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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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000 needed to keep program on air Julia Child's cooking show may be axed Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, September 8,1972 B-3 up By JAY SH AnBtITT AP TELEVISION WRITER NEW YORK (AP) Famed television chef Julia Child has baked her l^st croissant on public television for the foreseeable future unless someone comes with more dough. Not the baking variety. T!,e green variety. About $85,000 worth, according to David 0. Ives, president of WGBH, the Boston station which produces her popular cooking show, "The French Chef." He says that much money * * TV LOG KTVl (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSI) (NBC) i, KETC 9, KPLR 11, KDNLM FRIDAY EVENING 8:00-2 Petticoat Junction 4 5 News 9 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 10:00—2 4 5 News 9 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 Saturday September 9 the show the I'aij that is, is needed to keep on the air for television season; another 13 weeks. He says WGBH now has Just enough in the till to tape four shows that would last through, October. After th's, "Chef" will be reruns of old shows only through December, at which time, the oven door at the Child scullery will close for good. .The financial crunch came about a month ago when the Polaroid Corp., which has underwritten Mrs. Child's show * * 30 Soul Brotherhood 4:00-2 College Footbaill 5 Golf Tournament 11 Movie (BW) 30 Outer Limits 5:00—4 News Makers 30 .Wrestling 5:30-4 5 News 11 Kid Talk SATURDAY EVENING 6:00—4 5 News 11 Water World 30 I Dream of Jeannie 6:30-4 Lassie 5 Dr. in the House 11 UFO 30 Beverly Hillbillies 7:00—2 Summer Olympics 4 A!l in the Family 5 SPECIAL: Three Cheers for the Redskins 30 Boxing 7:30-4 Mary Tyler Moore 11 SPECIAL: Tom Jones 8:00—4 Dick Van Dyke 5 SPECIAL: Make Mine Red, White and Blue 30 Movie 8:30—4 Aruie 11 Lawrence Weflk 9:00—2 SPECIAL: Country Fair Roundup 5 SPECIAL: Miss America Pageant 9:30—11 Movie (BW) 10:00—2 4 5 News 30 Movie (BW) 10:15—2 Movie 10:30—4 Movie 11:00—5 News 11:30-5 Movie 11 Community Magazine 12:00—11 Wrestling 12:15—2 Movie (BW) 1:00-4 People Speak 5 Weather 11 News > 1:50—2 News/Religion ' 2:00-4 Movie (BW) 3:50—4 News 4:00—4 Movie (BW) 3:50—4 Religion for the last three years, said it was Unable to do it again this year. And the search for a new underwriter has fallen flatter than an underbaked souffle "We have tried 45 to 50 major firms without success." Ives says. "They all say their 1972-73 budgets are committed." The show's ratings are considered high by WGBH officials. But direct sponsorship — that barrage of com- mericals you normally see on commercial network shows •- * 7:30-2 4 5 * * * Message of the Rabbi Camera Three Lester Family 11 Oral Roberts 7:45—2 This is the Answer 4 My Father's House 5 America Sings 11 Rex Humbard 8:15—2 This is the Answer 8:30—2 Church Services Faith for Our Fathers 5 Insight 30 Gospel Time* 9:00-4 Lamp Unto My Feet Work 5 This is the Life 11 Gospel Hour 30 Billy James Hargis 9:15—2 God's'Musical World 9:30—4 Look up an Live 5 Dugout 5 Runaround 9:30—5 Woody Woodpecker 30 Little Rascals 9:45-2 Davey and Goliath 10:00-2 Bullwinkle 4 The Church Is You 5 Around the World in 80 days 11 Roller Derby 30 Movie 10:30-2 Make a Wish 4 Sunday Morning 5 Gorky's Colorama 11:00—2 Issues and Answers 4 Face the Nation 11 Wrestling 11:30-4 Movie 5 Black Experience 30 Al Onofrio Show 12:00—2 4 Perception Pro Football Sunday September 10 8:45-4 Religion/News 7:00-4 P.S. 4 5 Gospel Singing 11 Songs of Faith 7:20—2 News/Religion 5:45—4 Religion/News 6:00—4 Summer Semester 6:15—2 Thought For Today 6:20—2 Farm Report 6:30-2 World of Ideas 4 P.S. 4 5 Agriculture 7:00-2 H. R. Pufnstuf 4 Bugs Bunny 5 Underdog 11 Across the Fence 7:30—2 Jackson Five 4 Sabrina 5 Jetson 11 Herald of Truth 8:00—2 Osmonds 4 Chan and the Chan Clan 5 Pink Panther 11 Samson 8:30—2 Movie 4 Scooby Doo 5 Houndcats 11 Roller Derby 9:00—5 Roman Holidays 9:30—2 SPECIAL: Summer Olympics 4 Josie and the Pussycats 5 Barkleys 11 Movie (BW) 10:00-^4 Flintstones 5 Seailab 2020 10:30—5 Corky's Colorama 11:00—2 Funky Phantom 4 Archie 11 Soul Street 11:30—2 Lidsville 4 Fat Albert 5 Talking with a Giant 12:00—2 Monkees 4 Children's Film Festival 8 St. Louis Hop 11 Wagon Train 30 Black Circle Hour 12:30—2 Outdoors 1:00-2 St. Louis Zoo 4 Movie (BW) 5 Baseball Pre-Garae Show 30 Movie (BW) 1:15-5 SPECIAL: Baseball- Boston Red Sox vs. Cleveland Indians 1:30—2 Auto Races 11 Cisco Kid *:Qfr-n Movie (BW) 4 FUm Feature J:M—2 Summer Olympics 4 Tennis Championship FRIDAY MOVIES 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 RounsevtUe 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 SATURDAY MOVIES 9:30-11 - "Blondie's Reward" (1948) (BW) Penny Singleton 1:00—4 — "The Creature Walks Among Us" (1956) (BW) Jeff Morrow 30 — "Don't Knock the Twist" (1962) (BW) Chubby Checker 2:00-11-"In Uie Navy" (1941) (BW) Bui Abbott, Lou Costello 4:00-11 - "Loose m London" (1955) (BW) Leo Gorcey 8:00—30 — "The Wild North" (1952) Stewart Granger, Wendell Corey 9:30-11 - "The Ghost Breakers" (1940) (BW) Bob Hope 10:00-30 - "Valley of the Dragons" (1961) (BW) Cesare Danova 10:15—2 — "Prescription Murder" (1967) Peter Falk,, Nina Foch 10:30-4 - "The Rainmaker" (1956) Burt ' Lancaster, Katherine Hepburn 11:30—5 — "Fearless Frank" (1969) Jon Voigt 12:15-2 - "Battle Taxi" (1955) Sterling Hayden 2:00-4-"Lucy Gallant" (1955) Jane Wyman, Charlton Heston 4:00—4 - "Manhandled" (1949) (BW) Dan Duryea SUNDAY MOVIES 10:00—30 — "Finger on Uie Trigger" (1966) Rory Calhoun 12:00-11 — "Lady for a Night" (1941) (BW) Joan Blondell 2:00-ll-"Charlie Chan in Egypt" (1935) (BW) Warner Oland 4:00—30 — "A Millionaire for Christy" (1951) (BW) Fred MacMurray 5:30—2 — "Prescription Murder" (1967) Peter Falk, Gene Barry 7:30-11 - "Buck Benny Rides Again" (1940) (BW) Jack Benny 10:15—2 - Arabesque" (1966) Gregory Peck, Sophia Loren 10:30-4 - "Boeing, Boeing" (1965) Jerry Lewis, Tony Curtis 12:35-4 - "The Redhead from Wyoming" (1953) Maureen O'Hara 2:05-4 - "One Way Street" (1950) (BW) James Mason 3:35-4 - "Red Sun• down" (1956) Rory Calhoun is banned by federal law from Public Broadcasting Service stations. And so the people who produce PBS shows look for underwriters, corporations whose drum-beating is limited to a voice discreetly saying something like "this show was made possible by a grant from..." The announcement is made briefly at the start and finish of the show and that's it. Mrs. Child, a pleasant- faced, matter-of-fact woman, walked down the gastronomic gangway Into Ami-ric.! s kitchens on Feb. 11, 1963, '.he day the show first aired i^n public television. Since then more than 300 shows have been aired. She has also won television's Emmy award. But it won't pay the bills. One New York housewife, told of the impending demise of "The French Chef," frowned and summed tbc whole thing up this way: "Well, I hate to see it p>. It was nice while it basted." • Complete Choice of Snacks . . . Quick Short-Order Service Eating. 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU Godfrey Road 466-3950 Milton Road 462-7855 7th & Central 462-9112 Village Cafe 2611 College Ave., " Upper Alton SAT. & SVN. SPECIAL SWISS STEAK With Baked Potatoes OR CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS SUMMER HOURS!L n Z gto M 8 on^, ^ y ,T Eleulah Zlrkelback, M«r. Sell things fast and easy ivith loiv cost Telegraph Want Ads! * * * * 11 Movie (BW) 30 Gospel Singers 12:30-2 SPECIAL: Summer Olympics '30 Streams of Faith 1:00—5 Baseball: St. Louis Cardinals vs New York Mets 30 Christ is the Answer 1:30—30 Revival Fires 2:00—11 Movie (BW) 30 Day of Discovery 2:30—4 Tennis Championship 30 Kathryn Kuhlman 3:00—2 Daniel Boone 30 Good News 3:15—5 Scoreboard 3:30—5 Sports Action Profile 11 Wagon Train 30 Gidget 4:00-2 SPECIAL: Drags Via Satellite 5 Golf Tournament 9 Toy That Grew Up 30 Movie (BW) 4:30—11 Porter Wagoner 5:00—4 Pro Football 9 Along the River 11 Wilburn Brothers 5:15—9 Toute La Bande 5:30—2 Movie 5 News California death poll SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Californians favor retention of the death penalty by 66 to 24 per cent — the biggest margin in 16 years it has conducted public opinion polls on the issue, the California Poll said today. The other 10 per cent of the 1,032 persons interviewed face to face in the July 31- Aug. 6 poll had qualified opinions or no opinions on whether to keep or do away with capital punishment, pollster Mervin D. Field said. Public interest in the issue is great in California where n initiative constitutional amendment on the November ballot would restore the death penalty which the state Supreme Court ruled unconstitutional last Feb. 18. In the poll completed last month, those interviewed were asked the general question of whether they favor "doing away with the death sentence, or do you feel that the death sentence, should be kept as a punishment for serious crimes?" Film led to arrest CLEVELAND. Ohio (AP) Eugene Schmidt, 58, of Geneva, Ohio, was photographed after trying to rescue two men in a plane crash last weekend. The picture led to his arrest Wednesday on a warrant charging him with conversion of property. Schmidt was recognized by John Petal, manager of Wings Athletic Club in Cleveland, who saw the picture in a newspaper. Schmidt is charged with taking $457 from the club while he worked there as a part-time bartender last August. Schmidt and two other men made an unsuccessful attempt to rescue the pilot and passenger of a small plane which crashed near Geneva last Sunday. 9 Profile of a Tele- course 11 Buck Owens SUNDAY EVENING 6:00—5 Survival 9 Electric Company 11 Nashville Music 30 Rifleman 6:30—5 World of Disney 9 French Chief 11 Country Carnival 30 Untamed World 7:00—2 Summer Olympic Highlights 9 Firing Line 11 Country Place 30 Roller Game of the Week 7:30-5 Ozzie's Girls 11 Movie (BW) 8:00—4 SPECIAL: Life of Leonardo Da Vinci 5 SPECIAL: Liza With a "Z" 9 Masterpiece Theatre 8:30-2 SPECIAL: Salute to Television's 25th year 8:50-9 Two-Way TV 9:00—4 Fal Season Preview 5 Bold Ones 9 Evening at Pops 11 Sea Hunt 30 Al Onofrio Show 9:30—4 David Frost Revue 11 Soul Train 30 Underground 10:00—2 4 5 News 9 Until I Die 10:15-2 Movie 10:30—4 Movie 5 This is your Life 9 Film 11 Bill Fields 30 Rex Humbard 11:00-5 It Takes a Thief 9 Choral Group 12:00—5 News 11 Songs of Faith 5 Truth or Consequen- BEST PICTURE • BEST DIRECTOR , w .. TO , t> w* MID-AMERICA THEATRES (30 From Warner Bros. Open 6:30 Shown: 6:45 & 9:05 4TH BIG WEEK! CAMEO 1622 WASHINGTON * bl/U 465-703? ALTON'S FINEST! Mat. Sun. Open 1:30 Shown: 2:00-4:25 6:45-9:10 Sunday SMORGASBORD 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. * FRIED CHICKEN * ROAST BEEF & DRESSING * SALISBURY STEAK Wed. Thurs. Fri. & Sat. "THE CIRCUS" -STARTS TONITE!- OPEN 6:30 MATINEES SAT. & SUN, 1:30 C««fert»Wj COOL GRAND "2 OF THE YEAR'S BEST" %*'?" ^ Tonite /' 9:00 Sat. & Sun. 1:30 5:15 9:10 In everyone's life there's aj EROF'42] Jennifer O'Neill V Gary Grimes Technicolor (R) -PLC7S 2ND HIT /one fonda ^dono Id /utheriaiicJ inanalanj.pakula production Tonito 7:05 — Sat. & Sun. 8:15, 7:10 klule "Best <R Actress" GODFREY PHONE 466-1320 STARTS TONITE—OPEN e:30 (FG) "CONQUEST OF THE 7:I5 PLANET OF THE APES" <J:I ' Comfortably £00// WIIDEY Sat. & Sun. 1:15, 8:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15 News/Religion 12:05 ces 12:30—2 11 News 12:35—4 Movie 5 Weather 2:05-^ 3:25—4 5:05—4 Movie (BW) Movie Religion The Telegraph cannot al- ' ways publish last - minute changes made by the television stations. GOOD FOOD! Music By DAVID McKEE Sat. Night 5 prn-l am FILM RATING GUIDE For Parents and Their Children GENERAL AUDIENCES All Ages Admitted PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED Some Material May Not Ba Suitable For Pro-Teenager* RESTRICTED Under 17 requires accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED (Age limit may vary in certain areas) Printed as a public service by " ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PORT ROOM RESTAURANT FLAMINGO MOTEL 501 E. Bruutlwuy 402-0642 DIXI-LAND MUSIC AT DELHI CLUB (Between Godfrey and Jerseyvllle on Rt. 287 at Delhi. Turn at Me- Cluskey Rd.) Sunday Afternoon September TO from 2-6 p.m. 17th *************** * * * *THE RED GARTER NOW THRU SEPT. 9 KM. TO 1 A.M. "SEA DAWG" FROM ST. LOUIS OPEN 7 P.M.—START DUSK BEL*AIR HWY 66 (til ID 6-9636 NOW Thru TUES. 3 HITS —FRI. & SAT. 3214 E. BROADWAY — ALTON, ILL *j"A MAM CALLED HORSE RICHARD HARRIS 1PG) NO. 3 FRI S SAT "WILD AND WIUINO"(NR) OPtN ^ P.M.—START DUSK CAPRI O'U ST tOUIS RO Cl 4-2M4 OW Thru TUES MADISON COUNTY'S FINEST! B'A'C CINE RT. Ill, ROXANA 254-6746 NOW! FREE PARKING! EASTWOOD JOEKIDD II you're looking for trouble he's JOE RIOD. NIGHTLY AT9:15 The West the way it really was! CLIFF ROBERTSON NIGHTLY AT 7:30 B«A«C/STARUQIfr DRIVE IN THEATRE NOW! 3500 COLLEGE AVE.. ALTON 462-4921 OPEN 7 P.M. MEET BOXCAR BERTHA ... just a little country girl with a talent for lovin', taste for violence and a banged-up boxcar for a boudoir. $ Shown At 9:30 SKAGGS STEAKHOUSE Route 148 — EdwurdbvUle Komi, Wood River Dining Kovm Opens at 1 p.m- Dial 238-161-4 for Reservation ENTREES 1.) Poached Halibut Steak with Egg Sauce and Lemon Garnish 2.) Chicken Caccitorri with Risilto Kiiv 3.) Filet Mignon \vith Crabmeat Di-cssiuy and Mushroom Wine Sauce 4.) Baked Stuffed Pork Chops Del Monicu with Oyster Dressing FASHION SHOWS DURING MO.NDAV LlNCIi The above orders include soup, salad, vegetable. potato, tolls and butter. NO. 3 f*l. & SAT TWO LANE BLACKTOP" (PC) [CO-MIT •••• ',.' C^4Tfr SHOWN WOMEN [lut Big HUt TONIGHT AND SAT. 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