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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather-- ('hillier of snow tonight. lows (erns to 2lls. Warmer Saturday, highs 35 to 40. VOLUME 92 NUMBER 37 LO &tdttr IWntta (DajcH* CITY FINAL IO CENTS CEPAK RAPIDS, IOWA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1974PRICE RISE SHOWS ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YOUK TIME LETUP WASHINGTON (AP) - A federal judge said Friday that he hopes President Nixon and the special Watergate prosecutor, Leon Jaworski, will stop discussing whether or not former White House Counsel John Dean has told the truth. U.S. District Judge Gerhard Gesell said he hopes “every effort will be made by appropriate authorities to stop discussing matters before the court.” Gesell noted that Nixon, in a letter to him urging him to withhold White House tapes, had “indicated his concern with pre-trial publicity.” The issue arose when a lawyer for Dwight Chapin, former White House aide, charged that Jaworski had violated court rules by commenting favorably on Dean s credibility during a television interview two weeks ago. “Much Higher” Jaworski’s comments were part of a dialog that began when Senate Republican Leader Hugh Scott said he had seen evidence at the W'hite House that indicated Dean lied to the senate Watergate committee when lie said he thought Nixon was FBI Reported Probing Escapees in Kidnaping 3.1 % Jump Surpassed Only Once WASHINGTON (AP) -Wholesale prices boomed up- Gazette leased Wires    house and took    two    pictures of BERKELEY - Two escaped    Donald.” convicts were reported being Mrs. De Freeze said she called sought Friday as possible lead- the FBI after the incident and ers of the underground terrorist they admitted entering her group that kidnaped newspaper home and taking the pictures, heiress Patricia Hearst.    She said they    later were    re- i The San Francisco Exanminer    turned, identified the men as Thoro M. DeFreeze’s widowed mother ward jn january at the second Wheeler, 29, who escaped from said FBI agents visited her ; highest monthly rate on record Vacaville Medical Facility last Saturday, five days after Pat-;    . August, and Donald David De- ncia was kidnaped, and search-; 5    1    I    a    ion    ary spin I Freeze 30 who fled Soledad her home.    stretched    across the entire ccon- prison last March. Randolph, “They wanted to know if wejomy, the government said Fri-! Hearst, father of the kidnaped had seen him. she said. I told    rjay. girl. is editor and president of thpm no.They toto me they    sharply higher wholesale th#. FY'imim-r    were looking    for    him,    the    r 3 n Claries Bates special FBI pother of eight told the Cleve- for farm products, indus-, agent    in    charge    of    tho San    '•"« ***■    , ,    !,nal    commodities, consumer Francisco office termed the re- she said ,aP a8(*nts “looked in finished goods and fuels pushed port “speculation.” and said dr;,wfr^ 1(>oked in closets.    wh0|esale    price indeX tip bV ic rmiLn,,    o*    oil    basked for the names and ad-    ..    ....... Lo HOV odho Zn Wi h tho kid    of    n>v    children.”    hut    a    tonally    adjusted    3.1    per- to link e ther man with he    mentioned    the    cent,    a    rise    exceeded    only    by t h    th    l l    w.    LTli    Hearst kidnaping    tho    record 6 2 percent of last not be those two. We have no,    *    ,____ , nhvsical evidence "    1    MlSS    Hearst    w    3    s    drafiR,‘d    August. R    .    ,    from her apartment    near    the Hearst later told newsmen he L.n|Vers„ JCa|j[orn|a on Keb .had no comment on reports.4 Her execution was threatened naming alleged suspects but b ••cinque” unless Miss I didn’t think the stories would!    - I endanger his daughter.    !Continued: Page J, Col. 7.) Hearst also said it would be; AP WirepltotO QUESTION FOR HEATH — Prime Minister Edward Heath listens to a question from Susan Wager during a campaign stop in a Birmingham, England, shopping district. Mrs. Wager asked Heath if he could live on a miner's wage. Britain will have a general election Feb. 28. a couple of days yet” before Condition of Zurich Crowd Cheers Solzhenitsyn ho could begin a free food dis- j tribution plan, partially meeting a demand bv the kidnapers. Identified The newspaper said that at least three witnesses to the kid naping have identified De Julie Called Satisfactory If January’s rate is computed on an annual basis, it comes out to an annual rate of inflation of 37.2 percent. Wholesale prices, accelerating in the past few months, have risen at an annual rate of 32 3 percent in the past three months, a record In the past 12 months, they have gone up 20.8 percent, the second highest rise for any 12-month period since INDIANAPOLIS (APi _ Julie Freeze, by his photograph, as!Nixon Eisenhower was reported October, 1947. one of two black men who.'in satisfactory condition Friday, Wholesale price rises mean ZURICH (AP) — Alexander, The police took him to I^efor- “It was    a monologue,” a He was given his wristwatch    along    with    a    white    woman,    and on    the    road    to recovery    that    the higher    costs will be aware of the cover-up before|Solzhenitsyn arrived in Zurich tovo prison and stripped him of friend said    “They did all the and a suit of the kind    issued to (dragged    Miss Hearst    screaming    from emergency    major surgery;    translated into    higher "    '       I»y    train    Frid*y-    and    six    Swirs    the    clothes    he    was    wearing,    a    talking ..    idischarged    prisoners,    driven    to|,™™4her    aPar,mcnt    here his lawyer and a with him, the sheepskin coat ho j    apparently    spent    the    airport    and    put    aboard    a    J interpreter through! bought during his Siberian exile the night    with the treason I flight to Frankfurt on    Aeroflot, than 200 newsmen and I in 1953-56, everything in his poc-1 charge hanging over him. He I the Soviet airline. But    eight po- March 12. 1973. Gesell called Jaworski beforeJPacemen had to clear a path!bag of clothes he had brought him and said he was aware that J°r him, highly unfavorable remarks had iw 0 m a n been made about a government imor(> witness “by persons in positions I well-wishers at the railroad sta- fkets and his wristwatch.    also    refused    to    eat.    Then at I lice escorts isolated him in the much higher than your own.” j lion.    “It    was    just    like    in    his    bookit01-    be wasp^|^rs^lass compartment, and he But the judge added that that The roar and applause of the ‘The First Circle.’ only that was sen,ed into higher retail on    j performed to halt internal    prices in the weeks ahead, as bleeding from an ovarian cyst.    inflation shows no letup for the The newspaper also said that! President Nixon's 25-ye«rr-old consumer, fellow inmates at the two pris- daughter was in surgery 44 min-    Unadjusted ons had identified the convicts’jutes Thursday night at the In-    1 voices    on    a tape    recording    diana University Medical    The Bureau of Labor Statis- which    included    Miss    Hearst’s    Center, where two of the state’s    **cs said wholesale prices in voice    Th*    tape    was    sent to a    leading gynecologists removed    January actually rose at a 1 *    -    monthly    rate    of    3.5    percent    be with the decree of the; was not told his destination did not    excuse Jaworski’s    televi-1 crowd    mixed    with    the    screams    at    Lyubyanka    (Moscow’s most|Pres^‘lir]1 *hp SuPrenje Sovd* He didn t know where    he local radio    .station by a group    a benign cyst.    nffWiruni    f    ------« sion    remarks    and    "any    lurtherlof    women    who    were    shoved    lo    notorious    prison),    nol Deter-    el caacell"g h,ls c"'zenshlP and    »as “""I he read the words ladled the    Svmbionese Libera- Her mother and her husband.    J™JWjustment    tor seasonal    in- expelling him from the country,    Frankfurt-am-Main on the    air-Ljon armv,    which claims to be    David Eisenhower, rushed    by    nut noes. Solzhenitsyn broke his silence    port building after landing,”    oneU^j^jng the    19-year-old coed as    separate military jet planes    to!    Prices of farm    products    and any further j of women who were shoved to notorious prison), lapse would have increasingly the ground by the surging tovo.” one friend said, serious consequences...” crowd, and a smile on Solzhenit-    Treason “It seems to me your good syn’s face quickly faded      ,0    say    h(‘    wou,d    not leave with;sourcp sa,d-    a    “prisoner    of    war    ”    bo at her side shortly after thejp roc e s»e d foods and feeds sense ought to keep you off talk -lf, J a „ic. tmoression The pollee then informed SOU-, on! his family^ Deputy State; Mrs. Solzhenitiyn wen!.to th..    operation.    The    President    re-    jumperI 5.1 percent on a season- shows ” Gesell said    h    •    tf    r    h*    c    ■    *’hemtsyn that he was charged Prosecutor Mikhail Malyarov prison Thursday and asked for    cinque    mained at Key Biscayne, Nasally adjusted basis; industrial _e„ W ,.SSj an with treason, a charge punish-replied that the family would be I his things. She was told: “Solz-j DeFreeze reportedly called on w hat w as billed as a business commodities 2.3 percent and able bv death. He refused to permitted to follow bim and that!henitsyn has been exiled He’s himself “Cinque.” the name by;trip.    consumer finished goods 2.8 per- Sovietjgjgn a form acknowledging that;hi*? library and archives wouldnot here. Neither are hisjwhich a male speaker on the    Miami    Speech    Scent. Motion Denied The judge said he has no authority over Nixon or Scott Gesell then denied a motion Pen5€r were the large fortune by Chapin to dismiss charges |b!s ^ e accumulated for against him on the basis of un- d'm in West and *be volumi-fair pre-trial publicity.    nous    records of lawyer Fritz He also denied a request for! * . deal,n8s on Solzhenit-j the transcript of the tape of a ‘^n s behalf with publishers in I Europe and America for thej I past five years. It was not known how long1 Solzhenitsyn planned to stay in' 'Switzerland But Herb indicated earlier that he would probably settle in Scandinavia. elderly bystander remarked. Awaiting the exiled writer in the Swiss financial |he vvas acquainted with the he shipped to him. charges and said only that he would not cooperate in the investigation. clothes. (Continued: Page 3. Col 6 ) ★ ★ ★ 10,000 Reported Dead or Missing Seoul Says Boof Sunk by North, Another Captured Miami Speech tape identifies himself.    ..    .    Thursday- in suoDort The bureau    said the wholesale The FBI .aid, however. .ha.    ««    of    fuel accounted for al- several people are known lo use p|an a, |he dedlcatlon of an au. most 4U percent of the jump in that alias.    tomated    health    center in Miami. I‘ndustr'id commodities prices, Thursday night, the San Fran-^ drpw mixed r(>ception    refined    petroleum    products and television; ^ hospital spokesman said feaP*n8 cisco Chronicle station KQED SEOUL (AIU .    .    a*s0    rpP()rtpd    Mrs. Eisenhower was experienc- crude od 22 percent. North Korea pledging to refrain from hostile authorities were seeking De- •    *    —    -    «--*    - by 7.7 percent and "No Desire for Confrontation" KEY BISCAYNE. Fla. (API -I    $6    Million The While House, while drawing T[)t, ,,arjs m,wspap(.r j.-rance., ernment troops. a firm line against surrendering Solr e!,jma(ed |h^he ,    ,    reports    Friday, further Watergate tapes lu the I a d ,    ,    ^    departmenl    of    socl spec,a Watergate prosecutor^ , from |hf ubljca(jon n Jawo“kl' sa,d Fnday I!?! of his books outside the Soviet “ha Him:im try mnt/n try tho ZAMBOANGA CITY. Philippines (AP) | thirds of the city of Jolo has been razed during fighting be-fwivn Moslem rebels and gov-according to charged. The defense it has point him. Press no desire to move to the of confrontation” with bloc Secretary Heeb has said that Solzhenit-1 “may e^cn be a Ronald isyn    bim two years ago that j number” There was no break ing some post-operative discern-    Hut fuel? were    not the only captured a South Korean fishing action    !fort and Pain but was consid-commodities rising sharply u...t „_.j c ran I#    cnz-nnri nno Rescuers reported that all aaa wn,ie serving a term ;erptj -n satisfactory condition.: Non-ferrous metals were up i iimif-1 rw - j •    .    „ j crew members of the sunken' robbery, assault and possession ^(1 a^ed, "She is doing j sharply. So were prices for More than two-! ay ,n an    ®ravc’    ’ craft, the Suwon No. 21, were!s^en cbeda.    very. very well.”    chemicals,    paper    products and liberate armed provocation.’’,missing. The ministry said itj ^be Chronicle said the manj ^ come to Indianapolis machinery, the South Korean government did not know if there were anv|wb° c3"6® himself Cinque 'n;f0r an editorial meeting of the    Food lattes «, the uthcr bo-., the    Evtenteg    Post.    where    ()f    farm    producls.    |jves|ock ministry said:1of the ^ I actually the ieader and founder    a    assistant    prices    Jumped    ,54 percent, North Korean gunboats opened Niorth <niiih AM#dinatina mm lbe SLA.    n    r    -    if    .    th**!    ^ PcrcenL eggs 3.8 portal we-    :North-South coordinating com-.    c ,    •    Dr. Cory Servaas, wife of tilt    nrumc rq    n#»r#»#>nt qnd fare said 10,000 persons were ei- f*re on tbe two vcs?e,s ~ b°,h mittee sent a protest to the    earc s    Curtis Publishing Co. board frey^ fruits and V(.^tab,es *7 5 thor dead    or unaccounted for in    reportedly unarmed and each North Korean capital of Pyong-j The ex-wife. Gloria DeFreeze,    chairman. Beurt    SerVaas, said    p^r^nt Jolo and    an official said this    carrying a crew of 12 — in a yang demanding that the 12 told the Cleveland Press “I was    Mrs Eisenhower    became ill dur-    ., conservative    disputed part of the Yellow sea. j aboard the captured ship be re- out shopping and my kids were    ing the meeting    and was taken    , u‘ °n y    1 Rrod“ct ,ow* It was the first shooting in- turned immediately. He said the at a school function when the to their home in an Indianapolis irVf. ? *’( C ‘‘vc poult!v a window and suburb.    !*hlch    drop'M'd    nlne ,cn,hs ot locks lo gel into    Extreme    Rain    036    Percent- They searched the ‘‘Julie complained of pain in wholesale processed foods. Zingier mid newsmen it is Pres I* wanted his royalties used for,d«»n of how many were dead trident reported between the boats were engaged in peaceful FBI knocked out idem Nixon™'desire ’that Ja-'humanitarian purposes inside I and how many were unaccount- North and South since they is fishing operations on open seas broke two door Ii worski proceed with his inves-lthe Soviel Union. Bul that was cd for sued a communique July 4. 1972. when attacked my house. ligations “quickly and without!In *b<’ da>’s when the writer further delav.”    thought Soviet law protected Ziegler also issued a state- bim from expulsion and that he ment by Jar™* St. Clair. Nix-1 would live out his life in Russia, oil’s special counsel for Water-! Solzhenitsyn talked by Ryegate. that a Jaworski request |phone with his wife in Moscow for 40 additional tapes plus doc ‘‘Her he arrived in West Ger- uments would delay grand jurvimanY Wednesday, and they had deliberations “many months.” \another conversation for 25 minister Ziegler told a reporter jutes Thursday night, friends there was “no intention or eon* said temptation whatsoever” of fir |{,lt his host in West tiering Jaworski. Bioartisan    Report Leadership Adequacy in Question f Todays Index Comics 20 Courthouse I Crossword . 20 Daily Record 3 Deaths I Editorial Features I Farm 19 Financial 21 Marion TI Movies 12 Society 8.9 Sports 15-17 State 4,1 Television IX Want Ads 24-27 ed. according to the [rolls,” Higher Marks The commission didn t WASHINGTON (API — An of-ltwo latent national problems—led. according to the opinion Washington “the strains ficial bipartisan commission I energy and inflation,”    i [rolls.”    access to government informs- j Friday described 1973 as a year J    Created    in    1959    Higher Marks    |Jon was perhaps greatest, with jof shocking revelations and po ,    .    commission    The    commission    didn t say,;    the most meager results.” lineal bombshells that raised the 2b im en tier    commission many, novelist Heinrich    Boll,    “the question of the adequacy of was created by congress in 1959jbut l( appeared    to give    higher    “Growing Confusion” told newsmen Friday    Mrs.    governmental leadership at all I to monitor the federal system!marks for Performance    to    thej    it said the most dramatic fed- Solzhenitsya would remain in levels    and recommend improvements. -ates than it) the federal gov er,d mwve toward reorganiza- Moscow until her husband Robert Merriam, a Chicago . Npar { m w,th lincer- ernment For exampU*    tion was the creation of a finds a permanent home.    Republican business man amL    hudoet    and infla- “lbred response to the crisis “super cabinet” in January*, but “She does not want to travel fon™*r White House official, -    ®    ‘    ,    of confidence came first from by mid May “the plan appeared to and fro between hotels with sa'd *n a foreword to the annual    Bon, it ended with doubts ahou    statp and j(K.a| governments ...    to have    been    scrapped    in the three children.” Boll said.    report of the Advisory Commis-1    the impact of energy short-;    |n (he course of the year, nearly    growing    White    House    confu- The bearded Russian author s‘on on IntergovernmentaI Rela-    ages,” the report said.    half the states passed legislation    sion.”    oral    Communications    Commis refused again Thursday to grant, tions, which he heads:    **It was a year of shocking    dealing with campaign funding. The report    said congress,    sion    chairman    and    will    become interviews to    newsmen, telling “From many points of view,'revelations, political    bombshells I    ethics    or secrecy    in    govern-    aware of its shortcomings,    at-    a    counselor    to    FTesident    Nixon them; “No interviews, no    ques    1973 was a year of painful and I following one another at inter- ment”    I    tempted a bootstrap operation!    with    cabinet    rank,    the    Florida tions. I ani tired I have my    agonizing reappraisal for our vats that left the American pub- By contrast, it    continued    “At I    to reform itself, but with mini-    White House announced Friday. worries to attend to.”    j federal system    lu* reeling. Former and incum- the federal level, direct reaction | mal results.    Confirming    reports    that    the Tre    tment    “Tile widespread doubts and bent elected and appointed of-    to the    startling events    of the)    “Congress rankled at the    ex ;former    key    Republican    political cynicism generated by revela- ficials at local, state and federal year vvas cautious and limited ecutive’s assumption of what it strategist is leaving the regulate friends in Moscow gave    tions of misdeeds, misconduct, levels were    convicted,    tried    or    consisting    more    of rhetoric    considered legislative    budgetary I tory    agency [Hist, Press Secretes account of the treatment of    violations of trust and criminal indicted    for    a variety    of often-    than action”    authority,”    it added, “butjtary    Ronald Ziegler said Burch the 55-year-old author after he    actions at various levels of gov-jses . .    The report    said a    number of    throughout the year    proved in-(wili    In* “a general adviser and was arrested at his apartment    ernment were compounded by; “The    public’s confidence    in    states enacted laws    to curtail!capable on its own of    doing any- will    be involved in special proj- Tuesday    the eruption (or re eruption) of igovernment officials plummet government secrecy, while in thing about it ”    ects” for the President her lower back,” Dr. SerVaas Pnces of meats> P°ultry and fish said. “She spent a restless night!were UP ^ ® percent, dairy prod-at our house and by Thursday!0^* ^ percent and processed noon she was in extreme pain.”'fru‘ts and vegetables 1.1 per-Dr. SerVass took Julie to Dr cer^ Sprague Gardiner, one of the Pr'ce increases for farm state’s leading gynecologists. Pr°ducts and processed foods for who found substantial internal over    Past ^ months were bleeding and had her admitted nea|,ly 30 percent. to the medical center    Other Increase** Dr. SerVaas said the tion should not affect ability to bear children. opera- Julie’s Burch To Be Nixon Aide KEY BISCAYNE, Fla. (AIU Wholesale prices of motor vehicles and equipment climbed 1.2 percent as did prices of railroad equipment. The bureau also said other products caught up in the inflationary spiral included household and commercial furniture; appliances; floor coverings; metal household eon Dean Burch is resigning as Fed-j la'nt*rs- dinnerware; tires and tubes; crude natural rubber, plastic film; shoes; leather (Continued: Page 3, Col 6.) I int nil's ihucklc Said the employe collecting his paycheck: “Actually, I wouldn't mind Uncle Sam's tax bite — if he didn t come hack for dessert ” Copy t'ttM ;