The Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 23, 1967 · Page 7
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The Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania · Page 7

Indiana, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, September 23, 1967
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Local TV Listing: Chan. 2, KDKA-TV, PIttsburRh £?,«»«£ Chan. J, WPSX-TV, Clearfleld Chan. 4, WTAE-TV, Pittsburgh Chan. «, WJAC-TV, Johnstown Chan. 10, WFBG-TV, Altnona Program 10: SO A.flt, p and Lift 11,11—Frontiers of Faith IIMlO A.M. ll— liuniuurd Family Chan. 11, WIIC-TV, Pittsburgh ! JJl^™ 6 ," ThtM Chan. 13, WQED-TV, Pittsburgh' »:'» A.M. 2— Pace the N»tlon Saturday Evening •:00 P.M. t— Mavle Cnnt'd t— Wki« . World of Sport* 10— Thundcrblrils M— Wrestling 13— News In Perspective 8l 38 P.M. *— News 4 — (irnni! Old Opry 0—1 Dream of Jemtnle 7: Ol» P.ivl. 4— Goort Company 0— Gel Smart Jfr-Ncws lit— Mala Hari 7:30 P.M. 1:30 I'M. 2,10—Drowns vs. Lions 4—Movie "The Philadelphia Story." 11—True Adventure IS—.Milliard String Quartet 1:45 P.M. ((—Film 2:00 P.M. 8,11—Patriots vs. Hills 2:30 P.M. 13—Heritage 3:00 P.M. 1,1—Camera Three Peter Sellers 3:30 P.M. plays the rule of a bungling French ,,, «,_..„.,., f ,i, . detective and a priceless jewel is the 16 ~ rrenon ^"" Pink Panther. David Niven, Robert 4:00 P.M. Wagner. 8,10—Jauklc Glenson ;!—Clllcugo Ki'sliviil 4—Dating Game 6,11—Maya 8:00 P.M. 4—Ncwlywcd Game IS—Tin Whistle 8:30 H.M. 3,V>— My Thee Sons it—-Pa. Magazine 4—Lawrence Wclk 0— Death Valley 11—Gel Smart 9:00 P.M. 2,10—llugan's Hcocs (Ml—Movie "The Pink Panther. 4—Discovery '6« 1U—Notre Dame—Fllmi 11—Super President Sunday Afternoon 12:00 3—News I—Bugs Bunny «—This Is the Life 11—Notre Dame—.Mm Simpson 12:15 P.M. , •Johnny Costa I'.:30 P.M. •I'n. News Conference «—Kev. Don Powell I:mi I'.M. S.IO—Prt-game Show «,ll—Meet the Press 9:30 P.M. 3,10— Petticoat Junction ;t—Creative I'erson 4—Iron Horse 10:00 P.M. 2,10—Mannlx :<—Open Mind 10:30 P.M. 4—Big Valley 2,10—News 2— Movie 11:00 P.M. 11:15 P.M. •I—Broneo l.'i—Los Angeles—Concert 4:30 P.M. '2 —Movie "Blood on the Moon." A Texas cowpuncher tries lo settle a feud between cattlemen and homesteaders. Ilobert Mitchum, Barbara Bel Gcildes. 10— U.S. Footbnll a: 00 P.M. 4—Movie "Ma and Pa Kettle at the Fair." <i—Jets Vs. Broncos Jl—Roller Derby j;i—NET Journal ;>:30 P.M. t il* AM : «w n.rvi. 10—Dr. Joyce Brother* 1:55 A.M. I—Issues and Answers Monday Morning ft:W» A.M. J—Images and Realities JO— Farm, Home and Garden II—v,i 0:30 A.M. 2,10—Sunrise Semester 11—F«tm Eeport 7:00 A.M. 2—News—Ring 4—Splderman »>.', .IKK, 10—Farm, New*, Weather V: 15 A.M. 10-Jnit f»r Rid* 7:30 A.M. 2-New* 4—Leave II to Beaver 8:00 A.M. 2,10—Captain Kangaroe Homper Boom 9:00 A.M. 2-Contael 4—Rlekle and Copper ft — i' 'run* 1 -' * f 1(1—As the World Turns II—Hot l/ltfc 9:30 A.M. 4—Dating Game 10—Love Is A Many Splciidored Thing II—Virginia Graham 10:01) A.M. a, lit—Candid Camera 4—Movie "Crime Wave." After killing a police man in a gas-station holdup, three! hoodlums head for the home of an ex-' convict, Sterling Hayden, Gene Nelson. •,11—Snap Judgment |.l::«l A.M. , 2,10— Beverly HillbUltei 6,11—Concentration !.:«() A.M. 2,10-Andy Griff lib 6,11—Personality 11:39 A.M. 2.W—Dick Van Dyke 4—Family Gnmc 6.11—Hollywood Sqiare* Monday Afternoon 12:00 2,11—News, Weather y's Talking Tonight TV 7:30-8:30 Chan. 2, 10 — TH E JACKIE GLEASON SHOW - 7:30-8:30 Chan. 6, 11 — MAYA - GET 8:30-9 Chan. 11 SMART- ••_••••••• 8:30-9 Chan. 2, THREE SONS - 10 - MY Indiana Evening Gazette, Sat., Sept. 23, 1967.— / ••The Kentiickian." Story of a fron- ln _ Am| , tellr Hour tlersman who heads for Ky. during n—Movie the 1820's. Dianne Foster, Diana Lynn —fhc Di 6,11—News 11:20 P.M. .0—ijiivti o! Lite 11—News. Weather 12:30 P.M. 8,10— Search for Tomorrow I—News (i.ll—Eye Glen 12:45 P.M. 10—Guiding Light 6—Weather, News 1:00 P.M. 10—Movie "Silk Stockings." Three Russian commissars have been sent to Paris to| persuade a Ilussian composer to re- 1 turn to Moscow. Fred Astalre, Cyd| Charisse. 11:30 P.M. 4—Ncwi The Dude Goes West." A mild-mannered gunsmith from the bowery journeys lo Arsenic City, Nev., back in the 1870's. Eddie Albert, Gale Storm. 11:35 P.M. Sunday Evening G:00 P.M. 2,10—3IST Century 13—American Poets «:;tO P.M. 11—Movie ':;—.News 1. "'Hie Monster of Pledras Blancas." 4—Death Valley Days Lcs Trumayne, Jeanne Carmen. 10—Film—Grand Prix S. "House of Frankenstein." | /.yj) ^_jy 11:45 P.M. ;a.i«-La S .ie I jj ovle '.I—Carol Outlining "The Lady Killers." A gang of thieves ••—'ye s !iV w . ,, hides out in the house of a pleasant I*—Toy That Grew Up old lady. Alec Guinness. Katie John- 7.3^ p >i( son. 6—Joe 1'yue 1:20 A.M. 1:25 A.M. Z—Newi t— Movie in the world. Barry KUaerald 1:30 A ' M - !J, 10— Gentle Ben 3—Antiques 11,11—Walt Disney 8:00 P.M. 2,10—Ed Snllivan 10 "The V T e ell-Talc Heart." Laurence Pay- II—I'l»y of the Week np Adrlenne Corn 8,11—Molhers-In-Law ne, Aduenne corn. IS-Willlam Buckley Jr. on the Bounty." Marlon . ,.„„„ 8:30 P.M. Adrienne Corn. 1:35 A.M. t —Security Sunday Morning 6:00 A.M. 10—Fallh For Today 6:30 A.M. Z—R.F.D. 2 10—Christophers 7:00 A.M. 2—Carnegie Closeup 10—Senators 7:30 A.M. 2—Insight 4—Trl-State Farmer Ifr-This U the Ufe 8:00 A.M. Z—Senators 4—ABC Scope 10—Davey and Goliath 11—Cartoon* 8: IS A.M. 10—Sacred Heart 8:30 A.M. f—Lone Banger 4—Katbryn Kuhlmim 10—Life of Triumph 9:00 A.M. t—Tom and Jerry 4—Senators 11—Face to Face 8:30 A.M. t,10—Underdog 4— Fallh to Fuiih 11—Humbard Family 10:00 A.M. t.10—Lamp Unlo My Feel 9:00 P.M. 2,10—Smothers Brothers i.ll—Bonanza 9:30 P.M. l;i—Net Playhouse ,u.OI) P.M. 3,10— Mission Impossible ti,ll—High Chaparral 10:30 P.M. 1—Open House — art 11:00 P.M. 2,4,6,10,11—News, Sports, Weather 11:15 P.M. 10—Movie 11—Joe Pyne 11:20 P.M. fr-Movf "Nightmare Alley." A barker at carnival cheats everyone he comes In contact with. Tyrone Power and Joan Blondcll. 11:30 P.M. «— MOT!* "Twist of Fate." A showgirl falls in love with a man who specializes in forgery. Ginger Rogers and Jacques Bergerac. 11:45 P.M. 4—Movie "Plunder of the Sun." An American ta Havana is asked to deliver an Important package to Mexico. Glenn Ford, Diana Lynn. 1:00 A.M. 6—News •i— Mike DonglM 4—Fugitive 10—Pat Boone 'I—Give It a Whirl 1:15 P.M. 6—Jack LaLann* 1:30 P.M. (i—HumuuHlcR ill—Make a Deal 2:00 P.M. —N••• -vwed Game [6,11—Days of Our Lives 10—I Love Lucy 2: .10 P.M. 2,10—House Party 4—Dream Girl 8.11—Doctors 3:00 P.M. 2,10—To Tell The Truth 4—General Hospital 6.11—Another World 3:30 P.M. 2,10—Edge of Nlch' 4—Adventure Time (i.ll—You Don't bay 4:00 P.M. 2,10—Secret Storm (i,It—Match Game 4:25 P.M. II—Movie • "Night Tide." In Venice, Cal., a young sailor develops a fascination for a mysterious girl. Dennis Hopper, Linda Lawson. i 30 P.M. | 2—Merv Griffin 4—Movie "Life With Blondie." Daisy, the terror of the mailman, is elected the Navy's pin-up pooch. Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake. 6—Tlmmy and Lassie 0—Mike Douglas 9-9:30 Chan.'2, 10 —HOGAN'S HEROES — 9-11:15 Chan. 6, 11 — SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES — "The Pink Panther" — 9:30-10:30 Chan. 4 — IRON HORSE - 10-11 Chan. 2, 10 — MANNIX TV FOR SUNDAY 11:30 a.m.-Noon — Chan. 4 — DISCOVERY — 1-1:30 Chan. 6, 11 — MEET THE PRESS — Walter Reuther, president of the United Automobile Workers. 6-6:30 Chan. 2, 10 — THE 21ST CENTURY 7-7:30 Chan. 2, 10 r- LASSIE 7-8 Chan. 4 - HOLIDAY ON ICE — Taped in Frankfurt, Germany. Jonathan Winters is host. 7:30-8 Chan. 2, 10 — GENTLE BEN — 7:30-8:30 Chan. 6, 11 — WALT D I S N E Y'S WONDERFUL WORLD OF COLOR has an all cartoon segment, "How the West Was Lost." 8-9 Chan. 2, 10 — THE SULLIVAN SHOW ED FHntsloncs 5:00 P.M. 5:30 P.M. ft—Lone Ranger 3—Science Reporter IV Mountain Playhouse JENNERSTOWN, PA. THE ODD COUPLE" SEPT. 26-30 LUY OCT. 3-14 Last Show of Season tTor Reservations Call 465-4078 Dinner-Theater Rates Group Flans and Benefits DINE... where good food and courteous service are a tradition! STRINI'S Country House 1:25 A.M. 4—News MENU: Wednesday - Italian Night Friday Eve. Special Spaghetti '$1.35 Buffet Other Italian Dishes Available Thurs. X Sat. Eve. Special Roast Prime Rib Of Beef Full Course.;,,.. $3.95 INDIANA, PA, RT. 22 EAST OF BLAIRSVILLE Perfect combination ... deluxe decor and delightful dining $2.25 Variety of Seafood and Meats Hollywood News— Hal Roach Really Delighted Over Laurel, Hardy Revival By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-Television Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — The man most delighted hundreds of companies that dealt in pantomime comedy. with the Laurel and Hardy revival is barrel-chested Hal,Fred Karno had a stable of Roach, who hired them, nurtured them through their,different acts, out of "' h classic comedies and then, when the Chaplin complex set came Chaplin and Laurel. in, fired them. — ^— Chaplin borrawecl from Roach's delight steins from Technology had much to do artistic rather than monetary,with this, he explained. In the concerns. Early in the televisionj silent films comedy was played era he sold out his interest in at 12 frames of film per second, the Laurel and Hardy films and!resulting in the jerky, comical realized little returns that brought. of the the immense comedies Still vigorous at 75, the veter- thus providing an producer paused to reflect on I movements. movements of Chaplin and other comics. But sound movies required 24 all those old pantomime routines, and he was great—until he rirt out of them. His later films showed none of that early brilliance." Roach said he had no prob* Icms with the rotund Hardy, who was content to read whatever lines were given him. But Laurel was stricken with th* Chaplin virus and insisted on controlling his film destiny. After Laurel threw out Roach's concept for "Babes In Toyland" and substituted his own, the producer told him: "Your contract do not intend price." That was the end of their relationship. frames per more second, natural the phenomenon that has brought the deceased Laurel and Hardy more acclaim now than in their heyday on the screen. Their comedies remain popular on television and in theaters, and critics have hailed them as the great comic artists of the talking films. "It's strange," reflects Roach. "I've been at film festivals where Charlie Chaplin's old comedies are played. To my surprise, the gags that I roared at when I first saw them get hardly any laughter from today's audiences. But the Laurel and Hardy pictures get laughs in all the places where we planned them to be at the time." Under the Roach aegis, Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy flourished with brilliance through the 1930s, then fell into decline. They moved to other studios, low-budget comedies 8-11:30 Chan. 4 — SUNDAY NIGHT MOVIE — Mutiny on the Bounty — Marlon Brando, and Trevor Howard. 8:30-9 Chan. 6, 11 —MOTHERS-IN-LAW — Seems Kaye breaks her leg on a ski trip, and she decided Eve's husband can handle her law suit. 9-10 Chan. 2, 10 — SMOTHERS BROTHERS COMEDY— George Burns is the guest. 9-10 Chan. 6, 11 — BONANZA 10-11 Chan. 2, 10 — MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE — 10-11 Chan. 6, 11 —HIGH CHAPARRAL has more Indian trouble. It starts over three Army deserters, posing as miners, who are hired to work for the Cannon spread. PALACE GARDENS DRIVE-IN THEATRE that dulled the luster of their careers. For the last decade of their teaming—Hardy died In 1957, Laurel in 1965—-they were unable to find work in Hollywood. What happened to the brilliant pair? "It was the Chaplin cmpiex," Roach sighed. "Chaplin has wrecked more comedy careers than booze. No matter who they are—Stan Laurel, Buster Keaton, Fatty Arbuckle, Jacques Tati, yes, and Jerry Lewis— they all begin thinking they can't realize their potential unless they direct themselves, as Chaplin did. "But the difference is that Charlie had a backlog of comedy that the.others didn't have. The pantomime tradition had started in France, then moved to England where there were CHESTNUT RIDGE PUBLIC GOLF COURSF RTS. 22 & 119 EAST OP BLAIRSVILLE Have You Tried The COACH-LITE INN COCKTAILS LOBSTERS STEAKS Call 459-7191 FOR RESERVATION DANCING Fftl. & SAT. KEN COOK TRIO NOW NOW PERFECT FROM TOP TO BOTTOM SHOWING TONITE THRU SUNDAY SEE HOW POOR WHITE TRASH LIVE IN - COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents SIDNEY POITIER JAMES CLAVELL'S PRODUCTION OF "TO SIR, WITH LOVE'; EVENINGS AT 7:15- : TECHNICOLOR* SATURDAY 1:20-3:30-5:30-7:30-9:30 TONITE t SAT. FIRST AREA RUN! Torn From Current Issues Of LIFE! Al Capone's Love Letters To The World! 7:45 11:30 ONLY MAIL ORDERS NOW! 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