The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, January 25, 1962, Page 12, Image 12

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Tri-counfy dental survey
being planned in February
Starting February 6 and contin
uing through the month, dental
examinations will be given to ap
proximately 2250 school pupils in
Central Oregon, to determine the
dental status ot a segment 01 the
children of Deschutes, Jefferson
and Crook counties.
Many groups are involved in
this large survey. The dentists of
Central Oregon will be doing the
examinations. Cooperating to car
ry out the project will be the
dental division of the Oregon State
Board of Health, public health
nurses of the Tri-County Health
Department, Parent Teacher As
sociations, interested volunteers,
school teachers and dental assist
ants. The purpose of the examination
is to compare the dental caries
(cavities) and defects with those
in other areas of the state and na
tion, according to Miss Hiltje Hub
bard, supervising nurse of the Tri
County Health Department.
From this information dental
health programs may be institut
ed for the children of Central Ore
gon and results compared in the
future to see the effects of dental
health programs.
Children to be examined are
those in grades one, three and six.
These age groups will serve as a
cross-section from which valuable
information may be obtained.
Pre-examination forms will be
sent home for parents to complete.
These will add statistical data for
evaluation by the Oregon State
Board of Health. It is urged by
the dental examiners that these
be carefully and promptly com
pleted and returned to the schools.
Each child will be given a card
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no Hank Weaver New
6-10 Paul Harvey Newt
6:151110 Music Time
6:30 Coach's Comer
6:iWAIex Dreier News
6: 55 News
7:00 K-Bend Musical Patrol
8:30 Bandstand Music. News
9: no Alex Dreier. Good News
9:10 This Evenings Favorites
9: 20 Bill Owen's Sports File
9:25 This Evening's Favorites, news
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6:45 Farm Keporter
7:00 Frank Hemingway
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8:10 Northwest News
8:15 Honor Roll ot Music, News
9:00 Bulletin Board
9:05 Honor Roll ol Music
9: 30--The Sons and the Star
9:45 Top Tunes
10:00 On The Lighter Side
10: 15 Music Time
10:30 Local News
10:35 Honor Roll ot Musle
10: 40 Golden Record Program
10:45 Honor Roll of Miulc News
It: 15 Tcllo Test
11:30 Honor RolJ ot Muslo
12.00 Noontime Melodies
12: 10 Today's Classifieds
12:15 Sports Review
12:30 Noon News
12:45 Farmers Hour
1:00 Magic In MuilC
2:00 Five Golden Minutes
2:05 Magic in Music
4:00 Frank Hemingway News
4:15 Paul Harvey. News
4:25 Northwest A Local News
4:30 Parade ot Platters
4:45 Speaking ot Sporrs
4 :S0 Stories of Pacific Powcrland
5 0OTune Vendors
5:15 Parade of Platters
5:25 Local News
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7 15 ' "
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8 30 Bob Cummlnss Show Ral McCoys Dr. Kikiare
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11:30 Showtime on " Jack Paar
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7:45 "
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9.fO Calendar Jack La Lanne Show
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9 30 I Love Lucy Morning Movie Play Your Hunck
9 45 "
10 00 Video Village ' Price la Right
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10 30 Surprise Package Ooncentratluo
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11.03 Love ot Life The Texan Your Fint Lnprestton
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130 As The World rums Make a race Loretta Young Stew
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; 30 Verdict Is Yours Seven Keys Here's Hollywood
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00 Brighter Liy Quen tor a Day The Mattnee
8 15 Swret Sturm "
S 30 Edge ot Msnt Who Do You TrustT "
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5 00 F-ky and Hti Kreindf Thre Stuuges
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5 30 Poppye Theatre Silent Service
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when the examination is made,
so the parents will know if dental
care is needed.
Dates for the examinations in
various Centra! Oregon commun
ities are as follows: Bend, Febru
ary 6 and 7: Redmond, February
13 and 14; Madras, February 21;
Prineville, February 28 and
March 1.
A letter will be sent to all prin
cipals of smaller schools in the
tri-county area informing them
that if transportation to the sur
vey centers can be furnished by
their respective schools, their
first, third and sixth graders will
be included in the examination.
This information must be furnish
ed one week prior to the examina
tion in order to complete neces
sary arrangements.
Additional information may be
obtained from Dr. Robert Bristol
or Dr. Harold Kemple in UenJ,
Dr. Dean Dowd in Redmond, and
Dr. John Say, in Madras and
PnneviUe.
Demos await
crucial meeting
PORTLAND (UPI Facing at
least two boycotts. Democrats
from Oregon's largest metropoli
tan area convene tonight to ham
mer out what Uiey think the party
should stand for in this election
year.
The Multnomah County plat
form convention runs through Sat
urday.
County Democratic Chairman
Frank L. Roberts predicted more
titan 200 of the 900 central com
mittee members would be dele
gates to the convention. He said
Uiis would be a good turnout
Two leading Multnomah Demo
crats, however, declared they
would deliberately boycott the
pre-primary gathering on grounds
it was improper.
Mahoney Speaks Out
State Sen. Thomas Mahoney
called it "illegal." He cited a law
passed last year requiring such
conventions after the primary
elections and added, "I think it
will subvert the spirit of the di
rect primary."
Multnomah Treasurer W. W.
Campbell agreed. He said the
pre primary convention "may
well open the door to machine
politics, political boss rule, and
all the evils inherent thereto."
Crux of the fuss is a move In
both Oregon parties to single out
parly platform supporters by giv
ing endorsements to certain can
didates ahead of the primary
elections.
The endorsements will go to
candidates that party workers
feel will slick with the party
stand on issue.
SLOW BUT SURE
NEW YORK (UPD-Matt Hel
ler, 90, and Hanna Hahan, 78,
were married Wednesday 20
years after they first met.
"I liked him at first sight,"
said the bride, "but he didn't
12 The Bend Bulletin, Thursday, Jan. 25, 1962
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TELEVISION IN REVIEW
'Our Man in Vienna' was
just too much for him
By Frd Oanilg
UPI Staff Writer
NEW YORK (UPI)-Somcwliere
between the marillen torte and
petit fours during the "Our Han
in Vienna" special Wednesday
night I had to run from the room.
The luscious color, this mouth
watering parade of Viennese pas
try on the NBC-TV "Westing
house Presents" program was
more than flesh and blood could
bear. Especially after watching
jne tat American last week.
Thank heaven NBC at least pre
empted Perry Como Wednesday
night. Had that pastry display
come atop the delectable food
commercials that we get during
a Como show, I wouldn't have
made it back to the TV set.
would be a victim of converging
coaxial calorics.
David Brinkley, who conducted
the sightseeing mitt schlagg with
whipped cream tour of Vienna,
looked over the city's national li
brary, the pastry, the parks and
woods, the opera house, pastry,
Mayerling University, the brief
cases, coffeehouses, pastry,
dachshunds, Beethoven's many
residences, the amusement park,
Schoennbrun Palace, work habits
and pastry.
Although he look in only the
sights that any tourist would,
Brinkley's sharpshooting and ex
cellent camera work combined to
give the program an iconoclastic,
sophisticated charm. The Austri-
ans, said Brinkley, are "over
governed, underworked, overfed
and tired. . .preserved in milk
chocolate and whipped cream."
He made much, you may gath
er, of Vienna's past and pastry.
He made no effort to assess the
present or predict the future. The
many questions raised by his
commentary went unanswered.
And if the Viennese take all this
to heart, Brinkley probably won't
be allowed back to get any an
swers. It will be a tough rococo
row to hoe for him.
Among the many sprightly
scenes were those in which con
struction workers stood around
looking at work. Brinkley also
supplied an amusing lecture
about the legal battle involving
the city's world-famous pastry,
the sachertorte. An interview with
a food expert was the whipped
cream on this little tart.
Director James Kitchell and
cameraman Tom Priestley were
in good form, too. It probably
would be well to take Brinkley's
barbs with grains of epsom salts.
He started off by saying the Vien
nese eat as often as six times a
day, later said they can't go three
hours without food and ended the
show by confessing, "The Vien
nese like to eat several times a
day." Take your pick.
Another jarring note, certainly
not Brinkley's fault, was the in
excusable lapse which let a com
mercial break into Brinkley's par
agraph on Beethoven. AU in all.
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it was a diverting demolition job.
Jilitt schlagg.
"The Bob Hope Christmas
Show," Hope's annual year-end
girl-watching gambol for service
men, registered as a lively, un
assuming party-mood hour on
NBC-TV.
For his visits to Newfoundland,
Labrador, Greenland and Baffin
Island, Hope brought scores of
sharp gags and such swingers as
Jayne Mansfield, Dorothy Pro
vine, Anita Bryant and the cur
rent "Miss World," Bosemarie
Frankland of England.
The dramatic highlight was
Miss Mansfield doing the balcony
scene from "Romeo and Juliet."
Just before that comedy skit.
Miss Mansfield appeared in an
other balcony scene something
her dressmaker whipped up. Mitt
schlagg.
Th C h a n n I Swim; "The
Land," an examination of the
problems and promise of the
American farm, is the next "West
inghouse Presents" color special
on NBC-TV. Among the small
Kansas towns to be visited by
Chet Huntley on this Tuesday,
March 13, filmed program are
Dunlap, West Morcland and Ly
ons. Ginger Rogers is the hostcoS
for "The Music of Irving Berlin."
the "Telephone Hour" which airs
Friday, March 2, on NBC-TV.
Joining Miss Rogers are singers
Johnny Desmond, John Raitt, Gi
sele MacKenzie and Mindy Car
son. Ralph Bellamy will be a spe
cial guest star in "Saturday's
Children" on CBS-TV's "Golden
Showcase" Sunday, Feb. 25. Peg
gy King replaces Carol Burnett
on the nightly CBS radio show
with Richard Hayes effective to
night. The Thursday night CBS-TV
schedule undergoes another
change on Feb. 1 when "The Bob
Cummings Show" advances one
hour to a 7:30 p.m. starting time,
followed by "Frontier Circus" in
the 8 to 9 p.m. slot.
Collision takes
lives of six
GEORGE, Wash. (UP!) Six
persons were killed Wednesday
when two cars collided hearl-nn
at an intersection on Primary
Biaie liignway 7, about a half
mile east of here.
In one car were Keith Graham,
36, Jesse Bingham, 32. Walter
Rand. 45. and James Dvko .17
all of Moses Lake. Occupants ot
me second auto were T. Sgt.
James H. Artrip. 42. and his wife,
Mamie. 52, Larson Air Force
Base, Moses Lake.
The State Patrol said the acci
dent occurred on a bare, dry,
straight stretch of road when the
vehicle carrying the four men
crossed the center line by approx
imately five feet and crashed into
the Artrip car.
One officer said it was possible
the evening sun blinded the driver
of the car which crossed the cen
ter line.
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