Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 1, 1963 · Page 16
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Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. Tuesday,, Oct-, 1, 1963 WS/SSSSSSSJSS//^ — POP? MAY t HAVE SOME MOMEV FOR MY DATE TONIGHT? MPLP /l CANNOT SWIM I 'I'LL TOSS VA A LIFE PRESERVERS DOC! NEltHiR TH6Afi*W NORTHE A!RWR« H^fiW|N Ml Sue* ClKlbrWgmrlnt I f letum, l«. . \s~TM. «t|. U .S. fit. OHX/W WAL,AH IS INTRODUCIN'AMERICAN] FREEDOM HERE.V 6ITUR.VO' SLOBS. f . r — SO' IS FREE TO ACT ANV WAV-NO' WANTS -AS LONG AS IT'S TH' AMERICAN WAV// IT'S UN-AMERICAN, AN' WHUT'S WORSE, IT'S UN-HILTON l> TO HAVE SO MANV EXTR.V * ROOMS. 1 ? VO' GOTTA TAKE IN BOARDERS.'. 1 AM HAS SPOKEN !! ME? THE RICHEST MAM ON EARTH-TAKE. IN BOARDERS.'.' - VOU HAVE SPOKEN, ONCE TOO OFTEN ;r Radio and Television TUESDAY. OCT. 1 WHBF-Chunnel 4 5:00 Leave It to Beaver. "New Neighbors " 5:30 CBS Eveniiv News with Walter Cronkite 6:00 John Ravencroft News. 6:15 Don Wooten Weather. 6:20 Don Sharp Sports. 6:30 Hennesey "Baby Sitter." 7:00 Red Skelton Hour. 8:00 Petticoat Junction. 8:30 Jack Benny Program. 9:00 The Garry Moore Show. 10 00 Jim Kcc. News 10:10 Weather Show 10 15 Sports Final 10:30 M-Squad "Two Days lor Willie." 11:00 Thriller "Knock, Thiec-One-Two." WOC-Channcl 6 5:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report. 6:00 Report to AreB 6. 6:30 Mr. Novak. 7:30 Redigo. 8:00 Ricnard Boone Show. 9:00 "Opollo — The Lunar Mission." 10:00 "Report to Area-6" (News—Weather—Sport»— Comment) •10:30 Tonight Starring Johnny Carson. 12:00 Midnight Headline*. 12:02 Sea Hunt. WQAD-Channel 8 5:00 Maveiick "The Maverick Line." 6:00 W-ather 6 05 Local News/Sports. 6 IS News—National 6 30 Comhat 7:30 McHale's Navy. 8 :00 Greater Show HI, Earth. 0:00 The Fugitive 10:0d Wuatlier 10 05 News-Local. 10 15 News—National 10 25 ".ports 10 :i<' Sieve 'len 32:00 News Final. 12:15 Sign Off. WTVH-Channel 19 5:00 6:00 6 30 7:30 8:00 9:00 10*0 10:10 10:15 11:45 Cheyenne. "Blind Spot.' Ron Cochran and the News. Comhat "Masquerade." McHales Navy: "McHale and His Schw einhunds.' GreateM Sh >w on Earth. "No Middle Ground lor Harry Kyle." The Fugitive. "The Other Side of the Mountain." Murphy Martin News. Local New Hollywoods Finest: "Cross Fire." Evening Inspirational. WMHD-Chunnel 31 5:30 CBS News. «:00 WMBT News, Weather, Sports. |:30 Biography : "Babe Butb.." 7:00 Red Skelton. 8:00 Petticoat Junction. 8:30 Jack Benny. 9:00 Garry Moore. 10:00 Peoria Tonight. 10:15 Weather — Jack McCarthy. 10:20 Sports —Bob Starr. 10:30 The Late Show "The Jack Pot." 12:15 At Day's End WEEK-Channel 43 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:10 6:15 6:30 7:30 8:00 *9:00 10:00 10:15 10:20 •10:30 12:00 •-De Quick Draw McGraw. Huntley-Brinkley. Local News Weath^t Sports. Mr. Novak: "To Lodge and Dislodge." Redigo: "The Blooded Bull." Richard Boone Show: "All the Co -.forts of Home." "Apollo — The Lunar Mission." Harrison and the News. Weather. Gordon Joynei on Sports. Tonight Show Evening Meditation notes Colorcast Station WGIL, Radio l«0t KUocycl«» TUESDAY 6 00 News 6:05 Public Service Show. 6:35 Music. 7:05 World Today. 7:35 Music. 10:00 Nightcap News 10:15 Music Till Midnight. News on the Half Hour. WEDNESDAY 4:55 Wake Up Show 6:05 News. 6:05 Wake Up Show 6:15 Farm Fare Program. 6:35 Wake Up Show 6:55 Robert St .lohr Reporting. 7:00 News 7:05 Weather forecast. 7:10 Sports Scoreboard. 7:15 Wake Up Show 7:30 Local News 7:45 Morning Show R:00 News. 8:05 Morning Mtlodles. H:50 Notes on Modem Living. 8:55 What's New in Pink & Blue. 0:05 Bulletin Board 0:25 Uncle Harry 9:35 Morning Melodies. 10:00 News 10.05 Market Reports 10:10 Music. 10:35 Problems and Solution*. 11:00 News 11:05 Morning Melodies U 35 Trading Post 11.50 Farm Adviser Program. 11.56 Noon Day Devotions 12 00 Noontime "arm Markets and News 12:15 US Weather Forecast. 12:20 Local News. 12:40 Music 5:00 News. 5:15 Fulton Lewis Jr. 5:20 Music. 5:.'J0 Sports Parade. 5.45 Music. 6:U0 News. 0:05 CapiU.l Assognment. 0:35 Muoic. 7 :05 World Today. 7:35 Miihie. 10:00 Nightcap News 10:15 Music Till Midnight. New* on thi Hall Hour. READ TlifcJ CLASSIFIEDS! Raritan Society Project Slated RARITAN — St. Patrick's Altar Society met at the National Cafe in Roseville Sept. 19. Rev. Martin Fallon led in prayer. They discussed the fall project and it was decided to have the annual smorgasbord at the Roseville Grade School Nov. 2. Mrs. Francis Keane was made chairman. Her assistants are Mrs. John Ruebush, Mrs. Raymond Arnold and Mrs. Patrick Keane. The hostesses were Mrs. Rose Mathers and Mary, Mrs. Glenn Woerly, Mrs. Eddie Scharf and Mrs. Agnes Turnquist. Mrs. Richard Icenoglc gave a report on the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women in Peoria Illinois Sept. 8. Station WAIK, Radio 1590 Kilocycle* WEDNESDAY 6:30 Sign On. 6:31 News Headline*. 6:32 Farm Report. 6:50 Weather-Watch. 6:55 News Arouni 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. 0:55 ABC News. 10:00 Local Nev. ^. 10:10 Mil Rice Health Studio. 111:15 Town Crier. 10 :55 ABC News. 11 :(M> Local News. 11:05 Tradio. 11 :.'ill Viewpoint. 11:5!i ABC News. 12:00 Omnieast-News. 12:20 Farm Markets. 12:30 Paul Harvey News. 12:55 ABC News. 1 .-00 Local News. 1.15 Obituary 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 r* ews. 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. 'J:00 Local News. 6 25 Flair Reports. 6 :.'i0 Viewpoint. fi.55 ABC News. 7:00 Sign Oil. TUNE IN TIPS... The month that has just passed has been a busy one on the newsfronts of the world. There were no more fatal accidents in Knox County, but many around the area. The crash of a Galesburg bound bus figured in one of the more spectacular mishaps. The discussion of liquor licenses in Galesburg highlighted some interesting council sessions. The birth of the Fisher Quints was probably the most widely discussed story on the national scene. Thousands of listeners awaited the latest bulletins on the condition of the 5 babies in Aberdeen, South Dakota, and of the latest plans for their future. The big story on the worldwide news scene was the ratification of the nuclear test ban treaty by the U. S. senate. The testimony of Joseph Valachi before a Senate Committee also captured interest everywhere. In sports, the Dodgers and Yanks clinched the pennants in their baseball leagues, and pre pared for a Wqrld Series meeting. And Stan Musial retired after 22 great seasons. What will October bring? It will produce the World Series and many great football games. We'll also have the progress of the 1st United Fund drive in Galesburg to report. And there'll be dozens of unexpected stories from Knox County and around the world that you'll be learning of first if your dial is set at 1400 — WGIL, in Galesburg. **WCIL** evs2 HAVB ONe OF iuoee am WHEN SOU OUST GANT6e©V\ TO HANG ONTO ANYTHING? S9-I ljfWI».te,TM ,t »WLteWl CAP'N HERB'* fH 'UlBBER/ JUMPING BLUB BLAZE5!» WH<*B PLAN6 — JjT ISNT BULL PAW50N1 1400 ON YOUR DIAL SOI105TTHIS TIME TO SAVE A MEDDLE' SWAB. WH0'5 BEEN A THORN IN ME SIDE BECAUSE I'M FOR LAW AND ORDER, EH?| WELLi 1M HAPPV TO SEeVOUDOlNsHWIlSt «01, FOR ONE; AM ONLY \ THAT5 A INSULT 7t> TOO GLAD TO F0R66T ] ME BLOOMIN* HONOR l| YOUR UNSAVORY PAST J TO FRIENPAWFOC AWP START ANEW^/AUKB I WAS AUNNW KNOWN A* HONESTl IF WE'RE GONNA BE SPACE PILOTS WE SHOULD STAR", PREPARING NOW/ ROGER / 8 LETS fcUMALL THE WAY ID MY ( EP.- HOUSE,THEM •/ IF WORK OUT W(TM YOU AAY J POKT BARBELLS, / M'MD AMP —— A + L 4=. ^-T ZJ> CHART COURSE/ 1 X I DOrt*r DIQ HIS . , APPROAQl/r] RK3HT/ I'M CONDITIONING MYSELF TO LONG HOURS OM. MY W BACK IN A CAPSULE - / ^ , LIKE A WOUNPEP mv THE PISABLEP COPTER O ! FLUTTERS POWN,,, fiu O O 3 X 'AA OLADy BECAUSE X WAS TALKING ID MAS6IE GRAHAM, ' AMP WE WERE WONDERING IF MAYBE YOU WEREN'T BEING A BIT ROUGH | ON- AMD JUST WHAf RIGHT DOES PR. 6RAHArA HAVE DISCUSSING MV CONTACTS WITH IMTERNSJ

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