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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                2 Tlle fedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., July 11, 1974 Chenaulf Indicted- To Receive Mental Tesi ATLANTA CAP: county grand jar Marcus Wane one of aggravated a: June 30 shooting at Ebenezer Bacote s Baptist church in which Mrs.: We cause" Martin Luther Kins. ?r, was "may he killed. The indictment was returned only hours after Judsie Sam Phillips McKenzie ordered ilim Chenault to undergo psychiatric examinations to determine i: the 23-yoar-old Hayton. Ohio, resident is mentally to stand trial. he "reasona- io believe Chenaiilt presently insane or so mentally incom- nt as ia unable to under- 2 against or properly to assist in his own defense the defendant that he is the niblifitl Jacob :ind that In- re- ceived direct from a deity which inspired his criminal acts indicates a need immediate examination and Bluck llearini; Earlier in the day, McKenzie refused a plea front Chenauli's observation." liacote said attorney. Handy Bacote, to. block the grand jury from hear- f> ing testimony in. the case until; the medical reports v Dist. Atty. Lewis Slaton pr sented three witnesses to the grand Calvin S. 3 pulpit The other King, a grandson of Mrs. Kin? i other .............._ ....._.b) who helped subdue the gunman. I abroad during his recent version of "le whlte Hollse gj' FIGHTIMS WITH THAT SAME KIP I JUS SEE WHY VOJ TWO CAKI'T j V SETTLE YOUR P.FFEK- Transcripfs Mention Two Watergate Mystery Men Soviet Talks PI eased Nixon i WASIll.NCTOX (AIM generally familiar with house judiciary committee's the Watergate case didn't recog- version of the Watergate tapes nize it. introduced two new characters to the Watergate cast, but no seems to know who they According to the committee's transcript of a March 13. 1973. conversation, President Nixon and Ins counsel, John Dean were discussing how they could to the Democratic enemies. lergate The President said Whiti On .March 22, in a coin ersa- tion with former Ally. Crn. Mitchell, the I'rcsidc'ut ssid that "Ear! Nash worries the out of us here" for reasons the committee could not dec- cipher. Because the conversation gen- erallv dealt with the senate Wa- cow obseners speculated that the Preside who the transcripts show I; ate iD-Mont.i said Wednesday aft- a White House briefing of congressional, leaders that both President Nixon and Secretary of State Kissinger are very sat- isfied with tile recent summit meetings in Moscow and the Middle Kast. r c- sults "So joommittee said he did not look ifor any American-Soviet agree- :ment to limit offensive nuclear :weapons "any time soon." But Sicnnis said Nixon and Kissinger gave a better explan- a'icn than he heard before "why we couldn't get any- He did not Ikniiiui- (IJ-S.C.. was asked if he were appre- hensive about Nixon's Soviet d House investigators had tried to bad f _ fmd irregularmes m the lo Water of the summit." am 1." Asked "No, I don't think I he said, reporting that "the Prts- ident wants to avoid an arms race it possible" but would not sacrifice the nation's defenses toward that end. whether -N i x o n of lions of dollars contributed the presidential campaign ;Sen. McGovern. i privately referred'to as peaceful energy uses to "Oh there's a lot of [Kennedy plant on the commit-1 Egypt and Israel, Manstield to gate committee chief an.v rcPort on Samuel Dash. Nixon earlier had lscs Provlde mldear WASHINGTON (ITli Ziegler Raps 'Hypoed P.R On Transcripts Dockworkers Will Get Annual Wage Increase NEW YORK (AP) Dock- workers in the port of New !hat'" WASHINGTON u'Pn-pres-j will receive guaranteed annual I Vietnamese Veteran Six U. S. Astronauts Return from Russia MOSCOW ilTI.) Six Amer- hanky-panky in there and the isaid that "never came up-we il'm flew records used on it are just too j Asked if he'd ever heard of didn't have time." Ihursday, ending 17 days of bad to find out JEarl Nash, the chief counsel: By a.m. CDT, the con- training with the Soviets for. Nixon told Dean. jsajd: an Cg0tjst if gressiomil leaders were emerg- next year's Soyuz-Apollo space Assured by Dean that "there! f claimed he was me." jing and their reactions sought out by waiting report-i "KverUhing went well. There ers. iwere no problems at said Chairman Stennis iD-.Miss.) ..Jack Reilly. a NASA spokes- of the senate armed services man. guaranteed ,he Interna, Revcnue a week, j vice. three-) "There is no need at this hour upon bvifor anything from Dean tapes. acknowledged i Press Secretary Donald Zieg- McKenzin ordered thepsychia-iTuesday that the U S embassvj'01' Eaicl iho committee should trie tests for Chenauit to Kuwait had passqd on and Atlanta police Berlyn Compton trip. A spokesman longshoremen guaranteed said, adding that he had sources I there if he needed them. Burns Self to Death; SAIGON (AP) -A South! Vietnamese war veteran burned immediately. Chenault was to be ;new's request for a'car andjsame time and not trans-jdriver to the embassy in Beirut. "L> "a negative ferred for the tests from Fulton j It wras not granted, however, lcasc "a" tllc material at the it out twist" ile said "a negative twist" _ county jail to Grady he said, because the state de-jcollld hc op> sections of the where Mrs. King and two othe victims of the shooting had ordered m Agnew be given only "normal j ''Thci' have chosen tne Agnew cut short llc relations route which Edward Boykin, a church trip because his wife waslfoclls the news media onlv con, was killed in the ill at section of the tapes, h Mentally Check said the committe has engaged in "some hypoe McKenzie ordered the by campaign or sensationa nations to determine whether Chenault is "mentally charge of false uttering of a check against a Coralville and he urged "Let it all out at once, and ge of assisting Bacote in been dismissed because fair play into this an tion of his defense; currently imprisoned for due process into this." Chenault could determine he made no direct com tween right and wrong at county district on the substance of th time of the alleged offense, Robert Osmundson transcripts, whicl "any other pertinent matter the charge against a quotation from Pres lating to the accused's Coralville, Tuesday Nixon at a March 22 capability of standing trial meeting with his aides said offense or was accused of writing want you all to stonewall i In a motion filed check in the amount plead the Fifth Amend Bacote had asked that Slaton to First Avenue cover up or anything prohibited from presenting Jan. 14, if it'll save it, save the dence to the grand jury is persently the results of the medical sentence on a similar quotation does not ap- the Iowa men's in the White House traa- But McKenzie said that of the meeting. rently hours of pay a year, or ?244 a week. The agreement, reached Tues- day by the International Long- shoremen's Assn. and the New York Shipping Assn., is a sup- plement ot a master pact nego- tiated last month for ports from Massachusetts to Virginia. The President advised "Talk to Elliot Gompers." The name Elliot Gompers does not appear on IRS or White House personnel lists, nor is it himsclf to dcath ThlLrsda-v him: headquarters of the j international peacekeeping com- mission in Saigon. Witnesses to the immolation said Vu Phung. 30, left four let- listed in Washington-area tele- tors appealing to President phone directories. 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