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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather— Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday. laws tonight, mid 40s. Highs Saturday, near 55. rn VO LU MIO 92 - NUM BKK 2% CITY FINAL 15 CENTS CEDAR RAPIDS. IOWA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER I, 1974 ASSOCIATED PRESS, UPI, NEW YORK TIMES SHOOTING AT C.R. Ford Vows Protection On Imports SIOUX CITY (UPI) - President Ford announced plans Thursday to protect American farmers against any subsidized or increasing competition from foreign dairy and meat suppliers. Opening a final, three-day Republican barnstorming trip before Tuesday’s congressional elections, Ford said at an airport rally he has made several policy decisions “which I believe will relieve some of the anxiety" felt by farmers. First, he said, “If imports of meat subject to the meat import law threaten to pick up markedly during the next year and the! agriculture department’s estimate of 1975 imports exceeds the trigger level under the meat import law, I will either impose quotas or negotiate voluntary export restraint agreements with foreign suppliers.” ‘‘This administration.” he said, “is not going to permit foreign dairy producers to compete against American dairy-mer in the U. S. market with subsidized products. “If the Europeans reinstitute | their export subsidies on dairy products directed at this mar-; ket, I will impose countervailing duties on these products.” Nixon "Very Alert," Custodian Ford S    ays After    Visit jj-.j j LONG BEACH, Calif. (AR) — “the possibility still exists for    U!S%1 One Held President Ford visited ailing further complications.” former President Nixon Friday and said Nixon was “very alert” but apoeared to be “a very sick man.” Mental Attitude However, he indicated that slight gains: Ced?r Rapids New*— Nixon had made "I told him    all    our    family    was!"His sPiri,s and mcntal attitude for    his    complete    and    are excellent. He is alert,    A custodian at Harding junior oriented to everything going on    high school was dead on arrival around him. and cooperative.’’    at St. Luke’s hospital Friday At the new* conference later,    a(tcr he was sh<>, outsjdc the Dr. Eldon Hickman, consulting .    .    „    . minutes,    wiuwith Lungren on the case, said c 0 ’’ allc8cd!.v by another praying for his complete itotal recovery,” Ford said. Ford, who spent 20 minutes at the hospital and said he was at Nixon’s bedside for only eight told about 350 well-with Lungren on the case, wishers outside the hospital ^‘xon was handling it well al- sc 00 cus urn. “the president was very alert tbou8b be was “somewhat an- Police were holding Croydon He was very interested” in noyed” bX ,he con-stant beside Caslavka, 27, of 1304 First ave-topics they discussed.    monitoring of his condition. nue for questioning in con- “But it was very obvious to Ref ore f. °Pera|lon* Nixon    ^    shooting    death me that he had been vcrv verv had 1x1011 takin8 anticoagulants n wiin me snooting deatn ill ” Fo-d added    "> flSb‘ d°«in8 his left of Reginald D. Cady, 26. route The President said he briefed [*8 induced by phlebitis, an in- one,balker. Nixon on his    plans for trips in    f!a™mation <)f tbe ve,ns Tllc    Caslavka    was    being    booked    at the near future to Japan. South    operation was lo place    a clamp    prcss i,me    on    ^    0pt,n    charge    of Korea and the Soviet Union. He a ™m :s(' ‘hj11 blo(,d oould said he also    updated Nixon on    tow through while the    clot was Secretary of    State Kissinger’s    bl“ked from reacbm8    hls heart lours of the Soviet Union, India.ior 8s Pakistan and Afghanistan. All Drummed Out UPI Telephoto Mark Golueke of the DePere, Wis., high school band stretches out for a rest after the homecoming parade. Mark was so tired he didn't bother to unhook his bass drum. The former president remained in critical condition at Memorial hospital medical center of I>ong Beach but has improved Ford went to the hospital after being told that Nixon was “in bis best condition since his operation.” KCRG-TV Airs with Nev/ Tower Raw Farm Prices Gain 4 Percent Food Retailer Favors rZd,0fferu Is Withdrawn by Telling Profit Margins Pat+ys Parents Nixon’s doctors paid late, murder. Police said Cady died of multiple gunshot wounds to the trunk area of his body, believed fired from a .38 caliber revolver. The shooting, believed to involve a handgun, took place shortly after noon on Friday outside Harding near a loading dock. according to school authorities. Heard Shots morning Other custodians eating iunch Also, he said, there will be a    ---    WASHINGTON    (UPI) •thorough review cf market; WASHINGTON (API - Prices board chairman of a major food conditions and fuji opportune 0f raw farm products jumped!.,.... „hal L>;d.,v I roke ranks ty” for American dairymen to four percen, -Sopt J 15U0.s,ore cham tT'^ Lrokt ranks Cedar Rapids News — Station KCRG-TV began (broadcasting Friday Thursday that he probably win from new 2,000-foot antenna near the area and an assistant remain on the critical list for 24 tower jn Buchanan county near principal nearby heard ihots to 72 hours. They said "There Walkcr    ' and notj(ied po|jce and ambu. are dangers lurking in the back- Activation of the new tower, lance. The school’s nurse as-ground.    antenna and parallel transmit- sisted until the ambulance ar- SAN FRANCISCO ap -J doctors sa‘d tbe in,erna^ ter came just over a year after rived. The why other food stores cannot do nynfj0j0u „nd r ".h in f Weeding which nearly cost the collapse of the station s t967 A teacher who was on the food to** same thing.    cavinn n tzn non rnu ini ’f^orrner President his life had ap- tower, which happened Oct. 3 of scene immediately after the for t2? SS    rf'htOWeii-    lr    an*-Taal year.    (shoeing    .aid    Ca>UvWa had gone Vult- iJ. lu/Jl J: u. :    .    !fusion5 worc ordered to replace According to Chief Engineer back into the school and into the Specific Margin speak out before there will bo *<£. iT more’ihan rff^lling a lWith other *Umts in the rctail J1.* National Assn of Food *hcir    bta)d lo!t af,er sur*er>r '»*' Walt Allis* of the station, the custodian’s room. any action to change current decline one month earlier, the food industry, saying there is no Chains and t^__natl0n, si_ tw0 nffpr    Tuesday for his phlebitis condi- station’s staff and RCA cngi-j He said a couple of teachers dairy import quotas. In addition, the President said he was asking Secretary of Agriculture Butz to consider additional increases in gov- (Continued: Page 3, Col. 6.) . _    .    I    station’s staff and RCA engi- s a i d reason why consumers cannot    cba‘n    stores    — Safeway    (ion.    neers completed all necessary went into the custodian’s room information on orofit mar-    “    maintained    I    atrichia    Hearst    20, was kid-: Nessen said Ford talked to testing between the time the The two took him by the arm lnicrma un on p    they    do    not    have information on naped Feb 4 by the Svmbionese Mrs. Nixon by telephone Thurs- - and    took him t0 the principal’s the specific margin breakdowns Liberation Army but later aile- day and asked whether it would    (Photo on pictur® page)    office where he waited quietly godly joined her captors and be helpful if he went to see------------r---------- 1 Ford:"Kick Out Spenders Even lf Republicans" agriculture department 0 0 ' a rr>acr*n twhv *vur»«nm*»rc uann«i mi scat mam sidles Sap wav Thursday. The Crop Reporting Board gins in the meat department. jSaid higher prices for wheat, Donald Perkins    of    the Jewel    for meat departments, corn, hogs, soybeans and cotton!^ jn chicago told    a govern-    These groups say such    figures (Were mostly responsible for the men^ conference on f00<j prices are available only for the entire his stores make an inventory of store, not broken down item by Lower prices were reported all items in all    departments    item and department by    departer cattle, calves and potatoes, every four weeks.    ment. I he 4 percent increase fol-    a    nf    fipurps    Perkins said the agriculture Nixon    station left the air Thursday “I can't think of anything that nij?ht and sign-on time Friday, would do him more good,” was The switch activating the new a statement issued Thurs- Mrs. Nixon’s reply. Nessen said Facilities was thrown by Zack and printed in the San I The 61-year-old former Pres- Tinnier, a member of the sta- now* is sought on charges including kidnaping and armed robbery. In day until police arrived. “In Shock” He was described as being in (Continued: Page 3, Col. 6.) He released a series of figures Perkins said the agriculture j Francisco Examiner, of which ident couid have died from the,^°Jlsi engineering staff since lowed a 2 percent decline from for own cbajn indicat- department s weekly reports on Hearst is editor and president, internal bleeding that sent him KCRG radio was built in 1947. Aug. 15 to Sept 15 which had jng    meat    products    price spreads — meaning the the Hearsts said:    into    shock    after    the    operation    Maximum Height been the first drop since mid- the stores buy and thc average difference between what the . We are prepared to do all in'Tuesday, “if proper measures The new tower stands 2m LOS ANGELES (API - Pres- ine mid-month index rose retail CQSt per pound that the farmer receives for his live am-|0Ur po^r t0 help her, protect had not been taken.” Dr. John feet above average terrain ident Ford has come up with a 6 percent in July and 3 percent meat is s0Id for.    mal and what the consumer her and defend her We have Lungren told a news conference maxjmum height permitted for new battle cry for his final fling in August.    Perkins    also    released the PaXs for meat “ are inaccurate I reached the conclusion, howev-Thursday.    commercial television stations' on the 19/4 campaign trail:    r    0    Pa|* '( ‘ir / *gross margins on the products lbs own store’ ^erkbJs said’ basJ er, that the reward offer may    Would    Monitor    in this country. It will provide a “Throw the big spenders out index has fluctuated widely but ^ saiH Hnn.t imd<.rst;inri” lost money selling fresh meat be misinterpreted by her and ________ M1____,_     ,    television Prison Terms to 2 Co-op Leaders For Donations as of Oct. 15 it averaged 0 5 percent above a year earlier. even if they are Republicans. He softened some of his earli cr assaults on the Democrats I’rices farmers pay to meet ex /(<-, Department and. for the first time. suggest penses, meanwhile, were uplSI » r od Thursday night that perhaps Percent in the month ended Oct. V/OXeS Poetic some Republicans migh! be1 >5 and were 17 percent above a In a thus far in 1974. Agriculture Secretary    Butz opened the conference Thursday bv saying he did not want it “to flail the middleman,” point fingers or “turn into a jawbon ing session. Would Monitor    ....    •>    -»    WASHINGTON    IAP)    -    Two rn av. mum. ba a MoMj “W*    aqaareLa’jfaa    “ *    '    "» »•” - «• " OM-MO MO    VMM,    W    MUM    ’    KI Further and most    iPresident did not specify when °1 *'Sor,b "ales, la., it was jn pnSOn Friday for making ant— although the offer called ^ apparent let-up in bleeding orected bv Tower Systems of iijegai campaign donations, the or I atricia s safe return, we place. The doctors said Menomonee Falls, Wis. Antenna tim*» nrisnn <!pntnnrn« havn Fail To Link Rocky to Other Political Books ministration was ready to battle the food industry middleman. (Photo on Picture Puget deluding refiners, canners and worthy of oblivion, too.    vear earbe*‘*    J    WASHINGTON    (AP At a COP fund-raising dinner    The Oct 15 price index for all;report on    September weather; But? issued his    pjea as    he in the Century Plaza Hotel, commodities averaged 185 per- conditions in Spain, the agnail- 0fK,ned tht? conference on food Ford said* “If you are unhappy «°nt off its 1967 base compared lure department had this to productjvity, costs and prices about the handling of the na J78 in September and 184 say: “There was little or no Thursday. Elsewhere in Washers finances over the past 20 in October last year. Thc record rain on the plains of Spain, thus jng(on })0WeVer, Treasury Sec-years, if you think it is time for was 208 percent on Aug. 15. delaying the seeding of winter retary Simon was saying the ad a change, remember next Tues-    I    grain day who the big spender? are — and throw the big spenders out.” “So Be It” This prompted a burst of applause from party faithful. drowning out Ford’s politically    m mm^m "    ^m ■    — w. -    ^    —    --w **\vith times as difficult as significant windup phrase:    WASHINGTON (AP) — Au- feller or any cl his people were they are, we cannot permit one “And if some of them are    thors of two political books responsible    for it.    segment    of    the    economy    to Republicans, so be it.”    which    house investigators are ‘‘The    only Rockefellerish F’ord said it was    time “for    checking into say there is no ev-    thing was that local people    wen responsible men and    women of    jdence Vice-president-designate    coming in very openly to    buy a all political persuasions Re-j Rockefeller was connected with lot of copies. They said they publicans, Democrat*’, indepen- either.    were Rockefeller workers and dents — to come together, not in One of the writers, Charles they wanted to spread copies an effort at political advantage. Ashman, said some “outside around the office to show what a but in a spirit of true American    force” helped him promote his    rascal Connelly was.” patriotism R whip    problems    scathing biography of former    The author said such    local like inflation, energy and the Treasury Secreiary Connelly, Rockefeller supporters bought environment, to strengthen our however, and that local Rocke- from 25 to IOO copies each in successful foreign policy by the teller supporters bough; up *o Dallas, Houston, Seattle, Chica- KM) copies of it    go and Cleveland. Ashman said in a telephone    F-nnilv    Mon**v interview the secret help could    >    > first time prison sentences have « I I    I    I    \ i» L/IOV V, • I iv UVV *• VT*    #*» V« * V* ,    *    ’    *•*    v*    V    tiiliv J tuVH •JVlltvllvVU I IU * V» ce t ie money    may encourage    ^ woujd monitor    Nixon's con- installation was    also handled    by been    imposed for such an of- seekers of the    rowa^d t0 tak(‘    clition to determine    whether the    ‘S>’stems-    Tense    since the Watergate scan- actions that could endanger the bleeding had stopped complete be ncw tower, which has 62 dajs began, safety and well-being of our . n    r    sections,    was assembled start- , . daughter. For these reasons, the ‘ { n said Nixonfi vitaj ing \ug. 21 The first section    ........ reward offer is wdhdrawn/ ^ had ..pretty much return-1set in place Sept. 5 and the ^ ^    ‘ posted the re-,        »    mn nm nl.K, tower itself was completed    ^    *>dona. Hart said the handed out to The Hearsts ward May 8. last week. The 90-foot, ,ed to normal.” He did not elaborate on his comment about car'v —- •—»    — — (ions dangers lurking in Hie back-iei8ht-ton traveling wave amen- ’ground Wales Farber, Lungren released a Warship Fire MILFORD HAVEN I (AP» — A fire aboard a Royal statement saying Nixon's blood na was set atop the tower last!    Harold    Nelson Saturday    and Havid Farr to three years fclngineers have been working bl)! immediately suspended all the packaging and transpor- N'3^ "arship damaged the tur- presjure, lation industries.    blnf ,and b?'!er ™ms F,rlda5' sla Dulse iud heart beat aruund the clock since then to bal four months of the term. He pulse ana nean otai      f    .    th    #in stable, but that a proe- finish the (Continued: Page 3. Col. 6.) Jobless Rate at Three-Year High WASHINGTON (AIU - The nation’s unemployment rate and slightly injured four sailors, nosis was not possible because wmccUons Treason Trials Ordered For 47 Greek Officers transmitter-antenna a*M> Hart fined them both $10,000. scheduled them to begin Hie new* tower was construct- servin^ tbelr scntenccs N°v- 8 ed on the same concrete pad a< *bo fcdoral    compound which served the previous at Montgomery, Ala. tower, which was the same    Boi*h    Toppled (Continued: Page 3, Col. 5.) ATHENS (AP) — A panel of were described as men who par-Groek judges ordered Friday Requited in the April. 1967, colo-that former dictator George Pa nels’ coup, which overthrew the restoration of bipartisanship Today s Index have come from anyone wuQ A house judiciary eonunittee Nelson, of San Antonio, Texas, was general manager of Associated Milk Producers, Inc. Parr, of Little Rock, Ark, was Nelson’s top assistant. Both were toppled from power in an internal struggle at the co-op in Ter. early 1972, before thc contribu- climbrd las! month from l l to mt‘n who helped him seize I power during the subsequent rorists fired an anti-tank gre. H°n standa^s wore txPosed s percent, its highest in three power in 1967. be tried for high seven years under military rule, node at a pleasure boat carry- Hart noted that a number ol years, the government reported treason.    !    Under    Greek    law.    the    public!    ing Argentina’s federal police Parsons have been fined for K rid ay    H    found    guilty,    the    former    prosecutor    will file formal chief and his wile Friday, kill- making    illegal donations arid The October level was the members of the military junta charges. That will be followed mg them instantly.    jasked Watergate prosecutors 1971.• that ruled Greece with an Iron by a full investigation, after The chief. Alberto Villar, 53, whether candidates who rc- * i j *- *u r „ civilian government and paaopouos and 46 other former i ... ,,    , *    ^    i brought Papadojxjulos to power military officers, including the The oth(,rs were men who held Slay Argentine Police Chief BUENOS AIRES (AP Comics Crossword Daily Record Deaths Editorial Features Farm Financial Marion Movies Society Sports State Television Want Ads . 21 ...21 ...3 ...3 6 12 22 rn I 13,11 IU 17-20 8. 9 ll 25-29 said he had no evidence it 0||j*ers involved in the deroga- inK a Hnic of recovery from the could be given the death sen i tory biography of former New recession oi 1970 and 1971. Hie York Democratic gubernatorialda!i*    unemployment    was tcnce. The decision was made at „t,w vwmv ......    ......    * inned thai invest ica highest sine? November, 1971. that ruled Greece with an iron by a full investigation  ...... —> .    .    ,    ,    , wanted to hurt Connally, but he    ....ihom    when    it    also    hit    6    percent    dur-    band    for    more    than    seven    years    which the accused are expected was brough: out of retirement caved such donations are also tors have talked to authors and ...    ^    -    -    L--    -    t0 be jailed pending trial.    Hast January by the late Pres-guilty of breaking the law The charges include the force- ident Juan Peron as a step to-! * *s lbere nt)    by tbc a ful seizure of power, alxilition of ward cracking down on Marxist donee?” Hart asked aws and arhi-j terrorism. of government The oflicer had gained fame under the pa il military government as head of the riot squad, j personally leading motorcycle! squads and applying tough measures on suspected activists. Many left-wing leaders ac-1 Koa 60 ( used him of torture and even I Athens,! murder, saying his men some- Rockefeller. “Nothing Unusual” Rockefeller’s office in New ^dklate"Arthur GoWberg fin-!above 6 percent was in Novem- tare plenary meeting of 88 ap constitutional York said “it is absolutely un .m(.(,d ln p,,, kefeller family bl‘r’ HMH, also a post-recession-■ peals couri judges    trarv arrests promoted the book. A money and two other books, ary period.    i They voted 85 to 3 in favor of members and thousands of dis- Both the length of the average filing charges after hearing the sidents. work week and factory over-results of a preliminary hives- Last week the civilian govern-time declined    last month. Av-1 ligation by the new* civilian    gov-merit unexpectedly exiled Papa erage hourly earnings rose two    ernment on suits filed by an    dopouios and four men    in- , I    got    im)    financial    help    s'a,*iiy    mean    they    have    found    or    cents 10 ^    u*) 35 cents over    Athens lawyer in behalf of    per-    strumental in the 1967 revolt    to sketcher    I    only    wish    I    ar|i    nuPauino    infnrmaiinn    Ha-tbe ,ast -voar    Weekly earnings    sons who claim they were    vie-!the Aegean island of ast month, timized by the military govern- miles southeast of ; true” hi spokesman for Ashman’s pub mr,udmg Ashman’s. Usher said Ibm* vins nothing    committee source said unusual about the piomotion lei    uiat    investigators    made ,br    _    ....    the interviews does not neces “Look j from RoCKeieiier . w.a,. ., gre pursumg information da j had.” Ashman said “    " “Slime of these events are (Continued: Page 3, Col. 5.) m.x ,4 ii. We got animaging to Rockefeller’s chances a'‘‘raged si.>8 84 Fend advance,    I    down    14    cents    frc initial heavy front-end advance)' ” “    Idown    14    cents    from    September    ment    'claiming    they    were    plotting    to    times    executed    suspected; but I have no evidence Rocke- (Continued* Page 3, Col. 3.) 'and up $11 21 over the year. Fourteen of the 47 charged regain flower.    guerillas    after    interrogation. I tnt ti a's Chuckle Food costs too high? We heard of one mother who served her baby’s beanbag tor dinner. Co»vr*9M * -    ar*..:    MMI I V ;