The Herald from Jasper, Indiana on May 25, 1974 · Page 20
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The Herald from Jasper, Indiana · Page 20

Jasper, Indiana
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Saturday, May 25, 1974
Page 20
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Page 20 The Dubois County DAILY HERALD, Jasper, Ind. Saturday, May 25/ 1974 Panel Awaits Report On President's Taxes (Concluded from Page 1) The IRS said Treasury Secretary William E. Simon has referred the legal problem to Attorney General William B. vSaxbe. 14We have to resolve the basic question of the superiority of the committee’s constitutional responsibility over the specific statutory prohibition over disclosure of tax return informa- t on,” a spokesman said. In reauditing Nixon’s taxes, t e IRS said it found a big iderpayment but no evidence tax fraud. But the committee wants to : ndy the fraud question anew id from an impeachment viewpoint. On April 25, it i nnounced it would send ' ritten questions to Nixon on his taxes, but officials said that has not yet been done — apparently because of the delay in getting the tax audit and the raw papers that went into it. Kissinger In Damascus For A Vital Meeting (Concluded from Page 1) one, the official said, each point had been contested so fiercely that Kissinger was making no predictions before his meeting with Assad. Kissinger is scheduled to fly back to Israel tonight, probably late. If he can complete the agreement, it could be initialed on Monday and signed in Geneva in two or three days. The Kissinger plan for a reduction of forces in the confrontation zone has been accepted by Israeli Foreign Minister Abba Eban with a few $100,000,000,000 Metropolitan Life has become the first company to reach one hundred billion dollars of group life insurance in force. Figures like that don’t just happen. People make them happen. People like our satisfied policyholders who over the years have worked with our group representatives in planning the best coverage for their companies. Because our policyholders’ needs are always changing, we continually update plans for them. No matter how big or small. 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Kissinger attempted to repeat his success of last week when he put forward a plan that broke the major deadlock over where the controversial Golan Heights cease-fire line would be located. Since then, he has won agreement on most of the other major issues. They include the role of a United Nations force in policing the agreement, an exchange of prisoners and the form and content of the agreement itself. American and Israeli sources said that a remaining dispute over the size of the U.N. force appeared near solution. Horse Show Features Number One Stallion (Concluded from Page 1) events, and equitation classes. The Jasper show will also include events for ponies and walking horses. Horses and riders have been entered from five states including West Virginia. In addition to trophies and ribbons, over $1500 in cash prizes will be awarded at the Jasper show, a benefit for Dubois County 4-H Council projects and the Memorial Hospital Development Fund. Ticket chairmen announced that some box seats are still available and will be sold at the fairgrounds gate, along with general admission seats. Box seats are $2.50, general admission is $1.25, with children under 10 being admitted free with their parents. Corporation To Host Music Store Dealers (Concluded from Page 1) The program for the pre-show, which has the theme “Kimball Has a Better Idea,” includes product and merchandising presentations, sales seminars, tours of Kimball’s manufacturing plants, recognition banquets and special entertainment. Thomas L. Habig, president of Kimball, said he expects this year’s pre-show to be one of the biggest in the company’s history. “We have some very exciting new keyboard products and merchandising concepts to show the dealers this year,” he said. “We are confident these products and ideas will strengthen Kimball’s position as the largest piano and organ manufacturer in the United States.” The Kimball dealers will arrive at the French Lick Sheraton on Wednesday, May 29. The show itself, including products and merchandising presentations, is scheduled Thursday morning. Following the show, the dealers will be taken on buses to the Kimball Piano Assembly Plant in West Baden and the Kimball CELEBRATE SUNDAY — Five Benedictine Sisters of the Convent Immaculate Conception in Ferdinand will celebrate their 50th anniversary of religious vows on Sunday. Bishop Francis R. Shea will preside at a concelebrated Mass of thanksgiving in the convent chapel. Pictured are, front row, Sr. M. Euphrasia Rowekamp and Sr. M. Bertha Butcher; back row, Sr. M. Monica Scheu, Sr. M. Bernice Kavanaugh and Sr. Mary John Riehl. Jaworski Requests High Court Ruling (Concluded from Page 1) the subpoena. On Friday, Nixon’s lawyers appealed Sirica’s ruling to the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. An hour later Jaworski asked the Supreme Court to take the case without waiting for the intermediate appeals judges. He said it was of “imperative public importance” that the high court settle the issues before starting its summer recess, which it normally does at the end of June. In Key Biscayne, Fla., where Nixon went for the weekend, presidential counsel J. Fred Buzhardt said the President would reply to Jaworski, through his lawyers, “in a timely manner.” The next step is for the Supreme Court to say whether it will hear the case. It has full discretion what cases it will hear, and it often declines to rule on constitutional issues if it feels they are not presented squarely. There are precedents for the Supreme Court taking a case when it feels time is important before an appeals court has ruled—one involving a 1947 national coal strike, another involving President Truman’s 1952 seizure of steel mills. Electronic Division Plant in Jasper for tours. The dealers also will tour Kimball Music Center in Jasper. An awards banquet will be held Thursday evening, with entertainment provided by Jasper pianist James Birk, who is educational director for Kimball. The Friday schedule features more detailed presentations of Kimball’s new products and programs, along with sales seminars. During a dinner program Friday night the dealers and other guests will be entertained by “Truth,” a nationally noted musical group. OJIO • Jasper •Huntingburg HiâÊm ■■■ Êf "1 ™ • Loogootee rollìi" ♦TcllCi,y - Coronado C/ofltd wWt C arm SELF-CONTAINED MOBILE HOME AIR CONDITIONER • Large 32,000 BTU capacity • Cools up to 850 square feet* Telescopic duct system Attaches to present ductwork Remote control thermostat Step-by-step instructions 44-0324 $ 57995 COMPLETE! Easy to install! Do-it-yourself and save even more! Approximate areas as slv>An in the Association ot Home Appliance Manufacturers Cooimij Load Guide—square feet method Awaiting trial in the Watergate cover-up case are former Nixon associates John N. Mitchell, H. R. Haldeman, John D. Erhlichman, Charles W. Colson, Gordon Strachan, Robert C. Mardian and Kenneth W. Parkinson. Ehrlichman and Colson also are awaiting trial in connection with the break-in at the office of Daniel Ellsberg’s psychiatrist, and the President is involved in another subpoena battle in that case. Presidential lawyer James D. St. Clair declined Friday to produce information subpoenaed by defendants in the Ellsberg case for their defense. U.S. District Court Judge Gerhard A. Gesell said that might result in the charges having to be dropped, and he asked St. Clair to ask Nixon whether he understood that. Gesell also denied defense motions to dismiss charges on national security grounds or to move the trial because of massive publicity. SETS ADD GRAEBNER NEW YORK (UPI) - The New York Sets added Carole Graebner to their roster Friday, acquiring the mixed doubles competitor in a trade from the Pittsburgh Triangles. The Sets also released Beatriz Araujo of Argentina, who did not appear in any of the Sets’ matches. With the Triangles, Miss Graebner, 30, compiled a 2-4 record, both victories coming against the Sets. Manuel Santana, player-coach of the Sets, said he expects to use Miss Graebner in women’s doubles with Pam Teegarden and with himself in mixed doubles. EHMAN NAMED ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Gerry Ehman, a scout with the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League since 1971, was named director of player personnel, the club announced Friday. Ehman, a player before assuming his scouting position, will be responsible for the scouting of Canadian amateur hockey players. He succeeds Chuck Catto, who left the team earlier this month to join the new Indiana Racers of the World Hockey Association. "Your Downtown Paint and Wallpaper Center" features P ittsburgh P aints Schneider's FURNITURE Ä CARPET On The Square — Jasper

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