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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 Nixon Reported Ready To Pay California Tax  11 icy’I I Do It Every Time  ct)  WASHING'!ON (Al*) Pros ident Nixon scorns disposed to pay California income taxes for recent years, and might be ex peeled to amend his federal re turns for tho same years, a White House source says.  Such a move could give Nixon  expects an early decision on Nixon’s stale tax status.  A Nixon attorney has estimated iiif Pic Ident could owe up to $.‘100,000 extra in federal taxes should the deduction tor his papers be disallowed and he be found liable for a capital gains  WES GOT MIS EYE ON A LITTLE SKATER IN THE ROLLER DERBY"AN* SHE'S OOT A PRIVATE EVE WITH A SWIVEL NECK FOLLOWING BOTH OF TH EAA*" y C )  OUR HOST’S KNOCK EVERY BOCf/AS SOON AS THEY LEAVE’ THEY 0U6HTA WALK AROUND THE BLOCK TO - ‘ ' > GIVE US EQUAL  rn iv-» time ' • %  NO WONDER t THE RIPPERS' PARTIES RUN SO LATE! NO0ODV WANTS TO BE THE NEXT HOT , NEWS ITEM.  an opportunity to deal at one lf* on the San Clemente trans-  LET S ALL STOP AT THE LUNCH//AGON? I GOT AN EARFUL ABOUT FRAU RIPPER AT THE BEAUTY  time with all his tax problems — something tin' White House says lie plans to do.  The White House source said that if Nixon files slate returns for any of the years since the 1969 purchase of his San Cle  ad ion.  Ah/.ug Suit  Meanwhile, Hep. Bella Abzug (D-N.Y.) said sin; and others are suing Nixon to make him pay back to the treasury the cost of government-financed im-  mcnte estate, he might be ex-jprovements at his homes in San  Clemente and Key Biscayne,  pected to file the amended fed erat returns for the period.  Possible Changes  same  F | a . “We  are bringing this action!  because the evidence so far in- j  ii • r .    ,    Idicates that the President au-  Al! hough the informant made Ll   ,  ,     lhonzcd     spending    very  Children Urge Second Chance For President  The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., .fan. 26. 1974  LEGAL NOTICES  NOIICe IO HIDDE MS  NOT ICF iS HEREBY GiV.-N  State of  Avenue, >W, O.dar PaiMl*.  2:00 o'clock p.m., on the Oh clay of f-eb  NEWPORT, Ky,    (AI*)  Thirty sixth grade pupils hav< urged President Nixon to I bistrfet weather his troubles because  •    «....    *    i    r    liar    y    n  OUT teacher gives US a second supplier, equipment and /or »ervice  ...    .    ROI    I AWAY BU" ACH! RS  chance. So we think that tin Americans should give I second chance.”  And their teacher, Steve Seh-wein, says the letter sent to the  i required shall be reduc ed to a ratio of Th,st one Parking space tor each dwelling unit  sealed bid:, will ce received by the Sec i for those dwelling units which are inrlud reiary of the Cedar Rapids Community od in a publicly assisted housing program  the    r    punty of    Linn,! which    provides    for rental assistance or  own, at his    office.    146 Second    nousing subsidy    utilizing public funds and  Iowa,    until    which    are also    limited to low income elderly    cr low    income handicapped oc-  roary 19/4, for fumlnhing the following  1  cupants "  •    Section    2.    That    this    Ordinance    shall    he   ......|    _____ _  __ ,_b„    In full force and effect from and after Its  The award of confract may be made by I passage and publication as provided bv  law  '*cHon I, That ihe aforedescribed sub section shall be Included as part of the   t  the Board of Director! of the Cedar Rap VOIi 'I  1 ,rts  Community School District, in the  I responsible ' bidder"'"or bidders' offering ! ^ P ced e a? e RaD^ds*lnd , made M a U D*rt*of C MlS I suitable supplies, equipment and or serv-1 2’.: e  Rapids, and. made a part  ice at the lowest price, taking into consideration the quality of materials cr service in the best interests ot (tie School District The right is reserved to reiecl  White House bv his nuoils “bus »* ny  " n '‘‘  , '' 1     ?.[    " ,nv    p i r ’thereof, end , j 0 hn f Arthurs, City Clerk  wniu. 11 UU-st ny IU* pupils rib to waive informalities, and lo enter into ; p^lis-ed in the Cedar Rapids Gat  no such prediction, submission of amended federal returns to claim deductions for state income tax payments also could be a vehicle for changing other controversial sections of the U.S. returns.  Under an amended filing, for example, Nixon could voluntarily drop $576 OOO in deductions for the gift of his vice-presidential papers to the government. Or he could add to his income a capital gain his auditor says he realized when he sold part of the San Clemente property to an investment company headed by friend Robert Abplanalp.  The Internal Revenue Service and the senate-house committee on internal revenue taxation are investigating the capital gains question and the deduction for a gift of papers.  “Honest Difference”  arge  sums of money, perhaps more than $3 million, for improvements at his two private homes that were illegal and unconstitutional and substantially added to the value of his private worth,” she said.  a tip of ih« ’ partly hat to HARRY 30HN50n  319 VV. AAADI6CN BALTIMORE. /AD.  Dvjmai  Oner/ ^  sagr  ne** •  OKI                 soCIjTo \          (I..    .... .tyiufx.ii, int , 1974 Wmu Vw    I* »»»r 7 . , ti    I         taught me a lesson.”  Included with the letter were cuff links and a tie clasp hearing the American Hag. The students asked Nixon to wear them next week when he delivers his ;  State of the Union message to congress.  Schwein said the cuff links; and tie clasp were bought with '“whatever money they could!in re  such confract or contract deemed in tho best interest', of dar Rapids Community School District, in the County of ’I mn, State of Iowa.  By virtue of statutory authority, rrefer enc* will be given to products and pro vision-, grown and coal produced within the State of lower DAR RAPIDS COMMUNITY SCHOO! DISTRICT In ffie County of Linn, States of Iowa Bv Otto F Wieder^boro Secretary Publish: January 26, 1974; February 2, 1974  Code as provided bv law  Introdured this 9th day of January,  1974  Passed this 23rd day of January, 1974.  Donald J Cannev. Mayor  arette on  l ii i  1  ruouincu in mc  shall be january 26, 1974.  ’he Ce-1  Says Ike Warned JFK of Possible Laos Involvement  Surplus of Crude May Hit Canada  OTTAWA, Canada (APi-In-stead of facing a heating oil shortage this winter, Canada may be stuck with a surplus of 26 million imperial gallons.  A government spokes man said Tuesday the oil was purchased at a premium price from Caribbean and Mediterranean sources last November as insurance against shortages in eastern Canada. He said it has not been needed so far.  The government has not said what it paid for the oil, but at the time of purchase, wholesale prices in Montreal ranged between 47 and 60 cents a gallon. Since then the price of Caribbean oil has dropped.  The imperial gallon is equal to 160 fluid ounces while a U.S.  Soy Nixon Will Fig hi Down to the Wire  WASHINGTON (AF) — Pres-]allow the government to be ident Nixon will fight impeach-!overturned by a mass assault on  ORIGINAL NOTICE  EQUI I Y CAUst: NU DM327 1073 In the District Court of Iowa in and for Linn County the marriage ot Janice M. Screven  scrape together. Some of them|uponjjj*.p*?mon°qf E '  Sfnvcn   won’t he going this weekend.”  to the movies  JANICE.. M. SCRIVEN, Petitioner,  Arid Concerning:  LON t. SCR I VEN,M  WALTHAM, Mass. (AF) -President Eisenhower warned President-elect Kennedy of th<* possibility of the United States becoming involved in a war in Laos, according to a newly opened set of presidential pa-  Detroit Mayor Rejects Visit of Princess 1  Spouse  th ,. way we  DETROIT (AR) - Detroit "M™ Mayor Coleman Young refused  In their hand-written letter to  TO  X^Liven. iww «*» P«*    P"*?"*    «*     ,hc   named:  You are hereby notified that there is I now on file in the Office of the Clerk of fhe District Court of Linn County, It.....  the Petition of the Petitioner named in the entire area of Southeast  John F. Kenney library.  “Laos is the present key to  the President, the pupils said! that if he wears the gifts “it,  would be kind of a sign to us IJS  p  t ?”,i™    ...    .    „    ...    .    ., . „  that you believe in Americans KSM - —  , -- e - - r - ar " a|  - 5 ' d - 1 As,a ’  Llsenhower s< ' ,l(1 10 K( ‘ n   in which Petition  .^■ween the Petitioner and the    _ ,    ____.  in    R/uim    19    hnlinvn Respondent be tudicially dissolved. That    tlPOV,    according    to    a mcmoran  III    nuurn    IZ    oeutveu he Sdld  Petition alleges that there has  i been a breakdown in the marriage relationship and that there retrains no rea- f lo sonable likelihood that the siatus can be restored  You are further notified that unless you  “We think that you can your job well no matter what  durn from Defense .Secretary Clark Clifford on a Ken nod y-Eisenhower conference Jan. 19,  Keeps Bar Open  Senator Russell Long (D-La.) vice-chairman of the joint con-gressional committee, said Wednesday: “It looks as though we’ll be asking the President to pay more taxes.” Long said this w'ould be the result of an “honest difference of opinion.”  In disclosing his tax affairs gallon is equal to 144.  last month, Nixon said that on--  the advice of private attorneys DCT f'nn/i/cinn he paid no California income  L/ ° /  ^^nTUblOn taxes although he claims San Clemente as his residence.  In Sacramento,    Calif.,    the    ex- 1  MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -  ccutive    officer    of    the    state’s    in-Daylight Saving Time confused  come tax board said Tuesday he him and that’s why he kept his  bar open an hour past the legal closing time on Jan. 6, Willie Perry told the City Alcohol Commission.  “I told the ladies to set the clocks backward instead of forward that night,” said Perry, manager of the Manhattan Club.  He testified Wednesday at a hearing on* whether his license should be lifted.  Police said their visit was on I the morning year-round Daylight Saving Time took effect, but the commission suspended the club's license tor a week.  Theater Time  For Saturday  30 YEARS AGO — German! troops reportedly abandoned!  Cassino, anchor bastion on their “Ash Wednesday” Italian southern front.  PARAMOUNT — “Magnum Force” - 2:20, 4:50, 7:20, 9:50; shorts-2, 4:30, 7,9:30.  IOWA - “The Long Goodbye” - I:.‘KL 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30.  WORLD — “Instinct for Survival” — 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30.  TIMES — “Last Tango iii! Paris” — 2:05, 4:20, 6:45, 9: IO.  PLAZA - “Walking Tall” -I 2:30,4:55,7:30,9:45.  STAGE I — “American Graf-1 fiti”-2:35, 4:40, 7:45,9:50.  STAGE 2 — 2:40,4:35, 7:50, 9:45.  STAGE 3 — “The Way We Were”- 2:30, 4:45, 7:30, 9:45.  STAGE 4    ‘    Pavilion”    —  2:30, 7, 9:40.  EAS'D IWN I “JVI* A US Mi 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30.  EASTOWN 2 — “The Seven-Ups” - 2, 3:55, 5:50, 7:40, 9:35.  MARION - Features at ll, I, 3, 5, 7, 9, ll.  •LACE LOUNGE  presents  the  STAND-DELL’S  merit “right down to the wire,” according to a group of congressmen who met with him on Wednesday.  Rep. G. V. “Sonny” Montgomery (D-Miss.) quoted the President as saying; ‘‘It’s unthinkable that I will resign: I’ll fight it right down to the wire.”  “I got the impression that he is on the offensive and that he wants to get his message across,” said Rep. Peter Frel-inghuysen (R-N.J.) who was a member of a group of congressmen who met with Nixon Tuesday.  Montgomery, commenting on the Wednesday meeting with 18 congressmen from Southern and south-central states, said he “got the impression he (Nixon) is going to bore iii more and more on doing his job.”  “When we left he was still President all the way,” said Montgomery, “he did not ask or plead for support.”  Frelinghuysen quoted Nixon as saying that “under no circumstances could I consider resignation though it might not be a bad life to live” on a pension.  “In this country we could not  Pabst Blue Ribbon 12 pack 2.29  FREE POPCORN  The Emergency Room  4650 1st Ave. NE  ” hp rn mf pH  an intcrvicw with the Kaf l <>*the others say We all thank you ■ c^? r  rIpwI unn &, in iowV C on or 1961, the day before Kennedy’s he quoted Nixon  0     .    ,    .    .     yu     bitore    tne    5fh    day    of March A D„ 1974. jnailPliratiftn  Snowdon, apparently because he for brineinti our orisoners back y° ur wi|1  be entered; and an of u^iud im.  .    I    .    7 1    h     ..V    Y    .    .    » h «    relief    prayed    for    In th* said petition Clifford wrote “President Ei-  Ihouehf Princess MnroarptVs from the war We a sn thank will be granted.    uiiinru    wroit, t reMuiin a  the President, as saying He said Nixon told the congressmen that he has dcter-  tbought Princess Margaret’s from the war. We also thank husband was only a  For further particulars SM copy of Peti- sonhower stated (hat he consid-  mined that “now is a time to gopher for a British newspa-  _ . c. Nelson!ered Laos cf such importance  504 American Building! .  Cedar Rapids, Iowa 524011 that  fight and to fight like hell.”  Of (he Wednesday meeting, Rep. Bob Casey (D-Texas) said Nixon appeared relaxed although “of course he looks tired like everybody says.”  Rep. Ray Roberts (D-Texas)  photo-1 you for stopping the war. So we    on'fllefor    your    benefic  know you can work this one' out.”  * I  re - S "lnotice is hereby given pursuant lo    others    to    act with us,    then he  netter;ident has    been a    dominant topic Sutton %6 7 ot the 1973 code of iowa, of    ., ,,,.1,1    umim» •.    n.ct   1    1  the final passage of Ordinance No 5-74,    WOUIU    Bl!    Willing <LS a    last dCS-  Afforney for Petitioner  per.  The earl, perhaps known as Anthony Armstrong-! in his social studies class. Jones, is in Detroit taking pho-  if it reached the stage where we could not persuade  “Out of the 30 in class, four tographs to illustrate a story for didn’t agree with the President,  ; but they signed the letter any-the way,” said the Brownstown,  the I/indon Sunday-Times.  William Beckham,  said Nixon “said flatly' he won’d  3  ‘ 0| ’,?' dc -  said  Young Ind native.   1  had no time to see the photo-'  r  *-' w ’ *" grapher, Wednesday.  “There were so many other things on his schedule: a lot of  resign, but they could kick him out if they wanted to.” Montgomery said the con-  by the City Count J of the City of CeeDsr Rapid-,, Iowa, on January 23, 1974, as  follows;  ORDINANCE NO. 5 74 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 32 OE THE MUNICIPAL CODE OE THE CITY OF CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, BY ADDING A NEW SUBSECTION PERMIT TING FEWER OFF-STREET PARKING SPACES IN MULTIPLE DWELLING  districts subsidized by public th/. Communists to hav<   r  . . . .    ™    .    FUNDS AND ALSO LIMITED TO LOW  1 H  VXJIIUHUIUSW Mi fun I  I tried to remain objective. I income elderly or low income nard in a now Laotian govern  HANDICAPPED OCCUPANTS.     1     .    ‘    "    HMVtin  BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY'ment  COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CEDAR    _  RAPIDS, IOWA. as follows;  TVr c t Section I. That th" following subsection ernest he and herewith added to Section  perate hope, to intervene unilaterally.’ ”  Eisenhower also told Kennedy, according to Clifford, “that it would be fatal to permit  any  voted Democratic in 1972.  20 YEARS AGO  .    ,.      o-    -....................... J ------      lar     ^   g r e s s m c n  ^  meetin K local TV people, writers, others Hemingway and his fourth wife, J? cedar 0 p]pfdv u iowa Dal Code 0< ,he Cl,v     ^V pA gjfei<t c   Wed esday generally have sup- w ^°  wan t t°  see  hi m  ”    Mary, returned to civilization'the i4 amoun* n of T«-tt'Mt d p*rkTna Vee-. 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