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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Television Today By Jay Sharbutt Company Aims for Syndication By Jay Sharbull NEW YOHK (AP) Politi- cal jousting Is rumored to be the sole occupation of Wash- ington, D. C. It therefore is surprising to learn there is another facet of life in the na- tion's capitol. Said facet is a limited move by Post-Newsweck Stations, Inc., a Washington Post sub- sidiary, into the cosily busi- ness of producing TV shows for syndication or possible network use. Tha company, which owns TV stations in Washington, Hartford, Conn., and Miami and Jacksonville, Fla., cur- rently is cooking up: Three hour-long black music specials. A 13-part historical series, each segment an hour, called "The American The topics range from the his- tory of presidential inaugura- tions to American propaganda during World war I. Eight specials involving various plays performed by England's Young Vic troupe, an offshoot of the National Theater company. The Young Vic's efforts aim at the teen- to-25 age group. It'll tape two 90-minute, two hour-long and four 30-minute shows for Post- Newsweek Stations, Inc., this year and the next. The man overseeing all this is Ray Hubbard, the com- pany's vice-president for pro- gramming and executive pro- ducer for all the shows. Hubbard, who'd just re- turned from London after tap- ing the first Young Vic spe- c i a 1, Moliere's said "The American Docu- ments" series already is being offered in syndication and the black music specials also will be offered soon. He said it isn't known yet how the Young Vic series will be sold: "We're talking to possible syndicators and also to companies that might buy one or more of the plays and place them themselves, either on a spot basis or ion one of the networks." Hubbard, who declined to say how much the Young Vic scries cost other than to note "it's the most expensive sin- gle propect we've ever said his company got into TV production about a year ago. He was asked why it took that step, considering the cost and risks. "Well, it's because we feel that one of the things we have to do to keep our stations operating as well as possible is to supply productions you can't buy anywhere he said. "And the Ihings we're doing are not the sort of things that normally get into syndication. We're not doing game shows, variety shows, afternoon talk Knows nothing like that." The company's production efforts, he says, has the effect of slaying two birds with one stone. It both helps his sta- (ions' programming and offers the prospect of recouping the production cost or even turn- ing a profit by selling the shows to other stations. "If I have four stations that have a specific kind of pro- gramming Hubbard theorized, "that means there are other stations in the country that automatically have the same kind of needs. "And if I can Jill my own program requirements with taste and class by adding just a bit more money, I can move it into a level where it's jemi- nently marketable. Because it solves somebody else's pro- gram problems, too." Suicide Ruled in Hazleton Man's Death HAZLETON The Buchanan county medical examiner has ruled the death of Dennis Tup- per, 22, Hazleton, found dead o a shotgun wound to the head, a suicide. Tupper's body was found early Sunday. Services will be Tuesday a at Hazleton Methodis church. Brant funeral home in Oelwein is in charge of arrange ments. "When I announced last De- ember, I was number three. Dur progress has been remark- he said, pointing out the iioux City to Dubuque bike trip as put his campaign in high ;ear. Although Mingo farmer Wil- iam Gannon, who two years igo rode a horse down the eam- iaign trail, is considered to lave the lead in the present irimary race, Rasmussen be- ieves the "June 4 (election lay) poll will show us ahead." The third candidate in the Democratic gubernatorial run- iff is state Sen. James Schaben if Dunlap. Crossing Accident If you become upset by the lisrepair of some railroad Jossings, Rasmussen is likely 'our kind of candidate. It was near Ames last week, at a crossing where the rails diagonally bisect the highway, hat Rasmussen's racer hit a lole and tossed him on the pavement. After a brief roadside respite, he climbed aboard his bike again, but after 30 minutes the soreness in his arm forced him o stop. The soreness turned oul o be a fractured radius. 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In Mv Lift 4-Edfleot Nlflfit Night 40-GlrlInMvUfe 7-Another World Hospital Is Rlaht '------.....Hospllc _ Right World 8-Prlce Is Right World World Hospital To Survive a Marriage Life To Live Gome 3-One Llle To Live Game To Survive o Marriage Game To Survive a Morrlaoe To Survive a Marriage aigning in other parts of the state for Rasmussen, and this week he is receiving help from lis twin sister from Indianapo- s. Family at Home None of his family has joine( him in the bicycle tour. "We ently held in Sigourney. Installed as new officers for he barracks were Randall Bos- veil, commander; Guy Barber, enior vice-commander; Beu- ord Thompson, junior vice- commander; John Ballensky, udge advocate; Elmer Schrader, chaplain. Chester Ulterback, quarter- master; Frank Turner, adju- anl; Eugene Roland, legislative officer; Ernest Winters, one- trustee; Floyd Maule. wo-year trustee; Roy Nilles, hree-year trustee, John Vebles and Lloyd Adams, flag learers; Charles Fairchild and lomer Meyers, color guard. Installed as new auxiliary of- 'icers were Mrs. Beryl Adams, Ethel Thompson, sen- or vice-president; Mae Barber, junior vice-president; Ithcl Loos, treasurer; Mabel rurner, secretary; Ruth Page chaplain; Lydia Wallerich, con ductress. Fannie Swartzendruber, gaurd; Fa-ne Wimmer, patriotic nstructor; Dolly Roland, histori- an; Altea Moore, color bearer one; Ruth Norris, color bearer Iwo; Maggie Schumann, color bearer three. Vera Shepherd, color bearei Four; Addie Kerkove, bannei bearer; Lillian Hagge, flai bearer; Maggie Shelby, musi dan; Blanche Keck, assistan conductress; Ethel Loos, mem bership chairman and Ell Winters, hospital chairman. Planned Pipeline To Pass Through Area Counties DETROIT (AP) A six-com- pany consortium says it will seek federal permission to build a pipeline to carry natural gas from Montana to 26 Midwest and Northeast states. T h e pipeline would pass through 11 Iowa counties includ- ing Linn county. H would enter the state from Minnesota in Kossouth county and exit near >avenpor( in Scolt county. Other Iowa counties the pipe- no would pass through are Ccrro Gordo, Bul- r, Black Hawk, Buchanan ones, Cedar, Clinton and Scott. Spokesmen for Northern iorder Pipeline Co. said appli aliens for permits to build the ipeline would be filed- Tuesday ith the Federal Power Com- lission and the rotection Agency. Construction of the line is con- ngent, however, .upon whether 10 Canadian government ap- roves an Arctic pipeline retching from Alaska to Mon ana. That line, to be owned b; larger consortium of U.S. am Canadian firms, would carry as from as-yet undevelopec gas fields. Northern Border's pipeline rould stretch from Port of Mor an, Mont., on the Canadian order, to Delmont, Pa., nea 'itlsburgh, feeding natural gas o more than 200 utilities serv ng parts of 26 states, spokes men said. Cost for the projec vas estimated at billion. The spokesmen said construe ion of the pipeline could be tarted by late 1975 with inlila eliveries in 1978 and comple ion in 1982. Mexican Envoy Commits Suicidi MEXICO CITY (AP) Jaim Torres Bodet, 70, a diploma and educator who headed the U N. Educational, Scientific an Cultural Organization from 194 to 1952, shot and killed himsel at his home Monday nighl Bodet, who was reportedly sul fering from cancer of the pros tale, left a nole saying "I prefe: to call on death myself at tin right time." If you've never used a wan ad, you've been missing a sure performer. Dial 398-8234. ie prosection and defense, in icir questioning of the two wit- esses, attempted to establish ne possible time of the murder. Original autopsy findings, ac- ording to opening statements Special Prosecutor Garry indicated the victim as killed sometime in the af- ernoon or evening of March 13. The prosecution hammered at IB theme that the building was ept locked after 5 p.m. and estrictcd to dorm residents ith keys. Unlocked Tunnel The defense countered by uestioning the students about a unnel leading from a nearby men's dormilory, which repor- edly was not locked during the ours the murder may have jeen committed. One witness for the state, Vlayor Daley Will Undergo Surgery Following Stroke CHICAGO (AP) Mayo Daley will have to undergo sur ;ery to prevent complication rom what has been diagnose as a stroke suffered last week. Frank Sullivan, the mayor1 iress secretary, said Mbnda :he surgery will be performed i ;hree or four weeks. Daley, who will be 72 Wedne day, was hospitalized a wee ago with what was said to 1 high blood pressure and a mi case of diabetes. Sullivan sa at a news conference that do tors had determined he had a fered "a small stroke." Sullivan said Daley had reco ered completely from t h stroke but said he has expe enced subsequent episodes numbness in his right hand an the right side of his face. Sullivan said Daley probab will leave the hospital som time this week to rest befor surgery. 30 YEARS AGO For th 'irst time the German high com mand declared that the Allie air offensive against the Na continent "may be regarded a the preparation for invasion. iming, Building Access Probed in Hall Trial y Ford Clark JOWA CITY The second ly of the James Hall murder al proceeded slowly Tuesday Robert Rogers, a U. of Iowa student, described himself as "a good friend of Hall's." Rogers testified lie had The Cedar Gazette: Tuea., May M. GM Hikes Price Per Vehicle DETROIT (AP) General (GM) announced Mon- ae-jday it is raising prices on its nsc proecuthn and de- companlcd HaH on a number attempting to establish to surrounding S6ajd the jncrease amounted me sequences and access to le building where Sarah tens, U. of Iowa coed, was ain March 13, 1973. jto Testifying both during the 'ternoon session Monday and jain Tuesday morning were tvo U. of I. students who dis- >vcred the body of the girl in coeducational dormitory. Seek Murder Time Questioned were lircnda mpson and George Proctor. lo "pick up girls. Area Communities He said he and Hall had gone 19 pcrcent> plus a per .vehicle increase in destination cost Cedar Rapids, Muscatine, pressures for the increases. is a plus for major options. and Davenport for this purpose. He also acknowledged that on these occasions he had in- troduced Hall as "my brother or cousin or roommate sometimes fJQVV ArChblShOP 01 as a gimmick to pick up girls." j nit. U ti C'ross examination of Rogers! G3nt8rDUry NaillBB expected! (AP) _ Queen E11. zabelh 11 Tuesday named Dr. after a late morning Another witness was Kath- erine Brown, U. of I. student from Ames, who testified she Donald Coggan, the Archbishop Canterbury. Dr. Coggan will succeed Dr. worked at the University hosp- lials five days a week with Miss Otlens- head of the Anglican "church Planned To Leave jwhen Dr. Ramsey retires on She said Miss Otlens had told Nov. 15. her the day of her death, that The appointment of Dr. Cog- gan had been expected since the Archbishop of York is the se- cond-ranking prelate in the Church of England. she planned to return to her room and pack in preparation for leaving campus. Questioning by the prosecu- tion also centered on the fact that Hall occupied a dormilory Solve your buying, renting, room which faced the building I selling or locating problems fast occupied by Miss Ottens. I with a want ad. .egislators' Role In Seminar Is Hit WELLSBURG (AP) Rep. Harold Fischer las criticized several stale leg- si a t o r s' participation in a 'lanned seminar on the ramifi- :ations of a collective bargain- ng bill for public employes. The University of Iowa law ichool is sponsoring the seminar May 24-25. Rep. Brice Oakley (R-Clin- Rep. Edgar Bittle (R-Des and Sen. John Murray are scheduled to ,ake part in the discussions Other attorneys and member of the University of Iowa law school also are scheduled t participate. "These legislative member have shown a new level of pro fessional abuse and conflict o Fischer said. "They are still drawing thei legislative salary i yet are participating a Faculty members lo explain thi recently passed labor legislation which they helped write lo othei lawyers from whom a ?40 regis ration fee has been charged." May Service SPECIAL Dehunidifier Check-up 6 95 Paris Extra A Sears Service Technician will get your Sears Dehumidifier ready for the summer use. 1. Clean condenser 2. Clean evaporator 3. 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All proceeds from the sale will be used to provide scholarships for young people interested in higher education in the vocational and practical arts field. 3938 Redbud Road NE From Center Point Rood NE, turn onto Glass Road. From Glass Road, turn right onto Redbud Road. OPEN HOUSE HOURS Tonight thru Friday! 6 to 8 P.M. Saturday! 1130 to 5 P.M, Sundayt to 6 P.M.   

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