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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa C. R. Weather High Saturday p.m. Saturday Nixon Defenders Cite I Misdeeds of Others -'Continued from Page I.) I chance to hear the evidence to at twilight on a sultry summer | hdp the™ dec'ide Nixon’s guilt Saturday. }J4 The 61-year-old President, re ll p.m. Saturday    6<i    ,,|(‘cted    20 months ago with the Rainfall .    None    Ia[fiest,    popu,ar,v?!° ?ver* has Total for July ..............I.55 Normal for July........... 3    58 Normal through July ..... 2(1.19 Total for 1974 ........31,49 Barometer, steady ....... 30.01 Humidity at ll p.m.    86 Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather .station at ll p.m. Saturday E at 6 m p h. or innocence. Toward the end, Hep. Charles Sandman (R-N.J.), one of Nixon’s firmest allies, said: “All proclaimed his innocence they have is conjecture. This is throughout the scandal, born going to be the most unusual two years ago when agents of case in the history of man. his campaign burglarized and They’re going to prove the bugged the national head- whole case in the senate with quarters of the Democratic faPes and no witnesses.” party. Sun rises Monday, 5:57; sets, 8:29. Year Ago Today — High, 77; low, 65; rainfall, none. Rep. “Others’ Misdeeds” Charles Wiggins essentially summed Rep. Delbert Latta (R-Ohio), one of Nixon’s most outspoken |, defenders, said after the vote. “I would say that justice itself chael Kelley, 2470 C street SW, a daughter . July 27 — To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pettit, Palo, a daughter. Births — St. Luke's sun Calif.) ______....... the- position of Nixon danders has ™,t be,cn donc- Y<IU had when he declared in one ex- members of congress voting on change: -There are plenty ot something they had not seen.” D. ,    misdeeds by others but unless He predicted the house would births —Mercy we attribute them to the Pres-not impeach the President by' July 26 — To the families of ident they are not impeachable die required majority vote. Wayne Robinson, Mechanics- offenses ”    “The membership of the house Ville, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Mi- , chment advocates    knows the make-up of this com- their day mostly reciting details ■ !n,ttce> heNsa,d' There are" ' of evidence rather than with the l.°° many H'Mn lovers on the, broader denunciations of Nixon commi ee* that characterized opening ^eP- d°hn Seilberling (D-statements Wednesday and ohio, predicted impeachment. July 26 — To the families of Thursday    “There has been a new wind Charles Wesbrook. 1108 K saa-•    blowing for some years in street SW, a son; Vernon Ames, Rep. Hogan cited Nixon’s a1- nnorJL »» hn aih Hnt t a HR2, Marion, a son; Gary leced misuse of the FBI and 0 nkrtsS- he said. But he de-Kramer, Monticello, a daugh- ,,    .    ,    ,    ,    ,    , , dined to predict what course ter; Edward Smith, 2030 Glass oth(T government arms of law, the    would ta^e road NE, a son; Douglas Fuller, and declared:    ____________ ^daughter;** Edward Merton. ““ we d»nH have confidence R    r ,    ,    J 921 Eighth street SW, a daugh- in these ver.v important inves- l\ay. Extend I ax tor.    tigative agencies, then the core    4.    X CU I July 27 — To the families of of our country is threatened.” ! LJcit© FOP ti I Cl © r IV Drrrirk Pirkrrinp Kov^tnnp n daughter; Melvin Krause, 4512 “AP we’re doing is bringing DELS MOINES (AP) - Gov. Hiawatha avenue NE, a son;Jan accusation,” said Rep. Ray said Saturday that he has Roger Mid th u n, Vinton, a George Danielson (D-Calif.) “I asked Revenue Director Donald Eighth itkctMario^a son ' 'hink lhere is sufficient evi- Briggs to grant a 90-day extern dence to warrant the matter being tried.” The Cedar Rapids Cia/etle: Sun., July 28, 1971 3A Obituaries Marion D. Beaty Marion D. Beaty, 73, of I Frederick W. Engberg 109 Frederick William Engberg, Second street SW, died late Fri- 83, a lifelong resident of Cedar day after a short illness.    Rapids, died Saturday evening He was born Dec. 7, 1900, in in Jlallmar following a long ill-Belle Plaine. He was a member ness. of the United Auto Workers and He was born Feb. 21, 1891, at an employe of Cherry-Burrell white City, Kan. and was mar- Corp. for 20 years prior to his pied at Oelwein to the former retirement,    Elizabeth Moses. He was a re no was married to the former tired realtor, a World war I vet-Cecelia Holubar Schlemmer in cran, a member of the Amorini) at Pine Bluff, Ark.    can Legion, VFW, Mt. Hermon Survivors in addition to his If> d g e and First Lutheran wife are a daughter, Rosemary church. He was an honorary Ruzicka, Cedar Rapids; four lifetime member of the Cedar sons, Richard and Frank, Cedar Rapids Board of Realtors. Rapids and Larry and Jack, of Surviving are a daugher, Mrs. California; a stepdaughter, ,pD. Weimor, Cedar Rapids: a Carol Foshe, Cedar Rapids; a son- -John. Downers Grove, 111 ; stepson, Jerry Schlemmer, of a sister. Klin Engberg, Linds LaMeda, Calif.; five sisters, k°rg, Kan., and six grand-Mrs. Cleve Morris, Walker; children. Mrs. Earl Fazel, Center Point;    Services 10:30 a m. Tuesday Mrs. Kenneth Thompson, LaSal- a* Turner east by the Rev. Ie, Colo.; Mrs. Troy England ^on Nelson, First Lutheran and Maxine Lewis, Cedar church. Burial: Cedar Memori-Rapids; and three brothers, Ar- aL Friends may call at the fu-chie, Cedar Rapids; Herbert, of n<*ral chapel after noon Sunday New Mexico; and Henry of and unld am- tuesday. rIhe California. Mass of Christian burial: Tuesday, 9 a.m., St. Patrick’s I Catholic church by the Rev. Martin Laughlin. Burial: St. Bad News UPI Telephoto Fires sion to elderly and disabled (Earlier Stony on Page 5A.) 6:05 p in. Saturday, backfire    j on„ Undecided through auto carburetor at 3733 First avenue SE.    Two    members who had been [owans who ,if [or o-H- sssrsacsrs ^ »■—■ Cascade — Joseph Horsfield, voting that they would vote to 69. Monday at 10:30, St. John’s ri,ar£?p thp prPsidpnt Catholic church,' Placid. Visita- cnar8e ine 1 resident. lion at Devaney’s after 7 Satur- Rep. Walter Flowers (D-Ala.) said in quiet, emotional tones that his vote would hurt some California Lf. Gov. Ed Reinecke pauses to buy a newspaper before entering U.S. district court in Washington Saturday. He (was found guilty of perjury. day Iowa City — Robert A. Pot ter, 47, a former Tipton resi-,. .    ,    ,    ,    ,    .    ... dent. Services ll a.m. Monday fiends    deeply,    but    I    probably at Beckman-Butherus funeral have    enough    pain    for    them    and home, Iowa City. Friends may me." call at the funeral home after 9 Ray, in a letter to Briggs, noted that original estimates showed the new law would channel some $17 million in property tax breaks to low income elder- Reagan: Tria Of Reinecke Is 'Tragic' to homeowners Governor Ronald ly and disabled and renters. But applications to date count for only $13 million.    is    a “tragic event.” The deadline for application:    State    Controller President Nixon “tends make it a partisan issue.” The vice-president said if the full house of representatives considers impeachment solely rjnnnnn •ji“on the facts” they will vote it Reagan said d Saturday that the perjury con- ac- viction of Lt. Gov. Ed Reinecke ,    ,    . lawn of his suburban Virginia Houston house, Ford said he remains SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - vote for impeachment, because for the tax benefits was set by Flournoy, who defeated Rein- convinced the President is in- “an analytic of thp nviripnm    T,,iiv    *»i     i._    2..    T________•_______ r    nooenf.    of    any    imnpachahlp    of- 'Nixon—    Car-Motorcycle Accident Injures Danny Boyle, 25 Danny Boyle, 25, of 1607 First avenue SE, was reported in good condition at Mercy hospital Sat- At a news conference on the urda-v n*8ht with a fractured leg suffered in a ear-motorcycle accident. The accident occurred at a.m. Sunday. Masonic rites at Rep. bish said he, too, would 7:30 p.m. Sunday. ii<rt/n59TServices• ^Saturday at lr™    J*    laW    for July 31* Howevcr» fhcre'ecke in the June primary for    of    any    impeachable    of-    about    3;20    at    the    intcrsec. IO atSt ^ Mary’s 1^ Catholic from ^ proceedings has led is a provision to allow the reve-1 the Republican gubernatorial fense-    i    tion    of    J    street    Second    street - - -    me    to    this inescapable conclu-jnue director to grant an exten- nomination, said he was sad-    ^----—*i~i    * church. Sordcn’s sion. —Text— (Continued from Page I.) Albert Jenner, associate committee counsel, said that “it’s al sad day in the history of the! country. “It’s sad that a time would come when there would be a vote, even in committee, to im-(5) Approving, condoning, and peach a President,” he told! acquiescing in, the surreptitious newsmen as he left the Rayburn payment of substantial sums of j office building. sion of up to three months. Watergate force and mittees. special prosecution congressional com- Reports Car Missing, Ends Up in Jail A Cedar Rapids man went to dened by the verdict of the federal jury in Washington, D. C. Ford attacked Democratic payment vi auuaidiiitdi suiiia    .    I    thp    nnlirn    elation    Saturday    pup-    uemucraiS, money for the    purpose of obtain-!    But “it’s a    great    country,”    he;nin£/jft    rPnnrt    his car missing lFi.nch resigned to join the Nixon am disappointed, ing the silence    or influencing    added. “Ar the testimony    of    witnesses, po-    P r 0 c e s s -i*—- individuals    country has    been    strengthened    under    *3,650    bond And the constitutional I t0 report his car missing has worked. The and *2™!^ ,n.the coun,y ^ tential witnesses or who participated in such unlaw-jby that fact, and so has the ful entry and other illegal activ- presidency.** Closest Vote ities. (6) Endeavoring to misuse the Central Intelligence Agency, an agency of the United States. Police said Steven R. Frondle, 19, of 908 Sixteenth avenue SE, was the subject of a ten-minute chase earlier Saturday, during members for refusing to detail    ^ Thirteenth avenue SW, separately every allegation    A police report of the accident “This is a tragic~event for Ed against the President within the said a car driven by Lisa M. Reinecke,” Reagan said. “I per- impeachment articles.    Jarosh, 17. of 1819 Second street I sonally have always had con- “They would never define; SW, W8s turning east onto Thir-, fidence in his integrity and feel them (the accusations), they feenth avenue from Second that he did not intentionally do wouldn’t be specific, they would street. wrhen the northbound mo-wrong.”    never refine them ” Ford said, torcycle ridden by Boyle struck Reagan selected Reinecke for j Reminded that six Republi-    .side    ot    the auto, the second spot    in    the    state    gov-'cans on the committee joined    Damage was estimated at ernment    in    1969    when    Robert!the Democrats, Ford said, “I    $290 to the motorcycle and $100 to the auto. Miss Jarosh was cited for failing to yield the right-of-way to oncoming traffic. 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. Reinecke was found guilty The outcome was never in. a squad car was involved,satUrday of lying to a U. S (7) Disseminating information |jsan deba, came ]a(e Sa{. received from officers of the de-1 doubt, but the closest vote dur- jin .an bident ing the long, at times bitterly I chicle. According to police, Ziegler, who reflected neither surprise nor disappointment, had said earlier in the day that Nixon would have no comment on impeachment at the present time. Nixon planned to return to with a third senate Committee about his dis- Washington Sunday to take Steel Haulers’ Strike Enters Fourth Week A strike by truck drivers ,    .    j    * m .»    ,,    .    .    against Cedar Rapids Steel cussions with former U. S. Atty. command of the fight against Transpor( apparcnt|v starts its officers | Gen. Mitchell concerning an impeachment by the full house, four(h wecktJ^av ' partment of justice of the Unit-[jr?a,y a(l^rn°01} 0" a n’oti™ *?|?!(f1n!lpiei.to S,0p Jr°!!dle at|ITT ,inancial commitment to aidcs sa.d. Haig said the Pres- Pau| shawver"^vice-president cd States to subjects ITinvlf^l PJS?\ whichac-rX^ a^he^biec? oT“a fc .VIL    ftaUote    "    as    ®    of CRST, said drivers votedSat- tieatinns rondiiptM hv lawfully g .    ’    ac-■ recognized as the subject of a; planned tor San Diego.    ton for that\ote.    urday to reject the company»s| authorized investigative officers u?SCd N!XOn I J"? “favora- warrant for driving with a sus-1 Reinecke described his trial Aides said Nixon also will per- proposal. No meeting with union and emDloves of the United',)leJtreatn?ent to Watergate de-pended license.    las a gross miscarriage of jus-sonally review the Watergate officials has been scheduled, he! for thp mi Af |^endants m exchange for their The officers pursued him at tice and said he will appeal. j evidence which must be surren- said. Tind eLd!jtirJ surr^ihippf1® Sllcnce or false testimony. I speeds up to 50 mph from the    Judge Barrington Parker;dered    Tuesday under a supreme! Officials of Teamster’s Local! *    On that 23-15 roll call, Flowers I intersection of Center Point    directed him to appear at a    court    order. supported the move to drop the road and Coe road NE to the in- j local probation office Monday charge the only Democrat to tersection of Twelfth avenue    morning for a presentencing inbreak ranks on any vote during and E’ourth street SE, where the    terview. No date was set for sentencing. In addition, three of the Re-1 During the chase, the squad    The maximum penalty on the publicans who voted for im- oar collided with a car driven their attempts to avoid criminal liability. (8) Making false or misleading public statements for the the four days. purpose of deceiving the people of the United States into believing that a thorough and com- ...    ..    .    .    |    peachment    in the end — Fish, by Lorraine S. Fisher, 2028 L plete invesbgation has been con- ^^^ ^ FroehUch J street SW, at the intersection of ducted with respect to    the    “clemency” charge Second avenue and Twelfth street SE. Damage C.R. Youth Critical After Cycle Accident Rapids! 238. the striking union, unavailable for comment. were tion« of misconduct on the part . Vj i i* i • ,    I    ,    IU    *:    should    be    eliminated, ^of personnel of the executive branch of the United States and personnel of the Committee for the Re-election of the President, and that there was no involvement of such personnel in such misconduct; or (9l Endeavoring to rouse prospective defendants, and indi- On the final day, the committee rejected all of Flowers’ other attempts to eliminate any of the nine counts, either by i voice votes or bv roll calls as was minor, and did not interrupt the the officers chase. At about 6:30 p.m., Frondle came to the police station and 20 YEARS AGO — South Korean President Syngman single count of the indictment is! A 16-year-old Cedar Rapids!ProP°sed an Asten five years in prison and a fine youth was taken to an Iowa (’ityiai ut} of more than two million of $2,000.    [hospital in critical condition Sat-men, backed by U.S. war ma- - I urday with head injuries suf- teriel, launch a “counterattack” ii Rpnnrfpd Killpfl in *<’I1e wlu u l!l<’ b'°ycl(‘ 1)0 on communist China. 4 rtcJJUnCtl IVIHcu 111 riding and an automobile collid-    _____ Crash Near Knoxville edRkkev son „f Mr niCKty nuige.s.s, SOU OI iVir. -E&tabllshM In WfcV The Gazette Co. KNOXVILLE (AP) — At least and Mrs. Elmer Burgess, 2313 a™ pumi*d*><i nonv and sunday at soo four persons were killed in a Lori drive SW, was injured hiffh as rn to ll The motions ail (reported his car missing.    I    head-on car-pickup truck colli-, about 3:15 p.m. Saturday. The were made bv Flowers . con- He was promptly charged slon on lowa 14- nor,h of h(’r(' accident occurred in the 2100 sedative Democrat who was;with reckless driving, driving Saturday night, Knoxville auth-j block of Rockford road SW j- ,    . ..    .    ..    .among the ranks of the uncom-Wlth a suspended license, at-k11*6* «•“*•    I Driver of the car was Samuel victuals duly tried and convict- mH|od regarded as leaning to. tempting to elude police of-! cd, to expect favored treatment w#rd imm,achment    beers, failing to obey a traffic! I control device, speeding and six to stop at a able* 20 YEARS AGO — lowa Denf-a manner public record detailed support- (MTa,s called for an end to the and consideration in return for their silence or false testimony,    Detailed    Evidence    [counts of failing or rewarding individuals foi Plowers’ motions    to    strike J    sign* their silence or false testimony. ■ varjoiis paragraphs of charges In all of this, Richard M. ' seemed intended to put into the Nixon has acted in contrary to his trust as Pres ing evidence for each of the1 ^an 0,1 die union shop in the ident and subversive of constitu- nine counts, which    the    Pres-    and endorsed a fat rn pro tional government, to the great .dent’s diehard GGP supporters    tf1,"n    "l!^    C,0I)    P'U’e supports prejudice of the cause of law had demanded in lengthy debate    a* ^    percent    of    parity, and justice and to the manifest on Friday, injury of the people of the Unit Flowers said he believed the American people should have a The pickup reportedly caught Dean Fountain, 20. of 2907 Wa-fire and burned. No other dr- veland drive NW. ails were immediately avail- The accident is under investigation. Always A Welcome Gift! Planters with Green Foliage Terrariums PIERSON'S** 1800 Ellis Blvd. NW FLOWIRPHONE 366-1826/* Third avr- SE, Cedar Rapids, lowa S2406. Second class postage paid at Cedar Rapids, lowa. Subsc I ipt'on rates by car nor 9S r nits a week By moil: Night Edition and Sunday 6 issues St *S a month, V’9 OO a year A* ternoon Editions and Sunday J issues J3.I5 a month, S40 OO a year. Other states and U S. territories $60 OO a year Na Moil Subscriptions accepted In areas having Colette carrier servlet. t hp Associated Pins is entitled exclusively to the use for republic ation ot oil the local news printed in this newspaper os well at all AP news dispatches. casket will not be opened after the service. Wilbur LeRoy O’Bannon Wilbur LeRoy O’Bannon, 39, John’s cemetery. Christian J 0f 609 Ninth avenue SE) died wake    service:    Monday,    7:30    Friday at Oakdale following a p.m.,    at Kuba    funeral    home    ]ong illness. east, where friends may call a lifelong resident of Cedar after 3 p.m. Sunday.    Rapids, he was    horn May 19, --1935 an(j was a    self-employed auto reconditioned He was a Korean war veteran. Surviving are a daughter, Tri-cia Ann, Cedar Rapids, and his parents, Mildred O’Bannon, New York City, and Wilbur L. O’Bannon, Pensacola, Fla. Services at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Turner east by Dr. LeRoy White of Mt. Zion Baptist church. Burial: Oak Hill cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral chapel after IO a.m. Monday and until 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Busenbark, Tolie N. — Services 10:30 a.m. Monday at Turner east by Dr. Arnold Herbst of St. Paul’s United Methodist church. Burial: Mt. Vernon cemetery. Friends mav call at the funeral home until IO a.m. Monday. The casket will not be open after the service. Hoover, Charles Arthur —- Services noon Monday at Turner east by Dr. Arnold Herbst of St. Paul’s United Methodist church. Burial: Cedar Memorial. Military services at graveside by Hanford Post 5, American Legion. Friends may call at the funeral I home until 11:30 a.m. Monday. The casket will not be open after the service. Bartosh, John J. — Services 1:30 p.m. Monday at Turner east by the Rev. A. J. Stokes of Interdenominational church. Burial:    Cedar Memorial. Friends may call at the funeral i home. Dykhuisen. Jacob — Services 3 p.m. Monday at Turner east by the Rev. Penny Nichols, Central Church of Christ. Burial: Linwood cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home until 2:30 p.m. Monday. The casket will not be open after the service. Blaze Damages Grain, Ductwork Grain and ductwork insulation were damaged by a fire Saturday night at Corn Sweeteners, Inc., 1350 Waconia avenue SW. The report of the fire, at 6:44 p.m., brought the district chief, two engines the rescue squad, a tanker and an aerial pumper to the scene. The fire was apparently caused by an overheated grain dryer and was confined to the dryer. The grain continued to smolder, and firemen did not leave the plant until 9:18 p.m. —Door— (Continued from Page I.) did not report that allegation to the department of justice. Nixon had repeated opportunity on Mardi 21 and 22 to confront Haldeman, then White House chief of staff, and Mitchell about the allegations Dean had made against them. The President did not do so. Nixon met with Klcindienst then attorney general, on March 22, 25, and 31 and with Gray on March 23, and he did not tell these law-enforcement officers of Dean’s disclosures. Dean told the senate Watergate committee in June, 1973, that he believed his conversation with the President the previous April 15 had been tape-recorded. The Watergate special prosecutor’s office asked the White House for such a tape, if it existed. The President did not then inform Archibald Cox, who was special prosecutor, of the recording system that taped most of the President’s conversations. The President refused to cooperate fully with the investigations of the special prosecutors, Cox and Leon Ja-worski, “even to the point of resisting subpoenas.” Throughout the chronological listing of the President’s actions and inactions, Doar included the President’s repeated refusal to supply the judiciary committee with subpoenaed tapes of his conversations. And, in connection with the various meetings and discussions on June 20, 1972, the impeachment counsel noted that there was an 18'i-minute gap in the tape of the President’s conversation that day with Haldeman. “The erasure of that portion,” Doar noted, “occurred while the tapes were in the possession of the President’s personal secretary.” 30 YEARS AGO — The marines were in control of one-third of Tinian six days after its invasion. TEAHEN FUNERAL HOME Si aw I* KU* Marian F. Teahen    Eldon    B. 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