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Svfttittg Telegraph Thursday, Sept. 7, 1972 8 new show, 'Tomorrow,' to be mainly for night owls By JAY sttAttfitrrr A* fd Writer ;K (AP) — It was :o happen, the iroadcasUng Co.. America "Today" it," Is planning to next spring wiUi ITEW YC bound National which gave ai»d "Tont] come out "fomoiww." The sho\f is NBC's bwve new hour for insomniacs, students, people who leave work at rrldnight and other light owls who Assorted heretofore mve made do with ancient film epics on television's graveyard shift. "Tomorrow" Is scheduled fo appear five days a week — at 1 a.m. in the East and West and midnight in the Midwest -- and bear senior vice president who is developing the show, says it probably won't have an orchestra and that levity, comic skits, songs and the like won't form the basis for "Tomorrow." Instead, it'll have wh*t Werner calls a "bright, inquisitive interviewer." a given topic each night and knowledgeable guests to discuss the topic. In short, a show of a generally serirui! conversational nature. Such topical talkfest? abound at all hours on radio in the nation's major c'ties new resemblanc show it e whatever to no the follows, Johnny Carson's "Tonight." Mort Werner, an NBC LOG C) 2, KMOX KSI) (NBC) 5, 9, KPLR 11, NLM THURSDAY EVENING 6:M—2 Petticoat Junction 4 5 News 9 Get Together 11 Anldy Griffith 30 I Dream of Jeannie 6:30-2 To| Tell the Truth 4 Actfonline 5 Rollin on the River 9 Fok Guitar 11 Dijagnet SOBe/erley Hillbfllies 7:80-2 SPECIAL: Summer Olympics 4 Mj World and WeL come To It 5 Adventure Theatre 9 Shtpherd's America 11 Movie (BW) 30 Htyh Chaparral 7:30-4 SPECIAL: Peanut Cartoon 9 Sor|ia Malkine 8:00-4 Moide 5 SPECIAL: Miss America Pageant Parade 9 Hollywood Theatre 30 Movie (BW) 9:00—5 Bobby Darin 9 Making Things Grow 11:55—5 and the audience for them the market we're going ter,'' Werner said. "University students will also be a very large audienre. Teenagers don't go to b"d with a glass of milk at nine o'clock anymore." * * * * 7:00—4 CBS News 5 Today 7:15-2 Fury 7:30—30 Little Rascals 7:45—2 Cartoons 8:00—4 Capt. Kangaroo 11 News 30 Mr. Patches 8:15—2 Romper Room 11 Cartoons 8:30—11 New Zoo Revue 30 Speedracer 9:00—2 Movie 4 Joker's Wild 5 Dinah's Place 11 Jack LaLanne 30 Flying Nun 9:30-4 Price is Right 5 Concentration 11 Not for Women Only 30 Financial Report 10:00-4 Gambit 5 Sale of the Century 11 Galloping Gourmet 10:30—4 Love of Life 5 Hollywood Square 11 Bewitched 10:50—2 Lucille Rivers 11:00—2 Password 4 Where the Heart Is 5 Jeopardy 11 Suspense Theatre 11:25-4 News 11:30—2 Split Second 4 Search for Tomorrow 10:00—2 5 Who, What, Where 9 Game News Who will host the show? One report has it lhdf Burt Reynolds, fully clothed, is in the running. Reynold appeared nude in a centerfold of Cosmopolitan magazine. Werner declined to say exactly who is in the running: "We're interviewing a lot of people." Where will the show originate? "We don't know right now," he said. "It probably would depend on our talent choice. It's my hunch it pnb- ahly would come from New York." And, he said, it. probably won't have a live studio audience. "The idea here is to give the viewer at. home the feeling that we are talking t.i Volunteers aid kids in trouble him, not performing to studio audience," he said. 11 B% Graham Crusade 9:30—9 Styck Market 9:45-9 Umbrella 9:55—11 News 10:80—2 4 5 News 9 Yo^a and You 11 Comtry Place 30 Rifleman 10:30-2 Movie (BW) 4 Movie 5 Jolnny Carson 9 Fojk Guitar 11 Thp Virginian 30 M0vie 11:00—9 Pulse 11:05—9 Choral Group 12:00—5 News 11 Thje Saint 12:15—5 Spprts Challenge 12:30-4 Mivie 12:45-5 Weather 12:50—2 Jtyvie (BW) 1:00—11 Ntjws/Religion Noon-2 AU My Children 4 Plants are like People 11 Cartoons 12:30—2 Let's Make A Deal 4 As the World Turns 11 Three on a Match 1:00—2 Newlywed Game 4 Love Is A Many Splendored Thing 5 Days of Our Lives 11 Movie (BW) 1:30—2 Dating Game Guiding Light The Doctors General Hospital Secret Storm Another World One Life to Live Edge of Night Return to Peyton 2:05—4 2:30—2 3:45—4 3:55 — 4 5:35—4 Movie (BW) Nifws/Religion N(jws Movie Religion Friday September 8 5:45—4 Religion/News i:00—4 Summer Semeter 6:30-2 Bought for Today 4 P-S. 4 5 FJocus Your World 6:35—2 F^rm Report 6:45—2 Lone Ranger 4 5 2:00-2 4 5 2:30-2 4 5 Place 11 Crafts with Katy 2:00—2 Movie 4 Family Affair 5 Merv Griffin 11 Somerset 30 Mr. Patches 3:15—9 Guten Tag 3:30—4 Mike Douglas 9 Commonwealth 11 Flintstones 30 Speedracer 4:00—9 Mister Rogers 11 Flipper 30 Lost In Space 4:30—5 Truth or Consequence 9 Electric Company 11 Gilligan's Island 5:00-2 4 5 News 9 Sesame Street 11 Leave it to Beaver 30 Star Trek 5:30—2 Hogan's Heroes 4 5 News 11 I Love Lucy 5:55-11 News FRIDAY EVENING 6:00-2 Petticoat Junction 4 5 News 0 Hodge Podge Lodge 11 Andy Griffith 30 I Dream of Jeannie 6:30—2 To Tell the Truth 4 Circus 5 Hee Haw 9 Bridge 11 Dragnet 30 Beverly Hillbillies 6:55-11 News 7:00-2 SPECIAL: Summer Olympics 4 O'Hara, U.S. Treasury 9 Green Thumb 11 World Series of Hockey 30 High Chaparral 7:30—5 Movie 9 Get Together 8:00—4 Movie 30 Movie 8:30—9 Off the Record 9:00—9 On Being Black 9:30—5 Partners 11 Oral Roberts 9:55-11 News 4 5 News Designing Women 30 Rifleman 10:30—2 Movie 4 Movie (BW) 5 Johnny Carson 9 Commonwealth 11 The Virginian 30 Movie (BW) 11:00—9 Viewer's Viewpoint 11:05—9 Choral Group 12:00—5 News 11 Flash Gordon 30 Movie 12:15—5 Johnny Bench Show 12:30-2 Movie 4 Movie (BW) 12:45-5 Weather 1:00-11 News/Religion 1:45-30 Movie 2:00-4 Movie (BW) 2:05—2 News/Religion 4:00—4 News 4:10—4 Movie 5:40—4 Religion Probation volunteers The Telegraph cannot always publish last - minute changes made by the television stations. Utilities are fined THURSDAY HOMES 8:00-J4 - "The Tiger Ma'kes Out" (1967) El| Wallace Anne Jackson 30 — "The Canadians" (1961) Robert Ry(an, John Denner 10:30-|2 — "Freud" (1962) (BW) Montgomery Clift 4 — "Adam's . We man" (1968) John Mills 30 — "Doctor in Diitress" (1963) Janes Robertson Justice 12:30-4 — "The Shrike" (1!I55) (BW) Jose Ferrer, June Allyson 12:50-2 — "The Iroquois Trail" (1950) (BW) George Montgomery 2:05-:4 — "Stranger in Arms" (1959) June Allyson — "Yankee Buc- Jeff V MOVIES "Palm Springs (IMS) Troy Connie Ste"The Falcon Francisco" ) TomConway 3:00—2 — -The Lion" (1962) William Holden 7:30—5 — "Emergency!" (1972) Robert Fuller, Julie London 8:00—4 — "Hammerhead" (1968) Vincent Edwards, Peter Vaughn 8:00—30 - "Edge of Eternity" (1959) Cornel Wilde 10:30—2 — "Something for a Lonely Man" (1969) Dan Blocker, Susan Clark 4 — "Eye of the Devil" (1967) (BW) Deborah Kerr, David Nivin 30 — "I Bury the Living" (1958) (BW) Richard Boone 12:00—30 — "Tales of Hoffman" (1952) Robert RounseviJle 12:30-2 - "Beast of Hollow Mountain" (1956) Guy Madison 4 — "Young Tom Edison" (1940) (BW) Spencer Tracy 2:00_4 - "Edison, The Man" (1940) Spencer Tracy, Gene Lockhart 4:10-4 — "Double Crossbones" (1950) Donald O'Connor CHICAGO (AP) — Commonwealth Edison Co. and the I o w a -111 i n o i s Gas and Electric Co. have been fined $2,500 by the Illinois Pollution Control Board for an accidental discharge of diesel fuel into the Mississippi River. The two utilities were ordered Wednesday to pay the fine to the Illinois Fish and Game Fund. "Fringe Reception" by Homer L. Harder Good sport: one who will always let you have your own way. If there are always two sides to every question, how come there's only one answer? Prune: a plum better days. that's seen Safety experts say we should drive five car-lengths behind the car ahead. But when you try it, you'll find there are five cars in there. | Does it ever seem to you that your paycheck has turned into a receipt for your payroll deductions? All, Well, Whatever You Have Left Will Go Further At: HAKDEK TV SERVICE 2500 College Ave. 465-1878 119 N. Main, Brighton Stop In for a Second TV At a Surprisingly Luvr Price Volunteers in Probation are given a tour of the Madison County Juvenile Detention home in Edwardsville by Chief Probation Officer Harry C. Thiel, left. Volunteers are, left to right, Larry Wallace, Godfrey; Betty Sanders, East St. Louis; Doris Wells and Eileen Stephens, Edwardsville; Ewin Knezevich, and Cindy Welch, Collinsville, and Jcri Northern, Acton, juvenile probation officer supervisor. A new force has arisen in the Madison County Juvenile Courts in the last few months. That force is the emergence of unpaid volunteer citizens as an effective way of dealing with some of Madison County's.greatest problems in juvenile delinquency. Harry C. Thiel, chief probation officer, says he was approached by a group consisting of SIUE students, housewives, teachers and a deputy sheriff, with a plan to use volunteers to work with youngsters on probation. Initially 12 volunteers, working with the professional staff from the Juvenile Probation Office and Detention Home are helping to change delinquent behavior in a way that is most helpful to the juvenile and least expensive to the taxpayer. Vast amounts of revenue have been spent on improving prisons, police and correction forces, yet the problems of juveniles grow. "We are meeting these problems by working in a one- to-one relationship between the volunteer and the probationer," says Thiel. "The juvenile probation $1.59 Value Adorn Hair Spray 6.5 oz. can office staff working closely with the volunteers are very happy with the results produced in the last few months", says Ms. Jeri Northern, juvenile probation officer supervisor. "We have so many kids on probation that can be helped if someone can give them a little time and these volunteers are doing just that", she said. Sgt. Harold Ingram. Wood River Police Department Juvenile Officer has said, "The greatest percentage of crime in Wood River is performed by juveniles." "There are too many repeating offenders for the detention home to cope with. Something has to be done", said Ingram. Chief Judge Michael Kinney has been watching the volunteer program closely and also thinks this might be an answer to a big problem facing the courts as to an alternative for best helping these young law violators. A Madison County deputy sheriff, .Ewin G. Knezevich, one of the volunteer probation advisors, says, "Many kids I 1.60 Value who are sent to the feorrec« tional facilities are back In a few months bitter, angry and ready to raise hell". "The hard core cases of course will still need institutional training", says Thiel. "However if we can help more in the community and relieve the pressure on the institutions we can do the most good for the greatest number at the least expense to everyone." Citizens who are interested in volunteer work with juvenile offenders are screened and trained before given a case. Interested people may call the Detention Home. Ex-banker indicted CHICAGO (AP) - Edmund Desecki, a former official of the National Security Bank, was indicted by a federal grand jury Wednesday on charges of embezzling more than $26,000 from the Chicago bank. 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