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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Daily Record C. K. Wedi'ner Higi'. Saturday 11 p.m. Saturday Rainfall Total for July .Normal for July..... through "M) II) Total for 1974 ;t] 49 Barometer, steady Humidity at II pm. Wind direction and vclocitv at' Nixon Defenders Cite Misdeeds of Others 'Continued from l.i chance li. hear the i-vidcncc to .i! on ;i .sultry suniincr guilt '1 lit- President re Toward the end. Kep, Charles elected 20 months ago with the- Sandman i. one nf largest popular vote ever, has "n's firmest allies, said: "All p r o c 1 a i m e d his innocence they have is conjecture. This is _3 throughout the scandal, born most unusual two years aoo when agents of case in the Ins campaign and re national head- ca- quarters the Misdeeds" history of man. to j.ruvo ihc thc .senate uith Democratic and no witnesses." Kep. Delbert Lalla wrathor station at p.m. Saturday K at 'i m p.h. Sun rises sets. Year AJJII Today High, when lie declared in low, 05; rainfall, none. of Nixon's nios' "ulspnken defenders, said after the vote. summed up llto position iif Nixon defenders as not been done. You had members of congress voting on change: "There are plenty of niisdeeds by others but unless HL' predicted the house would Births Mercy ue attribute them to the Pros-1101 impeach lhc President by July 2ti To iliL- families of ident they are not impeaehable tno required majority vote llobinson, Mechanics- offencec "The membership of the house ville, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Mi chad Kollcy, 2470 C street a daughter. July 27 To Mr. ami Mrs Charles Prttit, Palo, a dauxhter. Births Lub's wi'ci.ri.riL- lino Hmrsday. Reliogan cited Ni.oifs Impeachment advocates spent; Olls their day mostly reciting "lhore are" of evidence rather than with :Vxon !overs on broader denunciations of Nixon <-ommiUCC- that characterized open in But Rep. John Seilberling ill-. statements W e d n e s d a v and oh'01 impeachment. "There has been a new wind he said. But he de- to predict what course tor; Edwai-d Smith, 2u3o government arms of lmm rnnrt NE, a son; noiifilas and declared: ,________________ Morrison'' "If we don't 'iavc p -r Eighth street daugh-1in tllcsc vcr.v important invcs-i Kfly: CXTend I 3X tor. 'tigative agencies, then the corej July 27 To the families of Of our country is threatened i Derrick Keystone, a: dauslV.cr; Melvin Krausc, 4312 'All were doing is bringing Hiawatha avenue- NE, a an said Rep Date for Elderly! DES MOINES (AP) Gov. Hiawatha avenue- NE, a an said Rep. Ray said Saturday that he has! 144y: Gcol'ge Uaniclson (D-Calif.) asked Revenue Director Donald i Eighth street, Marion" son. i 'hink thore is sufficient evi-j Briggs to grant a 90-day exten-l i-. warrant the matter I (Earlier Sloiy on Page 5A.) Cctlnr KapiiK Sun., .lull 2S, 1371 Obituaries Marion D. Beaty i, Frederick W. Engborg C .Muses, lie v.as a re- ti, 'he ;nniHT '.ired realtor, a World v.ar I Schlcmm'T in '-ran. a na-mbcr nf Aiueri- if. Ark. can Legion. YT'.V. Mt Mormon 11) d a e ami l-'ir.-.t Lutheran ciiurch. wa u i "can totti me senate n atci ,Vernon cemetery. Friends may members for refusing to detail j and Ihtrieenth avenue separately every alle; against the President within dened by the verdict of the fed- eral jury in Washington, D. C. "This is a tragic event for Ed Reagan said. "I per- sonally have always had con- fidence in his integrity and feel that he did not intentionally do wrong." Reagan selected Reinecke for the second spot in the state gov- ernment in 1969 when Robert Finch resigned to join the Nixon administration. The GOP chief executive said he would 'have no comment on Reinecke's tenure in office until he has had a chance to talk to Reinecke and his attorneys. ._ impeachment articles. "They would never define! allegation! A police report of the accident j that he believe within the I said a car driven by Lisa M. tion wilh the Jarosh, 17, of 1819 Second street Sff, was .turning east onto Thir- gate committee in June, 1973, that he believed his conversa- President the call at the funeral home until previous April 15 had been tape-recorded. The Watergate special prosecutor's office asked the White House for them (the avenue from Second wouldn't be specific, they would'street, when the northbound mo- never refine them Ford said. 'orcyclc ridden by Boyle struck a it exisled.Jhe Reminded that six Rcpubii-tnc right side of the auto. cans on the committee joined; Damage was estimated at the Democrats, Ford said, am disappointed." Ziegler. who reflected nei- to the motorcycle and to the auto. Miss Jarosh was cited for fail- President did not then inform Archibald Cox, who was spe- cial prosecutor, of the record- nl_ ling to yield the right-of-way to' ther surprise .nor disiippou.. ment, had said earlier in the oncoming traffic. day that Nixon would have no ing system that taped most of the President's conversations. The President refused to co- 10 a.m. Monday. The casket will not be open after the ser- vice. Hoover, Charles Arthur Services noon Monday at Turner east by Dr. Arnold Hcrbst of St. Paul's United Methodist church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Military fier- viccs at graveside by Hanford Post American Legion. Friends may call at the funeral home until a.m. Monday. The casket not be open after the service. Bartosh, John J. Services p.m. Mondav at Turner operate fully with the inves- jcast by the Rev. A. J. Stokes tigations of "the special prose- of Interdenominational church. comment on impeachment at Steel Haulers' Strike the present time. i Fourfh chase earlier Saturday, during} Reinecke was found guiltyi The outcome was never in a squad car was involved o[ ,ying to a gj Nixon planned to return to i doubt, but the closest vote dur-in..an accident with a third senate committee aDOut his dis-i Washington Sunday to take cutors, Cox and Leon Ja- Rurial: Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at the funeral (7) Disseminating information received from officers of the de- partment of justice of the Unit- ed States to subjects of inves- tigations conducted by lawfully authorized investigative officers I ing the long, at times bitterly vehicle. partisan debate, came late Sat-! According to police, officers urday afternoon on a motion to delete the ninth and final charge in Article I, which ac- cused Nixon of offering "favora- ble treatment" to Watergate de- and employes of the United in Mch for ,heir ..States for the purpose of or false .and assisting such subjects m: their attempts to avoid criminal 'liability "j3 2, "5 ro" supported the move to drop 'charge the only Democrat toj attempted to slop Frondle at about p.m. when he was recognized as the subject of a warrant for driving with a sus- pended license. The officers pursued him at speeds up to 50 mph from the intersection of Center Point road and Coe road NE to the in- tersection of Twelfth avenue _ 18) Making false or mislead-, brcak ranks on any Fourth street SE, where the 'ing public statements for folll- daySi purpose of deceiving the people of the United States into believ- In addition, three of the Re- ing that a thorough and plelc investigation has been ducted with respect to allega- who voted for im- in the end Fish, and Froehlich j thought the "clemency" charge lions of misconduct on the part of personnel of tho bc cllmlnaled' branch of the United States and On thc final da.v- the commit- personnel of the Committee forllcc rejected all of Flowers' the Re-election of the Presidentjolhcr attempts to eliminate any and that there was no lhp C0lints- either by mcnt of such personnel in votcs or ro11 calls as misconduct; or high as 26 to 11. The motions all car was abandoned. During the chase, the squad car collided with a car driven by Lorraine S. Fisher, 2028 L street SW, at the intersection of Second avenue and Twelfth street SE. Damage was minor, and the officers did not interrupt the chase. At about p.m., Frondle worski, "even to the point of !home.' resisting subpoenas." Dykhuiscn. Jacob Services 3 p.m. Mondav at Turner cast truck drivers: Tnrol'ghout the chronolog- Nichols, ..........................i Rapids Steel1 ical 1'S'ing of Ihe President's !Central Church oC Christ. with former U. S. Ally, command of thc fight it actions and inactions. Doar i Burial: L i n w n o d cemetery. Mitchell concerning an impeachment by the full included the President's re- Fncna.s call at the fimeral T financial commitment to aides said. Haig said the Pres-j Paul shawver 'vice-president' !'eated refusal to tne 1972 GOP intends to be in CRST Drivers voted Sat-! Jutliciary committee with sub- A strike by against Cedar urday to reject the company's poenaed tapes of his conversa- Gen. ITT the planned for San Diego. Reineeke described his trial as a gross miscarriage of jus- sonally review the Watergate j officials has been scheduled, he! And, in connection with the tice and said he will appeal. j evidence which must be j various meetings and discus- Judge Barrington Parkerjdered Tuesday under a supreme Officials of Teamster's Local! sions on June 20, 1372. the im- Ihe striking union, were! peachment counsel noted that [ton for that vote. Aides said Nixon also will No'meeting withun'ioii! tions' directed him to appear at order, local probation office Monday; Youth Critical unavailable for comment. there was an 18'i-minutc gap in the tape of the President's sentencing. The maximum penalty on the single count of thc indictment is 20 YHAKS AGO Southj conversation that day with After GVCle President Syngman! Halclcman home until p.m. Monday. The casket wilt not be open after the service. Blaze Damages Grain, Ductwork Grain and ductwork insulation were damaged by a fire Salur- day night al Corn Sweeteners, Inc.. Waconia avenue SW. j The report of Ihe fire, at iRhpp nninnseri tint in Asi-m' ''Tllc "f lhal Por- p.m.. brought thc district chief, A ifr-ycar-old Cedar Doar noted, "occurred 'lwo engines Ihe rescue squad, a tanker and an aerial pumper to the scene. _ five years in prison and a f ine' youth was taken to an Iowa City j army ol more than two million: (he lapes jn of [hospital in critical condition hacked by U.S. war ma-j possession of thc President's (91 Endeavoring to cause pro- bv Flowers, a con-i servative Democrat who reckless driving, driving With a suspended license, al- 4 Reported Killed in and an automobile coind- son 0[ Ml, KNOXVILLE (AP) At Mrs. Klmcr Burgess. 2313 came to the police station andifour Persons were killed in a Lori drive SW. was injured reported his car missing. head-on car-pickup truck colli-, about. p.m. Saturday. The sion on Iowa 14, north of here.accident occurred in thc 2101) Salurday night, Knoxville of Rockford road SW. urday with head injuries launch a personal secretary." fered when the bicycle be wasjon commlmist china. _________I 30 YKAliS AGO Thc (f.frlnr llnpidi C'iitifWp marines were in control of one- He was promptly charged lhc ranks of Ihe tincom- to- tempting to elude police of- ficers, failing to obey a traffic control device, speeding and six counts of failing to slop al spcclive defendants, and viriuals duly Iried and convict-! I-inin cd, to expect favored and consideration in return fori their silence or false testimony, j Detailed Evidence or rewarding individuals for: sign. their silence or false testimony. val.imls of In all of Ihis, Richard iulcmlcd lo put into the! 21) YEARS AGO Iowa DcnV Nixon has acled in a Support-iocrals for !ln cnd tho contrary lo his trust as evidence for each of on tho llnion shol> lho idcnl and subversive of conslilu-'uinc counls. which lhc and a farm 1'm- lional government, to the greatijdcnl's diehard GOP supportprsjRram wilh Prit'e supn'rls prejudice of Ihe cause of law had demanded in Icnglhy 01) perccnl ol and justice and to Ihe manifest on Friday, injury of Ihe people of thc Unit- Flowers said he believed lin- ed Stales. American people should have a Wherefore Richard M. by such conducl, warrants im- peachment and (rial, and remo- val fronvoffice. critics said. 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