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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Quizzing on Taxes Urged 2A The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Thins.. April 25, 1974 Donald Kuhn Is Selected m ^    f    V    (Continued    from    Page    I.) whether there was criminal tax ^iS • IX* /\0Of//OA" Of I ©Off poundment of funds appropri- /raU(* in th® preparation of Nix- hv ^nnavpcc tho Hicm-in on s returns from 1969 through Donald E. Kuhn, a past pres-’the skills we used to know and ‘1    £ICSS>    «in ^    ,    ,    , R ident of the Cedar Rapids Board take for granted - good car-ltling of the office of Economic,19/2 for which the Merna]I Rev- of Realtors and active in civic pentry, good electrical work. Opportunity, and, conditionally, ^nue Service has assessed affairs, Wednesday night was good cement work, good plumb-!the secret bombing of Cam- ,™"    .    ,.    , „ . named Realtor of the Year. ing,” Sandage said.    bodia    .u    f    -th.c    -°. ... ..    .    .    -    .    .    .    ,    ,    the    congressional    joint    commit- Kuhn shared the spotlight at    .Life    B,ood.    A    final    decision    on the bomb- ,ee Qn *ternal revJenue ,axation the Realtor week awards and    mg    charges    is    to    be made after , after revjcwi Njx. recognition night with 16 Cedar lIJe die“ education, san rciease 0f a senate arme(j ser- L . rpt„rnc for thnJ? vpnrs Rapids high school seniors who u'rm^d course work and vices committee hearing record ... . f , mi-oui/wL nf by the In the area of education, Sandage termed course work and other educational programs “the life blood of our profession.” “If you are doing business this year the same way you did it last year, you are obsolete, vices on the issue. that they found no evidence of fraud on Nixon’s part. 11 r, Hughes    Suggests    Questions If accepted by the committee I Tho judicj committec staff the recommendation wouldisuggested tha( (o facilitate this were    presented    plaques Jerry Cox, president of board. The    plaques were in recognition,    Cox said,    of the young men’s outstanding achievement and craftsmanship in construction of a complete house. The tmuinS ,hin^ we aon 1 ininK|uuuumcmc»y «»«!«« « -**-«■ Nixon for his written replies, seniors, who were guests at the ^me *n business’ is abel to aid its investigation. ^ sta^ report disclosed for banquet, are putting the finish- necessarily a measure of im- That would include Watergate the first time that it is inquiring ing touches on the house, approvement any more.”    and its aftermath, the settle- into a $100,000 political contribu- year-long credit project in voca-    Had    Farmed    ment    of an anti-trust case tion by Howard Hughes and a tional    education    underwritten    T.-. u    ..j:...,    against    ITT, political contrib!!- $200,000 contribution by Robert in response to them,” the committee staff said. Rodino said no items are being completely eliminated from the inquiry, lf evidence relating to those laid aside should turn up later, he said, I they could be reactivated. However, only those allegations the staff feels can be supported by documentary evidence will be presented to the committee when it starts receiv-in evidence on May 7, Rodino said. Linn Grand Jury Indicts C.R. Pair ling; Howard Junior Sampson,    Walking    Tours 'breaking and entering, and Carl NEW YORK (UPI) — Mayor Cortez,agoing armed with intent Abg Beame pians walking tours to use a weapon unlawfully. Qf Manhat(an.s Iower East side Dismissed by a no bul was a    ...    ., charge of robbery against Ange- intended to pr I la Gay Love.    J    streets are safe. Sandage told the 175 Realtors focus the impeachment inquiryi t of fhe inquiry a series of and guests. “Education is a con- on areas where the staff believe questions should be submitted to We don’t think documentary evidence is avail-1 NiYnn fnr hi<! writtpn rpnliAS that ‘time in the business’ is abel to aid its investigation. by the Board of Realtors. State President Kuhn was outstanding young; tjons by the dairy industry, IIow-farmer in Winneshiek county in 'ar(j Hughes and Robert Vesco; 1955 before he entered the real and Nixon’s income taxes. Vesco. “The purpose of this inquiry is to determine the extent, if ‘The board considers it a fine astate profession. He was the jn connection with the taxes, any, of presidential responsi- project and we’ve been im- charter president of theFriday|Ble staff recommended that the' bility for unlawful campaign pressed at the caliber of young ^ 0 r n 1 n & Breakfast Optimist committee conduct its own in-contributions and illegal or im- men who have participated,” c^ub. f°rrner dir*ect°r of the Boy vest igati0n to determine proper executive branch action Scouts, past president of the Hawkeye Toastmasters club and * a lector at St. Ludmila’s church. Kuhn has served on virtually every committee of the Cedar Cedar Rapids Emergency    Numbers Ambulance.........366-7654 LB.I..........402/348-1210 fire............... 398 5343 Highway Patrol____ 364-5171 After Hours...... 363-5629 Police............. 398-5353 Sheriff.............398-3521 Medical Society    ____365-2527 (lf you hav* no phyjician) Foundation ll .......362-2174 (Crifis help, I p.m.-midnight) (Clip and carry in your billfold) The Linn county grand jury returned indictments Wednesday against two Cedar Rapids residents in connection with a robbery, but delayed action on the robbery charge itself. Richard Foster, 19, and Wallace Madden, 24, were named in indictments charging carrying a I concealed weapon and possession of marijuana. They had been bound over to the grand jury on those charges! and on a robbery charge in connection 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 grands jury . * * * The jury returned three other indictments and one no bill. The following were indicted on these charges: William McNeil, drunk driv- Friday Night weem Two complete Jumbo SHRIMP DINNERS . . .Even your Coffee! Two complete Flame Top Sirloin STEAK DINNERS . . .Even your coffee! Appearing Nightly except Friday Mary Pike at the piano bar 310 TH|RD AVE. S.E., POO JVI DOWNTOWN (Mr A UTU KI Him) TELEPHONE 362-8679 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 community development project.” “I fear that for too long we have ignored the development of Rapids board «.nd on numerous committees of the Iowa Assn.j He is currently a vice-president of the state association and is a member of the equal rights and the membership committees of the Cedar Rapids board. * * * The 16 students from Jefferson, Washington and Kennedy j also surprised the audience with an award of their own. They presented a plaque to Dave Rosenberg, Cedar Rapids teacher who is project director for the student-built house program. Magistrate Court Anamosa Man Pleads Guilty to Charge Philip Smith, Anamosa, pled guilty Wednesday in magistrate’s court to a charge of pos-! j session of a controlled substance. Sentencing was deferred until Oct. 24. He was charged with possession of marijuana April 16. —Corn Cobs— (Continued from Page I.) end a sentence with a preposition. Brinck insisted Iowa State should be given the one-fifty tfiou . . . , 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 ID-Thorn-burg). But Brockett and Reps. Del-wyn Stromer (R-Garner) and Donald Lippold (R-Waterloo) noted “no”. 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 lost on    _______ a 3-3 tie vote and Iowa State won t get the one-fifty thou Hiawatha Man Held . which it wasn’t expect- To Linn Grand Jur mg or even asking for rn the    ' first place, to research corn Michael McAlerney, Hia-cobs for energy purposes. 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