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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 13, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Television Today II.. f.... 01 H.v Jay Sharbutt The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., August 13, 1974 'Tomorrow' Plans Vietnam Visit Nearly Half of Tapes In Jaworski's Hands Inflation Looms as Top Election Issue NEW YORK (AP) YOUI But rarely hear much about Viet-i no bo. j WASHINGTON (AIM and the other By Arnold B. Sawislak tion were that the Republicans John Sirica said Monda; nam on network news shows these days. After 12 years as an almost-constant TV news fix- doesn't plan to become a war! :i nearly ha that ators. "The 01 apes sought 'members flTl) For were going to take a whipping that all campaign, the the of the Jlwiw- in ami the Presi- on was that of game- now changes by special Watergate prosecutor' Mitchell was criminally in- from Watergate to inflation Jaworski for use in in m. Democrats talked about corrup-.of Ford to the presidency could tion in Washington, they Republican losses in the aiming at the President and all'house from about to seats to who shared his Republican laM.iah'mt 40, and who heard And when liepublicans talked the estimate appeared to agree for" I Active fighting areas, such as the gotten sory except for those I Quo Son Vallev somlnvest of Da who lived it. Nang But next month, NBC-TV may "We're watching the whole air a quartet of CO-minute shows j scene with a little about South Vietnam, there for an unlikely si Tom Snyder's "Tomorrow" program. It all depends on how much of war is going on there taped] he admitted. "There's still 'a late this month. The segments will be probably, if it's widespread, we may just scrub the whole trip to Vietnam. an "Tomorrow" trip, If that doesn't happen, it'll be part of the second trip to Vietnam for scheduled to begin Aug. 22. In "Tomorrow1' in Burbank "Calif addition to Vietnam, three pro- grams will be done in Hawai and one in Hong Kong. The first show will be tapec entirely aboard a Hawaii-bounc 747 jumbo jet, with a program guest list that includes veteran pilot Ernest Gann, author o! "The High and the Mighty" and other aviation classics. The aim of the Vietnam seg- ments, says Snydcr, simply is to see what the country is like today, a year after the last U.S. combat force pulled out of a bit- ter war that still continues in the northern and the central part of the country. "Vietnam was so prominent in the news for what 10-12 years? and meant so much or so little -to people in the U.S. that I think it warrants going back Snyder said. "We simply want to see if we can give any assessments, any kind of look, or get any kind of feeling about what America left behind there after fighting so long and so hard for all the things we were told we were over there for.'" Snyder said he hopes to inter- view President Nguyen Van Thieu, as well as possibly visit the former U.S. base at Cam Ranh Bay and maybe do stories in My Lai, Da Nang and Hue. He said the itinerary isn't set vet. Snyder, who customarily does -Sirica, who has been wski to Ihe recordings to decide their relevancy to the case, said 17 new tapes will go U-II-II.M: lanu-r.s Ja- had d postpone- ment because ti'ere v.as previ- ously no indication wlien v.ide- about Water- might end. prosecutor. That makes 27 of the 64 conversations coveri-d by the supreme court order direct- ing former President Nixon to furnish the tapes lo Sirica. .Missing Tapes Eight other sousht-atter con- j (lucivc tu _ vcrsations were never recorded a f.lin.r ,ml Xixon did not end the scandal i'ial nor its political oxploita- ''ot" tion state campaigns. But it require candidates of both the [or re. that Nixon-s and form the" v.'er" lection votes, may havclhands of responsibility lor the Serious Inflation us mucil or more causedjiiie activities of the President's fiut the Ik-publicans are a the fail congressional rising asimen. Ion" way from home safe. The outrage over corruption and. Unlikely Capital inflation got serious under Nix- was hardj it seems unlikelv that on- but Ille national administra- In 1967, while working for a Philadelphia TV station, he flew to Vietnam with other Pennsyl- vania newsmen covering a war zone tour by then-Gov. William Scranton. The tour lasted only 1% weeks, he added. The entourage visited Saigon, Tay Ming, Plei- ku, Cam Ranh Bay and the car- rier USS Kitty Hawk before heading home. Snyder worried aloud that h pending second trip to the w, battered country could prove f tile. "It might be the wrong dec he said. "It's highly po sible that so many people in th country are so darned fed i with Vietnam they never wai to hear about it again." and th not be tape of a ninth co found, according these cle- .Nixon quit that the people were "f "f than.more concerned about rising U'e fl 't. than disc! figure. White House lawyers. Sirica had no comment when asked if the. trial, now sched- uled for Sept. 9, might be post- poned. He had previously turn- ed down several attempts by de- for posipone- fense attorneys ment. Meanwhile, former Ally. Gen. "fs of wrong- doing. Now, with the impeach- the defendants, .men! ruckus over, candidates former White House domestic are going to have to address affairs adviser John Ehrlichman.i themselves to the old fashioned already iiad asked for a mini-j-bread and butter" issues, mum two montlis delay means they must talk about Sirica said Monday he expects (stemming inflation County Hopes Centers To Ask the same request from lawyers i for the other four defendants. Omens of Whipping The judge said he hopes to I The prospects for the fall elec- House Sets Billio For Health Program WASHINGTON (AP) Th louse has authorized bi Ton for health programs tha lave been extended for th next two years. The measure, sent to the sen ate on a 359 to 12 vote Monda; vould continue a program i ilock grants allowing local au horities to spend funds large] 1 their own discretion for pul ic health needs. Television Listings 9-KCRG-TV. Cedar Rapids .2-WMT.TV, Cedar Ropidi Ottawa 4-WHBF-TV, Rock Island Davenport la Crowe 10-KROC-TV, Rochester 13-WHO-TV, Dei Moines Dubuque Tuesday Night News. News-.- 7-News, Wealher, Sots. Wealher, Sols. 4- News, Weather, Spls. 6-6 Idition 8-News, Weather Weather; Spts, Griffith 2-To Tell Truth Quiz Bobby Goldsboro 4-Hee How Emergency Goldsboro Suroeon Wildlife Make a Deal Tennis Mavie- "Prav lor Wildcals" 12 "Prov (or Wildcals" 10-Adam 12 Builds, Man Destroys 13-Adam 12 40-ABC Movie- "Pray tor Wildcats" FIve-0 Movie Flve-p Movie Flve-p Movie 12-Jeanne Wolf Hcwkins Hawkins Wclby Story Wclby Story Story Story Welby Eyewitness News News Wcother, Snls. 3_News, Weather, Sots. j_Ncws, Weather, Sots.- O'CIOCk Edition Sots., Weolher Weather, Spls. ol Nifjht News World of Entertmnmcnl 2-CBS Movic- "Murder Ahoy' 3_Wldc World of Entertoinmrnt Wild West fl-CnS Movie "Murdrr Ahov Theater 13-Tonlohf World of Entertainment Rowhlilc J-LoO Word Tomorrow Tomorrow Country Wednesday Morning Semester New Zoo Revue Semester '2-CBS News Todav 4-CBS News 8-CBS News 13-Today Room Zoo Revue Kangaroo 3-MUSIC Kangaroo Kangaroo Shaw Street Douglos 2-Joker's Wild That Tum that Tune Streak Streak Streak Streak Galloping Gourmet 9_Ail My Children You See It Rollers 3-AllMv Children 4-NowYouSee It Rollers You See It 10-Hlgh Rollers 13-High Rollers 40-Not for Women Only 9-Brody Bunch 2-Love of Life Squares Bunch Love of Life Squares 8-Love of Life Squares Squares Bunch 9--Pnssword 2-Youno and Reslless 7-JackDOt 3-Password 4 Young and Reslless 6-Jarknot R-Young and Reslless knot 1.1- Jockpot 9-Solit Second ;-Tomorrow Sweepstakes Second i onion ow I'elelirltv SweenMnkcs 10-Cclrbrlfv Sweepstakes Second Wednesday Afternoon V I New! 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Nixon's resignation and the tele- alsn he hopes UDIOnlST vised house judiciary committee i finish his own screening of the! Or impeachment hearings make it Watergate tapes by next Mon-j elclys impossible to select an im- cia-v- Tlle said some tapes j f partial jury now. 'have been ruled irrelevant In a motion filed with Sirica, Mitchell's attorneys said, "President Nixon's forced res- ignation has heightened the public view that Nixon and his close associates (such as) Mit- chell, were criminal con- spirators in Watergate." Judiciary Hearings Mitchell's attorneys also citei the judiciary committee hear ings, saying: "The pro-Nixo forces on the house held to the view that Mitchell and others were guilt' of serious crimes hi Watergati but not Nixon. "The pro-impeachment mem aers of the committee arguec :o the nationwide audience tha Nixon was guilty along with prosecutors lawyers. and White House Chinese, Arabs, Russians Bid for Brazilian Trade RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) Russia, China and ihe Arabs all appear to be wooing Brazil in bid to promote closer economi relations with Latin America Biggest country. A mission of 40 Arab business men arrived here Saturday fo the beginning of an 11-day visit and the government announce( t has received word from hot Moscow and Peking that the Communist superpowers are iceking closer economic ties. A spokesman said Sovie President Nikolai Podgorny in message received on Thursda; said the Kremlin wants to "am ilify and deepen contacts am with Brazil in all fields if interest." China made a similar over ure on the same day when isiting Chinese vice-minister ol oreign trade said that he was certain that relations be- ween our two countries wil! lave new development" and :ommercial exchanges would be n (lie increase. Brazil has been trying hard to ttract foreign trade from both he Communist Vest. bloc and the Soviets Report On Ford Speech MOSCOW (AP) Tass car- ied. a 250-word report Tuesday f President Ford's address to ongress, stressing his pledge to ontinue President Nixon's olicies toward the Soviet Union. "President Ford declared he intending to go on with the oreign policy line maintained nder Richard the of- cial Soviet news agency's dis- atch from Washington said. It then Ford: "Over 10 last years, in congress Jid as vice-president, I have ally supported the outstanding policy of President ixon. This I intend lo continue. "To the Soviet Union, I ledge continuity in our eom- lilment lo the course of the ist three years. To our two copies and lo all mankind, we ve a continued effort to live, id where possible In work. >lher in peace, for in a thcrmn- iclcar age, there can be no ternalive to a positive n n d Niceful relationship bolween ir two nations." Aid Provided To Boost Child Care Centers The Linn county board of so- cial services has appropriated to "provide financial as- sistance for the establishment and operation of licensed child care centers." The funds became available when the Iowa legislature passed an appropriation of to insure that quality day care be available through- out the state, particularly in counties of greatest need. The allocation of funds based on the number of low-in come families and children under age seven as listed in the 1970 federal census. The law stipulates that the funds are to be used to acquire or improve physical facilities and to acquire recreational o educational equipment or sup plies for licensed day car centers. The county board of social services will receive applica lions from existing or plannec child care centers which have regular, provisional license are in the process of applying for a license. The board has se Aug. 22 as the deadline for filing applications for funds. Further information is available by tele phoning 398-3950. Brenton Reports !4 Percent Rise In Total Income Brenton Banks, Inc., of Des Vloines, which controls 17 banks n Iowa, reported first half con- solidated income before securi- Jes transactions of or 1 per share, up H percent from or per share, for the same period the >revious year. Consolidated net income after securities transactions was or per share, up 5 percent from or 1.48 per share for the previous deposits increased 14 Total jcrcent at the end of the first half to from a year ago. C. Robert Brenton, president, ;aid loan demand continues to le strong. Total loans increased by 17.9 percent, from sn June 30, 1973, to >n June 30, 197-1. union leader vowed Tuesday that no flights will leave this southwest Australian city for London until Foreign Minister Don Willesee determines per- sonally that a young Soviet vio- linist has voluntarily decided not to defect. Rob Cowles, state secretary o the Transport Workers union refused to accept the word one of Willesee's aides that 18 y e a r o 1 d Georgy Ermolenki wanted to leave for Moscow on the first available flight. Cowles was among labor un i o n i s t s and students whc blocked Ermolenko's departure Monday night, demanding per sonal confirmation from the youth that he no longer wishei to seek political asylum in Aus tralia, as he had indicated Sun day. The federal police and the So viet cultural attache were or dered to produce the youth for court hearing on a writ o habeas corpus later in the day. Ermolenko, a Moscow univer sity student, was a member o the Soviet delegation to a con ference in Perth of the Interna tional Society of Music Educa tion. He said Sunday he wantw to remain in Australia because he did not like life back home. On Monday an announcemen was made that the youth ha( changed his mind and would re turn to Russia. Ermolenko and the other five members of the Soviet delega- tion boarded a British airliner for Singapore enroute to Lon- don, but got off after the habeas corpus writ was issued. Airport workers also said they would not fuel the plane unless they ;ot a personal statement from Ermolenko that he was leaving of his own free will. Even though the Linn social services department can no longer require certain day-care centers and nurseries to be li- censed, Ixiren Jansa, admin-1 istrator of Ihe department, said he hopes operators of such facil-: ities will be licensed voluntarily to maintain the quality of ser- vices. The Iowa supremo court ruled of social When1 useful issue for candidates, but dresses himself forcefully to the it is unrealistic to expect 'it to problem of inflation and if then- he Ihe prime topic of the cam 'he smallest sign of a break paign. in the price spiral, lie and the The first guess about the l'OP wi" "a tlle credlt Itical effect of .Nixon's resigna- votes ln Member. If the f lion has to be that it will cut' !TK'C rlso or accclcr- Rcpublican losses in November tnfc may be A well-regarded pollster the SOUP- Democratic governors several months ago that the succession! OpOOSG Action Listed Reporting Ililld flibyse Gsse Against Nixon WASHINOTON 'ACi House judiciary committee members taken a bipartisan stand opposing any house action that The Linn county department ;may be viewed as an indirect of social services, in an effort on impea services could not require man-! to provide full service to the -Mx and comply with Amtrak Train Derails, 27 Hurt WAKE FOREST, N.C. (UPI) An Amtrak train on a run rom New York to Miami with about 270 passengers aboard de- three miles south of here Monday night, injuring 27 per- ons. A spokesman at Wake Memo- rial hospital in Raleigh said 24 lersons were treated but only one of them who suffered a dislocated shoulder required lospitalization. Rex hospital, ilso In Raleigh, treated and re- eased three persons, a spokes- nan said. 20 YEARS AGO The senate !ealt (he administration a set- iack when it rejected a compro- lise atomic energy bill to li- ense atomic power plants and olstcr allies with more alomic nformation. Housekeepers Group To Meet Wednesday Eastern Iowa chapter of the] National Executive Housekeep-l crs Assn. will meet at Mercy' hospital Wednesday. Following the association's monthly meeting and luncheon, a tour of the new Mercy hospi- j lal addition will be conducted. Some commutes leaders, in- Chiding Chairman Rodino'ID- new child abuse legislation, JN.J., nct cven want <0 has implemented a 24-hour-a- (acceptance of the panel's im- Senate file 434 which provides1 day' sys- ipeachment report to a house financial assistance for the es-j tem reporting child because they fear it will be tablishment and operation of li-j abuses. datory licensing under chapterj community 327 of the Iowa code because the! children were not "lodged" at' the facility. Jansa homes, series censed day-care centers states that a center may request, but is not required, to be licensed to operate. Because of the two changes, said family day-care pre-schools and nur- and centers providing care for less than four hours per day would not be required to be licensed. He pointed out that the unli-j censed facilities would not be el- igible or entitled to federal or state funds in the form of appro- priations or matching funds. The two numbers for report- ing a suspected abuse case in Linn county are 398-3950 from 8 a.m. to p.m. Monday through Friday and 398-3955 after p.m. weekdays .and on weekends and holidays. The telephone numbers will put the caller in touch with a qualified person to deal with the report. viewed as "a back door vote on a committee source said Monday. Rep. McClory of Illinois, the committee's second-ranking Re- publican, predicted GOP mem- bers of the panel will stand sol- idly against formal house ac- tion. However, at least two Demo- crats called for a formal house vole to endorse the committee's findings. Lawyers Demand Nixon Discipline MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The National Lawyers Guild has urged that former President Nixon "be subjected to the ordi- nary processes of the criminal law" in connection with the Watergate scandal. The resolution adopted here over the weekend at the group's annual convention also said Nixon should be subjected to )rofessional discipline to deter- mine liis fitness to practice law. The organization, which claims a membership of awyers, legal workers and law students, added Nixon should be denied the usual honors granted to former Presidents. FOOD STORES SUPiR SPECIALS Grain Beit 12 12-OZ. CANS Whole Beef LB. 1 79 806-34th Street S.E. 225 Edgewood Rd. N.W. 1944.42nd Street N.E. 'ASTEETH'Powder, t takes the worry out of wearing dentures. The Office of Dr. C. R. Kitchen Optometrist Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Contact Lenses, By appointment only 395-6256 Closed Sun. and Mon. Lindale Plaza (10 point! far uch qucition tnnwrMf correctly) 1 President Nixon admitted he attempted {j blunt the investigation of the Watergate break-in that was being carried out by the F8I, then headed by Acting Director (CHOOSE ONE: L. Patrick Gray, Vernon 2 The Associated Milk Producers, Inc., the nation's largest dairy cooperative, pleaded (CHOOSE ONE: innocent, guilty) to charges of making illegal corporate do- nations to federal candidates in and 1972, 3 Ian Smith's party was returned to power in a landslide election victory in a South Africa b-Guinea c-Rhodpsia 4 Ankara is the capital of (CHOOSE ONE: Turkey, 5 Government officials in announced plans to nationalize most of the nation's 'ship-building, ship-repairing, and marine engineering- industries. a Chile li Great Britain c-Mexicp newsname (10 poimt If yw r.n kWnttf, thf, pwiw, H th, ntwt) THE WEEKLY QUIZ IS PART OF THIS NEWSPAPER'S SCHOOL PROGRAM (10 poinli If you iniwtr tfiii qimlion cormlly) _He is the Commissioner of the National Football League, 'which has been feeling the effects of a players' strike. Who is the NFL Commissioner? (2 point! for uch q will on intwtred correctly) mafchwords (4 polntt far Mch milch) 1.....penitence 2.....penchant 3.....trenchant 4.....tirade 3.....tyrant -long, b-cruel scolding cr unjust attraction c-strong liking d sorroiv for cue's doings to Ihe pom roundtable Family dlKUitlori (no Kort) Do you the pet iio is soiling loo large' ICOH: to 100 pohlt. TW (COM! M to 10 point. 71 lo 80 polnl. Good. 61 70 point. r.lr __________________ 812-7.1 VK. Inc.. Midlion. Wltconiln ANSWERS ON REVERSE PAGE   

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