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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., November ll, 1974 Television Today Tally Network Election 'Calls' NEW VORK (AP) — Last week's election night drew from the networks a total of 2t>2 "projected'’ or ‘‘estimated” winners, by their count. How do they feel the night's calls now hold up? First, the breakdown ABC says it projected winners in 34 senate and 35 gubernatorial races and called a number of house candidates ‘apparent” winners. We're ignoring the last, since "apparent’’ is bet-hedging and not a firm call. CBS says it declared 29 senatorial and 30 gubernatorial candidates and Hep. Wilber D. Mills (D-Ark ), “estimated” winners, which I’d define as those CBS considered the victor at the time of the call. NBC says it projected 26 senate, 29 gubernatorial and 18 house candidates as winners on election night. ABC’ says none of its definite calls was wrong, except maybe in the Ohio gubernatorial and North Dakota U.S. senate races. NBC says all its calls were right, except maybe in the Ohio race, while CBS has posted a “maybe” sign in North Dakota while saying ail its other calls were on the mark. * * * In either state, the “maybe” is an important qualification because, the networks By Jay Sharbutt-- big lead and a premature Rhodes concession speech >■— and shortly afterwards had to withdraw' the calls. lf ABC’s Gilligan declaration. which by my clock came at 10:45 p.m., survives the canvass and recount, tile network can thump its electronic chest in pride It stuck with the call until its coverage ended at 2 a m. * * * But it could use only one fist for chest-thumping on the Young projection, which it gave at about IO p.m.. only to revise its opinion on the late returns and say “too close to call” at 12:17 a m. CBS, which insisted the Gil-ligan-Rhodes race was too close to call all night, estimated at 9:04 p.m. that Young had won re-election. But it noted at 1:35 a m. the victory might not be certain, with Walter Oronkite cautioning. “We don't miss many of them, but it is possible.” NBO, the last of three networks to end its election night program, did so at almost 2:30 am., having declared the Young-Guy race still too close to call, but leaving its 7:51 p.m. Gilligan projection unchanged. Agency Cites Decline In U.S. Auto Travel WASHINGTON (AP) - A decrease in travel by automobile in the U.S. in the first and second quarters of 1974, as com- My7"pa5infPofficial" CTunts P™< ** and recounts stili could prove    transport*- tion. their original calls correct. In Nbrth Dakota, GOP Sen. Milton R. Young, whom CBS and ABC initially declared the winner, was in a virtual dead heat with former Democratic Gov. William L. Guy, according to unofficial returns. In Ohio, incumbent Democratic Gov. John T. Gilligan, whom NBC and ABC initially declared the winner, trails former Gov. John J. Rhodes by an unofficial margin of about 15.000 votes. The Associated Press initially declared Guy and Gilligan winners — the latter after a Travel by air, rail and bus increased, the department said. The figures, compiled from various government agencies, showed some 500 billion vehicle-miles for automobiles in the first half of 1973, compared with 467 billion in the same period of 1974. Six Hurt, One Hospitalized in C. R. Accidents Cedar Rapids City Briefs Boy Hurt — Dennis I>ee Ciha Traffic accidents throughout 1212 Second street SW, was the city over the weekend re- treated at St. Luke’s hospita suited in injuries to six persons, and released after he fell on a including one who was reported wire screen which penetratec hospitalized in fair condition. his left leg about four inches Kevin Paulsen, 20, of Albur- Police said the youth was run nett, was in fair condition Mon- ning up a muddy hill on inter day at St. Luke's hospital after state 380 at Thirteenth avenue a car he was riding in was in- SW Sunday afternoon when the volved in an accident at Edge- accident occurred. Firemen wood road and Ellis boulevard were called to cut the screen NW around 2:50 p.m. Sunday. loose. A car driven bv Bennie B l Bowers. 18, of rural Walker, j Fire Meeting - West Bertram went out of control on Edgewood ^re district number two boart road, jumped the center divider trustees will meet at 7:30 and struck the car in which P m* Thursday at the fire sta Paulsen was riding, police said- j t‘on* Driver of the car, Terry L. I Raftis, 18. of 1890 Sixteenth ^ent Ryder Trucks at Buresh street, Marion, was treated at East, 366-1519.—Adv. St. Luke’s and released.    *    *    * Bowers was charged with fail- NARFE — Retired federal ure to have his vehicle under employes will meet Tuesday at control. An accident at 10:30 p.m. Saturday on First avenue West at its intersection with Twelfth street also injured two persons. Police said a car driven by Mark A. Herdliska, 17, of 2150 C street SW, was heading east when it spun around in front of 1:30 p.m. in the community room of the downtown Peoples bank. ♦ * * Best Rental Rents The Best. — Adv. * * * Annual Meeting — The Linn County Assn. for Mental Health ,    .    .    i    will hold its annual meeting an.r0mln? T and was s | Tuesday noon at room ISS at St in the rear by it. The on-coming vehicle was driven by James H. Graham, 26, of I^amont. A passenger in the Graham car, Marian Gage, 42. of 3119 Kenridge terrace NE, was treated at St. Luke’s hospital and released. Eddy Herdliska, 16, also of Luke’s hospital. rn * Illinois Grad — James W. Wheeler, 3859 Lost Valley road SE, has been awarded a doctor’s degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana. * * * Watch Missing — Joseph F. Bus Overturns I INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - A crowded bus overturned on wet pavement late Sunday night, injuring all 40 persons on board I — one critically, police said. 2150 C street SW, a passenger in,Cirat 2541 Falbrook drive NE, the car driven by his brother, reported a ladies’ watch valued was also treated at St. Luke’s at M2 was lost or stolen from hospital and released.    his residence recently. Orville and Marie Ellingson,    *    *    * wth of Walker, were treated at V iolin Stolen — Police report-St. Luke’s hospital and released ed a $45 antique violin and bow ate Sunday night for injuries I were taken from Ye Olde suffered when their car was Shoppe, 700 First street SW, struck in the rear by one driven Sunday by thieves who broke a by Jeffrey Jasper, 17, of Hop- window and reached in and took kinton.    it. Police said the Ellingson vehi-    *    *    * cie was stopped waiting for a St. Paul’s Annual Holiday Fair red light on First avenue East at — 1340 3rd Ave. S E. —171015. its intersection with Thirty- Nov. 14th, 9:30-7.—Adv. eighth street drive SE. when    *    *    * Jasper failed to stop and hit the School Damaged — Police re- other car in the rear. No charges were filed. Television Listings 9-Year-Old Has Beer, Hold Man 2—WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 7—KWWLTV, Waterloo 9—KCRG-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. Monday Night 6:00 J—Action News 7—t -News. Weather, Sots. 9—Eyewitness News 3—News. Weather, Sots. 4—Action News 6-6 O Clock Edition 1—News, Sots., Weather IO—News, Weather, Sots, 12—Echoes of Childhood 13—Eyewitness News 6:30 2—To Tell Truth 7—Sanford and Son 9—Let's Make a Deal 3—Let’s Make a Deal 4—Price Is Right A—Hollywood Squares 8—Consequences IO—Nome That Tune 12-Audubon Wildlife 13—Sanford and Son 7:00 2—Gunsmoke 7—Born Free 9-Rookies 3—Rookies 4—Gunsmoke A—Born Free 8—Gunsmoke IO—Born Free 12—Soecial of Week 13—Born Free 8.00 2—Moude 7—NSC Movte-“Pete ’n’ Till!*” 9—Football— Vikings Cards 3—Foot bolt— Vikmgs-Cords 4—Moude 6—NSC Movie •’Pete ’n' Tillle" 8—Maude 10-NBC Movie •’Pete ’n’ Time" 13-NBC Movie-•Pete ’n1 Time" 8:30 2-Rhoda 4— Rhoda 8— Rhodo 12—Caught In Act 9:00 2—Medical Center 4— Medical Center 8—Medical Center 12—Thrlval 10:00 2—Action News 7—News, Weather, Sots. 4—Action News 0—lOO’Clock Edition 8—News, Sots., Weather IO—News, Weather, Sots. 12—Day at Night 13—Eyewitness News 19:30 2—CBS Movie— •‘Mating Game" 7—Tonight 6—Tonight 8—CBS Movie— "Mating Game" IO—Tonight 12—Dovid Sussklnd 13—Tonight 10:45 9—Eyewitness News 4—Mod Squad 11:00 3—News, Weather, Sots 11:15 9—Earle Bruce 11:30 3—Movie— 'Better a Widow" 11:45 9—Amerlco 4—Big Valiev 12:00 2—Lost Word 7—Tomorrow 0-Tomorrow IO—Tomorrow 13—Tomorrow Tuesday Morning 6:30 2—Sunrise Semester 4—New Zoo Revue I—Sunrise Semester 13—Not for Wome.-i On!/ 7:00 2—CBS News 7—Today 4—CBS News 6—Today 8—CBS News IO—Today 13—Todoy 7:30 9—Romper Room 3—Music 8:00 2—Copt. kangaroo 9—New Zoo Revue 3—Sesame Street . 4—Copt. Kangaroo 8—Copt. Kangaroo 8:30 9—Morning Show 9:00 2—Joker's Wild 7—Name That Tune 9—Mike Douglas 3—Cartoons 4—Joker’s Wild A—Name That Tune 8—Joker's Wild 10-Name Thot Tune 12—Sesame Street 13- Name Thot Tune 9:30 2—Gambit 7—Winning Streak 3—Reed Farrell 4—Gambit A—Winning Streak 1—Gambit IO—Winning Streak 13—Winning Streak 10:00 2—Now You See It 7—High Rollers 9—All My Children 3—All My Children 4—Now You See It A—High Rollers 8—Now You See lf IO—High Rollers 12—In School 13—High Rollers 10:30 2—Love of Life 7—Hollywood Squares 9—Brady Bunch 3—Brady Bunch 4—Love of Life A—Hollywood Squares 8—Love of Life IO—Hollywood Squares 13—Hollywood Squares 11:00 2—Young and Restless 7—Jackpot 9—Password 3—Password 4—Young and Restless A—Jackpot 8—Young and Restless IO—Jackpot 13—Jackpot 11:30 2—Tomorrow 7—Celebrity Sweepstakes 9—Split Second 3—Split Second 4—Tomorrow A—Celebrity Sweepstakes 8—Tomorrow IO—Celebrity Sweepstakes 13—Ceieprify Sweepstakes Tuesday Afternoon 12:00 2—News, Weather 7—News- Weather 9—Eyewitness News 3—News 4—Family Affair A—Noon Edition 8—Noontime IO—News, Weather 12—In School 13—News 12:15 3—Town and Country IO—Virginia 13—Cartoons 12:30 2—As the World Turns 7—Jeopardy 9—Let's Make a Deal 3—Let’s Make a Deal 4—As the World Turns A—Jeopardy 8—As the World Turns 10—Jeopardy 12—Electric Compony 13—Movie 1:00 2—Guiding 7—Days af Lives 9—Newlywed Game 3—Newlywed Game 4—Guiding Light A—Days of Lives I—Guiding Light IO—Days of Lives 12—In School 1:30 2—Edge of Night 7—Doctors 9—Girl In My Life 3—Girl In My Life 4—Edge of Night A—Doctors 8-Edge of Night IO—Doctors 2:00 2—Price Is Right 7—Another World 9—General Hospital 3—General Hospital 4—Price Is Right • A—Another World 8—Price Is Right IO—Another World 13—Another World 2:30 2—Match Game 7—How To Survive a Marriage 9—One Life To Live 3—One Life To Live 4—Match Game A—How To Survive a Marriage 8—Match Game 10—How To Survive O Marriage 13—How To Survive a Marriage 3:00 2—Tattletales 7—Somerset 9-810,000 Pyramid 3—SIO.OOO Pyramid 4—Tattletales A—Somerset 8—Tattletales IO—Somerset 12—Human Relations 13— Somerset 3:30 2—Dr. Ma* 7-Room 222 9—Giliigan's Island 3—Movie 4—Mike Douglas A— Jeannie 8— Bewitched IO—Lost in Space 12—Designing Woman 13—Floppy 4:00 7—Bonanza 9—Lucy Show A—Merv Griffin 8—Mike Douglas 12—Misterogers 13—Merv Griffin ported a window, two outside ; timed lights and several outside j lights were broken at Harrison jelementary school, 1310 I Eleventh street SW, Sunday. ! Damage was estimated at $100. * * * Creighton Campbell, 19. of 2141 Aut° Mechanics — Citizen ad* Sixth street SW. has been v*s°ry committee for auto me* charged with contributing to the Manics programs at Kirkwood delinquencey of a minor for a1- Community college will meet legedly providing beer to j Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the me-minors, including a 9-year-old charlies shop of Linn hall, girl.    Members will elect a new chair- Linn deputies arrested him man and discuss modular in-Fridav night about two miles jStruction methods. east of Central City.    j _______ They reported he made beer | available there to a 16-year-old Cedar Rapids boy and three Central City girls, 9. IO and 14 years old. Campbell was released from jthe jail Saturday. Silver Eisenhower Proof Dollar $9.00-Jerome's.—Adv. * *    * Change Stolen — Thieves stole $120 in change from two pinball machines at Coe college's Gage memorial union Sunday afternoon. * *    * Antiques, Monday, Wednesday, 6-9 p m. 415 40th    St.    N    E.—Adv. * *    * Home Entered    —    Thomas    J. Gardner, 300 Shetland drive NVV, reported thieves entered his home over the weekend by breaking a basement window and took a stereo, hair dryer, clock radio, and liquor, worth $295. * *    * Accident Meeting — Dick Zier, assistant area Occupational Safety and Health Act director from Des Moines, will speak to the Cedar Rapids Ac cident Prevention Assn. meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Cedar View Country club. *    *    * Coliseum Damaged — Police reported five windows, valued at $150, were broken at the Memorial Coliseum, First avenue bridge, Sunday night, and a workshop for the coliseum entered, but nothing taken. ♦    *    * Christmas Theatre tours to Chicago December 6-7 and Minneapolis November 29-30. Travel and Transport. 393-8747. — Adv. *    *    * Items Stolen — Chris S. Miles, 2019 Park avenue SE, told police an $80 hand gun and $7 worth of change were stolen from his dresser drawer recently. *    *    * Rhonda Bolden is now working at Jan and Jerry’s Beauty Salon. 3917 Center Point road NE. Early appointments available. 393-5818.    -    Adv. ♦    *    * Tools Taken — Glenn E. noose. Whitten, reported tools and tool box valued at $120 were taken from his car Sunday night while it was parked in the IOO block of Second street NE. *    *    * Ambassador Lounge, dancing nightly, East Marion.—Adv. *    *    * Steel— (Continued from Page I.) machinery depreciation. And the cost of closing down before and restarting after a strike can be staggering. That's why the no-strike agreement signed last spring Shopping trip Chicago, Nov. 30, Dec. I bv bus. Several openings. Call 393-7143 after 6. -Adv. * * * Birthright — A training ses-    '    ifnw-d Sion will IX- hold Tuesday at 7:30 with the million-membe i oiled, p.m. at 1707 First    avenue SE.    Steelworkers Union was espe- *    *    *    dally significant. Civil Service —    The Linn    whjje most companies were county civil service commission re)uctant to discuss their coal will meet Tuesday at 7:30 Pmjres€rves for competitive rea-in room 103 of the    courthouse.    sons t^e American Iron and *    *    *    Steel Institute estimated tho in- Amateur Radio Class — A dustrywide coal stockpile at free novice class will be con-|about 30 (lays> suppiy with half ducted by the Cedar Valley Am-jthe steelmakers with less than ateur Radio club on Wednes- ^ days’ supply on hand. (fays for six weeks, beginning this week. The classes will be    1    ,ans Var> held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Contingency plans vary United Way building, 712 Third among steelmakers, who con-avenue SE.    Sume one of every six tons of —    1 coal mined. Am.an.a    Jones &    steel AaTF ICI I ICI I Q I “111 says it will operate normally for n • I I"* I J    f‘rst    wee^    an<* reassess OU I TS I MSCI situation after that. _    VS. Steel Corp., the nation’s The Amana Refrigeration Co. jargcst producer, plans to slow has filed two suits in Cedar production by 25 percent imme-Rapids federal court, asking diately and 50 percent if the that two firms’ alleged patents strike goes past two weeks. on so-called side-by-side refrig-    The impact of the strike will erators be judged invalid.    be minimized in the steel in- The Amana company has dustry if the mills can keep been charged with patent in- operating and avoid the costly fringement by’ White Consol!- shutdown and eventual restarts, dated Industries of    Cleveland    in the coke making process, and Fedders of New York for example, if the ovens are Amana claims these firms’ allowed to cool off — if a 1.600 patents on the refrigerators are degree temperature can’t be invalid and petitioned the court maintained — the brick linings MorAmerica Financial Corporation - 81/2°/o SUBORDINATED DEBENTURES DUE JUNE 30, 1984 Interest Payable May 31 and November 30. to uphold this contention. Youth Is Charged With Trespassing A 16-year-old boy discovered inside St. Marks Methodist church. 4700 Jacolyn drive NW, Sunday night has been charged with trespassing. Police said a custodian found the youth lying on the floor inside the church. There was no sign of forced entry and nothing was taken. The youth had apparently start shrinking and cracking, requiring expensive repair work. To Slow Down Frederic West, president of Bethlehem Steel Corp., the No. 2 producer, says he expects to slow down coke plant operations within two or three days of the walkout. Coke, a highly carbonized coal with most of its gases burned out, is used to feed the giant blast furnaces. A recent survey by the American Iron and Steel Institute indicated a number of been drinking. Another 15-year-old boy was steelmakers had only a one-day arrested for intoxication at a supply of coke on hand, concert at Veterans Memorial A cutback by steelmakers coliseum Sunday.    eventually would have a crip- He was being questioned byrling effect on related indus-the police youth bureau Mon- tries, such as automobiles. Car Entered — Kevin S. Hunt* day.    But power companies would er, 724 Thirty-fifth street SE, j -«—- be able to stretch their energy _    —7—-—  — reported someone entered his Want ads are easy to use and supplies somewhat by not hav*    IS    some,"in8    ncw    nap- car and took a tape deck and produce quick, satisfying re- ing to serve the steel compa- Pining everyday in the clashes.    isified    ads. . . see for yourself! 71/z% MORAMERICA MONTHLY MONEY These 7-1/2% THREE-YEAR certificates are issued in $1,000 denominations. With a minimum investment of $3,000 you can elect to receive your interest monthly payable by check. 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