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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Frl., May 24. 1974 -Hall Trial- (Continued from Page 1.) the stand. She said her previous statement was correct, that she had not originally identified the WASHINGTON' (AP) The.to disclose certain types of as lla11- but had done so, Presidency Hides Mistakes With Secrecy: Schlesinger Million in Federal Outlay on LBJ Property late the public, historian Arthur WASHINGTON (AP) While one house committee says fed- eral expenditures reached >-j million American presidency has used formation, especially concern-jduring the course of the inves-j million on former President "the religion cf secrecy" to ing the commitment of troops tojtigalion. Johnson's properly another has bury its mistakes and manipu- combat, and carefully define! she said she had not come promised close scrutiny for all Schlesinger, jr., says. types qualifying for classifica-lforth "out of fear i lion. Testifying Thursday before aj set penalties for use of the senate government operations secrecy system to hide incompe- h'r subcommittee on bills to liberal- inefficiency, corruption1 ize the nation's security wrongdoing sification system, Schlesingerj Provide for the automatic de- i classification of al! documents "The idea that keeping than 10 years old. with an appeal procedure available to the executive branch. secret is an absolute and exclu- sive presidential prerogative is neither morally nor constitu- tionally defensible." Schlesinger, an adviser to the late President Kennedy and now a professor at the City College of New York, said that in cer- tain areas, governmental se- crecy is a vital necessity. But, he added, of late religion of secrecy, as practiced I y one of two alternates who at through all testimony in the rial. With that replacement, the de ense immediately requested a mistrial. The request was de aied by the judge. Judge Louis Schultz, shortly Kfore noon Friday, set June 27 t p.m. as the date for sen- encing Hall. He also ordered that any mo- tions in the case must be sub- mitted before June 17 and set the hearing date for the motions for June 18. liomes used by President Nixon, also mainly in the name of secu- rity. A spokesman for the govern- ment activities subcommittee said much of the equipment in- stalled while Johnson was jn of- fice is still in place. The secret service continues to guard his widow. The committee said the department of defense and the White House communications agency spent an estimated for communications support in connection with th LBJ ranch in Texas. Other Items The million also include Roy Ash, chief of (he Office of Management and liutlget. tes- tifying for the bill. "Cuulil Be Trouble" j "This is a sensitive said ilfep. Udall "When ill 'reaches the floor there very! well could be trouble." Rep. Dcrwinski (R-lll.) said the bill presents "an open invita- tion to justified demagoguery." The bill would authorize about million for White House sta salaries, expenses, travel, pre idential entertainment an upkeep of the White House; I million for a presidential conli gcncy fund; and for 11 staff of the vice-president. The bill does not cover seen service security, military bui get items for White House aii ?raft, Park Service upkeep :he White House grounds an other costs covered elsewhere i :he budget. for Johnson's Austin Texas, office; for stallation and repair of secre service facilities at his Haywooi Ranch where went boating; ivork at a "to he occasional! and to; hangar on the LBJ accommodate news Kirkwood Okays New Course for Fire Fighters A new program in fire science to be offered next fall was ap- proved by the Kirkwood Com- munity college board of direc- tors Thursday. The course will be a coopera- tive effort between the college and Iowa State university if it is approved by the state depart- ment of public instruction. The program leads to an as- sociate of arts degree in fire science and is aimed initially at men already employed by fire departments. Two sections of between 20 and 25 students each will be of- fered. The idea for (lie program ori- ginated from Cedar Rapids Fire Ohief Edsei McMickle and Keith Royer, supervisor of the fire ;ervice extension department at conferences, television broad- casts and the entertainment o. 'oreign dignitaries." Also included were for security lighting, guardhouse and trailers, for stone vails and fences and foi strobe and beacon lights to fa- cilitate helicopter landings. Meanwhile, members of the louse post office and civil ser- 'ice committee put the White louse on notice that a bill pro- iding for new presidential ex- penses faces rough going on the house floor. That view was expressed Magistrate Court Charges Against Three Droppec Charges against three person were dismissed this week i magistrate's court following preliminary hearings. Wendell Beets, 1600 Sevent] avenue SE, was charged will embezzlement by bailee. Hi was charged with taking an en ;ine hoist, the property o Hogan Rent All, 737 First ave nue SW, on April 24. Lynn D. Clifft, Atkins, was charged with operating a motoi vehicle without the owner's con- sent. He was charged with operating a 1956 car, the proper- y of David Secor, on March 18. Danny Allnutt, 2623 Twenty- ourth avenue SE, was chargec vith malicious injury to a motoi 'ehicle. He was charged with iamaging a car, the property of Richard Killinger, on April 20. Two armed robberies of busi- nesses were reported overnight. The Clark service station. 2020 Sixth street was robbed of at about p.m. Thurs- day by .two men brandishing landguns and wearing handker- chiefs over their faces. An attendant, John 620 Twentieth avenue SW, toldj police the men ordered him to Je on the floor while they took :he money. They fled on foot. Both suspects were described as about 5 feet 8 inches tall. One lad long light colored hair and .he other had long dark colored lair. A lone gunman obtained Tom the PDQ store, 806 Thirty- fourth street SE, at 2 a.m. Fri- day. A clerk, Robert J. Ulrich, 1334 C street SW, told police the man carrying what looked like a 45 caliber revolver. The hold- Charges Dropped at Request of Witness A charge of assault and bat- tery against Carl Hobbs, 1024 Sixteenth avenue SE, was dis- missed Thursday in magis- trate's court on request of the complaining witness. He was charged with assault- ing Cynthia Binning March 14. up man took the money from Charges Dropped After Probation A charge of possession of con- trolled substance against Kris- tine Johnson, who gave a north- east side address when arrest- ORTHO: for more perfect roses. 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