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Bakersfield Californian (Newspaper) - November 2, 1974, Bakersfield, California Nov. 2,1974 ghp Magruder says he had scapegoat role assigned WASHINGTON - Jeb Stuart Magruder has testified that even as he participated in the early stages of the Watergate he knew that senior Nixon re-election committee officials were planning to sacrifice him to save Rabbits as food halted Okla. - An elderly couple will have to find a new source of meat for their dinner The city commission ruled Friday that Albert 74, and his 73, can no longer raise and butcher their own A 60-day period was allowed for the couple to raise and slaughter the 12 rabbits already in their but a change in menu will have to An passed in 1973, prohibits growing any domestic feed animals in At the suggestion of Finance Commissioner William Morris the health department was directed to study the possibility of the ordinance to permit the keeping of a maximum of three small But in the meantime Albert and Martha will have to find another source of meat after nearly two decades of raising rabbits for their Magruder said that in the summer of 1972 John N. Mitchell and others were maneuvering to have him take the blame for Magruder added that he did not discover until Friday how intent they were on setting him Magruder testified Friday to the complex machinations of his during his fourth day on the witness stand at the Watergate cover-up Defense lawyers will resume cross-examination of the former deputy director of the Nixon reelection committee on when the trial enters its sixth The 39-year-old Magruder frequently acted more like a courtroom lawyer than a once even drawing a warning from U.S. District Judge John J. Sirica to stop interrogating a defense Defendant Kenneth W. Parkinson's Jacob started the spirited courtroom dialogue by questioning Magruder about allegations that Magruder could not account for large amounts of campaign funds at the When Stein bored in on Magruder on the money the Magruder said never took any money from the committee and you know That was another part of the efforts of the defendants to make me a Besides Mitchell and the other defendants in the trial are former White House aides John D. Ehrlichman and H.R. and former Nixon campaign official Robert C. With the jury and Magruder out of the Stein had said earlier that talking to Parkinson in July of 1972, had accused Magruder of being a liar and of having in his handling of committee Stein's repeated cross-examination on the issue drew an angry lecture from Magruder who admitted my guilt many Magruder said that while he admitted knowing of the breakin in advance and then spending nine months attempting to cover it he never stole any campaign have made a terrible a terrible tragic mistake that I'm trying to rectify and I'm in prison for currently serving a ten-month to four-year prison pleaded guilty to conspiring to obstruct justice in the Magruder said that on July 15,1972, a month after the he remembers a lawyer hired to defend the committee on questioning him about the value of his house and his financial Stein said that Parkinson thought Magruder made up the story that the Watergate breakin was financed by the re-election committee to cover up own mishandling of committee Magruder testified that at the time he trusted Parkinson as a friend and whose children even attended the same schools as his knew I was being set Magruder said with a guess I was being set up even more than I thought I was Magruder said it is clear to him upon learning of Mitchell's accusations to I was being made a WASHINGTON - Figures released Friday by one of the country's largest food retailers show that for most of 1974, the margin between what a food store pays for meat and what it charges its customers was lower than in 1973. The figures released by Donald S. board chairman of Jewel Co. in cover both cents per pound and per cent for average retail cuts of Perkins said if the average retail prices for beef may appear that's because they include 180 pounds of fat and bone - sold for about 10 cents a pound is obtained from every 600-pound Consumer representatives said released during the chief residence hit by terrorists LOS ANGELES - The bombing of the home of a former International Telephone and Telegraph president was a to all ITT personnel to see that the corporation heeds the demands of the New World Liberation according to a reported message from the group which claimed responsibility for the The took responsibility for the blast in a letter sent to the Los Angeles Free Press Tom Free Press city said the communique arrived in the noon mail and contained threats and demands against Thompson also said the letter contained instructions to the Free an underground asking that it hand over original to police or other members of the Santa Clara County sheriff's Lt. Elton Heck confirmed that a bomb exploded early Thursday on the front lawn at the Robert D. Hallock home in Los Heck said there were no injuries and the residents did not inspect the damage until later that Hallock was not immediately available but his wife said the front of the home was damaged and some lights were She added that her husband had resigned from ITT some time In the the said top decision-making ITT will be personally responsible for the failure of the corporation to make a public response to our you refuse to consider our we guarantee that you shall suffer further repercussions for your brutality against Every time you start your every time you open a we want you to stop and consider the people of Chile and our The has previously taken responsibility for bombs planted at Sheraton hotels here and in San The hotel chain is owned by The has demanded that ITT admit complicity in Chile's take steps to release all political prisoners in the South American country and put an end to murder and by the military junta Luna orbits moon Suit prosecution MOWCOW - The WASHINGTON - Federal mated spacecraft Luna 23 went in orbit Trade Commission lawyers say their around the moon the official Tass prosecution of alleged antitrust violations news agency by the country's eight largest oil The space ship was launched last nies has met so many delays it has day to explore the surface of the to a virtual systems of the space station are Fifteen months ago the staff lawyers functioning the dispatch accused the companies of adding to the country's energy problems by smothering competition in the development of 1A f 4% A A Ifu Friday the Papers with W w \0 B \0 the commission asking that ground rules for taking depositions the High changed to help them learn the Overnight They said the present rules allow Expected high the companies to challenge each attempt Expected overnight to obtain information and would result in Expected high the questioning taking 10 Sunrise 6:19 5:01 cold facts are these - that 15 RAINFALL months have passed since the complaint was that 10 months have passed Rainfall to since the case was at and our dis- Season covery plan was that during this ex- This date last tended only nine depositions have Isabella 243,252 been merely scratching the surface 355 cfs 596 cfs of our first wave of and that FORECAST the factual development of this case has Variable cloudiness clear ground to a virtual the staff request sunny and warmer Margin on beef says Jewel Co. head DONALD S. PERKINS Delays virtually halt oil trust final day of a government conference on prices and productivity in the food represents the first time a major food chain had its books to the For the total meat department of Jewel food Perkins the average cost for meat through the first eight months of this year was 73.7 cents a The average retail price of this same meat was 92.5 a margin of 18.8 cents a pound or 20.3 per cent. These figures compare with the following data Perkins cited for 1973: average cost per pound of meat of 75.7 average retail price of 96.2 cents per pound and a margin of 20.5 cents a pound or 21.3 per cent. In 1971, Perkins the Jewel stores paid an average of 54.7 cents a pound for their charged an average of 71.4 cents and realized a margin of 16.7 cents or 23.3 per cent. In 1972, the average cost was 60.8 cents per pound with an average retail price of 79.2 cents for a margin of 18.4 cents a pound or 23.2 per cent. A store's margin is not the same as its It also includes operating Breaking out figures for Perkins shows that gross margin per pound has ranged from 15.5 cents to 19.1 cents during the first eight months of 1974. The per cent range for margins has been from 17.1 per eent to 20.2 per cent in 1974. This compares with an average margin per pound of 17.1 cents per pound in 1973,17.2 cents per pound in 1972 and 15.1 cents per pound in 1971. Percentage of margins per pound were 18.7 22.2 in 1972 and 20.8 in 1971. Jewel is one of the 10 largest food chains in the It operates 250 stores under the Jewel name in Chicago as well as Star Markets in Eisner Food Stores in central Illinois and Indiana and Buttry Food Stores in Idaho and eastern Perkins said the meat and beef price data normally is confidential because don't want my competitors to know what I am But he said he made the information public because the by the Agriculture Department on retail meat price spreads is He said while his store has been realizing gross margins on beef ranging from 15 to 19 cents a pound this the Agriculture Department has been contending that retail margins were in excess of 40 Nixon from page 1 discussing Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger's visits to Afghanistan and the Soviet The 61-year-old appearing was wearing a white hospital gown and stretched back on a slightly elevated bed as Ford talked of plans to visit South Japan and the Soviet When Ford was your Nixon of my nights are too After the Mrs. along with the Nixon Tricia Cox and Julie was embraced by The former first lady was heard to say she thought the visit helped her In a brief news Ford Nixon is coming along very he showed a great deal of strength both physically and Campaign nears end Flournoy due for debate tonight Veteran character actor Chubby Johnson died Thursday In a Los Angeles He was 71. Johnson played in more than 100 films and 300 tv candy fatal to 8 Tex. - Pasadena police have asked parents to confiscate candy their children collected in the suburban Bowling Green following the cyanide poisoning death of an 8-year-old Police Lt. Goad asked Friday that candy received by in the neighborhood be brought to police headquarters for An autopsy on the body of Timothy O'Bryan of Deer Park showed that the child died from cyanide in a 22-inch-long tube of powdered Goad The boy's Ronald who took 5year-old daughter Elizabeth and some neighborhood children on their said Timothy ate some of the candy just before going to bed Thursday seems like it wasn't long before he was up and complaining his stomach hurt and he didn't feel O'Bryan was bent over and I was holding him when he just went It's so disheartening to think there wasn't more we could LOS ANGELES - Houston Flournoy and Edmund G. Brown Jr. scheduled a day of private conferences with advisers today in preparation for the final major event of the campaign for That is their sixth slated for airing tonight on television in Los After the long campaign is all over except for a few election eve formalities and men the It's the end of more than a year of active campaigning by both Brown and plus another two to three years of and it could end up surprisingly the Republican who found himself running against Watergate and goes into the final hours of the campaign still the down by eight percentage points in Mervin Field's final California That's six points closer than he was two months and Flournoy says the momentum is with him and he can sense biggest political upset in the history of this the Democratic frontrunner since the campaign said he believes campaign has peaked and that Flournoy has won all the support he can The gubernatorial campaign has had three major events in the past two giving contradictory hints to the outcome of the VOTERS - Final registration figures released Friday show that 67.5 per cent of the 429,863 new voters who signed up since the June primary registered Only 17.4 per cent registered POLL - The final Field Poll narrowed Brown's lead to 48-40, just about half of his margin in FORD - The President's Thursday night visit put the spotlight on Flournoy and raised about for But Ford also visited Nixon in the hospital for a link to the past that few California Republicans Campaigning through Los Angeles County Brown charged that the unclaimed bank accounts which are collected for the state by the controller's office are major in after the we'll still be counting up millions that must be regained by the Brown Brown also said there should be an investigation of press accounts that two letters being held secret by the controller's office contain admission from two major banks that they owe the state of thousands of A Flournoy chief deputy controller Kirk said that was completely West said the controller has asserted claims against the but the banks have denied the U.S. fights McClatchy broadcasting control FRESNO - The Justice Department is seeking to block the McClatchy Newspapers from continuing to operate and and FM radio stations in The department's antitrust division urged the Federal Communications Commission Friday to deny the company's application of the broadcast In a petition filed with the department lawyers contended that the which publishes the Fresno dominates the Fresno mass media The Bee is the only daily newspaper published in the Fresno metropolitan area and the stations constitute the leading broadcast group in the the department The FCC was asked to schedule a public hearing to determine whether such in the public A firm is trying to block renewal of license and hopes to operate the station head of San Joaquin Communications said an application has been filed with the FCC to take over the UHF believe we can operate better than the through a program schedule which is more responsive to the concerns of Fresno and the surrounding Millard Paid for by Citizen's Committee Against &
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