BtBtfflBBN ALfON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, AUdtJSf 30, IMS Friday Evening TV Digest KfVt (AfiU) », K km*-} 4 § News 11 Three Stooges 5 Wenthet fehotes Rt£PEAt Pfogrflm IOX (V&S) 4, KS1) (NBC) S, KPt.it It 11 Movie — "Shangha Stoi-y" (1954) Ruth Roman Edmund O'Brien 6:15-2 dty Camera & Wenlher 4 News- Oftthkite B HuWiey-BHnkley 11 Rocky & ttls Frietris 6:30*^2 Cheyefttie (&) 4 Rawhide (R) 5 International Showtime <fc) 11 People Are Funny HsOfM-ll Best of Groucho (R) ?:30—2 Flintslones 4 Route 66 (R) 5 Silig With Mitch (R) 9 P.S. 4 11 High Road to Danger 8:00—2 I'm Dickens 9 What's New? 11 1 Search for Adventure 8:30-2 77 Sunset Strip (R) 4 Alfred Hitchcock (R) 5 Price Is Right 9 Book House 11 Jeff's Collie (R) 8:45-9 Written in Code 9:00—5 Jack Paar (R) 9 Antigone 9:30—2 Peter Gunn (R) 4 Portrait Jot00—2 4 5 News ' 10:10-2 5 Weather 10:15--2 Steve Allen 5 Johnny Carson 10:20-4 Weather 10:25-^ Eye-Line: Roby 10:30—4 Movie— "Beyond Glory' (1948) Donna Reed, Alan Ladd 11:46—2 Movie — "Mr. Lucky' (1943) Loraine Day, Car> Grant 11:50—11 Movie — "Terror a Midnight" (1955) Joan Vohs Scott Brady 12:00—5 Tonight in St. Louis 12:05—4 Movie — "Frenchman 1 . 5 Creek" (1944) Joan Fontaine Arttiro Do Cordova 12:30—5 11 News 12:35—5 Almanac 12:40—5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion 1:15—2 News & Sports 1:20—2 Mahalia Jackson 2:05—4 News & Religion Saturday Daytime, Aug. 31 5:46—4 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News 6:00—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Landscaping Your Home 5 Modern Farming 7:30—4 Cartoon Corner 5 Ruff 'n Reddv ' 7:45—2 Mahalia Jac'.:son 7:50—2 Farm Report 7:55—2 News Break 8:00—2 'Spotlight on KETC 4 Capt. Kangaroo Corky the Clown Crusader Rabbit Alvin Shari Lewis Casper & Co. Might Mouse (R) King Leonardo Cartoonies Rin Tin Tin (R) Fury Beany & Cecil Roy Rogers (R) Make Room for Daddy 5 9:00-2 4 5 9:30-2 4 5 10:00—2 4 5 10:30-2 4 5 (R) 11:00—2 4 5 11:30-2 4 5 iVoon—2 4 Bugs Bunny Sky King (R) Mr. Wizard Allakazam Friendship Show Lone Ranger (R) My Friend Flicka (R) My Little Margie 5 Joe Garagiola 11 Modern Almanac 12:15—5 Dugout Time 12:25—5 Baseball — St. Louis at Philadelphia 12:30—2 Brave Eagle (R) 4 Communism: Myth vs. Reality 11 Education 1:00—2 Highway Patrpl (R) 4 Space: The New Ocean 11 Newsreels 1:30—2 Waterfront (R) 4 Ch. 4 Views the Press 11 Foreign Legionaire 1:45—4 News: Carmichaei 2:00—2 Peter Gunn (R) 4 Freedom on Trial 11 Suspense Theater 2:30—2 Movie — "Above Us the Waves" (1956) John Mills, RCA WHIRLPOOL AIR CONDITIONERS Installation and Repair MARTIN SALES & SERVICE 259-1011 John Gregson 4 Challenge 2:55—5 Scoreboa rd 3:00—4 Close-Up 5 Hopalong Cassidy (R) 3:15—11 Movie— "Meet the Wildcat" (1940) Margaret Lindsay, Ralph Bellamy 3:30—4 Am. Musical Theater 4:00—2 Wide World o! Sports 4 SS Popeye 5 St. Louis Hop 4:30—4 Movie .— "To Have & Have Not" (1944),, Lauren Bacall, Humphrey Bogart 11 Shirley Temple Theater 5:00—5 Wrestling 5:30—2 Strike It Lucky Greenfield Units Will Meet Sept. 3 GREENFIELD — Three Homemakers Extension Units will resume regular meetings next week. Mrs. Eloise Tholen, Greene County home adviser, will give the major lesson, "Encouraging Youth To Stay in School," at meetings of the Day and Night Units. Local leaders will give the selected subject, "The Peace Corps." Roll call for both units will be, "My First School," with pictures. Members of the Day unit will meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday in t h e home of Miss Loretta Hayes and Mrs. Sylvester Case will be hostess to the Night unit at 8 p.m. Mrs. Leroy Hudson will be hostess at a meeting of the Young Homemakers Extension Unit Thursday afternoon and the same lesson programs will be carried out by local unit leaders. Auxiliary to Meet GREENFIELD — A special meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Legion Home for the purpose of naming committees and making plans for the annual Legion-Auxiliary benefit fish fry Sunday, Sept. 15. Tribes Will Split LEOPOLDVILLE — Attempts are being made by the Congo ;overnmenl to break tribal ties. ADMIRAK THE BLAKELEY Masterpiece CZ^>-(Lo-C|V C7210 SERIES TVim, Contemporary lowboy console styling in genuine veneers and hardwood solids, All new horizontal chassis with Admiral-pioneered precision etched color circuitry. Just two color controls-easy to tune as black and white TV. Long range tuner for superior reception. Preset fine tuning automatically adjusts for clearest picture and sound. Full fidelity duo-cone speaker. Lighted channel indicator. 33 7 /ie" h,, 30%e" w., 193/ 4 " d. YOUR CHOICE OF EBONY METAL OR WALNUT, MAHOGANY OR OAK WOOD FINISHESI PRICED FROM JUST , „ '389.95 COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS S',FA'«s ST. Noimi ALTON PHONE no Mpa. & l f fl. 'Til I P.M.— other Cvenlngf By Appointment No 'Bad 5 Television Programs Hj CVN'TJItA LOtVBV At' felevlstoti.Rndlo \VHJcr HOLLVWOOD (AP)-There arc Jio bad television shows. Some are just luckier ».han others. At least that's the way it seems If one listens to discussiosis by producers, directors and stars. The most common cause of program mortality appears to be an ailment called "bad time slot.' This means that if a program [ailed in the late evening, it would have succeeded in the early oven- tig. Or vice versa. Or that, if it died on a Monday night, it would have been the hit of the year on i Thursday. Usually, however, it means that it was murdered by the competing >rogram which attracted most of he viewers. Never has a program died because it was too bad for the pubic. But television's Boot Hill is leavily populated with series that succumbed because, it is alleged, hey were "too good for the pubic." Two program deaths last season were attributed to this fatal ailment: "It's a Man's World" md the "Merv Griffin Show." By general agreement, the best elevision horse opera made was short-lived series called "The Vesterner." It succumbed, according to most expert diagnoses, >ecause, the same experts assert, hey were too fanciful. Now, on the eve of a new television season, schedules are being .tudied meticulously, and chances or survival of new shows are be- ng anxiously weighed. Some — a very few — will be hits and some vill quietly disappear. Survival vill be attributed, as usual, to superior quality. Failure, as usual, vill be nothing but bad luck, poor wsition or that unappreciative public. Arthur Godfrey will do a special or NBC — a Thanksgiving program. The veteran performer, after all those years as a CBS star, low is free to make television ap- icarances on other networks, and s anxious to get a regular, week- y series. Karcii Aim Bock of Brighton Clirislettect BRIGHTON - Karen Ann Bock infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bock Jr., was christened Wednesday evening by the Rev Harvey Meekfessel, pastor of United Church of Christ, at the home of the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Jones. Sponsors were an uncle, Allen Jones, and Mrs. Ronald Dywer an aunt. A buffet supper followed the christening. Among those presenl were Mrs. Gertrude Gwillim ol Medora, great-grandmother of the infant, and Mr. and Mrs. Car] Bock Sr., of Brighton, maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bo"k Jr., and daughter left Thursday for Ft. Fail-field, Me., where he is stationed with the Airforcc. Eldred ELDRED — "The Main Reason" is the sermon title for the 10:30 a.m. worship Sunday rervice in the Baptist Church by the Rev. John Finnan. Communion will be observed. Mr. and Mrs. Clenton Day and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moss and son returned Tuesday from a vacation trip to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Whiteside and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Vinyarcl have returned from a trip. The rVhitesides visited Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Whiteside at Sievervillc, Tenn., and Mr. and Mrs. Vinyard visited relatives in Kentucky. Miss Karen Handlin will arrive lome today from Chicago where she spent the past three months at Cook County Hospital. Miss rlundlin will spend the weekend and Labor Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Handlin before returning 'to her studies at Spring- !ield Memorial Hospital. Miss Ann Cunningham, who was employed during the summer in Chicago, will accompany Misn Handlin "lomc. Mr. and Mrs. James Benner and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Benner and daughter of Jacksonville returned lome Tuesday evening from a trip to Niagara Falls and points of interest in New York and other eastern states. LASKAN HUSKIES ARE IEPLACED BY AIRCRAFT NOME— Most of the post offices n Alaska used to be served by leds, often carrying 700 Ibs. r>f nail and pulled by a team of l;J ogs. 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Complimentary copies of the Sun - Times, the newspaper in which the editorial appeared, had been placed aboard the homebound trains. The demonstrators, mostly Negroes, got off the trains at the Grand Central Station and walked the 1\<2 miles to the building, then circled it twice and disbanded. Executives of the Sun-Times invited 11 representatives inside and conferred with them about two hours. Emmett Dedmon, the Sun-Times' executive editor, said the conferees spelled out their grievances but had not asked for a retraction. Later Thursday, the Friday morning editions carried an edi- torial commenting on the critl- cisfn. It said a .paragraph had been mistakenly interpreted as implying tho march was without support of the substantial citizens of the Negro community. "No such implication"' was intended," it said, "it was quite obvious that the rally was composed largely of responsible and substantial people who were in control." 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