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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                10 The Cedar Kapids Tucs.. July Television Today Bv Jav Sharbult 'Rattle of Chains' in Nixon Deeds Confusion Over PBS Bill M'.W VOHK i.Ai'> House denied June reports President .Nixon had rejected a proposed lunii- range {inane-ins; bill for public Hut a key ad- visor who sent him tlu- bill says Xixon did uirn i; down, if only temporarily. He's, Dr. (.'lay T. who was iHjtnmH'iiUil in per- suading .Nixon, through den. Alexander jr.. the Pres- ident's top aide, to send the measure intact to congress this month. But Whitehead. chief of the White House office of telecom- munications p o I i c y nearly four years, admits he was startled when lie learned of .Nixon's initial decision. He said it consisted only of "a short notification that he had not approved the bill. And it didn't make any sense in view of the previous involve- ment he's had in the public- broadcasting matter." He referred to administra- tion efforts to decentralize public broadcasting and em- phasize more of a "grass- roots'" approach. The bill, aimed at insulating public broadcasters from un- due government pressure and the vagaries of annual fund- ing, would provide up to (Continued from Page 1 President, b u t luture 1 Mcl'lory said. "Ineoasisleiit" Or.e if the President's liv. ilM'alii.'. that to impeach for not turning over evidence would be inconsistent with the panel's previous votes approving two I.O.N1XXN ment-luniiet! work." He said it mace certain :ha: local stations had a sironi; role in public broad- casting and that it generally "was very wirh the 'New Federalism' approach Mr. Nixon has advocated tor so many years." Whitehead, who said Nix- on's initial decision e :i m e without elaboration, said he argued the case fur the hill with Haig. hut not with tiie President personally. He said he later received a White House memo that said, "The President has approved your proposal." He said it also was without elaboration, but that he hasn't tried to learn the whys of the reversal. He said that now that White House debate on the bill has ended, he thinks the measure stands a good chance of pas- [courts all the way up." sage, even though it has unique provisions congress rarely sees in a financing bill. It combines both authoriza- tion for spending and appro- priation of the funds in the same document, he said. The two steps usually are voted on separately by the congress. Rep. Mayne. a Republican, hold Nixon responsible (or the 'Kroclich, Hogan. McClory. against, misdeeds of others. liailsback. Also likely to come to a vote. Hut McClory, citing the score Against the article Dem- TuMiay was kl proposed former White House ami ucrais none. Republicans on Nixon's re-election campaign of. Dennis. Hulchinson, Latta, Loll. taun -payment of taxes and use officials either in prison or under Maraziti. Mayne. Moorliead. v 'vv> '.ilipi'O'.C iiuUclim-h'., iiiui cvulu iivn S.illUUUlll. Snnlil. Vugglll.v homes. escape responsibility. Its sponsor. said "A President can only act ie believed lie had 17 Demo- through his Mc- .-raiii- votes and might get three dory said. "The question is. is four Republican votes tor a he tolerating, has he tolerated Expert Doubts Natural Causes Is Flame-Proof WASHINGTON lAl'1 ''he Trade Commis.siun riV Monday that 25 companies have agreed to iiJvi'i'tisiiu as (Continued from l.'i Britain's :iiid after an autopsy Tiicsrtav Ih.n further ii-sU Ntoulil be r.ertk-d to (k-tor- niine how "Mama" Cass Klliot. or nonburniiii; a I) pc of the sweet-voiced pop constmc- jn and furniture. In a neg.i'.iateil settlement of ''-1'1' >''H'.-. the companies agreed to set up a million ivsi-aivh program 10 ound i: overwiielmiim and now and the public of the Much of the debate centered i corrections unanimously reject- Police said an will be [heir product safer and to seek to impeach him be- bombing of Cambodia in on the establishment of the ed_it. .held al Westminster coroner's run advertisements died. I'rof. Keith Simpson gave no arMcleTbasedon officials against any kind details of his examination, but in oDpv.si.i4 ;he articles Wi- is also a ;iw! arouiui tne Unite HouseV He Ciirrasco sl-e did r.K- appear la have "irs comnnttee an article will be offered nuule a similar proposal hnday daxilrom natural causes. He ve'wed ,'e i v orin- the concealment from the nine-member board of did not elaborate. cause he didn't give you the evi- and dence you needed to do Same Keactiun job." he saiJ. "Those who vot for the first two articles cannot have their uake and eat it too [his article is inconsistent. your earlier votes you said the additional evidence was not nec- essary." number hostages plumuers iinesugain'e unit in the White House, which .Nixon'sdropped from 15 to 13 on Mon- Simpson's .statement came rapidly if n >t' properly protect- defenders said was entirely nfter one inmate-hostage only hours after the singer's od Press tilled by national security con- dashed io freedom through a doctor. Anthony 2 Secretary lieralii Warren gave cerns caused by the leaking of glass door and a woman capiive newsmen: "1 think the post- tile same response to Monday's the Pentagon Papers by Daniel suffered an apparent heart at- mnrtem will probablv show n, f.vuned ul-i< committee vote as the While Ellsberg. she died as a result'of choking iallLd House had made to the first nr- Hep. Eilber" iD-Pa.i said be- "Great Concern" oa a sandwich while lying in tide of impeachment, voted Sat- tu.cen tne administration's wire- "At this point there is a "lc tapping of private citizens and. bi! tension." Taylor said. "But "She was a very big lady the operations of the plumbers things are not at a point 1 could not rule out the pos- unit, "the Nixon White House they are causing great of a heart attack." will assess the facts and not in the United Slates." facts do not support the article and we're confident the house'llniK Nixon whitc Houso they aro assess the facts and not tne a t Do( Maclcod ,he sillgcr's dren died Prison Director W. J. EstelleWretarv. said she found 1he j The plastics involved are po- Iviirethane foam and other so- tic.--. Besides being used in some molded furniture the plastics are used to insulate homes and panel walls. The FTC investiga- tion was prompted by a home fire in which two Missouri chil- tee should have gone to impeachment. courts to see what the law is.'" Many committee members. R HuichinsOn ,R-Mich.M'epealed his offer to let the adding that .Nixon "used the'0 n s 'ci f re A''tfc said the countrv had forgotten I three rebels surrender. .tronger than the (hc ,he (hc (lis.jringleader Carrasco. a f caped with an estimated toward Maynard in response to ascertain if she had a heart jmostly in following an emergencv call involving attack although she has early Monday at Dennis Rechkemmer, 26. rural theinvestigate private citizens who! said. toms of a heart attack. ed a second time. lowans Split [fm. o[ ,he Iowa's two members on said Rep. Latta criticize his policies, or autho- panel viewed the proceedings idarklv. "I'm deeply concerned nzes his subordinates to do such ifor the future of' the the rattle of the chains Suffering Shock R.'that would bind up our constitu- freedoms can be heard. years from people who say we didn't want to come up with a long-range financing or we like the kind of influence over public broadcasting that the year-to-year uncertainties pro- vided. Television Listings 2-WMT-TV, Cedor Rapids 7-KWWL-TV, Wolerloo 9-KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids 4-WHBF-TV, Rock Island 6-WOC-TV, Davenport 8-WKBT, la Crosse 10-KROC-TV, Rochester 12-KIIN-TV, Iowa City 13-WHO.TV, DesMoines XO-KDUB, Dubuque Larceny Charge Filed Following Off ice Incident i James B. Healy. 67, of 324 I Second avenue SE. Monday was charged with grand larceny. Healy was arrested in the of- fices of Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., 210 Second :street SE. at p.m. Monday i 'And it is against this rattl Wiggins said the committee, ke d taking a step toward government byj ______ basing impeachment on so j t vague a charge as abuse of j 66 V OlQ presidential power. But the Democrats and publicans supporting the article About 12 hours earlier, Henry Escamilla, a 40-year-old inmate chug-A-Mug here. Most ofJOchvein. i the change was marked with' Rechkemmer, who was hospi- I red ink. t a 1 i z e d in Waterloo, was knocked down during a tractor When you run a classified adipull which was being conduct- this rattle thatj hostage, plunged through a'. plan on being home to as part of the Maynard days glass door of the prison library.swer your telephone! observance. still suffering from shock after; jbeing severely cut around thej head and shoulder, prison hospi- tal attendants said. A L A J.' I sti" held hostage were eight j AbUSe teachers and librarians.! said the offenses charged against Nixon so serious they threatened the freedom of the American people. "We came perilously dose to losing our basic said Rep: Sarbanes (D-Md.) in a a priest, a guard and three in-' 28-10 roll call vote bv Six captives are women. judiciary committee! Wlth Carrasco are Ignacio; Mondav night an 42- semnS oir tide recommending impeach- a murder and Kudy, ment of President WASHINGTON (UPIl Thej iiMii Nixon 27  Tuesday... Be Our Guest KCRG FREE MOVIE NIGHT At the Twin West Drive-In Theatre Theatre Opens at PM Show Starts at PM FIRST FEATURE: "ROUGH NIGHT IN JERICHO" Starring Dean Martin and George Peppard 'PG' All ages, Parenlal Guidance Suggested SECOND FEATURE: "SUCH GOOD FRIENDS" Starring Dyan Cannon and James Coco Reslricied, Under 1 7 Requires Accompanying Parenf or Adult Guardian PLUS TWO CARTOONS NO TICKETS TO BUY JUST DRIVE OUT AND DRIVE IN COMPLIMENTS OF 10 YEARS AGO Sen. 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