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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Nixon Reported Ready To Pay California Tax ident Nixon seems disposed to pay California income taxes for recent years, and might be ex- on peeled to amend Ins federal re turns for the sinne years, While House source says. Nixon's state tax status. A Nixon attorney has estimat- ed the President could owe up Such a move could give Nixon an opportunity to deal at one time with all his tax problems something the White House says he plans to do. The White House source said that if Nixon files slate returns for any of the years since the 19C9 purchase of his San Cle- inente estate, he might be ex- pected to file the amended fed- eral returns for the same period. Possible Changes Although the informant made no such prediction, submission of amended federal returns to claim deductions for state in- come lax payments also could be a vehicle for changing other controversial sections of the U.S. returns. Under an amended filing, for example, Nixon could voluntari- ly drop in deductions for the gift of his vice-presiden- tial 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" 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 would be the result of an "hon- est difference of opinion." In disclosing his tax affairs last month, Nixon said that on the advice'of private attorneys he paid no California income taxes although lie.claims San Clemente as his residence. In Sacramento, Calif., the ex- ecutive officer of the state's in- come tax board said Tuesday he to extra in federal taxes a should the deduction for his papers he disallowed and he bo Theater Time For Saturday PARAMOUNT "Magnum Force" shorts .IOWA "The .Long Good- bye" WORLD "Instinct for Sur- vival" TIMES "Last Tango in PLAZA "Walking Tall" STAGE 1 "American Graf- STAGE 2 "Ash Wednesday" STAGE 3 "The Way We STAGE 4 "Papillon" 7, EASTOWN EASTOWN 2 "The Seven- Ups" MARION Features at 11, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11. BEEFEATERS BUFFET 5 per person ROOSEVELT MOTOR HOTEL CEDAR npS. IOWA k ADJACENT GUEST found liable for a capital gains tax on the San Clemente trans- action. Abzug Suit Meanwhile, Rep. Bella Abzug (D-N.Y.) said she and others are suing Nixon to make him pay back lo the treasury the cost of government-financed im- provements at his homes in San Clemente and Key Biscayne, Fla. "We are bringing this action because the evidence so far in- dicates that the President au- thorized spending very large sums of money, perhaps more than ?3 million, for improve- ments at his two private homes that were illegal and unconstitu- tional and substantially added to the value of she said. his private Surplus of Crude May Hit Canada OTTAWA, Canada stead of facing a heating oil shortage this winter, Canada may be stuck with a surplus of 26 million imperial gallons. A government spokesman said Tuesday the oil was pur- chased at a premium price from Caribbean and Mediter- ranean 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 the oil, but at the'time of purchase, wholesale prices in Montreal ranged-Be- tween 47 and 60 cents a gallon. Since then the price of Carrib- bean oil has dropped. The imperial gallon is equal to 160 fluid ounces while a U.S. gallon is equal to 144. DST Confusion Keeps Bar Open MEMPHIS, (AP) Daylight Saving Time confused him and that's why he kept his bar open an hour, past the legal Jan. 6, Willie Perry: told the City -Alcohol Commission. "I told the ladies to set the clocks backward instead of for- ward ;that said Perry, manager of the Manhattan Club. lie testified Wednesday at a hearing whether, his license should be lifted. Police said their visit was on the morning- year-round -Day- light Saving Time took effect but the commission suspended the club's license for a week. 30 YEARS AGO German troops reportedly abandoned Cassino, anchor bastion on their Kalian southern front. Trophy Lounge presents Every Fri. Sal. "KAYNE" 519 H Street S.W. Presents Thursday, Friday, Saturday It High Time 4-8 PM Daily 254 shells Pitcher off Mixed Drinks 8 Ball Pool Tournaments Sat. Entry Fee Hwy.SOWeiUWoiiros: Do It Every Time PIONT THEY ACT SWEET? YOU IMOOLWfr GUESS THEy CAN'T STAND EACH OTHER. WOOLO VOO? SHE'S AT LEAST 10 YEARS OU5ER.TMANHE IS-- HES GOT MIS EYE ON AUTTLESKATERINTHE ROUER DERBX-AH' SHE'S 60TA PRIVATE EYE WITH A SWIVEL NECK OUR HOSTS KNOCK EVERY- BODY AS SOON AS THEY LEAVE! THEYOOGHTA WALK AROUND THE BLOCK TO GIVE OS EQUAL TIME NO VOIDER THE RIPPERS' RWmESRUNSO WANTS TO BE THE NEXT HOT NEWS ITEM. FOLLOWING BOTH Of THEM LETS ALL STOP AT THE LUMCHVWfiOM! I GOT AN EARFUL ABOUT FSAO RIPPER AT THE BEAUTY 319 W. BALTIMORE, AAD. Second Chance For President NEWPORT, Ky. (AP) Thirty sixth-grade pupils have urged weather President Nixon to his troubles because Say Nixon Will Fight 'Down to the Wire WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- dent Nixon will fight impeach- ment "right down to the according to a group of con- ;ressmen who met with him on Wednesday. Rep. G. V. "Sonny" Mont- [omery (D-Miss.) quoted the President as saying: "It's un- :hinkable that I will resign: I'll :igW it right down to the wire." "I got the impression that he is on the offensive and that he wants' to get his message said Rep. Peter Frel- who was a member of, a group of congress- men, who met with Nixon Tues- day. Montgomery, commenting on the Wednesday meeting with 18 congressmen from Southern and south-central states, said he "got the-im- pre'ssion he (Nixon) is going to bore in more and more on doing his job." "When we left he was still President all the said Montgomery, "he did not ask or plead for support." Frelinghuysen quoted Nixon as saying that "under no cir- cumstances could I considei resignation though it might be a bad life to live" on a pen- "In this country we could no allow the government to 'be over-turned by a mass assault on he he quoted Nixon as saying. He said Nixon told the con- jressmen that he has deter- mined that "now is a time to light and to fight like hell." Of the Wednesday meeting, Rep. Bob Casey (D-Texas) said Nixon appeared relaxed al- though course he looks tired like everybody says." Rep. Ray Roberts (D-Texas) said Nixon "said flatly he won't resign, but they could kick him out if they wanted to." Montgomery said the coh- jressine.n at the meeting Wednesday generally have sup- ported Nixon in the past and in- licated continued support for him at the meeting. Casey said Nixon did not spe- cifically appeal to the men for support in case impeachment reaches the house floor. "He didn't sayjt that way. Be said that he knew we had stutk by him on some tight issues in the past. Casey said. Pabst Blue Ribbon 12 pack 2.29 FREE POPCORN The Emergency Room 46SO 1 st Ave. NE NOON T010 P.M. ROGM2 Convenient parking in our ramp. The In The Cedar Hills Shopping Contor "Tnlhs loll un our In worth ilrlvhiR a lilllo further tor" Try it you'll Ilko III Serving- [nun 3 'III in 173 Jliciilyn Drlvo NW, I'hmii: :WUWW) Detroit Mayor Rejects Visit of Spouse DETROIT (AP) Detroit Vlayor Coleman Young refused in interview with tho Earl of inowdon, apparently because he nought Princess Margaret's tusband was only a photo- grapher for a British newspa- earl, perhaps better :nown as Anthony Armstrong- Jones, is in Detroit taking pho- ographs to illustrate a story for Ihe London Sunday-Times. William Beckham, the mayor's top aide, said Young 'had no time" to see the pholo- jrapher, Wednesday. "There were so many othei Mngs on his schedule: a lot o local TV people, writers, others who want to see Beckman said, "You're kid- ding" when told who the photo grapher was. BUFFET fo 2 and 5 to 8 p.in per per: OiHlrinundirlO.SIJS Frisd Country Swiss Steak, Baked Ham Adjacent Guest Parking STARRING DON SUTHERLAND ELLIOTT GOULD (PG) .From Hie producer of "Bullitl" and "The French Connection'.' IPGl The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., Jan. 26, 1974 UECSAL NOTICES WO7IC6 10 BIDDERS .required jliil! be reduced lo a ratio ol NOTICE tS HERcUY OiVcH: Thil onv parking space (Of each dwelling unit units are ficiud- I will tjt received by Hie Stc-ifor Inoie of the CWar Rapids Ccmmunily 'n ,1 p "our teacher gives us a second nance. So we think that the should give you ;t econd chance." And their teacher, Steve Sch- wein, says the letter sent to the rVhite House by his pupils "has aught me a lesson." Included with the letter were cuff links and a tie clasp bear- ng the American flag. The stu- dents asked Nixon to wear them next week when he delivers his Kate of the Union message to congress. Schwein said the cuff links and tie clasp were bought with 'whatever money they could scrape together. Some of them von't be going to the movies liis weekend." In their hand-written letter to he President, the pupils said hat if he wears the gifts "it would be kind of a sign to us .hat you believe in Americans .lie way we in Room 12 believe in you. "We think that you can do your job well no matter what ,hc others say. We all thank you "or bringing our prisoners back 'rom the war. We also thank you for stopping the war. So we "in the Counly'oi whlttl Stats of iowa. at his oflice. W6 Second f Avenue, 5W, Cedar Rapids, unlit o'clock CM., on the itri day ot f-eb- rudry fc-r turrlipiny the following no'Jiin which ROLL AWAY BLEACMERi" The awird ol centric! may be made b; County ct Ltnn, Slate of Iowa, to any responsible bidder or bidders oller.ng suitable lUDplies. equipment serv- ice dl iQivfrif price, taking into con- sideration quality ot materials cr and all bids, or any parl iherrtf,   inlo itrned in the hesi interests of "the Ce- >r Rapids Community School District, the County of State of By virtw of statutory authority, prcfer- ice will be given to prod-jets ?nd pro- 'Jons coal produced within it Stale of lowi. CEDAR RAP'DS COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT in Ihe County of Linn. States of Iowa Bv: Otto F. Wledprshern. Secretly Pybliih: January H. 197J; February '2, '74. you out." Schwein, can work this one 25, said the Pres- ident has been a dominant topic in his social studies class. "Out of the 30 in class, four didn't agree with the President, but they signed the letter any- said the Brownstown Ind., native. "I tried to remain objective. I voted Democratic in 1972." 20 YEARS AGO Ernest Hemingway and his fourth wife, Mary, returned to civilization after surviving two plane crashes in the African elephan country of Uganda. S? LOUNGE 1075 -6th AVE. MARION TONITE 15c BEER 8-9 P.M. HAVE FUN WITH OUR GAMES! AIR HOCKEY TABLE TENNIS THE FIRST XXX RATED MUSICAL! WORLD'S GREATEST ALL-STAR CAST. HURRY! 'DON'T MISS MARLON BRANDO LAST NITF WALT U1SNEYS "ROBIN HOOD" COLOR EASTWOOD um FORCE BARBRA STREISAND "THE WAY STEVE Mi QUEEN- DUSTIN HOFFMAN PICTURE OF THE YEAS ELIZABETH TAYLOR IN "flSH I WEDNESDAY" R. WE WERE" "PAPILLON" Pitfcftcly ficuilrsa prcaram >rovides lor rental assistance or utilizing public funds And re also limited to tow income el- ot-nv cr low ineon-.a handicapped oc- CUDdnts." Stcric--, 2. Thiit 'Jiatl te in fult ar.d cffecf from and after Its as cfovided Section 3. That ihp svb- replacement paoes ct the Municioal Code of Cedar Raoid; and made a part ol said Code as provided by litroduced 9lh day of January. 1974. Passed Ihii 23rd day ol January, 1974. Jchn F. Arthur 0.1 In i e District court of Iowa Linn County re: Ihe marriage ot Janice W, Scriven and ton E. Scriven pon the Ptriiion of: ANICE M. SCRIVEN, Petitioner, J Concerning: ON t. SCRIVfcfM, Respondent O LON E. SCRIVEN. Respondent above imcd; You are hereby notified that there is on tile in the Office of the Clerk of ic District Court ol Linn Counly, Iowa, e Petition of the Petitioner named in iplion hereof, in which Petition wer that Ihe marital status jbsistlng between the Petitioner and the espondent be [udiclally dissolved. That e said Petition alleges that there has leen a breakdown in the marriage rela- onthjp and that there remains no rea- enable likelihood that the status can be cstored. You are further notified that unless you ppear at the Court House in the City of edar Rapids, Linn County, Iowa, on or icfore the 5th day of March A. D., 1974, default be entered; and all of ._ relief prayed for in the said Petition 111 be granted. For furlher particulars see copy of Peti- on now on file for your benefit. is) Robert C. Nelson 50d American Bulldinq Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52401 Attorney for Petitioner OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to ection 3i6.7 of the 1973 Code of Iowa, of he final passage of Ordinance No 5-74, y the City Council of the City of Cedar apids, ort January 23, 197J, as )llovjs: ORDINANCE N N ORDINANCE AMENDfN'G CHAPTER 2 OF THE MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE ITY OF CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA, BY .DOING A NEW SUBSECTION PE. 5-74 ING Cl H, DT ;RMIT- NCOME ELDERLY OR LOW INCOME HANDICAPPED OCCUPANTS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY :pUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CEDAR WA. as follows: That the following subsecltoi and is herewith added to Section of the Municipal Code of the City Cedar Rapids, Iowa: 14. In any multiple dwelling dislricl e amount of off-street parkirin space; Says Ike Warned JFK of Possible Laos Involvement WALTIIAM, Mass. (AP) President Eisenhower warned 'resident-elect Kennedy of the wssibility of the United States scorning involved in a war in Laos, according to a newly opened set of presidential pa- icrs being prepared for Ihe John F. Kennedy lihrary. "Laos is the present key lo he entire area of Soulheast Eisenhower said to Ken- nedy, according to a memoran- dum from Defense Secretary :iark Clifford on a Kennedy- Eisenhower conference Jan. 19, I9G1, tile day before Kennedy's inauguration. Clifford wrote, "President Ei- senhower stated that he consid- ered Laos of such importance that if it reached the stage where we could not persuade others to act with us, then he wwld be willing 'as a last des- perate hope, to intervene uni- laterally.' Eisenhower also told Ken- nedy, according to Clifford, "that it would be fatal to permit the Communists to have any part in a new Laotian govern- ment." You'll Really Like Our Skillfully prepared in one of Iowa's most experienced Pizza Kitchens. Prompt service. TRY OUR ITALIAN BEEF OR HAM SANDWICHES 1545 First Avenue SE 363-9697 Daily, 11 a.m.-12p.m. Fri. Sal. Till 2 a.m. Sun. 4 to 12 p.m. Coupons Must Be Presented With Incoming Orders _. No Limit SmCKS Trim Pleats Extra Expert Alterations and Mending 4 LOCATIONS Marian 708 7th Ave. HOURS: Mon. Ihtu Fri. 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sal. 0 a.m. to 6 p.m. 3rd St. SE HOURS: Open 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Daily 3835 Center Point Rd. NE HOURS: open 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat. 7 a.m.-6 p.m. 28041st Avo. 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