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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 17, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa KL The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon.. June 17. 1974 television today By Jerry Buck Chico and the Man' LOS ANGELES (AP) - II seems an unlikely association, but producer James Komack swears the idea for “Chico and the Man” began to come to him while directing in Mexico. “Chico and the Man” is a new NBG comedy series about the stormy relationship between a high-spirited young Chicano and an embittered old Anglo who runs a garage. “While I was in Mexico I began to learn to speak Spanish.” Komack said. “I came back here and discovered we live in a foreign land. This was Mexican land. I began to study the language, and it was easy because there’s no place you can go here and not be able to speak Spanish. “As I got more involved I discovered the barrio and finally I discovered Chico. What I did was put him with the old man.” * * * The mixture is an explosixe- ly comic one in the vein of “All in the Family” and “Sanford and Son”. The show will follow “Sanford and Son” on Friday nights in the fall. The old man. played by Oscar winner Jack Albertson, is an Archie Bunker-type. He doesn’t bother with Chicano when “spic” will do. When he first finds Chico, played by Freddie Prinze, in his garage he tells him, “Get out of here and take your flies with you.” Our basic conflict is that the old man has given up on life. He looks at the world bitterly,” said Komack, a one-time actor on Broadway and in “Hennessey” who also created “The Courtship of Eddie’s Father”. Komack has a flow- about ing shock of black hair, laced with grey, and a drooping Zapata moustache. “Into his life comes a young conflict because of the old man’s attitudes.” * * * I'he reaction of the Mex- ican-Ameriean community to the series has not been overwhelming. Not because of the content, but because Freddie Frinze is a Puerto Rican. A Chicano is, of course, an American of Mexican descent. Komack defends Prinze as the best actor for the role. He said, “In trying to find Chico, we held open auditions. We contacted all the activist groups and we auditioned every Chicano available. We narrowed it down to five people, two Chicanos, two Puerto Ricans and a Cuban. “When we tested them the chemistry between Jack Albertson and Freddie Prinze was perfect. That’s why he got the part. He and Jack made it happen. “When the Chicanos saw the show they agreed that with experience and training Freddie would be a proper representative of the Chicanos.” Presbyterians Elect Black Man — Cattle — (Continued from Page I.) manager in Cedar Rapids, called trade Monday “another normal Monday.” Purchased Earlier A Wilson cattle buyer, however, said the cattle being processed Monday had been purchased in advance, and the plant will not feel the effects — if any — of a holding action until later in the week. Larry Kallem of Ames, executive vice-president of the Iowa Cattlemen’s Assn., emphasized the holding action is not being sponsored by any existing farm organization. “This (holding action) causes us some concern,” Kallem said, ‘because when you hold cattle off the market, they get heavier. Not as Serious “Holding cattle under 1,200 pounds is not as serious as holding heavier cattle, however.” Kallem said the cattle market is “about ready to show some strength.” Blackford also expressed reservations about holding heavier cattle. “We had bunching of cattle last fall that really depressed prices when cattlemen hole their stock off the market,” Blackford explained. Beef Supply “I’d like to see a holding action that worked.” Blackford said packers have about a ten-day Supply of beef LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A]in their coolers now, and short-term holding action could clear out some of the coolers “If packers got down to three-day supply, they’d start sweating a little bit,” he said. The Linn County Cattlemen’s Assn. has not taken any action officially in support of the holding action as yet, however. GOP Reported Paying for Mail Drive on Transcripts black Georgia pastor is the new southern Presbyterian moderator, the first of his race to win the    top post    in the    denomina tion’s 113-year history. The Rev. Dr. Lawrence Wendell Bottoms was elected Sunday night in a three-way contest with two white clergymen at the start of the annual governing assembly of the Presbyterian; Church in the U.S. A    mainly    white    body,    it emerged from the slavery! issues of the Civil war. It has, 900,000    members in    161 southern and    border    states    of amon& six volunteer firemen who received Governor s Firefighters Get Governor's Prize AMES — Eastern Iowans were whom black only about 7,000 are awards last Friday. Dr. Bottoms told an impromp- Gov. Robert Ray presented man full of life and enthusi-    jtu news conference afterward    the awards at the concluding asm. The old man    doesn’t re-    that he favors a projected plan    session of the 50th    annual Iowa ally want to turn it    all off, and    for reunion with the United    State fire school    attended by the kid wants to    bring him    Presbyterian Church, a national    1,000 firemen, out. But they are ethnically in body of 3 million. Television Listings WASHINGTON (AP) Al though Republican Chairman George Bush said he was dis turbed by portions of President Nixon’s taped Watergate con versations, the (LO.P. nationa committee paid more than $10,000 to finance a massiv White House mail campaign cir dilating a favorable interpreta lion of the transcripts. Party headquarters has regu lady processed and paid for White House mailings to interest groups and communications media. The transcript material was by far the most massive this year. William Baroody, special con sultan! to the President who deals with outside organizations directed that a 15-page packet be sent to more than 28,000 per sons whose names were taken from more than 40 mailing lists maintained by the G.O.P. The recipients ranged from leaders of veterans organiza tions to Chamber of Commerce officials; from 1972 Nixon cam paign workers to members of the Teamsters union executive board. The mailing included the text of President Nixon’s April 29 address in which he said he would turn over edited transcripts, bu* not original tapes Report Suggests Anonymous Care Of VD Victims Those receiving the awards included Lowell Cook of Mechanicsville and Robert A. Walton of Toledo.    ■    _    ,    ,    _ _ , .    .    ___, contract to the department of Cook has been a member of, „ _liL    __ WASHINGTON (AP)-A government - funded study recommends that to reduce the “guilt-crime stigma,” gonorrhea carriers should be given primary responsibility for leading their sexual partners to anonymous treatment. Terming venereal disease the “most serious and fastest growing epidemic in the United States,” the study also urged that doctors rather than public health departments control the tracing of syphilis. The report, released Sunday, said “the relationship between private physicians and public health authorities in attempting to curtail the disease — particularly through contact tracing strategems — is at an impasse.” The four-volume study was prepared by Koba Associates of Washington under a $115,000 2—WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 7-KWWl-TV, 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 40—KDUB, Dubuque Monday Night 6:00 2—Action News 7—News, Weather, Sots. 9—Wild Wild West 3—News, Weather, Sots. 4—News, Weather, Sots. 6—6 O'Clock Edition 8—News, Sots., Weather IO—News. 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Walton has served as chief of the Toledo volunteer fire department since 1971. The Governor’s awards recognize over-all community service and outstanding contributions in fire service. The program is s sponsored by the Iowa farm ; safety council. Retarded Child Care Assistance Available Health, education and welfare. In the case of gonorrhea, which is far more widespread and communicable then syphilis, the study recommended complete elimination of traditional methods for tracking those who need treatment. Instead, the Koba report suggested that a gonorrhea patient be given enough information kits for his or her sexual partners, who could in turn speak over the phone anonymously with a health officer and receive a number-coded prescription to be filled by a druggist. The study said this system would lift the tracing burden from the doctor and health department and make possible lo the house judiciary committee studying impeachment. A “key facts” sheet in the mailing said Nixon had “more than complied” with the subpoena. It also declared: “Not once in the mounds of evidence supplied to the committee does it appear that the President of the United States was engaged in a criminal plot to obstruct justice.” A similar mailing ordered by Ken Clawson, White House communications director, went to 3,269 news organizations and publications. Both mailings included brief transcript excerpts supporting Nixon’s contention that he knew nothing of the Watergate coverup until March 21, 1973. Bush had said after reading the transcripts that their tone was disturbing and that he was shook up” about some portions, although he said other segments tended to support Nixon. A party official said there was no special discussion about the massive mailings and that they were sent out routinely, as were 37 other mailings for the White House this year. Magistrate Court Found Innocent in Education Case Norman McMurrin, 864 Twelfth street NE, was found innocent Friday in magistrate’s court on a charge of violation of the compulsory education law. He was charged with not sending a seven-year-old child to school April 16 to 30. IOWA CITY — The Assn. for ' Retarded Children    plans im provements in its “Family Sup-,port Program”, which will make child care assistance more accessible to parents of rapid large-scale treatment mentally retarded children. j__ Parents needing    child care /^If! —!    CL/-\v\    + ,will be charged according toj^'TlCldlS bnOOT {their ability to pay. The maxi-j mum a parent will be asked to; contribute is $5 for    each of the first three days and    $2 each ad ditional day. Catch Escaped Convicted Killer COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho (AP) — A convicted killer who Parents requiring child care:ieft prison jast month on a four-for less than a day will be {hour social pass was shot and asked to contribute no more captured after police say he than 75 cents an hour The remainder of the expenses will be covered by the United Way of Johnson county. “We expect many more par Brezhnev Assails Pessimism About Accord on Arms MOSCOW (AP) - Leonid Brezhnev says he expects “good new agreements” to emerge from next week’s summit conference with President Nixon despite pessimism “that has been sown in some layers of the population and especially in the United States.” “I think we will please the people of the U. S. and our country,” the Communist party chief told newsmen Sunday after voting in elections for the Supreme Soviet, the parliament of the Soviet Union. Brezhnev refused to discuss prospective agreements. “Mr. Nixon will be angry with me, saying that I’ve said every-ling before the talks were teld,” he said. In a speech Friday night Brezhnev said Russia was ready to conclude an agreement with the U. S. to ban underground nuclear tests. The two nations agreed ll years ago to refrain from nuclear testing in the air and under water. Nixon and Brezhnev are scheduled to begin their third summit meeting on June 27. Brezhnev said the meeting would last “somewhere around one week,” during which the two leaders will probably fly to Yalta, on the Black sea, and Minsk, the capital of Byelorussia. He said the final itinerary is up to Nixon; “whatever he asks for we’ll show him.” Saxbe Tells Of Probe of FBI Actions WASHINGTON (AP) Atty. Gen. Saxbe says In? has assigned a justice department committee to look into FBI counterintelligence practices “that were just not right.” “I expect to take it before congress and to tell congress exactly what happened,” Saxbe said Sunday in disclosing the investigation of the counterintelligence program approved by late FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. Without specifying incidents, Saxbe said the operation “meant that he (Hoover) was taking active measures to stop the violence on campus and the racist activities and what he considered Communist activities.” Asked if the operation involved improper conduct, the attorney general replied: “I’m afraid so.” Interviewed on the NBC radio program, “Speaking Freely”, Saxbe criticized Hoover’s one-man control of the FBI and commended the current director, Clarence Kelley, for attempts to open the agency to public scrutiny. Saxbe said that under Hoover, the FBI developed such independence that “the Presidents were actually patronizing to Mr. Hoover .. . the attorneys general lad little or no influence and sometimes not even contact.” Justice department sources familiar with the counterintel-igence issue have said there is no evidence that the attorneys general in office at the time mew of Hoover’s project. Saxbe also said in the interview that while he was still an Ohio senator “it was fun" to aim barbs at President Nixon, but now that he has joined the administration, “regardless of what my personal opinions are, I have to have, and will have, a loyalty to the leader of this country.” He added: “If I felt called upon to directly criticize the President, I’d feel also called upon to resign.” Questioned about his flair for controversial statements, Saxbe acknowledged that “I’ve had to learn to keep my mouth shut on a lot of things.” Henry: No Loopholes In Accord with Egypt Strike Shuts 4 Ford Factories DETROIT (UPI) - Ford Mo-tor Co. shut down four assembly plants in the United States and Canada until further notice Monday because a strike at a key stamping plant shut off the flow of auto and truck parts. The president of the United Auto Workers union, Leonard Woodcock, said the strike could result in massive layoffs throughout the Ford system within the next few days. (Continued from Page I.) aren’t any loopholes” in its agreement with Egypt. No Questions The secretary said there never were any such questions about the similar agreements the U. S. has with nearly 30 other nations until India set off its first nuclear explosion last month. But Kissinger said India’s nuclear program was aided by Canada, and Canada’s safeguards are not as good as those of the U. S. The U. S. helped Israel build a five-megawatt research reactor in 1959 south of Tel Aviv and signed an agreement then to cooperate in the research program. Israel has a second reactor on the Negev desert that can produce plutonium. The Israeli government has denied repeatedly that it is producing nuclear bombs or warheads. But foreign experts are convinced that Israel’s scientists and engineers could manufacture nuclear weapons speedily if they were ordered to do so. Nixon meanwhile told Israel it must be prepared to compromise further in Middle East peace efforts if it is to avoid another war with the Arabs. In a lengthy toast at the conclusion of a state dinner in Jerusalem Sunday night, Nixon praised the Israelis for their courage in the four wars they have fought with the Arabs in the last quarter of a century. Wage Peace But “it also takes courage, a different kind of courage, to wage peace,” the President said. “It requires risks, just as war requires risks, and the stakes are high just as the stakes in war are high.” The alternative is “another war and another one, and each one, of course, is terribly costly ... particularly to this nation.” Nixon flew to Israel from Damascus, where he and President Assad announced that Syria and the U. S. were resuming diplomatic relations, which Syria broke during the 1967 Arab-Israeli war. Of the seven Arab nations that broke with the U. S. then, only Iraq has not restored the ties. The American President in his farewell remarks to the Syrians did not second Assad’s call for Israel’s withdrawal from all occupied Arab lands and “the restoration of Palestinian rights.” Instead he said, as he has in the other Arab capitals he has visited, that the problems of the area are complicated and the U. S. is “relentlessly committed”;„    ,    ,    ,    , to finding a solution.    |£*J«    8unP°wd«    bomb    Plot As part of a Roman Catholic leaders the U. S. efforts to im prove relations with those coun tries present no danger to Israel. Nixon emphasized this in his speech Sunday night, declaring. “Under no circumstances will the fact that the United States ie, seeking a better relationship with some of Israel’s neighbors mean that our friendship or support for Israel... is any less.” The President said Israel’s se eurity must never be endangered and that the four Arab Israeli wars were necessary “in order to see that this state survived.” He also paid tribute to the skill, daring and “enormous effectiveness” of Israel s armed forces. Kissinger Sticks By Threat of Resignation JERUSALEM (AP) Score-tory of State Kissinger refused Monday to soften his threat to resign unless allegations that he lied about his involvement in White House wiretapping are proved false. “I stick by what I said a week ago, and now the senate foreign relations committee is going to look into the matter,” Kissinger told a news conference Monday. The secretary called the news conference to discuss President Nixon’s Middle East tour, but the first question asked him dealt with his threat to resign. “I’ll answer this question, but I won’t answer any other questions on that subject,” he said Kissinger told a news conference in Salzburg last Tuesday at the start of Nixon’s trip that he would quit the government, unless he was exonerated. He called on the foreign relations committee to re-examine his testimony before it when he was confirmed last fall, and the committee quickly agreed to look into the controversy. Since his Salzburg news conference, Kissinger had stayed in the background during the Nixon tour. Later Monday, Kissinger left Jerusalem for Ottawa, where he is to attend this week’s conference of foreign ministers of North Atlantic Treaty Organization members. Kissinger boarded his plane in privacy in a secluded area of David Ben Gurion International airport. —Bomb— (Continued from Page I.) finding Nixon, the first American President to visit Israel, received a warm official welcome on his arrival at the Jewish nation’s international airport, and | an estimated 100.000 persons A company spokesman said j cheered him along the road to he could not confirm that. The strike, which started Jast Tuesday at the key Chicago Heights stamping plant, halted production of such items as hoods, doors and roofs used in virtually all Ford vehicles. Jerusalem. Called on Golda 15 Judges Asked To Rule on Calley The President, his wife and Kissinger called on former Premier Golda Meir at her home, and then Nixon and Kissinger met with Mrs. Meir’s successor. Premier Yitzhak Rabin, and members of his government. plot against the Protestant King James I, a band of conspirators decided to blow up the house of commons when the king went there to open a session. Barrels of gunpowder were stored in the building’s cellars and Fawkes was supposed to set them off. But the authorities were tipped off to the plot, searched the cellars and found Fawkes. 30 YEARS AGO revealed that the It was American Kissinger reviewed Nixon’s army suffered 3,283 killed and visits to Egypt, Saudi Arabia 12,600 wounded in opening the Senate Formally Confirms Sawhi 11 ents will avail themselves of kane river near this northern seized three vehicles and a total WASHINGTON (UPI) — The of five persons Sunday.    (senate    formally    confirmed    John    Calley    s    bail    be    revoked Carl Bowles, 33, was shot in: Sawhill Monday as the nation’s jand    arm/    take    him new energy chief. Sawhill, who replaced Trea NEW ORLEANS (AP)—All 15 and Syria and to,d the Israelii western front in Normandy judges of the Fifth U.S. circuit court of appeals were asked Monday to reconsider whether former Army Lt. William Calley should remain free on bail. A three-judge panel of that court ordered last Thursday “We tried it and it’s true? M J th & Denver, Colorado the stomach by a policeman as he stood kneedeep in the Spo- back into full custody. J. Houston Gordon of Coving-sury Secretary Simon as head of ton’ ^enn-» one of Galley’s law 3:30 2—Dr. Mo/ 7—Who!'* My Line1 9—GHIigan's Island 3—All My Children 4—Mike Douglas 6—CarJoons 8—Bewitched    i r» lo—Not for women oni* Rosemarie 12—Bridge 13— Floppy 40—Western Stors 4:00 7—Bonanza 9—Lucy Show 3—Let s Make a Deal 6—Jeannie 8—Star Trek 10—Bonanza 12—Misterogtrs 13—Merv Griffin 40—Trails West 4:30 J—Bewitched 9—Andy Griffith 3—Gentle Ben 4—Hogan's Heroes 6—Merv Griffin 12—Sesame Street 40—Pioneers IS: OO I 2—Consequences 7—Dragnet 9—ABC News 3—Newsfeatures 4—Hazel 8—Consequences 10—Monsters 40—ABC News 5:30 2—CBS News 7—NHC News 9—Eyewitness News 3—ABC News 4—CBS News 6—NBC News 8—CBS News 10—NSC News 12—Electric Company 13—HBC News 40—Newsline this service,” says Margaret Idaho town. He was in critical the Federal Energy Admin if,Ira- yers’ ^ded a motion for rehear-iMcCown, president of the ARCjcondition Monday after under- tion immediately issued a in* whcn court opened Monday. “The Family Support Pro.: going 5% hours of surgery. statement promising not to take f,e sa,d he will appeal to the grain represents one more step Bowles has been the subject a j0b m the oil industry when he I. ^ ‘ suPr( me court if his motion on the road to normalization of °* a Iwo*8^6 search since he leaves the government.    ;    is    denied    by    the    appeals    court. the lives of the retarded child I*he Oregon State peniten-j-- Bary May 17 under a temporary p. Cha_aed jn Ivc- nrnrrram for    and*    *    vnaiyBa and his family.” Parents wishing child care for less than a day should contact Mergen (337-3463), Iowa City. Parents requiring longer term care should call Systems Unlimited (338-9212), the Iowa City-based agency Cambodian Cabinet I*    PHN()M    PENH    (UPI)-Cam- lowa City Accident bodian Prime Minister I/>ng A    — Gerald Boret formed a new 17-member leave program for inmates and visited a woman at a motel in Salem, Ore.    I    IOWA CITY Harry Button, chief criminal Schump, 25, Iowa City, has been |cabinet Monday, the seventh investigator for the Kootenai charged by police with failure since the overthrow of Prince' said to have control of his vehicle Schump allegedly lost of con- county Bowles sheriff’s office, was charged Sunday j Sihanouk in March, 1970. which is coordinating the pro- Wlth escape and faced other trot of his pickup truck early gram    possible charges.    Sunday, hitting two utility poles Button said Bowles- seized a and bringing down power lines mobile home, a car and a mo- at the intersection of Oakland Oats Shipment Held; torcycle Sunday and forced a and Court streets FDA* Contaminated total of five I*™0™ t0 accom* pany him in his bid for freedom Onslow Man Charqed All were released unharmed,    • With Raping Girl Charles John Hanson, 24, Ons- A railroad carload of oats was seized in Cedar Rapids Monday a|^0Ugh an elderly couple were by federal marshals, because the Food and Drug Administration claims the grain is contaminated. “slapped around a bit,’’ another deputy said. low, is being held in the Linn serving two concurrent life I he 103,470-pound shipment, terms stemming from a similar Before his escape, Bowles was county jail on a charge of rap- ....... ‘............... 4    I,f“    ing    a    16-year-old    girl Sunday. Hanson allegedly picked the girl up at a dance in Prairie- which    originated from Walsh    violent spree in 1965 in Nevada Grain    (Jo.    in Minneapolis on    He Was convicted of fatally    burg, took    her out    into    the April    29,    supposedly contains    shooting a deputy sheriff and    country and    raped    her while abducting the California finance    parked on    a    gravel    road,    ac mercurial compound The Chicago, Rock Island railroad car is being held in the south railyard director, Hale Champion, his cording to a -Linn sheriff’s re wife and infant daughter, who port. were released unharmed. Bond has been set at $25,WK). Protect Your Investment In Clothing; ^ with HIGH QUALITY lf CLEANING |G MASON DRY CLEANERS 214 3th Avo. S.W. 362-8531 No matter how you measure Ten High, it comes out with high marks. Smooth, light taste. Rich aroma. And the distiller is Hiram Walker! What else is there to say? Except try it. 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