The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, January 11, 1962, Page 11, Image 11

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TELEVISION IN REVIEW
He thjnks it would have
been better in one act
By Frtd Damig
UPI Staff Writer
NEW YORK (UPI)-The trou
ble with "Far From the Shade
Tree" was that it had to go some
place. In three acts.
I thought it would have been
more effective in one act, when
it went noplace. '
Let' me explain. ' Wednesday
night's "U.S: Steel Hour" drama
by Joe Palmer Jr. opened with
a domestic scene in which mem
bers of the McCabe family
showed us the psychic contusions
that each had sustained during
the transition from poverty to
bulging wealth.
Mother McCabe, now a lady of
leisure with eyes for the grand
tour, resented tne tact tnat ner
husband, now the owner of a big
trucking company, still jockeyed
trucks, wore greasy clothes and
washed his hands m the kitchen
sink, just like in the old days.
One son and one daughter dug
dad's down-to-earth ways. But an
other son, a sensitive architect,
shared mother's attitudes and
apron strings. The relationships
were clearly set forth and man
aged to convey a poignant mood
even before the first commercial.
The opening act had a shape of
its own as it closed with no place
to go for dad, alone in his big
house, painfully aware that some
how his wealth wasn't the an
swer. It was a big, fat scene and
the show should have ended right
there because nothing that came
afterwards could match its direct
ness and spirit.
But you know how TV is. Some
how, the show had to keep run-
12 The Bend Bulletin, Thursday, Jan. 11, 1962
ru.MCHT'S fKOUItAM
6: Oft Hank Weaver New
6: 10 Paul Harvey Newi
6:151110 Music Time
6:30 Coach's Comer
6:45 Alex Dreier Newi
6:55 News
7:00 K-Bentt Musical Patrol
8: .10 Bajiristand Music. Newi
9:00 Alex Dreier. Good News
9:10 This Evening's Favorites
9:20 Bill Owen's Sports File
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10:00 Bandstand music. News
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8:00-TNT
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8: 10 Northwest News
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9 00 Bulletin Board
9:05 Honor Roll of Music
9:30 The Song and the Star
9:45 Top Tunes
10:00 n The Lighter Side
10:15 Music Time
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10:35 Honor Roll ol MuslO
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11:15 Tello Test
11:30 Honor Roll of Music
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12:45 Farmers Hour
1(10 Magic In Music
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4.30 Parade of Platters
4:45 Speaking of Sporta
4:50 Stories of Pacific Powerland
5 00 Tune Vendors
5:15Parade of Platters
8:25 Loral News
8:30 Parade of Platters
8:55 Weather with Swayze
ning for the hour and drag In a
happy ending.
To tie this CBS-TV bundle to
gether, Palmer had to forget the
different cultural levels through
which this divided family moved
by -introducing a series of trage
dies. And when the husband-wife
relationship still missed a beat,
another near-tragedy was tossed
irr to settle things in favor of to
getherness.
I thought they should have
eased up on the health issue and
business expediencies and hit the
people-need-people theme harder
with compassion instead of melo
drama. The cast was fine. Jack Carson
was Enoch McCabe, the good
natured slob tycoon. Anita Louise
was Mrs. McCabe. Pippa Scott,
as the daughter, was fetching in
an explosive way. Keir Dullea, as
the sissy son who came through
in the clutch, demonstrated again
that he is an actor of major abil
ities. Dialing and Filing: Why is it
that I laugh more at "The Dick
Van Dyke Show" now that it is
seen on Wednesday than I did
when it was a Tuesday night CBS
TV entry? The series has its
hooks into me now. More and
more, I like the intelligent way
they go about milking laughs.
"Straightaway," formerly a
Friday show and now seen on
Wednesday on ABC-TV, continues
to drive along with sincerity and
ambition in high gear and credi
bility in low gear.
"The 87th: Vital Issues," had
nothing to do with analyzing the
issues raised by NBC-TV s crime
show, "87th Precinct." It was, in
stead, an ABC-TV half-hour run
down on the opening of Congress.
Highlight was the sequence in
which a Republican and Demo
crat supplied a running barrage
of sharply contradictory views on
pending legislation. But they
agreed on one item: higher postal
rates.
Decrease noted
in drooouts
SALEM (UPI)- More than 25
per cent of all teen-agers entering
high school do not finish, the Ore
gon Education Department said
Wednesday.
However, Glen L. Weaver, co
ordinator of guidance services for
the department, added that de
spite this large percentage drop
outs have decreased in recent
years.
Statewide tabulations show that
in the I960 graduating class in
Oregon, 26.8 per cent of the stu
dents who entered the ninth grade
did not graduate at the end of
four years. Figures for the 1952
graduating class show a percent
age of 36.2 dropouts, Weaver said.
The reasons behind dropping
out are varied, but Weaver said
one of the chief ones is a lack
of "success and satisfaction in
school." i
GlMMIClf
"I don't trust him! He looks as if the 70-cent spread
wouldn't melt in his mouth."
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3 bills drafted
by committee
PORTLAND (UPI) - A stale
antitrust measure and two bills
affecting retail installment sales
contracts have been prepared for
the Legislative Interim Commit
tee on Small Business.
State Sen. Richard Groener, D
Milwaukie, committee chairman,
said the draft of the three meas
ures would assist interested per
sons and organizations in pre
senting views on specific points
at committee hearings. Dates of
hearings are to be announced fol
lowing a committee meeting in
Corvallis Friday, he said.
The antitrust measure ' would
prohibit restraints against trade.
Oregon is one of 12 states with
out such a statute.
The bill regulating retail in
stallment sales and financing of
goods is based on a New York
statute. Both the bill and a com
panion measure require disclos
ure of the annual interest rate on
retail installment contracts, in
cluding revolving charge accounts.
Morse accuses
Pentagon of
discrimination
WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen.
Wayne Morse, D-Ore., accused the
armed services Wednesday of dis
crimination against servicemen
whose congressmen write the
Pentagon about their claims of
family hardship.
Morse denounced what he
called the increasing anti-congressional
altitude of the armed
forces.
In a secret speech to the cau
cus of Democratic senators, he
also accused unnamed army offi
cers of "lying" about the case
of an Oregon youth who sought
a hardship discharge because of
his widowed mother.
The senator said he asked the
Army to give the serviceman
prompt consideration. Later, he
said, a commanding officer re
portedly told the serviceman that
he would have been discharged
if Morse hadn't intervened.
"His case was flagged for po
litical interference," Morse de
clared. "This has got to slop and I
made that clear to the secretary
of the Army -yesterday," Morse
told United Press International.
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