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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (tctlur World Champions Cedar area of champions, got another Hun's- Thursdav. arc Lisa. 1'J. anil Wendv Siuclke. III. children nl' Mr. and day when Ilicsr four young people broke I he world's hand-clapping Mrs Charles Sim-Ike, (dll Parkview drive. Mariun: Pal Wilson. 11. recurd by keeping it up for lo Inmrs and SI minutes and eclipsing Mi" daughter Mr. and Mrs l.niiis Wilson. lll'JIl Parkview, and .lnAnii ulil record nf 1-1 hours and li niniiiles. l-'nnii left, during Ihc marathon Chillier. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Chillier. Parkview The well-conditioned yonnu maralhoncrs drank licinids through straws and were spoon- fed sidids by Mrs. Sinelke and .liihii Sinelke. Tile main course was Aside from some bruised hands, the triumphant team came out unscathed. They began clapping at S a. in. and finished al llr.ll p. in. Thanks, But No Thanks Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tortarielln. Newark. N..I.. who heard that President Nixon might be financially strapped, delivered their life savings lo the White House Thursday a bank book fur a Sill.mill savings account and u crate filled with pennies. A White House aide assured them that even though the President appreciated the sonli- nienl behind their gill, the Chief could not accept the money Action I he senate rules and admin istration committee met Tlnirs clay to discuss the rules and procedures for a trial in the senate if the house impeaches President Nixon. At the meet- union 11) Ni v Hugh Scott (R-l U mil Rob chairman: :i. I. minorilv rt Byrd whip. At niajont right. Rep. John Anderson (R- 111 tells newsmen the house leaders lenlathelv decided lo begin bouse consideration of impeachment Aug. HI r That's The Spirit "The Spirit of I77li" started regular service nil IM'C. Im nnites l-'nd.n reminding riders and other thai the nation's 'Jlllltii Inrhday is approaching The l-us whicli is painted red, while and blue, made its debut on the Cedar Rapids-Mai mn run Hula Hoopers "I -'-He championships 111 M.irshal'.tovMi were Jill left. daughter of Mr and Mrs H.niieir, Willielm. Jlli'J drive SW and Ire Mariinsnn IH-vi-ar-old son Mr and Mrs lintinld Marlliison. Thirtv-sixth street SK I'.oih wen- scheduled In compete in the regional conies! M I'.nil l-'nd.iv Ron Ziegler Has Never Left the Make-Believe World of Disneyland By Art Buchwald WASHINCiTON The big everyone in Washing- ton i.s asking this week is, "If for some reason President Nixon has to leave office, will Ron Ziegler be able to gel his job back at Disneyland'' Tht consensus imong most A ikhus is thai he will. One watcher who asked not to be mentioned by name because he still has relatives in Orange county. Calif., told me. I've been watching Ziegler now for five years, and as far as I'm concerned he never left Disnevland. is a born believer in fantasy and he knows how to treat everyone like children. The very virtues that made him one of the best guides at Disneyland are now paying off for him as spokesman for the President of the United States." 'But wouldn't the Disney people be hesitant about rehiring someone who worked in the White The Ziegler-watchcr shook his head. "Ron was never involu'd with Watergate. He's clean as a hound's tooth. You want to know why'.'" "Sure." I said. "Because they didn't trust him. They were afraid if they told him anything, he'd spill it. Kveryone else in the White House ap- parently knew what was going on except Ziegler. They treated him like a rtum-dum and now they're all going to jail, and Ron has the last laugh." "I've never seen Ron laugh." I said. BUCHWALD "ll was just a figure of speech." my friend replied you realixe that next to Al Ihug. the President depends more on Ziegler than any other person in his administration''" "Why is I hat" "Because Ron still believes everything the President tells him." "You know, sometimes when I watch Ziegler on television 1 get the feeling he isn't telling the whole truth lhat he's making things sound better than they really are." 1 said 'And where do you thmk he learned that'1" friend asked. "liisiicylaiid1.1" "Win-re else" DIMICV created a world nf and illusion. When Ron moved In Washington he world with him." "1 do. When Ron first started HI lus he didn'i know much, and he said whatever they told him h adding his own fantasies In Watergate and thev arc good as any being put out in this country.' "So you think tli.p no matter what happens in ('resident Ziegler won't have to worry about a 'I know it." my friend replied "How i an soil be so sure" "No one knows Ibis, but Zlegier never ijini his mh ncvland. lie jusl look a leave of absence."
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