Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 25, 1974, Page 3

Cedar Rapids Gazette

April 25, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tliurs., April 25, 1974 me ueaar Kapias uazeue: imus.. .-vpni za, tyn MB II I Donald Kuhn b Selected Quizzing on Taxes Urged As C.R. Realfor of Year (Continued from Page 1.) there was criminal taxlin response to the com- poundment of funds appropri- fraud in the preparation of Nix- Donald E. Kuhn, a past pres-jthe skills we used to know andlaicd by congress' the disman-; idcnt of the Cedar Rapids Board! take for granted good car-tlinS of lne offic'- Economic! of Realtors and active in civiclpentry, good electrical work, Opportunity, and, on's returns from 1969 through 1972 for which the Internal Rev- enue Service has mittee staff said. affairs, Wednesday night was! good cement work, good plumb- (he secret bombing of named Realtor of the Year. Sandage said. Ibodia. Kuhn shared the spotlight at! 'ou i on the issue. I'll', Hughes If accepted by the committee, tion, Cox said, of the young men's outstanding achievement and craftsmanship in construc- tion of a complete house. The seniors, who were guests at the banquet, are putting the finish- ing touches on the house, a year-long credit project in voca- tional education underwritten by the Board of Realtors. State President "The board considers it a fine project and we've been im- pressed at the caliber of young men who have Cox said. Duane Sandage of Clarion, president of the Iowa Assn. of Realtors, also commended the 16 young men and the Cedar Rapids board for "the commu- nity development project." "I fear that for too long we have ignored the development of it last year, you are the recommendation would Sandage told the 175 Realtors focus the impeachment inquiry and guests. "Education is a con-j on areas where the staff believe tinning thing. We don't thinkidocumentary evidence is avail- dial 'time in the business' isiabel to aid its investigation, necessarily a measure of im- provement any more." Had Farmed (Continued from Page 1.) end a sentence with a preposi- tion. Brinck insisted Iowa State should be given the one-fifty tjiou so Chairman Kreamer suggested he make a motion and put it to a vote of the subcommittee, which Brinck proceeded to do. Of course, Brinck voted for his own motion to put up the one-fifty and so did Reps. Richard Norpel (D-Bellevue) and Keith Dunton (D-Thorn- But Brockett and Reps. Del- wyn Stromer (R-Garner) and Donald Lippold (R-Waterloo) noted That left it strictly up to Chairman Kreamer to break the tie. He gave it about two seconds' thought, then said: "I pass." So the Brinck motion lovst on a 3-3 tie vote and Iowa State won't get the one-fifty thou which it wasn't expect- ing or even asking for in the first place, to research corn cobs for energy purposes. Yes, one has to keep an eye on the legislature every min- when adjourn- ment time and spring fever season happen to coincide. Kuhn was outstanding young farmer in Winneshiek county ir 1955 before he entered the rea estate profession. He was the charter president of the Friday Morning Breakfast Optimis club, former director of the Boy Scouts, past president of thi Hawkeye Toastmasfers club am a lector at St. Ludmila's church. Kuhn has served on virtually every committee of the Ceda: Rapids board ;-.nd on numeral! committees of the Iowa Assn He is currently a vice-presiden of the state association and is a member of the equal rights and the membership committees the Cedar Rapids board. The 16 students from Jeffer son, Washington and Kenned; also surprised the audience with an award of their own. The; presented a plaque to Dave Ro senberg, Cedar Rapids teachei who is project director for the student-built house program. Magistrate Court Anamosa Man Pleads Guilty to Charge Philip Smith, Anamosa, plet guilty Wednesday in magis- trate's court to a charge of pos- session of a controlled sub- stance. Sentencing was deferred until Oct. 24. He was charged with posses- sion of marijuana April 16. Hiawatha Man Held To Linn Grand Jury Michael McAlerney, Hia- watha was-bound over to the grand jury following a prelimi- nary hearing Tuesday in magis- rate's court on a charge of drunk driving. He was arrested April 7. You can save on Lennox Central Air Conditioning by acting now, during the off season.It's more convenient for our men to install it now and it's much easier on your budget! Call now for your Free Estimate! Hurry.' Enjoy savings Now... and comfort the whole year 'round. Open Man, andThurs. til 9 1062ndAve.SW Open All iturday Day So Phone 363-0283 That would include Watergate and its aftermath, the settle- ment of an anti-trust case against ITT, political contribu- tions by the dairy industry, How- ard Hughes and Robert Vesco; and Nixon's income taxes. In connection with the taxes, the staff recommended that the committee conduct its own in- vestigation to determine tee on internal revenue taxation reported after reviewing Nix- on's tax returns for those years dence will be presented to the that they found no-evidence of fraud on Nixon's part. Suggests Questions The judiciary committee staff suggested that to facilitate this part of the inquiry a series of questions should be submitted to Nixon for his written replies. The staff report disclosed for the first time that it is inquiring into a political contribu- tion by Howard Hughes and a contribution by Robert Vesco. "The purpose of this inquiry is to determine the extent, if any, of presidential responsi- bility for unlawful campaign contributions and illegal or im- proper executive branch action However, only those allega- tions the staff feels can be sup- ported by documentary evi- committee when it starts receiv- in evidence on May 7, Rodino said. Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers Ambulance.........366-7654 Fire...............398-5343 Highway Patrol ___364-517) After Hours......363-5629 .Police.............398-5353 Sheriff.............398-3521 Medical Society ....365-2527 (If you havo no physician) Foundation II .......362-2174 (Criiis help, I p.m.-midnighl) (Clip and carry in your billfold) Linn Grand Jury Indicts C.R. Pair The Linn-county grand jury returned indictments Wednes- day against two Cedar Rapids residents in connection with a robbery, but delayed action on the robbery charge itself. Richard Foster, 19, and Wal- lace Madden, 24, were named in indictments charging carrying a concealed weapon and posses- sion of marijuana. They had been bound over to the grand jury on those charges and on a robbery charge in con- nection with the taking of a shotgun and some marijuana and cash from a southeast Cedar Rapids apartment. The jury said the robbery cases should be continued until the May 6 meeting of the grand jury The jury returned three 'other indictments and one no bill. The following were indicted on these charges: William McNeil, drunk driv- ing; Howard Junior Sampson, breaking and entering, and Carl armed with intent to use a weapon unlawfully. Dismissed by a no bill was a charge of robbery against Ange- la Gay Love. Walking Tours NEW YORK (DPI) Mayor Abe Beame plans walking tours of Manhattan's lower East side intended to prove that the streets are safe. Two complete Jumbo SHRIMP DINNERS .Even your Coffee! 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