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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Television Today liv Jav Union Begins Walkout NEW YORK (AP) iwifWf rr ffifiwf Garden as Symbol of Freedom KA1RFIELD. 111. (AP) natch near his 1 search for uersona] Gallup; Kennedy Leading Ford PRINCETON. N.J. (AP) men as the top choices of Senator Kennedy (D-Mass.) would uulpoll Vice-president Ford if a presidential election cratic and Hcpublican voters for (lie presidential nomination of their parties. 'Video: The New Wave' patch near his search for personal were held now, according to the iatest poll _ followed re- 1 manufacturers of apparel for' Keiuielii Kavs i.s uoi guv-1 iniilrr in Uiis Mjuilrcm illiiiuisp lit- saiii in an iulciA ''I dc-limesl Gallup puil. iceni Gallup Jindings that I Wn and boys across the nation! eminent-issue hero. His vie-1 town where he farms the ille-jsire freedom-to seek myself." ln u poll adults May j percent of American voters kyism is a statement which gives the illusion of some- thing profound. We cite as a prime example the saying, "He who would rule the samt must be brother to the wind." Monday night, public televi- sion is offering a one-hour murkyism called "Video: The New It's described as "highly personal statements by a new wave of artists ex- perimenting in the early stage of the video revolution." It might better be described as "how to study under Ernie Kovacs and flunk the course." Some 38 pieces of experi- mental video artwork are on display, many of them elec- tronic abstractions in which shapes are altered, bizarre noises made and eyes tor- tured. It will a bonanza for those wont to cry, "How pro- found! How when a work of modern fluff has them stumped. For civilians, the show may Simply appear the work of cuckoos. However, both sides will en- joy a brief, funny sequence, taped by San Francisco's Top Value Television crew, in which CBS' Roger Mudd re- fuses to answer TV questions at the 1972 GOP national con- vention. Qur knowledgeable guide throughout this tour of tele- vision's rarely seen avant garde gallery is an art critic, Brian O'Doherty, whose com- mentary is not talike that of an art critic. As one set of images shape up, he advises that the work is "reflective, transcendental, mystical." As another artist electroni- cally alters a photograph of himself and his father, we're told the piece "brings into this medium subtleties rarely found in it." He is right. As we see a block of ice consumed by fire, ,we learn "the content is not in the re- sult, but in the process." The show's high spot arrives with a study of transparent tape on a wood floor. And our moving the tape gives the an- swer." After 40 minutes, I asked, "Where am Removing my- self gave the 'answer. I know I shouldn't knock creative efforts, but I got to thinking about all this and, honest to Pete, the whole thing is plumb ridiculous. There's a fair eye and ear treat in store for kids on Wed- nesday afternoon in ABC's Comedy Concert" bf well-known classic m u s i e pieces. The show is a combin- ation of Tim Conway and Ruth Buzzi at a deserted Hollywood Bowl and car- toonery. It runs an hour, which young- sters may find a bit long, re- wards patience with a wild closing version of the "1812 Over- Even big kids would like it. Alas, the show has canned laughter. ABC should know kids don't need prompting to laugh. But the overall concept seems sound. It's 'a good try, at least, and deserves another chance in the future. as the first'strike" against the i tor-v 6ardw> is full of marijuana, garment indusiry in half a cen-lilnd llc is determined to keep it :ls ;l of hls freedom. On the picket list of the i lhe ,of 000 m em b e r Amalgamated! and llonored .at thc Poll Sees Failure Of Nixon Ouster WASHINGTON (UPI) Sup- port for President Nixon has eroded in the senate, but move to oust him from office now would fail by more than a dozen votes, according to the latest impeachment poll con- ducted by the Washington Post. The survey, based on persona interviews with senators from both patties, indicated that ii the house votes to impeach Nixon he would still retain his high office at the subsequent senate trial by a margin of 12 to 17 votes. However, the Post said, the sentiment toward impeachment has gained some 5 or 10 votes since a similar poll was con- ducted in February. Clothing Workers of America were selected manufacturers and factories in more than 100 towns in 30 states. About of the pocket- makers, cutters, button-hole makers and machine operators striking in the wage dispute with the Clothing Manufacturers Assn. live in the New York City metropolitan area. Other strikers were concen (rated in Massachusetts, Illi- nois, Mississippi, Maryland, Vir- ginia, Ohio, Missouri, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and California. The union is seeking labor contract containing high- er wages, a cost-of-living clause and fringe benefits. Details of .he demands were not an- nounced. The employes earn an average of an hour. Despite the aid of federal mediators, talks between the manufacturers and the union lollapsed Satin-day and the strike was called. No new ne- gotiations were scheduled. The strike is not expected to cause any immediate clothing shortages. But the workers, most of whom have weekends off, walked out on the first business day of a week in I vhich the garment industry planned to build up production "or the fall fashion season. Jesuit Mclaughlin Voices Fascination with Power Television Listings 7-KWWL-TV, Waterloo 9-KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids 2-WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 3-KTVO, Ottumwa 4-WH8F-TV, Rock Island 6-WOC-TV, Davenport 8-WKBT, La Crosse 10-KROC-TV, Rochester 12-KHN-TV, Iowa City 13-WHO-TV, DesMoinei 40-KDUB, Dubuque Monday Night 7-News, Weather, Spls.' 9-Wild Wild West News Weather, Spts. Weather, Sols. 6-6 O'Gock Edition Spts., Weother Weother, Spi_. Tracks, Trestles News and Son Tell Truth Moke a Deal Trail Saucires 8-Noshville Music Goldsboro and Sen Sports Legends Braves-Phillies Graham Graham Braves-Phillies Breves-Phillies ol the Week "No Way To Treat a Lady" Lucy "No Way To Treat a Lady" Lucy Lucy "No Way To Treat a Lady" Van Dyke Von Dyke Van Dvke World Special Edition Graham Special Edition Straight Talk. Macabre Weother, Spts. News Weather, Snts, 6-10 O'clock Edition Sols., Weather Weather, Spts. at High! News Movie "Patch Of Blue 4-CQS Special Edition -Potchof Blue" Sussklnd World of Entertainment 3-Wlde World ot Entertainment World of Entertainment Wild West 7_l.nslWord j3_Tomorrow 4-Couiilrv Music Tuesday Morning Semester Ted Armstrong Semester Hews 4-CSS Hews 6-Todav News Room Zoo Revue Kangaroo Sings Kangaroo Kangaroo Morning Show Sesame Street Dinah's Place Power Joker's Wild Place Wild Place Street Placs Row 8-Gambit Wizard of Odds AIIMv Children Mow You See It Gourmet j_Now You See It Wirardof Odds 8-Pricels Riarit Another World Another World General Hospital Sciuares Brody Bunch of Life Bunch of Life Squares e-Loveof Life Hollywood Squares Hollywood Sauarcs Brady Bunch 7-Jacfcpot Password Young and Restless Passvjord Young and Restless Jackpot fl -Young and Restless Jackpot S'ACCpStoVCS. r--rjplit Second Tomorrow Split Second Celebrity takes iuiif Second Tuesday Afternoon 'flews, WeolhT 1 -rvcwitnni'. ?-IJrws, Wealher (Jews J-Dif.k Van Dyke fflilion Noontime Wcutlicr l-l-Ncws. 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Island 2-Dr. Mv Children Douglas 10-tJot tor women Only Flor-ny Be Announced 7-Bonanza 9-Uucy Show Make a Deal B -Star Trek Gnllm 9-Anify (jritlilh Ben Herocj Oritlui Street 9-ABC News 3-tJowslealurcs 10-Munstcrs 40 -AP.C 7-UBC Hews 3-CBS News 3 -ARC Hew. 6-NBC H-atS 10-NBC News Irk Com pony 11--NBC Newi House for his heroism in Vietnam. i A drafl-resislor-turncd-inedic, Kays lost a leg in battle in May. 1970. but repeatedly crawled past his lines to rescue and treat wounded comrades. Farms Marijuana Today his battleground is aj Last U.S. Troops Pull Out of Laos VIENTIANE, Laos (AP) The U.S. Monday withdrew thi last of the 216 military men i sent to Laos 16 months ago, end ing a decade of direct militarj involvement in the Indo-Chinese kingdom's civil war, diplomatic sources reported. The last of the force of special "military attaches" took a com- mercial flight to Bangkok, the sources said. The Laotian peace accords specify .that all foreign troops are to be out of the country by June 4. The last of more than Thai troops pulled out two weeks ago, but military sources say there is no that North Vietnam has w i t h drawn any of the estimated troops it has along its supply lines through south- east Laos to the Communisl forces in South Vietnam. NEW YORK (UPI) The lev. John McLaughlin, a Jesuit >riest who took a vow of po- verty, is paid a year as a Vhite House speech writer, ives in Washington's plush Wa- ergate conjplex and says he is ascinated by power. "Clearly power is just as Teat' an emotional experience s making he said in an nterview published in People magazine, "and it might not be s short term." McLaughlin, 47, said, "My life- tyle is avante garde, salaried nd autonomous." He said he opposes releas- ing the White House tapes, an act he compares to "losing your virginity you reveal one and then how do yon He defends President Nixon's use of profanity as nothing more than a form of emotional drainage." McLaughlin said in the inter- iew that he thinks celibacy for riests is "obsolete." "I look orward to the day when women an become he said. His presence on the White 'ouse staff and his defense of resident Nixon have thrust JcLaughlin into controversy, le was summoned to Boston to alk to his religious superior, le Very Rev. Robert Cleary, esuit provincial of New Eng- McLaughlin joined the White House staff in 1971 after an un- race as for .the U.S. senate against Sen. Pastore (D- R.I.) In the People magazine inter- view, McLaughlin said, "Even though I work at the White House, I'm available for wed- dings, baptisms and exor- cisms, live never performed an he said, "but the time could come. I've been in- clined to look at the judicial aranch." land for "prayer and reflec- gal marijuana plants for his own personal use. With practiced ease, he swings down the rows on his artificial leg hoeing, raking and tilling. A headband secures his long, sun-tinted hair which cascades into his beard. Kays was raised in Fairfield, population and attended Southern Illinois university. He was discharged from the army in 1970, and has been living here on disability checks since then. What he did in Vietnam and what he is doing now are part of the same personal quest for freedom and what is just, even if it conflicts Kavs said. with the law, finish what I started, Guerillas: Killed Envoys Because Of Nixon Stance KHARTOUM, Sudan (AP) Eight Palestinian terrorists sa :hey decided to kill U. S. bassador Cleo Noel and tw other diplomats last year whe they heard that President Nixo would not negotiate with them. The Palestinians told a Sudan ese court trj'ing them Sunda :hat they heard radio reports o Nixon's refusal while they wer wlding the diplomats hostag nside the Saudi Arabian em lassy in March, 1973. They sai they killed the diplomats in th embassy cellar, all of them fir ,ng at the same time. The Black 'September terror sts confessed to the shooting during Sunday's court sessio: and their alleged leader, Rizi; Abu-Ghassam, declared: "If am given the chance, I will do i again." The guerillas told the cour :hat before Nixon's refusal t negotiate, they had extendec Iheir deadline for complianc vith their demands three times They said they demanded free dom for Palestinian comman dos held in Jordan and eWs iermany and for Sirhan Sirhan vho assassinated Sen. Rober Kennedy. They said their instruction were to leave the country wit! he Saudi Arbian and Jor anian ambassadors after com ileting their mission but to sur render to Sudanese authorities i efused permission to depart. 23" 100% SOLID of picture power. One-button tuning. Power Sentry system. Modern style in oil finished Walnut veneers and hardwood solids. The An tares E4545 Valw SS39.9S Salt SSH.K SAVEW Shop Mon, and Thurs. 'til 9...and all day Sat, 363-0283 Iltcris West end of Second Avenue Bridge 1062nd Ave. SW Youth of three one-hour TV specials with BILLY GRAHAM-Cliff Barrows and the 4000 voice crusade Beverly Tedd guests- Mike McCoy, defensive tackle "Green Bay and Jane Bill Lori Alan Early. arizona crusade Mon., June 3 7 PM sunjEcr "The Devil, Demons and Exorcism" Tucs., Juno 4 9 PM lUiurcr "True Love" KCRG-TV Ch. 9 Wed., Juno 5 9 PM sunjLcr "The Coming Storm" Was Unsure Kays resisted going into mili- service. When his induc- tion notice came, he left for Canada. Bui, unsure lie was do- ing the right tiling, he reported 31 days late and volunteered to be a medic. The medal lie earned has no value of itself, only the experi- ence it represents, and has often been a source of trouble, he said. "I can't handle being a hero." he said, adding the accolade brings him unwanted attention and praise. Kays has been arrested twice and convicted once for posses- sion and cultivation of mari- juana. He was sentenced to one year of probation. Two weeks after his first ar- rest, the sheriff discovered Kays was still growing mari- juana and arrested him again. Revocation of probation is be- ing sought by the prosecutor. What Purpose "They see my adherence to responsibility as irresponsibili- he said. "All they are is what they have been told. What purpose is served by restricting "I don't wish to fight, but I'm not going to he said. "I will trust to the courts to see that justice is done. My only weapon is the truth. No man has the right to dictate to an- other." In another brash with the law, police took Kays' car in lieu of bail after he refused to pay a traffic fine. He was ticketed for roaring through the town at 60 miles horn. per hour honking his "I was trying to wake up the he said. "I threw the tickets away." A student of Oriental mysti- cism, Kays said, "I put my trust in the law of Karma; not the laws of men." Then, fingering the leather thong that holds up his muddy and faded trousers, Kays adds, "I'll continue to stand up for what I believe." 10-13, 50 percent preferred Ken- nedy, 39 percent favored Ford and 11 percent were undecided on how they would vote. Other Gallup surveys conduc- ted this year identified the two 42 Perish as Reds Rocket Viet Air Base SAIGON (AP) Communist gunners attacked the Bien Hoa air base Monday for the first time in seven months, killing 42 Vietnamese and wounding 82, police officials reported. Many of the casualties were caught by a direct hit on a prison camp. Thirty rockets struck the sprawling air base and five sur- rounding villages 15 miles northeast of Saigon before dawn, the police said. One of the 122mm rockets tore through the roof of a building inside the Tan Hiep Correctional Center, riddling more than 100 sleeping prisoners with shrap- nel, Associated Press photo- grapher Dang Van Phuoc re- ported. Police said 29 prisoners were killed, 64 were wounded. Many of them were women prisoners, and some of their children were among the casualties. The camp holds Viet Cong and other politi- cal prisoners. Some rockets damaged the runway at Bien Hoa, the biggest tactical air base in South Viet- n a m, and several napalm bombs were detonated. But no aircraft were damaged, the South Vietnamese military com- mand said. In Cambodia, military sources said insurgent gunners and in- fantry attacked the isolated Kompong Seila Garrison, 90 miles southwest of Phnom Penh on highway 4, for the fourth straight day. Seven government [roops were reported killed and 20 wounded, but the Cambodian military command claimed 30 insurgents were killed in a counterattack. identified themselves as lican 42-percent said they were Democrats and 34 percent iden- tified themselves as indeped- enls. In the Ford-Kennedy poll, 76 percent of Republicans chose Ford, M percent Kennedy of Massachusetts and 10 percent were undecided. Democrats took Kennedy 73 percent to 17 per- cent for Ford with the remain- ing 10 percent undecided. Forty- six percent of those calling themselves independents fa- vored Kennedy, 39 percent Ford and 15 percent undecided. President Signs Bill For Institute on Aging WASHINGTON (AP) Pres- ident Nixon on Saturday signed legislation establishing a Na- tional Institute on Aging to con- sider the special problems of older persons. The bill, passed by congress last month, also sets up a new National Advisory Council on Aging to be appointed by the secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. Do you have a special ser- vice? Advertise regularly in the want ads. Dial 398-8234. Polllicol Advertisement DEMOCRAT for congress "Together... We Can Make A Difference" Paid for by Friends of Martin Jensen, Robert Rush, Chairman Politico! Advertisement Political Advertisement Politico! Advertisement Tom Riley Gets Things Done! v 4 V .A, Tom's 1974 Iowa Legislative Highlights. He was the author floor manager of the following bills which were enacted into law. (1) Prohibit Discrimination in Credit Based on Sex, Age, Race, etc. D (2) Senior Citizens Mobile Home Tax Relief Act D (3) Extend Hot Lunch Program To All Iowa School Children Q (4) Repeal law which prevented conviction of rapist on victim's testimony alone D (5) Governor's Task Force on Early Childhood Development Q (6) Appropriation for ETV Translators For Northeast Iowa rj (7) Non-Public School Busing Bill rj (8) Additional Appropriation For Equipment at Community Colleges rj (9) Provide Annual Appropri- ation for TGE Swine Research Q (10) Witness Immunity Bill to Help Prosecuting Attorneys Secure Convictions Q (11) Meat Lab- oratory Appropriation at I.S.U. Q (12) Authorize Breath Test in Suspected Drunk Driving Q (13) State Regulation of Puppy Mills D (14) Prohibit Dissemination of Pornography To Minors and Re- Lascivious Acts with Minors Law D Tom chaired lha Senate Judiciary Commitloo and the Appropriations Subcommittee on Education, the latter reviewed over Vt billion dollars In education aDDroorlatlonn during the 65lh General Assembly. V pnauoni He acted as the catalyst In (ocuslng the Legislature's and Governor's attention on the needs of the Foster Care Program. Result; Additional Appropriation. Tom pointed out the delect In the 65 loot double-bottom truck bill which would have permitted the trucks to travel anywhere In Iowa (cited by Governor Ray In his veto Rlloy For Connroas Commllloo Arlono Doy.holF, Cholrparaon loin Riley Will Cict Things Done in too. Vole foi loin on Hieschiy, June 4th.
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