The Times Record from Troy, New York on September 7, 1968 · Page 28
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The Times Record from Troy, New York · Page 28

Troy, New York
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Saturday, September 7, 1968
Page 28
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TV Sunday Morning UI ID s 111 r- Q a: - z o UI 0. b. i z o DC o u 8:00 8:30 9:80 9:30 3:45 10:00 10:30 11:00 (6) Chistophers (10) Look Up and Live (13X Cathedral of Tomorrow 6) This Is the Life (10) Table of the Lord (6) Southern Baptist Hour (13) Annie Oakley (6) Headlines in Religion (10) Town and Country (13) Jlillon the Monster (6) Your Museum (6) Space Angel (10) Tom and Jerry (13) Linus (6) Casper (10) Underdog (13) Bugs Bunny (6) Bugs Bunny (10) Tennessee Tuxedo (13) Bullwinkle 11:30 fi) Rifleman (10) Face the Nation (13) Discovery 68 Afternoon 1:00 (0) Bowling (10) Movie "The Amazing Transparent Man," Marguerite Chapman. (13) Movie "Broth of a Boy," Barry Fitzgerald. 1:00 (6) Meet the Press (13) Issues and Answers 1:30 (C) Jets Huddle 2:M (6) Pro Football Patriot-; vs. Bills at Bufalo. (13) True Adventure 2:3» (13) Treasure 3:00 (10) Tennis U.S. Open Tennis Championship from Forest Hills. (13) Wackiest Ship 4:00 (13) News Special "Rehearsal for D-Day" is a story o£ the Dieppe Raid in 1942. · 5:00 (6)' World Series of Golf Final Round from Akron, Ohio. (10) 21st Century Bats, Birds and Bionies. (13) Movie "Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?" Dean Martin and Elizabeth Montgomery 5:30 (10) Amateur Hour Evening (:00 (10) Julie London The singing Hi-Los, Bobby Troop and Jerry Fielding are featured. (17) Headlines in Religion 11:15 (17) London Line i:3fl (6) Area News (17) NET Journal Barry Goklwater and William Miller discuss their 1964 campaign. 7:00 (6) Frank McGec Report (10) Lassie (13) Voyage 7:30 («) Walt Disney's World Two young brothers (Billy Mumy a n d Michael McGreevey) find an injured seal at the beach and hide it in the family garage. Fart 2. (Id) Ed Sullivan Ninety-minute tribute to Irving Berlin on his 80th birthday. Guests joining - in the salute include Bing Crosby, E t h e l Merman, Robert Goulet, Diana Ross the Supremes, Peter Gennaro, Harry James, Morecambe. and Wise, Fred Waring and others. (17) NET Festival The American television premiere of Leni Riefenstahl's film classic on the 1936 Berlin O l y m p i c Games. This is the first of a four-part series and includes coverage of Jesse Owens' dramatic victories. 8:*0 (13) Around the World of Mike Todd Documentary special explores three areas pf the colorful life of the fabulous showman. Orson Welles is narrator. Appearing on the program is Elizabeth Taylor providing her own personal recollection. 8:30 (G) Mothers-in-Law When the rock V roll group they invested in fails to show at a recording session, the Hubbards and the Buells wind up as The Mamas and the Papas-in- law. 9:00 (6) Bonanza A married woman (Julie Harris) with two children falls in love with Hoss. (lO)Film Feature (17^ NET Playhouse "Victoria Regina: Spring." This is the first in a series of four plays about the life of Queen Victoria, based on Laurence Housman's dramatic biography. (13) Movie "Under the Yum Yum Tree." Jack Lemcnon as a bachelor landlord of an apartment house packed with pretty girls. Co-stars are Carol Lynley, Edie Adams, Dean Jones, Imo'- gene Coca, Paul Lynde and Robert Lansing. 1«:OB (6) High Chaparral Buck, Victoria, Manolito and Don Sebastian become prisoners o£ a disgruntled Civil War veteran (Daniel O'Her.lihy) and his disheveled army who are planning to take over. (16) Mission Impossible The force creates a diversion in a museum to steal back a secret steel alloy. (17) Summer Festival "The Scottish G a m e s." Coverage of the event which brings together people of Scottish descent from Central New York and Canada to Liverpool. 11:00 (6) (10) News, Weather and Sports 11:20 (6) Movie "Pirates of the Coast," Lex Barker. War between England and Spain. Romance and piracy on the high seas as 'adventurous heroes rescue the Spanish in the new world. 10) Movie "Deadline U.S.A." Hum-. ·phrey. Bogart, Kim Hunter, Ethel Barrymore. The editor of a large city pa, per who has to fight the underworld and keep the paper's publisher from throwing in the towel and selling out 11:15 (13) News and Weather 11:35 (13)'Movie "Loves of Salammbo." Ed- niond Purdom, J e a n n e Valerie. Spectacle of ancient Carthage and Rome. R. C. WARNER LAPIDARY SHOP RTES. 43 66 SAND LAKE, N.Y. Rocks, Minerals, Fossils, Cabochons. Books, Fluorisccnts, onyx Carvings, Custom-made jewelry, Semi-Precious Stones, Magazines, Findings, Mountings, slabs. Ultraviolet Lamps, Lapidary Equipment, Tumblers. Abrasives, Dlrto- laur Prints. MONDAY TO SATURDAY 10 A.M. TO t I'M. OPEN WED. UNTIL » P.M. CLOSED SUNDAYS PHONE: 474-S4M SIR JOHN GIELGUD plays Russia» playwright Anton Chekhov, Dame Peggy Ashcroft, right plays Ws wife and actress Olga Knipoer, and Dorothy Turin portrays his sister, Marie, in the M- minute drama special "From Chekhov, With Love" to b« broadcast in color Wednesday at 9:30 on the CBS Network. Highlights Of TV Shows SUNDAY 2 p.m.--Ch. 8--AFL Football. The Boston Patriots tangle with the former Eastern champs, the Buffalo Bills, in a league game.-Charlie Jones and Al De Rogatis cover the game from the Buffalo War Memorial Stadium. The AFL's strong showing in pre-season competition with the NFL has been a big boost for the younger loop. 7:30 p.m.--Ch. 10--Ed SuUi van Show. It's a night for salutes, with Ed bringing back his 90-minute tribute to Irving Berlin (originally presented May 5). On hand to sing his songs and tell stories about him are Bing Crosby, Ethel Merman, Robert Goulet, Diana Hoss, Fred Waring and Harry James orchestra. The 80-year-oM Berlin gets a birthday cake and sings his latest song. 8 p.m.--Ch. 13--Around the World of Mike Todd. A salute to one of the world's fabulous showmen, whose life was tragically cut short in an accident. P r o g r a m includes stills and film footage of the major episodes of Todd's career. Former wife Elizabeth Taylor offers her own recollections of life with Todd. In addition, many of his old pals-Jack E. Leonard, Toots Shor. Ethel Merman and Lowell Thomas--recount numerous incidents. Orson Welles narrates. Denver Pyle Chose Acting Over Law HOLLYWOOD (NBA) -- Denver Pyle, who is playing Doris Day's father on her new CBS show, says he is modeling his portrayal on his own father. "He was a man of tremendous dignity," Pyle says. To illustrate, he cites this beautiful story: Denver Pyle was going to law school at the University of Colorado. He decided he didn't want to be a lawyer and went home to tell his father of his big step. "I don't want to be a lawyer, dad." · "Oh. What do you want to be?" "I don't know." "Why don't you go find out?" he said. That's just what Denver Pyle did, bumming around for a few years until he settled on acting as his career. He has become one of Hollywood's best and most successful character actors. So successful, in fact, that he had a choice recently--the part with Doris Day or a big role in Spain in a good movie. "I decided on the .series," says Pyle, who has a lot of dignity himself. "After all, Spain will always be there, but Doris Day may' not always be doing a television series." Exports Double TAIPEI -- The Republic of China exported 70,668 metric tons of paper and pulp last year, worth 511.5 million. This was slightly more than double the 1965 figure. CUSTOM-MADE DRAPERIES AND SLIPCOVERS measured, made, installed by experts USE OUR CONVENIENT SHOP AT-HOME SERVICE: CALL GRANT'S TODAY! A Grants decorator will .-all at your home with a striking ^lection of high quality, low cost fabrics for you to choose from. 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