The Jackson Sun from Jackson, Tennessee on May 30, 1967 · 15
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15 PREVIEWS F. Lee Bailey's Program THE JACKSON SUN. TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1967 mum s Hopes To Offer Intimacy' By CYNTHIA LOWRY JNW YORK (AP) When next season rolls around there will be the usual spotting of new Westerns, situation comedies, variety programs, action-adven- rare tales in the weekly televi sion mix. But, Jon Aarons in sists, there will be a one-of-a- Kmd in his "Good Company" on ABC. Aarons.-, coproducer of Edward R. Murrow's old "Person-to-Person," is putting together many ingredients of the old show and adding some new elements. He hopes the basic recipe will work again. At the moment, the set-up consists of Aarons, a staff of five, three mobile units and F. Lee Bailey, the young criminal lawyer who has exploded into the nation's headlines recently. Bailey, shooting around in his private jet plane between courtroom appearances, will drop in on the famous, the interesting and the off-beat in their homes. In the old days, before jet planes and television tape made it possible, Murrow was anchored in a New York studio and interviewed the subjects electronically in their homes. It was live, it was achieved with the help of big crews, fancy equipment and a lot of money. "We hope to tape our shows Friday and run the shows the next Thursday and leave all the fluffs in," Aarons said. "The perfection that television has achieved by cutting out any thing untoward has resulted, think, in the loss of a lot of its charm and excitement." "I remember some wonderful moments that would have been cut out of tape," he said. "Maybe they were not wonder ful at the time. But there was Bert Lahr so nervous that he invited us to see the living room and walked into a closet. There was the night Sid Caesar was so littery he forgot his wife's name. And the time Mrs. Pat Weaver's zipper, on the back of her dress, broke and Pat put his arm around her waist, pulled the dress together and neither realized they were standing in front of a mir ror. Aarons is working on his invi tation list and already has acceptances from the acting Red- graves family and J. Paul Getty, the oil millionaire, plus other well-known people, whose names he prefers at this early stage to conceal. Aarons believes that in recent years "television has lost one essential ingredient intimacy." He hope that "Good Company" may start people saying once again, "Hey, did you see that show last night?" SHE LIKES MEN'S HATS Actress Gloria Swanson, wearing a black-checked suit she designed and a pork-pie hat she got about 1945 in London, fluffs her hair prior to her performance in the play "Reprise." She is appearing in the play in Chicago. Miss Swanson said she is fond of men's hats and wears the one she is wearing in the play. (AP Wirephoto) Your Suggestion Apt To Be Futile HOLLYWOOD (AP) So you sat down and wrote an angry letter suggesting changes in the television program. Did it have any effect? Probably not. Testimony from producers at Susan Hay ward Stands Up For Decency By GENE HANDSAKER HOLLYWOOD (AP) Susan Hay ward, furiously: "Get outa my way! 'I've got a man waitin' for me!" Patty Duke, nastily: "That's a switch from the fags you're usually stuck with!" Patty yanks off Susan's hair ("My God! It's a wig!") and '65 she made a film with Rex! to enter the Army, she was wid Harrison in Rome Will Hollywood be seeing more of her on its sound stages? "I don't think so. Once in a great while, maybe. I have no plans except to get back to Ft. Lauderdale as soon as possible." Divorced from Jess Barker, by whom she has twin, 22-year rushes with it to a toilet. Susan: old sons, one of whom is about "My God! She's thrown it down the can!" Patty: "How do you like that? You can't even flush it down the john!" Such is the movies' new realism exemplified Tuesday in this acting for "Valley of the DolLs" and Miss Hayward doesn't necessarily like it. "It's the way crummy people talk," she justified after the hectic scene. Is that all to the good? "Not necessarily. Personally, I like to see a nice picture. But, then, I'm old-fashioned. "If you take these lines out of context, they're pretty vulgar. But it's the kind of vulgarity 99 per cent of us use when we're prodded beyond being ladies and gentlemen. "Still, I think Hollywood more and more is not too healthy an influence. So sue me. "I liked motion pictures better when you walked out with an uplift. Some said 'Sound of Muse' was corny. I loved it. "The backbone of America still likes decency, and so do I." At 47 Miss Hayward still looks great svelte, brittle, cool, a redhead whose cover picture on the Saturday Evening Post got her into movies at 20. Her role as a tough show-biz veteran, into which she stepped after Judy Garland withdrew for what the studio called personal reasons, is her first in Hollywood in four years. In late owed last year by the death of Eaton Chalkley, Georgia lawyer and ex-FBI agent. Moored in a canal behind her Florida home are her 38-foot sport-fishing boat, 55-foot shrimper and 18-foot Boston whaler. With friends she sails to the Bahamas. She caught a 69-pound kingfish and is "shooting' for a white marlin." it O f f t -- u s ' - " v , f a - n -t all three major networks indi cates viewers' letters rarely influence program content. Says Paul Monash of ABC's "Peyton Place": "We get an average of 1,000 letters a week, about 20 of them with story suggestions and ideas about characters: 'If anything happens to so-and-so I'll never watch the show again. 'Let Rodney and Betty get married.' "They give us an idea of what some people in the audience are thinking, but basically I have to rely on my own instincts." Has Monash ever followed a viewer's suggestion? "Not really. For one thing, the shows are planned and written 15 weeks ahead of the air date. What the audience is responding to is something that already has been determined. "secondly, we re not allowed to adopt ideas for nothing. We could possibly be open to a law suit." Next is Perry Lafferty, CBS- TV programming chief in Hollywood: "If you get a number of com ments along the same line like 50 letters a week, or 150 or 200 and if the producer thinks it's a good suggestion, they may have some effect. "The first time we used a lit tle girl on the Danny Kaye show we got a lot of mail, which prob ably stepped up our use of her. "Generally we're not influenced by derogatory mail, because we expect it anyway. With a sketch involving drinking, or with beautiful but low- cut costumes, you know you'll get mail." Gene Roddenberry, producer of NBC's "Star Trek," recalls: "At pickup time we were in danger of not being renewed, and NBC got a flood of mail. It was bound to have some effect, but I don't think the network could be pushed into anything." The show, filming for next season, draws aoout 4,b00 letters a week, a surprising number, Roddenberry says, from schoolteachers, professors and scientists. They offer compliments, challenge scientific slipups or seek information. An apartment builder in Santa Barbara, Calif., wrote that he wanted to install electrically operated, sliding doors like that on the show s space ship. "How," he asked, "do you get the damn door to open and close so fast?" "I had to write him," Rodden berry admits, "that ours is a fake." Television Schedule IT HAPPENS IN 'DOLLS' Patty Duke, left, tears a wig from the head of Susan Hayward in one of their scenes from the picture, "Valley of the Dolls." Some earthy dialogue accompanies the wild action and Miss Hayward doesn't necessarily like it. "Personally, I like to see a nice picture," says Miss Hayward. "But then, I'm old-fashioned . . ." (AP Wirephoto) Bridge Risk Favored For Point By Oswald & James Jacoby Newspaper Enterprise Assn. A Winnipeg reader asks, "I have played rubber bridge all my life and have just started duplicate. In rubber bridge I learned to play safe for my contract. Does it pay to risk your contract in a duplicate game in order to make an over-trick or two?" The answer to this question is that there are numerous oc- r Q The bidding has been: West North East South 1 Pass 2 casions when you should gamble 2 for an overtrick. One instance You, South, hold: is when you are in a normal aq 87 VK2 43 2 AQ1054 contract and the odds favor what do you do now? your play. A Bid four no-trump. You South won the third spade P,an bld s,x even lf partner lead and studied the hand care- can tshow only one ace. At fully. He could duck one dia- ZZZLT" ' " mond break and also make sure of holding himself to just three TODAY S question no-trump or he could run dia- You bid four no-trump and monds and make an overtrick if your partner bids nve nearts to show two aces. What do you do Attend Pops Concert June 8 on the campus of Lambuth College 6:30 hamburgers & hot dogs from the gas grill, soft drinks and all the trimmings. 7:30 The Concert Adults $1; Children 50c Presented by the Jackson Symphony Association and the Symphony League NORTH 30 A975 y j 2 AKQ754 85 WEST EAST AKQJ10 A832 VK976 VQ854 963 J8 74 Q J 10 9 SOUTH (D) A A64 V A 10 3 102 AK632 East-West vulnerable West North East South 1N.T. Pass 3N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead A K WHY? (We haven't seen you for a month!) Stay in your car ROBOMSH IM MM. Morgan's Service Station I Across From Old Hickory Mall) now? Answer Tomorrow diamonds broke 3-2. He knew that a suit will break 3-2 some 68 per cent of the time. His problem was to determine if all or nearly all the other North-South pairs would be in the same three no-trump contract he had reached. It was a normal contract after the one no-trump open ing but he was positive that several South players would have opened one club and re-bid to one no-trump after their partner's one diamond response. His conclusion was that after this start the North players would bid either two or three no-trump anyway and that every South would continue to three no-trump after a raise to two. Hence the only pairs missing game would do so after North made the bad rebid of two diamonds. His last decision was that not even one North would do that and that it behooved him to go after the overtrick. SOUND SYSTEM- COMPONENTS COLOR TV BLAKE WILLIAMS ELEC. 1417 Highland 427-9488 JACKSON WBBJ-TV Channel 7 Taeaday Night 6:00 Channel 7 Report 6:30 Combat 7:30 The Invaders 8:30 Peyton Place 9:00 Fugitive 10:00 Channel 7 News 10:30 The Las Vegas Show Wednesday 7:00 Eig J Today 8:30 My Little Margje 9:00 Jack LaLanne 9:30 Dateline Hollywood 9:55 Children's Dr. 10:00 Supermkt. Sweep 10:30 One In A Million 11:00 Everybody's Talking 11:30 Donna Reed 12:00 Farm Show 12:30 Wally Fowler 1:00 Newly wed Game 1:30 Dream Girl 1:55 News 2:00 Gen. Hospital 2:30 Dark Shadows 3:00 Dating Game 3:30 Fugitive 4:30 Western Theatre 5:30 Peter Jennings 6:00 Channel 7 Report 6:30 Batman 7:00 Monroes 8:00 Wednesday Night Movie 10:00 Channel 7 News 10:30 The Las Vegas Show MEMPHIS WREC-TV (Channel 3) 6:00 Highway Patrol 6:30 Daktari 7:30 Red Skelton 8:30 Petticoat Junction 9:00 CBS National Drivers Test 10:00 News-Weather 10:20 Late Movie 11:55 News and Weather 12:00 The Las Vegas Show 2:00 News - Weather Wednesday 6:15 Sunrise Semester 6:45 Above Clouds 7:00 Good Morning 7:50 CBS News 8:15 Jaot Kangaroo 9:00 Candid Camera 9:30 Beverly Hillbillies 10:00 Andv of Mayberr 10:30 Dick Van Dvke 11 00 Love of Life 11:25 News 11:30 Search of Tom 11:45 Guilding Light 19-nn December Brirle 12:30 World Turns 1:00 Password 1:30 Houseparty 2:00 Tell The Truth 2:25 CES News 2:30 Fdge of Night 3:00 Secret Storm 3:3f. Farly Movie 5:00 News 5:25 Weather 5:30 Walter Cronkite 6:00 Highway Patrol 6:30 Lost In Space 7:30 Bev. Hillbillies 8:00 Green Acres 8:30 Gomer Pyle 9:00 Danny Kaye 10:00 News-Weather 10:20 Movie 11:55 News 12:00 The Las Vegas Show 2:00 News - Weather WMC-TV (Oiannel 5) 6:00 News 6:10 Tri-State Report 6:15 Weather 6:20 Snorts 6:25 Camera 5 Report 6:30 Girl From U.NC.LE 7:30 Occasional wife 8:00 Tuesday Night Movie 10:00 News 10:10 Don Hickman 10:15 Norm Brewer j 10:20 Sports 10:25 Weather 10:30 Tonight Show 12:00 News 12:15 T. v. Chapel ednenday 6:55 TV Chapel 7:00 Today 9:00 Snap Judgment . 9:25 News 9:30 Concentration 10:00 The Pat Boone S 10:30 Holly wool Sq ll:O0 Jeopardy 11:30 Eye Guess 11:55 News 12:00 Merv Griffin 1:30 Doctors 2.00 Another World 2:30 You Don't Say 3:00 Match Game 3:25 NBC Aft. Nei-3 3:30 Mike Douglass 5:00 Lawman 5:30 Huntley-Erlnkley 6:00 News 6:10 Trl-State Rep 6:15 Weather 6:20 Sports 6:25 Camera 5 6:30 The Virginian 8:00 Best on Record 9:00 T Spy 10:00 News 10:10 Don Hickman 10:15 Norm Brewer 10:25 Sports 10:25 Weather 10 30 Tonight 12:00 News 12:05 TV Chape! MrMPHls WH BO-TV (Channel 13) 6:30 Combat 7:30 Invaders 8:30 Peyton Place 9:00 Fugitive 10:00 Mid-South News 15:15 Moving Wea. 10-20 Sports 10:30 Joey Eishop Wednesday 6:30 University of Michigan 7-no "armnn Time 8:00 Discovery 8:30 Girl Talk 9:00 Jack Lalanne 9:30 Dateline Hollywood 9:55 Children's Dr. 10-00 Supmfct Sweet 10:30 One In A Million 11:00 Everybody's Talking 11:30 Donna Reed 12:00 The Fugitive 1:00 Newlywed G. 1:30 Dream Girl 1:55 News 9-nn Oen HospHai 2:30 Dark Shadows 3:00 Dating G 3:30 Funhouse 4:15 Adv. Time 4:55 Weather 5:00 Peter Jennings 5:30 Cheyenne 6:30 Batman 7:00 Monroes 8:00 Wednesday Night Movie 10:00 News 10:15 Weather 10:20 Sports 10:30 Joey Bishop wi.AC.TV (Channel 5'- 6:00 Newbeat 61 5 Weather B-90 Sport 6:30 A Family Affair 7:00 Marshall Dillon 7:30 Red Skelton Hour 8:30 Petticoat Junction 9:00 National Driveers Test 10:00 Big News 10:15 Radar Weather 10:20 Sports 10:30 Million S Movie 12:15 Las Vegas Show 5 45 Farm News fl-no rountrv J"nrtifm 7-45 Morning New 7:55 Morning Weather 8:00 Caot. Kangaroo 9:00 Mike Douglass 10:00 Andy of Mavberrv 10:30 Dick Van Dyk 11:00 Love of Life TONIGHT BEST BET Ivanov 8:30 (3) (5 Nashville) (Color). Anton Chekhov's drama starring Sir John Gielgud, Claire Bloom, Roland Culver, Angela Bad-deley, Yvonne Mitchell, Richard Pasco and Ronald Radd, will be presented. The play revolves around a moody, introspective, misunderstood man who reacts to the approaching death of his first wife by preparing to marry a second. 6:30 The Girl From U.N. C.L.E. (4) (5) (Color) "The Romany Lie Affair." April and Mark pose as circus performers to trap a Gypsy King and his fortune-telling mother who manipulate the stock market by murdering wealthy shareholders. (Repeat) 6:30 Combat (7) (8) (13) (Color) "Conflict." Exhaustion and lack of sleep lead to a breakdown of morale in Sergeant Saunders' squad. (Repeat) 6:30 Daktari (3) (5 Nashville) (Color). Judy the Chimpanzee disappears into the jungle after being accidentally injected with a deadly virus. (Repeat) 7:30 The Red Skelton Show (3) (5 Nashville) (Color). Guests include Ozzie and Harriet Nelson, and Barbara Mc-Nair, singer. In the main comedy sketch, the Nelsons appear as a loving married couple who become involved in a fraud perpetrated by San Fernando Red. (Repeat) 7:30 The Invaders (7) (8) (13) (Color) "The Mutation." David Vincent searches for a downed flying saucer he saw in the Mexican desert. Suzanne Pleshette guest stars. (Repeat) 7:30 Occasional Wife (4) (5) (Color) "Danger, Woman at Work." Greta's friendship with her new boss causes consternation in Peter's business and social life. (Repeat) 8:00 Tuesday Night at the. Movies (4) (5) (Color) "My Six Loves." Debbie Reynolds, Cliff Robertson and Eileen Heckart star. Whie resting at their Connecticut home, a glamorous Broadway musical comedy star becomes involved with six abandoned youngsters and two romantic suitors. (1962) (Repeat) f 8:30 Peyton Place (13) (Color). Rachel rejects Dr. Rossi's plan for her safety; Rodney urges Norman to accept help; Harrington sets a dangerous plan in motion. 9:00 The Fugitive (7) (8) (13) (Color) "Right in the Middle of the Season." Returning to port with their catch, Kimble and the tuna boat owner find a strike against the cannery in progress. (Repeat) 10:20 The Late Movie (3) "For Heaven's Sake." Robert Cummings and Joan Blondell star. A producer and his actress wife are being watched by two angels sent to earth to help "item", also from heaven, who waited seven years to be born to them. (1950) 10:30 The Million Dollar Movie (5 Nashville) (Color) "The Command." Guy Madison Joan Weldon, James Whitmore star. A wagon train heading West is escorted by a cavalry unit, but an Indian attack and a smallpox epidemic make it a tough trail. (1953) 10:30 The Las Vegas Show (7) (Color). Bill Dana is host to the late night entertainment show live from Las Vegas. This show appears on Channel 3 at midnight and on Channel 5 Nashville at 12:15 a.m. 10:30 The Joey Bishop Show (8) (13) (Color). Joey Bishop is host to interesting and amusing guests. 10:30 The Tonight Show (4) (5) (Color). Johnny Carson is host, Ed McMahon is announcer and Milton DeLugg is music director. 11:25 News 11:30 Search for Tom 11:45 Guiding Light 12-on Noon 12:05 Old Time Sing. 12:30 World Turns 1:00 Password 1:30 House Party 2:00 Tell The Truth 2:25 News 2:30 Edge of Night 3:00 Secret Storm 3:30 Lassie 4:00 Big Show 5:25 Weather 5:30 Walter Cronkite 6:00 Newsbeat 6:15 Weather 6:20 Sports 6:30 Lost in Space 7:30 Bev. Hillbillies 8:00 Green Acres 8:"30 Gomer Pvle 9:00 Let's Go To The Races 9:30 Marshall Dillon 10 00 Big News 10:15 Radar Weather 10- 90 Sports 10:30 Danny Kaye Show 11:30 Las Vegas Show NASHVll.lt WSM-TV (Channel 4) 6:30 Girl From U.N.C L.E. 7:30 Occasional wife 8:00 Tuesday Night Movie 10:00 News 10:15 Weather and Sports 10:30 Tonight Show Wednesday fv5 Mnrnine Woiship 8:00 Bobby Lord Show 7:00 Today 9:00 Snap Judgment 9:25 News 9:30 Concentration 10:00 Pat Boone 10:30 Hollywood Squares 11- 00 Jenpardv 11:30 Eye Guess 12:00 Noon 1:00 Days of Our LI 1:30 Doctors 2:00 Another World 2:30 You Don't Say 3:00 Match Game 3:25 News j 3:30 Happy Time 4:00 Twilight Zone 4:30 Ralph Emery 5:25 Weather 5:30 H'tlev-Brinkley 6:00 Dateline Today' 6:30 Virginian 8:00 Best on Record 9:00 I Spy 10:00 News io-is wr,thp- Snort- 10:30 Tonight WSIX-TV NASHVILLE (Channel 8) 6:30 Combat 7:30 The Invaders 8:30 Peyton Place 9:00 Fugitive 10:00 News 10:30 Joey Bishop Wednesday 6:30 Highway Patrol 7:00 Eozo Show 8:30 Dateline Hollywood 9:55 Children's Doctor 10:00 Super Market 10:30 One In A Million 11:00 Everybody's Talking 11:30 Donna Reed 12:00 The Fugitive j 1:00 Newlywed Game 1:30 Dream Girl 1 1:55 News For Women 2:00 General Hospital 2:30 Dark Shadows 3:00 Dating Game 5:30 Lawman 4:O0 Mr Ed 4:30 McHale's Navy 5:00 ABC News 5:30 Rawhide 6:30 Batman 7:00 Monroes 8:00 Celanese Special 9:00 Cheynne 10:00 News 10:30 Joey Bishop j GEORGE VICAS, who heads NBC-TV's European document- ar unit, told TV Scout now people react when they are on camera. 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