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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                2A "lr Kapids C.axette: July -M. IBM Dubuque, Delaware (Continued trom Page l.l Bribery Charge Pondered in Milk A.MKS Tho Iowa Highway Donation Case; Clark Denies Link Drowning Victim's Body Is Recovered Oxford 0 Burned in Explosion AXAMOSA The body of a rescue the boys, but was driven j second drowning victim was re- by Ilie swift current. 1 covered sli 36. of June- Gazette's Leased Wires vices were for the Iowa I senate WASHINGTON Watergate crane party. HO! for his cam-jrcpcr: bribery charges against a d.-ury knowledge of l'ar: said in a cooperative ofncial in cermet- ,jhone ttas when is' Valentine-Sherman !ion with President .Nixon's by telephone increase cf federal milk pr.ce by an aide on Special I'rosecu supports. tor b.-on Jaworski's staff. One co-op oit'icial. who pro- issued raised million for Nixon's mt-r.t to reporters: 1972 campaign. David Parr. "The reference to my cam- pled guilty Tuesday u> con- paign cannot be correct, spiring to donati' corporate "Kurlv in 1971" money and serv-ices illegally to six candidates, including Demo Hubert HuniDhrev and I'asie o; ;he cheeks i.in the amounts of Aug. 1971. i Clark did no; an- nounce his candidacy for I'.S. senater until Feb. Hi. 19721. "I: should be clear by nou ;ha- no Democrat ii; l.iwa over media has ac- had reason to believe corporate I on mam1 oc- funds were involved and no one "Happy To Answer Wilbur Mills. easions. the computer project I ivai fiir the low a Demivratic Clark Campaign ;ls a lt ttac The plea included admission-tablished. paid fur. and well un- by Parr of a S50.000 payment to Ul'r ''arly Valentine. Sherman and As- "It "as not possible for the sociatcs, a Minneapolis com- computer services to be intend- puter firm, for services lo the for m.v campaign since I did "u> iallui Iowa Democratic party, which m" even think about running Parr's statement said were for until the following year. Sen. Dick Clark's campaign. "The story of .his has a ready been Men- m, ,his "mt- I S. huiiua) :H> m iK-ia- ware and Dubinin-.1 counties. tile junction of highways 20 and Iowa 33 and extend to T S highway til A: a corridor public hear- ing, alternates to the planned route were suggested, involv- bypasses, south of Ihors- o tn m i s s i o n staff members. have rec- o in in e n d e d follow ing the alignment of the present road. The. highway, lo be desig- nated freeway 520. is to be a four-lane, divided highway Construction is not scheduled until the 1980s. from Paee His return, apparently eniling the Greek military dictatorship. brought wild rejoicing in the oi.'unirx. In scenes retnimsceii! of Ath- ens a! tin- oral o! World war II. filled the streets in exultation and rejoiced a: the eiul of the strong-man militarv rule. The A i h e n s newspaper Ta said former Premier lleorge Papadopoalos. the man who established the .military regime in !9li7. boarded a plane with Ins wife Tuesday and tied tile country. People shouted, clenched their fists and spat at former deputy Premier Slylianos Pat- takos while he stopped at a gasoline station to fill up his ear. witnesses said. Kriint Command ovn .su.iu tir Miuia aiUi in hole.', at tne base o! Hie _j_ r :and in.-, bruther ueiit unuei dam and remained uaiil it ami w h i le swimming near the on- M.UIHI -trance lu Wapsipuncon state third burns Services (or the Inns, suns boater in hi.-, divers. Jones county and Mrs. Hen Heeker, Ana- 'sheriffs officers. Anamosa will be Thursday at ilt. apparently Draves had searched steadily! ['raver service will be t'el11 and from early Tuesday until Don-'Thi.irsday at (loettsch -N __ aid Becker's body floated to the chapel in Burial will jps _ brother. Brad. Hi. were swim- 20 VKAItS AGO Soviet-con- toi ia. u ming below the dam here with a trolled East Germany broadcast group of friends. that Dr. Otto John. Wer-l (ier- An Illinois deputy sheriff saw man security chief, fled volun- the incident and attempted to tarily to the communist neve mailer i until his of- Tuesdayi or days. She said PBS other Iowa 11emo-'Would tape the debates for re- best of my knowl- broadcast at p.m. '1'datorsh.p, Eng. Gen The strong man of the fallen even if live debate is underway But Clark told The Gazette project Wednesday the computer ser-.sively detailed in the news. The V S I'ntler the situation cleared 'would be called on to broadcast iflice. proceedings Thursday. the rotational system major networks. CBS Dimitrios loannides, was re- ported headed for a front line command on the Turkish fron- tier. sources said Cara- lo end 11 years Paris f' ]H r I_pvi n tn PJlrC "infl MP'lfl In a letter filed with the court. Prpqidnnt Richard Salant' r' i .1 i D les-meni nicnaui g0vcrnment of national unitv I I fl I i 1P s'-sail1 lle had rcccivccl a afler receiving Would Weaken Presidency the day. thc irom prosecution on for a 9 a.m. CDT to theil. barracks ;md lct (Continued from Page 1.) servative Republican, Wednes-jsible cnarges oi bribery andin-jQ a m recess, a run hjs W.IV votes for it as being possible or Questioned the "in connection io 6 p.m. and then an-; ]t appeared that the mihtan probable" lability to govern in the atmos-jthe March 2a. milk hvo llom.s if necessary were keeping their word Fust "Cnnvinncri" of "lmPeadmlc'm poli- support decision." 'starting at 7 p.m. j lo go was loannides the diead wi.nm.iu ,lKS- That increase was ordered by; has the live coverage re-ied and mysterious chief of thc Hogan a candidate for govev-; .McClure criticized Nixon's President Nixon March 25, and. ibmty Fl.uiaj, NBC police who toppled die ir of Maryland said at aligning of a controversial the public announcement Richard ffald said Papadopoulos in a blood Sattefectfen Guaranteed Replacement or Money Refunded nor packed news conference bill opposed by up two clays while a schedule ofiless" coup last "November" and after examining the evidence.iservatives. idential aides obtained confirma-.that [lav-s proceedings. Iran the regime from behind the he is convinced Nixon had com-1 McClure said differing com-ition of Parr's S2 million prom-, J.______i______jscenes. mitted impeachable offensesjmitments on thc bill were given Iise. Parr's group and two sister: u I uUpr He was reliably retorted to and should be removed from of-j by different members of the j co-ops donated S632.500. have submitted his resignation fice. staff. "It must! Tuesday's court proceedings. Native Or Germany "The evidence convinces nis abili'y to govern ef-jbrought the first official state-! that my President has lied re-jfectively and to lead at all intoiment that the Watergate prose-' peatedly. deceiving public question." he said. Jailors also are considering brio- day at a Cedar Rapids hospital FAIRFAX M. Hans Luber, rural Fairfax, died Wednes- American peo-i McChire's statement charges charges against persons in- j following a brief illness. n, a political j mat Nixon's decision to sign the jvo'lved in the affair. Before his retirement, ficials and the said Hogan, a political, conservative and former FBI i services bill results from j agent. Parr was second-in-command i been employed by the Killian (commitments by his staff to j at the nation's largest iC'o. for 38 years as advertising, Addressing a main senators at a lime when dairy-farmer cooperative, until and display manager, during! raised by Nixon defenders. thati'he President himself told was jn an internal which time he won many na-j impeachment would weaken the servatives he had made no such j sriakeup in January 1972. tional awards for his window presidency, Hogan said. "In my; commitment. I He pled to conspiring to displays, view if we do not impeach th'ej A portion of McClure's state-i donate up to 450 in corpo-j Born in Bavaria, Germany, President after all that he hasiment was reati to a newsman rate money and an unspecified he came to the United States in from the army early Wednes- day, tut was refused. Military sources said instead loannides was being assigned to the [northeast front, where Greek he had I armed forces have teen mass- WHAiapBUY ing to fight the Turks if war comes. Twin-pak 60 minute cassette tapes For all your recording needs. Top quality, instant-load cassette tape cartridges at a low, low price. of Reg. 99C ea. tape b-v a done, we would be weakening the presidency even more.1' Hogan said he received two for telephone calls from the White j resignation. House before his news confer- statement fell short of calling ices to six candidates. impeachment or who said the j dollar amount in corporate serv-j 1913 and worked in Wisconsin iuntil coming to Cedar Rapids He admitted giving illegaijin 1916. He was a member of corporate help to Humphrey's 'Trinity Lutheran church. and 1972 presidential cam- In addition to his wife, Lillian. Minnesota [he is survived by a son, Martin j senatorial race, and to Luber, and a daughter, Doris Hospitalized After Crash Paul L. Durabala. 26. of 1004 G avenue NW, Wednesday was in fair condition at Mercy hospi- tal with head injuries suffered Tuesday in a two-car collision. Durabala was injured at p.m. Tuesday at the intersection of Second avenue and Tenth Special 45RPM fop record hits Come see to believe the artists and their great songs we have on sale! A record riot you won't want to miss. Hurry for best buys. 'for Reg. 3 for Met Hostility WetHostimj ence, which he did not return, J0.O.P HsCld RODS antl and one from race. Ford. He said Ford only i1972 presidential effort. Parr j Williams, both of Cedar Rapids; j street SE when the car he was tioned the timing of his an-j also admitted aiding grandchildren, and and another car driven nounccment and did not try to! OOmmenr .of Sen. Abourezk by William E. Sherman. 47. Al- influence him. w ReP- Patrick Hillings] Services: Turner chapel west, jburnett, collided. rhlirman rmr'TS Rcp' Pageicedar RaP'ds- A memorial fund! Police charged Durabala with iR-Okla.) and Clark. has been established. j disobeving a traffic signal Appearing on the house floorisays he agrees with presidential1 o t shortly after his James St. Clair's efforts Hogan met with hostility as well i to keep President Nixon's Wa- as sympathy. He said one'tergate defense on a non-par-! member greeted his arrival I tisan level. j with "let's hear it for Larry Bush said he feels presidential Hogan" followed by a loud rasp- Press Secretary Ziegler made aj berry. mistake in calling the house ju-j He was also denounced byidiciary committee a "kangaroo' White House counselor Eurch, who said Hogan was mo-j "I just don't believe'it." Bushj tivated by his political ambi-jtold newsmen on Tuesday. "I lions. jdon't think it's a witch hunt." At least foul' other committee! The G.O.P. chief stopped Republicans Hamilton F i s h ]s h o r t, however, of saying of New York. William Cohen ofjziegler's remarks about the ju- Maine, M. Caldwell Butler officiary committee's impeach- Virginia and Thomas inquiry were an embar- of indicated to Republicans who1 might vote for impeachment. want to keep the party out of In an effort to assure their .Watergate. Chairman Rodino iD- savj hjs (hi has been letting the four ;doing his fiush s u g g e s-' jlc doyjjtj a trial on impeachment will take: place. He expressed more con-; with before the fall elections. "I'm anxious to get this matter] 3 Minutes after Theft of Car Two 16-year-old boys were ar- Repubhcans provide tions for the proposed art.cles of impeachment that will' be put before the committee for Final Drafting Final drafting was to he. behind this country. Whatever it worked out in secret to do that, fm for." Bush! Wednesday, but it now appears said. "The main thing is lo that only three articles will be ij over quickly." presented, one charging Nixon with obstruction of justice in the-w H Watergate cover-up, one with OUTHS abuses of power for wiretapping American citizens and using the Internal Revenue Service for polilical purposes, and one charging him with contempt of congrcss for refusing to comply rested in a stolen car Tuesday with committee subpoenas. night just three minutes after On ,1 21-lfi vole, the commit- the owner reported it missing. Ice adopted rules that call for The car, owned by Helen voting on each proposed article O'Deen. 217 Seventh street SVY. of impeachment, before going'was taken from her residence 311 to Ihe next one. .She called police at p.m. Rodino has alloled each of the Tuesday lo report the theft. :iS members 15 minutes for gen- I'olicu slopped the car in the cral debate. After that the im- Hint) block of Third avenue HK at pcachmcnt articles will he con- p.m. Tuesday when of- sidered with each member al- fictrs noticed the car matched lowed five minutes debate on the description of the stolen ve- cach article and amendments to hide. them. The youths gave police false If a committee majority rcc- names when arrested. Later the ommends impeachment, Ihe full youths were discovered to be house will then vote with a ma- runaways from the Iowa train-! jorily needed Ihere lo impeach1 ing school for boys. The ywlhsj Nixon. wore taken to the county jail The next step would be a alter police charged them with senate trial. A Iwo-thirris major- larceny of a motor vehicle. ily would be needed in convict. Nixon, removing him from of- 21) YEAHS Senate ficc. 001' Leader Knowland 'Calif.' railed for a compromise to end In another setback for Nixon, llie senate filibuster mi lhc Sen. McClure of Idaho, a con- atomic bill. Shop Thursday 'Til P.M. 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