The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1959 · Page 2
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April 23, 1959

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! THURSDAY, APRIL 28,1959 TV Networks Slate Shows Next Season By CHARLES MERCER NEW YORK (AP) — The three major TV networks have baked their entertainment cake for next season. It is the same mixture as before: an extremely light affair. .Icing will be added later as* numerous special programs are! announced. There also will be some plums inserted for the minority of viewers who seek intellectual sustenance. But the basic prime evening viewing hours between 7:30 and 11 p.m. are pretty well set. > In general, it's difficult for a viewer to find any difference between next season and this season. Some 13 hours of westerns will be on the -three networks during the seven evenings of each week. Mysteries, will be second with about 12 hours. Variety shows will occupy about nine hours, situation comedies seven hours, adventures four. Quiz and panel shows, which two years ago were occupying about 16 hours are away down to seven hours a week. R^ular weekly drama programs thus far scheduled total five hours (and that includes call- in "77 Sunset Strip" on ABC-TV a "drama program"). The total amount of drama visible will be . raised, however, by special programs, the monthly "DuPont Show of the Month" on CBS-TV, and five "Hallmark Hall of Fame" productions on NBC-TV. I "Playhouse 90" will be seen only every other week over CBS- TV, with a new 90-minule program, "Biography," alternating. ; On Sunday evenings, ABC-TV •tarts off, as at present, with "Maverick" and rides the western ranges until a new adventure, !The Alaskans,' comes on at 9:30. The CBS-TV Sunday evening schedule looks much the same, except that Jack Benny moves to . lO p.m., alternating each week with George Gobel, a transfer from NBC. ; With Steve Allen abandoning his long-time Sunday spot for 10 p.m. on Mondays, NBC-TV will launch a new show, "Comedy Hour." ' Under present plans the biggest Western night will be Tuesdays, with seven visible, including two new ones. Transferring Perry Como from Saturday evenings to his new '.'Kraft Music Hall" program Wednesday at 3, NBC-TV is placing a slew ot popular programs back-to-back: "Wagon Train," "The Price Is Right," Como, f'This Is Your Life," and the Loretta Voting Show.' CBS-TV appears intent on playing space for all its worth with two adventures tentatively entitlec VSpace" and "Destination Space." ;- Independent program packagers will continue to do a great deal o production for the networks. Fiv Independents alone are producin SI series. Red Concern Grows Over West Germany MOSCOW (fi — Growing Soviet concern over the rising strength of West Germany is reflected in a campaign accusing the Bonn government of trying to undermine the forthcoming East-West nego tiations. The latest Soviet attack came in a note to the West German gov ernment Tuesday. Moscow warned again that West German rearmaments increases the danger of war. In such a war, the not* said, the German position will be "militarily hopeless." Diplomats in Moscow say that Soviet leaden, are even more concerned in some respects by West Germany's remarkable postwar recovery than by the cold war competition with the United States. The new Soviet note, delivered to West German Ambassador Hans Kroll, asked: "Why does the government of the German Federal Republic insist on the possession of atomic weapons immediately prior to the discussion of a peace treaty with Germany?" The Soviet note claimed that a rocket unit had already been established in West Germany, manned by troops trained in the United States to handle the weapons capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Elva Lois Greene, pltf. vs. No. 14,187 R. E. Greene, dft. The defendant, R. E. Greene, is lereby warned to appear within lirty days in the court named In ie caption hereof and answer the omplaint of the plaintiff, Elva x>is Greene. Dated this 8th day of April, 1959. By DONNO DI CICCO, D. C. SEAL GERALDINE USTON Circuit Clerk By DONNA DI CICCO D.C W S. Rader, Attorney First National Bank Building Blytheville, Arkansas C. M. Buck Attorney Ad Litem Blytheville, Arkansas WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chicka jawba District, Mississippi Coun iy, Arkansas. - Callie Kelley, Pltf. vs. No. 14H2 '- Edward Kelley, Dft. ; The defendant, Edward Ketle is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Callie Kelley. Dated this 15 day of April, 1959. Geraldine Listen, Clerk Opal Doyle, D.C. W. S, Rader, Attorney for Pltf. First National Bank Building Blytheville, Arkansas 4/9-16-23-30 C. M. 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