Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 21, 1974, Page 5

Cedar Rapids Gazette

July 21, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Daily Record C. R. Weather litf.ll 10 p.m. Salurdav iiainfall Total lor Juh .Normal fur Juh Total lor 1S74 Haronu'ter, rising Humidity at 10 p.m. -St. 'Continued from I'agc i.) the Watergate cover-up is ton-' 'liu- fiiticui fU-uirnl in tin- cover indictment wa.s the a in Hi'- i-M'lll.- ieaii- iilJ uu !u tin' paunen! of i-j'fj.lMt to K llov.ard the 11 i-d Watergate ci.'nspirator, on the night of March 21. 1973. Wind iliivfliun ami jif.i.f t'iair rilt-ii iv- for Christ's :iu.uH ,0 lh, ,ion- tlKlt should be liaxc-tu- weather station at 111 p.m. Saturday. K-SK at in m.p.h. nuim.y Sun rises Monday. .-mi s, :tlsu sets, mony of John Dean before the AKO 'luilay lliyh. Til; Watergato committee low. 07; rainfall. .UI. .llld tho jury n- ,1 lhat Dean had said his March 21 merlin" will. Nixon had ended July old llurris, linii.-.n.-i inconclusively on the question of a the payment to Hunt. July To the fan.ili.-s of A C'L. 0 r ,1 i to committee Diliiny Kudtl. enlei' Poml son; Jerry Sedlurk, 4-lill siir- "lenihers, Dean told the JiKlici- roy conn, Alarum, a .-mi. ary committee in closed te.sti- mony last week that, perhaps, a Decision to pay the money had Consislentlv Tried i j.1 Let s bo D. c births bt. Lukes le NE, a son; I.onnie Oliphunt, Tod d vi 1 le. a son: Vincent nudok. i-oiue -2. Marion, a si. Clair insisted throughout ilaughR-r; Robert M. Siirins- -ifipr nun, Klli-- l.o'.ilcvartl NW Ini "M -Ll" a daughter. '.March 21. consistently. July 20 _ Jlr. and Mrs. tried to get to the bottom of the James Johnson' Walcrfi eovclHlp. iivcnno N ;i or Iowa Deaths ling by his trusted aides, St. Uecorah G. declared, Nixon removed 77. Monday at at Wash-: them from office, ington Prairie church. Steine's. Tvjjxon, according to Si. Glair's: r- .I brief, encouraged Jeb Stuart; thcran church. Steine's. jMagruder to "come forward" Dccnrah Eileen i with evidence during the inves- Sccylc. 26. Sunday at indicated this led to Ohjon-Fjclstul s. Burial: um-aveling of the Radians serving with the U. N. Hopkinton Chaunccy B.jcase. peace-keeping force in Cyprus i Carson, 72. Tuesday at 10 at! On other allegations of presi-jreceived minor wounds. The U.' First Presbyterian church. wrongdoing, St. Glair! N. has kept its force on Cvprusi tation after 10 Monday all 6 fa. i -i Goettsch's. Iowa City Leo J. Phillips, 70. Monday at 10 at St. Pa- trick's Catholic church. Eosary i Continued from Page 1.) 'iie record proves it. 'ne tape the President was worri- more than a year "Wi-li, a-; 1 tol'J you. v.t do know have one problem: I'.'s Tin- (-fil-.tr Sim.. Jnlv 3A Mrs. John Sinar-r I bj MIL'.'J. in Katherlne Barker unneriy m Ccuar Hajiids. at iier no me in iiniiii. Texas. She was born :n Arkansas, and ihurned Kauunnd I'. er liarker v.as a re- her hu.-hand. Mrs. Kaihryn of Heaaninnt. (irave-idi- Monday 'i' a ii; ai iiiil ceineSei by iho Kev. Allan I'aw- I'Yiei.ih may call at the liealty-lienrlf chape! aller 7 p.m. Memorial Services rarrii- I.. Muntiir iii" City Briefs Larry Brannaman's Siberian Huskie "Tasha" is obviously ready to go as soon as Bran- naman, 445 Twenty-second street NW, finishes hooking his boat to his vehicle. Brannaman, his family and Tasha had been boating on the Cedar river Saturday afternoon and were at the boat ramp when sported by the photographer. {Continued from Page 1.) Clash Again at (Continued from Page 1.) Sunday 8 at Donahue's where friends may call after 3 Sunday. for 10 years seeking to maintain; Seven more persons were ar-itary readiness, but not as much that I was telling him to cover: made the following arguments: Nixon would have been "dere- lict" in his duties if he had not authorized both the 19G9 wire- tapping program and the 1971 "plumbers" unit in an effort tojstin booming at the "end of Unpeople. peace between the island's Tur-j rested Saturday night in river- kish minority and Greek majori-j front park in Cedar Rapids, con- j tinning a week-long confronta- Mr.-. v.a-: a o! i-, liia! r's I'iiM Church ol .Scieiiti.st a point, bin in in C'-iiar and v.a-: a '.'.hole nieinrjer u! Krlji.-kah sat liien- and Survivinu an- a .luiiu. ;t cov-r-up a t f r o o and iv.o grand- r nol he said, childri-n. "We did talk about i! on the Service-: Ci-flar M.-mona: a; twenty-firsl. That's a lough con- p.m. Monday a n-adei versalioM. ex- plains it iie v. iii At lhat point, the 1 .iighed. I lliink v.i.' vive Ilia! too.'1 lie -'aid. "Yeah, absolutely.'1 Xiegler replied. "We'll survive it all." llaldeman. present for part of lhe Nixon-Dean meeting, has l.inda llig h street and drama- balance" as a Watergate grand jury, after damaged recently. ho 'lddcd: is hearing a tape of the meeting. will remain an ally of (he indicted llaldeman for perjury Wheels Taken -Steven Moore is and will remain on that point largely on the Klinger sireet SW. said I wo ally u1' lhe L'- s- Jt is in lhc basis of listening to the tape. chrome wheels valued at SIHfl the Greek and of the were taken from his garage. Turkish people to insure that dreece remains an ally of Tur- key as enemies they stand to lose all.'' ''Deplores Pressures" Scali also declared the U.S. 'How are you old buddy, "deplores the pressures to the Turkish and for which must bear a heavy Frank C. Brown Of responsibility." The final resolution was draft- "Block Trail" i In the June 4 tape, Nixon ad- milted he had told Dean that they had to block the Watergate I trail before it got to Haldeman i and John Ehrlichman. And more Wallet Lifted By 'Old Buddy' i nuu (in. wu uiu Men ores the nrp j intervene in the dispute be-j than a half-dozen times hc eon- said lhe man.' putting his arm I Itwcen the two NATO nations, i ceded Dean might have drawn ,lround (hc "c, Kissinger said that the conclusions. A fCH, mjnulcs ,ater lhc jets had heightened their mili-j "I suppose he could say there; man as they did during the Arab- up, wouldn't you say. for Hal-: discovered Israeli war last October. He said that he sent a message to Nicosia's heavy guns werejtion between police and Soviet leaders at a.m. CDT and no answer had been Nixon asked Zieglcr. been picked "Dean could go out, Sunday. "plumbers" unit m an ettort t0istill booming at the end of Unpeople. ICDT and no answer had been said (sic) that he. uh. could Arthur (Amc-jstop national security leaks. and a pall of smoke hung! Qnce again, officers and [received, probably because of probably say that he told the Otohn8'Lutliei-an Churchneitlier case, did Nixon order the city. i youths dashed near the west tne lime difference. The lioti President about all this and nhihiv snmp iniTtifipitinn iml as an unspo obably some ]ust.ticat.on, and fold contamed lwo checks and id (sic) that he. uh. could 5330 in cash omnon DJ the council casn. Ferry road J his pocket had !ed by the v Austria, Peru, Britain and France but was in- as an unsponsored res- president, Ambassador Javier Perez de Brown told police his bill- jtroduced Visitation at Schultz', Ivlonona. Mechanicsvilie Bessie L. Lovell, 85. Services: 2 p.m. Tuesday, Horner's. Visitation after 6 p.m. today. JMillersburg George Ken- neth Richards, 7a. Sunday at 2 at Best's luneral chapel, North English. Burial: Sigourney cemetery. Monlicello Leona Jobnson Leggett, 68. Monday at 10 at Zion Am e r i c a n Lutheran church, Wyoming. Visitation at Goettsch's, Monticcllo, until a.m. Monday. Monticcllo Mrs. John P. Willms, 88. Monday at at Zion Lutheran church. Visitation after 10 Sunday. Goettsch's. tional Telephone and Telegraph Corporation did not result from stranded tom.ist, a promised campaign Thc Greek army contingenl tion. The President was under no stationed on the island under treaty provisions is believed to legal duty to respond to the numbcr Ij250 men A sworn testimony on the case by Richard Kleindienst and John Mitchell, since neither has been charged with perjury. idents and several thousand jcused of crossing the First ave- jnue bridge other than at a crosswalk, and a 17-year-old was charged with possession of beer and resisting an officer. Lyle W. Tiegen, 18, of 806 Fifth street SE, Zelda Zerba, 18, of 806 Third avenue SE, and Turkish force numbers 650 men. Under similar agreements, Britain has two bases on Donald Forrester, 20, of 2918 Cyprus, manned by men. JDalcwood avenue SE, were Unconfirmed Turkish with resisting execution The. President's, decision, to; raise milk price supports in 4Q tanks and proccss_ I was divorced from a campaign! had come gshore sajd {h (hc AlontlCClln MlcnaCl K. j pledge by milk producers. Inaratrnnnoi-o inrf c f) 1 rf i n r tj'vnilths Husmann, 2-1. Monday at ana s o la i c i b joums at Congregational church. Visi- tation after 7 Saturday. Goettsch's. Mr. Vernon Martha Lab- man, 74. Monday at at Morgan's where friends may call after 2 Sunday. Memorial fund established. M, that the! Internal Revenue Service actu-j the bridge area, I brought in by helicopter and but that they refused. Kevin ally harassed administration en- 1 landing boats. Shaw, 18, of 1333 A avenue NE, emies, even though there were While the Turks controlled thejand a 15-year-old girl were ac- Europe and the 6th fleet was jand no reason for Nixon to have moving closer to Cyprus. But acied to clear UP the scandal he cautioned that this was not a provocative action, merely a move to evacuate Americans in Cyprus if nec- essary. He said there were no plans for military intervention by the U. S. and he did not foresee! Nixon was glum. Should Have Reacted" the formal session, Scali accused the Soviet Union of delaying the appeal, charging 'that "the Soviet attitude is not helpful." Sought Dclav Turkey, which is not a j Two men with handguns of tne council, sought a :up lhe attendant at the in thc Turkish am- I should have reacted Osman olcay twenty-first of March, aclu-jroad NE about midni ht Satur. newsmen that before acting the ally; he said. Dean snouldn j council should hear Rauf Denk- havc had- to come to me withj were stm head of the Turkish- (ha inThohnai'rnrtho1.. I ____ __-, i any chance of sending troops j ne djd. to the island. He said U. S. arms aid to both countries i p lu nviv; OLIII in v tout; aunt: the 'cancer in the heart of armed robbery a[ jCypriot community and vice- which, to his and u. wgs unknown of the island under Kyrenia-Nicosiaicused parking rules ,ong war off until peace was secured, and he doubted that cither Greece or Turkey had the arsenals to conduct a much, if any, money was taken. jMakarios. Nonetheless, Nixon blamed. Officers said no one was hurt. Olcay described Denktash as Dean for his troubles andi They believe the robbers fled on! 'ne only legitimate authority re- John Mitchell, his former attor-1 foot. ney general and campaign man-i co no refusing to leave after the 10j reported in the port time........ North English John A.: !Kyrenia 'itself. An enclave of! Some 30 persons were milling Van Aukcn, 96. Monday atijail YY O tTl 9 H i Turkish Cypriote at Kyreniai the area when police I! Unlike other nights, of-i OTd i I0n Ruth Bacon 82 IT points for Turkish paratroopers. United Methodist church.j Burial: South English. Powell's. Monday at 2, United Methodist church. Bellas-Wrights' otic. Siffournry Tav- A continued drive southward to Larnaca on the south coast would cut the island A Cedar Rapids woman land- ed in jail Saturday night after _H........., _ Jano M Hcr_ police went to her home looking man? 79. Monday at in. St. j for a runaway from the boys' Joseph's Catholic church. Ttosa-jtraining school at Eldora. ,drive, the Turks' military parti-. Harden's Helen Thompson, 44. of 206.lion of Cyprus would put them! Springvillc __ James Story i Twenty-ninth street NE, was'in a strong bargaining position I 8S. Services Tuesday at charged with assault. She was] for political partition. i said, the young people were not harassing motorists. To Close I maining in Cyprus, and said ef- forts were being made to bring him to New York. He said his country's inter- vention was "aimed at restoring and it would welcome middle. If they mounted such a through the; Worn an oerious ager at the time of the Water- Q h Senfe f gate bugging. a "I didn't want to burn Mil-; 5 Koreans Commuted chell Nixon said. "The: SEOUL (AP) Death penal- key lo this thing, Ron. is Mit-jties for dissident poet Kim Chi- the return of Makarios as pres- chell. Always been the key. You; ha and four others convicted Provided lle guaranteed haven't had a cover-up. anti-government plot werejthe r'Shts of lhe Turkish minori- did it. He didn't do it for Hal-j commuted to life terms Satui '5 deman and Ehrlichman. He tun-'dav. 6 r SSaU OpOUSeiAuB--- i Ti1 Springville Methodist, to the Linn county jail in' Prior to Cyprus' i A Cedar Rapids woman wasi The Iowa drivers license sta-jintelligible) himself. He did it Defense Minister Suh Jong- lion in Marion will close at 7-45 for 'Jollrl chul reviewed their sentences, p.m. weekdays 15 minutes ear'-! But Nixon said hc understood'-passed by a special militaij than i 'whv Mitchell disclaimed rcspon- court set up to crack down on than at picsenf, anrf sajd hc demanding a moie 'done the same thing himself. liberal democracy in South Jim Fetters, acting director of, I Korea. the drivers license division of "That's the Tragedy" "d- "That's the tragedy of hospital Saturday nightj '.ini0 at 1 1 Tuesday. turned over to the youth bureau. Toledo Ralph Ti. __ 70. Monday at 2. Hender.son'.s. I Wellman Waldo Smith. Services pending at Powell's. i _., PITP TITe Causes Damage NaMissSpam To Entire House Fire and smoke caused con-: sirierabie damage Saturday! WATERLOO Suh said the commutations i were made because the five had whole he said. "Mitchell i shown deep repentance for their never step up to offenses in the course of their suppose, would you? No J trials. mer attorney general and say you bugged? 1 before noon was Tyanne Amelia1 Fellers said the Lucas. 2G, of 2752 Iowa avenue rnvmd 'can work more Hum 40 hours a say: Forecasts Jeane Dixon's midyear forecasts will be carried in section A of next Sun- day's Gazette. She offers comment on Watergate, congress and the Presi- dent, other political is- sues, both national and foreign, and on individ- uals. Drive Safely I Saturday night police arrested, i g imc her husband George Lucns, 29 and a I would slep up and, and charged him with assault, 11 i n e r a n t drivers license i i i 11 i i

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