Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 3, 1974, Page 38

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 20 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Wed.. July 3, 1974 Television Bv Jerry Buck LOS ANGKLES Grant Tinker is a self-deprecating man who kids that probably the biggest idea he ever had was to bring Jim Brooks and Allan Burns together in 1970 to create a television show for his wife. Tinker’s wife is Mary Tyler Moore and the show for CBS was, of course, a smash hit. With “The Mary Tyler Moore Show’’ firmly established, Tinker then turned I/jrenzo Music and David Davis loose. They came up with “The Bob Newhart Show”, another hit. Tinker's forte is attracting the right, creative people to MTM Enterprises and giving them their head Tn the fall season MTM Enterprises — Mary is the chairman and Tinker is president — becomes the biggest little mom and pop operation in television. * * * They will have four shows on CBS in the fall — “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”, “The Bob Newhart Show”, “Rhoda” and “The Paul Sand Show”. On ABC they’ve got “The Texas Wheelers”. They had a sixth show, “Second Start” for NBG, but it was temporarily bumped off the schedule by the prime time cutback ordered by a federal appeals court recently. “Rhoda” is a spinoff from t h e “Mary Tyler Moore Show’’, starring Valerie Harper and developed by Music and Davis. The Sand show was created by Brooks and Allen. Dale McRaven created “The Texas Wheelers” and Martin Cohan, Norman Powell MTM Enterprises (AP) • and Jim Allen created ‘.Second Start”. MTM’s nearest rival in the comedy department is Tandem Productions, which under Norman Lear’s direction puts out “All in the Family”, “San-tord and Son”, “Good Times” and “Maude”. * * * Tinker, 48, a former NRC programining vice - president and one-time executive at Universal and 20th Century-Fox studios, said: “There is an attraction to us beyond my orange sweater and my niftiness. We give creative people a meaningful interest in the shows. By that I mean a percentage of the action.” Tinker's company appears to run without any noticeable dissension. “We have our share of problems,” he said. “They’re just not as celebrated. Everyone gets a little cranky. “We don't have any extreme people, on or off camera. Mary sets an example for that by going about her job in a professional and cheerful manner. We’ve been lucky not to have any wavemakers.” Mary does not take an active part in running the company, although she does occasionally advise on casting. Tinker said he wants to expand the company beyond comedy. * * * “We’re ready to start to nibble our way — as opposed to jump — into drama,” he said. MTM has four dramatic series in development and Tinker said he expects to make movie pilots for them. Safety Rules for Bicycles To Take Effect January I WASHINGTON (AP) - The U. S. Consumer Product Safety Despite Criticism, Export-lmport Bank Okays Loan for Yugoslavia President Signs Pension Jumps WASHINGTON (AP) — Pres-1debt limit to $495 billion, the ident Nixon has signed bills nu highest ever, and to let the fed- WASHINGTON (AP) - The Commission Tuesday wheeled ^ Export*! mport bank hasau-out the nation’s first bicycle thoriied financing for a nuclear safety standards, to take effect Proj°ct ln Yugoslavia despite Jan. I. The mandatory regulations, covering everything from braking performance to reflectors, are aimed at reducing the es congressional criticism of the bank's aid to Communist countries.! The $176-million iii low-cost fi-' nancing is the first aid from the timated one million bicycle-1 hank for.a nuclear Project in n r< lated injuries last year.    Communist country. It also is t L _______■    .    ,    .    the largest ever for Yugoslavia. I h e commission estimates    *    h that 419.000 persons, mostly . Exmibank’s granting of low-children, were injured severely. intel est loans and credits to enough last year to seek treat- Communist countries* which has ment in hospital emergency sharPlv increased in the past rooms, making bikes the most I year’ has met sharP criticism in hazardous of the tens of thou- conSress* sands of products the new commission polices. U.S. Kates High A number of congressmen ob-Although the new standards ject to extending low-interest fi-will apply to all bicycles in--nancing to Communist nations troduced into interstate com-;_ an(j other nations as well — merce after the end of this. while domestic firms must bor- year, those manufactured and row funds at interest rates chases and investments. And, on Tuesday, the house voted to try to block international loans to India as a protest of her nuclear test last month. India has not signed the nuclear non-proliferation treaty and the house move would seek to prevent loans by the International Development Agency to any country which develops nuclear explosives and does not sign the treaty. Eximbank’s lending authority expired at midnight Sunday and a bill to extend it for another four years has been hung up in congress. A 30-day extension has been approved but President Nixon has not yet signed it. The Yugoslavia credit was announced in an Eximbank press release on Friday, before the bank’s lending authority expired. Additional information on the project was learned in telephone interviews Monday and Tuesday with Eximbank officials. 7 Percent The annual interest rate on the Eximbank credit of $176 million is 7 percent, considerably below market interest rates. The financing is extended in the form of a credit for purchase of U.S. equipment. thorizing $179 million in cost-of-living pension increases for disabled veterans and others and oral g o v e r n ment continue spending at about the same rate for the next three months while guaranteeing a one-month ex- congress considers regular ap- “We think our job is to heipitension of unemployment com-|propria!ion bills for the U.S. suppliers sell their equip-pcnsation benefits for some year that began Monday ment,” said Warren Glick. exec- 100.000 persons in 24 states. The measures were among a fiscal lithe bank vice-president of Exim 20 YEARS AGO - The U.S. list of bills flown to the Pres- moved to find out what the A spokesman for the Atomic £«J" Energy Commission said Yugo slavia signed an agreement a 'LET'S ALL GO TO DA/fcY QUEEN' distributed before the deadlinejabove IO percent for their pur-may continue to be sold. To reduce consumer confusion, the commission decided that during the next two years new bicycles meeting the standard should bear the label: “Meets11 U. S. Consumer Product Safety! Commission Safety Regulations for Bicycles.” Violators of the regulations could face criminal penalties. j Frames, steering systems, wheels and brakes will be re- WASHINGTON (AP) —Anew it was learned, for example, quired to meet tests for safety, research study indicates that 85 that a low-income family’s eam- Imillion persons, or 40 percent of:,n£s vverp affected more by L.    ,    .    ,•    „    Jthe    arrival and departure of the nations population, were ....    y. * children, marriage, divorce, eligible for welfare benefits at;Hi.„hili,„ some time during the last six years, the department of Health, Education and Welfare (HEW) Study Finds 40% Eligible For Welfare Since 1968 the White House said Sunday. j China after c, ii    ,    Nixon    also signed a bill autho-,most of the i™"** of «* national I without a fight. tions’ International Atomic En-! ergy Agency and the U.S. to buy the reactor. Such agreements! include provision for IAEA to1 inspect the power plants to be! sure that the plutonium, which) all nuclear reactors produce, is! not diverted to make weapons. The spokesman said that no objection to the contract was) raised last year by the joint; atomic energy committee of congress. they Red abandoned river delta Dairy Queen V performance and strength. Front, rear, side and pedal reflectors are mandated, although manufacturers have the alternative of providing either reflectorized tires or wide-angle, spoke-mounted reflectors for the side. Other provisions include coverings for protruding nuts and disability, retirement and a working wife than by “success-oriented” attitudes and behav- Warren Reported Fair by Hospital1 WASHINGTON 1AP1 -Former Chief Justice Earl Warren was reported in fair condition following his hospitalization with heart troubles. Dr. Oscar Mann. Warren’s j physician, said the 83-year-old former justice was hospitalized Tuesday with congestive heart failure and coronary insufficiency. Warren, who was hospitalized for about a week last month with a similar problem, w’as stricken at his home here, Dr. Mann said. Warren retired from the supreme court in 1969 after 52 I A ' '■    v"';    J.'    •.    A.    \:i This was the conclusion of a study by the University of ior patterns often assumed to years in public life as a prose-influence economic status. outing attorney, three-time gov-‘ These factors are only par- ernor of California and 1948 Re-tially under any individual’s publican vice-presidential nom- bolts, protected edges on metal I Ml^hl^n. which ^aced the eco- (tontrol an(j to ^    theyinee    As    chipf    justice he pre_ fenders, chain or derailleur j "J™10 fortunes‘and misfortunes    involve decisions of the sided over the supreme court '    ' '    * 8 ASn^^tVn-b1 P6”"*1 na,Ure'"    16 * iU m“‘ "I 5,000 ning in 1968. Television Listings guards and adequate assembly, operating and maintenance instructions. Racing bikes and custom “one of a kind” bikes are exempted Instant secretary for from the requirements. MALTS! SHAKES! FREEZES! CEDAR RAPIDS    MARION years. 9—KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids 7—WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids — KWWL-TV, Waterloo 3—KTVO, Ottumwa 4-WHSF-TV, Rock Island 6-WOC-TV, Davenport 8-WKBT, La Crosse IO—KROC-TV, Rochester I 2—KIIN-TV, Iowa City I 3—WHO-TV, Des Moines 40—KDUB, Dubuque William A. Morrill, HEW as- a • . * a /    /    I    I    •    a I pieing/en Henderson Indicted For Evading Income Taxes SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. Henry Mancini and Victor Al-i AP) - Band leader Skitch P«t Boston symphony librarian. land evaluation, said the results “may be somewhat at odds with many prevalent conceptions” about poverty. Poverty Level Wednesday Night 6: OO 9—America 2—Action News 7—News, Weather, Spts. 3—News, Weather, Sots. 1—News, Weather, Spts. 0—6 O'Clock Edition 8—News, Sots., Weather IO—News, Weather, Spts, 12—Garden Almanac 13—Eyewitness News 40—Bill Anderson A: 30 9—President Nixon 2—To Tell Truth 7—Ozzie’s Girls 3—President Nixon 4—Price Is Right 6—Adorn 12 8—Protectors IO—Ozzle's Girls 12—Lands and Seas 13—Wild Kingdom 40—President Nixon 7:00 9—Cowboys 2—Tony Orlando and Down 7—-Oral Roberts 3—Cowboys 6—Chase 1—Oral Roberts IO—Chose 13—Chase 40—Cowboys 7:30 9—ABC Movie— ‘ Get Christie Love'* 3—ABC Movie— "Get Christie Love” 12— for Those Who Con 40—ABC Movie— "Get Christie Love” 8:00 2—Cannon 7—NSC Movie— ■'Fifzwllly " 4—Orol Roberts 6— NRC Movie— "FiOwilly ” 8—Cannon 10—KBC Movie— ‘Fitzwilly" 12—Family Classics 13-NSC Movie — "Fitzwilly" 8:30 12—Ain 11 a Womon 9:00 9—Doc Elliot 2—Koiak 3—Doc Elliot 4—Koiak 1—Koiok 12—Music tor People 40-Doc Elliot 9:30 12-President Nixon 10.00 9—Eyewitness News 2—Action News 7—News, Weather, Sots. 3— Newsoeat 4—News, Weather, Spts 6—10 O'Clock Edition 8—News, Sots , Weather IO—News, Weather, Sots 12—Day at Night 13—E vewitness News 40—Newsline 10:30 9 Wide Worid of Entertainment 2- Movie-- "Kmg and Country’’ 7— Tonight 3—Wide World of F rtertomment v Wild Wild West 6—Tonight 8—CBS Movie — "Swimmer ‘ IO—Tonight 12—Mov ie— "Brigham Young” 13—Tonight 40—Wide World of Entertainment 4—New Zoo Revue •—Summer Semester 7:00 2—CBS New* 7—Today 4-CBS News 6—Today •-CBS News IO—Todov 13—Today 7:30 9— Roomer Room 8:00 9—New Zoo Revue 2—Coot. Kangaroo 3—Lester Family 4—Coot. Kangaroo 8—Copt. Kangaroo 8:30 9—Morning Show 3—Sesame Street 9:00 9—Mike Douglas 2—Joker's Wild 7—Dinah's Place 4—Joker s Wild 6—Dinoh’s Place •—Joker's Wild IO—Dinah’s Place 13—Dinah's Place 9:30 2—Gambit 7—Winning Streak 3— Pufnstuf 4—Gambit 6—Winning Streak 8—Gambit IO—Winning Streak 13—Winning Streak 10:00 9—All My Children 2—Now You See It 7—High Rollers 3—Galloping Gourmet 4—Now You See It 6—High Rollers 8—Now You See It IO—High Rollers 13—High Rollers 40—Not for Women Only 10:30 9—Brady Bunch ?—Love of Lite 7—Hollywood Saudres 3—Brody Bunch 4—Love of Life 6—Hollywood Squares 8—Love of Life IO—Hollywood Squares 13—Hollywood Sauores 40— Brody Bunch 11:00 9—Password 2—Young ond Restless 7—Jackpot 3—Password 4—Young and Restless 6—Jock pot 1—Young and Restless IO—Jackpot 13— Jackpot 40—Password 11:30 9—Split Second 2—Tomorrow 7—Celebrity Sweepstakes 3—Split Second 4—Tomorrow 6—Celebrity Sweepstakes 8—Tomorrow IO—Celebrity Sweepstakes 13—Celebrity Sweepstakes 40—Split Second ll: ;Js awhide 12 OO 7— Tomorrow 6—Tomorrow IO—Tomorrow 13—Tomorrow 12:30 1—Lost Word 4—Country Music Thursday Morning A: 30 2—Summer Semester Thursday Afternoon 12 OO 9— £ yewitness News 2—News, Weather 7—News 3—News 4—Oick Van Dyke 6 - Noon Edition * - Noontime 10—Mormon Tabernacle Choir 13—News 40—All My Children 12:15 3—Town nnd Country IO—Virginia 13—Cartoons 12:30 9—Let s Make a Oeoi 2—As the World Turns 7—Jeopardy 3—As the World Turns 4—As the World Turns 6—Jeopardy 8—As th* World Turns IO—Jeopardy 13—Movie 40— Let s Make a Deal I roo ^ ^ 9—Newlywed Game 2—Guiding Light 7—Days of Lives 3—Newiywed Game 4—Guiding Lfght 6—Days of Lives 8—Guiding Light IO—Oovs of Lives 40—Newlywed Game iris 9—Baseball— Cubs-Card* 1:30 2—Edge of Night 7—Doctors 3—Girl in My Life 4—Edge of Night 6—Doctors 8—Edge of Night IO—Doctors 40-Girl In My Life 2:00 2—Price Is Right 7—Another World 3—General Hospital 4—Price is Right 6— Another World 8-Price IS Right IO—Another World 13—Another World 40—General Hospital 2:30 2—Motch Game 7—How To Survive a Marriage 3—One Life To Live 4—Match Game 6—How To Survive a Marriage 8—Match Game IO—how To Survive a Marriage 13—How To Survive a Marriage 40—One Lite To Live 3:00 2—Tattletales 7—Somerset 3—*10,000 Pyramid 4—Tattletales 6—Somerset 8—Tattletales IO—Somerset 13—Somerset 40—$10,000 Pyramid 3:30 2—Dr Mox 7—What s My Line 3—All My Children 4—Mike Douglas 6—Cartoons 8—Bewitched IO—Not for Women Only 13— FIopdv 40—Western Stars 4:00 f—Lucy Show 7- Bonanro 3—Let s Make a Deol 6—Jeonm# I—Star Trek IO—Bonon/o 12—Misterogers 13—Merv Griffin 40—Trails west 4:30 9—Andy Griffith 2—Bewitched 9—Andy Griffith 3—Gentle Ben 4—Hogan s Heroes 6—Merv Griffin 12—Sesame Street 40-Pioneers 5:00 9- ABC News 2—Consequences 7—Dragnet 3—Newsfeatures 4—Hotel 8—Consequences IO—Monsters 40—ABC News Hwy. 150 Zone Change Denied By Supervisors Linn supervisors voted 2-1 a*wut 25 million persons with|a<tv*ce °f his lawyers in don,ii- [hat none of the three men had Tuesday to deny a request from incomes be,ow the P°vert.v lev--tag musical scores to the Uni- given any advice. • I I Ely Avenue SW • 220 3rd Street SW • 21 OO 6th Street SW • 2825 Johnson Ave. NW • 3304 1st Avenue NE • 501 16th Street NE • 2843 Mt. Vernon Rd. SE • 21 OO 7th Avenue MT. VERNON • 520 1st Street East TIPTON • I Oth and Cedar FAIRFAX • 513 Williams Blvd., For example, the Census Bu- Henderson savs he followed the reau estimates that there are The indictment said the scores were worth “virtually zero” and Dean Dedic for a rezoning that el. versity of Wisconsin. A grand The indictment said Hender- wouldi permit operation of ani Rut the study conducted bv jury indicted Henderson on in- son attached to his tax returns a auto and recreational vehicle! the Survey Research Center of come tax evasion charges for memorandum purported to be sales and service business about Michigan's Institute for Social taking a deduction on the aile- from the University of Wisconsin recommending acceptance; of the “invaluable collection.” i These 5 stores Serve Food with their Dairy Queen • 2825 Johnson Av*. N.W. ‘ •2100 Sixth St.S.W. • 513 Williams Blvd. - Fairfax • 520 1st St. East - Mf. Vernon • 10th and Cedar — Tipton eight miles north of Hiawatha Research found that only 20 to gedly worthless scores. on highway 150. The request sought a commercial zoning for 16 acres of land that was rezoned to “recrea- 30 percent of that number actually had below-povertv incomes all six years. The 56-year-old bandleader, who is here for a week as music director of the Saratoga fair, Too Late The study indicates that 50 was indicted in New York City tional” several years ago to mi,,i(>n persons were below the on Tuesday, allow Dedic to operate a go cart P^verTv hne at least one of the track. Supervisor I who favored William Martin, the commerciai six years, and projections suggest that as many as 85 million Advice Claimed It was dated Jan. 12. 1969, al-, though the actual date was a year later, the indictment said. Under the Tax Reform Act of Henderson said the donation the cutoff date for tax J ii -ut x "    i    M tho I non nioroc of mndp deductions on such gifts was were eligible at some time dur- 0i Ine Luw pieces ot music.    * ' ing that period for welfare including the 676 scores he used Ju‘> . -x_______Ll- on tho WRC.TV ‘■Tonioht” chmn    I he mfllCtl ZOnaj)pear1*i * shoup I checks, food stamps or public an the NBC-TV “Tonight” show. would be more desirable for the neighborhood than a go cart track. No Objections There were no objections to ! the rezoning. Supervisors Jean Oxley and Richard Wenzel voted against the rezoning, citing the same grounds as the zoning commission, which had recommended denial, citing spot zoning, inconsistency with the zoning map and a larger than necessary amount of land involved in the i rezoning than would be required for the business. Mrs. Oxley said there is need lor repair shops for agricultural equipment, and that since the land in that area isn t prime agricultural land, a new zoning map might allow such development after work on the map is completed. xShe pointed out that under! present thinking, such development would be allowable at intersections of roads. No Building Permit Dedic admitted during the meeting Tuesday that he has! been doing repair work in a pole building on the premises since ! last fall, without having a build- i ing permit. He said he was under the impression that a permit was not needed, because the building was erected as a farm building and thus would be exempt. He said he started taking in work for others because he had no job with which to support his family. housing Not Way of Life were made “as per advice of my counsel.” An eight-count criminal tn- Morrill said the study dem- dictment said Henderson took a onstrated that welfare for the deduction for scores valued at poor “is not a ‘way of life,’ but $350,000 and claimed he had ad- a cushion against temporary in-;vice come loss.” from conductor-composer indictment said the donation was not completed until 1971 and Henderson was accused of falsely claiming to have made the donation before then. If convicted. Henderson, whose real first name is Lyle, Leonard Bernstein, band leader ^ace UP 10 ^‘ve >ears !n prison and a $10,000 fine. 5:30 9— £y#*ltnesi Ne//* 2—CBS N*** J-NBC New* 3—A BC New* 4—CBS New* 6—NBG New* I—CBS New* IO—NSC New* 12—Electric Company 13—NSC New* 40—Newsline Read Entertainment Pages Daily Via The Gazette Quasqueton Youths Admit Vandalism QUASQUETON - Two Quasqueton boys, ages IO and 12. have admitted vandalizing Find er’s Texaco station last week, according to Buchanan county sheriff’s officials. The youths have not been formally charged and are in the custody of their parents. 30 YEARS ALO — A Herman soldier captured in Normandy was 78 years old. \ ;