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Television PROGRAMS in. i. a. innn II RADIO PROGRAMS KRNT Radio 1350 CBS, Des Moines THURSDAY 6 00 G. Gammack 9 05 Amos 'n 615 Rhoades, Andy Couppee 9:30 Rb't Lewis 6:30 Lowell ThomaslO OO Newsreel 6:45 News, Sports 10 30 Night Watch 7:00 Ed R.

Murrowll OO News, Sports 715 Album Music 11:10 Night Watch 8:05 World News, Weath. 8:30 Dance Band FRIDAY 5 30 Don Soliday 1115 Backstage 6 00 News Wift 6:10 Don Soliday 11:30 Helen Trent 6:30 News 1145 Gal Sunday 6.45 Don Soliday 2:00 What You 7:15 News Say? 7:30 Don Soliday 1215 Paul Rhoades 8:00 News 12:30 Ted Hazard 1 i j. it i COWBOY STARS VISIT HOSPITAL PATIENTS visited the hospital Thursday to entertain the children with music and whip and pistol-drawing demonstrations. Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Bernard Nolan of Perry, is recovering from burns and got a large teddy bear from tht cowboy actor. Lash Larue (center), cowboy star of movies and television, and his sidekick, Fuzzy Q. Jones, show Larry Nolan, 7, a patient at Raymond Blank Memorial Hospital, how Lash's trusty six-shooter works. Larue and part of his troupe, which will perform in the Iowa State Fair, and Brother Jack." Mr. Salkeld died last May.

Mr. Slankaftl was affiliated with the Pentecostal Church here. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Mary Windsor, living in MoinaiTrlbuntPgqf l5l Thurs Van Epps Dies at 55 Clayton Van Epps, 55, of 4327 Greenwood drive, re gional manager here for the Goodyear Tire and Rubber died of a heart ailment at his home Thursday morn inc. A native of Bellevue, Mr.

Van Epps came here 2'j years ago from skoKie, III. He was a graduate of Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. He was a member of the Epis copal Church, Wakonda Club and Delta Kappa Epsilon Fra ternity. Services and burial will be Monday at Minerva, Ohio. Surviving is his widow Mil dred.

Mrs. Funaro Services Set Services for, Mrs. Anthony Funaro, 53, of 131 E. Kirk-wood will be at 11 a. m.

Saturday a the Caldwell-Brien Funeral Home. Burial will be in St. Ambrose Cemetery. The rosarv will be said at 8 p. Friday at funeral home.

Mrc Fnnarrt a lifelong resi- Vl AVO ri'NAHo Moines, died Wednesday at the home of her son, James Ascione, 1127 Fifty-ninth after an illness of two years. She formerly was employed at the F. W. Woolworth store. Surviving besides her son are her husband; her mother, Mrs.

Josephine Bumpilori of Des Moines; two sisters, Mary Bumpilori and Mrs. John Sergio, and three brothers, Anthony, Ralph and Frank Bumpilori, all of Des Moines, and two granddaugh ters. Western Union Fills Post A. W. Backus has been named Des Moines district sales manager of Western Union Tele graph Co.

He succeeds Henry T. Rice, who has retired, in covering the district, which includes western Iowa and eastern Nebraska. Married and father of two children, Backus for- backis merly lived in Detroit, Mich. The family has purchased a home at 3716 Wright st. Jeanie Thomson Gets Hospital Job Jeanie Thomson has been named associate director of nursing education at Iowa Methodist Hospital.

Miss Thomson, who held a similar position at Lincoln (Neb.) General Hospital, succeeds Dorothy Dittmer. Dai Mi 'I Ex-Park Chief Dies TUCSON, ARIZ. CP Arthur Edward Demaray, 71, retired director of the National Park Service, died Tuesday. PLM iETTM TOMOMOW TO0Y THI UNITID MDcff Al WAT. 1 Mil St ON YOUR SCREEN VERDICT.

Murder trial of youth who drove get away car in holdup-slaying of grocer. KRNT at 7:30. PEOPLE'S CHOICE. Sock tries to make impres sion on Mandy's rich and handsome former beau when he shows up for visit (rebroadcast). WHO at 8.

NAVY LOG. Routine training flight for naval reserve pilot winds up as desperate struggle for sur vival (rebroadcast). WOI at 8:30. BUCKSKIN. Medicine man unleashes quack cure to get revenge on epidemic-stricken town in "Tree of Death." WHO at 8.30.

PLAYHOUSE 90. Tab Hunter in "Portrait of a Murderer," drama based on life story of modern-day Jekyll-and-Hyde criminal (rebroadcast). KRNT at 8:30. CONFESSION. Interview of Maxine Elliott Koerber, who for 22 months was nation's most sought wom-.

an fugitive. WOI at 9. Movies and Ratings (Ratings by TV Key Service) "So Lovely, So Deadly" (1957). Robert Middleton. Private detective investigates death of girl's father.

(No rating available.) WOI at 10:20. "Lulu (1948). Dorothy Lamour, George Montgomery. Cheap saloon singer uses men as means of climbing to the top but eventually meets her downfall. (Below average.) WHO at 10.30.

Rites Friday For Harrington Services for Lloyd Harring' ton, 64, of 3901 Berwick road who died of a heart attack Tuesday a Veterans Hospital, will be at 10 a. m. Friday at the Hamilton Funeral Home. Burial will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery. Mr.

Harrington, a retired service station operator, was born at Nor- 4 HARRINGTON borne, and had lived here 37 years. He was a member of the East Side Church of Christ, the Altoona American Legion and the Typographical Union, Local 118. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Doris Barker, and a son, Gerald Harrington, both of Des Moines; a brother, Howard of Whittier, a sister, Mrs. Pearl Luce of Bend, his father, William Harrington of Crescent City, and eight grandchildren.

D. M. Moose Gets Highest Degree Glenn W. Mason of Des Moines has been awarded the highest degree, the Moose Pilgrim Degree of Merit, of the Loyal Order of the Moose. The degree was awarded at the annual International convention of the Moose at Mooseheart, 111.

MM DES MOINES KRNT-TV 8 THURSDAY "5 00 Riley Th. 7 30Vwdlct 5:45 Edwards 8:30 Playhouse 90 6 00 News, Sportj 10:00 Newj, Sports 6 20 Big Playback 10:30 Sports World 30 S9t. Preston 11 00 Jack Pair 7.00 1 Diamond 12:00 Newt FRIDAY 815 Cartoons 12 40 Bill Riley 9 00 Love. Money 1 00 love of Life 9 30 Play Hunch 10 00 A Godfrey 10 30 Top Dollar 1100 Mary thinn 11:30 Search, Tmw. 1145 Guidirg Liu 12 00 Bill Riley 12 30 News 1:30 House Party 2 00 Big Payoff 2 30 Verdict 3.00 Brighter Day 3 15 Secret Storm 3:30 Edge of Night 4:00 World Turns 4.30 Beat Clock DES MOINES WHO.TV 13 THURSDAY 8.00 People's 5 05 Movi 6 05 News 615 NBC News 6:30 (C) Tic Tac Dough 7:00 Groucho Marx 7:30 Dragnet Choice 8 30 Buckskin 9:00 (C) Price Right 9:30 Frisco Beat 10:00 News, Sports 10:30 Mov FRIDAY 7:00 Today 12:10 Cartoons 9.00 Romper Room 12:40 Movie 9 30 Treasure Hunt 2:00 Today's Ours 10 00 Price Right 2:30 These Roots 10:30 Truth, Conseq.

11:00 Tie lac Dough 11:30 (0 Could Be 12.00 News 3:00 Queen for Day 3. 45 Romances 4 00 Little Margie 4 30 Popeye AMES VOI-TY TH 5.00 Woody 5:30 Mickey Mouse 6 00 Bengal Lancers 6 30 Circus Boy 7 00 Zorro 7:30 Real McCoys 8:00 Andy Williams 3:30 Navy Log 9:00 Confession 9:30 26 Men 10:00 News, Sports 10:20 Movie FRIDAY 10:45 Welcome Mat 2 30 Elizabeth 1100 Magic Window 12.00 News. Mlits. 12.45 Homemaker 1:00 Movie 2 00 Liberace 3 00 Bandstand 3.30 Who Do You TruU 4:00 Bandstand Funeral Friday For Mrs. Young Services for Mrs.

Jesse Young, 64, of 1405 E. Twenty-fifth who died of a stroke Wednesday at Iowa Lutheran Hncnital will 1 be at 1:30 p.m. jl Friday at the if Hamilton Fu-neral Home. Burial will be in Laurel Hill Cemetery. i Born in Des Moi nes, Mrs.

i Young had lived here ex- MRS. VOl-NO cept fof njne years she lived in Wichita, Kan. She returned here last September. She was a member of Easton Place Methodist Church. Surviving are her husband; four daughters, Mrs.

Mae Skinner, Mrs. Dorothy Van Horn and Mrs. Margaret Downey of Des Moines, and Mrs. Christine Hibberts of Manhattan, two sons, Jessie A. and Burdelte A.

of Des Moines; two sisters, Mrs. Rose Reynolds and Miss Myrtle Johnson of Des Moines; 15 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Patrol Planes Help Stop 850 The Iowa highway patrol said Thursday its two planes have helped nab more than 850 traffic violators during the past four months. Most of the motorists were stopped for improper passing. Summonses were issued in about half the cases and memorandums in the rest.

Besides improper passing, the most common violations spotted by the planes were failure to observe stop signs, tailgating by trucks and reckless driving. 5 I FREE and tree nnon. Jom Given 90 Days On Liquor Charge Carl Albert Martin, 20, has pleaded guilty to violating the Iowa liquor control act and has been sentenced by District Judge Tom K. Murrow to 90 days in the Polk County jail in lieu of a $300 fine. Martin, who gave his address as 1711 Twenty-third was accused by police of selling a mixed drink Aug.

12 at the N. V. O. Club, 5921 Fleur drive! Former Consul Dies CHICAGO, ILL. VP) Dr.

Hugo F. Simon, 81, former German consul general in Chicago, died Wednesday after a long illness. 6.00-16 Aflfl With Old i.JI'7 Recoppobl. Tire Plui Tax A 0 8:15 Don Soliday 1:15 Mrs. Burton 9 05 Mary J.

Chinn 1:30 Couple Next 9:15 A. Godfrey Door 10:05 Morn. Music 1:45 Pat Buttram 10:30 Hymn Time 2 00 House Party 10:45 Howard Miner 2:30 Party Line 11:05 Peter, Mary 3:30 Walt Reno WHO Radio 1040 NBC, FM 100 3 mg THURSDAY 5.45 News, Sport! 9:30 Stars, 6 00 Farm Defense Roundup 6:15 News 6 30 News of World 9.45 Music On Deck 10 00 News, Sports 10:30 Prison On 6:45 Man's Family Hill 7:00 Nightline 11:00 News 9 05 Music Sports 9:15 Farm Front 11:15 Ev Hickman 12:00 Wayne Olson FRIDAY 5 30 News, Weath. 12:15 Farm Review 5:45 Farm Hilights 12:30 News 6:00 Heaven 4 12:45 Farmorama Home 1.05 Music 6:15 Agriculture 1:15 Betty Baker 2:00 Five Star 2:30 Woman In House 2 45 Pepper Young 3 00 Confessions 3:30 Or. Gentry 3:45 Duane's Domain 6:30 Farm News 6:45 Farm Hilights 7:00 Lee Harris 7:30 News 7:45 Lee Harris 9:00 True Story 10 00 Bandstand 11:00 Duane Ellett 12:00 Farm News KCBC Radio 1390 ABC, Des Moines THURSDAY 5:40 Sports 8:55 People 6:00 John Daly 9:05 Music 6 15 Music 12:00 Nightwatch 6 55 Paul Harvey FRIDAY 6 00 News, Weath.

10:00 Grocery List 7 00 CBS News 10:55 News, Music 715 Bob Bunce 1:00 Meal Plans 8:30 Jim Ameche 2 00 News, Music 9:00 Breakfast Club 4:30 Jim Ameche 9:30 Meal Plans KWDM- 1150 Mutual, -Radio Des Moines THURSDAY 5 00 Friendly Time 8:00 Popular Stars 5.30 Smokey World Today 6:00 News 11:30 Curt Palmer 6:10 Trading Post 11:55 News 6 45 Latin Rhythm FRIDAY 5 00 Smokey Smith 10:10 Trading Post 6:00 News 11 00 Edith Webber 6:10 Irish Davis 11:45 News 6 30 Family Altar 12:00 Polka Party 7:00 News 12:30 Smokey Smith 12:45 Psalm, Life 7:10 Irish Davis 7:45 Pilgrim 1:00 Pastor's Study 1:15 Pastor Elgena 1:30 Chapel 1:45 Markets 1:53 Baseball-Chicago at New York 4 30 Serenaders 4 45 News Pulpit 8:00 0. Greene 8:30 Back to Bible 9 00 Dr. Parsons 9:15 Dr. Michelson 9:30 Voice of China 9:45 Stars Sing 00 News KIOA Radio 940, Des Moines THURSDAY 6.00 Hinsoit, News 12:00 Ooug :00 Looney, News Mackinnan FRIDAY 00 Farm Roundup 11:30 Farm Markets 30 Don Mac- 12:00 Mitchell, News Kinnon 100 Looney, News 00 Looney, News 3.00 Mitchell, News KSO Radio 1460, Des Moines THURSDAY 00 Sports extra 7 00 Olson, News 10 Greer, News FRIDAY 00 Don Bell 100 Lou G. er 00 Kennedy, News 4 00 Don Bell 00 Rauer, News it i from Mrs.

Denhart Services Set Services for Mrs. Anna Miller Denhart, 52, of 1119 E. Thirteenth who died of cancer Wed nesday at Mer-c Hospital, will be at 9:30 a. m. Friday at Visitation Catholic Church.

Burial will be in Glen- dale Cemetery. The rosary will be said at 8 p. m. Thurs-d a at the mr. denhart Caldwell-Brien Funeral Home.

Mrs. Denhart, a long-time resident of Des Moines, was a matron at the state boys training school at Eldora until her illness a year ago. Ex-Bullfighter Dies MADRID, SPAIN UP) Domingo Gonzalez, 63, famous ex-bullfighter and father of noted matador Luis Miguel Gonzalez "Domin-guin," died Thursday of cancer. ADVERTISEMENT How to Get More JOY from Life We pend ourselves on small matters going; to the job. How can we experience more often those rare "moments of illumination" when we suddenly feel joy in ourselves and the world? Ardis Whitman makes some sugges-tiona in September Reader's Digest.

You'll enjoy reading "A Kind of Glory" and tht other 38 articles in September Reader's Digest. Get your copy today on sale at newsstands, drugand variety stores, or supermarket checkout counters. JANE CHINN SHOW If 1 18 ULAJ MILL1 Jack Slankard Rites Saturday Services for Jack Slankard 72, of 2437 E. Walnut a traveling evangelist of the Independent Full Gospel Church, will be at 1:30 p. m.

Saturday at the Hamiliton Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cemetery. Mr. Slankard died of a heart attack Monday at Lodi, while on an evangelistic tour. Born at Salina, had lived here 15 years and had been an evangelist 40 years.

He had traveled with Charles Salkeld and the two were known as "Brother Charlie 7.10-15 With Old Recoppobl. Tir. Plirt Tox I "GSANT POWER )s fskaai s0m PKIUS for iMI't-lifUifWR Time only-Save Now I If 1 ()() 1 1 I 6.70-15 MfMr4U WHt, your Old Recoppable I v)l fl Wl VUAMJ Vl A' SEE LIVE TELECASTS of MARY JANE CHINN Show ic BILL RILEY TIME TELEVISION SHOWS -0 Tomorrow and all next week in the TV mmm Studios at the IOWA STATE FAIR! A BIG Worth of Value I Safety Tread Design I Frigid Cold Rubber for extra wear and mileage I RAYON CORD Construction! 12 MONTH Service GUARANTEE -in writing, against all road hazards I LIFETIME GUARANTEE against defects 4 1-' in material and workmanship I JANE CHINN SHOW will special theme for each day Tomorrow is WESTERN A nREN'S DAY week Mary Jane's show these settings: Hawaiian, Space and Alaskan. will be audience participation you can share in the gifts Mary Jane will have many including Alice In, Sonny Davis, the KRNT SDSE FA' and many more! BILL RILEY SHOW A. M.

MARY Chord Queens 1 2-N00N to I P. M. where many have a chance See State Bill Riley's The MARY feature of the fair! day next will be in French. Congo, Many features where and prizes. famous guests rioak Shah, Bill will have in front of for show animals League, the and from the Bill snd his the PUPFET fun of the TUBE TYPE TIRES TUBELESS TYPE TIRES RAYON NYION A YON I NYLON Whit, ilock Whit.

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me-Vet SIIOW, huge satellite and rocket un galore; pier days, nt jjdstand Friday after- orinlt admission to gi lucky persons each day will to win cash prizes! Also Fair celebrities. A plus- contest for farm families! All lira aritat ihawa aaava art is BATTEiiw your Best buy- i ii Asnctintf Special Fiaturt tf BILL RILEY TIME SATURDAY JALOPY RACES Afternoon chafflpi0n8hip 7 sizzling races for sUtec Locust RUSS VAII DYKE with the NOONDAY NEWS wfl b.cou ii j. A. or long, pow.r rugg.d. Jj cotli la nn vr bob VV 'GUARANTEED Phone CH 3-5161 Open Men.

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