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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                Television Today By Jay Sharbutt. The Award Awards Show NEW YORK ob- scure television producer, Everett Scrimshaw, of Bum- f u d g e o n Fla., announced Monday the creation of a new awards program to honor the best awards shows on TV this year. "It's called the first annual 'Award Awards' he said. "It covers all categories the Oscars, the Emmys, the Tonys, the Grammys and whatever else comes up." Scrimshaw, who recently got his own award as the out- standing escapee of the Bum- fudgeon Home for the Weird, was asked how he came upon the unique idea of the Award Awards. "I was he said. And, he added, "it struck me, as did my wife, that even with all these awards shows on TV, nobody's ever really paid tribute to the people who make them what they are." Scrimshaw declined to say with whom he's negotiating for the TV rights to the Award Awards show. He said it'll be broadcast from the new Bum- fudgeon Civic Center right after the Halloween sock hop. "It'll be a black-tie he emphasized. "There's enor- mous interest in it. Snidely Foon, the haberdasher here, already's having a run on boiled dickies." Scrimshaw made public a few awards categories he's planned. They are: Most Dramatic Gasp When Name Is Announced. Best Dash up the Aisle. Best-Looking Sioux Princess to Decline Award for Absen- tee. Most Years Spent Awaiting Award in Same Rented Tux- edo. Arthur B. Summerfield Trophy for Best Envelope- Handling. Best Dramatic Reading of Ad Lib on Cue Card. Most Humble Producer. Best Tight Close-Up on Face given TV cameraman with fastest reaction when streaker interrupts ceremonies. Back in real world, meanwhile, CBS has canceled the top-rated "Sonny and Cher" program, which pre- miered as a summer replace- ment in August 1971 and joined the regulars in De- cember that year. The cancellation is sad news, but industry observers noted the popular show was in trouble last February when its stars said they were cancel- ing their marriage. Fred Silverman, CBS1 pro- gramming chief, wouldn't say if the marital rift was the reason the show was axed. "It's a very, very complicated he said, declining to elaborate further. He said a replacement pro- gram would be announced later this month when CBS makes public its fall program lineup. A reminder for baseball fans: NBC is televising to- night's Atlanta-Los Angeles game live, preceded by a half- hour program about the high- lights in the career of home run king Hank Aaron. NBC says baseball authori- ties have lifted the television blackout of the game for Los Angeles, but not Atlanta, where the game will be held. Television Listings 9-KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids .2-WMT-TV; Cedar Ropidi 3-KTYO, Ottumwo 4-WHBF-TV, Rock Island 6-WOC-TV, Davenport 8-WKBT, La Creme 10-KROC-TV, Rochester 12-KIIN-TV, Iowa City 40-KDUB, Dubuque Monday Night 9-Portrait: Harry 7-Action News Sots. Weather, Sots 4-News. Weather, Sals 6-6 O'Clock Edition Sots., Weather ID-News. Weather, Spls Smllev flews 40-Lossie Out 3-To Tell Truth and Son Moke o Deal Trail Squares 8-NashviHe Music Goldsboro and Son SDorts Leaends moke L. A.-Atlanta L. A.-Atlanlo L. A.-Atlanta of the Week L. A.-Atlanta 9-ABC Movle- "Once Uoon a Time In the West" Lucy "Once Upon a Time In the West" Roberts Robert-, "Once Upon a rime In the West" 2-DIckVanDvke of Year of Year of Year 3-Acllon News 7-Nem, Weather, Spls. Weather, Spls. 6-10 O'clock Edition 10-News, Weather, Sets, Night News 5-CBSMovie- "Wutherino Heights" wild West "Wuthering Heights" 10-Tonioht Susskind 13-Tonlght 9-Evewitness News <0-Newslinc up and Cheer TV Music Tuesday Morning 6 '30 Semester Ted Armstrong met 8-Sunrlis Semester Ted Armstrong ?-CBS News 7-Today J-CBS News Today S-CBS News Today U-Todav Romoer Room 3-America Sings New Zoo Revue Copt. Kangaroo Sesame Street Copt. Kangaroo Copt. Kangaroo Morning Show 12-ln School 9-Mike Douglas Joker's Wild Dinah's Place 3-Kid Power -l-Joker's Wild Dinah's Place Joker's Wild Olnoh's Place Sesame Street Dinah's Place Gamtjil Jeopardy Dr. Brothers Gambit Jeopardy Gambit Jeopardy 9-AIIMv Children Now You See II 7-Wlzard of Odds Galloping Gourn 4-Now You See It Wizard ot Odds 8-NowYouSeelt 10-Wlzard of Odds 12-ln School 13-WiiordofOdds Not for Women Only Brady Bunch 2-Love ot Lite Hollywood Squares Brady Bunch 4-Love of Lile A Hollywood Squares 8-Lovfr.of Life Hollywood Squares Hollywood Squares Brady Bunch :00 Password Young and Restless Jackpot Password Youno and Restless Jackpot Young and Restless Jackoot Jackpot Password 9-Solit Second Tomorrow Celebrity Swceostakes Split Second Tomorrow Celebrity Sweepstakes Tomorrow 10-Celebrity Sweepstakes Celebrity Sweepstakes Split Second Tuesday Afternoon 9-Evewllness News ?-News, Weather 7-NCWS 3-Ncws Dick Van Dyke 6-Noon Edition Noontime 10-Ncws, Weather, Snts. 12-ln School 13-News All Mv Children Town and Country Virginia Cartoons Lcl'i Moke a Deal 2-As the World Turns 11: 7-lhreeon a Match 3-As the World Turns 4-As the World Turns B-As the World Turns on a Malch 13-Movie Make a Deal Game 2-Guiding Liqht 7-Doys of Lives 3-Newlvwed Game Light of Lives Light of Lives School Gome 9-Giri In My Life of Night 7-Doctors 3-Girl In My Lile -i of Nighl 6-Dotlors B-Edgeot Night JO-Girl In My Life Mosoitol 2-Prlce Is Right World Hospital 4_Pricc Is Right 6-Anomer World 8-Prlce is Right World 13-Another World Hospital 9-One Life To Live Game 7_How To Survive a Marriage 3-One Life To Live To Survive a Marriage Game To Survive a Marriage To Survive a Marriage 40-One Lile To Live American Style American Style 9-GilHgan's Island 2-Dr. Max 7-Whafs My Line? 3-AII My Children Douglas 8-Bewitched 10-Not for Women Only 12-Brldge Trek tor Women Only Trek -Merv Grilfm 2-Bewikhed 3-Lel's Make Deal Heroes 6-Merv Grillin Street 9-ABC News 7-Droanet 4-Glllla.on's island 10-ABC News News News 7-NBCNCWS News News 6-NBCNews B-CBS News News 12-Elcctrlc Company News 40-Newsllnc Read Entertainment Pages Daily Via The Gazette Pair Injured In Accidents Over Weekenc Traffic accidents over th weekend caused minor injurie to two persons, and resulted i the filing of charges against on driver. Allen R. Pesavento, 26, of 142, Thirty-sixth street SE, wa charged with changing lanes i an unsafe manner after an ac cident in the 4600 block of Firs avenue East. Officers said his car struck motorcycle driven by Thoma B. Whitlatch, 18, of 1270 A ave nue, Marion, as Pesavenl changed lanes. Whitlateh was treated a Mercy hospital for a leg lacera tion, police said. A 14-year-old bicycle rider David Cole of 1833 Washingto avenue SE, suffered bruise when his bicycle was struck b a car driven by Myrvin Pope 64, of 648 Soutter court SE. Police said Cole tried to mak a left turn in the 1700 block o Bever avenue SE just as th Pope car overtook him. The ca struck the bicycle in the lei rear. Magistrate Court Two Are Fined For Assault Two men appeared in magis rate's court Friday on charge of assault and battery. Kenneth White, 1233 Firs street SE, pled guilty and wa ;iven a 30-day suspended jai sentence. He was charged wit' assaulting Linda White on Jan 29. A second charge of assaul and battery against him was dismissed on motion of th state. He was charged with as saulting Linda White on Jan. 11. Lynn Rutledge, 311 Sixth street SW, pled guilty and wa "ined and costs. He wa charged with assaulting Pau Underwood on Jan. 6. Drug Charges Are Dismissed Five persons appeared in magistrate's court Friday on charges of possession of con rolled substances. The charges against the five Lynn Rutledge, 311 Sixth stree 5W; George Mulholland, 1001 C ivenue NW; Michael Krecitch rairfax; Richard Fisk, 401 'wenty-ninth street NW anc iiegfried Kehl, 1352 Highwood Irive NW; were dismissed fol owing preliminary hearings. The five were charged with ossession of marijuana on torch 23. Say Bad Check Paid for Stolen Car Paint Job A 16-year-old boy has been charged by police with steal- ing a car and then forging a check to pay for having the car repainted. A traffic vio- lation led to his arrest. The boy is accused of steal- ing a 1965 white car belonging .0 Winifred Koutnik, 3223 VIound avenue SE, Thursday, and of forging his grandfa- :her's name on a blank check and cashing it for 5164. He allegedly used of the money to have the car re- jainted blue, and stole license ilates belonging to Mar- juerite Couch, 2205 Forest drive SE. The youngster was arrested by Marion police Saturday night for failure to yield the right of way and violation of lis instruction permit. Marion police impounded the car and when the boy couldn't get it back, he called a detective in the Cedar Rapids youth bureau and. ad- mitted stealing it. He was processed by the bureau and released. Landfill Linn county land- fill will close early Friday be- cause of Good Friday. Closing time will be 3 p.m. Any size living room sham pooed for Any bedrooi Can clean velvet and sat upholstery and repair cigarc burns. Diamond Carpet. SIX 6226.-Adv. NARFE Retired Feder; Employes will meet Tuesday e the Longbranch for a lunch. Battery Taken Wheeler, 1216 N street SW, tol police a battery was re- moved from his car Saturda night. Pella Tulip Festival Moto Coach Tour May llth. Trave Transport 393-8747.-Adv. Alateen Kenwood unit wi meet at p.m. Tuesday i Lovely Lane United Methodis chucrh. Health services to correc spinal nerve root irritations. As sociated Chiropractors, Iowa Theatre Conopus Club Linn count sheriff Walter Grant will spea on the needs of county law en "orcement Tuesday noon at th Embassy club. Fishing Gear Gone Ebana, 1505 Richmond road NE Four C.R. Men Are Accused of Damaging Ca SWISHER Four Ceda Rapids were arrested Sun day on charges of tamperin with a motor vehicle. According to Johnson Sheri: ary Hughes, the arrests resul ed from Sunday morning stake out of the Dance Mor ballroom n Swisher. Hughes said, "On March 2, 'ohnson county patrol car wa andalized at the same location Ixternal damage was done t 35 to Rick Campbell on March 22 on the account of Margaret iunzenhauser. Hotdog Champ NEW YORK (UPI) College student John Connolly con- sumed nine hotdogs in two and one-half minutes Sunday to win the annual event held at Nath- an's Coney Island. and Don Laughlin of West Branch was selected treasurer. Burglars Hif Country Club a Third Time on the state level, of a no fault insurance plan modeled after the Massachussets plan. It was resolved that the Iowa public employes retirement sys- tem (IPERS) be improved to provide benefits at least equal i IOWA CITY For the third time in just over a month bur- glars entered the lounge at the Fairview golf course by throw- ing a rock through a glass door. Approximately was taken from two cash registers inside the building. About the same amount of money and the same means of entry were involved in two previous breakins, March 3, and March 17. to other retirement systems. The delegates favored main- taining present limits on truck sizes and weights and re- solved that the Iowa tuition grant program should be ex- panded to include community college students. On the national level, dele- gates resolved amnesty be drive-up Drive-through convenience is back. Our doujntouiii drive up windows are now open Monday and Friday 6PM, and Tuesday through Thursday 4PM. That's over 41 hours each week. So, drive-up to one of our drive-up windows. And if you have an extra moment, notice the new decor. It's only a hint of the beautiful, new facilities you'll find inside Bohemian Savings. avings Downtown: 320 Third Si. S.E. Branch: 3910 Center Point Rcl. N.E (opening'in'May) As the 33rd President of the United States, Harry S. Truman was the living symbol of plain-talking honesty and determination. Bui there was a Truman few remember, whose fight to drive corruption out of Mis- souri almost led to the kidnapping of his daughter and his own death. Special pm Monday   

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