PUBLIC LIBRARY Sixteen Logansport, Indiana, Fharos-fHtrane Telemovies Experiment Encounters Tough Time BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (UP)— Is America's first telemovies experiment heading for the rocks? The danger sign was hoisted today by officials of Video Theaters Inc., the promoters .. a unique test of pay-as;-you-see TV movies in this entire community with private homes wired for reception. "Frankly, we're disappointed," said Kenneth Blackledge, division manager of telemcvies, "but we're not giving up." Some of Bartlesville's 25,000 residents like the telemovies and don't mind plunking down -the $9.50 each month it takes to receive movies each day: Others were disappointed and about 40 cancelled subscriptions. Another sign that the experiment isn't going too well: Phil Hayes, local manager, resigned Monday over "policy differences" with the promoters. After three months of operation, telemovies has 553 subscribers- Hot enough to make a profit even in a small city like Bartlesville. Henry Griffing, president of Video Theaters, says ha is optimistic. "We're still adding connections although, of course, the rate is much slower than in the first few weeks after we started. This is the pattern we expected, and we are well ahead of the level we had projected before we started operations." Several residents said they subscribed because they thought only first run movies would be shown. Lately, they said, second run movies and short subjects have been substituted. Country Market Friday, Dec. 20th at SHERWIN-WR.UAMS Paint Store 310-4th St. by Deer Cra«k Presbyterian Church NOTICE Guilty parties are known who continue, to wctste' their money year after year on high fuel bills . . . . These persons are requested to report tor ROSS REID ROOFING CO, at once for a free insulation estimate. They will! not only save their money but keep much warmer,, Follow these instruction]: a* once, phone 3388. No down payment required and payments as low as $5.00 per month. HIGH-FIDEUTY ULTIMATE HI-FI CONSOLE UNIT- EQUIPPED WITH AM-FM TUNER! 15" woofer and three 5M" tweet- era! Sonotone cartridge and diamond styli. Exclusive tuning eye arid colored tone indicator. Wood cabinet in Imperial Mahogany, Swedish Oak or Cherry finish. (Model 15KT24) HIGH-FIDEUTY LOW-PRICEt) HI-FI CONSOLE HAS CONCERT HALL TONE QUALITY! Fullest tone range from 12", 6" and 4' speakers 16-watt amplifier and all hi-fi controls! Imported 4-flpeed changer, plus record repeater. In Imperial Mahogany or Swedish Dak finish. $1AQ95 (Model 5K21). "IOTF Scotties TV W. F. SCOTT FLANiGIN ACE HARDWARE 312 E. Mkt. Phone 4780 Walton Mr. and Mrs. Keith Erny are the parents of a son born' at St. Joseph hospital. The mother is the former Pat'Sievers of Logansport. The Thimble club will have a Christmas luncheon Thursday at the home of Mrs. Audrey Butz. Members were requested to take a covered dish and a gift for exchange. The Lutheran Women's Guild met at ttie nome of Mrs. Jack Seimrall. Devotions were led by Mrs. George Long. It was voted to prepare baskets for two needy families. Contests were won by Mrs. Wilbur Mehaffie and Mrs. Gerald Jones. A gift exchange was held. Refreshments were served to 16 members and one guest, Mrs. Woodrow Butz. The Willing Workers class of the Methodist church have char.gec their 'meeting date to ,Dec. 20, al the home of Mrs/ Florence Miller. Co-hostess is Mrs. Mable Montgomery. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Burrous attended a Farm Bureau meeting in Chicago. Chester Martin stayed at their home during their absence. The WSCS of the Salem church will meet Wednesday evening al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Davis for a Christmas supper for members and their families. Mrs. Addie Kay will be co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shaffer received word Friday of the death of Mrs.-Ray Brock in Merionmed, m. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Widner and Mr. and Mrs. Harold O'Blenis attended the Christmas Convocation at Purdue on Sunday. The Walton elevator company employees and directors and their wives attended a turkey dinner Thursday evening at the Lutheran church. Elmer Plank was master of ceremonies and introduced new employees and their wives. Mrs. Phyllis Shaffer illustrated in chalk the hymns, "Bringing in the Sheaves" and "0 Little Town of Bethlehem". Rev. Dee Shaffer; poke briefly. Mr. and Mrs. James Hall showed colored slides of their 7,000 mile vacation trip to Niagara Falls, Valley Forge, Atlantic City, New York, Maine, Nova Scotia and Canada. About 50 persons were present. a collection of' fake paintings to an Iserlohn dealer who became suspicious. According to police, the two men had been sought by Interpol, the international police organization, for several years and had collected about $1,500,000 in six years working their racket. 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