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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa © NAtlONAt WtATKI* Soviet tOtttCAST *o ZAM H -M-7M —Tapes— (Continued from Page I.) _    ||    *    no indication from the White . Kiins,(y    House whether Nixon would be Stella E. Klinsky, 71, of 653 willing to agree to such an ar-Memorial drive SE, died sudden- rangement with Ford. Nor, he jly Monday. She was born April said, does he know what the 15, 1903, near Ely, where she white House response will be to lived until moving to Cedar the judiciary committee’s sub-! Rapids in 1953.    poena for the Watergate-related She was a member ot St conversations, now due to be John's Lutheran church in Ely. answered by next Tuesday. I the Rebekah lodge in Ely and Rhodes sajd he previously has !^e._ urC3S lc*y    s    suggested that the relevant ma terial from the tapes be deter- The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed., April 24, 1974 3A More Funds for Volga Lake 'Vv ^ IIH WL Al HI ft fOIOC ASI $ Wednesday night, rain is expected in the northern Rockies and the northern portions of California. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. k/iurch. Surviving are two daughters, ! Mrs. Donald Kadlec, Center (Point, and Mrs. Edwin Jones, I Ely; three sons, Harold, Cedar Rapids, Glenn, Ely, Carl, Mt. (Vernon, and two brothers. Rudy Dvorak, Marion, and Walter Dvorak, Lisbon. Services: St. John's Lutheran church in Ely at 10:30 a.m. Friday by the Rev. Alvin Danielson. Burial: Rogers Grove cemetery near Ely. Friends may : call at the Brosh chapel after I p.m. Thursday. House Okays Regent Agency died brief The Weather High temperatures Tuesday, low temperatures overnight and inches of pre- cioitation Anchorage 43 34 .20 L Angeles 65 S4 Atlanta 73 45 Miami PO 72 Bismarck 55 39 Min'apolis 56 29 Chicago 44 38 N Orleans 76 59 .01 Denver 76 38 New York 72 44 Duluth 45 27 Phoenix 89 ($9 Honolulu 83 71 Seattle 52 45 Houston 74 62 Washington 73 46 Extended Forecast — Partly cloudy to cloudy Friday through (fore Bey. 5271 Sunday. Chance of rain Friday SW :    ’Kenneth Fred Drinovsky Fred Drinovsky, 66, of Williams boulevard, Wednesday following a illness. Born Sept. 24, 1907, in Belle _    ■    ■■    Plaine, he had been a resident ADDrODmiMnS Cedar Rapids since 1943. He • •    ■    was married to Evelyn Franka i CW- rtoiA it at#    ES    M0INES    ~ The Iowa Feb. 18, 1934, in Belle Plaine. each fined * $30 and * costs! scnate needed only a few min-    Mr. Drinovsky had been    an em- David Drake, 970 West Eighth u*es Wednesday to pass a bill    ploye of    Iowa    Manufacturing avenue. Marion; Kenneth Me- appropriating $28,394 million for    Co for 30    years    before    his re- Sri!°tUSSE- 3WrslJrTandon !i974'75 t0 the slate’s ,hree uni-    tircment.    ' 1463 Miami drive ‘ NE; Nyle';versitics and oilier board of re-Anderson, Sterling, 111.; Theo-igents institutions. Sixth street SW; David Keegan, Moores trailer court, Marion;! Betty Peddycoart, 3000 J Ninth Blin. street 2315 which w Surviving besides his wife are three sisters, Lula Schnepf, Wa-The bill includes a provision |terloo, Maggie Kostlan, Traer, , c' , o i    enc    Marion4 Garv Daieckv 1823 K r 7 ..... make    it necessary aad Julia Babka, Belle Plaine; fn. ^auLa*V- ^ s m 1111    ’    S    27th street Marion; GarV Dalec- *or ,ll<’ re8ents to increase tu- and a brother, William. Hudson to lower 70s.      u*u-     •    *    •    * DES MOINES — It appeared Wednesday the battle to get more state funds to finance the Volga lake project in Fayette county may be won. Last January, Gov. Robert Ray included the project for $250,000 in his request for $7.5 million for conservation programs in 1974-75. Sen. H. L. Heying (D-West ! —Buol— (Continued from Page I.) Mickle, Safety Commissioner James Steinbeck and the civil service commission. Chief Unavailable McMickle was ill and unavailable for comment Wednesday. Steinbeck said he has seen no documents on the matter and has talked to no one else involved in the suit. of good will among all the A civil service commission of-mcmbers of the house and sen- facial commented it had re-1397 ate,”    ceived    no notice of any action Asked whether he thought a e ^ transcript of the taped conver-    cdy    Forney    said sations provided by the White House would be sufficient to answer the committee’s subpoena, Rhodes said. “The committee in the house will have to be convinced that all of the relevant material is made available." He said he feels that “with a high-level, elite group,” such as the one he suggested, reviewing the material, it might meet the committee’s requirements. Kodino Hopeful mined by representatives of both the committee and the White House. He suggested as the arbiters committee Ro-dino, the ranking Republican member, Rep. Hutchinson of Michigan, committee counsel I John Doar, and White House special counsel James St. Clair. Elite Review When asked if Ford might serve as a viable arbiter, Rhodes said “Yes. Vicepresident Ford has a great store Union) and Rep. Donald Aven-son (D-Oelwein) said this wasn't enough and vowed to get more. They said the governor was shorting the project unnecessarily in view of the state's anticipated surplus of more than $150 million. Lt. Gov. Arthur Neu con-firmed Wednesday that members of the house and senate human resources subcommittees working on the governor's conservation recommendations had reached a tentative agreement that includes $1.5 million for Volga lake. The total package increases the governor's budget by $250,000. In addition to increasing the Volga lake money, the subcommittees agreed to include $500,000 in the package for dredging several state lakes. something the governor had not recommended. The additional money for Volga and dredging came from a $2 million appropriation the governor recommended for an open spaces program. His appropriation for that purpose was reduced to $500,000. The subcommittees made no changes in the remainder of the governor’s program, which includes $1.45 million for the Pleasant Creek project near Palo, $1.25 million for the Brushy creek project near Fort Dodge. $1 million for the Big Creek project near Des Moines, $1 million for a state resort project on Rathbun lake in southern Iowa and $ 5 5 0 . 0 0 0 for miscellaneous items. In separate bill, the state is putting up $1.8 million to complete a fish hatchery at Rathbun lake. School Tax Bill Sent to Governor Iowan Dies in Fire in Germany WEST UNION—The victim of that, to his knowledge, no formal action has been taken against Buol by the fire de- ___    . partment. 50 he has no involve- Df MOINES ~    1hc    lawa ment at this time.    senate    Wedncsday    accepted a In his bankruptcy petition houso amfndn]en\ to    a bll!‘ g,v‘    a    house    fire    in    Germany    has Buol. who works part time at ing schoo] dlstncts more    flexl'    been, identified    as    Army    Spec. Mercy hospital, said his income    T    Eenne*h    R-    Thompson,    20, for the last two years has been Mt iei ' (”y age    West Union. ‘    Thompson,    son of Mr. and bility in the use of school house Mrs Harvey Schlater. West $15,000 annually. Claimed Debt.    tax funds and sent it to the gov. Ur|rn "'had’'bee'n''iVati'oned "at included among the claimed ernor.    Schwetzingen.    Germany, and debts were $6,000 in loans from The house amendment tight- ^ gor)e t0    nearby com Rodino said Tuesday he has    ^r-    ™d    enedap    ,ho    s0    roVeT may "unity Friday with friends on a' noaino sam iuesaay ne nos bank Generai Finance and the not be used for maintenance    H ponrorl no Qeeiironno nf full    ..    vvct FXU I IU C. R. Weather High Tuesday ............ I/Ow overnight Noon Wednesday 2 p.m. Wednesday z Precipitation ............ Total for April ......... Normal for April ------ Normal through April . Total for 1974 Barometer, rising Humidity at noon k.v, 1823 K street SW; Shirley 'bon of nonresident graduate Services; 1:30 p.m. Friday at rece'ved no assurance of full fjre dcpartment credit union.    purposes.    A a pas NW-n;.,Jh TinS'-^o"^ 7 aadergraduate students at Turner chapel west and at 3 compliance when he agreed to Buo, and his wife also owe The bill allows school district. *a?h°n,lt's.sald ,the housc J" 53 Plate violation — Robert the universities by $100 a year p m Qak Hill cemetery in extend deadline for the sub- sevcraj businesses, including to use 2.5 mill money to repair J?hich urn’ staying caught Belle Plaine by the Rev. Glenn f)0( na-    Armstrong’s ($1,100), Killian’s or replace buildings. Present e an _ ompson burned to Before taking the 45 to 0 w. McMichael.    “I    m    hopeful    the    reason    the    ($1300), Younkers ($1,400) and law limited the money’s use to Geam iiait* violation — nimcn    .    ,.    .    .. 37 Risk, route three, Marion; fined Starting this tall cf $20 and costs. Dean Turner, .. 2538 Indiana street SW; fined a SIO and costs. None Driver’s license violation 4 OO Timothy King, 2317 Grande o 79 avenue SE; fined $20 and costs.| vote for the bill, the senate added $70,000 to the $28,324 million in the original bill to finance a research project at Iowa State. The $70,000 is to be a continu-appropriation to research He was not officially Friends " may call at Turner President made the request is Mas'ter charge ( $1.3001.    building    new    structures.    identified, however, until Mon- west until I p.m. Friday. The lhal h<' means ,0 comply." Ro- Among the assets claimed by The senate passed the bill 39 :n>    ™    "lher details were casket will not be open after the d"a mid a news conference. ,j,e Huols are a 1972 Chevrolet to 0 last year, and the house a e service. Mrs. Robert Stracke Paline Bliss, 130 Thirty-fourth • 7.81    street NE; Arlene Ellis, 1324 G 9.45    avenue NE; Kerry Barnes, 1917 30 40 Western drive SW; each fined,jpg aKHiWHIltuIwl lu 1C9CdIUI ..    _    .    C#,Q.    77    ,    ___________ nntF $10 and coots.    methods of Dreventine and mr-    Tweed    Stracke. /7, of been hinting they would provide n j afront SW 70 <> Traffic signal violation - m(I“<Pr{Renting and cur-*1109 j avenue NW, wife of Rob-;transcrint, but*not taD0, R Second street SW. Wind direction and    velocity at    k •hie, .-, Shaughnessy 3233    ng    transmissible    gastro-enten- ert Stracke died Wednesday fol transcnp,s’ but not tapeS’ 1 (iazette    weather    station    at 2    Shasta court NE; Michael    tis    and    other    enteric    diseases dino told a    iwt    uuuij    u    ^    w    ^    ^    ^    ________ We don't want a confrontation. Mont7carlol\1964 Pontiac and amended it** earlier this week Thompson is survived by his We’ve gone the last mile and we a 1973 Honda motorcycle, which and    passed it 85 to 0.    f,?re!ltS’    ,hree s,sters’ Diane can go five more days."    is    valued at $1 500     Menthe,    Oskaloosa, and Bev. White House officials have. ‘ Buo, and his wife live at 2424 A    “wanted” ad will    find    that!Pattison    and Donna Baker, both unusual item. Dial 398-8234. p m. SSE at 9 mph. Sun rises Thursday. 6:11; sun sets. 7:58. Year Ago Today — High. 66; low, 47; rainfall, trace. Traveler's Forecast Thursday ! dino and others call that unsa- Kaska, 340 Lewellen drive affectine swine It was original- ,uvvlllfc a UIJcl ,,lu,c;iS,'t Earn tisfactory. NW; each fined $15 aud costs    Iv contained in a seDarate hill    Sept. 28, 1896, in Lake Mills, she Rodino said he is confident S.lo|k7vh,mo'rtcnf'f,| K h,v,'' Of the $28,394 million. $14,202 Ij'.'t.^nce mf*"' **    th°    ful1 eomm‘ttee win ■suFPort lim,ire. 161.1 is    Rapids since 1923.    him    when the White House re- in Cleve-aues( ls faken UD fhursdav. He land school for ll years, and Schaben Disclosure: Made $262,334 in Three Years Sen. results of a quarter century of of West Union, and a brother, Les Thompson. West Union. The body will be returned to West Union where services are pending at Burnham and Wood funeral home. Bismarck Weather, Hi-Lo PtCldy 61-39 Chicago ... Fair 70-53 Cincinnati . Clear 67-49 Cleveland (’lear 57-45 Des Moines PtCldy 78-53 Detroit Fair 63-42 Indianapolis • • PtCldv 65-53 Kansas City . . PtCldy 75-50 Milwaukee PtCldv 62-46 Mpls -St. Paul PtCldv 70-50 Okla. City Fair 86-61 Omaha . PtCldy 75-40 St. Louis PtCldv 70-46 Sioux Falls PtCldv 73-48 nue NE; fined $20 and costs. million is for capital improve-    tPanhpr Faulty equipment — Danny ments at Iowa, Iowa State and , J u .V ,V *    o™, Ai!roUQw6?4nTaW<roty/nf2Unhi av* Northern Iowa universities, the!,an'd J5ah®°1 l°,r-    iwon informal aPProval Tuesday; enue SW, fined SIO and costs. {owa Brajjje an(| sicht-Savine Iso bad taug^ht in Sioux Center, from senjor members. Iowa Deaths    J\ 'the state of Washington and rn    ^candidate for his party's guber-town." he Hid. "The thing it final inlormation." bu. said Marpit    ^ f()r |h(, ^ a, Coun<.j| Fort^ Dodge.    She, and, MT a|ong ^ js california|«-*W.nomination, Wednesday,cannot show IS( the time and cf- several matters must still be DES MOINES (UPI) James Schaben iD-Dunlap a effort in business, in mv home —Police Chief— [Continued from Page I.) Decorah \. Friday at Vinton — Berenice M. Stni-e, 78 Saturday at ll at Pres-r'tcnan church. Friends may ill at Campbell's after I Ralph Ne Mississippi Staqes (Flood stages in bracket*.) Lacrosse (12) 9.4. fall .1 Lansing (18) ll, no chang* Dam 9 (18 )10.7, fall 2 McGregor (18) 13 2. fall .2 Guttenberg (15) 12, fall I Dubuque (17) 14.5, fall .1 Davenport (15) 12.9, rise . Keokuk (16) 12, rise .2 Cedar at C.R. (18) 5.50, fall .I) Degree Days Tuesday Through April 23, 1973 Percent of normal year Total normal year Coralville Lake Pool level Wednesday . 6,598 98 94 6 631 Monticello Goettsch's. Hopkinton — Victor Lamont, 59 IVi jd.t v at 1:30 at Presbyterian church. Friends may call at Goettsch's after 7 Thursday. Shellsburg — Josephine Lint, 61. Friday at 2 at Campbell’s, where friends may call after I Thursday. . Norway — Richard C. Miller, committee 82, Columbus, Ohio. Graveside services 3 p.m. Saturday at the Norway cemetery Center Point—Gary W Gilchrist, 4 months. Thursday at ll. Sacred Heart Catholic church, Walker. Murdoch’s, Marengo—Antonia Ringler, 81. Thursday at 1:30, Hoover-Valentine’s. Rebekah lodge service Wednesday at 7. Winthrop —Robert E v a n s , 23 QI, White’s, Independence. Bluffs. The remaining more than $14 million includes slightly more than $10 million for pay raises for more than 15,000 ac-a d e rn i c and non-academic personnel with the rest to meet rising operational costs above the 1974-75 appropriations to the institutions by the 1973 legislature. Dodge. She and Stracke were married May 4• bn’ T‘Verome 'waldT^ who reported that he has paid nearly fort my wife and children have decided, such as whether the 1935. She was a member of ,    ’    had    $92,000 in state and federal in-given Whatever credit the fi-'man chosen will formally ac- plenty of time to comply in the come taxes in the last three nancial statement may reflect cept the job and what his salary two months since the ‘request years on a total income of more on me must than $262,000.    them. Salem Lutheran church, Lake Mills. Surviving besides her husband be shared are a daughter, Mrs. James Phinney. Cedar Rapids; a “It's time the committee sister. Hazel Streeter. Lake, showed the same determi-Mills; a brother, Selmer Tweed nation to get the material that I .ake Mills, and three grand- the White House is showing in children    denying    it,” Waldie said. Services: 3 pm. friday in Rep, Edwards by will be. Public Improvements Commissioner Richard Phillips indicated the choice was unani- Developed by Demos ' Tthmk w< an- ah in agree- ,.    i j j- DLS MOINES (AP) — House ment " he said his various holdings.    ,    ,    .    .    mew, ne sam Democrats have developed a There were 42 applicants for In a personal financial statement, Schaben reported his in- Tax Relief Package come and taxes paid for 1971- 73. and listed the property taxes D£S MQINES (AP) paid on his various boldin— The Dunlap Democrat, who is Tuesday approved , b. •    ,    is    8ett'ng    tired    of    having    the    stocks. an identical bill with the excep- ^morial. friends may call at white House say it neods more Turner west from ll a.m. jjme cornpjje material Thursday to 2:30 p.m. friday The bill now goes to the Iowa    “    K‘“    ‘/‘""‘r *" Rep. Edwards iD-Calif.), minority leader in the senate. ^-^patC!ho, ^hlch Hearne • acant house, whoee appropriations    L    r    H    rwt,lle    supporting Rodino. said aiso listed his holdings in d Vj    frnm^^thn ? wben George MMms re- *r. i„..   J Charles Schultz. Burial: Cedar ho ic ooHintt nf houser tho    and    prescription    drugs    from    the    tired    due    to poor health tion of the $70,000 research money. (See Page IC for earlier story ) Gross Income sales tax. They say it would cut into —Oil— Continued from Page I suggests friends wish, contribute Fund. may, if they to the Heart “Maybe they Aid aco. Gulf Oil and Standard Oil of Indiana. The strong earnings caused the companies to repeat Memorial Services 37 Took Test Thirtv-seven of the applicants „......,    should start    Schaben said his gross income    state revenues by about $30.6    t00k the civil service examinable casket will not be opened;WOrking nights, as they suggest-    in the last three years was    million a year as opposed to    tjon and a ^ 0f ^ njp<? men after the ^service. The    ed    the    committee    do    when    they    $262,334.65. The highest annualj^bout $46 million under the scored highest on the test tried to make it appear we were    income    was in 1972, when he    sales tax exemption bill now in    was certjfjed to the council    by causing the delay,”    said Ed-earned;    $111,118.16. During the    a conference committee    the civil service commission, wards.    period, Schaben said he paid    charged with working out dif-    One of the nine later withdrew Meanwhile, a    high White    $80,552.49 in federal income    ferences between senate and    jjjs name from consideration; House official said that Nixon taxes and $11.310.90 in state in-house versions.    the other eight    were interviewed “has nothing to hide on those come taxes.    same    time, said Rep. jaff week. tapes" and will    not be im-    Schaben said his main assets    John Patchett (D-Iowa City), the    They are Lt. Paul Dickerson peached by the house.    are a    family-owned livestock    Package would benefit low in-    and Capt, Raymond Baker    of ontinued from Page J.) the announced purpose to which    :    Palo^cemeteryT    Visita- The official, who    preferred    auction    market in Dunlap, a 680-    come Iowans fully as much and    the Cedar Rapids police depart- 67062 suffering resulting from the *be-v ^    f°r    Hon: Teahen funeral homo not to be identified, added that acre family farm and an addi- maybe more than the sales tax ment; Larry L. Laschen, police Ma ru    war. and to give the people of Texaco and Exxon said the until lo a rn. Friday and at tin (apes conforrn f0 what the tional 400 acres of pasture and exemption measure    chief at Vernon Hills, Til.: Ml WI Mr Indo-China a chance to stand on Profits, wou,d 8° most,*v int° L Medinlsw! Hilda Caroline - President has said were his ac- farmland in Harrison county The house Democrats say the Thomas Morgan jr., a lieu-Gary Martin Randall twins a their own feet - is small in cap,tal develoPment and cxplo- Turner chapel east at 1:30 tlons.” '    Schaben    said    he    has    paid    a    package has nearly IOO percent tenant on th- Golden Valley, son and a daughter.    ’    comparison with what we have rat,on for new energy supplies> Thursday by Dr. Arnold .-There are some ambigui- total of $21,773.72 in property support rn their caucus and^ they Minn., department; Thomas Births S+ I "Ita'« committed over the years in In- Th(’ new head of ,he Federal    n^v'^'i’i    J    rSm,!,'    east    ties."    he    admitted. April 23 — T< Hopper. Hazel Usher Fri-have day at 1:30 p.m. in Palo United Methodist church by the Re v. Mabel K. Swanson. Births April 24  .„1C    vcaia    Hl The new head of the Federal Spends mav^ali arTurnc” cist lies.” he admitted, “which can tax on his land in the last three hope it will be considered Seals, chief of police at the Uni- hChina.    Energy Office, John    Sawhill,    untirIV'mThursdav. The cas-    bedead bv different    people dif-years    and $4,334.53 on his auc-    seriously by    the    conference    versify of Alabama; John S. Of David V. Scott. Marion, a "But the    potential    return    on    said hls agency would    analyze    kef will not be opened after the    ferent ways. But a    fair mind    tion company. He said his farm    committee.    Megerson. polio? instructor at a son; Richard Anderson. ITOH this ,nvestment is large in en- 0,1 profits ‘‘to st‘e if price in services    would    support the President."    property was acquired in "soy hancing the prospect of peace^ creases have led to increased Bap““tn "hurcb at 10 30 a.m. In other developments:    eral parcels” over a period of both in Indo-China    and    around    investment, especially    in drill-    Thursday by the Rev. Harry    NBC News says    an expert    many    years, and added that he    preme court ruled that a volun-    Miami. Fla., lawyer who is seethe world    ’’    ing and development    rather    Egner. Burial: Cedar Memorial,    hired by the White    House will    has a    $75,000 mortgage against    lacy confession    may    properly be    employed as a police consul- Fourth avenue SF,, a daughter; Charles Blank, Mt Vernon, a son. 30 YEARS AGO Pennsylvania arca community The su- college; Wallace N. LaPeters, a Marriage Licenses Roberta Reid, Cedar Rapids, and Larrv Carman, Spokane. Wash. Marriages Dissolved Joseph M. and Rosemarie G. Some $2,164 billion has been ,ban m mar^e,'nfi appropriated for military and economic aid to Indo-China during the current fiscal year. The assistance program will with Shah Urg es Crackdown a court-appointed (he property. Owns Stock Khalid. Brenda A. and Robert include an estimated $1,650 bit-T. Nelson. Diane M and Robert |jon for vietnami 555, minjon ZURICH. Switzerland (AP) -The Shah of Iran Wednesday urged Western governments | Wednesday to take action Friends may call at Turner west until 9 p.m. Wednesday!”®    . . .    . « . and at the church from 9 to team of electronics specialists 10:25 a.m. Thursday. The casket which concluded that a Water- wili not he opened after the gafe    wjfh    an    18^-minute,.    ..    ..    ... service. The    family suggests    ,    .    ,    ,ocord.    in five corporations,    including friends may. if they wish, con-    SaP "as ('rasM    ana    ,e    reior<1    4 290 shares of Circle    Key Insur- tribute to the    Calvary Baptist    ca.    pu NBG newsman Carl Stern and.700 shdros m Uorld said, however, that the White ^ s' Michael    gubernatorial    candidate said he did not inherit    anv of his introduced    as evidence even    tant; and Stanley P. Gushard, though the    suspect    was not ar-    regional vice-president    of the raigned promptly    as required    Nebraska International    Assn. Schaben said he owned stock by law.    for Identification. memorial fund. schemes. “My statement wi show the H. Smith, Neal R. and Bonnie J...    _    . Townsend. Janice and David    I ^ Cambodia and    $143 million    WMIprn PftVprnmAntSf    aa    u    ♦    n Rundh . Jorj L. and Harold F for Laos, the sources said.    ,    .    western    go\ernment    -^Abbott—-    House expert, Dr. Racz Robert P. and Libby E    At the same    time, Sen. W e d n e    s d a y    to take. act,on    ‘    lk Hecker of the    Stanford Re ifeslop. Janet L. and Phillip L. j Humphrey (D-Minn.) said that aga‘nst od companies using the (Continued fiom Page    search Institute, may not agree ProPcrt> or 'blain it through mnUDe'Hdns.0ShiHee and Jerry congress wants a long-range    ad-    energy crisis to make    excessive    year at the height of his career with procedures    used    by    the s P e c u a 1 1 0 n in hlgh r,s Collins. Mary Joan and Leon A ministration plan for aid    to J    Pr<0    in the 1940s.    other experts. McMains.    South    Vietnam that would in- Without such action and a In the'50s, the team faded and The Internal Revenue Service Fires    iClude    a timetable for phasing reduction of fiscal burdens on in 1957 broke up. In 1959, the In- has agreed to let the senate Wailea a.m. Tuesday. Mistaken out U. S. assistance.    petroleum imports,    producer    ternal Revenue Service audited |tergate committee    staff    see    tax alarm at 2301 J strect SW. A Humphrey amendment pro-    countries see no reason for re-    Abbott’s tax returns for eight returns and other    data from    the land’ call    at 5*501    ’d avenue    Po^g    this was adopted by the    considering their    pricing poli-    years and disallowed $1    million    personal    file    of    F.    Donald    Nixon NW.    senate    foreign relations commit-    cies, he said in    an interview    in deductions.    and    Charles    Rebozo,    the    New 3:20 a rn. Wednesday. Un- tee as an amendment to the with the influential newspaper He sold his $250,000 estate and York Times said Wednesday in known NW1*"*1 rarS nt 509 J state Apartment appropriation Neue Zuercher Zeitung.    his ranch north of the city and a story quoting well-placed aV9:33Ca.m Wednesday. Over- bill.    The Shah also said that, ex-said the government had taken sources. heated tar kettle. 716 A avenue Graham Martin, U. S. ambas- cept for Saudi Arabia, all oil- all his securities "and put a lien ______ NE-    sador    to South Vietnam, has    producing nations agree that    on everything,” leaving him Magistrate’s    Court    said in a recent interview that    there is room for    further price!    penniless. He even sold    his TV Speeding    — Clarence Wil-    South    Vietnam probably will    increases.    residual rights. hams, Walker; fined $40 and    need $3 billion in a    combination    __ ——,■««________ costs. 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