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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kaplds Gazette: Tues.. June 4. 19341 By Jav Sbarbutl U. S.-China Trade Seen Bomb in Package rr, j T j 4 Panel Staff Has lelevision loaay Matching Soviet Total Anti-Nixon Bias (API __ in.! heal on nn Role 1 NKW YOKK iAI') John i Cardinal Krol, head of the na- The Tree House If llu PAKfO. A court .in Prysxr. i government estimates pie's Republic of China." meiu says he knows of no con- at Ih .ted States trade with the Peo-i ..No has jiad Iloisc {cw selected itroversial" cases handled by NEW YORK (AP) One of unnerved me. But his men came i vear will sun.-iss says the Rev. who was killod when a! The lockage had been i.'lai "m -11" 9I-- UIUHIH Whrt IrtinoH thai Mr.l -lllilMi.l 'in .wlt'ionK rVrto- linn's Roman Catholic bishops, Kiys it is difficult to see how a priest could carry on his min- istry while working as a While back Saturday evening and the nation's costliest tree houses, rushed to completion lit up during the night last month in Washington, n. hasn't been used since May 20, i But don't ask if you can play inj Two of the room's three win-! 'dows were removed to let the; l two TV cameras focus on the the (wo TV cameramen and of witnesses. Two other __ cameras, located inside it if you come to Washington. It's reserved exclusively for lighting director who'll be in it from the day the house judici- the commerce department ex-! lives from more than 150 lead-i of the committee pects that during 1974 trade j ing corporations, said that in j have a "definite with China will reach bil-i the first four months of this! bias. room, will provide pictures ofi ion, just below Irade ary committee finally opens its tno committee faces. impeachment investigation toi When the window the public. in use, I projected for trade with the Soviets, camerasj jn Addition, according to thisjbi with China edged "Because President, said some members and its staff less' 50' Monda-v- anti-Nixon offlcl not know it's ahead of U.S.-Soviot trade. During that period, trade with 5-H1.2 million, of their biases, 1 wood panels dpparlmcnt it is: compared to million with The tree house, so named by'secured at the window, (nat bv mo to put up. It's located Has anyone tried to tiptoe to blLi'annST' the south side of the massive'the treehouse for bugging pur-1 Rayburn building, which cost an j poses or to eavesdrop on the' "Firm Commitment" estimated million to put up. j committee's closed sessions? The function of the less expen- IT.S.- 'he Soviet Union, he said. Favors U.S. i The forecast of billion JU.S.-China trade by 1980 was "None of our people." laughed i who also spoke at a sive structure is to enable the Siegenthaler, who said the com-j of tiie council, said the Nixon TV cameras to peep in the com- mittee orders periodic checks ofj administration "has a firm corn- Secretary of State voiced by Charles Freeman, the mittee's hearing room in the Rayburn building. Space in that room is at a premium, hence TV's window perch. periodic i the installation and puts a sccu-lmilment for rity man on duty during closed'----------- sessions to guard against un- authorized ears. He said the structure The cost of erecting the two- locked shut May 20 after tesi, story tree house was shared by the camera an the three commercial networks and nobodv was nd public television, spokesmen for ABC, ipervised the was opened briefly over Unlike the Rayburn to remove the bich took nearly three years the two cameras inside nish, the air-conditioned also were taken out ee house was completed in put them to other use antic night three public hearings do begin, 30, ABC's Bob who thinks Siegenthaler, a senior may start in r in ABC News' special eaid last month's apartment, said the rush miffed TV's as made necessary because at time it appeared the were at a ;arings would start May ready to he There weren't any were kind of :tting the job done, save when word came we "The contractor who built to go. They were sort ee house observed the jilted om, sundown Friday to had a lot of pride in )wn Saturday without and they wanted he said. "It kind Television 7-KWWL-TV, Waterloo 8-WKBT, La 9-KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids 10-KROC-TV, 2-WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 1 2-K1IN-TV, Iowa KTVO, Ottumwa Des X-WHBF-TV, Rock Island 40-KDUB, 6-WOC-TV, Town and Country Virginia Cartoons :00 7-News, Weather, Spfs 9 __ Three on o Match Action News News, Weather, Sunrise Fragile Mind As the World Turns 3-FraoileMind News, Weather, Spts 6 O'clock Garner Ted the World Turns Three on a Match News, Sots., Weather News, Weather, Spts June Sunrise Semester 7. As the World Turns Three on o Match 13 Movie Eyewitness News American Today 2-CB5 Fragile Mind i nn I UU :30 Community Today g __ egg Days of Lives 2-Gufding LigW To Tell Guiding Light Bobby Goldsboro 4-Hee-How 6 Today 7. Oovs of Lives Guiding Light 10-Davs at Lives Bobby Goldsboro Police Surgeon Audubon Romper Doctors' Let's Moke o in My Life Celebrity Edge of Night New Zoo Girl in My Life Copt. Edge of Night Lewis Doclors HODDV Days 2 Copt. Kangaroo Coot. Edge of Night Doctors Happy Girl in My Lile Adam Morning Another World Film General Hosoitol Adam price Is Right Happy General Hospital Dinah's Price Is Right Mike Another World Mvslery Joker's P.-ice Is Right ABC Another World Joker's Another World "What Are Dinah's General Hospital Friends Joker's Howoii Dinah's ABC How To Survive a "What Are Best Friends One Life To Live 2-Mntch Gome Hawaii Lite To Live 6-Mystery Hawaii Gamb To Survive a Mystery 3 Mystery Gamb Match Game ABC To Survive a "What Are How To Survive a meeting jslate department's China affairs officer. Freeman said the presen constant improve- [trade imbalance, now runnin --------------------------j more than 11.5 to 1 in favor o the U.S., is expected to be re duced by the end of the decadt when an estimated billion exports to China will be parti offset by about billion in in ports. By comparison with the U.S. Post Says Agnew HWill Pay Jourr Sholt American Lifestyle 8-Sholt 7-Police Slorv Billy Graham Billy Graham Billy Graham Police Story Police Story Budgeting 13-Police Story Marcus Welby l-Coniumer Com 7-News, Weather. Sols. Eyewitness News 2-Aclion News 3-Newsbeol News, Weather, Sols 10 O'clock Edition News, Sols.. Wealher News, Weather, Sots Day ol Night Newsline Wide World ol "Red Line 7000" 3-Wlde World ol Entertainment Wild Wild West Tonioht I-CBS Moyle- "Red Line 7000" 10-Tonlohl Explorations In Show Tonioht Wide World ol Entertainment Cenlury Theoler 4-Ruwhlde Tomorrow Last Word Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow Odds 9-AIIMv Children You See it Gourmet You See It ol Odds You See It ID-Wizard otOdds 13-WHard of Odds lor Women Only Squares Bunch ol Life Bunch Lite Squares ol Life 10-Hollvwood Souores Squares 2-Youngond Restless and Reslless and Restless 7-Celebritv Sweepstakes 9-Splil Second 3-Tomorrow 3-Splll Second 6-Celebritv SweeDstohes Sweepstakes 13-Celebntv Sweeoslakes Second Wednesday Afternoon :00 r-uews Eyewitness 3_News -Dick Van Dvke 6-Noon Edillon 0-News, Weather, Sots. -Hews I-AII Mv Children WASHINGTON (AP) Th Washington Post reported Tues day that Spiro Agnew ha agreed to pay the governmen in settlement for in improvements made to hi Kenwood, Md., home while h was vice-president. The newspaper said and General Services Adminis trator Arthur Sampson signec an agreement April 12 unde which the former vice-presiden pledged to pay 5700 for air-con ditioning and for carpeting in the home. A GSA analysis earlier showed :he government .had spent 569 on the suburban home be- :ore Agnevv resigned last Oc :ober and pled no contest to income tax evasion. Agnew bought the suburban home early last year for He recently sold it for reported The Post said that under the igreement, the government was o remove some items from the home with an estimated "re- overable value" of about 00. The biggest government ex- >enditure was for a iricfc and redwood fence, which vill not be removed. Family of Man' Award To Liberian President NEW YORK 'resident William Tolbert has )een selected for the 1974 Family of Man" award by New "ork City's churches and busi- ess leaders. The selection of Tolbert, a escendant of former American aves, represents a change in le tradition of honoring only p American figures. Tolbert was described as the ader of Africa's most progres- ve republic and a promoter tribal and cultural unity hrough his program of inte- rating tribal groups into the ational economy and political 'stem. The churches of the ty's Council of Churches and bout business and pro- sional leaders announced Mon- China figures, U.S trade 1972 totaled billion wit Canada, billion with Japan ?7 billion with West German and billion with Great Brii ain. Santarelli's Resignation Is Acceptec WASHINGTON (AP) Don ild Santarelli has resigned as head of the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration anc he resignation has been accept- ed by the White1 House, a jus- ice department source report- ed Tuesday. source said the resigna- ion was voluntary and was not equested by the White House despite Santarelli's recent criti- cism of President Nixon be- ause of the Watergate scandal. The LEAA passes out nearly 900 million a year in brime- ighting money to state and lo- al governments. The sequence began last week 'hen Santarelli told a reporter hat the Watergate scandal has nade the government "a nas- er place to be these flays. He said then that he wanted o leave government service oon, but meantime he would very assiduously avoid" men- oning Nixon's name in public, n public. When the report was pub- shed, Santarelli complained of misunderstanding in the round rules of the interview nd claimed he had not meant is remarks for publication. Three days later, he com- lained of the "unfortunate no- iriety" the news account stim- lated and launched into tepid raise for the President's sup- ort of LEAA. Coincidcntally or ot, he skirted the parts of his ritten text referring to Nixon y name. Sunday, Santarelli's public riticism of Nixon heightened hen the Philadelphia In- uirier's "Today" magazine ublished an account of a recent 7-Somcrsel Pyramid Pyramid Pyromit :30 My Line? 9-GilliaarTs Island 2-Dr. Max 3-All My Children uuiioiiuu an anuuill Ul a JCUclll ay that Tolbert had been [interview in which he urged the chosen to receive the award, i President to resign. for Women Only 13-FIODDV Be Announced Special 3-AMerschool Special 6-Stor Trefc 11-Mcrv Griffin Heroes Griffin 12-Sesame Street News Conscauencrs 10-Munsters News 7-NBC News 7-Evcwilness Mews 2-CBS News 3-ABCNews ft-NBC News 8-CB5 News 10-NBC News Company 13-NBC News 40-Newsllne Read Entertainment Pages Daily Via The Gazette have asked several members of the committee to disqualify themselves." Father McLaugh- lin said at a news conference here Monday. He said they re- fused. Father McLaughlin, 47, has returned to his duties as pres dential adviser after mectin; with his superior. He said the fact he was a] lowed to return to his Whit House duties "shows that a U S. citizen can be active in thi political process and still honoi his religious commitments." the courthouse in I'ros.ser, difficult to visualize the priestly ficials here said they did morning and then was: ministry of the gospel of Christ snow ivhv the judge was back to Pa-wo by'Mrs., with the kind of work he's target. the judge He had served on the bench for 17 years. Police Car Maxine Hancock, a court re-'doing." porter. Prosser Postmaster F r a n k Suhadolnik said package; 2 Federal Sifes Named for LBJ Says President Suspected Jews Of News Leaks LOS ANGELES (UPI) In one "characterization deleted from White House tapes, Pres ident Nixon suspected Jewish officials, including Henry Kis singer, of leaking information to Jewish newsmen, the Los Ange les Times reported Tuesday. The Times said it had learnet that one of the President's re- marks that has been deleted from the transcripts of a con- versation between Nixon anc White House counsel John Dean on Feb. was: "Some of our Jewish friends in the media have an around here. Kissinger leaks, Simon leaks, and Stein leaks." Secretary of State Kissinger and administration official Her- bert Stein are Jewish. The President apparently did lot realize that Treasury Secre- 'ary Simon is a Roman Catho- Seven Cleared of Plotting To Kill Alabama Sheriff COLUMBIANA, Ala. (UPI) even persons accused of plot- Police would not say whether j was wrapped in an old paper they suspected any. connection j hag and measured about three between the blast and the bomb-1 inches wide, three inches thick j WASHINGTON (AP) Pre- ing of a police car -and a de-jand six inches long. ,K1S liberately set fire in mid-April j sinmgc Fei-lin" I lion iiamin" two federal facili- m the Prosser area 35 miles! for lne latc president Lyn- frmn i1prp Mrs. Hai.cock, lie court re-. J 'nortor slid sh-'lnrt -i Under the mea- But Acting Mayor Donald lie rick lho Arrowootl Civilian ton said, "It was probably just Corps Center near I Franklin, N.C., is being desig- nated the Lyndon B. Johnson Center and Timbers National in Wise and Mon- a fluke Impeachment of Nixon Demanded By UAW Confab LOS ANGELES (AP) -The nation's largest industrial union, the United Auto Workers, has sent a resounding message to congress: Impeach President Nixon. Delegates to convention of the 1.4 million member union cast'their nearl unanimous impeachment vot Monday after strong words b ;he head of the American Ba Assn. and UAW President Leon ard Woodcock. Only a few hands among delegates were raised in opposi .ion, although no actual tally was taken. ABA President Chesterfield imith, in a key address imme diately before introduction o he resolution, declared at one point, "The President is noi God." He told i She had just returned to herjnated tno L-vndon when she heard the blast. [Conservation _Corps "I was sure it must have had "le Cross something to do with the pack- Grasslands she said. ing to kill iheriff C. P. Shelby "Red" County Walker 'ere cleared Monday one ay before Walker faced one o: he seven in a runoff election or sheriff. Kenneth Ingram of Ashland, a ircuit court judge sitting by assignment in Shelby court, dismissed the pecial ounty harges after a prosecutor said here was no evidence indicat- ng a plot. "It would be a dastardly thing or the prosecutor to go forward vhen he believes the people are nnocent and that no crime has een said Ray cton, an assistant state attor- ey general. District Attorney Harold Wai- en said the charges, filed by were "conceived, born nd executed in politics." Walker, who arrested the even one week before the Dem- cratic primary runoff for leriff, said he believed the harges were true and will try get a grand jury to consider 10 case. delegates that "the dirty tricks, the illegal contribu ions, the burglaries, the influ ence peddling and the payoffs lave been now well-documented in governmental tribunals "If you are not now repulsed ihagrined and disgusted with vhat happened you are toleran ndeed tolerant to a poin eyond my own comprehension nd in my own judgment, toler- ant to a point destructive to both democracy and represent- ative government." Smith said in his most critical speech to date on Nixon that "the President, like all other people, must answer to the law He can't decide what laws are for him and what laws are for other people He can'l decide that he doesn't like to pay taxes and not pay taxes." President Signs Peace Corps Bill WASHINGTON (AP) _ Pres- ident Nixon has signed legisla- tion authorizing million for the Peace Corps for fiscal 1975, ihe White House said Monday. This is the amount requested in lis budget. age, why I felt thai for his office." She said that when she ar- rived, "there was dust and pieces of construction material in the hallway, the door had been opened. Oh, my goodness, it's so awful. That 's about all I can think. It was in the car with me with files and a box of paper." A spokesman for the treas- ury department's Alcohol, To- bacco and Firearms Bureau said his office would have no immediate comment. The agen- cy investigates the illegal use of explosives. Police said they were placing the district's two other 'judges under protection. Lawless, who Siad served as judge in this southeastern Washington community of 900, is survived by his widow, Beth, and five children. I (Icn't counties, Texas, is being but I took off renamed the Lyndon B. Johnson National Grasslands. It Pays To Advertise Asks More Funds for Public Works, AECj WASHINGTON (AP) The' louse appropriations committee las recommended a stepped-up appropriation of 'S4.475 billion "or water and power public works and lha Atomic Energy ommission. The total is million above Nixon's budget re- quest and more than mil- ion. over last year's total. yes, you can say "charge it" when you have us fill your prescriptions It's hard to budget for illness, so we're happy to provide you with a con- venient charge account. Serving you is paramount with us. pharmacies 7 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 100% SOLID STAT of picture power. One-button tuning. Power Sentry system. 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