Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 27, 1963 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, September 27, 1963
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WMBD-Channel 31 WEDNESDAY (Continued from page 6) 2:30 The Edge ol Night. 3.00 The Secret Storm. 3:30 The Lee Phillip Show. 3:45 Street Scene. 4 :00 The Early Show "Turn off the Moon." 5:30 CBS News. 6:00 Peoria Tooday. 6:30 Chronicle. 7:30 Glynis Johns Show. 8:00 The Beverly Hillbillies. 8:30 The Dick Van Dyke Show. 9:00 The Danny Kaye Show. 10:00 Peoria Tonight. 10:30 The Late Show: "Kind Lady." 12:19 At Day'* End, WEEK-Channel 43 7:00 Today. 9:00 Say When. 9:25 NBC News Morning Report •9:30 Merv Griffin's Word for Word. • 10:00 Price Is Right. 10:30 Concentration. • 11:00 Your First Impression. 11:30 Truth or Consequences. 11:55 NBC News. 12:00 "ews at Noon, 12:10 Weather. 12:30 King and Odie. 1:00 People Will Talk. 1:25 NBC News. i.:30 The Doctors. 2:00 Loretta Young. •2:30 You Dou't Say. 3:00 Match Game. 3:25 NBC News. 3:30 Make Room for Daddy. 4 :00 Captain Jinks. 5:30 Huntley-Brinkley 6:00 Local New: 6:10 Weather 6:15 Sports. 6:30 The Virginian: "No Tears for Savannah." 800 Espionage: "A Covenant With Death." 9:00 The Eleventh Hour: "Cold Hands, Warm Heart." 10:00 Harrison and the News, 10:15 Weather. 10:20 Gordon Joyner Sports. • 10:30 Tonight Show. lg:0O Evening Meditation. •—Denotes Colorcast A soap-filied steel wool pad will do the job of cleaning stubborn stains on a broiling pan. Program Listing for Friday, Oct. 4 WHBF-Channel 4 TV-8 Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, III., Fri., Sept. 27, 1963 Color TV Week Is Proclaimed In Galesburg Mayor Robert Cabeen this week designated the period of Sept. 29 through Oct. 6 as Color Television Week. He noted that many local citizens are engaged in selling and servicing the sets, and that 49 hours of color television programming are scheduled for observance of the week, in addition to the color cast of the World Series. The mayor pointed out that some 400 stations are equipped to handle color televising, and these stations cover 98 per cent of all TV homes. 7:55 8:00 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11.00 11:25 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:25 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:20 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:00 10:00 10:10 10:15 10:30 11:00 We Begin This Day. Captain Kangaroo. CBS Morning News. Beauty Break. The McCoys Pete and Gladys. Love of Life. CBS News. Search for Tomorrow. The Guiding Light. Best of Groucho As the World Turns. Password. Houseparty. To Tell the Truth. CBS News. Edge of Night. Secret Storm. December Bride "Lily's Niece." Grandpa Happy Show. Leave It to Beaver: "Perfume Salesman." Cronkite—CBS News. John Ravencroft—News. Don Wooten—Weather. Don Sharp—Sports. The Great Adventure. Route 66. Twilight Zone. The A. Hitchcock Hour. Jim Koch News Weather Show. Sports Final. Meet McGraw. Theatre 4: "Under Fire." WOC-Channel 6 6:50 6:55 7:00 7:25 7:30 8:25 8:30 9:00 9:25 9:30 10:00 •10:30 •11.00 11:30 11:55 12:00 12:10 12:15 12:40 2:00 •2:30 3:00 3:25 3:30 4:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 •7:30 8:30 • 9:00 10:00 • 10:30 12.00 12:02 Sign On. The Daily Word. Today. Local News. Today. Local News. Today. Say When. NBC News. Especially for You. Concentration. Missing Link Your First Impression. Truth or Consequences. NBC News. News and Market Reports. Weather. Cartoon Time. Movie Matinee: "Down Among the Sheltering . Palms." Lorett? Young. You Don't Say The Match Game. NBC Afternoon Report. Make Room for Daddy. Capt'n Vein's Cartoon Showboat Huntley-Brinkley Report. Report to Area 6 International Showcase. Bob Hope Theatre. Harry's Girls. Jack Paar Program. Report to Area 6. Tonight Show. Midnight Headlines. Sea Hunt. WQAD-Channel 8 10:30 Seven Keys 11:00 Ernie Ford 11:30 Fath r Knows Best. 12:00 General Hospital 12:30 Farm-Hoi Show. 1:00 Day in Court. 1:25 Midday Report- 1:30 Jane Wyman. 2:00 Queen for a Day. 2:30 Who Do You Trust. 3:00 American Bandstand- 3:30 Discovery 3 55 American Newsstand. 4:00 Jungle Jay Show: "Jungle Jim- in the Forbidden Land;" "Call of Danger." 5:00 MUverick. b:ito Weather 6:05 News, Sports. 6:15 Ron Cochran, News. 6:30 77 Sunset Strip 7:30 Burke's Law. 8:30 Farmer's Daughter. 9:00 Fight of the Week. 9:50 Make That Spare. 10:00 Weather. 10:05 Dick Richmond News. 10:15 Murphy Martin, News. 10:25 Jim King, Sports • 10:30 Million Dollar Movie: ct "Half Angel." 12*0 News Final. WTVH-Channel 19 8:25 Morning Inspiration. 8:30 Columbia Lectures. 9:00 Deputy Dawg Cartoons. 9:30 Romper Room. 10:30 Seven Keys. 11:00 Tennessee 'Crnle Ford Show. 11:30 ther Knows Best. 12:00 General Hospital. 12:30 Farm Market Reports. 1:00 M Squad. 1:30 Jane Wyman Presents. 1:00 Queen for a Day. 2:30 Who Do You Trust? 3:00 Trallmaster: "The Rex Montana Story." 4:00 Mickey Mouse. 4:30 Hercules. 5:00 Cheyenne: "The Imposter." 6:00 Cochran and News. 6:15 Local News, Weather and Sports. 6:30 77 Sunset Strip' "Five." 7:30 Burke's Law: "Who Killed Cable Roberts?' 8:30 The Farmers Daughter. 9:00 Fight of the Week. Joe De Nuccio vs. Florentlno Fernandez. 9:45 Make That Spare. 10:00 Murphy Martin News. 10:10 Local News. 10:10 New Breed: "Valley of 3 Charlies." 11:15 Hollywood's Finest: "All the King's Men." 1:00 Evening Inspirational. WMBD-Channel 31 7:24 Sign On. 7:25 The Daily Word. 7:30 Tinker Time. 7:55 Today's Weather. 8:00 Captain Kangaroo. 9 00 Mike Wallace—CBS News. 9:30 I Love Lucy 10:00 The Real McCoys. 10:30 Pete and Glcdys 11:25 CBS News 11:30 Search for Tomorrow. 11:45 The Guiding Light. 12.00 News, Weather Markets. 12:15 Debbie Drake. 12:30 As the World Turns. 1:00 Password. 1:30 Houseparty. 2.00 To Tell the Truth. 2:25 CBS News. 2:30 The Edge ol Night 3.00 The Secret Storm 3:30 The Lee Phillips Show. 3:45 Street Scene. 4:00 The Early Show: "Strange Fascination." 5:30 CBS News. 6:00 Peoria Today. 6:30 Rawhide. 7:30 Route 66. 8:30 Twilight Zone. 9:00 Alfred Hitchcock. 10:00 Peoria Tonight. 10:30 The Lat; Show: "House of Strangers." 12:15 At Day's End WEEK-Chunnel 43 7:00 Today. 9:00 Say When. _ 9:25 NBC News Morning Report. 9:30 Merv Griffin's Word for Word. • 10:00 Price Is Right. 10:30 Concentration. • 1' :00 Your First Impression. 11:30 Truth or Consequences. 11:55 NBC News 12:00 News at Noon 12:10 Weather 12:20 Popeye. 12 30 King and Odie. 1:00 People Will Talk 1:25 NBC News 1:30 The Doctors- 2 SO Loretta Young. •2:30 You Don't Say. 3:00 Match Game. I Wanted- (Continued from page 3) it. With me, it affected my throat —my throat was paralyzed for 36 hours or so. "Because of that, two things happened: I developed a nasal voice which I still have. And I didn't develop very many muscles. As a boy, anybody could beat me up. And I couldn't run fast enough to get away. "I was a nothing. And every- g body wants to be a something. | Gradually, I developed my own special something. I found I had j a facility for making sarcastic C statements. And I said funny things at school. Actually, when I think about it, I realize that I have been acting since I was 5." And so an actor was born—or, more properly, Henry Jones backed into acting. * * * At the moment, he's concerned about his 13-year-old daughter, who seems to have inherited his interest in things theatrical. "I'm afraid Jocelyn wants to be an actress," he says. "I say afraid because acting is a bad career, especially for a girl. 1 don't think I've ever met an actress who is a happy person. All actors are a bit nuts." Jones' cynicism has extended now to cover the whole spectrum of entertainment. "I don't like plays and movies any more," he says, "and I don't even have a television set. I guess there's something wrong with me. Really, I see nothing entertaining in most movies and plays. Maybe it's because I've been in this business too long— 28 years." If you want to pep up thatfl broiled fish, serve it with a bar-" becue sauce. 9 8 READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! 3:25 NBC News. 3.30 Make Room toi Daddy. 4:00 Captain Jinks. 5:00 Yogi Bear- 5:30 Huntley-Brinkley. 8:00 Local News. 6:10 Weather. 6:15 Sports. 6:30 International Showtime: "The Tokyo Spectacular." 7:30 Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler: "A Killing at Sundial." 8.30 Harry's Girls. '9.00 The Jack Paar Show 10.00 Harrison and the News. 10:15 Weather 10.20 Gordon Joynej on Sports. »10:30 Tonight Show. 12:00 Evening Meditation. «—Denotes Colorcast THE HARDEST SELL OF ALL: TV of Tomorrow? Like a Robber in Home "Go ahead. Push the button. Push the Button. 1 * By DICK KLEINER NEW YORK (NEA) - You think you've seen commercials? Buddy, you don't know what commercials are yet. Today's television pitches, compared to what Lies In wait for you just around the calendar, are as soft as a duck's down just after a shampoo. Coming up, if you can believe Vance Packard, are commercials that really are commercials. You've heard of the hard sell? You're in for a sell hard enough to shatter diamonds. Packard, in an article called "New Kinds of Television" in the October issue of The Atlantic Monthly, discusses the possi­ bility of what he calls "cable TV"—television piped into your home by a private cable. • * • And he talked to one cable television entrepreneur, Irving Kahn, president of TelePrompTer Co. Here is what Packard writes about Kahn's thinking: "Kahn's fertile mind envisions many selling uses. He sees the announcer on the TV screen holding up a kitchen gadget and saying, "Mother, if you'd like to own this for four dollars, just hit the acceptance button and it's yours. You'll be billed later by American Express." Or he imagines Betty Furness demonstrating the wonders of a vacuum cleaner or a new model car and saying, "if you'd like a demonstration at your home tomorrow morning, just push button 'D'." * • • Now, isn't that an idea to ice your heart and loosen your check book? It's like inviting a robber in to tea. Such a system, if universally adopted, could throw our existing merchandising arrangement into turmoil. And, from manufacturer to consumer, they're all thinking about what this device would mean to them. Here are some typical reactions. Hiram Yongtrism, consumer: t Continued on page 4)

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