Cedar Rapids Gazette, August 30, 1974, Page 7

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August 30, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa I envision od av j School Issues Aired dd j r* /• i i ;if financial cutbacks arc necessary, they should not bo at the expense of teachers. Rather, she contended, staff members Magistrate Court —- Hv .Ihy Kilnrhi^ty bv board Landidal QC and capital outlays for items ABC Close-Up Hip Cedar Rapids Gazette: l r!., August 30, 1971 Ward's Inspection Permit Suspended NL VV YORK (AF) - You may be a bit pooped at the (Mid of (ho Labor day weekend, but (ako a look Monday night at ABC News’ “Clo.se-Up” which dwells on the programs the three networks offer viewers every night of tho year. The hour-long show, covering only entertainment programs, studies how and why they're aired, and the effect ratings, advertisers, various critics and the much-publicized annual senate hear ings run by Sen. .John Pasture (D-R.I.) have on the direction these shows take. Called “Prime Time TV: The Decision Makers”, its a fair over-all look at a much-belabored subject. Ifs worth watching if only to learn more about various pressures shaping the networks’ evening schedules. Alas, it is as hard-hitting as a wet noodle. ♦ * N o startling revelations emerge, the pesky issue of reruns never is raised and the show s explanation of the controversial A. C. Nielsen rat-igs system — the heart of television life — is skimpier than the string bikini. The biggest gripe I have about the show is that virtually all of it centers on the New York establishment, with wellknown worthies here emitting the same criticism or words of defense they’ve made to print reporters for years. The hinterlands, as some call any place ouside Manhattan. are barely represented. The general managers of stations WFAA in Dallas and WZZM in Grand Rapids, Mich., check in, as do Richard Shull and Anthony LaCamera, TV critics for the Indianapolis News and the Boston Herald American. ♦ * * But that’s it.. And no average viewers are given a say. which easily could have been worked in had ABI; excised from the show what amounts lo a self-serving corporale defense lur .showing I he movie, “Fuzz’’. I d love lo see what’d happen if a network bent on examining its navel and those of its competitors had it done by an affiliate with a good news operation — say, WCCO in Minneapolis or KUTV in Salt Lake City. The idea simply would he to examine network television with a non-New York perspective. I know the sun will rise in the west before this happens, but the change could prove highly beneficial. Ah, well, check out ABC’s show Monday night anyway. It has its share of flaws, but at least it offers a taste of what goes on along Broadcast Row', goings-on network TV news specials rarely examine. And what this “Closeup” segment omits or skips over might even provoke a harder try by the two other networks. * * * In other Labor day weekend viewing matters, comedian Jerry Lewis’ annual Muscular Dystrophy telethon kicks off from Las Vegas. Nev., .Sunday at 8:30 pm CHT. Itll continue until 5:30 p.m. Monday. The show', featuring over 160 stars, also will come from Nashville and New York, and be broadcast by 174 stations, according to telethon officials. They say last year’s show raised more than $13.5 million — of which 15 percent went for expenses — for muscular dystrophy research. No Negotiation With Kidnapers GUADALAJARA, Mexico (AP) — The government said Thursday that it will not negotiate with the kidnapers of the 83-year-old father-in-law of Mexico's president because it “does not make deals with criminals.’’ By Tom Fruehiing    and listen to Light of the nine candidates suKg(1-sfi'>n^ ^ for three seats on the Cedar Rapids school board gave brief statements and answered audience questions Thursday night at Kennedy high school. The program, intended for voter information prior to ’he Sept. IO school election, was co-sponsored by the Cedar Rapids Education Assn, the Jaycees, the League of Women Voters and the Parent-Teacber-Student Assn. Jaycee President Dr. Robert Bishop served as moderator. Running for the two three-year terms on the board — and present Thursday night were Mrs. Curran Rosser. Jan Zon-ncveld and Robert Barber. complaints and i ^r<)PPec^- Replying to the sarm ques.ion concerning the possibility of Benefits “Worst’’ Magistrate Hears 2 Drunk Driving Cases a 'two people appeared in mag- lion permit of Montgomery The Iowa Motor Vehicle Inspection Bureau has suspended for 30 days the inspection sta- He also criticized the present Juiced budget ii attendance j.strate’s court Thursday on I Ward Auto board for failing to put taxldr0Ps* Mrs- Kosstr said ad-;charges of drunk driving.    'street SF. Service, 624 Third Most C. R. Firms Close For Holiday There will be little labor Monday, Labor day, as most busin-,s*jesses and offices will shut down dollars “in the right places.’’ He muustrative costs should be Tyrone Meyer, no address,! State officials have also ...    ...... called teacher benefits as.,r'mm,'d- She favors retention was bound over *to the grand sued a warning concerning cor- f .    . among the “worst in thejCerent teachers and .smaller jury following a preliminary reef safety check procedures to or e 10 l( In Europe country,” and argued th.it art j flosses, and music programs in the school system are being decimated. Mrs. Rosser claimed to be running from “a consumer standpoint,” which she feels is lacking on the current board. She said the “quality of education is directly correlated with the quality of teaching'’ and expressed the view that more emphasis should be placed on teaching rather than administration. .She said she supports improv- Plans To Move Although all candidates on the I Present board president Nor- mg the junior high system, in-man Lipsky, also on the ballot,!eluding the renovation of the is currently in Europe.    four junior high schools. Candidates to fill the two    Decrease    in    Control years of unexpired term of Zonneveld expressed concern Steve Sovern are Mark Dona-j over what he sees as “a conflict hue. Mrs. Mary Ann Kucera, between parents and teachers.” Howard Beall, Carl Ledford and He said there has been a “de-Scott Olson.    J    crease of non-parental control of Beall, a former Cedar Rapids]education in the United States.'' elementary school teacher now He claimed that with this with the guidance and counseling center, focused on what “shifting of the control of education from the parents . . . dis- he considers lack of discipline in aster is just around the corner.” hearing. He was arrested Aug. IO. The charge against William ballot now reside on    the east Lynch, who gave a    Texas side of Cedar Rapids, Olson address when arrested, was denoted he plans to move to the missed. He was arrested May 9. west and that he feels repre-U973-sentation from all segments of the city    is important.    Court Disposes of Zonneveld argued that educa- Two Assault Cases n S(,!on la:' ‘Vlar<h wi'h VVa’.'f! tion in this country is “lagging T    appeared in maeis h?akin? ,he re^uircd mspefion behind other countries ”    \    ^ appeared in mages- |J(l had th car reln5pSC!ed am' oenina    omer coui.irw.s.    trate s court on charges    of as-i#    hn'rk,    ni called for more balance in cd* gaujt an(j tottery    ejected because ot a ucation” and more freedom for The charge' against John students.    Jacobs, Springville , was rfis- Saying that there now exists m i s s e d Thursday. He was as much as a 10-year spread in charged with assaulting Gene learning abilities among ele- Parker, a Linn county deputy mentary students of the same sheriff, on Jan. 31. age, Beall supported what he Tom Trosky, Toddvilie, was called “homogeneous grouping”'found guilty Wednesday and of children with similar capabil- fined $25 and costs. He was ities.    j charged with assaulting Martha No Support    Spinka on June 2. Asked about discipline, Dona-;    ~    “    “ hue said he was “an old-time) SaXBe, ScYeSlllger Midway Auto Service in Todd-J harold Ewoldt, general man-ville    agor of the Chamber of Com- Mike O'Donnell, supervisor merer*, said that all but some for the state agency, said service-connected retail es-Ward’s permit will he suspend- jority of plants in the area have cd until Sept. 19 as the result of tablishments will he closed. la complaint filed bv Lawrence And. he added, the vast ma-! See of route one, North Liberty, the day off writ*en into the con-See said he purchased a car ,rae» leak in the exhaust system, arid deficient brake cylinders and shock absorbers. The complaint again?* Midway Au o Service was filed by James Saunders of Independence, who purchased a 196f A’! city, county, state and fed-1 offices will close Monday. Th T" will he no garbage col-' ■i'm so tregular .schedule ll >v' set back enc day. There lh' ?• rhage pickup the Satire / aUer Labor day. Citv dimming pools will s • f r the season Monday ’ight. City buses, including SEATS for the elderly, brakes. While state hearing officers ruled that the inspection proce- conservative” who believes in _    7    _    ”    dure may not have been fol- rules and regulations. He cor.- I BIK 0V6T MlTlRCStJf lowed exactly, the car was in tended the “biggest problem'' is WASHINGTON (AP) — Atty safe condition. Hence, a warn-muchjthat teachers "get no support (jPn ya\be and Defense Secre- big and not a suspension was issued. vehicle from a private party in j ranspor adon Cedar Rapids. The complaint ‘ will not run. concerned front-end springs and! "Hr re will be no delivery of the procedure for inspecting the}ritv or rn-a1 mail, other than special delivery. Post office window wviu will not he provided. altrough the lock box lobby rn main office will be open from 5:30 a.rn the school system.    i    He    said    he    is    very “I feel that the key problem!against governmental involve-jfrom parents."'    tarv Schlesinger discussed on we have is a lack of respect for ment in school programs and in, Ledford, in amplification of Thursday the conditional amides,” he commented “We favor of a “return to the teach-an earlier statement, told the ncsty proposals they will de-cannot educate if we have Jostling of basic skills.”    audience    that    he wanted “to liver to President Ford, control of the class.”    Barber,    an    incumbent    on    the1    prove    as    a    black    citizen to other The tw'o cabinet officers went board, stated he was “proud of black citizens that it is possible into an afternoon session at the the projects we’ve started” and to achieve elected office” a1- Pentagon to coordinate justice He advocated stronger ad*jwants to continue being a part though blacks “are a very small department proposals for some ministrators and more solid 0f this “progress.”    minority” in Cedar Rapids. 14,000 draft dodgers subject to backing for teachers by the ad-    “Go-Between”    About IOO people attended the civilian law and defense deministration. He also called for; ne sajd he viewed a position meeting.    payment recommendations for Mail collection pickups will be made only at boxes designated with one or two stars. Solid Backing counselors in all elementary on the board as that of being a buildings.    i    “go-between” for both school Donahue, in his introductory administration and the public, statement, said, “I have no Speaking of what he terms in-! complaint with the school adequate funding by the state,; board ... I think we have a Barber commented that “we fine system.”    can't change it here A real estate broker, he too got to have people Alienation Suit Filed in Linn about 28.000 deserters under military jurisdiction. Television Listings 7—KWWt-TV, Waterloo 9—KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids 2—WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 3—KTVO, Ottumwa 4—WHBF-TV, Rock Island 6 —WOC-TV, Davenport 8—WKBT, La Crosse IO—KROC-TV, Rochester 12—KIIN-TV, Iowa City 13—WHO-TV, Des Moines 40—KDUB, Dubuque Friday Night t 6:00 7— 9— Ic 4— 8— f- 10— 17- 13- 40- News, Weather, Sp!*. Eyewitness News Action News News, Weofher, Spts. News. Weather, Spts t> O'Clock Edition New*, Sots , Weather News. Weather, Spts. Aviation Weather Eyewitness New* Newsline 6:30 7—Hee How e-Andy Griffith j—To Tell Truth 3—Price Is Right 4-Wild Wild West A—Hollywood Souores I—Your Hit Parade 12:00 7—Midnight Special 9—Creature Feoture-"Mystery of Edwin Dr cod' 6—Midnight Special IO—Midnight Special 13—Midnight Special 12:30 4—Rock Concn LOO 2-Lost Word 2:00 4—Country Music IO - Dustv's Troll 12—To Be Announced 13- Hee How 40- Nashville Music Saturday Morning 7:00 9— Brody Bunch J—Your Hit Porode 3— Brady Bunch A - Sanford and Son 8— Lawrence Welk IO—Sanford and Son I?—Washington Week 40— Brody Bunch 7:30 7—Brian Keith 9-Six Million Dollar Man 2—Good Times 3—Six Million Dollar Men 4—Good Times A—Brian Keith IO—Brian Keith 12-Wall Street Week 13- Brian Keith 40-Six Million Dolllor Man 8:00 j— 6:30 2—Summer Semester 8—Summer Semester 13—Agriculture 7:00 7— lidsvitie 9— Bugs Bunny 2—Hair Beor BufKh 3—Bugs Bunny 4—Hair Beor Bunch A-Lldsvllle 8—Hair Bear Bunch IO— Lldsvllie 13-Cidsville 40—Bugs Bunny 7:30 7— Addams Family 9—Yogi's Gang J— Sabrino 3—Yogi's Gong 4— Sabrino A— Addams Family 8—Sabrina IO—Addams Family 13— Addams Family 40—Yogi's Gong 2- 4— A— 8- 10— 12- NBC Movie— "Little House On the Prairie'' Football— Steelers Redskins Football— Steelers Redskins NBC Movie— • Little House On the Prairie'’ Football— Steelers Redskins NSC Movie— ' Little House On the Prolrle" Masterpiece Theater NRC Movie — "Little House On the Prairie'' 8:30 9— ( 3—1 40— < Idd Couple Md Couoie Md Couple f— Tama 3— Toma 12— Prisoner 40- Toma 10:00 7- News, Weather. Spts. 9 E vewitness News 3- News, Weather. Sots. A- IO O'Clock Edition IO- News. Weather. Spts 12— Day at Night 13—Eyewitness News 40- Newsline 8:00 7—Emergency 9—Super Friends 2— Scoot'/ 3—Super Friends 4—Sc ooh v Coo A—Emergency 8— Scoobv-Doo IO— Emergency I}— Emergency 40—Super Friends 8:30 * 7—Inch High A— inch High IO— Inch High 13-Inch High 9:00 7-Sigmund 9—Lassie 2—Favorite Martians 3—Lassie 4 Favorite Martians A— Sigmund 8 Favorite Martians IO—Sigmund Sigmund Lassie 10:30 • Tonight Creature Feature "Block F'Mov" Wide World of Entertainment Tonight Tonight Ingmar Bergman ~ Tit Film* 13— Tonight 40 Wide World of E ntertolnment ll OO J Action New* 4- News, Weather, Spit. 8 News, Sots , Weather ILK *• wu 4- Wild Wild West I—CBS Movie-"Thing With Two Hood*" 9:30 *7—Pink Panther 9- Goober 2—jeannie 3— Goober 4— jeannie Pink Panther I— Jeonnle IO Pink Panther ii— Pink Panther 40 Goober 10 00 7 Star Irek 9- Br Sp Br 6 Star Trek adv Kids! eed adv eeo Buggy fly Kid I Speed Buoggy 3 Brady Kid* 8 —Speed Buggy IO- Star Tret 1.1—Star Trek 40 - Brody Kid* 10:30 7 Butch Cassidy 9 Mission Magic Josie ond PjjmvcoH Mission Mqdli iosle ond Pussycats Hutch Cassidy losle ond Pussycats lo—Buren cossiov 13—Butch Cassidy 40—Mlssion-Moglc iioo 7—Jetson* 9—Superstar Movie 2—Pebbles 3—Superstar Movie 4—Peebles A—Jetsons 8—Pebbles IO— Jetsons 13— Jetsons 40—Superstar Movie 11:30 7—Go I 2—Fat Albert 4-Fat Albert A- Go! 8— Fat Albert IO— Go! 13-Go! Saturday Afternoon 12:00 7— Bonanza 9—Action '74 2—Children s Film Festival 3—Action '74 4— Children t Film Festival A— Laredo I—Children's Film Festival IO—Outdoors 13— Wrestling 40— Action '74 12:3C IO-NFL Action IOO _ 7—Baseball Red Sox-Twins 9—Eorth Lob 2—Roller Games 3—Ski Scene 4—Bible A—Baseball Red Sox-Twins 8—Daniel Boone IO—Baseball Red Sox Twins 13—Baseball Red Sox Twins 40—Roller Gomes 1:30 3—Untamed World 2 OO 9—America 2—Fall Sports 3—Showcase Three 4—story of . . 8—Untamed World 40—Celebrity Tennis 2:30 9—Tournament Golf 2—U S. Tennis 3_Tournament Golf 4—U.S. Tennis I—U S. Tennis 40—Tournament Golf Paul W. Haskell. Springville. - we've has filed an alienation of affec-l in Des!tion suit against Richard C. Moines who will do it.”    Mercer in Linn district court. Donahue read a statement! Haskell contends in his peti-i from Lipsky, in which the board tion ,that Mercer acquired “unpresident outlined a three-point    due and improper” influence platform.    over h[s wife4 Carol, during late He said he was primarily con-!    1973 and 1973. cerned with expanding the pilot He further said his wife was what he believes    could be    an    programs in reading and math,    induced to leave him and marry even better system.    with getting drop-outs back in    Mercer. He is asking actual Investigative    Member    school and with overcoming    damages of $10,000 and punitive Mrs. Kucera.    a substitute    pU.^C,aPthy':    damages of $75,000. teacher for IO years in Cedar My hopc ls 10 cont,nue 10 - _    *    I play a part in education.*' Dona- Rapids secondary’ schools, prom- ^    ^    y k ised to be an ‘investigative    Not    “Tod HeavV school board member''if elect- rcsponse Pt0 a ’question. complained that “there is not enough discipline in the schools. Any institution functions better with restrictions.” He considers lack of adequate funding for schools and public apathy as standing in the way of *ed Barber denied that the Cedar Rapids .system is "top heavy” ... lU A ,.    .    . .with administrative personnel.! adding that there exists) R y na|i#na, stand'rds. ho claimed, the local system is average. Mrs. Kucera commented that She said she favored allowing students to “learn at their own pace, a wide difference in the capa bilities of students. She said an individualized approach to education would result in a “leveling process.” Mrs. Kucera also called for increased coordination among all grades in the school system and obtaining “the greatest return on the educational tax dollar.” Ledford, a black, told the audience he was seeking election “to create a seat for those who are not heard —• and for those who, when they shout, are not understood.” No Ax To Grind A retail manager of a local store, Ledford said he had “no; ax to grind,” that he had “respect and praise for the institution.” “I want to help plan for an even better school system,” he commented. He also spoke in favor of “a working relationship between the schools and outside supportive agencies.” Olson complained that “Cedar | Rapids needs a more responsive j school board.” He said there should be more citizen input; into .school programs. “The most important thing,”; ho noted, “is that we must have communication with tho com-, munity. 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