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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 12. The Cedar Rapids fiazette: Fri„ Auk list 2, 1374 rn avision Bv .lav Sharhutt —Dean— (Continued from Page l l Dean had cooperated “fully and unhesitatingly” with the various Watergate investigations. Religious Goods Taxable, Man Court Sewer Line But Station May Be Exempt On RebuiltCa'sln Hiawatha Religious phonograph records Your    Hit Parade1    Isn't a Hit Dean was fired by PresidentJ0ffered for sale can bt' no mor Nixon on April 30, 1973, shortly NEW YORK (AP) - It is against the law in Manhattan to boo nostalgia or speak harshly of dogs. This is why we write about the 1974 model of “Your Hit Parade” from our summer retreat in Bug Tussle, Texas “Your Hit Parade” began on radio in 1935. In 1949, it moved to television and stayed IO years. Starting tonight, CBS-TV is bringing it back for a five-week summer run. We ask the musical question. “Why?” The revived show tries to evoke the good memories of Snooky Hanson, Cisele MacKenzie. Dorothy Collins, Alan Copeland, Jill Corey, Tommy I.eonetti and Raymond Scott and the Hit Parade Orchestra. Their successors — vocalists Kelly Garrett. Sharalee. Chuck Woolery and Milton De-Lugg's Hit Parade Orchestra give it an earnest try, as do the Hit Parade singers and dancers. Even the Hit Parade harpist works her glissando to the bone. Alas, the old spirit just isn't there. * * * Friday night’s effort concerns which songs were on the Hit Parade the week of Oct. ! 26. 1935. lf you tune in you also will hear such familiar introductions as: “Sharalee spins a romantic daydream as she sings the No. IO song. . .” “Kelly Garrett is in fast company as she keeps a date with a beau and the No. 3 song ...” Most of this leads to some slightly ragged choreography, although only a heel could fault the tap-dance number on survey song No. 8. “Top Hat”. There still are two Hit Parade extras of 1974 vintage, performed by pop groups called Bo Donaldson and the Baywoods and Blue Magic. So much for the younger trade. ♦ * * Well, there are positive aspects to the show. For one thing, the guys who wrote the old songs featured in the program may need the royalties j they’ll get. from the national broadcast. And there is no indication as o f now that “Itsy-Bitsy-Teenie-Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini" will be revived, lf it is, I'm sending my pal, Marvin the Torch, to go see the producers of this show. It might create a situation not unlike that of the man who dragged his pet seagull to a German restaurant, despite warnings he was taking a tern for the wurst. This just in: Gene tfhalit, who maintains a stiff upper and lower lip by playing bassoon when he's not commenting on books and movies on NBC’s “Today” show, is going to conduct a symphony orchestra. * * * He got the invitation from the Orchestral Society of Westchester, N. Y., after remarking on the air he’d like to be a conductor if he weren’t a writer and a critic. .So this Saturday night, in Tarrytown. N. Y., he ll wave a baton at the society's orchestra. Alas, it won’t be televised. Kirkwood Sets Course for Cycle Riders A non-credit class for beginning motorcycle riders will be held at Kirkwood Community college Aug. 8-17. The class will cover riding skills, riding in traffic, off- j street riding, motorcycle maintenance and insurance requirements Anyone over 15 years of age may enroll. Tuition is $12. There will be five class meetings two of which are Saturday sessions totaling 17 4 hours The first class will be Thursday at 6 p.m. in building K on the Kirkwood campus. Persons wishing to preregister or obtain more information should telephone Al Louvar at 398-2371. . Television Listings 2—WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 7—KWWL-TV, Waterloo 9—KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids 3—KTVO, Ottumwa 4—WHBF-TV, Rock Island 6—WOC-TV, Davenport 8—WKBT, la Crosse IO—KROCTV, Rochester 12—KIIN-TV, Iowa City I 3—WHO-TV, Des Moines 40—KDUB, Dubuque Friday Night 6:00 2—Action News 7—News. Weother, Spts. •—Eyewitness News 3—News, Weather, Spts. 4—News, Weather, Sots. 6-4 O'Clock Edition 1—News, Sots., Weother IO—News. Weother, Sots. 12—Aviation Weother 13—Eyewitness News 40—Newsline 6:30 2—To Tell Truth 7—Hee How 9—Andy Griffith 3—Price Is Right 4—Wild Wild West 6—Hollywood Squares 1—Olrty Solly 10—Dusty'$ Trail 12—Conversation 13—Hee How 40—Nashville Music 7:00 2—Your Hit Porode 9—Baseball— Cubs Met* 3—Six Million Dollar Man 6—Sanford and Son •—Lawrence Welk IO—Santord ond Son 12—Washington Week 40— Six Million Donor Mon 7:30 2—Good Times 7—Brian Keith 4—Good Times 6— Brion Keith IO—Brian Keith 12—Wall Street Week 13—Brion Keith 8:00 2—CBS Movie-"Legend of Lyloh Clare" 7—NSC Movie— "Kaleidoscope ’ 4—CBS Movie— "Legend of Lylah Clare" A—NSC Movie— "Kaleidoscope 1 I—CBS Movie— ’ Legend of Lylah . Clare'’ IO—NBG Movie— ' Kaleidoscope ' 12—Life Adventure 13-NBG Movie— * Kaleidoscope" 8:30 3—Odd Couple 40—Odd Couple 9:00 3—Toma 12—Prisoner 40— T Oma 9:30 9—Toma 10:00 2—Action News 7—News. Weother, Spts. 9—Eyewitness News 3—Newsbeot 4—News, Weother, Sots. 6— IO O Clock Edition 1—News, Sots., Weather IO—News, Weather, Spts. 12—Day at Night 13—Eyewitness News 40—Newsline 10:30 2—Movie— "Jungle Fighters" 7— Tonight 9—Creature Feature— "Frankenstein" 3-Wide World of Entertainment 4-Wild Wild West 4— Tonight •-CBS Movie — "Premature Burial" IO—Tonight 12— Ingmor Bergman Films 13—Tonight 40—Wide World of Entertainment ii rn ock Concert 12:00 2—Lost Word 7—Midnight Speciol 9—Creoture Feature— "Target Earth” 6—Midnight Special IO—Midnight Special 13—Midnight Special 1:00 4—Country Music Saturday Morning 6:30 2—Summer Semester 8—Summer Semester 13—Agriculture 7:00 2—Hair Bear Bunch 7—Lidsviile 9—Bugs Bunny 3—Bugs Bunny 4—Holt Bear Bunch 6—Lidsviile 8—Hair Bear Bunch Lidsviile 13—Lidsviile 40—Bugs Bunny 7:30 2—Sabring 7—Addams Family 9—Yogi s Gong 3—Yogi's Gong 4—Sabrina 6—Addams Family 8—Sabrina 10—Addams Family 13—Addams Family 40—Yogi s Gang 8:00 2—Scooby Goo 7—Emergency 9—Super Friends 3—Super Friends 4—Scooby Doo 6—Emergency 8—Scooby Doo IO—Emergency 13—Emergency 40—Super Friends 8:30 7—Inch High 6—Inch High IO—Inch High 13—Inch High 9:00 2 —Favorite Martians 7—Sigmund 9—Lassie 3—Lassie 4—Favorite Martians 6—Sigmund 8—Favorite Martians IO—Sigmund 13—Sigmund 40—Lassie 9:30 2—Jeonnie 7_pjnk Panther 9—Goober 3—Goober 4—Jeonnie 6—Pink Panther 8—Jeonnie 10—Pink Panther 13_Pink Panther 40—Goober 10:00 2—speed Buggy 7—Star Trek 9—Brady Kids 3—Brady Kids 4—Speed Buggy 6—Star .Trek 8—Speed Buggy 10—Star Trek 13—Star Trek 40—Brady Kids 10.30 2—Josie and Pussycats I- Butch Cassidy 9—Mission—Magic 3—Mission—Magic 4—Josie and Pussycats 6- Butch Cassidy 8 —Josie and Pussycats IO—Butch Cassidy 13- Butch Cossidv 40—Mission- Magic 11:00 2—P ^■ebbles 7—Jetsons 9 -Superstar Movie 3—Superstar Movie 1 4—Pebbles 6—Jetsons 8—Pebbles IO—Jetsons 13—Jetsons 40—Superstar Movie 11:30 2—Pot Albert 7—Go 4—Fat Albert 6—Go 8—Fat Albert 10-Go 13-Go Saturday Afternoon 12:00 2—Children's Film Festival 7—Bonanza 9—Bandstand 3—Bandstand 4—Children's Film Festival 6—Loredo 8—Children's Film Festival IO—Outdoors 13—Wrestling 40—Bandstand 12:30 IO—NFL Action 1:00 2—Roller Come 7— Baseball OriolesT igers 9—Earth Lab 3—Lassie 4—Bible A— Baseball Orioles-Tigers 8— Movie— "Monkey Business" 10—Baseball Orloies-Tlgers 13—Baseball Orloles-Tigers 40—Roller Games 1:30 3— Movie-"Little Angel ' 2:00 2—Movies— ‘■m Spartans , "Bottle of the Sexes" 9— Movie— "Oregon Trod" {—Untamed World 40- Mo vie- “Laxdoie Hoi!" 2:30 4— NY. PO 3:00 3—Untamed World 4—Movie "Blue Veil" 8—Movie 3:30 f—KMTV Golf 3—Showcase Three 12—Bicycle Championships 40—Yancv Derringer 4:00 7—Porter Wagoner 3- Wide World of Spts. 6—Movie— "Showdown" 10— Bonanza 13— KMTV Golf 40— Wide World of Sots. 4:30 T— Wrestling 8—Untamed World 5:00 4—Jimmy Oean 8—Jimmy Dean IO— Jimmy Peon 12—Sesome Street 5:30 2— CBS News 7— NBG News 9—ABC News 3— ABC News 4—CBS News 6—NBG News 8—CBS News IO—NBG News 12—Electric Company 13—NBC News 40- ABC News after he began talking with prosecutors. Dean is the ninth former Nixon White House aide sentenced to prison. Designed To Limit Dean pled guilty Oct. 19, 1973. to joining a conspiracy designed lo limit the original Watergate investigation and keep it away! from the door of the White House. The 35-year-old lawyer hacL sought complete immunity but the proscutors insisted that he plead guilty to one count of conspiracy to obstruct justice. Dean was an explosive witness before the senate Watergate committee last summer. In five days of nationally broadcast testimony he described his attendance at meetings where 1972 plans to wiretap the Democrats were discussed and said he believed that the President knew the original Watergate investigation w'as to be covered up.    | Impeachment Witness He also was an important on the witness before the impeachment past week. tax exempt than hearing aids, Linn District Judge William R. Eads ruled Wednesday. The ruling regarded a petition ment (including radio transmit-; ting equipment for station KTOF) at 158 Collins road NE. The inventory, which consisted mostly of records but also included tape players, was not' 0f solely for the use of the associa ted! Ervin Meier, Walker, filed a petition in Linn district court Wednesday contending that the Linn county treasurer refused to issue him certificates title to three automobiles Is Completed Five Candidates Seek Seats on Kirkwood Board filed by the Buddy'Pucker Evan- tion, ruled Eads. To gain a re-1 gelistic Assn., Inc., which ap- tiglons tax exemption, properly) pealed the Cedar Rapids board of review’s decision not to grant it property tax exempt status. Eads ruled that selling records to further religious aims could be compared to selling hearing aids to enable persons to hear the sermon. The association with its mary witness, Buddy Tucker, 200 Ridge drive, Marion, which he has rebuilt. He asked the court to issue a writ of mandamus requiring ..    .    .that    certificates of title be is- gious organization, according o , . .    -    ,n.,„    .    .    „ , , i    h    sued    to him for a 1937 and two must be used onlv bv the reli- state code. But when the records or other inventory are sold, even if no profit is derived, then the inventory is no longer being used by the association and cannot be pri- designated tax exempt, ruled Eads. Eads allowed that a “serious claimed a religious tax exemp- question” had been raised coation for 1972 on its inventory, cerning granting of tax exempt equip- status to this particular property of a religious organization. But he noted that the items sold by the association could be purchased in other stores and could be used for purposes not necessarily religious. "Bolter Water Week”, which Eads was    to    grant will be recognized in Cedar:,a* ^Pt status to theorgam- Rapids the week of Aug ll. was za,IOn,Vad,°    but on|y,! the subject of a poster confest! 1933 Ford automobiles. Meier bought the cars but never obtained the title deeds for them, according to the Linn treasurer’s office Certificates of title cannot be issued without proper documentation of ownership, said a spokesman for the treasurer’s office Residents iii the Quaas addition may now hook up lo the city sewer system, the Watha city council was informed Thursday night in its regular for meeting. It was reported that the sanitary sewer project in this addition is now complete. Work is still under way on the sewer Two of the three seats on the Kirkwood Community college board of directors expiring this Hia- September are being contested. Three persons are competing (hance to represent district 7, now rcpre-by Morris Allen of Marion who is retiring from the board. In district I, incumbent llob- the director sented system in the Kainz. addition, a the 1974 ort Davidson, a farmer J rom second area involved in sewer project. Discussed at the meeting was an extension of the sewer system into land obtained for a city park from the Quaas estate. The city has paid $5,000 to the furniture, fixtures and Winners Listed For City Water Poster Contest “His only recourse is lo try to estate for 22 acres north of the establish that ownership)Hiawatha grade school. Thurs-through the courts,” said the of ficial. city’s playgrounds this inquiry of the house judiciary, committee, where he once worked as a member. In his spoke on Recognizing the water needs of a city the size of Cedar Republican staff Rapids ancj the importance of pure water, the children of the basis. He asked for a profit and loss statement for the radio station KTOF by Aug. 30 to determine its financial status. Mrs. William Murray Dies in Scotland Mildred Kumiss Murray, 71, wife of Dr. William G. Murray, Ames, died Friday at a hospital in Edinburgh, Scotland, where the couple had been vacationing. day, city attorney Moyer recommended that city hold back $2,500 of remaining $50,000 owed for Mechanicsville; is being challenged by Edward English. West Branch, a guidance counselor at the University of Iowa. Those running in district 7 are: Maition L. Hill, 40. of 4325 Willowbrook drive NE, coordina-dinton tor of trades and industry at the Kennedy high school: Roland J. the Krouse, route three, Marion, an elementary school principal for the land until the abstract has been ii1*’ AI b u r nett Community schools; and Robert Potter, 336 Sixth avenue. Marion, a salesman for Potter Real Estate, more fully studied. Tentative approval was given to the agreement proposed by the Linn county solid waste commission. Also preliminarily approved was the $34.61 assessment for taking part in the east centra! Iowa area crime com- Marion. In district 3. incumbent Roy Wingate of Iowa City is unopposed All are three-year terms. . Dr. Murray is professor emer- mission. testimony there he playgrounds were asked to I a broad sweep of Wa- enter posters in a city-wide con- tergate issues from misuse of test demonstrating how they felt the Internal Revenue Service to his own order for Hunt to flee the country after the breakin at the Democratic national committee headquarters June 17, 1972. He was the third person to plead guilty 10 joining the Watergate cover-up conspiracy. Dean and the others, Nixon reelection campaign aides Frederick LaRue and Jeb Stuart Magruder, are all likely witnesses in the cover-up trial scheduled to begin Sept. 9. Six men, including former Atty. Gen. Mitchell, for whom Dean once worked in the justice department, have pled innocent in the case. about water. A total of 105 entries from the 37 playgrounds were entered in the competition. East Side side competition. Campaign Trail itus at Iowa State university. He was a candidate for governor twice. Mrs. Murray was born Jan. 7, 1903, in West Liberty. She was graduated in 1924 from Coe college. where she was a member of Phi Kappa Phi and the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. The fire department was authorized to purchase equipment for the new emergency fire van. All items, as well as the vehicle itself, are financed from revenue sharing funds. TV Debates Set For Culver, Stanley SIOUX CITY -candidates for U.S. - Both Iowa senator have Stanley: Return Gifts In Impeachment Issue CEDAR FALLS - State Rep. David Stanley said in a news First place. Diane Dozier. Ar- release Friday that Congress- In the east winners were: thur; 2nd place, Lisa Tow . Daniels park; 3rd place, Janet Sabin, Monroe; 4th place. Lori Enzer, Nixon; 5th place, Linda impeachment of President Brunke, Bowman Woods: 6th place. Becky Krekeler, Erskine. Gary Withered Madison; 2nd place, Cheryl Hindman, Hoover; 3rd place. Trudy Wilson, Hoover: 4th place, Cindy Jauman, Fillmore; 5th place, Surviving in addition to husband are two sons, Dr. David G . Syracuse, N.Y., and John, Ames; a daughter, Mrs. Thomas M. Sutherland, Fort Collins, Colo.; and seven grandchildren. Services are pending at Collegiate Presbyterian church in Ames. Two Men Charged In Yager Murder ADEL (AP) — Two men have been charged with first degree against impeachment,” Stanley murder in the fatal shooting of The resignation of Mrs. Joe accepted invitations to partici-Moore from the library board pate in a series of television rie. was accepted. A liquor license nates, it was announced Friday lier was approved for Robert Voeltz by William Turner of KCAU-TV of the Play-Mar lounge. No Board Races In N. Winneshiek man John Culver should return all campaign gifts from organizations lobbying for or against Nixon. ..    Stanley,    Muscatine    Republi- West side results: First place. can ancj cuiveI\ Cedar Rapids Democrat, are foes for the U.S. senate. “When the house votes for or to the three incumbents seeking jucjaed re-election to the College Community school board this fall. place. Tammie Shields, Jacolyn Finalists The No Contests for iodide' Sha'iT Jacoi^r'lfh!?"d _"i,s .de5ision9 must not bc Richard Yager. 62. Adel College Board There will be no challengers a i n t e d money. “Every by pressure group congressman has a One of the men. Robert Lewis Smith. 39. pleaded innocent Thursday before Magistrate 12 finalists were then duty to make an honest and in- Shirley Horan, who set his bond ^eP*' to determine the city dependent judgment with no fi- at 5100 000. trophy winners. Third place was nancial obligation to either awarded to Cheryl Hindman, the three- 4120 Midway drive NW. Second at 5 p.m. place went to Lisa Tow, 1606 K the incum- avenue NE. First place was bents having returned papers, awarded to Gary Withered, 3225 George Meanv. AFi^Ho pres- The randidatps and thpir dis- A owmio MUJ    I-.    .    7    *    ’.    ..    „ ident. who wants the President Nominations for year terms closed Thursday with only side.” Stanley said Culver has re ported a $6,500 from a committee headed by The candidates and their dis tricts are Daryl Hvnek, director district 6: Robert Krob. district 5. and William Boland, jr., district I. The candidates are required Abernathy, to reside within the director district which they represent, but all directors are voted on by the entire school district In addition, treasurer David N e u h a u s filed nomination papers for re-election to that post. Alburnett Man Pleads Guilty Gary Frazier. Alburnett. Wednesday changed his plea in Linn district court to guilty on ^broadening March I charge of breaking and entering. Frazier was charged in connection with a break-in and larceny at Dave’s ABCO service station. 584 Seventh avenue, Marion. Sentencing is set for Aug. 30 pending completion of a pre-sen-tencing investigation report. Read the Want Ads O avenue NW Judges for the poster contest were Barb Waychoff, craft supervisor for the playgrounds; Mary Ellen Cassidy and Jean junior playground supervisors; Kathie Kelly and Chuck Learner, employes of the Cedar Rapids water department. All 105 posters will be displayed in the windows of the former Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. offices. Second avenue and Second street SE. during the week of Aug. ll. impeached. Dunham Found Guilty Of Assault Charge DES MOINES - Charles V. publisher of the Deep found guilty in magis-$75 The other, Ivyle Edward Kim-mel, 30. St. Mary’s, requested that he be represented by an at- contribution tprney and his arraignment was delayed until he could obtain one. His bond also was set at $100,000. Yager was gunned down dur- auto accident ing an apparent robbery at-    - tempt by two men at his service station and cafe in Adel Tuesday evening. Cardinal Dies BOLOGNA. Italy (AP) - II-debrando Cardinal Antoniutti, 75, a leading Vatican conservative who for IO years headed the Vatican’s Congregation for the Religious, died Thursday in an here. Turner, past president of the Iowa Broadcasters Assn. (IBA), said Congressman John Culver, Cedar Rapids Democrat, and State Rep. David Stanley, Muscatine Republican, will appear in Sioux City Sept. 27, Des ~ ■ .g period1 Oct. 16. He said arrangements may be made for another appearance over an Omaha station and the live debates will be taped for showing on stations other than the originating stations at different times so they will enjoy the widest circulation. Reporters from local televi-stations will appear with the candidates at each stop, Turner said. Stanley and Oliver made their first joint appearance on the Iowa Education-al Broadcasting Network stations last Sunday evening. DECORAH - No North Win-11 e s h i e k Community school board contests developed during;Moines Oct. 8 and Cedar Rapid* the nomination filing which ended Thursday, accord ing to Mrs. Darrell Bruening, secretary. Mrs. Bruening said the only [candidates to file are Joan Schissel. district two. and Karl Winter, district five, whose terms expire this year. Mrs. Schissel and Winter will seek re-election to three-year terms in the school election slon Zero in on a want ad and sell those useful but not longer needed items. Dial 398-8234. W/nqe/i4 For the Finest* in Paints Dunham, River Record, was of assault and battery trate's court and fined IO YEARS AGO - The senate voted a big increase in funds for college student loans as it passed a bill extending and the National Defense Education act. Thursday. The sentence stems from a July 2 incident when Dunham attempted to stop Robert Shriver, an agent of the Iowa revenue department, from auditing his books. The jury deliberated an hour and a half before sentence was handed down by Magistrate Garland Welsh. CHICAGO CUBS VS. NEW YORK METS 7:00 PM FRIDAY LIVI from Shea Stadium Grain Belt OOO Contest Winners (Week of July 21st to July 27th.) FIRST WEEKLY PRIZE ALUMACRAFT 17’ QUETICO CANOE MINN KOTA 35 ELECTRIC FISHING MOTOR GOULD POWERBREED 60 BATTERY James C. Nelson Minnetonka, Minn. 55343 SECOND WEEKLY PRIZE ARCTIC IO SPEED BICYCLE Nita Blanchard Park Rapids, Minn. 56470 THIRD WEEKLY PRIZE PHILLIPSQN/3M BASS TAMER ROD & REEL Faye A. Busch Lake City, Minn. 55041 FOURTH WEEKLY PRIZE NORDIC WARE OUTDOOR COOKING SET Paul H. Durichek Minneapolis, Minn. 55416 FIFTH WF EK LY PRIZE 3M COLOR PRINT FILM AND PROCESSING James 'Red' Nelson Minneapolis, Minn. 55404 SIXTH WEEKLY PRIZE GRAIN BELT 56 QUART METAL COOLER Sandra K. Smith Burnsville, Minn. 55337 ENTER OFTEN...ONLY WEEKLY PRIZE WINNERS ARE ELIGIBLE FOR GRAND PRIZES., f JO RADIO ICOO SUPER August 2, 1974 1. THE NIGHT CHICAGO DIED 2. DON’T LET THE SUN GO DOWN ON ME 3. WILDWOOD WEED 4. I’M LEAVING IT UP TO YOU 5. ROCK YOUR BABY 6. ROCK ME GENTLY 7. SURE AS I’M SITTING HERE 8. ROCK THE BOAT 9. WATERLOO 10. (YOU'RE) HAVING MY BABY 11. FEEL LIKE MAKIN’ LOVE 12. FOREVER YOUNG 13. I SHOT THE SHERIFF I 4. CLAP FOR THE WOLFMAN 15. TAKIN’ CARE OF BUSINESS 16. RIKKI, DON T LOSE THAT NUMBER 17. SHININ ON 18. WHAT S YOUR NAME 19. SUGAR BABY LOVE 20. CALL ON ME 21. WILD THING 22. BE THANKFUL FOR WHAT YOU GOT 23. ANNIE’S SONG 24 I LOVE YOU, I HONESTLY LOVE YOU 25. NOTHING FROM NOTHING 26. LET S PUT IT ALL TOGETHER 27. RUB IT IN 28. KINGS OF THE PARTY 29. WORKIN AT THE CAR WASH BLUES 30. AIR DISASTER Paper Lace I Elton John 4 Jim Stafford 3 Don & Marie Osmond 6 George McCrae 5 Andy Kim 2 Three Dog Night 12 The Hues Corporation 7 Abba 8 Paul Anka HB Roberta Flack 14 Joan Baez 13 Erie Clapton 23 The Guess Who 25 Bachman-Turner Overdrive • 26 Steely Dan IO Grand Funk 19 Andy and David Williams 9 Rubettes • 24 Chicago 15 Fancy 16 William DeVaughn 11 John Denver 21 Olivia Newton-John 27 Billy Preston HB The Stylistics HB Billy "Crash” Craddock HB Brownsville Station HB Jim Croce 22 Albert Hammond 18 HIT-BOUND YOU LITTLE TRUSTMAKER WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE ANOTHER SATURDAY NIGHT YOU HAVEN’T DONE NOTHIN Th* Tymei Bo Donaldson Th# Heywoodt Cat Stevens Stevie Wonder Record* luted on the KCRO RADIO 1600 “Super 30“ are (elected by KCRO atter evaluating and considering record sales, listener request* and the station's own opinion of their audience appeal. Sale or resale of this survey U prohibited. ;