Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 30, 1974, Page 10

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa I PA The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., October 30, 1974 U. S. Claims ITT Violated Pact On Avis Stock WASHINGTON (AP) - The 1 justice department has accused . ii , — a. International Telephone and Tel-ident Ford voted in congress for dorsement $16 9 billion of BOSTON (AP) — Senator IA- la twwnonth »vcsUgata> near- The . obe cal tai«k, ^jiegrapl. Corp. of failing to live most of tho measures that in-i«2 billion they represented ward Kennedy s cousin, Joseph Iv IOO discrepancies in the testi- eount the most palpable threat llfl tn ifc nWi(Tali(me llfVw ^ h17i    ,    ..    .      .    ..    . Say Kennedy Kin Almost Took Chappaquiddick Responsibility Demos Claim Ford Voted Excess Appropriations While in Congress WASHINGTON IAP) — Pres-|ed with his vote or public en-|can administration has sought the funding totaling $1,044 trillion from fiscal year 1972 through Gargan, almost accepted sponsibility for the Chappaquid- persons involved in the incident dick auto accident which killed! Among these were: Mary Jo Kopechne in 1969. the Miss Kopeehne wanted Boston Globe quotes a “highly jioave a party she was attending knowledgeable source” as say- with Kennedy because she was tog.    ill, Kennedy's chauffeur said. In a copyrighted story Tues- The senator told the Globe he suit. The spending above the decree reqired ITT to cralic Study Group staff says. -I -    ,    v J -    j    up    to    its    obligations    under    a 197! re-imony and statements of several:lo Kennedy s account but .'aid, , d    n|i    wntr0.!a it was inconclusive because «f|vmial R,)vemmcnl anti-trust am0Unls sought by lbo nepubl1' minor inconsistencies, centering ^    can administration, the Demo- to on the sheriff s changing description of how much of the license number he could re member. Tho Globe quotes Rosemary state-! Redmond, who was at the party, las saying, “There’s one person (V dispose of its controlling interest Ford s claim that Democrats or ownership of Avis Inc., Levitt in congress are responsible for {and Sons Inc. and the Hamilton increases in federal spending Life Insurance Co. The government said ITT dis- r?‘d *n a r°port monday day, the Globe reported what ii did not remember that termed contradictions between merit.    «...—0............ Kennedy's testimony and public: Kennedy said he established who what happened from l’?sed ('f Hamilton but still owns statements about the accident M"*e0>     "......    lull    rf    i«rf. .od so    rf “does not hold water,” the staff The Democrat - dominated The report said that the 82 measures providing funds above what then-President Nixon asked for were supported by 93 percent of the Democrats and 90 percent of the Republicans. Only five GOF house members voted against all of them in the four-year period covered by the study, the report said. Therefore, it said, Ford’s as- British Plan To Nationalize Ship, Plane Industries LONDON (AF) - Queen Elizabeth IT announced Tuesday that the Labor government the current budget. Spending ptons ,0 nationalize Britain s after congress has acted has to- shipbuilding and aircraft indus-taled $1.05 trillion, it said.    tries and exlend government “President Nixon’s spending ownership in other sectors of inrequests ran up a deficit ... of over $50 billion, of which only 12 percent can be attributed to congressional action,” the study Throne opening the 48th parlia dustry. The queen’s Speech from the said. The other 88 percent of manet also announced a scries the of measures to strengthen and deficit the DSG staff blamed on overhaul the rusting welfare . ,    .the    time of an event the night    of and tho statements of other per- the (Tash with a clock jn sons involved. The newspaper said its un- a car which the Globe said never had a clock in it. The Globe said it identified source said a plan to jiad    j}10 aido on chappa- have Gargan take the response iddj(.k Kpnnodv toId the bliny was abandoned shortly bc-m r he was mislakcn ore Kennedy reported the inis-about ,he clock and may haVf the stock in Avis In a petition filed with U S. distract Conn., the justice department proposed that Kenneth E. hap to the police. report th^f^od aFhiVwatch senator has said came almost IO hours after the accident. Why Abandoned The Globe quoted its source istaken '(J aly Spec UI at I OH Sra",z- iin assistantprofessor at it havi> •    '    Boston    colleges    School    of    Man- Kennedy says one of tile worst agement and Finance, be ap- lf Miss Kopeehne was not the ref1,s of <h® incid™t has 1>1'™ {"'"ted to-supervise the divest!- ugly' speculation about conduct ture of Avis stock owned by spending less than 0.6 percent his own record as a congressman and that of the ovcrvvhelm-Republicans.” the claim in campaigning for Republicans. icies which have driven the The speech, written by the beginning of this incident to a!1 of ljCvin and 52 Percent of congress has increased federal sertion “is ridiculous in light of R^liean economic pol-'system. B f* Hilo     a    tkim    ac    which    hnvn    driven    the    Tho the end and that’s Edward Kennedy.” Kennedy Cites economy into two recessions, members of Prime Minister causing enormous fall-offs in Wilson’s government, said a Na- above what the Republican ad- court in Hartford J ministration has asked for in its jog majority of last four budgets, a corrected ford has made copy of the report said Tuesday _____ The original version had said White" House spokesmen had increased spending overshot participation in private industry tax revenues. tional Enterprise Board will be Although the 82 measures that set up to extend government the increase amounted to less n0 immediate comment on the Nixon’s budgets by $22 billion, and to nationalize the ailing than O I percent of the requests report. heaviest drinker at the party, as Kennedy told the Globe', then the alcohol level in her blood but, the‘staff said, miscalculation the report said, other appropri- shipbuilding and aircraft indus trial was a The DSG is an organization of aborts and authorizations bills tries. as saying its conclusion was would indicate that other people based on more than speculation!af ibe party drank more than and testimonial inconsistencies Ibey said they did. — and that Kennedy abandoned between peehne. him and Miss Ko- ITT. The department said the 1972 Vote Support And President Ford, when he 170 mostly liberal representatives. Sought Funding Democratic cut tos requests by about $15.8 The queen gave no timetable billion, for a net “congressional for the nationalization program, intact” of $6.2 billion above the Wilson’s government could hold "I*et me say there has been a great deal of ugly Cations bills for the fiscal Sheriff Christopher Look said    - ,. i ,    ,    ... ., ji. ..    ,    ,    ,,    iabout the conduct of Mary Jo the plan because he “decided he saw Kennedy s car near the , mw„.f • h ■ ,,ntrmM,uv ,       r......... the alibi cither couldn’t work or crash site about 90 minutes ‘........J    tbe    common    stock    in    Avis    and He comjnentedI hii ii copyright- consent decree provided for the was house GOP leader, support-' Excluding the five arpropri-ed mterivew in the (Jobe.    appointment of a trustee if ITT1__________________ | failed to dispose of the Avis speculation holdings by Sept, 24. 1974. ITT still holds 52 percent of requests. I n the on for a five-year term unless period the two-vote majority in the from house of commons which it won he couldn’t live with it. after the time the senator said The Globe said it found during the accident occurred. anri completely un-thc defamation or government said Washington’s 'Social List' Deletes Nixon inaccurate true ann . j attempted defamation of her character is one of the aspects regret most deeply,” said. “is in default of its obligations,” anti-trust lawyers 2 Tobacco Firms Reveal Cigaret Price Increases four-year year congress cut $11.3 billion that began July I that have not foreign aid and military budgets on Od. IO is not sufficient to yet been passed into law, the and shifted them to domestic prevent its defeat on a major study showed that the Republi- grograms, the study said.    issue. Kennc<iy calls NEW VORK (AP) - Whole-The new government proposal stoe price hikes of 70 cents per for ITT to turn over its L000 cigarets announced by two “There has been a good deal    thet    irostce who major tobacco firms could have of ugly speculation of other ^JCrS u. Change ‘for" ITT S0m° smokers Pa-vin8 tvv(> cents 0f.n:L1    ;stock    The    trance?    would    le,^    Per    pack. WASHINGTON (AP) — The of Rockefeller, identified as Green Book is out and so is “The vice-president of the Unit- Richard Nixon. As he was succeeded by Gerald Ford in the White House, Nixon has been succeeded by Ford in the Green Book. The former President was dropped from the 1975 edition of “The Social List of Washington. D.C.“, a green cloth-covered j book considered by some to con tain the last word on who is socially acceptable in the na rd States and president of the I senate (designate),” leads off the congressional section of the Mrs. Shaw hadn't Rockefeller to make it at all. We are talking really about a great deal of irrational behavior. winch I take responsibility for.” “My Anguish” Asked about his behavior that night by friends, Kennedy said expected he told them about “my own anguish and anxiety of that eve- Avis under the control 'dependent shareholders than ITT. of in- rather; She said the anonymous board tong, the thoughts that went of governors, which makes the through my mind, my sense and Four Justices Disqualify Selves On Nixon Case decisions on whom to include, feeling that somehow if WASHINGTON (UPI) - In had highly unusual move, four su- garets, or ten cents’ per carton. On Monday the Lorillard Division of Loew’s Corp. said its increase will be implemented Nov. 4, and the Philip Morris, U.S.A. firm said its price boost will begin Oct. 31. Last Friday a third major tobacco manufacturer,' R. J.I Reynolds Industries, Inc., said if would raise its wholesale prices 50 cents per 1,000 ci- squabbled over whether to list been almost miraculous that 11 preme court justices Tuesday Liggett and Myers, Inc., an ' • -      ■    *    •    *    -    ■    •    -    themselves    ‘— -11- - *— the former New York governor. “There was so _______ „ sion, but I was under the im-1 long that by some miracle Mary ... B  had    escaped    from    that car    and    I    disqualified much confu-bad    not    given    up    hope    all    night    ru!ing en    a    request that the    I said ! court decide    whether    former    creases. President    Nixon could    have car as well. from other large tobacco producer, it was studying the in- ,    ,    , ... .. Decision when the book went to!d® would have escaped from the J ^ The change in administrations Passion wntn mc gook wuu rn,    bee caused a wild scramble and an Pr®ss ll’n'™sn 1 «®lnS '® »* imnrprnnHAnfprf mnnth’s dplnv said Mrs. Shaw. Month Before Nixon resigned in August, just he swam the channel thafsepa-,sf‘-dement, *our ^identified jus- gilda sjjms< Benson and Hedges a month before the book tradi- rotes the island from the vii-    w    ^‘orri c'°nsidering 100’s, Parliament and Marlboro. Bonally goes to the printers In!Iago. Richmond, Va.    He    said, “By the time that I Mrs. Shaw and her board iarrived on the other sh°re, I unprecendented month's delay in publication of the book, according to its publisher, Mrs. Carolyn Hagner Shaw’. Half In rn removed from office for T never recalled how I was I vioIating the civil rights of citi-|£J,m" I able to get out to police.” But ?zens- he said he nearly drowned when *n a one-paragraph unsigned the cafe. Phillip Morris estimated that its wholesale prices would go $11.30 to $12 per 1.000 cigarets and from 22 to 24 cents a pack on such brands as Vir- Since there was the absence    m    wKS or a six-justice quorum, the; Nelson Rockefeller, half in and half out of the vice- Mrs. Shaw and her board arriVTa on |ne other shore, I    WiU    C°Vpr    such    brands    as    01d presidency, is half in and half have spent the intervening wa> libs' u c ' SP* n; Absolute!)    .    -    **. •    *    J    R    Gold,    Newport,    Kent    and True. F    just    saying    I    I    ;    *T    cirtuit    court    of    Reynoids    said    thc increase against was resujt ^ a 2q percent rise out of the Green Book. It does not list a president. However, the vice name .exhausted. And just can’t do it Biuiw ill we nnw Iiuuac -    -___ I    just    Can’t    do1 ^PP^IS jjl New Nork    ................. it I iust can’t do it I remember Samuel Sloan, who had brought    iacf... _ ,v J’or instance, thev rushed the , ,J 1 , L J,    ef the 'Ult nnor to Nixon’s vpswna. durng the Iast    year m the ^lce ^ r    walking    up    towards the Shire- !nt-uu prior 10 .Nixon s res igna- of leaf foharrn Non-Alignment O.K. -- Kissinger NEW DELHI (AP) - Secretary of State Kissinger says the up town Inn the front and walking entrance months trying to keep up with: . changes in the White House. F -Iname of Jerald terHorst to the printers when he was named presidential press secretarv. Then they plucked it out when H S UPmy room he resigned over Ford’s pardon . of Nixon. What w’as supposed to bo a final list of White House staffers was sent to Mrs, Shaw in mid through and just lion in August. It Pays To Advertise of leaf tobacco. 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