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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weather- Fair through Wednes- day. Low tonight, mid 30s. Highs low to mid 80s. V01.1 MK   committee to complete its re- j to giving Jaworski some of the jpeacliment accusLng President view and make its recommen- material on the first 20 tapes of winful, bevadins jn. dations no later than Sept. 1. will be based on executive tav frnm lege or national security j [nrOUgn 1972. The resolution was introduced by Majority Leader Mansfield'grounds, or both. (D-Monl.) and Minority Leader Scott (R-Pa.) after they met for Turns to nearly two hours to steps to prepare for a senate trial. _ i Mansfield and Scolt said they I Article 2 V oted to come tax payments from 1969 After "I'm convinced that this evi- dence presents an overwhelm- ing case against the President's fitness to remain in Mezvinsky .said in a letter to fellow members of the commit- tee. consistent with a stable price; '-j want my mother out Thc vote in his case was level." said Miss short of the two-thirds ma- Burns said the process of cut-1 daughter of Novella Pollard, 46. ting the federal budget mustja prison schoolteacher who has begin now and that congress been held with the other host- must resist any temptation to ages since the start of the take- cut taxes or create new public lover last Wednesday, works programs. "If he doesn't get what he i wants, he will kill them and senate trial can carry over to the next congress, and what evi- dence the senate should seek. A resolution adopted by the of the house judiciary committee's recommendation that Nixon be impeached. However, they not passing judgment on WASHINGTON (AP) With! "H Ms actions go unchal- whether the house will vote to impeach the President. two broad impeachment articles already approved, the house ju- diciary committee displayed a [new and blurred alignment Tuesday over a separate charge lied to President Nixon's refusal to comply with committee sub- jpnenas. Mezvinsky added, "1 fear that they will inevitably subvert and corrode our (ax system." Crash of Bus, The letter was accompanied by a thick summary of fact; .and exhibits in support of his j. charge against the President. But debate and a roll call votei The backbone of the case was called upon Turkey to cut but not totally withdraw its invasion force from Cyprus sometime in the future. The spokesman made the an- nouncement after Secretary of State Kissinger intervened in the difficult negotiations at re- quest of British Foreign Sccrc- lary Callaghan. The spokesman said the final ireakthrough came at a three and a half hour meeting of the :hree foreign ministers and iheir military advisers and that :he agreement would be signed later Tuesday night. The agreement came despite a tough line by Turkish Premier Bulent Eeevit and after Kis- iinger telephoned him several iimes to fry to get him to soften lis position. Intervene The delegates said the agree- nent included rights for Tur- key's contingent to intervene if Turkish Cypriots feel imperiled oy the more numerous Greek Cypriots on the island, con- tinued occupation of all new ter- ritory seized by Turkey since the U.N. ordered a cease-fire eight days ago, and recognition of two self-ruling communities on the island, giving Cyprus the look of a federal state. Once an interim military agreement is concluded in Gen- eva, the Cyprus peace talks will on an amendment indicated ap- GueriHas and Righfisfs Baffle in Beiruf Suburb Truck Kills 74 proval was !ikely for the third Dean Sentencing "iood ban, out of she said. Set for Friday; WASHINGTON I UPI I Dean will be sentenced Friday Not Contacted officials said By United Press International Palestinian guerillas using mortars and rockets battled Le- j banesc right-wingers in a Beirut Tuesday" in the worst Tuesday. Lebanese and Palestinian of- ficials moved swiftly to localize the clash. But shooting erupted again late Monday and early BELEM, Brazil (UPI) The death toll rose to 74 Monday from a headon collision between a bus and a truck about 250 miles south of the city of Belem, f! article of impeachment and capital of the state of Para.! (Photos on Picture Page) the first proposed by a Republi- can, Rep. McClory of Illinois, the panel's second-ranking police said. !G.O.P. member. officials reported five! Tns Fancl 1uick'y Passed of the injured died Monday. Police said the bus. which was i i untjt; ottiu uiu uuo, u i otter Monday in Ihe capital since thei The shooting was long-range, carrying approximately I 3SCO I13Q nOt lOrni'! T nrmir fl -acTinH with Ointumnii Ihn mili_ ____. t i: itcnced m Lcq.um MHLU mu Dimming wcib imis-i dugc. carrying approximately SI) pas- the Carrasco had not form-1 Lebanese army clashed with thcjbetween Ihe irregular was between that lllc McClory article is not .ally conlacud negotiators jn Mav 1973. Iliamen and guerillas holed up ini'inp0 Mnrnhah inriiintended to infringe upon legiti- Tuesday 24 to 14 an amendment offered by Rep. Thornton (D- Ark.) aimed at making clear based on a deduction claimed by Nixon on his 1969 tax return for donation of per- sonal papers to the National Archives. The Internal Revenue Service and the staff of the Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation have disal- lowed the deductions after dis- covering the gift was not made before July 25, 1969, the last day] The a" I guerillas holed up in i ulc cjties Marabah -nnkpsm-m for the U S r'is- TI; K J ln Jcnisnlem- Defense Min-jwooded slopes. Bolh sides firedJBelcm when it collided wi n-Y, nur imiounced Tuesday H f 'sler Shimon Peres, said thc and bazooka shells at'truck laden with timber logs trict couit announced ,hc administrators by Mr. unjol that Judge John Sirica prjson impose sentence on thc MissiwcanOI1, old Dean, who pled guilty ncws conference. T'he (rollblc jn Lcbanon t f n I-------....... i n n uuuit: in IJLUUHUH j nut i; waa uu a single count 01 if wc reccivc an offcl. Of from a shooting in-limatc of casualties. i 11KI1PP. is supplying Arab each other at intervals and fired j fhe accident occurred in the t c rro r i s I organizations rifles and machine guns al ev-1 Of Gurupizinho on Ihe erylliing lhal moved. j Trans Amazon highway. Police There _ was no reliable nie smnshup occurred iwhcn the truck tried to pass a intended to infringe upon legiti- 'mate claims of executive privi- lege by Presidents. Rep. Sciberling (D Ohio) noted, "We are not seeking broad authority to obtain White Saturday in which a: The Phalnngists claim gueril-lcar cy to obstruct justice. ;an exchange, there will be He could receive as much made on it and I willjgucrina snot and wounded Ibra-jla control of Palestinian refugee] The accident occurred Sunday I five years in prison and a it to you." Gideon, leader of the right-scamps violates Lebanon's bul due to poor coni- Smiling Franco Leaves Hospital MADRID iAP> Generalis- simo Francisco Franco Tuesday walked out nf the Madrid clinic; where he had been hospitalized for three weeks by a blood clot in his right thigh. Thc Ill-ycar-old Spanish chief nf state smiled at well-wishers as lie left the hospital under his own power. Government sources said he was expected In spend a few days at F.I Pardo Palace, his home Hillside Madrid, and ihen lo northwest. Spain for fur- Ihcr recuperation. P.y July .'I. approxi.nali'ly -I milluin American were in summer camps. This could he ancilhi'i' reason why .so many people celebrated I he Fourth of July. im-vii-jM Taylor said, was a strong however, there Phalangisl militia. Otherjvereignly. They want, the facilities, police feeling among i Continued Page 10. Col. militia members shot and killed the Palestinian. brought under supervision Lebanese security forces. "fjwere not Mondav. informed of it until House material, but arc limiting ourselves to an impeachment inquiry." Confusing Vote T w o Democrats oppposcd Thornton's amendment because they thought it weakened the ar- ticle: a third is opposed lo the be able to advance to a second stage to deal with the island republic's political future. This would include an overhauling of the Cyprus constitution as well as the 1960 agreement whereby Greece, Turkey and Britain guaranteed Cyprus indepen- dence. These talks could begin to- ward the end of the first week in August, the Turkish spokes- man said. One date being men- tioned was Aug. 8. New Proposal talks again appeared when such a gift could be made j hcaded toward failure when lo qualify for a tax deduction. Mezvinsky said his exhibits "demonstrate that when (he President signed his tax re- turn on April 10, 1970 he knew that he did not make a gift of papers on or before July 25, 19fi9 valued at Turkey, which had been taking a hard line, offered new propos- als at Ihe three power confer- ence. Turkey now has more than troops on Cyprus; they are opposed by the remnants of the Greek Cypriot The congressman noted that Suard alld lax attorney, Fred Folsom, had I reservists, plus a Greek army lestificd before the panel that I detachment of about men 'in thc case of an ordinary tax- The Turks are occupying a 200- the Text of Article Charging Nixon Abused His Office WASHINGTON i A P i Here is thc text of the second article of impeachment, ap- proved Monday by the house judiciary committee: ARTICLE 11 Using the powers of lhc of- fice of President of the United States, Richard M. Nixon, in violalinn of his ranstitulional oalh faithfully In oxccule the office of Pre.sidrnl of Ihe Unit- ed Slates and, In Ihe best nf his ability, preserve, proli'ct. and defend the Constitution nf lhc United Slates, and in n.'gard df his constitutional duly to lake care thai the laws he faithfully has rcpi'alcilly engaged n cniiduc! violalim! thc I- liniial rii'.hls nf cilizens. ii i- pairini; lhc due ami prop T administration of justice and the conduct of lawful inqui- ries, or contravening the laws governing agencies of Ihe ex- ecutive branch and the pur- poses of these agencies This conduct has included one or more of the following: I. lie has. acting personally and through his subordinates and agents, endeavored lo ob- tain from lhc Internal lieve- MIIP Service, in violation nf the constilulioual rights of citi- zens, confidential information ['iinlained in income tax re- lurns for purposes not author- ized by law, and in cause, in vinlalioii nf the constitutional righls nf cilizcns. income lax audits nr nlher income lax m- vi'sligalkins In be initialed or cnnducli'd in a discriminatory manner. 2. lie misused thc Federal Bureau of Investigalion, Ihe secret service, and other ex- eculive personnel, in violation or disregard of Ihe constitu- tional rights of citizens, by direr-ling, or authorizing such agencies or personnel In con- duel or continue electronic surveillance or nlher inves- tigations for purposes unrelat- ed lo national spcurily, Ihe en- forcement of laws or any other lawful function of his of- fice; he did direct, aulhorize. or permit the use nf informa- tion obtained Iherehy for pur- poses unrclaled lo national se- curity, the culorcement of laws, nr any nlher lawful function of his office: and he diil direct the concealment nf certain records made by the Federal Bureau of Investiga- tion of electronic surveillance. .1. lie has, acting per- sonally and through his subor- dinates and agents, in viola- linn or disregard of the consti- tutional rights of citizens, au- thorized and permitted to tie maintained a secret investiga- tive unit within the office nf Ihe President, financed in parl wilh money derived from c a m p a i g n contributions to him, which unlawfully utilized thc resources nf the Central Intelligence Agency, engaged in covert and unlawful activi- ties, and allempted In preju- dice the constitutional right of an accused tn a fair (rial. I. He has failed to take care that the laws were faithfully executed by failing to act when he knew or had reason to know that his close subordi- nates endeavored to impede and frustrate lawful inquiries by duly constituted executive, judicial, and legislative enti- ties concerning lhc unlawful entry into thc headquarters of lhc Democratic national com- mittee, and thc cover-up thereof and concerning other unlawful activities including those relating lo the confirma- tion of Richard Kleindicnst as allornev general of Ihe United Stales, the electronic sur- veillance of private citizens, the hreakin into thc office of Dr. Lewis Fielding, and the campaign financing practices of Ihe (.'ommitlcc Tn lie-elect the President. !i. In disregard of lhc rule of law: he knowingly misused payer on the facts as we know square-mile corridor from them in this instance, the case Turkish sector of Nicosia, the would be referred out for prc- capital, to a 15-mile beachhead scnlation to a grand jury for I on the northern coast including prosecution." Uhe city of Kyrenia. -----------.....-----------------------j The Soviet Union submitted a i resolution to the U. N. Security Council calling "for speedy w i t h d r a w a 1 of all foreign forces" on Cyprus. But the j Greek troops were Ihe only ones ilhe Russians mentioned by name. Thc resolution also said a representative of ousted Pres- ident Makarios should be invit- ed lo thc Geneva talks. lhc executive power by inter- fering with agencies of the ex- ecutive branch: including the Federal Bureau of Investiga- tion, the criminal division, and the Office of Watergate special prosecution force, of the department of justice, and the C c n t r a 1 Intelligence Agency, in violation of his duly to lake care that Ihe laws be faithfully executed In all of this, Richard M. Nixon has acted in a manner contrary to his trust as Pres- ident and subversive nf consti- tutional government, to the great prejudice of lhc cause ol law and justice and lo the manifest injury of the people of the United Stales. W h c r e f r e Richard M. Today's Index Comics Crossword Daily Itccord Deaths Kditorial Features Farm Financial.......... Marion I Movies j Society Sports........ State 16 .16 6 .12 .17 .9 II 8 M'anl Ads   

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