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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather- Fair and vvurine r this afternoon Sunday. l.mv IOUJJ.IK niicl to upper 60s. lliKli about CEDAK RAPIDS. IOWA. S.ViVKIMY. .11 l.Y K. 1974 FINDS CITY FINAL 15 CENTS ASSOCIATED PRKSS. IW, NKW YORK TIMES 22 Facing Chargesin Drug Ring Tops Panel Verdict Is Murder in unions have donated c a in n funds members of the house have given S-1.051) The second largest total re- judichr ;-ce'vc'd- wcnt 10 Democrat committee since it began its im- ,'e'p'd'r t eT from' 'the poiichmcnt with 30 per-Teamsters and from the '''inn A.N'AMOSA t w o persons face cont of it coming from Ihe prc- L'AW and AFL-CIO unions, in connection with a Teamsters union. Democrat Charles Itangel Junio if Conner was found guilty by T w e n t y charges jdi edly worth roimirv frnm fiiiin in riinirmi-jt than Ironi unions since r tommy iiom Chile diplomat- M[ received One of lhe mosl ardcnt Nlxon ic pouches and military critics on the committee. Demo-; Sentencing has been sched- jcraft, the justice department infi impcachmcnt and from Jerome of Cahfor-uled for 9 a.m. Aug. 8, al- lays, anti-impeachment Teamsters !nla' spl" wllh thc slatc AFL-though Conner s attorneys m- Irug-smuggling ring that allog- Campaign finance York listcd as receiving Jones county district court jury idly brought million show that onlv three of the from thc Tcamsters and.Saturday of first degree murder forth of cocaine into members have received from Pro-impcachmenfm the March 10 death from unions since unjavr JII1M1 li, Ceuar ,1 l-J u 1IU11II11UI.1U11 fjU l_ 1 .11 I.JO VJUIlllUIlJI UJJMUU1. til LU i arrested j member. Rep. Edward Mez-jnor NevertnclesSi ho in the morning of March six others jvinsky. an Iowa Democrat who I S i x t e e n persons, including; More than half i members of the [force and navy, wi in Santiago, while were arrested in suburban [faces a tough re-election race Washington, New York and Mad-1 He reported getting from ison, Wis., this week. The jus-i the Teamsters and from tice department identified all AFL-CIO unions and the United key members of the ring. Auto Workers. The ring smuggled at least 162, Critics have suggested that pounds of cocaine from Chile tollnc impeachment proceedings New York via Washington be- m'ght bc unfairly influenced by the AFL-CIO, whose leaders I have called for President Nix- leadership during his re-dicated thev wi 1 appeal the de- from an AFL-CIO union; 10. Her body was found in the and from the auto workers, jold Morley bridge area in Jones Two Republicans March 16. money from unions. Thomas Testimony indicated her death tween May, 1973, and last month, said John Bartels, drug Secretary of State Kissinger Meets with Pope Paul of Number of Sniper SSioS a! t v A [Kissinger for "-from o Year Aao PeacegEfforfs Up Decker said Friday. "We're! the indication that Cedar RapidsjGcrmanJ'
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