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OUT OUR WAY
By J. K. Williams
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THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE
By Wilson Scruggs
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86th Congress Near Closing
Date; Civil Rights Dangles
WASHINGTON' '1 IT The ttilh
Congress was ready to close the
books on its first sesion with a
civil rights ervry left over for
Aiijouinment lale tonight or ear
ly Tuesday was the Boal of Dem
ocratic leaders seeking to wind up
the longest session in eiijht yeari
after more than eiiiht months of
lialing with 1'resident Eisen
hower. Maiy mcmbcis were coimtini;
on the House and the Senate get
ting out of town before Soviet
Premier N:kita Klirushcliev ar
rives in Washingtoi shortly lo
lore noon Tuesday.
The St'nate was called to meei
d!-9 a m today f'r closing debate
on a two-year extension of the
controversial Civil Rights Com
mission. Action on this measure
was to be accompanied by a g'.'n
tleman's agreement assuring that
major civil rights legislation will
he considered early next year.
The Civil Bights Commission
extension was being attached as
a rider to the last big bill ot me
session a 3.6ill.2e!l.WU caitn
all money bill ca-rying 13.281.8U3.
WJO in foreign aid appropriations.
Without the extension, the Civil
lights Commission would expire
Nov. 8. Southern senators were
set to denounce its continuation
but no filibuster was expected be
cause of the gentleman's agree
While the Senate tackled the
civil rights issue the House
maiked time. It l:aJ finished all
of its business cxct-pl acting on
the foreign aid-civil rights meas
ure. Sen. Wayne Morse 'D-Ore. I,
nro r.f tlui tfu frt'Mir who
thought Congress should stay in
session nuring at least pan oi
k'h. iiuh.!t,.u'u iiii GfiiH ho in
tended to continue "transacting
ine people s uusi::ess as long as
the Senate met but would not fili
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8:30 Sam Levenson Treaaura Hunt
9 00 1 Love Lucy Price Ia Right
'0 Top Dollar Concentration
10 00 Love or Life Tic Tae Dough
10:30 Search for Tomorrow It Could Be You
10:45 Uiildlne Light
ll:ou Acr'tfH the Hoard Col'fce Club Theatre Queen For a Day
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12:ir, Industry on Parade
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This log is made up from information by Television Stations and its
ccuracy cannot be guaranteed by the La Grand Observer.
Observer, La Grande, Ore., Wed.. Sept. 16, 1959 Page 6
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8 He lived 90S
12 Pedestal part
13 Mother of
Ciiin and Abel
15 Prayer ending
1G Son of Jacob
17 Small island
18 Billiard stroke
22 Jesus walked
34 Cry ot
35 Naval officer
37 Wading bird
38 Is sick
39 Burmese wood
43 Writes dow n
45 Cronus or
47 Mother of
56 Ireland '
67 Trim twits
65 Musical notes
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of the of
Answer to Previout Puzzle
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9 Bird's home
10 Shield bearing
19 Female sheep
21 Sea eagle
23 Solar disk
25 "As ye sow, so
shall ye "
28 for fear that
31 Hops' kilo
33 Islands (Fr.)
36 Greek porti
42 Female saint
48 Opera by
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52 Prepositiigi '
53 Persian fairy
54 Pertaining to
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55 Soft foods
58 Swedish coin
59 Foollike part
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APPLETON, WIS. lUPIt Mre.
Louella Voight told a judge Tues
day that her husband, Alvin,
called her a "rebel" and beat her.
Voight, a southerner, charged
with assult and battery, coun
tered by saying that his wife had
called him a "Yankee."
LONDON i UPI i A memoran
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servations about the fate of a suc
cessful non-visual show when it
is brought to TV.
Many successful transfers to the
visual fields of motion pictures
and TV should have destroyed
this silly attitude by now but
there it was.
iiapnily. Bob Sweeney turned
into Fibber McGee in my mind
within minutes. And Cathy Lewis
became Molly equally fast.
I thought the success of Tues
day night's opener was mainly
due to Sweeney and his superb
sense of timing, his masterful
control of movement. The way he
tried to conceal a block-long house
trailer from Molly by jumping
around before it with his coattails
held out was a delight to behold.
My only quibble comes with the
appearance of Mayor Latrivia,
played by Hal Peary. Decked out
in a slapstick vaudeville costume
the only player not dressed
realistically Peary's scene was
irrelevant, unfunny and slowed
the show. I suppose he was in
serted in order to keep the faith
with those who listened to the
radio version of this show. But it
was an unprofess'onal touch. Just
keep feeding Sweeney and Lewis
scripts that permit them to cut
loose and forget about sentimen
tal detours that slow down the
I fast pace that such zany comedy
requires: That s my advice to the
At one point in Laramie, the
new hour long Western that comes
into our homes via NBC-TV Tues
day night, John Smith said to Rob
ert Fuller, "There's a real future
If he meant the Wyoming city
yes. For Laramie, the TV show
Besides Smith and Fuller, the
regular cast includes Hoagy Car
michael and young Bobby Craw
ford Jr. Tuesday night's guest
stars were Everett Some, who
had little to do, and Dan Duryea,
who had his troubles with the role
of sadistic gunman. The plot
was right out of the sausage fac
tory but some of the acting was
Wyatt Earp, now in the real es- '
tale business, began a new sea
son on ABC-TV Tuesday night by
taking off h's guns and entering
the untamed town of Tombstone.
Before the half-hour ended, Wyatt
played by Hugh O'Brian was
wearing guns again and about 15
men were wearing bandages,
thaiks to his fists and bullets.
Just like the good old days in
Dodge City. And here we go
The season starter for Alcoa
presents on ABC-TV was a good
I .nit little drama .iSomi a kui
do:ror who wont ruts because the
rec;p:cnts met violent deaths. Su
zanne Plcshette and Norman
Lloyd performed in believable
style. Lloyd was the blood donor.
The Cr-axnJ Swim: There will
be only 21 categories when the
19".9-0 Emmy Awards are hand
ed cut half the number that chit
teied up last year's voting. Sepa
rale awards will bo givci for hu
mor, drama, music. v.i-iiv -
land public affairs shows.