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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Television Today Bv Jav Shnrhnti J Public TV Beaten to the Punch NEW YORK (AP) True grief to the TV world la when four dlffcernt producers in three separate cities plan shows about two controversial and don't Initially know they aren't alone on (heir projects. But Carey Winfrey and Alvln H, Goldstein, represent- ing the public TV side of production, are fairly phllo- sophlcal about the fact that CBS and ABC have beaten them to the punch, In a man- ner of speaking. On Feb. 27, Goldstein's "The Unquiet Death of Julius and Ethel a docu- mentary, will be aired na- tionally on public TV. But tonight, ABC-TV is air- ing a made-ln-Hollywood dra- matization of the controver- sial 1951 trial of the Rosen- bergs, convicted of passing atomic secrets to the Russians and executed in 1953. On Thursday night, Win- frey's "Behind the Lines" media scries, produced, at WNET here, is taking a 60- minute look at press junkets and other possible journalistic conflicts of Interest. But CBS' "60 Minutes" did the same thing two Sundays ago, though only in a 17- minule segment that focused primarily on press junkets. Winfrey, who already ,was toiling on his project before he read of CBS' similar effort in a trade magazine, was asked how he felt when he learned of it and that CBS' version would air first. "Well, I thought it was just dumb, bad he said. "But I didn't worry about it because I knew we would do it in much greater depth." Thursday's show, he pointed out, .studies not only junkets, but also gifts, attempted bribes, -outside jobs held by newsmen, off-duty political activity and the dangers of closeness with major politicos. Goldstein, who produced Ills show for the National Public Affairs Center for Television in Washington, D.C., said he wasn't aware of ABC's Rosen- berg project when he was starting work on his own. "Obviously, I'm disappoint- ed that we weren't on the air first, because I think ours is an altogether different way of approaching the he said. However, he said he thought his 90-mlnute program would be equally Interesting, if not more so, because: It's an Investigation, not a dramatization, and includes interviews with 21 persons In- volved In the case, among them the Rosenbergs' two sons and five jurors from the 1851 trial. It studies not only the trial and executions, but also the cold war climate, in which both occurred. He said his Idea for the show came from the Water- gate hearings. "Watergate makes possible the rcexamination of the past, particularly the he said. "Here are men doing things in the name of national security and, it was no dif- ferent back then we did a lot of things in the name of national security, regardless of whether it was right or wrong. "And now, 20 years later, we ought to see why we did. them." BIG GEORGE! by Porter. "You're currylnp; this Lib stuff too Pesticide Applicator School at Kirkwood A special school for pesticideizles and strainers. Darrcll Sta- applicators Will be held Feb. Kirkwood agribusiness in- at Kirkwood Community lo discuss pesticide ege. test and calibration problems. Fire Department Credit Union Elects James E. Harris has been elected president of, the Cedar Rapids Fire Department Credil Union board of directors. Melvin E. Cook was named vice-president; Jerry V. Hruby, treasurer; William C. Bennett chairman of audit committee; David G. Clark, chairman of the credit committee. Also elected to the board were L. LaVerne Daugherty, H. Rob ert Shields, William J. Daugh erty and Lelarid F. Shaver. Television Listings 2-WMT-TV, Codar Ropids 3-KTVO, Ollumwa 4-WHBF'TV, Rock Island A-WOC-TV, Davonporl 7-KWWL-tV, Watsrioo 8-WKBT, La Crosse Cedar Rapid! 10-KROC-TV, Rochaster 12-KIIN-TV, lowaClly 13-WHO-TV, Des Moin.l Dubuquo Monday Night Wealhtr, Sots. Wild Weil News sols. Wealher, Spis. O'clock Edition Spts.. Weather spis. There's a Will Ij-dews, Weather, sels. 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Spll at NlOltl Snll Glrlll.iu.ll Brttlnn 17-Davld Suiiklnd World of gntefiomminl worn 1-foninrrnw Music Tuesday Morning Semester Ted Armstrong Semester 7-Todov Ted Armstrong 2-C8S NMs l-CSSNeWt 10-Todov 13-Todov Room Sings Zoo Revue Kangaroo Show 12-ln School Place Douglas wild 3-Ktd Power 4-Joker's Wild Place 8-Jokef't Wild 10-Dtnah's Place Street .PIdce Brothers Pyramid pyramid 7-Wlzard of Odds 9_AIIMy Children Gourmet otOdds B-Gambll otOdds 12-ln School 13-wuardorodds Squares Bunch of Lite Bunch 4-Loveof Lite Squares 8-Love of Life Sauares Squares DunCh no and Restless 4_Youna onri Restless and Restless Ip-Jochpot ill-Jackpot 11130 7-Ballle Second ,1-Jnlll Second second Tuesday Afternoon I- l.hlldi ond Country 7_Three on a Match Let's Moke a Deal the World Turns, (he Word Turns Ihe World Turns on d Match 8-As the World Turns Match Company Make a Deal 7-DoysQf Lives Game Light wed Game 4-Guldlna Light of Lives Lie hi or Lives School Game 9-GlrltnMvLlfe 2-Edqeo( Night GIN In My Life 4-Edoe of Night of Night World Hospital Is Right Hospital Is Right World 8-Prlce Is Right World World Hospital To Survive a Marriage 9-onc Lite lo Live Game Lite lo Live Game To Survive a Marriage Gome To Survive o Marriage To Survive a Morrlaoe 40-One Lllc to Llv> 7-Sccrel Storm American Stvle Storm American Style Douglas Storm Supervision American Style My Line? t-Gllllpan's Island Mnx My Children lor Women Only 13-Floppy Trek lor Women Only 4-Blo Volley Jennnle 8-slar Trek '-Bewitched Make Deal o--Merv Grmin street J- Conwnuencen 4-Glllloon'i lilnnr 8-Conicn.iiencfli 40-AI1C News Eytiwllneu Nfl 3-cnr, ARC Nawi 4-CUSNowi J-NHC New) Cypriots Mourn Champion Of Independence Grivas UMASSOL, Cyprus Thousands of Orvvk (Jypriols fathered outside a humble I house in Ijinass'il Monday !pay their respects to Gen jliMJfjc Grivas, guerilla hero ol i s t r u g g I e I the British died! 'Sutiiiay of a heart attack. <'odi; name during the war against Ihe British in Ihe late 1950s. Orivas died and lay in state when.Je led (Irivas' asides, in their an- The Cedar Rapids Gazette: iMon.. Jan. 28, 1974 Soviet Missile Tests Reported by Pentagon WASHINGTON Soviet Union tested a new intercontinental missile with multiple warheads for the first time Friday and Saturday, a Pentagon spokesman said Sect' Floods Australia BRISBANE, Australia (AP) -Aircraft pilots reported Sunday that the Gulf of Carpentaria and five major river systems swollen by record rains have merged into an inland sea 200 The body of the frail, 74-year- ;miunccmcnl Sunday night of his The missile, the SSX-19, is one of the four new ICBMs with 1 miles wide. About 700 people driven by floods from 17 suburbs were lohi soldier who two years 1 launched a new guerilla h's successor, and imenl to tight for Knosis. union :hls EOKA struggle said before he died advanced "MIRV" capability being accommodated in cmcr- jwith firi'iiW, lay on a simple I iron jlircck flag and banked with flor- wreaths, Ignoring the underground war lie had been waging since 1071 to overthrow President Mukarios, the Greek govern- ment hiiilcd Grivas as a na- tional hern. And while Ma- karios had no immediate comment nn Ihe death of his "Id comrade and recent hitter fuc, all Greek Cyprlot schools for Knosis would continue. But or sending warheads to inde- pendent targets. Hie new Soviet mourning. with was divided over whc- "ther the small hand of gueril- las-estimated at only a few hundred survive without the old general's dedi- cated leadership and mystique. Grivas, a native Cyprlot and an officer in the (ireck army, became a legend for his leader- ship of the original EOKA under- ground that fought the British occupation from 1955 to 1959. Grivas was the military lead- ,cr of the struggle, Archbishop yS IMakarios the political and spir- jitual leader. But Grivas broke missiles have caused the Pen- j port were closed, agon a certain amount of con- Brisbane, a city of has ern over the last several had 32 inches of rain this month months. land more is forecast. As the crowd jostled lo file past the body, students kept up constant chant of "Enosis" with Hie archbishop when the latter agreed to independence without Enosis because Turkey and "Dighcnis is not to go to war against spirit lives." Dighcnis was his {Greece to block it. Several experts from colleges, universities and businesses will appear on the program, accord- ng to Allen Peterson, coordina- :or of agribusiness and natural resources at Kirkwood. Peterson said the school is designed for anyone who applies chemicals, but in particular for )esticide dealers and their cm- )loyes. New federal regulations effec- tive in 1976 will require licens- ing of all individuals engaged in sale, handling or application of specified pesticides. The (uition for the full school is per person. Those inter- ested in attending only for a single day may register for a fee. Pre-registration by mail i: encouraged. Checks should be payable to Kirkwood Communi- ty college and addressed to: Allen Peterson, Community Education Division, Kirkwooc Community college, 6301 Kirk- wood boulevard SW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52406. The school schedule: Feb. 5 Registration begin- ning at 1 p.m. in the horticul- ture operation center. Steve Ryan, Iowa State university ex- tension service, to discuss laws and regulations at Dick Davis, farm supply instructor at Kirkwood, to discuss pesticide terms. 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Naval academy nominees arc Samuel Almond, jr., 104 Brent- wood drive NE, and Steve Til- ton, Anamosa. Nominated for West Point are Joel Johnson ol Vinton; Kent Morgan of Stan- ley, and Daniel Ryherd of El- kader. Air force academy nominees include Mitchell Christ of Solon Altogether, the names of 29 lowans have been submitted for consideration. Small Business Unit Head C. I. Moyer Dies KANSAS CITY (AP) C. I. Moyer, C9, regional director ol the Small Business Administra- tion died Sunday at a Kansas City hospital after -a short illness. Moyer was director of SBA activities in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa and Nebraska. VISIT YOUR PROFESSIONAL FLORIST AND ESTABLISH A CONVENIENT CHARGE ACCOUNT. NOVOTNY Flowers, R.R. 1, Ceriar Rapids, 365-1151 TOMAN Florist Gin Shop, 615 Center Point Rd. 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