The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 2, 1971 · Page 136
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 136

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Saturday, October 2, 1971
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Hutchinson News Saturday, Oct. 2, 1971 Page 4Ai QprdoilS > N€IV Novel Daytime Schedule Monday thru Friday, October 4-8,1971 8:45 Kansas Today, 2, 3, 11 7 :00 Today Show, 2, 3, 11 Community Window, 12 7 :15 Agriculture Today, 12,7, 6 Local Film, 13 7 :30 Early Bird Report, 13 Today Show, 2, 3, 11 CBS ftlornlng News, 6, 7, 12 7:45 Kansas Scene, 10, 13 8:00 Captain Kangaroo, G, 7, 12 Captain Bill's Cabin, 10, 13 8:25 KSN News, Weather. 2, 3. 11 8:30 Today Show, 2, 3, 11 8:00 Dinah's Place, 2, 3. 11 The Lucy Show, 7, 12 Sesame Street, 6 Romper Room, 10, 13 1 :25 Show For Dough, 10, 13 1 :30 Concentration, 2, 3. 11 Joyce Livingston Show. 12 Thirty Minutes, 7 Jack LaLanne, 10, 13 10:00 Sale of the Century, 2, 3, 11 Family Affair, 6, 7, 12 Galloping Gourmet, 10, 13 i0:25 Happy 100, 10, 13 10:30 Hollywood Squares, 2, 3, 11 That Girl, 10, 13 Love of Life, 6, 7, 12 il:00 Jeopardy, 2, 3, 11 Where The Heart Is, 6, 7, 12 Bewitched, 10, 13 11:25 News, fi, 7, 12 11 :30 The Who, What Or Where Game, 2, 3, 11 Search for Tomorrow, 6, 7, 12 Password, 10. 13 11 :55 NBC News Report, 2. 3. 11 AFTERNOON 12:00 News, 2, 3, 11, 6, 7, 12 Mid-day Scene, 10, 13 12:15 Elmer Childress Show, 2. 3, 11 Lucille Rivers Show, 10, 13 12:20 Women's World, 6, 7, 12 12:25 Show for Dough, 10, 13 12:30 Let's Make A Deal, 10, 13 Three On A Match, 2, 3, 11 As the World Turns, 6, 7, 12 1:00 Days of Our Lives, 2, 3, 11 Love Is A Many Splcn- dored Thing, 6, 7, 12 Newlywed Game, 10, 13 1:30 The Doctors, 2, 3, 11 The Guiding Light, 0, 7, 12 Dating Game, 10, 13 1:00 Another World, 2, 3, 11 General Hospital, 10, 13 The Secret Storm, 6, 7, 12 1:30 Elmer Childress Show, 2, 3, 11 One Life To Live, 10, 13 Edge of Night, 6, 7, 12 V.00 Somerset, 2, 3, 11 Gomer Pyle, 6, 7, 12 Love, American Style, 10, 13 3:30 Virginia Graham Show, 6. 7, 12 Children's Fair, 8 Monday Focus on Behavier, 8 — Invitation to Art, 8 — Thursday Children G r o w i n g, 8— Wednesday Major Astro Show, 2, 3, 11 Show For Dough, 10. 13 3:35 Cash Calls Movie, 10, 13 Monday: "Battle at Bloody Beach" — Audie Murphy, Gary Crosby; World War II: Young American finds his wife in the war-torn island of the Pacific where she has become a fierce partisan of the guerrillas, (1?voted to thjir leader. (1061) Tui'sday: ''The Fan" — Joanne Cram. George Sandors: A wife is saved from an indiscretion by the woman she believes to be conducting an affair with hsr husband. (1949) Wednesday: "Gambl e r From Natchez" — Dale Robertson, Dsbra Paget; Man in 1840 whose father, a professional gambler, was killed after being caught "cheating" at cards by 3 gentlemen, avenges father's death in each case. (1954) Thursday: "Jamboree" Connie Francis, Count Basie; Love blooms between two "Singing Sweethearts" and also their formerly married agents. Distrust instigates a split between both couples but love wins over. (1957) Friday: "City That Never Sleeps"—Gig Young, Mala Powers; A Chicago night's events stops a young cop from throwing away good tilings that the city gave him. (1953) 4:00 Misterogers Neighborhood, S 4:30 Ferry Mason, 2, 3, 11 Star Trek, 6, 7, 12 Sesame Street, 8 4:45 Happy 100, 10, 13 5:00 ABC News with Howard K. Smith & Harry Re'as- oner, 10, 13 5:30 NBC Nightly News, 2, 3, 11 News with Cronkite, 6, 7, 12 The Evening Scene, 10, 13 Misterogers' Neighborhood, 8 5:55 Show For Dough, 10, 13 6:00 News, Weather, Sports, 2, 3, 6, 7, 11, 12 To Tell the Truth, 10, 13 What's New, 8 Gene's Texaco Service 5 Star Service Open 24 Hours Fine Texaco products Good Friendly Service. Lube Jobs, Oil Changes and Filter Changes. * Time Up, Brake Jobs and Air Conditioning Service. * Tires, Batteries .and Accessories. 100 W. ith, Hutchinson, Ks., Phone 662-9921 'Tumult and Joy' to Minister's Life ENCINO, Calif. - The Gordon Gordons, one of the most successful husband - and - wife writing teams In the country, fear they may lose their collective shirt with their new novel, their 16th. Authors of the classic 'Undercover Cat" (1,700,000 copies), which became the Disney film, "That Darn Cat", they have written a story set against the. background of a suburban church and its minister, both caught up in the turmoil of contemporary life. Doubleday will publish the novel, "The Tumuli and the Joy", in October. And there isn't a single cat in the entire novel! "The trouble is." said Gordon, "we don't know whether a writer can change form, whether he can go from a story about an FBI agent following a cat to a novel such as 'The Tumult and the Joy'. Or do readers expect him to turn out pretty much the same type of book every time? We hope not because we like variety. We don't want to meat the same l—-le coming and going in our - books." The Gordons describe their new novel as "part suspense, part behind - the - scenes, and part inspirational." "For a long time we've wanted to show what a minister is up against," said Mildred Gordon, "the politics that goes on, the power struggles, the dedication of most of the church pen • pie but also the chicanery of some. We've wanted, too, to set forth the counseling side, how a minister today must cope with changing attitudes about nudity and sex and marriage. Talked Over "Well, we got to talking this over one day with our editor, and he suggested that we use some of the techniques in 'The Tumult and the Joy' that we have employed with our suspense novels. He thought that a minister's life today was one of the most exciting around. A pastor has to figure out how to save the man who comes into Fort Hays Stale To Stage Opera HAYS — Fort Hays Kansas State College's speech, drama and music departments combine forces Oct. 7, 8 and 9 to stage Gilbert and Stdlivan's "The Pirates of Penzance." Under the direction of Patrick Goeser, assistant professor of music; Harriet Ketchum, associate professor of speech and drama; and Christopher Paul, instructor of speech, the opera portrays the trials of a young man who is mistakenly apprenticed to a band of pirates in the late 19th century. 'The Gordon Gordons" his office and threatens suicide,Idons came up with episodes not or a girl who thinks the only way out is to have an abortion." The result was that the Gor- usually associated with novels about churches: a key character arrested on a morals charge, a black militant group that Art Exhibits ST. JOHN lithographs a n d watercolors from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Budge, now through November, Ida Long Goodman Memorial Library. Hours arc 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday; Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 7 to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 2 to 5 p.m. GARDEN CTY - Sand Hills Art Association Upstairs Gallery, on the second floor of The Walters Building, Grant and Main street is open every day except Monday from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. ELLSWORTH - Three hundred works of art hi various media. Many painting of the Kansas scene by Charles B. Rogers. Open weekdays 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sundays, noon to 6 p.m.; other times by appointment. Your Money's Worth It pays to advertise In the News Clock. The Clock Is used many times daily for a week. Make the most of your adver- Oils, etchingsj tisi »g dollar - RCA PORTABLE TV $9995 AZ-151 Stand Optional ; Whal Kansas Builds Bmidi Kansas Buy Goodyear The Only Tire Built in Kamas PARROTT iSS HODNETT > -29 WEST SHERMAN ST. fJ^SMgjffll? TELEPHONE MO 3 3.181 storms a sanctuary, a dope- pushcr caught working in the house, the problem of a teenage girl who flees from her parents' home, those of a young fellow who feels a compulsion to kill, and those of the pastor's own da»s : .)ler who rebels against the Establishment. Off and on for 10 years, Mil- drcd Gordon said, they researched "The Tumult and the Joy." They studied some 200 churches. They reached the conclusion that the liberal - conservative issue has divided more congregations than any other — the Traditionalists who concentrate on worshta as opposed to the Social Activists who go into the ghettos. The male half knew something about the tumult and the joy of a pastor's life. His first job was that of a student minister at Ihc Catalina Methodist Church in Tucson, Arizona. Later he became a newspaper editor, a roving Hearst correspondent, and a counter espionage agent for the FBI. In recent months he has been mentioned as a possible successor to J. Edgar Hoover. From Kansas The distaff side of the writing team (Mildred Nixon Gordon) returns to Kansas frequently to visit old haunts. She was born near Eureka, was graduated from Burlington high school, and attended Kansas University. Her late father, H. W. Nixon was onetime Greenwood county school superintendent and later a banker in Hamilton, Severy and Gridley. She has many relatives in this area. Furniture Clothing To The SALVATION ARMY SOCIAL SERVICE 420 S. Main Dial 2-5621 2-7177 "Call Doug lor a Clean Rug" Phone M3-253S Budget Terms Arranged Call us for complete repair »erv- tee on TV's, Radios, Record Players, Electrical Equipment, Refrigerators, Motors and Wiring. RUSSELL ELECTRIC SHOP "Since 1928" 708 East 7tb Phone 2-4971 did you know you give away your "deafness" because you don't wear a hearing aid ...not because you do wear one? Your poor hearing Is no secret (o others as long is they have trouble talking to you. 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