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Louisville, Kentucky
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Friday, June 19, 1970
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B 2 THE COURIER-JOURNAL, LOUISVILLE, KY. FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1970 Today's Television Programs WAVE-TV 3 WHAS-TV 11 WLKY-TV :45 Today In Leuisville 7-f Today t:30 Summer Semester 7:03 CBS Mornirm Newl 1:00 Capi. Kangaroo 7: M Cartoons :O0 omper Room :30 Real McCoys (rerun) 9 Mornini Show :5S Newl TBarV It Tht Edge of Night Jeck(Lalanne Galloping Gourmat 10 It Takes Two 10:15 NBC News Concentration The Lucy Show " (rerun) Beverly Hillbillies " (rerun) He Said, She Said Best of Everything ii 12 Sale of Century Hollywood Square! Andy Griffith Show ' (rerun) Love of Live Bewitched (rerun) That Girl (rerun) Jeopardy u Who, What, Where 12:51 NBC News Where the Heart Is 12:25 CBS News Search for Tomorrow Eyewitness News A World Apart 1 Mike Deuslas Shew Channel 11 News n As the World Turns All My Children , Let's Make Deal ; ; ' lovliYitlt jf?) fcj) McVeiwci ' U -"tl)ial)ethtov,nr QpLtx'mgtan , ; Bowling Gnw Somertti " ' '- f.'f -'' ' ' ' 1 dCV Kentucky Edqeqtiprtetl Television - jj , ', . ;' .WKPC Channl J$, Uvlsvlila ' Public Television 2 Days 01 Lives The Doctors Love is a Many Splendored Thins Guidint Light The Newlywed Game The Datini Game WKPC-TV 15 KET Network 3 Another World riiht Promise The Secret Storm Beat the Clock General Hospital Hazel (rerun) Milterooerl' Neighborhood No Broadcast 4 Channel I Movies Gomer Pyle-USMC " (rerun) Parry Mason (rerun) Dark Shadows Batman (rerun) Friendly Giant Tome for John Whet's New 5 Channel i Movies The Flintitones " (rerun) Perry Mason (rerun) Dick Van Dyke " (rerun) I Love Lucy (rerun) Eyewitness News Sesame Street 6 Weather) News Bews; Sports BC News Channel 11 News Hour Six O'clock Movie Roadlni Rocket Mlsteroior'l Neighborhood 7 Old Nashville Music The Hiih Chaparral " (rerun) CBSJJews Gat Smart (rerun) 8 The High Chaparral The Name of the Game " (rerun) Tim Conway Show Honan's Heroes (rerun) Six Jj'Clock Movie Friday Night Movit Deslree "Friday Night Movie What's New it Discover Flying William F. Buckley Jr. 9 The Name of the Game CBS Friday Movie Mister Buddwing Friday Night Movie Love, American Style " (rerun) Classic Collection Macbeth 10 Bracken's World " (rerun) CBS Friday Movie Love, American Style U.S. Open Golf Championship Classic Collection Sign OH 10:30 P.M. 11 WAVE News Report The Tonight Show 1 A.M. Hitchcock Channel 11 News The Late Show Eyewitness News Film Festival Today's Highlights on TV 7:00 NBC-3: Today The first women generals General Elizabeth P. Hoisington of the U.S. Army Nurse Corps, and General Anna Mae Hays of the WACS, will be interviewed during the 7:30 segment. 9:00 Channel 3: The Morning Show , Mrs. Dean Pringle discusses natural childbirth and half of the Miss Kentucky contestants are shown. 1:00 Channel 3: The Mike Douglas Show Actress Judy Came and Mayor Charles Evers of Fayette, Miss. 7:30 NBC-3: High Chaparral Manolito loses the money to buy a cattle herd and his girlfriend to bandits. 7:30 Channel 15: Discover Flying: Just Like a Bird George Rhodes discusses careers in aviation in the first rerun of a series designed to provide an introduction to airplane - piloting. 8:00 CBS-11: The Tim Conway Show Spud and Herbert set up a restaurant in the Lucky Linda to win the business of a gourmet club. 8:00 Channel 15: Firing Line With William F. Buckley A discussion of education in the South with Governor John McKelthen of Louisiana. 8:30 NBC-3: Name of the Game , Glenn Howard hears rumors that a politician his magazines have endorsed is a front for a crime syndicate. 9:30 ABC-32: Love, American Style A woman persuades her husband to restage their first meeting in a singles bar in "Love and the Pickup," a man hires an actress to pose as his wife to get out of an engagement in "Love and the Proposal," and a couple go for pre-marriage counseling in "Love and the Fighting Couple." 10:00 NBC-3: Bracken's World Diane Waring falls in love with a gangster, bringing trouble and tragedy to Century Pictures. Dorothy Lamour and Patricia Harty Love, American Style, ABC-32 at 10 p.m. 10:30 ABC-32: U.S. Open Golf Championship Highlights 4f the first two rounds from the Hazeltine National Golf Club, Chaska, Minnesota. 11:30 NBC-3: The Tonight Show Peter Lawford is host to Mama Cass Elliott, Lee Berry and Pat Henry. 11:30 ABC-32: The Dick Cavett Show Actress Alice Playten, Jerry Lewis and author Michael Crighton. 1 a.m. Alfred Hitchcock Presents A woman afraid of her husband's new hired hand makes a decision which rids her of both men. Today's Movies on TV 4:00 Channel 3: Molly Bee, Ben Cooper and Edgar Buchanan in "Chartroose Caboose," 1960, color A retired railroad conductor takes in an eloping couple. 6:00 Channel 32: Mercedes McCambridge and Linda Gaye Scott in "Run Home Slow," 1965 A family turns into a band of murdering bank robbers to avenge their father's death. 7:30 Channel 32: Marlon Brando and Jean Simmons in "Desi- ree," 1954, color The romance of Napoleon and Josephine. 9:00 CBS-11: James Garner, Jean Simmons and Katharine Ross in "Mister Buddwing," 1966 An amnesia victim searches for his identity. 9:00 Channel 15: Orson Welles and Jeanette Nolan in "Macbeth," 1948 Film adaptation of Shakespeare's drama. 11:30 Channel 11: Tony Britton and John Wittig in "The Last Winter," 1962 In occupied Denmark, villagers are forced to take sides to rescue a British agent. 11:30 Channel 32: Georges Poumouly and Jean-Louis Trintig-nant in "If Every Guy in the World," 1955 A worldwide rescue operation is begun to save the crew of a ship stricken with a strange malady. Radio WTMT 620 ''-M- WSM 650 NBC News Cm! Nashville Hour WLW 700 M hw WLW 'WW NBC News on Cincinnati Hour waky 790 Nttr;r WHAS 840 "ours " OHW CBS News en Hour WFIA 900 ''ft- WAVE 970 NBCNewsonHou' WKLO 1080 "Hours .: ' News at :, :5S WINN 1 240 Ncw n Hur Hours WREY 1290 r NewAlbany Wew' 1411 "WLOU 1350 Vffi WXVW 1450 ABC NewsVnHour Jeffersonville WHEL 1570 e:l5..m,!Up.m. " . News at s30 WFPK-FM 91.9 FM WHAS-FM 97.5 . s,y , "nft'rm a.m.-ll midnight :;r . iAaVi: WKLO-FM 99.7 y&ijft WMPI-FM 100 9 ea.m.-iopm. mn rm IWW.T MBS News on Hour, :30 Scottsburg WLRS-FM 102.3 MBS News :3Q WSTMFM 103.1 S,er,24H"r, ; News at :30 WSAC-FM 1 05 5 S'ro Mus: i .m.-U midnlent JartICnox News on Hour WOXE-FM 106 3 Stereo Music "VaJAE -rm I UO.O a.m.-ll midnight Elliabethtewn News at 7:45 a.m., U noon, S p.m. and iSS WKRX-FM 106.9 ,,,r,,S . i m AlC News ill -y Radio Highlights Baseball: Colonels-Tidewater game re-created from wire reports. WXVW (1450) 7:30 p.m. Baseball: Dodgers-Reds game at Cincinnati. WLW (700), WMPI-FM (100.9), WSAC-FM (105.5) 8 p.m. Nightbeat: The comedy of Fred Allen. WAVE (970) 8:05 p.m. Metz Here: Milt Metz asks listeners: "Whom do you most admire?" WHAS(840) 8:30 p.m. Stereo Concert Hall: Chopin's First Piano Concerto and Beethoven's Missa Solemnis in D. FM-WHAS (97.5) 9 p.m. i Miles Park race with Bud Reeves reporting. WINN (1240) 10 p.m. Millstones in Jazz: Les McCann and Eddie Harris. WLRS-FM (102.3) 10 p.m. Minority Contractor Seminars Scheduled The Louisville and Jefferson County Human Relations Commission will conduct seminars to provide minority group contractors and bidders with information to help them prepare bids on city, county, state and federal projects. The seminars will be at Community Methodist Church, 677 S. 40th, on three consecutive Tuesdays beginning June 30 at 7 p.m. The seminars will include talks by John Koenig, city-county purchasing director; Ed Todd, director of the University of Louisville purchasing department, and representatives of the General Services Administration, the Naval Ordnance Plant and the Army Corps of Engineers. States Righters Expecting 1,000 At Newport Meet The Courier-Journal lluegrass Bureau As many as 1,000 members of the National States Rights Party devoted to white supremacy are expected to gather in Newport, Ky., tomorrow and Sunday for a national convention. The party, which says it has about 500 members in the Covington-Newport area, will conduct its annual meeting at Newport's Grandview Gardens. Among the principal speakers will be J. B. Stoner, a legal adviser to James Earl Ray, convicted of assassinating civil-rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Stoner, a candidate for governor of Georgia, will appear at the opening session beginning at noon tomorrow. Jerry Pope, party organizer in Kentucky, said that the group will adopt programs for the year and select candidates for major offices in several states. He said that the party is a segregationist group that opposes school integration, open housing, and similar programs. Vice President Named For Campbellsville College Special to The Courier-Journal CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. Dr. David L. Jester has been appointed vice president for academic affairs at Campbellsville College here, effective Aug. 1. He has been serving as dean of the School of Basic Studies at Ahmadu Bello University, Saria, Nigeria. Area's 4th Commercial TV Station Expects to Go on the Air This Fall By FRED BALES Courier-Journal ft. Times Staff Writer Channel 41 the long-delayed fourth commercial television station for the Louisville area should be on the air sometime this fall, the station's general manager, Elmer F. Jaspan, said yesterday. Construction of a transmitter building is under way atop a hill in the knobs area of Floyd County and a lease is being drawn up for studios in Louisville. If parts for the 1,000-foot tower are delivered on time, the station will be ready to broadcast by mid to late October, Jaspan said. The studios will be in a converted building covering 6,500 square feet on East Main Street in Louisville, near Bourbon Stock Yard Co. Because of the uncertain air date, no staff has been hired, but several applications already have come in for about 30 jobs that will be available at the station's headquarters, Jaspan said. No Network Affiliation Channel 41, a UHF station with no network affiliation, is owned by Consolidated Broadcasting Co. which has offices in Chillicothe, Mo. The Louisville facility with call letters WDRB will be Consolidated's first operating television station. Jaspan indicated that the viewers' fare will fall heavily on the entertainment side once the channel begins broadcasting. "We plan to go heavy into programming for youngsters in the afternoon and adult entertainment with a feature movie in the evening," he said. Already included in programming plans, are: A local "kiddie personality," who would host an afternoon cartoon show. The station already has purchased 400 cartoons from the old "Huckleberry Hound-Yogi Bear" series, Jaspan said. A local host for the movie series. The company owns 300 feature movie titles and will "double or triple that eventually," the station manager said. Reruns of old network shows. "The Munsters," the old comedy show about monsters, already has been purchased and other previously seen series will be bought later, Jaspan said. Weekend sports contests. The sports menu will depend on available offerings, but Jaspan said that he is interested in a contract' for Purdue University's football and basketball games. Under federal government regulations, Willig Among Appointees To State Education Unit The Courier-Journal Bureau FRANKFORT, Ky. - Gov. Louie B. Nunn yesterday named a Louisville businessman and a Hazard attorney to the state Council on Public Higher Education. W. Armin Willig, of Louisville will succeed William Abell, also of Louisville and Richard Cooper, of Hazard succeeds Tommy Preston, of Cynthiana. The new appointments are for four-year terms. Abell has been chairman of the council for the past two years. A new chairman will be elected at a July 6 meeting scheduled at Murray. The council, composed of nine voting laymen and the presidents of the state colleges and universities who are ex-officio, non-voting members, is charged 'Bug' Threatens Hospital, U of L Budget Shift A bug possibly a $300,000 bug has cropped up in a Louisville budget proposal to shift $750,000 from Louisville General Hospital to the University of Louisville School of Medicine. The $750,000 had been given to General Hospital in previous years to pay salaries of intern and resident physicians. But since the house staff works under the direction of the U of L, it was decided to let the school, rather than the hospital, pay these salaries beginning July 1. Now some authorities doubt that Medicare and Medicaid the Government health insurance programs for the elderly and poor will reimburse the hospital for the medical care of patients qualifying for the programs if the expense of such care is not borne by the hospital. The Louisville-Jefferson County Health Board and U of L officials, including President Woodrow Strickler, discussed the problem for several .hours yesterday morning without coming up with a definite answer. Ruling Is Sought Dr. Hoyt D. Gardner, board chairman, said it is hoped that federal and state ' authorities will agree to reimburse the U of L this coming year as General has been reimbursed in former years for . doctor bills at the hospital. "This reimbursement amounts to about $300,000 a year, and it's too large a sum to be lost in a shuffle," Gardner said. Federal and state authorities will be asked to rule on the problem within the next week, Gardner said. In other business at yesterday's health board meeting, a "general Hospital Building Fund" was established and is open for donations. Dr. Gardner said the fund was made necessary by several recent gifts. These include a $25,000 gift Monday by the Auxiliary of Louisville General Hospital. The money was donated on condition that construction on a new hospital , be started within three years. Another sizable sum is expected from receipts of the first annual Kentucky Thoroughbred Pro-Celebrity Golf Tournament held June 1 at Hurstbourne Country Club. "Some smaller gifts from estates and such are beginning to come in," Gardner by law with coordinating public higher education. Among its specific responsibilities are recommendations on new two- and four-year schools, determination of the state's over-all higher education needs and the review of institutional biennial budget requests. The 57-year-old Willig, who was unsuccessful last November in his race for Jefefrson County judge after serving part of a term in that office by appointment, is chairman of the board of Leisure Industries of Louisville. He is a University of Louisville graduate. Cooper, 44, is a member of the Hazard law firm of Reeves, Barrett, Cooper and Ward. He is a graduate of the University of Kentucky law school. Nunn also made three other appointments yesterday to educational organizations. Hecht Lackey, of Henderson, was reappointed to a four-year term on the advisory board of the Henderson Community College. Morehead State University President Adron Doran and State Rep. Eugene Stuart, R-Louisville, were named to the Southern Regional Education Board. Doran was reappointed to a four-year term while Stuart's appointment expires next June. Stuart succeeds former State Rep. George Greer, of Owensboro. The board hopes to build ' a 400-bed hospital on a site just east of the present General. The cost is currently estimated as between $28 million and $32 million. Drunken Driving Charges 37, of MOO block Noah Drive. Bales, SO, of 4100 block LaSalle Leatton Haves, William Louis pace. Patrick C, Hoessle, 29, of Jeffersonville, Ind, William C. Smith, 21, of 5300 block Devers Ave, Ralph B. Johnson, 42, of 2100 block W. Main. James B. 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Jaspan, who was interviewed on a tour of the 75-acre transmitter site northwest of New Albany, has been making arrangements for getting the station off the ground since April 1. He came to Louisville from Channel CKLN-TV, a Detroit area station with studios in Windsor, Ont., and an affiliation with the Canadian Broadcasting Co. Jaspan's Second Venture This will be Jaspan's second venture into forming a station from the ground up. "We started putting a station together in Milwaukee back in the early days 1953 but at least that one had a tower -on top of a downtown hotel," he said. ' , The tower site in the knobs area was the last major stumbling block for Consolidated President Arlie Howard and four other Chillicothe businessmen, who first sought FCC approval of a station in Louisville in 1965. FCC approval for raising the tower and power came in 1967.. But late last year a mix-up in plans for the tower location delayed site approval by the Floyd County Board of Zoning Appeals. 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