Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 4, 1962 · Page 5
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 5

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, December 4, 1962
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MISTER MEGiR TV 'Meaningful Drama' Portrays Sordid Problem, -c (jejuna, 10 which, to date.iTues, Dee. 4, ·no one seems to have found an | .Iswers. 1962 GREEI.EY TRIBUNE Pagt 5 ·y CY»ITHIA WW«Y themes treat .-d in NBC programs'drugs. homicide or suicide O'.dl 51 " 3 ' 5 ' Shadows cast by the sun AT TrttviMn-R.** Wrrtw this year-including intolerance, dramatic themes are dressed up R^«nmended »e«ker.d view j lhe p allern of wlc1 . Hc wn snc* NLW YORK lAl'i - Robert juvenile delinquency, an expect-with sick -.-haracters seeking re- '"" Sarnolf. board ehauama o! the Vntional Broadcasting Co., occasionally fires off a communique brother. to the nation's television editors, ' and hi? most recent one. this situation: ant mother's, fear of childbirth, a'venge for imaginary wrongs, bur young child s hostility to an older denec! with senseless fears, strange compulsions. I've gotten drama. As a case in point. recent cpisodi f used d Tonight-"The World of Jac queline Kennedy." NBC. 1C 11 Eastern Standard Time'-docu 'can re\e^l prehistoric burial :mound and roads v.iien an area Hugrapheri from the air. i*en so many sordid so inured to "meaningful drama"'mentary treatment of the life of* nd bis most recent one. this 5'tuations expbreil in telovision.lhat I accept stories dealing witiithe First Lady I 0*« ·eek. dealt with "meaningful [he past twc.seasons that it would abortion, narcotic addiction and Suadav-"Mutinv " NBC »1! OlU T!" , .,., ^,, , £,r^£" T? ! M : ~ S"* Warf - « ««**· P--Di" Andrews and'^j ,,-. their parents, (hot most de of the NBC Parents art too demanding or too mem. the* dreary case histor- '·Eleventb Hour" series ilhafi ""concerned, that ,nost people ies. But for the most part they "Your uncle's will continues: '. . . and su. to my beloved and devoted nephew I leave my entire fortune of fifty thousand trading stamps' . . ." Effects Linger, But JFK's Father Makes Good Recovery By FRANCIS STILLEY land used an elevator built into NKW YOKK 'A!" i -- One year] one end of the big rambling house after bcinR (tiled by a stroke. instead of the stairs to get to his Joseph P Kennedy, the father of own suite of living room, dressing the 1'rciident, appears to have made a remarkable recovery Uioiijh some effects linger. Tli? piist few days, Kennedy, now 74, has been busily engaged with business affairs in his Sew York office. 11. is looking forward to another winter m the Florida sunshine at his home in Palm Beach -- where he wa.-i stricken and left partially paralysed last Dee 19 Kennedy came here Nov. 26 from his Ilyannis Port, Mass, rcsiik-niv jor what a family spokesman termed a business and stopover before going to room, bedroom and bath. He also had to give up one ol tij favorite pastimes, riding horses with his children anc grar/lchildren on a farm he owns near his home. However, he continued to go lo the farm with someone driving him and watched while his grandchildren rode. A new heated swimming poo ,,,,, llre was built just back of his house p | c of the Wednesday night show about psychiatry and psychology). It dealt with a 15 year old girl who had gotten, to use an old fashioned phrase in trouble. He noted that, although the them* appeared daring, it was handled with responsibility and iood taste and that the network ater received requests from schools, churches and PTA groups or prints to show teenagers and their parents. Armed with Sarnoff's definition )f "meaningful drama" ("deal- ng with mature subjects, contro- ·ersial themes or problems of reel pertinence to real people in ·eol life"i 1 tuned in this week's episode of "The Eleventh Hour." It was the story of a 19-year- old boy charged with the rape- murder of a classmate. The story opened as the boy vith blood on his hands and L strange look on his face, was run ning away from the body ol the jirl. But in the end. it turned out that he hadn't done it at all- offering all sorts of trauma be cause he had had an aggressive demanding father who had trie to get him to kill a rabbit when h« was II. It seems to this viewer, whc has been exposed to short course Florida. "He is doing well and caryying on his activities as usual," the spokesman aid. "His speech is not fully recov ered but he does very well. There has not yet lieen a return of the full use of his right hand. "lip can walk with a cane bul »lill uses n wheelchair some as a convenience and to lesson strain on his energy." Kennedy reads the newspapers and Uues a lively interest in affairs generally. E.-.riy this year, Kennedy spenl several months under treatment hen to help him regain use o( hii limhs and speech. Thl« via at I om»U, ranch-type hoirc called "Horizon HOHM," adjacent lo New York University' Inst'lute for Physical Medicine nnil Iklvabililalion. | Tlierc he and some 200 otherj patient.*, under the guidance of] doctors and therapists, worked to overcome the difficulties of their ailments. in psychiatry, surgery and inter nal medicine during the past cou and l.e took an almost daily swim in tlic morning. Sometimes be would board his yaclt, Marlin, a 52-footer, for a couple of hours of cruising with members of the family. On wet* ends they sometimes included the President. At Thanksgiving. Kennedy presided over a family dinner at his home, with the President among thos- present Once in a while during the summer there would be a (lash of an Irish li-mpcr whhh Kennedy had in the old days. An acquaintance said this usually occurred when his recovery process wasn't "as fast as he'd lie it." . that televisioi drama is getting less dramatic a it goes in, more and more, fo enacting case histories. Sarnoff ticks off a few of th Roofing Above all--a good roof Pioneer Phone 352-G89B 2301 10th St. ve their problems by alcohol. They are presented as entertain- SwtHS HHtt-Stirict i Ttaet futtt Walker in a drama based on al Ow *»·»« t»»i«i ·*?"' 'fL'S: I JOI* fc»u!" «J ontflfl. BUI ini mill «· I icirit 1 .). »««teii mouth ws " c i it real Navy incidtnt in 1842. . _ j 11 i_ t- i ' tMtii 3Seit t-ut don't have a climax-they merelylUSE THE TK'BUNE WANT AOSl StSi " ». - ittl. Send p«t»l toadl-iai. « '» '"wii f'« **"· Mirrors The institute, under the direction of I)r. Howard Husk, has^a huge staff world-fanwd for its techniques and successes in rehabilitation. 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