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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                I Television f Today By Jerry Buck Emmy Telecast Faces Boycott _ LOS -ANGELES (AP) Television's newly stream- lined Emmy telecast has been threatened with a possible boycott by performers, writ- ers, directors and producers who feel it discriminates against regular series. Nearly 100. persons involved in series television voted to send a committee to the Na- tional Academy of Television Arts and Sciences to press for a return to the previous sys- tem of awarding Emmys to winners in all categories. The committee was empow- ered to suggest a possible boycott of the Emmy telecast on NBC Television May 28 if the old system is not restored. Mary Tyler Moore, who was named to the committee, said, "I would just as soon not at- tend. The new system is un- fair." The Television Academy an- nounced a new award struc- ture Feb. 12 which .eliminates individual Emmys in f every category. Last year in the actor ca- tegories, for instance, Emmys were given for best actor in a comedy series, drama series, limited series and in a drama special. Under the new system these winners would receive only a certificate and from among 'them would be select- ed the actor of the year. A similar system would be used for actresses, supporting players, writers and directors. Named to the committee to take the grievance to the Aca- demy were Bob.Sweeney, pro- ducer of "Hawaii the chairman; John Rich, pro- ducer-director of "All in the Allan Manings, pro- ducer of "Good Lee Rich, executive producer of "The "Apple's Way" and "Doc Miss Moore, and Fred Price, a set decorator. John Rich, chairman of the session, said, "What we're try- ing to accomplish is not a boycott, but a change back to the old system.- Anyone here who's clutching an award to- night has a pcrjorative award. The feeling of the .session was that the Academy adopted the new system to cut down the number of Emmys and make the telecast more manage- able, and that the new award structure discriminates against the series.1-' Norman Lear, executive producer of "All in the Fami- ly" and said the original idea of the Emmys was to reward people in the industry for merit and 'not, to put on a show for the public. Jay Sandrich, director of "The Mary Tyler Moore said, "As a comedy director I don't feel it's fair for me to have to compete against the gentlemen who made 'The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman' and 'The Glass Menagerie'." Lutherans, Catholics Think Papal No Bar to Reconciliationl NEW..YORK (AP) Scholars Lutheran churches would be ness among Lutherans of )f Lutheran and Roman Catho- more pastoral than Ask Ruling on Topless TV SEATTLE have asked the city attorney whether a 'Seattle tavern is violating the law by showing topless dancers on a closed-circuit tube. Topless dancing in Seattle ended in 1972 when the U.S. supreme court ruled local governments could ban topless and nude dancing. The city council barred any female dancers "to appear in any cabaret with the breast ex- posed to public view." The topless television show at the Second Story Tavern origi- nates in a neighboring room. Illinois Officers Begin Strict Speed Policing SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) Sunday was the last day o grace for motorists who are finding it difficult to slow thei: cars down to 55 miles per hour on the major state roads and in terstates in Illinois. State police began strict enforcement of the lower speed limit at a.m Monday. Television Listings 2-WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 7_KWWt-TV, Waterloo 9-KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids 3-KTVO, Ollumwa 4-WHBF-TV, Rock Island WOC-TV, Davenport Tuesday 8-WKBT, La Crosse 10-KROC-TV, Rochester 12-KIIN-TV, Iowa City 13-WHO-TV, DM Moincs Dubuque Monday Night Spls :00 News Weathei Wild West Weather, Spts Weather, Spts O'clock Edition 8-News, Sots., Weather 12-lnsldcOul Tell Trulh and Son Make a Deal Trail Squares Music Goldsnoro and Son Sports Legends Lucy "I Walk the Line" 9-ABCMondlfy Movle- Land" 3-ABC Monday Movle- "Chnto's Land" LUCY "I Walk the Line" Lucy 10-NBC "I Walk the Lino" "I Wolk tlic Line" -ABC Monday Movle- "Choto's Land" Van Dyke Van Dyke Van Dyke. 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Pastoral "Perhaps this might involve a >rimacy in -which the 'Pope's service to unity in relation to WIN AT BRIDGE By Oswald James Jacoby -Jim: "The code word ARCH: Analyze the lead, Review the lidding, Count your winners NORTH 465 f Q82 4 AQJ843 WEST 4 J9742 >62 Q1042 SOUTH (D) K103 T AK74 1075 AK.9 EAST AQ8 If J 10 9 5 K9 West Both vulnerable North East 3N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening South 1N.T. Pass the commission said in its word report. The scholars representing U.S. Catholic bishops and the for a more nuanced understand- and losers. How can I make this contract? is also very like ly to help the defense if they stop to apply it" Oswald: 'H becomes How can I beat this contract? Alsc they 'seldom get a chance to count both winners and losers but they certainly can Analyze the lead and Review the bid ding." Jim: "One of the first things bridge players learn is the rule of third hand high. Then they learn when to disregard it. Oswald: "East analyzes the lead as fourth best. He re- views the bidding and notes that South opened one notrump. East has 10 high-card points as does dummy. That leaves 2( for West and South and since South's bid has shown West can't have much. 16-18 Fur- thermore, it looks as if his king of diamonds is the only trick defense can take outside the spade suit." Jim: "This review and an- alysis. should be made quickly >ecause if East wants to beat the hand he must play his queen; not the ace. If he plays he ace South will hold back lis king until the third spade ead. If he plays the queen, South will be afraid to duck and when East gets in with .he king of diamonds the spade suit will run." The bidding has been: 4 West North East South Pass Pass V You, South, hold: A K 7 6 TA K 7 6 2 10 3 What do you do now? You arc too strong to let West steal the contract at the one level. Your double here is for takeout and you arc ready Tor both mnjor suits. TODAY'S QUESTION You double and your partner bids one spade. What do you do now? Anstt'er Tomorrow Have you tried Henry': All-American Breakfast? OUR MENU: 1 hmioliit, Synip, Colin 3 Jytup, Colin tauiogi, ........31i lit Mon.-Frl.-6 Mil 10a.m. No or Sundays Henry's All Amirloin Imvi !n three major branches of Luth cranism in this country sail there arc unsettled "points ye to be such as Papa infallibility. But the repor added: "It is now proper to ask, in the light of the agreement wi have been able to reach, tha our respective churches taki specific action toward reconcili ation." Accords The U.S. Catholic-Lutheran commission, working since mid 1965, previously has reached ac cords on early Christian creeds the ministry, and the "real pres- ence" of Christ in holy commu- nion. However, the churches them selves have taken no action on the findings. The new report said that over the centuries "the Pope's claim to primacy and his exercise of i have occasioned violent dis agreements. Lutherans ant others have even gone so far as to call the Papacy 'anti christ.'" Common Ground However, the report cited Ca tholicism's new emphasis on collegially shared church gov ernment and the mutually deep- ening Protestant-Catholic in- quiries into Scripture and'tradi- tion as providing a "conver gence in theological understand ing" of Papal primacy. "We have once again foum common the commis sion said, adding: "There is a growing aware Barbara Williams Dies on Location RENO, Nev. (UPI) Actresi Barbara Reick Williams, 42 died here while on location for a film called "California family spokesman said Sunday. She was best known for he role in the 1950s film version o Her death Saturda. was attributed to natura causes. Mrs. Williams is survived b; her husband, film compose John Williams; mother actres Lorene Tuttle; and three chi: dren, Jennifer, Mark and Jo seph. The family lives in Loi Angeles. Funeral services were pend ing. Sees Big Soviet Missile Build-Up WASHINGTON (AP) De- fense Secretary. Schlesinger says "a truly massive effort' in Soviet missile development soon will pose a direct threat to the U.S. land-based missile force. Schlesinger said the threat to the American Minuteman missiles deployed in under- ground silos would develop be- fore the end of the decade. He said the Pentagon is concerned over four new Russian missiles designed to carry between four and six highly accurate war- heads, each capable of being aimed at separate targets. The bigger payloads of Soviet missives together with the mul- ,iple warheads would give the Russians "on the order of one-to-two megaton warheads in their ICBM force Schle- singer said in a report to con- gress detailing U.S. defense ;oals. Fuel Con CARSON, Calif. (UPI) A young Charlatan .raked in about 100 during the weekend, con- 'incing 20 motorists waiting in i gasoline line that they had o pay him in advance for the ucl. necessity of a specific ministry Nixon.s in to serve the church's unity and universal mission, while Catho- lics increasingly see the need ing of the role of the Papacy within the universal church. The circumstances possible a fresh approach to the structure and operations of the the report said. Voluntary Limits It suggested "voluntary limi- tations" of Papal prerogatives and growing use of collegia! government "so that checks and Twenty-seven percent of those tl adults polled in two surveys make conducted Feb. 8 to 11 and Feb. balances in the supreme power dependents. mav be CffGCtlVPlv n A 15 to 18, approved of the Pres- ident's performance, while 63 percent disapproved and 10 per- cent were undecided. President Nixon received the approval of 55 percent of his fellow Republicans, 13 perceni of the Democrats and 26 pcrceni of those calling themselves in- may be effectively recognized. For Lutherans, the rcporl said the one essential "is that rapal irimacy be so structured and nterpreted that it clearly serve .he gospel and the unity of the church of Christ, and that its exercise of power not subvert Christian freedom." "Both groups can acknowl- edge that as the forms of the Papacy have been adapted to changing historical settings in the past, it is possible that they will be modified the better to meet needs of the church in the uture." Study of Peter The report referred to a joint Catholic-Lutheran study of the Scriptural role of the apostle 'eter, whom Catholicism views as the first in a Papal line which took on added trappings ;hrough later tradition. Of that "Petrine he report said it serves to "pro- mote or preserve the oneness of the church by symbolizing unity and by facilitating communi- cation, mutual assistance or correction and collaboration in ;he church's mission." The commission is co-chaired y Catholic auxiliary Bishop T. Austin Murphy of Baltimore and the Rev. Dr. Paul Empie, a Lu- lheran leader, of Powder Val- ley, Pa. Regionally, the polls have shown every has again slipped to within one point of his all-time tow of 2f percent, according to the latcsi Gallup Poll. that almost four of ten Southern whites, about 38 percent, approve o: Nixon's conduct in office. The surveys have 'found sharp differences on the basis of reli- gion, with presidential approva registering 32 percent among Protestants, 20 percent among Catholics and 12 percent amonj Jews. The polls also noted that the President's approval rating was lowest among nonwhites, with only 9 percent registering in his favor. Million Haul in Gems Is Stolen Italy (AP) Two masked men with pistols en- tered the warehouse at Turin airport early Monday, forcec two security guards to open the safe and escaped with a million dollars worth of diamonds anc other jewelry, police reported. Investigators said they be- lieved the thieves had been tipped that 30 sacks of jewels for the Italian market were in the safe. The bandits bound the .two guards and taped their mouths before! they escaped. The guards said it took them 30 minutes to free themselves. saying it all with a kiss and red roses. VISIT YOUK PROFESSIONAL FLORIST ESTABLISH A CONVENIENT CHARGE ACCOUNT. lEWEHEN Florist, 121Tom CountryStopping KREBS Florist 242418th Rapids, 363-2081' CEDAR MEMORIAL Flomr.Shop, 42001st Ave. NE 353-8000 BEZDEK'S Florists, 340.Marion Marion, 377-1571 4 SEASONS florist, 3028 Mt. 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