Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 18, 1966 · Page 5
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Friday, November 18, 1966
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irv Review Slapstick Surprise On My 3 Sons By CYNTHIA LOWRY NEW YORK (AP) "My Three Bons," the CBS series, seems to go on smoothly from year to year specializing in warm family relationships, gentle comedy, a discreet laugh traclt and a very comfortable it not dramatic Nielsen rating. Over the seasons the half-hour Show has survived a change of networi<s, substituted William Dcmarest for tlie late William Frawley as tlie crochety, lovable senior member of the family. It married oft — and out of the show — the oldest son who outgrew his part and replaced him with an appealing little boy who started out as a visiting orphan but now 'is a bona fide offspring. It made all these sliifts witli- out causing so much as a ripple of discomfort for tho program's devotees. But "My Three Sons" went on a wild, tearing Soupy Sales binge Thursday nighl. It was all very unexpected. Robbie, currently the number one son, started a birthday supply operation that became suddenly big business during one of tlie father's absences. In fact, the boys were so busy maldng birthday cakes, they forgot tlieir father's birtliday — very typical of "My Three Sons" style with a nice little moral building up. Then suddenly everybody gathered in the kitchen and started heaving cakes at each other — .37 of them in fact — as the laugh track whooped it up and whipped cream was scattered all over. Friends of the program devoutly hope this was just sometiiing the writers had to get out of their systems. On another fi-ont, NBC's "Daniel Boone" goes its busy way as an early evening program designed to entertain and amuse children in the audience. Although it is set in the Revolutionary War period, it looks like a western and very often it acts like a western. Thursday night's episode featured a shootout between a good Indian named Red Sky and a bad Indian named Tall Deer. For all the presence of Boone's wife and children and occasional lectures on sportsmanship, manners and fair play, it manages to inject plenty of action and — let's face it — violence into most episodes. , TONIOHT 6:00-2 Til«i ef Weill Firgo 3 Cactut Pata N«Wi 8 F(eneh Chaf •I Norvilla Dollar 15-4-5 Waafhar 6:30-2-3 Grean Hornet (color) 4-12 The Wild, Wild Wear (color) 5-6 Tarzan (color) 8 Your Dollar'! Worth 11 World of Lowell Thoma* 7:00-2-3 The Time Tunnel (color) 11 Of Landa and Seat (color) 7:30-4-12 HoB»n'» Heroei (color) 3-6 The Man From UNCLE (color) 8 What's New 8:00-2-3 Mllfon Barle (color) 8 Newt 4-12 Movie; Becaute They're Young. Dick Clark, Michael Callen, Tueiday Weld. 8 Pasiport. Beauties ef Bangkolc. 11 Movie: Dawn Patrol. Errol Flynn, David Nlyen, The conflict of two Brifith daredevil pilofi during wartime. 8:30-5-6 T.H.E. Cat (color) 8 Spectrum 9:00-2-3 12 O'clock High (color) 5-6 Laredo (color) 8 Struggle For Peace 9:30—8 Biography: Joteph Stalin 10;00-2-3-4-5-6.12 Newt 8 N.E.T. Playhooie. Victoria Regina: Fall. 11 Alfred HitchcocV 10:15-5-6 Tonight Show (color) 12 Weather 10:20-2 Sports 3 Movie: Not of Thii larth 4 Weather 10:25-4 Eye-line 10:30-2 Movie: The Outrage. Paul Newman, lauranee Harvey. 4 Movie:* Tribute To A Badmen. Jamei Cagney, Irene Papai. ' 12 Movie: Boy On a Dolphin. Sophia Loran, Alan Lidd. 11:00 -11 Movie: Gueaf In the Hooia. Ralph Bellamy, Anne Baxter. A dramt of inianity and tuipenie when when a younfl «lrl caoiea tutpleloui and dittruit between • hutband and wife. 11:20-3 Sfcgarfoot 12:00-5 Merv Griffin 12:20-4 Movie: Walk Eatf on Beacon. George Murphy, Virginia Gilmore. 12:30-2 Movie: Sainfi Double Trouble. George Sanden. 3-12 Nawm 1:30-5 Weather 2:10-4 Newt " JATURDAY nOCKAM Mernlnfl 5:30-4 Sunrlie Semeatef -WATCHIW; TV. 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Randolph Scott. 5:00-5-6 Frank McGee (color) . . 5:30—3 lawman 5-6 Telephone Hour (color) 12 Newt ivening 6:00-2-3 Voyage to the Bottom el the tea. 4-12 lastie (color) 11 Movie: lovo of Three Queent. Hedy lemarr. Robert Beatty (color) 6:30-4-12 It't About Time (color) 54 World of Color (color) 7:00-2-3 F.B.I. 4-12 Ed Sullivan (color) 7:30—5-6 Hey Landlord (color) II The Deputy 8:00-2-3 Movie: Courtship of Eddies Father (color) 4-12 Garry Moore Show (color) 5-6 BonenzB (color) 11 Focut on St. Louit 9:00-4-12 Candid Camera (color) 5-6 Andy Williams (color) M Movie: His Girl Friday. Cary Grant, Rosalind Russell. A girl reporter, helps e'condemned men escape prison. 9:30-4-12 What's My Line (color) 10:00-2-3-4-5-6-12 News 10:15-2-3 Weekend News 4-12 Sunday Big Newt . S. ban Devina (color) 6 Movie: On Moonlight Bay. Dorit Day, Gordon MacRae. (color) 10:30-2 Movie: Wrong Arm of the Law. Peter Selert, Bernard Jeffriet. 3 Movie: Wind Across the Everglades. 4 Movie: Yankee Bucaneer. Jeff Chandler, Susan Ball, 5 Movie: TBA 12 Merv Griffin Show IO;45-n. Movie: Jail Breakers, Robert Hutton, Mery Castle. Three escaped convictt travel to ghost town. 11:45—2 Scope 12:00—2 Outdoor Living 12:15-2 Newt; Credo 12:20—4 Movie: The Actress. Spencer Tracy, Jean Simmons. 12:30—3 Newt 1:00^5 Newt' 2:00—4 Newi Warns Grange Of Raids On Road Funds MINTSTEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) — If a current anti-liighways campaign is successfu, the National Grange'was warned Wednesday, "the taxes we pay for road« ttds nation needs will be used instead to subsidize rapid rail transit or sotne other non- highway purpose." Arthur C. Butler, director of the National Highway Users Conference, said urban interests are seeking to "raid" the federal ))ighway trust fund and could threaten completion of the interstate highway system. He said rail systems for urban commuters would benefit most from a raid on the trust fund. Butler said he doesn't oppose a balanced approach to transit problems "so long as it does not mean using highway money to balance the books of other transportation forms which tend to run in the red." He pointed out that the highway fund resulted from a user tax on such items as gasoline. Butler told the Grange's 100th convention that farm people have M vital interest at stake. I .'.'Your.taxes, levied and dedi- -cated to highways on which your products could ride to market, and on which you could drive to and from the cities, will be used instead for a facility to serve urban ters," he said. commu- Slayer Of Six Gets The Chair NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) Arthur J. Davis, convicted of slaying six persons in a shooting spree, was sentenced Thursday to death in the electric chair The sentence was handed down by three judges who convicted Davis less than 24 hours earlier on six counts of first-degree murder. 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