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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weath er- Chance of liiin n'KM ending Uws mid "'Kbs Saturday, around VOI.IMl'W MMKKIt 20, If'M'IDS ri'ilMV AIM'ST'' CITY FINAL 15 CENTS ASbOtlATi-.L) PUh.S.S. I I'l. VOKK il.MKS mpeachment Debate 79 Pled Guilty WASIIINCTiiN .Al'i House was no immediate ex shaping plans for for Ihe delay but it is iirst presidential impeachment; believed liodino wants more debate in 106 have agreed time to prepare the comrnitleivi to start it Aug. 19, with the first report on the three articles H votes coming about eight days approved. During committee consider- Altliough final details are still ation of the articles, .supporters .Former While House counsel to he worked out, it appears "f Nixon said they were Dean was sentenced l-Yi- eertain that live television and vague to permit him to make a day to one to four years in pris- radio coverage will he permit- proper defense. Their efforts to'0" for his role in the Wain-gate ted. amend the articles to make1 cover-up. Under arrangements tenta lhcm m01'1' specific failed, hut. Dean, the principal witness lively approved by the loader- sairl the report would .against President Nixon in [lie ship of both parties Thursday, ;lnclllde faclual information thatkover-up, pled guilty eight about seven days will be devot-iWOUld makc il clcal' what j months ago lo conspiracy to ob- charges were being brought. struct justice. Rodino said last week the re-; Judge John Sirica gave Dean port would be ready next Tues- until Sept. to put his affairs in da-v' Dut il is understood Special order (Pliolns on Picture Page) i i M? o ie.es of The procedures contemplated Censure Resolution now would not permit any new The 10 Republicans who voted articles lo be proposed and! against impeachment are also would limit amendments to mo- preparing a detailed statement: lions lo strike Ihe three sepa- attacking the articles and want rate articles or sections of: more time to work on it. In the meeting between Aug. 13 Meeting leadership and the rules corn- Debate and voting procedures 'he possibility of permit-! f days t0 Sirica .said he would rccom- "iat Dcan scrvc his sel> John Dean will be formally drawn up by the house rules committee at a ting the house to vote on a i UPI Telephoto Trail Damage This was the scene on Nob Hill in San Francisco after a white Lincoln Continental, center, swerved and slammed around the foggy hill leaving 16 cars damaged and a block each of California and Mason streets littered with broken glass, fenders and chrome shrapnel. The elderly driver of the Continental was booked for drunk driving. lution of censure as an alterna-jtence in the minimum security imeeting set for Aug. 13. to impeachment was at Lompoc, Calif, 'preparation for the meeting j cussed. j Sirica handed down the sen- party leaders informally was made byjtence after denying a request 'from Dean's attorney, Charles Shaffer, that the sentencing be cussed the arrangements Delbert Latta a the committee. Meanwhile, in lhe senate rules and administration committee, j strong sentiment developed to virtually rules Turks Launch Assaulf Mormons End Ban of Majority Leader Mike Mans- j field has proposed sweeping rules changes but members in- member of both the judiciary and the rules committees, and reportedly ran into strong op- position from the Democratic leaders and rules committee members. Such a resolution would not be in order unless the rules com- mittee permitted it and, with the Democrats holding a 10-5 delayed. Shaffer, said a new batch of White House tapes being handed jover to Sirica under a supreme court order issued last month contain evidence which might suggest a light sentence for Dean. L.IIU LfUll UT i r or i r iVm 11 On Cypnof Villages stamp Demise Blacks as Top Scouts i WASHINGTON fAPl _ I NICOSIA, Cyprus rAP) The biggest outburst of fighting since the Cyprus cease-fire agreement was signed three WASHINGTON (API Post- tempting to go up the Genera, E T SALT LAKE CITY ,upl) _ was machine-gunned an hour said Friday he will Vobably Saying it never intended to dis- before noon and turned back with no casualties. soon ask elimination of the airl criminate, [he Mormon Church le ISM lts pollcy 12-ycar-old black scouts who are not members of the church but who. belong lo Mormon troops. ning blacks from the top leader-, days ago, erupted across A car m of western hvren.a mountains benind (he L{ N j Turkish forces advanced But there were no hits. four Greek Cypriot villages that; The fighting was centered at tin? ?he kind of treatment The! The 'announcement came justj were abandoned after heavy: the vlllage of Agridaki on the Utra three cents before a show-cause hear-i Turkish artillery barrages in the! Nicosia side of the Kyrenia !said I ing in federal court in which the I is hctier past 48 hours. .mountain range. f >Boy Scouts of America were or-' Firedon .u. He Clted an The church authorities dicated little support. jedge on the committee, there A White House spokesman !was litlle chance il would be cast Nixon "in the role of the jallowed- underdog" Friday in what he j termed "an uphill struggle a political struggle'1 to INlAUll avoid impeachment. Deputy Press Secretary Gerald Warren indicated a shift years in Sirica said pity of ffve prison and a The suit claimed the church pol- In White House strategy with his icy was racially-discriminatory (comments at a news briefing. Wage-Price Monitor Unit as pr den quorum could he was before beginning his sentence in part because of the illness of Dean's molher-in- law. ____ Dean's wife, Maureen, was said (nat, Previously Warren and other, WASHINGTON ,APj _ present for the sentencing, presidential spokesmen h a Nlxon askcd congress) Asks "Compassion- been stressing the evidence "day to establish a cost of herfi legal aspects of Ihe 'ask force to momior (he Dean sajd peachment proceeding. and pi ice mci eases. befflre ,he sentencjnBi But, responding to questions.'1., within only lhing ask for js your Warren added the view K would De an compassion and undcrstand- saldithat the process is a ,p.art, of our fl.Snt a8ainst i 1 p Nixon said in "-u tApiam u, -j T .jiLiuu me process is a r, -o--- -0-----ing. I have done wrong, and I Turkish tanks launched "f i 1 the wrong that have major assault against the guardsmen all first-class mail going! the ro i "We recognize the situation as; Greek strongpoint still on machme-gun surface the, Pol'9' chanSe- the.chu''ch: The church CX'StS m..the WciDow-er "H illvolved in a lmortarflrc- (power and would not impose Prlce and Kyparissouvouno. A U. N. armored patrol City Share of 5-in-1 Bridge Doubles i percent post- er rate hike in between, air as Turkish tanks traveling an-mail volume has decreased old dusty road just below point where the Postal Ser-i "However, we have learned crest of the narrow rocky could not afford to the guideline is not in ac- 'fired at lhe Greek such letters special ser 'ice with the charter from the slrongpoint. a faster transportation meth-JBoy Scouts of America under id were available. which the church operates the Klassen said removal of the [Scouting program." basic air mail rale mountains _ an artillery areas. j president, S p e nde r fended outpost at the top of Mt. On the other side of the moun- Since the agreement. "The regarding s Jlitical Warren said. tain, overlooking the sea, re- said, and with a 25 percent senior Palral lcader sajmg nucte! He said he was not conceding porters an nour later watched.ge rate hike in between. J-tended discriminate against, jn would wage :make odds vou'd 'have controls' il is csscntia'; lion of government and abuse of high office. To say I am sorry is :nough. I have done every- I can in the last IS months the court judges me, 1 will con- place the President in the role! "if ,ff the same course." of the underdog." full-v walchfd' labo1; a'ld. Shaffer pled for a light sen- Warren said his comments "Mr. Dean is the one who n r in lhiy KlSG Announced only to the "political ld IC g0 The church had reserved inior lpader post in each announced a one-cent increase the rate for regular for Ihe president of the-in ,hl, wholesale price of gaso- hnnco ,h.iarca, and l-hat government f nouse nol to tneI ;broke the case for thp nnvern- nf i nnssihio information it needs to per-' "IL IUI ,lne, oi   poiifinE ihere was any the Secret Gift to Mills n he U i .u i u r He said that, because of the changing altitudes, hc was re Cooperated Kully submitting Ihe proposal that Sirica acknowledged receiving congress failed lo act on before, letters from the special prosecu- :xpiration of the Cost of hiving tor's office, the house judiciary Council on June I t v e t dollars in an escrow atcount set ng chpc.k i( d puter firm up by the council so the project. a kcsman S100.000 io Tho N was paign of could be funded wit.ioul resort- ing to a bond issue. The higher cxpnndod in a Security'council donation yet to with it" and added that he sharing and form a buffer between the' Two Mills told tho Mutual Broad- idcnl Nixon's campaign by Slauffrr was kept under wraps ._ ___ casting System lhat he had executives until lhc Watergate committee: PJ I- gave .heard about ihe contribution s .f made public some bank records TO IC6 the presidential news reports of il. lie said lc B 'of the .Mills c-impai-n Rep. Wilbur Mills in "No one's found anvlhinc wrnnii ''evcaled lo be illegal .Mills Worker The records show that all 17 The appeals of five suspended mmitlccs were set up. start- Cedar Rapids police officers had In gain because any health Harl-Stauffcr gill came from ing in December. 1971. and con-Will be held next Fridav, the osts mean more money will approved Thursday tho Arkansas Demo-, predated the donation, lie said nance vice-president of KDS, T ave lo be found, probably from brief run for Ihe Whitcilin saw nothing the Marquez. denied lhat the co Case Hearing Set CO, h, revenue funds, among others. .Turkish invasion force and Ihe The firm. lOleclronic Dala Sys-linsurance program would use corporate funds. Staufler said Inning into early March, 1072. civil service commission The 5-in-l is a join! city-state flreek Cypriot defenders. lpms Corp., processes 7f> million'bidding for conn-acts. his share came from his imn by a Mills campaign Friday. project. II will include a dam on fjrs, m health insurance annual- The money was funneled 'I'l'i'i-y Shea, who allegedly was1 All five hearings are set for f! Comics the Cedar river, and two levels r v ,n draw (lp Mills is ,-nairman of the through 17 dummy committees D- Williams, a lawver ro- n'-inf! Pilid a corporate' salary a.m in Hie cily council chain- Crossword of traffic, one carrying l-.im) and f.Case-fire lines. house ways and means commit- with names such as Students Mills and some of part of lhat time by a hers. l-'ighling spread lo ihe west ullich ls shaping national: Heller government and Fiscal: former campaign wnrkcrs in large dairy-farmer The officers were suspended and south from the Turkish insurance legislation. Sanity Committee on March with Watergate in- Associated Milk Producers. Inc. .after indictments were returned beachhead in north Cyprus on Tlu' was given by Mil- 1972, eight days before .such1 vcsligalions. said lhal so far as The cooperative pled guilty Against them by a grand jury on commillee. and Ihe scnale Wa- tergate committee declaring thai Dean cooperated fully in their investigations. In i-oiirt. Associate I'roseculor .James Nea! sairl Page 12, Col. Today's Index iCimliniied: Page Col. II Daily Record Deaths Kdilorial Kami Totluifs Chuclile Kver since a President of the Slates gave all Ins salary back In Ihe govern menl. the idea caughl on and now Ihey ve lls :'ll inn jt, IOBVMOM Hart, president of lhe cor- secret dnnalions were outlawed, be knows Ihe money was legal Thursday of donating ille 'charges of obstruction of jus-; Kinuncial reported ar- and Mervin .Stauffer, a (lwn I'ockcl maki' vi.lun- gaily to the Mills campaign amMice, perjury, and in some cases Marion lary (lisclosure of lhe sources ohuf paying two other employes lo conspiracy Movies 'I'be gift, revealed in the open: his early campaign donations; work for Mills. The iiflici-rs, who immediately! Society l.apithos. nine miles from lhe of Watergate during the presidential pri- Hart and .Staulfor each gave appealed the suspensions, an-j Sports port of Kyrenia II was lhe fur- reported on vacation; commillee, moved into the Mills' maries, when some oilier Demii- insiallmenls of ROOO In each oMAssislanl Chief Wallace Johnson .State Thursday. I'. N.' officials lillery and morlar fi're a mile vice-presidenl wesl of coastal lown of Hadn't Heard Ihcsl west of Kyrenia Hint fight- iConlininxl: ;i n ahoul Ihe same lime icralic candidates were making! Ihe 17 committee's except that r 1 beheve m MHI.s. lhi" other din an issue of such. snerecv. nalions were beinK given Pres- The from 'Siaullcr gave only ne round m.llhe and detectives Kcnnclli Millsap, Darwin Ammeter, Donald Kos- dail and lioberl Manchester. Television Want Ads in in j :t r, 7 17 5 .III, II 8 ..13-15 1 12   

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