Stalactite organ

Mister Rogers shows a needlework pillow with the words “I love you” on it. Eric Kloss plays his saxophone and talks about blindness and how to walk with a blind person. At the caverns they meet Betty Aberlin who acts as their guide and tells them about stalagmites and stalactites. Mister Rogers plays a stalactite organ while Eric plays the saxophone and Betty sings. They turn off the lights to experience what that is like. Mister Rogers talks about having a special object to hold on to. He sings a lullaby he wrote, “Sleep Little Baby, Sleep.” He says the best teachers are those who help us feel good about ourselves and what we are learning.In the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, Queen Sara is upset by King Friday’s attitude toward the school. The king expects that once the tutor, Sir Thomas T. Tune, arrives, he will teach the prince about international lofty generosity, and that the Prince will no longer attend his regular school. X the Owl receives a talking message that his cousin, Mary Owl, will be arriving soon. Lady Aberlin delivers the news to the school that Prince Tuesday will no longer be attending. The children and Miss Cow are dissappointed. Lady Elaine promises to give Tuesday the accordion lesson he asked for. Cousin Mary arrives at X’s tree with the O.C.S. materials.