Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 31, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 31, 1957
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Tuesday Evening, December 31, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuno Three Sid Caesar to Return To TV on January 26 NEW YORK (UP)—For many of 'Us, television entertainment vanished abruptly last May 15 fellow who has Tim Buctoo on radar to warn him in case he comes too close to the melody." when Sid Caexar left NBC and it "Everybody Knows Th c m" won't come back until Sid does. ^ sort of material Caesar Well, the happy day, or night, j fcels _ [s not loo . insidei . . or cso . is almost here. Ueric' for a nationwide audience. On Sunday, Jan. 26, a half-hour < .^he magicians—I mean musi- show titled, "Sid Caesar Entertains" will debut at 9 p. m. e.s.t. over the ABC-TV Network and the world will be back in shape again. In discussing the new format, Caesar said, "We won't have time for special dancing, singing or cians, even though they try to make the melody disappear—are all over. Everybody knows about them. It's not local," he said. As to reports that he refused to do a half-hour show for NBC and then went over to ABC and a half- production numbers. It's going to:hour show, Caesar said, "That's PriHlUdlUIl ItUUlUKl O. 113 ev ljl e >-v • lIUlll O*JV/Y>, ^•nv.iw. -J«'^ P — be packed with comedy." Aiding,the story they put out at NBC. him will be such comedy pros as I Actually, they wanted me to dis- Coca, Carl Reiner and [solve my company, go here, go there, do a show here, there, now and then. I wanted to be on every Paul Reed. Shrugs Off Ratings . week with my company. You jus like on Looking fit as he relaxed in an ^ £™ ^ "—mpany „; upholstered swwe chair m his, continuity, to be . . plush penftousooff.ee, wdh wall-, w for ^ to - wall carpetmg underfoot, a ^ ^ half _ hour _ rm gelling vhat 7 want at ABC and that's vhy I'm back." Welcome. oil paintings and bookshelves on all sides, Caesar shrugged offta'.k ALL SIDES, Caesar shrugged off about ratings. "You know how it goes. You work hard, put forth a tremendous effort to put on the best show possible. Then the figures come in —and they kill you! Whatever the figures say, okay. Why fight it? Why worry in advance?" As he talks, Caesar employs more than mere words to make Royal Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaisdale are on a trip to California over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Everman went to Pheonix, Ariz., to spend Christmas and New Years with their daughter, .Rosabelle and fam- niOIe UleUl lliUlt; WUlua lu lllwuv. uy his point. A shrug of the shout- p v (._ Wayne E. Knight, son of der, wave of the hand, a chuckle I ^ rs _ T rene Knight of route 1, Roy- or grunt all help him flavor his meaning. Caesar notes that television — al Center, has recently been assigned to the 3rd Infantry Division, Fort Benr.ing, Ga., where he uaesar noies LIIUL LCIUVISIUH — sion, rorc tsenr.ing, ua., wneru n« now loaded with variety shows w ;u un jorgo military training and and westerns—appears to have wil i accompany the Marine Divi- taken a vacation from comedy. "People should have more of a choice," he said. "There should be a balance. In the 1920s and '30s, no matter how elaborate the shows were on Broadway, how beautiful the girls, the scenery median, they missed. They had to and music—if there was no co- edy balances things off." Viewer Is Not Alone The basis of his humor, Caesar said, is identification. "When I do send out for one in a hurry. Coma sketch, I tiy to say some* ing. 1 try to show people they are not alone. Say you have trouble with . . .oh, something like tying a shoelace. We'll have even more trouble tying that shoelace and sion to Germany next spring. Sgt. Ben Allison of the US Marine Corps and Mrs. Allison are spending 30 days here with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Allison, Sr. Mrs. Iva Beauchamp spent the Christmas holidays in East Spart, Ohio, with Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Beauchamp and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beauchamp and families. Mrs. Mattie Freshour is spending two weeks with her son, R. E. Frushour and family at Niles, Mich. Davoe Dyer received serious injury to his eyes and face last Thursday while working as a die 'caster at Alpha Industries in Logansport. Use Our Budget Account! «„....... -j—o — —, Crooked Creek church will ob- you'll feel better knowing you re serve universal Prayer Week with n< * a lone - ., . . ., (services on Sunday, Jan. 5. Above all, my comedy is guid-1 The Masons will nave pu t>lic in- .edby taste I would rather forego : stal , ation Mond evening, Dec. the laugh than do something in .« a t 7 D m bad taste. Remember Cool Cees,, fa Florence Mede returned to the jazz saxophone player? He h winter home in Miami Fla . ( was so nearsighted. We didn t realize it, but this offended a num-; ber of people and as soon as we! T h n - nf heard about it, we dropped him.: J ° n ^ %. ^ ° He'll never be back. In his place !° r ' ^ we have Progress Hornsby, an- _ . . —. -i- j L j other cool sax player . . .The Kead the LlOSSITied AQS son of M and Mrs . c t is home from the N As the clock strikes 1958, we take pleasure in thanking you, our dear friends and pa- trons, for having helped to make the depart- ing year such a happy one for us. It is our sincere wish that the new calendar holds 365 days full of joy and success in store for you and your loved ones. . CLOSED MONDAYS Shop Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat., 9-5 Friday 9 a. m.-9 p. m. MARTEX BATH TOWELS Wamsuila sheets and pillow cases are the best there are! This deluxe percale feels luxurious and wears indefinitely! Buy now and save $1.00 on each sheet! Plain Hem Reg. 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Appealing designs and colors on white backgrounds in Valtex Fabrics by Pricilla and Spring Knight broadcloth. 36" wide and just what you need for kitchen tablecloths, curtains, aprons and covers. Reg. 59c—65c yd. Now 2 yds. 1.00 Koolfoam Slummer Pads A Kooloam slumber pad will give you more; comfort, more sleep from any mattress, old or new. Extra thick 100% pure foam latex ... fabric backed, allergy free ... washable. Twin-Bed Size -.„ reg. 7.95 sale 6.95 Double-Bed Size reg. 9.95 sale 8,95 MAIL ORDER COUPON The Golden Rule, 409-415 E. Broadway, Logansport, Ind. Please send following items: Item Quantity Size Color —Charge —Check — C.O.D. —Money Order HEIRLOOM BEDSPREAD BATES "Pride of Virginia 1 It's reversible! Made .of fine quality yarn in a strikingly beautiful design. Single and double bed sizes in white, antique white, pink, yellow and green. Reg. 14.95 only 12.95 LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY

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