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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 17

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, July 3, 1970
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REFUBUG cm' & The Arizona Republic O Phoenix, Fit. July J. in Silversteiii resigns from KPAZ-TV; Church group acts to huy station Multi-Racial Art Club to have show By MIC WILMOT Lou Silverstein general manager of KPAZ-TV, j ester-day resigned from the post he has held for nearly one year. He said the resignation was effective immediately. Silverstein said he was resigning under pressure and had been advised earlier in the day by Trustee Julius Al-tschul that the Glad Tidings Church a group primed to purchase the television station out of the bankruptcy court "wanted a manager who would work more closely w ith the church." A PURCHASE plan submitted by the church was approved by U.S. District Court Judge Walter E. Craig earlier this week. Bankruptcy Referee Hugh M. Caldwell of Tucson said the next step will be a July 22 hearing to see if the sale is approved by unsecured creditors. It is reported that secured creditors RCA, Ampex and Valley National Bank have approved the sale. Altschul denied that Silver-stein had been told the church requested his resignation. "Lou had intimated for some time that he was unhappy with the prospects of the church securing ownership of the station," Altschul said. "He had frequently spoke of a resignation." V " f': v - J$ f J k7 Lou Silverstein ' A spokesman for the Federal Communications Commission in Los Angeles said yesterday that the commission is primarily interested in a buyer's legal and financial responsibility, and that the buyer must file a format with them identifying the type of programming to be transmitted during a 12-month period. THE REV. JOHN D. Watson of the interdenominational Bible Fellowship Church at 2525 E. McDowell, under the parent corporation of the Glad Tidings Church of America, Inc., stated that, should the sale take place, they "would continue much the same programming" currently carried on the station. He added that the FCC "would not approve over 20 per cent of religious programming." Asked if it would continue to carry the syndicated "Playboy After Dark." Watson said, "That would be hard to say." He did say they were entertaining plans of carrying a heavy weekend schedule of religious programming. "We are open to all religions," Watson said, "with emphasis on the Christian faith." He added they would "run a commercial station" and seek advertising "in good taste in the eyes of the church." The plan for the $400,000 purchase approved this week calls for payment of $80,000 upon license transfer approv- HONG KONG PROBLEM HONG KONG (AP)-Moth-ers-in-law pose a serious population control problem by insisting that their sons and daughters produce as many children as possible to look after them in old age, the Hong Kong Family Planning Association said. al. $100,000 in six months and $220,000 in 18 months. AMOUNTS. OWED secured creditors are Radio Corporation of America, $160,000; Ampex Corp., $95,000. and Valley National Bank, $30,000. Altschul said he "had someone in mind" to succeed Siv-erstein. Silverstein said he had two offers in the East but pre-f erred to remain in the Phooenix area. He has served in both a sales and executive capacity in local broadcasting circles for the past 15 years. He was named general manager of the station last August after the station filed bankruptcy. He was named trustee of KPAZ-TV Aug. 7, 1969, and was relieved of that responsibility Oct. 9. "When I was removed as trustee," Siverstein said, "the station was operating at a profit with $10,000 in the bank when I turned the trusteeship over to Altschul. Today there's not enough to cover the payroll." He said he believed the $10,000 went "into operating losses," and added he "probably would have resigned earlier, but M o o r e m a n (Bob Mooreman, attorney for Altschul) informed me that if I did I might not get the money owed me during my period as trustee." The second annual Multi Racial Art Club exhibit, part of the Negro Art Festival, will be on view from 1 to 6 p.m. tomorrow and from 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday at East Lake Park, 16th Street and Jefferson. Earl M. Cooke, chairman and founder of the Multi - Racial Art Club, will be only one of the exhibitors in the free program of painting, sculpture, and crafts. The program is designed to help "people of all races stand together as one people through the arts," according to Cooke, a missionary of the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith. Last year, Cooke said, the second day of the exhibit drew 1,000 people for the 40 exhibit entries. Entries for this year's exhibit won't arrive until today, Cooke continued, but he expected the same number of entries, or more. Part of the activities will be a contest for which donations (tickets) are $1 and the prize a $100 painting. Cooke said the money raised will go toward buying materials to aid artists. 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