Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 31, 1962 · Page 11
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Page Garden ril.v Wednesday, Oct. 31, 1962 i ; WHAT, TfflClA [ THAT L0# Of Change Coming in Perry Mason Show By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television-Radio Writer NfiW YORK (AP) - Necessity mSy 'prove to be the mother of welcome dramatic invention as far as CBS' "Perry Mason" show ij concerned. I Raymond Burr, who has played Erie Stanley Gardner's indomita-! ble trial lawyer for five seasons^' will enter a Los Angeles hospital for minor corrective surgery ; .:i December, the network announced. As a result, the company must make several shows j during his convalescence without the star. According to present plans, Paisano Productions which makes the weekly courtroo'm drama — and of which author Gardner is an officer—plans to sign big-name guest stars, including Bette Davis to substitute. The unavoidable absence of Burr could have a salutary effect of boosting the program out of the format to which it has adhered through the years, including that weekly courtroom confession by the murderer — usually from a spectator's seat. The program, switched this season to Thursdays from its old Sat- turday night spot has dropped out of the Nielsen "top ten" rated shows but even in its new position it is still pulling a hefty share of audiences. Tonight's 90-minute, event-by- event review of the Cuban crisis, "Clear and Present Danger" by NBC's news staff, is a substitute for a preemption, if you can follow the television terminology. Originally, NBC dislodged its big, economy-size Western, "The Virginian,'' to present films showing the digging of a Berlin escape tunnel. A sharp controversy blew up over the show, and NBC dropped it like a hot potato on the heels of President Kennedy's speech, a'bout the missile bases. Recommended toaight: "Clear and Present Danger," news special, NBC, 7:30-9 (EST); Perry Como Show, NBC, 9-10—comedian Terry-Thomas is guest star. -Whether buying o; selling, use Telegram Want Adsl All-Weather Comfort with the Zip of the Zipper washable! water repellent plain colors or mufed plafcfs the GLENL8NER JR. ske 8 " 20 by WINDBREAKER 22.88 , e 24.98 the ACCLI-MATE by CAMPUS 14.98 » 0 18.98 men's sizes slightly higher. Tailored with rugged Acrilan pile lining for maximum warmth in the winter that zips out for warmer Fall and Spring days. Of washable, water repellant cotton poplin. Use Meschke's ORC Plan — Up To 6 Months To Pay Convention Speakers Son Remembered in Memorial Today in the heart of Temple University in Philadelphia, Pa., beneath the sanctuary of the Baptist Temple, the Chapel of the Four Chaplains stands 'as an eftttelng memorial not only to the sacrifices of young chaplains, but also to an idea and a holy purpoee. One of these chaplains was the Rev. Clark Poling, son of Dr. Daniel Poling, editor of the Chris- tian Herald, magazine. Dr. Poling will speak at the first general session of the Garden City section of the 99th annual Kansas State Teachers Convention meeting Thursday morning. As a boy, Clark Poling was somewhat known for his pranks. Ho attended college at Oak wood, the Quaker sihool at Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Once, he was caught taking a ride through the girls dormitory in a clothes hamper. About IMS, h* was a student pastor in the Methodist Church In South Meriden, Connecticut. At the beginning of World War II, he talked his father into letting Mm join the army as a chaplain. After training at Camp Shelby in Mississippi, he was commissioned a first lieutenant, and. in November received his assign- ment overseas. On February 11, 1943, his wife, Betty, got a telegram from the Adjutant General's office: Clark was missing in action, In April, the original "missing In action" became "lost in action." Later, Rev. and Mrs. Poling learned what had happened. In the early morning darkness of February 3, 110 miles from its destination in Greenland, the transport Dor- chester was torpedoed. She went down within 25 minutes, and of the 904 men who were on board, only 226 survived. Four chaplains, representing three faiths, had stood praying or, the deck while the Dorchester disappeared. Clark Poling was one of these chaplains. Th« chapel sanctuary at Temple University seats three hundred worshippers. On a revolving platform, within the arch, are three altars. One is de-, dlcated to the Protestant faith,-* one to the Catholic fsith, and one"** to the Jewish faith. * A large bronze plaque fills the * wall to the right of the tower entrance. This plaque bears the names of all the United States'; armed forces chaplains who gave •" their lives during World War II. >•• PENNEY'S *O"> ANNIVERSARY STORE HOURS MON. THRU FRIDAY 9:30 - 5:30 SATURDAYS 9:30 — 8:00 WELCOME TEACHERS! 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