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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 10A Disclosure Ekzanson To Speak At Hoover Seminar A former Cedar IJapids man will parlieipate in the second session of the Oelober senhnai c.n Herbert Hoover, the Klder Slalc.Miian. 1 IIII opening Thursday for Ibree days. Hr is Ii'andni! of the I nivcrsity of Itnva law school fai'ully. son of Mr. and I'e I e r of Cedar Week Randall Opens CIA Files Experiment Ends 1 new aivess small step !To House Unit j for the house foreign affairs: DKTIilMT t.M'i j The four-1 Berlrain I'odell (ON.Y.l, faee.s and a smaller step day week has suffered ,i set-Mip to seven years in prison and Guilty Plea By Democrat Congressman MOW YOHK (API Hep. small airline I'mlell saiil Tnes-'elell teslified Tuesday. Mill lalor day. "I diil iiol al Ilial aihnilleil hi'iiiH "indirpdly kniiw I was violating any law." jeompensated my law :is i'ainini; access lo V S Intel-Is'" sli ea'ilv. -i i I'odell. -III. from Bnoklyn. firm." llnt' allc'r was aeensed in Manhattan led-, I'odell was elerled lo congress ire illusion than icmipling his trial lo S'll.rai a special eleelicn in Kobnt- uiiion savs guilty lo federal conspiracy andi relunt for Irving lo help the! my. infill, lint was dcfealril in now-defunct l''loridn Atlantii'jHu' primary last Sept. III. Airlines in ils unsuccessful bid' lo gel a Miami Bahamas rca'ily "As much as I would like lo Workers al the Tappan. N. conflict of interest charges .Ihe disclosure ot CIA oporalions acknowledging be was 'i" I'hile. inenl means Ihe cud over iinion-negolialed experiment. i n d i r e c I 1 y 'compensated Chairman Tl.....las Morgan ilvyears of irgligeul congressicnal which began July lli, the my law firm" for using I'a.' announced Tuesday (hat at. h.'ip bu! remain skeptical at this T'n.ir inr-NirinH has been worked i'-isons nu nuini inssa.-, II wilh the K'nl adminislralion v r y 'promise' is !'j Nebraska High Court :arringlon said. nt e n t s Workers also nm- Judge Loses License anil boils.- leaders to ide (he mvcssary, panel, in adddion lo the liousel ll-n" Slranher of (Jrinnell college and; WASHINGTON lAI'i Stanley Krikson ol Auguslanaieii by inflation. Ihe rommillo's, wilh! Cedar Rapids lo "Hoover and niajor military weapons information on ihe CIA and Emergency Numbers Supreme Court" wilh up 9 [u'.w intelligence agencies i Ambulance..........366-7654 Kranns (VHnen scimnar ibrec- mmnf.. ru lor. as moderaior. ;said. "is thai for the firs! time! Fire .................398-5343 The session will be at ll-lf) 1 entaSon announced pri-j Highway Patrol.....364-5171 pin ui MaeRride anditnrinm outlay. ,vv infoi-malion bad bol-[ After Hours ......363-5629 the I'liiversity of Iowa campus. quartrdy report, it answer our questions." i Pclico..............398-5353 session al I pin will HK, estimated cost ol complete! Kep. iliirringlnn (D-Mass.C 398-3521 hi-al the Hcovcr library in .12 aircrall. missile, navy sbipdins said it wiis CIA Director' Mcdlco1 ....365-2527 for six months after pleading He sail! hall' Ihe 1211 workers guilly to driving wilh more Ihan I percent alcohol in his blood. -iday by poHL.e Kire on Minors liranch. The Thursday evening and other programs was Colby's refusal lo an-! i .JOHAiS'XivSRrKC (Al'i- (Irani lold him he session will be al billion. swer question'; on Chili- before; ic.im I..IP, i [lice opened fire on film greater punishment Friday and .Saturday sessions! Pentagon spokesman Willianvtlie foreign affairs committee! 'Information, Referral398-3955 mine workers, an.v other oflcnder. fnml piusecutor Rudolph Giu-'rnamcnl expenditures of will beat West'Branch. Beecher said: someitliat. prompted to! j two and injuring four, the South! "I still respect you as much liani. billion a year arc 30 limes more African Press Assn. 1 over (Irani said as! "I never look one single cenl than al! economic aid to undei'- Tuesday. die handed down .sentence. this money for Po- developed countries. I'odell haii maintained tin Nourishment jTrcigedy for Millions iieney was for legilimale legal; KOSTOlN, (An lt eos and Ihal a S2II.OIII) check K lie Comniiltee lor H. u'is lion malnourished persons Ihroughonl the world could have Miller, a co-delcndant diets, says Bradford Morse, U. M. undersecretary. Miller, who was presideal of r r A o r s e a lorniet Mas- he paren inn of he air hue. sadiusells congressman, on of conspiracy lo pay I'odell in I SC S v pleaded gin v o a sing e count ..........r.......'. told Ihe national Confer- ence of Catholic Charities that commodily shortages :ry existence of oescam a e se up a aw firm to insulate bis Inllllons iiround thc ongre., sional work from his family law firm came under two days of Morse said it was "somber- ivitlicring cross-examination ing" lo nole Ihal world ar- FINE HOME FURNISHINGS OPEN THURS. NIGHT 'TIL 9 Double Pedesfaf Cocktail Table OcfagonaJ Commode Octagonal Cabinet Commode reised pecan finish, carved gs. 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