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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weather- l''air lunight smd Wed- nesday. l.uws tonight, Imv Ws. Minus Wfdiies- ilny, nilil 7lls. CITY FINAL 15 CENTS NUMBER CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER II; ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW Nixon Staff Costing U. S. WASHINGTON (AP) Sal- aries for Ilic 64 federal em- ployes, excluding secret service agents, assigned to former Pros- Nixon' California cstatc subcommittee a r e reported agreed on postponing President I1' o r d s historic appearance Thursday for a week if the Wa- tergate cover-up trial jury has not been sequestered by then. Chairman Hungale (D-Mo.) said Ihis subcommittee "will make a decision one way or the oilier Ihis afternoon and an- nounce it." He said Watergate special prosecutor Leon Ja- worski had expressed concern over prclrial publicity from the Ford appearance. Rep. Mayne (R-Iowa) said he was Ihe only member that strongly objected to Ihe post- ponement al a closed-door sub- committee meeting Monday. He said that although no vole was taken lo measure sentiment then, several oilier members ar- gued Ford's appearance should be postponed until the following Thursday if Ihe jury has not been picked and sequestered. Selection Slow In what research indicates may be a presidential first. Ford lias promised lo answer 14 questions before Ihe subcommil- Ice on his pardon for former President Nixon. Jury selection was slow and! prospects appeared poor that it could be completed and Ihe jurors .sequestered and thus shielded from newspapers and news, broadcasts before Ihe Thursday appearance. Emerging from Ihe closed- door questioning Monday, U. S. District Judge John Sirica said good progress was being made in selecting a panel from which the final 12 jurors and G alter- nates will be drawn. He said he hoped lo seat Ihe jury by Ihe end of the week. I would have assured government But Ihe prosecution suggested access lo Ihe lapes for up lo Senator Montoya (D-N. M.) lias revealed. Monloya. citing figures pro- vided to him by John March, counselor to President Ford, said Monday that secret service protection at !he San Clcmente home was costing a year. The yearly cost of secret serv- ice protection and other person- nel at Nixon's Key Biscayne, Fla., complex is more than Montoya said. Documents by Air The While House figures were provided in response to a re- quest from Montoya, chairman of the senate appropriations sub- coinmillce on treasury, postal service and general government. The subcommittee and full ap- propriations committee reduced Ihe original request for funds for the transition from the Nixon administration to the adminis- tration of President Ford from to The government also is spend- ing money on sending docu- ments, including material on foreign policy briefings, from Washington to San Clemente by jel, Montoya said. Tape Negotiations White House Press Secretary Ron Nessen said Monday nego- tiations were continuing with Nixon over the disposition of Nixon's papers and tape record- ings. He said lalks were resumed last week after special Water- gale prosecutor Leon Jaworski questioned the agreement an- nounced when Fcrd pardoned C J. Til burfax talk btirs !Worry in Congress WASHINGTON (UPI) The jidea of imposing heavier taxes on Ihe middle class aroused no tnlliusiasm Tuesday in a con- gross which is about lo go home ito seek re-election. I Congressmen said they would jhavc lo be convinced by Presi- dent Ford if as widely ex- peclcd he makes a 5-percent ill-tax Ihe keystone lo his pro- gram lo light inllation. To prepare public opinion for The agreement gave Nixon custody of Ihe material, but an casing of requirements lo speed the procedure even fur- ther, indicating indirectly that five years, when Nixon could destroy them at will. The senate voted overwhelm- there is difficulty in finding aniingly lasl week lo award porma- unbiased jury in Ihe much-i'icnl custody of the material lo publicized case. the government. In a memorandum, the gov- ernment suggested that individ- uals wilh "lightly held" or "ca- sual" opinions might be accept- able. Just Evidence The standard would be ap- fom. gh.ls nnd onc plica lo people who said !hcy-wcrc Tuesday and were UPI Tclcpltolo BOSTON VIOLENCE Jean-Louis Andre Yvon Is attacked as he tries to climb a railing to get away from a crowd that chased him after stopping his car. (Another photo on picture page.) Boston Mayor Asks for Federal Marshals; Slaying in Louisiana Quints Born In Baltimore By A.s.smihiled Press The mayor of Boston has asked for federal marshals to BALTIMORE Quin- I ContimicdTPagel, Col. 5. 1 I reported doing well. SeeAs Probe of Nixon Pardon Doctors said they ranged jfrom 2.6 lo 3.0 pounds. They i were delivered by Caesarean section by Dr. Arthur Haskins. The mother. Karen Rohrer, Police said the parents were concerned about racial troubles that led to the School's early help supervise school doscgrc-j closing Monday and liad come to drive him home. As Ihe family walked toward Ihe car, other whites were throwing rocks at a busload of gallon in the racially-troubled city, and in Louisiana a teen- ager was shot to death after a day of racial clashes at a school. Boston Mayor Kevin White, in a letter to U. S. district court, said "the general safety of the community cannot be assured" without the marshals. While urged parents to children home from schools in WASHINGTON Sug-jhati becn treated for infertility gesting that former "1C drug Ganadolropin, Nixon's pardon "may have bccnlwllic" Haskins said has becn as- obtained by collusion or in Ihe past with multi- the most troubled areas, an Ohio attorney Tuesday asked pic pregnancies. He said Ihe police could no ii federal court to name three The father is a baker. The1 longer control Ihe situation, new special prosecutors to in- couple has no other children. Shortly after his request, a vesligale Ihe incident. i i confrontation developed be- lle also asked the court loi WprltlAcrtav llwocn black mld wllile puplls find Walcrgatc prosecutor Leon v Y icsuay MBWbjEngjish Two pcr- Jaworski guilty of "exlraor- Session for Ford i sons were injured. dinary impropriety warranting! i his removal from office" for his: A S H I G T 0 N (UPI) plagued wilh violence since they failure lo indict Nixon in resident Ford will hold a lasl month and started blacks, police said. "I was standing back here and somebody stuck their hand oul the bus and shot thai boy in Ihe said Roland LaBranch, who was struck in the arm by the bullet that killed Timothy." The bus, ils passengers still aboard, was taken under police guard lo the sheriff's office. An automatic was found on a seat, and three black youths were taken into custody. The shooting followed a day of clashes at the school in which two while youths were knifed and a white girl was beaten. Of- ficials said tension built up after a series of fistfighls between blacks and whites at a Friday night football game. Schools in the area were or- dered closed for the rest of the week. help inflation's worst might be more acceptable. Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said he would] want a surlax limiled to who earn over a year. Kennedy Opposed Senate Democratic Whip Rob- ert Byrd of West Virginia.said, "To talk about a surcharge on that he was told at a White income taxes above is House meeting last week that no ullcr nonsense. And to lalk export of farm goods to Tlussia, WASIIINGTON (UPI) The president of one of the compa- nies that arranged Ihe scuttled .Soviet grain deal said Tuesday Ford's program of austerity about il ovcn at ;i level, j China or oil producing countries Ihe White House used think is because j would be allowed. and rarely employed terms "restraint, sacrifice." self-discipline and Ford, acting after a month of consullalions wilh every ele- ment of Ihe public at the sum- mit, was going before a joint session of congress with his pro- posed solutions lo Ihe problems of inflation, energy, housing, in- terest rates and unemployment. His speech was scheduled for Tuesday ufternuun. and While House Press Secretary Ron Nessen confirmed that it Jiad becn timed lo come after he people who are in the 000-a-ycar category arc the peo- )Ic who are suffering." Senator Kennedy (D-Massji ivas flally opposed. "An income .ax surcharge is no more salis- factory than an increase in the gasoline tax as a way of raising new federal revenues, and the surcharge ought lo be relegated to the discard heap he said. the New close. Ford Runs into Noisy Outburst in BURLINGTON, VI. (AP) landed tome distance from Boston schools have President Ford has opened a President, witnesses said. York slock markets Might Hurt Asked if a surtax proposal was likely lo hurt Republicans at Ihe polls four weeks from to- day, Rep. Anderson (R-lll.) re- plied: "Frankly, yes. I don't be- lieve you ever recommend a tax- increase without having to be concerned At a Republican fund-raising dinner in Burlington, VI., Mon- day night, Ford made a "com- mitment to halt (he rise in prices and lhc problems il forces onto each one of us." White House aides said it 'was realistic lo shoot at bringing (he inflation hovering between 14 and 16 percent- down lo 5 percent by 107G. Proposals To deal wilh a deep-set in- flation and a simultaneous economic downturn and the threat of fuel shortages which could make both worse Ford was expected lo propose: A 5-pcrcent surtax on income taxes paid by persons wilh family income of and above and individuals wilh in- comes over A 5-percent surtax on corpor- ate income lax payments. Tax relief for low income groups, possibly through an in- crease in Hie personal tax ex- emption at these levels, which is now An increase in the invest- ment tax credit from 7 to 10 percenl for most businesses and lo 10 percent for utilities. An expanded public service employment program if unem- ployment surpasses G percent. It now is 5.8 percenl of lhc la- bor force. A housing subsidy program of billion to billion to lower Ihe cost of home mortgage in- terest rales for many families. Energy conservation meas- ures, including lighting stan- dards. Ruled out for the lime being: were an increase in Ihe gaso-, to Iran, Rep. MeFall, assistant houcc'country. Edward Cook, president of Cook Industries, said he and other grain officials "were told in cffccl thai export controls arc in although sales to reg- ular customers like Japan would be allowed. Subsequently, Cook said, his company withdrew an offer for the sale of Ions of wheat and pounds of soybean oil an oil-producing Democratic leader, spoke out Monday night, calling for a pro- gram of balanced tax reform, allocating credit to priority needs such as housing, food, fertilizer, utiiilies and small lusiness, public service employ- ment, antitrust enforcement, reserves, and voluntary energy conservation. "Americans will respond wholeheartedly lo any recovery program that marks out a covery clear and path toward re- incorporates Ihe elements of fairness and shared McFall said. However, Agriculture Secre- tary Bute denied there was any such ban. Butz said there was a' lempo- suspension of all grain ex- ports last weekend because of the confused situation arising from the aborted sale lo the So- viet Union. But no attempt was made to single oul any individual nation, said. Political Pressure Cook testified Tuesday before Ihe scnalc permanent investiga- tions subcommittee that Pres- ident Ford (old him the sale of grain and corn lo Ihe .Soviet j Union would have lo be can- celed because ot anticipated po- 1 i t i c a 1 pressure from both congress and the American pub- lic. Jackson gave Ford, Bulz and Simon credit for stopping the sales but said, "Things should never have progressed that far. Contracts should never have been signed." Jackson said the stale de- partment should have met with the Russians weeks ago (o let them know that the 1974 U. S. grain crop, especially corn, was limited and there would have lo be restraints on how i-iueli could he exported. Cook met with Ford at the from White House Saturday to dis- cuss the contracts for sale of 3.4 million Ions of corn and wheal ncction with Ihe scandal at p.m. CDTJbusing pupils in compliance with c month-long drive lo ward off erosion of Republican .strength before or afler Nixon resigned I Wednesday. II will be open the presidency. radio and television coverage. The class action suil on behalf of "all those citizens of the Unit- ed Slates who oppose Ihe granl-l ing of an unconditional to former President Richard lojaii order by U. S. District Judge! in congress by warning that two w. The demonstrators firecrackers as Ford off thcj Court Voids Natural Gas Price Boost WASHINGTON (AP) _ The U. S. court of appeals lias set aside a precedent-setting 73 per- cent price increase for new nat- ural gas that was approved by the Federal Power Commission. A three-judge panel instructed the federal agency Monday lo redelerminc Ihe reasonableness of Ihe wellhead price il has approved 45 cents per cubic feet for three producers who had been under an area j'u ceiling of 26 cents. The decision stemmed an appeal by Consumers Union, which challenged a procedure ____________ ____ called optional pricing allowing Moscow thai his and another producers and pipelines lo ncgo-jfirm the Continental Grain tiatc prices subject lo FPC ap- proval, regardless of production cosls. The court did not dispute optional pricing but questioned conditions for ils application. Chief Judge David Bazelon said there were "serious weak- nesses" in the agency's jus- tification for Ihe ID-cent in- crease May 30 for Bclco Petro- leum, Texaco and Tcnncco Oil. He also faulted (he agency for hilo account non-cost fac- tors to stimulate new drilling, Co. had set up. He said he was told by Ford thai the sales could not go through, although the firms had done nothing wrong. Cook said he received a tele- phone call from Bulz 'on Sept. 25. Cook said lie told Butz he ex- pected Ihe Russians to attempt to purchase 2 million tons 80 million bushels of corn, and that his company would attempt to sell half of thai total. "Let Him Know" oil and oilier fuels. line tax and gasoline ralioning. campus. Inside, SIX Terrorists Get Safe-CondUCt Offer DOMIM.O ,AP been 'unsid :r iL I can ncjuaKe i the SAX W. Arthur'Carrily. j.sirong parties are essential as coined V "an" es lima ted' lhc Wps: Police chased about GOO "twin pillars of e r m o n I Republicans sometime after Ihe No- from Uirougl osiers through the streets ofjcy." jturned out for Ihe vember elections if the energy he was warmly wcl-j field said either higher gasoline such as higher prices for unrc-j and for i Butz merely replied, accord- jing lo Cook, that if Cook Indus- jtries sold more than 1 million lions of corn lo the Russians, "lo 'lot him know Cook said. When the deal became known lo admini.slration officials ant! IUPI) An'the While House, Ford hastily Cool; and Cimlincn- lal officers lo a meeting. After that mcetinu, Cook said, Ford told him "that this a i South Boston Monday afler a camc Vermont Mon- fund-raising conservation measuros escaped jgroup of whiles heal a black nignMo snMe Km iproved inadequate. damage, but on whose car was caught up (leurge and plug for the .-oyi.iis Lomun estimated the properly Nixon" was filed in I' S. ''resident an anti-busing demonstration, election of Ihe stale Republican' '''nl'd signaled his concern' Too Lillli'Time nln millions of iricl court' 'in Washington by II.' has offered safe con- Jean-Louis Andre Yvon, 33, iaboul expected Republican' Members of the house ways 'dollars. lohn of Columbus Ohio nul tllc country In six i who from Haiti sev-l he arrived on Ihe in Ihe November dec- iuid means committee said they. Four people reported in- 0 the wiike of doubled congress could adopt so1 jurod on Antigua. Thero wore. Beside" Jaworski. HIP holding ,'i'U. S. diplo-'on years ago. said he was Vermont campus, [Conlinued: Pago 3, Col. li. i Today's Index suil 'also named Attorney Hutchison, and j ing al Saxbe as a defendant. hostages m the Vone-.wor any olhor special; i> investigate ing thai he had failed to dir .Jaworski or prosecutors I idonl Ford's deeessor. Chuckle You're beginning lo show your iigc if von can remem- ber when a was a place lo pick up his wife Irom rk when Ihe crowd slopped his car. nicked il back and ,-ls President donionstraiors he has encoun-'leml indicate that govern- ar posi-' lie said he was dragged from lion Ihe car and boalcn. Riilagiicr ruled nut ivleasr of. Police re.seueil him anil ar- any of 37 political prisoners list- rested .seven men. Yvon was found Ihe largest, noisiest the national polls comprehensive a program injnn u Ihe Ihe .'10 days left idler il i !number of parly voters, both'frnm electioneering. Th 'Republican and Democrat, is Some members said they in li: shrinking rapidly, tragically doubled the public could lie era! Hundreds of college-age pro-j Unfortunately, we in Ihe Repnb- brought In support higher taxes IcsliTs, MIIIIO shouting "Jail j lican parly arc not doing as well id a lime when almost every- Hoffffiail OJES" Surge Toward Car by the liMTiirisI loader wheiHrealed for head and chest laccr- cards reading "Pardon lhc in- and others raising pla- the episode began Sept. 27. 'allllllS. In Dcslrrhan, La.. Inocent." surged through police as our Democratic friends.' Ford declared "Ihe salvation loo. of our system is bound up in I Slaluo Bombed LA PAX, Bolivia (AP) A 'lining center 20 miles nnrlh ol Ihe campus gymnasium, jholill) doslroyod a sliilue of JohliiXew Or :lines and toward his limousinejllic two-party system." const il re- as il arrived ill the back door ofi When that system finis, insla- gnvi Plan Head Brnwn (R-Ohini sml his N'FW YORK 
                            

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