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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa W eather— Snow ending lait* tonight. Lows tonight, mid to tipper 20s. Partly cloudy Thursday with highs in lower .'{Os. LO VOLUME 92 — NUMBER 308 ROCKY CITY FINAL 15 CENTS CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1974 ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES Gross Rips Congress Raise Plan WASHINGTON (AP) - Al lame duck effort is brewing for congressmen to vote themselves a pay raise of up to $15,900 and boost salaries for other top federal officials. Staff proposals disclosed Tuesday by Rep. H. R. Gross (R-Iowa) would boost congressmen’s $42.50O-a-year pay to between $55,400 and $58,400 by 1977. Gross said the effort is ob-v i o u s I y i planned during congress’ lame duck session, which starts next week, in what he called “an almost incredible, unconscionable move at this moment.” Chairman Gale McGee (D-Wyo.) of the senate post office committee confirmed that pay raise proposals have been drafted but suggested no effort will be made to put one through congress unless President Ford leads the drive. Thinks It Needed McGee said through a spokesman he thinks a raise for congressmen, federal judges and agency supervisors is needed, particularly by 9,000 to 10,000 supervisors whose pay is now frozen at $36,000. But he said, in view of the senate’s rejection in March of proposed raises, including a hike to $52,800 for congressmen, it would be useless to make UNITKD NATIONS, N. Y. I his head -another trv unless Ford asks for jt    ‘    (AP)    —    Yasir    Arafat    appealed    of    victory ‘There's no use going through to the Jews Wednesday to join Soys Memory Sketchy; Hopes Rise Repeats Gift Defense    i WASHINGTON (AP) — Nel- statement that he made gifts to ■ VI wO8 son Rockefeller testified officials in other .states to lure ^ Wednesday that he asked his them to work in his New York O Jfc JLA B im am! brother Laurance to help find (state administration. O’Neill:, iPTTiPfiTliP"a a investors to finance a book criti- asked: “Do governors of wealth    ■    ■ IwlllWIII cal of former supreme court buy up competent people? How Justice Goldberg, his 1970 oppo- do you justify that, the prospect WASHINGTON (AP) i— Coal nent for New York governor. of people in public life, to in-jmino °P*rators produced a new The vice-presidential nomin- duce them to leave one place to,c 0 n 1 r a c * °Her, dramatically ee’s testimony portrayed him as come to your own state? I think [ brightening the outlook for set-more central to the publication that’s a serious matter, and I !*ing a naL°nwide coal strike of the book than he has so far want to know why he gave these j    triggered thousands    of acknowledged. He said any dis- huge sums of money    to all    of    ‘ayo"s ut other    industries    dur- jc re pa ne ie s are due to a those people.”    mg its first day. “sketchy” memory rather than    Political    (lifts    Union and industry negotia- anv attempt to cover up the,    1    tors, emerging early Wednesday facts.    Rockefeller also disclosed that:from a 12-hour bargaining ses- t    ,    in the years 1957-74 he gave aision, indicated they are close to Testifying before live lelevi- ^ Q( „ * m„,jon    Rcpubli.    agrcemcnl. sum cdmems in the sena e , p campajgns including    $1 Harry Patrick,    United    Mine million to his own fruitless at- Workers secretary-treasurer, tempts to win the G.O.P. presi- said the proposal was “pretty dential nomination.    good.” Chief industry negotiator I The political gifts included I Guy Farmer said it “could set-$62,025 to former President Nix- tie the contract.” on’s 1972 campaign and $200,009    WouW    Rcsum(, (to the 1968 campaign for the | nomination of George Romney. I UMW President Arnold Miller Rockefeller said that over the said union leaders were study-In a    counterattack    aimed    at i last 17 years his brothers John, big the proposal and would re- critics    of    these    transactions. Laurance and David, and his sume negotiations later Wednes- ! Rockefeller said    his    family’s    sister Abby gave    a total of    $2.85    day. great fortune does    not    blind him    million in    support of his    four The industry made its    propos- to the need for morality in pub-    state and    three    national    cam-    fll l3te    Tuesday night    as the lie service.    paigns.    day-old    strike tightened    its grip The loans and gifts snranei He said his stepmother, the I on the already weakening econ caucus room. Rockefeller told rules committee members that a controversial series of loans and gifts by him to close aides and public officials posed no conflict of interest and were not intended to corrupt those who accepted them. AP Wirephoto ARAFAT ARRIVES — Yasir Arafat, chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization, is greeted on the United Nations grounds by Col. H. A. Trimble. At the right is Sadat Hassan of the PLO. Trimble is chief of the U. N. security and safety section. Arafat Seeks One Palestine State sprang (rom a personal sense of “sharing.” Rockefeller said, and added: “I do not believe the day has yet come . . . where the (decencies of human relationships disqualify one for public office.” late Martha Baird Rockefeller,|omy. U. S. Steel Corp., the nation’s biggest producer, an- (Continued: Page 2, Col. I.) Chicago Executive Heads DOT said the Illegal? Some Rockefeller critics have a traditional gesture! “This is not only at our ex-passes from a temporary out- suggested that at least some of pense, but at the expense of the post across the street.    and 'oans may ^ave    ®y Tom Fruehling ace Born"    American    people,    he    said.    New    York police canceled all alirman^wl^clnnwi '"d- AMES ~ A »-y«»r-old Califor- in street fighting, shorter buii- Turning to Assembly Pres- ... We    days    off and redistributed its Nev , o( ,he    committee    ma' native, who tor the last two ness hours, a ban on outdoor nounced a 25 percent production cutback and said it would lay off 13.700 employes this week. Major railroads furloughed more than 2.000 workers. The giant Tennessee Valley Authority, with only a 44-day coal reserve, called for a voluntary cutback in electricity use in its seven-state power area. It asked for a 50 percent reduction another bloodbath tot nothing, Palestinians in one democratic iuhuhu iu nwcmuiv i ica-i (l y (    •    roc.*    ,    _    •    -    .acy./    am    mc    mica    cuiuuuncc    .    —. « — McGee spokesman. ^ .. Ht ^ that zionist,ident Abde,azu Bou.ef.ika of    ,he    ducs,l<m"    IT?    f!*^    ?d-r‘-ing    and    the We re    ^    |    ideology    and    Israel's    leadership    geria>    Arafat said, War Barnes | j jr jan(js he went on with the President and see ii    ^iim in Painctinn ana vnt Mr    ... of a publicly-owned transpor- lowering of thermostats to 65 Mr. that The Soviet Union has been the Waldorf-Astoria hotel. .. i ti a rn i    t    up in Palestine, and yet. something can be worked out.” offered them only perpetual1 presjdent it is in Palestine Gross, who had spoken out|bloodshed, endless war and con-win ^ ^ »    |rw.rmittinff    increased    emigration against a raise last week, said it Sinuous thralldom.”    J    Outside    in    U. N. Plaza, scene of Jrws reccntly in response t0 He told delegates. “I have of a mass demonstration last „    ^    .    lingers as to whether they,, ..    , Th„ teM I in Im. .... h. I    Were    ‘'^'placed    those    who    received    them    corporation    in    Chicago,    degrees. -In!! c!..: .! ,V"!? u u .! in thr. VValdorf Towers section of into “psychological servitude” Wednesday morning was named Farmer described the new into Rockefeller - whether or not ?irect0!! of the newly formed dustry offer as “a complete, would be an outrage for con gressmen to \<>ti one while corne hearjng an 0jjve branch |wcck bv Israeli supporters and American pressure. Ford and congress’ Democratic foes of Arafat’s Palestine Liber-1 ____________  bioi    m    m    _T..r_    _    One    State leaders are declaring war on|and a freedom fighter s gun. Do, ^ Organization, about 200 Arafat appealed to Jews now inflation.    no.    let the olive branch fall demonstrators had gathered to; living in Palestine — which is in New Rep. William Scherle (R- from my hand. Iowa), called the proposal a    jea(jcr 0f ^e Palestine “blueprint to fleece the taxPaT’| Liberation Organization was ers pockets.    greeted in the Assembly hall by More Votes    resounding cheers and applause Gross said backers of the pay|from « mai,orify of ,hp dcle«a* _    hpnt ftn jotting tions. Israel’s seats were empty.    ,    _ raise att bent on ge gj    r<,c™nw«a    th*    can    people    to    support    the    Arab action during the Arafat responded to the greet- _ ing by clasping his hands over Police used bomb-sniffing that was intended. German shepherds to comb' “There is a sign on the politi- Iowa department of transpor- total package,” which was put tation. forth “not as a bargaining gam- through the garage, elevators cal wall that reads, ‘No tipping vicJor Prosser will assume bit” but as a proposal “that and five floors where 15 suites allowed’.” Cannon said.    ^,000    a    year position Jan. could settle the contract.” were reserved for the PLO dele it is illegal in New York to L although he promised to work    “Closer    Toeetber” gation, but found nothing. The give public officials gifts valued c^)S{dy the DOT staff up to b ■    -    -    -    s*vt    Mizens    MUS    is—    Patrick    agreed, saying it put wave placards and Israeli flags.|n0w Israel - to abandon israelii???*8 range ,n pnce from $,5°* at more than S25 w,th thc ^^'^Prei^er said the immediate both sides “closer together than A Palestinian group also was | leadership and to join Pales-$450 aday- demonstrating City. Arafat appealed for a “radical approach” to the Palestinian problem and asked the Ameri- York: tinian Arabs “in one democratic state where Christian. Jews and Sharpshooters congress lame duck session in hope of getting more votes and letting the old congress, rather than the new one convening in January, take the blame. The 92 lame duck house members retiring or defeated Nixon Jump in Blood Pressure cause. “I ask the American people whether the demonstrations of hostility outside this great hall reflect the true intent of American will,” he said. ‘‘What Crime?” and fraternity. “In my formal capacity as chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization, I announce here that we do not wish the shedding of one drop of either Arab or Jewish blood “Neither do we delight in the pose of influencing or rewarding    facing    the    agency    is    to    ever before” after nine weeks of official conduct. But Rockefeller E, ,    uu    d&Lrey    10    „    „A. ...    »• said ho had no such intent    keep key contactors al,ve at a ne§otlabons. At this point, I rn time when everything buys 50 very, very optimistic that we “Grave Doubts"    percent less.”    can wraP Ibis thing up very 'the hotel. Police sharpshooters Rockefeller’s gifts also led| Noting that Iowa is by nature swa;” be told newsmen. .    ......    ...    ,    Outside,    some    1.000    police 'I,!.-..'".JU1CP' cquall,y!kcpt demonstrators away from were perched in nearby sky- House Majority Leader Thomasia highway oriented state, he Although both sides have al- scrapers and a police helicopter O’Neill to express “very grave said the DOT and the Iowa roost continually expressed op- shuttled from the hotel to the doubts” about Rockefeller's legislature must work together timism over the chances of a U. N. headquarters, keeping an nomination, though he said he to raise funds for the highway settlement, sources close to the eye out for demonstrations. has not decided how to vote. program    taIks indicated the new offer represented a final push by the Cited Suggestion LONG BEACH (AP) - Rich-last week no longer have any- ard Nixon is experiencing dra-| “What, I ask you plainly, is thing to lose by voting for a matic blood pressure increases, the crime the people of Pales-raisc. And many returning con- but his doctor savs he expects tine have committed against gressmen might be more willing him to be* released from the hos- you? Why do you fight us son” to vote for one at a time when|pital late this week.    Arafat    added, their next reelection is a full The blood pressure jump to an warranted belligerence serve two years away.    abnormally high 180 over 95 was your interests? Docs it serve the Even so, staff experts on both notjcecj Monday when Nixon i nterests of the American thc house and senate post officejwas talking with a Visitor. Dr. masses? No!" committees generally a g r e e j0hn Lungron said the former He deplored “those who sup-that raise proposals will go no-1 President s blood pressure is ply our enemies with planes and where unless Ford and normally about 120 over 70 or bombs and every type of mur-congress leaders agree* to back    derous weapons. one of them. They <:iso agreed ™------------1 that chances for that are poor. A house source said staff development cf pay re ise proposals was originally authorized! by the lame duck house post office committee Chairman, Thaddeus Dulski iP-N. Y ). The PIX) delegation went to    ‘i’m not even sure if the U. N. headquarters in three lim-    nomination will be reported out continuation    of    killing    which    ousines. They were aecom-    of committee,” O’Neill said in    ,    r would end once a just peace. |pani€d by two secret service an interview with the Boston T^3^4byL Highway commis based on our people’s rights,    Globe. hopes    and    aspirations    is    finally    (Continued: Page 3, Col 8.)    Referring to Rockefeller’s established.”_____ I operators “to close out the con- (Continued: Page 3, Col. 8.) He appealed to the assembly Does such un-| “to accompany our people in its; struggle to attain its right to, self-determination’’    and; “further to aid our people’s re Ulasewicz: $217,000 Paid WASHINGTON (AP) Re-1 ouence in spite of his assurances He called a suggestion made tract.” Details of the proposal were sioner Stephen Garst that the not disclosed, but officials on both sides have indicated tile final settlement would range in iexcess of a 40 percent increase I in wages and benefits over three I years. Miners currently average $42 » a    i    . to $59 a day, a rate comparable And yet you arc telling Ital, (he ^ and stcolH indus. IXtarTeSlmM^u^i'^!'^ NT I't n!y P®1"* ^ 'hat 'here was nothing illegal." court and that jury that you|iriea. But "unlike^ auto ami^ steel K?. r™ 7J“““fK*nl, |ect!ve Anthony Ulasewicz de-, ulasewicz said hc worried never I by force of arms. The guerilla became suspicious that workers, miners get no sick pay apparently | these payments were probably 0r cost-of-living increases. They Top General Rebuked j By Ford for Remarks I scribed in rapid-fire, deadpan    , loader con fashion at the Watergate cover- ia    --    -1#__    a im Ij .. „ ho'didn’t have control over who!for 1,,e8aI purposes, a cover-up, draw retirement pensions of 'or other than these humanitar- $150 a month, less than half of most other industrial purpose.    'decided    to get out?”    workers receive. ltf. ,,    ,    1    ,    “Me    being    a    New    York City    ---— tween Hghtwg for a jus. cause | wjth aimost no exprt.ssion ^;jnd ^ ^ ^ ,awyer ** the President, it was hard for . (me to tell him what was on my months he was making the cash mind .. the paunchy 56-year^ld demned what he described as up trial Wednesday how attempts “to depict the Pales- clandestinely dispensed $217,000'received the money or for what ^ purpo^^ ^ji vou finally wh it tinian revolution as terrorism”;to the original Watergate de-1 and he drew a distinction be- fondants. [and boing the victim of in- his voice, Ulasewicz said that vasion, occupation and colonial*!throughout most of the three ism. Kalmbach answered that not( ‘ until Ulasewicz warned him that i I the payments were not Iowans Report Protest Flood tho general Aides to members of Iowa’s tion’s banks and newspapers congressional delegation say there has been a strong wave of protest in the form of letters Pre, orohublv ouch! lo ask that over! !!V!f co,(*demned wllal >’e deliveries he cautioned Herbert .'former inveiigalor'snid. I rts    proDdDiy ougni 10 a    called    Israeli terrorism result- Kalmbach that there was some-; ing in    the slaughter of thou-;thing illegal or improper sands of Palestinians . . . and the payoffs. other aggressions against neigh- ,n hjs thick New York accent. boring Arab countries. *    [ulasewicz detailed the covert enmuinnn th,.    I (appealed ^ th<‘ Americani use of telephone booths, cover remain on the    job.    1^^    for “friendship to the [names and secret delivery a  ________ -    -          the    cash Rocket Kills Three Hospital Patients PHNOM PENH (UPI) Ford’s public, >entugon Arab wor!d and more fruitful points used to deliver re.(spokesman .said ScWesinger r*- rela,ion8 "    to the original seven Walergak 11 1 v    1    —    *    defendants and their lawyers. 1 WASHINGTON (AP) I ident Ford publicly rebuked Air at the Pentagon. ’’ Force    Gen.    George    Brown,    Reminded that (chairman of    the joint chiefs of .serves through presidential    ap- staff, Wednesday for stating[pointment, Nessen said, “I have WASHINGTON    (UPI)    —[publicly that Jews own the    na-    not heard of any    plans for    him tnnmhnrc    nf    inwa's I tion’s banks and newspapers.    not to” remain on    the job Ford relayed to Brown’s boss,    Before Ford’s    rebuke    was Secretary of Defense Schles-1 ro a d e inger,    his view that    the and telegrams against a report-    marks were “ill advised and'Kucris Brown’s remarks as    “un !    Runs High cd proposal to raise congres-    poorly handled” and    in no way    fortunate and regrettable    hut    St,tljn(y    for Arafat's    arrival sional pay.    represent    the    opinions    of any retains confidence in him    was    unprecedented in New The offices of Senators Dick,other    senior    officials,    military    Brown expressed    deep    regret york. where feeling against the!    *" nuJ Clark and Harold Hughes said.or civilian.    for    his    remarks    in    a telegram to pi/) rurls high among the city’s ’ 'mu U1 ’ ll JJ1. <Kn! Tuesday the senators have re-    In addition, Ford    instructed    N a t i 0 n a I Commander    Paul    two million    Jewish residents    1    T    hres,iai‘ni    INIXon (Continued: Page 3, Col. 4.)    Press Secretary Hon    Nessen to    Ribner of the Jewish War Voter coast guard launches in the East “My true feelings concerning rjVer immediately behind the Jewish-Americans were not reflected in my    statements,” Brown said. “I deeply regret that    my about    Sirica Questions Kalmbach was grilled intensely Tuesday by Judge John Sirica, who defended his interrogation by citing praise he received from an appeals court last week for his work in the first Watergate trial. “Becoming Improper” Ulasewicz described an Aug. h, kosher did he believe there CQmmunjst rocket exploded was anything improper.    noar a hospi(al in thc provinciai When associate special prose- capital of Takhmau, just south cutor James Neal rose to inter- 0f phnom Penh, Wednesday, ject a question, Sirica turned Three patients were killed and and said sternly, “I have a per- 23 wounded. feet right under the Liddy case —---- or hundreds of other casee, to'    ...    J get all the facts out . . . regardless of who it might help or After dismissing the jury for hurt.” the day, Sirica turned to Kalm-bach, and fired 20 questions at him in drumbeat fashion, skeptically challenging his conten-s I tion that he believed the money Toflfiif'* Chuckle One of hwlay’s uncertainties is wondering what will replace automation.    Copyright make public his reaction to ans. Brown’s remarks and to emphasize that the President feels “very strongly” about the matter. Asked if Brown would remain as the nation’s top military * man, Nessen said, “I think you (Continued: Page 3, Col 8 personal attorney, at the! went only for humanitarian pur-There were several police^ and jQj-ange County, Calif., airport poses. where he was to receive ai Kalmbach had testified that $75,(HK) cash delivery.    [not until September, 1972, did he peals court judges said, “Judge In the Liddy case, the U. S. court cf appeals unanimously upheld last Friday the conviction of Watergate burglar G. Gordon Liddv. Noting Sirica’s cross-examination of witnesses in that January, 1973, trial, thc seven ap- Today s Index steel and stone Ulasewicz said he 39-story glass, building    bach, “Something here was not The 16-acre U. N. complex kosher. It went a little over his wits closed to the public. Outsid- head I felt it was becoming ors could enter only with special more improper with each sc- told Kalm- decide to stop raising funds. Near the end of his interrogation, the 79-year-old Sirica Sirica’s palpable search for trutli . . . was not only permissible, it was in the highest tradi- looked down at Kalmbach and tion of his office as a federal said:    I    judge.” Comics ......... — ....... 81) Crossword .......... ....... 81) Daily Record ..... ....... 3A Deaths ........ .......3A Editorial Features . ....... 6A Farm ............. .......6B Financial ........... ....... 91) Marion ............ ....... 3It Movies ............ .......8C Society ............ . 12B-14B Sports ............ ..,. ID-61) State .............• 11 Television ........ 71) Want Ads 10D-15D ;