Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 112, No. 202, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 26, 1990 Page: 19 of 52
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‘60 Minutes’ back in No. 1 spot
By DEBORAH HASTINGS
Assecimted Press Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) — For the
first time in two years, “60
Minutes” was the most-watched
show on TV, its ratings apparently
boosted by the Persian Gulf crisis.
A week earlier, interest in the
Iraqi invasion of Kuwait prompted
more viewers to watch the network
news than prime-time programs.
The latest ratings released
Tuesday by the A.C. Nielsen Co.
showed entertainment shows bock
on top with an avenge rating of
27.8, compared with 27 for evening
news shows. Each ratings point
represents 921,000 households.
Man posing as ranger
shoots four, kills two
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) —
Roadblocks were set up Saturday
for an escaped convict sheriff’s
officers believe posed as park ran-
ger, rounded up five men in the
mountains and then opened fire,
killing two and seriously injuring a
Deputies hunted Michael G.
Bell, 36, who escaped from the
Four Mile Correctional Center in
Canon City Aug. 3., Lt. Joe Gang
said. The escaped prisoner also is
wanted for questioning after two
recent fatal shootings in nearby
Roadblocks were manned in this
Rocky Mountain city and on roads
winding through the pine-covered
peaks and canyons northwest of the
city, where Friday’s attack occur-
Four of the five men were hit by
bullets, and two were killed,
authorities said. Timothy Bendel
was shot in the head and was listed
in serious condition at Boulder
Community Hospital Michael Vic-
tor, 22, was treated and released af-
ter a bullet grazed his head, a
hospital official said.
Matthew Hickey, who was hurt
in falls suffered while running
away was treated for a knee injury
and released. Assistant Boulder
County Sheriff Dave Voorhis said.
Bell also was being sought for
questioning in the fatal shootings of
a 36-year-old transient on Tbesday
in Boulder Canyon and a 20-year-
old convenience store clerk in
Broomfield on Aug. 13, Gang said.
The five men were in an area of
the mountains used for target shoot-
ing and motorcycle riding when
their attacker drove up in a blue car
and represented himself as an off-
duty park ranger, Vborhis said.
He took the serial numbers of the
victims’ weapons and began to
march them back down to a toad,
Voorhis said. “As the five were
going down to the road he began
shooting them,” he said.
The car, which was stolen near
Canon City on Aug. 6, was found
abandoned in Boulder later Friday.
Bell 36, was admitted to the
state prison system in 1988 to serve
a 12-year sentence for check fraud
and theft, state Department of Cor-
rections spokeswoman Liz Mc-
Donough said. He has an Illinois
prison record, including a term for
attempted murder in 1972, she said.
220 pair of shoes
CORPUS CHRISTI, Tbxas (AP)
— More than 400 happy little feet
walked out of a shoe store with
new shoes. What made the shoes
especially nice is that they were
It was the fifth annual shoe
giveaway sponsored by the Corpus
Christi Board of Realtors.
The real estate professionals
raised $3,500 from their colleagues
this year to pay for 220 pairs of
shoes for needy children to wear to
school. Nueces County Welfare
Division helped coordinate the
event Thursday night
Soft drinks and bags of school
supplies also were given away with
the shoes at Payless Shoe Source.
Seven-year-old Gloria Thnguma
picked out a pair of white high-lops
wife pink, sparkling laces. Hex
mother, also named Gloria Tan-
guma, said th new shoes were a
vast improvement over the shoes
she bought at a church sale for 23
Joe Hernandez, 12, selected a
pair of basketball shoes. He’s too
young for the team, but they’ll be
comfortable for marching band.
CBS’ “60 Minutes.” ordinarily
one of the lop 20 shows and often
one of the top 10, was No. 1 with a
rating of 15.8 on Sunday after
giving coverage to the Gulf crisis.
^Cheers” on NBC ami “Roseannc”
on ABC tied for second at 15.1.
In the overall network ratings,
NBC was No. 1 for the 14th con-
secutive week, with mi avenge of
9.7. CBS busted out of its usual
last-place standing to become the
No. 2 network with a 92 avenge.
ABC had an 8.9.
In entertainment. Fox Broadcas-
ting’s “The Simpsons” and “Mar-
ried ... With Children” were back in
the lop 10, landing in the No. 4 and
No. 8 spots, respectively.
The first of Maria Shriver’s oc-
casional specials for NBC tied with
the powerhouse “Cosby Show” for
12th. The slickly produced install-
ment of “Cutting Edge with Maria
Shriver” contained interviews with
football player Lyle Alzado, pop
singer Sinead O’Connor and
“Cheers” star Kirstfe Alley.
Here are the top 10 shows, their
network and rating: “60 Minutes,”
CBS, 15.8; “Cheers,” NBC, and
"Roseannc,” ABC, (lie) 15.1; “The
Simpsons,” Fox, 13.7; “Designing
Women,” CBS, 13.6; “Empty
Nest,” NBC, 13.4; “America’s
Funniest Home Videos,” ABC, 13;
“Coach,” ABC, and “Married ...
With Children,” Fox, (tie) 12.8;
“Morphy Brown,” CBS, and “Un-
solved Mysteries,” NBC, (tie) 12.6.
Here are the prime-time TV
ratings at compiled by the A.C.
Nielsen Co. far the week of Aug.
13-19. Tbp 10 listings include the
week’s ranking, with full season-io-
date ranking in parentheses, rating
for the week, and total homes.
An “X” in parentheses denotes
one-time-only presentation. A
rating measures the percentage of
the nation’s 92.1 million TV
1. (9) “60 Minutes,” CBS, 15.8,
14.6 million homes.
2. (1) “Cheers,” NBC, 15.1,13.9
2. (2) “Roseanne,” ABC, 15.1,
13.9 million homes.
4. (26) “Simpsons,” Fox, 13.7,
12.6 million homes.
5. (20) “Designing Women,”
CBS, 13.6,12.5 million homes.
6. (10) “Empty Nest,” NBC,
13.4,12.3 million homes.
7. (7) “America’s Funniest
Home Videos,” ABC, 13.0, 12.0
8. (17) “Coach,” ABC, 12.8,
11.8 million homes.
8. (40) “Married ... With
Children.” Fox, 12.8, 11.8 million
lft (12) “Unsolved Mysteries,”
NBC, 12.6,11.6 million > mes.
10. (25) “Murphy Bre«.«,”CBS.
22.214.171.124 million homes.
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Keys, Clarke. Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 112, No. 202, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 26, 1990, newspaper, August 26, 1990; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth823479/m1/19/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.