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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weather- Occasional rnin "ighl, Thursday, l. tonight, mid fills. Hi) Thursday, low (ills. CITY FINAL 15 CENTS PlilvSS. UP1, NKVt YORK TIMICS Magrnder told cover-up trial Wednesday he volunteered to lake blame for Ihe b Watergate ISy Frank Nye Slide Sen. .Jim Schabcn would j reeoniineiid repeal of (lie law I requiring statewide voler-regis Iralion if cleclcd governor. In lold a news conference at (iagc .Memorial Union on (lie Coe col- lege campus Wednesday morn ing. the Sfhaben, ihe Democratic can didale for governor, said, "Re ans pushed through UK quarters but lhal the idea was slalewide regis rejected by White House aides. Magrudcr. former deputy j direclor of Richard Nixon's re-! election committee, said thatj one week after the June 17, 11172. breakin be met with former At- torney General Mitchell and of- fered to go to the U. S. attor- ney's office and say he bad au- I h o r i z e d Ihe political in- telligence plan that led lo Ihe burglary. Asked about Mitchell's reac- tion. Magruder said, "He didn't accept il or reject il. He said he would discuss it at the House." He said Mitchell told later "they had discussed il Ihe While House and had rcject- Sohaben said people in Iowa's counties are irritated having lo register and said. -I personally feel w( could do away wilh registra lion." "Waste of Time" Schaben declared. "Most peo pie can furnish the identifier lion" needed to establish their right to vole. He called registration waslo of lime and a wasle of of and said there hadn't boon any evidence of votei him: fraud in Iowa before it went into! e registration was j HKACII. Calif, i Nixon Cox and Julie i'losidciu Nixon is Eisenhower, who flew in 'on Ihe cri'ical list, although he 'from Iho East Coast shows improvemenl and, Nixon bis mi-rna' bleeding has with Ihe iparomly stopped, Ins ,atc Wednesday. !Tuesday night and then wcnl lo j His vita signs arc stable, lhc San said Dr. John Lungren, adding demonic, 50 miles south of that some ed sleep during the night. J President could have "undis- The lormor President is Nj jd penencing restlessness and oc-1 oasional nausea Lungren said, i A Wl" e "Ollsc h word that President Ford lie said anli coagulation was praying for Nixon but had made no plans lo visit the former President. Slight Fever Lungron said Nixon's pulse slight fever. He said Nixon was medication intra- NIXON SURGEONS Doctors Eldon Hickman, left, performed on former President Nixon. nd John Lungren discuss the opo they blood elot resulting (Continued: Page Col. 7.) od il because I was too close lo passed by the legislature Mr. Mitchell and Mr. II. R. effect in 11175 in DO of the! deman." counlics of the stale. "Nixon Pleased" j Over .Magruder also testified that; he was told that Nixon P r v ions legislature a law requiring regislra- nine in L lly Larry Tanner he group developing Ihe builds a stronger economy' Verhille also cited Ihe at Cedar Rapids variety of agrieul-lion of belter professional ser-ihad been receiving to" combal 'orp. announced ils intentions Tuesday night of moving is Cedar Rapids firm will be and manufactured prod- vices such as medical and den- Ihr ed on a 20-acre site on the north uels so we can weather Ihe ups care; lax revenue from Ihe blood clols. U'flgc of Ihe dcvoJopmcnl. downs of an uncertain ceo-; manufacturing properly and I required only 'said the area will be annexed lo nomic future. jobs and career orporiunilies' 'cities of 10.1100 or more and was! Thomas A. Parks, president of Ihe city and he asked the conn-: "There is a benefit lhal can- for people of potentially fatal Intensive Care Lungren said Nixon is receiv- particularly pleased" by his in counties of over forts to keep the truth fi'onijwhich include the other coming out. I Iowa. Magruder said he was lold! Prior lo Ihallcgislali thai by then While House was sol John Dean. Describing how he in chios under 10.000. iKwik-Way. parent company of cil to extend water and sewer nol be expressed in money. II a lalsc story to tell a grand jury-' Schaben said lhal when Pres-'codar Rapids lokr'hies into il. 'consists of people. Constructive f (i nn Aug. ]fi. nearly two Ford came lo Iowa iasijibv Marion council liie firm has Kinpluv who lake an inlcicsl in in'riosh-i'il' hnmk L'inv- months lo the day after the week, he recommended that Re- sold ils present facility al 802! Parks termed'Cedar community's growlh as well I I fn 5 "Specially breakin. Magrudor said Dean publicans gel out and vole. Iron- Seventeenth street and is Engineering as "Ihe largest lo-'as their own. so I lold him, "Our other defendanls eonlinuod. Republican Hooking for a place to relocate, TofNov "l lto were holding 1 would not legislators "jammed, passed! --Marion is our first choice (See Drawing on Page 2B) i Lcadu ship dale ol Nov. J. The council directed pnblica- Iherapy which triggered the bleeding that sent Nixon into shock for three hours Tuesday alter phlebitis .surgery had i been discontinued ami will not ralc had and llc had a be begun again "until we feel j safe that bleeding from surgery j I is not a danger." j Nixon received] d llnoc pints of blood during _ n- transfusions to counteract shock; T Cm bleeding, lie moie blood was bong held reserve. "There were no significant' bleeding problems encountered at the lime of surgery." be said. Lungren's remarks came in three-page written statement I Way to Peace He atlribnled Ibe internal K I r- n Mid-East DACCA, Bangladesh (AP) Secretary of Slate. Kissinger said Wednesday that the door to negotiations between Israel and Arabs still appears to be open and he will probably visit the Middle East laic next week ing intravenous antibiotics and of intention assess Ihe prospecls. "That decision will be r a i n e d critical have to worry false slorv." about lolling Lungren and pushed consistently to niake'hc said it more diflicull for people loj The promised buildinu would 'Ihe other defendanls by requiring statewide I i I 
                            

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