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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1966, Cedar Rapids, IowaWeather fair mir Wanner san figr. Law m is. My a Gay a my City anal com volume a a number 1s7 Cedar rapids Iowa saturday july Mima associated press United press International Kaler nurses named troops on by James Dwyer Chicago a National guardsmen helped police restore relative peace to a riot scarred West Side area saturday and then most of them withdrew to their armoires on a standby basis. Photo on picture Page police patrols and two jeep loads or guardsmen roamed the area saturday but there were no Early reports of daytime looting or other violence. Youthful gangs who had looted burned and fired sniper style from rooftops faded away As guardsmen told to shoot to kill if fired on went on patrol Friday night. Through the streets of a 140-Square-Block area rolled trucks loaded with soldiers rifles at the ready bayonets fixed jeeps with machine guns mounted to a lice cars with shotguns poked out windows. 1,500 into action knots of negroes lined curbs in some areas cat calling occasionally. But there were Only scattered incidents one reported sniper shooting with police resuming fire but finding no one a fire bomb thrown into a Street outside a Home a few store windows broken several fires in houses and stores. By Midnight streets were virtually deserted. Major gen. Francis Kane held 1.500 troops in Reserve and sent 1.500 into action operating from a base in a parking lot. They teamed with 1,000 police. A if anybody shoots at my men a Kane told newsmen a my orders Are to shoot backs shoot to the word must have got around. Newsmen interviewing negroes on the streets reported an attitude of fear among Many. Some said the guard will leave sooner or later and trouble will come anew. Viet reds warned by identified Harriman on capt wes. United nations apr a or More. Nor have they allowed the International red Cross com i up i photo Wilson flies to Moscow his wife looking on and his famous pipe clenched Between his Teeth British prime minister Wilson Waves As he leaves 10 Downing Street for the Airport in route to Moscow where he arrived later today. The ostensible purpose of his trip is a visit to a British Trade fair but he Hopes also to talk with Premier Kosygin about peace in Vietnam. Secretary general u of cart appealed to Narth Ivelue saturday my to try american prisoners. He said any such trial would a generate Stilt More intense escalation Quot of a War he said already threatens to become world War i by Jack Bell j Washington a roving ambassador w. Averell Harri Man publicly warned Hanoi saturday that mistreatment of . Captives a will change the whole feeling of the War which he said up to now has not been aimed against the people of North Vietnam. In the strongest words yet issued by a Washington official concerning red threats to try american prisoners As War criminals Harriman said a North Vietnam still indicates that they believe the . Will Mittee Access to the captives. I he added that Hanoi has re a fused to accept the committee headquartered in Geneva As a protecting Power and has turned Down requests for Pris Joner mail Exchange and package Exchange although a trickle i of mail comes in and out. Board acts to Cut air traffic Jam mrs. Gandhi gets billion from soviet no peace Aid Washington a civil aeronautics Board moving to ease monumental air traffic jams across the nation Friday night authorized 13 supplemental airlines to Fly nearly 100 r o u t e s of the five struck carriers. A cab spokesman said the supplemental a airlines that usually Fly charter and non scheduled flights a will begin accepting reservations immediately for most of the nations heavily travelled major air routes including coast to coast flights. The Board specifically granted the supplemental airlines authority to handle those flights for the next 30 Days that Are not Moscow a indians prime minister ended a mos the cow visit saturday with promises of a billion dollars Worth of soviet Aid but a Kremlin refusal to follow her suggestions on trying to Start Vietnam peace talks. Indira Gandhi told reporters before flying to new Delhi that soviet leaders had told her they could agree to peace proposals Only if North Vietnam accepts them. And Hanoi has not commented on her proposals which include soviet action in calling a peace conference in Geneva. Communist China has rejected her ideas. Premier Alexei Kosygin headed officials at the Airport to see her off. Kosygin stayed on to Welcome British prime minister Harold Wilson an hour later. Now being handled by the no struck airlines. It reserved however the right to Amend or cancel the authority without a hearing. Last weekend the cab gave the scheduled airlines not affected by the strike authority to add As Many flights As possible. A but this was not found to be enough a a spokesman said Friday night. A especially in areas not served by those airlines. A what we re doing now is trying to get More capacity. We re not in any Way involved in the strike a a we la fight a we can to Cope with the stuff they got on those guard trucks Quot a youth told a newsman a but we can Cope with the police. As soon As those gis go Back these cops Are Gonna make a mistake by being lax a a we All gotta die some time Well fight a said another. Mayor Richard Daley said he blames the outbreak a in Large measures on aides of or. Martin Luther King chairman of the Southern Christian leadership conference. King and his staff have been conducting a civil rights drive in Chicago. Said Daley a surely some of the people that came in Here have been talking for the last year of violence and showing spa 1,i�17n,g���1f pictures and instructing people in How to conduct violence. They re on his Kings said King a it is unfortunate that one in such a High position of authority As the mayor of Chicago should perpetrate such a a must be quelled King said he believes the National guard Call up was necessary a the rioting must be Daley and King met Friday slayings bring Johnson Cable be Iowa youth 17, found dead on Road Manila a president Johnson cabled condolences saturday to president Marcos in the Chicago slaying of eight nurses including two from the Philippines. The text was not made Public by Marcos office but officials said Johnson asked him to convey condolences to the families of the victims. Johnson officials said also told Marcos his own daughter Luci was a student nurse and for that reason the tragedy was doubly painful. Wilson will attend a British Trade fair Here and also discuss Vietnam with Kosygin. Mrs. Gandhi said the soviet Union has promised a just under Quot a billion rubles slightly More than $1 billion at the official rate in Aid for. Indians fourth five year plan now beginning. This will be about equal to All the soviet economic Aid to India in the past. Virtually All has been on Long term credit for repayment in Indian products. At a news conference before flying Home mrs. Gandhi said she thought a pre condition for peace talks a would be the stopping of bombing of North talking separately to reporters Kosygin said he had explained to her a your position a that american aggression should be stopped and All foreign troops withdrawn. A that is the Only possible solution a Kosygin said. All that the government of North Vietnam asks us to do will be done a he added. Judge voids Coralville annexation special to the outfit Iowa City Johnson county District judge Clair Hamilton has ruled against the City of Coralville in the so called a a shoestring voluntary annexation in late 1964 of about i 7<fcacre strip to the South and West of that City. Richard Burger in 1965 had filed a petition protesting the annexation As a private citizen although he was mayor of Iowa City at that time. A hearing had been held june 30, 1966. Judge Hamilton said the Coralville resolutions of annexation adopted by the Council sept. 22 and dec. 6, 1964, were illegal and void and set aside the annexation. Continued Page 2, col. 2. Hanoi statement Tokyo apr Hanoi radio announced that it would a release a special transmission at 8 45 p.m., Iowa time saturday. This hint of an important statement did not disclose its nature. Give up just As France did some years ago if they hold out. A now if they think there is anything in this at All one of the surest ways for it to assure that the american Public will stick to this thing to the end no matter How Long it takes would be their mistreatment of our airmen. Philadelphia firm leases Montrose today Index comics. 6 Church. 3 courthouse. 2 crossword. 9 daily record. 2 deaths. 2 editorial features. A financial. 9 Marion. 19 movies. 7 sports. State. 7 Telesis it. 9 want Adi .19-�3 Waukon the body of Lyle Burke 17, has been taken to a Lacrosse Hospital for an autopsy to determine the cause of his death. Young Burke the son of or. And mrs. James Burke of Rural Dorchester was hit by a car but it is not known if that caused his death. Sheriff Theodore Rumph said the body was lying on Highway 13 about 3% Miles North of Waukon when it was hit by a car driven by mrs. David Schulte of pos Vilie about 4 45 . Saturday. Mrs. Schutte thought at first she had hit a bundle of clothing. She stopped the car and went Back to investigate. When she saw the youth she called the Waukon Hospital. Hospital j authorities called Rumph who got to the scene about 5 . The youth had been in Waukon Friday evening. He had left town about 3 30 . Saturday to walk Home. Officials said the youth May a have been hit by an earlier car. A the body will be returned to the Bakke Hanson funeral Home. Expect to get Job that Way Pittsburgh a two Job Hunters have become the hunted. James Sayer assistant personnel manager for the Humble Oil co. Office told police Friday that two applicants stole a �600 camera from his office during their interview. Cadir rapid new so the entire premises of the Montrose hotel have been leased to the Hofmann hotel co., of Philadelphia it was announced saturday by Harold m. Becker president of the Montrose hotel co. The Philadelphia firm took Over operation of the hotel saturday retaining the present staff. V the Hofmann company operates the hotel Philadelphia in Philadelphia the Dinkler Tut a i 1 e r hotel in Birmingham ala., and the Walt Whitman hotel in Camden n. J. The hotel property was purchased by the Montrose hotel co. In september of 1964 from the Sheraton hotel corp. As for the september Resolution the judge said All owners of the territory had not signed petitions. He explained that the Highway commission the Rock Island Railroad Johnson county and the Cole heirs had not joined in the petition. Because of this he held the Resolution skipped Over the Railroad property and that therefore none of the land South of that right of Way was adjoining the City. The judge added that the Cole heirs who signed after sept. 22, signed on the condition they be granted leave to de Annex or have their property severed from the City within a period of 10 years. A very Plain a even though i can to give them encouragement that we will give up the president has made it very Plain that we will stick to it to the end it will change the whole feeling of the War. A so far there has been no bitterness on the part of the american government or the american people against the people of North Vietnam. But this Barbaric act would heighten the temporal feeling and can Only react against the interests of the North Harriman speaking in a voice of America radio interview noted that president Johnson had offered to let Hanoi participate in Southeast asian economic development after peace comes and promised the . Would contribute $1 billion or More. But mistreatment of . Prisoners Harriman said a would have a great effect against any future relations Between our two countries on the kind of live and let live basis we Hope would come Aiken warning senator Aiken a it warned that if Hanoi carries out its threat to execute . Airmen a the american people will demand the Complete destruction of North Aiken who has criticized acceleration of the War thus put into blunter words the carefully phrased warning of 18 Senate democratic doves Friday that such action by Hanoi a would provoke the greatest reprisals and further Blacken the Hope for Senate democratic Leader Mansfield Mon who Dorset the statement by the 18, agreed generally with Aikens appraisal of prospective Public demands for retaliation. Vice president Humphrey warned Friday that staging of trials would a set Loose emotions very hard to control in this a very hesitant �?o1 can to think of anything that would be More dangerous than such a step a he told a news conference. A if the people in Hanoi have any sense at All a i would think they would be very hesitant to take that step a it Aiken blamed Moscow for encouraging the North vietnamese to step up their resistance. A no person in the world wants to establish peace More than president Johnson a he said. A the soviets could help bring this matter to the conference table. But 1 fear they want to bog us Down to the fullest extent in Vietnam and put themselves in a position to attack us. The situation never looked worse in our efforts to head off nuclear speck 25 bulletin Chicago a police Sapt. O. W. Wilson announced saturday that the killer of the eight nurses has been named in a warrant As Richard speck 25, a Seaman. Fingerprints taken at Hie scene of the killings identified speck As the Slayer Wilson said. The Man Wilson said bears tattoos Reading a born to raise one Tattoo on his upper left is a drawing of hat and goggles. On his right forearm is a Tattoo of a Dagger and sickle. War. A peril Point territory cannot be severed by any agreement Between a property owner and a City Council judge Hamilton said. Continued Page 2, col. 2. Today a chuckle going to the Beach is like going to the attic you Are always surprised at what you find in trunks. Cornish fell through he also reported that efforts to Exchange a captured Viet Cong terrorist for a . Civilian prisoner held by the guerillas in South Vietnam had fallen through. Viet Cong representatives in Algiers at one Point indicated they would undertake such an Exchange he said. The prisoner is an Aid official Gustav Hertz. Harriman said the North vietnamese have refused to give any information about the number or names of the . Flyers imprisoned believed to total 34 Mansfield said he has not lost Hope that the conflict will be settled at the conference table through negotiations. But he agreed with the 18, headed by sen. Church a Idaho that prisoner executions would bring the War to a a peril Point of no senators Robert Kennedy . And Edward Kennedy a mass also endorsed the statement by the 18, signed by among others chairman Ful Bright dark of the Senate foreign relations committee. A a a Douglas 67, wed to 23-year-old photo on picture Page los Angeles a the fourth Bride in the life of u. S. Supreme court Justice William Douglas is a blonde Blu eyed College sociology major from Portland ore., who is 44 years his Junior. The 67-year-old Jurist and Cathleen Curran Heffeman 23, repeated marriage vows in a friends Home in suburban Encino Friday night at a Small private ceremony. They planned to honeymoon in the Pacific Northwest where Douglas has a Home near Yakima Wash. Word of the impending marriage came As a Surprise Fri Day a the same Day his third wife Joan Martin 26, who divorced the Jurist june 24, chose to announce her marriage. Douglas and miss Heffernan were married in the Home of Edward Silver a business Man. Silver said a Small Champagne reception for eight friends followed the ceremony. Miss Martin who announced Friday that she married Roger Nicholson in great Falls mont., last june 27, was wed to the Jurist two and one half years. Their marriage ended with her accusing Douglas of cruel treatment and personal indignities. First word of Douglas planned marriage came Friday when the couple obtained a License at Santa Monica Superior court. They departed hurriedly out the front door of the courthouse while judge Edward Brand left almost simultaneously from the rear. This led to belief the couple planned to hurry to brands Home for an immediate ceremony. Miss Heffeman who attends Marylhurst College a school for women near Portland listed her parents As Curtis and Mary Curran Heffeman of Portland. It is her first marriage. Douglas was divorced by his first wife Mildred on july 21, 1953. His second marriage ended in 1963 when Mercedes Douglas won an uncontested divorce. Mercedes then married a Washington d. C., lawyer Robert Eicholz Only one Day after Douglas married miss Martin. In Portland relatives said or. And mrs. Heffeman first heard of their daughters wedding plans when told by newsmen shortly before the ceremony. After hearing the news they refused to comment. The father is a railway clerk. North pasted by yanks in 121 missions Camlo Vietnam Apu. S. Marines have moved Hie ground War to within seven Miles of the Border demilitarized zone in operation Hastings launched at Dawn Friday. Saigon a wave after wave of u. S. Planes pounded North Vietnam Friday with a record 121 missions. They struck at three Oil depots and six missile Sites knocking out at least two of the latter. Navy planes from the Carrier Ranger evaded 10 soviet built surface to air missiles fired from a string of Sites seven to 45 Miles Southeast of Hanoi. In an attack on one of the Sites a Navy skyhawk Jet was shot Down by anti aircraft fire. The Pilot bailed out but heavy flak prevented Rescue Seliag it ters from reaching him and he is listed As missing. South vietnamese Headquarters reported heavy losses to a 100-Man company of government troops hit by an ambush by five times As Many Viet Cong. Elsewhere in South Vietnam Only Small scale fighting was ref ported. Photos on picture Page Chicago apr police said saturday that a search for the killer of eight nursing students a is expanding greatly geographically and in number of persons a we Are still very hopeful a said capt. Michael Spiotto Deputy chief of detectives. A we Haven t yet reached anybody we can bring before the by witness he referred to Corazon Amurao 23, Only survivor of the massacre Early thursday in the town House apartment dormitory the victims shared. Miss Amurao who escaped by hiding under a bed has told police she is certain she can identify the killer. Spiotto said a task Force of 60 detectives is going about the Hunt with the Headquarters in the office of the area 2 homicide unit two Miles from the scene of the killings. A keep out it William Mccarthy directing the nerve Center work behind a door with a newly posted sign in Crayon which reads a keep out a said 50 men have been interviewed in area 2 alone. Phone Calls have been received from police departments in 14 states Mccarthy said. He declined to name the states. These Calls he said were also about men who talked loosely knowingly or mysteriously about the killings or motorists with Chicago License stickers on their windshields who seemed to resemble broadcast descriptions of the Slayer. A police artist sketched the killers face after closely questioning miss Amurao who roused from heavy sedation Friday. No new Light was cast on this mystery Why were there no loud screams no outcries for help during the time the killer bound and gagged the girls herded them into a Back room and led them out one at a time to their deaths a there were some Light outcries by the girls who came in late but it was t much a Michael Spiotto Deputy chief of detectives said miss Amurao told him. No stranger an autopsy showed the girls had not been drugged to prevent screams. Three of them continued Page 2, col 7. A a a sketch of killer

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