Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 2, 1974, Page 9

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette October 2, 1974

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Regularly $99.95 each. 2-Door Square Commode 27 *?/ '*20 ' h. 2-Door Hex Commode 29 *25 *20"h IHA The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., October 2, 19741/-*!-; I PS* ^I _ —    -...........................— — ........  I    uni    ie    Disclosure Bezanson To Speak At Hoover Seminar Randall Bezanson Up 16.9 Billion A former Cedar Rapids man will participate in the second session of the October seminar on Herbert Hoover, the Elder Statesman, I 9 3 3- 6 4, opening Thursday for three? days. He is Randall Bezanson of the University of Iowa law school faculty, son of Mr. and Mrs.J pouh Bezanson of flrms Estimate Be/ansoft will join former President Malcolm Moos of the University of Minnesota, Ira, Strauber of Grinnell college and WASHINGTON (AP) — Driv* Stanley Erikson of Augustana en by inflation, the estimated college, to discuss ‘ Hoover and cost 0f niajor military weapons the* Supt erne (ouit "11 ^ ,)r programs shot up $16.9 billion in Francis O Prien, seminar direc- ;    J tor, as moderator.    ,he ,hrc(' mon,hs <’nd(''t m June* The session will he at 3:45 the Pentagon announced Tues-p.m. in MacBride auditorium on day. the I Diversity of Iowa campus in a quarterly report, it said Opening session at I p m will the estimated cost ot complete he at the Hoover library in West 42 aircraft, missile navy ship Branch. Tile Thursday evening and other programs was $143.6 session will be at MacBride. billion. Friday and Saturday sessions Pentagon spokesman \\ llliam will be at West Branch.    Beecher said: ‘‘Obviously, some All sessions are open to the programs are going to have to public without charge.    be cut back.” Opens CIA Files To House Unit WASHINGTON (API The house foreign affairs committee tis gaining access to U.S. intelligence secrets as a result of the disclosure of GIA operations in Gillie. Chairman Themas Morgan iD-Pa 1 announced Tuesday that an arrangcmem has been worked out with the Ford administration and house leaders to provide the panel, in addition to the house and senate armed .services and appropriations committees, with information on the CIA and nth cr intelligence agencies “What it means.” Morgan said, “is that for the first time state department witnesses pre \y to GIA information had bet-; ter answer our questions.” Rep Harrington <D- Mass .) has said if was CIA Director William Colby’s refusal to answer questions on Chile before the foreign affairs committee; that prompted Harrington to search out Colby’s disclosure of the GIA activities in Glide in subcommittee.    ‘t-Day    Week Guilty Plea By Democrat Congressman ev*/*** *■* «. «£ « [tor the house foreign affairs DETROIT (AP) [- The four-1 Bertram Podell (DN Y jcommittee and a smaller step day week has suffered a set up to seven years in prison and still for the cause of congres- aj chrysler Corp. parts!a possible $20,000 fine after in-sional control over the CIA but    I    -    _ so far still more illusion than do»1ot‘ ,ho l nitcd Auto Workers! tcrrupting his trial to plead pral court of taking $41,350 in in a special election in Febru Rep. faces small airline, Podell said Tues- dell testified Tuesday. But later day. “I did not at that time he admitted being “indirectly know I was violating any law.’* j compensated through my law Podell, 48. from Brooklyn, firm.” was accused in Manhattan fed j Podell was elected to congress union says.    guilty    to    federal    conspiracy    and as I would like to Workers at the Tappan, N. Y ,! conflict of interest charges today's announce depot voted to discontinue the While acknowledging he was experiment, “indirectly compensated reality. “As much believe that ment means the end of ovei 20 union-negotiated years of negligent congressional which began July 15, the GAW oversight of the GIA, I cannot said Tuesday. Their reasons included dissatisfaction with new work proc tiers and rotation of job assignat e n t s . Workers also complained the 10-hour day didn't give the men enough time with their families and said the return of children to school restricted weekend activities. help but remain skeptical at this stag' as more than today’s \ a g u e I y worded promise is necessary,” Harrington said. Cedar Rapids Emergency    Numbers Ambulance    366-7654 F BJ ......... 402 348-1210 Fire .................398-5343 Highway Patrol ..... 364-5171 After Houri ......363-5629 Police............ 398 5353 Sheriff ........... 398 3521 Medical Society    ____365-2527 (lf you have no phyiictcm) Foundation ll ....... 362-2174 (Cml* help, I p.rn.-midnight) Information, Referral 398-3955 (To loom who con Mp) (Clip ond cotry in your billfold) through my law firm” for using his influence on behalf of a Nebraska High Court Judge Loses License LINCOLN, Neb. (AP1 - Chief Justice Paul White of the Nebraska supreme court was fined $100 and lost his driver's license for six months after pleading He said half the 120 workers guilty to driving with more than worked from Monday through 0.1 percent alcohol in his blood. Thursday and the remainder I from Tuesday through Friday. ary, 1958, but was defeated the primary last Sept. IO. in Fire on Miners JOHANNESBURG (AP) White was arrested Friday by Lincoln police and given a blood test. He entered his plea Monday in municipal court, and Judge Don Grant told him he return for trying to help the now-defunct Florida Atlantic Airlines in its unsuccessful bid to get a Miami-Bahamas franchise. Podell had maintained the money was for legitimate legal B0SX0N (AP, lf people in fees and thai a $29,000 chook In |hp , s cut lheir protoln OT„. ♦ Lrt * * * I t-t UA    AAA IAI I f ♦    I    At*    l2 Cites Nourishment Tragedy for Millions the “Citizens’ Committee for B. L. Podell” in 1969 was a per sonal donation from Martin Miller, a co-defendant from Miami Miller, who was president of the parent firm of the airline, pleaded guilty to a single count of conspiracy to pay Podell in violation of the conflict-of-interest law. Podell’s claim that he set up a law firm to insulate his congressional work from his family law firm came under two days of sumption by IO percent, IOO million malnourished persons throughout the world could have better diets, says Bradford Morse, I . N undersecretary. M o r se, a former Massachusetts congressman, o n Sunday told the national Conference of Catholic Charities that food and commodity shortages ‘ threaten the very existence of tens of millions around the world ” Morse said it was “somber-note that world ar-expenditures of $250 lice opened fire on .>00 battling,deserved no greater punishment withering cross-examination ing to African mine workers, killing than any other offender.    ;from Prosecutor Rudolph Gin- filament two and injuring four, the South “I still respect you as much;Rani.    billion a year are 30 times more African Press Assn. reported as I ever have,” (irant said as "I never took one single cent than all economic aid to under-Tuesdav.    he    handed    down sentence.    of this money for myself,” Po-developed countries. ;

  • B. L. Podell
  • Bertram Podell
  • Bradford Morse
  • Don Grant
  • Herbert Hoover
  • Malcolm Moos
  • Martin Miller
  • Paul White
  • Randall Bezanson
  • Rudolph Gin
  • Stanley Erikson
  • Themas Morgan
  • William Colby

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: October 2, 1974

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