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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NATIOMAl WtAlHfR SUVICI fOMCAM to 7AM IJT ft -II 74 30100 'C.R. Council May Two Are Hui't A U L i Continued from Page l.l 111 ViKt MlSuSpS presides over the senate and (Iocs what the President tells edar Kapids Gazelle: Turs.. August 20, atternccn. both involving pas- Kdw.v'l A ii-y. CVo.. -iW'oi-ti n1. "tor, opportunity of in any way that can be useful him." Hock'.'fciler said. The city council may decide whether to place a or an accident wi" i uoiia i.isiK- to uuild a new on 'the general election 'ballot. 'Hi" ll.r.vki-yi' son- ha" for a rel'cr- cndum on a million genera! obligation bond issue to finance i construction of a zoological fi'i-ni Hi" police .said. accident a: Kits! avenue's intersection with Last week, the council asked Higby was in good for more information. They at .st. Probing Use of Leftover Funds by Nixon A fed-.the attorney-client privilege in era! grand jury is investigating seeking ;o quash the summons whether political campaign con- for their records, tributions wore used for the ner- KoeM-i.-iier saiu ne no m--_.ona, of tailed understanding with l-oro u ,iul :ist by f Ms car to exactly wiia' he will be a.s- Hgncd to d'> a< vice-president. "Tile roii1 of a vice-president totally depends on the 1'res- iden' Kock'-MI...- v.i.J "If the 1'resident wants to use hnn. wonderful. li he doesn't, line Hoekefeller said IK Charles "Kobe" Paul Michel said in an affidavit 'iht." I l.-.l 4U l.Ui-.l .1 specifically mlercsted in to go on the campaign cir- whcthcr the city's adoption of ''nil for Kcpublican candidate.- that IK- had information that at least different bank ac- counts were used by fiebozo's Wrikefield and _................. submitted to op- oliler in llis firm to pose efforts by Kebozo's and services provid- does ex- the personal use of Special Watergate (juiry .Monday in a in S dJ-Ni.-i document wa- the home rule bill created legal 1 difficulties in issuing the bonds. three-car Tue.sdav. representatives day afternuon. l.aVomi.'.' (Uu-lda ithi fall. Contacted Saturday tjon subpoenas iur then records Mr. Iteboxo and others." Michel .viiii records indicate gave Wakefiold more than in bills to dc- Rain is expected Tuesday night in "the middle and upper Mississippi valley and the middle Atlantic states. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. The Weather Anchorage 71 5! L. Angeles Atlanta EB 69 Miami Bismarck .9-166 Min'apotis ;i.m. Monday. Fuel spil! at Cechtr Rapids airport. 11 '.'11 a.m. Monday. Lint in chant's; fined ;iml on fach v i n J a t i o OlaesKT Kennedy, lined and cosies. Driving1 on WFUIIR side Raymond AldndKo. 1001 Einluli slrL'ot SL; !nK'd S15 and cosl-s- 1 left nf (-enter line Three Major Projects Set Zone he bumper of her car, police conmiljoll Rockefeller Ihc (arson car swerved _Monday (h.lt the oncoming lane of traffic into the path of Seallle ismoki- 61 S5 at 1510 llinkley avenue :md costs. Iowa Deaths Three of the biggest block. in Cedar Rapids history werei Biirian was treated at Mercy .scheduled to go before the zon-ihospital for lacerations cf his ing committee of the city and released. Hatfield pair of diamond earrings that Michel said Kebozo apparent- Xixon gave his wife for her GOthiLv   hoodwink Ihe people." Stanley.well, one of two jailers seized said. the prisoners. Authorities saiclsuKtscfts that 'iri earlier he apparently suffered a-they wish amtribuu- 21) YKAIiS AGO The hip. There was no fllnd "f stiry announced thai Ihe govern- nation of how he was injured, men! went inlo the red by The oilier hostage. Stan billion during July, first month S n i t k e r was believed tin- of the new fiscal vear. harmed. of broken pumps. Davies was killed by sniper fire during a wild, anti-Ameri- can demonstration by 300 to 600 Greek Cypriots who accused the U. S. government of siding with Turkey. The snipers were believed to be gunmen from EOKA-B, the Greek Cypriot terrorist force whose aim is to unite Cyprus with Greece and helped to overthrow President Makarios on July 15. Although hundreds the demonstrators broke through the embassy gates and stoned the building and its U. S. marine guard, an embassy official said bullet holes showed that the shots came from rooftops or bal- conies of neighboring buildings. Davies and members of his staff had taken refuge in a cor- ridor outside his office. He was killed by a bullet that went through his office and his sec- retary's office. Another shot killed a Greek Cypriot secretary who rushed to the 53-year-old ambassador's side. The U. S. embassy had been told Cypriot civil servants planned a protest demonstration, and about 30 or 40 unarmed Greek Cypriot police had been sent in response to its request for protection. Some of the police watched passively, while others tried lo push the crowd back, yelling: "For God's sake, there are Cypriots in there." Half a 'dozen U. S. marines were also on duty and drove the mob back wilh tear gas. But American officials said the Greek Cypriot national guard failed to respond to an appeal for help. The police said they made no arrests. But some police were seen struggling wilh armed EOKA-B members. U. N. troops also rushed to the scene but did nothing to stop the rioters. A U. N. spokesman in Ncw York said it was "not the job of the peacekeeping force" to intervene, "this is the job oC :ic police." He said the force Established In 1853 by the Gazelle Co. nna Dubllsned dally and Sunday at 500 Third ove. SE, Cedar RaDids, Iowa W06. Raoids, Iowa. Subscription rotes by carrier 95 cents a week. Bv moil: Night Edilion and Sunday j is empowered only to intervene 'between the Greek and Turkish 53.85 a monlh. S40.00 a vear. Olher nnd U.S. territories SfiO.OO a year. No Moil Subscriolions accepted In areas havino Goicile carrier service. The Associated Press is entitled exclusively to tne use lor reoublkation of all tlie local news printed in this news- paper as well as all AP news dispatches communities and their armed forces. If Pays To Advertise uriirv iuuti ID iiMeii 10 s' uujj u uu i mil uii. nt. .minis cenieiei y.( Hriekefeller the I lowans. over Iwo floors of the county jail1 eluinel east har.dled ar-1 hjn] "It is an ugly fact that special: and grabbed two hostages in an 'on aml be intcresls use campaign con-1escape attempt Monday up f'HKSII 1'rtnnpl PIX K'S I I It I I'll SIKH' 5008 Center PI. ltd. N.I-.. M lmnlc.il li'vnl lit any it n-illi flon-frt PIERSON'S Fstncr ISM EI.I.IS BLVD. NW i I.OWKRPIIO.M: yx-wx Aus- lil- Mrs. Darby drive. Marion; Lewis tin' former Marie Coiiulilin. 818 Nineteenth street 'be; Want to sell something big'.' Burial: Ads will register Mr. and Mrs. Wil-iSE; 'Mark Johnson. Tenth liam C'li-unewald, 1103 Harold Direct, Marion; each fined Sill iliivi Sil. and eosls. r. Farlure to follow truck route Thomas Killer, Hiawatha; a.m. Monday. Faulty fined and eosts. dryer at W8 Country Club' Fighting Steve Hepperli'. parkway SK. iflll! 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