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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                10 The Cedur Jtaplds Gazette! Mon., November 11. 197 Television Today Tally Network Election 'Calls' NEW YORK (AP) Last week's election night drew from the networks a total of 202 or "estimat- ed" winners, by their count. How do they feel the night's calls now hold up? First, the breakdown. ABC says it projected win- ners in 34 senate and 35 gu- bernatorial races and called a number of house candidates "apparent" winners. We're ignoring the last, Bince ''ap- parent" is bet-hedging and not a firm call. CBS says it declared 29 sen- atorial and 30 gubernatorial candidates jand Rep. Wilber D. Mills "estimat- ed" winners, which I'd define as those CBS considered the victor at the time of the call. NBC says it projected 2G senate, 29 gubernatorial and 18 house Candidates as win- ners on election night. ABC says none of its definite calls Was wrong, except may- be 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 all its other calls were on the mark. In cither state, the "may- be" is an important qualifi- cation because, the networks say, pending official counts and recounts still could prove their original calls correct. In North 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, accord- ing to unofficial returns. In Ohio, incumbent Demo- cratic Gov. John T. Gilligan, whom NBC and ABC initially declared the winner, trails for- mer Gov. John J. Rhodes by an unofficial margin of about votes. The Associated Press initial- ly declared Guy and Gilligan winners the latter after a By Jay Sharbutt big lead and a premature Rhodes concession speech' and shortly afterwards had to withdraw the calls. If ABC's Gilligan declara- tion, which by my clock came at p.m., survives the canvass and recount, the net- work can thump its electronic chest in pride. It stuck with (he call until its coverage end- ed at 2 a.m. But it could use only one fist for chest-thumping on the Young projection, which it gave at about 10 p.m.. only tt, revise its opinion on Hhe late returns and say "too close to call" at a.m. CBS, which insisted the Gil- ligan-Rhodes race was too close to call all night, esti- mated at p.m. that Young had won re-election. But it lioted at a.m. the victory might not be certain, with Walter Cronkite caution- ing, "We don't miss many of them, but it is possible." NBC, the last of three net- works to end its election night program, did so at almost a.m., having declared the Young-Guy race still too close to call, but leaving its p.m. Gilligan projection un- changed. Agency Cites Decline In U.S. Auto Travel WASHINGTON (AP) A de- crease in travel by automobile in the U.S. in the first and sec- ond quarters of 1974, as com- pared with the same periods of 1973, was reported Sunday by the'department of transporta- tion. Travel by air, rail and bus in- creased, the 'department said. The figures, 'compiled from various government agencies, showed some 500 billion vehicle- miles for automobiles in. the Eirst half of 1973, compared with 467 billion in the same period of 1974. Bus Overturns INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) A crowded bus overturned on wet pavement late Sunday night, in- juring all 40 persons on board one critically, police said. Television Listings Coder Rapids Wolcrloo Cedar Rapids Rock Island WOCTV, Dovonporl La Crosse Rochester Iowa Clly DCS Moines. Six Hurt, One Hospitalized in C. R. Accidents Traffic accidents throughou Jic city over the weekend re suited in injuries to six persons including; one who was reportci liospitalized in fair condition. Kevin Paulsen, 20, ot Albur nett, was in fair condition Mon clay at St. Luke's hospital afte a car lie was riding in was in volved in an accident at Edge vood road and Ellis boulevard NW around p.m. Sunday. A car driven by Bennie B Bowers, 18, of rural ,Walkcr rent out of control on Edgewoo( road, jumped the center dividei and struck the car in which Paulsen was riding, police said. Driver of the car, Terry L Raftis, 18, of 1890 Sixte'entl street, Marion, was treated at St. Luke's and released. Bowers was charged with fail- ure to have his vehicle under control. An accident at p.m. Sat- urday on First avenue West at ts intersection with Twelfth itreet also injured two persons. Police said a car driven by lark A. Herdliska, 17, of 2150 C treet SW, was heading east Aen it spun around in front of :n oncoming car and was struck n the rear by it. The on-coming vehicle was riven by James H. Graham, Lament. A passenger in le Graham car, Marian Gage, 2, of 3119 Kenridge terrace NE, fas treated at St: Lukb' s hospi- al and released. Eddy Herdliska, 16, also of 150 C street SW, a passenger in 10 car driven by liis brother, as also treatqd at St. Luke's ospital and released. Orville and Marie Ellingson, oth of Walker, were treated at t. Luke's hospital" and released .te Sunday night for injuries tlfered when their car was ruck in the rear by one driven Jeffrey Jasper, 17, of Hop- nton. Police said the Ellingson vehi- e was stopped waiting for a Cedar Rapids Cify Boy Hurt Dennis Leo Eisenhower Proof trip Chicago, Nov. 1212 Second street SW, Dec. 1 bv bus. Several open- rented at St. Luke's Call 393-7143 after C. ind released after he fell on Stolen Thieves virc screen which in change from two pinba machines at Coe college's Birthright A training ses- lis left leg about four union Sunday will be held Tuesday at said the youth was at 1707 First avenue SE. ling up a muddy hill on stale 380 at Thirteenth avenue 5W Sunday afternoon when Monday, Wednesday G-9 p.m. 415 40th St. N.E.-Adv Service. The Linn county civil service commission will meet Tuesday at p.m. accident occurred. room 103 of the courthouse. vcre called to cut tho Entered Thomas 300 Shetland Radio Class A reported thieves novice class will be con- Fire Meeting West Bertram ire district number two jf trustees will meet at i.m. Thursday at the fire home over the weekend by breaking a basement windm and took a stereo, hair dryer clock radio, and liquor, wort t by the Cedar Valley Amateur Radio club on Wednesdays for six weeks, beginning his week. The classes will be ayj, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Way building, 712 Third Rent Ryder Trucks at Meeting Dick Zier, assistant area SE. jast, Adv. NARFE Retired Safety and Health Ac director from Des Moines, wil speak to the Cedar Rapids Patent mployes will meet Tuesday at :30 p.m. in the Prevention Assn. meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Filed oom of the downtown Peoples Country club. Amana Refrigeration Co. Damaged filed two suits in Cedar Best Rental Rents The five windows, federal court, asking Adv. were broken at the two firms' alleged patents Annual Meeting The Linn tountv Assn. for -Mental Coliseum, First avenue bridge, Sunday night, and so-called side-by-side refrigerators be judged invalid. ed light on First avenue East at s intersection with Thirty- ghth street drive SE, when asper failed to stop and hit the tiler car in the rear. No charges were filed. Monday Night News Weather, Sots News 3-News, Weather, Spls News 6-6 O'clock Edition Sots.. Wcothe Weather, Spts ot Childhood News 2-To Tell Trujlh Moke a Deal 3-Lel's Moke a Deol 4-Prlco Is Right Sauares 10-Nome That Tune Guns moke Born Free Rookies 3-Rooklcs Gunsmoke Born Free 8-Gunsmoke Barn Free Special of Week Born Free Maude NBC "Pete'n'Tillle" Vikings-Cards 3-Faotball- Vlkinus-Cards Maude NBC "Pete 'n'Tlllle" 8-Maude NBC "Pete'n'Tillle" NBC "Pete 'n'Tlllle" 2-R -Rhoda 4-Rhoda Rhodg 12-CauBhtlnAct Medical Center Medical Center Medical Center 12-Thrlval Action News. 7-Ncws, Weather, Spts Action News 6-10 O'clock Edition News, Sots., Wealhei News, Weather, Spts Day at Night Eyewitness News 2-CBS Movie- "Mating Game" Ton font Tonight CBS "Mating Game" 10-Tonloht Dovld Sussklnd Tonight 9-Evewitness News Mod Squod 3-Hews, Weather, Spts. Earle Bruce 3-MovIe- "Belter a Widow" America Big Valley Last Word Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow Tomorrow Tuesday Morning 2- sunrise Semester Hew Zoo Revue Semester 13-NOI for women Only J-CBS News Today 8-CBS News Today 13-Today Romper Room 3-Muslc Kanoaroo New Zoo Revue SesameStreet Capt. Kangaroo 2-Ccpf. Ksnssreo Morning Show Joker's Wild Name That Tune 9-Mlke Douglas Cartoons Wild Name That Tune fi-Joker's Wild Nome That Tune 2-Sesame Street Name That Tune :30 Gambit 7-Wlnnina Streak Reed Farrell 4-Gamblt 6-WInnlng Streak Gambit 10-Wlnnlno Streak Winning Streak Now You See It 7-Hlgh Rollers 9-AII My Children 3-All My Children Now You See It High Rollers Now You See It Love of Life Hollywood Sauarcs Brady Bunch Brady Bunch 4-LoveotLlfe Hollywood Squares Love of Lite Sauares Hollywood Squares 2-Young and Restless Jackpot Password Password Young and Restless Jackoot and Restless Jackpot Jackpot Tomorrow 7-Celcbrlfy Sweepstakes Split Second Split Second Tomorrow 6-Celebrlty Sweepstakes Tomorrow IQ-CelebrHv Sweepstakes Celebrity Sweepjtokes Tuesday Afternoon :00 News, Weather Weather Eyewitness News 3-Nows i-Famllv Affair Noon Edition Noontime In School News Town ond Countrv i- :30 9-Let'sMakcaDeal Make a Deal 4-As (he World Turns B-Asine World Turns Company 2-Guldlng Light of Lives Game Game J-Guldlng Light ot Lives a-Guldlna Light Davsnf Lives School 2-Edae of Night In Mv Life 3-Glrl In My Life ot Night of Night 2-Prlcefs Right 7-Anolher World 9-Generul Hospital 3-General Hospital Is Right World 8-PrIce Is Right World Gome To Survive or Marriage 9-One Life To Live. Life To Live Game To Survive a Marriage Game To Survive a Marriage To Survive a Marriage Pyramid 3-S10.000 Pyramid Relations 3-Dr. Max Room 222 Island 3-Movlc Douglas In Space Woman Show 6-Mcrv Griffin Douglas 12-Mlstcrooers 13-Mcrv Grlflln 2-Portrldgfr Family Squod 4-Hogon's Heroes Ooone. 12-i.esome Street Dragnet 3-Ncwsteolures island :30 ?-CBS News 7-NBC News 9-ABC 3-ABCNews 4-CBS News 6-MRC I-CBSNCWS 10-NBCNews CompOrtV 13-NBC News '-Year-Old Has Jeer, Hold Man Creighton Campbell, 19, of 214 xth street SW. has been charged with contributing to the delinqucncey of a minor for al- legedly providing beer to minors, including a 9-year-old girl. Linn deputies arrested him Friday night about two miles cast of Central City. They reported he made beer available there to a lli-year-old Cedar Rapids boy and three Centra] City girls, 9, 10 and 14 years old. Campbell was released from the jail Saturday. vill hold its annual meeting Puesday noon at room 156 at St. Luke's hospital. I Illinois Grad James W. fflieeler, 3859 Lost Valley road IE, has been awarded a doctor's iegree from the University of llinois, Urbana. Watch Missing Joseph F. Cira, 2541 Falbrook drive NE, eported a ladies' watch valued t was lost or stolen from his residence recently. Violin Stolen Police report- ed a antique violin and bow were taken from Ye Oldo Shoppe, 700 First street'SW: Sunday by thieves who broke a window and reached in and took it. St. Paul's Annual Holiday Fair -1340 3rd Ave. S.E. Nov. 14th, School Damaged Police re- ported a window, two outside timed lights and several outside lights were broken at Harrison elementary school, 1310 Eleventh street SW, Sunday. Damage was estimated at Auto Mechanics Citizen ad- visory committee for auto me- chanics programs at Kirkwooc Community college will meel Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the me- chanics shop of Linn hall. Members will elect a new chair- and discuss modular in- struction methods. SIDING FREE KTIMATCS J3M363'fi5S4 ered, but nothing taken. Christmas Theatre tours to Chicago December 6-7 and Min- neapolis November 29-30. Trav- 1 and Transport.' 393-8747. .dv. Items Stolen Chris S. Miles, 019 Park avenue SE, told police in hand gun and worth of :hange were stolen from his resser drawer recently. Rhonda Bolden is now work- ing at Jan and Jerry's Beauty Salon, 3917 Center Point wad NE. Early appointments avail- able. 393-5818. Adv. Tools Taken Glenn E. Hoose, Whitten, reported tools and tool box valued at were taken from his car Sunday night while it was parked in the 100 block of Second street NE. Ambassador Lounge, dancing nightly, East Car Entered Kevin S. Hunt- er, 724 Thirty-fifth street SE, reported someone entered his car and took a tape deck and eight track tapes valued at The Amana company Steel- (Continued fromJPagc 1.) machinery depreciation. And I he cost of closing down before and restarting after a strike can be staggering. That's why Hie no-strike agreement signed last spring with Hie million-member United Sleclworkers Union was espe- cially significant. While most companies' were reluctant to discuss their coal reserves for competitive rea- sons, the American Iron and Stepl Institute estimated the in- dustrywide coal stockpile at about 30 days' supply with half the steelmakers with less than 20 days' supply on hand. Plans Vary Contingency plans vary among steelmakers, who con sume one of every six tons of coal mined. Jones Laughlin Steel Corp, says it will operate normally'for ,he first week and reassess the situation after that. U.S. Steel Corp., the nation's largest producer, plans to slow iroduction by 25 percent imme- diately and 50 percent if the strike goes past two weeks. The impact of the strike will be minimized in the steel in- dustry if the mills can keep been charged with patent jn-j operating and avoid the costly ringcment by White Consoli-; 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' j allowed to cool off if a patents on the refrigerators are nvalid and petitioned the court o uphold this contention. Youth Is Charged With Trespassing A 16-year-old boy discovered nride St. Mark's Methodist hurch, 4700 Jacolyn drive NW, unday night has been charged 'ith trespassing. Police said a custodian found le youth lying on the floor in- ide the church. There was no igh of forced entry and nothing 'as taken. The youth had apparently een drinking. Another 15-year-old boy was rrested for intoxication .at a oncert at Veterans Memorial oliseum Sunday. He was being questioned by la police youth bureau Mon- ay. Want ads are easy to use and reduce quick, satisfying re ults Dial 398-8234. degree temperature can't be maintained the brick linings 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 steelmakers had only a one-day supply of coke on hand. A cutback by steelmakers eventually would have a crip- pling effect on related indus- tries, such as automobiles. But power companies would be able to stretch their energy supplies somewhat by not hav- ing to serve the steel compa- nies. MorAmerica Financial Corporation SUBORDINATED DEBENTURES DUE JUNE 30, 1984 Interest Payable May 31 and November 30.. 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