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FBI. wcco- CIS KSTP-5 NIC KMSP-9 AIC WTCN-II PM I (OOiMik yi:l5 Oouglai e tl:30Mik. I AS O0J9U0 Dialing for Dollan Of Lands and Saas (c, KTCA-2 KTCI-17 ' IDUCATIQNAl "Ghott Dlvar", J. Craig Early Show 5 :00Mik Of Landt :IS! Douglas ' and Saas :30 W. Cronkitc Huntley-:4S (in ;olorf- BrlnHay e. Popeye and Pete Cey (In color) Bob Young (in color) McHala's Navy Flintitonas 'in color) Gilligan't Island :00Naws (color) News (color) sISIW'thar, Spts.W'ther, Sports :30lThe Wild, Tartan :4S Wild (in color) Truth or Consequences (e.) Race to the South Death Valley Days Burke's Law Burke's Lew 7 :00 West , Tartan :IS (in color) Tanan :30Gomer Star Trek 45 Pyle (c) (in color) 8 Movie (in color "The 7th Dawn" Star Trek Star Trek Hollywood Squares (c Pole (in color) Man In A Suitcase (c Man In A Suitcase Guns of Will Sonnett (c.) Your Right to Say It To be announced TV Kinde'r- " gartan The Big ' ' Easel The Runner London Line Conversational Spanish TV Kindergarten TV Kindergarten Inquiry' Inquiry Burke's Law Burke's Law Perry Mason Perry Mason This. Week on Wall Street Continental Comment , NET Playhouse NET Playhouse NET Playhouse NET Playhouse Perry Mason Perry Mason Alfred Hitchcock Your World This Week Focus on the French NET Playhouse NET Playhouse 3 00 W. Holden Telephone Judd for :l5j S.Yourk Hour (e.) . the :30Movie Telephone Defense' :45Movie Hour (in color) Movie "Jubal" G. F9rd Movie Emeritus Emeritus The Written Word :00 News Scene Newt (Color) News (c.) :IS Tonight W'ther, Sports Sports (c.) :30 (in color) Peace Talks Movie :45 Late Show Tonight (in color Movie Movie Movie Movie 4 4 :00 "In the in color) "Horse News I 1:15 French Tonight Soldiers" W'ther, Sports 11:30 Style" Tonight .J.Wayne- Have Gun I 1 :45 S.Baker Tonight Movie Have Gun NET Playhouse NET Playhouse NET Playhouse NET Playhouse NET Playhouse NET Playhouse f :00 Late Show Tonight Movi I J:ISlate Show Alan Burke Movie I :30Late Show (in color) I :45jGrat Music Alan Burke SAT. WCCO-4 KSTP-5 KMSP-9 WTCN-II CM NIC AIC lU -J :00!Captain Gene Autry Hl" :I5 K'garoo(c) Gene Autry I :30Ceptain Gene Autry Milton the :45 Kangaroo Gene Autry Monster 8:00Frankenstein Super Sit Casper - :IS (in color) (in color) Cartoons (e. :30Hrculoids Super Fantastic ;45 (in color) President (c.) Four (c) 3:00 Space Flintstones Spiderman Flower :I5! Ghosts(c) (in color) (in color) Gardening :30 Shazian Young Journey-Center Farm Forum :45 i (in color) Samson (c.) of Earth (c.) (in color) 4 yOOjMoby Dick The Birdman King Kong Whirlybirds ll:!5 (in color) (in color) (in color) Whirlybirds III :30 Superman- Atom Ant. (e.) George of Ripcord ' :45 Aquaman(e) Squirrel (e.) the Jungle(c) Ripcord 4 4 :00 Superman- Top Cet The Beetles Cartoon I I :IS Aquamen (in color) (in color) Cut-ups (c.) I I :30 Johnny Cool Bandstand Junior ' :45 Quest(c) Mtool (c.) (in color) Auction 4 A :00 Newt (c.) Auto Bandstand Lunch with I :I5 W'ther, Spts. Racing (e.) Bandstand Casev I :30 Hobby (c.) ". . . Like Happening Lunch with ' - :45 Almanac It Is" (c.) 'fc9 (c) Casey (c.) PM 1 :00!Jobs Now! Baseball Kit Carson Theeter I :I5 (in color) (in color) Kit Carson "The I :30 Theater Baseball Roller Derby Avenger" :45 (in color) Baseball (in color) S. Reeves 2:00 "Angry Baseball Roller Derby Theater :I5 Red Baieball Roller Derby Theater :30 Planet" Baseball Arrest and Theater :45; G. Mohr Baieball Trial Theater i0OEit Baseball Arrest and "A Man :IS Side. , Baball Trial ' Called :30 West Baseball Arrist and Gringo" :45 Side Baseball Trial D.Martin DEATHS TV Program Notes Information about program it from network and ttation prut releae$ exetpt where symbol indicatet a preview or a movie rating by TV Keg newt terviee. FRIDAY EVENING 6:00 THE RUNNER features the Upper Midwest American Indian Center. ch.2. 6:30 WILD WILD WEST. Repeat. Agents West and Gordon join a wagon train in their search for a mysterious assassin. Fairly interesting segment with guest T. C. Jones. ch. 4. 6:30 SPECIAL" Repeat. "Robert Scott and the Race for the South Pole." An absorbing documentary which traces the 1912 attempt by Capt. Robert Scott to beat Roald Amundsen to the South Pole. John Secondari narrates the program, and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. reads Scott's diary of the trip. ch. 9. 7:00 WALL STREET. Guest: Frank Donaldson, president of the Donaldson Co. ch. 2. 7:00 NET PLAYHOUSE." "Plaza 9." A stimulating hour of irreverent fun, played with serio-comic high style in precision-paced speed. Five black-clad performers siino their wav throueh a barrelful of ditties, shooting their barbs and darts in all directions. ch. 17 (also 10 p.m., ch. 2). 7:30 STAR TREK." Repeat. "The Changeling." The En terprise captures an adversary a cylinder containing a voice which announces its goal of destroying all that is not perfect. Intriguing drama. ch. 5. 7-mMAW in SUITCASE." "Dav of Execution." McGill receives a number of messages, predicting that he will die on a particular night. Taut episode. ch. . 8:00 MOVIE. "7th Dawn" (1964). William Holden, Susannah York and French actress Capucine head the cast of a romantic drama set in Malaya following wona War II. ch.4. 9 00 SPECIAL. "Discover America with Jose Jimenez." Jose (Bill Dana) provides a generally entertaining tour of unusual local events and celebrations. Among the fMtnrM nf the show are the Tom Sawyer fence-paint ing contest at Hannibal, Mo.; the Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Festival in Kutztown, Pa.; the Cajun Festival in Lafayette, La., and the Chimneys Jousting Tournament in Mt. Solon, Va. ch. 5. ft-nnJUDD. Reoeat. "Citizen Ritter." Judd defends father who has killed his daughter's abortionist. ch. 9, o ftiiMfiViF ".luhal" H956). Glenn Ford and Ernest Borgnine costar in excellent western. ch. 11. 10:30 SPECIAL. "Report on the Paris Peace f Talks." ch.5. 10:30 MOVIE." "Horse Soldiers" (1959). Disappointing western with John Wayne and William Holden. ch. 9. 10:45 MOVIE." "In the French Style" (1963). Interesting drama with Jean Seberg and Stanley Baker. ch. 4. SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12:30 LIKE IT IS. First of four programs dealing with problems of the minority community. ch. 5. 1:15 BASEBALL. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. ch.5. 4:00 RACING. The Preakness. ch. 4. 4:00 WORLD OF SPORTS presents the Rebel "400" stock car race and the world pocket billiards championsnip ch.9. MORTIMER G. BORGWARDT Services for Mortimer G, Borgwardt, 73, 631 E. 61st St., who died Thursday, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, with burial in Mondovi, Wis. Mr. Borgwardt was the for mer owner of Borgwardt Fuel Co. Surviving are his widow, Blanche; a daughter, Mrs. C. T. Schweitzer, Lakewood, Calif.; brother. Paul, Mondovi, Wis.; a sister, Mrs. John Beck, St. Paul, and three grandchildren. Reviewal was to begin today in the Moms Niisen Mortuary 6527 Portland Av. S. MRS. MATHILDA JOHNSON Services for Mrs. Mathilda Johnson, 72, formerly of 2526 Chicago Av., who died Thurs day, will be at 2:30 p.m. Satur day at Werness Brothers Mor tuary, 3700 Nicollet Av., with burial in Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery. sne is survived by four sis ters, Mrs. Amanda Doane and Mrs. Alma Boeser, Minneapolis Mrs. Nathan Northrup. Mason City, Iowa, and Mrs. Sophie Person, Duluth, Minn., and a brother, Nels Brusven, Crook ston, Minn. Visitation was to begin today at the mortuary. Memorials to Salem English Lutheran Church are preferred. MRS. MARIE LUNDQUIST ServicesVor Mrs. Marie Lund quist, 75, 5421 Park Av., who died Wednesday, will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Thomson Brothers Mortuary, with burial in Lakewood Cemetery. Survivors include her hus band, Edwin C; her mother, Mrs. Ragnhild Johnsrud, Montevideo, Minn., and two brothers, Ralph Johnsrud, . Montevideo, and Hjalmar. St. Paul. Visitation was to beg'n today at the mortuary. Memorials may be sent to the Variety Club Heart Hospital or the Mounj Olivet Cathedral of the Pines Camp. Forrest Powers TV-RADIO CHATTER CBS-TV released its official schedule for the . 1968-69 television season, this week. Six new weekly series will premiere on the network in September, and four current shows will bite the dust. The new series: '"Mayberry R.F.D." (8 p.m., Mondays). Ken Berry stars as a widower-father with a young son, inheriting the time slot, locale and some of the characters of the "Andy Griffith Show." Among the returning char acters are George Lindsey as Goober, Jack Dodson as Howard and Paul Hartman as Emmett. ' Griffith will guest star in at least four episodes of the program. "Lancer" (6:30 p.m., Tuesdays). The scene of action on this hour-long western is rancn m the San Joaquin Valley of the 1870s. Andrew Duegan. James Stacev.Wavne (Custer) Maunder and Elizabeth Baur head the cast. "The Doris Dav Show" (8:30 D.m. Tues days). Miss Day plays a widow with two sons who leaves city life to return to the family ranch. Featured in the show are Denver Pyle and Fran Ryan. "The Good Guvs" f7:30 n.m. WfdnM. days). Bob Denver and Herb Edehnan star in this comedy series Denver as a fast-talking cab driver and Edelman as the operator of a diner. Joyce Van Patten will appear as the wife of the diner owner. Denver Radio Logs ublliM ei service le feeder et thorp le breedcaittra. The Star li net re. iponilble ler iregram change by aliens. wcco KSTF WDOY KANO WWTC KICK KUOM TWIN CITIIS STATIONS 30 WCAl 770 WIOL KTII 900 KDWI KRSI 950 WMIN 1300 1130 1470 1210 KOHS 90 KSMM 770 WIC 1440 KUXl 1S30 WJSW 910 WMKT 1330 630 1400 1S70 1010 1370 IFM only) WIOL 99.5 Imee.l KTCK-fM 97.1 Imeol WAYl-'M 93 7 me.) KNOF-FM 95.3 q. WPIC-FM 101.3 (mil.) KKSI-FM 1.1 imea.l KOI1-FM 91.5 Imea.l KT1S. FM 91 J (meg.) WOS-FM 100.3 fmtg.l KSTP-FM 94.5 fmea. KSiN-FM 91.1 meo. WCAl-FM 19.3 fmto. TONIGHT'S HIGHLIGHTS 6:00 p.m. "Pete Fountain Plays Bert Kaempfert" (stereo). WAYL-FM. 7:00 p.m. Mendelssohn's Piano Trio in D Minor presented in stereo. WLOL-FM. 7:00 p.m. Scores from "Where's Charley?" and "Countess From Hong Kong" presented in stereo. WPBC and WPBC-FM. 7:00 p.m. Baseball: California at Minnesota, WCCO. 10:10 p.m. Robert Merrill and George F. Schuyler are scheduled to visit Henry Wolf, KSTP and KSTP-FM. 11:00 p.m. Mendelssohn's Synv pnony no. 4 in a Major presented in stereo. KTIS-FM. Miss Harty Lord Duecan "Blondie" (6:30 cm.. ThursdavsV Pa. tricia Harty plays the title role on the comic strip. Will Hutchins portrays Dagwood while Jim and Henny Backus appear as Mr. and Mrs. Dithers. "Hawaii Five-0" (1 n.m.. ThursdavO Tart- .t. as the head of a state police unit in an hour-long adventure s. I 1 . enure'y on location in Hawai . James MacArthur will hold down a continuing role in the series, and Lew Ayres will make oc casional appearances as the governor of Hawaii. Missing from the new CBS- TV schedule are "Good Morn ing, World," "Lost in Space." "He and She" and "Cimar ron Strip." The network also announced changes in cast, format and time slot for other series. The changes: Lucille Ball's comedy series has been given a tentative new title of "Here's Lucy." The comedienne will portray a widow (widows are big this year) with two children her own, Lucie Arnaz and Desi Jr. Gale Gordon, this year's banker, Mr. Mooney, will be featured as Lucy's brother-in-law who operates an employment agency. In "Mannix," Mike Connor will continue in the title role, but he will operate as an independent private investigator in a new office and will have a secretary played by Gail Fisher. She, too, is a widow with a young son. SATURDAY HIGHLIGHTS 1:10 p.m. Baseball: California at Minnesota. WCCO. 2:00 p.m. "Saturday" Presents a three-hour report on the case of James White Hawk, a 19-year-old Indian who is under a death sentence for murder in South Dakota. KUOM. 2:00 p.m. "Currentline" topic: "Can Popular Music Be . Sacred?" WLOL. . WCCO ICBSI-Frldoy 4:00 Charlie leant 6:30 On the Go 5:00 Newt, Sporti 7:30 Ntwi, Sporll 5:35 Howard Vlk.n 1:00 loioboll 6:00 Lowell Themai 10:00 Ntwi 6:15 Sporti, W'thtr 10:70 Hobbi Houn Saturday Morning 6:00 Farm Board 7:30 I'monl-OtH'tn 6:05 Erlckton-Spitct SiOO Howard Vikon 6:30 Jim Hill 10:00 Rag. Erlcluon 6:45 Howard Vikon 1 1 :00 Howard Vikon Saturday Afternoon 12:00 Howard Vikon 1:15 Baiobalf 12:30 Nowi KSTP (NBCI Friday 4:00 lush A DuCMont 1 0:00 Nowt 5:00 Voicoi-Nowi 10:10 Henry Wolt 5:15 Buth i DuChent 12:00 Dtll-o-Show 1:00 Dell-o-Show Saturday Morning 6:00 Farm Forum 7:15 Dan Allan 6:30 Dan Allan 9:00 Swing-FM 7:00 Nowi 10:00 Charlie Buih Saturday Altirnoon 12:00 Charlit Buh 3:00 Monitor KRSI IABCI Friday 4:00 Ray Veullio 12:00 Dolly Holiday 1:0 Bill Hindorion THE MINNEAPOLIS STAR Frl.,Mayl7,1968 01 , Saturday Morning 6:00 Jimmy Rood 1 0:00 Ray Vecellle Saturday Aftornoen 12:00 Ray Vocellle 2:00 IIII Hondenen WPBCrldoy 4:00 hll Brown 10:30 IIII Stewart 4:30 Paul lornardi 1 1 :30 Nowi 7:00 Hall el Fume Saturday Morning 6:00 Ami-Haitinqs 1:03 Amoe-Hailingi 1:00 I. Nightingale Saturday Afternoon 1 2:00 Amti-Haitlngi 1 :00 Hugh Cardeeal WMIN fAICI Friday 4:00 Honk Webb 12:00 Billy McKay 6:00 Johnny Harlow Saturday Morning 6:00 Dave Voogele Saturday Afternoon 12:00 Johnny Harlow KDWI IABCI Friday 4:00 Gene Leader 12:00 lobby Davit 7:00 JonnyMatth'wi Saturday Morning 6:00 Jatkion Ron Saturday Afternoon 12:00 Ron Hock WLOL fMutual) Friday 4:03 Km Mlnyard 7:00 Alex lennotl 6:00 Rod Trongard 12:00 Joe loylo Saturday Morning 6:00 Gary Short Saturday Afternoon 12:00 RonWanam'k'r WWTC Friday 4:00 Jack Reynoldi 7:00 Joel larion Saturday Morning 5:30 Randy Cook 10:00 G. E. Foihav Saturday Afternoon 12:00 G. E. Foihav 3:00 leautf'l Muiic KUOM-WCAl Saturday 6:15 Newt 6:20 Clati Prelude 6:45 Newi 7:00 Hymni 7:15 Mittion Newt 7:30 Toe of dav 9:00 Univemty Hr. 9:30 Child. Chaeol 9:4b Newt 10:00 Chapel 10:30 Oitcontont 11:00 Waih. Forum 11:30 "U" Mutic 12:00 Newt 12:15 U N. Prtptve. 13:30 BBC Mutic 2:00 Saturday Show Avery SRccialTVspccial! Joseph Campanella, a series regular this year, will make several guest appearances as a rival private eve. "Daktari," a Tuesday night children's series, will move to a 6:30 p.m. time slot on Wednesday. Ross Hagen will join the cast of the program, playing a game ranger and hunter who guides camera safaris. He replaces Yale Summers, who apparently gave up trying to upstage Judy the chimp. The Wednesday night comedy series, "Beverly Hillbillies" and "Green Acres" will be shifted to 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. time periods respectively. MRS. IDA LARSON OVERBY Services for Mrs. Ida Larson Overby, 84, 4521 42nd Av. S.J who died Wednesday, will be at p.m. Saturday in McDivitt- Hauge Mortuary, 3131 Minne haha Av., with bunal in Crystal Lake Cemetery. Mrs. Overby was born in Hemes, Norway, and had been a Minneapolis resident for over 50 years. She was a member of 1st English 7th Day Adventist Church. Surviving are a son. Julian Overby, Minneapolis; two daugh ters, Mrs. John Girard, Minne apolis, and Enga T. Pomplun, Aberdeen, S.D.; a sister, Mrs. Hannah Toterud, Norway; seven grandchildren and seventeen great-grandchildren. Keviewai was to Degin loaay at the mortuary. FRED H. WEBERT SR. Services for Fred H. Webert Sr., 84, 509 Coon Rapids Blvd., who died Tuesday, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in Billman- Hunt Mortuary, with burial in Hillside Cemetery. Mr. Webert was born in Blairstown, Iowa. He lived in this area, for 60 years. He was a retired employe of J. R. Clark Co. Surviving are a son, Fred H. Jr., Minneapolis; six daughters, Mrs. Ethel Wallace and Mrs Elva Sage, both of Minneapolis, Mrs. Cora Poore, Vero Beach, Fla., Mrs. Edward Cunnington and Mrs. George Schaefer. both of Burnsville, and Mrs. Harvey Skinner, Coon Rapids, 21 grand children and 40 great-grandchil dren. Reviewal will begin today. Golden Valley Eyes Addition to School Plans for an addition to Golden Valley High School will be launched soon when the school board selects an architect to design the addition, i i v , , Howard Casey, Golden Valley School District super intendent, said enrollment Is exceeding the number of pupils 3the present , building was designed to accommodate. He hopes construction can start by the spring of 1969. JOHN WYCHOR Services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday tor John wychor. 76, 1225 42nd Av. NE., Colum' bia Heights, who died Wednes day at the University Hospitals after a short illness. Wychor, a native ' of the Ukraine and a long-time resi dent of Minneapolis retired from the Soo Line 12 years ago. Survivors include his widow three sons, James M Worth ington. Minn., vice-president and manager of Station KWOA and vice-president, of the Minnesota Broadcasters Association Walter. Stillwater, manager of the electronics and instrumenta tion research department of Min nesota Mining and Manufactur ing Co., and Paul, Minneapolis, a photographer for the Amerr can Lutheran Church; and two daughters, Mrs. Jennie Swedoan, Minneapolis, ' and Mrs. " Olga Waugh, Santa Clara, Calif. Services will be at Nativity Lutheran Church, 33rd Av. NE and Silver Lake Road. St. An thony, with bucial at Hillside Cemetery. , Visitation was to begin today at Miller mortuary Columbia Heights. Russ Replace Shostakovich as Union Head MOSCOW, U.S.S.R. OP) Dmitri D. Shostakovich has been replaced as head of the Composers' Union of the Russian Federation, Tass announced today. The announcement gave no explanation for replacement of the famous 61 -year -old composer by Georgy V. Svir- idov. Sviridov, 52, received a Stalin Prize as a young man in 1946 and has had a career indicating continuous official avor. His works, including oratorios, chamber music, three symphonies and scores or films, are not well-known abroad. Shostakovich, who had been head of the Composer's Union since 1960. suffered a heart attack two years ago and broke a leg last fall. here had been reports that he wanted to give up his po sition with the Composers Union because of ill health and in order to devote more time to composing. At a meeting of the union in Moscow this week Shostakovich once again voiced the official line on music serving communism ' and condemned Western modernism. But he has continued to write advanced music acclaimed in the West. W have 7 ytin of experience In COMPLETE Kitchen and Bath Remodelinq and Inifallation. VISIT OUR DISPLAY ROOMS FOK COMm ONF STOP SiLtCVON Cabinets Flnishet Hordwart Formica Laminated Plastic Sinkt Floor Covering CERTIFIED REMODELING CONTRACTOR . Installirs Manufacturers , Oesienirs Remodilers APPLIANCES ON DISPLAY One Contract Service en Everything. Including lew Ceil financing! mm DISCOVER AMERICA WITH JOSE JIMENEZ Alightheartcdviewof Summertime USAeTlvings to do you've never done . . . sights to see you've never seen . . . people to meet you've never met. Starring BILL DANA as JOSE JIMENEZ. NBC Channel 5 ...Incolor..lbiightat 9:00 KITCHEN CENTER 10906 Wayzata Blvd. Minnetonka. Minn. 545-8815 Youth Sentenced on Drug Counts A 19-year-old Minneapolis youth who had been convicted on drug charges received two consecutive sen tences in Minneapolis Fed eral Court Thursday. Judge Miles Lord ordered Steven Berthiaume. 4731 Camden Av. N., to serve one year for possession of LSD and after that three months of another year's sentence for sale of the same drug. . Berthiaume, who was con victed last March, was the first person tried in Minne sota under the 1964 drug abuse law. 6(ffiE JOHN ww WILLIAM "'' it """TTu mT Dint See today's business reports V-if rfJS&Zr S. tur f ffrnWl CSj I l2 I JOHN FORD'S J THUNDERING SPECTACLE I The Horse I 1 Soldiers 1 j Keep in tune with the stock market Be sure to watch THIS WEEK ON WALL STREET Friday, 7 to 7:30 P.M. on KCTA Channel 2 Designed to make next week on Wall Street an informative one for you. The featured guest on this week's program will be Frank Donaldson, President, Donaldson Company. PAINE WEBBER JACKSON & CURTIS Members New York Stock Exchange Pillsbury Bldg., Minneapolis, FEderal 3-5111 Pioneer Bldg., St Paul, 224-5321 1 fi ts'

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