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14 Northwest Arkcmw* TIMES, Men., May 13, 1974 FAYrTTEVILLC. ARKAM1AS Completes Training Navy Seam.in Recruit Marian K. Whcaldon. whoso wife Ida is the daiighler or Mr. and Mrs, Elmer HIISSOH of Oravctte. graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center, Great Lilies, 111. NOW SHOWING Stewardesses 8:20 CO-HIT Bill Cosby Documentary Shows Values Of Education MOMEHfSAtF IIH EASTMAN COLOfl | . LATE BONUS FEATURE ANGELS' E WLDWOMEH B.v JAY SHARBUTT NEW' YOHK (M'l -- Comedian Bill Cosby doesn't do everything for laughs. He's also seriously interested in teaching and currently working for a Inctoratc in education from the University of Massachusetts. As part of tliat effort, he's pul together a film documentary that tries to show how education can deter crime hy giving ghetto youths a far more hopeful future than the deadly, diiily scuffle of street life. Alas, the documentary only is showing tonight on public TV's KCET in Los Angeles. But Del Shields, the show's producer, hopes it'll eventually be offered to the Public Broadcasting Service. "That would ideally be the first step," he said. "And then the second step would be to offer it to libraries or the offices of mayors in cities with pro- grnms that really try to help youths. "It's the kind of film that young duries need to see so they'll understand there's really no glory in going to jail We'l like to give it maximum exposure and try to save some young lives." The documentary, "A Day a Graterford," centers on the lives of three convicted killer? now doing time at a Pennsylva nin prison near Philadelphia the hometown of bolh Cosbj and Shields. Since going lo prison, two of he inmates have earned col- cge degrees; the third is a loslulanl In the Epissopal Shurcli. Shields says they all discuss the value of education-and what the lack of il means-with Cosby, who also narrates Iho f i l m . The 50-minutc f i l m , marie with the help of three students from Temple University. Cosby's alma mater, was shot in three days back in March 1073 and look eight weeks lo pul in final form, Shields said. He said Ihe comedian pul up nearly $25.000 of his own mone to finance the project, intendef as part of Cosby's doctors work as well as for TV am non-TV showings, Shields, who spoke in a tele phone interview from In glcwood, Calif., where he man ages a radio station in which Cosby is a stockholder, said he and Cosby had tentatively proposed the show lo the TV net- he said, "we didn't As Nixon Calls Plays Impeachment Investigation Is Not A Game By DONALD M. ROTHBERG A News Analysis WASHINGTON (AP) -- A r m chair quarterback Richard M. Nixon was thrown for losses a couple of years ago when he tried his hand calling plays for two pro football teams. He's not doing much better as play caller for his Watergate team. The Washington Kcdskins tried a Nixon play at a crucial moment in their playoff game 'ate in 1971 against the San works. However. actively pursue because they were told that 50 minutes was awkward, that might have tn be edited down to a half-hour program. "There were no hard feelings about it, but Bill refused to allow it to be edited," Shields said. The program f i n a l l y was given KCKT because of Cosby's close association with the station, he added. FOOD FOR THOUGHT Try grated parmcan ch«*sc to flavor frozen potato puffi freiti from lh* oven, or hot popcorn. For best taste, grate it freth yourself. Taste leafy vegetables like spinach after they're cooked five minutes. M the raw taste is gnne, drain in a colander, shake to dry -- and eat. That's the word of a gardening expert. Lenient will give more juice if slightly warmed in the oven, or soaked in hot water, before The Chinese often wrap fish or chicken in parchment paper In portion-site packets and deep-fry it thai way. Certainty keeps flavor in and calorie* out. A famous coofc points out that dessert ,i the only food we eat fust for delight. Some prefer to wait until they're not so full, the better to enjoy ft. Desserts are not necessary at SUZIC WONG'S R!CE BOWL. Our cenerous portions fill you up. Enjoy dinner out tonight, RICS BCWL 442-2222 Highway 112 North Closed Sunday Monday 5 to 9:30 p.m. Open 6:45 Frt. 7:10 5:30 Sun. Mat ··:"t«ni|yis».lrL»i.- 2 p. m . "'-'·" MUl NEWMAN ftOMKTRflKORD "^ THE STING WINNER OF SEVEN ACADEMY AWARDS Including Best Picture Fet. 7:30 9:20 Sun. Mat 2 p.m. Funnies! Western since "Cat liallou" (R) Mel Brco!:s HLTIZING SADDLES Fet 7:20 -- 9:15 Sun. Mat. 2 The Spikes Gang' ·mri..»i Frt. Sur..-Thur. 7:4$ Fri.-Sat. 7:00-9:40 Syn Mat. 2 p.m. (PC) OlWft 7:OC i.Zi Fn-Sat-Sun. THane HELEN HELP US By HELEN AND SUE BOTTEL Age Of Consent May Be Subject To ERA Rap: 1 read Lhal the age of consent n our state is 18 for females, 1 for mains. That is, they can jet mnrrie:! without parents' lonsent al these ages. When the Equal Rights \mcmimont becomes law (as hope it (Joes) will this age if consent he automatically iqnalizcd in all states? Also, please name the .states vhcrc a gir) cim'l get married - unless her parents sign the mper -- until she is 21. -- nlerested 3ear Interested: Our guess is that when ERA becomes law (as we hope it does), there will be test cases 'or all fringe areas of equalization, including the "age of consent." What that, age will be is a moot question, but since 18 is fast replacing 21 as Ihe requirement for legal adulthood, the former may get the nod. ...Which probably won't eausc a rash of early marriages, as teenagers aren't as anxious to j u m p into the yoke as (hey were in f o r m e r generations. -- Helen Interested: Twenty-one is the age of consent for women in Florida, Mississippi, New Mexico, Ohio Tennessee. West Virginia and Wyoming. A girl must be 19 o marry wiLhout parenlal p p r o v a 1 in Delaware, eorgia and Montana; 20 in 'ebraska. (In all other states, 8 is the legal age of consent.) Twenty-Hve states, however, till list 21 as the male age f consent, although young eople can marry much earlier that with parental approv- NOW SHOWING Open 7:30 « Show 8:20 A NORMAN JLW1SON film 'JESUS CHRIST SUPERSHAR" « Uvc^iJ FVim ·TK+rofcr* fatt-MJrl M -PLUS- Paramojrt Futures Bang the drum slowly Court Affirms Carroll County Man's Sentence LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The slate Supreme Court affirmed today a lower court order directing Edward Minick to serve a 15-year prison sentence nine years after it had been sus pended. Minick had been suspender on April 5. 1963 in Carroll Coun ty Circuit Court to 20 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to a charge of assault with in tent to kill, but 15 years was suspended. He served the five years. On Aug. 18, 1972, he was ac cused of assaulting the Carrol County sheriff with a deadly weapon. On Nov- 13, 1972, he ^leaded guilty and was sen .enced to five years on thi charge. However, the prosecuting al '.orncy asked Judge VV. H. En field to revoke the 15-year sen tence [hat had been suspendei earlier, and Enfield did so, di reeling that the 15 years b served after the new five-yea sentence had been served. Minick contended that En field erred hy ordering him I serve the old term. He sai there was a five-year limit o requiring him to serve a sus pcndcd sentence. The Supreme Court, ruling 1, said that Minick was sen tenced before the five-year lim it law was passed. The court also upheld th and 10-year priso given in Garian lap: I fell in love with this kid ut Mother refused to let me go out with him. I did anyway. Ve wanted to get married but, if course, she wouldn't give her consent unless 1 got pregnant. So we took care of that. Now I'm married and have beautiful baby girl. But my iroblem is my husband. All we do is fight, hecause we arc iving with my mother. Really, we can't leave wcause Rick is only 15 a n d 'm 14, so we can't get work and want lo finish school. I mow we couldn't make it living ly ourselves, and I don't think we can make it living here, so what should we do? -- S.M. Dear S.: You have two choices, either try to make it as a marriec couple or admit you made mistake and dissolve the marriage. If you decide for "trying," remember that includes adult- type responsibility, the will to succeed against such odds as age, your antagonistic mother, p r e m a t u r e parenthood, n o money,and a long wait before a n y t h i n g gels heller. Is your love slrong enough for all this? -- Helen And Sue conviction sentences County Circuit Court to Wayn Abbott on conviction of tw counts of possessing ampheta mines with intent to deliver. The court also upheld th conviction of Seymour Cotton i St. Francis County Circu Court on a charge of robber; Cotton was sentenced to years in prison plus seve years for allegedly using in the holdup. While affirmin .he conviction and the 21-yea sentence, the court deleted th seven-year additional penalt Because the charge' file against Cotton did not alleg that he used a firearm in th stickup. rancisco 49crs. The play lost rcc yards and the Redskins st the game 24 to 20. Three weeks later, the Presi- cnt had another suggestion, time for the Miami Dol- hins who were in the Super owl againsl Dallas. It was a ass play that didn't work, and e Dolphins lost. It was all good fun and every 30tball fan in America could nvy the President and sympa- ize with him. SURVIVAL STAKES But Watergate and the resul- ant impeachment investigation re not games. The stakes are txon's survival as Presidenl tie opposition is tough and Tiembers of his own team are ebetling at the President's [ay calling. So far, the President has de- ended on dramatic gestures to everse the Watergate tide. But ach time he has suffered reater losses. In contrast, special prose- utor Leon Jaworski and udiciary Commillee Chairman 'eler W. Rodino Jr.. D N.J. ave moved much more con ervatively. The focal point of the truggle between the While House and the parallel investi aliens being conducled by .la vorski and Rodino has been Uie ^residential files and particu arly the tapes. As presidents before him Mixon has resisted lurning ovei files either to the courts 01 he Congress. But beyond the legal argu ments is a slralegy aimed he American people and rle signed lo convince them tha he President has told the ful story of Watergate and that i shows he had no role in th ounter the President's legal guments with claims he docs ot have the right to withhold ·idence of wrongdoing, either s own or that of his aides. In releasing the massive vol- Tte of Nixon transcripts, the resident hoped to quiet the de- ands for more tapes and ocuments. But the gesture irced him to reveal a side of is nature that touched off ew wave of calls for his resig- ation. DEMANDS CONTINUE And the demands for evi ence are continuing. The Judiciary Committee is xpected lo issue another sub oena next week. But rather than pursue ircement and precipilate ramatic confrontation with the /hite House, Rodino has optec 3r a more conservative ap roach. The Judiciary Com ittee plans to issue subpoenas ut avoid allempls to cite the resident for contempt of Con res s if he fails to comply with hem. It's a less dramatic ap roach. But the cumulative ef ect could be to move tho eachment inquiry, in method cover-up. Both Jaworski and Rodini String Festival Set For Tonight The annual spring string fes lival will be presented by stu dents in the Fayetteville Publi Schools today at 7- p.m. il Woodland Junior High Schoo ·ymnasium. The program under th direction ot Mrs. Katheryn Wid der and Mrs. Nancy Umike 1 involve a total of 122 strin students from the sixth grad beginning classes through th senior high orchestra which i d i r e c t e d by Richard Ni ven. In the recent Region I musi contest each of the junior nig orchestras received "superior and "excellent" ratings. Th performance of these contes selections will be featured i tonight's concert. A reception, sponsored by th School Orchestra Society follow the concert. cal steps, toward oal. its ultimati Hating Takes 2nd In U.S. Women's Chess Matches Miss Ruth Haring of Fayetle ville, daughter of Dr. and Mrs toberl Haring and a studen at State College of Arkansa inished second In the U.: Vomen's Chess matches in S 'etersburg, Fla. Miss Haring went into th championship tournament rate seventh and at the close seven rounds she held a one half point lead over the field. Her final game Sunday afte: noon was with Mrs. Mon Karff, tlie highest rated playe n the tournament. Miss Haring is the first Ai cansas chess p l a y e r t compete in a major nationa international chess tourna ment. The other finishers In th tournament Sunday and the scores were: Eva Aronson, St. Petersbur 5; Greta Olsspn, Los Angele 6: Mable Burlingame. Phoeni Ariz., M; Joan Schmid Raleigh, N.C., 4. Katheryn Slater. New Yor City, 3V4; Susan Sterngol Madison, Wise., S'/a; Judi Rippeth, West Lafayette, Im 3; and Diane Comini, Dav Calif., 1. The tournament began Apri 27 and concluded Sunday. Mi Haring is expected to return Fayetteville this afternoon. Today In History By The Associated Press Today is Monday, May 13, e 133rd day of 1974. There arc 2 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1606. the first ermanent English settlement America, Jamestown, Va. as founded. On this date : Tn 1809. French forces under apoleon Bonaparte captured ienna. In 1846. Congress declared lat a state of war existed be ween the United States a n d lexico. In 1865, the last engagemenl f the Civil War took place a' alo Pinto. Tex. In 1915, the United States pro ested to Germany against th inking . of the British liner rUsitania. In 1940. Queen Wilhelmina nd Crown Princess Juliana o Netherlands fled to London head of Nazi invaders. In 1958. Vice President Rich rd Nixon's limousine was bal ered hy rocks thrown by anti \merican demonstrators in Ca acas, Venezuela. Ten years ago: C n m m u n i s Ihina charged that the Unitec Hides was responsible for wha 'eking called an explosive situ tion in Laos. Five years affo: More tha flfl persons were reporte tilled in race riots in the Ma aysian city of Kuala Lumpur. One year ago: American dip omat Donald Bruce went I China to open the first U.S. lia son mission since 1947. Today's birthdays: Forme xixing champion Joe Louis 60 years old. Dance and theate critic Clive Barnes is 47. Thought for today: Th leight of folly is to live poor s you can die rich -- Anonymou Found Blindfold Confirms Hearst's Faith In Pat HILLSBOROUGH. Calif. AP) -- Patricia Hearst's fa- her says the reported dis- overy of a blindfold that may ave been used on his daughter ecently only confirms his be- · ef that she is acting under du- ess. "I've always known that she ·as taken against her will from he very beginning." newspaper xecutive Randolph A. Hearst old newsmen Sunday at his mansion in this San Francisco uburb. "I always felt she's »en coerced." Miss Hearst. 20, has said in wo taped messages that she lecided to join the terrorist ·ymbionese Liberation Army, vhich kidnaped her on Feb. 4. She is sought by the FBI as a material witness to an SLA lank robbery, which she said he joined in voluntarily. The blindfold is one of the terns which The Chicago Tribune said in Us Sunday editions vas found by federal invcstiga- ,ors in a May 2 raid on a San Francisco apartment that had been used by the SLA. The FBI has declined comment on (he report, which quoted a federal source as say- ng that a bloodhound trained .0 pick up Miss Hearst's scent 'dentified the blindfold, made of iponges. Other items reportedly found included a bag possibly -ised as a face covering. Re-Enlists KLAMATH. Calif. --Sgt. Harold P. Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Carter^ Route 1. Rogers, has rc-cnlislcd in the U.S. Air Force. . : Carter, a communications equipment technician, is on duly at Klamath Air Force Station, Calif., with a unit of the Aerospace Defense Command. He WAS graduated in 1959 from Rogers High School and attended the University of Arkansas. C O U P O N FOR THE FAMILY . . Ken's Pizza Parlor 409 WEST DICKSON 3 FOR I I i: I Order Three Pizzas - Pay For Only Two! Thii Coupon Redeemabla ot KEN'S in Fayetteville DAILY PROGRAM LISTINGS Programs subject to change without notice KTEW, Tuba, Channel 2 (Channel I en cable In FayMUville) KYTV, Springfield, Channel 3 KFSM, Fart Smith, Channel 5 KOTV, Tuba, Channel 6 KOAM, Pitlsburg, Channel 7 KTUL, Tuba, Channel 8 (Channel 4 on cable in Fayettevllfe) KOED-TV (ETV), Tufa, Channel 11 KODE, JopBn, Channel 12 KUHI, Joplin, Channel 16 I Channel 9 on raMe in Fayetteville) ARKANSAS INSTRUMENT TV RADIO SERVICE Free Pickup Deliver) "Color SpeciaTirts' 1 443-5352 or 442-9356 Stereo equipment at IS-3«% ·H. call lor tr«* eatarK. THE DELIVERS! CALL I * 521-3O11 Now Open ot 11:00 am. 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U naan It fjK, CtaMd MOT. and TMfc Irlitl MONDAY EVENING * 5:00 - Xews ........................... I World Report ...... , ........... 1C Andy Griffith .................. a Mister Rogers .................. 11 .Truth or Consequence* .......... 7 To Tell Th» Truth .......... 1 * S:» Electric Company ............. . 11 Twilight Zone ................ 1C News ............. 2, S, 5, C. 7, 12 Truth or Conacquvncw ....... I * »:·»- ge 3, ............ 5. S, 7. 12. 8 Hodgepodge- Lori ·Jews 2. * «:M- TV 7 Closctlp 7 To Tell The Truth 2 Untamed World 3 Open Door 11 Firehouse 5 Hogan's Heroes U Let'* Maka A Deal 12 * 7:«« Bookies ..................... 5 !2 Gunsmoke ......... '. ......... 6 16 Junior League Golf ............ '. . 8 Soundstagei Seals and Crofts .. 11 Magician .................... 2, 3, 7 * 8:0« Here's Lucy ................. «, 1ft Bill Moyer'* Journal .......... 11 Movie ............ 2 3, 7, 5, 8, 12 * 8:10 Dick Van Dyke ....... . ____ 6. 1C * »:·* Medical Center .............. 6, 1« Washington Straight Talk .... 11 *9:30 Shirls/Skins ........... B. 8, 12 Today's Yoga .................. 11 1974 COLOR TV NOW AT ENTERPRISE Sight and Sound 2333 N. College 442-8575 2. 3. 5. 6, 7. 8 12. 1C * 1I:H -News . * 11: Johnny Carson , Police Headquarters ......... 8 12 Movie ...................... C. 1C 2, 3, 5, 7 Buy Your Carpet Direct From The Local People That Make It. Where You Get The Beit And Save The Most. Lawrence Carpel Mills, Inc. 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Love of Life Brady Bunch + 10:55 -Coffee Break , 3 1 .. 12 ll:i .. ». u I, S. 7 .. 6. 1« Young and tha Restless * ll:»- Spilt Second Baffle Search for Tomorrow ... * 11:55 News IS. 7 TUESDAY AFTERNOON * U:0- AU Hy Children I News Z «. 7, 12, It Phil Donahu* 3 Tabtetalk * l?:li Leave It to Carol . . * 12:M Three on a Match As the World Turns Let's Make a Deal * !*:« Melody HatbM. * 1:H- Gulding Light . Day. of Our IJv. Kewlywed Gtmm Edge o! Night .. Girl In M; Liie Doctors ....... . * 1:M- PTlce ii Right .. General Hospital Another World , * I:*Match Game . . . . How to Survive . Marriage ...... One Life to UT* Uncle Zeb . Lucy Show Petticoat Junction Dinah Shore - - · All My Children . . Three on a Match Dick Van Dyk* . . . .. TattEetale* . Today's Yo To Tell the Troth ll . -h . irna al . ... ve» a · . . 5 J« 2 3 e. ]« 5, 8. 12 1 .... 2. 3. 5. 1 i. 11 6. 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