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DEATHS MRS. MARY ANDREWS Services for Mrs. Mary Andrews, 87, formerly of northeast Minneapolis, will be at 9 a.m. Friday at Holy Cross Catholic Church, 1621 University Av. SE., with burial in St. John's Cemetery, New Brighton. She died Monday. Mrs. Andrews and her husband, Egnatz, who observed their 70th wedding anniversary last February, have been living with their daughter, Mrs. Jean Graham at 5309 France Av. S., for the last two years. Surviving besides her husband and Mrs. Graham are three sons, OCSAVE VALUABLE C0UP0N3O FREE C75VOLU JL-.I n JeTHJaT m m mm m M m m m 2 m mm BIB U r II ..Ail n Buy Any Large Pina ($2.43) una uei One Small ($1.25) Piiia i nil; ftilh Thi r ...... n BOULEVARD PIZZA 2 r 4504 tie Rivn o?a.irrj U rmm . . . . . . V ItAI IN TAKt OUT ' DELIVERY SERVICE Good 4:30 to 8:30 Wednesday thru Wednesday, ' Sept. 1 thru Sept. 8 . DOOM OPIN AT 4 30 eCllP THIS COUPON o e n 30 Lee, Minneapolis; Alex, Milwaukee, Wis., and Henry, Kansas City, Mo., six grandchildren and 14 greatgrandchildren. Mrs. Andrews was the oldest living member of the Polish National Alliance and was a member of the Rosary Society of Holy Cross Church. Rosaries will be said at 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the Peter Koz-lak Mortuary. MR. SETH T. HELLEBO Services for Seth T. Hellebo, 71, Minnesota Soldiers Home, who died Tuesday, will be at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in the Soldiers Home chapel, with burial in Fort Snelling National Cemetery. Mr. Hellebo was a World War I veteran and has lived in the Soldiers Home since 1947. Survivors include his widow, Lucial; a brother, Lloyd, St. Paul; three sisters, Helen and Cecilia, both of St. Paul, and Mrs. Ruth Baker, Shaunabon, Canada; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Melvin Rathman. Minneapolis. and a stepson, R. B. Robel, Cedar Kapids, lowa. Visitation began today at McDivitt-Hauge Mortuary, 3131 Minnehaha Av. MRS. LAURA B. HERMAN Services for Mrs. Laura B. Herman, 67, 606 E. 15th St., who died Monday, will be held 11 a.m. Thursday at the Welan-der-Quist Mortuary, 1825 Chicago Av., with burial in Hillside Cemetery. Mrs. Herman was born in y m Girls' ghillie tie and boys' moc toe from Robin Hood U pr. pr. Choose the girls' ghillie tie shoe in black nylon velvet or black glove leather ... the boys' oxford in black or brown calfskin. Both have famous Robin Hood support, comfort and fit. Expertly fitted by trained sales people. Sizes 8V--4. DOWNSTAIRS CHILDRKVS SHOES DOWNTOWN, ALSO SOUIHDALE m ;k. at: 04 sc 1 DOWNSTAIRS 1 - . ' 3 STEAK SANDWICH Extra elegant Filet Mignon steak topped with golden onions on a toasted sesame bun. 12 convenient locations Minneapolis St. Paul Highland Village West St. Paul Richfield Crystal . Fridley St. Louis Park Anoka Maryland, Wis., and was a resident of Minneapolis for 40 years. She is survived by her husband, Tollef E.; one son, Thomas J. Tatman, Minneapolis; two brothers, Harold Ward, Excelsior, and Fred Martin, Springfield, Ore., and two grandchildren. PORTER H. KOEHLER Services for Porter H. Koeh-ler, 71, 500 E. 66th St, Richfield, who died Sunday, were to be today at Werness Brothers Mortuary, 3500 W. 50th St. Mr. Koehler, born in New Ulm, Minn., had lived in Richfield for the past two years. He had been employed by the Soo Line Railroad as a supervisor. Survivors include his widow, Alyne M.; a daughter, Mrs. P. G. Koehler, Minneapolis; five sons, Neil, Philip, John, all of Minneapolis, Charles. Alaska, and Gene, Glidden, Wis. MRS. SARA MABEL KOKTAVY Services for Mrs. Sara Mabel Koktavy, 67, 6743 Garfield Av. S., Richfield, who died Tuesday, will be at noon Thursday at Werness Brothers Mortuary, 3700 Nicollet Av., with burial in Lakewood Cemetery. Mrs. Koktavy operated the Electric Maid Bakery in Litch field, Minn., from 1923 to 1940. She was formerly state chairman of the Minnesota Garden Club. Survivors include two daugh ters, Mrs. Margaret Sims, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Oliver Prieve, Litchfield, and two sisters, Mrs. Clyde Ray, Allenton, Wis., and Mrs. Carl Weinkaur, Green Lake, Wis. The reviewal began today at the mortuary. Memorials to the Heart Fund are preferred.' ELMER C. NELSON Services for Elmer C. Nelson, 74, 3428 Park Ter., who died Monday, will be at 1 p.m. Thursday in the Trinity Lutheran Church of Minnehaha Falls, with burial in Hillside Cemetery. Mr. Nelson was an employe of the Bureau of Engraving. Survivors include his widow, Amy, and two sons, Dale E., stationed at McGuire Air Force Base, N.J., and Gordon L., Min neapolis. MRS. ELEANORA SCHENDEL Services for Mrs. Eleanora E. Schendel, 79, 5341 48th Av. N., Crystal, who died Tuesday, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Raphael's Catholic Church, with burial in 5t Micnaei cnurcn Cemetery, St. Michael, Minn. Survivors include seven sons, Ansel, Harlan, Charles and Ger ald, all of Minneapolis, Loren, St. Michael, Vinson, Los Ange les, Calif., and Ronald, St. Louis, Mo.; two daughters. Mrs. Frank Halupzok and Mrs. Kenneth Allen, both of Minneapolis; two brothers, Arnold, Wayzata, and Rommie Neiss, Minneapolis, and two sisters, Mrs. Mane Hodg son, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Aurelia O'Donnell, St. Michael. Reviewal will be from 2 p.m. today at Knaeble Mortuary, with a prayer service at a p.m. IS Kallman Lease This Brand New Full Size, Fully Equipped 1965 Ford Galaxie 500 2-dr. hardtop TV.RADIO CHATTER School Dropout Star of New Series EDITOR'S NOTE: Forrest Powers, TV-radio columnist for the Minneapolis Star, is on vacation. By CHARLES WITBECK Of TV Key (King Features Syndicate) HOLLYWOOD, Calif. "I feel almost soapboxy about this series," said a very vocal young man, actor Dick Kallman, star of "Hank," NBC's new Friday night comedy about an unregistered college student, "because I was a high school dropout." Bored by schooling, actor Kallman gave up life in a fancy New England prep school to conquer the theater world. "What a mistake that was," he groans. "During the lean periods I used to sweat at nights when I realized what lite could be like without a high school diploma." Kallman admits he was lucky. At least he had a direction the theater. Son of a wealthy hotel owner who was wiped out in the Cuban Castro revolution, Dick describes himself, at 16, as being "a little crown prince. Everything was done for my brother and myself in the hotel," he said. "I was a rich, self-indulgent brat. I wouldn't listen to my father. I knew I was much smarter than he was. Of course I was dead wrong." Now Kallman has a message to shout at teen-agers on Friday nights. He can talk from experience. "Kids, go to school," he says as Hank. "Education is important, interesting and it's fun." Then Kallman goes further. "A teen-ager can be made to want to listen. And if he listens he may begin to understand he doesn't know enough to be right." "Hank" is the creation of Hugh Benson, assistant to Warner Brothers executive Bill Orr, and reflects Benson's three years as an unregistered student auditing courses at the University of Southern California. In the series, after the death of his parents, Hank is forced to drop out of high school to support his nine-year-old sister, Tina (Katie Sweet). He converts an old ambulance into a catering truck and hangs out on the campus of Western State, peddling snacks to students and attending classes in various dis guises. Hank wants to soak up knowledge, and he will go to almost any extreme to get into a class. He falls in love with a professor's daughter (Linda Foster) and gives the school registrar (Howard St. John) a very hard time. "You see, this show has something to say," Kallman continued. "If one kid looks at 'Hank' and thinks college is a fun place to be, the whole thing will be worth while. So "Hank" will be this comedy season's "Mr. Novak" with laughs. "Novak" was Kallman's favorite series and he says he never missed an epi his way. "Come to Los An geles in a road company, advises Dick, "and be dis covered." Dick had tried to conquer Hollywood before, but he was just another young smil ing face. "I had to cut out," he said. "I was getting no where "It's a funny business," he continued. I m riding high but I feel this is iust a step I have to accomplish something more than iust being an actor. I must help people And I think people in public life are the ones who can help make a change. They will be listened to. Wed., Sept 1, 1965 THE MINNEAPOLIS STAR 21 B Radio and Television Logs jtmum. 11 THUR AM Linda Foster sode. "I think I know where 'Novak' got into trouble," Dick mused. "He was too sterile in the second year. He was so righteous, he wasn't human. Hank won't be like that." The boy wonder of "How To Succeed in Business" national road company, Kallman received rave notices when the show ran in Los Angeles two years ago, and seven TV series offers fell WE WILL BUY YOUR PRESENT CAR NO DOWN PAYMENT NO INTEREST, FINANCE OR CARRYING CHARGE 2905 East Lake 722-9531 MAJOR FORD INC. WW ft : v., W ON KMSP CHANNEL 9 THE ADVENTURES OF OZZIE AND HARRIET PRESENTED BY MINNEGASCO A PLAY WING-DING TONIGHT WCCO-TV Channel 4 At 7 P.M. 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WPBC. 1:30 p.m. Sociologist Arthur Johnson lectures on U.S. pop ulation problems on "Public Affairs Forum." KUOM. . mONtSDAY WCCO ICSII WEDNESDAY 4:00 Boont-Erickton 6:35 On tK Go 5:00 Ntw, Sporti 7:30 Nwi, Sporti 5 3S Howard Vik.n I OO louball 6:00 lowtll Thwmil 10:30 Niw 6:15 Seam. W rt.r 11:00 Kobbi Hauu 6:30 Foul Gl.l THURSDAY MORNING 6:00 Spt.c.-tritk'n 1:00 Howard Vlkwl 6:30 Hill. Nlwt 10:10 Arthur Godfroy 6:45 Vikon. W'ttwr 11:10 Jorg.n Naik 7-.00 Now. 11:15 Door Abby 7:30 lank Nti 11:30 Dim.mion THURSDAY AFTERNOON 11:00 W'lh.r. Roods 1:45 Bolty Furntii 12:30 N.wt 2:10 Rog Ericklon 12:45 SDMCt-Farm 2:30 Kirby't Corner 1:10 Art linkUHir 2:45 toon-Ericktui K5TP INBCI WEDNESDAY 4 00 Paul toy 6 45 lit Lint 4:45 Voicn-Ntwi 7:00 Charli tilth 5:15 Paul Jay 10:00 N.wi 6:00 Charlit tuth 10:15 Jim Shvman 6:30 Ntwt 12:00 Tom Edwardi THURSDAY MORNING 5:30 Farm Forum 8:00 Ntwt 6:30 Sttva Cannon 0:15 Stov Cannon 7:00 N.wt 10:00 Dan Allan 715 Sltvo Cannon THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Ntwt 2:30 Faul Jav 12:15 Dan Allan KRS1 IABO WEDNESDAY 4:00 Bob Whit 4:50 Bob Consadino 6:00 E. F. Morgan 7:00 Mulic 6:15 Ntwi. Sporlt 7:30 Bob White 6:30 Alox Oriar 9:30 Don Parry 6:40 Tom Harmon 12:00 Davo Scott THURSDAY MORNING 5 00 Farm Almanac 10:00 Joo McFarlin 6:00 Tom Wvnn THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Jot McFarlin 2:00 Bob Whitt WPBC WEDNESDAY 4:00 Mutlc 10:30 Bill Stewart 7:00 Hall of Famt 11:00 Ntwt 10:00 Mutlc THURSDAY MORNING 6:00 Bill Stewart 7:00 Mutic 6:30 Ntwt 11:00 Hint Paradt 6:40 Mutic 11:30 Mutic 6:50 God l Way THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Mutlc 12:40 Mutic 12:30 Ntwt WlOl fMUTUAll WEDNESDAY 4:00 Bill ttnnttl 6:30 R. W'ndm'chtr 6:00 Ntwt. Sportt 12:00 Ed Anthony 6:15 F. Uwlt Jr. THURSDAY MORNING 6:00 Jack McKtnna 10:00 John Fttt THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 W. Voorhit 2:00 till Btnnttt 12:15 John Fttt WWTC WEDNESDAY 4:00 Dick Haatt t:O0 Chuck Cnglund 5:00 Lou Rltgtrl THURSDAY MORNING 5:30 loyal Farrtll 11:00 Loyal Farrtll 9:00 Dick Haatt THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 lou Ritgtrt 2:00 Dick Haatt KUOM-WCAl THURSDAY 6 00 Ntwt 10:45 Homtmaking 6:10 Clnit. Froludt 11:00 Mutic 6 45 Ntwt 11:15 Fttlival 7:00 Strtnadt 12 15 Ntwt 7:15 Ptolm of lilt 12:30 Farm Hour 7:30 Top ol tnt Day 1:00 Family Worthip B-1S Tod of Day Take your family out for lunch or dinner this week at the newest JAY'S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT. It's a wonderful place to go! Eat in comfort in the quiet, air-conditioned dining room . or try instantaneous electronic ordering from your car in the spacious lot. Fine food a tempting broad menu exceptional service inside or out. H SOUTHDALE DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT Corner of 66th & Xerxes Avenue South, Edina WCCC-4 CBS KSTP-5 NBC KMSP-9 ABC 00 Early Show Charlit Chan in I tgypt 4:00 Ear 30 :45 I Dialing (or Dollar Lloyd Thaxton Show Teen Jamboree Teen Jamboree WTCN-I I Dave Lee and Pete Peter Potamus Peter Potemut 5:00 W. :15 Early :30W.C :45W.C W. Oland Lloyd Thaxton News Rocky and Show Show News Mis Friends Cronkite Huntley- Leave It to Lone Ranger Cronkite Brinltley Beaver Lone Ranger star iv log am ki e i- ki fit :uu ntwi, jponi newt cir. l":l5!Dir.. W'thr W'ther, Sports n:30;rvlUter Ed Virginian U:45 Mister Ed (in color) Huckleberry Hound Onie & Harriet Oijie & Harriet Sea Hunt Sea Hunt Bold Journey Bold Journey "1:00jWingding :l5;Wingding :30'Btvtrly 1 :45i Hillbillies Q;?3 OS 00 Dick Van Dyke Our Private I World Virginian Patty Duke Virginian Patty Duke Virginian Shindig Virginian Shindig Star TV log Wednesday Shindig Wild Cargo Wild Cargo Bat Mastenon Bat Masterson Night at the Movies Shindig Burke's Lav Burke's Law Epic Theater "The Last of the Buccaneers" 9:00 Lucy-Utsi :I5 Comedy :30 Hour :45;Lucy-Desi 101 "Torpedo Burke's Law P. Henreid Run" Burke's Law Epic Theater G. Ford The Detectives News E. Borgnine The Detectives Weather, Sports 5tar IV log i00Newt News (Color) News Movie 5W'ther, Spts. W'ther. Sports W'ther, Sports "A Double Theater Tonight Movie Life "Free (in color) "Clash R. Coleman :00 for All" Tonight :I5 R. Cummings Tonight :30 A. Blythe Tonight :45 Theater Tonight 121 :00,Western Theater 30,Western Theater Tonight Theater Theater Theater Stat TV log by Night" B. Stanwyck P. Douglas Movie S. Winters Movie Movie Movie Movie Night Life Night Life Night Life Amos V Andy Amos V Andy News WCCO-4 CBS KSTP-5 NBC KMSP-9 AIC WTCN-I I 6:00 Summer :I5 Semester :30;Sigfried :45 Siqfried City end Country c) 1 :00 Axel and I :IS His Dog f :30 Clancy and :45 Company Today Today Today Today Chapel of-Air Compass (In color) 8:00 Captain :IS Kangaroo :30 Captain :45' Kangaroo Today Today Today Today My Little Margie Jet Jackson Jet Jackson 1sL i :00 Dr. Y'gdahl Truth or Con- Romper Room i Douglas sequences (c) Romper Room i Douglas What s This Romper Room i Douglas Song (clr) Romper Room Star TV log 9:00 Dr. T HSMikel :30 Mike I :45Mikel Want Ads Work Wonders Learn to Live News 00 Andy of Concentration yberry Concentration Jeopardy n Uyke (in color) 4 rt: 00 Andy 11115 Ml I I 1:30 Dick IW:45 Va The Rebus Game The Price is Right Bachelor Father Movie "Wharf :00 Loveof Call My Bluff Donna Reed Angel" 1 5 1 Life (in color) Donna Reed V. McLaglen :30iSearch-Tomor.ril Bet Father Knows Movie :45Guid'g Light (in color) Best Movie 12 Star TV log OOiNews News, W'ther The Rebus Lunch with :I5 Som'g Spec. Dial-Dollars (c) Game Casey 30, The World Lets Make Riley Around Lunch-Casey 45! Turns a Deal (c) the Town King & Odie 9:00 Dtvotions 10 N.wi 45 Mulic 10 15 R.cilnl Hall 10:30 Mulic 1 00 Your Novtt 1 :30 Publlc-Forum 4:30 Aft. Conctrt 4:00 Pacem-Ttrrll 4 30 Ntwi 4:45 Transatlantic 3:00 Mulic Hall 6:00 Evt. Conctrt KTCA-TV, Ch. 2 (Minn. Education Station) WEDNESDAY EVENING 0:00 Minneapolis Public Schools 9 30 St. Paul Public Schools 12 50 Minnoapolts Public Schools 6:00 Minnisota Stoto Fair Setting up the 4-H Building 7 : 00 C on versa t ion 7:30 Philosophies of Education 0:00 Something Borrowed 8:15 British Calendar. 8:30 Roils West End of Track 9:00 Landscape Ideas 10 00 Profile 10:30 Efficient Reading 1:00 :is; :30 :45! :00 Password Moment of Password Truth !Art LinkletterThe Doctors Art Linkletter The Doctors Stat TV 2:00 To Tell 1 51 the Truth :30!The Edge of :45l Night Anothe World You Don't Say (clr) Where the Action is A Time for Us Log General Hospital Young Marrieds Matinee Movie "The Parson of Panamint" C. Ruggles E. Drew Matinee Movio Matinee Movie Matinee Movie 3 :00'Secret Storm Match Game Trailmaster Girl Talk :I5 Secret Storm (in color) Trailmaster Girl Talk :30 Around Dialing for Trailmaster Dave Lee :45l the Fair Dollars (c.) Trailmaster end Pete DEATHS MRS. PHYLLIS J. SCHWINN Services for Mrs. Phyllis J. Schwinn, 43, 5136 France Av. N., Brooklyn Park, who died Tuesday in Pierre, S.D., will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Phillips Lutheran Church in Fridley, with burial at 2 p.m. in Assumption Cemetery, St. Cloud. Mrs. Schwinn died of injuries suffered in a traffic accident Monday near Pierre. Survivors include her husband, Leonard; two sons, Robert, stationed at Great Lakes Naval Base in Illinois, and Richard, Brooklyn Park; mother, Mrs. Alice Jorgensen, Edina; a brother, Jerry Jorgensen, To-peka, Kan.; and a sister, Mrs. Robert Johnson, Richfield. Reviewal began today at the Billman-Hunt Hortuary. R. W. STOUT Services for R. W. (Waldo) Stout, 53, Portland, Ore., formerly of Minneapolis, who died Sunday, will be at 1 p.m. Thursday, at Glaske Mortuary, Beav-erton, Ore., with burial in Sky-line Memorial Cemetery, Portland. Mr. Stout was Minneapolis regional manager for the Coca-Cola Company from 1953 to 1962. Survivors include his widow, Kathryn; a daughter, Dema Kay; and a brother, Byron, Sheridan, Ind. ADD BAY LEAF When you are preparing a creamstyle fish chowder, try adding a bay leaf along with the other seasonings. CALL FE 2-8522 TV SERVICE i r.. r.A Ann4 ttamot . TV Program Notes Information about programs is from network and station press releases except where symbol indicates a preview or a movie rating by TV Key news service. WEDNESDAY EVENING 6:00 MINNESOTA STATE FAIR. The Calumet Indians and Princess Kav. ch. 2. 6:30 VIRGINIAN. Repeat. "Two Men Named Laredo." Fabian's fans may get a charge out of this so-so episode. The plot finds him playing a bookish cowhand accused of murder. ch. 5. 7:00 VVINGDING. Dean Richards hosts debuting musical- game series that features, folk and country and Western music. ch. 4. 7:30 SHINDIG. Guests: James Brown, Bobby Sherman, Glen Campbell, The Kinks, The Off Beats, Booker T. and the MG's, Billy Preston, Jean-Paul Vignon, Kathy Kersh. ch. 9. 8:00 MOVIE. ""Torpedo Run" (1958). Drama of World- War II submarine warfare in the Pacific. Moderately interesting, with a fair amount of suspense. Glenn Ford, Ernest Borgnine and Dean Jones star. ch. 5. 8:00 MOVIE. "Last of the Buccaneers' (1950). Jean La-fitte is the subject of this tale of piracy. Paul Henreid, Karin Booth. ch. 11. 8:30 RAILS WEST. History. ch. 2. 8:30 BURKE'S LAW. Repeat. "Who Killed the Man on the White Horse." Burke looks for the slayer of a movie cowboy loved by his fans, hated by his friends. Guest stars are Fernando Lamas, Virginia Mayo, Telly Savalas. ch. 9. 10:00 MOVIE. "A Double Life" (1948). Noted actor finds the role of "Othello" taking over his off-stage life. Fine melodrama sustains suspense and is well written and acted. Highly recommended. ch. 11. 10:30 MOVIE. "Free for All" (1949). Innocent bit of nonsense about inventor who comes up with a tablet that supposedly turns water into gasoline. Ann Blyth and Robert Cummings star. ch. 4. 10:30 MOVIE. "Clash by Night" (1952). A disillusioned young woman weds a simple fisherman in an effort to find security. Barbara Stanwyck, Paul Douglas and Robert Ryan are featured. ch. 9. 10:30 TONIGHT. Scheduled guests: Eve Arden, Peter Lawford, Jackie Vernon, Ethel Ennis. ch. 5. Midnight MOVIE. "Cassidy of Bar 20" (1938). Bill Boyd as Hopalong Cassidy. ch. 4. 12:15 NIGHTLIFE: Scheduled guests: Singer John Davidson. ch. 9. 12:15 MOVIE. "Return of the Whistler" (1948). Engineer is offered the help of a private detective when his fiancee disappears. Michael Duane. ch. 5. THURSDAY MORNING 7:00 TODAY. A report on the auctions of pavilions at the New York World's Fair. ch. 5. 7:30 COMPASS. "To Catch a Rhino." Films of a program to save rhinoceros from extinction. ch. 9. 9:10 MIKE DOUGLAS. Guests: Pat O'Brien, Frankie Randall. ch. 4. 10:30 MOVIE. "Wharf Angel" (1934). Corny melodrama, set on the Barbary Coast. Preston Foster, Victor McLaglen. ch. 11. THURSDAY AFTERNOON 12:30 RILEY 'ROUND THE FAIR. ch. 9. 1:00 MOVIE. "The Parson of Panamint" (1941). Offbeat western about a wild town that grew up with a gold strike and its young parson, who is almost executed as a murderer. Charles Ruggles and Ellen Drew are featured. ch. 11. S. 30 GIRL TALK. Nancy Berg, Gale Garnett and Mary Chamberlain discuss "Italian Men." ch. 1. 3:30 AROUND THE FAIR. An authentic 1885 kitchen Is visited. ch. 4.

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