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elevision OES MOINES KRNT-TY MONDAY 5:30 CBS News 6 00 News, Sports J 30 Go to Races 7:00 Prtssfcont. 7:30 Lucy Show 8:30 Family Affair 9:00 Tell the TrutJi 9:30 Password 10 00 News. Sports 10:30 Movit 8.00 A. Griffith TUESDAY 7 00 Bill Rlfey 8:00 Kangaroo 9:00 Merv Griffin 10:00 A.:Grttfitft 10:30 D. Van Dykt : 1100 Love of Life 11:30 SeartHTmw. 11:45 Guiding Light 12:00 Don Soliday 12:30 World turns 1:00 Password 1:30 House Party 2:00 Tell the Truth 2.30 Edge of Night 3:00 Secret Storm ' 3:30 Mary J. Chinn 4:00 Mike Douglas DES MOINES WHO-TV 13 z MONDAY 5:30 NBC News 6:08 News, Sports 8 00 Perry Como 9:00 Run for Life 6 30 Monkees fJOQ Jeannie " 10:00 News, Sports 10:30 Tonight TProfile : .r TUESDAY 7:00 Today 12 15 Cartoons 900' Judgment 12:30 Movie 9:30 Concentration 2:00 Anoth. World 10:00 Pat Boone. 2:30 Don't Say. 10 30 Hlywd Squares 3:00 Match Game 11:00 Jeopardy 3:30 Floppy 11:30 Eye Guess 4 00 Movie 12 00 News ' 1 ' - DES MOINES KDPS-TV II MONDAY "h.lb Friendly Giant 8:00 Underway for 630 What's New ; Peace 7 00 Eric Hoffer , 8:30 Polk Moves .. 7 30 Glory Trail 9:00 Journal TUESDAY 910Musie- 12.45 Friendly Gianl 9. 25 Americans All 1:00 Music, 4 9:50 Friendly Giant 1:15 Language. 1.30 Music 1:45 Americans All 2 05 What's New 2 35 Literature, 5 2:55 Music . 1010 Music 10:25 Language 10:40 Music, 4 10:55 Grade 1 1110 Literature, 5 . AMES WOI-TV 5 MONDAY 5 00 ABC News 5:30 Mr. Jones 6 00 That Girl 6 30 Iron Horse 7:30 Rat Patrol 8 00 Felony Squad 8:30 Peyton Place 9 00 Big Valley 10:00 News, Sports 10:30 Joey Bishop . i TUESDAY 7:00 Open Circuit 11:30 Donna Reed 7:30 Status 6 12 00 Noon Report 8 00Newlyweds 1:00 Girl Talk 30 J. LaLanne 1:30 Dream Girl 9:00 Magic Window 2:00 Gen. Hospital 9:30 America 2:30 Shadows 10;00 Supermarket 3:00 Dating Game 10.30 One in Million 11:00 Everybody's - : Talking 3:30 Bozo 4:00 Beaver 4.30 Yogi Bear THE MONKEES. The Monkees go into action when a cold-hearted efficiency expert (Stan Freberg) tries to fire5 an elderly toymaker (re-ruri). WHO at 6:30. , . GLORY TRAIL. Fascinating and little-know stories on the growth of transportation in the west, dealing with the .camel brigade. KDPS at 7:30. FERRY COMO. Singer Monique " Leyrac, comedian Don Rice and pianist Oscar Peterson are featured guests on Como's salute to Canada's Centennial celebration. WHO at S. FAMILY AFFAIR. Bachelor Bill Davis and his manservant, French, acquire three orphans (rerun). KRNT at 8:30. " N.E.T. JOURNAL. "Every "Seventh Child," a documentary on Catholic schools, the educational home of six million American children. KDPS at 9. ' 1 '"BIG VALLEY. Victoria Barkleyv goes oil a desert mercy mission in search of an Indian carrying a disease that may wipe out his entire tribe ferun). WOIat9. Dr. Deruf Dies; Former Iowan , ST. PAUL, MINN. (AP) Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday for Dr. Benjamin Deruf, 73, former chief surgeon at Northern Pacific Hospital here. 'Dr. Deruf, born in Creston, la.', died Sunday of cancer. He was a University of Iowa medical school graduate and had practiced at the hospital here 43 years. ' Grace M. McNabb Of Delta Dies DELTA, IA. - Mrs. Grace M. McNabb, 64, of Delta died Monday in an Iowa City hospital. Surviving are her husband, John; three sons, including Lawrence of Des Moines; five daughters, and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Dead At 5i' -AUDUBON, PA. (AP)-Stephen J. Goddard, 56, budget director cf ths American Baptist Foreign Mission Societies and a former missionary in China, died Saturday. He also had taught' at Shanghai University in China. mmm r sera J 'Mi am RADIO KR NTRadio 1350 CBS, Des Moines ' " MONDAY 6 00 News, Sports 8:30 Press Conf. 6:45 Album Music 9:00 News, 7:00 World Tonight Nightwatch 7:15 World Sports 10:00 News, Sports 7:35 Del HuH . 10:30 Nightwatch 8:00 News, Hull 11:00 News, Hull " TUESDAY 5:30 Reno, News 11:15 Dick Eaton 8:30 Dick Eaton 9:45 Hymn Time 10:00 News ' ' 10:10 A. Godfrey 11:00 News 12:00 News, Eaton 1:10 House Party 1:35 Party Line, - Buy and Sell 3:30 Reno, News WHO Radio ' 1040 NBC, Oes Moines . ?k MONDAY ' : 6:05 News, Sports' 7:55 Baseball: 6:30 World News ; Chiwgo at 6 45 Farm Roundup Minn. :, 7:05 Dale Ulmer : 10:00 News, Sports 17:30 Country MuS. WHO-FM 100.3 me. 5:00FMinPM SOJFMinPM 8:00 Concert "- "0:03 News, Muiic- . TUESDAY 5:30 News "". 11:30 M. Bohlsen 5:45 Radio RFD 11:45 Auction Mkt. 6:15 Farm Calendarl2:00 H. Plambeck 6:30 News - 12:15 Go Visiting 6:45 Don Warren 12:30 News 7:30 News 7:45 Don Warren 9:05 Phone Forum 11:05 Trade Central 12:45 Lee Kline 1:05 Call Zabel 2:35 Trade Central 3:05 Ellett, Ulmer WHO-FM 100.3 mc. 8:00 Prelude, Mus. " 2 00 Melodies' KSO Radio 1460 ABC, Des Moines MONDAY 5:30 Paul Harvey 8 00 Skip Ne'son 5:40 News. Sports 9:55 Wrap-i p 7:00 World Tmw. 10:30 ja?z 7:30 Ed P. Morqan ' TUESDAY ' 5:45 Hank Harmon V :00 Bov-by Beers 7:55 Paul Harvy ? 2 0? Pi Harvey 10:00 Brkfst Club . 3:00 Jim Stnwe KWDM-FM Radio 933 mc, Dos Moines (stereo) . MONDAY 6:00 0rdh:,.Voices 9.00 Friendly Time 7:30 Music, Italy TUESDAY 7:30 Mom. Voices 12:03 Varieties 9:00 Melody Time 130 World Concert 10:30 E. Webber 3:00 Serenade 11:00 Sandor Konya 4:30 Vocal Roundup 11:30 Mats Olsson KCBC Radio 1390 Mutual. Des Moines MONDAY - 5:15 Sports 12:00 Don Purdy 6:00 Iowa Report 1:00 Serenade 6:55 News, Music 4:45 Ed Sheppard 11:00 Music Hall TUESDAY ' 5:50 Farm News '):J5 N "". Muic 6:10 Feeder R"port "15 Soor's 6 55 Nws, Music; 4 55 Ed 3Vpp d Ed Shep-wd KDMI-FM Radio 97.3 mc. Des Moines MONDAY 5 55 R Cotton 9 00 R'iss LaVine 6:10 Bill Sparks " 12:00 Jo? Pyn? . TUESDAY 5:00 Tony Italian 12:30 Roblfi Vance 6:00 Oon Bell " 2:00 Joe Pvne 9:00 Lucky Merch. 3 00 D:ck Vane 10:00 Rellg on KWKY Radio 1150 Oes Moines MONDAY 6 00 Pi Nelson 9: 0 Voima 6rtw 8 010'eOpry TUESDAY 5 30 Irish Davis " '3:1b U'iin 730 Religion " "77:30 L. H'aoer'm 10:01 1 Heaber'in 2 00 Smo'tev i:h KDPS-Redio 38 1 FM Ds Moines MONDAY 5.45 Week at U.N. 7:50 London Report 6:00 Limelight 8:00 Consumers 7:00 Headlines 8:30 M'iir. R-om 7:25 Vietnam TUESDAY 9-3 Instruction KFMG-FM Rodio 94.9 mc, Des Moines MONDAY 5 0.1 Candlelight 7:30 0pn -7:00 C. Of C. 70:30 La Folks TUESDAY 12 0T Comm Perf. KIOA Radio . 1390 Dm Moines MONDAY b in Jim Miches r 00 Pl'.li Yri 'gs TUISOAY 5.00 Art JonS 1 00 P-lr McLan 9 03 Jim Johnwn 2 U'J "andy Shore Spader Inmry Suit for 360,000 Sears Roebuck & Co. has been-sued for $60,000 personal injury ; damages in Polk County Dis- trict Court by Marion E. Moffitt of near Earlham. Mofitt said he was operating a power garden spader June 19, 19fi"), when he stopped its for- ward motion and placed it in' neutral gear. Moffitt said he turned to walk away and' that the spader, pur-; Hill Gardens Cemetery, chased from Sears in Des Mrs. Berkey had been ill sev-Moines, jumped into reverse ,eral years. Born at Spirit Lake, gear and "climbed up'! the back j she had been a Des Moines lesi-portion of his leg, injuring him! dent three years, formerly liv-with digging tongs. ling at Story City most of her Sears was accused by Moffitt life. She attended Union Park of negligence In not equipping: the spader devides. with proper safety EPIC WEEK EARLY Weekday Afternoons at 4 Mon THE EGYPTIAN ART I Victor M, Jean Simmom Tu.-THE EGYPTIAN PART II W).-DAV'D AND BATHSHE8A PART l-Greqory Peel, Suwri Hywrd Thun-OAV D AN3 BATHSHEBA PART II HELEN Of TROY PART I Briqitta Bardof Frl. - HELEN OF TROY PART , N . - r K, . S 1 m& ms- "BESf ffT Wirephoto (AP) THE 'ROGS JUMPED, TOO California Assemblyman Newton Russell attempted Sunday to show his frog "ii2nd Flash" how to make a winning leap at the annual Calaveras Jumping Frog contest at Angels Camp, Calif. But Russell's efforts were in vain: Flash jumped only 5 feet, inch. 1 3 Scouts Win Award Three members of Exniore" Post 184 will receive Eagle Scout awards at a Boy Scout 1 Court of Honor at 8 p.m. Tuesday at Forest Avenue Baptist . Church. They are Jon i and Joe McCarthy, 14, twin sons of Mr. and I Mrs. James : M c C 8rthy of ; 1339 H a r ding road, and Leslie LESLII STONE Stone, 14, son of Mr. George Stone of 1530 and Mrs. Sixteenth St. Le.slie has served as assistant 1 patrol leader, patrol leader and j senior patrol leader. He is also vice-president of Post 184. Jon, president of the post, has served as assistant patrol leader, patrol leader, assistant senior patrol leader and senior patrol leader. Joe, a post representative, has served as assistant patrol leader, patrol leader and assistant senior patrol leader. . All three boys are eighth- 1 grade students at ; Elementary School. St. John's JOE McCarthy Mrs. Berkey Rites Tuesday Services for Mrs. Myrtle M. Bei kry, 90, who died Sunday at the Guest House Nursing Home, 1709 Tenlh st., will be 3 p.m. Tuesday at Hamilton's Funeral Home. Burial will be in Chapel Presbyterian Church. There are no immediate family survviors. SHOW II it, 37 JON MCCARTHY 1X41 JWI ;s nKSfirniiBfi E .5" y9?wsw9j ANGELS CAMP, CALIF. (AP) A frog named Sidewinder IV has outjumped 2.000 ot ier frogs from around th2 world to become t h e nevv "c e 1 e-braied lumping frog 0 f C a I a v e ras County." Before a Sunday crowd of 60,000 persons S i d e-winder IV leaped MIKE VOITICH 17 feet 11 inches to win the $300 title money. The champ's owner is Mike Voitich, Stockton, Calif., tavern owner and 23-year frog jump veteran. Drop Charges Against Shor NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) -Felonious assault charges against restaurant operator Toots Shor and two of his employes were dropped Monday after an attorney for a man who claimed he had been struck on the head in Shor's bar said the whole incident was a misunderstanding. Arthur Jones, of Scotch I Plains, . N.J., had charged that he .vas struck by Shor's head-; waiter, Joseph Rivera, on Mayj 12 and that he had been grabbed w tne throat by bhor and a bartender, Eiward Himmlcr. Police reported Jones was in the West 53rd St. bar-restaurant with an unidentified man who became "abnoxious." An attempt to 0'iiet Jones' companion led to an argument and .. the subsequent charges, police said. Shor denied assaulting Jones. Severinsen Day . Mayor George Whitmer issued a proclamation Monday declaring that Wednesday in Des Mru'nae ti'miM ha "Pari TV! S?verinsen Dny." The trumpet player is appearing with the uoosevelt High School band in their snrins concert at ft n m Wednesday in the "whiml audi- torium t t KM wm N.E.T. Journal takes you inside Catholic schools, where 6 million American children receive religious training along with the three R e. Hear what nuns, priests, parents, and students have to say about the conflicts and contradic-tions-and need for Federal funds. INC I A NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION NETWORK PRODUCTION TONIGHT 9:00 KDPS-TV CHANNEL 1 1 Sees Price Placed on Patronage Wards- , umunueuiurr. ruye urte taid earlier, "I don't think it is ..ui Grothe had said, "I have no objection to submitting it (a proposed change to the ward system) to a vote of the people." Nahas had said, "I don't have any serious quarrel with this type of government which is being discussed." "Any Proposal" had declared that he Buss would be willing "to study any proposal offered. Callison had said he is not oppoaed to passage of the bill. Reppert said one member of the Des Moines council, whom he did not identify, "has expressed fear" that, if the ward system is set up "an individual belonging to the John Birch Society would be insured a seat on the council." Reppert said he personally is opposed to the ward system for cities, saying it could create "kingdoms" for individual councilmen elected from wards.. Streets The Des Moines senator said he could foresee situations, such as on? following a heavy snow. storm, in which pouncilni I ti uiii vanuus wai'is wuuia try 10; see to it that streets in their irr-as were cleared first. ! He also said that the ward; or JVIrS. GOOD system puts quite a price on patronage." j Services for Mrs. Gladys N. I Reppert said that, "if some-;coop, 73, of 1339 Park ave. will one can convince me that this j be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the bill is good thing, that it will; Methodist Church in Attica. Bur-be an imnrovement over - what ial will be in Gullion Cemetery we have, then it might move." 'there. i Sponsor ! Mrs. Coop died Sunday at Chief sponsor of the measure Wilden Hospital here. Surviving is Representative M i n n e 1 1 e 8re two daughters, Mrs. Oletha i Doderer (Dent. Iowa City). ! Feasins of Des Moines and Mrs. Democratic whip in the Iowa Pauline Henney of Woodbine; a House. son- Jale 00P 01 rena; u She said Monday that sh h"s grandchildren, and 15 great-been informed that the bill will grandchildren dif in the Senate "because cer-: iTpi tain people in high places object j innocent ileas to it." She did not identify these In Holdup Here persons. Some members of the council Clifford Eugene Johnson, 26. 1 1 nublicly have objected to the feature of the measure that permits the council itself to change theiorm of government. he lives at 2704 E. Grand ave., Mrs. Doderer said, "I'll take have pleaded innocent in Polk that, provision out of the bill if it' County District Court to will make them happy." charges of robbery with aggra- "Whv are the. Des Moines vation. councilmen so afraid of this Joiin on and Shiffer, being bill?" she asked. "Aren't they held in' the Polk County jail in responsive to their people? lieu of 42.500 bonds, are accused "I resent what they are try- of the $50 holdup Apr. 3 of the ing to do to this particular bill, , Clark Sorvice Station, 1607 See-especially when I am asked ond ave. booooa r OUR run Ji L j , 1 a H M - jf- Hi "4'L 1 - .v ' &t ,i a "3 r. Lmc v f Hmvxiv Zvwrw:;' g JH I & P -ii - i i rnirnmu i i .....i. m Ill I III - I II I II ! ill I I I I I I II ' J 1 I every day to vote for bills that 'affect only Des Moines, j "I'm terribly concerned about j the future of city manager gov-iernment in Iowa, because the people want ward representation." ' j Proponent of the bill said j that about 18 Iowa cities with j the mayor-council form of gov ernment now elect SQmc mem. bers of the governing body from i wards. ' West Des Moines j Some of these cities, including; West Des Moines, have hired a city manager, but his authority is somewhat more limited than that of the city manager under the council-manager form that Des Moines has. Under this bill, if the form of government in Dps Moines were changed before the regular city election this fall, the residents j would elect six councilmen and ; n mavnr Under the present system, nnlv the seats held by Mayor Whitmer and Councilman Gmthe would be up for election. There have been indications in Des Moines that those in favor of a change in municipal government are trying to drum up support for an election on this malter this fall. Law. j Iowa law currently prohibits courtciL-manager c i ties from electing councilmen from wards or the mayor at large. Reppert said he personally is in favor of electing the mayor at large. "It tends to make for a stronger mayor," he said. The bill also is sponsored by 15 other state representatives, J includjng six from Polk County, . T?Jfc f Atfira ultw LliV-a who gave his address as 816 S.E. Pleasant View drive, and Glen Henry Shiffer, 24, who said DocroQmcmxixaxooogmxxn nnff if j a I I I 1 3 '! II J I '1 1 1 m (ill I Ik City Asked Court to Set Fee BrOWn-Continued from Page One cent and Polk County 24.3 per cent. The only payment made so far was $6,688 by Polk County. Leo E. Gross, special counsel for the city in the Brown matter, said that . Kenneth Robb Brown, president of Brown Engineering, had already signed the agreement. Suit Filed . The settlement represents roughly the total claim made by Brown In the case, which was scheduled to go to court June 12. The city last year filed an action in Polk County District Court that would have left the court set the fee. Aftpr reported bickering between the city's governmental agencies involved in the matter blocked payment of the bill last year, the court action was started and negotiations in an attempt to reach a settlement continued. . . 2 Other Projects The city,, in its. petition, stated that, on' Jan. 21, 1966, an oral agreement was reached that would Tiave set thp fee at $42,285. Brown contended there was no written or oral agreement and filed a claim for $66,180, 3 Student Body Presidents tell WHAT'S GOING ON ON OUR COLLEGE CAMPUSES Mary Lou Ltfka, Iowa State Herbert YanDeventer, Drake Sam Martin, Simpson Phone In YOUR Questions during the program: 243-4282 7:00 on KRNT-TV 8:30 on KRNT RADIO OM BROADWAY New in Central Iowa 9 to 10 a.m. each weekday Tomorrow's Guests: JOANNE WOODWARD VIRGINIA GRAHAM DIONNE WARWICK Producer MERVYN LEROY Journalist HARRISON SALISBURY WALT RENO With $50 Money. Board Calls Stay tuned tor "Andy" between 10 Watch at 3:30 ALSO Russ Van Dyke And The Weather 12:10 p.m. Weekdays Following Don Soliday's Expanded Noon News Bill Riley's $50 Money Board Calls: Mary Jane's Show . .3:30 to. 4 p.m. Mike Douglas Show. .4 to 5:30 p.m. KRNT-TV o Channel 8 Ds Moines Tribune Pace 9 Mn., My 22, 1967 . . of which the county has already paid the $6,688. The settlement, Gross said, also hinges upon completion within 30 days of two other small engineering projects with a fee totaling $3,000, which is not a part of Uw settlement. 2 More Homes Drop Into Deep Florida Caves BARTOW, FLA. (AP) - "The power lines were falling. There was' a rumbling, popping' sound and, suddenly, the street fell in right in front of us." Mrs. Buddy L. Harris was one of several frightened persons who stood by as a gaping hole opened in the earth Sunday and swallowed two more homes in this central Florida city. Th hole was about 100 feet in diameter and 30 feet deep. The homes were vacant. Their owners, H. B. King and Howard Ledford, and their famililes had moved out last Wednesday after a 300-foot-long sinkhole opened up nearby. A neighbor, J. A. Whitten, also had moved Wednesday for the second time. Whitten's first home fell under him Apr. 20 as he talked on the telephone, begging movers to come for his furniture. Geologists say the sinkholes occur when underground rivers dry up, causing limestone de-posts to crumble. CONFERENCE with Pauy ; j : XCOQ and "Dick Van Dykt" and II. Mary Jan Chinn a new time to 4 p.m. NEW!

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