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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa fy The C«'d.«r Rap'ds Ga^tle: Sat., Js*n. 12. 1074 Five Die in Pusher's To Kill Witnesses Try EPA Drops Bid For Surcharge On City Parking DOVER, Del. (AP) - A shoot ing spree’ that left five persons dead and three wounded was triggered by an accused heroin dealer who was trying to sys tcmatically kill witnesses who could have testified against him in a drug case, a Delaware state official said Friday. Authorities said the gunman killed two possible witnesses and a woman Thursday, then killed his girl friend. Three persons were wounded before the gunman apparently shot himself in the head, police said. The head wound was fatal. High Speed Chase The shooting spree and a high speed chase ranged across the state. Police identified the dead suspect as Ronald W. Hoffecker, 30. Dover. Deputy Delaware Atty. Gen. Joseph Hurley called the murder spree a “systematic killing of witnesses.” Hoffecker was arrested Dec. 19 on charges of selling heroin. He was to appear in court Fri- Nixon Plans To Urge System of Work Incentives WASHINGTON (AP) Proposals to place a surcharge on parking in several cities were day for a probation violation dropped Thursday by the En hearing which could have ended vironmental Protection Agency. in his being sent to prison for And, PPA Administrator Rus-revoeation of his probation for a scd K- Train said his agency is 1971 drug conviction. Hurley said two of the dead had been scheduled to be witnesses against Hoffecker in an upcoming drug case, and that only hours before the killings Hoffecker had purchased a box of handgun ammunition. “He knew everybody lie shot,” said state police spokesman Angelo T. Git re. Opened Fire The shootings began when also delaying the implementation date for all regulations requiring the air quality impact review of new parking facilities until Jan. I, 1975. Most had been due in August or November 1973. Various forms of parking sur-.‘barges had been announced by EPA as a means of discouraging commuting by auto. However, legislation now before congress would have forbidden the surcharges and Train said the in-•lusion of the ban was viewed Hoffecker went to the Dover home of Glen Chemielewski. Po-!35 flrm ‘•""gresuonal guidance Marines Reprimand Leader Of Band for Outside Jobs Television Listings on the issue. The surcharges had been for Pos Angeles. San Francisco. San Diego, Sacra- lice said Hoffecker opened fire, injuring Chemielewski and kill- . i , ing John Pappas, 29, of Wyom-r ann ing, Del., and Shirley gerty. 34. of Dover. Police said he drove other Dover home where he took Mrs. Richard Hatcher, 25, as a hostage, and then drove south to Camden. Del., where he killed Mark Lovelace. 21. Lovelace and Pappas had been scheduled to appear as witnesses against Hoffecker. government Friday WASHINGTON (AP) The marine corps has reprimanded Ll. Col. Dale G. Hnrpham. leader of tin' famed marine band, for allegedly accepting money for appearances as a guest conductor for civilian bands. Harpham voluntarily returned $4,4fd in pay and allowances, including travel pay. he received during the time lie made the guest appearances, the marine corps said. This was before a hearing was held. After the hearing, disciplinary action was imposed, including forfeiture of $1,0041 in pay, the marine corps disclosed Thursday night after press inquiries. The marine corps would not say how much Harpham received for the guest appearances. A hearing in Harpham’s case was held Jan. a in Quantico, * * * ‘Pimento and the San Joaquin valley in California. Boston. New- Va., before Lt. Gen. Robert P. _° aun' ark. N. J., and the Washington, Keller, commanding general of D. C. area. lo.” Open Meeting 60,000-Cad 11 lac I Dr. In Inn d ii i 11 j Law Opinion Recall Is Urged Gj Reqents WASHINGTON lUPD Tho N-areri INCycilia urged Gen- DES MOINES I AP)—The state etal Motors to recall 10.000 19.>9- boarc| 0f regents may meet pri- 1960 Cadillacs for a steering de-    , . u uu „• j    „    vately to discuss with state affect which it said could cause a *    ... driver to lose control of his car. jtomeys matters involving law-James Gregory, head of the suits or negotiating positions, generals office Hurley said. Hoffecker’s car was .spotted by state police near Middletown, and he was pursued by police until his car skidded out of control and into a field.    National Highway Traffic Safe-    the attorney Delaware state trooper    Billy j tv Administration, asked GM to I    said Friday. Reep was shot in the shoulder    notify owners of the Cadillacs And when    the    board    only during the chase and    was    immediately about the defect,    wants to work out    a negotiating wounded slightly.    Under    law.    the agency cannot j position, reports later given to Police said Mrs. Hatcher told order GM to recall the cars. the government can be secret if WASHINGTON (AP) — President Nixon intends to send congress this year a proposed program providing incentives to m    ____ ............. encourage the poor    to work, say, (hem Hoffecker had shot    her I Gregory-urged it to correct the their release would give compet- administration    officials.    and j}ar5ara johnson. 19.    The defect at no cost to the owners, hors an advantage and serve no The proposal, still bein8 johnson woman, found in the The defect is centered in the public good. car used by Hoffecker,    wasj Pitman arm. The steering arm | Therefore, a closed session identified by police as    Hof-*s a critical component whichj may be held to discuss develop- fecker's girl friend. But    they (Connects the Cadillac’s steering (merits of such negotiating posi- the marine corps development and education command there. Keller issued a letter of reprimand, its contents not made public, and ordered Harpham ti> forfeit $590 a month for two months from his monthly base pay of $1,786. Major Jack McNamara of the marine corps public information office at the Pentagon said the alleged offenses for which punishment was imposed on Harpham involved improper travel claims and “unauthorized receipt of monies in the form of honoraria, which he accepted (from civilian sources) for appearing as a guest conductor” while on marine corps duty status. In keeping with marine regulations. McNamara said Harpham has 15 days in which to appeal the decision “on the basis that it was either unjust or disproportionate to the offensesi alleged.” lf he does not appeal, the case goes to the commandant, Gen.j Robert P. Cushman, for final review. At this point, no decision has been made as to whether liar-: pham will continue as director of the band. McNamara said. Assistant Director Maj. Jack T. Kline, has been acting as director in Harpham’s absence. 9—KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapid. 2—WMT-TV, Cedar Rapid. 7—KWWL-TV, V/alerloo 12—Kl IN TV. Iowa City 3—KTVO, Ottumwa 4—WH BF,-TY, Rock Island 6—WOC-TV, Davenport 8—WK BT, ta Crone JO—KROC-TV, Rochester I 3—WHO-TV, De. Moines 40—^CDUB. Dubuque Saturday Night 5:00 t—Lawrence Welk 1 Action News 7- News, Weather, Spls. I ?— Folk. Guitar .1 Lawrence Welk 4 Lawrence Welk ti Movie — "Blindfold; 8 I awrem e Welk IO News, Weather, Sports ti News, Weather, Spts. 40 Holler Games 6:30 2- Hollywood Squares 7- Lotsa Luck 12 World of Animals IO—Victory at Sea 13—Inside Iowa 7:00 ♦— Partridge Family 2 —All In Family 7—Emergency 12- Family Classics J Partridge Family 4 All In Family 8 All In Family IO- Emergency 13 - Emergency 40—Partridge Family 7:30 ♦—Saturday Movie— "Sons of Katie Elder" 2—M*A*S*H 12 Movie — "Slightly Honorable" 3 Saturday movie -"Sons of Katie E Ider” 4 M • A • S * H 8 M*A*S*tt 40 Saturday Movie-"Sons of Katie Elder" 8:00 2 Mary Tyler Moore /— NHC Saturday Movie "The Way West" 4 Mary Tyler Mooi e * NBC Saturday Movie — "The Way West" 8 Mary Tyler Moore 10 — NBC Saturday Movie— "The Way West" 13—NSC Saturday Movie — "The Way West" 8:30 2 Bob Newhart 4- Bob Newhart 8 Bob Newhart 9:00 2—Carol Burnett 12—Century Theater 4—Carol Burnett 8 Carol Burnett 10:00 ♦— Evewlfnest News 2 -Action News 12—Chonese Way 3—ABC News 4—News, Weather, Spts. 8—News, Weather, Spts. 40—Newsline 10:15 J News, Weather, Spts 10:30 ♦—Movie — "Don't Forget to Wipe the Blood Off" 2 Movie "Desert Detour" 7- News, Weather Spts. 12 The Prisoner 3- Movie — "Secret Ceremony" 4—UFO 6-10 O'Clock Edition 8- Movie— "Ulysses" IO News, Weather, Spls. 13 News, Weather, Spls. 40 Movie 11:00 7—Movie— "Destructors" 6—Movie "List of Adrian Messenger" IO— Komlk Klusslx 13—Tonight 11:30 12 Sherlock Holmes 4—Outer Limits 12:00 ♦ 10- Wide World of Entertainment Prisoner 12:30 2—Evil Touch —Worship Services— (Continued from Page 3.) worked on by administration planners, may tie welfare to the tax sysem in some modified form of a guaranteed annual income for those earning below a certain level. Roy Ash, director of the Office of Management and Budget, said the administration “has got to deal with this issue that has been so divisive in the past—the relationship between work and welfare.” The Nixon administration reportedly has decided against said they did not know when she fhaft to tbe steering linkage. If joined Hoffecker in the incident. Mrs. Hatcher was listed in fair condition. it fails, the driver loses control. According to the safety agen- tions, wTOte Asst. Atty. Gen. Elizabeth Nolan in her opinion. The attorney general’s office cy, the defect is caused bv me-1 holds that such instances meet tai fatigue that can be induced J the law’s requirement of “ex-from “repetitive stresses” in-1ceptional reason so compelling volved in turns and parking ma- as to override the general pub-neuvers.    j    lie policy in favor of public It said its investigation show- meetings,” the opinion said cd that steering arms “have; But the opinion said final ac-failed frequently and without tion taken by the board must be SAC RAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — warning, causing complete recorded in the minutes of the San Quentin To Stay Open including welfare reform in its The Reagan administration has steering loss and thus creating meeting, fiscal 1975 federal budget, but postponed plans to close 122- an unreasonable risk of acci-| R. Wayne Richey, President Nixon is expected to year-old San Quentin prison and deal with the subject extensive-1 build two new maximum securi-ly in his State of the Union    S|a[e message.    / \ In an interview, Ash would tor Verne 0rr sa> s-. give no details on the adminis-1 Instead of phasing out San tration proposal. But he said the Quentin, Gov. Reagan’s 1974-75 government should try to find state budget provides $2 5 mil-new language for welfare re- bon to renovate one wing of the form—instead of such phrases aSing institution. as negative income tax and    ^rr said the reason    for the Hit-Run Victim's Dad Hits Girl in Double Tragedy MIAMI (AID — Raymond Ruth was driving homo to see his 4-year-old son who just had been seriously injured by a hit-run driver. On the way, Ruth's car struck and killed a 13-year-old girl, police said. Police gave the following account of the tragedy: Ruth’s son, John, was playing near his home Thursday when a vehicle hit him and the driver sped away. Police searched the area and arrested the owner of a damaged car. Ron H. McMahan, and charged him in the incident. When Ruth found out about his son, he left work for home, but his car struck 13-vear-old clit uiuua^uiiauic i ion \/i acLi'j ii. m Mint mvntj t CXcCUllYv •• «    . A dents, injuries, and deaths to secretary of the regents, asked ae ie c,js eia> u ° w s drivers and passengers.” for the opinion.    rid‘n«    * ^L°e. hT Ti _  I__I_ school. She died almost instant-1 ly. Former Aide to Dean Quits No charges were flled against 1 Post on Nixon Legal Staff 6th st. NW. Mary A. White. S.S. 8:45. Serv. IO. Cedar Hills C ommunity Reformed — 4980 Gordon avo. SW. Leon Aalberts. S.S. 9:45. Serv. ll. “Help for the Discouraged”. Eve. 6:15. “The Recipe Calls for Mustard and Yeast”. Cedar Hills Evangelical Free — West Post .d. and Midway dr. NW. Thomas E. Shaffer. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 10:45. Eve. 7. Wed. 7. Cedar Rapids Bible Chapel— 3412 Oakland rd. NE. S.S. ll. Serv. ll. Eve. 7. Wed. 7:30. Cedar Rapids Friends Meeting — 9:30 a.m. Contact Berle ATiller. Cedar Valley Bible Church — 3636 Cottage Grove ave. SE. Reagan Benedict. 'Ihomas V. Fogie. Dwight L. Taylor. S S. 10:50. Serv. 9:45. Eve. 6. Central Church of Christ — 1500 1st ave. NW. Penney F. I Nichols. S.S. 10:45. Serv. 9:30. Eve. 6. Wed. 7. Christian and Missionary Alliance—1622 42nd st. NE. David B. Hustad. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 10:45.1 Eve. 7. Wed. 7. Peace Christian Reformed — 6600 C ave. NE. Eat I D. D.v-kema. S.S. 9:45. Serv. 10:45. “Five Loaves and Two Fishes”. Eve. 6:30. “Thy Will Be Done”. Church of the Brethren — 1200 Second ave. SE. Dr. Wayne A. Shireman. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 10:50. ~ ..    ...    ,    ,,    ,    ,    Mliistry    of    Deliverance Ruth. His son, who suffered a Church—1510 2nd st. SW. H. G. punctured liver and internal Kurth. F. R. Davidson. S.S. First Church of Christ, Scientist — 1242 2nd ave. SE. SS., serv. 10:30. “Sacrament”. Wed. eve. 7:30. First Covenant—701 25th st. j grounds NE. James F. Lange Ford. S.S 9:30. Serv All-Iowa Fair Planning More Free Attractions Efforts are under way to increase the number of free performances, including high acts, to be presented on the grounds during the 1974 All Iowa fail, Manager Charles Decker repelled to the fair board Thursday afternoon. “We hope to develop a schedule of these special performances so a person can go to the fair and figure he really has had his money’s worth even if he never goes to the grandstand,” Decker said. The 1974 fair, June 28 through July 7, also will have free grandstand shows. Fair officials have been meeting with entrepreneurs in preliminary meetings on grandstand attractions. “It is our goal not only to have a variety of free acts on I the grounds, but also to schedule them in various spots around the grounds,” Decker told the board. “The project, if it can be worked out, will enable us to have some kind of special event going on every ihourorso.” Emphasis also will be on high {acts which can be seen from I many parte of the grounds. “There’s no question but that I we’ll have more free acts on the than ever before,” Dean Decker assured the board. 10:45.1 Decker and committees of the board also have been meeting with auto race promoters to line First Open Bible    — 1911 E ave. NW. Neal B.    Gail. S.S. 9:30. Serv. 10:30. Eve. 7:30.    .    .    -    .    .    .    _ first Pentecostal    fhureh -    "P    a    s“nos ot raclnB cvcn,s for 860 Center Point rd.    NE. James    the    1974    fair. O. McCoy. S.S. 9:30. Serve    *    * * 10:30. Tues., Thurs. Eve. 7.    ,    po    Peiffer>    president    of    the .vestee    “7?    yr    TES Serv. 10:45. Eve. 7. Wed. 7:30 of chairmen to head the fair s p.m. Fri. 1:30 p.m. Eve. 7:30. jgjx major committees. John Mathews Family Concert, j (;,,org0 Clifford will head the BrT-2^D5’ -special events and grandstand Serv. IO:30. Evc.Twed.'7:15. j committee which will work on Interdenominational—225 5th the expanded free act Pr®J' ave. SW. A. J. Stokes. S.S. 9:45. ect. Jerry Brctey will head the Serv. 10:45. Eve. 7. Thurs. 7:30. [ auto racing committee. Islamic Center—2999 1st ave., jim shaff and his agriculture Friday prayer *12?’ ^committee will meet later this Me th-Wick Chapel — 1224 month in an effort to complete 13th st. NW. Donald Artman. arrangements for scheduling Serv. 9.    and judging of the livestock New Apostolic Church 2930 events. 1«U^ea5*i.mWir^:ow5*0"''I 0t^r, New jerusalem Church of are Ed Bock, finance; Ted Paul-God in Christ—631 9th ave. SE. son, maintenance and improvc- bleeding, was in serious condi-|9:4S‘ Scrv- 10:45. Eve. 7. tion in the intensive care unit of (hurrh of Prophecy SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP) private practice for some time Palm Springs General hospital. — Fred J. Fielding, former but delayed resigning lest any- - chief assistant to John Dean, is one conclude it was related to family assistance.    change in plans is the upsurge resjgning as deputy White the Watergate scandal. “I think we should declare mutate prison populations since jjouse counsel and returning to A White House spokesman some of our past language ob-    T    d    the private practice of law’. jsaid Fielding has been doing solete,” he said. “People a1-    a *°!J    T u“utiI Sources at the Western White much of the work of the coun ready have their minds made 2 • mont s af4°; ^s exPec * House confirmed 34-vear-old sel’s office since Dean's de-up because of it. Let’s start ed /° av.erag9e with a clean slate.”    t0 UU11"6 llo''ai but denied a report that Bruce were reluctant to see him leave. Kehrli, a protege of H. R. Hal- Another source said he was sur Let s start    inL5/CdI1    Fielding’s imminent department parture and th;if Nixon aides    BljHBBH and climb to 24.1 Od during fiscal hnt Hnnb_, ;i r<mnrt ^ Rrilr>p ^prp roIlIpfant tn con him loav„ Laurence Silberman, a Wash- ;9:30._Serv. 10:30. Eve. 7. Wed 13211 Edgewood rd SW. Michael (Boots. S.S. IO. Serv. ll. Eve. 7:30. Tues. 7:30. Covington—Rick Miller. S.S. (9:30. Serv. 10:30. Church of God — HOI Oakland rd. NE. A. R. Moslander. S.S. 9:45. Scrv. 10:45. Eve. 6. Eastview Church of Christ— . n » m A ~    'Christian—601 Old Marion rd. VV A S ll I N G T O N (AP) — NE. Lawrence W. Merritt. S.S. Expect Nixon To Name Silberman No. 2 in Justice H. Bassett. S.S. 10:30. Serv Eve. 8. Peoples Unitarian — 600 3rd ave. SE. Walter E. Kellison. SS. IO. Serv. ll. “Steps to Ethical Awareness”. Forum IO. “The Energy Crisis”. Tom Moss. Salvation Army — 1123 3rd st. SE. Eugene Adney. S.S. 9:45. Scrv. ll. Eve 7. Seventh-Day Adventist -42nd st. and Edgewood rd. NE. Siegfried Roeske. S.S. 9:30. Serv. ll. Seventh Day Church of God — (Meridan) 3336 Pi fir ie dr. NE. W. T. McMiekin. School Sat. IO. Serv. 11 30. Temple Judah -    3221    Lind say lane SE. Serv. 8 p.m. Except 1st Fri. of month, serv. 7:30 p.m. Unity Center—1015 2nd ave SE. Mabel K. Swanson. Serv. ll. “Following the Truth”. 12. merits, legal. and O. J. Elsenbast, Classified Ads work ... if you don’t believe it . . . then try one for yourself. 1974-75. ington attorney ^tpnnU Pleine To P.m •    thTV Ti 'n deman. also planned to resign prised Fielding had remained so laj»r undersecretary. ,    or} osf 0    . qio t \ s00n- Kehrli. staff secretary, long in view of his close associa- fleeted by President For Re-election in ’76 "‘lf"* from 1918 lnma,es ,0 made an unannounced JACKSON. Miss. (UPI) -j Ore said tougher parole slam ^ recently to join the pres!- cased President Nixon of having Senator John C. Stennis <D- dards are the main reason for I c*cn,,al Par‘y    ital h«w» d th. Miss.) who was wounded by the increase. Prison officials and former has been robbers in Washington last said prison gang activities have year, Thursday said he will be a caused a reassessment of procandidate for re-election in 1976. grams, buildings and policies Bomb Rome Buildings Housing ITT Offices ROME (AP) — Three explo- of electronic and telecommuni-sions in quick succession early I cation equipment Friday heavily damaged three; ^ (jrs, bbst wretk(,d cees'., buildings in downtown Rome , housing offices of companies I ^eas€d computer and other owned by International Tele- equipment, tore down a nine-phone & Telegraph Co., police yard-long internal wall and reported.    shattered windows in nearby Leaflets found on the scene buildings. Both Fielding and Kehrli testified at the trial cf the Watergate burglars and both were witnesses to the opening of the White House safe of E. Howard Hunt two days after the 1972 breakin at Democratic national committee headquarters. Kehrli also was the second witness before the senate Watergate committee last May. eve. 7. Fibs    Park    Church of God — ,726 L    ave.    NW. John Little. _        Nixon    to    S.S.    9:30.    Serv.    10:30.    Eve.    6. flight tion with Dean, who publicly ac- ^ dePuty attorney general, ad- Wed. 8. ministration sources say.    Redemption    Missionary    Bap- Silherm'in    would    fill    fho    rip    ,    fist —    1014    10th ave. SE. Hai — siiDerman    would    HH    the    de    mon Wcbb.    S.S. 9:30. Serv. ll. partment s No. 2 position, va- Eve. 8. Tues. 7:30. bad knowledge of the Watergate coverup. SUNDAY BUFFET Take it easy on Sunday and join us for dinner after church. $2.75 also children's portions SERVING FROM 11:30-3 P.M. SPREAD 90 Twixt Town Road NE 377-6386 Pre-Retirement Course Slated A four-week course en pre-re-jtirement planning will begin (meeting Jan. 22 at Washington [high school. Dr. Donald Typer. Mt. Ver- cant since the resignation last' Oct. 20 of William Ruckelshaus. Silberman played a significant role in the labor department refusal to supervise the controversial United Mine Workers election in 1969. A White House source said he expects Nixon to nominate Silberman by Jan. 21 when congress returns from its winter recess. Atty. Gen. William Saxbe and White House officials agreed on the selection of Silberman after Saxbe’s first choice, an Ohio non. a specialist in retirement There has been no suggestion planning, will serve as instruc-fhat either man was connected; *°r. Topics to be covered in-with any wrongdoing. Dean,iclude biological and psy-fired as White House counsel logical aspects of aging, last April 30, testified Fielding,housing, leisure time activities, acted as an innocent messenger s<K'*al security and Medicare 00 ( ague' 1 ou 0 c run* in carrying $350,000 in cash and (‘stal<-‘and budget planning. jnin8’a sourc(‘said-from the Committee for the Re- The class will meet on four election o fthe President to Hal- successive Tuesdays from 7:30 per- sa^d’    has organized the) rp^e second bomb wrecked the deman, who ostensibly kept it to 9 p m. Tuition is $5 per coup detat rn Chile and it is entrance t0 a building housing for a time to finance “polling” son or $7.50 per couple. made up by Fascist and re ac- intercontinental Assicurazioni activities.    Interested    persons may pre- t ion ary elements.    an    m*-owned    insurance    A    source    close    to    Fielding, register by calling the Office of A fourth explosion in a suburb fn-m. The third exploded on the said the deputy counsel, who Retirement Education and Other slightly damaged a truck be- roof of a storeroom of ITT’s Si- joined the White House staff Opportunities at Kirkwood Corn-longing to a small telephone line ette Spa, a telephone-installing from a Philadelphia law firm in munity college, 398 5535. OREO J company.    1970, had wanted to return to is sponsoring the program. exploded maintenance firm. Five other bombs Friday in Barcelona. Spain; Turin. Italy, and Zurich, Switzerland. They were apparently thrown by extremists protesting the sentencing of a Barcelona student radical to death One person was injured in those bombings. Damage was slight. Rome police said the three bombs there were thrown shortly after midnight from a passing car. possibly the same one in all three attacks. The targets were within six mil<*s of each other. No injuries were reported but damage was estimated at hun dreds of thousands of dollars. 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