Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 15, 1966 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1966 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Three Children Perish In Fire CHICAGO (AP)—A South Side woman was forced to look on helplessly Monday as flames ale through her frame cottage, killing her three small children. The mother, Mrs. Barbara - REVIVAL - Casey Ave. Baptist Church Ist and Casey Nov. 16—27 7:30 P.M. Special Singing each evening Bro. PAUL TAAKA Song Leader Everyone Welcome W. C. "BUSS" HART, Pastor Edwards, 21, managed to save herself after the flash fire erupted. Dead are her sons, Shawn, 3, and Mark, 10 months; and her daughter, Roseland, 2. Chief Robert Donlinger of (ho 12th Battalion said Mrs. Edwards was standing outside the house screaming when his men arrived. She told police she had turned up a stove to waiin the house and gone back to bed. The 'next thing she knew, she said, the house was aflame. Chief Donlinger estimated damage at $3,G00. He said (he fire started at the rear of the first floor of the building, when a gas stove overheated. Coach Hank Stram of the Kansas City Chiefs says Otis Taylor, 23, is the finest flanker prospect to come to the American FootlDall League since Lance Alworlh. Possibility Of TV Actor Strike NEW YORK (AP)—The possibility of a midnight walkout by members of two performer unions S |)urred efforts today to work out a new contract between the unions and the television and radio networks. Strike votes were taken across the nation by members of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. NcRotiators for the 18,500- member Guild and 17,500-member AFTRA have been meeting in Joint sessions with representatives of the networks and independent producers and advertising agencies. The AFL-CIO unions seek a three-year contract for performers to incicase their daily pay rate from $105 to $130. In the Mt Vernon Area, who's the In Crowd tolking to? Buick dealers, mostly. TV Review Competition Knocks Off 'Run, Buddy' By CYNTmA LOWRY AF Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Now that it seems certain that "Run, Buddy, Run," will come to an abrupt halt around the first of the year, it becomes a matter of academic interest to attempt to diagnose the series' fatal malady. The short-lived CBS series has a lot In its favor. There is Jack Sheldon, in the title role, for one thing. He first survived tht? unforturiate "Cara Williams Show." In playing a jive-talking musician, he impressed CBS enough to cast him in another series. Sheldon was talked about in Hollywood earlier this year as "a new Buddy Hackett." As Buddy Overstreet, a scared, naive, nice guy pursued by a murder - minded crime syndicate, Sheldon managed comedy sequences like a veteran and even achieved some characterization. Even if the show stops, Sheldon surely will run further. Probably the real killers of "Run, Buddy, Run" are not the script writers but a classic Western. "The Iron Hoi-se!' and a comedy-fantasy, "I Dream of Jeannie" on the other networks. Another of this season's losers, NBC's "Roger Miller Show" not only encountered some of the toughest competition of any show in any schedule, but also suffered because it is a variety show set in an early-evening time period when comedy and adventure shows reign supreme. Miller, with only a half hour, has no time to fool around. Monday night his guest star, Bobby Darin, went right to work and sang a number of songs. Miller played and sang a bit and the Doodletown Pipers had one number. The setting was handsome, the production was good and the performances were professional. It is just that it is opposite the unconquerable "Lucy Show" and the season's one real new hit, "Rat Patrol." Many programs much worse than "Run, Buddy, Run" and "The Roger Miller Show" have survived for second and third seasons. Watching TV TONIOHT 6:00-2 Tales of Wells Fargo 3 Cactus Pete 4.5-6-12 New, 8 Big Picture 11 Bobby lord dilS -'i .S Weather 6:30—2-3 Combat (color) 4-n Dal«tari (color) 5-6 Girl From UNCLE (color) 8 Spectrum II Bobby Lord 7:00-8 U.S.A. Artists 11 Islands in the Sun 7:30—2-3 The Rounders (color) 4-12 Red Skelton (color) £-6 Occasional Wife (color) 8 What's New 8:00-2-3 The Proitts of Southampton (color) 5-6 Movie: Wild and Wonderful. Tony Curtis. 8 Passport. The Sends of Time. 11 Laramie 8:30-2-3 Love On A Rooftop (color) 4-12 Petticoat Junction (color) 8 French Chef 9:00-2-3 The Fugitive (color) 4-12 Special: The State of the Union'(color) 8 U.S.A. Poets 11 An Evening with Eddy Arnold (color) Black And White Or COLOR TV Comes In Better On CABLE TV Phone 242-5684 Today MT. VERNON CABLE TV 1306 Broadway HLER'S JEFFERSON MOTORS, 816 Jordan, Mt. Vernon, III. Five straight IC4A ' cross 20untry championships were won by the Kennedys of Michigan State. Henry Kennedy won the title in 1935 and 1956. His brother Forddy won the title the next three years. 9:30-8 Biography: Woodrow Wilson. 10:00-2-3-4-5-6-12 News 11 Alfred Hitchcock 10:15-5-6 Tonight Show (color) 12 Weather 10:20-2 Sports 3 Moive: Too Much Too Soon 4 Weather 10:25-4 Eye-line 10:30-2 Movie: Th» Unknown Man. Walter PIdgeon,. Ann Harding. 4 AAovie: Desk Set. Spencer Tcacy, Katherine Hepburn. 12 Movie: Count Three end Pray. Van Heflin, Joann* Woodward. 11:00—11 Movie: Finger Man. Frank lovefoy, Forrest Tucker. A hi-jacker, turned informer, helps internel revenue men destroy an illicit whiskey syndicate. 12:00-5 Merv Griffin 12:15-12 News 12:30 —4 Movie: The Bamboo Prison. Robert Francis, Dianne Foster. 1:00-3 News 1:30—2 News; Credo 2:00 —4 News At Illinois Power Company it's our business to serve you better . .with trained manpower, prepared for anything Linemen at Illinois Power have a habit of looking at the sky. And with good reason. When there's wind, snow or sleet on the way, they know they're in for a battle. And they're prepared. They're experts at their job, skilled in solving line troubles fast. They're ready with modern equipment and fleets of special-purpose vehicles that speed their work. And they're ready with that .special kind of dedication it takes to climb out bf a warm bed on a Stormy night and work under any conditions until power is restored. No matter where ttiey're stationed, Illinois Power line crews are always ready U> ihove into action anywhere in the 15,000 square miles of lUuiois we serve. ; , I IT'S OUR BUSINESS TO SERVE Y O U' B E T T E R ILLINOIS POWER COMPANY WEDNESDAY PROGRAM Morning 5:20 -4 News 5:30—4 Sunrise Semester 6 :00 —4 Town and Country 12 Sunrise Semastar 6 :30 -4 P.S. Four 5 Focus Your World 12 Chuck Wagon Gang 6:45 —2 Farm Report 12 Breakfast Show 6 :50—2 Country Music Caravan 7:00—5-6 Today (color) 7:05-4-12 Morning News. 7:25-5 News. 7:30 —4 Morning Scene 7:40 -4 World of Mr. Zoom. 8:00-2 Tree House Tfm» 4-12 Capt. Kangaroo 8:30—2 Ramper Room. 9:00-3 Jack LaLanna 4 -12 I Love Lucy (color) 5-6 Eye-Guess (color) 9:25-5-6 News 9:30—2 Score Four 3 M-Not For Hire; T-TH- Callfornians; W-F- Family Theatre. 4-12 Real McCoys 5-6 Concentration 10:00—2-3 Supermarket Sweepstakes 4 -12 Andy of Mayberry 5-6 Chain Letters; Pat Boone Show (color) 10:30—2-3 The Dating Game (color) 4-12 Dick Van Dyka 6-6 Show Down; The Hollywood Squares (color) 10:45-11 News 11:00-2-3 Donna Reed 4-12 Love of Life 5-6 Jeopardy (color) 11 Modern Almanac 11:30-2-3 Father Knows Best 4-12 Search For Tomorrow 5-6 Swinging Country (color) 11:55-5-6 News Afternoon 12:00-2 Charlotte Petera 3-11 Ben Casey 4-5-6-2 News 12:05-4 Dennis ttia Menance 5 Noon Show (color) 12il5 -6 Pastor Speaks 12 Farm Picture 12:30-4-12 As The World Turns 5-6 Let's Make A Deal (color) , 12:55-5-6 News 1:00—2-3 Newlywed Game 4-12 Password 5-6 Day of Our llvei (color) li V, cDay Movie (color) (color) 1:30-2-3 A Time For U» 4-12 House Party (color) 5-6 The Doctors 1:55-2-3 News, Woman's Touch 2:00-2-3 General Hospital 4-12 To Tell Tha Truth 5-4 Another World (color) 2:25-4-12 News 2:30-2-3 The Nurses 4-12 The Edge of Night 5-6 You Don't Say (color) I) Bps! of Groucha 3:00-2-3 Dark Shadow* (coM 4 -12 Saerat Storm 5-6 Match Gam« (color) 11 Topper 3:25-5-6 News 3:30-2-3 Where the Action li. 4 Early Show 5 Mike Douglas 6 TV Bingo 11 Three Stooges 4:00-2 Dobie Gillis 3 The Hour 4 Popeye (color) 4:30—2 lassie 6 Cheyenne 12 Punch and Judy Show (color) 4:45-11 Rocky and His Friends 5:00-2 News 3 M-W-F Adventure Club; Tu-Zorro; Th- Lone Ranger^ 4 Leave If To Beaver 11 Superman n You Asked For It 5:30-3 Rocky and His Friends 4-12 News £-6 Huntley and Brinkley (color) 11 Huckleberry Hound 5:45-12 Scoreboard 5:50-12 Weather Evening 6:00-2 Tales of Wells Fargo 3 Cactus Pete 4-5-6-12 News 8 Struggle For Peace 11 PDQ (color) 4-5 Weather 6:30—2-3 Batman (color) 4-12 Lost In Space (color) 5-6 The Virginian (color) 8 N.E.T. Journal 11 True Adventure (color) 7:00—2-3 The Monroes (color) 11 Of Lands and Seas (color) 7:30-4-12 Beverly Hillbillies (color) 8 What's New 8:00-2-3 The Man Who Never Was (color) 4-12 Green Acres (color) 5-6 Bob Hope Theatre (color) 8 Passport. Beachcombers. 11 Movie: Key Largo. Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall. Gangsters taka over a Florida Hotel. 8:30—2-3 Peyton Place (color) 4-12 Corner Pyle USMC. (color) 8 News 9:00-2-3 ABC Stage '67 (color) 4-12 Danny Kaye (color) 5-6 I Spy (color) 9:30-8 Biography: Winston Churchill I. 10:00-2-3-4-5-6-12 News 11 Alfred Hitchcock 10:15—5 Tonight Show (color) 6 Accent 10:20—2 Sports 3 Rebel 4 Weather 10:25-2 Weather 4 Eye-line 12 Sports 10:30—2 Movie: Zotr. Jim Backus, Cecil Kellaway. 4 Movie: Lisbon. Ray Milland, Maureen O'Hara. 12 Movie: It Should Happen to You. Judy HoHiday, Jack Lemmon. 10:45-6 Tonight Show (color) 10:50—3 Trackdown jl-OO—ll Movie: Jennifer. Ida Lupino; Howard Duff. A girl gets a job as a caretaker of an estate end becomes involved in murder. 11:20-3 Movie: Thunder Over Plains. 12KX>—5 Merv Griffin 12:10—12 News 12:15-2 Movie: The Falcon in Mexico. Tom Conway, Rita Corday. 4 Movie: Life Begins at 17. Mark Damon, Dorothy Johnson. 12:30-3 News 1:30-5 Weather 1:40-4 News Fisher Claims Liz' Mexican Divorce Invalid LOS ANGELES (AP) - Singer Eddie Fisher has filed a divorce suit against Elizabeth | Taylor, saying her 1964 Mexican divorce from him is invalid. He said he was not represented when her decree was granted. The 34-year-old actress is now married to British actor Richard Burton. Fisher, 38, once the husband of actress Debbie Reynolds, asked in the suit filed Monday that the court rule his marriage to Miss Taylor valid, then grant him a divorce, divide community property and determine who should have custody of Liza Todd Fisher, Miss Taylor's | daughter by Todd. I The suit alleges Miss Taylor deserted Fisher in 1962. 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