North Carolina Newspapers

    rjSDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1974
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ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
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This is election year whether you
care or not. Have you thought
about it?
CROSSWORD
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SilSIQia. EIBBBS
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2. Madison
Square
Garden
3. American
author
4. Half ems
5. Leather
thong
S. Russian city
7. African
river
8. Film star’
double
9. Cries, as
17. Youths
18. Escape
(slang)
21. Fearless
22. Cry of
pain
23. Ports
24. U.S
patriotic
song
25. Nay
26. Man
nickname
30. Travels
31. Shun
32. Vexes
33. ObserN
35. Eskers
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36. Valley
(poet.)
39. Be in
debt
40. Untrained
11. Lauds
15. Ohio city
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ACROSS
1. Ticker-
5. Male
offspring
9. One with
low LQ.
10. Banal
12. Fencing
swords
13. Slacken
14. Gain
15. Gift
16. Edible
mollusk
19. Perform
20. Indian
mulberry
21. Seethe
23. Secondhand
garments
(slang)
27. Andy’s TV
partner
28. Split
pulse
29. Norse god
30. Marvels
34. Eats away
37. Contend for
38. Jewish
month
39. Silk veil
(eccl.)
41. Burn, as
with liquid
42. Walks
through
water
43. God of
t'i;
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Ciceiy lyson sxar-a as a ixcLxoriai iiu-year-oia tormer slave, in tne title role ot "The Auto-biography of Miss Jane Pittman
"a two-hour di*ama special, Thursday, Jan. 31 (9:00-11:00 PM, EOT) on the CBS Television Network, WFMY-TV, Channel 2. Make-’
up for he? a1- kg-e 110 took almost 6 hours to complete, with individual foam-rubber pieces being applied to Miss Tyson''s
face arid ri&k,\then tinted. Eybrow and facial hairs were applied one at a time. A "bald cap," that created a receding
hairline; ai|d a gray wig completed the transformation.
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"It's vc'ry dif'ficull lor me
to play a role if I don’t t'cel
the situation is real, if only
for a moment," says Cicely
'Tyson, whose performance
in the motion picture
"Sounder" brought her an
Acadcmy Award nomina
tion. "For me, acting is
belicvingv^’ ^ .
Miss 'K’son' stars in'nie
title role of a llO-vear-old
woman who recalls her
lifetime, from the Civil War
to the civil rights move
ment, in "The Autobiogra
phy of Miss .lane Pittman,"
a two-hour fictional drama
special to be presented
Thursday, Jan. 31 (9:00 -
11:00 PM, EDT) on the CBS
Television Network, and
WFMY-TV, Channel 2.
"I suppose I approach a
role organically, or inside-
out," Miss Tyson reflects,
both hands flying instinc
tively to her stomach to
indicate a center of feeling.
"I don't think out a role
intellectually. Therefore, I
tried to feel what it was like
to be Jane Pittman, to have
lived so long and lost so
much." ......
To prepare for her role in
the drama. Miss Tyson
spent several days with
elderly women in a
retirement home. "Those
women fascinaied me,"
she recalls. "I’ll never
forget when one 104-year-
old wom’an closed her eyes,
leaned back and told me,
"I'm just .tired.' That’s
when : 1 understood best
w'hat it must be like - a
"Those w'omen helped
me tremendously in playing
Jane Pittman," Miss Tyson
emphasizes, "not because I
copied the, but because
they shared with me the
perspective and c]uiet
dignity that comes W'ith old
age. If I learned one thing
, j fro,ni,tJj.is role, deep
respect tovpeopl&iviio have
—been down the road."
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High Point, N.C. 27261
Smokey Robinson
Soul Train Hits Road
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First Choice
1525 N. Main St.—in Lindale Plaza
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CPEN: 9 a.m.—6 p.m.
Mon.-Thur., Sat., Fri.—^Til 7 p.m.
THE SHOW PLACE OF PRIME MEATS
Al Wilson
Smokey Robinson, First
Choice and Al Wilson come
to Soul Train, the nationally
televised, teen dance show
this weekend. Don Corne
lius is host and executive
producer of the hour-long,
popular program.
F'verybody digs Smokey
Robinson. He is well
remembered from the
"good old days" of Smokey
Robinson and the Miracles,
singing such favorites as
"You Can Depend On
Me," and "Shop Around."
Since then, Smokey. also
known as one of the
country’s finest poets and
record producers, has taken
off from the group to do hi.s
thing -- solo. Smokey sings
"Sweet Harmony” "Baby
Come Close,” and "Just
My Soul Responding.”
The first Choice is slowly
becoming everyone’s
choice across the country.
These three talented and
vivacious young ladies were
named the "Best New
Female Group" at the
Continued on Page 8
filERCHANTS PRACTICE
WHAT THEY PREACH
ABOUT
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
WHEN THEY ADVERTISE
IN YOUR PAPER.
PATRONIZE THEM!
WE NEED COOM. I
clearance on all heavy
outerwear. Spring and
Summer goods arriving
Men’s vinyl 3-4 length coat...leather
look, quilted lined, ^ « A
easy to keep clean, J I ^ , j y
belt all-around
Young men’s wide brim hats
as you see on TV.
Especially priced
in assorted cobrs
$7.99
Men’s all-weather coats,
zip-out lining,
comfortable for ^10 00
any season. Only ▼ * # • # #
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