OTTAWA HERALD Television Log P.V.T Four Saturday, November 11, 1981 Channel 4, NBC Channel 5-13, CBS Channel 9. ABC Editorials On Doing Nothing A citizens committee has been formed in Ottawa. It has adopted a high-sounding charter which includes its dedication to efficient, honest government and its promise to root out graft and corruption if and where they might exist. Frankly, we applaud the formation of such a group. Certainly, a citizens group which takes an honest interest in the function of government on local levels is an asset to any community. Too, we'll agree that it can become a gathering point for those who have an axe to grind, for the disgruntled, the fired or defeated, and the hell-raisers in general. There are a number of citizens in any community, businessmen and women who sit in soft chairs behind large desks and bemoan what is going on in govern- Saturday ment. They speak privately, to friends, raid are quick to shy away from public utterances for fear "it might be bad for business." A citizens committee can be a shield for these persons, too. If enough participate in it, such a group can become a power in any community. In a sense, it becomes a political party. This country has thrived on the 2-party system. Yet, in many communities such as this, the 2-party system doesn't exist. A citizens committee also can stimulate interest in local questions. Certainly this is needed. The greatest danger that exists in America today is public indifference. The British statesman, Edmund Burke, once said that "if enough good men do nothing, evil will win." This And That by jph A Nice Fellow, The Prince KUALA LUMPUR — There has been an independent Federation of Malaya for only 38 months. At its head is the Paramount Ruler who is not paramount at all. He is probably the only elected king on earth, having been chosen by his 12 fellow Sultans, of the old princely states that make up the Federation, to serve for a fixed term. His position is roughtly equivalent to that of England's Queen. Malaya has borrowed Britain's democratic system intact, with the regular election of members of a two-chamber parliament from which a cabinet is chosen to govern the country. In a political sense. conseuqenlly, the paramount ruler is the Prime Minister, Tengku Abdul Rahman. Tengku in Malayan means Prince. Princes here are, if not a dime, at least no more than 17 cents a dozen. They are as commonplace as Italian Counts or Kentucky Colonels. So Adbdul Rahman is known everywhere as THE Tengku. The term is one of both affection and admiration. On top of that, he is a very nice guy. Late 50s, medium height, crisp mustache, coffee- bean brown, a manner that is relaxed but not completely, he is sort of an old-shoe type. Of excellent leather and fine cut, however, and with a gentlemanly polish. .^ .•-. v j v , ; We know, from having broken bread with him. Well, not bread exactly, but rice cakes, melon balls, and barbecued bites of lamb and fish served on wooden skewers. He had all of the editors, who have been here picking one another's brains, out for a buffet supper. His official residence naturally is on a low hill overlooking the city, surrounded by extensive To Your Good Health JPH gardens and guards. The upper floor must contain half a dozen bedrooms where his family was tucked away. The lower one is largely open like a pavilion, with only bamboo blinds that can be rolled down to keep out the sun's glare or hard rain. It comprises, tliis ground floor, a dining room and four parlors, three small and one spacious. All are crowded with elaborate furniture, which has a seldom-sat-upon look, and with boys in white uniforms passing around cigarettes, hors d'oeuvres and drinks. The large parlor looks out on a postage stamp lawn, centered by a fountain in which streams play on a large golden ball, and lined with pots containing the Teng- ku's collection of cacti. The parlors are heavily decorated with elephant tusks, ceremonial swords, large dolls dressed in medieval Japanese armor, Philippine wood carvings, silver plaques, inscribed boxes, autographed photographs of people like Prince Philip and President Eisnhower, and still more elephant tusks. Whatever may have been given him as an official gift, it's there. The Tengku was a gracious if not quite genial host. He impressed one as a man who fully used but did not abuse his power and did not find his duties taxing because he knew how to select capable subordinates to do his worrying for him. He freely answered questions. About Communism he is unworried, although perhaps he should not be. He believes the Malasia plan, in which both Singapore and three provinces of Borneo will be added to the Federation, will go through in a relatively short time. He sees no reason why the British should make an issue of their naval base at Singapore because the Japanese had shown 20 years ago that in a test the base was of no military use. At 8:58, since the invitation had been from seven to nine, we all conveyed our respects and thanks and went home. 1:00 4—High School Ball 6^-StUdio Five, 9-13—College Klckoff 1 ill! n-13—Football I:3U 4—High School Ball o—atudio Five. 8-13—Football 2:00 4—High School Football 6—-S)Uiil:o Flv* . . 9—Football 8:30 4—High School Football 6—Studio Five 9—Football 13—Football 3MHI 4—TV Teen Hop 6—Championship Bowling 13—Football 3:»U 4—Insight G—Bowling 4:00 4—Wrestling 5—Twentieth Century 9-13—College Football 4:15 9-13—Scoreboard 4:3» 4—Mr. Magoo E—Oamo of the Week 9—Manhunt 13—Game of the Week • :00 4—Bullwlnkle 6—Game of the Week 9—Mattys Funday Funnies 13—Football 1:30 4—Jeff's Collie 5—Mlater Ed. 9—Cimarron City 13—Your Question Plea.se 13—News-Weather 6:OC 4—News 6—News!) Weather 9—Clmarron City 13—Sportsman's Friend 5—Sport* with Hnniiri Mack 9-13—Football Scoreboard 6:'!5 4—Comment 6:30 4—Wells Fargo 6-13—Perry Mnson (—Roaring 20's 7:00 4—Wells Fargo 5-13 -Perry Mason 9—Roaring 20's 7:30 4—Shannon 5-13—Defenders 9—Leave It To Beaver 8:li« 4—Movie, "Halls of Montezuma" 5-13—Defenders 9—Lawrence Welk 8:311 4—Movie 5-13— Have Gun Will Travel 9—Lawrence Welk t:00 4—Movie Spectacular 6-13— Gunsmoke 9—Boxing 4—Movie Spectacular 6-13—Gunsmoke 9—Boxing 9:45 9—Make that Spar,, 10:00 4—News and Weather 5-13—News - Weather 9—Straightaway 10:15 4—News-Weather 5—Movie, "Ten Tall Men" 10::<u 4—Movie, "I Was a Male War Bride" 5—Movie, 9—Movie, "Casablanca" 13—Bonanza 4—.Movie 5—Movie 9—Movie 13—Bonanza 1:30 4—Movie 5—Million Dollar Movi* 9—Movie 13—News 11:3S 13—20th C. Theater, "The Man in the Trunk" 13:00 -Wrestling B—Million Dollar Movie 9—Big Show, 5—Late Show, "Island of La:>t Souls" 9— Follow The Bun 7:«d 4— Walt Disney :j-i;; .M| Sullivan 9 — Follow The Sun 7:«6 • 4— Car 64 &-13-EU Sullivan 6— The 1:00 4 — Bonanza 6.13— G.E. Theater 9— Bus Stop 1:30 4 — Bonanea 6-13— Jack Benny 9— Bus Stop tioo 4— DuPont Show* 5-13— Candid Camera •—Adventures In Paradise • :30 . 4 — DuPont Show 3-13— What's My tine? B— Adventures It Paradise 10:00 4— News, weather B— News, Weather 9— Way of Thlnkini ,'3— News 10 1» 4— Movie Spectacular, "Viva Zapata" 5— Twilight Zone 13— New» 10:35 13— Weather 10:3* 4— Movie Spectacular 5— News 9 — Open End 13— Father Knows Best 10:45 6— Five Star Theater, "Tale of Cities" ll:M 4— Movlt Spectacular G— Kive Star Theater 9 — Open End 13— News 11 :05 13— Movie, "High Tension" 11:3* 4 — Movie Spectacular 6— Five-Star Theatre) 9 — Open End 12:30 9— Dally Word Two Meat Is Protein Source By DR. JOSEPH G. MOLNER "Dear Dr. Molner: A friend of mine claims there is no food value in meat if it is well done, especially hamburger. If it isn't rare inside, she says, there is no point in eating it.—Mrs. A.S." My, oh my! Where do these notions come from? Meat is highly nutri- t i o u s and a most reli-' able source of complete protein. It also gives us minerals and Vitamin B. The amount of fat governs, to a large de% r e e, its calories. Cooking doesn't destroy its most useful contents although it may melt | off some of the fat. Cooking is primarily a matter of taste, although most meat should be Dr. Atolnct reasonably well-cooked to destroy tapeworm (if present) and trichina (in pork and possibly some game animals.) "Dear Dr. Molner: What is the most effective way of determining the day of ovulation? Is it possible to go six years without hitting the right day to conceive? Are there any physical signs I should look for, around that time?—Mrs. C.F." Ovulation — which is the time at which the egg can be fertilized — is around mid-cycle, generally from the 12 to 16th day following the beginning of the last period in women having a 28 or 30 day cycle. Sometimes women experience a sharp pain associated with rupture of the follicle which releases the ovum, or egg. But a great many do not. Other than that, and as a matter of fact an accepted method of determining the exact time, is to take rectal temperature each morning. There is a rise of about one degree at the time of ovu- latiun. (But you must beware of being misled by a cold, or being tired after a night of partying, or any such thing that can raise the temperature mildly.) Yes, it's possible to miss the exact time of uvulation, but after some years of missing, it's a pretty good idea to have the husband, as well as the wife, checked for some flaw, perhaps minor and easily corrected, that is preventing pregnancy. "Dear Dr. Molner: Your article on cataract surgery met my immediate need, and I plan to have surgery next month. My problem is that I do not want to stay in the hospital more than four or five days. My surgeon seems to think I sou rushing things.—H.C.II." But if staying a few days longer gives the eye a better chance to heal throughly, and reduce: the risk of damaging the newly-treated eye, don'l you think it's worth the time? Believe me, especially with all the discussion about the cost oi excessive hospital stays, your doctor isn't acting without good reason. He wants you out ol the hospital as soon as possible — within the limits of safety. Safety for you, that is. NOTE TO MRS. A.R.; Yes, in some circum stances "flat globules," an excess of fats, accU' mulate in the blood. This includes cholesterol, as well as other fatty substances. It should be treat ed when discovered. Dr. Molner is happy to receive readers' ques tions, and whenever possible uses them in hii column. However, due to the great volume oi niL.il received daily, Dr. Molner regrets he can not answer letters individually. Aulcl Lang Syiie 25 YEARS A(1O Mrs. E. M. Angell and Mrs. Arthur Barnet went to Pittsburg on business. Attorneys Homer Kint and Basil Kelsey spen the day in Kansas City transacting business. Francis Kenunerer, Claude Ballew, R. Reeve and Ed Green went to Los Angeles in search o employment. 50 YEARS AGO N. M. Easdale moved from 811 N. Main t 807 N. Cedar. The cement bridge over Skunk Run near 5tl and Cedar was completed. Dr. J. E. Youngberg who has gone to Exceliso Springs, Mo., for the benefit os his health, was reported as much improved. Prayer For Today They shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into prunninghooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more. (Isaiah 2:4.) PRAYER: Our father, may we seek to know Thee, through Clirist, that we may become a power which shall aid in drawing all men to know our Lord. Help us to make our Master's mission the highest purpose of our living. For His sake. Amen. Monday Sunday S—Light Tim* 13—Oral Roberts 8:15 5—Dave; * Goliath 8:30 4—Scared Heart 5— Christophers 13—Industry on Farad* 6:45 4—Chriatopers 13—Christian Selene* t:M 4 — luuustry on Parade 5-13—Lamp Unto My Feet • :lS 4 —American* at Work • :30 4—Thi* (• th* Anflwer 5-13—Look Up And LiT* 9— Directions 3 10:00 4—Catholic Hour 5-13—Camera Three 8—Womens League Bowling 10:25 6-13— News 10:30 4— Faith tot Today 5—Liberty Memorial B—Wonderama 13—ThU Is the Lift 10:45 5—Special Torch of History 10:55 13—News 11:00 4—This Is Th* Lit* 5—Profile 8—Wonderama 13—First Methodist Church 11:30 4—Builders Showcase 5—Washington Converstalon 1—Metropolitan Movie, "Great American Broadcast" 13:00 4—Bowling S—Inquiry 9—Movie 13—Washington Conversation 12:15 5—NFL Highlight !•!:«(• 13—Learn to Draw 13:15 6-13—Football Kiokoff 1:00 4—Pro Football 5-13—Pro Football 9—Movie, "Wallflower" 1:13 5-13—Football Kickoff 8—Theater Nine, "The Return" 1:30 5-13—Pro Ball 3: on 9—Adlal Stevenson 2:30 5—NFL Scoreboard 9—Fro Football J:45 9—Pro Scoreboard 3:00 4—Football 9—Football 13—Football 3:30 4—Football 5—Football 9-Pro Football 13-Football 8:50 4—Community Bulletin Board 4: (Ml 4—Lets Get Outdoors B—Movie, "Ten Tall Men" 8—Pro Football 13—Amateur Hour 4:30 4—Chet Huntley 5—Million Dollar Movie, "Ten Men" 13—G.E, College Bowl «;uo 4—Meet Til* Press 5—Movie 8—Football 13—Twentieth Century 5:13 9—Pro Scoreboard »:30 4—Best of th* Post 5—Movie 8— Maverick 13—Mister Ed •:M 4—News 6-13—Lassie B—Football f:l5 9— Pro Scoreboard • :30 4—Wall Disney's Wiv-lrt •VIS—^ Deamt Ul* JJenac* «:0fl 4—Continental Classrooa "a—Light Tim* 6:30 13—College of the Air 6:40 5—Davey and Goliath 5—Farm Fact* 7:M 4—Today 5—College of the Air 13— Rush Hour 7:15 9—Good Morning World 7:30 4—Today 8—Moment of Meditation 9—Search for America 13—Rush Hour 5—Cartoonland 4—Today 5-13—Captain Range roo 9—Cartoons «:30 4—Today 5-13—Captain Kangaroo 9—Whlzzo'i Wonderland t:W •i—Say When S—Jack La Lann* 9—Romper Room 13—Calendar 6:30 4—Play Vour Huncfe 5-13—1 Love Lucy 9—Movie, "Shady Lady" 4—Trie Price Is Rlgm 5-13—Video Village '.<- Movie 10:30 4—Concentration 5-1C—Surprise package 9—Movie '»—.N'ew* 11 MIO 4—Truth or Conseuqence* 5-13—Love of Life 9—Texan 11:30 4—It Could Be You 5-13—Search for Tomorrow 9—Love That Bob 11:43 5-13—Guiding Light 11:55 4—New* 12:00 MOOB 4—High Noon Cartoons 5-13—News 9—Camoulfage 12:05 5—News, Weather 13—New* 13:10 13—Markets £ Weather 15:70 4—News * Market* 13: SO 4Accent 5—As The World Turns •—Make A Fac* 1:00 4—Jan Murray 6-13—Password 9—Day In Court 9—News 1:30 4—Loretta Younic 6-13—House Party 9—TOPPER J:00 4Young Dr. Malon* 5-13—Millionaire 9—Number Piefs* 4—Award Theater 5-13—Verdict li Yours •—Seven Key* 8:55 5-13—New* S:00 4Make Room For DadclT 5-13—Brighter Day 9—Queen For A Day S:15 5-13—Secret Storm 4—Here Hollywood 6-13—Edge of Might 9—Who Do You Trust 3:55 4—New* 4:00 4—Kukla aiid Ollie 5—Early Show, "Little Miss Thoroughbred" I—American Bandstand 13—New* 4:05 4—Mr. Magoo 4—Picture of the D Magic." 13—News 4:15 4-3o~ Kracko ' s Komed y 'Hub 6—Early Show 4—Picture ot The Day 4. -45 Tall * nd Frlent " 4— Plctur* of us* Oa» *-Early Show T •— Popeye 13— Yogi Bear 6:30 4— Highway Patr«l 5— Three Stooges ,9-Yogi Bear 13— Dr. Ichabod <>•» Nel»oe wlu> fl » rol<l ~ 0<)rd01 ' .*— Man from Coohiae g U-New» - Don HarrUc* 4-8port« - Monte MUOM 6— Weather— Bill Yearout It .15 4— Huntley-Brlnkley Report 5-13— Douglas Edwards and News «:3o 4 — Groucho 6— To Tell the Truth f— Ch«yenn* 13— To Tell th* Truth 4— Montavanl 8-13— Pete and Glady* 9— Cheyenne 1:30 4— Price la Right 4-13— Window on Main Bt. 9— Rifleman V:00 4 — 87th Precinct 5-13— Dauny Kay* 9— Surfsld* Six 8:30 4— 87th Precinct 5-13 — Special »-SurIsld« Six 9:00 4— Thriller 5-13— Hennesey •—BCD Casey GRAND MANNER — Jimmy and Gloria Stewart try out a tandem bicycle in an auctiua room on Jack Benny program, 8:30 p.m. tomorrow. Channels 5 and 13. Saturday-Sunday TV Hihlihts There's a big snowstorm and some people are stranded in Grace's diner. The show features Jfwpeh Cotton and Tuesday Weld, or Channels 3-13 — "Star Witness," a drama, featuring Lloyd Bridges and Barbara Stanwyck. | A rancher likes to have fun, but 1 his wife is just a bit narrow 8:30 Channels 5-13 — "Jack Benny." Saturday Evening 6:30 Channels 5-13 — "Perry Ma- j minded about such goings on, or j Actor James Stewart and wife, son." This program presents. r|iannp , „ _ ,. R , lvint , „ Tnn J Gloria, arc guests. "The Case of the Posthumous I Painter." This painter, see, has it all figured out that if people think he is dead his paintings will be worth a lot more money, so he decides on a plan to pretend he is dead, or Channel 9 — "Boxing." Tony Alongi and George Logan will cuff each other around for 10 rounds or less. They are heavyweights. Late movies include: "Ten Tall .Men," 1951, Burt Lancaster, Channel 5, 10:15. Channel 9 — "Roaring 20s." Title is "Everybody Loves Benny." Benny is pretty sure his former associates plan to kill him., Benny is a racketeer, and of. m V fids some new pets. I Sunday Evening ;6:00 i Channels 5-115 — "Lassie. 1 |9:00 ; Channel 9 — "Adventures In : Paradise." An uncle is missing I and a niece is trying to find him, ' or i ', Channels 3-13 — "Candid Cami era." Allen Funt appears as a school teacher, or Tim- course racketeers sometimes get , into messes of that kind, or j 6:30 Chancls 5-13 — Channel 4 — "The wonderful World of Toys." This should be quite a show. Hosting the program are Harpo Marx and Carol "Dennis the Burnett. Channel 4 — "Wells Fargo." ' M ? nac . e ;" A dril 8K ist » ff crs a con- ;9:30 Once a good friend of Jim Har- siderable amount of merchan- [ dy, Jeremiah Logart is now on dise frce lo his 30 ' 000th <-' ust()m the other side of the law. er ' or 7:30 Channels A woman is suspected of killing Channel 9 — "Follow the Channels 5-13 - "What's My Line?" Ray Bolger is a guest panelist. Late movies include: "A Tale of Two Cities," 1935, Ronald Col- 5-13 - "Defenders." j S " n -" Title is 'P e Hunters." It I man channe f 5 1(J .' 45 her husband. You see they quite a lot of quarreling, or did takes place in Africa, or Channel 4 — "Walt Disney's! World." This is the first of two! the s Channel 4 - "Shannon." This j P art « of th <; ( storv - " Thc Li S ht In about "The Embezzler's | thc Forest." Daughter," or Channel 9 — Beaver." •7:00 "Leave It To ! CJianncls &- 13 — "Ed Sullivan." 8:00 Channel 9 — "Lawrence Welk." The program is devoted to melodies of World War I period in observance of Veterans Day, or Channel 4 — Movie, "Halls of Montezuma," 1951, with Richard Widmark, Jack Falance and Richard Boone. 8:30 Channels 5-13 — "Have Gun- Will Travel." A piano is stolen. i A big lot of talent, including the ; Ames Brothers, Pearl Bailey and others. 9:00 Channels 5-13 — "Gunsmoke." 9:30 5—Sportsman's friend 9—Ben Casey 13—I've Got A Secret 10:00 4-5-9-13—Newa 9—News 10:10 4-5—Weather 9—Weather 10:15 4—Jack Paar 5—I've Got A Secret 9—Peter Gunn 13—Weather 10:20 13—Sports 10:30 4—Jack Panr 5—I've Got A Scret 9—Peter Gunn 13—Mrs. G. Goes To College 10:45 5—Five Star Theater, "Rangers of Fortune" 9—Big Show, "The Iron Sheriff" 5—Life of Rlley U:UU 4—Jack Paar 5—Five Star Theater 9—Big Show 13—New Breed 11:30 4—Jack Paar 5—Five Star Theater 9—Big Show 13—Movletime, U.S.A. 13:00 4—Reporter's Scratch Pad 9—Dally Word 12:40 5—Late Movie, "Little Miss Thoroughbred" 7:30 Channel 4 "Car 54." There's a Gypsy woman named Lupesko. A fellow named Kramer says this Gypsy gypped him, or Channel 9 — "Lawman." A nortorious killer named King Harris escapes from a territorial prison. 8:00 Channel 4 — "Bonanza." A chain-gang prisoner, by quick thinking, saves Little Joe from being killed, or Channel See Whoopers NEWTON (AP)-Three Newton men reported seeing three whooping cranes at the east edge of Newton Wednesday. Frank Spangler, a city fireman, and Buford Dillon and Fawn Manring, gas company employes, said they identified the cranes, which were circling a wheat field, from their markings and size. 9 — Bus Stop. Ottawa Herald IOC-108 8. Main Published dally except Sunday an* Holidays. Second class postage at Ottawa, Kansas. Robert B. Wellington Editor And Publisher Subscription rates to trade area—B? mail, one month .85; three month*, f-; six months, 13.75; one year. fT. Subscription rates outside trad* area —By mall, one month. 11.50: tire* months $4.25: six months. $8.00; on* year. $15.00. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press I* entitled exclusively to the use for publication of all the local news printed In the new*, paper u wall ft* all AP new* 41*patch. CBS Report Like Dose Of Medicine By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP TV-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP) - "CBS Reports" Thursday night shed some needed light on the confused subject of protection against nuclear fallout in the event of an enemy strike. The hour-long show, narrated by Howard K. Smith, raised many questions — some unanswerable— and exposed conflicting viewpoints on handling the problem. Smith made two things clear, however. The only adequate pro- KOFO Schedule MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 6:59 Sign On 7:00 Top of the Morning 7:30 News 7:40 Weather Forecasts 7:45 Agricultural Markets 7:50 Top of t'.i-s .dornmp: 8:UO At Home with Virginia Gralui:n 8:09 Top of tbe MorninK 8:30 News 8:40 Top of the Morning 6:00 MormiK Devotions 9:15 KOFO Serenade 9:30 News and We'uther 0:35 KOFO Serenade 10:00 Mary Elaine Time 10:15 KOFO Serenade 1U:30 Nuws and Weather 10:35 KOFO Serenade 11:00 Bulletin Board 11:05 Around Town 11:30 News and Weather 11:35 KOFO Serenade 13:00 People'! Exchange 12:10 Noon Tune 12:15 Farm Show 12:25 Noon Tune 12:30 News 12:40 Noon Tune 12:45 Noontime Weathervan* 12:50 Noon Tune Time 1:00 Qarnett Hour 2:OVl KOFO Karavan 3:30 News and Weather 3:35 KOFO Karavan 3:45 Homemaklng Memos 2:50 KOFO Karavan 3:00 V.I.P. Show 3:05 KOFO Karavan 3:16 Service Program 3:3(1 News and Weather 3:35 KOFO Karavan 4:00 Bulletin Board 4:05 KOFO Karavaii 4:30 News and Weather 4:J5 KOFO Karavan a:00 News, Sports, Weather i.15 Sign Off lection from fallout is in shelters, and the shelter program, whether privately or publicly financed, must be supervised and controlled by the federal government if it is to be effective. It was a grim program about an unpleasant subject. But like a dose of medicine for a sick person, it was one which every adult American should have absorbed. Looks as if perhaps Steve Allen, after a slow start, is finally hitting a winning stride in his ABC show. His Wednesday night outing was bright and funny—particularly his good natured spoof Mitch Miller. CBS 1 "Checkmate," despite its fairly early-hour spot in the schedule, is going in for some pretty adult themes and words—this week's show was full of forthright references to "an affair" and "a lover." Garry Moore and Carol Burnett will be guest stars on CBS' new, amusing "Password." NBC has "A Fire Called Jeremiah," a show about a forest fire, scheduled Dec. 3—rather timely after the disastrous blazes in Los Angeles this week.
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