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MRS. JOSEPHINE BOZYK ., .making her music heard Harmonicas Blend Oldsters And Fun FORT MYERS, Fla. CAP) -John Keating won't let anthing keep him from blowing a tune with 50 other oldsters in weekly harmonica concerts, wheelchair Â· or no.. "It's wonderful," says the 82- year-old Keating, who was confined to a- wheelchair three years ago by a stroke. "There's just no way I'll miss it." The members of the Senior Citizens Fun and Fellowship Harmonica Band, rangint age from 65 to 85, play old favorites and even some rock n' roll. They have an appropriate theme song: "Enjoy Yourself ' It's Later than You Think." The band's director, Vernon Â·Rathell, 78, says he had never before played the harmonica. "That just proves if you can hum a song, you can play it o he harmonica," Rathell says "I tell them if they only blo\ one note in three, it's worth it, "The music may not be goo by some standards but havin fun is the important thing. Fo many of the band member^ it's about their whole socia life." Josephine Bozyk, youngste of the group at age 65, give credit to the band for dispellin her depression when her hu band died. "When I .lost my husband," almost went to pieces," si said. 'But I joined the band I'm a soloist. I' love every mi ute of it." The/band often gives ooncer at nursing homes and once pe formed for a junior highschoo Franco Walks Out Oi Clinic MADRID, Spain (AP )-- Geri- alissimo Francisco Franco to- ay walked out of the Madrid Inic where he had been hospi- lized for three weeks* by a ood clot in his right thigh. The 81-year-old Spanish chief state smiled at well-wishers s he left the hospital under his vn power. Government sources said he as .expected lo spend a few ays at E! Pardo Palace, his ome outside Madrid,.and then ) to northwest Spain for fur- ier recuperations. The corridor was crowded ith doctors, nurses, nuns, ewsmen and police as Franco civilian clothes walked to a aithing car with his wife, ona Carmen Polo de Franco. About 500 persons ousidc the linic s h o u t e d "Franco ranco!" Police allowed no photograp ers except those overnment ,in the from area the ewsmen .were told the govern ncnt informalion ministry 'ou|d select the pictures that ould be published. Franco walked without assist nee. He was wearing shoes n contrasl to the house slippers c had on when he entered the linic July 9 after an attack f .phlebitis, an.inflammation o a vein in his right thigh. Franco suffered a serious re apse on July 19 when the anti coagulants given him caused in estinal bleeding. He trans erred his powers to chief state temporarily to 36-year-ol Mnce Juan Carlos de Borbon his designated heir. ABA Panel Decision Legal Brothels Urged . ^^ ^ . . . itX' -Â· Â· Â· Â·Â·Â·Â·Â· CHICAGO (AP) -- Laws g a i n s t prostitution are i a t' a n 11 y discriminatory gainst women, invade individ- al privacy and should be ropped from state books, a ommittee of the American Bar \ssociatiori recommends. The recommendation .is in' a eport that calls for the adop- ion of a resolution which urges tales to "repeal all laws which lassify as criminal prostitution jr solicitation by or on behalf f a prostitute." The resolution is to be considered by the ABA's House of Delegates at its annual meeting n August. Approval of the reso- ution by the full House and the ABA's Board of .Governors will irovide guidance to state bars ind other lobbying groups be- 'ore state legislatures. The committee says there is no reason for a state to outlaw 'commercial sex." "Whether a person chooses to engage in sexual intercourse matter of individual choice, the report at a meeting of its 20 members in May. A primary reason for the committee's action was the discriminatory nature of statutes outlawing prostitution. "In accordance with society's double standard of sexual morality, the woman who sells her body,is.punished criminally and stigmatized socially while male customer, either by not for governmental inter- 'erence," the report states. Decriminalization could lead to a reduction of crime associated with protitution, it says. Carole Bellows, a Chicago lawyer and vice chairman of the committee that approved the resolution, said the rise of the . liberated woman, expanding notions ahout the right of privacy and 'a growing concern about so-called victimless crimes contributed to the committee's unanimous approval of her the explicit design of the statute or hrough a pattern of discriminatory enforcement, is left unscathed," the report slates. It says that in most slates the law ignores the fact that male homosexuals can be prostitutes and "more importantly, tha male customers, without whom prostitution would be impos sible, are accomplices in this so-called criminal act." It also' calls for the deer iminalization of solicitation tc prostitution, saying such a lav discriminates against poor an minority women who must op erate in the streets in contras to call girls who operate out o plush hotel suites. The report was approved _, the ABA's Section ot Individua Rights and Responsbilitics headed by Albert E. Jenner Jr . Chicago lawyer now serving a counsel to the House Judiciar ommillee considering articles Impeachment. Jenner was chairman of the iceting in May and did no ote on the resolution, said liss Bellows. The ABA House of Delegates he past two years has actc avorably on recommendation rom the same committee call ig for the dccriminalization o lomosexual activity and tin use of marijuana. Damages Estimated PINE BLUFF, Art (AP) -Stale Correction Commissione Terrell Don Hutto said Monda that damage resulting from disturbance at Tucker Inte mediate Reformatory may ru as high as $1,000. An atetmpt Friday night 10 inmates to take control co lapsed when the other 420 i: mates refused to.participate. All 43 inmates were free from their cells by the rebe lious group. Two guards we locked in a. cell for a brief per od, but were released u harmed. orthwe*! Arkontti TIMES, TOM., July 30, 1974 Â·: 5 AvrmviLLc, ARKANSAS : Lifesaving Course Will Be Offered SPRINGDALE -- A junior fesaving course will be con ucted by Ihe Red Cross at the lUnicipal pool in Springdale eginning Aug. 5. The course is open to all resi- ents of Washington County, ictween the ages of 11 and 14 i prerequisite is that applicants ie strong swimmers. Anyone 15 ir older must take the senior ifesaving course. Junior life aving is not a prerequisite to ake the senior course. Miss Juliana Price will in struct the course which vvil continue for two weeks fron 9 to 11:30 a.m. Monday througl Friday. All interested persons ar asked to register by calling th [led Cross office 442-4291, no the pool. A senior lifesaving course i being offered during the sam time at the Fayetteville's Wi son Park Pool. Registration fo this course also will be accep cd at the Red Cross office. Lindbergh In Hospito NEW YORK (AP)--- Charle L i n d b e r g h , nicknamed tl "Lone Eagle" when he made th first solo trans-Atlantic flight 1927, has been hospitalized Columbia Presbyterian Ho tal. Astronaut Injured ' SPACE CENTER, Houston AP) -- Scientist-astronaut D6n ind has undergon surgery ;to epair bones broken in a colii- on between his bicycle and car. . 7! Lind, 44 , who has not been n a space (light, sustained roken bones in the left leg, left nkle and right hand in iha londay accident, a space cen- er spokesman said. The colli- ion occurred as Lind crosed a road running between the ohnson Space Center and Nassau Bay, where he lives. Lind, who holds a doctor's de- ^ree in high energy nuclear ihysics, is working on the spacÂ» shuttle program. Enjoy Cool Comfort IN YOUR YKV HvuÂ»i-r- WASHAUE W Â«fl.iilfi.ig RUPTURE-EASER for wfuciblt Inguinal hÂ»mlc A Fitinlci) OJSSJ Tniu IEFTOR tg.K" $6.95 Â«' OWS1M DOUBLE "SBff DECATUR INVITES YOU TO ITS TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL HOMECOMING and PICNIC and "Miss Barbecue" Beauty Oueen Contest CITY PARK -- DECATUR, ARKANSAS FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1974 Featuring Tommy Cosh and "The Tomcats" ENTERTAINMENT BEGINS AT 6:00 P.M. CHICKEN BARBECUE $1.50 PER PLATE Begin Serving Barbecue Chicken at 5:00 p.m. Sponsored by Decatur Chamber of Commerce ^ ff Dl Â£ -,. ". ;.. ^'ri*r';"v Â»/' '? , - ~ k^ . J- " _ v ' ^,-~Hi. U. '"'.4. 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