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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather- Chimer of light Know tonight, lows 5 lo IS. nihils Sunday 15 to 20. VOLUME 91 NUMBER 361 rn btdut fbtptdA CITY FINAL IO CENTS CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1074 ASSOCIATED PRESS, (JIM, NEW YORK TIMESBRITISH KEEP AIRPORT VIGIL AMARILLO, Texas (AP) John Glenn Lawrence, abducted from his Nevada home Monday, has been rescued by police here and Ihe 15-month-old boy’s babysitter has been charged with kidnaping. John and Ihe sitter, identified as Sharon Lee Bancherau, 19, were picked up by police Friday night as they got off a bus from Tucumcari, N. M. Police said the boy appeared to be in good health although (Photo on Picture Page) running a slight fever. He was taken to a hospital for observation. “It’s like having him reborn again,” said h’s mother, Mrs. Stanley lawrence, at her home in North Las Vegas as she learned that her son had been found. “Sweetest Peace” John is the sole surviving child of the lawrence couple.; Timothy, 6, died of viral pneumonia 24 hours before John wa* abducted. One pregnancy had to be terminated and another baby' died one day after birth. After police advised that John I was safe, Mrs. Lawrence said:; “This is the most chilling, sweetest peace I have ever had. “After I found out I ran into j the kitchen, got a cold candle out of the refrigerator and stuck, it in a cake left from Christmas President Rips Ervin "Attempt To Intrude Call Troops To Counter Terrorists LONDON (AP) Tho British New Aiiorney General -UPI Telephoto SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP)'Gerald Warren said St. Clair — President Nixon’s personal J met secretly with Nixon here rejection of broad scale senate J Monday and participated in the Watergate committee subpoenas j decision to reject the subpoenas. , for tapes and documents ap- jn Washington, Ervin respond parently will stand, oven if the wj “there’s nothing in the committee scales down its de* Constitution of the United States! mand-s.    that gives the President the army ringed Ixmdon’s Heathrow Nixon used strong language power to withhold information I airport with armored cars, light Friday in telling Chairman Sam concerning political activities or tanks and hundreds of soldiers Ervin by letter. “I can only view information concerning illegal Saturday in an apparent at* your subpoenas as an overt at- activities.”    tempt to guard against terrorist tempt to intrude into the execu- jn a statement issued through stacks five to a degree that constitutes I office. Ervin said the com- “This is part of the contingency an unconstitutional usurpation    mjtt(*p search for evidence was    plans that have been    prepared of power    confined to those    two categories,    to deal with emergencies, Scot- Anticipating Nixon's reaction    \>w    Ficht    land Yard said to three subpoenas for nearly    The    show    of    force    came    as    the 500 tape* and scores of    docu    Nixon’s rebuff    appeared cer-    government prepared    to press rnents, deputy committee    coon-'fain to lead to a    new court fight j charges against three    suspected sol    Rufus Edmisten had predict-    over access to White House doc-    terrorists accused of conspiring ed    the panel    would narrow its    uments and tapes of his private1    to possess guns and ammuni- subpoenas “to the essentials.” conversations    tion. A high administration official The committee reportedly will The three — one of whom has who normally    reflects the Pres-    move in court Monday to amend    identified as Allison Thump • •    •    *    a complaint in an earlier suit    son pj a model and waitress before U.    S District Judge John from    santa    Barbara.    Calif.    — J Sirica    that    related to five tapes the committee has sought (.ourt since June. The White House would have IO days to respond . . Warren said he could not pre-an    ab-    dict the    next    legal move and issuing    declined    to    predict whether    The disposition    of    soldiers and Nixon would carry anv fight to!armor at the airport was the ident’s views, was asked about EdmLsten's comment after Nixon’s letter was made public “Absurd Step" The official said “the redefining .should have taken place before they took such surd. ridiculous step" a? the original subpoenas. were scheduled to appear in later Saturday. Troops were guarding the court hom e as well First Indication William Saxbe, former senator from Ohio, is sworn in as U.S. attorney general. In the center is Mrs. Saxbe end administering the oath is Robert Duncan, former Ohio supreme court justice. At the conclusion of the ceremony, Saxbe summoned Sen. Harold Hughes (D-lowaj, who is leaving politics to become a religious worker, to pray for the success of the new cabinet member. Humphrey into Hospital After Tumor Treated Says Gold Dumped Back in Sea He said Kdmisten's remark the supreme court if necessary, showed “total lack of understanding. perspective and re- j soect for the executive branch and the office of the President ’’ Nixon’s letter was released si-1 multaneouslv with an announcement that he has shaken up his' Watergate legal defense staff, criticized recently bv Press Sec May Have Some Trouble Sighting Kohoutelc Tonight PA (AP C E CENTER. Houston Tonight is the night retary    Ronald    Ziegler    as    having    Kohoutek,    once billed    as the made    some    mistakes    he    at-    “comet of    the century,”    was to ISLAMORADA,    Fla.    (AP)    -J    But    ho    Raid.    “The    artifacts!    was later    told    the    treasure    had    mbuted lo overwork.    have blazed across earth    s sky Divers    are    ready    to    search for are    not    where    they’re    supposed    boon    dumped    on    New    Year's1 first indication how seriously the government is treating the possibility of terrorist attacks. Britain normally docs not maintain guards at airports and British police usually carry no guns. Police said Miss Thompson and Abdelkhir El-Hakkaoui, 25. of Morocco were arrested a week ago at london airport after the Californian arrived WASHINGTON (AP p f r • h ft    I    with    five    automatic    pistols    and Sen*-]*?000 <o O00.00B in gold andjto bt either at his house or in j day in deep water near the San;as “counsel and chief ofj^"'^,.^ m^h^/Hard    jNl^of    San .v... „      .    - ,    _ -    ,    ,    silver    artifacts that a treasureithe bank vaults. Somebody has'Jose and divers were sent down th |pcai 6tarf \jxon named nm* find in«    ‘    '    “*•    or    r    . The candle stands for the re- tor Hubert Humphrey has been hunter c}ajms to have dumped! taken them out.”    !    Friday to look for it.    James    St. Clair. 53. of Boston. The Skylab I astronauts who    °    arr,vrd    on birth of my baby.”    hospitalized for follow-up exam-back into the ocean off the Williams said the state of-, “Visibility was very poor and    have    the    best view of the comet    am    . Amarillo Detectives Gerald ^nations reportedly resulting Florida keys.    ficials had made arrangements they didn't find anything that    Garment Moved    ^    ^    ,|)f.lr    orbiting    stntjon    Moroccan    and    In* Jacobs and Gary Richards ^tdifrom two months of treatment Diver Tom Gurr was shown Jo pick the treasure up Thurs-.couid be identified as part of the Also removed from the han-    ,    mns< be day but Gurr told them they treasure.” Williams said. “We ll riling of Watergate-related legal 1 n*aJ"?*1 J* were 100 la,e    !    'T    ta. , ,r    ma',,,rs r 'Trr N'T who brighter 'ban an ordinary “We dont know vet if Gurr partner Leonard Garment, who. J?    ___    _____ _ a    for a possible malignant bladder    I'r>day on TV dumping what officials who disco voted mat    sajd was treasure he had recov- Mirs Bancherau and the baby tumor-    en,(j in t|,a jas( year    from }}]n had spent Thursday night in the Humphrey, 62.    checked    into    250-year-old wreck of    the Span- Guadalupo county sheriff's of- the Bethesda Naval    Medical    ish galleon San Jose. fice    Center Friday,    but    spokesmen    The state of Florida claim? 25 Day    at    I    ruck    Stop    there said they    had    no word on    percent cf the value of any New    Mexico    officials    said the bis condition.    treasure found in state water and the searchers keep 75 per- 'Wouldn't Sav Whv rp* Pakistani had been students at tbs j Santa Barbara Community col* no lege «far. Police sources said detectives P'our day: actually did dump the treasure, had been acting White House '”u‘    ,a^°    d    W,IS    a*    Questioning    the    throe    believe "He wouldn t say why or what hU| we do know he threw some- counsel since the firing of John ' !m(S r1^ er'    roaY    Par^    °f    a    Moroccan he had done with the treasure,’’ Williams said, adding that he The Minnesota Democrat’s cent. So Gurr was charged late Fri- Snow Socks California girl and baby were picked up after they spent an entire day at physician, Dr. Edgar Berman, a truck stop in Vaughn. They wa£ qUOtecj jn Saturday’s Min-,    ,    . said they did not discover until *jis Trjbune as saving day with grand larceny and wa atter she left that an    alias used    Humphrey    would rcceive lhr,f    ta Wd in he county tad    on    Atisocialed    , by Miss Bancherau    matched    or fo'ur da    of cxaminalions ,0    S7.500 bond, police said one included in an PBI    warrcint    I determine    if X-rav therapy he    Ho could not be reached    for for her arrest.    bas been    receiving has dam-    comment, but a friend and fel ting out. He may just be say-! Dean April 30    N,iinv    astronomers    predicted    organization dedicated to the ing he threw the treasure cut.” Buzhardt who had been only a few weeks ago that Ko- overthrow of pro-Western King But Marx said he believed loaned to the White House by houtek would produce a striking Hassan II. The Times of london Gurr did dispose of the ar- the Defense Department, where tifacts.    he    held    the    title    of    general    coun- “I’m sure he did it.” Marx sc!, was appointed White House said. “He’s been threatening to,counsel to succeed Pean Gar-throw away the treasure for a mcnt was named an assistant to display in earth's twilight sky said they were part of a plot to between tonight and Wednes- kill or kidnap the Moroccan am-day.    bassador. Abdellah Chorfi. More Data Heavy of the ncral condition    ^ow (^ver- marine archaeologist southern Berman told the Tribune he Robert Marx, said that, if Hurr stalling did throw away the treasure, it probably because he He"'saidI “ cou Id n' t    ^e sta*p to divide; .. ,    .    ,    __i• (it. f.o he couldn't sell it and was r Humphrey has undergone twice-!J***    ,, yearly bladder examinations ‘>ro'ce' blood in his    "Broke    No    Laws Jacobs quoted her as saying >(j b,s she took the baby because she felt he was not getting proper t was ab0ut 70 percent sure the care from his parents.    tumor itself had been destroyed vv a She was held rn the county jail bv ,h(. trejlmcnt! under a $100,000 bond recommended by the PBI office in Dallas. ress snow staggered parts Southwest, including California. Saturday, traffic and setting records. A record 14 inches of snow overed Palmdale, (.’alif mg whil* Revenue Listing Not So Helpful tho President cultural affair tion programs matter? Nixon wrote Ervin to speciali , voluntary and civ Another Detained Astronauts Gerald Carr, Wil-I The police sources said the ii, ^*am    and    Edward    Gibson    three    appeared    to    have no con li * rights Have been charting its path and nocturn with such known Arab photographing it for several terrorist organizations as Al weeks as it swung around the patah and Black September, sun and headed back toward Another American woman, pro- seek would unquestionably strov any vestige of confider Crash Kills 7 of Family AUBURNDALE, P'la (API — A couple and five of their eight of borderline” when last studied children were killed early today I in September, the physician told little more invasive” and when a car smashed head-on into their Volkswagen bus The occupant of the ut lier vehicle was also killed The three surviving children of the Dana Smith family of Winter Haven. Fla , were listed in serious condition Police said the driver of a Ford sedan was traveling at high speed when he crossed the center line and smashed into the VW on a curve. He was Michael Labun, 22. of Auburndale Two Die in Oil Facility Blast DALE, HI 'AP) - A crude oil fire continued to bum at a Texaco facility Saturday following an explosion Friday aliet noon that kilb'd two men Ihe cause has not t>een established Tnduy'x Chuckle Argument I wo people try mg to get in Hie last won! first    co**'** since detecting urine in the late 1960s.    ;    State    officials    said    Gurr    had    day. In Palm Springs. An abnormal but non-can- contracted with the state to Tramway was closed because cerous growth was diagnosed keep the treasure secure and the snow, during periodic samplings of SUS- had no right to dispose of it. i The Red Cro pect tissue in the intervening “I broke no laws,” Gurr said j shelter stations for strandod informed you P’riday the years, but the tissue looked a on TV. “Pm just returning it to motorists in Antelope Valley, number was “not in service.” sort w he re I got it. The state didn’t The Fresno State basketball Greg Crosby. IRS regional pay me to get it.”    team never made it to 1/mg public information officer, cx- Gurr has been diving on the I Beach State for a scheduled plained that the number given San Jose for five years. The! game.    I    contained a typographical error, ship, part of a Spanish treasure In Los Angeles a high of 49 fleet, sank in 1733 about four was the lowest maximum ever mdes off Islamorada.    recorded for Jan. 4    J    TEL Robert Williams, director of Heavy-snow warnings were in La hat. state archives, said he could not effect Saturday for Nevada. Israel i verify that Gurr had actually Utah. Arizona, New Mexico and named ore to the sea. Colorado.    P’ridav duce the materials you now. ^ j deep space    I hey had    some    tall and about 25. was detained _________________ spectacular    views from    above    by Branch detectives Friday    for Hall tv of presidential c0mmuni-!earth’s rll-stor,mK atmosphere. questioning about international thereby irreparably im-!. “f’rom a scientific viewpoint, terrorism after she arrived on a tune- H SHU the    comet of the    centu-    jumbo jet from New York.    Po- rv because,    thanks to Skylab,    hee refused to name her    but iwe have more data than has sajd she was a “known as-Nixon also argued that it|evt‘r been collected on the com sociate" of the other three would ><T\e no legislative pur- P°s,U°n of a comet, said one There had been reports Prime number listed for people outside which I can dtf'*ern" and astronomer    Minister Heath s government et up food and metropolitan areas, a recording coujd impair the work of the Hut from a viewing stand- would only deport the* threi special Watergate prosecutor,iP0111* here on earth its not bv- hoping to stave off terrorist re-Leon Jaworski SAN FRANCISCO (AP* -The Internal Revenue Service, trying to be helpful, sent out a ^ n* news release to 500 newspapers, ca^on .    _    .    radio and television stations list- pairing the constitutional flhoto on lecture Page)    mg telephone numbers northern |tjons 0f (he office of the presi Californians could call for help dency.” dlf* in untangling tax problems. 1 But, if you called the toll-fm the newspaper. Humphrey, from 1965 to about 25 X-rav vice-president 1969, underwent treatments late Secret Meeting President said he took hi? important last year while continuing to carry a full work load in the senate, Berman said Mrs. Humphrey said earlier returned the tn Friday that the senator entered the hospital because "he hasn t been feeling well and wanted to find out why.” An aide said he had complained of stomach problems. Th and on important constitu- n tional grounds, adding. “I re-j Named Mayor    cognize that in the current en- AVIV (APi — Shlonio vironment there may be some who once commanded attempt to distort my position southern front, was! as only an effort to withhold in-mayor ot Tri Aviv on formation I) e p u t y Profs Secretary Cocktails-and-Tape Case Probed here on earth it mg up to advance billing The pnsals in event they were tried average ground observer may and jailed have a difficult time seeing it. Hut newspapers and political called for a trial, warning against passing British responsibilities on to other governments. In Thonq win hristma; eve with her and NEW YORK (AID - Clifford ,ht*n le,f for N<‘w York •her* die said she had a “modeling The comet looks in bright-ss now about like Dabih,” (Continued Page 2. Col. 7.1 Irving Moved to Halfway House anta Barbara, M i s s on’s aunt. Melissa Mer-29. said the girl spent Dies in Collision with Auto Driven by Wife PIPESTONE, Mum. (APi — A farmer was killed P’ridav night whan the car he was driving collided head-on with one driven by his wife The vie! rn was \lbertUK Van-derpoel, 35, who was alone in his car. The other vehicle, driven by Jeannette Vandcrpoel, 39. also carried their son, Greg, IU. The two were hospitalized in fair condition The accident occurred on a county road a quarter mile (rom the Vandcrpoel home WASHINGTON (AP) - The District of Columbia Bar Assn is investigating an incident in which a lawyer for Ralph Nader played a White House tape at a party. The justice department is pondering whether to take independent action against the I a vv y e r , William Dobrovir “No decision has been made,” one official said Dobrovir declined to answer any questions about the investigation. “I have no comment. period,” he said. He is refusing to allow newsmen into his offices pending the outcome of the affair Associates say he is seeking an attorney to represent him in any disciplinary proceedings In the bar association probe, legal authorities said, Dobrovir probably will face no worse than a censure motion, if that. They said suspension and disbarment appear unlikely. Fred Grabowsky. counsel for the association’s disciplinary board, said he decided to investigate the incident after hearing about it on the radio. “The matter is under consideration,” he said “We will take the action we feel appro pilate.” Dobrovir won the tape after a lengthy court fight, then played five minutes of it for seven friends at a salami and-cocktail gathering in Georgetown, a fashionable section of Washington He later apologized to the judge in the case and said "I made a foolish mistake ” The judge. William Jones, ordered Dobrovir to refrain from making premature release of material in the case but took no disciplinary' action He said the justice department could direct any complaints about Dohrovirs behavior to the association The department’s decision now apparently rests with Attorney General Saxbe. sworn iii Friday The White House has repeat cdlv referred to the incident critically, and Press Secretary Ronald L. Ziegler once suggested that Dobrovir may have broken the law. Dobrovir won the tape and some other documents in a Ralph Nader suit accusing the administration of granting a 1971 milk price increase as a political payoff for $427,000 in campaign donations from three giant dairy co-operatives. The recording was made March 23, 1971. as President Irving, author of the faked auto biography of billionaire Howard|interview Hughes, has been transferred from federal prison to a halfway I bouse At the Manhattan Community Treatment ( enter, a spokesman sa:d P’riday. Irving will be granted passes to visit his family His wife is in Switzerland, awaiting retrial of a conviction for her role in the $850,000 hoax She served a term in this j country and was sentenced to two years on the Swiss conviction last March Their two children are expected to be brought here from Spain to be with their father during his hours of freedom The spokesman said the purpose of Irving's confinement here is “to heip him adjust to Italian Quakes ASSISI, Italy (AIM — Two earth tremors jolted this town Saturday, opening cracks on several old buildings. Today s Index Nixon and high administration his impending release from officials met with a group of prison ” He is due for parole dairymen    Pet) 14 ( hon h I Com irs 6 Courthouse * Crossword 6 Daily Heron! •# Deaths Editorial P sutures 4 Financial 12 Marion 12 Movies 7 Sports 9, IO Television 8 Want Ads 13-15 ;