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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Television Today By Jay Stmrnutt Way1 NEW YORK (AP) The NBC Television network is taking care of Christmas busi- ness Monday with a wonderful 1970 movie musi- cal version of Charles Dic- kens' "A Christmas Be sure to watch it. But also make certain you stay tuned for NBC's following show, "The Navajo a superb one-hour mood piece about the, still-surviving, still- strong traditions and culture of America's largest Indian tribe. The program, written and narrated in a gentle, low-key manner by Robert "Shad" Northshield, is a far cry from those plight-of-the-Indian TV essays which always seem to exhibit more pity than under- standing. This show, while exhibiting its share of compassion for the poverty, disease and al- coholism afflicting the Nava- jos, puts the emphasis on un- derstanding how they survive in a white man's culture. The title of the program sums it up: They survive be- cause of the Navajo a culture in which nothing is compartmentalized, in which shearing a sheep requires just as much "religious" ritual as burying a relative. Their "way" primarily is explained through the lives of a Navajo family and Long Salt, an 85-year-old medicine man. And it is consistently treated with dignity and re- spect, no doubt because the snow is as much a homecom- ing for Northshield as it is a portrait of Navajo life. He did a documentary about the tribe for CBS 20 years ago, and draws on it effective- ly in a series of then-and-now studies with old and new film footage of the people and land he visited in 1954. For instance, he recalls at the start of the show with accompanying black-and- white footage a Navajo baby boy who was dying of in- fant diarrhea, "the main killer of young Navajo Indi- ans." The child was brought to Long Salt, rituals and chants performed and "whatever monster lived within the tiny body, it apparently was slain by Long Salt's Northshield notes as he shows current film of the boy, now a strapping young man. As he points out, the medi- cine man "is tradition and tradition heals. That is the way of these people." It's a theme he keeps driv- ing home, not only in tracing the Navajo history but also in describing, with a quietly con- Irolled anger, the increasing intrusion of while culture on that of the Navajos. He occasionally uses music to underscore his thoughts and footage, and it's a seem- ing paradox: The music is of the white culture gentle Bach airs and, in one wrench- ing then-and-now look at Indi- an alcoholism, a slow version by Stan Getz of "Here's That Rainy Day." But somehow it all works .and greatly complements the understated narration of Northshield, who with his crew spent six weeks with the Navajos filming on Iheir res- ervation near the Arizona- Utah border. They've come up with a show of far more sensitivity than you usually see on the tube. And they deserve many cheers, if not an Emmy award, for the care Ihey put into "The Navajo Television Listings Cedar Ropidi Cedar Rapids Waterloo Otlumwa Island WOC-TV, Davenport La Croat Roche.ler Iowa City Moinei Monday Night 2-Aetion News 7-News, Weather 9-Eyewitness News 3-News, Weather 4-Action News .VNews, Weather 8-News, Weather 10-News, Weather 12-Disneyland Carols 13-Eyewitness News 2-To Tell Truth 7-Sanford and Son 9-Lcl's Make Deal 3-Lel's Make Deol 4-Price Is Right 6-Hollywooa Sqi. 8-Consequences 10-Christmas Child 12-Audubon Wildlife 1 3-5onford and Son 2-Aeiop's Fables 7-Scrooge 9-Rookies 3-Rookies 4-Aesop's Fables 6-Scrooge 8-Aesop's Fables 10-Scrooge 12-Special of Week 13-Scrooge 2-1 Heard Owl Call My Name 4-1 Heard Owl Coll My Name 8-1 Heard Owl Call My Name 9-Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl 3-Astro-Bluebonnet Bowl 2-Medical Center 7-NBC News Special 4-Medical Center 6-NBC News Special 8-Medical Center 10-NBC News Special 12-Three Churches At Christmas 13-NBC News Special 2-Aclion News 7-Newi, Weather 4-Action News 6-News, Weolher 8-News, Weather lOiNews, Weolher 12-Day at Night 13-Eyewitness News 2-CBS Movie- "Michael Kohloas" 7-Tonight 6-Tonight 8-CB5 Movie- "Michael Kohlaas" 10-Tonight 12-David Susikind 13-Tonight 4-Mod Squad 9-Eyewitness News 3-News, Weather 9-America 3-Movie- "Ono Day Befoio Tomorrow" 4-Big Valley 12iOO 2-tail Word 7-Tomorrow 6-Tomorrow 1 0-Tomorrow 3-Tomorrow Tuesday Morning Semester Rftvuo Waterloo 8-Sunrise Semester 13-Not Women Only 2-CBS News 7-Today 4-CBS News 6-Todoy 8-CBS News 10-Todoy 13-Todoy 9-Romper Room 3-Music 2-Capt. 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S. Judge Voids ASCS Penalty On Grundy Man U.S. District Judge Edward J. McManus has voided a pen- alty levied by the U.S. depart- ment of agriculture against a Grundy county farmer for al- leged violations of USDA diver- ted acres provisions. Phillip Prosscr of rural Eldora brought suit in federal court against Agriculture Secretary Earl liutz, claiming the proce- dures used to assess the penalty deprived him of due process as guaranteed by the Fifth amend- ment. Prosscr, a tenant for farm owner Mary Smith, participated in 1972 in the feed grain set- aside program administered by the Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service. One of the provisions of the program was cattle grazing on the diverted land for the six- month crop season year. Neighbors Report In July of 1972, seven of Prosser's neighbors reported to the Grundy county ASCS that cattle had been on the 27.1-acre tract for three weeks. Based on this petition and an admission by Prosser, the ASCS county committee fined the farmer He appealed this action to state and national committees, and the penalty was subsequent- ly cut in half. In upholding the contentions of Prosser's suit, McManus termed the procedures used by the Grundy county committee "constitutionally insufficient." He noted there was no hearing prior to the assessment of the penalty, and that Prosser was not given access to the evidence used against him and was nol given the opportunity to consult Dial 800 First If You Seek Tax Assistance The Internal Revenue Service reports there has been some confusion in the Cedar Rapids area concerning the IRS' toll- free taxpayer assistance num- ber, 800-362-2600. Since 362 is a telephone prefix common in Cedar Rapids, many callers are reportedly trying to reach the local office by dialing the last seven numbers only. J.T. Rideoulte, IRS district director for Iowa, explained it is necessary to dial the complete 10-digit number to reach the as- sistance office in DCS Moines. The free service replaces the telephone service provided in the past by the Cedar Rapids IRS office. a new wage-price report did not (Continued from Page 1.) service job programs and unem- ployment compensation. Profits Sidestepped In urging policy, the address the question of profit controls. Vice-chairman William Proxmire (D-Wis.) said commit- tee economists believe profits will take care of themselves il prices are restrained. The report said a wage-price policy should focus mainly on industries and unions with sub- stantial market powers. Heller also called for selective price controls, but not a full set of wage-price rules. He said the federal Council on Wage and Price Controls should be equipped with call for a rollback or deny price hikes in what it considers fla- grant cases. It now only has (he power to thrust attention through public hearings on price increases considers inflationary- Heller also urged Ford to call on workers to limit wage de- mands next year to 7 lo 8 per- cent. Man Pleads Innocent To Charge of Arson A Davenport man indicted last week on a charge of arson in connection with a fire at the Salty Dog tavern, highway 30 west, pled innocent Monday in Linn district court. Judge Louis Schultz set trial fnr David C. Hinlermeister for I Feb. 10. On motion of his attorney, the judge also allowed Hin- termeister to post, his own bond without surety. He had been in jail. The judge released the de- fendant to Community Court Services and said lie may return lo Davenport to seek employ- ment pending trial. Read Entertainment Pages Daily Via The Gazette City Briefs Instruments Stolen and Alanon Ix-Velle, 1224 Vcrnon View meetings will be lion, reported to Linn at 8 p.m. at Lovely the theft of in music Methodist ment from his for collectors. Alutccn The Kenwood and stamps, ie will not meet this Holiday Party Equipment Stolen Buresh Rental. Wherry, Oxford Junction, Christmas presents Look to the Stars! at were stolen from shop the Want Sunday night while it at 3814 Terrace Car Entered Kevin 1923 Central drive SW, thieves entered his car Ib. while it was parked at Baskets: Johnson avenue NW and stole a guitar and record album, Ray's Market, Bowling at Gone A Thrifty Steam Carpet belonging to ing rental machines. 345 Fifteenth avenue uses them. stolen from his car his residence, police Machine Opened Police ported someone broke into way Equipment Co., 616 D avenue NW, Sunday and took Special Shampoo liv ing room, bedroom change from a pop Carpet Furs exclusively Entered Furrier, Marion. and Steve Third street "NW, told Items Stolen Leonard entered their lard, 3628 Twenty-first afternoon and stole SW, reported a camera, change and stereo player, radio, cassette at and bridle, worth stolen from his residence Ideas: "Gush day afternoon by someone toilet seats; pried open his back Thomas Best Rental Rents The Stolen Rudolph 1539 Seventh avenue Promoted Terry Usher, a citizens band of Mr. and Mrs. Victor stolen from his car 1114 North avenue NW, was his moted lo marine private class upon graduation from Christmas and recruit depot, San New Year Ito the postal in Cedar Rapids and Christmas Planters, from branch 373, tias and Centerpieces. of Letter Florists, 366-1826. Avenue 366-7148. Free Communicators Brcakin Police said photography broke into the Steven M. the MP-4 Polaroid slide son residence at 1427 will be held at street SW sometime Products, Wednesday and stole street SE, Sunday worth including an tique clock, stereo equipment, electric calculator and a Lounge and dancing every Mother Dies Services Marion. burial for Mrs. Glade field, 73, mother of Glade terfield of Cedar Rapids, place Sunday in Bradenlon, She died there Friday. Butterfield was a long-time ident of McGregor. Two sons survive, Keith of Saudi Arabia, and Alan of Still-water, Minn., as well as 11 grandchildren and a sister. Ski Hawk Hill. Cedar lnformation-362-2129, 363-2871.-Adv. Graduate Gary L. Jensen, 507 Dunreath drive NB, graduated recently from ksto (Minn.) State Two Men For Car Two men are being held! Linn county jail in lieu of bond each on a charge of ceny of a motor Steven Hepprle, 18, of Third street NW, and Knowles, 19, of 600 G NW, were taken into Saturday night by Linn Also arrested, was 16-year-old wife. She was leased lo her Man Sentenced Having Stolen Kevin (Morgan of Rapids Monday was to a year in Linn counly jail a charge of receiving Morgan is accused of ing stereo and radio last August. The equipment the property of Kennelh Channel will "THE CITY FORGOT Dec. 24 at We have the illustrated in (Continued from Page 1.) j properly in permanently pre- venting segregated private schools from using facilities of state-supported public institu- tions. Rejected claims lhal U. S. The Cedar Haplds Gazette: Mon., December 23, 1D74 in YEARS AGO Hussia pluiiRcd the U.S. into n new crisis by rejecting nn Asian- African plan designed lo permit the General Assembly lo recess for the holidays without a show- down on peacekeeping assess- ments. CEDAR BOOK STORE 3519 1st Ave. SE Cedar Rapids 366-7189 courts of appeals do not have power to issue procedural re- strictions on judges seeking to curb press coverage of criminal trials. Ruled 6 to 3 against a woman on welfare who claimed a Penn- sylvania power company violat- ed her civil rights by cutting off her electricity for nonpayment of bills. The court let stand decision of two lower courts upholding the union management agreements which required commentators William Buckley, M. Stanlonj Evans and Fulton Lewis 111 to join unions. Denied review a Pennsylvania ruling that a confession given in a Pittsburgh murder case could not be used because po- lice did not warn the suspect of 'jhis rights. White Pleads Innocent At Murder Arraignment John Lee White, 30, formerly of Cedar Kapids, pled innocent Monday in the shooting death last February of Donald Van Steenis. While, serving time al the state penitentiary in Fort Ma- dison on a Tama county larceny conviction, was indicted for murder last week by a Linn county grand jury. Linn District Judge Louis False Save Clerk from Thief's Bullef OMAHA (AP) A clerk at an Omaha supermarket was apparently saved from serious injury Saturday by a set of dentures. Witnesses told police that Nathaniel Hobert. 18, entered the Bedford Market at 42nd and Bedford Saturday after- noon and stuck a .22 pistol into the mouth o" the clerk, Mrs. Evelyn Snudgnios. Wilnesses said he then fired one round into her mouth. The shot struck the dentures and and her only injury was a bruised mouth. Witnesses told officers a customer in the store was carrying a pistol at the time ol the attempted robbery. After the assailant fired the round into the mouth of Mrs. Snodgrass, I h e customer pulled his weapon and fired a number of shots at Holbert. Holbert was reported in serious condition at an Omaha hospital with wounds to the head, abdomen and arm. 38 caliber slug striking the base of his skull. He was reportedly shot several times. The murder weapon has not been recovered. Oral Statements Kopecky revealed that oral statements were made by the defendant while he was incar- cerated last February in the Marshall county jail. The case had been pending since thai time, and Sheriff Walter Grant said last week no new evidence had been un- covered. He said outgoing County Ally. William Faches would not present the case to the grand jury earlier. The sheriff said Kopecky was allowed, after his election in November, to proceed with the case since he will be in charge of prosecution after January. Schultz intended to set trial in the case for Feb. 10, but White's two court-appointed attorneys said their schedules would not allow a trial until early May. "The case seems very in- volved, and I don't think we can be ready before one of Ihe attorneys said. While Agreed Schultz then reminded While of his right to a speedy trial, within 60 days of indictment, but White nodded his head in approval of a later trial dale. Defense attorneys indicated a desire to question all grand jury witnesses in the case. A Cedar RapWs mm Fridgy The judge admonished gjral untjj after Christmas fense lawyers not lo duplicate; serve scven days in Linn their time in working on jaji on a charge of at_ case, and told County breaking and entering, elect Eugene Kopecky to work Monte T Dochterman was out discovery "for the benefit of sentenced on two other breakin Ihe Linn county treasury." [charges in Linn district court Man's Sentence To Start after The Holiday Judge Schultz then asked the defense attorneys for a list of cases and trials on their sched- ule "so we can get this to trial Friday. He received suspended 10-year prison terms in those cases. The two breakins July 18 were as soon as possible. ial a dental office at 176 Jacolyn said the judge, drive NW, and at the Ele_clrolux "I'm not going to wait until May, both for the sake of the defendant and the public." Back to Prison Corp., 188 Jacolyn drive NW. The attempted breakin, on the same date, was at a business at 182 Jacolyn drive NW. Judge jLouis Schuili, un the latter White was to be returned to charge, sentenced Dochterman Fort Madison later Monday. to 60 days in the jail, but said he given permission to serve the Robbery is believed to be the may be put on probation after motive for the shooting of the serving seven days. He was 32-year-old victim, since only given permission to about of the estimated term after Christmas. he had on his person was found. Van Steenis, a Cedar Rapids auctioneer disappeared Feb 12. His truck was found soon after- ward near the Cedar river east of Cedar Rapids. His body was found about a week later down- stream from where the truck was parked. He died of a broken neck caused by the impact of Lisbon Man Hurts Himself with Gun William D. Shelton of Lisbon was treated at St. Luke's hospi- tal, then released, for a gunshot wound in the left hand Sunday. Linn sheriff deputies said Shellon accidentally shot himself with a .22 caliber rifle. He was a injured in his left forefinger. old man fill you with the joy Christmas. A television premiere. Albert Finncy plays a singing, dancing Scrooge in the joyous musical, version of Charles Dickens'UA Christmas Dame Edith Evans isThe Ghost of Christmas Past. Kenneth More i sThe Ghost of-Christmas Present. And Alec Guinness is Marley's Ghost. It's delightful entertain- ment for the whole family. Be sure to tune in. "Scrooge? amiel 7 A Happy Holiday Special from   

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