18 (gatesbura RMlter*Malt, (kfesburg, Thursday, Sept, 5, 1963 1H6YVB HAD SOME SUCCESS ^SldBE 616 IN FRANCE.! "'ii THi ffLffCTRIC Bltjj IS RIOlCXJLOUi THIS MONTH IP YOU DON'T PAY, J m '' THEY'LL CUT Ofrp THS ELECTRICITY "THIN l- HOW CAN 1 VA*TCHT6L.tVISieM? WEY/ GUESS WHO WONTHE SUPER. ^MARKET RAPFIP? si*: ' LARD/] BO/, Ait- BUTHCSl | I SEE WW AT YOU MEAN.' Radio and Television THURSDAY. SEPT. S IPHBF-Channel 4 8:00 San Francisco Beat: 5:30 Cronkite—CBS Newi. 6:00 Local News. 6:30 Fair Exchange. 7.-00 Perry Mason. 8*0 Twilight Zon«. 9:00 The Nurses. 10:00 Jim Koch News. 10:10 Weather Show. 10:15 Sports Final. 10:30 Tightrope: "Ths Model and the Mob." 11 .-00 Theatre 4: "Secret ot Convict Lake." WOC-Channel 6 5:25 Sports Reel. , 5:30 News. 5:40 Weather. 5:45 Huntley-Brinkley Report. 6:00 Cartoon Time. 6:30 Wide Country. ' 7:30 Dr. Kildare. •8:30 The Lively One*. 9:00 The Circus. 10:00 Report to Area 6. •10:30 Tonight Show. 12:00 Midnight Headlines. TUNE TIPS. The White Sox concluded their season's play with Kansas City this afternoon. That means there'll be a full evening of music at the 1400 Spot on your dial this evening. A round-up of all the news of the past 24 hours is featured on "The World Today" program from the Mutual Network at 7:05. Starting at 7:35 BUI Rogers will be playing the songs you enjoy—and he'll continue with the records until midnight. Songs from our "Tops in Pops" file (a collection of the current hits) are featured, along with the great old standards and the previews of the latest releases. Each hour a selection from our "Featured Album of the Week" is heard. Of course, there's time out from the music each half how- to keep you posted on the latest news, with the highlight of the news coverage being Pill 's 15 -minute report at 10. Tomorrow night the White Sox begin their final series of the season with the Minnesota Twins with an 8 o'clock game . r , and WGJJi will be on hand for all four of the games this weekend. 12:05 Sea Hunt. WQAD-Channel 8 5:00 Maverick: "Full House." 6:00 Weather. 6:05 News, Sports. 6:15 Ron Cochran New*. 6:30 Ozzie und Harriet. 7:00 Donna Reed. 7:30 Leave It to Beaver. 8:00 My Three Son*. 8:30 McHale's Navy. 9:00 Alcoa Premiere. 10.-00 Weather. 10:05 Dick Richmond News. 10:15 Murphy Martin News. 10:25 Jim King Sports. 10:30 Steve Allen. 12:00 Sign Off. WTVH-Channel 19 5:00 Sea Hunt. 5:30 Newsbeat 19. 5:45 Ron Cochran News. 6:00 Mr. Toyman. 6:30 Ozzie and Harriet: "Dave and thu Fraternity Lease." 7:00 The Donna Reed Show: "All Those Dreams." 7:30 Leave It to Beaver: "Beaver Sees America." 8:00 My Three Sons: "The Dream Book." 8:30 McHale's Navy: "The Captain's Mission." 800 Premiere: Presented by Fred Astaire: "Whatever Happened to Miss Illinois." 10 m News: 60. 10:01 M Squad: "Bad Apples." 10:30 Hollywood's Finest: "Man Behind the Gun." 12:05 Evening Inspirational. WMBD-Channel 31 5:30 CBS News. 6:00 WMBD News.Weather, Sports. 6:30 Fair Exchange. 7:00 Perry Mascn. 8:00 Twilight Zone. 9:00 The Nurses. 10:00 WMBD News. 10:li Weatherscope. 10:20 Starr on Sports. 10:30 The Late Show: "1 Was Monty's Double." 12:15 At Day's End. WEEK-Channel 43 8:30 Supercar: "Operation Stork." 6*0 Local News, 6:10 Weather. 6:15 Huntley-Brinkley. 6:30 The Wide Country. "The Girl from Nob HilL" 7:30 Dr. KUdare: "What's God to Julius?" •8:30 The Lively Ones 9:00 The Circus: "On-and-oH- Stage." 10:00 Harrison and the News. 10:15 Weather. 10 £0 Gordon Joyner on Sports. • 10:20 Tonight Show. 12:00 Evening Meditation. •—Denotes Colorcast. OUR BOARDING HOUSE-With JWr. Hoopl* I MISW HAVE KMOWM \_ R AH. MARTHA, YflL) APPEARED AT OtoU'D HAME AM IRO^i |A HISTORIC MOMENT/ XV\A ENTER IMS THE IMPORT BUSINESS .WITH A FANCY LINE OF LAWN START, BUT EVEM HENRY fORl% BE<&AM IN A TINY WORKc SHOP/> CLAD ALIBI WHEN X WAtiT A LITTLE WORK OUT OF voo- eisx it>' A BETTER SEE SOIvVE: Lj RESULTS FPtO/V\TH\S PIPE "DREAM AMD IN m DtCTlOfOARy RESULTS r AKE SPELLED „ FDR SALE KSARTHA SPELLS THE OLD- FASHIONED WAY« 12:15 U.S.Weather Forecast. 12:25 Local News. 12:40 Music. 4:00 News. 4:05 1400 Club. 5:00 News. 5:15 Fulton Lewis Jr. 5:20 Music. 5:30 Sports Parade. 5:45 Wall Street Report. 5:54 Weather. 6:00 News. 6:05 Capital Assignment. 6:35 Music. 7:05 World Today. 7:40 White Sox vs. Twins Followed by News and Music Till 12). News on ihe Hall Hour, Station WAIK, Radio 1580 KUocnrcl— Station WGIL, Radio Kilocycles 1401 THURSDAY 6:00 News. 6:05 Public Service Show. 6:35 Music. 7:00 News. 1. 05 World Today. 7:35 Music. 10:00 Nightcap News. 10:15 Music Till Midnight. N«w» on the Halt Houi FRIDAY 4:55 Wake Up Show. 6:00 News. 6:05 Wake Up Show. 6:15 Farm Fare Program. 6:35 Wake Up Show. 6:55 Robert St. John Reports. 7:00 News. 7:05 Weather Forecast. 1:10 Sports Scoreboard. 7:15 Wake Up Show. 7:30 Local News. 7:45 Morning Show. 8:00 News. 8:05 Weather Forecast. 8:50 Notes on Modern Living. 8:55 What's New to Pink & Blue. 9*0 News. 9:05 Bulletin Board. 9:25 Uncle Harry. 9:35 Morning Melodies. 10:00 News. 10:10 Music. 10:35 Problems and Solutions. 11:00 News. 11:05 Morning Melodies. 11:35 Trading Post. 11:50 Farm Adviser Program, 11:50 Noon Day Devotions. 12:00 Noon Farm Market* and News, FRIDAY 6:30 Sign On. 6:31 News Headlines. 6:32 Farm Report. 6:50 Weather-Watch. 6:55 News Around the World. 7:10 Local News. 7:25 Speaking of Sports. 7:35 Astroguider. 7:55 Paul Harvey News. 8:00 Local News. 8:15 Weather Watch. 8:25 Hospital Notes, 8:30 Viewpoint. 8:55 ABC News. 9:00 Breakfast Club. 9:55 ABC News. 10:00 Local News. 10:45 Town Crier. 10:55 ABC News. 11:00 Local News. 11:05 Tradio. 11:30 Viewpoint. 11:55 ABC News. 12:00 Omnicast-Newa. 12:20 Farm Markets. 12:30 Paul Harvey News. 12:55 ABC News. 1:00 Local News. 1:15 Ot^tuary Report. 1:25 Flair Reports. 1:55 ABC News. 2:00 Local News. 2:05 Show Time on Broadway. 2:30 Viewpoint." 2:45 Town Crier. 2:55 ABC News. 3:00 Local News. 3:15 Civic Newcomer. 3:25 Flair Reports. 3:30 Inside Books. 3:55 ABC News. 4:00 Local News. 4:30 Viewpoint. 4:45 Local Sports. 4:55 ABC News. 5:00 Local News. 5:15 Sports Round Up. 5:40 Tom Harmon Sports. 5:55 ABC News. 6:00 Local News. 6:25 Flair Report*. 6 30 Viewpoint 6:55 ABC News. 7:00 Sign Off. Two Question Universities' Forestry Plan CHICAGO (AP) — Two experts have raised doubts that either the University of Illinois or Southern Illinois University should be offering programs in forestry. The reservation was contained in a report submitted Tuesday to the State Board of Higher Education, which agreed to split between the two schools available federal funds for forestry research. Some $10,000 will be provided to Illinois in the first year of the matching fund program's operation, but allotments in later years will increase considerably, said Richard G. Browne, executive director of the board. In a report requested by the board, Samuel T. Dana of Ann Arbor, Mich., editor of the Journal of Forestry, and CD. Dosker of Louisville, Ky., a member of the advisory board of the U. S. Forest Service, said the wisdom of forestry programs at the U of I or SIU needs further study. In any case, they said, graduate work beyond the master's level should be offered only at the U. of I., if at all. In other action, a U of I request to set up a School of Associated Medical Sciences was approved. Four-year courses in general medical technology and medical record administration would be offered. r Utm A tfWH CP TMOSe WAVt-OrW YOU QUESTIONER C0MM AM0ER*AWYEff.„ YOUR FIRST APPROACH TOO FAST, " URSeX0Nt>«Ti3O AtfttHtRMIIteiMftK, TOO LOW AN? * 6tl?i PATH, WELL; WELLl WHAT D'YOU KNOW SB* 9-5 THEY'RE, JUST S0M6 ,, OP CHATTY'S EMPTYJ NUTSHELLS! ~^ A W*R ttsntr PnxfaetleM World JUfhU Kiurvcd IF VOU EBM-iy WANT TO iMPRDV& V0LX2 NPPEAKmCB WHY* DON'T SOD GROW A B&M2D AND IT LP. OvEE THE TOP OF SOLK ne'e JIVST J5*LOLV3 eecAoee HIS Diet: MK.K0GALLI? WHAT '5 THIS ABOUT YOU HELP' INS M& LAMP THAT CONTRACT YO'U'RB IN-DIRE NEED OP ZODIAH NOW, J0RKIM .ro COMPETE WltH JAeKEEl WELL, I HAVE A SUPPLYl I MUST HAVE YOUR ORDER X WVE SOT A N0W/IFX?U'RETO6ETiriNTWO j DEAL! 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