Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on July 11, 1967 · Page 12
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 12

Nampa, Idaho
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TV IN REVIEW Non-Ad Video Has Problem By RICK DU BROW would mean' that the so-called HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -How do-gooders could relieve the Poverty, Pride Spurred Trini NEW YORK (UPI) -- Trlnl Lopez' life has been one of vast extremes. Although he now lives In a Idaho Free Press 4 Caldwell tews-Tribune, Tuesday, July U. W67-A5 "Daddy, Jeffy's smiling just 'cause he's sitting up front! Will you tell him to stop it?" TELEVISION LOG Rtiponiibility for th« corrtdn«» ol l*l«vision program! rest entirely upon tr* ttkvition itationi. TKil mwspoper can ouurr* no responsibility for errors in the liitingi. Channel KBOI-TV TUESDAY, JULY 11 4:00 Bowery Boys 5:00 CBS News with Walter Cronklle (C) 5:30 KB01 Kews Today 6:00 Gillian's Islend (C) 6:30 Spotlight (C) 7:30 Petticoat Junction (C) 8:00 Away We Go (C) 9:00 Peyton Pl»ce 9:30 MUce Douglas Show (C) 10:00 CBS N«ws Special ''Essay on Women" 10:30 Ten Thirty Report 10:45 Sports Final 10:55 Morle Time "Fr* Dlavolo" Toiiny Russvll, Haya Haraeet 12:30 Mental Headlines Channel "7 KTVB-TV / TUESDAY, JULY J.I 4:00 Big News 4:15 Weather It Sports 4:30 Hunlley-Brinkley 5:00 Alt Star Baseball 8:00 NBC Special 9:00 Fugitive 10:00 Nttebeat 10:20 Weather 10:25 Sports 10;30 Tonight Show (C) Landing Is Faulty CASABLANCA, Morocco (UP1)-A Soviet-built Atr Guinea airliner crashed on landing today but all 102 persons aboard were reported unhurt. effective would any of the three major television networks be if they were not interconnected on a coast-to-coast basis, and were unable to schedule programs on a uniform time-table? The answer is so obvious (hat it requires little elaboration. They would collapse quickly as business, distributing and production organizations because of an Inability to register sufficient impact to remain major. How, then, can anyone expect ft?··· Claimed non-commercial public tetevlslonservice--whose nucleus Is the national educational video system--to succeed In a major way unless It Is interconnected? The answer here, too, Is obvious. It will not succeed In a major way, with national impact, unless there Is a basic system of interconnection. The difference, however, is that while the commercial networks are solidly entrenched in their present method of operation, the public television service almost certainly faces defeat in its hopes for national interconnection, unless a miracle occurs. three big networks of having to devote much lime to documentaries, news and Ihe like. This, of course, is so much patent nonsense. They don't look forward to overall competition, period. When the Carnegie and Ford plans were first Introduced, the networks issued cautious statements welcoming the public television Idea. They were undoubtedly honest statements. for his singing, more than h»H his Uf DalUs slum area called Mexico." Trlnl, recently appearing at night club, said he spent his childhood In "Little Mexico," where his playground was a narrow dirty street and where his family lived and slept eight In a room. TV PROFILE 'Hogan's Heroes' Beaut Plays Soccer for Kicks By VERNON SCOTT ca res for Mitsu while Sl?rid of every 13 episodes. UPI Hollywood Correspondent W orks. "When I'm not working I m HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - On a typical working day a full time n ol " w - ,,,,,.,,·,,; Sigrid Valdis Is the voluptuous Sigrid is up at 5 a.m. It's not "It's a wonderful a" a "f TMTM blonde secretary to dim-witted particularly necessary, but the for me and Mltsu. we goi ever Colonel Klink on the "Hogan's blonde beauty enjoys driving place together when I m no Heroes" series, and the only to work in the dark before the working ano sue s out In the streets become clogged with school." traffic More tnan an ' thln ? iif "When 1 go to work the Sigrid enjoys shopping. She street lights are just going off." can be found In a y a r l H y of she explains "And by the time exclusive Beverly Hills shops 1, I head home they're just being stocking up on her wardrobe which is one of the most corn- separted from her Suzanne live together in a cozy West- turned on." Prom this background Trinl woo( ; home patterned after the she's usually In her dressing: plete in Hollywood developed a passion for music. w hit e j rame an d brick homes room by 6:15 to set out her "I have something lor e\er} and they could hardly knock do- a deep hatred of poverty and so common in suburban Con- makeup and enjoy a cup of occasion, from horsebac* ria- gooders, but they also subtly a profound pride nursed by nec ticut coffee. Sigrid prefers her own ing to ultra formal an slrs made clear they wanted to Ms parents who were deter- Tnc house has a soaring cosmetics to those used by '.he On weekends Sigria can DC brush off Ford's ideas of mlned that thelr children ca thedral living room decorat- studio. found trotting alone the bnae interconnection and pave the wouM esca P* from Poverty. ed w f th authentic oak an- Then her hairdresser ap- paths of Grtimn ran., or ion- way for Carnegie's emphasis on When Trlnl was 11 his fa- liques. Sigrid is particularly pears to add a partial wig ing £ «* sun in beefing;.p ^noncommercial ther « ^"J^ proud of her decorating prow- J^^^^^ ^Zmer'iVs' 'The* trma, h.rlngs . the SF!2* *TM TM ' ^ JSFS^TJ ShTa MS $£ *££ EX 'SSSLT ** four-poster canopy bed, flank- tume to the day, Sigrid says she doesn't date ed by sheer prints and all white Short Wetk except to join friends for dm- French provincial furniture. Happily. Sigrid works only ner. She never entertains at Sigrid's own bedroom is gold two or three days a week in- all nor attends bi? Hollywood and white In classic tradl- asmuch as the action deals parties, tional mode. predominately with the male Of Swedish extraction, Sig- A third bedroom Is occupied stars. rid plays Hilda the German bv a nousexeeper-nurse who She appears in about seven girl, with a convincing accent. gift," he says. By the time he was 15 Trlnl had formed his own combo and at a Dallas res- public video plans cannot help but Indicate even more strongly the antipathy among comrner clal Interests toward Interconnection of non-commercial television on a big basis. , w TM e TM n was '{N?" 1 ".? As It stands DOW National to PJ'«, a Los Angeles nightclub, Education Television has no jfj 9 ^ *£* Sinatra heard real national impact to offer the wlth S i natra . 5 R^^ Rec . top talent. Furthermore, it is ords Hls flrst album for He _ poor beyond bellef-and a lack prise, "Trint Lopez at PJ's" _ of interconnection is a large was an instant success. ThP hearing nn nnhlir- re * son v , ,, One of the songs from that me nearmgs on puouc ^ businessman with com- ft i bur n "II I Had A Hammer" l"te hT fo?ct ar TM R ?*** "^ y ° U Cim0t was released as a slnsle a " d munnnaie now lorces are e)ipec t too many people to give sold more than 4 million copies. aligned. Mrst of all, Ihe up w |, a ( ^ are Aa ^ g The album ltself ^^ over a Carnegie Commission report pro r i(arjlv in or[ler to improve million. the public lot, There must be Trlnl followed this up with realistic enticements to attract such hits as "La Bamba", top talent, journalistic as well "Hush All Over the World" as theatrical. And that is one and "America." very big reason why intercon- Trim's slum background has nection is the only way public made R stron S Impression on has won instant favor over the Ford Foundation proposals with the commercial broadcasters and (heir allies because fliey do not want any part of competition with non-commercial video. Call 459-1505 AJrlin. PMn telwrdMI KA Zenith Syfwnla Color T.V. Service 0.1. WettktgheuM AdmJml Mo(nav» Curth-JMalhn Some cynics at the networks have suggested that commercial television would like a public affairs competitor because it video can truly succeed as a the nantjsome sln " er major operation, and commercial interests against it. why His younger brother Jesse recently decided that he also ! wanted to be an entertainer. Long, Close Look At Mars ST. LOWS (VPI) -- TX-O Si. Louii University scientists are totting a dose Inok at an atmosphere about 30 million miles a nay. Dr. F. C. Bates and Or. Albert Pall mar, are studying the structure and circulation nf the Inuer Martian atmosphere. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is /irionrin^ the research. NASA has to A-noir the composition tf the troposphere before it can decide Khether to use a "Kara" or "jo/l" landing on Mars u-nen the first space rerWrle arrj'rei there in the 1970s. "Our study Kill result in a synthesis of all arailah' .1 ob~ serrations," Bates said. Some of the sources of data employed by ihf ttco scientists are efoutJ, astronomic and spectroscopic oaserralions, at Kell as the Mariner IV flight. The Mars study may benefit this planet's tveather science. "The atmosphere of Mars, because nf its simplicity, may be one of the best laboratories for the study of the mechanics of the earth's atmosphere,'* Kates said. But she is seldom recognized off-screen without her wig. Even on personal appearances with her co-stars, audiences ask who the pretty blonde IE. --BACKACHE-n Joint Pains You long to ease those pains, even temporarily, until the cause is cleared up. For palliative, or temporary, pain reliellryDeWitt s Pills. Famous for over 60 years DeWilt'sPillscontalnsnanalgesIc to reduce pain and a very mild diuretic to rietp eliminate retained fluids Ihus flushing out Irritating pain causing bladder wastes. DeWitt's Pills often succeed where others (ail. If pain persists always see your doctor. Insist on -DeWitt's Pills- MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 7:00 Captain Kangaroo 8:00 Joseph Bent! Morning News 6:25 KBOt Mornlnj New? 8:30 Jack Lf Ltnne (C) 9:00 Andy of. Mayberry 9i30 Dl^ic v«n Dyfce Show 10:00 Love ut Life 10:25 CBS Mid-Day News 10:30 Search for Tomorrow 10:45 Guiding Light 11:00 General Hospital 11:30 As the World Turns 12;00 Password 12:30 Houseparty (C) 1:00 To Tell the Truth 1:26 KBOI News 1:30 Mike Douglas Variety Snow 3:30 Secret Storm WEDNESDAY, JULY 12 4:00 Jungle Boy 5:00 CBS News with Walter Cronfctte (C) 5:30 KBOI News Today 6:00 DaJclari (C) llOO Green Aores (C) 7:30 Comer Pyle USMC (C) 8iOO Steve Allen Comedy Hour 9:00 Virginian (C) 10:30 Ten Thirty Report (C) 10:45 Sports Final 10:50 Weather 10:55 Movie Time "How To Make A Monster" - Robert Harris, Paul Brlesw 12:30 Morning Headlines Ann Landers MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 7:00 Today Show (C) 8:00 Snap Judgment (C) 8:25 NBC News 8:30 Concentration 9:00 Personality (C) 9:30 Hollywood Squares (C': 10:00 Jeopardy (C) 10:30 Eye Guess (C) 10:55 NBC News 11:00 Dating Game 11:30 Let's Make A Deal (C) 11:55 NBC News 12:00 Newlywed Game (C) 12:30 The Doctors 1:00 Another World (C) 1:30 You Don't Say 2:00 The Early Show WEDNESDAY, JULY 12 3:30 Fugitive 4:30 Mr. Ed 5:00 Huntley-BrInkley (C) 5:30 Big News 5:45 Weather 5:55 Business News 6:00 Star Trek (C) 7:00 Time Tunnel (C) 8:00 I Spy (C) 9:00 Bob Hope Theater (C) 10:00 Nitebeat News 10:20 Weather 10:25 Sporls 10:30 Tonight Show (C) The Paris market section of Les Halles dates back to 1110. says the National Geographic. Dear Ann Landers: I am _ young ,nan who has been keeping steady ccspany vrfSh s young woman tor aver rwo years. We are not officially cngsgsu bwl neither of us has dated anyone else for over a year, and we hav!; talked of irii.Tteje, Several weeks sgo my liaiiccs was iniuisii in an. awMeni. I was driving, but the accident was n* K\V (oiilt. The drl»er of the other car had been drinking. All of this Is a matter of record. A few days ago the doctor told us that my fiancee's leg will never be right, andshewillprob- ably spend the rest of her life on crutches. I am a person who loves swimming, hiking, dancing and tennis. The tnought of being married to a woman who could not participate In sports Is very depressing. I am torn by guilt because forced by law to protect herself? - GOOD NEIGHBOR Dear Neighbor: You don't say whether her ."beautiful place" Is a home or in apartment. V it's an apartment, it may be a fire hazard for others, too, and snould be Investigated. For the woman's safety, suggest thatshe call the fire department and ask an Inspector to come out and determine whether or not she is in danger. Confidential to Don't Dig His Classy Foreign Poetry -- What Do I Say?: Try this for openers: What's pat In Latin And chic In Greek 1 always distinguish More clearly In English. Interest Doesn't fade In Sherlock Holmes Alcohol is no shortcut to social success, ff you think you she was injured in my car. Yet have to drink to be accepted by I don't want to be stuck with a your friends, get the facts. Read crippled woman. Please tell me "Bocae and You -- For Teen- what to do. - ENTBE NOUS. Agers Only," By Ann Landers. Dear Entre: Don't marry the Send 35c In coin and a long, girl. You have neither the self-addressed, stamped en- maturity nor the compassion re- velope with your request. 0.111 red to make the marriage Ann Landers will be glad to work, You would feel martyred, help you with your problems, cheated and trapped and she Send them to her in care of this would soon know It. One day this newspaper, enclosing a self, girl might make awonderfulwife, addressed, stamped envelope, but not for you. By RICHARD M. SUDHALTER Members of the Baker Street LONDON IUPI) -- The re- Irregulars, largest aggregation doubtable Dr. Watson would of Holmes followers in the have had Just one word for United States, are often seen It -- "extraordinary" sporting the traditional deer- Pew would disagree. Least of stalker cap and smoking the all Sherlock Holmes, the illus- Meerschaum pipes favored by trious fictional detective whose the master sleuth, exploits In the London of half "We take our Sherlock a centvuy ago were Immortal- Holmes straight," says Julian i«d In short stories by the late Wollf, the society's New York- Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. based Head. In the 37 ye«rs since Conan The organisation's London Doyle's death, Interest in his equivalent is slightly less Ham- most celebrated creation has boyant but none the less de- shown few signs of slackening. If anything, the contrary is true. On both sides of the Atlantic, Holmesiana has grown and flourished. In some Instances it has become almost a cult. Organizations dedicated solely to the study and perpetuation of Holmes vary in technique »nd activities but match one another In fervor. Dear Ann Landers: 1 am a 14- year-old with a problem mother. We moved to this city a couple of weeks ago and my mother all of a sudden wants to be very glamorous. She has dyed her hair a fake red and it looks terrible. Now she wants me to dye my hair the samecolorsopeople wll) think her hair is natural My hair Is a chestnut brown, nothing great, but It's good President Returns To Work W A S H I N G T O N ( l ' P I ) Tanned and rested after the closest he has come to a real vacation since entering the While House, President Johnson enough foi 1 me, Mom tells me was back at his desk today lamanlce.ordlnarylooklnggirl grappling with weighty prob- but with red hiir I would be a iems of Vietnam strategy am knockout. taxes. I need someone who Is older The Chief Executive, who to speak for me. I've told Mom arrived in Washington shortly a dozen times that 1 don't want after midnight from an 11-day · red hair but she still nags, sojourn In the Texas sun, was Please, please say something in awaiting the return of Defense nessman-head of the society, y our co!lin TM or does mother Secretary Robert S. McNamara which has been active since know best? - S. L. from Vietnam to gel his eyewitness account of the Dear S.: I hate to tell a girl progress of the war, th»t she has better sense than According to Walt W. Hostow, her mother, but in this case I Johnson's adviser on nationa) must. Stick to your natural security affairs, Uie President color, Toots, and don't let any. one change your mind. riicated. About 600 .strong, it meets four or five times year for dinner anrJ discussion. W. R, Mitchell is the busi- 1951. It va5 Instrumental In reconstructing the Holmes lodgings at number 221-B Baker Street as part of the Festival of Britain held the following year. WANTED TRAINEES Men and wemtn art urgently needed to train for IBM COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND MACHINE TRAINING ttncn ttlxM yill tx Iralntd In a program whkK nMl nol tnHrftn with jxtiMtl E»b. II you qualify, training can b« financtd. WrEN today All"! Mr. Q««n. PU«i« l«l»d« lw«» phont nunlur ond ogt. All npliM ok«««l«d««d and (OdfidVnliol. IIM MACHMf TRAINING M o . J 9 , Dear Ann Landers: A dear friend of mine has me worried sick. She is a lovely person, lives In a beautiful place and has a nice income. But this woman has not thrown away a newspaper or magazine or a box or a sack in 25 years. The only room a person can walk through Is the living room. Jf her place should ever catch fire, she wouldn't have achjnce. 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