Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 'MUON*! WI A1 MI it M«viC( IO*KAST to (M* f. r a t ? 11 UH WI ATMI I? f CKK AS) €> Rain is expected Friday night in parts of the Midwest and along the south Atlantic coast. Mostly fair elsewhere. The Weather High temperatures Thursday, low temperature* overnight and inches of pre cipitation: Anchorage Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston S7 SI .34 78 71 .ll 82 SS 77 68 87 49 75 5* 89 74 85 80 .09 L Angeles 80 47 Miami 85 BO Minneapolis 79 64 N. Orleans 89 71 .01 New York 85 68 Phoenix 104 79 Seattle MMM Washington 77 70 .07 AA Missing Extended Forecast — Chance of rain Sunday ending Monday with partly clondy skies on Tuesday. Lows, mid 50s to 60s. Highs in mid 70s to 80s. C. R. Weather High Thursday ...............81 Low overnight ...............68 Noon Friday "8 2 p.m. Friday ............... 78 Precipitation ........ 0.18 Total for August ............2.39 Normal for August ......2.97 Normal through August ...23.16 Total for 1974 .......... 33 88 Barometer, falling .........30.04 Humidity at noon ..........77% Wind direction and velocity at 2 p.m. SE at 13 mph. Sun rises Saturday, 6:09; sun sets, 8:14. Year Ago Today — High. 87; low. 71; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Towne court NE, and Larry J. Driscoll, 1216 Fourth avenue SE, all fined $25 and costs. Edwin Polk, 1340 G avenue, Marion, forfeited $25 cash bond. Gary Lee Steichen, Atkins; Sue Ann Reek, Winthrop; Gregory Carl Schmidt, Tripoli; Spencer Carson McCormick, Troy Mills; .John White, jr., 2020 Martin avenue SE; Manuel David Himes, Mechanicsville; Mark Steven Davis. West Des Moines; Kevin Shea Malamphy, 3701 H avenue NE, and Donald Devere White, 2828 Waveland drive NW, all fined $20 and costs. Improper muffler — Kevin Keith Hastings, Waukon, for-I feited $25 cash bond. Kim Nixon, Ford n C.R. in Years Past —Ford— (Continued from Page I I (hat holds government together, and not only government but civilization itself. That bond, though strained, is unbroken at home and abroad.” He promised an administration of open-i ness and candor. Moving quickly to assure the world that U.S. foreign policy remains basically unchanged, I 'Ord summoned ambassadors I from 59 nations to the White; House and sent messages to the foreign ministers of every country. He was moving on domestic! issues, too, holding an inaug-ural day meeting with key! economic advisers. * * * The midterm inauguration was the climax to an event-! ed week in which the pres-! sure on Nixon to resign, and the rumors that he would do so, built steadily. Nixon’ s announcement on Monday that he had withheld! key evidence knowledge of litical grounds caused even his liegion post. Masonic .services staunchest supporters to de- will be conducted by Bruce Maryland his impeachment or resig- sonic lodge. All Master Masons na, ' on - are asked to meet at the chapel By resigning, Nixon retained at 10:15 a m. Monday. Friends the r-jght to collect a $62,500 a may call at Cedar Memorial fu-vear pension and the emolu-'neral home after noon Sunday merits of office -- free office and at the Chapel after 9 a.m. space, secretarial help, secret Monday. The family suggests service protection, the franking that friends may, if they wish, donate to the Linn County Heart Fund Forrest Hulen Forrest “Shug” Hulen, 75, of 953 Twelfth street NFL died T h u r s d a y following a long illness. Formerly of Missouri, he had been a Cedar Rapids resident 40 years. Born Dec. 14. 1898, at Lancaster, Mo., he was I married to Gladys M leonard on Doe. 14, 1936, at Aledo, HI. He served with the U.S. army during World war II. Prior to his retirement he was employed by Iowa Manufacturing Co. Mr Hulen was a member of the Firm Masonic lodge, AF & AM; of Melcher; and the Machinist local 831. Surviving are his wife; a son. Capt. Dennis E. Hulen, Washington, DC.; and three grand daughters. Services: 10:30 a m. Monday at Chapel of Memories by the Rev. .John P. Woods of Westminster Presbyterian church Burial: Cedar Memorial, where about his early military services will be con- Watergafc on po- ducted by Hanford American McAtte Dies of Burns Suffered In Truck Crash the OrJar Rapids Gazette: Iii.. August 9, J974 LaPeters io Commission: Reinstafe Five Officers Cedar Rapids would be best Johnson is innocent of the Hartzel lf McAtte, 58, Walford, died at University hospitals, Iowa City, at 12:40 a.m. , „ .. ., ... , F r i d a y of burns suffered Sf,rved lf ,he suspensions of five charges. Ile said the citizens of Wednesday night in a three- police officers are ended imme-vehicle collision. diately. the man who issued the McAtte .suffered second and suspensions said Friday, third degree burns to 90 percent of his body at 3:42 p.m. Wednesday at the intersection of highway 149 and Edgewood road SW. The accident happened when a car driven by Robert Clark, 60, Oelwein, made a left turn in front of McAtte’s on-coming camper truck After the collision, a tank on the back of McAtte s truck burst into flames igniting the gas tank. McAtte’s truck came to rest after hitting a second car that was .stopped for a red light at the intersection. Passers-by pulled McAtte from the his burning truck. Police charged Clark with failure to yield the right of way. Clark’s wife, Evelyn, 57, was reported in good condition at Mercy hospital Friday with a concussion, lacerations and a broken pelvis. the city, as well as the police department, would be best served if Johnson is immediately returned to work. Each of the other lawyers at the hearing then asked La- Poliee Chief Wallace LaPeters made the remarks in a civil service commission hearing on the Peters if his r(>mar k. s also ap-appeals of the five officers, p | ied t0 their c | ients _ Millsap, whom LaPeters suspended early Manchester, Rosdail and Am-last month. meter — and he said they did. The five are Assistant Chief .. , Wallace Johnson and Detectives Mfetln <! Adjourned Kenneth Millsap, Robert Man- The commission was ad-chester, Darwin Ammeter and journed then, only 35 minutes Donald Rosdail. They were sus- after it convened. The commis-pended after they were indicted sinners met privately to make a by a county grand jury on decision, but Chairman Allen charges of perjury, obstruction Yarowsky declined to predict of justice and in some cases when the decision would be an-conspiracy. nounced LaPeters specified the indict- After the hearing, LaPeters merits as the reason for the sus- was as |< pd why, if he has pensions, not the alleged illegal changed his mind regarding the acts named in the indictments, suspensions, he didn’t merely Questioned reinstate the officers. , „ .. , The chief said he was not sure He was questioned Friday by a lawyer representing Johnson about his (LaPeters") own in- sj(m was forma|| |nvo|ved and vestigatiofi into the allegations , ha( he b( , |ieves (he hcaring was the proper place to have the he had the authority to do so once the civil .service commis- Jesse C. Murray Jesse C. Murray, 88. of 322 was riding and ran off the road. Traffic accidents claimed ll privilege and the like By Dale Kueter He would have loe-.t these “They were paid for by the and have been stripped of the taxpayers and produced in Ught to hold future civil federal Washington, D C., by the most office — if he had been im- massive organization ever peached by the house and re- known to perpetrate power and moved by a two-thirds majority becor * d avenue SE. a Cedar lives last year in Cedar Rapids buy elections.” vote of the senate, events which Ka P ids resident most of his life Services are pending at the So said Richard Nixon in terned unavoidable after this and a bui,din 8 construction Brosh chapel, Cedar Rapids. Cedar Rapids Sept. 24, 1966, week’s Republican defections in w °[ ker > died Thursday. speaking about federal projects congress. Born Dec. la. 1885, in James- —Chorals—— that freshman Democrats were ^ ord inherited the leadership Hwn, he was married to Bar . . f r, • • • .. . ... . . _ I L 1 IkJmi HI lAtR if Anrinnnn from Porto I \ claiming to have gained McAtte’s death was the tenth of wrongdoing traffic fatality in Cedar Rapids ‘‘My conclusion is that it is an this year and the second in two unreasonable indictment.” La-days. Steven I) Hills. 22, of 661 Peters said when asked what Fifteenth avenue SW, died his investigation revealed. Thursday of injuries .suffered He also said he believes, on earlier in the day when he lost the basis of what he knows, that control of the motorcycle he question decided. to I their home districts. perately needs to heal the Nixon was in Iowa stumping wounds of Watergate. Indeed. 'for Republican congressional outgoing President said he would Schulte, 2920 Westwood drive, NW, and Gregory Myers, 1748 candidates, and in Cedar Rapids hoped his departure Meadowdale drive NW, each j promoting the candidacy of then s PCcd that process. at Muscatine. He was a member Nixon aides. Three grand juries of the Methodist Church. arp sti „ on the job Grand Jury Returns No Bill on Vrzal The Linn county has returned a no ease of Thomas Vrzal, accused Mayor Robert M. L. Johnson. fined $10 and costs. Overtime perking Rona Abernathy, 1326 C avenue NE, johnson was opposing freshman fined $30. Democratic Congressman John Disobey stop sign — Chad Culver. Rockwell Smittkamp. 2810 Mrs. Murray survives. Former Treasury Secretary of assault with intent to inflict Services: Turner chapel cast CTonnally pled not guilty Friday great bodily injury in connection with burns suffered by his Twelfth avenue SW, fined $10 and costs. Prohibitive, destructive acts — James Edward Gerlich, 272! Indiandale road SE, fined $20; and costs. Failure to have vehicle under control — Gary D. Hendricks. Aplington, fined $25 and costs. | Driving wrong way on a oneway street — Mark Evan Andrews, Central City, fined $151 Four years later, Get. 17, 1970, House Republican Leader Gerald F'ord was in Cedar Rapids to advance the candidacy of Cole McMartin, the COP candidate who was attempting to head off a fourth term for Culver. Ford Interview Ford, in an interview, de- “In Good Hands” leadership of America in good hands,” said at 10:30 a m. Monday by Chap- on charges he took $10,000 in lain David Quiring. Friends bribes to influence a 1971 hike may call at Turner east. in milk price supports. - F’ord could seek to prevail Memorial Services upon Jaworski not to bring BHI. Milliard John, - Mi. char S es a S ainsl Ni * on ,he Zion Baptist church at 1:30 ground Nixon had paid a severe “The will be Nixon. Nixon spoke on national television and radio from the Oval Office, surrounded by the trappings of the presidency he was )y. ebb - Burial: Oak Hill. 1 Friends may call at Turner cast until 9 p.m. Friday and at the son. Vrzal, 29. of street SE, had after his son. Jeffrey. IO. suffered second and third degree Bismarck ... Chicago..... Cincinnati .. Cleveland . .. Des Moines . . Detroit Indianapolis . Kansas City Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Omaha ...... St. Louis ... Sioux Falls . . dined to get into the party spat (between liberal New York Con- surrendering after 2.207 days. The nation watched, too, a few minutes later when F'ord spoke in the rain outside his suburban Alexandria, Va., home. “I think the President of the United States has made one of the greatest personal sacrifices for the country and one of the p.m. Saturday by Dr. LeRoy enough penalty in becoming the rns on b e S s July ll. White and the Rev. Harmon first Chief Executive forced to Police had alleged resign. poured gasoline on the Ford has said nothing publicly j youngster's legs and the gaso-about his intentions. pine was ignited when Vrzal lit a cigaret or match. Hearing Sept. 4 In Police Case A hearing has been set for 9 a m. Sept. 4 on a petition for a writ of certiorari filed on behalf of six present and former members of the Cedar Rapids police department indicted by the Unn grand jury. The petition for the writ was grand jury filed Thursday morning, asking bill in the * be court *° nullify the findings of the grand jury because the grand jury itself was allegedly invalid. Indicted for conspiracy, perjury, and obstruction of justice were Cedar Rapids Safety Com-825 Fifteenth m ‘ ss ‘ 0ner James Steinbeck, and hoon arrand detectives Kenneth Millsap, Donald Rosdail. Robert Manchester, and Darwin Ammeter. Asst. Police Chief Wallace y Johnson is charged with perjury za and obstruction of justice. church after IO a.m. Saturday Saturday I and costs . Weather, Hi-Lo; Striking fixtures adjacent to ........PtCldy 74-51 street _ Frod A Fpttf 2312. , „ ........Shwrs 81-64 R 0rnpot strect SE> fined $2 o|gressman Charles Goodell and Cloudy 83-66 ! and costs< Vice-president Agnew, but did fj n|ir , ftna | dw .jc ion c n n he Intent to injure — Thomas gay he believed the vice- , . personal decisions on De Burns, Marion, fined $25 and prps j dpnt ', controversial rheto- ha,f ° f aH ° f US Americans bv costs. I president a controversial rm to- hjs decision f0 res j gn » Ford Failure to stop before cross- ric produced far more pluses said ing sidewalk or emerging from than minuses” for the GOP. ,, f „ , 1U alley - Anthony Dunlevy. 47011 A , ot of Watergate has oas.sed L “ ,S eyeS fl,,cd Wlth tearS ’ [he Midway drive NW, fined $151 ndr a cir*™ »ht*n bidd,n g. broad-shouldered 61- and costs. “ nde ' the dam s,nw th ™‘ year-old Ford promised Failure to yield — Anna G.| Agnew and Nixon are gone. . Qn problems serious Smith. Clarksville, fined $20 Ford is President of the United ,. , ‘ and costs St ites ones, which we have at home, in Striking unattended vehicle L . . .. the spirit of cooperation which I - Ila Patricia Swea,in*™,820 « not impo mg rn hu,^ wj|| bo ‘„ hjblt£ , d wjth Thirtieth strect, Marion, fined appearance on behalf of Mc-$25 and costs. (Martin. In fact. McMartin did Iowa Deaths I most at a Holiday NUV Vienna Laurence W.| Inn press conference. Ford Westhoff, 70. Monday at 10:30 steered around any questioning at St. Boniface’s. Visitation “that would put me in the feud after 6 Sunday and parish i atween the vice-president and scripture at 8 at Kramer 1, Republicans PtCldv 79-62 . Tshwrs 75-61 PtCldy 78-61 Tshwrs 80-65 Tshwrs 83-65 . Shwrs 76-61 1 Tshwrs 74-60! PtCldy 85-651 Tshwrs 84-69 Tshwrs 78-63 Kopel Terms Detox Center “Bombshell” Sees Indictment —Farewell— [Continued from Page I.) John 1053 Fifth avenue SE. and Mack Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) Lacrosse (12) 5.3, no change Lansing (18) 8.8, no change Dam 9(18) 13.8, rise .3 McGregor (18) 7.3. rise .1 Guttenberg (15) 4.8, rise .2 Dubuque (17) 8.0, rise .3 Davenport (15) 4.9, rise .1 Keokuk (16) 3.6, no change the congress and the new ident. . . .” —Decision— 'Continued from Page 1.) Rep. McCIoskey (R-Calif.i said. “I know that Jerry Ford would never promise to pardon him a* a condition for his resignation.” McCIoskey predicted that , a j, Nixon ‘‘will be indicted very lri ... 4A . , CAil Linn county Auditor Merle shor „ v - but sa , d noIhi abou , Rolling (.ibson 40. of 1500 Fif- Kopel Friday termed the Mercy thf , basis for his f orot . ast avpnue indicted hospital detoxification center as Senator Brooke iR Mass i ^ or a ^ e * ed lv heating David potentially “the biggest final- who , ast November became the Unt 1206 Fifth avenue SE, with ., t0 l c, al bombshell ever to hit Unn first Republican senator to call a club on .tune 15 icount y for Nixon’s resignation, in- * * * Kopel was referring to the traduced a ‘‘sense of congress” ( Rber indictments returned by county s share of the cost of resolution in the senate Thurs-1fbe grand jury last Friday incaring for indigents committed da y urging that Nixon be spared (dude: to the center. Under recently- prosecution if he resigned. Bertha Mac Sykes, carrying a enacted state law the county Rut leaders in both houses, c 0 n c e a * e d weapon; Steven picks up 25 percent of the tab expressed their disapproval. James Fowler, receiving stolen and the state the remaining 75 House Republican leader John j property, Bruce Allen Slay-pcrcent. Rhodes of Arizona said he had maker, possession of a con- But at a basic cost of $62 per no lawful authority to grant jm-, trobed substance; Harlan G. * * * Indictments were returned always sustain us because the against two men accused of as- greatness comes not when sault with intent to inflict great things go always good for you, bodily injury. bu * Me greatness comes when David Kidd. jr.. 23, of >’ ou re ^appointed, when you take some knocks. “Proud of You” ‘ Only when you’ve been res Cedar at C R. (13) 3.75, fall .02 Dyersville. Ftkader — Louis W. Wilke, 70. Saturday at 2 at Peace United Church of Christ. Witt’s Shellsburg — Terry Lee Dennis, 25. Saturday at 3. Turner chapel west, Cedar Rapids. Burial: Palo cemetery. Anamosa —Sam J. Adams. 84. Saturday at I, Goettsch’s. Decorah — Fen Glover, 80. Saturday at 2. First Lutheran church. Steine’s. Wellman — Henry W. Dariart, 92. Powell’s. Fort Atkinson Eugene New York Times Huber, 76. Saturday at 9:30, .Science Monitor. Nixon was critical Coralville Lake Pool level Friday ......650 24 Births — St. Luke's Aug. 8 — To the families of Kenneth Coats, 1967 C avenue NE, a son; Thomas Foss, 234 Sussex drive NE, a daughter; David Ramm, 3827 D avenue NE, a daughter; Gerald Wickham. 618 Thirty-second street NE, a daughter; David llajek. 225 Chatham road NE, a daughter. Births — Mercy Aug. 8 — To Charles Kelly, 422 Thirty-ninth street NE, a daughter. I Aug. 9 — To the families of Robert Duff. 303 Thirty-sixth street NE, a daughter; Robert Sehaufenhuel, 2340 Sixteenth street NW, a son. Out of Town Births At Marengo — Mr. and Mrs. Gene \V. Hawkins, a daughter, Aug. 4. Mrs. Hawkins is the; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack cbar -n ed with conspiracy Hawkins. 48 Eighteenth street, Marion. Marriages Dissolved Anna Lee and Duane Earl Forkner; Mary Jane and Kenneth C. Hill; Betty Jo and Harrv Paul Lekin; Diana and Robert Hartman, jr.; KU-;address as 1800 Seventh avenue gene, jr., and Linda M. Harris; According to the petition filed against the men. customs in- Nixon called the shots in set- Iheir misgivings to Nixon ting up the press conference and appearance with Johnson. He told the mayor how the seating should be. That he would run for the presidency in 1968 was obvious. Nixon Critical Six staff members accom- the de- of the _ , _ ., access to Nixon’s ear. Onlv panted him to Cedar Rapids, as prcss Spcretarv yi( , |la | d Zleglfr did newsmen from NBL, the day the amount owed by world affairs. They conveyed CO ynty could be staggering pending on the number In the final analysis, the two drunks conlmit(pd lo the had many allies in seeking to center, according to Hope!, end the crisis through resigna- persons mav be committed to Hon. The coalition represented |he center in tw0 ways Thev an amalgam of motives: patriotism, politics, conscience. But Haig and Kissinger were m jn ed bv themselves, a certify-among the very few with direct j n ^ physician, .spouse, guardian. in the deepest valley can you know how magnificent it is to be on the highest mountain.” Nixon said he departed proud of the people “who have stood by us and worked for us and served this country. We want you to be proud of what you have done. “Always remember, others may hate you but those who hate you don’t win unless you hate them — and then you de- congress has r in two ways. They deride who is may either be picked up by the prosecuted, police as they are now or com no and authority is not to to be and Christian of Pres- St. John’s Catholic church. Rosary Friday at 8, Chekal’s. Tama — Louis K. Mochal, 72. Saturday at IO, St. Patrick’s Catholic church. Rosary Friday at 8, Mason-Hand’s. Two C.R. Men Charged with Importing Drug Two Cedar Rapids men were to import cocaine in a complaint filed bis future whether he would Thursday in Cedar Rapids ted-j .seek the Republican nomination ranked with them in access. Almost all others had to present their thoughts in writing. Often alone, Nixon weighed ident .Johnson for not coming up c<>nrnclinf , counsc |. Kv Wednes . with a solution in V ietnami " All d aftern00n he was roadv t0 ,..o„ IDI” said Nixon, the way with LBJ, . . means higher prices and inflation on the home front.” Even though the former president had lost by a tiny margin to John Kennedy in I960, and despite his bitter defeat for governor of California in 1962, he was obviously not quitting. When asked to comment on era I court. Charged were Gary Joseph Steger and John William Dodge, Jo I both of w hom listed their hear directly from the only outside delegation to see him during the week — three congres- NKe ' sional Republicans who told him the worst. Around 6:30 that evening he went from a meeting with Kissinger in the Oval Office to the family quarters. Awaiting him were his wife, his daughters and their husbands, and his loyal secretary, Rose Mary Woods. relative or any other responsible person, according to the state statute. A meeting of the county supervisors, Kopel, health and law enforcement officials was held Friday to discuss enactment of the legislation. At the meeting munity to anyone Smith, drunk driving second of- S | r0 y yourself.” Brooke’s resolution merely Jfcnse; James Donald Hahn, rob- “f b j s b<)Use ba5 would carry tho authority of aggravation, and congress’ opinion, not the force,George Palmer Mundy. drunk of law. PIxcept in impeachments, driving second offense. * * * No hills were returned by the grand jury in the cases: Michael Ray Muldoon, carry Brooke said he sought "resig- j ng a concealed weapon; “Sute we have done some nation with confession. He said charles John Hanson, rape; things wrong in this administra-Nixon should make a lull expla- Douglas Lynn Peterson, larceny tion, and the top man always of a motor vehicle; Lynn Dale takes the responsibility, and (’lift, operating a motor vehicle I’ve never ducked it.” he said, without the owner’s consent; i“But... no man and no woman Fred Morris, lascivious acts came into this administration with a child; Rufus Lea, carry- and left it with more than bt' ing a concealed weapon: Wil- came in No man or woman Sought Confession nation and admission of his role in Watergate as the price for adoption of his resolution. But except for admitting he had made “mistakes ’ in the course of his quarter-century a great heart and the heart comes from those who serve.” Nixon acknowledged as he did in his resignation speech that some mistakes were made dur-following in g b j s s t a y in the White House. “None Profited” one official joked only half-hear- political career. Nixon made no |j am George Walter, jr., operat- ever profited at the public ex- tedlv that the best location for a ‘ sut ’b confession bar might be across the street Many m congress argued that from Mercy hospital so indigent Nixon had suffered enough, drunks mild commit them- Their view reflected that exselves after a drinking binge. pressed during the house judici-Cedar Rapids Safety Commis- ary committee s debate on im-stoner James* Steinbeck in- peachment by one of Nixon’s ing a motor vehicle without the pense or the public till, owner's consent; Michael How- ‘ Mistakes, yes. but not for ard, breaking and entering, and personal gain. ever. You did David Allen Knappe, contribut- what you believed in. sortieing to the delinquency of a times right, sometimes wrong ” minor. As Nixon and his family en- Ann louise und Kenneth John Landen berg, and Betty L. and Claire R. Bergstad. Fires 11:08 am. Thursday. Accidental alarm at 226 Fifth avern 1 '' BF’ . . . 6:05 a m. Friday, rump water j be p a)r was arrested Ihursday. in 1968 (polls then showed George Romney to be in the lead for the GGP nomination). Nixon said: “I’m glad to see all Republicans do well, but I’m declining [Miss Woods is virtually a Women Weep Nixon told them that he now w as determined to resign. All the Nixon women, and specters found the cocaine in a letter addressed to the men from Colombia, South America. The letter was delivered and any comment about cause right now 1966 tan! ” 1968 bels impor- at city halt. Magistrate's Court • Speeding Kevin James Lynch. LIDO Thirty-sixth street NE; David John Kinkead, three, Marion; Deborah Weber, 2131 North route J e a n The men appeared before U.S. Magistrate James Hodges, who set a preliminary hearing for Aug. 15. Both Steger and Dodge were released on their own recognizance. “No Comment’’ CROFTON, Md (AP) Form er Vice president Agnew offered a terse “no comment” when asked about President Nixon’s downfall. member of the family, wept. Each implored him to fight. When Oliver Atkins, Nixon’s personal photographer, entered the room at 6:58, the emotions of the group found another outlet. a relief from tears. “They all cheered, as if I were a hero of some sort,” Atkins related. dictated the best policy for police officers to follow would bo to take every intoxicated person to the center rather than to the county jail. 30 YEARS AGO Sale of British newspapers and magazines was banned in U.S. army I camps in Britain until after the American presidential election Jh*'» Spetiall l0t hor Know with flown lit he supporters. Rep. Moorhead Calif i . “Impeachment, said, “is worse than death!’ On the other hand, some in congrid say the lesson of Watergate is that all men must be equal before the law. They said it would bo wrong for Nixon to escape punishment if those who learned out his orders had to go j to jail The grand jury three cases because were unavailable. Those cases, to be heard at the next meeting of the grand jury. are: Steven Church, larceny of a motor vehicle; Dennis Wayne Stick, larceny, and Carl Hobbs, larceny. continued tered the F!ast Room. Secretary witnesses,of State Kissinger led the standing ovation that caused tears to well in the eyes of the President and his family. “We don’t have a good word for it in English.” he said. “The best is au revoir. Well see you again.” PIERSON'S "nor (SUO El I IS BLVD. NU Howerphone 'Min-1828 F ii HSU . . HI MW HHS , fnniipl liflirvry roks F i ll FLOW FU MMM 1 5008 Center IM. Rd. VI 393-5565 BROSI! CHAPEL «t char Rapids “Ih-iolt'tl to I'ohlif Vniff" Inquire About Our Pre-arranged Services Solon o let our flowers speak for you FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every day $ JOHN E. CAPES w flowers for all occasions m 3rd Ave .1650511 si av “HAD 2 DOZEN CALLS ... 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