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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kaiilcls Gazette: Friday, Sept. 20, 197 Truck Strikes Utility Pole, Man "Fair1 Robert T. Olson, 51, of 162 First avenue NW, was in fai condition Friday at St. Luke hospital after he was injure when the pickup truck he wa driving hit a light pole in an at tempt to avoid a car. Olson suffered head and le; injuries in the accident at p.m. Thursday at the intersec lion of Mt. Vcrnon road am Fourteenth street SE. Police charged Nancy J Carter, 17, of 1117 Park avenui SE. with failure to yield tin right-of-way and leaving the scene of an accident. Miss Carter allegedly crosse( the path of Olson's pickup trucl forcing him to swerve his vehi cle in an attempt :to miss hei car. A second accident involving a light pole caused minor injuries at a.m. Friday to Jeffery L Maish, 22, of 1403 Second streel SE. Maish was treated at St. Luke's hospital for facial cuts and released. Police charged Maish with failure to have his vehicle undei control after his car struck light pole on Third street SE near its intersection with Third WASHINGTON (AP) The senate Thursday refused to end a two-month filibuster that has blocked action on a bill creating a federal consumer protection agency, killing the bill for this session of congress. The 64-34 vote to end debate and bring the measure to a final vote fell two short of the re- quired two-thirds. U. S.-Soviet Session On Space Flight Ends MOSCOW (AP) Terming their work a Success, teams of Soviet and American space tech- nicians concluded a 25-day meet- ing here Friday on preparations for 'next year's joint Soyuz- Apollo space mission. Johnson Board Hopeful Urges Probe by Jun IOWA CITY An Indepc dent candidate for the Johnso county board of supervisors ha called for a grand jury into th board's activities. The chairman of the boai concurs. Robert Vogel, who is scekir :he supervisor post now held b Robert Burns, said: "There are apparently a .east three appraisals on priva property, made for the counl without prior board approva according to board minutes. "Chairman (Richard) Bartel statement that an ordered ap iraisal on the Close mansio las disappeared from the supe isors' files indicates ground or a grand jury investigation." Bartel agreed, pointing out a nvestigation seems advisabl 'unless satisfactory answer are provided, which I will see n the board room next Mon In response, Supervisor Burn ;aid, "I den't know how any ap iraisal disappeared unless Mi Bartel took it. He's the only on vho says it was made." -Burns called the allegation nd calls for grand jury probe a bunch of nonsense." Vogel, on the other hanc harged a possibble conflict o nterest on Burns' part, saying I believe Robert Burns' pri ate interest in the real estat usiness conflicts with sound so utions to the county's spaa eeds." He also suggested actions b> wo supervisors, discussing, pre r r a n g i n g and controlling ounty business outside officia oard meetings not only violates le state's open meetings law but also is the best reason in le world to expand the boan o five members." The board has three members ow. Ask Pardon Wait on Judicial Processes CHICAGO Ameri- an Bar Assn. Friday called for ithholding of presidential par- ons on important public mat- ers "until appropriate judicial rocesses have been followed." The 'policy statement was rawn up by the ABA board of overnors. Television Listings PRS Hearings End, Suit By Park Service Seen By Dorothy Williams WASHINGTON A senate subcommittee hearing into tin summer's controversial nationa park campsite reservation sys tern for the National Park Ser vice ended late Thursday will the Cedar Rapids-based concc: sionaire and the government in sisting the system worked. But both sides conceded then ivere problems. Meanwhile, the National Park Service announced plans to file a suit against Park Res ervation System, Inc., charging he firm "did not fully complj with terms of the contract." And PRS is suing the govern- ment for million in damages 'or breach of contract. Contract Questioning of witnesses be- ore the senate subcommittee on larks and recreation ccnterec on circumstances around reservation sys- Officials of the awarding the em contract, contracting firm and the Na- ional Park Service denied that nflucncc, as some have :harged, played a part. Ronald H. Walker, who ;igned recently as NFS director, s a personal friend of L. Donald Vliddleton, 'Clarcmont, Calif., iha'rmacist, who headed Park Reservation System, Inc. Subcommittee chairman How- ard M. Metzenbaum (D-Ohio) ommented at one point that the ontract "was made in a most nusual manner." He called the rocedure "sloppy." Metzenbaum was responding o charges inade by Clark Pow- 11, a Corona, 'Calif., Realtor rho served as Park Reservation ystcm executive vice-president, hat he and other officials of h e firm were being "de- troyed" by the subcommittee's nquiry. "We have actually proved in le last six weeks that there is o chance for the little guy to it a government contract in to got the firm started He said nobody asked him to submit a financial statement to the government. He added that lie thought some formalities might have been skipped to gel the system going in time for the rush season. The subcommittee also heard from Tickctron representatives, who said a park service official advised them against a second trip here to talk Wlh the Na- tional Park Service because their bid "responded most ade- quately and completely" to the prospectus. Allegation Denied Richard Cover, park service concession analyst, denied he old Ticketron officials not to follow up on their bid as claimed. Cover said he did hot 'erify Reservation Park Sys- :cm's credit, but conceded should have done it." Cover said he didn't :hat Middleton was "a know close lis dded, "We Powell said. He 'canno't compete 7-KWWt-TV, WolEtbo Cotter Rapids 2-WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 3-KTVO, Ollumwa 4-WHBF-TV, Rock Island d-WOGTV, Davenporl 8-WKBT, La Gone 10-KROC-TV, Rochester 12-KIIN-TV, Iowa City I 3-WHO-TV, Des Moines 40-KDUB, Dubuquo Friday Night KM Weather, Spls. Evewllncss Nnws Action Hews Weather, Spts. Hews crclocn Edition Nrws, Snts., Weotherl Weather, Spts. Weather 13-Eyewitness News Npwslmo 7-HccHaw Hollywood Squares Tell Truth Is Right a Deal Sauarcs Consequences Hunt Zoos How Music Planet of Apes 3-Kodlak of ADOS and Sen of Awes Sanford and Son Week 7-Chlco Man Million Dollar and Mon and Man Street Week 7-Rockford Files 8-CBS Wlovlo- ,0-ffiWdFllc, Thcaler Files Wheelers 3-Tcxos Wheelers Wheelers Spls. Kyewitncss News News, Woollier, Spts. 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Wrestling (Cont'd) Waaoner Ncbraska-Wls. Ncbraska-Wis. at Sea Hebroska-Wis. Sports Sports Sports 2-Pro Foolball l-Untoi Roller Games Thompson Dean Focal Point 9-wide World of Spts. "Abholl and Costcllo Meet tho Killer" Wide World ot 5nts. Wild Wtltl West 6-Aftovfe- "Gay Pum-e" Nashville Music 10- Roller Gomes n i ducolion 7-Wrcstllna Bobby Goltlsboro Sesame Street Police Suructjii neon ,8 POi He Announced 4-COS Now, Nrw fi- CBS Nrws 10-NBO Ne gainst Tickelron." Tickctron as an unsuccessful bidder for ic reservation contract. Harassment Claimed "Do I have to go out of here s another broken down busi he asks. Powell claims he was arassed by investigators from e Government Accounting Of- ce who inquired into e concessionaire's Operation Metzenbaum's request "I was looking at badges every Powell said. He said if the company had embar- rassed the National Park Service he would be happy to walk out and lose his investment. He was vague about the com- pany's assets, which he said are now being held by the firm's at- torneys. He estimated there is about in the company bank account. But he said he didn't know how they could make any refunds, until "some- body gives us permission." Damages There is in collected reservation and user fees in- volved. The concessionaire has notified the park service it plans to withhold as damages from any sum it may owe. Powell said he made available from his own funds about friend" of the park service director until he learned it through the hearings. Walker, whose resignation as NFS director becomes effective at year's end, returned to the stand briefly when Metzenbaum said "fairness dictates that he )e asked to swear to his earlier .estimony, which had not been ,aken under oath. Walker, upon advice of his attorney, will ex- amine the transcripts of his tes- imony before doing so. Was Working Walker, in a statement re- eased to the press at the hcar- ng, said that an evaluation of he reservation system, made at lis request, concluded working during the season and that it not only served the pub- lic but the National Park Service as well." But the evaluation team rec- ommended that NPS, rather than a contractor, manage the system, the statement said. Another witness who was slat- ed to testify. James Rossic, who managed the firm's Cedar Rapids operation, was asked to submit written remarks, which fie did. (Suspects Held for Robbery at Victor Rest Stop Area MAKEN'CiO Two younj, Kansas men wore being held ir Ihc Iowa county jail about mid- day Friday as suspects in ai: armed robbery at the Vidoi rest area along interstate 80. Held on suspicion of robber} are Gary P. Michalske, 20, ;i serviceman from Fort Riley, Kan., and Giles David Kcaton, 18, Junction City, Kan. Iowa county authorities said the two were apprehended in the Newton area by state troopers, Grinncll and Ncwlon police officers. They are being interrogated in connection with a robbery from Denver E. Brandt, Cloves, Ohio, about a.m. Friday at the Victor rest area. Brandt told authorities the men who robbed him of about fled in a car bearing Kansas license plates. Little more than an hour ear- lier, officials said, Wally Zterln of Wyoming reported he had been the victim of an attempted robbery at the Tiffin rest area. Ztcrtz said he toid a masked gunman his wallet was in his car, at which time the robber fled. Ayers, Johnson To Grand Jury In Murder Case Eddie Ayers, 23, and Kelly Johnson, 16, have been bound over to the Linn grand jury on a charge of murder after a pre- liminary hearing Thursday. The Cedar Rapids residents are two of three persons charged in the Sept. 2 shooting death of John Beving, 61, at the victim's residence at 919 Sixth street SE. The third, Steven Washington, 16, also of Cedar Rapids, tes- ified at Ayers' hearing Thurs- iay that Ayers had the gun in lis hand when it went off. Washington's case is still in uvenile court. He was taken under a court order to the boys .raining school at Eldora follow- ng the hearings Thursday. A hearing on whether Wash- ington should be tried as ai adult lias been continued indeli nitely. The postponement was based on an agreement belwcei attorneys for the stale and foi the defense. Ayers and Johnson were re- turned to the county jail in lieu of bond. Threat Seen to Shrine Circuses INDIANAPOLIS (AP) An official of Murat Shrine Temple here says the new national En- dangered Species Act threatens to put Shrine circuses out of business. The circuses help support 21 free Shrine hospitals. 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