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TV TIME PREVIEWS (TV Time critics preview coming television shows by attending rehearsals, watching screenings, and analyzing scripts in New York and Hollywood. These are their previews for today): . 1 NOfKfiO HOW HE AND CONNIE'S MOTJCR LCXX& AT EACH OTHER AS THE TRAIN RlLlEPOUT «:30-7:» P.M. NBC, MR. NO- vak. "X Is the Unknown Factor." (Rerun) A story about an honor student who is being pushed toward a scholarship in science so hard he attempts to shortcut on his "non-essential" English course. Tiie pressures of trying to make good in his specialized field are his excuses for cheating, but we have a hunch that if Mr. Novak (as portrayed stolidly by James Franciscus) were a bit less self-righteous, the boy might have been spared a lot of trouble, Interesting, but slow pacing deprives the story of its full dramatic impact Dr. Frank Baxter appears in a dramatic role. 6:30-7:30 P.M. ABC. COMBAT. "The Long Way Home." Part I. (Rerun) Richard Basehart stars as the vicious German commandant of the p r i s o n camp where our boys will be spending this week and part of next. This episode deals with the harsh treatment given the American prisoners and their plans for eventual escape. Basehart is a choice villain. 7-8 PJM. CBS. THE 11 ED Skelton Show. (Rerun) This show was taped before ex-"Wagon Train" star Robert Horlon reached Broadway in "Ho in the Shade," and at the tune he surprised many viewers with his singing voice. He also proves adept at fight comedy as a tax investigator who thinks bums, especially Freddie the Freeloader (Red Skelton), should pay taxes on their panhandling receipts. Skelton later scores with a pantomime as a dentist who makes his patients wisli he were dead. 7:30-8 P.M. NBC. MOMENT of Fear. "Survival." (Rerun). If you missed this one on "G. E. Theater" in November, 1959, this play marked Hie TV film debut for Jose Ferrer. The setting is the desert and the drama shows what happens when two partially helpless mortal enemies must join forces in order for either of them to survive. A tour de force for Ferrer. 7:30-8 P.M. ABC. MCHALE'S Navy. "The Binghamton Murder Plot." (Rerun). It's all Joe Flynn in this episode as Captain Binghamton is convinced that McHale's crew is secretly planning to rub him out. It's a mistake (Luckily for this series) but Binghamton's frantic efforts to remain alive are hilarious. 8:30-9 P.M. CBS. THE JACK Benny Show. (Rerun). Once again Dennis Day is the focal point in the plot Jack tries to arrange a surprise birthday party for his singer, but gets nothing but trouble for his efforts as Dennis proves to be an eavesdropper. Verna Felton is very funny as Dennis' mother. 9-10 P.M. CBS. THE GARRY Moore Show. (Rerun) Garry has a good group tonight, Including guests Nancy Walker, Alan King, Chita Rivera and magician Mark Wilson. Nancy dances on skis and later joins Bernie West in a funny skit about a needed bolt at a missile base. Alan discusses wedding anniversaries and Chita has two solos. Mark, with the help of Gary puts on an elaborate magic display. Miss Walker, King and Durward Kirby do a pantomime to that old classic, "Father, Dear Father, Come Home With Me Now," and there's the inevitable Beatles' wig bit (In some areas, the first half of this show will be preempted by Campaign 64: "The California Crossroad," special CBS news report on the California primary. Please check local stations.) The following preview Is for the "Today" to be shown on Wednesday, June 3, 1964: 7-9 A.M. NBC. TODAY. THE entire program is devoted to an examination of the myriad activities taking place in and around New York Harbor. Considerable attention will be paid to the arrival and docking of ocean liners and there will be interviews with many of the people who make their livelihood from the harbor. r******** TV TONIGHT AND TOMORROW (Presented as a public service by the Lake Charles Americas Press which is not responsible for unannounced changes by stations or similar program inaccuracies.) Channels — WBRZ-TV Baton Rouge 2, KATC-TV Lafayette, I, KPAC-TV Port Arthur 4. KALB-TV Alexandria 5, KFDM- TV Beaumont 6. KPLC-TV Lake Charles 7, KLPY-TV Lafayette 10, and KBMT-TV Beaumont 12. Today's evening programs are listed below. Tomorrow daytime programs are also included. TUESDAY EVENING 6:00—Sports, 2, 3 News, 4, 6, 7, 10, 12, 3 6:lft-Weather, 2, 7, 10 6:15-Sports, 7 Weather, 6 Sports, 10 News, 12, 5, 2 6:JO-Weather, 4 Report, 7 News, 6 6:!5-Weather, 5, 12 Weather, 4 6:30-Mr. Novak, 4, 7, 2 Combat, 3, 12 Marshal Dillon, 6 The Rifleman, 10 7:00—Skelton Hoar, fl, 10 McHale's Navy, 3, 12 7:30—Moment of Fear, 4, 7 Battle Line, 2 8:00—Billy Graham, 2 Richard Boone, 4, 1 Petticoat Junction, 6, 10 8:30-Jack Benny, 6, 10 9:00—Garry Moore, 6, 10 Billy Graham, 4 Bell Telephone, 2, 7 The Fugitive, 3, 12 9:30—The Deputy, 5 10:00-Night Desk, I N0w, 4, fl, 10,12, S Dateline 'W, 5 Weather. 7 10:05-News. 7 10:10-Weather, 4, 6, 12, 3 Sports, 7 10:15-Movie. S Alfred Hitchcock, 6 Sports, 10 Tonight, 7 10:20—Candid Camera, 10 10:30—Tonight Show, 2 10:35—"Beyond a Reasonable Doubt," 12 10:50-"The Private Affairs of Bel Ami," 10 ll:15-"Man with a Million," 3 12:00—News-Prayer, 2 WEDNESDAY DAYTIME 6:00-Happy Show, 10 6:15—Passe Partout, 10 6:55-Fann Report, 7 7:00-Today, 2, 4, 5, 7 Outlook, 10 Sunrise Semester, 6 7:25-Local Weather, 7 7:30-You Don't Say. 4, 7 ?;30-Unde Willie's Club, C Popeye, 10 Adeline's Show, 4 8:00—Kangaroo, S. 10 8:25-Cpffeetlme with Betty, 5 Snow, 4 9:00—Three Stooges, 2 Jack LaLanne, 12 News, 6, 10 Say When, 4,5,7 9.-25-NBC News. 4, 7 9:30-Play Your Hunch, 5, 7 The Price Is Right, 3, 12 Word For Word, 2, 4 I Love Lucy, 6, 10 10:00-Concentration 2, 4, 7 Get the Message, 3, 12 The McCoys, 6, 10 10:30-Jeopardy, 2, 4, 7 Pete and Gladys, 6,10 , Object Is, 3, 12 ll:00-love of Life, 6, J.3 Father Knows Best, 3,12 First Impression, 4, 5, 7 ll:30-Eraie Ford, 3, 12 Search for Tomorrow. 8, 10 Truth or Consequences, 2, 4 11:55-NBCNews 2.4,7 I2:00-Midday in La., 2 Best of Groucho, 5 Romper Room, 7 Midday Report, 3 Famous Play House, 6 ^feet Your Neighbor, in (Continued on Col. 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CASEY, JUST WHAT DO SOU THINK OF MDUR PErtNAMT CHANCES? DICK TRACY HIT A LOG flT THffT CflTTY- CORNERED ANQtE, RATE HE WAS COIN, HARD TO. DO ANYTHING f YEP ! SEEM OUR LIGHTS! R FIGQERED HE COULD SMASH BETWEEN US' THE UGH1S SORTO' KEPT HIM PROM HOTICIM* TH qREfiT GAUOPIN' QALLlNIPPERGl WHAT AROftD- BLOCK'THB SOYS WELL, AU THERE FIGURED NLY G ABOUT ORPHAN ANNIE WHAT ELSE DO YOU WANT N\ETO SAY? TELL ME/ HE^HEJUSTISNT WORTH IT/ WHAT DO YOU MEAN, "REX 15 AN ADULT AND DOESN'T HflVE TO ANSWER TO YOU, ME ORANVDNE"? BTHflTflLLYOU HflVE TO SW ABOUT IK- REX MORGAN, M.D. WHILE, IM FAR-OFF THAILAW? AT A U A &KWCF TKHMOANS HUPPIE N AfTAUSEKX NOW ISN'T THAT ANEVBMCVWS SHAME? NOTHlNa LIKE COUNTRY AW5IC TO SOOTH THE SOUL*, NOW.'FROM THE TOP AGAIN SOIGKSS VCOUPE TEAYEUNS WITH PIKE POORR5 WITHOUT wm(?THe<ww ON THE ROOF PEAPENINS NOISE? SEE ANYTHING \ OF OUR MAN, J 5ER6EANT? A YEAH/.. YOU TAKE .'.. HE MUST THE ONES ON THE 3£ W ONEOf THE ./RlSKr.. IU START HERE/ IU HAVE TO WORK FAST/ LUCKY THING I SPENT ALL THOSE YEARS WfTH CARkUVALS ,.THB HAS TO LOOK LIKE A THAT'LL KEEP YOU QUIET FOR A WHILE, "eoopyf.LONs ENOUGH. FOR ME PROFESSIONAL KERRY DRAKE I US'DECSTANO HOW NOU FEEL V MB. MILLER / IF RUSH !>OtSMAKE IT. fUASE CONT &E TOO HAK> ON H.W MB- MILLER ' JIU, HONEV. WXJ GAVC NOUg aiOODTOTWTOSAVEUY SON.' I-J CAtfT FIND WORDS- I WOULD RUSH WSOBEY SMIUN' JACK TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1964, Lake Charles American Press YOUR HfALTH ~~~~ Hiatal Hernia Detected Often By Dr. Theodore R. Van Deflcii (Copyright 1964: By the Chicago Tribune) Hiatal Hernia has become the fashionable disease. It probably is not on the increase but is de- lected more frequently. More and more people are X-rayed when they consult a physician because of digestive complaints such as heartburn, upper abdominal pain, or regurgitation. Unlike other hernias, surgery seldom is needed because the majority respond to diet and medicines. The esophagus carries food from the throat to the gastric pouch and joins the stomach at (lie level of the diaphragm. A hernia exists when this function occurs above the diaphragm. Part of the stomach protrudes into the chest cavity. The condition is better understood by trying to visualize what might happen if the esophagus were too short and pulled up a portion of the stomach into the chest. Hiatus refers to the opening in Hie diapliragm through which the esophagus passes to roach Ihe stomach. A hernia in this area usually slides up and down with changes in posture. It also is affected by movements of the diaphragm, especially during inspiration. The maul cause of symptoms is irritation of the lower end of the esophagus by a backing up of the add contents of the stomach. Many victims complain of discomfort or burning beneath the breastbone, particularly after eating. Others have pain while eating or a bitter taste in the throat when acidic (Continued from Col. Twa) "The Young Strangers," \2 TV Bingo, 4 12:30-Life Line. 5 The World Turns, 6, 10 Ann LcJeunc Show, :i (.'.•irtoon, In Bayou Fair, 7 Stizie, -1 12:f.5-Ncws. 12 l:00-Lel.'s Make a Deal, 2, 4. 7 Password, 6, 10 Frontiers in Science, 3 3:25—News, 2, 4, 5, 7 1:30—The Doctors, 2, 4. 5, 7 Houseparty, 6, 10 Day in Court. 3, 12 htt-Ncws, 12 2:00-To Tel! the Truth, G, 10 Another World. 2, 4, 7 General Hospital, 3, 12 2:25-News, G, 10 2:30-Edge of Nigtil, fi, 10 You Don't Say. 2, r,. 7, 4 Queen for a Day, n, 12 3:00—The Match Game. 2, 4, 5, 7 Secret Storm. 6, in Trailmastcr, .1, 12 3:25-News, 2. 4, 7 3:30~Danny Thomas, 2, 7 Anios & Andy, JO "When Tomorrow Comes," 6 TV Bingo, A Etlirna Oduin Show, 5 4:00—Movie. 2 Circle 4, Ctuh, <l Family Theatre, 10 Happy Hour, 12 Highway Patrol. 5 The Big Show, 3 l&irtoon Kapcrs, 7 4:30—Popeye Theater, "> Action Theater, 12 5:()0-Super Car. 7 Leave It to Beaver, fi Yogi Bear, 4 llunttey Brinkiey, 2, 4, S. 7 5:30-News, 6, 10 5:45-NBC Report, 3 (water is regurgitated, especially j when bending over. I An irritated area may bleed or peptic ulcer may form in the lower part of |.h c esophagus. Symptoms ar« more likely to occur when 'lyittR down and less jso when silting or standing. Surgery is recommended only when (lie discomfort cannot be controlled wilh medical management. The combination of gall bladder disease and hialal hernia is widely known. It is not always jcasy to determine which organ is the primary cause of distress. Dr. Van DelJfin will answer questions on medical topics if : stamped, self-addressed cnvcl- lope accompanies request. TOMORROW: Psoriasis remedies. HEART DIET J. C. wiles: Are there any special foods .that are good oV bad for the hear)? i ifcpiy I Not. for Ihe normal heart. I Obesity increases tho work load on Ihe old ticker, and foods low in calorics arc helpful in the circumstances. Less fat also helps when Ihe cholesterol level of the blood is high and the coronary arteries arc involved. Send stamped, self-addressed envelope for list of foods and their cholesterol values. SUGAR IN DIABETES M. B. writes: Is It possible to bo diabetic if the urine does not show sugar? Reply Prcdiabelics may not show sugar in Ihn urine. But it usually is delected in the diabetic, though it may be necessary to lest several specimens. 1 assume the person you are asking .about is not taking insulin or • antidiabctic tablets. DISK SURGERY Mrs. B. A. writes: Can a person who has had two lamincc- Inmios and fl spinal fusion have , children? ! Reply | Yes, but pregnancy might aggravate your back condition. Consult your physician who has firsthand information on the present slatus of your spine. : DEODORIZERS ; A G. writes: How do room 1 deodorizers of the vaporization i type ad? Reply They depress llie sense of smell but have no effect upon Ihe offensive substance in the atmosphere. | BLADES AND INFECTIONS • A. B. J. writes: Granted (hat Ihe new long-lasting stainless si eel razor blades are good, do you see any strong danger of i infection of normal small cuts j incurred during shaving bc- j cause of the almost immediate ! rusting of all types of these long-lasting blades? . Reply Infection:; are caused by micro-organisms, not rust. In addition, stainless steel does not , rust. Today's Health Hint— A warm tub hath is a natural franqtiilizer. Address all inquiries tc: ; Dr. Theodore R. Van Dcllen ' : Tribune Syndicate Tribune Tower : Chicago, III. Kl'BBEK STAMPS (One-Doy Service) Door and Desk Platm Plastic Engraving Cold stamping TUB JVASOZV COMPANY P.O. e«x W» - 30M EnterpriM Boulevard llod- YOVTH NITE TONITE

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