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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                10 I'lie Cedar Kapids Kri., August 1974 Television Todav Bv Jay Sharbuti Mike Cimm-ii. Auburn, ind; (vjew Vienna Mayor von Kayc. Cudahy, Wis.: .luhiij Q jn r ff ,i, .r Leader Suffered Cuf Nose in Scuffle Session planned Now tin Taken fo Reformatory; 730 Million Watched Nixon Resign abou, .imii.ie occurred. The deien.-e attorney conchid 'u eii by saung iliat Hie evidence   parlseipale in a week- C.R. man Arrested, subniined bv the suite "did not long Mi.i-Ainerii-a V.Mi'A re- itiee! legal c.-f ciimir- N.'wlin Bubble Lee I'aliuor. -d. i Fifth au-nue was charged q tie Mr  i-i.iUri'i'iU'i' 'I'li'i   M t 1 n r VFsr -imi'-o- ilu' I. a l e r. Ninvlin reporteilly block thai was without eleclnei- -Ml A M'm "leinSeis. hay ihedn'le" lho electronics were ueak. ,asked lo speak to his two court- nken phce boluc'ei' ''-m- llornci' of Climon and Slein ABC's openin- live report 'appoinied attorneys, who servev's de-ilii -ind 'irr, P-m- however, was near The Public liro-irte-istin" 'rimos wonl si" i'ilrcad.v left- alld was leemner'nviv Irivc been'-i'c 'hospital. The area affected was othor instructors at the con- Serviee serving 24B linhl'ie TV !em (llle to lviri llne- lo lhe shot' in the back'of and Seventh "'il1 c'asali- Dcl .tminns il U-.-K chei-'klld al b> The .-i.lnrnev Seveillh and Kigllth hii-V judo lllSH-lldor at i uu MIDI 111 in lions; Konu ne'.er checked in ;Anaiiiosa al i> p.m by two nue and Sevenlh ......rtlunl-v jurv if Ihev had noi SE- j i stations, said il was airini; a 34-hnur special on ihe resig- nation at 8 p.m. KDT. Nixon's speech was carried l' live by Ihe nearly 650 TV sta- tions and radio Stations .mimu lune ueen HUHIL- oei The Cargill soybean mill was uho teach public broadcasting networks aired live re- _ "The fact that it was in also knocked out of service for a Beth Ormision. and the Mutual Broadeastin" assessing the public ;about hc sald- was aihis hand is consistent with cir- while, he said. homla Richards, targo. N.D.; Svstem but offering snrpris- inew experience for all ol us. I d c u m n j a evjdence He said he did not know the' .tillccd.-. to lhc de. condition of the squirrel. mnde his famous "Checkers" 'wviews. j lor counsel i decision, chiei prosecutor and 30 YEARS AGO The Keel problems. But ABC wasn't' It was a solemn jury that of .R. Mercy hospital was not affect- kanlte instructor at the Ellis V: 'turned the verdict against ,ho, n ed. the .spokesman said, but Si :Roulah Cedar Rapids. Jin. On leaving the courthouse J tll, wounds Luke's did k similar initial tlif- :Jur.v I'Oreman jacobson have bccn mnde fev 15 seconds di comprising the Ihree net- After the speech, all K'lined to comment on the m The Cargil works, public broadcasting three networks aired live re- jcration __ I d rather not ..The fact jt jn also knocked s. On Sept. 23. 1952. when he infiiy few in- rather not say anything.' nde his famous "Checkers" tervicws. wa.tmg lor the jury sfensc speech, onlv NBC televised All broadcast live coverage a the 30-minute address seen of Ford's brief speech to isst- 'lnn C.0.un At tuS0 peech by an estimated 50 million newsmen outside his home in oses Cool" t that .army tightened a noose around He attempted lo rule out pre-: German Baltic forces estimated viewers. CBS and Mutual Alexandria. Va. Public TV a cafe on the ground more than 20 divisions and aired it on radio. which stuck mainlv to the ithmg. ,lcs3 lha" a yon don't ponder in a m a s h e d a deeper wedge His Thursdav night speech studio, except for' a Lav. was handed down. continued by saying Poland toward German climaxed a frenzied dav for Favotte Park "remote.-" that anythmg was a "hot headed all broadcasters, a day punc- didn't air the Ford speech an mjibtice. luated by some 20 midday or live. j Closing Argument afternoon bulletins and up- Interview's with various po- In closing arguments Thurs- dates Ihat persistently jabbed litical figures flashed on and j day afternoon. Kopecky re- into network game shows and off the network TV screens iterated the contentions raised soap operas. throughout the night, which I throughout the four-day trial for CBS ended at about ilhat Nowlin "willfully, deliber-: The. networks', intensive a.m. and NBC and ABC about i ately and with premeditation planning for coverage of the 90 minutes later. i committed the murder" of Ser-j !v'ey. i He reminded the jury Ihat sixj had testified that' j Nowlin had admitted the killing. And, he said. Nowlin "had a considerable amount of time to! i inflict 34 stab wounds, time to 'hit Michael Servey and time to I shoot him he had time to 'think." j "It would be impossible to1 i commit an act like Ihat and i make statements about it with- Television Listings 2-WMT-TV, Cedar Ropids 7-KWWL-TV, Waterloo 9-KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids 3-KTVO, Ottumwa 4-WHBF-TV, Rock Island 6-WOC-TV, Davenport Friday Night 8-WKBT, La Crosse 10-KROC-TV, Rochester 12-KIIN-TV, lowaCily 13-WHO-TV, DesMoines Dubuqus K up your sponsor Dianks "Skateathon for Muscular Dystrophy Aug. 17 Picnic Packer Picnic Packer 10 pieces of chicken 2 pts. salad (your choice) 6 rolls 4 paper cups 4 napkins 4 sporks 1 table cloth 2 family size Cokes special picnic bag 15 pieces of chicken 3 pts. salad (your choice) 12 rolls 8 paper cups 8 napkins 8 sporks 1 table cloth 3 family size Cokes special picnic bag Visit The Colonel And Have A Barrel of Fun 1435 lit Ave. S.I. 4640 1st Avo. N.E. 1334 Edgewood Rd. S.W. PM Friday Third Round PM Saturday Final Round PM Sunday From Tanglewood Golf Club in Tanglewood Park, Clemmons, North Carolina August 9, 1. THE NIGHT CHICAGO DIED 1. (YOU'RE) HAVING MY BABY 3. I'M LEAVING IT UP TO YOU 4. ROCK ME GENTLY 5. WILDWOOD WEED 6. I SHOT THE SHERIFF 7. ROCK YOUR BABY 8. DON'T LET THE SUN GO DOWN ON ME 9. CLAP FOR THE WOLFMAN 10. SUGAR BABY LOVE 1 l.TAKIN1 CARE OF BUSINESS 12. ROCK THE BOAT I 3. WATERLOO 1 4. NOTHING FROM NOTHING 15. SURE AS I'M SITTING HERE 16. SHININ1 ON 17. FEEL LIKE MAKIN1 LOVE 18. LET'S PUT IT ALL TOGETHER 19. I LOVE YOU, I HONESTLY LOVE YOU 20. RIKKI, DON'T LOSE THAT NUMBER 21. FOREVER YOUNG 22. KINGS OF THE PARTY 23. CALL ON ME 24. WHAT'S YOUR NAME 25. RUB IT IN 26. ANNIE'S SONG 27. PLEASE COME TO BOSTON 28. IN MY LITTLE CORNER OF THE WORLD 29. WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE 30. ANOTHER SATURDAY NIGHT 1974 Paper Lace Paul Anka Don Marie Osmond Andy Kim Jim Stafford Eric Clapton George McCrae Elton John The Guess Who Rubefies Bachman-Turner Overdrive The Hues Corporation Abba Billy Preston Three Dog Night Grand Funk Roberta Flack The Stylistics Olivia Newton-John Steely Don Joan Baez Brownsville Station Chicago Andy and David Williams Billy "Crash" Craddock John Denver Dave Loggins Marie Osmond Bo Donaldson and tho Cat Stevens 1 10 4 6 3 13 5 2 M 19 15 8 9 25 7 17 11 26 16 12 28 20 18 27 23 HB HB HB HB HIT-BOUND I LOVE MY FRIEND THEN CAME YOU STEPPIN' OUT CAN'T GET ENOUGH .OF YOUR LOVE. BABE Charlie Rich Dionne Warwick and Spinnm Tony Orlando and Driwn Bnrrv While Record! listed on tho KCRG RADIO 1600 "Super 30" am ..p. afl.r and .on.ld.r.ng r-uord" IU ,no and the own opinion ot their audience a Sale or relate, of thli survey Ii prohlbltod.   

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