Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on July 3, 1974 · Page 3
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1 NE\^S HFittAM). Panantii City, riA., Wedneftday, ^tily ^, DETROIT (UPD-The Ford Motor Co. Tuesday raised prices of Its cars and trucks an average $58, the secohd of the U.S. automakers to change price tags since steelmakers boosted their charges last week. In Auto Last week, Chrysler Corp. announced an Increase averaging $60 on the base car and options, also because of steel price hikes. (Jteneral Motors Corp. and American Motors Corp. still have not reacted In this latest round of price boosts. "As a result of continuing Inflation, our total vehicle costs have risen by about $85 per unit since our last general tncrese in May 8," said John B. Naughton, Ford vice president for sales. "It should be obvious that we CIA Knowledge Linked WIf h Wof ergof e WASHINGTON (UPl) - The Central Intelligence Agency received a detailed report of the Watergate break-In a month after It occurred but concealed It from the FBI, Sen. Howard H. Baker, R-Tenn., said Tuesday. Baker, In an Independent report on CIA Involvement In the Watergate scandals, said the agency knew far more about the Watergate and Ellsberg break-Ins than had previously been disclosed and attempted to hide its involvement from authorities. CIA Director William E. Colby, In a letter accompanying Baker's report, | rejected the senator's "unjustified conclu­ sions that agency officers or employes were knowingly Involved In the break-lns...or subsequent coverups." Baker, vice chairman of the Watergate committee, said he knowledge" of the Watergate break-In. Bennett, son of Sen. Wallace Bennett, R-Utah, headed the firm of Mullen and Co. and worked closely with the CIA on based the charges In his 42, page a number of activities, accord- personal report on the Ing to the Baker report. Veterans Mairch In Capitol Area WASHINGTON (UPI) - Including unconditional amnes- Some 350 demonstrators, mem- ty, a single type military bers and supporters of Vietnam, discharge and an end to aid for Veterans Against the War and the Cambodian and South Vlet- testlmony of 24 CIA officials' and some 700 CIA documents, many of them classified. The report said that Robert Bennett, who headed a Washington public relations firm which served as a cover for CIA agents, provided the CIA on July 10, 1972, with "detailed "Although Bennett was supplying Information to the CIA about many aspects of the Watergate Incident and was at that time serving as liaison between (co-consplrators) E. Howard Hunt and Gordon C. Llddy, there Is no indication that these facts were disclosed to the FBI," the report said. The report said: . —CIA operative Lee R. Pennington Jr. broke Into the home of Watergate conspirator James McCord shortly after the break-In and destroyed documents that might link McCord and the CIA. The information was not disclosed to the committee until Feb. 22 of this year. —The CIA was In a "state of panic" following the June 17, 1972, burglary and, contrary to previous CIA testimony, "conducted a vigorous In-house Investigation of the Watergate matter...almost Immediately after the break-in." —Former CIA Director Richard Helms ordered In January, 1973, that CIA tapes, which included conversations with President Nixon and top White House officials, "be destroyed." —That although the CIA testified It had no contact with Hunt after Aug. 31, 1971, the Senate Investigation revealed the agency had at least a half dozen later contacts extending to the spring of 1972. cannot sustain cost Increases of this size without at leaSt partial price recvery." It was the fourth general increase and the sixth of the model year, Including two changes In destination charges, for Ford. With the cost of adding In options made standard equipment, the average Ford vehicle now costs $584 more than Its counterpart ait the end of the 1973-model year last summer. Ford also announced It Is Increasing the suggested retail price of Its Imported Courier compact truck by $125 to $2,969, reflecting rising overseas manufacturing costs. In addition, Courier options will be Increased by an average of $14. The Courier Is Imported from Japan and Is built by Toyo Kogyo, manufacturer of the Mazda vehicles. It Is sold by Ford on the West Coast and. In the southern states. The price increases on Ford cars ranged from $45 on the subcompact Pinto models to $145 on the luxury Continental Mark IV. The two-door Pinto sedan, the cheapest car Ford builds, now has a price tag of $2,527. It cost $2,021 at the end of the 1973- model year. /^N 6 WOPIN\ "The Affair" 50%. 70% OFF Factory Outlat for Noma Brand LIngorio and Leungowoar Spertiwaar for MIstot, Juniori, Childron Swir'-^nr —* Baggi««. 4927 W. ThoiMi Dr. the winter Solder Organization, Tuesday marched from their encampment on the mall area near the Capitol to the Veterans Administration to demand increased benefits. Along the way, escorted by about a dozen policemen on scooters, the long-haired, casually dressed demonstrators chanted and shouted slogans. "Free our brothers, free our sisters, amnesty for war reslsters," they shouted. At the VA they changed to "They say cutbacks, we say fight back," and shook clenched fists at those peering down from VA office windows. "The war was not In our Interest," WAW national coordinator Sam Schorr shouted Into a bull horn. "Vietnam and wars like It are not waged for democracy, for freedom ... they're waged for IBM and Coca Cola..." Volunteer medics moved through the crowd in front of the VA building, passing out salt tablets to weary and wilted demonstrators, most of whom had been up all night to stay In compliance with the permit that allows their encampment on the mall area. The permit provides the vets may maintain a 24-hour vlgU there but does not allow them to sleep. WAW-WSO Is one of two veterans organizations In town for demonstrations. The other, the Bonus March Coalition, is focusing only on veterans benefits while WAW-WSO is pushing a variety of demands Z namese governments. Major Oil Companies in Suit NEW YORK (UPI) - The Lef rak Oganlzatlon, the largest private owner of apartment houses In New York City, Tuesday filed a $115-mllll9n antitrust suit In Brooklyn Federal Court against six major oil companies on charges of price rigging. The defendants include the Arabian - American Oil Co. (Aramco), Exxon Corp., Mobil on Corp., Shell Oil Co., Standard on Co. of Calif., and Texaco Inc. The complaint charged that the major oil companies conspired to control the supply and raise the price of low-sulfur crude distillate and residual oil products. According to the complaint, the Lefrak Organization, which supplies heat and electricity to . more than 50,000 tenants, has been victimized by the companies as a result of spirallng price Increases for heating oil and Increased costs for electricity. "We're going to bring these giant oil companies to the bar of justice," said Samuel J. Lefrak, president of the corporation. The oil companies will be required to respond to the suit 20 days after receiving notice. Ruling Favors News Reporter LOS ANGELES (UPI) Superior Court Judge Raymond Choate Tuesday vacated a previous order holding newsman William Farr in contempt of a grand jury, ruling that his right of immunity in order to protect his sources was guaranteed by state law. Farr, who had already served 46 days In jail on a separate charge of contempt of court for refusing to identify two attorneys he said gave him Information for a story during the Charles MansOn trial, was permitted to leave the courtroom THE BEAUTY , g By Lois Steffan HI GALS: Have a question Til tell you no lie; Juit drop me a line I'll send a reply. Q. I'm 34 years old & have deep bags under my eyes. I use a good eye cream nightly. What would you suggest? A. Are you in good health? Getting enough sleep? All the cream in the world can't correct skin problems if the rest of you won't cooperate. suggest pleanty of sleep, proper diet & exercise. You may eventually require some corrective surgery, but first see your regular doctor. Q. My natural hair is dark brown For a year, I've been bleaching it & getting fair results. But lately, the front is coming out much lighter than the back. What am I doing wrong? A. Hard to tell without seeing you Chances are you're not saturating the back hair as much as the front. By all means, see a professional colorist, you'U probably need some corrective work, anyway. UNDER THE DRYER: Foreign countries all seem to have the same motto: "Yankee go home & leave us a loan." For further beauty bints, contact LOIS' LA PETITE. BEAUTY SALON (Downtown) City Marina 763-7461 with the new contempt charge removed. The reporter, who at the time of the Manson trial, worked for the Los Angeles Herald-Exam- Iner and Is now a reporter for the Los Angeles Times, had refused to answer six questions when he appeared before the grand jury Concerning the sources of Information. Judge Choate previously had held him In contempt of the grand jury and Tuesday could have given him a sentence of five d.ays for each of the six counts of contempt or a total of 30 days. In his ruling, Choate said that he was vacating his previous contempt order and that he had been convinced that Farr was covered by a recent "shield" law passed by the California legislature giving reporters immunity to protect the source of their Information, Although refusing to identify them, Farr had previously said that two of the six attorneys in the Manson trial were the ones who gave him the information leading to a story about the "family's" plan to murder celebrities Including Frank Sinatra and Eli^beth Taylor. The grand gury last week Indicted Vincent T. BugUosl, chief prosecutor In the Manson trial, and Oaye Shlhn, a defense attorney, on grounds of perjury, charging they lied when they swore under oath they were not the source of the Farr story. Bugliosi appeared before Choate earlier Tuesday and entered a plea of Innocent to the perjury charge. Bugliosi, who was narrowly defeated earlier this year in his bid for the Democratic nomination for attorney general, surrendered in Superior Court on three counts charging him with lying to the jury when he denied giving a newsman information during the Manson trial. Superior Court Judge Raymond Choate set July 17 for a hearing on a motion to dismiss the charges agaist Bugliosi. Shlnn surrendered Monday and is scheduled for arraignment and pleading July 9. Save 20% on all men's casual slacks. Reg. 8.98 9.98 here's a large assortment of casual styles to choose from. Cuffed or flare leg In solids or patterns. All in easy- cara fabrics like polyester/cotton and polyester knits. Sizes 28-36. Hundreds of Pairs To Choose From JCPenney SALE STARTS WEONfSDAY 9 A.Nt. Knit Pantsuits good looking yet modestly Set Practical ester pantsufts are machine wash and tumble dry. Tailored with short sleeve shirt-jactops and pull-on pants. Some solids with patterns or all plaid sets. Buy several at this price. Assorted fashion colors in sizes 10-20. LARGE GROUP OF DRESSES AND PANT DRESSES I \ J fe^^ REDUCED TO MM 4 ' 1 CLEAR OPEN 9 A.M.-9 P.M. FRIDAY •jit JULY 5TH ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE 20% off boys' shirts. li 11 M Sale to Reg. 1.98 to 5.98 What an assortment of sport shirts for boys. Choose long sleeve or short in solid colors or fancy patterns. All in easy-care fabrics like polyester/cotton. For sizes 8-18. :,4 ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE 20% off all ready-made draperies. Sale 5" to 28«« Reg.6.53 toss.OO It's the custom look at ready-made prices. You can chpose from many sizes, patterns and colors. From antique satins to jacquards to prints and sheers in acetate, cotton or polyester. Sale prices effective thru Saturday. I i

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