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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kapids Gazette: Thurs.. July 25, 1971 Nine Cover-Up Acts Listed Chief: Internal Probe of Indicted Officers Continues (Continued trom Pa.ee I.) (Continued from 1.) of the Internal Revenue. IRS and a host of other! An intmlal investigation of; challenge Service and the FBI. six considered iikeiy to support impeachment. O'.Neii! iD-M.-ss.V the liemocr.wc in the nouso. 'misdeeds'- lie iisked. Jur-v indictments of five filed by attorneys for the indict-. schools oilVtroit. viwiiee uiiicers is e U unieers. Ihe challense Hep. Smith   dispelled {h h ,he original- claims the jurv was im- and asks" thai -he in- deuce over any generalized claim of confidentiality. i Xixon sought to picture his 'iwal setback in the best light.' dence that ads of he outlying; jficd io f ih- iurv   The chiefs specification of ms dlsscnt; ai-tkm that preserved it." .unvotes." O'Xe.Hsaui. jtion.il speech Wednesday Presentation of the Demo-jsions dvi, 'smkf ,anu, a fear'. u.'" bf. Chairman Rocimo's schedule1 in which he stopped short ciats. ,mission. All five officers have nuvlins; Mondav with 35-memher commitiee'savins he would vote for "Should Nixon ,hoil. t.ilv allomov ami ,in. separate _ and _ unequal xixon "it will ne essen- called for concluding general ipeachment Inn left no doubt debate Thursd.iv night and bothered by Nixon's onto -w.K'O'Kirimtion the Watergate cover-up and S; of obstruction appealed their suspensions, and city attorney ,the commission will hear the He was asked Thursday if the o, i appeals at a date not vet set. 'council instructed him to speci- "Should Richard' _ education, for unless our chil- special circum- ,dren to learn together, of this case not be per- is little hope that our peo- (0 cloud the rights ol ua Tne threat, telephoned to the: mnllps -oe Capitol jwiichboard. forced the catalogue of crimes) however, when the'made by the council. dino to empty the packed room; b'; nJ2inn ;.c'jlit. go under the name Water- for the The chief also declined to police searched fruitlessly- ffli. months' "lie 'warned tint Sate amount to a record of cor-! Slons wore submitted by on whether his case cations is a policy decision to be' Hire as they have unconstitu-rather one of disappointment. for a bomb. Later, after had recessed the proceedings: for the night and the hearing in unequalled in the to "le commission, they [for suspension of the officers is included no specific charges of; weaker than it would have been wrongdoing n b', ,n frustI..ltcdUion's history. and disillusioned if the commit-! olh''r speeches: Each of the he had listed specific charges 'Continued from Page 1.1 room had almost emptied, a adopt" an attitude: that suspended, the wrongdoing against them. .serious consideration in second bomb threat wa: ceived. Again nothing found. The most explosive item in the room was a resolution of- fered by Rep. Donohue CD- calling for JJixon's im- ee aops an aue ae lntl.v afford to im., did not commit himself, but he llons said. because they were in-; "That will have to be argued Pikt- eltner- President and fails toiis a slrong supporter of by the he said.; "Oil Principle" ei.f tio-i of impeachment until it can seek the subpoenaed tapes. get at the truth. Another Midwest Republican, Rep. McClory of Illinois, ex- 11LU. N Ul 1HII1U13, pressed major concerns that he deceived by his clo- peachmcnt on two broad arlic-, les, one based on the Watergate i cover-up and the other charging; .1 N otnu lit ULU fiui uiiiiri him with abusing his powers o evidence bcfore ,he said troubled him. "Some Responsibility" said he did not think peachmem. Said Rodino: "AJ Thursday, LaPeters said "There are all sorts of decisionsj Ziegier also said Nixon resist-'However, he restated the ad- critical question this committee investigation has not been halt-jthe civil service commission Jed surrendering the subpoenaed j ministration view that the coin- ed, jean make." only on grounds of mittec members "should move; Some Doubt and not because hejas swiftly as possible with their must decide is whether the Pros- office. The proposed articles, stil! subject to refinements, were drafted after day-long negotia tions between pro-impeachmem Democrats and seven fence-sit ting members four Republi cans and three Southern Demo crafs. Neither side would say public- ly that the articles as presentee represent an agreement, bui one participant in the negotia- tions said he expects the seven undecided members to support at least one of them. Charges The Watergate article accuses Nixon of acting "directly and personally and through his close subordinates and agents" to ob- struct the investigation of the Watergate breakin. It lists nine specific acts it says Nixon directed to carry out the cover-up including the pay- ment of hush money, the sup- pression of evidence, the misuse of the CIA and the making of "false or misleading public statements in his capacity as President for the purpose of deceiving the people of the Unit- ed States The abuse of power article charges Nixon with authorizing illegal wiretaps, establishing a special investigative unit in the White House to engage in un- lawful activities such as the breakin at Daniel Ellsberg's psychiatrist's office and with tee implicated Nixon in Water- gate, but that the President could not escape some responsi- bility for the many offenses committed by those around him. "Is the office of the presi- dency being operated in the manner intended by the Consti- tution, when under the guise of national security, federal bu- reaucracy, dissatisfaction with the head of the FBI, personal animosities for enemies, we ex- perience burglaries, unlawful wiretaps and bugging, shred- ding and concealment of evi- dence, misuse of the CIA, FBI, Kennedy Saves Five from Sea YARMOUTH, Mass. (AP) ?ive persons, two of them adrift on a rubber raft and three in a 'oundering motorboat off the coast of Cape Cod, were rescued :his weekend by Sen. Kennedy Kenncdv. who was aboard his sest political associates or whether they were in fact carry- ing out bis policies and deci- sions." Rep. Hutchinson of Michigai the senior Republican member and a sure pro-Nixon vote, called for delay until the 64 tapes which Nixon will surren- der become available to the committee. Hutchinson stressed that a charge against Nixon, to justify impeachment, must be of sufficient gravity to warrant re- moval of the Persident from of- fice." Rep. Kastenmeir said he could not accept Nixon's defense that he was acting to preserve the institution of the presidency. "I would argue this fight is designed to save one person Richard he said. Rep. Edwards (D-Calif.) ac- cused Nixon of violating the Constitution "The compact we have with each other that enables us to live together, in peace, to pursue happiness in raising our children, and enjoy- ing our friends. It requires that we treat one another with de- cency and respect when we are at work and when we are at school. It is the cement that "There seems to be somej 20 YEARS AGO Vietminhjfeared they might contain in- doubt if the charges (of thejrebels agreed to deliver 270 sick criminating material, grand jury) will ever be and wounded war prisoners to he explained. 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