Thursday, July 15, 1976
THE MIC' -AN DAILY
Thursclcty, July 15, 1976 THEMIC' ANDAILY Page Eleven ~
Ford approves bill authorizing
production of new B1 bomber
WASHINGTON (A') - Presi- departments, the federal judi- permits spending of $1 billion for
nt Ford signed a $32.5-billion ciary, the Small Business Ad- the first three operating models,
apons procurement bill yes- ministration and the U.S. In- provided Congress appropriates
rday that authorizes produc- formation Agency. the money in a bill to be con-
n of the new BI bomber and The big authorization bill for sidered later.
record $6.7-billion naval ship- the Defense Department elimi- Ford, in a statement, con-
ilding program. At the same nated a one per cent "kicker" in gratulated Congress for passing
ae, he called for more efforts -ost-of-living increases in an- the defense authorization bill in
cut waste in defense spend- nuities for military retirees. time for it to become law before
g. , The Associated Press reported the start of the fiscal year.
Also signed by the President last year that the "kicker," de- But he had some criticism,
s a bill appropriating $8.3 signed to keep federal pensions too, saying Congress "has not
lion in fiscal year 1977 for in step with inflation, actually apnroved a number of essential
Treasury Department, Postal propels them increasingly ahead defense programs" and has add-
rvice, General Services Ad- and gives federal retirees bil- ed funds to the fiscal 1977 budget
nistration, the Civil Service lions of extra dollars at tax- which he feels are not needed
nmmission and the Executive payer expense. in that year.
fice of the President. AP CALCULATIONS showed Ford said, "There has been a
the unintended bonus for fed- lot of talk about cutting waste
A THIRD measure signed pro- eral retirees including the mili- in defense spending. Without
des $6.6 billion in 1977 budget tary could cost taxpayers $100 action by the Congress, these
thorities for activities of the billion or more by 1990. economies cannot be achieved.
ate, Justice and Commerce On the B2 bomber, the bill Here is the opportunity to act."
Hearst won't be granted
immunity in Harris trial
LOS ANGELES (A) - William
and Emily Harris demanded
that Patricia Hlearst testify in
their trial, but the prosecutor
said yesterday he would not
grant Hearst immunity from
prosecution if she does.
"The district attorney is not
going to participate in any im-
minity being given to Hearst,"
said trial prosecutor Sam May-
HEARST, undergoing psychi-
atric studies at a San Diego
prison, and the Harrises are co-
defendants on kidnap, robbery
and assault charges but their
trials have been severed.
Superior Court Judge Mark
Brandler noted Hearst is tenta-
tively set to be tried here July
25. Even if there is an expected
delay, he said, the issue of her
testimony could be raised when
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she appears in court.
"The court is not disnosed to
grant immunity unless it is rec-
ommended by the district at-
torney," said Brandler.
MAYERSON objected t h a t
"one defendant cannot call an-
other defendant as a witness
and get that person immunity
Harris suggested if Hearst
continued to invoke the Fifth
Amendment-as she did at a
previous hearing - "the court
could hold her in contempt."
But Harris' attorney, Mark
Rosenbaum, stressed that the
defense does not want Hearst
granted immunity from all
charges. Instead, he said, they
want her to testify only about
whether a disputed search and
seizure at the Harris' last hide-
out was legal.
THE HEARING, outside the
jury's presence, left undecided
whether Hearst would nake an
appearance at the trial.
The jury, meanwhile, heard a
key witness tell how Hearst's
wild machine gun fire at a
sporting goods store could have
killed him-and Harris.
Anthony Shepard, the store
clerk whose testimony helped
convict Hearst of bank robbery
charges in San Francisco, said
Harris seemed surprised when
Hearst began firing from a
AS THE SHOTS started, Shep-
ard said Harris warned, "Hey,
you better get out of here."
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innocent to shootings
SANTA ANA, Calif. (A) - A
iniversity custodian pleaded
innocent yesterday to charges
of murdering seven persons in
a library shooting spree. The
prosecution said it would seek
the death penalty.
Handcuffed and shackled,
Edward Charles Allaway, 37,
stood silently in municipal
court as Deputy Public Defend-
er Ron Butler entered innocent
pleas to seven counts of mur-
der, two counts of assault with
intent to commit murder and
two counts of assault with a
The assault counts stem from
the wounding of two persons
9 .m.-2a.m. p
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who survived the rifle attack
Monday in the library at Cali-
fornia State University at Ful-
Meanwhile, an eyewitness, 17-
year-old Monica Silbas, locked
herself in the library's base-
ment after the shootings and
lapsed into a catatonic trance,
officials said. Silbas, a high
school senior from Santa Ana,
was attending a special sum-
mer program at the university.
By Tuesday, she had utter-
ed a few words from her hos-
pital bed here. But a psychia-
trist said it may take "three
days, three weeks or three
months" for her to recover
from the shock.
Under California law, a de-'
fendant can receive the death
penalty if the jury brings back
guilty verdicts on more than
one charge of murder, prosecu-
tor James Enright said.
Enright and Butler agreed to
waive a grand jury indictment,
and Judge Robert Law sched-
uled a preliminary hearing for
July 28. Police seeking a mo-
tive for the deadly rampage
said they have been told by
witnesses that Allaway entered
the library screaming refer-
ences to his estranged wife and
then opened fire. Bonnie Alla-
way 23, acting as her own law-
yer, filed for divorce last Fri-
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (A)
- Barbara Olson has started a
new business which she calls
"A Bouquet of Songs."
For $7 (or $10 for roses),
Miss Olson will go anywhere in
town to deliver freshly cut flow-
ers and sing appropriate songs. ,
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