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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Weather- Chance o[ rain In. nighl and Friday. Uws loniRht, mid GOs. Highs Friday, mid 70s. VOI.U.MK  Present excc-jjul-v 15. compared with ajgetling around the system dc- amendment. Speaker with J u d i c i a r v region WASHINGTON 15, 1973, required a seat! of ,he I belt system that allows cars at the nuclear plant. under certain condi-j tions. jEllyn, 111., to review the occur- it the nuclear plant. Rased on lE's initial investiga- penitentiary administrators he wanted to use all 13 of his hos- 1 cease-fire and adopting a dc 'facto partition of the former j British colony between the ma- jority G r e e k s and minority Turks. Shelled Villages UP! Correspondent Richard .'Gross said Turkish forces i shelled the Greek Cypriot vil. jlages of Karavas and Lapithos. 10 miles west of Kyrenia on lhe northern coast. A U.N. military source said the shelling by a Turkish war- ship forced the withdrawal of Greek-led Cypriot national i guard troops in the area, ages to shield him and two con-! Greek Cypl.inl Presidcnt Glaf. federates in their escape. Committee Texas. He has held the Linn Chairman Rodino (D-N.J.) to discuss the procedural ques- tions, but no decisions were re-, ported. Rodino said he wanted Post smce Fcb- to talk matters over with other 'Best Town' committee members. The 10 Republican members! who voted against impeachment j held a meeting of their own to plan defense moves, and later met with House Republican Leader John Rhodes. i Robert Bcttiga, present exec- 15 compared with ?2 45 ajgetling around the system Uc flf j firmed lhat there was no placed what he said was'joF Ky S r however, 41 percent bomb in the doorway oKthe'the I fective Aug. 5, to take a similar position at Corpus Christi, ?3.57 in mid-June to their vehicles before ver nT e 197 Vetol" we mid-July, compared with S2.47 a'putting on the belts, year earlier. commented that he was "leaving the town in the world.'' He said the "people in Linn county care about one another. "We have problems in Linnj A separate study published in! n., 'c American Journal of Public ihav.u.u, ,m: Other economic concludes thai the buz-Isurance Institute Ior radioactive liquids. ;ments: system installed in (Safety Wednes- Kenneth Rush, President 1972 model cars and all! Legislation is pendin- in Un- on's top economic adviser, saidil973 models to remind drivers I house of representatives to impeachment of Nixon by the to use belts was "a purchasers of 1975 and; house of representatives wouldiheallh failure" because it does I later model cars to choose'be- have no effect on the economy. Inot significantly increase theirjtween ignition interlock and The labor department report-1 use. buzzer-light belt systems. ikos derides protested to the linn AFP At ono during tlle that Turkish troops moved lion, howevei, the AEC con-, negotiations, an enraged into areas east renia and into Karavas, on ii jj j ii_ i u i- western side of the harbor It added that the classroom where he has! town. Minister Dimis Dimi- Greck Cypriot troops as due to under orders not to engage he removed it. .._... W. J. Estelic, head of the is analyzing the water to Texas corrections depart- :determine if the release exceed-: ment, told Carrasco earlier inot using any belts." said the iln the wfer ma-v 'have exceeded] held the hostages for eight days. Foreiqn M study by Leon Robertson, a Possible levels for normal i But momcnt b f said G lhavioral scientist with the release of Iow-levelithe b b were under ed Rhodes, who says he remains !counl-v< but we deal with them ed lhat the productivity of the; Earlier model cars, though And Senators Buckley undecided how to vole on and on tnc Others American economy, and lhe they may have had bells, hadjN.Y.) and Eaglelon" value of workers'paychecks ad-neither the warning nor Wednesday introduced them pcachmcnt. is meeting bus-v sweeping ly with groups of Republicans lhc n'g- find out where they stand. i B e i t i g a was praised Studying Specifics u Pleslclpnl Henry .Madden for a Wiggins said the anti-imychanger and an innovator." He peachment forces are trying that the outgoing assure that whatever debate'director always displayed an procedures arc adopted will pro- "unswerving sense of purpose." justed for inflation, rose slightly interlock system. kv in the second quarter of 197-1. A federal standard lion to revoke thc interlock tern requirement. the radioactivity permitted by AEC specifications. The AEC reported between Con.R.! 3.000 and gallons of slightly water was released, legisla-' off'c'a's said 'hey did not where the AEC got thc i Continued: Page 3. Col. 4. i Rain Eases East Iowa Drought Stress (Continued: Page 3. Col. 7. i Today's Index By Terry Hunter This was one morning in central Iowa when farmers didn't mind getting up to hear Comics Crossword Daily liecord Deaths Editorial l-'caturcs Kiirin Financial Marion...... Movies Society Sports Stale Television Want Ads 2S 28 3 3 Ii 25 1.1 lli-18 .21-21 14 III-M Difficult Month Dr. William Ramstad, last year's United Way president, commented lhat the almost I wo-1 the sound of rain drizzling out- month period in which there will: side their windows he no p.-1-mi.no.il director will Bccause of he mrnths. and prolonged dry spell in most of the slate, thc gradual drizzling of I.Sfi inches of rain in lhe Cedar Hapitls area be- fore noon was the answer io lie said ;hc board's adminis- trative committee will meet Fri- day nomi to name an acting director. New Israeli Attache TK1, AVIV (AP) Gen. Avra- liam Aclan. the lank commander. many prayers. Although ea.sUeiilial lusi'd Ihc annored ring! "ol experiencing the se- Egypl's Third army drought conditions of the soulliwest pail of the stale, Ccdnr liapids area Crop Spe- cialist Jerry Gogan said East- ing the October war. has been a ppo i n I cd Israel's military attache in Washington. crn Iowa moisture reserves wci'e diminishing quickly. "Last night's rain should al- leviate most of the drought stress in this area and carry us for the next ten days with- out any drying conditions." said (liigan. The area's rain and the dc- s i r a h I r temperatures the past week should be a positive factor boosting area yields this fall, Gogan said. liural Cedar liapids farmer ICd liontly agrees lhat this rain will boost fall yields if there is a late frost dale as well. "K always seems that minutes before the disaster we finally gel a rain." said HonHv. Farming (iOO acres of corn and 300 acres of soybeans with his son. Bontty was glad to get the half inch of rain he had received by 9 a.m. "Although lhe crop situa- tion looked fair but dry before the rain." said Hontly. "we nccdtd lhat moisture that is crilicaj in silking of corn and blossoming in soybeans." Even though Monlty wel- comed lhe recent rain, he will still take a yield cut because of the over abundance of rain lasl spring. "We'll lo.se some yields from the wot spots left in tne fields from said Pionlty, "Even the rain can't help ihose damaged areas." In another parl of Ihc stale. a .2-inch rain Wednesday night was the to many 'am asking prayers. The Rev. Nicholas Vogol- zand of Sheldon has been hold- i ing prayer meetings lor rain arid is getting results. "It's clear to me the rain last night was a direct result of our prayer meet'.ig in Sib- lex and said the Rev. Mr. Vogelzaml. "Surely if man can walk on Hit: moon, be can receive rain by imploring lhe God ol the Universe for help." Hill even though prayer may be the key Io the north- western Iowa drought, the southwestern part of the slate iConlhiiicd: Page it, Col. 3 thc Turks in battle. Turk "Violations" I The International Red Cross, which has taken over from Ihc L'.N. in supplying refugees with food and medical .supplies, ac- cused the Turks of "flagrant violations" of the Geneva con- vention. At the U..Y, thc Soviet ambas- sador vetoed the proposed reso- proof vests and drop :lftcr thc President of Ihc against Carrasco s wife. Rosa refused to grant a who has been implicated in Car- rcccss so tnat lne Sovic' mission rasco's escape plan. eel instructions from Mos- But for some unknown reason Carrasco who earlier in the lhc designed In day had said, "The only thing trDOps lhc for is transportationi'Sland cnforcc thc out of here and four manning buffer rejected the latest prison and erf..r Gieek Cypriot forces and pa- Iroling towns where both com "Not only do 1 find them ,ivi, childish, but he ___________ Wednesday the TDC would provide transportation to Jake him, his two confederates, and four hostages safely out of the prison. Me also said the prison would provide him uiih three bullet- vests said. "Any man with a prudent .mind will realize iKstcllci is I jeopardizing the lives of the civilian hostages and, at this time, thc inmate hostages. I do without the vests." Replacement for Santarelli Picked can WASHINGTON (UPI) Pres- ident Nixon has Rich. iiird Veldt: Io head the Law En- iforcemcnl. Assistance Wakened from a deep sleep. I May 30. a man answered the phone; Velde. 42, had been deputy to "Von have Hie wrung idiot, jSanlarelli, who after you was as saying Nixon should resign.   

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