The La Crosse Tribune from La Crosse, Wisconsin on November 12, 1960 · 13
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The La Crosse Tribune from La Crosse, Wisconsin · 13

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Ca CCrnocp Jribmie No'- MONDAY Not. 14 TTV TIME. TABLE (llittrfa art tubjrrt It latt annul th.ns.i nhout nonet) WMT-TV Ch. 2 Cedar Rapid KSTP-TV -Ch. 5 St. Paul KGLO-TV Ch. 3 .Mason City WKBT-TV Ch. La Crosse W ISf-TV -Ch. 2 Madison (JV) KROC-TV Ch. 10 Rmhrsirr VCCO-TV Ch. I Minneapolis MEAt-TV Ch. IS l.au Claire it. : AC-; y' k.( .ii rf.r ''1 V, ry Moore. The immediate reac-'tion, recalls Moore, was a bug-! gmg out of the eyes. How often do you run into a six-year -old whos 5-feet 8 inches tall? But once they got over the initial shock, they never questioned the fact that I was six-going-on-seven. I One boy was a little suspicious because his father had told him 'he was too young to have a real ! wrist watch and I was wearing lone. I told him it was my big brothers and that he was letting me wear it for the day. Of almost 40 children brought before the hidden cameras that ,day, about a dozen heard the Garry Moore, an experienced, adults we try to catch unawares camera grinding, spotted some-Candid Camera participant by will notice the camera or micro-!thing behind the two-way mirror, virtue of the fact that this years phone at some point in the se- , Patw stranee attach- expanded half-hour program wasjquence, notes Funt. me!!? on the phone Tthe Se a regular weekly feature on the, But one out of every three or jn ront of them just generai. Garry Moore Show last season, four children in the same situa- Sy fejt tbat something strange was guest stars as a shy six-year-tion will catch on quickly to what ggjng on old whos big for his age on the were doing. Whether the child was suspi- program on Sunday, Nov. 13, at 9 Their perceptiveness and re- cious or not each was sent horne p.m. on CBS-TV. jlentless curiosity will make them a cab folU)wing the interview so Moore, disguised in bermuda notice anything at all thats un- that they couWn-t communicate shorts and introduced individual-familiar or unlikely, continues .their experiences to others in their ly to first grade students, ad- Funt. class who hadn-t had their turn mits to the youngsters that hesj But observed through the lens beore the candid cameras, afraid to enter a new school be-'of a concealed camera, children j- There's a great mechanical cause he doesnt know The Pledge are almost a race apart frwJ awareness on the part of kids of Allegiance. j adults. Children are less inhibit-' these days m3 Funt That-s led, more interesting, more per-jwby so many of them spotted our The children quickly volunteer, ceptive, more expressive. In eqUjpment. The fact, however, to teach Moore the Pledge, or short, they re far and away the they accepted Garry as a six-more accurately, their version of most difficult, and yet the best, I is another story altogeth- . 1 nnnliM mi , Vv 1 tm 99 mm. J I LITTLE BOY GARRY Guest star Garry Moore is introduced to first grade children as a shy six-year-old whos big for his age before the hidden cameras of Candid Camera Sunday at 9 p.m. on CBS-TV (Chan. 8). This little girl, never questioning the fact of Moores age and assuring him that shed be his friend if he entered her class, served him a cup of make-believe tea. CANDID CAMERA' Garry Plays Little In Guest Role Candid Camera creator A1-! bi setting up for the Garry baj Tommy was very big for len Funt has long believed that, sequences, cameras and jjis age we allayed their fears children make the best candid microphones were hidden in an an(j removed the surprise ele-subjects. But catching the young-! empty classroom. One child at a!ment And by saying he was shy sters off guard is not as simple time was brought into the roomand frightened, we aroused their as it might seem. jan seated at a small table. Funt gypipathy and their protective About one out of every 275' then explained that a new boy, 'Tommy, was entering the school but that he was shy and frightened because he was rather big for his age. When the child indi- The SMART Way To HEAR Better Sonotones latest miniature hearing aid can be worn with good-looking glasses by both mn and women. The 66 ( plus tuLe and eartip) is the best all-at-the-Tab model we ever made. Also worn without glasses. SONOTONE 113 Fifth Ave. So. La Crosse, V is. DIAL 2-2991 STANLEY P. BABULA, D. M. ' i uJ 4 Y y ? . . i candid subjects, cated that the problem was un-.not to be frightened because I derstood, Tommy was brought in was bigger than the teacher. An-and introduced. other little girl assured me that Tommy, of course, was Gar-no one would pick on me in her class and said that she and a lit-; tie boy friend of hers would always stand on either side of me.j Best of all, I 'relearned the pledge to the flag. I discovered that It goes like this: I pledge a lergence to the flag of the United States of America, and to the Republicans for which it stance. One nation, under guard, invisible with liverty and justice for all. 4 VVVn f s Wj-s. ( . , VbT--; -.V lN 1 1 Funt said. CUED CT dCUECrt; nn? and TELEVISION DANNY'S HOUSE OF MUSIC 4 FLOORS OF MUSIC 307-309 Main St., La Crosse, Wis. er. By warning them in advance instincts. They were very careful not to hurt his feelings. 6 The kids were just wonderful, notes Moore. One told me 7:30 4 Flying Saucer 5-10-13 Today 7:45 3W Newsreel Album . 8:00 2 33W 4-News 8:15 2 S 3W-4 Capt. 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