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TIIH COURIER-JOUKNAL. LOUISVILLE, KY. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1971 Today's television programs Channel 41 on the dial WAVE-TV WHAS-TV WLKY-TV 3 11 32 : Today In Louisville 4:30 Sunrise Semester 7:30 Terry I His Plrate$ 7-t Today 7 : ao C B S Morn.ns r-ew a : 00 Hazel . 8j0u Cap). Kangaroo 8:30 Galloping Gourmet ft Mornine Stiow Tru!,h or Consequencei Money Man Movie :55 News " 4 n Dinah's Place Tho Lucy Show Money Man Movie I II , " . " rerun I U Concentration Beverly dlibillies " " (rtrun) : ' n Sale of Century Family Affair Eyewitneii News " (rerun) " Hollywood SqutrM Love of LIf That Girl (rtrun) if) Jeopardy Where tho Heart It Bewitched (rerun) I 1225 CBS Nttws " IL Who, What, WhertT Starch for Tomorrow A World Apart 15:i5 NBC Newt " " 1 Mike Doug tat Show Channel 11 Newt All My Children " II 2 At tht World Turn Let's Make a Deal 1 Qvantan Codington tlncbethtowriZZ CM Lexington r Pikevilk i Kentucky Educational Television, nofwcrh chonneU VVKPr rhnxnl 111- .11 Channel U tigns off at I p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, at 8:30 p.m. Thursday and i p.m. Friday Public television 2 Days of Our Lives The Doctors Lovt It a Many Splendor. Thine Ouidini Light Tht Newlywed Oamt Tht Dating Gam WKPC-TV 15 KET Network 9:00 Channel 3: Morning Show Arte Johnson of "Laugh-In" and Bob Clayton of "Concentration." 3:30 Channel 11: Omelet Dr. Guy Owen, author of "Journey for Joedel," and Rhoda McManus and Mamie Rallins, competitors in the Mason-Dixon Games. 1:00 Channel 3: The Mike Douglas Show Charo, Joe Williams and Brenda Vaccaro with Dick Shawn. 7:00 Channel 15: Firing Line with William F. Buckley Jr. Father Kenneth Baker, former president of Seattle University, and Sister Elizabeth McCormack, president of Man-hattanville College, discuss "Secularization of Catholic Education." Ij y mi, i in i iiimoin "'ii Joseph Leisch Jr. and Richard Basehart They've Killed President Lincoln!, NBC-3 at 7:30 p.m. Today's movies on TV 9 a.'hi. Channel 32: Rita Hayworth, Stewart Granger,, Charles Laughton and Judith Anderson in "Salome," 1953, color The Biblical story of Salome and John the Baptist. 4:00 Channel 3: Joel McCrea, Vera Miles and Lloyd Bridges in "Wichita," 1955, color Wyatt Earp accepts the job as law officer in the wild settlement of Wichita in 1874. 6:00 Channel 32: Susan Hayward and Jeff Chandler in "Thunder in the Sun," 1959, color The story of the Basque people going to California in 1850 to start new vineyards. 9:00 Channel 11: Henry Fonda, Janis Paige and Aldo Ray in "Welcome to Hard Times," 1967, color Four survivors of a small town burned out by a sadistic badman battle him when he returns. 9:30 Channel 15: Loretta Young, Celeste Holm and Elsa Lan-Chester in "Come to the Stable," 1949 Two Catholic nuns from France come to New England to establish a children's hospital. 12:30 a.m. Channel 11: Kirk Douglas and Robert Walker Jr. in "The Hook," 1963 Problems faced by men in wartime in killing an unarmed prisoner. Shawnee Drive home is looted of cash, goods Ellen C. Miller, of 301 Shawnee Drive, told Louisville police yesterday that someone broke into her home sometime between noon and 7:45 last night, and stole items valued at more than $1,-400 and almost $700 in paper currency and coins. Among the items listed missing were a television set, a radio, a tape player, and two wristwatches. Four purse snatchings were reported at ; the following locations yesterday: An alley between Garland and Kentucky. June Cole told city police that a man snatched her purse with $78 in it about 8:30 a.m. Third and Chestnut. Mrs. Chris Mitchell told city police two men approached her about 6 p.m., and one of them took her purse with $5 in it. Later police arrested Kenneth Lee, 27, of the 2500 block of W. Market and charged him with robbery by violence. 39th and Duncan. Mrs. Allie M. Wolfe told city police a man stole her purse with $5 in it about 6 p.m. 900 block of S. Fourth. Mrs. Lois P. Throckmorton told city police that two men knocked her down and took her purse with $8 in it about 8:15 p.m. Radio highlights On Broadway: Highlights of the score of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Cinderella. FM-WHAS (97.5) noon Stereo Concert Hall: Liszt's Piano Concerto No. 1, Siegfried Idyll by Wagner, Lalo's Symphonie Espagnole, Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1 and Bruckner's Symphony No. 7. FM-WHAS (97.5) 1 p.m. High School Basketball: Jeffersonville-RushviUe, WXVW (1450) 7:40; Shawnee-Iroquois, WKLO-FM (99.7) 7:45; Floyd Central - North Harrison, WNAS-FM (88.1) a p.m. Metz Here: Listeners' comments on "How to be a good in-law." WHAS(840) 8:15 p.m. ABA Game: Van Vance reports the Colonels-Rockets game from Denver. WHAS (840 ) 9:25 p.m. Milestones in Jazz: Isaac Hayes is featured. WLRS-FM (102.3) 10 p.m. Radio Floyd Countian files for race FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP Robert Wamron, of Ivel in Floyd County, filed yesterday as a Democratic candidate for railroad commissioner for the third district, comprising Eastern Kentucky. -. y Short change? Irish conductors mutiny over Britain's new money DUBLIN (AP) Irish bus conductors mounted a mutiny yesterday against the country's new money. Ireland, along with Britain, is scrapping its ancient coinage of shillings and pence Monday and starting a decimal system splitting the pound into 100 "new pence." Two thousand members of the National Busmen's Union demanded extra pay "to compensate for the extra work and strain involved in the decimal change-over." The men didn't say how much they wanted but the state-run transport organization turned down the demand. "We have told our members to ignore the newfangled coins and to work only with good old-fashioned shillings and pence," said the union chief, Tom Darby. WTMT 620 "Bint.".T-,,38 WSM" 650 NBCNW Nashville Hour WLW 700 nbcK Cincinnati Hour waky 790 Newyr;j" WHAS 840 CBSN.W.M WFIA 900 "mSo WAVE 970 NBC Newt .JM' I WKLO 1080 aJOT WINN 1240 " " Howell j WREY 1290 e a.m.-6:i77m7 New Albany WLOU 1350 'frSt'EKS WXVW 1450 ABCNewi-7P" Jeflersonville WHEL 1570, ''Mf-iSi FM WNAS-FM 88.1 ...AS WFPK-FM 91.9 ";;"; WHAS-FM 97.5 iuS&ZBS ttTOMyse WKLO-FM 99.7 '" """hi WMPI-FM 100.9 M Hours Scottsburg Newsat:4S WLRS-FM 102.3 Stereo Music .8 a.m.) a.m. . MBS Newt !30 .. . II noon, S p.m. and :55 WSTM-FM 103.1 sr1 ow.ifiiiM iw,i, iterto Music ' - 34 Hours WSAC-FM 1 05 5 s,,r, music J - , .m..)i midnight Fort Knon News on Hour WQXE-FM 106.3 ...... s,w JfiSS Efiiaberhlown :. ; , : WKRX-FM ...106.9.. TfirSSSS . .. ABC Ntwt ill Independent TV station plans debut 3Anorher World Tht Secrat Storm General Hospital u a Bright Promise The Edge of Night One Lift to Live ..... .. . t " ' " 7:30 A.M. Sesamt Street 4 Channel 1 Movies Gomer Pyle USMC Dark Shadowt Sesame Street Efficient Reading " "(rtrun) " " " " Dick Van Dyke Batman (rtrun) " Misterosert' Neighborhood , " " (rtrun) " " 5 Channel i Movies Daniel Boone (rerun) Gilligan's Island Misterogers' Neighborhood Sesame Street " "(rtrun) " " The Fllntstontt " Eyewitness Newt What's Ntw " " (rerun) " " " 6 Weather; Newt Channel 11 Newt Hour Six O'clock Movie Misterogers' Neighborhood Sign Off P.M. News; Sports " " " NBC Newt What's Ntw m tt si t 7 OKI Nashville Music CBS News Six O'clock Movie William F. Buckley Jr. ,, a They've Killed Lincolnl The Interns The Brady Bunch " i a a " 8 They've Killed Lincolnl - . The Interns Nanny and Prolessor High School Basketball " " " " Pleas. Ridge-Fern Creek The Name of the Game Andy Griffith Show The Partridge Family " . a i' 9 Tht Name of the Game Channel 11 Movie: That Girl High School Basketball " Welcome to Hard Times " " " " The Odd Couple Classic Collection: ' " " Come to the Stable I n Strange Report Channel 11 Movie Love, American Style Classic Collection- I U ; " M " II ii ii It WAVE News Report : Channel 11 Newt Eyewitness News Sign Off 11 P.M. The Tonight Show Perry Mason (rerun) Dick Cavttt Show I A.M. Hitchcock 12:30 A.M. Late Show Sign Off 1A.M. By JAMES DOUSSARD Courier-Journal Television Critic WDRB-41, the independent television station, will come on the air Feb. 28. Movies, off-network series and "The David Frost Show" dominate the schedule. Channel 41 will begin its broadcast day Mondays through Fridays at 3 p.m. Saturday starting time will be 12:30 p.m.; Sunday's will be 10:30 a.m. Weekdays will be opened with a children's block, lasting until 6 p.m. From 3 to 4 p.m. "Huck and Yogi," "Rocket Robin Hood," , "Spiderman," "Ultra Man" and "The Munsters" will be shown. All but "Rocket Robin Hood" and "Ultra Man," an animated cartoon series produced in Japan, have been on network television. Today's highlights on TV Jaycees name 5 'outstanding a young 7:30 NBC-3: They've Killed President Lincoln! Richard Basehart narrates a special in which contemporary actors recreate as television and newsreel cameras might have covered the final days of the Civil War, the fateful moment at Ford's Theater, the subsequent capture and pre sumbably inadvertent shooting of John Wilkes Booth and the fruitless inquiry into the scope of the conspiracy afterward. Joseph Leisch Jr. portrays Abraham Lincoln with Dorothea Hammond as Mary Lincoln and Robert Leonard as Booth. 7:30 CBS-11: The Interns Dr. Pettit is sued for malpractice after performing an emergency hand amputation on a man trapped by an elevator who is a world champion billiards player. 8:00 Channel 15: High School Basketball Game Live coverage of the Pleasure Ridge-Fern Creek game. 8:00 ABC-32: Nanny and the Professor Ida Lupino plays Nanny's maiden aunt who arrives from England by balloon and becomes the idol of women's lib. 8:30 NBC-3: The Name pf the Game Mercedes McCambridge plays a misguided Washington gossip columnist trying to ruin the career of a government appointee. 9:30 ABC-32: The Odd Couple Felix and Oscar get lost in the woods searching for a little girl. 10:00 NBC-3: Strange Report Adam Strange (Anthony Quayle) is the target of revenge when a man whom he helped convict is released from prison. 10:00 ABC-32: Love, American Style Eve Arden and Debbie Watson in "Love and the New Roommate," Bill Bixby and Nancy Kovack Mehta in "Love and the Rug," Alan Sues in "Love and the Baker's Half Dozen," and Jack Albertson and Joan Bennett in "Love and the Second Time." 11:30 ABC-32: The Dick Cavett Show Elsa Lanchester, basketball star Bill Russell, author David Schoenbrun and harpist Corky Hale. 1 a.m Channel 3: Alfred Hitchcock Presents A drayman in 19th century Edinburgh learns he is transport ing stolen bodies for a medical school. men Five Kentuckians selected as the outstanding young men for 1970 by the state's Jaycees will be honored tomorrow night in Lexington. The winners are Wendell Cherry of Glenview, Charles M. Moore Jr. of Bowling Green, Billy Hugh Chandler of Owens- boro, and James Host ana awrence Forgy Jr. both of Lexington. Cherry, 35, the president of Extendi-care, Inc., was recently named "one of America's ten outstanding young men" by the U.S. Jaycees. Cherry is also president of the American Basketball Association, board chairman of the Kentucky Colonels basketball team and a director of the Bank of Louisville. Moore, 33, is president of insurance firms in Bowling Green and Franklin. He was president of the Kentucky Independent Insurance Agents in 1970 and was instrumental in seeking passage of a new state insurance code for Kentucky. Chandler, 35, is principal of Foust Junior High School in Owensboro. He has been recognized for an innovative team teaching program. Host, 33, has served as state commissioner of public information and commissioner of parks. He is expected to announce his candidacy today for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor. First time more than 3 named Forgy, 31, is the vice president for business affairs at the University of Kentucky. He has served as state deputy finance commissioner, state budget director and administrative assistant to the governor. This year marks the first time in the 21-year history of the awards that the Jaycees have named more than three outstanding young men. Speakers at tomorrow's ceremonies at the Phoenix Hotel will include the ambassador to the United States from Ecuador, Carlos Mantilla, and Edward A. Clark, national Jaycee vice president. At 6 comes "The Patty Duke Show," followed at 6:30 p.m. by "Flipper." A new syndicated version of "To Tell the Truth" will be used week nights at 7. Garry Moore is the host instead of Bud Collyer. Regular panelists are Orson Bean, Kitty Carlisle and Bill Cullen. From 7:30 to 8:30, "Laredo," a western series rerun, occupies the screen. "The David Frost Show" is the 90-minute kingpin around which the station's week night schedule will revolve or fail to roll at all. Frost is urbane, witty, sophisticated and in possession of an Emmy earned by his show last season. Nightly at 10 Channel 41 will use reruns of "The Saint," a British-produced detective series featuring Roger Moore. Nightly at 11 WDRB offers a film under the title "Cinema 41." Opening night? One of the station's stronger titles, naturally, Jimmy Stewart and Lee Remick in the excellent "Anatomy of a Murder." Here are a few more, in order, starting with Monday night: "I Was a Male War Bride" with Cary Grant and Ann Sheridan; "Beat the Devil" with Humphrey Bogart and Jennifer Jones; "Hot Blood" with Jane Russell and Cornel Wilde, and "Close to My Heart" with Ray MiUand and Gene Tierney. The films won't stay that strong, but I find a few farther down the list that will keep me awake later than I should be. Sports programs on Saturday On Saturdays a film under the general title "Adventure Theatre" leads off. Next, a "sports" package "Wrestling" from 2 to 3; "Roller Derby" from 3 to 4. Like such fare or not, one must admit that it has done reasonably well over the years for independent stations. Both wrestling and the roller derby can be pre-empted for any live sports attractions general manager Elmer Jaspan is able to land. It is back to movies at 4 Saturday after- Fisk black music project to conduct city workshop The Fisk University Black Studies in Music Project will conduct a workshop for music teachers in the Louisville city schools at 10 a.m. today at Western High School, 2501 Rockford Lane. Then in the afternoon, Dr. Darius L. Thieme, director of the project, will lead a creative workshop for music educators at the Kentucky Music Educators Association Conference at the University of Louisville. Postal Service taking bids for new Shawnee station The U.S. Postal Service announced yesterday that it is seeking competitive bids by March 16 for the construction and lease of a new Shawnee postal station in Louisville near Broadway and 34th Street. The builder would construct the building to postal service specifications, then lease it to the service. Bidding documents may be obtained from J. F. Smith, postal real estate officer, Room 503, Fifth and Walnut, Cincinnati. This COUPON Good for FIRST 50 MILES FREE iXPIRES FEB. JStt J Emergency? Need An J EXTRA CAR? Rent one for as little as I $6 a dav and 6c tier mile from I ! COLONEL QUICK Rent-A-Car ! ( -A Ml rdh - channol olovon FRIDAY NIGHT MOVIE starring : HENRY FONDA & JANIS PAIGE noon under the uninspired title, "Saturday Afternoon Movie." Early titles are decent enough, "My Cousin Rachel," "Come Fill My Cup" and "The Damned Don't Cry." Six o'clock should be welcomed by many of you who complained bitterly when NBC dropped your cycling hero Michael Parks. Reruns of the very solid "Then Came Bronson" are coming back. At 7 Saturday nights a double feature called "Fright Night," will offer horror and science fiction films. For openers, you get "Castle of Evil" with "Invasion of the Body Snatchers." "Quick Draw McGraw" cartoons start Sundays off. Shirley Temple series While the titles last, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. sounds like fun, "Shirley Temple Theatre." First offerings are "Bright Eyes," "Little Colonel," "Curly Top," "Dimples" and "Little Miss Broadway." "Million Dollar Movie" follows and runs to 3 p.m. Opening day it will be "Pal Joey" with Rita Hayworth and Frank Sinatra. Then, we head West with "Laramie" from 3 to 4 followed by "Best of the West," a film series that opens strong with "Cowboy," featuring Glenn Ford-always a top TV audience draw and Jack Lemmon. "Land of the Giants" plays from 6 to 7. From 7 to 9 p.m. a movie series "Sunday Showtime" is scheduled. The first title is "Fast and Sexy" with Gina Lolo-brigida. Reruns of "Judd for the Defense" with Carl Betz follow. As Jaspan has previously stated, he does not intend to try to compete at this stage with the three network-affiliated stations in the news field. "Good news only" will be programmed on a fill-in basis, filling in, that is, unsold commercial time. f, f VJQTCM 0 -1 VERY WEEK 'Jl ' " bmm nil c4 Miniitry. tbtdicated to Sitting (Revival Sires c4crot c4ll cimerica GOOD TWINS it LOWELL MASON JL ILMER CHILDRESS col?IBLI FAMILY CONCERT CHOIR BRUCE RODRICK WItLIY TUTTLI WLKY-TV ' Channel 32 Louisville, Ky. Saturdays 8:30 ..m. Louisville's FINEST DEALER IS DISCOUNTING PRICES on CENTRAL AIR rfiVTiTTTriMTVfl WUllUAJLAUmilU No matter how you figurt it, js gL be hot! Take advantage of this offer and call us now for a FREE survey. 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