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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weather- .Mostly fair through Tuesday. Ixnvs tonight around 30. Highs Tues- day, lower 80s. CITY FINAL 15 CENTS VOl.UMK 92 PKKSS. I'Pi. NKW YORK 1IMKS Another Republican Deserts President on Abuse of Power WASHINGTON Hep. McCIory iH-lll.i. sccond-rank- Republican   j been leaks, i gate special prosecutor, crimi-i As soon as the committee' was p r e s e n t e d to the com- mittee by Rep. Hungate (D- P-mnem, ul proposed second article, Rep.l corruptly to impede the due andj u COI1Cl It included five itemized! lice. charges and a conclusion that: "In all of this Richard M. rumors and specu- the milk support price in- approving such an article would creasc in March, thc ]be "a step toward a parliamen- sHiempni siirl Shifting majorities were ex-L of gPovernment! t-onndllj sUcmenl said. Nixon has acted in a manner contrary to his trust as Pros-! the article and win final approv-, _..i____ r i I l pected for the various sections, (he constUutional! "The matter is now in the i. _ i i ClUll-l III Clll L1HJ Ul ner but all are likely to remain !eS-[ ttlC arricln ann win final annrnv-' ident and subversive of tional government to the great prejudice of the cause of law and justice and to the manifest injury of the people of the Unit- ed States." The five charges were that Nixon: Acted personally and through subordinates to get confidential income tax information from the Internal Revenue Service. Misused the FBI and secret service by directing or authoriz- ing them to wiretap for pur- iopen where it can be dealt with i honestly and fairly. I again Wiggins contended the ques-jd that j am m of I ion 'is whether abuse of power wrongdoi and l am falls within 'high crimes l will be compietcly vin. As they did in debating Arti- misdemeanors." He said 0[ ihcse charges." Factual Data cle I on Saturday, supporters of Article If were planning to present factual data to back up the allegations. Following the advice of spe-j cial counsel John Doar the of power "i; an empty phrase) ui ii an L'liiuiy uiiiabci ,n, i P! Tne maximum possible uena nTC Jai 1C what we pour into it. Rep. Danielson (D-Calif.) Connaliy i years in jail and fines of gued (hat "offenses charged against the President in this ar-i Price Supports committee is keeping the Ian- tide are uniquely presidential The indictment charged that guage of the articles broad j offenses. No one else can com-] between May 14 and Sept. 24, enough to cover any new devcl-jmit them Only the Jacobsen gave Connaliy opments that may occur in the Watergate investigation before poses unrelated to national se- "ie senate trial is held, if there curity. Established the s o-c a 11 e dj The house will have to spell ident can violate the oath of in exchange for Con- fice of the President; only thejnally's recommendation to the President can abuse the of agriculture that the negotiations are ahead." Carrasco, a former kingpin of illegal drug traffic in south Texas and Mexico, has indi- The four inmates being held hostage were thought originally to be among the rebels, prison authorities said. "plumbers" unit "financed in part with money derived from campaign contributions which unlawfully utilized the resources ;of the President." Wiggins argued the Wheat Deal 'Error' Charged WASHINGTON Senate m- vestigators have characterized "Carrasco basically massive 1972 wheat sale to that he could have shot this in- j the Soviet Union as a S300- matc, but didn't, a prison mjllion crror jn judgmcnt by top spokesman said. "He (Escamil- of the agrjcuiture de. la) jumped through the door then rolled and crawled down underestimated the impact of the sales. Subcommittee Chairman The Soviet Union, trying tne Central play a stronger role in the crisis only 500 miles from its frontiers, sent an observer to Geneva and called the third emergency meeting of the U.N. Security Agency." "Failed to take care that the laws were faithfully executed by failing to act when he knew or had reason to know that his: out the actual charges before a trial, and will then be limited to those charges in presenting evi- been committed. dence. price supports be raised, article' Connaliy was charged specifi- callv would, in effect, make some- callS" with two counts of acceP'- thing illegal after the act had lnS an under bribery statutes; one count of Rodino ruled Wiggins out to commit perjury Chairman Rodino (D-N. on his attempt to bar obstruct justice, and two hoped to get a vote on the of the article on the coums of rowing false declara- ond article by the end of theibasis that no impeachable bcfore thc 8rand iul'5'- close subordinates endeavored! "I believe thc whole ballgamci Jackson (D-Wash.) said in a statement accompanying the re- port that "the Russians and the large grain companies reaped the major benefits of the sales." The government funneled Council in as many days. In Washington, Secretary of State Kissinger scheduled an- other meeting with Archbishop Makarios, the deposed president of Cyprus. Turkish tank forces troops expanded their head centering on the .'ii.Tu.iwt uv ill- n iu.1 ULivt: uiu lu Kyrenia early Monday. tne Water-lwhatever they want passed, tering only token resistance from outgunned Greek Cypriots. UPI Correspondent Michael Keats reported. "The Turks demanded we day- fense had been stated. Jacobsen was indicted earli- Wiggins Protest Sandman charged that Demo-j er year on a charge of icrats were accusing Nixon ofi making a false declaration to and jury about his >han- to the yard." No Decision In its final report Sunday on [million to six grain trading ihe controversial deal, the sen- firms in the form of export sub- ate investigations subcommittee Escamilla's predawn dash said the sale resulted in sharply from the education building in- food Priccs for Ameri- sidles. The sale involved more than 700 minion busneis grain Democratic President Do youi Hcial. Judge George Hart dis- ers on the committee. He said entities concerning the unlawful leave the entire a U.N. officer said. "They are taking away our rights under the cease-fire agreement. We have asked New York for Haig: Still Confident, but Hurt by Triple Whammy side the penitential was causcd a shortagc of farmjincluding 440 minion of! during the overnight lull in and brought a virtual j gotiations between prison offi- halt to frc'gnt movements in cials and the armed convicts, whose ringleader had said their standoff could end Monday in freedom for the rebels. But Ron Taylor, a spokesman for the Texas department corrections, told newsmen as; rm.. rciations negotiations with the convicts: cannot" recessed Sunday night. "v- instruc-: Gazette Leased Wires lions. WASHINGTON A key In Geneva, Foreign Ministers aidc President James Callaghaii of Great Bri-; ins suffered "some Sen. Pcrcv of Illinois, ranking I. nf Creece: iicoige ot i.ieeci vcrv severe losses that make renresent over-all American in- if It 0 causes hardship in drmestic scnt "vcr-aii Amcncan in-, fi d ,ision h avnidlng nnv real conflict of b> j Today's Index "Ineptly Managed" Comics...... Crossword Daily Record..... Deaths Kditorial Features l''arm Financial Marion..... Movies....... Society Sports Slate Television Want Alls Not Contested Turkish Prime Minister Bulcnt of how in pursuit of a the conclusion .-if the jus- .while goal government doparlmont that there was; p ,nri offiri'lk "0 COIlfl111 "'C ClmTiice PalmbyJ ftM m ;who conducted the initial pe.mh. virtually every step, from ,Continued: Page Col MttV YORK (AIM Inflation Watergate lawyers, .lames St. ('lair and J. Fred and White House chief of staff Alexander Haig. Haig told newsmen aboard Air force One on Sunday night as Nixon flew home from California. "We haw1 suffered some losses this week and .some very .severe losses, quite "Triple Whammy" He cited what he termed "a Haig said that if a vole were to be held now on Ihe house floor on whether to impeach Nixon and place him on trial before Ihe senate, "it would be very close." The Nixon aide said pre.si- dential assistants believe the "triple whammy" e o u p 1 e d with Saturday night's pro-im- Although thc money actually went to Connaliy, Ihe indictment said lhal Connaliy and Jacobsen both agreed to testify bcfore the grand jury and the senate Wa- tergate committee that the was intended for political candidates or the "Democrats for -Nixon" group headed by Connaliy in KIT1. The indictment charged that (Con'iiHied: Page :i. Cel. Ii. 7V Asked Uie initial planning of the sales to (hi1 subsidy lhal helped sup- 'pori them. Ihe grain sales were managed." Ihe report 18 It s inepllv added'. 10 Tin1 report said thai Agricul lure Secretary .'-criously worries and uneasiness over im-; 'riplc whammy" thai involved peachmcnl sent the New York, "rehash of evidence" by Ihe house judiciary cummilHr. an adverse supreme court ruling i slock market into a sharp di dine Monday. The 2 p.m. How Jones was down SI! loi in Watergate lapes and Major Item-tils remembers when sex educa- J77I.IM and losers swamped gain-; documents case and the shift lion used to be called mar- ers by a margin on the New: of some judiciary committee tormiuiit York stock exchange, in rHa-l liepublicans to pro-iiiipcach- 'lively light trading inent posilions. o u s e considerably nar- rower." Developments have changed "fairly favorable prospects" as of about three weeks ago to "one that is more uncertain." lie said. "Kvidence Not There" "Having said lhal." lla; continued, "all of u.s are aware of the fact thai we'v had high points and low points and when they settle down lo the synthesis of lhe dialectic we remain confident that Ihe members of the house will reject impeachment. "We are confident we know lhal our allorncvs i i don't foresee it. "Basically. I 'h derstands and in man i spirts expected this I fn in the judiciary comimlt It changed one iut i h sense i.f .-eli'-confidein-e an .M-ibe (i! determination t llib through, ami 1 ,il! tn con'mue performin h tiiiirtiniK :ts i 'resilient I'm'ed Slate- tli John Connolly   

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