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   Advocate, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1964, Newark, Ohio                               AMUSEMENT Newark !O.J Advocate Tues.. Feb. II, i964 Movie Tuttday p. m. THE BIG SHOW: "Rocky Mountain {I960) Errol Flynn and Patrice Wymore. p. m. MOVTEVILLE USA: "Abe Lincoln In Illinois" Fart I (1940) Raymond Massy and Ruth Gordon. i p. m. 9 ARMCHAIR PM: "Mr. Imperium" (1951) Lana Turner and Ezio Pinza. LITTLE PEOPLE'S PUZZLE Tuesday 10 p. m. X BELL TELE-i PHONE HOUR A tribute to! Lincoln. Valentine's Day and other birthdays is scheduled.! Joan Sutherland. Al Hirt, Broth- ers Four and members of the New York City Ballet will per- form. Robert Ryan is host. More Than 'Fair9 Applicants Dear Abby Advice On Tipping Of Minister Gets Letters ABIGAIL VAN BLRLN. McNaught Inc. DEAR ABBY: What is wrong with you? First you advise a younj; rnamed couple, who ask if it's proper to Up" their minister for helpful counseling, to give a "donation" to the church instead. Then some preacher's wife writes in crying poor mouth and says. "No. giv- ing the church a donation for sen-ices perform- ed by the minister makes about as much sense as sending a "tip" to Conrad Hilton because you got good service in his hotel And you agreed with her! You must know that no self-respecting would Actress Is No Longer Afraid By CENTRAL PRESS HOLLYWOOD Making mo- vies is a "vacation" for actors ion The filming of TV shows is a constant battle against time are competitors for fashion modeling World's Fair. From left .Mary Lou Levme. Sweden. Vera Mane Calli. Greece. Pamela Rogers. U. S China. posts at New York Cornelias. Germany: Ehbsa. Scotland, and Jane Chong, The United States acquired the Canal Zone in Panama for 000.000 in cash and annual "rent" of f250.000. Tne annuity has since been raised to .000. Advocate Daily TV Log '3NOD 3Nld '9 'SaOSSDS -01 'aizocmna 'II 'NQH '8 SOJ3V clergyman would accept money for performing a service that is part of his job. And another thing, most churches today are so rich they don't know what to do with their money next. BURNED UP IN ST. PAUL. DEAR BURNED: It's difficult to speak for "all" clergymen, and "most" churches. But ac- cording to my mail, "most" cler- gymen a struggle making ends meet. And "most" church- The Advocate is not responsible for last-minute changes in programming Columbus TV stations. Shows printed in bold face denote color transmissions. WEDNESDAY DAYTIME SHOWS CHANNEL 10 Operation Alphabet; Semester: Reports; 8-00 Captain Kangaroo; Toyshop; AM; 11.00 Password: 11 30 Bill Pepper. Background; Love of Life: 12 News; for Tomor- row. Light; Bride: the World Turns: of Groucho; 2 Party; Tell the Truth: News; of Night; Storm: Big Show. CHANNEL 8 and Friends: and Odie: for Dollait; Court: Is Right: Is; 12 Keys. Time: Ernie Ford: Knows Best: Bingo; in Court: Hospital: Mouse Club. CHANNEL 4 Daily Word; 6 00 Sunrise Seminar; Farm Forecast; Today Show; Columbus Today; Show; Minutes to Live By; Show; Miller Show; News; for Word; es know only too well what anofher Club; First Impression; do with their money. and tjme DEAR ABBY: Since w hen tween TV shots. And pages of dialog to should the people who belong to be Iearned each night not be- a church pay the preacher ex- tweefi scenes tra if they call on ftim to per- Invariably an actor-alumnus form a If the preacher of -graduated" to feature should be paid for counseling. films us ..Wnai a picnic or mam-ing, or ourymg. then it is to be making by all means let's pay the teach-; However> when Inger Stevens X er for holding special conferenc- returned ,0 feature film-making es with parents, and let s tip (in -The while m the dime store clerk who looks still in production filming her under the counter for series. "The and the mailman for delivering Daughter." there was little va- the mail. cation for her in movies. FROM A TEACHER MARRI- Inger has bounded back in ED TO A PREACHER Hollywood with a successful and secure leap. She's not the DEAR ABBY- To sa> that the scared actress who left this39'' letter from "A Clergyman's town four years ago. when it Wife" infuriated my husband is looked like she might never re- putting it mildly. Granted, the turn. clergyman and his family can "Hollywood doesn't frighten A use money. Who But to me any more." she now smiles. expect payment for a service "I better understand the people that is part of one's training in and the business and 1 no long- the service of God this is er take either very seriously." asinine. My husband would rath- She took it pretty seriously un 3g er live on beans and rice, and that day four years ago when wear turned collars on his shirts she turned down a role given her jg than take money for himseif for by Paramount and was placed baptisms, funeral on suspension. and counseling I did all sorts of things." she PASTOR'S WIFE, FORT reveals "I spent time with Ing- jg BRAGG. N f mar Bergman. Fellini and oth- ers. I gambled at Monte Carlo, jg For a personal, unpublished swam in the Mediterranean. repiv write in ABBY. Box 3385. went tn impressionist museums Reverh HilK Calif Enclose a in Pans addressed emel- After thus "punishing" herself. she went back to work in tele- vision, where her fine perform- 
                            

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