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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 NAI ION Al WI AIM! *f M fc VICI! OIK AM In ? AM IM 7 - I?  DEATHS  Tho Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thurs., July ll, 1974    3  —Ehrlichman—    —Gurney—  (Continued from Page I.) (Continued from Page I.) I /    I    O    *    J-    X  that he said led to the Ellsberg was raising money for him and L.GCJCII IKGCjUIr0/7?0/7f I OZ* breakin.    [when    he    said he didn't learn  until the .summer of 1973 that  Booking Puzzles Judge  (Continued from Page I.) a lie detector test “witnessed by  Rain is expected Thursday night over parts of the northern Rockies and in the vicinity of the Great Lakes region. Mostly fair elsewhere.  —Daily Record—  -Watergate—  (Continued from Page I.)  The Weather Extended forecast — Chance  cause Rebozo refused to provide • 1 x * r x I the necessary documents.  Magistrate *> Court In its investigation in Key Bis- 1  Charlott K. Gaskill, 80, of 1117 Speeding — Jeffrey Nelson, cayne, the committee found Third street SW, widow of  Elsie Becker  Elsie Becker, 6fi, a lifelong “Everyone else    knew that    , ,  4    .    . money raised by Williams was  resident of Ceder lipids until someone w; ls  going to go into    ,     0[) hjs F|orjda fic | r|  , )f .  she refired and moved to Prat- Dr. Fielding's office and exam- (ices.    i    photographed) at a room at tho I the news media."  lie (111 Chien in 1971, died inc his files without his con The first count of the indict-1Ramada Inn Tuesday evening    Refused    Test  Wednesday at Prairie du Chienjsent,” Merrill told    the jury as    ment charges that all seven    de-    police    Chief    Wallace    N.    La-  Memorial hospital after a long ho outlined a series    of key meet-    fondants conspired from    De-    noters    said the    special    arrange-    ,     Hc    had     stared     such    a    ,cst   illness    ines    memo;- - nd    con er at'o     cember  ^70  () n to raise the Gur-!    ments were made to keep    the     dur,n « 8 rand  J ury     proceedings  ...    - ..    .    ,.    ney funds from contractors and    officers from a “circus” of    the     because be sa,d     I* 16  results  She worked at Collins Radio rn which Ehrlichman partied    Elopers  who  had matters    ne^medU,    would have    been    kept    confiden  ce. as an accountant before pated during .July, August and pending before the (J, S. depart- Steinbeck Not Booked  tial wherras he wa nted them I moving.    September, 1971.    jment of housing and urban dev- p a Peters said he has made  made  P ub,ic -  She    is    survived    by    three    As    he circled the dates on    the     e l°pment.    such special arrangements    for    When reminded of    his promise  daughters,    Mrs.    Frank    Varner,    calendar Merrill    said that    de-     11 lists 115 overt ?lCfs -  inc,ud '     olh(>r than  P olice  officers    on    made in April to ‘    lake the lid  Cnri or p-.niriv!- iu re u.hn I im it !•    i    u    t    the    gift of a condominium to previous occasions when he felt  of f ” ne was indicted, Stem-  Cedar Lipids Mrs. John Urn- .spite testimony of a number of  G « * , he  „. c l)ve of  j,  was warrantcd     beck declined to comment, but  back San Diego, Calif. and witnesses throughout the trial  0r]ando     Steinbeck has not been hooked added that “names will definite-  |Mrs. Timothy Richman; North concerning Ehrlichman’s partic-    ----------- in. sheriff Walter Grant said iy come out during the trial.”  Liberty; a son, John Becker, ,p a tj on and  conversations con-! t    _    |    that since .Judge William Eads The former Cedar Rapids po-  . Juneau, Alaska; her [mother,  cern j n g    the “covert” operation    'WO    V^GnTldl V-/ITy    quashed the arrest warrant and     bce  detective expressed his  Mrs. Charles Glynn, Reno,  against     Fielding. Ehrlichman Man    Ara    Steinbeck turned himself in to    wish for a speedy trial begin-  Minn.; two sisters, Mrs. Irma .  maintains he does  not re  IV ' en Mre  ^nargea ^    ^^     not fpe] he n ing as soon as “tomorrow.”   ra,n ® . fl n ’ member the details of those A Central City man was ar- can book the commissioner in    Hadnt    Read    It  Soto ' Wis  C ’ ‘and'' 1  ten    ermd-     oxchan * es -     rested  for carrying a concealed    without an order from the judge.     steinbeck     admitted that he  children ’    *    Merrill, speaking in a conver-    w e a p 0 n after Linn county    Ihe judge told The Gazette     ha( j  n ot read the 90-page indict-  Services- Saturday    at ii at    St    national tone for 80 minutes,'sheriff’s deputies stopped his    that the hooking in procedure     ment fj , ed    against him when   Nicholas Catholic church at  said the    main issuc was not wh °     car while searchij1 g    for another    has nothing to do with the court    j n f orrn( , d 0 f some of the charges  KYfV'hnrrr Minn Burial- Church  was aware  °f  a  breakin but in-    man.    unless a legal question on the     made  j n  t be  indictment, he said  ’ ‘    stead who participated in the    Bradley Joe Kelley, 18, was    matter is raised before the     bo  “would    very much love to  planning of a “covert opera-;crested in Central City for hav-|court.  tion” to enter Fielding’s office mg a knife longer than the legal He said hr does not know and examine the medical files,    limit in his car.  __A 16-year-old Central City  A i r TV en <_    .    .    .    , . I youth with Kelley w as arretted  Mrs. Alfred Gaskill Two Are Inured in  and heW (or Prairic du chien   cemetery. Friends may call at I Garrity funeral home in Prairie du Chien after 3 Friday. Rosary at 8 p.m. Friday.  whether there is a legal requirement that an arrested  tell several things that would destroy” the allegations made, hut legal counsel prohibited him doing so.  The five police detectives who  of rain Saturday through Mon-j4423 Regal ..venue NE; fined  $456 ,,  jn exponditurcs made for  day. Highs. 80s to low 90s. Lows, j J?![and costs Ward Viler,. M«.  7<k Saturn'iv tn Uh* hv MnnHav (Vernon; Charles McEowen, Nixon’s benefit by Rebozo which /us aaiuraaj to bus d> * I naay.    - 9iy  crest ridge avenue SW; were not reflected in Nixon's  High temperatures Wednesday, low, c ,„  0  ,___  temperatures overnight and inches of steven bonnebergcr, iowa city, statements of assets and net precipitation    Jeffrey Young, Palo; Susan  Anchorage *8 50 L. Angeles 74 61    _ i , C in p    . ct.  87 71.22 Miami 8*79    Panck, 1540 Fourth avenue SE;  UU n uortffn.* I???  05     Richard Martin, Alburnett: Dc-  7? *6 .12 N. Orleans 92 71 ..     A     ’    goon  9059 New York 89 64    wayne Sturtz, 1332 Ninth  •7*4 seattle* ’"J”    street NW; each fined $30 and  92 78 washington 94 73.04, costs. Dennis Conway, 654 Fif-  C Weather Iteenth avenue SW; Marvin  Atlanta  Bismarck  Chicago  Denver  Duluth  Honolulu  Houston  person be booked in.  The indictment against Stein-    were also indicted were termed  C. R. Auto    Accident Wis.,    officials in connection with     beck  alleges he lied about some    “some of the most sincere, dedi-  Twn    naKspnfTors    in    an    auto I a brea ki n at  a pharmacy there    hams which the grand jury says    cated, honest and professional  O    passengers    111    an    auto, f,,|„    c; \ nnanliltr r>f arriere uuac    i ii, ti i- _ ...i    u., CinlnUnnL  Alfred F. Gaskill, died early!    July 5. A quantity of drugs was  he  embezzled. Itdoes not'indict police officers” by Steinbeck.  Thursday after a brief illness. ^ ^  Wcdnasda ' y  r   jn th " 32001  tal( . e n- .    .... him for embezzlement.    He    asked that people not  She was born Jan. 21, 1894. in  The deputies were looking for  ™ -----  -    .    ,    ....      r    The     j ury re p 0r t refers to 'pass judgment on others on the  Milwaukee, Wis., and had been; _     (      the    1 ?-y ear -° ,d  i ^ when Kelley  cr j m es "indicated by the indict- basis of the indictment.”  worth reported last year by an a resident of Cedar Rapids accounting firm.    I    since    1909.    ,    ,    .    ...    .    ,  Mrs. Gaskill was a member of  Lu . ke s ho . s P‘ tal and  ^ eased  As to the Hughes payment,  suffered minor injuries. uuui|, IfM   ! nersons were treated at St V     ments     <    which) were barred by    -  his possession.    the    statute    of    limitations    or    Cll8IIE8  St.   fi,e H " vll> Da,na6 ' 5   lh, Royal h.ichbors ai Amari- nue  a';  iu[ ', r|id k 'h  k i urks Southwest C. R. Home  the collision,    ,    ,    .    .    ,  BP a son. --I f’o'iee said the two were rid- 1 Flre  » f  ^“etermmed cause  thought best handled by the indictments returned.”  the committee noted that each avenue sw; Marvin    major figure has changed    his  Mcnge, 2101 Mt.    Vernon road    own story at least once and    that  High    Wednesday ............ 92    SE; each fined $20    and costs.    each story conflicts in signifi-1 ca -  Low    overnight ...............71    Driver*, license    violation —     cant details with accounts    told     Surviving  Noon Thursday ...............74    and    SS.    * <*>**■    ^    a    SimT/1 g     *■"<*'™ Higic^ |  fraI " e dwel . lin |  at  »    Lie Test Speedy  -9 w  ,uiui - -------- The investigators cast doubt,    ‘ W  r °    ST*    w,l^'avenue SF. when it and a vehi-  slx ' h ,  street SW '  Wad " Csda y    ^     y   however, on Rebozo's claim that ,1 w!u.r de driven by Gary L. Rohwed-  fire  ^  Vernon  Court Action  For 0. R, Polios  Sling In a "car drivel “by Jeffrey I »« avil y damaged a two-story tour,..f>„.    .    ...    .     J     frame    dwelling    at    33    Thirty-  Steinbeck Ash  2 p.m.      ................... <3    -p ed     Wagoner, 1600 I avenue  Precipitation ...............0.87    NE;    Timothy Bell, 2117 Bever  Total for July ........  The suspension of five indicted detectives has resulted in a I slight change of assignments for ; officers in the uniformed division, according to the acting head of the detective bureau. Captain William Byrne said  Normal for July  ........ '^“avenue SE; Mark Felter, 2626 touched for three years, eventu- 'V IU  ., Kjiai J :11 ^ ‘'‘‘TY’ ^ !nue SW, collided.  Normal through July ......20.19  Indian  Hill road SE; each fined  al i v  returning to a Hughes ren- ; ? aplds -  S !. rvi S es: .    .    Polie«    said    ti  Total for 1974 ..............30.99 $ lo and costs.  LOS 1  avenue SE; each fined $15 and    ° l,,ai -| Moscrint: two brothers, Walter , ,    „„       ,    .z.-...,.-,    m.-    vm. i t  3.581 c0s T s :.? U o an  ? a ?_ t ;! c ’J-, 4 . ( T FO oJn?     4 u-„T... m T ney ._^ n jand Clarence Knobel, Cedar! -    ’     0     . U< n    au ‘‘    Carie    said    the    fire    began    in    the    Safety    Commissioner    James|Thursday, patrolmen will be  ally returning to a Hughes rep-,, ^  at sp Pa(rick , s Ca(holic   Police said the accident oc-  rcar first floor bedroom in the Steinbeck, indicted Tuesday on asked do as much investigative  Martin  curred while both cars were  Barometer, rising  ......30.05    Right-of-way violation —bilk^he had  S h!ppnl c * urc * 1  ^  Rev ‘  Humidity at nim ......... 88%    Patrick; MeEnany 308 Thirty- >;«« «» »llb he had beenL^^  Burja ,.  &   Wind direction and velocity at    '    Catholic    cemetery.    Wake serv-.    .  2 p m . SSE at 9 mph.     ic “«     Blate    violitio .    _     Ihe    n ^ sl    bll ' s    amon g     th «    ice:    Friday    7:30    p.m.    Janeba-I' hal    was    makln 8     a    tu ™     a   Sun rises Friday 5:42; sun  Go ^?'bicki^^ 1215 FrTovc-, >■<»'•    painstakingly; Ku ba funeral homo west where     and    was    struck     ^  sets 8-42    nue SE; fined S15 and costs. I  examln(? d  b y t be  committee, did friends may    call after 7 p.m.  Years Ago Today - High, 85: Mark Morris, Hiawatha; fined not reach a commercial bank| Thursday  '    -  low, 71; rainfall, none.    $10 and costs.     for  distribution until Oct. I.    '       Inflation-  Registration violation — Ool—; 1970    ^  Traveler's Forecast |da Dbicki^; 2 ^ Ffrst avenue ^ ^    aU „  ..... Marcus    Carr    |    (Continued    from    Page    I.)  _ ..    'SE;    fined    $15    and    costs.  Friday  Weather, Hi-Lo  Bismarck • • PtCldy 82-54  Chicago.........Tshwrs    89-65  Cincinnati  PtCldy    87-68  Cleveland ..........Fair    82-64  Des Moines PtCldy    92-65 costs.  Detroit ............Fair    86-62  This is later than the latest  Marcus Andrew Carr, four  Patricia    charges of    perjury,    conspiracy    work as time allows. Normally,  ..    ,    „    ,    ..    .    ,    Landt.     an d obstruction of justice, said    uniformed officers turn over the  John’sIf 00  ^ 1     we  drr     No    one    was    at    home    when Wednesday that he would not investigative duties to detec-  to allow room for a car ahead  (he fjre was djscovcred bv a step  down from his office and lives.  motorist who saw flames com-1 desired a polygraph test to clear “We just ask that people be ing from    the    windows. Carie    himself.    patient because we will take a  said the fire    had    a    good start by Pointing    out that    only public    little longer to do things,” he  the time firemen arrived. ;servants convicted of a felony;said.  __I may be removed from office,    --  Steinbeck said telephone con-    Tfirnrr  versations with many Cedar    "■■Opwa™  home, occupied by  No Final Decisions  Faulty equipment — Stove date any of the principals has .    ' tor     * n    d °h nson     administra-    On    City Zoning Map Rapids citizens had convinced (Continued from Page I.)  SK&. M    ° f     ^    Mu,     wrePau , McCracken     ,    A    specie,    meeting    of the cUyft,,^    been    argued    bHor.    ,he    high  Rapids; Stanley Turner, Ma J was made t0  Rebozo.     d i ed  Wednesday in a Cedar ? ere PaulI MCLraciten, planning commission was called IJJJ” 1 ' 1  ™    7    court    last    Monday,  quoketa; each fined $10 and    “Inappropriate”    j    Rapids hospital.^‘The family was    '' Thursd *y morning to continue  a  \    v The lape w ' lh a Rap< men '  Concerning the netty charge J enroute to a new home in|^‘    '? eb ^'I review of the city zoning ™P '    ‘i-,ned    by    Ben    Veniste.    was of  Traffic signal violation  Indianapolis 7....... Fair 89-67    Robert Johnson. 372 Park ter- the committee said the project,  Kansas City ... PtCldy 97-73    race SE; fined $10 and costs. To be kept under exclusive    the leading candidate to replace  Milwaukee  Tshwrs 83-64    Responsibility for minors — w h i t e House control, fell    Surviving in addition to the     recent eco nomic advisor Chair-  ’ Wyoming A twin brother died I     th ^     1>hase    2    pay  ^? ar< ^: However no final decisions were  su spensions of the five police  a  jvj arcb  20, 1973, conversation  ’I La'    orourer     ulcu j an d    Alan    Greenspan,    considered     madp     detectives    also    indicted    by    the    ■    atween    Nixon and former  presidential counselor John  made.  The commission approved a 8 rand  i ur y*  (M-l  The panel reproduced in its    M^iton'ofi dicates , a ™ ‘wisting by the gov-, enue   report a Feb. 17, 1969, memo'- -    ^    Moulton of  ernmen t to achieve Us economic  zoning change from multi-fami-  Omaha ............Fair 94-87) i and  drive SW; fined JIO iid 1 1,, ™ U 8"  w "™ ‘“P ^e»aen.wi|j—- — nun ricroen aiein.    ,, y (M , , 0  industrial, multi-  St. Louis PtCldy 95-701 costs.    aides    decided    that    such use of ,  aonn ’  l “ e  h ra nap a rems,  ad r  Rush inslsted the  meetings!  farni . v and rommrrf> i a i  Sioux Falls PtCldy *8-59 j  Truck rout ,  violl0on  _  Bin  ---------------- bara Filkins of Tee Mass . andL. .„ ... .----------------<™>Y    .  Coralville Lake    Pastel, Winthrop; fined $25 and I propitiate.”    j    |"L™ Q  anT m^rna"! I “i awbonin S” ~  a  that i n * | Thirty-first street NE nearC av-  Pool level Thursday ... 697.07 costs    -    -    _    -    "x-nnv.    Mass.,    and Ihe ereat-a---------    I  n- ,i ss    Intoxication — Walter Pollet,  Births - Mercy    Alburnett;    fined    $20 and costs.  July ll — To the families Vehicle control violation — of Richard Young, 532 Forest;Theresa Klinger, 306 Crescent drive SE, a son; Ronald Holub,! street SE; fined $20 and costs.  Anamosa, a son; Richard Car-1 Driving on wrong side — ver, 1604 Fifteenth avenue SE,  Robert  Frederick, 639 Soutter a daughter.    {court SE; fined $25 and costs.  Births — St. Luke's    I    owa    Deaths  July IO — To the families of    ........    r-  m-.-n Keenlov Coralville a     Upst  Liberty — Mary E.  I«nn#>rt    De.iRummells, 76. Saturday at,    - tfeDe would lute advice irom ......—• ”  ....... r    ll_    •    I  vonshire drive NE adaughter;  1; 30 at United Methodist    y 0U or  anyone as to how this    William    J. Smith. 84, formerly    Following    Cr6Sn  {church. Sniders    lean be legally and technically of Cedar    Rapids, died recently  Dyersville — Mrs. Ralph H.L    rr,.    „    *7in Salt Lake Citv Utah    STANWOOD    —    A    17-year-old  (Esther) Willenborg, 62. Satur-     handle d. The fund. should go to    Cedar Rapids March  Cedar Ra P ids  motorist    is    in    crit-  day at 10:30 at Basilica of St.    some operating entity other!     liorn in     Leaar itapia.s, Marcn  than the National Committee soj^- 1890, he is survived by his that we can retain full control of  w ^ e »    ;    a stepdaughter,  their use ”    Barbara, Salt Lake City, a son,  Though he said his final decision would be .subject to the advice of his legal counsel, Steinbeck declared he wanted to take  Ehrlichman.  Drive Safely  t mu-; U I v ' Vt Derby Line, Vt., and Mr. and  eoals  from White House chief of staffL.    n    nou«n S 0d,s '  Mrs. R. D. I* liking of Dalton, There will be no specific pres-  ” as ^-    i    sure on individual companies or  Private cremation services industries to hold down infla-were conducted Tuesday Turner chapel east.  H. R. Haldemann to Ehrlichman, which said in part:  “Bebe Rebozo has been asked by the White House to contact J. Paul Getty in London regarding major contributions.  “Bebe would like advice from  It also approved a site development plan for Arcade Opticians, Inc., 3029 Center Point j road NE. subject to review of   m ,..    .    .    .    city traffic and engineering de-!   ln | titulary price increases, he said  partmcnts Conccrns had bec „  William J. Smith  Youth Critical  Francis Xavier. Parish services Friday at 8 p.m. Visitation after 2 Friday at Kramer’s.  Onslow — Minnie Cress, 81. Friday at IO at Hayden’s,  ical condition at University hospitals, Iowa City, following a car-truck collision a half-mile west of here about 5 p.m. Wednesday.  Allan Seidler was first taken  Darrell Carpenter, Coggon, a son; Bernard Michalec, 3000 J street SW, a son; Robert Thomas, 402 Twenty-fifth street SE, a son; William Filling. 151 Elma drive INW. a daughter;  James Woodworth. Springville, a daughter; Roger Wyatt, 2049 Sharwood drive NE, a son;  Robert Gilehrist, 640 Sixteenth { WvnmirtiT  avenue SW. a daughter.    •    .    ,    .    ,  i Dysart — August W.    Schultz,    any contributions.  Out of Town Births 184. Saturday    at IO, Overtons'  At Garden Grove, Calif. — Burial: St.    John  Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Strinhoff , a  son July 6. Mrs. Steinhoff is the     4 4vvt     _______  daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob- Hanchett, 73. .Friday at 2.  m0 ney available to pay for irrandrhildrpn and ereat-erand-highway 30 and struck a ret J. Westfall, zoos Twenty- United Methodist church.  h p     functions    S™    weal    yaw    ,     k    drivfn    b    Smi|h   fifth avenue, Marion.    I Burnham and    Woods.    nunc    n«we    auum  IUII '- l,UIi;>  I children.     J     ’  ...    r\*    i    J    Waukon    —    Ed    Hertrampf,    81.^  new  ^ sca ^ >’ ear  started. Services  Marriages Dissolved Friday at 1:30, Martin's.    (in July, 1969  Elsie E. and Clyde J. Pickart. Elgin — Gertrude Carpenter Bonnie A. and Harold A Ed-  Fox  Friday    at    10:30, Much-  wards. Emery L. and Joyce lpthRlor's    I     4     «•    .    i  Carroll Kohl. Martha B and Vilhon,,, _ Emma Rembert  commit,ee staf (  < l uo,cd  fhrlich-     Memoria | Services  Richard Howard Stong. Patricia j 77 Saturday at 10:30, M.E. man as saying in sworn testimo-!  Mae and Richard Dean Haw-, cburcb  visitation at Fellmet’s,|ny, “I wanted them to turn up!    ~  A. and Joseph A.| Kevstono .after 7 Thursday.    119:30 at Cedai  Williams. Darlene  expressed about traffic access and drainage problems at the site.  flowers  for  every  occasion!  since  1909  .IOUA E.  gw LAPES  Convenitnt downtown  location  308 3rd Ave. SE 365-0511  Newhall.  Randalia  rr.    .    ».    .. Robert, Cahfornia; two daugh-  The report gave no indication    .    ,  • .. r,  4 .®    .    „    .    ters, Virginia and Irene, both of  whether (jetty actua y made ...     &     „    \ Kn „    *   3    3     'California;    a    brother,    Max    A.,    ,    ,    ..    ____.    .    Smith,    Cedar    Rapids,    two!' 0     Mercy    hospital,    then    trans-  ’s    cemetery,    R  sa *d White House aides had    sisters, Mrs.    S.    McCammon. Al-    f ed     f° wa  City.  wanted to obtain such funds     bU q U erque,    N    M . and Mrs.    7 e ar    count y     a uthorities    said  Mrs.    Vernon    originally because there was nojp red  wirth,    Vinton, several    ^ is car    crossed    ( h e     center    line  In  “Send to Jail”  the O’Brien matter.  the  were held in Salt I Lake City and burial was in Gardena, Calif.  at  Memorial  kins. Roxy A. and  J ^ eph  A. 'Keystone, after 7 Thursday ; something and send (O’Brien) I chape I “of \iemorie7‘brVhe  and  Tama  _  Mrs . Upton Collin-L iou ^    S ha . p 7_..°L_„7T or 7ul^.ii...  Edgar E. Light. Louise E. and  son   Alvin A. Wimer.  Petition for  Bankruptcy  William Dean and Therese Medford, 3421 Dunham drive SW. Both listed debts of $50,-507.17 and assets of $25,185, with $23,000 claimed as exempt.  Sharon Lee Crawford. 232 Third a venue SE. Debts  RI Webster Citv. Friday at I to  J ail before the  election and; Rev. Lawrence A. Chamberlain 2 United Methodist church unfortunately it didn't material- of Kenwood Park United Pres-Burial: Saturday at II. Pleas- ize.”    ! byt ST ian  church. Arrangements  ant View cemetery, Carthage.!    ,.    ,    by Cedar Memoiia!  SD. Harrison’s     s,a lf    s    report,    which    was    Eberle,    Florence    R. I p.m.  71, Stanw(x>d.  Smith is in good condition at S t. Luke’s hospital, Cedar Rapids, with arm and back injuries.  Young Seidler has been charged with failure to yield half the traveled portion of the roadway.  -/Vo.on-, a.. c 1 nn ...UK oiilat Hoovcr-Valentine’s from 9 $9,242.87. Assets.^Sit , itll a ; Friday to noon Saturday.  Van Horne — Fred Weiner,  claimed as exempt.  Jennie Wickham, | made public Wednesday, said Ehrlichman succeeded in speeding up an IRS audit of O’Brien, but the audit turned up nothing wrong in O’Brien’s taxes.  It also said Ehrlichman ton-; ———    —  gue-lashed the head of the IRS Sawhill T0KeS  Postville  86. 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