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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 Weather-  Low tonight 25 lo 30. High Wednesday in the mid IIIN.  VOLUME 92 NUMBER  Et cine fhtpttlo (DttjeHt  CITY  FINAL  IO CENTS  20  CUDAK HAIMES, IOWA, 'll ESMAY, .JANUARY 29, 1974  ASSOCIATED PRUSS, UPI, NUW YORK TIME!  JUDGE WILL SUBPOENA NIXON  Gunmen Kill 4 Persons At Random  SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — j Plack gunmen traveling in a large black automobile, shot and killed four white persons at random Monday night on the streets of San Francisco.  A young mother of a 4-month-, old son also was shot apparently without reason but is expected to live, although doctors say she probably will be paralyzed from the waist down.  “It seems to be the work of more than one person,” said 1  Chief of Inspectors Charles Barca, who took personal charge of the investigation.  Same Group?  Police noted similarities to ai 10-day outbreak of street shootings last month that killed six persons and wounded two others, although they would not definitely say the gunmen were from the same group.  “There’s no rhyme or riddle to it," Patrolman William Wakefield remarked while discuss-1 ing the difficulties of trying to catch the silent shoot-and-run marksmen.  Witnesses gave varying descriptions of the gunmen but noted that in almost every case the man with the hand gun merely walked out and started .shooting without saying a word.  Police iii Emeryville, in the | east San Francisco bay area, were investigating what they said could he a related, nonfatal shooting that occurred  early this morning.    ident Nixon Tuesday lifted all the last year have cost taxpay- mushrooms, some posing the  They said two black men driv- curbs on foreign [xirtfolio  int- a black Cadillac pulled up vestments bv Americans alongside a white male hitch-    ,    ,    ,    .  hiker at a freeway on-ramp and  se a dramallc     »mp r0v e* Commissioner    Alexander    M    access    to    the    records    that    did  fired three shots, hitting the  ment    in  the nation s balance of Schmidt of the Food    and Drug    exist    or    coding    systems    that  man once in the stomach.    payments.    Administration said tuesday. were more a hindrance than a  The unidentified victim was In an executive order, Nixon In addition, the PDA will have help,’ he said, reported in stable condition at in effect suspended the interest;to forego 10,000 tood sanitation Providence hospital in nearby equalization tax adopted in 1909    inspections because of the re-  Oakland     t0  restrict capital outflows from    calls involving suspected botu-  In each case rn the latest "»  U     \.  J  ..    , L     'T™     ,0 ’ dn in   shootings the weapon used was ">  rel f‘ d  ; ldlons -     lht \ com-, Schmidt said  merce department terminated Ihesc canceled inspections in-  foreign direct investment con-    elude fish and shellfish proces-  trols and the Federal Reserve    sors and dairy and gram-  Roard ended use of its voluntary    product manufacturers, the  foreign credit restraint guide-    FUA chief said,  lines  President Urges More [Testimony Work on Energy Bill i cli l  rfl   WASHINGTON (AP) — Pres- j Jackson, the chief architect of ill LII*#l#\ox v#| ident Nixon Tuesday urged the the    bill, has acknowledged that  senate to send emergency en- the    windfall profits section is    ^    k    I  orgy legislation back to a con- not    entirely satisfactory but has    I    /»    Cm Of!  ference with the house for fur- insisted on keeping it in as a    It  ther consideration.    prod    to congress to pass new!  In a letter addressed to Mi- tax measures later in the ses- j Gazette Leased Wires nority Leader Hugh Scott, Nixon I sion.    WASHINGTON — A Califor-  said, We have been able to    op    prices    nia judge said Tuesday he  make do without emergency  E|scwhere on Capito ,  H i|j I would sign an unprecedented legislation thus ar, and I urge  jf)hn Sawhu ,  df;puty director of  subpoena demanding President I you and your colleagues to take  the     federal Energy Office, said j    Nixon    testify    in the Ellsberg  the additional time required for  the    price of domestic od shou]d     burglary    trial.    The White House  ruly responsible J*, held within the  range  of $6 to I said it would respond after it '"a barrel.    | sees the order.  Without indicating how this! “Of course we have not seen  .•quired  developing Iproduct.”  The letter specifically mentioned a provision designed to limit excess profits earned by the oil industry as one of “13! sections of the bill which presented difficulties.”  Nixon asked the senate and house to reconcile their dif-i ferences over the legislation Scott said Nixon’s Jette . backed a motion to recommit the bill back to conference with  (Continued Page 3, Col. 6)  Nixon To Ask Pay Hikes for t U.S. Officials  the order,” presidential spokcs-m a n Gerald Warren said. “When it is received we will consider it and an appropriate response will be forthcoming.” Superior Court Judge Gordon Ringer said in Los Angeles he would sign a certificate ordering Nixon to testify Feb. 25 at a pretrial hearing for three Pay former White House aides and  ..    .    ..    .    ,    ,    WASHINGTON (AP)  p.™*«»,.»«,>■«, » », cm   Wis  ,    lines are in store for high level     Fjrst    Tjme   public servants under President Mansfield Against    |    Nixon’s fiscal 1975 budget pro- “This will be the first time in  Senate Majority Leader Mike posal.    history of a state court*  Mansfield said he still planned Once formally proposed, the That the President of the United to vote against the motion to pay raises for congressmen, I states has been called to testify recommit, but Sen. Henry Jack-cabinet members and top-level in a trial, Ringer said, son (D-Wash. J, who last week federal administrators are like-     ( . ourt  j s  persuaded,”  flatly predicted passage of the ly to begin in March, with addi-  said  Rj nj , er>  “that the honor-bill, said Tuesday he could no tional increments in 1975 and  a h| e  Richard VI. Nixon is a longer forecast the outcome. 1976. The only action that could material witness for the de-Nelson's motion is expected to [stop Nixon's intent is a nega-include instructions to drop a tive vote by congress within 30 controversial provision designed days after the proposal reaches  Collector Wounded (to prevent the oil industry from [Capitol Hill.  [earning windfall profits.    i    Nixon’s    budget    proposal  Fleeing Bombardment  UPI Telephoto  Cambodian civilians clog the highway as they flee a Communist artillery bombardment of Phnom Penn. Using captured U.S.-made howitzers, the Khmer Rouge insurgents have inflicted heavy casualties in shellings of the capital.  Lifts Curbs On Foreign Investments  EDA Chief Hifs Cosf  Gun Le,t ,n Trash ’ Of Mushroom Scares  IS  tense.”  The jurist cited the Aaron Burr treason trial of 1807 in which the chief justice ordered  WASHINGTON (AIG — Pres    _____    Nixon’s    .    .  CORALVILLE — A Coralville! Jackson blamed the effort ^scheduled to be sent to congress! Thorn as Jefferson to turn over a man suffered a gunshot wound block the bill on “intensive lob- Monday.    I    letter    to the court as €*-  ATLANTIC Cm', N. J. (AP) During the recalls of millions Monday in a freak accident. J byin g by the petroleum  Twelve mushroom recalls in o f cans of underprocessed james Organ. 50. a city gar- dustry  ?u nd   f ^ h,te  r A (l<aM    |e     /     6     against    the    windfall profits pro-  ... ors more than *6.5 million and risk of death lo consumers, “we  bag ^  < ' olll ‘ l ’ lor ' " as loadln * ref- vision. The industry and the ad- Under Hie proposal cabinet required 360 man-years of time were often delayed by inade-  In *° truck when a loaded ministration reported! y or-  De-  * H  from government agencies, quate plant records, lack of ' u  ^ au 8 e  shotgun discarded in gamzed a filibuster in  the refuse, discharged.    cember by Republicans and oil-  Organ was struck in the pel- state senators that prevented vie area and was taken to Uni- ! passage of the bill then, versify hospitals shortly after I The bill’s opponents gained  ‘There just has to be some  (Continued: Page 7, Col. 3 *  p.m.  in- The salary increases would be Tarnishing the precedent that a House I the first of their kind since I President could bv subpoena,!  The action came on a motion filed by attorneys tor John Ehr-lichman. Nixon’s former domestic affairs adviser. The motion asked that the President either be subpoenaed or written statements be obtained from him.  Before the news that Ringer had taken such action, White  officers would have their pay raised about $4,000 this year, with additional raises in the next two years. They now earn $60,000.  Congressmen would receive a new strength Monday when Ne!-  raise  of $3,500 in early March,  a .32 caliber pistol.  The murder spree started at 7:51 p.m. iii a largely residential district to the west of San Francisco’s downtown area and  ended two hours later.    Certain reporting require  During that time the killers ments will be maintained tem-had slain another person to the porarily so the government can west of the downtown area, one monitor money flows involving in a slum area two blocks from American businesses and finance city’s main street and an- !  cial institutions, other near the southern San The treasury said the Inter-  Con f Get Specific Nixon News Charges  Organ was reported in satis- son. a northern liberal known to bringing them close to $46,0001 Hou s e  Dwyers said they ad-actory condition Tuesday. favor a windfall profits tax, an- annually. There would be addi-  v . 1!,cd     ‘     an     .    .    .    ren  ounced his opposition to the tional raises rn 1975 and 1976 bill on the grounds that it is un-!unless congress rejects the plan, workable. Nelson also objects to' And similar increases would provisions in the bill that would be forthcoming for high-level suspend clean air requirements officials, including deputy sec-in order to permit the burning retakes, assistant secretaries  of dirtier fuels.  and agency heads. Many top  pear in his behalf in California.  Warren refused to say at that time, however, what Nixon’s reaction would be to a subpoena. Further Arguments Ringer said that he would  Schmidt said in remarks prepared for the annual meeting of the National Canners Assn. that “the industry, the government and the consumer have all lost in other ways.  NUW YORK (AIM — The Na- works that inspired the Pres-tional News Council has aban- ident’s remarks,’’ the council dolled a probe of President Nix- added.  on's charges of “outrageous, vi- However, its executive diree-cious and distorted reporting” tor. William Arthur, said it was by the television networks bo- still prepared to conduct hcar-[cause it can’t get the White ings if the White House comes  ,n * House to pinpoint the chargee., [up with detailed charges, and  Freeing American Thursday: China  federal workers, whose pay has hear further arguments on the been frozen at $36,000 annually, matter in the event that Nixon also would receive pay boosts, (chooses to resist the subpoena The Federal Pay Commis- I to testify on grounds of execu-  TOKYO (AIM — An American captured by the Chinese on the Paracel islands during fighting  “The canned mushroom  I’rancisco limits.    nal Revenue Service soon will dustry has for a time lost credi- The council, an independent the networks have agreed to co- between Chinese and South Viet-  Die victims, in (he order that j provide business men and finan- j bilify and public confidence in non profit organization set up to operate in the study    namese    forces will be released  they were shot. Smith, 32; Vincent John Bambic, 87; Holly. 35.  were Tina cia! institutions with guidelines (their product; the FDA has had examine Woilin, 69; and Jane  complaints of  un-  on the reporting they will be ex- questions posed as to its ability fairness or inaccuracy in impeded to observe.    to protect the public from unsafe tional news reports, started the  The council said that, in interviews with Press Secretary Ron-  Thursday, China announced. The announcement bv the of-  sion and the White House joined to prepare the pay-inereasc proposal. The commission, comprising industry officials, makes its recommendations to the White House and the President submits these to congress.  Pay increases for Nixon. Vice-  Southern Section  Wounded was Mrs. Roxanne McMillan, 23, who was standing near her new home in the city’s southern section.  Tina Smith and Woilin were  (Continued: Page 3. Col. 2 >  investigation after the President  son  Oct. 26 at a  deputy director of the  --- foods.”  Warning on Grenada    Schmidt    said    the FDA will  ma( j e  (he charge  ST GEORGE’S. Grenada P ress for new ,aws  requiring; news conference.  (APi—-The U.S. government has registration of all food plants,[ Nixon said the  advised Americans in Grenada immediate notification of all re- of television commentators had  0 f reporting involved, to leave the country because ol calls undertaken by industry been the worst he had seen in from the resumption  ald Ziegler and Kenneth Claw- fieial llsinhua news agency said president Ford. House Speaker  and Senate President  recent record  the American was ill and    would    Albert  White House office of    commune    be repatriated along with five    pro tem James O. Eastland are  cations, council    staff    members    sick and wounded South    Viet-    not provided for in the proposal,  were told there    were    six areas    namese troops.    Generally, however, once the inranging    The llsinhua broadcast,    mon-1    creases for other upper echelon  of the Stored in Tokyo, did not    name    public servants arc introduced,  island.  compliance  Spring Bond Vote Eyed  prosecutor  20  legislation is offered four individuals.  Archibald partment in Washington as der- The President carns $250,000 ald Urnil Kosh.    a    year.  Its Judy Daubenmier  A $9 million bond issue for remodeling the four older junior high schools may be plated before Cedar Rapids Community school district voters in April or May Passage of such a bond issue would mean a I 12 mill increase iii property taxes and would he the cheapest method of financing the remodeling, school officials said At a work session of the school board Monday after noon, board members, ad minis!raters and citizens discussed the pros and cons of a bond issue and speculated on its chances of success.  Construction costs are rising more than IO percent a year while interest rate oil bonds would he five percent, school officials said  Cited Biliation Hamilton Vasey, adamas  increasing    political    and    econ-    and    mandatory    maintenance    of    27 years of public lift' Later    bombing    of North    Vietnam    in    the    American    He previously    separate  »inic    tensions    on    the    Caribbean    records    essential    to    regulatory;he added that he had no respect    December, 1972,    to    the    firing    of    was    identified    bv    the state    de    for    these  for commentators who take “a    special  bit of news and then, with    i Cox (Xt  knowledge of what facts are, distort it viciously.’’  Three days later. Gerald War rcn, White House deputy prest secretary, said the White House staff was exploring the possibili tv of documenting with examp  trative assistant for plant facilities, said inflation adds $900,000 each year to the cost of the $9 million project, but the 2 5 mill levy for construction raises only $700,000 each year.  “We’re losing money faster than we can keep up because of inflation,” he said “lf we are limited to the 2 5 mill income available until 19)11, we would raise $5 75 million to apply toward the $9 million total.  “How much beyond 1981 it would take us to complete remodeling would depend on if the 2.5 mill levy is voted again and on the costs of const met ion  “I would say remodeling would take 12 to 13 years ll we had no inflation, and assuming all 2.5 null funds could be committed to junior high re modeling."  The 2 5 mill levy expires iii  1981 and must he approved again by voters.  1977 Completion lf n bond issue passed in May. Vasey estimated remodeling of all four older junior highs would be completed by fall, 1977  The $9 milion would rcmod el McKinley, Roosevelt, Franklin aud Wilson junior highs all 50-year-old buildings Tile district’s two other junior highs, Taft and Hard mg, were built iii 1965 All arcus ut the older build ings are slated for remodel ing the auditoriums, libraries, cafeterias, small gyms, classrooms, corridors and gyms,  Also to he added are floor coverings, site work, pollution controls for the coal burning furnaces, modifications for  (Continued: Page 2, Col. 6 )  Press Kept Out of Camp David  CAMP DAVID, Md. (AP) four-member wire service pool pony the President on recent  .    .    rn    rt«    which    President    Nixon’s desire for pri- of photographers and reporters trips. In addition, they have not! “victims of discern  aroused Nixon s ire    vacy    has    made it impossible for|and have been teed for special    Permitted inside Camp mutton” when the  arouaea Wixon a ire.    •    .    ...    David    since last Thanksinvine county grand jury  The council reported Monday reporters to confirm that he re- events, including the visit of So-     un  charges  that it had not received part leu lars from the White House de spite numerous telegrams telephone calls and interview* with White Houst  ally is at his mountaintop retreat  In addition, a proc* commum-staff cations trailer, installed inside  members, and could not proceed with the investigation with out them “It would he difficult, if not futile, for the council to attempt to deduce, from broad and non specific charges, the particular actions of the television net-  hnhnts  Nowadays when a woman phones lier husband to stop by the cleaners, she isn t referring to clothing. She means the supermarket condom  Camp David gates tor use of the news media, has been removed. Also gone is a duck blind with two telephones from which news representatives have watched presidential helicopter takeoffs and landings Thus, the White House has removed from within the closely guarded gates of Camp Da\ id all press communications that had been installed by the Nixon administration in earlier days when press spokesmen prom ised “an open administration “  viet Communist party leader Holy Official Version Leonid Brezhnev hest June.    Nothing    is    known    of    the    Prcs-  Asked about the trailer, depu- ident’s activities here, except tv press secretary Gerald War* what White House press spokes-ren said it was only being rein- men wish to tell rated “We’re thinking about For example, it came to light relocating it We’re looking for only last week that Howard a better place    to serve    every-    Hughes’ aide    Richard Danner  body.'    was a secret    visitor at Camp  He said the 10-by-50-foot of- David last May. Warren said fice-ftyle trailer, installed in the press was not informed at November. 1972. was still on the the time because Danner just grounds of Camp David    dropped in on the President for  According to White House a courtesy call of five or IO spokesmen, Nixon is working at minutes ‘ We didn’t deem it Camp David on his State of the part of the President’s ealen-Union speech. But no members dar,” Warren said of the press have seen the Pres- And, one weekend, reporters ident since he    left    the    White    were told that    national security  House Thursday    night    adviser Henry    Kissinger was at  The White House has not no- Camp David with the President titled the jhmiI reporters and when he actually was making a  tive privilege.  Tho motion to subpoena Nixon was brought by Douglas Dalton, one of Ehrlichman’s attorneys. Ehrlichman is accused of conspiracy. burglary and perjury in connection with the breakin of the Beverly Hills office of Daniel Ellsberg’s psychiatrist, Dr. Lewis Fielding, during the Labor day weekend of 1971.  Also on trial are David Young and G. Gordon Giddy, who are accused of burglary and conspiracy.  In an unusual move, the chief prosecutor, Deputy Dist. Atty. Stephen Trott, joined in the defense suggestion, saying. “I think that is appropriate, your honor.”  Crucial  Dalton's motion to subpoena the President is crucial to the defense claim that they were of discriminatory pros Los Angelo indicted them  g<  The judge said he had been  (Continued Page 3, Col. 2 )  Today s Index  “Being Relocated”  These facilities have served a photographers iii time to ammi- secret trip to Moscow     Comics    ..,..-,17      Courthouse    ....... 3      Crossword    17      Daily Record    ..... 3      Deaths    ... 3      Editorial Features    6      Farm    16      Financial    18      Marion    . 18      Movies    ll      Society    8,9      Sports    13-15      State    4,5      Television    IU      Want Ads    ... 20-23     ♦   

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