Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 27, 1964 · Page 28
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THURSDAY * (Presented as a. public service by the Lake Charlea American Press which is not responsible for unannounced changes by stations or similar program inaccuracies.) Channels — WBRZ-TV Baton Houge 2, KATC-TV Lafayette, 3 KPAC-TV Port Arthur 4. KALB Alexandria 5, KFDM Beaumont 6, KPLC-tV Lake ChatUs 7, KLFY-TV Lafayette lo, and KBMT-TV Beaumont 32. Today's evening prografns are listed below, tomofrew daytime programs are also included. WEDiVESDAt EVENING 6:00—Sports, 2, 5 News, 4, 6, 7, 10, 12, 3 6:10-Weather, 10, 7, 2 6:13—Esso News, 2, 5 Weather, 6 Sports, 10, 7 News, 12, 7 TV 3 News, 3 6.20—News, 6. r 6:25-Weather, 5, 12, 4 6:30-The Virginian, 2, 1, 7 Science Fiction, 10 Ozzie & Harriet, 3,12 Myths and Menaces, 6 7:00—Patty Duke Show, 3, 12 All America Wants to Know, 6, 7 30—Farmer's Daughter, 3 12 Suspense, 6 8 00—Ben Casey, 2, 3, 12 Beverly Hillbillies, 10, 6 Espionage, 4, 7 NEW Breed, 5 (UO—Dick Van Dyke, in, 6 9:00—Qianning, 12 The llth Hour, 2, 4, 5, 7 Untouchables, 3 Danny Kaye, 10, ft 10:00-NIght Desk, 2 Weather, 7 News, 3, 12, 4, fl, 10 Date Line '63, 5 Hi.OS-News, 7 10:10-Weather, 3, 12, 4, 6, 10 Sports, 7 in: 15—Tonight Show, 7 Criss Cross, fi News, 3, 4, 12 Sports, 10 "Postmark of Danger," * 12 i 10:30-Tonight, 4, 12 10:50-"RaJsing a Riot," 10 12:00—News-Prayer, 2 THURSDAY DAYTIME fi.OO—Happy Show, 10 fi: 15—Pass Partout, 10 fi: 55—Farm Report, 7 7.-00—Today, J, 4, 5, 7 Outlook!, 10 Dateline '63. 5 7.23—Local Weather, 7 7:30—Popeye, lo Uncle Willie's Club fi Today. 7 fl.oo—Kangaroo, 6, 10 3:2S-Coffee With Ann, 5 Adeline's Show, 4 Local News, 7 R 30-Today Show, 5, 4, 7 R-50-News, 12 fi • 55—Devotions, 12 9 00-Jack LaLanne, 12 Three Stooges, 2 News, 6, 10 Say When, 4. 7, 2 9.30-PIay Your Hunch, 5 Word for Word, 2, 4, 7 Deputy Dawg, 3 I Love Lucy, 6, in Ernie Ford, 12 3.25—NBC News, 4. 7 10:00-Priee Is Right, 2, 3, 12 Concentration, 7, 5, 4 The McCoys, 6,10 10.30-Jeopardy, 2, 4, 7 Pete and Gladys, 6,1(1 Object Is, 12, 3 ll.-00-Loveof Life, 3, 12 First Impression, 2, 4, 5, 7 11:23—News, 10 For the Long, Hard Pull When you place your insurance through an Independent insurance agent, you can be sure it will carry maximum (train when you need it most.. 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Complete Insurance Service Keys, 3, 12 n:3ff-Cansccfuences, 2, 4, 7, Search to, 6 - 6, 10 :5$-Njws, 2. 4, 7 12:00-TV Bingo, 4 Romffcr Room, 7 Midday in La., 2 "Tomorrow Is Another Day," 12 famous Play House, 6 316 ^ Hospitaf> *• u Line, 5 The World Turns, io, 6 Bayou Fair, 7 Cartoon, 13 Ann LeJeuae Show, 3 Susie, 4 t:00~Let's Make A Deal, 2, 4, &» 7 Adventures la Living, 3 Password, lo 6 I:25~NBC News, 4, 7, 2 1:30— House Party 10 The Doctors, 2, 4, 5, 7 Jack LaLatffle, 12 Day in Court, 3, 12 1:55— News, 4, 3, 12 2:00-Another World, 2, 4, 7 To Tell the Truth, 10, 6 General Hospital, 3, 12 2:3ft-You Don't Say, 2, 4, 5, Edge of Night, 10, 6 1 nn S 16 , 6 u £* B Da ?' 3 ' 12 3: 00—Match Game, 2, 4, 5, 7 Secret Storm, 10, 6 Trail Master, 3, 12 3-.25-NBC News, 7, 4. 3:30— Danny Thomas, 2, 4, 7 Amos & Andy, lo "Women's Prison," 6 Ethma Odum Show 5 3:S5— News, 4, 7 News, 12 4:00-Circle 4, Club, 4 Theatre, 2 Kartpon Kapers, 7 Funtime Playhouse, 30 Jim Backus, 5 Candy Cane, 13 4:3<^- Popeye Theatre, ? 5:Olt~Huckleberry Hound, 4 Adventure Movie, 12 Sports, 5 Leave It to Beaver, 6 Super Car, 7 fTuntley-Brinkley, 7, 2 S:4fr~ABC News, 3 Leave It to Beaver, 6 MSC Pre-Med Group Elects Mike Heberf Mike Hebert was elected president of the Pre-Medical Society of McNeese State College for 1964-65 at a recent meeting of the organization. Other officers named were Jerome Cady, vice president; Curtis Ryder, treasurer; Cady, senator; Becky Simpson, corresponding secretary; Betty Everitt, recording secretary, and Charlotte Greenwood and Millie Hannum, co-historians. Hebert, Mrs. Foster C. Kot- disch and Dr. George White will plan next school year's meetings during the summer months. Any member who has a suggestion for a speaker or film is urged to contact Hebert early in the summer semester, the president said. The society's annual picnic will be held Sunday. Maps showing the route to the picnic site are available in the outer office of the biology department at McNeese, Hebert said. Bogalusa Meet Set by Masonic Auxiliaries NEW ORLEANS (Spl.V- Two auxiliaries of Prince Hall Masons will hold their annual ses> sions at the Central Memorial High School in Bogalusa June 8-11, according to 0. C. W. Taylor, chairman of the public relations committee. Mrs. Carrie Bell of Lake Charles will preside over the Heroines of Jericho, auxiliary of Ihe Royal Arch Masons. Presiding over the Eastern Star group will be Mrs. Mary McGriff Bell, also of Lake Charles, grand matron of that group. The boys and girls of the youth fraternity, a branch of (he Eastern Star, will also meet, Taylor said. Over 500 women are scheduled to attend the sessions, Taylor added. Arrangements {or the meetings will be made by Mrs. Rose Powe, district deputy for the Esther Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star for District 2. and R. 0. Lucas, deputy for Ihe Masons few* o. Mwraaar MID-SOUTH INSURANCE 101 Weber Bid*. Ordination Is international LONDON (AP) - A Hungarian pastor, Jeno \Veisz, who will serve in England in the Swedish Lutheran ('touch, was ordained by a German bishop with pas. tors of Estoian, Latvian, Fin- 433-6*0? j j s jj gjjjj American backgrounds ^_^_ I participating. \ CERTAINLY N<3t, CONDI. IVE BEEN 1U fiO I'V TH6 RtSHT fd WNftMM LIFT OPF, SAO YtARS EXPLORERS DO .SOMETHW6 tO MAKE YOU MAP? wrm A CERTAIN BEETLE BAH.EY NOBODY'S HOME TFT. DONNE FELT THAT THEy NEEPH7 ANOTHER RUN- THKCU6H/... OPENING NI6HT IS PRACTICAL!./ HERE. YOU KNOW... ...SHESAtPTHAT WE SHOULD GO AHEAP WITH DINNER... I'M AFRAID THAT SHE'LL BE VERY LATE... ALLBC.WAIT-THERE'S WELL-15UESS re* BETTER GET USED TO THAT SORT OP THINS... '£§' ARE FRONT DOOR.., ON STAG! Z THE GREEN OP THE VEGETATION FAIRLV HURTS THE EVES. FROM -H45' THE OUTSIDE TEMPERATURE NOW READS -f- 92*. I SEE PALM 7 WE MUST TREES, AS WELL /ALSO WATCH AS TREES FOR A FAMILIARTOTMEI PARKED TEMPERATE ZONE I SPACE ON EARTH. V COUPE. AS WE DESCEND, OUR INSTRUMENTS SHOW THE TEMPERATURE DROPPING FAST. DICK TRACY LOOKB 61MPLE EMOUQH:THflrs HIS WIFE OUT HAMQIM' UPOjtJTHESjA kin's DteoiN' w TH 1 GARDEN/ .. JOE EVH? COME 3 CUT O'TN* HOUSE? B1Q BLACK CAR FULL. 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ANY C* THE OJHEK KERRY DRAKE exfgpr KOI rue oucjae FiAMSSf 1 ., MAT 2?, --"" TV TIME PREVIEWS (TV Time critics preview coming television shows by attending rehearsals, watching screenings* and analyzing scripts in New York ancf Hollywood. These are their previews for today): t 6:30-8 P.M. NBC. TftE Vtfl- ginian. "To Make This Place Remember," (Heruti), (Color). Lee J. Cobb gives the script all it deserves. The same ts true of guest star Joan Blondell, completely believable as an aging dancehall queen and the mother of a lynch victim. The story's unusual aspect Is a trial for the dead man. His mother talks Judge Garth into selling up the trial so her son can be properly accused and tried, lo clear his ttame. John Dohner is featured. 7:.10-8 tVM. CBS. SUSPENSE. "Lloyd Denson." Charged with excitement despite some overly (alky scenes at, (he start. It's World War II time and a U.S. pilot is rescued by the underground when he's shot down over Southern France. The pilot (Ralph Meeker) is taken lo a cave where three other fugitives from the Nazis, n British soldier, a Jewish civilian and a female French Resistance fighter, are in hiding. nelt and Pauline Bofy, fakes whatever honors there are, 3-W PAL CBS* THE DANNY Kaye Show. (Rerun). Aft Carney makes a return appearance tonight and joins Danuy in l.wo furmy skits. In one of the sketches, you can look for Rod Serling, creator of "Twilight Zone." Helping out musically arc folk- jazz singers Joe and Eddie. They sitlg "Green Grass" and "The Ox Driver's Son," and Danny Is entertaining in his opening "t Like the Likes of You." The "Von" irr this case is a sheep dog named Hobo. Nazorenes Grow Now at 400,000 KANSAS CITY (AP) -The Church of Ihe Nazarcne reports the 400,noo-mark duing IDM, the 'IpO.OOO-mflrk, during 1063, reaching a (dial of •I0(,.1.'i2 Doinrslic uwmbprsbfp fnlals :!42.(m, a gain of 7.027 '|Y'--il block the cave's entrance with explosives and the four trapped fugitives scurry to find another exit before IbeyYe blown to bits. 8-8:30 P.M. CBS. THE BEV- erly Hinbfflies. A good chuckler. Granny gets her most serious spell of homesickness and banker Drysdale, fearing the Clani- petts will move back to Hie Ozarks with the millions they have deposited in his bank, builds a replica of Hie shabby cabin they once called home. The delighted Clamp ells move into the shack but their bliss is short-lived when a volatile college girl (Sheila James), eyeing the squalor with horror, insists on leading them in a revolt against Drysdale. Starring as the Clampells arc Buddy Ebsen, Irene Ryan, Max Baer and Donna Douglas. 8-n P.M. NBC. KSIMONAdli. "The Frantic Rebel." (Rerun). Ernest Kinoy, one of television's few social dramatists, takes a rrack at comedy here and comes up with what is fundamentally his version of a bawdy Restoration comedy. The spying Is all on Ihe fun- loving side, but the play is not Uie thing. An English cast headed by Roger Livesey as Johnson and Stanley Baxter as Bosweil (if's set in the time of the American Revolution), plus Jfll Ben- 392 JACKET CASUAL Crisp Seersucker RuRRcrlly uood InokiiiR. yrt. so cuoty cumforliililr! Cotton Srrr- sucker Spwrltoal in neat stripes, perfect fur those w;irm ilays. TrnclKuinnt styling. Top Value 19 lOS Loir* Cttarlil K M-«. M f when your home's cooled by the FULL-POWERED riedricli room air conditioner NOTHING DOWN - TAKE 36 MONTHS FREE HOME SURVEY - NO OBLIGATION EXPERT INSTALLATION AND SERVICE! TRADE-INS ACCEPTED 8011. (DERATION GR 74664 SMILIN 1 JACK We ire your fytheriiwj de«!er for Friedrich central sir conditioning sale; and service in

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