Cedar Rapids Gazette, January 5, 1974, Page 16

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January 05, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa A The (’cda*’ Rapids Gazette: Sat., Jan. 5, 1974 Watergate, Tight Money Plague Republicans Seeking Reagan's Job White House were considered possible gubernatorial candidates. But the field for next June's GOP primary could be nar- aide Lyn Nofziger. quit last week after he and Reinecke publicly announced they had irreconcilable differences over how the campaign should be run. Nofziger, a veteran of California politics, said GOP prospects next fall depend on a number of factors, including how badly Democrats are split in their own wide-open June primary for governor. He added, “lf you're in the By Bill Stall    I    John Mitchell gave conflicting! cr, former SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP)-| testimony to a senate commit-Watergate, intraparty intrigue t tee about knowledge of ITT’! and tight campaign money are I offer to underwrite the 1972 Re-plaguing California Republicans publican national convention. as they seek a winning can- The special Watergate prosecu-didate to succeed Gov. Ronald tor’s office is investigating pos-Reagan.    sible perjury. At one point, at least five    Split    with Manager Republicans were considered Any development from Washington that would cripple Rein-ecke’s candidacy would leave California conservatives without rowed to two — Lt. Gov. Ed!3 major candidate for governor.;middle of impeachment pro-Reinecke and state Controller *^ourn°y» a former college pro- ceedings in Washington next Oc-Houston Flournoy, both formal-1fessor and state legislator, is tober, I suppose the whole Re-Iv announced The filing dead- considered a moderate.    publican party all over the line is March f?    *    Reinecke’s campaign manag- country will be devastated." Intrigue The intrigue involves efforts of a small group of influential! Reagan backers to inject a new candidate into the campaign. thr!ftTd! WASHINGTON (UPI) - De-lines, a move airline officials thp ftrct timp RMffnn h!jspite the Jet fuel shorta8e and predicted would force 25,000 ® flight cutbacks, the nation’s air- layoffs and a cutback of 3,000 lines carried more than 200 mil-; flights. Last week, the government Television Listings t—KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapid* 2—WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 7—KWWL-TV, Waterloo 12—KIIN-TV, Iowa City 3—KTVO, Ottumwa 4—WH BF;-TY, Rock Island b—WOC TV, Davenport 8—WKBT, La Crosse tO—KROC-TV, Rochester [ 3—WHO-TV, Des Moines 40—Dubuque Airlines Report Growth Despite Fuel Shortages came governor on Jan. 2,1967. Six months ago, Atty. Gen.,,. Da„spnpprs in iq7o _ 5 npr_ Evelle Younger 55 was consid-    ’ a !!! ii* !: v cent increase over the year be- scaled down the size of the jet ered a sure bet to run. Now, ,___ ..    ..    »,    .    ,    .    ,    ,    „    .    ..    .    J Saturday Night 6:00 ♦—Bing Crosby Coll 2—Ariton News J News Weather, .Sol*. I? i oik Guitar J Bino Crosby Golf 4 I o* r ertce Welk. 6 Movie ••Fall Safe" 8 lawreiueWelk IO—News, Wealhei, Sots. 13—News, Wealhei Spts. 40—Bing C rosby Golf 6:30 2 Hollywood Squores 7- Wild Kingdom 12 World of Animals IO Victory of Sea 13—Inside Iowa 7:00 ♦ -ABC News Close-Up ? All In Family 7—Emet gency 17 -Family Classics .I ABC News Close Up 4- All irs Family 8 All In Family IO Emergency IJ—Emergency 40—ABC News Close up 7:30 2—M*A*S*H 12— Kup's Show 4 AA • A • S * M 8 8:00 ♦—Grift 7 Mary Tyler Moot e I NIU Saturday Movie "Number One" .1- Grift 4 Mary Tyler Moore 6 NEU Saturday Movie 'N umbel one" 8 Mary Tyler Moore IO NBC Saturday Movie "Number One" 13 NBC Saturday Movie— "Number One" 40—Gi Iff 8:30 2—Bob N ewhart 4—Bob Newhai I 8 Bob Newhart 9:00 ♦—Lawrence Welk 2—Carol Burnett I.-Century theater Lawrence Welk 4—Carol Burnett 8 Carol Burnett 40—To Be Announced 10:00 ♦—Eyewitness News 2 Action News 7 News, Weather, Spts. 12— Chanese Way 3—ABC News 4 News. Weathei sots. t lo O’l i'1!k i aition 8 News, Weather, Sots. IO News Weather, Sot*. 13 News Weathei, Sots. 40 Newsline 10:15 1 News Weather, Spts. 10:30 ♦—Movie — Man in the Middle" 2 Movie • Saratoga Trunk" 7 Movie "Dayton's Devils" 12 The Prisoner J Jimmy Stewart t lim Festival 4—UFO 6— Moviedom Tables of I ove" 8 Movie— "The Racers" IO Movie "Aiaeoline Nights" 13—Tomohl 40—Movie 11:30 12—Sherloik Holmes 4—Outer Limits 12:00 ♦—Wide world of Entertainment IO Prisoner 12:30 2—Evil Touch Agency Claims Executives Pay For Extra Fat Amana Water Rates Up, Electric Down (UPI) - The DES MOINES Iowa NEW YORK (AP) - Eat men    “amerce    commission don’t fare well in landing Knda>' authorized an increase Younger save ifs a toss-unIfore* the Air TransPort Assn fuel cut and allowed the airlines whether he will seek the gover-r^^ said Thursday.    to get 95 percent of the jet fuel    higher-paying executive jobs,!*11 uater rate- *)Ut a decrease in norship or run for a second    **me    s*at,.c    ...... ...;h according to a survey by an electric lutes for the Amana So aiio^ | employment agency the spec-!ciety Service C°- scu in i xtu,.    'icco rd in I to term as attorney general.    no    u    s-    airl>ne?    were    hijacked-!    Many    of the airlines said the tl0c f 1 Owner Plans To    fET*, Move of Buried Pets Bi9 Automobiles PORTLAND, Ore. (AU) Younger told 'newsmen the Between 1968. and 1971, hijack-    n™    allocations    would chief factors are the spinoffs of tags averaged 29 a year.    thom    10    review    some of metalizes rn placing executives. Watergate, adding that any Re- Airline accidents claimed 203 publican who thinks Watergate hves in 1973. In 1972. the total will have no impact on the 1974 was 190- But the ATA said 1973 state election is foolish.    ™    ^u*1™    ,,~r    -----........y:~.....—, r—-.......“    *    rate    schedule would provide a Raising the money needed lo •» which tho passenger fatality Inst two months of the year disco avenue agency with -cneauiewouia provide a wage an effective campaign will rate per IOO miles flown was was seriously affected by the branches in 43 American cities. J; - a 1 cola below LO.    cutbacks.    A    survey    conducted by a p    compar}. In its order, the commission planned layoffs and flight cut- An overweight person may be sa*d the water rate increase backs.    losing as much as $1,000 a year:"0 1. t0,al $29,317,    and set the But    the    ATA said “airline    for every pound of fat, said|e __.c ra*e drop at    $30,380. The was the 22nd consecutive year    I faff ic    and    capacity growth in    Robert Half, president of a Ma I commission said the revised be exceedingly difficult, said below 1.0. Younger. Many big GOP cam- For the 12-month period paign donors simply have decid- endinjr sept. 30, the airline toed to contribute nothing, he dustrv sh()Wed a net profit of said. The betting now is that Younger will take the safe course and seek re-election. survey By the end of the year, “the dozen of Half’s ;airlines had been required be-1showed: cause of the energy crisis to Among executives by branches j The ICC entered the case when a customer complained in the! that the electric operations of OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (AP) “They promised me ii would be permanent. I paid enough price for a permanent place, and if they try to move my doggies, they’ll have a light on their hands.’’ Leona Lawson is one of doz-ns of Oklahoma City residents saddened and angry at the sale of the Avalon Pet cemetery. The new owner says persons with pets buried there will have uiv-til July to move the remains at their own expense. No Intention Walter E. Hume sold the cemetery to Bill Higginbotham, who said he has no intention of operating a pet cemetery. Higginbotham said he wanted the land ‘to go with some more land I’m putting together-’ alongside an expressway. Hume said: “I never made my promises except that we planned to operate it only as a pct cemetery as long as we owned the property. “I haven’t misled anyone. It continued to be a pet cemetery as long as I had the property and what happens now is not my problem ...” The cemetery is only about 200 by 150 feet in size but is part of a six-acre tract Hume sold to Higginbotham. It is located in a mainly residential area in the southeast section of the city. 1,500 Buried whole thing inside out before buying the property, and I don’t think there really is any requirement, hut I thought I’d give people a chance to move their animals if they want to.” Ile added that he would not reimburse any owners for the cost of removal. Turner: Gov. Ray Some car owners here are apparently using their last drops of gasoline to set tire to their cars. The Portland fire bureau said it has received increased reports of car fires, “particularly in large, late-model cars with large engines and low gasoline mileage.    » “Early appraisals indicate the car fire increase is related to .    I    the shortage of gasoline,” Chief Lacks Authority Janus R i ope I Ie said Wednesday. T *    £    i    The bureau is ready to present I o Lower opeed t0 the district attorney’s office DES MOINES (UPI) - (lov. UK vases of two> of J"™ ‘l Robert D. Ray soul Friday he J*'"™* were. et "^l.ly. ,    -X. I It is investigating tile Diners. will have to comply with Iowa,1    h    ,    .    , . Attorney General Richard The bureau’s chief investiga-Turner’s opinion which said the f()r ( aPl> ,lolm I'arber, said two governor lacks authority to 1974 cars had burned in ie lower speed limits on state previous two days, one with a roads    price tag of more than $6,000. Ile said more than IO such fires iliad been reported in the previ- Riopelle said accidental fires, as well as incendiary fires, have increased “because people are now carrying extra supplies of Draft Effort An effort by some key Reagan supporters to draft Health. Education and Welfare Secretary Caspar Weinberger has failed. And. it now appears that former presidential counselor Robert Finch. 48, will not run for governor either. While Finch has never been implicated in Watergate in any fashion, sources close to him consider his long-time association with President Nixon a handicap. Finch also is concerned that the nation's economic problems will rub off on Republicans as an issue during 1974. Reagan Neutral Reagan says he has been neutral in the intraparty scramble for his job. So have most of his supporters and advisers, he says. But several important Republicans closely identified with Reagan have made no secret of their apprehension about Reinecke’s prospects of winning in 1974 even though he once was considered the unofficial GOF heir apparent to Reagan. The main concern now is where an investigation of the International Telephone and Telegraph Co. scandal might lead. Reinecke and former Atty. Gen. Road Reports The following numbers may be called for up-to-date highway conditions: Cedar Rapids . (319) 366-1884 Atlantic (712) 243-4892 Belmond (515) 444-5288 Cedar Falls .... (319) 266-7575 Denison (712) 263-4880 Des Moines (515) 288-1047 Fairfield (515) 472-3194 Maquoketa (319) 652-2434 Storm Lake (712) 732-1563 Phone 364-0213 for F-A-S-T APPLIANCE SERVICE eliminate some 1.500 daily de-    $25.000-$50.000 salary range,    the Amana company were properties,” the ATA said.    nine percent were more than IO    viding an excessive rate of re- But the ATA said the cutbacks j pounds overweight;    j*urn\    A    commission    investiga- and fuel conservation measures In the $10.000-$20,000 executive ^cn indicated that while the re-The    government    originally or-    by the airlines had resulted in    range, 39 percent were more    turn on the electric operation dered    a    25    percent    cutback    in    savings of more than I billion    than IO pounds heavier than the|aPPeared to be high, the earned $226 million, compared to $196 million for the same period in 1972. jet fuel allocation for the air- gallons of fuel in 1973. Qbs^s—:Believe standards of normal weight es- return on the water operation tablished by insurance compa- was too low. nies.    The    company    proposed    a    65 Half attributed the finding to percent increase in water rates a prejudice against the over- and 12 percent decrease in elec-weight and what he held to be a I trie rates, but the commission false belief that they are not as adjusted those figures slightly, good workers as slim persons. J — The overweight, Half said, are unfairly stereotyped as slow, sloppy, inefficient and overindulgent. When important, high-paying jobs are at stake and candidates are under close scrutiny, the overweight are less likely to be hired or promoted into them, he said. Half, who is 5-10 and weighs 1150 pounds, said his agencies frequently are asked specifically for slim job candidates, but remembers only one company in 25 years that wanted a plump executive. The company was a maker of outsize apparel. Ray said he asked Turner for a ruling as a “way of develop-^ ^ weeks mg alternatives to prevent the state from losing up to $70 million in federal highway funds. The issue arose after Pres-idont Nixon signed legislation |ga3oline wlth them in thelr vehj authorizing the states to drop (ljes speed limits to 55 miles an j    ,    ,    . u j    f    A    person    who    deliberately    sets hour under threat of losing fed- 'J    (..|r    .(s    a era! highway funding    misdcmca„0r.    wanton    burning. Ray said he wanted » know lf    0(|u,r he had the ,x,wer to lower the    or    |hp speed limits in case the egis a- [vj||' ^ J    „    Rj    ,,e ture could not agree on legisla- s nf| tion within the 60-day time limit    ’    .    ,    .    . set by the federal legislation. ^ an insurance claim is made “I’m not saying they won’t be 011 an incendiary fire, the qucs-able to agree but we are faced t,on of fc,ony Prosecution for Higginbotham quoted Hume w;th a verv serious joss 0f funds fryud comes into play.” he said. as saying 1,500 animals were here and we wanted to examine buried at Avalon. The cemetery ,, alternatives ” Rav caid “We 20 YEARS AGO - The stale was opened in 1950.    "‘J* bp foo|^ m (0 r. ' .department said it had started Mrs. Lawson said Wednesday Th eovernor n0ted that the Informal discussions with the she has flee dog*.buried at    ^dv    commWee    Chinese    communists    lo    deter- Avalon She said she paid $35. ^ (he )48islatur« passed a rec- mine whether a formula for each tor Hie first two btJ"als- Ommendation Thursday calling ^resuming Korean peace talks S50 each for the next two “and    ,    .    „    '    could    b(,    ,ound the price had gone up to $100 for 10 . ™ l w< r sptra 1    .------— the last one. in April ”    I The>' ?PP?ar ™ *he,r wa> ,0 Higginbotham said he planned jlowcr’"gthe ltmi1' Ra^ald to notifv persons who have pets 4 TW APPS I jTyTj CQLWCjO 7b »t m"1 buried there “and give them six months to move the pets. “I had my attorney cheek this GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS For News, Sport*, Bookkeeping, Central Information and Offites Hot Listed Below Call .......................... 398    1711 Circulation Subscription Dept  398 8333 Mon. thru Sot Bom to 7 p rn. 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