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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                CVdar Gazette: Sal., August 3, H'7J 2 Sons Killed: Hargis Endorses'Stoning'of Mystery: How Does Ronald Father Freed Nixon Impeachment Supporters (Continued from I'age 3.) Hoot, Ziegler Survive, Advance? New York Times Sen-ice WASHINGTON In urn listed American officials who p it it Kited in high-level (ii m on detente-. In Amman, Jordan he was addressed as i 1 cellency." At home and i i lionakt is a t and trusted confidant i IK i dent Nixon. And. as Nixon's pubh i 11 tions have deteriorated, h i principal officer in chn o P.H.. as it i.s known in the White House, has risen higher and higher. One of the abiding nnslenrs throughout the Watergate period is how Ziegler, as one of the original proteges of 11. H. llalde- man. former chief of staff, IKIS survived and A succession of aides to the President notably John Con- nally and Melvin iried to have him dismissed or moved out of the sensitive role of press secret an-. For Funeral LOS (AI'i _ Since I'adilln started serving YOHK (AIM that the country can't .stand "ail the dirt and cross- fire" of inipruclmij! President Nixon. Oklahoma Kvansjelist. I'hiirisees are willing to sacrifice tlu1 country .so they can achieve their have been killed in 1 r said youn. t on the best oil i hi h i i and the b i >i "K' prisoner was n MI norated into n n i porters 'i b -lief of W, RONALD ZIEGLER 111 >.l01b h i i linn d over most bn tin to (lerald Warren, his D b t in Xiegler contin- iii I n i H charge, was to have shunned all advice to make a change. 'They will never gel that IKHind ol flesh." he was quoled hy John Osbonic in the .New liepublic. One of the most frequently asked questions around the White House is: On what does Xiegler, who has a limited back-. ers to "shine uho advocate In his weekly periodical, dressed in civilian clothes in- Christian Crusade, ihe IVH- siead of prison denims Thurs- serv alive radio preacher urges rial services with the permis-! to those favoring impeachment sion of jail officials for 10-year-1 a small stone wrapped in pa- old .Manuel 1'adilla. jr.. the tini of injuries sustained in a fall from a bicycle. "1 know nim that 1 want tu see my sons again, his former 1 wife quoted Padilla as say- ing. "The only way possible to see them i.s to go lo heaven. 1 have to lead a good life. I can't go back to drugs. 1 can't go back to jail." I'adilla's other son by another I marriage. Danny. 4, was killed per bearing this Bible verse: "lie that is without sin among you. let him be the first to cast a stone. ilargis, Tiilsa, recalling Ihi! scriptural episode in which Jesus prevented the stoning of a woman for committing adultery by his statement pointing up the evil of the Pharisees' self-righteous in- tent says: "That bunch of Pharisees answer other aides is thai he everything Xiegler does tor the vjcv on Quote President, it has become Even Charles Rebozo. t h e: "bvil'us thai he LS President's dose friend, closely involved with Nixon in a recent interview with spends so much time with him that he rather regularlv ground, largelv in advertising 'H- I're.-id'iii" e riding in a car' m.Jesus lime Ihe message The answer "from' him his grandparents to get ice' and so will these modern-day cream. Their car was hit bv a Hargis' ministry, whose tax (-vmi'li'W has1 revoked on ihe basis or. political in- recently uas re- jected by the U.S. supreme court in an appeal to have the exemption iv.sloivii. fit-spile supporting briefs filed by rrmrMitiit aiiti Kuinati Catholic groups that generally disagree with his Tiie Kev. Dean SI. Kelley, director of th.e religious liberty section of the National Council of Churches, one of the organi- backing Ilargis' ap- peal. the refusal to cv- empt Ilargis' ministry "could be disastrous for freedom of reJigion in this country." The outcome, the liev. Mr. Kelley says, could '.end to pre- clude tax-exempt institutions from taking a stand on various matters, including pending legislation. lis blv.t. NW. Stephi-n ft. S S. Serv. 10. St. Murk's (t'niled) -1700 Jutmson ave. .NW. Lee Hoy Col- lins. Serv. V. (United) 1340 Arnulti HerbM, St. 1'aul's Ininl ave. SK. Dciittm Ki'ie KW I-eon Aalbcrts. K.S. John Tefer. Scrv. 11. Kve. ri. I'tdzr Hills Evant'Ilml trtf "wi'st Post ui. Midway  'ollnS flK matters ineral. But there was a mi.xup in _______________ official paperwork, and when' Ihe boy was buried Padilla was Caramanlis Bombards Reporters Jokes ('liim-li nf tlif Brethren 12011 Sci-ond ave. SK. Dr. Wayne A. Shiivinan. S.S. D. Serv. 10. Ministry of Deliverance Church- if) 10 2nd st. SW. H. G. Kiirth. F. H. Davidson. S.S. Serv. Kve. 7. Chun-li of God Prophecy 321! Ediicwood vd. SW. Michael Boots. S.S. 10. Serv. 11. Eve. Wed. Miller. S.S. Serv. Church of find 1101 Oak- si. John Or.) A nvc. ni NE A H Moslander. ORTHODOX St. (Sy.) 1202 HJth sl. SK. Cnnstantino Nasr. S.S. Matins 10. Liturgy, Sat. Vespers, p.m. St. John's (K) 7tb .st. SK. Demetrius Walker. S.S., Matins. 10. Mo..ling Prayers. NE. Alexander Anasiaskm. tlmis Liturgy 10. Sal. Ve nc-rs 5 p.m. Kastview Church of i Old Marion rd. Nepal Curbing behind bars. Today, Padilla. sentenced on narcotics and escape a reasonably safe bet that government Nixon is angry. fllrlhel.. and Ziegler continues not only as press secretary but as as- sistant to the President, highest rank in the White House hier- archy next to the President. There is no apparent evidence that anyone any longer tries to have him removed, and it ap- pears he will be a White House fixture as long as Nixon sur- vivies in office. While no one removed from Top Four U.S. Merchandisers Set Sales Mark NEW YORK (AP) The na- tion's top four mass merchan- disers report record sales in July were .boosted by increased demand for such seasonal items as air conditioners, pools, sport- ing goods and barbecue equip- ment. The highest over-thc-year sales increase of 23.4 percent was reported Thursday by the third largest retailer, S. S. Kresge of Troy, Mich. Kresge said in the four weeks KATMANDU, Nepal -'charges, will leave the bars has again briefly Ziegler i.s calm and expansive it is likely the President ism a :climbing and west happy mood -'VcPal ilncl prohibited hiking in Thus, when Ziegler spent! areas where militant Khampa much of the day in San Clemen-j tribesmen have been operating, te, Calif., angrily denouncing! The ban will affect at least John Doar, special counsel to the Democrats on the house seven mountain-climbing ex- peditions including Dutch groups, and judiciary committee, for advo- one from japaili onc Italian eating Nixon's impeachment and j Olle calling (he panel's proceedings Mt'_ Evcrest wln not be af- "a kangaroo it was rea- feded sonable to assume that was thej Hiking was banned in moun- way Nixon fell. tainotis areas near the Tibetan In May, before Nixon went border where the militant attend young Manuel's funeral. iHe will be a pallbearer. "I really think it is uplifting for him to be released. I think it will give him Teresa Lutz said of her former husband after the me- morial service for her only son in the Congregational church at suburban Sierra Madre on Thursday night. "We really appreciate them letting him out. rfe has had a terrible said her hus- band, Richard. on his foreign trips, he made I Khampas have based themselves some rather revealing state-jsjnce 1959, when tney followed ments about his attitudes toward j tne Dalai Lama into exile after impeachment in an interview with Rabbi Baruch Korfe, presi- dent of the National Citizen's Committee for Fairness to the Chinese troops occupied their homeland. The Khampas since then have conducted border raids into the church by three sheriff's deputies in plainclothes, but ;hey sat apart from him while he joined family and friends during the services. Young Manuel suffered severe lead injuries in the fall from his :ike in April. The boy had been in coma on and off and had un- dergone four operations before lis death in Children's hospital on Tuesday, wrongdoing in the White House with authorities or face retalia- Padilla was jailed on Nov. 14, Presidency, published July 17. Tibet against chinese (roops Yet they were pretty much the same opinions Ziegler has and also sacked a number of Nepalese villages in the border been expressing for months: region. They have been warned That the president is the victim j by the Nepalese government to of a political vendetta, that any j lay down then- arms and register ATHENS (AP.l Premier'so he can slop asking ques- Constantine Caramanlis met anaide. formally with the press for the :mouth lull again." lie told an- iv and joked on ncu.sman R .NE. Allen S. Van Clcvo. from women to: Gone was lhe jmysterious aura which sur-, Chrlst church ._ Jamc, F s.s. "I have done more in eight rounded regime leaders during.2000 1st Ave. NW. Robert Bou- [Scrv "The Gifts for days than anyone could in eight! the seven years of dictatorship, ton. Scrv. 9. "Think and jBody Eve. 8. "Hind- first lime Fri issues rangiii i democracy. NE. S.S. Serv. 7. Wed. eve. 7. Eilis 1'ark Church of Goil 726 I, ave. NW. John Little. S.S. Serv. Eve. 6. Wed. eve. 8. _ First Church of Christ, Central Sl.icntist 1242 2nd ave. SE. S.S., serv. Wed. eve. First 25th st. PRKSBYTEKIAN Calvin Sinclair (United) 715 38th st. SE. Earl A. Hucb- ncr. Serv. "Some Kaets About Our speaking with your Ralob B. Colton. he boasted of his lightning return to Greece amid ''How do you find me? Some; say f have Caramanlisis a national crisis. asked a Turkish correspondent. "Give this newsman a drink: Hearing "You're younger looking First (United) 310 5th st John S. Shew. Larry R.! "A Ma ranees and Helps in First Open BiLie 1911 E ave. NW. Neal B. Gail. S.S. Serv. Eve. First Pentecostal Church Ex-Aide to Nixon Faces Demo in Tennessee Race NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Padilla was accompanied toj Former Democratic Rep. Ray would have teen, treated only tory action, as a "blip" had a liberal been i President. Always Bouncy 1973, and is due to be released [Aug. 14. that ended July 27 it posted However deep the troubles for l Government Set New Regulations on X-Rays million in sales, compared to ?329.8 million in the similar the period a year ago. i the Nixon presidencv or arduous n i n r, government rues have gone into the work Jor Ronald Ziegler ._ no one can remember him tak- FTC Complaint On Vitamin Diet The smallest rise in sales, S.li ing a vacation he always effect to reduce the amount of j WASHINGTON (UP1) The unnecessary X-ray exposure to Federal Trade Commission has medical and dental patients. new standards accused a vitamin diet opera- require tion of deceiving the public with LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF POBLIC HEARING ON REQUEST TO CHANGE THE DISTRICT THE LINN COUNTY ORDINANCE LINN COUNTY, IOWA AS ADOPTEt July...... percent, was recorded by the emerges as bouncy and confi largest retailer: Sears, as ever. m-infinir ihn c .1 Tn nf rhinaan Tho u educing the size of the X-ray i false claims of we ght loss, fir j M ,r Company; A few weeks ago he was over-; beam to limit of ra-i Named in a formal tallied SL 3 billion in sales com-; weight and frequently lookedidiation bevond the parts of Vitamin pared to Sl billion a year ago. ;paie and tired. Then, within a i body beim- filmed A Sears spokesman blamed jf.ew weeks he went on a diet and' cooler, drier weather in some of Most 30 pounds. At San Clemente, the firm's marketing areas for: he rides a motorcycle to work. sales of air condK w-hen the President qoes to turners, dehumidifiers and the 35-year-old "Ziegler mowers. The availability of re-jshows up i00" and fngerators and freezers was and iike a jun. mited _ .lior deacon. While he has been J. C. here, tallied rise to million Penney credited strong sales'Of in summer white goods, sport- In private." he 1-n.s a fierce ing goods, outdoor furniture and temper, directed usually at what barbecue equipment for the in- he as prt..sidenr.s cue- courrHl ercase- mies on the outside liberal Montgomery Ward Co.. Inc. Democrats and elements of the of Chicago, a subsidiary of .Mar- neu.s media, cor. Inc., said sales last month totaled 3263.2 million, a 12.2 pcr-: At lhelr eak cent hike over the sales of It was a year ago that efforts million counted a year ago. to remove Xiegler were at their Insti- Blanton and Republican Lamar Alexander, once a White House aide, have begun the battle for governor of Tennessee. "This fall we'll do just like Harry Truman." Blanton said after winning his party's nomin- ation in Thursday's primary election. "We'll just tell the truth and they'll think we're giving them hell by telling the truth." Taking note of impeachment developments, Alexander con- ceded, "Any Democratic nomin- ee :this year will be a substan- tial opponent. I think we have an uphill fight until November." With 89 percent of the vote reported, Alexander defeated p s y c h i a t r i s t Nat Winston in a field of four replied the In Another who iiad just been introduced to; always respected your him. "1 Caramanlis quipped. The premier. 67, strained to Indian Creek (Reformed) listen through the hearing JK.P. Hall, 1001 Old Marion rd. NE. Mark Pett. S.S. 11. Serv. 10. Kenwood 327 35th st. NE. L. A. Chamberlain, Murry Haver. Serv. he has worn for years. 1525 Holly- He inched his way through NE- Flo.yd J- ......t I roy. Communion and serv. scores of newsmen hoping for! an exclusive statement. political questions.'' his aides insisted. Caramanlis always stopped! for women reporters, however. "Ladies he insisted, and the greater the beauty the longer the pause. "You're a very beautiful! 'he told a young Yugoslav sw. Glenn reporter over a lingering hand- First Congregational 361 clasp. "What is a girl like you st. SE. Glenn N. Bender, doing among such Joke Audience Caramanlis raised his hands, Hus_Memorial JU n H e d) 800 Center Point id. NE. James O. McCoy. S.S. 9-30. Serv. Tues., Thurs. Eve. 7. Foursquare Gospel 609 1st ave. SW. Lee Griffis. S.S. Serv. 'Eve. 7. Wed. eve. Fri. run. Grace D ave. NE. Gilbert Gilgan. S.S. Serv. Eye. 7. Wed. Interdenominational 3rd st. and 5th ave. SW. A. J. Stokes. S.S. Serv. Tim Phillips. Eve. 7. "The Islamic 1st ave. SW. S.S., serv. prayer, 12. Friday prayer 12. Mcth-Wick Chapel 1224 13th st. NW. Serv. D. New Apostolic Wilson ave. SW. S.S. Serv. 10. Wed. eve. 8. N e iv Jerusalem Church of God in 9th ave. SE. H. Bassett. S.S. Serv. 12. Eve. 8. Peoples Unitarian 600 3rd ave. SE. Walter E. Kellison. Conversation, 11. Salvation Army 1123 3rd st. SE. Eugene Adney. S.S. Serv. 11. Eve. 7. Seventh-Day 237 10th st. ;VW. Francis Roy Serv. f. "Faith In Spite David M. Hay. 1285 rd ave. SE. Dr. John P. Woods. S.S. Serv. 8, 11. "A Christian and UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST and R) 351 8th ave. D. Hunt. Serv. 8. Robert L. Myren. Communion and serv. 10. "The Reality of His Acceptance and Forgive- Wed. eve. 7. Communion. Hope 150 9th ave., Hia- asking for an audience while Lyle V. Kuehl. Serv. 8. told a joke: candidates. With 12 Democrats in the race. Blanton led with votes to for Jake "A teacher asked a schoolboy, to identify and name pictures of j OTHEK CHURCHES Butcher, an Oak Ridge banker. classi Asked if anyone in the -...-L. un jLtugi_ ii t_i ti_ i ilSetlianvC'ni tute, Certified Research Corp.. Alcxandcr. 34_ m ,hc white thought answer was wrong 16th st NWLM rou'c'V d RTrch House in (0 tlie cam- Council and Marketing Group j paign made were: said. 'The cow comes rTP 4 Jtcnnessec in 50 years. The state a d 'f! s The FTC said operators ofjcnnstitlltjon prevcnts Dum from the program had advertised runlling for a sccond four. Caranianhs s.ucl there across the country that they had! tcrrn j three brands of women, as there were three types of democracy steaks, Banon. "-an Anglo-Saxon I imotnct COM Pil-nr- IT} Tnnn v Mediterranean." ie-uiuL-ied] .Thc worst ,ypc of (iemoeracy two years ago. is Mediterranean." the premier All eight congressmen m this MedUcrranMn ahorse, a sheep and a cow. And; 2435 4th I this was answered correctly ;u'e.. Marion; Fri., 8, 2720 2nd 'ave. SE. Bethany Mary A. White. S.S. j v. 10. "The Scramble horse, a sheep and a cow.' Security st. and Edgewood rd. NE. Sieg- fried Roeske. S.S. Serv. 11. Seventh Day Church of God (Meridan) 3336 Prairie dr. NE. W. T. McMickin. School Sat. 10. Serv. Temple Judah 3221 Lind- say lane SE. Summer serv. Fri. eve. Unity 2nd ave. SE. Mabel K. Swanson. Serv. 11. "Our Forgotten One all of North Hollywood, I Dunn the first GOP governor of first'! Cedar Hills Community Re- fnrmctl 20 YEARS AGO An Italian expedition messaged it had climbed K2 Mt. Godwin Austen the world's Gordon ave. second highest peak. Hth Sign stale were rcnomuiatcd and two! of them. Democrats Joe Evins RADFORD, Va i.APi Cc-univ Board .County, lo.va ildl. but Was a Swedish woman and Richard Fulton, have no I TT0 position in November. If it really all Senate Approves Bill UJdL HUL. i n _.. People in the habit of glanc-! Trial ing up at the First Merchants: WASHINGTON (UPli bank gasped for ainsenate has approved a bill aimed T i i "i' fwleral court I C I and-Monday that the mercury had procedures liv requiring that leifcJVlblOn LlbTinqS K, W, persons be Iried within !M days ,rj.- wi it 4i3 fecT that par! pi r "'c'-'i'.V9 f', of Ivanhoe Ro-id "it' fCal temperature WHS W 'UTP.SI. Waterloo 9-KCRG-TV, Cedar Ropids 2-WMT-TV, Cedar Rnpids 3-KTVO, Ortumwo X-WHBF-TV, Rock Island 6-WOC-TV, Davenport LaCross 10-KROC-TV, Rochester 12-KIIN-TV, Iowa 13-WHO-TV, DCS Moinei 40-KDUB, Dubuque Saturday Night ?-Artion Hews, Weather, 9-Lawrence '.Vclk 1 3-Lawrence Welk Lawrence Welt 6--Prince Street Players B-Nattonal Gconra 10 Hews, Weather, Guitar 11-Evowitnesi TJew Kung oduor 7-Untnnied World Viciofy at Seo 17- World of Anim In Fomilv NBC Aftovles- "Girl rtn Lote, Late Show" Jimmy Dean Partridae Farntlv All In Family 6-NBC Movies- "Girl on Late, Lole Show" 10-HBC "Honky "Girl on Late. Lote Snow" Who 9-ABC Suspense "Death Squad" 2-ABC Suspense :.-.-J degrees, but a malfunc- The measure would require lion sign had added 100 degrees federal courts to hold (rials to the reading on the hank. within fiO dny.s of a person'., By -1 p.m.. however, it had indictment, cooled down to 192. in V-New 1'j-Wovi 'r-.'.i a' ".Rrt'ntjp of ;h? 5th PJS... cwn'fy, rit cornc-r'of't.oj'l'Irrwjulnr of Thp SE-.< of thtr.cf M Ff-.-r !r, nf'.r hr- ih" thc-r.cc M 3-1 C.L-- 16 r f-i-tt; trance r. S ti-.-ri., cent-- .n l I'.Altx, n an- been called "one of the mo-it notuicetl that improvcment.s in the Kichard .M. would .speak talcral criminal justice machi- durmg the Herbert Hoover 80th nrry" in almost 100 years by birthday observance at West'chief sponsor, SMI Krvin' liranch on Aug. 10. i'--- ol ls ?-Bol) Me "Honkv "Gir on l.olc. Late Show 40- Portndgc 00 "Fabrics and Sewing" A Brand New Section Coming To The Cedar Rapids Gazette Wednesday, August 14 Of interest to all wr.men who fashion clolhes or do Knillmg Needlepoint Upholstering Draperies etc. For ads in ihis section, call Display Advertising Dept. 398-8224. Plan Now, Losl Minote Deadline is 10 A.M. Thors. Auyusl 8. One Hour" CLEANERS Coupons Must Be Presented With Inc Sweaters Trousers I I u SPECIAL- OF- THE-WEEK! Expires August 9 Plain 2 Piece Suits 2 Piece Dresses O'Goats Furs, toothers, Pleati, Extra. No Limit Trash Compactor fxpert Alterations, Mending Re-w 2 LOCATIONS 3rd St. SE HOURS: Open 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Dnny Marion 708 7lh Ava HOURS; Jhru Fri. 7 n.m. lo 8 0 a.m. lo 6 I Hour Service Dally 'Til 3 p.m. 2nd Ave. SE 364-0213   

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