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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa IO —^--^'-iMasbdGunmen Qun g/as/s School Chamber Award Rob PDO store .    .    _    To j-Tec,Inc. Television I Bv Jay Sharbutt Clerk of $100 Two men wearing bandanas Buses in Text Dispute J-T<* Associates, Inc., Tues- 'Soundstage' Makes Debut CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP) dents whose parents object to day was named recipient of the ^ —Two school buses were struck the books.    D NEW YORK (AP) — “Sound thing,” says Ehrlich, 31. stage”, a new series featuring    * * * robbed a clerk at the the start to establish a repute- store m Thirty-fourth street bv shotgun blasts Monday" night'"T*• i tion of treating performers like . C1AA . _    .    .    .    ?y    *sn0l^u“ oias,s wonaay nigin Meanwhile, npnnip inQtPiH nf thai niH ‘opt lSE* of $10° at gunpoint early in rural Kanawha county, where ......    . SS-grtSff in rn    •    controversy over language nu"lslers ,lMd'"K the J"**jRapids-Marion Area Chamber second “Community Recogni-.    .    'tion    Award”    in    the    program    ini- tunriamentalist tjate(j ^js jajl by the Cedar The clerk, Rebecca Conrad. 517 McKinley street SE, told arts textbooks has raged for have urged mothers to show up of Commerce more than two months. Earlier in the day, at the Kanawha county jail a car Tuesday to surrender to authori- ref tt""! J?    ^    mr.n    Sp°nt    ab#?‘    (fn{owned by parents who had betties for violation of the compo. _    .    ii.    rmr    ,,,uu    ~    M    *trefl j pe^ormer:*!minutes walking around the fending their children to school sory attendance laws Tuesday on public TV with a right. So we try to develop each I. e „ ..    ,    „    ,    .    *    1 one-hour salute to veteran show with the performers ap-"    .    0    c    an- bluesman Muddy Waters.    pearing on it. We never say to a danas and robbed her at The show is called “Blues guy, ‘This is what we want to 12:50 a.m. Tuesday. The sus- The award will be presented Watergate— (Continued from Page I.) “absolutely mandatory that it be done in absolute secrecy." “CRP Operation” “He told me the reason for the absolute secrecy was that it (the burglary) had been a CRP (Committee for the Re-election of the President) operation,” was firebombed. State police; state police said the two buses dinner meeting in the armory of said there were no injuries in were shot near Ruth in the H16 Veterans Memorial coli to Ted Johnson, president of the Kalmbach testified. firm, Wednesday night at the Kalmbach Mid he later re- Chamber’s Civic bureau 6 p m. ceived a wrapped package con- any of the three incidents. Alum creek area of the county. The violence came one day One was struck in the side and Summit in Chicago”. The sa-do. Now, let’s go through with it)peels apparently were waiting    Jlo    ^1^    in mvul ufofAvn or** anH cpu what wnW ant *    for    a    customer    to    leave    before    -    /    .    ®    radiator,    off    ice    IS toters working with Waters are and see what we’ve got. such celebrated — at least in “The Arlo Guthrie show in Rolling Stone—citizens as Mike December is a good example of Bloomfield, Buddy Miles, what we try to do. We just Johnny Winter and Dr. John. talked to him and said ‘Who After an advance peep at the would you like to do a show show, all I can say is that it’ll with?’ He said Hoyt Axton, prove a total gas for blues Steve Goodman and Jack El-freaks and    interesting in vary-    bott.” big degrees    for serious and cas- The last is    commonly    known ual music fans alike. It’s all a as Ramblin’ Jack Elliott. WTTW matter of taste.    was able to get Axton and Good- 1, pardon the personal refer- man. but couldn't reach Ramb-ence, only    can take about 20    lin’ Jack, minutes of    this show’s kind of “He just    kept    on    ramblin’,” blues. Any more than that and I Ehrlich sighed. “The last we start hollering for a fresh set of heard, he was on a motorcycle chord changes.    somewhere between Las Vegas If you’re in the same catego- and California.” ry, don’t let this turn you away Well, that's show biz. And from the remaining “Sound- Ramblin' Jack may still show stage” shows on tap the next 14 up for some future “Sound-weeks. At least give the series a stage”. In any event, check out try at some point during its run the series. Ifs worth a look and on public TV.    then some. * * * robbing the store. Miss Conrad following a school board said. Neither of the drivers was sen rn. Robert B. Faxon, executive vice-president of the Chamber who will make the presentation, were no Tuesday termed the new tabling $75,100 in $100 bills from former Commerce Secretary Stans, then finance chief of the Nixon campaign. Then, he said, he arranged for Anthony Ulasewicz, a former sajd    decision Friday to retain nearly J n j u r e d . There One of the men nodded a blue a11 °f the text^ooks. whicuh    passengers.    chamber project “a continuing New York police detective, to J    a(    nents    say    undermine    the    reb-    iwpct^rc    one ’with about a half a dozen .    ..    ,    jicu1Irc„montc ,innn automatic pistol at her while the gious faith and patriotism of    Npotted    Protesters    awards to be presented annually handle .the disbursements upon other man demanded mone> their children.    In another part of the county, to recognize significant con-the directions of Frederick from the cash register.    Private    Schools    a group of drivers tried unsuc- tributions to the economic dev- Larue, a Nixon campaign aide. Ponce described one of the    .    ..    ^    cessfully to move buses from: elopment and to the quality of ulasewicz and LaRue were the suspects as 5 feet - inches tall.    the Sissonville terminal, the life in the Cedar Rapids-Marion next Kheduled witnesses. During the first six weeks Shoplifter Escapes With Toaster, Pants A woman shoplifter Monday was chased from the J.C. Tenney’s store, IOO Second street SE. carrying eight pairs of pants and a toaster valued at $115. Police said the woman bolted for the front door when a store employe approached her. She was joined at the front door by another woman and together they ran into an alley at the railroad tracks in the JOO block between Second and Third avenues SE where they jumped into a waiting car driven by a man. Two employes chased the women, one of whom had the items in two large shopping bags. Police e-aid the description of the suspects was vague, but reported the car was a 1972 I model and copper colored. 160 pounds, with brown hair. He was wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans and a red plaid shirt. The other suspect was wearing blue jeans and a T-shirt. He had shoulder length blond hair. Both suspects were in their early 20s, police said. For one thing the range of \A/C. .XX scheduled headliners each week ▼▼Oman OU Tiers is impressively wide - Jose M:nnr Iniuripc Feliciano is on next Tuesday, IYimor ln|UneS followed by Harry Chapin. |n Auto Mishap Randy Newman, the Pointer;    • Sisters, Arlo Guthrie and so on Barbara J. Feeney, 43. Iowa And just judging from the .City, was examined at Mercy Waters and Feliciano shows ive ^,3, Monday after she was seen, this series by public TV    J station WTTW’ in Chicago is light years ahead of its com mercial cousins on concept, care and production. involved bi a two-car accident. Mrs. Feeney was examined for possible head injuries and released after the accident at It has a nice feel to it, an at- the intersection of Sixth street mosphere that lets the artist ^ Fifteenth avenue SW at 1:10 stretch out, improvise or simply roll along with the impression an p m . off-camera floor manager is Police said Mrs. F eeney s car giving the hurry-up sign to and a car driven by Donald W. make way for the next act or Cain. 22. of 1260 Wilson avenue commercial. SW. collided. And that’s the whole idea of    c,    .    , the show, says Ken Ehrlich. the Mrs . *eene>    barged executive producer of “Sound- disobeying a traffic signal stage”.    and Cain was charged with a “I think we began right from driver's license violation. Television Listings Loras College Regents Honor Donald Hines Donald Hines, Cedar Rapids attorney, will be honored for his 23 years’ service as member of the Loras college board of regents at a private dinner at the Long Branch supper club Wednesday. Hines served as chairman of the board for more than five years before retiring from the position in October. He will continue as member of the board. Msgr. Francis P. Friedl, college president, and C. T. O’Dowd, vice-president for business affairs and treasurer, will present Hines with the college's distinguished service award. Three Cedar Rapids alumni will be honored at the dinner with alumni service awards. They are the Rev. A. A. Soda-wasser, pastor of St. Matthew’s Catholic church: Tom Zachar. Cedar Rapids business man and Dr. Thomas Schueller, Cedar Rapids physician. urged their followers to amu 0f picketing on other oc- area. down the schools Tuesday_ and casions About 30 drivers riding r Tpc Associates was formed ti ,'u u    V i k ’ to send their children to private in a sinR,e bus arrived at the    .    !after the breakin, kalmbacn schools or educate them atdermbiaj orders to move home.    dbe    5uses (0 a secret location, But Supt. Kenneth Underwood but je^ wben they spotted a said the administration wouldl^p of protesters. pulsorv school attendance laws; Earl*fV a car driven by 27-.ase year. in light of the board's ruling to year-°ld ^ Jpry of Sisson- employes. return the books. The policy so^lekw s bunl«i ^ » f'r0' Johnson, who earned his bach-far this rear has been to issue>mb'fPar'n''>’ Placed, undcr elor and iuris doctor's degrees excused absences to those stu.:the hood exploded seconds after ___I    he    had left his rural home. Spry was able to get out of the car in Tells Father’s Poison Question in 1968 by Johnson and Robert ,estifiedi he received a total of Joy, who is the company s \ice- $145,000 in cash — $75,000 from president. Sales, which "preiStan4; on June 29. $40,000 from $130,000 the first year, climbed ^aRue on July 18 and $30,000 begin enforcing the state’s com-r'“~r.r' r ....., .    ,    I    J0    more    3    mi^i°n    doPa^    from LaRue on July 27. Of that   r^i niinnrinnnn ioi,c Earlier, a car driven by 27-|iast year. The firm now has 48 amount he sald ulasewicz made payments of $25,000 and $40,000 to conspirator E. Howard elor and juris doctor's degrees Hunts attorney and wife. at the University of Iowa, was    * named Iowa Small Businessman    ^ of the Year in 1972. .    I    On    Monday,    Watergate prose- time and extinguish the blaze J Tec products inc|ude an anJcutors interlaced taped seg-with a f.re extinguisher.    enameler    for    measuring    air ve-Wnts of three June 23, 1972 Spry said he felt the incident    , ajf gindicators,    White House conversations with HOUSTON (UPI) - A chem- was a warning to keep his chil- wa(er’ and current meters, (the testimony of then top CIA ist testified Ronald Clark O’— dren home from school, some-    mejers for    measuring gas    and F BI officials. Bryan asked him how much (h'n£ ho has declined to do in    jjqUjd fjow    rates in pipes    Deputy CIA Director Vernon cyanide it takes to kill someone £,,past;    ^    and    automobile    fuel    metering    Walters said he was summoned to the W’hite House on June 23. six days after tho breakin at Democratic national committee headquarters. Walters said he was directed by defendant H. R. Haldeman to call then acting FBI Director L. Patrick Gray and advise him A that CIA resources in Mexico would be jeopardized if the FBI continued its probe into the fi- less than two months before The textbooks involved in- iSySjems. O’Bryan's 8-year-old son was c^de supplemental texts from *    _____- fatally poisoned by tainted Hal- McDougal Litten and Co.’s    _    C-.-. loween candy    ‘Man” series: Scott Foreman    IdlDd    Man raCeS O’Bryan was indicted Monday C°-’s “Man in Literature series ^    Qiil+ on charges of murdering his son and ' Galaxy programs.    J)    IVI    ion Timothy, and of attempting to Among the selections consid-1 r 11 _ wJnri Crash murder his daughter Elizabeth, ered offensive are writings of    run wilily v^i ooh 5. He also was indicted on P°e^ e- e- cummings and black charges of the attempted murder of three other children, Kimberly Bates, ll, her brother, Mark, 8, and Whitney Parker, IO. DAVENPORT (UPI) authors Eldridge    Cleaver    and    50^ African former Palmer Malcom X. The minority report college of Chiropractics student  .............. ..... of the textbook review commit- ^ fded a million suit in dancing of the breakin. tee objected to Civil war Adm. jj. s. district court here against! Walters said he carried out David Farraguts    famous    pro-    a    Tama man    in connection    with    this    assignment    almost    immedi- nAimyiAm/tnf    “Iinmn TMA    ♦    I    * ..    ... August,    1972, traffic    ac-    ately,    although    at    the    time    he nouncement, “Damn the tor pedoes, full steam ahead as cjdent    could find no CIA connection to cursin^’    Kevin    C.    Forder.    27,    who    was    Watergate.    He    testified    that    he Water— 1 Continued from Page I.) j    -    7_T-    I    a Palm<T wni°r at the time of    thought it was possible that Hal- breakthrough. The U. S. has    NFO    Ask I na    TOT    the car-motorcycle crash said in    deman knew of some CIA opera- been insisting it is time that the    his suit that he has been left to-    tion of which he was unaware, oil exporters, with their vast    Commodity    ClttS    tally paralyzed from the chest    The jury then heard the first new income and their inability t A*J to spend much of it, take on a IO /A IO iin8nCGS , goodly share of the cost of feed- 2—WMT TV, Cedar Rapids 7—KWWl-TV, Waterloo 9—KCRG-TV, Cedar Raptds 3—K TYO,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 ing the hungry. Clark Prod Tuesday Night 4:00 J—Action News 7—News, Weather, Spts, 9— Eyewitness News . 3—News, Weather, Sots. ; 4—Action News    . 6—t> O'Ctock Edition 8—News, Sots , Weather IO—News, Weather, Sots. • 12—Designing Success 13—Eyewitness News 4:30 2—To Tell Truth 7—High Chaparral 9—Hollywood Squares 3—Candid Camera 4—Hee How A—Iowa Football 1—Consequences 10—Let's Moke a Deal 12—Secrets of Deep 13—Let s Make a Deal 7:00 2—Candid Camera 9—Happy Dovs 3—Happy Days 6—Adam 12 1—Good Times 10—Adorn 12 12—America 13—Adam 12 7:30 2—M*A*S*H 7—Hall of Fame— • Brief Encounter" 9—ABC Movie— ' All the Kind Strangers” 3—ABC Movie— ‘ All the Kind Strangers" 4—M* A*S*H 6—Holt of Fame— ' Brief Encounter" 8—M'A‘S‘H 10—Hon of Fome-Bnef Encounter" 12—Symphony 13—Hall of Fame— ' Brief Encounter" 8:00 2—Hawaii Flve-0 4—Hawaii Five-0 1—Hawaii Fiv#-0 8:30 12—Woman 7:00 2—Bornobv Jones 7—Police Story 9—Marcus Welby 3—Morcus Welby 4—Barnaby Jones A—Police Story 8—Barnaby Jones IO—Police Story 12—Soundstage    , • 13—Police Story 10:00 2—Action News 7—News, Weather, Spts,' 9—Eyewitness News 3—News, weather, Spts. 4—Action News A—IO O CIock Edition 8—News, Sots . Weather IO—News, Weather, Spts. 12—Day at Night 13—Eyewitness News 10:30 2—CBS Movie— "That Certain Summer" 7—Tonight 9—Wide World of Entertainment 3—Wide World of Entertainment A—Tonight    « •—CBS Movie— "That Certain Summer * IO—Tonight 12—Men Who Made Movies 13—Tonight 10:45 4—Mod Squad ^ ?2*—Sai« Is Deod 11:45 4—Bio Valley 12:00 2—Lost Word 7—Tomorrow A—Tomorrow IO—Tomorrow ’ 13—Tomorrow Wednesday Morning 6 ; 30 *j--Sunrlse Semester 4—New Zoo Revue 8—Sunrise Semester 13—Not for Women Only 7:00 2—CBS News * 7—Today 4—CBS News A—today 8—CBS News IO—Today 13—^Today 7:30 9—Romper Room 3—Lewis Family 8:00 2—Copt. Kangaroo 9—New Zoo Revue 3—Sesame Street 4—Copt. Kangaroo 1—Copt. Kangaroo 8:30 9—Morning Show 9:00 2—Joker s Wild 7—Nome Thot Tune 9—Mike Douglas 3—Cartoons 4—Joker'* Wild A—Nome That Tune ■ 8—Joker’* Wild 10-Nome Thot Tune 12—Sesome Street 13—Nome That Tune 9:30 2—Gambit 7—Winning Streok 3—Reed Farrell 4—Gambit A—Winning Streok 8—Gambit IO—Winning Streok 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 e—High Rollers 1—Furniture Refinishing IO—High Rollers 12—In School 13—High Rollers 10:30 2—Love of Life 7—Hollywood Sauores 9—Brady Bunch 3 -Brady Bunch 4—Love of Life A—Hollywood Squares 8—Love of Life 10—Hollywood Sauores 13—Hollywood Squares 11:00 2—Young and Restless 7—Jackpot 9—Password 3— Password 4—Young and Restless A—Jackpot 1—Young and Restless 10—Jackpot 13—Jock pot 11:30 2—Tomorrow 7—Celebrity Sweepstakes 9—Split Second 3—Split Second 4—Tomorrow A—Celebrity Sweepstakes 8—Tomorrow 10—Celebrity Sweepstakes 13— Celebrity Sweepstakes Wednesday Afternoon 12.00 2—News, Weather 7-News. Weather 9—Eyewitness News 3— News 4—Fomily Affair A-Noon Edition I—Noontime IO-News, Weather 12—In School 13—News I*-1*    , 3—Town and Country IO—Virginia 13—Cartoons 12:30 2—As the World Turns 7— Jeooordv 9—Let s Make a Deol 3—Let s Make a Oeot 4—As the World Turns A—Jeooordy 8—As the World Turns IO—Jeooordv 12—Electric Compony 13—Movie 1:00 2—Guiding Light 7—Days of Lives 9—Newlywed Gam# 3—Newlywed Gome 4—Guiding Light A—Days of Lives 8—Guiding Light 10—Days of Lives 12—In School 1:30 2—Edge of Night 7—Doctors 9—Girl In My Lite 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 Hosoitol 3—Generol Hospital 4—Price Is Right A—Another World 8—Price Is Right IO—Another World 13—Another World 2:30 J— Match Game 7—How To Survive a Marriage 9—One Life To Live 3—One Life To Lve 4—Match Game A—How To Survive a Marriage 8—Match Game 10—How To Survive a Marriage 13—How To Survive a . Marriage 3:00 2—Tattletales 7—Somerset 9—ti0,000 Pyramid 3—810.000 Pyramid 4—Tattletales A—Somerset 8—Tattletales IO—Somerset 12—Supervisory 13—Somerset 3:23?Dr.Mov    , 7—Room 222 9—GiHigan's Island 3—Movie 4—Mike Douglas A— Jeonnie 8—Bewitched 10—Lost in Space 12—Cover to Cover 13—Floppy 3:45 12-Bread, Butterflies 4:00 7—Boronia 9—Lucy Show A— Merv Griffin 8—Mike Douglas 12— Mlsferooers 13—Merv Griffin 4:30 2—Partridge Family 9—Mod Sauod 4—Hogan s Heroes IO—Daniel Boone 12—Sesome Street 5:00 2—Consequences 7—Dragnet 3—Newsteotures 4—Gllligan s Island 5:30 i-CBS News 7—NBC News 9—ABC News 3—ABC News 4—CBS News A—NBC News 8—CBS News 10—NBC News 12—Electric Company 13—NBC News Service said Monday. Harvesting is ahead of normal for this time of year for both crops, primarily because of ear-; ly frosts which cut growing time. The corn harvest is nearly complete in northwestern Iowa with other sections of the state 46 percent to 75 percent complete. the report said. The aver down from the accident.    of the    three tape segments on According to the petition. I which    Nixon is heard giving his CORNING (AF) — The Na- Forder’s motorcycle collided|aPProval ^ the CIA t0 P^* tional    Farmers    Organization | head-on with a car driven by:sua(*e    Gray that the FBI was (NFO)    is trying    to get its Iowa:the defendant, Thomas E. Shir- scout    to expose sensitive CIA members to turn over about SI ley, of Tama. The accident oc- operations, million in farm commodities to curred at the intersection    of    “Not    a Problem” ROME (UPI) — Three Demo- help the financially-troubled Iowa 67 and a Clinton county    ..    , X ftetnd tape ,    ,    deman-Nixon    meeting revealed Fonder charged Shirley was |he former President was chided President|know how well the program,Is^^ailed to stop at™ sto°p    IS1    rn r for delaying an which is a nationwide effort, is sign and failed t0 vicld one.half    and    dffendalit ,. ,    ,    ,    ,    , t John Ehrlichman meet with Shirley had plenty of time    to    Wa,(ers and    former    aA    Direc. avoid the crash.    tor    Ritard    Helms    just    a    few Attorneys for Forder said he minutes later, was released last month from a During the third tape seg-Wisconsin chiropractic clinic 65% of Iowa's Corn Harvested, 97% of Soybeans fan^s^ave^arvested"#?1^ eratie 1 S- senators, including unit. President Oren Lee Staley I road near Clinton c“f their £££? Urn ,0™r preside"tial condidates said Monday percent of their com. the Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting ...............  sign of the roadway. He also said Hubert Humphrey and George But Staley said he does not traveling at a McGovern. Ford Tuesday answer to a request for one g°inf> in Iowa. million tons’ extra food aid to “There are some” who have the world’s hungry nations. “The U. S. delegation (to the world food conference) cabled the request four days ago.” Sen. Clark <D-Iowa) told a news conference. “That certainly is time enough . . . certainly the Pres contributed, Staley said, “but I am not up to date on it. I came from Kentucky last week and they are down there — they’re beginning to get it in motion everywhere.’' The program of collecting can retunl t0 South Africa ident does not think such a mod- corn'    an^    caJBe    frorTj of year is 57 percent complete. in U.S. district K.v.v, wxc -vpvn i.»*. cc- estamoun» an jmrvKsihilitv “ members is part of a proposal age corn harvest for this time    is Hied reccmly  rv__ ',|omes n mid-S< this conference” so other na-lasKtu 115 II,tf,nbers t0 come up ThrT* roi^rVmcain imperative for the U. S. delega- (°lirt ,^.s Moines. The reporting semce said ..    .    .    i    ad    h    s    .    The    NFO rn mid-September there have been a few reports £    3    asked    its members to tions would follow suit and of com rotting and sprouting in I the field due to the high moisture and warm temperatures. All sections of Iowa have over 90 percent of their soybeans harvested, the report said. The usual soybean harvest for this time of year is 87 percent complete. The early harvest is permit- ~    .    . n ting plowing for the 1975 crop Grand JurY Receives to continue ahead of normal Drunk Driving Case with $10 million to head off an make contributions of their own. a"Tpt % ,tK‘ S«curitlie5 ,and Exchange Commission to place Linn County Landfill Winter Hours Are Set The winter hours of the Linn county landfill, effective immediately, are from 7 a m. to 5 p.m Monday through Saturday. The winter hours will be in ef-the organization in receiver-    un*B    next April 15. ship .    ,    .    Downpour    Hits The federal agency had    v charged that the NFO engaged Virqin Islands in fraud and deceit in accepting    ^ $8 million in loans from mem- CHARLOTTE AMALIE, V.I. hers without taking in enough (AP) — A torrential downpour dues to repay the loans    battered the Virgin Islands Staley said he could not re- Tuesday and Gov. Melvin Evans ment. Haldeman reports back to and is living in Davenport until j Nixon after meeting with the CIA officials. “Well, it’s not a problem.” says the former chief j of staff. In his testimony, Gray, now a private attorney in Stonington, Conn., said at least two crucial FBI interviews were postponed for two weeks because of the interjection of the CIA into the Watergate case. But in early July, Gray said he insisted that any CIA objections about the FBI Watergate investigation be put in writing. Meanwhile, Walters testified, more thorough checks showed no connection between any CIA operations and the seven Water- ....    „    —    .    -    ,      —    gate    burglars. and that preparation is already    \ ernon Schminkey, who gave    port how well the contribution    asked President Ford to declare    Gray quoted Walters as sav- 35 percent complete, the report    a southwest side address when    programs have gone across the    them a disaster area.    ing he would personally    notify “i?*    arrested, was bound over to the    country, but, “they look very    One man was reported elec-    Nixon of his resignation    if he The reporting service said the    grand jury following a prelim!-    good because that's the purpose    jtrocuted. Six inches of rain fell'were forced to continue    to de- Coal— (Continued from Page I.) miners and their families will be feeling the bite of lost wages as Christmas approaches . “But I serve notice on the coal industry that, no matter how great the pressure, coal miners will not be bludgeoned into accepting in the future a .contract that is not acceptable 'now.” No Early Action Labor Secretary Brennan indicated the government would not invoke the Taft-Hartley Act to order the miners back to work until they vote on a proposed settlement. “If they turn down the contract and the strike looks like ifs going on longer, then I think its time for the government” to act, Brennan said. At the White House, John Huston, deputy press secretary, said there “certainly is concern on the part of the President about dislocations and hardships that will result from the strike. We continue to be hopeful that the collective bargaining process will work . . . The prospects for settlement are good.” UMW Vice-president Mike Tr-bovich told newsmen, “I think we’re in for a three-week strike.” No Strike Fund Miller said that “right now we have a two-week strike,” but added that the duration would increase for as long as negotiations drag on. The UMW has no strike fund and, with the rank and file losing their paychecks, Miller said he and his 166-member staff will go off salary for the duration of the walkout. The union has made arrangements through its credit union for loans to its members and to send out instructions about food stamps and available welfare benefits. To Monitor Coal Exports WASHINGTON (UPII - Com-merce Secretary Dent Tuesday ordered government monitoring of all bituminous coal exports. The reporting program was put in place in hope of preventing an undetected drain of soft coal overseas. “Let me emphasize that this action does not embargo exports of coal,” Dent said. “Rather, it will give us accurate information on a weekly basis with respect to bituminous coal exported and contracted for export during the disruption of our domestic supply.” sorghum harvest is 80 percent nary hearing Thursday in mag- of an organization.” complete and popcorn harvest is istrate’s court on a charge of Staley said he did not know 87 percent complete.    drunk driving, second offense what the nationwide goal of the contribution program is. on the islands—a U S. territory clare a CIA interest in the case, within three hours. drunk driving, second offense. He was arrested Oct. 26 Chile To Free IOO Prisoners C. R. Man Faces .Morals Charge James T. ,Maddox. 39, of 390 John M Murphy, 18. of 1422 [Eighteenth street SE, was ar-Thirty'fourth street NE» and SANTIAGO (UPI) - The Chil-rested Monday on a warrant J?°n!e T* Dochterman- ,8- of 126 ean military government has an- charame him with liL! Bowlin« s,rCTt have been Winced plans to free more than j ging ham with sodomy. charged with malicious injury IOO political prisoners, challeng- ■ i * ij I™’ 3n ia*year'oId to a budd‘n£    4ng    the Soviet Union and Cuba 1^* polloi1 she was assault- Linn deputies reported the to do the same. cd on the morning of Od. 31 by two broke a window at the Otter General Haul Benavidez, the a man who gave her a ride. 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