected by parliament. torch    going to affect me,” Sirica re-    Ex-King    Silent Forced Gate    plied mildly. They forced open a gate Foundation Fantod    There    was    no    immediate    corn- blocking the hallway to the of-    ®n    outcome    of    the fice and entered the office* In cacb of the three cases in (plebiscite from ex-King Con-through a window.    which Sirica    refused to    permit (stantinei who    fled from Greece School officials said    about    lhe witnesses    to testify    before'in 1967 after    an abortive at- $400 in cash was taken, but over tbe jur> - Sirica sided with pros- tempt to overthrow the military ti non in rpreiDts from a wres- tutors who contended that!junta that    had seized power: tMng match were missed    Frates had    failed t0    follow;eight months    before. He said j Student permanent    records    Fr0Per legal    procedures    to lay | before the vote that he wanted stored in the safe were not dis- xplosivc. tor the Patch d«sengagemcnt agreement new and Black September crganiza- cased a confrontation left after I malice constitutional ^^,    the October. 1973, war.    quotas    will    come    when    the    Com-, pealed The Israeli foreign ministry ;P I i a n c e Review Commission would The black-robed churchman smiled and waved to spectators. and will not confirm the news- rules on state programs reports Allon is not spells out what program* maps with him satisfy the new rules. The commission also will have to determine just what is; meant when the new charter! says the reforms extend to “all David, Md., on Saturday to weigh the proposals made during the hearings and come up /with their own recommen-But the second circuit court oijdatjons Consumer Stand Refused a spokesman Allon also was reported ready to suggest an additional thin- appeals in New York refut-ed to apply the principle to the conviction of Cecil Grafton Rose. who was charged with imper Lee White, a spokesman for the Consumer Federation of ning out of forces on both sides:party affairs. Some party reg-of anv new demarcation line, ulars have complained that hav- sonatmg a federal officer That America, urged the administrant pointed to a 1971 supreme tion to adopt mandatory energy (Continued: Page 2, Col. I. fazing Less Mecrt Utth Hejp^ OHicicri Says Basic Food Policy Changes Urged the foundation for their testimo- to return to “the home of turbed The breakin was similar to another one at the school more than a month ago, in which a blowtorch was also used Oxygen Supply In that incident, the would-be thieves were .stopped in the hallway outside the office their acetylene oxygen. At another Cedar Rapids school, three windows were broken and several rooms entered. Police said the damage occurred at Polk school, Fifteenth street and B avenue NE. sometime Saturday or Sunday. ny In contrast to the defense eases presented by other defendants, Frates has called a whatever the my re forefathers suit.” But Caramanlis said Sunday night: “I don’t think it would be number of witnesses including w*se f°r bim to attempt to reformer White House aide turn *n ^ n**r future. Charles Colson and William Bittman, former attorney for! when Watergate breakin defendant F. torch ran out of Howard Hunt. 'I off <f if'* € Ii ne I* lr Most of us have two chances of becoming affluent — slim and fat. C<H>vr)0ht Daley Says He'll Seek Sixth Term CHICAGO (UPI) - Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley, 72, a, Kingmaker in national Democratic politics for almost two decades, announced Monday he will seek an unprecedented sixth four-ye ar term WASHINGTON (APi - A government farm conference was told Monday that little progress can be made in solving world hunger unless many countries make basic changes in their own food and trade policies. Harry Waiters of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, an affiliate of the World Bank, also said he sees little benefit if Americana and other affluent consumers eat less meat so that more grain could be used to help needy countries. Some experts have advocated such a plan. Walters’ remarks were in a speech prepared for the opening session of the National Agricultural Outlook Conference at the agriculture department. The theme of the four-day meeting is "U.S. Agriculture in the World Economy.” Implies Price Hikes Walters, who said his views were personal and not those of the World Bank, told the conference that policy shifts in the developing countries would be especially difficult since changes would imply increases in farm prices. “This would conflict directly with the desire of many developing country governments to keep food prices low for poor, urban consumers,” he said Walter* said that when food is scarce and expensive, as it is now. richer people can bid food away from poor people. “This is especially true where so much of the diet of the world’s poor depends on cereals. But that dependence is on food grains V— wheat and rice,” he said. "Transferring grain to the poor through forgone meat consumption would be an indirect and inefficient method of helping the hungry ” Suggested Steps Walters said necessary changes should be made now. He said the developed countries can help facilitate this by making emergency food aid and technical assistance available. The oil-rich countries could help through financial and fertilizer aid, He said the most important step would be for food-deficient countries the twelves to give “a consistent priority” to food production in their own use of resources. “Surely, this would be a more intelligent way to expand our energies and resources in the next decade than to simply consider how to transfer vast amounts of grain,” Walters said conservation measures, including oil import limits and standards for improved automobile engine efficiency. White also suggested some federal standard for requiring insulation in buildings and said the administration should support adoption of stand-by authority for gasoline rationing. He said the problems facing low income groups must be (Continued Page 2, Col. 5 ) Today s Index Comics ..... 20 Crossword ..... ..... 20 Daily Record .......3 Deaths .......3 Editorial Features ... 6 Farm ..... . 12 Financial .......... ..... IS Marion .... 7 Movies .......... 17 Society ........ ..,, .... IO Sports ......... . 13-16 State . ........... 8. *» Television....... ll Want Ads . 21*25 ;

  • Charles Colson
  • Daniel Ellsberg
  • David Baze
  • Egil Krogh
  • Frank Zarb Sunday
  • Hilarion Capudji
  • Hunter Shirley
  • John Sawhill
  • John Sirica
  • Lee White
  • Lewis Fielding
  • Richard Fulton
  • Richard J. Daley
  • Richard M. Nixon
  • Ron Nessen
  • William Bittman
  • William Frates
  • Yitzhak Rabin

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: December 9, 1974

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