Cedar Rapids Gazette, October 1, 1974, Page 42

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 7 delusion Today By jay sharbutt Unmarrieds Populate TV-Land By John J. O’Connor Ntw York Tim** Service NEW YORK - Wedded life may still bt* touted in conjunction with the myth of bliss but it has become a distinct liability in the peculiar arena of television programming The dominant position in prime-time entertainment is now monopolized by what the ad agencies might refer to as the “unmarrieds.” There are. of course, prominent exceptions. Network executives can point, rather anxiously, to Edith and Archie Bunker, Mr. and Mrs. Walton and, their first cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Apple, And among the new shows this season there are the pioneering couples    of “Little House    on the Prairie”    and    “The    New Land”. * * * A few others can be ticked off on the toes of one foot, but the total can’t compete with    the    other    side    of the scale. Among the long-running unmarrieds are: Mary Tyler Moore, Cannon, Ironside, Kojack and the assorted heroes of “Gunsmoke ”, “Six Million Dollar Man”, “Sanford    and    Son”,    and    “Kung Fu”. But consider this season's additions to the unmarried barrel: “Rhoda. Christie Love, Lucas Tanner. Manhunter, both Chico and the Man, Paul Sand. Kodiak, Kolchak. Na-kia. the son on “That’s My Mama”, the heroine of “Police Woman”, the vagabond-hustler of “Paper Moon”, the detective on “Rockford Files", the two truck drivers of “Mov-in’ On” and most of the apes and all of the humans on “Planet of the Apes”. Granted, some of these characters may have been married at one time but now 2-WMT-TV, Cedar Rapid* 7—KWWl.TV, Waterloo 9—KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapid* 3-KTVO, Ottumwa 4-WHBF-TV, Rock Mood 6—WOC-TV, Davenport Tuesday Night 12.31 7— Tomorrow A- Tomorrow IO-Tomorrow 13-Tomorrow 8—WKBT, lo Croste IO—KROC-TV, Rocketer 12—KIIN-TV, Iowa City 13—WHO-TV, De* Momei 40—KDUB, Dubuque 13—New* 40-All My Children LH Y Action New* , New*, Weather. So** O-Evewitne** New* 3 New*, Weather, Sot* 4 Action New* -A O Clock Edition New*, Set* Weather New*, Weather, Set*. 17 Designing ll- Evewitne** New* 40-New»llne S:3I J—To Tell Truth 7-High Chaparro! 9 Hollywood Sauare* 3- Candid Camera 4-Hee Haw A iowa Football I -World Crusade 10 -Let * Make a Deal ll- Audubon Wildlife lJ_Let » Make o Deal 40 - Honk Thompjnn I HQ ‘J— Condid Camera 9 Happy Day* 3 Hooey Day* A—Adam I? 10-Adorn 13 13-America 11- Adam 17 40-Happy Day* 7:30 fl NSC Aovie - ‘ Disappearance of Flight 417 9 ABC Movie— . Stranger Within 3 ABC Movie _ Stronger Within 4 - M*A*S*H A-NBC Movie- ' Disappearance of Flight 417" IO-HBC Movie • Disappearance of Flight 417" 17- Symphony 13—NBC Movie — Disopoeorance of Flight 41? • 40 ABC Movie Stranger Within 8:00 „ ? Hawon Five O 4- Hawaii Five O 8:M I? Womon too J- Barnaby 7- Police Story 9 Marcu* Welby 3 Marcus Welby 4 Barnaby Jones A Police Story IO Police Story I? Acc ion Chicano 13 Police Story 40- Marcu* Welby 9:30 13- Burglar Proofing 10:00 2 Action New* 7 New*. Weather, Sp!* 9 tyewltne** New* 3 New*. Weather, Spt*. 4 Action New* A— IO 0‘CtOck Edition I New*, Spt* . Weather IO New*. Weather, Spt* I? Day at Night ll- Eyewltne** News 40 Newsline 10:30 7- CBS Movie ’Sovage 7- Tonight 9 Wide World of entertainment T Wide World of Wednesday Morning Sunrise Semester New Zoo Revue Sunrise Seme*ter 7:00 ? CBS New* 7—Today 4-CBS New* A—Todoy I- CBS New* IO - Today ll—Today 12:13 1—Town and Country IO— Virginia 15—Cartoon* 12:30 2—A* the World Turn* 7-Jeopardy 9 - Let s Make a Deal Let * Make c (V-u A* the World Turn* Jeopardy As the World Turn* Jeopardy .Electric Company Movie - Let s Make a Deoi 7:30 0 Romper Room 3— Lewis Family 8:00 7 Coof. Kangaroo 9 New Zoo Revue 3- Sesame Street 4 Copt Kangaroo I -Copt. Kangaroo 8:30 9- Morning Show 13— In School 9:00 J- Joker'* Wild 7 - Name Tho! Tune 9 Mike Dougio* I Cartoon* 4 Joker * Wild A—Name Tho! Tune A -Joker » Wild 10—Nome Tho! Tune 11—Sesame Street ii—Nome Tho! Ty. • IOO ' 7—Guiding Light 7- Day* of Live* 9—Newlywed Game 3 - Newlywed Come 4- Guiding Light A—Day* of Lives I Guiding Light IO—Cav* of Live* l| In School - Newlywed Game 1:30 2—Edge of Night 7—Doctor* 9—Girl In My Lite 3 Girl In My Life 4—Edge of Night A Doctor* I—Edge of Night IO- Doctor* 40-Girl In My Life 2:00 ' 3—Price Is Right 7—Another World 9—General Hospital 3—General Hospital 4- Price I* Right A—Another Wor'd A Price I* Right 10—Another World 11—Another V»ur«f 40— General Hospital Winning Streak Farrell 9:30 2— Gambit 7—Winnli 3- Reed 4 - Gambit A Winning Streak A- Gombit 10 Winning Streak 11 Winning Streak 40 Galloping Gourmet 10:00 2 - Now You See It 7- High Roller* ic 2:30 My Children 3 All My Children 9 All 4- Now You See It A-High Roller* A- Now You See it 10—High Rotter* lf— In School 11- High Roller* 40 Not for Women Only 10.30 7- Love of Lite 7 Hollywood Sauare* 9— Brady Bunch Brady B ___  lunch Love of Life Hollywood Sauare* Love of Lite Hollywood Sauare* Hollywood Sauare* Brady Bunch 11:00 ? Young and Restless 7— jackpot 9 Password 3 Po»*word _ 4 Young and Reifies* A- Jackpot {—Young ond Restless 10- Joe kpot 11— Jackpot 40— Password I ntertalnment Tonight World Crusade Tonight Great Zoo* Tonight Wide World of Entertainment 10:43 4 Mod Squad 11:30 IO 40 T omor row Celebrity Sweepstake* Spilt Second Spilt Second Tomorrow Celebrity Sweepstake* T omor row Celebrity Sweepstake* C elebrity Sweepstake* Split Second Mi" Century Theater 11:43 4 - Big Valley 12 00 I Lait Word Wednesday Afternoon 12:00 2 Match Game 7—How To Survive a Marriage 9 One Lite To Live 3-One Life To live 4 Motet* Gome A— How To Survive a Marriage A Match Gome IO-How To Survive a Marriage 13— How To Survive a Marriage 40-One Life To Live 00 2* Tattletale* 7— Somerset 9— HO OOO Pyramid J Ald OOO Pyramid 4 Tattletale* A— Sorrier let A— Tattletale* IO Somerset I? Maggie ll— Somerset 40    *10.000 pyramid 3:30 J -Dr Moi 7 - Room 72? 9—Gllllgon » Island 1 Soro i Summer 4— Mike Douglas A Jean ole I Bewitched IO Lott in Space I? Lottery ll— Floppy 40 Western Star* 4:00 7- Bonania 9—Sara * Summer A- Mew Griffin A Mike Douglas 17 Mlsteroger* II Mew Griffin 40 Trails West 4:30 2 Partridge Family J— About a Century 4- Hogan * Heroes IO - Daniel Boone 17 Sesame Street 40 Pioneer* 3:00 2 Conieauence* 7- Dragnet 9 Lucy Show I Newsfeature* 4 Gllllgon * Island 40 Robin Hood I" 9- New*, Weather Newt. Weather Eyewitness New* News Fomlly Affair Noon Edition Noontime - New*. Weather -In School . . frit Company New* New* Nowlin Claims Couple Entered Car Willingly are either divorced (Kojack) or struggling alone as a widower (Lucas Tanner). But the implied message seems unmistakable: Being single is more fun, or at least provides more opportunities for getting in on the fun. ♦ * * A leading producer, professing that he hadn’t given much thought to the phenomenon, speculated on one feasible reason. iMarriage tends to tie a character to domestic situations. and that can mess up the pacing of a show, especially in the action-adventure category. The producer recalls that when “The FBI” series began many years ago, one of the major characters was married. When his home life got in the way of the plot lines, his wife was quietly dropped after several weeks. Contrary to the overwhelming evidence. Fred Silverman, programming chief at CBS, insists that there is no conscious design to the pattern. Mary' Tyler Moore is single, he explained, because she needed a new image after a long stretch as Dick Van Dyke s TV wife. And Rhoda. he noted, will be getting married in six weeks. Silverman argues that the criterion is simply in creating a good program. One CBS possibility for a mid-season debut in January is a .spinoff from “All in the Family” That would involve the Jefferson family, Archie's black neighbors. Silverman stresses that the parents are married. The son, however, is not. (The major focus cf “The Waltons” is not on the parents but on John-Boy. who is conveniently single.) I “mistaken.” Nowlin replied that they were. I On re-cross examination, one of the defendant’s attorneys , asked his client if the reason no ... mostly with my hands” - defense wa* presented in Now-in but that, he has never attempted Im’s trial for the murder of Ser-to receive “help.” Asked by his vey (Continued from Page I.) ished off” a pint of whisky ,h'caL„.    1    lawyers    if    he'“liked" his ac-found guilty of first On leaving the establishment    Nowlin    said    “not    really    ”    murder    —    was    that he did not around midnight, Conner and !,or|s’ [bowlin saia, n°i    y. _ Iowa City Family Files 3131,000 Suit over Mishap The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tuesday, Ort. I, 1974 JI Shooting injures Accident Suit Father and Son ^ $126,000 A $131,(HK) lawsuit was filed in EDDYVILLE (UPI) — An Ed- in which Nowlin was I Linn district court Monday dyville man and his 2-year-old degree morning on behalf of three per- son were hospitalized at 1'ni- A couple hurl cident on May 26. in an auto ac-1973, is ask- Nowlin saw two young people. (Nowlin said in court they were Servey and Miss Connolly.) Conner, who was driving Nowlin’s car since Nowlin had been picked up for having his license expired, told Nowlin he wanted to have intercourse with the girl. U-Turns I sons injured in a car accident in versify hospitals at Iowa City mg $126,000 in damages from after a weekend suit are Mr. dent here. shooting inoi- the driver * volved. of the other car in- Nowlin denied telling Richard want to face the “embarrass-, Foster and Craig Sudduth - mcnt” of insanity plea, Nowlin u >;    " who earlier testified against said, “yes. '    lam *    1 ln    ne    „    , him - of    killing    Servey and    The defendant also    agreed    and Mrs.    Justin Green of Iowa Officials    said    Larry    Algood.    In a petition filed in Linn di.s- Miss Connolly and    of raping the I that, since he    “knew    he had!    city, and their daughter Jeanne.    25, was in    serious condition and    trict court Monday morning, girl.    something to    do with that    Named    as defendants in the    his son. Scotty,    was in    critical    Ronald L. and Beverly J. Cox Speaking    of Sudduth, Nowlin    murder, there    was no    possible    ^ wpre    leonard R. Adams of    condition    are seeking that amount from said. “I don’t like niggers, so defense, why should I talk to them?” Any conversation at the Linn Af. .    .    ...    county jail, where the supposed After m.k.n« two U-turns on, admissions wore mad.c, were the ^highway. _ Conner stoppyl: Jtts, ..words back and for(h .. according to Nowlin. He testified he said that the other inmates could “draw their own Nowlin’s vehicle near the walking teenagers, Nowlin asked them if they wanted a ride, and they replied, “yes” and got in the back seat of the two-door car. Enroute to Cedar Rapids, Servey asked where they were going, and Nowlin answered that Conner was going to “make” his “girl or wife." Servey then threw $42 from his wallet over the front seat — (Nowlin later said he and Conner split this money) — and said to take them back to their car. Conner continued to drive to near Palisades-Kepler state park in Linn county and stopped the car in a secluded area. (Nowlin said he told his companion he would have “nothin’ to do with the girl ” ) “Servey Lunged”    .tendons    to As Nowlin got out of the pas-    the    boy.” senger side of the automobile.    During Servey “lunged” at him. and Nowlin pushed him back. (He testified he told Servey, “Let them do whatever they want and we’ll go back to town.’’) At that time. Conner was in the Guilty Plea Entered on Three Counts West Liberty, Jacona M. Gru- Wapello county Sheriff Bud wel\ administrator of the estate Irwin said John Williams of of Ida V. Adams. Larson and Eddyville believed he heard Unzeitig. Inc., of Cedar Rapids,!Polers near his home Satur-Gordon Russell, Inc . tier Grad- day n'8hf and allegedly fired a mg and Excavating. Inc., of wdti a ^ gai*S<| shotgun Cedar Rapids, and Rapids Truck Center, Inc Cedar ^tiich hit Algood and his son Informed sources said the Almonds and Williams’ were friends and the father and son were going to visit with the family when The Greens allege in their petitions that a car driven by Adams swerved or skidded into the path of their car on highway 218 near highway 84 in Linn conclusions, they read the news-: Terry Raye Dye, 18. Tuesday paper.”    ^    ipled    guilty    to charges of burgla- “Felt Bad”    ry>    robbery    and carrying a con- At the conclusion of his testi- cealed weapon, mony, Nowlin was asked by his Linn district Judge Ansel m:tjl u av in ^111M    .    ,    . attorney if he had anything else Chapman set sentencing f°r countv Jan. 27,1973.    Stanley: Absenteeism to tell the jury. Nowlin replied, Dct. 22, and county Atty. WH    Crioplina Conaress “There is not much more I can ham baches said his office will    Negligent    PP    9    » tell about it other than I’m recommend the maximum 20    ^    petition    alleges    Adams    WAVERLY - Congressman sorry for the mother and father years in prison.    was negligent in    failing    to    yield    uho don t snow up rn    Aor of the children.” (Later, when Dye    in magistrate s court    tho righ, of vvay    faii,ng    t0    have    should be docked    State    Rep questioned by prosecution law- la^er Tuesday pled guilty to pos-ihjs vehicle under control, and David Stanley. Musca i.ic e-yer Joe Beck if he “felt bad session    of marijuana and re-    m gomg t00 fast for conditions    Publican, declared    in a    eam- about the deaths," Nowlin an- ceived    a six-month sentence in    0f the roadway.    paign appearance    hero    ues- swered. “I feel bad about it, but the county jail.    ,    *    .    .    day. criLu?nJnr uICarn 1 hai!?",t rrDyethHadh^C|n accUSCt? °f,a5'Unzeitig were general contras Stanley. GOR candidate for cried since I was ll years old ) {gradated burglaiy in the June ^ ^or ^ar Rapids Truck U.S. senator, said absenteeism ; Wj!n.added he dld not t“,!Lbf,atmi,°i J^na _ar|d.. ^a Center and the other two com- is crippling congress and ..... ,    excavating‘charged that his Democratic op- saying, “I didn’t know|Authorities said $850 was taken)gradmg on a%ub_c()n near high- Culver of Cedar Rapids, Louis LeRov Sanders in connection with an accident on highway 94 one mile north of Cedar Rapids. The peti ion alleges Sanders was negligent in failing to have his vehicle under control, failing to reduce speed on a curve, failing to keep to the right of the center line, and driving while drunk Cox seeks $21,650 from Sanders for lost earnings, pain en-dured , and expenses, and $20,000 for the loss of his wife’s services. Mrs. Cox is asking $80,000 for lost income and compensation tor pain endured, and an additional $5,000 for loss of her husband’s services. his I time, Clark To Appear At Ginsberg Fete Sen. Dick Clark iD-lowa) will actions were crimes at the1 Hladky, 3218 Bever avenue SE.:pamcs wcrc doing .    -    .    .    ,    .    .    H*nU!!r^vid *B# was ,ake" a"d Sradi"S «* a subcontract,P®»cnt . Congressman John    #(honor at a recop- what I was doing I had no in- in the robbery    basjs    on    proporly    npar    hiRh.    Culver of Cedar Rapids, has    pJ:jdav n for stan|fy start with of killing He had been charged with ways 2]8 and 84 where a build- missed 28 percent of all votes in for the house this year robbery with aggravation in extensive crosse*, connection with the July 18 hold-ffi^    S"e    has missed •STS M Nri0WlinbaS on lhc updf    Storc'    225    “**•    'Mud-    on    Road'    lower votes than the average iXle^TjSTm'to mid stand all Monday afternoon, a wood road NW.    congressman    scheduled    for    8:30    p.m. to mid- The companies were negligent | s , d    sbould|night at 4349 Kox Meadow drive J    n    cr    ti.ill wi.niUk n ut good part    of    It taken up by j The concealed weapon charge questions    by    Asst. Attorney .concerns a .22 caliber pellet pis- General Joe Beck for the prose-ltol Dye was accused of possession — Nowlin’s version of the! ing Aug. 2 front seat. Miss Connolly in the events of the case was contrast- Fachcs said Dye also faces creating a dangerous condition ^    mHkc    |t    f0    WQrk -jack.    pd to that    of    other witnesses, charges in Colorado. Dye is    which contributed to the ac- J_ Nowlin and Servey went away whose testimony f.ubstanttally being held in the Linn aunty    cident in allowing dirt mud and b ' ,h -    ,    SE    .Tickets    will    be    available    at debris to accumulate on high- •    the    door. way 218, the petition alleges,    ,h    .    ^ docked when Drive Sa'ely Television Listings from the car. and got in a fight. (Nowlin said he used kung-fu and ju-jitsu.i While Servey was in a semi crouched position, Nowlin “seen the flash of a knife blade" in Servey’s hand and lost remembrance of subsequent events. The following testimony is based on what Nowlin claimed Conner told him : Five or IO minutes after leaving the car, Nowlin returned and asked for a gun. Conner heard a shot, and Nowlin came back. “Guess I Did” (When asked by his lawyer if he shot Servey, Nowlin replied. “The way Conners (sic > told me. I guess I did ”) Conner then drove toward Anamosa. stopping once to have i Nowlin drive. Conner “took the differed. Nowlin’s also tested. own veracity was jail on $50,000 bond. * Edwin Silver Pleads Innocent of Rape “short Edwin G. Silver, 27. Central Green is seeking $105.702 83 from Adams and the companies to compensate him for suffer-! ing. doctor bills, and damage to i his car Mrs. Green asks $25.652 48 from all the defendants for inju- ■ IAUN09T j wheel” again and parked near; I the Old Morley bridge. Conner < rabbit hunting told Miss Connolly he was going    Had A    , i to tie her up and leave her, but later took the girl down the The two. he said, had a “two-river bank.    party    agreement” on things , (Nowlin, at this point in his    they    did. He added that he testimony, said he heard a gun    thought Conner had    a    pretty shot and “came back.” Asked    Rood    police record    in    Cedar by his attorney if he had “sex”iR a p i d s ” and that Conner with Miss Connolly or if he shot always carried a shotgun in the her, Nowlin answered “no”) trunk of his car. (Conner earlier; testified he would have nothing to do with guns.) Beck asked ISpwlin if he could not remember what had oc-1 curred between seeing the flash. of the knife in Linn county and “Gun in Creek” The defendant said shorty,”    the reported    murder    City, Tuesday pled    innocent in weapon,    is now in    a creek    Linn district court    to a charge    ries    she    sustained,    while    their “within    calling distance” of    of raping a 15-year    old girl near    daughter    Jeanne    asks    $1,000. Conner's    house, thrown    there by    Coggon Aug. 15.    - Nowlin at Conner’s request.    Trial    for    Silver    was    scheduled    Want    ads    are    easy    to    use    and Nowlin did say he carried the for Dec. 9 Silver is free on a produce quick, satisfying regun in his lunch pail to work on $10,000 surety bond.    suits Dial 398-8234. occasion, because “a guy threatened to blow me away.”   _ (The pump shotgun, which has!    ^^^HaaB||||H|a|a||Ba||H||B|HB||||B||^H||||HH||||a||| been admitted into evidence although the other firearm has never been located, was obtained surreptitiously by Nowlin and his brother-in-law at a car crash scene, Nowlin said. I Nowlin claimed he used his own sawed-off shotgun for “night hunting,” as it has a “big spread” and was good for Momh ■ Room FOR ANY .DRAINAGE FAILURE 9ATH900M 365-2243 AWAY <<.£.*• V* bown rHm ora|H I Returned to C.R. Nowlin testified he and Conner returned to Mabel Beltz’, discussing the night’s occurrences on the way. Conner, he said. was “jabbering’’ and was    wi T* ”#    '    ~ • scared " Nowlin claimed he !$“™« *bl"' ,®f a *un !" told Mrs. Beltz and Martin that “'>h ht he h' could i- UM » »" - cwK ars killed “the girl.” Un said he was sure that could Nowlin s chief counwl further not bave ^app^d questioned his client to apparently elicit .support for the defense's insanity plea and to discredit state’s witnesses. The defendant said he and his stepfather did not “get along.” and that “things got worse and worse” as he grew older. (Nowlin's mother Monday testified her husband often beat Nowlin as a child ) “I Get Mad” In regard to discrepancies with Conner’s testimony, Nowlin said his “friend” was “out to save his own neck ” “Have Admitted” “I." Nowlin told the jury j “have admitted to what I havei done, or what I remember ll have done.” Nowlin denied threatening to kill Conner, and further claimed Describing his temper. Now Im he did not kill Miss Connolly to said. “Well, I get mad. I just. as j “get rid” of w itnesses of the long as it's verbal, and actually slaying of Servey. “If I would nothing really happens. I'm have killed Maureen Connolly," alright. But once a blow is he testified. “I would have swung. I just lose it. I just black j killed Atwell,” since he too w as out I don’t even know what I’m a possible witness doing "    Noting all the variances of Nowlin added that such bo-,Nowlin's testimony from that of havior happens quite often —jstate witnesses. Beck asked that he has “hurt a few people, Nowlin if other witnesses were VISIT The Office of Dr. C. R. Kitchen Optometrist • Eyes Examined • Glasses Fitted • Contact Lenses Sears By appointment only 39S4334 Closed Sun. and Mon. Lindale Plaza Her unborn baby orders her >)}y to ignore her doctor.. Forces her to abandon her husband... And compels herto do what no woman has ever done before. i Who is this child? THE Stranger Within Starring Barbara Eden ABC TUESDAY MOVIE OF THE WEEK 7:30PM TD Id TI9 J ;