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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Television Today By Jay Sharbult 'Nova', PBS Science Series NEW YORK (AP) There's a new science scries on TV that might be just the llcket for you if you're the sort of adult who feels uneasy when tots ask things like, "Who in- vented Although the "Nova" scries on public TV doesn't come across with that answer, it did make a valiant effort Sunday night to explain the origins of life in a one-hour segment called "The Search for Granted, it sort of lost me amid chats on nucleic acids, "primordial soup" and "pro- tcinoids." But at least it wasn't one of those "popular" science shows rampant in childlike generalities. The 13-part Sunday series, which premiered March 3, isn't casual viewing. Billed as "scientific adventures for curious it de- mands the same intense con- centrationa particularly tough crossword puzzle re- quires. "We don't think the series is going over anybody's head, but it does1 respect the viewer's says Michael Rice, a program ex- ecutive at Boston's WGBH, which produces "What we're saying to the viewer is that here's a pro- gram that isn't going to pander to easy thinking. It's going to tax and sometimes puzzle you, even if you pay the closest attention." --.The-series, financed by million in private and federal grants, covers an incredible range of topics from nu- clear fusion to a delightful study, coming up April 21, of how birds navigate. One show, "Strange features medical theatrics. It's a dramatization of. how 19th Century doctors and sci- entists discovered anesthesia, and their roles are portrayed by real physicians from Mas- sachusetts General hospital and .the Harvard medical school. Rice says "Nova" was in- spired by the British Broad- casting Corporation's success- ful "Horizons" science series aid in fact includes seven "Horizon" programs in the current batch. The BBC's science scries, he said, has a full-time pro- duction unit that "has built a stunning record of reaching broad audiences with un- compromisingly good, reputa- ble and intellectually sound films about science and scien- tists." WGBH was. so impressed by the unit's work, he added, "we decided that we should lake it as our inspiration and try to'build in the U. S. a unit equally skillful in dealing with these difficult subjects." Staffers on WGBH's "Nova" unit, he said, are working with British producers hired on a short-time basis for the series wilh the idea of learn- ing "Horizon" techniques and eventually making their own shows. Rice, who said there'll be from. 20 to 26 new "Nova" segments on the air next sea- son, depending on finances, was asked if all Ihe shows would be produced by WGBH. "No, we expect in the future there'll always be a he said, meaning it'll still be a W G B H B B C project. "The hopeful thing is just as we'll be buying the.best of the BBC programs, they'll be buying the best of ours." In fact, he said, that's al- ready happening. He '..'said while in London several weeks ago, he turned on a television set in his hotel room and saw one of the WGBH-produced "Nova" shows oh the BBC. since, .public j broad- casting in .Ihe. United States has over the years ..used.-so much BBC he said, "I was immensely.gratified to see that now the traffic is starting to go both ways." Television Listings 2-WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 9-KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids 3-KTVO, Ottumwa' Rock Island 6-WOC-TV, Davenport 8-WKBT, la Crosse" 10-KROC-TV, 'Rochester' 40-KDUB, Dubuque Monday Night 2-Actlon News 7-News, Weather, Spts. 9-Morcus Welbv News, Weather, Spts. 4-News, Weather, Spts. O'clock Edition 8-News, Spts., Weather News, Weather; Spts. Where There's a Will' Eyewitness News Lassie 12-lnsideOut To Tell Truth Sanford and Son Let's Make a Deal Dustv's Trait Hollywood Squares Nashville Music Bobby Gotdsboro Consultation Sanford and Son Great Sports Legends 2-Selttsh Giant Magician Rookies Rookies Giant Magician a-Seltish Giant Opening Niaht 12-SpecIalof the Week Magician Rookie? Lorax Lorax Lorax 10-51. Basketball Championship Here's Lucv Baskelboll Championship 9-ABC "Cleoootra" Port II 3-ABC "Cleopatra" Port II Lucv 6-College Baskelboll Championship Here's Liicv 13-Collcge-Bqskelball ChampionsnlD 40-ABC Movie- "Cleopotra" Port II v Dick Van Dvke Dick Van Dvke Dick Von Dvke Breast Cancer Mcdlcol Center 4-Wlcdlcal Center 8-Medlcol Center 10-Colleoe Basketball Championship Washington Stroloht Talk Theater Macabre Action News 7-Ncws, Weather, Sps. 4-Ncws, Weather, Sols. 6-10 O'clock Edition 10-News, Weather, Spts. 12-Dav ot night 13-Eyewltncss News 6-Tonloht CBS "Killer By night" lo-Tonlghl Dovld Sussklnd Tonight Eyewitness News 3-Ncwsheat .F.Trnon 5-Stand Ur> and Cheer t TV 2-LoitWord Tomorrow ID-Tomorrow 13-Tomorrow 4-counlrv M" Tuesday Morning Sunrise Semester Garner Ted Armstrong Sunrise Semester CBS News 7- Today' Garner Tea Armstrong CBS News 6-Today CBS News Today Romper Room America Sings Capl. Kangaroo New Zoo Revue Sesame Street Capl. Kangaroo Capt. Kangaroo Morning Show In School Joker's Wild Dinah's Place 9_Mike Douglas Kid Power Joker's Wild Dinah's Place Joker's Wild 10-Dlnan's Place Sesame Street Dinah's Place Pyramid Jeopardy Dr. Brothers Pyramid Jeopardy pyramid Jeopardy Jeopardy Gambit Wliard of Odds 9_AII Mv Children Golloplng Gourmet Gambit 6-Wliard ot Odds Gambit Wizard of Odds In School 13-WlzordofOdds Not for Women Only Love of Life Hollywood Squares Brady Bunch Brady Bunch Love ol Life Hptlvwood Squares Love of Lite Hollywood Squares Hollywood Squares Brady Bunch Youno and Restless Jackpot Password Password Young and Restless Jackpot Young and Restless Jackpot 13-Jackpot Password Tomorrow Bolllc Spill Second Spill Second Tomorrow i-Baffle Tomorrow Baltic Baltic Split Second Tuesday Afternoon 2-Nows, Woollier 7-Ncws 3- News x-DlckVanDvko diti 6-Noon Edition 40-AlTMV Children and Country VFroInln 1 3- Cartoons the World Turns on a Match Make a Deal the World Turns 4_As the World Turns :6_Three on a Match the World Turns on a Match Company Make a Deal 00 Light ot Lives Game 3_Newlywed Game Light Lives Light of Lives School Game of Night In My Lffe 3-GIrllnMvLife of Night of Night In My Life Is Right 7_Another World Hospital Hospital 4-PrIce Is Right fri-Another World Is Right World 13_Another World Hospital 2-Molch Game, To Survive a Marriage 9-One Life To L ve Life To Live Gome 6_How To Survive a Marriage Game To Survive a Marriage To Survive a Marriage Life To Live Amertcon Style American Style Max 7_Whal's My Line? Island Mv Children 4_Mike Douglas for Women Only 12-BrIdoe 13-FloPPV Trek tor Women Only Trc.k 13-Mcrv Grlllln 2-Bcwlkhcd 3-Lct'i Make Deol Horocs 6-Mcrv Grltlln Slrccl Island News 2-CI1S News 7-NBC News 1 Eyewitness Mows 3-ADC News t-NDCNews 8-CnSNews 10-rinc News 12-nioclrlc Company 13-NllC News Ray: Potential Exists for A Productive Legislature By Frank Nye DBS MOINES The "poten- ial is there the possibility exists" for the 1974 legislature o chalk up a productive record f it steps up action in the ses- iion's waning days according to Jov. Robert Ray. While acknowledging that his call for a new state department of transportation (DOT) and a new temporary office of energy nanagement (OEM) are in trou- ile, the governor said there is a definite need for both and he lopes the legislature will agree lefore going home. (Sec story page Merger Try The senate has passed both and the house is expected to try to merge the two this week. There is also a pressing need for land use policy and housing authority legislation, Ray con- inued at a news conference at which he covered' a wide range of topics. He expects'the'legislature to act on bills extending special education courses to' all areas hi the: state, improving the state employes' salary structure and appropriating funds for building irograms at the state universi- "My foot was lucky...IT fell asleep during the Womap Found Dead in Home After Blaze COUNCIL BLUFFS. The body 'of an elderly "Mills county woman was found in her rural home Sunday When fire- to a fire call. Mills County Medical -Ex- aminer Dr. Raphael Roure Mrs. Vallerie Wyosko, about 82. He said the preliminary au- ;opsy report indicated Mrs. Wyosko apparently died o: smoke inhalation and possible carbon monoxide poisoning. She lived alone in .her home near the Mills-Pottawattamie county line east of Bellevue Neb., Dr. Route said. He .said the body was and' that-his in vestigation was hampered be cause: the .body'was moved be fore he arrived on the scene. ''The. body; had already been placed in the ambulance before I he said, "even though state law says a deac body "cannot be ordered movet until the county, .medical ex aminerhas viewed it." Officials said the house was extensively damaged by the fire, and the- stale fire mar- shal's office has been called to aid in the investigation. ies and the statehouse complex n Des Moines. Moreover, he hopes the house vill resume debate on, and >ass, a no-fault insurance bill. He would prefer a no-fault bil vithout a threshold limiting the amount beyond which a person njured in a car accident coulc not go to court to settle a claim. The house started debate on ;he bill last week before run- ning into a deadlock on its threshold section and the measure was put aside as "un- finished business." Answering a point-blank ques- lon, the governor acknowledge ic had discussed personally the jroblem of moving his program n the house with'its Republican eader, Rep. Edgar Holden (R Holden has. openly opposec he governor, also a Republican on the bill authorizing collectivf :argaining for-public employes and on separate bills setting up DOT and OEM. Holden wants to combine them. Private Meeting Holden and the governor mee regularly with other Republican .eaders, but Ray was asked spe cifically if he had met with Hoi den alone to try to iron out dif Eerences. 'Ray said the senate has been moving his program.and sail louse passage collectivi jargaining bill after 12 days o debate has cleared the deck foi ;hat body to move ahead pi other parts of his program if i so desires in the last days ofi'tlii session. He conceded there-is some va lidity to arguments each house uses to set priorities .when .it [eaders say there is no chance "or consideration of certain bill: even.if they are passed by thi other house. This .has .delayed action qi possible.adoption this session o the criminal code revision bill which the senate has debate and the house apparently want no part of, and the no-fault in surance bill which the house ha debated, but which some sena tors think can't pass there be cause of the lateness of the ses sion. Service.' FOR WOMEN DOWNTOWN 108 ie Tower TOWN COUNTRY l. Shopping DR-Millersburg Board Holding Escrow Funds MILLERSBURG After con- erring for more than an hour 'ith architect Roger Frangkiser f Kansas City and a contractor epresentative concerning the dditlons at Deep River, the )eep River-Millersburg school oard decided to hold in scrow until Dec. 15 this year, 'he action was taken Thursday. A moisture condensation prob- cm resulted in recent pools of 'ater on the new Deep River multi-purpose room caused the oard's action. Geihmann Con- traction firm of Gladbrook be eves the problem .is the re- ponsibillty of a sub-contractor, ut agreed to the escrow plan, rovided the company also re civcs interest on funds. Board and contractors also greed on a few other correc- ions to be completed at both enters. Delivery of buildings ad been accepted nearly a month ago. The district's payment to con- ractor is listed at while ome is still due the ar- hitect. The board also dis- u s s e d dissatisfaction with iners installed at the D-B center, although the product in tolled was called for in plans. Board members recessed in closed session for almost two wurs, according to the execu ive secretary, to discuss the coming year's salary package. Car Stolen, Recovered Twicer Boy ,16, Is Held Cedar Rapids police recov- ered the same stolen car twice over the weekend, and nabbed a 6-year-old boy with a flair for mechanics for allegedly stealing A car belonging to Leonard Steiner, 2145 C street SW, was stolen Thursday from a parking ot at the Collins Radio Co. >lant, 5225 C avenue NE. The reys had been left in the car, police said. The car was recovered aban- doned in the 900 block of Thirty- second street SE Saturday. When police were unable to con- act Steiner, the coil wire of the car was removed so it wouldn'l 30 YEARS AGO ernrnent ordered preinduction >hysicals for all industrially leferred men under 26. art, and the wire was taken to the station. Sunday morning, the officer who recovered the stolen car aturday spotted the car near "ourth avenue and Tenth street E as he was going to work. and arrested the youth, who ad. milled stealing the car on Thursday and putting in a new oil wire Sunday to get it start- ed The boy was released to his Search Continues for Boy Believed Drowned CLINTON (AP) Clinton county sheriff's deputies were continuing their search for the jody of Bobby Slaver, jr., 10, Clinton, feared drowned in the Mississippi river near Clinton. Authorities said Slaver was boating Saturday with a com- panion, Bobby Henry, 11, also ol Clinton. The pah- had no oars to return to shore and decided to swim the distance, authorities said. However, Staver never madi it to the bank. Henry was treat ed and released at a Clinton hospital for exposure. Dragging operations Sunda; were concentrated at the Missis sippi river near the south edge of Clinton. O Draperies _ Are Expensive (Be careful who cleans them.) There is a definite art to cleaning drapes. They .should be measured before they're cleaned. The measurements should be the same AFTER they're cleaned. The. hemline should be even. Uniform.' Corners, square. The pleats should be absolutely vertical. Neat. Even. They should be.returned to you packaged in such a-way that they will not lose their shape before you have a chance to have them re-hung. Draperies are expensive. Pro- tect your investment. Have them cleaned by our exclusive Adjust-a-drape system. The GUARAN- TEED LENGTH drapery service. It's the system you can count on. The Cedar Rapids. 9 Gazette: Men., Mar. 25, 1914 Kindergarten Okayed At St. John's School INDEPENDENCE -A kinder- garten class at St. John's school bere has been approved by the Archdiocesan board of educa- tion in Dubuque and the state He stopped the car at venue and Seventh street SE uon- department of public instruc- ioning by the youth bureau. .Registration for kindergarten and first grade students will be held in the gym Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. It will be the first time that jarents pending further ques- St. John's has had a kindergar- ten class. Keep your draperies in perfect shape with 20% MARCH DISCOUNT process PROFESSIONAL LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING 838 First Avenue NE 364-61 3T NEW BANKING we can hardly wait ID tell you about it. First Trust and Savings Bank just small enough to treat you big 1201 Third St. S.E, 1820 First Ave. N.E. 1600 Dows Street, Ely, Iowa Member F.D.I.C. Tonight, one great show after another! 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