Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 24, 1974, Page 8

Cedar Rapids Gazette

May 24, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 8 The Cedar Rapids Gazette:    Kri.,    May    24.    1974 I derision I odd) Bv Jav Hiarbutt Albert Vote Passes Debt Hike, 191-190 'Chrome-Plated Nightmare' NEW YORK (AP) - This Sunday night, ABC-TV is offering a two-hour tape replay of the day’s Indianapolis 500. an event some consider a motorized loony display and others a legitimate sports contest. But come Monday night, the Public Broadcasting Service will offer a far broader look at motor mania with “The Chrome-Plated Nightmare", a one-hour study of America's long love affair with the automobile. Those who survive Memorial day traffic might check out this show, though they're herewith warned it is uneven, gabby to a fault and never asks Detroit auto moguls to explain themselves or their wares. As its title suggests, the program is pretty much of a raspberry directed primarily at the raised - fin. chrome -crazy, power-mad golden era of happy motoring—the mid-1950s to 1970. * * * It’s a generally predictable inspection of the attitudes that led to that automotive mess, starting with the obligatory pilgrimage to Los Angeles, where the car is rumored to be king. But there are some fine segments tha toffer considerable fuel for thought, particularly producer-narrator Bill Stewart’s sporadic use of old auto show newsreels and commercials to make his point. One of the latter is a classic piece of pop art that seems awfully silly in this day of relatively sober, gasconscious motoring. It’s a cartoon of a car snoozing at dawn at a deserted race track. "The 1969 Plymouth GTN.” breaths the announcer, "can devour anything in its path." And for one minute the snoring gradually becomes a snarling roar, the car’s features contort, and exhaust flames spout. Another fascinating segment: An advertising man explaining the selling of another would-be mean street machine. the Pontiac CITO, with heavy-handed appeals to the youth culture and large-scale pop promotion in songs by such worthies as "The Tigers" and "Bonny and the Day-tonas". ♦ * * There also are unexpected words by Carroll Shelby, whose credentials as a racing driver and engineer are without question. "I don’t think that racing actually improves the breed of the average American passenger car," says the heretical Texan. “As far as I'm concerned, racing is a sport." (kl Detroit's legacy of big cars and massive motors, Shelby says: "B’s time that we realize we don't need all these monstrosities in this country and I think if they (auto makers) don't learn to respond, then somebody is going to respond for them." Alas, these moments are too few. The show sputters to a close with a limp suggestion by auto critic John Jerome that less driving by more people is the only way we ll save our world from ruin. It’s doubtful that’ll happen. Perhaps the only hope lies in passing a federal law based on what George Gobel said once happened to him when he was out tooling around in his big, prestigious machine. A cop arrested him. he griped, "for driving with a haughty expression." national debt ceiling I mj||i„n _ |hp , billion to a total of $49o Television Listings 9—KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids 2—WMT-TV, Cedar Roptds 7-KWWL-TV, Waterloo 3—KTVO, Ottumwa 4—WHBF-TV, Rock Island 6—WOC-TV, Davenport 8—WKBT, La Crosse 10—KROC-TV, Rochester 12—KIIN-TV, Iowa City 13—WHO-TV, Des Moines 40-KDUB, Dubuque Friday Night 6:00 3—A ie A a Aes* 2—Ac or" ***** 7—Mew*, am mer, Sots. Sterner Sots. 4—Mtwv AM’Per Sots 4—« O C o<« Edition 1—Ne**. Sots WMther •?_N*ws Aeotn«r. Sots. 11—Cnee* ana Moi* 13—Eve*.mess N**s 40—Nashville Music ^l’2—Untosy Rider 6:30 2—To Tell Truth 7—He* Haw 3—Prlc* is Right 4—Wlid Wild W*st 6—Hollywood Sauares •-Dirty Solly IO—Dusty S Troll 12—Love Tennis 13—Hee How 40—Cor and Track 700 9—Brody Bunch 2—Dirty Solly 3—Brady Bunch 6—Sanford and Son 8—Lawrence Weik 10—Sanford and Son 12—Washington Week iQion w Bunch 40—Brady 7:30 9—Six Million Donor Man 2—Good Times 7—Lotso Luck 3—Six Million Dollar Mon 4—Good Times 6— Lotsq Luck 10—Lotso Luck 12-Wall Street Week 13— Lotto Luck 40-Six Million Dollar Mon 8:00 2—CBS Movies— ' Coffee, Teo or Me?”, “Young Love' 7—Girl With Something E xtra 4—CBS Movies— “Coffee, Teo or Me7". “Young Love'* 6—Girl With Something Extra 1—CBS Movies— “Coffee, Tea or Me?", “Young Love ' IO—Girl With Something Extra 12—Masterpiece Theater 13—Girl With Something Extra 8:30    , 9—Odd Couple 7—Brian Keith 3-Odd Couple 6—Brian Keith IO—Brlon Keith 13—Brian Keith 40—Odd Couple 9:00 9—Toma 7—Deon Martin 3—Tome 6—Deun Martin 10—Dean Martin 12—Prisoner 13—Dean Mortln 40—Toma 10:00 9—Eyewitness News 2—Action News 7—News, Weofher, Spts. 3—Newsbeot 4—News, Weather. Sots 6-10 O'Clock Edition 8—News, Spts , Weather 10—News, Weather, Sots 12—Day at Night 13—Eyewitness News 40—Newsline 10:30 9—Creature Feature— • Tomb of Ligeia" 2—Movie— “Bridges Over Toko-RI" 7—Tonight 3—Wide World of Entertainment 4—Wild Wild West 6—Tonight •-CBS Movie • McLlntock" IO—Tonight 12 —Life Adventures 13—Tonight 40—Wide World Of Ent*rtdinm*nt -3§ r 4—Rock Conceit 12:09 9—C'eamre Feo’ur#— Curs* of rn* S’or* Hood ' 2—LOS* A Ord 7—V.dnignt Spec al Midnight Soeool 10—Midnight Special 13—Midnight Special 1:00 4—Country Music Saturday Morning 6:30 2—Summer Semester 8—Summer Semester 13—Agriculture 7:00 9—Bugs Bunny 2—Hair Bear Bunch 7—Lidsvllle 3—Bugs Bunny 4—Hair Bear Bunch 6— Lidsvllle 8—Hair Bear Bunch 10—Lidsvllle 13—Lidsvllle 40—Bugs Bunny 7:30 9—Yogi s Gang 2—Sabrina 7—Addoms Family 3—Yogi s Gong 4—Sofar Ina 6—Addams Family 8—Sabrina 10—Addams Family 13—Addoms Family 40—Yogi'S Gang 8:00 9 -Super Friends 2—Scoobv-Ooo 7—Emergency 3—Super Friends 4—Scooby-Doo 6—Emergency •—ScoobvDoo IO—Emergency 13—Emergency 40—Super Friends 8:30 7 —Inch High 6—Inch High IO—Inch High 13—Inch High 9:00 9—Lassie 2—Favorite Martians 7—Sigmund 3—Lassie 4—Favorite Martians 4—Sigmund 1—Favorite Martians 10—Slgrnund 13—Sigmund 40—Lassie 9:30 9—Goober 2—Jeonnte 7—Pink Panther 3—Goober 4—Jeonnie 6—Pink Panther 8—Jeannle IO—Pink Panther 13—Pink Panther 40—Goober 10:00 9—Brady Kids 2—Speed Buggy 7—Star Trek 3—Brady Kids 4—Speed Buggy 6—Star Trek 8—Speed Buggy IO—Star Trek 13—Star Trek 40—Brady Kids 10:30 9 Mission—Mogtc 2—Josie and Pussycats 7 —Butch Cassidy 3—Mission—Magic 4—Josie and Pussycats 6— Butch Cassidy 8—Josie ond Pussycats IO—Butch Cassidy 13—Butch Cassidy 40—Mission—Magic 111: 00 9 Superstar Movie 2—Pebbles 7—Jetsons WASHINGTON (AP) The house voted Thursday to raise the $19.3 billion but only after Speaker Carl Albert cast a tie-breaking vote. The 191-190 vote sent the hill to the senate. I nless it is enacted by June 130, the debt ceiling will drop I to $400 billion, which would be about $75 billion less than the actual national debt. The Tote followed a debate in which members generally denounced excessive spending, while Democrats accus-cd President Nixon's admin- J istration of piling up record deficits and thus forcing big increases in the treasury’s borrowing authority. Nixon had asked for a $505 billion ceiling through June 30. 1975. But the house ways and Final Payment In Tetracycline Case to iowa DKS MOI NKS (UP!) - Iowa Attorney General Richard (' Turner Thursday said the state has received a total of $1.5 21 Iowa County Bridges, Culverts Out from Storms Special to the Gazette I were working hard this week to M A ll E N G O — Twenty-onejrepair the most critical damage b r i d g e s and knocked out and a amount than $400,000 in damage was culverts were total of more festered ing and ever recovered L- in a to traeyeline antitrust case against1 five pharmaceutical companies. Turner said final payment of $481,054 concludes the amount the companies were ordered to, , „    . . . .    .    ,    ,    ,    4    _    .. pay the s(at0 ,n a lawsuit which ()tt,clal|y at over el£ht mches in;washed out. Sorensen said it J the week in some parts of the —,J ‘"u ‘ county, took their toll in flood- caused to Iowa county facilities last week during thunderstorms and constant rain. The damage from the heavy rams, which were measured un-; so access to sections could he This included rcmov-relaying several culverts under roads. The supervisors also met with a delegation of farmers from Greene township, who were wondering about the replacement of a culvert that was Life Term to Ulster Farmer, Killed Troops BELFAST (AP) A Northern Ireland farmer was sentenced | to life imprisonment Thursday for the murder of three British [soldiers and the attempted murder of four others. Malachy Bernard 0 Kane, 26, cif Dungiven in County (terry, expressed no remorse |ra(C and told the4 court he would kill more soldiers if given the chance. Jobless Rate Drops; Work Force Rises wa? brought by the attorney general’s office five years ago. He said the companies es-a $100 million fund to payments ordered by would take two weeks or more. Meanwhile, Maj Gen. Joseph tablished settle the the court iowa City Man Loses License As Investigator ing, rampaging creeks and B. May, adjutant general of tho jt>v rivers and w ashed out bridges, I iowa national guard, who has | over-all control of civil defense, visited Marengo and other areas of the county early this week to inspect the damage. He arrived in a helicopter to confer with county Civil Defense Director culverts and roads. Heaviest Hit heaviest damage oc-m Dayton township, Scarlet Fever COUNCIL BLUFFS (AP) Seventy-one eases of scarlet cr have been recognized here so far this year compared with about one-half dozen last year, The curred w h i c h County lost five structures. 'l’lie number of potential workers in the Cedar Rapids area increased from March to London-1April, yet the unemployment dropped over the same time period. Figures from the Iowa Employment Security commission office indicate the labor force, which represents employed and unemployed individuals living in Linn county, rose from 75,500 in March to 76,200 in April of this year. The labor force has increased 1973. Unemployment declined lightly from March to April. city health officials said Thurs- day. Robert Carson, director cfi by about 2,600 over April I the City Health Department, said the disease byes primarily Engineer Nord S. Soren- Robert Gunzenhauscr and sen said this ties up large sections of the townships, with DES MOINES - The Iowa [department of public safety has revoked the private detective means committee cut the iig- license of an Iowa City man. farmers and families unable to travel. County secondary road bv that lire back to $495 billion and set the 31. sional review of tion fiscal policies date. Committee Chairman Wilbur Mills (D-Ark.) said the vote reflects dissatisfaction with Nixon’s economic policies. Craig Beek, director of the expiration date at March bureau of criminal investigation, assuring another congres- said that following a hearing, administra-J the private detective agency license of William C. Burbridge, doing business as Intercept Security, is revoked, effective June 3, 1974. Iowa law requires those en-! gaged in the private detective Sorensen about storm damage to county facilities. lf Iowa county were to be declared a disaster area, the crews coun(y could receive federal aid for bridge and culvert replacement. affected children in the first six The number of jobless workers grades. Ile said no serious com- dropped lion) 1.60(1 rn March to plications the cases. have been found in 1,800 in April. This represents a 2.4 percent unemployment rate for April. A year ago, the jobless rate was 2.8 percent in April. Army Plans Center Move Mee+in9 Se+ on Ambulance Issue By Sept. 15 |n |0wa County The advisory board of the Sal I vat ion Army Corps Thursday See Iowa Gas Special to The Gazette WILLIAMSBURG Iowa !profession to be licensed by the;voted to v'acate_ its present|county supervisors, mayors and department of public safety. building by Sept. 15 and transfer others concerned with the end of all of its programming to the [ambulance service here June 30 new corps community center. will meet Tuesday at the court- ‘Fair to Good’ Suspicion Over Annapolis Exam BETTENDORF (AP) - Avail-[ability of gasoline in Iowa over the Memorial day weekend will be fair to good, the Motor Club )f Iowa said Thursday. The club said about the same number of stations will be open Sunday and Monday as were open last weekend. A spokesman said the number is adequate to service interstate customers. There is expected to be a slight increase in the number of stations in rural communities pumping gasoline, the club i also reported. Fuel availability for the next seven days will be fair to good, ; the club said, but it warned motorists to be aware of end-of-the month shortages in some areas. ANNAPOLIS, The U.S. Naval Md. (AP) Academy, The building at 1123 Third street SE has housed the army for more than 30 years. William Hansel-, vice-chair- house in Marengo to discuss plans for instituting a county-wide emergency service. The supervisors and others un- man of the fund campaign for met Vvith the Williamsburg city touched by cheating scandals the new building, reported that that have rocked other military academies in recent years, has ordered 900 midshipmen to take a second final examination in a navigations course. The academy issued a terse statement Thursday saying it rain has delayed construction council to discuss the crisis and agreed financing probably can work, particularly installation of be handled by the cities and the county cooperating. They also now I agreed obtaining a staff by July the roof. He said the contractor hopes to complete work by July 11 will be the problem. 15, after which interior decorating and installation of equip had learned ‘ that a final exam ment, will begin. The new build- Trade Students Receive Honors in navigation has been compro mised.” Officials would not say if copies of the test had been obtained before the scheduled exam or if there had been widespread cheating. Unofficial sources off campus estimated as many as IOO of the|otherTaenc7« approximately 900 midshipmen    ® who took the test registered perfect scores, which aroused suspicion About 4.200 the academy. ing is at C avenue and Tenth street NW. Clarence Recce, chairman of a special committee studying the possibility of a day-care program at the new center, told the advisory board "exploratory sessions" have been held with 3—Superior Movie 4—Pebble* 6—Jetson* 8—Pebble* IO—Jetson* 13—Jetson* 40—Superstar Movie 11:30 2—Fat Albert 7—Go! 4—Fat Albert 6—Go! 8—Fat Albert 10-Go' 13—Go! Saturday Afternoon 12:00 9—Action '74 2—Children * Film Fejtivol 7—Bonanza 3—Action 74 4—Children * Film Festival 6—Laredo •—Children * Film Festival 10—Roller Games 13—Wrestling 40—McKeever 12:30 40—Rifleman 1:00 9—Earth Lob 2—Roller Come 7— Baseball 3—Lassie 4—Augustano 6—Baseball •—Music Carousel IO—Baseball 13—Baseball 40—Challenging Sea 1:30 3—Movie— “He Who Gets Slopped'' 4—Bible •-Film 40—Dlstor 2:00 9—Limits of Mon 2—Movie— “Funny Face' •-Untamed World 40—Roller Gomes 2:30 9—Facts of Fishing 4—This Week in NBA •—Limits of Mon 3:00 9—F Troop 3—Wrestling 4—CBS Golf 8—CBS Golf 40—Action '74 3:30 9—Jimmy Deon 4:00 9 wide World of Sot*. 2—Movie— “Sail a Crooked Ship'1 7—Danny Thomas Golf 3—Wide World of Sots 4—Danny Thomas Golf 6—Family Circle Tennis 8—Film IO—Family Circle Tennis 12—Mlsteroger* 13—Family Circle Tennis 40—Wide World of Sots. 4:30 8 —Fishing 12—Sesame Street 5:00 7 —Wrestling 4 - Jimmy Dean 6 -Car 54 8 jimmy Dean IO—Jimmy Dean 13—lo*a Talent 5:30 „ 9—A BC Ne** 2—CBS Ne** 7—NBC Ne*s 3—ABC Ne** 4 -CBS Ne** 6—NBC Ne** 8—CBS Ne** IO—NSC Ne** 12—Electric Company IJ — N8C Ne** 40—ABC Ne** "The project looks feasible but there are a number of matters to be pursued, particularly i investigating appropriate daycare center guidelines and [checking state and federal regulations," Reece said. He expressed hope the program could be launched in September. He reported the committee NORTH LIBERTY — Fire met with Salvation Army spe-early Friday burned out the in- cialists on day-care centers and tenor of the abandoned city with representatives of state Abandoned School in North Liberty Burns students attend The trade and industrial coop-ierative education classes from Kennedy, Jefferson, and Washington high schools held their employer-student trainee recognition breakfast Wednesday morning at Bishops. Sixty-t h r e e studcnt-trainees and their employers, ^suPer* school, located across the street agencies, from the fire department here, system [ The fire broke out shortly be- Health Service fore 5:30 a rn. and continued to    * visors, and co-workcrs were recognized for participation in the program. Joint County and the Linn School County Robert Uhlmann, of McSwig gin and Uhlhmann Ambulance! Service, Williamsburg, was joined this week by Warren Hepker of Marengo in giving notice he will quit business as of June 30. It is considered to be too late for the supervisors to set up a county-wide ambulance service before Uhlmann and Hepker quit business. Various possibilities for solving the problem were discussed by the various mayors, supervisors and other health officials. There are two basic proposals, contained in a study done two years ago by the Hoover Health Council of Cedar Rapids: One would he to locate a county-wide ambulance service at the county home, which is central in the county. The second would he to locate an ambulance in Marengo and another in Willisamburg. The studcnt-trainees arc se- smoulder Friday before noon, mors who attend school part of Coralville firemen aided the the day and tional on-the-job training in trade, business, or industry. receive occupa- North Liberty fire department in fighting the blaze, cause of which has not been determined. Clean-Up Week Set by Government for Independence Chamber INDEPENDENCE—Cleanup, paint-up, fix-up week is due to, [get under Israel Is formed JERUSALEM IAP) - Pre- The hoard met at the Salvation Army Men’s Social Service Center and toured the new Sober House facility. Capt. Edward Jarvis reported that a dozen men have been eared for since the official opening of the Sober House three TD Jo RADI01600 weeks ago. is He explained that it 72-hour operation” way at Independence mier-designate Yitzhak Rabin (be sole aim of "drying a Tuesday and run through June;announced Friday that he had out" and attempting to get 3. The Chamber of Commerce is formed a government, replacing started in the right direction again sponsoring this yearly Golda Meir’s and hoped to name his cabinet by Saturday night. Rabin, a former chief of staff “Some have been referred to other agencies for help and' 1    u    .    ,    ,    .    ahtl* some have entered our rehabili-1 I cemetery beautification as an and ambassador to Washington, fatl0n pre- ; event. : Citing the recent Oakwood example, will give make ments. "Community this city-wide project said the cabinet would be everyone a chance to sented to parliament next week, any needed improve-! progrem Jarvis said. here," Capt Des Moines Incident DES MOINES (UPI) - One He told President Ephraim Katzir he had taken longer than With Pride'’ is the 21 days authorized to form a this year’s theme. Clubs and or- government because he had adult and six juveniles were ar- j ganizations are urged to partici- been busy with the Israeli team rested and three policemen! negotiating with Secretary of were injured Thursday following pate in this year’s activities. Hon Hess will serve as direc- State Kissinger [tor of this Chamber sponsored-- project. a rock and cident near brick-throwing in-j East high school IO YEARS    AGO — Washington    here.    Police said    the incident    m- The following dates have been    stood ready    to give more arms    volvcd    200 to    300    students    and aid to red-presped Lao govern-began ment forces    and U. S. authori-    hour ward; Thursday,    ties were awaiting a list of May 31, fifth ward    needs from    Premier Souvanna Phouma. set aside for sanitary Tuesday, second ward; day, third fourth ward; and June 3, first ward. pick-up: Wednes- [ during the noon lunch Several windows were broken at a neaby drive-in restaurant and a window was! ! smashed in a patrol car Read Entertainment Pages Daily Via The Gazette [wa; win 4 yne | A . . ./ ie 's electric! CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA SUPER May 24, 1974 I. BILLY, DON'T BE A HERO Bo Donoldson and The Heywoods 2 2. SUPERMAN Doc & Prohibition 4 3. THE LOCO MOTION Grand Funk 3 4. BAND ON THE RUN Paul McCartney & Wing* IO 5. THE STREAK Ray Stevens I 6. THE AIR THAT I BREATHE The Hollies I I 7. I WON T LAST A DAY WITHOUT YOU Carpenters 8 8. YOU MAKE ME FEEL BRAND NEW The Stylistics 7 9. ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK Bill Holey and His Comets 5 TO. SUNDOWN Gordon Lightfoot 6 I I. IF YOU LOVE ME (LET ME KNOW) Olivia Newton-John 12 12. THE ENTERTAINER Marvin Hamlisch 9 I 3. STANDING AT THE END OF THE LINE Lobo 14 14 OH VERY YOUNG Cat Stevens 15 15. DAYBREAK Nilsson 19 16. SAVE THE LAST DANCE FOR MF DeFranco Family 24 17. DANCING MACHINE The Jackson 5 23 18. HAVEN T GOT TIME FOR THE PAIN Carly Simon 21 19. I HATE HATE Razzy 26 20. TRAIN OF THOUGHT Cher 27 21. OH MY MY Rmgo Starr 13 22. STAR BABY The Guess Who 18 23. ANNIE'S SONG John Denver 29 24 I’M A TRAIN Albert Hammond 16 25. MY GIRL BILL Jim Stafford 17 26 I'M THE LEADER OF THE GANG Brownsville Station 30 27. I DON'T SEE ME IN YOUR EYES ANYMORE Charlie Rich 28 28 HELP ME Jom Mitchell 20 29 DON T YOU WORRY BOUT A THING Stevie Wonder HB 30. IF YOU TALK IN YOUR SLEEP Elvis Presley HB HIT-BOUND WILD THING IF YOU WANNA GET IO HF AVEN Fancy Ozark Mountain Daredevil* SIX DAYS ON THE ROAD    Johnny    River* BE THANKFUL I OR WHAT YOU GOT William DeVaughn Record* luted on the KCRG RADIO 1600 “Super 30” nro selected by KCRG aff mr evaluating and con*idertng record sales, listener request* and the station’* own opinion of their audience appeal. Sale or resale of this survey is prohibited. ;