Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on January 6, 1969 · Page 12
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p 6—B •HE RTCGISTER-NTSWS — MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS MONDAY, JANUARY 6, 1969 I Watching TV TONIGHT 2:25 —)-l 1-T2 News 6'.00— 2 New* 2:30- -2-3 One Lifr> to Live 3 Cactus Pofe 4-12 Edge of Night 4-12 News 5-6 You Don't Say 6:30- -2-3 Avengers 3:C0- -2 Movie: "Callaway Went 4-12 Gunsmoke Thaiaway" 5-6 1 Dream of Jeonnie 311 Dark Shadows 1) Truth or Consequences •1-12 Linklelter Show 7:00- -5-6 Rowan and Martin 5-6 The Match Game 11 Of Lands anrl Seas 3:30 -3 Lone Ranger 7:30- -2-3 Peyton Place 4 Movie: "CrosSAir.ds" 4-12 Lucille Ball 5 Merv Griff : n 8:00- -2-3 Outcasts 6 Snap Judgment 4-12 Mayberry R.F.D. 11-12 Underdoy 5-6 Movie: "Jumping Jack" 4:00 -3 The Hour 1) Steve Allen 6 Popeye 8:30- -4-12 Family Affair 11 Flintstones 9:00- -2-3 Big Valley 12 Mike Douglas 4-12 Carol Burnett -1:30- -6 Perry Mason 9:30- -11 The Honeymconers 11 Gillicjans Islai.d 10:00- -2-3-4-5-6-12 News 5:00- -2 Combat 11 Perry Mason .? Cartoons 0:30- -2-3 Joey Bishop 4 Leave It to Beaver 4 Movie: "Magnificent 5 News Matador" 11 1 Love Lucy 5-6 Johnny Carson 5:30- -2-J-4-5-6-12 News 12 Movie: "Tile Shadow on 11 Rawhide the Window" Evening 11:00—11 Mov.e: "Before 12:20-4 Movie: "Blackout" I Hang" 6:00' TUESDAY PROGRAM Morning 5:20—4 Summer Semester 6iOO—4 Town and Country .12 Summer Ssmaster 6:30-4 P.S. Four 5 Focus Your World 12 Gospel Roundup 6:45—2 Thought Fot Today 6:50—2 Farm Report 7:00—2 Lone Ranger 4 News 5-6 Today 7:30—2 Fury 4 Carlooi's 8:00—2 Rontp?r Rocr.' 4-12 Captain Kangaioo 8:45—11 Carioons 9:00—2 Dick Caveft 3-11 Jack Lelane Show 4-12 The Lucy Show 5 Snap Judgment 6 Romper koum 9:30—3 Dick Cavell 4-12 Beverly tlillblliei 5-6 Concentration II Love That Bob 10:00—2 Fay Cards 4-12 Andy of May-beny 5-6 Personality II Movie: "Tissue of Hale" 10:30-2 What's My Line? 4-12 Dick Van Dyk« ' 5-6 Hollywood oquj.es 11X0-2-3 Bewitched 4-12 Love of Life 5-6 Jeopardy 11 Twilight Zone .11:30—2-3 Funny You Should Ask 4-12 Search For Tomorrow -•: 5-6 Eye Guess 11 Mr. AAagoo ' 11:45-11 King and Odie Afternoon 12:00-2 Charlotte Petdrs 3-11 Dream House 4 Dennis the Menace 5 Mike Douglas 6-12 News 12:15—6 Paster Speaks 12:30—3 Let's Make a Deal 4-12 As the Worid Tunis 6 Hidden Face 11 Funny You Shotld Ask •2:55-3-11 Children* Doctor 1:00—2-3 Newly wed Game 4-12 Love is a Many Splendo'ed Thing 5-6 Days of Our Lives 11 Make Room For Daddy 1:30—2-3 The Dating Game 4-12 The Guding tight 5-6 The Doctors J1 Woody Woodbury Show 2:00—2-3 General Hospital 4-12 Secret Storm 5 -6 Another World 6:30- -2 News 3 Cactus Pete -2-3 Mod Squad 4-12 Lancer 5-6 Jerry Lewis 11 Truth or Consequences 7:00—11 Of Lands and Seas X:30-2-3 It Takes a Thief 4-12 Red Skelfjn 5-6 Juiia 8-.00—5-6 First luesday 11 Steve Allen 8:30-2-3 NYPD 4-12 Doris Day 9:00-2-3 Tiki's Lifh 4-12 60 Minutes 9:30—11 The Honeymooners 10:00-2-3-4-5-6-12 News I i I'LI ry Mason 10:30—2-o Joi.y Uisncp 4 Movie: "Cloak and Dagger" 5-6 Johnny Carson II Movie: "Girl Hunters" 12 Movie: "The Yoong Stranger" 12:00—2 Movie: "White Fang" 12:30—4 Movie: "The .New Adventure of Tarzan" Bonita Granville Movie Brat Makes Good SOME SIGHT — No need to be puzzled. It's just the head of a Poland Bantam white-crossed blue with comb and wattles. It won a prize at London poultry show. NEWS BRIEF TV Review By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) - Some c->M actors are ruined for life by the precocious demands their cureers make upon them before they reach maturity. *?ut that didn't happen to Bo- niiu Granville, the movie brat who film audiences a generation ago loved to hate. Today she is happily married !o Jack Wrather, millionaire rancher, oilman and entertainment entrepreneur, and keeps her hand in show business by working as assistant producer on his CBS television show, "Lassie." Bqnita, born in New York City, is the daughter of the late Bernard Granville, a Ziegfeld Follies star, and Rosina Timpo- ni Granville, also a well known fciage performer. "My father was one of the .Mrst Broadway musical stars to earn $5,000 a week," she recalled. Her own acting career started at the age of 7 when she went to Hollywood in 1931 and almost immediately was signed to appear in "Westward Passage," starring Ann Haring and a then obscure young British actor, Laurence Olivier. One of the early highlights of her career was "These Three," in which she played a hatefhl brat so successfully that for a few years she was saddled with a series of such unsympathetic r->les. As she graduated, however, from child star to ingenue to dramatic actress she was given more ingratiating roles in such films as "The Plough and the Slar,Ah, Wilderness," "Calvacade." and "H.M. Pul- b.om, Esq." Altogether she appeared in 55 films. Educated largely within studio walls she was raised strictly by her mother—her father (iit'd when she was 13—and nev- ; r had a date until she was 17. "The work left me with no sears that I know of now," she i.a:d, smiling. "Maybe they'll creep up on me later. , "I was barely 16 when I graduated from high school and wanted to go to Stanford University, but I decide I simply couldn't afford to. The films were too lucrative. I wasn't a big star in those days, in the sense that Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland were, but I was making .$1,000 a week on a 40 wsLk contract." 'When I met you in 1946/" broke in her husband, "you were making $10,000 every three vpeks." They met on a blind date and he proposed 10 days later, but she kept Wrather waitipg 10 accepting months before proposal. his NEWS BRIEF ALLENTOWN, Pa. (AP) ~John H. Newhard is retiring ap manager-treasurer of Allege town's Greenwood Cemetery frig health seasons. & Newhard, who is 102, frowns on those who retire at 65 and says, "I can't see it myseW. Thoy're a little too lazy." Hp has worked at Greenwood without a vacation for the past 41 years. • \ f- NEW YORK (AP) - Mrs. Ardven are back in New York ail- is'.otle Onassis and tier two chil- ctr spending the Christmas and Nv-w Year holidays on Onassis' island, Skorpios, and his yacht off the Greek coast. The widow of President John F. Kennedy and the children, Caroline, 11, and John, 8, returned Sunday night aboard a regular flight of Olympic Airways. Oncssis, a Greek shipping magnate, owns the airline. He did not accompany (hem. The children are due back in school here next week. New Tony Series Makes Slow Start Railroad Payroll Checks In Holdup EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. (AP)A Baltimore & Ohio Railroad spokesman said today the estimated $100,000 payroll for the tympany's East St. Louis terminal may have been in a mail shipment hijacked New Year's L'vc. About 20 bags of mail were liken by a gang that stopped a nr.nil truck and abducted the duver while he was making a iti 'jtine delivery to a branch post office in East St. Louis. The railroad representatvie .said St. Louis employes of the company received their pay checks Tuesday and other points received checks Thursday morning. ' We're just guessing, of cmrse, but it seems likely our tliecks were in one of the j sacks," the company representative said. Postal Inspector Herbert Clifton said it appeared the checks were in the mail shipment, but be said he could think of no way anyone could know the payroll would arrive in that particular hatch of mail. The railroad headquarters in Baltimore instructed its bank to ott'p payment on the missing checks. Duplicates were made up Thursday night and mailed Sj.ecial delivery to East St. Louis. About 280 employes work out of the East St. Louis terminal. TIMELY QUOTE When you stood apart and isolated, you wore 1 popular and courted. Now that you have rightly taken the lead in the protection of peace and freedom, you are suspect. Pay no attention to the symptoms of human frailty. Although they are new to you, they are as old as mankind. —Harold MacMillan, former British prime minister, on America's role in world affairs. QUALITY FOOD COST LESS AT YOUR WINTER GARDEN—FROZEN FRENCH FRIES 10 9-Oz. Boxes By CYNTHIA LOWRY XT' Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP) -- Charm is an elusive quality that practv cally defies commercial packaging. Therein lies NBC's big I problem with its new series, | "My Friend Tony." I The program, which had its ; premier Sunday night, started off as a routine crime detection series—and precious short: or. detection at that—designed to showcase the appeal of a young Italian act.u\ Enzo Cerusico. Cerusico is indeed a charming young man with a nice smile, a gentle manner and an interesting accent, but that: is hardly enough on which to construct a weekly action series. Janv.'s Whitmore plays a professor ot criminology with a y-'Ung partner—the charming Cerusico—who together take on outside jobs. In the premier =ihow 1hcy were having ti'ouble -.villi the police commissioner, aiding to do anything to eliminate a syndicate boss. The story moved' lightly into the romance department—there •vas a pretty blonde around— I and included a bit of gunsling- ing and even a body in a car trunk. It wound up with the police commissioner in the final scene revealing himself to be an insane fanatic, a pretty tired device. Through it all, Tony, our hero, never lost his cool, that winning smile or his apologetic way with die English language. Whitmore, an excellent actor, has the thankless role of the senior, the man with the scientific mind and the one whose practical attitudes are designed to contrast sharply with the intuitive and emotional operations of Tony. The now series has been placed in one of NBC's weaker positions, and, if its first show is a sample of things to come, probably won't make much of a dent in the competition. FRESH LEAN GROUND Mon., Tues. & Wed. We Reserve The Right To Limit Limit 5 Lbs. Please LB. Show Boat —- Prepared SPAGHETTI 300 Size Cans 9' Jack Spratt CATSUP 14-Oz. Bottle U.S. NO. 1 FRESH GREEN LB. THIS WEEKS 'TREASURE CHEST' IS WORTH $300.00 m Most interesting television of the weekend, far and away, was NBC's dramatic special Friday night, "The Male "of the Species." which carried one girl through some difficult experi- or.oes with three men in her life. The girl was played with spirit and wit by a young English Actress, Anna Calder-Marshall. Ir the first act she suffered biiter disillusionment from h.?r father,' Scan Connevy, a widower- in a wahus moustache who had an eye [or the ladies. He WHS, she finally realized, an in- con igihle and compulsive liar. In the second act she encountered a merry young man who loved-'em and left 'em, and on whom she sought tc avenge her disappointment about her philandering . father. The young man was effectively played by Michael Oaine. Then there was her third-act encounter, in which she fell madly in love with an older ma.n, beautifully played by Paul Scofield after their affair, he turned away coldly, leaving only a curt note. • There was an epilogue of sorts when,--wiser and more tolerant, sly.; retraced her steps back to number t\yo.'. ; . • The original- drama was written by Altin Owen, and was prod-iced in England. Sir Laurence Olivier 'was around to introduce <>aeh -Ret, to philosophize and apologize lightly for the ways of a man with a maid. It was a thoroughly civilized and delightful 90 m'nutes. 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