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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa -Unjmb Gazette Photo bv John Mclvor fHercules" A lot of household pets think they're people and an is one of them. He wears sunglasses and a hat and trots around the yard with a flower in his mouth'. Occasionally, he stops for conversation with John Kuba, jr.. 3. They both reside at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Kuba; 2433 Fruitland boulevard SW. Nixon Counsel Sits In James St. Clair, President Nixon's attorney, left, confers with John Doar, chief counsel for the house judiciary commit- tee, as the committee opens the first presidential impeachment inquiry in more than a century St. Clair will be permitted to sit in on all proceedings and will be allowed to question wit- 71CSSCS. UPI Telcohoto Meany Comment AFL-CiO President George Aleany tells newsmen in Wash- ington that President Nixon's Watergate transcripts s h o w 'this man is no longer fit to be President of the United States, Meany said that even though the transcripts "hold back a great deal of they strengthen the case for im- peachment. Clown Leads Double Life Dean Weiss leads a double life. Hero he plays the part of Hino, the magic clown, as he entertains children in the pediatrics ward of Chicago's Lutheran General hospital. Mark Sutapka, 3, is in traction because of broken less. During the week, the 38-year-old Weiss is vice-president of a hank in Lake Zurich. 111. AP WlrenholO Guard Dean's Home Police officers are met by U. S. marshals as they arrive to inspect the new Los Angeles home of John Dean, former counsel to the President. The federal officers are guarding Dean because he is still a pros- pective Watergate witness. The home, in a hilly section near Beverly Hills, was bought for AP WireDholo Ul'l lulontiolo AP Wlroplioli) Mother and Son Reunited Mrs, Marshall Jones leaves Placer county hospital in Auburn, Calif., wllh her two-wcck-old son Marsl after they were reunited Thursday. The Infant wan taken Wednesday from their Santa Ito.sa home A w i in i i i i i. i.....i. v. mil sitter, Sharon Kilcrease, 31, was booked on kidnaping charges,
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