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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 2    'Ilie    Cedar Rapids Gazette: Fit., May 24, 1074 Presidency Hides Mistakes With Secrecy: Schlesinger —Hall Trial- (Continued from rage I.) 1 the stand. She said her previous (Statement was correct, that she I had not originally identified the WASHINGTON (AP) - The to disclose certain types of in -|man as Hal!- but llad done so American presidency has used! formation, especially concern-(during the course of the inves-“the religion of secrecy” to1 mg the commitment of troops mitigation bury its mistakes and manipu-jcombat, and carefully define! she said she had not. come late the public, historian Arthur types qualifying for classified- forth ‘ out of fear ... I was Schlesinger, jr., says.    ;    tion.    scared.” senate government opeianorn*,secrecy system t0 |11(je mcompe- hnr uini,r..lir .    ... #h subcommittee on bills to liberal-Lnee.' inefficiency. conniption    one^s    crantVd ize the nation’s security clas-*or wrongdoing.    stand. Mrs. Jones was granted situation system, Schlesinger provide for the automatic de- classification of all documents said: “The idea that keeping things]more than IO years old, with an secret is an absolute and cxclu- appeal procedure available to sive presidential prerogative is the executive branch. neither morally nor constitu-    __       — bonally defensible “    J Schlesinger, an adviser to the    ■"rOOO"" late President Kennedy and now (Continued: Page 3, Col. 7.) a professor at the City College    7T    .    .    ... of New York. said that in oer-lsa,d- ' l' ',hmk 'he pipeline $5.9 Million in Federal Outlay on LBJ Property WASHINGTON (AP) While'Roy Ash, chief of the Office of one house committee says fed- Management and Budget, les-eral expenditures reached $5.9|tifying for the bill million on former President ...    .    ...    ‘Could    Be    Trouble Johnsons property, another has promised close scrutiny for all! “This is a sensitive bill,” said new presidential expenditures.    Rep* I dull (D-Ariz.). “When it The house government opera-    reacbes the floor there very tions committee said Thursday    w could be trouble, that most of the funds for the Rep. Derwinski (R ill.) said Johnson properties were spent the bill presents “an open invita-on security facilities. The com- lion to justified demagoguery.” mittee disclosed earlier that The bill would authorize about $17.1 million was spent on    $19 million for White House staff ,    homes used by President Nixon,    salaries, expenses, travel, presuit si av    she in    inly    pointed    ajs0 mainjN jn t|10 name 0f Secu-    idential entertainment a n d in James    Halls    direction    and    n!v    upkeep of the White House; *1 million for a presidential contingency fund; and $920,000 for the staff of the vice-president. The bill does not cover secret immunity from prosecution by Johnson County Attorney Carl Goetz on Wednesday. ; identified him as the black man she had seen knocking on the door of the murder room shortly after 3 p.m. tho day of the slay-! mg. Under c r ess - examination. A spokesman for the government activities subcommittee said much of the equipment installed while Johnson was in office is still in place. The secret service security, military bud-service continues to guard his get items for White House air-widow.    craft, Park Service upkeep of The committee said the the White House grounds and by which the American prcsi. promised by the administration dency conceals its purposes, translated into a I I percent u..-; ■    „vmin,,ht0c    decline in retail prices of farm- tain areas, governmental se. ougiy to bo cleared    . 1 s|Mrs. Jones said Hall then left crecy is a vital necessity.    moa 10 Jh.e5    tho    building    by an editor. She Belong secrccv °as noticed ***** are^nowhere near Bedrop    S3W    MlSS °tlCnS ‘iIlV° ^rtnient of defense and the other costs covered elsewhere in hv gr    branch    £5    at the farm level ”    i,atcr    on'    White House communications the budget. wnm» TJ mirn so means1 Relief from high f°od prices    Final    Arguments    agency spent an estimated, become an all-purpose means:.........„       -    his    fjna,    „    ,s    „    *3.573.000 for communications jury. Woodward cited Mrs.    fppor 'n    toTnm'c"on    "1,h    the buries its mistakes,    manipulates oooime iii reian prices    or    iarm-|jonos- change of testimony as    LBJ rancn    ,n ,ox<,s’ its citizens and maximizes its Produced food ti oui March to "further proof of the very    Other    Items power."    St'that1    fT, We‘*i"y C8!* of circunv    The *5.9    million also    includes-- Schlesinger said he would sup- sum that mean, a >-i mop in stantial evidence which points($770,000 for Johnson’s Austin. rLar.„, A    4- port legislation    lhat    would:    a >cal ;s !'UPP1>    «•    pi'’'"    .J™    directly to Hall as the killerTexas, office; $15,000    for    in LnflrgeS Aga HIST Require .he executive branch    a'sav,ng    Woodward    described    the striation and repair of secret Three Drooped - of 38 'ents i week    murder    as    a    crime of pas-service facilities at his Haywood    ■    « ( Th,Ltj    fhp    ,    .    ginrJsion”    He    noted    the body had Ranch where he occasionally ^ Charges against three persons H (ecl,t u * c been sexually mutilated after,went boating; and $34,000 for were dismissed this week in death. Magistrate Court —Ellington— (Continued from Page I.) October and means it cost $1,728 a year to feed a theoretical ward is hearing what I’ve done, household. The indicator had and, unlike most composers, I risen to a record rate of $1,748 a can hear it immediately. That's year in March. why I keep these expensive-- gentlemen with me.” The ‘‘expensive gentlemen” — his orchestra — was one of the few big bands to survive beyond the ’Wa. More than the j R Norr|5 379 Tw.rntv.i-a„ piano, the orchestra was tllmg-.    sw. has received Aion ” a law degree from Drake uni- Graduates ton’s instrument. Its members were all virtuo- versitv. work at a    hangar on the    LBJ    magistrate’s court following 'Hie defense offered    an a1-    rancb ‘’to    accommodate    news    preliminary hearings, ternative theory.    The    defense    conferences, television broad- Wendell Beets,    1600 Seventh attorney claimed    the    murder    ^^ts and the enteitainment of avenue SL, was    charged with foreign dignitaries.”    embezzlement by bailee. He Also included were $29,400 for:was charged with taking an en-security lighting, guardhouse! pine hoist, the    property of and trailers. $3,400 for stone'Hogan Rent All, 737 First ave-walls and fences and $4,300 for nue SW, on April 24. act*0!''lea lousv^orindict-’s!™be and boacon "sh,s 10 fa',    D CMK,    Atkins, was 11    ‘    1    eilitate helicopter landings.    charged with operating a motor Meanwhile, members of    the    vehicle without the owner’s    con- ,    a-v 0    1e    ,llc Pro‘    house post    office and civil    ser-    sent. He was charged    with was not sexually motivated. He said evidence indicates the murder could have been com-i nutted by a woman, possibly as many jealousy duced a further surprise when a i vice committee put the White'operating a 1956 car, the proper , juror was excused and replaced pjouse on notjce that a bill pro- ty of David Secor, on March 18. gat thimuah    for    neW    Presidential    ex-    Danny    Annutt,    2623    Twenty-j trial    penses faces rough going on the fourth avenue SE, was charged rwfrntn v’ainarai^ nnivpr.    ,    ,    ,    house floor.    vvljh    malicious    injury    to    a    motor In February, Ellington had re- ■ . vain ii-use lnd    *    With    that replacement, the de- That vjew was expressed to; vehicle. He was charged with I turned to Washington, where he,slt>’ Naipaiaiso_ mu,    fense immediately requested a grew up, and performed for sev-    mistrial. The request was de- eral hundred inner city school Dana    ’ tr°t^e /^’ nied by the judge. children and Julie Nixon Eisen-|    in    Fill    dudge    Rou*s    Schultz,    shortly WdUarn Woods    be forenoon Friday, set June 27 President’s daughter,®?’ ®“ wl .    ,    .    j at 1:30 p.m as the date for sen- science degree in education. , tencing MHa„ — I    He also ordered that any mo- Innocent Plea entered    'tions in the case must be sub- sos and some of them stayed    ^    ^ with him for more than 40    ^    a,.ldima-    1831 Second | by years-    avenue    SE. has received a Worldwide Honors    bachelor    of science in education trial hower. The hailed Ellington as “one of my heroes” and brought a letter from her father addressed to “his excellency the Duke of Ellington.” The letter from President Nixon proclaimed that Gunmen Reb SE Side POO Store, Service Station In Tama Court Case muted before June 17 and set __ TOLEDO    — James Brewer. “there’ll never he another”you ” 1 former Tama city police Among the honors given Ell- officer, pled innocent in lama ington in the course of his ca- district court this week to re-reer was the French Legion of sis ting an officer. Honor, presented in July of 1973. Brewer waived his right to a Nixon invited him to the speedy trial. Judge Clinton E. White House on his 70th birth- Shaeffer set a jury trial for day and gave him the nation’s July 29. Brewer is free on per-highest civilian honor, the sonal recognizance. Medal of Freedom.    The charge was filed The Republic of Togo in Afri- ll ca put his picture on a postage with eight other violations, fol- tors Thursday The course will be Two armed robberies of busi the hearing date for the motions nc**es reported overnight    ,    f    h for June 18.    1    T1'"    ................... damaging a car, the property of Richard Killinger, on April 20. Charges Dropped a1 Request of Witness A charge of assault and bat- J tory against Carl Hobbs, 1024 Sixteenth avenue SE, was dis-' missed Thursday in magis- curV*Ce Statuu ?25 comPlaining witness. .Sixth street SW. was robbed of „    ,    ... 1*41 at about 11:30 p.m. Thors.'.    charged with assault, day by two men brandishing inS c-vnlhla BmmnS ^ch 14 Kirkwood Okays Npw Courcp for handsuns and wearing handker- new vuuiiCTur chiefs over their faces.    Charges    Dropped Fire Fighters An attendant, John Wharton.    After    Probation An attendant, John Wharton. ,620 Twentieth avenue SW. told A .    ,    f A new program rn fire science    p0|ice thc men ordcrct| hlm t0    ,.^.c.har^    a'    possession °f con- to be offered next fat! was ap-    lie on the f,00r whUe thcy took    tolled    substance    against    Kns- April proved by the Kirxwood Com- the money They fled on foot. l"ne, Jobnson' "ho Ka'e a ne1*;-atter    Brewer was charged    mumty college board of direc-    D    ,    eaSk Slde address when arrest- Both suspects were described    ed, was dismissed in magis- stamp in a 1967 series which also    lowing a    chase by a Tama po-    The course will be a coopera-    had Tone hclit colored* hair and    trat^s court folIowing a year of featured Bach.    Beethoven and lice officer.    ^    Jive    effort    between the college!^Sr    hS !M«    d?rk colored T    a ck r. • Debussy.    In    Magistrate    J. E.    Arends’ and Iowa State university if it u„:r    °    uas    (barged with having . . , «    ,    court last Friday, Brewer pled    is approved by the state depart-    l/v _    ., .    . C7n    'marijuana and amphetamines Certainly Greatest    gui|ty to    a st0p Mgn violation,    j men! of public instruction.    f A ^ -tore M Thirt^-ln hcr P<>^ei,si"r‘ Jan 3. 1973. Avant-garde composer    speeding    and failure to stop for    The program leads to an as-    fourth street SF at 9 am Fri- Gunther Schuller has called Ell-    a police    car. Dismissed were    sociate of arts degree in fire    (j-r ington “certainly the    greatest    three charges of stop sign    vio-    science and is aimed initially at    A'cicrk Robert I I I rich 1334 American composer.”    lation, one of intoxication    and    men already employed bv fire    c street SW told noliep the man Arturo Toscanini commis-one assault on Jacqueline departments    "    ™ aeUhm°,Tama_ _    I    Two    sections    of    between    20    J    ^ other 'symphony orchestras    Church    Appeal    '    s,udents    each    W,U    be    °f'    “p ma" '«ok tbe mone-v from around the world'have played BUENOS AIRES IAP, - The f*i“'    .    ,.    the cash register. Ellington s music. So has    almost    Roman Catholic Church in    Ar-1„Jbe !d,ea forr,bc P^am on-    Pol.ce described ho suspect every dance band.    gen,ma has appealed for an    end    K na ed from Cedar Rapids f ire    as in his 20s. about IS I pounds. 6 L*       !    Chief    Edsel    McMickle    and    Leith    feet 2 inches tall with medium of the fire length dark hair. In 1965, when he was 66, a to the wave of assassinations..^ ^ Pulitzer Prize jury recommend- kidnapings, bombings and tor- ^    vlsor. cd turn for a special award, bul lures that has swept the coon- “ n[enMn d*Par"ncnt at . 1 he aspect fled north on fool the advisory board rejected it. try.    (ISL-    from    the    store. “Fate is being kind to me,” Ellington said. “Fate doesn't want me to be famous too young.” GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS For Nims, Sports, tookktiping, General Infor motion and Office* Not Listed Below Coll ...................... Circulation Subscription Dipt Mon. thru Sot. 8 a rn. to 7 p rn Sundays Until 12 Noon Holidays ll a m. to 7 p rn. Want Ad* .................... Mon. thru Fri B a rn. to 5 p m. Saturday until 12 Noon Display Advertising .......... 8 o rn to 5 p m Morton Office 398 8211 398-8333] 3988234 398 8222 398 8430 —•OTVOTMMMI —Living Costs— (Continued from Page I.) home, up 24; food away from home, up 13.4. ♦ * * Thc gross average weekly earnings of Cedar Rapids factory workers declined S4.36 per week in the first quarter, mainly because of reduced work week and less overtime, according to the Iowa State university extension office With the rise in prices, the ISI! report said. purchasing power declined further. Spendable current dollars earned per week dropped $3.77 in the quarter. In terms of 1967 dollars, the drop was $6.25 The overall coft of living rise here since 1967 is 36.3 percent. The 10-week Session ll summer school course listings in the Sunday, May 19, Gazette incorrectly listed the Session III (July 15-August 16) courseofferings. Check the correct 10-week course list in the Sunday Gazette, May 26. OR contact the adnations office at Kirkwood or Mount Mercy Colleges. - ,t Dotsti * Hsv* to b* Mather I Day lo Civ* A fruit Bosket They r* Th# Sweetest Gifts Anytime HEAPING % PECK .....$3.50 HEAPING ’4 PECK .....$6 50 HEAPING FULL PECK... $9.00 Gift (els wropped t a Oiaafy Boer fra* Dak vary ta lHhar Hospital DALE S FRUIT MARKET J3J0 Center ft Rd NI    _ JU 3314    Open?    ta A I boys NP At the HOME of the FREE Pr»« checking with no service charges and no gimmicks. For personal and business accounts. Another free service from the Home of the Free. GUARANTY BANK & TRUST CO. 3rd St. & 3rd Ave. Downtown • I 81 9 42nd St. NE 191 Jacolyn Dr. NW Phone 362-2ll5 for more perfect roses. 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