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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 18, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Television Today 'Nova' Hunt For Quark NEW YORK (NYT) The "Nova" series has returned to public television, on Sundays at p.m., and is quite nice- ly living up to ils own billing as "science adventures for curious grownups." The hour-long productions, either made by station WGB11 Bos- Ion or imported from the Bril- ish Broadcasting Corporation, can be almost deceptively di- verting or unashamedly de- manding. It's the kind of mix that salvages the reputation of educational television. There is moro than (he usual dollop of research1 method in its success. Michael Ambrosi- no, the executive producer, was allowed lo spend several months in England observing Ihe science library and pro- jects of the BBC. In addition to gaining some practical ex- pertise, he was able to make some outstanding acquisitions for his own series. The WGBH productions tend to be realtively modest. "Why Do Birds produced by Ben Shedd, used the data of an interrelated group of sci- entists and some first-rate photography to decipher the singing and territorial iiabits of birds. Among the findings: birds of a single species but from different areas develop distinct sound "dialects." This Sunday's program, pro- duced by David Patterson for the BBC, was a considerably more complex and, perhaps intentionally, ambivalent en- deavor called "The Hunting of the The quark, a word coined by James Joyce in "Finnegan's is the elementary suhunil that may, or then again may not, be dis- covered inside the proton. There is no conclusive proof Hy John j. O'Connor__ of ils existence, but the mere possibility is significant in explorations into the myster- ies of atom. The seareli was placed with- in a context of highly sophisti- cated and advanced physics. Multimillion-dollar research projects were recorded in Eng- land. Switzerland and the United States. An internation- al battery of physicists, some of them Nobel prize- winners, was brought on camera for de- tailed and generally helpful commentary. The giant efforts can hardly be dismissed but, simply on the basis of this documentary, they can certainly he ques- tioned. With bigger and bigger machinery being built to find smaller and Smaller particles, which may not exist, Ihe costs are astronomical. Meantime, the internal and international political jockeying for funding and influence grows more in- tense. Why? One prominent Amer- ican physicist, barely able to control his enthusiasm, offered this explanation: "It's the re- sult of curiosity it's im- possible to stop." After exam- ing several convincing theor- ies for the existence of the quark, the BBC program con- cluded with the results of some new experiments that seem to demolish those theories. WGBH provided its own coda, in which still an- other scientist cast a shadow of doubt over the new experi- ments! That scientist provided the most reasonable 'rationale for theoretical research: The point "is not an accumulation of facts but high strides in understanding through peri- odic syntheses.'' The quark still lives, maybe. In any case. "Nova" provided an ab- sorbing portrait of the ab- stract and intense world of modern physics. Television Listings Waterloo Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids Ollumwa Rock Island Monday Tuesday Night Morning 2-Sunriso Semester 'i-New Zoo Revue 8-Sunrise Semester 13-Not Women Only 2-CBS News 4-CBS News 6-Today B-CBS News 10-Today 1 3-Today :30 9-Romper Room 3-Music :00 9-New Zoo RCVUG 2-Copt. Kangaroo 3-Sesame Street 4-Capt. Kangaroo 8-Capl. Kangaroo O.Mo-ning Show :00 7-Name Thai Tune 9-Mike Douglas 2-Jokcr's Wild 3-Cartoons 4-Joker's Wild 6-Name That Tune 8-Joker's Wild 10-Name That Tune 12-Sesame Street 13-Name That Tune 7-Winning Streak 2-Gambil 3-Reed Forrell 4-Gambit 6-Winning Streak 8-Gambil 10-Winning Streak 13-Winning Streak 7. High Roller! 9-AliMy Children 2-Now You Sec It 3-AII My Children 4-Now You See It 6-High Rollers 8-Now You See It 10-High Rollers 12-In School 13-High Roller! 7-Holly wood Sqs. Davenport taCrosse Rochester Iowa Cily DesMoinos 7-l-Juws, Woallmr 9-Eyewilness News 2-Aclion News 3-News, Wcolhcr 4.Aclion 6- News, Weather 8-News, Weather 10- News, Weather 12- Echoes of Childhood 13-Eyewilness News 7-Sanford and Son 9-Lel's Moke Deal 2-To Tell Trull, 3- Let's Make Deal 4-Price Is Right 6-Hollywood Sqs. 8-Consequences 10-Name Thai Tune 12-Audubon Wildlife 7- Born Free 9- Rookies 2-Gunsmoko 3-Rookies 4-Gunsmoke 6-Born Free 8-Gunsmoke 10- Born Free 12-Special of Week 1 3- Born Free 7. NBC Movic- "Godfather" PI. II 9-Footboll- Chiefs-Broncos 2-Maude 3-Foolboll- Chiefs-Broncos 4-Maude 6-NBC Movie- "Godfather" PI. II 8-Maude 10- NBC Movie- "Godfather" Pt. II IS-NBCMovie- "Godfother" PI. II 2-Rhoda  t Ain-'M- .1 .1 Vlllir V I ml W..I 9-Brady Bunch 2-Love of Life 3-Brady Bunch of Life 6-Hollywood Sqs. 8-Love of Life 10-Hollywood Sqs. 13-HollywoodSqs. 7-Juckpot 9-Pasiword 2-Youny, Restless 3-Posswotd 4-Younrj, Restless A-Jackpot 8-Young, Restless 10-Jackpot 13-Juckpal 7-Culcbiily 9-Split Second 2-Tomonow 3-Split Second 4-Tomorrow 6-Celebrity Sweepstakes 10-Colebrily Sweepstakes 13-Celebrity Sweepstakes Tuesday Afternoon 10 News, W.'ulher IV In irluiol 1.1 News .Mown. Country 10- Virginia 1 3-Cartoons 7-Jeopardy 9-Let'sMako Deal 2-As World Turns 3-Lcl's Make Deal 4-As World Turns 6-Joopardy 8-As World Turns 1 0-Jeopardy 1 2-Elcctric Co. 13-Movie 7-Days of Lives 9.Nuwlywed Game 2-Guiding Light 3-Newlywed Game 4-Guidinq Light 6-Doys oftLivos 8-Guiding Light 10-Days of Lives 12-ln School 7-Doclors 9-Girl in Mv Life 2. Edge of Night 3-Gifl in My life 4-Edge of Night 6-Doctors 8-Edge of Night 10-Doclors 7-Another World 9-General Hospital 2-Price Is Right 3-Generol Hospital 4-Price Is Right 6-Anolher World 8-Price Is Righl 10-Another World 13-Another World 7-How To Survive Marriage 9-One Life To Live 2-Match Game 3-One Life To Live 4-Match Game 6-Flow To Survive Marriage 8-Malch Gome 10-How To Survive Marriage 13-How To Survive Marriage 7-Somersnt Pyramid 2-Taltlctales 3-S10.000 Pyramid 6-Somerscl .8-Talllelalcs 10-Somersel 12-Human Relaliont 1 3-5omerset 7-Room 222 9-Gillinui) Island j 2-Dr. Max 3-Movie i 4.Mike Douglcis 6-Jeannio fl-Bcwilched 10-Losl inSpuce 1 2-Design Woman 13-Floppy 7-Dnnaiwn 9-Lucy Show fi-Melv GllflNI 8.Mike Douglas 12-Mislcrnam 13-Mciv G'liffin 9-Mod Squad family 4.Hogon'sllcioes 10 Daniel [ioone 7 2-Comequnnces 3'Nc'wilenlurei (Mliiian Island Ni-wi O.AIIC M.-WI ens NI-WI :i Ant: .I-CBS Nnws ft NBC News 1! New-, 10 NBC Ni'wv r; ii.-.ii I. 1.1.NBC IJi-ivi Irish Mourn Stricken President DUBLIN Ireland Mon. mourned Krskine Childers (ho first Protestant dueled pres- ident of t li e predominantly Roman Catholic republic. He was 08 and had been president for 17 months. Childers, CD, suffered a licari attack Saturday night during a speech to an audience of doctors on the stresses of modern life He died early Sunday in a Dub- lin hospital. The body was taken to St. Patrick's hall in Dublin ensile, where it will lie in slate until Wednesday. Funeral services will be held Thursday, which Prime Minister Liam Cosgravc designated as a day of na- tional mourning. Childers, a former depuly prime 'minister and popular vet- eran politician, was elected Ire- land's fourth president after the retirement of Eamon de Valera. He was the son of Robert Ers- kine Childers, a British army officer who sided with de Valera during Ihe 1021-22 Irish civil war and was executed by Ihe nev Irish Free State for possessioi of guns. Childcrs, then 1C, was taken to say goodbye to 'his father in prison and later recalled: "He lold me to shake the hand of those who had signed his execu- tion warrant, never to bear a grudge, and to ensure that civil war never blackened Ireland again." Childers made that his philso- pliy and won broad public sup- port. He worked for reconciliation with Northern Ireland, where the Protestant majority is intent on retaining ties with Britain. Childers' mother was an American, the former Mary Al- der Osgood of Boston. He was educated at Cambridge univer- sity. Childcrs had two sons by his first wife, who died, and a daughter by his second wife, Rita. Godfather Reap: Big TV Rating NEW YORK (UPI) More than 70 percent of persons watching television in Los An- geles and New York Saturday night watched the motion pic- lure "The accord- ing to the A. C. Niclson Co. NBC, the network broadcast- ing (ho film in two parts, sait it may become the mos watched film in American TV history. Part 2 will be broad cast Monday night. Niclson said Part 1 received -17.8 rating and a 72 percent share of the audience, according o surveys in Los Angeles and New York-. North Iowa Federal Court Bars Attorney A Sioux City lawyer has been suspended from practice in the U. S. District court, northern district of Iowa, following a sus- pension from the Iowa bar assn for failure to file state and fed oral income tax returns. Daniel Galvin admitted to not filing federal returns for the years 19lifi and 19G8 and neglect- ing lo file stale returns from 1967 to 1971. lie was suspended from the bar association for nine months. Galvin was given until Nov. 25 lo appeal the suspension from the federal court. Caslavka Murder Case to Grand Jury The murder case of Graydon Caslavka has been bound over lo the Linn grand jury after a preliminary hearing in magis- trate's court Friday. In another development in Ihe case of the 27-year-old Cedar Rapids man, his attorney's ap- plication to obtain a psychiatric examination at counly expense has been granted. Caslavka, a custodian at Harding junior high school, is accused in the shooting death at !he school of another janitor, Hedginald D. Cacly, 26, Walker. on Nov. 1. i City Briefs Alalet'n Kenwood unit will meet at Ihe Ixjvely Lane United Methodist church Tuesday at p.m. Proof Sets make excellenl gilts priced from Jerome's Rare Coins.--Adv. Clothes Stolen Clothing val- ued at belonging lo Marge Lallimcr, Park Towne court NE, was stolen from laundry machines in the com- plex' laundry room Sunday af- ternoon, police said. Swiss Colony, chocolate arid vanilla coating for pretzels and candy making, by bulk, now available. Lndale Player Taken Raymond E, Delarm, rural Atkins, roporteci a casselte tape player and three cassette tapes, valued all were stolen from his car Sunday afternoon while it was parked in he GOO block of First avenue SW. Carole Hansen welcomes old and new customers. Terri's Beauty Shoppe. home, excellent references. 363-7466, 38th j St. and B Avc. It's An Old Fashioned Christ- mas from Rose's Candle Niche, Rent Ryder Trucks at Buresh East, Rick Cocking is now taking appointments at Germaine's En- core Styling Salon 366-2393 363-5559.-Adv. Beat the Cold! Go to Hawaii in January. Call Haldy's. 363- Jim is styling hair at Klip 'N' Kurl, evenings 6-0, 363-0019 Adv. Shampoo living room 511.95, bedroom S8.95. Diamond Carpet -Adv. Best Renlal Rents The Best -Adv. (Conlinued from Page 1.) there were no Israeli casualties in the ensuing battle. Mandate Expires The mandate allowing U. N peace-keeping troops to police the Golan cease-fire line expire! Nov. 30. Syria has indicated i may not renew the mandate. An Nahar, quoting diplomatic sources, Monday said Syria wil renew the U. N. mandate for another period of three to six months but it listed these Syriai conditions: The resumption of the Geneva Arab-Israeli talks "as soon as and the rejection ol any political negotiations out- side the Geneva peace confer- ence. Specific steps attached to lime-table to guarantee full Israeli withdrawal from the oc- cupied Arab territories. A guarantee of all the legal and national rights of the Pales- tinian people. A guerilla spokesman in Beirut said eight Israeli gun- boats fired cannons and ma- chine guns for two hours early Monday against Al Rashidye, one of the largest Palestinian camps in Lebanon. He said Arab guerillas and Lebanese soldiers fired back, Hit gave no estimate of losses. The coastal camp, 47 miles soulh of Beirut, houses about refugees. A military spokesman in Tel Aviv said Israeli gunboats raid- ed a Palestinian guerilla sea jase just south of the camp. The spokesman said all ves- sels returned safely after what ie called "good hits." Israel las attacked Palestinian targets n Lebanon on a daily basis for he last week. What Do Many Doctors Use Brother Dies Word has been by Mr. and Mrs. Charles 11. lioyer, m Twelfth street NW, of the death of Mr. Boyer's brother, Shelton Boyer, at Hayard, Neb., Monday. St. Michael's Boutique, old- fashioned country kitchen Nov- ember 21st, 9-0, lunches served, 220 40th St. N.K.-Adv. Car Entered Nickel R. Brown, Iowa Cily, reported thieves broke into his car Sun- day while it was parked in the 100 block of Fourth street SE, and stole cash and recording equipment worth Tonight Slcakland, 4002 1st Avc. N. E. Fillet Special- complete dinner. Adv. UAW Retirees A potluck dinner and business meeting will be held Thursday noon at the Ellis YMCA. of the jury. It was expected lo Woman Sues: Claims Mouse n Pop Bottle A Cedar Rapids woman who claims she became sick from drinking a bottle of Coca Cola with a decomposed mouse in it on Dec. 25, 1972, has filed a suit in connection with he incident. Maxine R. Miller filed the pe- ition in Linn district court Fri- day against the Coca Cola bot- -ling companies of Cedar Rapids and Iowa, the national company headquartered in aeorgia and the Me Too stores. Mrs. Miller contends the mouse was in a bottle pur- chased from the Me Too store at 903 First avenue SW on Dec. 23, Sirica Sets Hearing on Hunt Memo WASHINGTON (UPII U.S. District Judge John Sirica Mon- day ordered a full hearing lo determine whether E. Howard Hunts' long-lost "bombshell" memo demanding money and pardons for the Watergate bur- glars can be submitted as evi- dence in the cover-up trial. The hearing sort of a trial begin Oct. 19. Tlic CVclar Itapids Mun., November 111, 1971 City Man Arrested, Struck Auxiliary Officer An City man has been charged with assault and battery and resisting for striking an auxiliary police officer who was investigating a traffic accident. Paul Henri Coty, 31, was arrested about a.m. Sunday at .Sixteenth avenue and C street SW. Police were investigating an Magistrate Three Appear on Drug Law Violations Three persons appeared in magistrate's court on charges of possession of controlled sub-si ance. The charge against Kevin Meyer, no address, was dismissed Friday. He was charged wilh possession of marijuana j accident involving Coty and a thwart prosecution plans lo Robert Baldwin, 1300 M streetcar driven by Pauline Crtimroy, pled guilty Friday and sen- Mcchanicsville, when Coty re- wrap up its cover-up cast against five aides of former I 'dicing was deferred for one President Nixon before the "c wils charged with pos- session of marijuana on Oct. 2G. Victor Scoville, no address, pled guilty Thursday and was fined and costs. He was charged with possession of marijuana on July 18. of the week. At issue is a memorandum written two years ago by Hunt, one of the original Wa- tergate bugging conspirators, demanding that the Nixon ad- ministration live up lo its prior "commitments" to pro- vide money and pardons to the Watergate burglars. The memo, which had been ost, suddenly was uncovered 7ri allrell, the prosecution two weeks in a catching the defense by sur- prise. Sirica said he wants to hear the full story of how the memo was found before the jury is told about it. portedly struck Veterans' Pub- lic Safety Officer John Kinney. Man Pleads to Amended Charge Adam Crosby, 1005 Eleventh street N'VV, pled guilty Thursday i charge of con- public place and given a ten-day suspended jail sentence. He was charged with con- tributing to the delinquency of a minor in connection with an Oct. 25 incident. "I want everything laid out in open Sirica said before the jury entered the courtroom, starting the eighth week of the trial. "1 don't care how many (witnesses) there arc they're, going to take the stand so the SlCVCn Hamilton, 2214 J street public will know the truth ar.disw> Slllll-Y Frlday in maS- thc jury will know at the c's courl to a charBe Fine Imposed for Assauif on Deputy Breakin Charges Filed Against 2 Two men have been charged with breaking and entering after police arrested them in- side the Waller J. French Paint Co., 414 Third avenue SE, early Monday. Michael John McDermo-ll, 18, of 1111 Brockman drive SE, and Robert Steven PoeschI, 18, of 1000 Forty-second street SE, were found hiding inside the building. They were being held in the Linn county jail in lieu of bond each. Police searched the building after spotting a car parked be- hind the building, and then no- ticed that iho building's back door had been pried open. jury time." of as- I sault and battery and was fined alleges the incident re- 1972. She sulted in illness, mental pain and suffering and traumatic neurosis. She says she has been unable to drink similar bever- ages since that time. Two rural Marion brothers were arrested early Sunda; after a search of their rcsidenc by Linn deputies uncovcrec about seven pounds of what i. believed to be low grade mari juana John R. Kralz, 29, and Gene E. Kratz, 24, were charged will possession of a controlled sub stance. They have been release1 from the county jail. A quantity of what is believec to be marijuana seed also was found in the search. In an at fi'davit lo obtain a search war rant, a depuly said a confiden- tial reliable informant had tolc The key ligurc in the mystery is Washington Attorney William Bi'.lman, Hunt's former lawyer. Hunt testified early in the trial that he gave the memo to Bitt- man in mid-November, 1972, to lass along to officials of Nixon's re-election campaign. Bittman repeatedly denied, even before the grand jury, thai ic ever received such a docu- ment. But chief trial prosecutor lames Neal told the court thai 5iltman surrendered it two .veeks ago after members of his former law firm read Hunt'; testimony and notified the pros- ecution that they had once seen such a memo. 60 and cosls. Me was charged with assault- ng Dennis Fiser, a Linn county deputy sheriff, on Nov. 15. of drug dealings dence. at the resi- Kirkwood Group To Meet with Ray A group headed by a Kirk- wood Community college in- structor will discuss funding for higher educalion Tuesday with Gov. Robert Ray. Wilbur Grove, electronics in- structor at Kirkwood. is prcs- dent of Ihe Iowa Higher Educa- ion Assn. The group, which includes 'acuity members from univer- sities, colleges and area col- leges in Iowa, was invited lo DCS Moines by Ray to share deas on funding and aid for post-high school education. Drive Safely (Continued from Page I.) on the nation's two stock exchanges violate anti-trus laws or are properly regulatet by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Saying the issue is now moot dismissed William Galley's re quest (o be freed from military confinement while his case is being appealed. Dismissed a challenge lo slate laws which bar suspended sent- ences or probation lo convicted drug peddlers. 
                            

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