Anderson Herald from Anderson, Indiana on June 25, 1966 · Page 13
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6/25/6« THE ANDERSON HERALD PAGE 7 Saturday July 2 MORNING 6:45 (13) 7:00 (6) (8) (13) 7:30 '6> (8) (13) 8:00 (6(8) 8:30 (4) (13) 9:00 (4) (8) (13) 5 Min. to Live by Jetsoos Summer Semester Understanding Our World Atom Ant Indiana. Farmer Farm Front Three Stooges (2 Urs.) Captain Kangaroo (1 fc.) Saturday Almanac Booster Roundup Looking Around Bowery Boys "Master Mlndj—Bow- ery Boy." (1»4»). (Mi Hrj.) Road To Learning. Timothy Church- mouse 9:30 (8) (13) 10:00 (6) (8) <13) 10:30 (4) (6) (8) (13) 11:00 (4) (6) (S) (13) 11:30 <4) (6) (8) (13) Tennessee Tuxedo (C) Cartoons (C Secret Squirrel (C) Mighty Mouse (C) Porky Pig (C) Robin Hood Underdog (C) Lassie The Beatles (C) Sergeant Preston Top Cat (C) Tom & Jerry Cartoon Show Soupy Sales* Fury Quick Draw ' McGraw (C) Magilla Gorilla (C) Cartoon pa ve d The Langhorne "100" Race tor Indianapolis cars from Langhorne, Pa. will be telecast in color on "ABC's Wide World of Sports" along with the National AAU Track & fteld Championships from Randalls Island, N.Y. on Saturday, July 2 at 54:30 p.m., EOT. Mario Andretti, U, S. Auto Club 1965 Driving Champion; Jim McElreath, who placed second in toe 100-mile USAC lompetition; and Don Branson, burtfa in the USAC itace, are favorites to win the one-mile track Langhorne "100". Andretti, of Nazareth, Pa., set a world record of 122.615 miles an hour for a one-mile laved track when he took qua! tying honors in the USAC com- letftion. 'He then went on to ead that race from its start to * * * * * AFTERNOON 12:00 (4) (6) (8) (13) 12:30 (8) (13) 1:00 (4) (6) (8) (13) 1:10 (13) 1:30 (4) (8) Lloyd Thaxton Science Fiction Theater TBA Sky King Bugs Bunny (C) Linus (C) Milton TBA Bernie Herman Presents "InvMton DSA" (19J3) Dan O-Heruhy U Mr. 14 Min.) My Friend Flicks Dugout Dope Cincinnati Reds Baseball (2<A Hrs.) Lessons For Living SaturdayTheater "Here Cornel t h * Navy" (1934) I > m e t Cafney, Pat O'Brien. 2:00 (4) Movie "Man In the Moo n" (19(1). Kenneth Moore, Shirley Anne Field, Norman Bird, (i Hri.) 3 p.m. (6) — Major League Baseball Giants vs. Braves 3:45 113) Looking Around 4:00 (4) World Beyond "The Giant Claw" (1957) Ittt Morrow, Man Corfay (U4 Hrj.) (8) Race of the Week U3) Roller Derby (1 Hr.) 4:30 (8) Early Show "Sitting Pretty" (948) Clifton Webb, Maureen O'Hara (l?i Hrs.) 5:00 (13) Wide World of Sports (Hi Hrs.) 5:30 (4) Rocky Show 16) Sam Snead Golf * * * * * * EVENING 6:00 (4) Championship Wrestling (6) Early Report Bachelor Father Scherer-MacNeil (8) 6:30 (6) (8) Grand Ole Opry (13) Midwestern Hayride (C) (1 St.) 7:00 (4) Twilight Zone (IHr.) (6) Death Valley Days (C) (8) World At Seven 7:30 (6) Flipper (C) (8) Continental Showcase (1 Hr.) (13) Littlest Hobo 8:00 (4) The Untouchables (IHr.) (6) I Dream of Jeanie (13) Donna Reed 8:30 (6) Get Smart (8) Secret Agent (IHr.) (13) Lawrence Welk (C) (1 Hr.) 9:00 (4) Lloyd Thaxton (1 Hr.) (6) Saturday Night Movie "Ride the Hlch Country" (C) (1962) JoH McCrea. (2 Hrs.) 9:30 (8) The Face Is Familiar (13) Hollywood Palace (C) (1 Hr.) 10:00 (4) Nightmare Theater (1 Hr.) "Strangle™ of Bombay" (1S60) Guy Rolfe, Jan Holden. (8) Gunsmoke (1 Hr.) 10:30 113) News 11:00 (6) Final Report' (8) News (13) Bob Young News 11-15 (13) Best of Lands and Seas (C) (1 Hr.) "Hawaii" 11:20 (6) Best of Hollywood "State of the Union" (1948) Spencer Tracy, Katherlne Hepburn. (1 Hr. 16 Min.) • • V i t h t and Day" (19M) Cary Grant, Eve Ardcn. (2 Hrs. 8 Min.) 11:30 <fi) Late Show "Bachelor Part y" (1957) Don Murray, E. C. Marshall, Carolyn Jones. UH Hrs.) 12:15 (13) Saturday Almanac 12:45 (13) Niiecap News 1:05 (8) News, followed by "Charlie Chan In Rio" (1941). Sidney Toler, Mary Beth Hughet. TV Feature: Auto Race, Track Meet Charlie Brockman and Rodg• Ward will be commentators on the ABC colorcast, which will be produced by Dick Kirchner. Ward is himself two-time winner of rhe Indianapolis 500. The National AAU Track k Field Championships will be a , meet, whose first events will be covered live by "ABC's Wide World of Sports" on June 25. On July 2 the second day's events will be televised by ABC Snorts. SUNDAY, JUNE 2« 2p.m. (6) —Tribe Talk 2:15 p.m. (6) - Indpls. baseball — Indpls. vs. Denver. 2:30 p.m. (8) — CBS Sports Spectacular 4 p.m. (8) — Western Open Golf 5:30 p.m. (6) — Sportsman Holiday (C) SATURDAY, JULY 2 1 p.m. (13) — Dugout Cope 1:10 p.m. (13) — Cincinnati Reds vs. Houston 3:00 (6) Baseball Biants vs. Braves 4 p.m. (13) — Roller Derby 5 p.m. (13) — Wide World of Sports 8 p.m. (4) — Championship Wrestling RADIO SPORTS WHBU (1240 KC) June 28, 12 noon — Chicago 8. New York (2 games) June 28, 7:55 p.m. — Chicago s. Washington June 29, 7:55 p.m. — Chicago s. Washington July 1, 7:55 p.m. — Chicago s. Boston July 2, 12:55 p.m. - Washington vs. New York July 2, 5:55 p.m. — Chicago s. Boston WHUT (1470 KC) July 2, 9 a.m. — Sports with Carl Erskine Sports reports 20 minutes aft- r every hour. i A broken leg led to an acting areer for BiJIy Mumy of "Lost Space." While the leg was mending, he became a fan of a hildren's show on a Los An- eles station, auditioned for it ifter recovery, became a regu- ar, and attracted the attention f other casting directors. food, MCL CAFETERIA . . . SERVING HOURS MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY 11 1o 2:30 and 4 to 8 THURSDAY and FRIDAY 11 to 2*30 and 4 to 8:30 SATURDAY Continuously 11 to 8:30 SUNDAY Continuously 11 to 7t30 MOUNDS MALL SHOPPING CENTER America's No. I Car ...the New 1966 CHEV All Models, All Styles, All Colors For Immediate Delivery BUY NOW! SAVE $$$ Let Us PROVE We Con SAVE You MONEY On A NEW CAR HUNTER-CHEVROLET "Anderson's Oldest and largest Automobile Dealership" 603 MERIDIAN STREET New and Used Cars and Truck* DIAL 642-8041 Service and Peru -*%W-ym XT T r/^iNowls * "" The Time To Switch To M Modern Electric Heat Now, while your heating system It thuj down for the summer, is the time 10 call your electrical heating contractor about electric heat for next winter. Electric heat has so many advantages. Il'a iilent with no moving parts to wear out. n<f T eand blower to creat noise and drafts. Safe as easy to control as a light bulb, radiant electric heat spreads sunsh!ne-lik« heal* throughout your home. This is the modem, refreshing type of heat you want, so see your contractor or call u> for facts about the convenience and economy of electric heat. You deserve to Jiv» better... electrically. ..gives you 6 reasons for ELECTRIC HEAT She Says, "Electric Heat Is (1) More economical, (2) More convenient, 13) Cleaner, (4) Healthier, (5) More modern and (6) Longer lasting." ANDERSON MUNICIPAL LIGHT and POWER 130 EAST 8th PHONE 644-8821 EXTENSIONS 252-253-254

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