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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Chance of r'niii lu- nlglil a 11 (I. Thursday. J.uws tonight, lower Tills. Highs Thursday, lower IJDs. VOhUMF, ili NUMBKK 2IJ7 CITY FINAL KAI'IDS, IOWA. WKUNKSDAY, OCTOBF.K 15 CENTS ASSOCIATiOD PKKSS. Ul'l, NKwYoHK TlMl Demos' Economic Plan Asks Businesses To Sacrifice, Too Gazette Leased Wires JCBS and ABC refused to carry! more real lo millions of Ameri- WASIIINUTON Senator lid-: the response. The networks con- can families; that it will put this mund Muskie has proposed rc-j'cnd thai Ford's speech was not country through the wringer un- quiring business lo pay a share (controversial enough lo invoke! necessarily, and thai the final of the cost of fighting inflation'television's fairness doctrine. result will be a weaker nation and recession as a major part I "Part of Problem" not on infla- nf a Demoeratic alternative to' lion." President Ford's proposals i President's speech does! Thc called Jnot reflect the seriousness of liberal Reserve Hoard .Sharply critical of Kord's sug- gested economic remedies, the Maine Democrat said Tuesday night. "If the President wants Americans to cat less, drive lessj and demand less, he should bej prepared lo ask some of them to charge less." T li e depressing about Ihe President's economic message." .Muskie said, arc thai "if strikes hardest against the average American family. H ex- empts those who already have most, it does iilllc for those who have least." Muskie spoke on in a speech billed as Ihe Democratic response to Kord's address a week earlier in Kansas City. A spokesman said senate our economic Muskie complained. Sfooks Retreat i on the New York Stock Ex- J change: Wednesday fell broad- reahtics; ]y ]n lo economic news. The Dow- Jones Average of 3D indus- trials al 2 p.m. was down 18.54 poinls to (i'M.32 in mod- erate trading. lie auueu: "Mv concern is that it for lo pump more money into the economy in order lo make credit more easily available for housing and small business. And he demand- ed firm presidential pressure on NEW YOKK I AP) Slocks i business and labor leaders lo depress wage and price in- i creases. Voluntary Guidelines "I would like lo see the Pres- ident mcel regularly with busi- ness and labor leaders in all major sectors of the economy lo work out guidelines for action and agreements for 1 Muskie said. "A temporary cut in payroll entirely at slowing inflation, which is part of the problem. (Social Security) taxes to help fallen pay envelopes should be Democrats are irked becausejrecession, which is more but denies the threat of a deep j a central part of a trade-off to WASHINGTON lAP) Pres- ident Ford, stepping up his per- sonal campaign for Republican candidates, is arguing that a big. Democratic e 1 e c linn victory! could threaten lhc peace of world. "1 was both saddened and troubled at hearing President Ford's shocking implication thai and; help moderate wage demands. "But let us be clear that if 'vigorous, voluntary wage- and price-control efforts fail, man- datory action must be taken." Thc thrust of Muskie's spcecli was much the same as one last week in which Senate Demo- cratic Leader Mike Mansfield A pre-dawn dynamite explosion Tuesday left this Midway elementary school classroom in shambles. The school is located in Kanawha county, W. Va., where some residents have staged a protest against textbooks that they consider immoral and unpatriotic. Authorities said the blast connected with the protest. Midway Principal Emmett Shaffer surveys t he damage. recommended a stronger gov- ernmental role against inflation lure Tue in Okla the While Mouse and said: "I call on Republicans in Ohio and Ihe resl of Ihe country to (urn out lo vote on Nov. 5 like and recession. Mansfield's rc- thc election of Democrats were in response lo adverse effect on message spelling on! his i i economic proposals, whose cen- peacc. This kind of rhetoric isi, 1 i erp.ecn was a 5-percent siirfnx (Al'l [five days on Ihe wilnoss slnnd-sel acknowledged thai counsel (under prosecution questioning, jlic placed a check wrillciij After painting Ibis dire pic- reminiscent of the Nixon-Agncwi middle- and upnor-incomc'John Dean testified at Ihc Wa-l I) i i Of 1370. when they ap-i Americans and on co rporalions. ,v, cash in his office .safe with Honeymoon trip ,hcn.l an testified in detail before not an adequate balance Nj Ihe American public and were; soundly rejected. In Kan.. Muskie said he is disappointed lergale cover-up trial Wednes- day that in Wi and Watergate commit checkin0 made personal use of about his personal use of amount. speech in Kansas Cily'.jthal "President Nixon's men from a se- Sen. Muskie vision arc still in Ihejcrel While House fund. scoffed at Kord's warning. you never have before. i( to siip Of found Ihe doomsayers. Fool jn ,hc pessimistic pollsters While House reporters alerted just before Ford spoke in Oklahoma City to expect an important foreign policy state- ment. Congressional Votes F o rd announced no White House the ones who en-' Thc admission was drawn out ginecred Ihc policies of high cross-examination by defense (crest, high prices and high jonn in an appar- jcampaign" and it indicates .employment, Ihe ones who to discredit Dean's Ihe .Republicans are" penile." Muskie said. Thc President tried lo raise red warning flags against the eleclion of "additional cxtrem- "des-itinuc to make lhc economic in the eyes of Ihc icy President Ford pursues." 'jurv. however, that hclpri personal funds, When Republicans took over the White House in 1969. Muskie In two days of cross-cxamina-l lion, Wilson has yet to attack! from Ihe While House fund. Hsj Dean said, significance in Ihe trial is how iljhad other affects the jury's opinion of his eluding a slock brokeragi charader and honcKly. count totalling at U n d c r cross-examination Wednesday. Dean testified that in cash was delivered lo his office by then While House aide Cordon Strachan. told the jury 'Ihcrc MOSCOW (AP) .Secretary :of Slate Kissinger arrived in :Moscow Wednesday for another attempt to move Ihe Soviet and U. S. governments toward an agreement lo curtail the nuclear arms races. But Western ob- servers doubl any dramatic jrcaklhrough is likely. Kissinger is believed to have sent Ihe Kremlin new proposals to get the strategic arms limita- tion talks (SALT) moving again, including a schedule of suggest- ed limits on the production of offensive missiles. r'ommltnk-l norfi: Miinf J..1..K....S. -j C...C. Leonid Brezhnev lias given no indication what his response might be. But the prospect, in Ihe view of Wcslorn observers, is for more difficult bargaining lin the second round of SALT llalks, which opened in Geneva last month and llicn recessed to await Ihe outcome of Kis- third visit to Moscow ilhis year. Ford Meeting Also on Kissinger's agenda (are Ihe future cf Arab-Israeli peace negotiations and the pos- sibility a get-acquainted meet- ing between Brezhnev and Prcs- 'iiJcnl Ford during Ford's visit Ihe Far East next month. Knroutc to Moscow, Kissinger istoppcd off in Copenhagen for talks with Danirli unaware a strike was still in wiln lnc U. S. ambassadors to ogress when he held a news Denmark, Finland, Norway and in-! conference at Ihe Hooscvcll'Swcdcn. c- hold Wednesday morning, he ln lhe first round of SALT ne- Stanley: jAssumed Q Stale Rep. David Stanley was one point, which he was prepared lo use lo account for Ihe told The Gazelle shortly before noon Wednesday. Stanley is liie Republican can- Dean said that in April [j s informed his lawyer about and Ihe more than remaining in Ihe cash "I assumed when our staff .set news conference up (for golialions in 1972, Ihc U. S. and tile Soviet Union agreed on a permanent limitation of defen- sive missile systems, known as ABMs. But limits on offensive nuclear arms were only agreed said, inflation was 4 of were many bills. billsioriginally placed in his Congressional Voles Jay i, I2 Ford announced no newi. 8 lnlnc monlns in coveimg up tnt m2. Ihe eve of his honeymoon, i now held in a non-mlercst-bcar-' foreign policy move but. in rate'Vas' f cn" ?''''f' j'.lrt "f h' Ihe, Press .Sccrelary lion nf' j, is IP, percent. !Was spent on the trip and parHban Uockvillc Md. __ said was a reference to m K ,.Wc-vc privately that six While 1 louseJ0f which was used for miscolia- Nixm, Appearance. sional votes to soon cul off L. S. pirlscs recessions -md "card ''V 1nc neons expenditure over Ihc next Meanwhile, there was an in- l-'' aid lo Turkey. Hie President' devaluations." said jl i slop, l-'ord called for support of "We've had tieiil moncv byjtemjhinng; Wilson repeatedly questioned j resident Nixon, may leslily in; am concerned aboul the about lhc propriety of the Inal. His attorney, mc While !l'm' that Ihe islrike was over." Stanley said, j "I parked a block east of Ihe! Ihc pickets then. "The first picket I saw was i slop. Ford called for support of j "We've had tighl money concerned aboul recommended surtax and I runaway prices and uncmploy- brcach of this in lhc Iween a Republican President. (i mj nocratic congress... weeks from today, Opposing the 5-pcrccnt surtax, urge you to send a message to Mllskic- chairman of Ihe senate and a Democratic con "I am concerned thai if we! get a congress that is veto- proof, a congress that has the wrong philosophy both do- Ihe congress in Washington thai you. the American con- budget committee, said many Americans believe "they have mestically and Jilted! sacrificed Republi- Poss'hihty the ,he thc economic policies of mfla- Iwo vcars when our arc sick anci tired of ris-l1'011 control by recession: That and wanl tilolr standard of hv- il I el Ihe 'heir hopes and Ihcir onidreams arc being the floor with gasoline. adminislralion." according to authorities. lie said Ford's plea to balance Myers was dead on arrival al save .St. Luke's hospital after firemen pulled him from a lire thai using the funds without advi.sing'Miller, asked for transcripts o., anyone al Ihe While House. j White House lapc recordings j lenders International union sev-agree "For a period of six monthSjiised in Ihe trial so Nixon can cral weeks ago. [should von used money lhat didn't.prepare his testimony on through 1077. licucgotiate Pact The two governments have in principle lhat this pact should be renegotiated to extend ils life Ihrough Dur- ing his visit last March, Kis- wlicii I came out (if lhc hotel singer Iried lo achieve a "con- after tlic news conference." iceplual breakthrough" but Stanley said he did not and al their meeting last Herbert i'" cross Ihe picket Ijne set up bylsummor Brezhnev and former he Hotel Restaurant and Nixon could only hat a new agreement be "completed at Ihe pointed out that only a fcwlcarlicst possible dale." by defendants II. H llaklcmaninicnl to address the Cedar and John F.hrlichman. and Kiwanis club at the Roo- faces the challenges in the Mid- dle East, lhc challenges in Ihe Mediterranean, Ihe challenges in the Caribbean and in Latin America, the challenges in the Pacific as we try to work to broaden detente, as we try to continue the normalization of' relations wilii Ihe Peoples He- public of China, as we. in the White House, and liiose in the congress undcrsland bipar, lisanship and who-believe that; partisanship shnuld end at the water's cdiic if we gfl the wrong kind of congress, could be in jeopardy." Baser Instincts Walter R. Myers. 25. of 2737 0( avenue NW, was killed Ti.es-i day in an explosion and tire at a service station where he was the 3I-point program which requested two weeks ago to help! us whip inflation and conserve energy." family budgets and lo iContinued: Page .'I. Col. 7. i belong lo you. didn't you'.'" son asked. Dean: "Yes. sir." Check N'ot Covered cr told Judge John Sirica in a Thc former While House conn-'molion: "II may be anticipated lhat he will be questioned in dc- lail aboul events ami conversa- tions extending back al least years." Miller said the lapes will be part of Ihc court record by the lime Nixon leslilicd and that the Nixon has been ago he had a commit- Associated Press corre- spondent Barry Schweid report- ed from Washing! on Tuesday Nationwide Hunt For Two Men in Chicago Heist A natinn- ing l "olified club officials Kissinger will view Ihe Ko- not cross Ihc picket vict response lo his proposals for arms negotiations as a test club then moved ils meet- Of Brezhnev's interest in pro- the Montrose hotel, whose moling detente with Ihe new American administration. K'onliriied: Page X Col. 5.1 utz Expects Stable eef Prices This Year CIIICACO i.Al'i followed Ihe explosion. Fire of-1 wjdc alert has bcnn issued for request, "represents a rcason- (icials said Myers was using an I (mi men and a green van in'able, simple accommodation, electric buffer on Ihe bay area connection with the million, making it possible for Mr. llnor al Al's Skelly station. burglary of an armored Johnson avenue NW, when alcompanv. lhc Fill .repi spark appari'iilly ignilcd gasoline shortly before p.m.! Being .-oughl Today's Index Comics Crossword Daily Hrnird Dcnlhs 4 Kdilorial Fcalurcs Farm I'in.mii.d M.-iridi, 1 WASHINGTON il'PIl Agri- "fairly level meal prices oullure Secretary predict-'res! of Ihe year. There may 1 cd Wednesday that supcnnarkePsome decline in meal prices href prices will remain picks up. same until al least early; "We've having prelty heavy Kxicnsivc dan bul lhat. pork and of calllc righl !prices may increase. jam! fairly heavy slaughter ol Blitz also said lhat the na-jhogs right now. When we gc lion's calllcmcn "arc in real into (lie new year. trouble" because beef prices anticipate thai pork prices may :have declined so sharply since j go up some because of dc- Ihc first of Ihe year. [creased supply of pork, and "The price, of fed heel' has, poultry prices may go up sonic, dropped a hundredweight i "Beef prices I would antici- las! ID in would continue pretty countrv." Butz said. "There's blc" been .milling like liial showing' said that ca'.llemrn's up a! Ihc retail counter-' complaints lhat .iilini'li'd ih.i! "iiiaigjn.i.an- Ihrii) i uiiioiiiidrd arc wide, bul Ihcy'rc wide part- because imports make up onlv '1 Iv hecausc of increased cost of or :i percent of the nation's beef traiu-poilali'ia. increased labor consumplion costs, and olh''r restrictions m "If imports rise lo a point that tin1 dislribntion iirorc do really Hircatcn turllicr v.lio un our licrf UK liic M'-C "Tndav" s'now. .said-will In take a 1 i oiisnincri can look for it." he Nixon lo begin al onc Ill said, two believer! lo have eft the Chicago area in a ilillc 2110 Thc alcr! was issued after a lold was caused by Ihc lire. jconmany sccnr.lv guard failed Two other persons in the sla-ihc detector tcsl and was sus- ion al lhc lime of lhc blast. Jeffil'cuiicd. the Chicago Tribune n Hoffman. 15. of 22110 Johnson lhat they a a nru Suspects Atomic Pacf Cheating IH tin- lAP, The Russia aboul i.-.lruction and lo make no! violate lin1 mis limitation agree- additional liu ti'i'conlinenla bcMiiid Iho.c Ihi'i-t- built Soviet "They :-ay "HC arc on ccr-i tralion sourci liiuig.s S. already li. inns with !hi miiiiih.s, U. S. rccon-j 'Ihere is ii' reportedly agri'r.'iM tL'j'ajihic d'TgnH! issians arc Img Ihc 'Mil.., a.-. Th" I1 nrw H'l'.Al mill n t.S. is ill- ahonl df'U'lopilig i nnhih1 r.nlar thai sirni' [s ciuilil llsrll in will, Hie .Sinic'l uring ri.slruclion of ;my silos lor in- missiles c in place or lifinj; July I. y it is lor command one ndiniiiis- Iho U. ;-.otii'.: tiiscus- nil air Ir   

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