Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 2, 1963 · Page 39
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 39

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 2, 1963
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40 t Gptesburfl Register-Moil, Golesburg, lit. Wednesday, Oct. 2, 1963 WH *r F*ee is- WATT WdWMHeVSUBs HAVfi A BIS " NEWSPAPER INIHlSlbWM. Radio and Television WEDNESDAY. OCT. 2 WHBF-Clumncl 4 5:00 Leave It to Beaver. "The Haircut." 5:30 Cronkite—CBS News. 6:00 John Ravencroft—New*. 6:15 Don Wooten Weother. 6:20 Don Shaip—Sports. 6:30 Chronicle: "The French, They Are So French." 7:30 Glynis Johns Show. 8:00 Beverly H llbUlles. 8:30 Dick Van Dyke Show. 9:00 Danny Kaye Show. 10.00 Jim Koch News. 10:10 Weather Show TUNE IN TEPS... The World Scries started tins aflcrnoo in New York. Barring an extra inning game the final outcome should be featured in this edition of the Register- Mail. WGIL continues its complete sports coverage with all of the information contained in stories on our Associated Press Sports Wire. The score is repeated many times throughout the afternoon for the benefit of those who are unable to follow the play-by-play on radio. At 5:30 we'll have a wrap-up on this afternoon's game, including (he locker room comments by the rival managers following the contest. Weather conditions, changes in the line-up and any other stories are carried as bulletins or on our regular newscasts each morning during the series. This is just another service of one of America's great sports stations, which has once again presented all of the Chicago White Sox games in Western Illinois. This ww.'k end we'll have 4 more football games for your enjoyment. They are the Corpus Christi-Knoxville game on Friday night, the Illinois- Northwestern game Saturday afternoon, the Galesburg-East Peoria game on Saturday night, and the Cardinal-Viking game on Sunday afternoon — all of these features at 1400 on the dial. ______ * RADiO 1400 ON YOUB DIAL 10 :15 Sports Final. 10:30 Mr. Lucky. "I Bet Your Life." 11:00 Checkmate. "The Cyanide Touch." WOC-Channel 5.00 Yogi Bear. 5:30 Huntley-Brinkley Report. 6:00 Report to Area 6. •6 -.30 The Virginian. 8:00 Espionage. 9:00 The Eleventh Hour. 10:00 Report to Area 6 • 10:30 Tonight Show 12:00 Midnight Headlines. 12:02 Sea Hunt. WQAD-Channel 8 5:00 Maverick. ti.L Weather. 6:05 News and Sports. 6:15 Ron Cochran News. 6:30 Ozzie and Harriet. 7:00 Patty Duke. 7:30 The Price Is Right. 8.00 Ben Casey. 9:00 Channin>\ 10:00 WeathT. 10:05 Dick lUchmond News. 10:15 Murphy Martin News. 10:25 Jim King Sports 10:30 Steve Allen. 12:00 News Final. WTVH-Chnnnel 19 5:00 6:00 6:15 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 9:00 10:00 10:10 10:15 11:55 Cheyenne: "Reprieve." Ron Cochran News. Local News. Weather and Sports. Adventures oi Ozzie and Harriet: "Ozzie, Joe and the Fashion Models." Patty Dm.- Show. "The Genius." The Price Is Right. Ben Casey: "Allie," Channing: "An Obelisk for Benny.'' Murphy Martin—News. Local News. Hollywood's Finest: "Walk Softly Stranger." Evening Inspirational. WMBD-Channel 31 f>::]0 CBS News. 6:00 Peoria Tooday. 6:30 Chronicle. 7::i0 Glynis Johns Show. 8:00 The Beverly Hillbillies. 8:30 The Dick Van Dyke Show. !>:00 The Danny Kaye Show. 1(1:00 Prnria Tonight. 10.30 The Late Show: "Kind Lady." 12:15 At Day's End. WEEK—Clumnel 43 5:30 Huntley-Brinkley. 6:00 Local Newt. 6:10 Weather. 6:15 Sports. 6:30 The Virginian: "No Tears for Savannah." 8:00 Espionage: "A Covenant With Death." 9:00 The Eleventh Hour: "Cold Hands, Warm Heart." 10.00 Harrison and the News. 10:15 Weather. 10:20 Gordon Joyner Sports. • 10-30 Tonight Show. 12 00 Evening Meditation. • —Denotes Colorcast. Station WGIL, Radio 14Ui KUocvcfs WEDNESDAY 5:00 News. 5:15 Fulton Lewis Jr. 5:20 Music. 5.30 Spoils Parade. a:4;i Mus-ic. (i HI) News. 6:05 Capital Assognment. 6:35 M'lMi'. 7:ii. r > World Today. 7 :.'S5 Music. 10:00 Nightcap News 10:15 Music Till Midnight. News on th> Halt Hour THURSDAY 4:55 Wakt Up Show 9:00 News 6.05 Wakt Up Show 6:15 Farm Fare Program. 6:35 Wake Up Show 6:55 Roberl St Jnhr Reports. 7:00 News 7:05 Weathei Forecast 7 10 Spoils Scoreboard 7:15 Wake Up Show 7:30 Local News 7:45 Morning Show. 8:00 News. 8:05 Morning Melodies 8.50 Notes on Modern Living. HERE'S * 15 FROM AW LA.VJN |CHAIR. BUSINESS, MM LOVE BLV-/ YOURSELF A siew iDRESS.'— VOLVLL. VVAt^T A FArAO/ WAKOROBE VMEM AW OTHER lr-WESTrAEr4T4 •START RETURNING HUGH PROFIT^ UM-HAK X TRUST NtoUR SKEPTICISM HA«3 SEEM PERMANENTLY/ * ' X •OOMT BELIEVE IT/ LET Me Ij <oEE-*"-TH& LAST TIME VOL) SAVE ME ANY MOKJErV THAT I DIDMT HAVE TO 6HAKE OUT • Of SoO \NA<S VJHEU T. TOOK \ THE SLAME AFTER VOU £AT FATHER UKULELE.' • , AMU THAT WAS 6EF0RE VVE- WERE / PS IS*" 1 NOT QUVT5 'THAT 6M3, ' MARTHA= 8:55 What's New in Pink & Blue. 9:00 News. 9:05 Bulletin Board 9:25 Uncle Harry. 9:35 Morning Melodies. 10:00 News. 10:00 Market Reports 10:10 Music 10:35 Problems and Solutions. 11:00 News. 11:05 Morning Melodies 11:35 Trading Post. 11:50 Farm Adviser Program. 11:56 Noon Day Devotions, 12:00 Noon Farm Markets and News. 12:15 U.S. Weather Forecast. 12:25 Local News. 12:40 Music. 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 Public Service Show. 6:35 Coach's Corner. 6:50 Music. 7:00 News. 7:05 The World Today. 7:35 Music. 10:00 News, etc. 10:15 Music Till Midnight. News on the Half Hour Station WAIk, Radio 1590 KllocfcUs THURSDAY 6:30 Sign On. 6:31 Ne/s Headlines 6:32 Farm Report. 6:50 Weather-Watch. 6:55 News Around trn» 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. 11:30 Viewpoint. 8:55 ABC News. 9:00 Breakfast Club 9:55 ABC News 10:00 Local News. 10:45 Town Crier. 10:55 ABC N< 11:0O Local News. 11*5 Tradio. 11:30 Viewpoint. 11:55 ABC News. 12:00 Omnicast-New». 12:20 Farm Markets 12:30 Paul Harvev News. 12:55 ABC News. 1.-00 Local News 1:15 Obitujry Report. 1:25 Flair Reports. 1:55 ABC News 2:00 Local Ne>vs 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 Book*. 3:55 ABC News. 4:00 Local News. 4:30 Viewpoint. 4:45 Local Sports. 4:55 ABC News. 5:00 Local News. 5:10 Mil Rice Health Studio. 5:15 Sports Round Up 5:40 Tom Harmon Sports. 5:55 ABC News. 6:00 Local News. 6:25 Flair Reports. 6:30 Viewpoint. 6:55 ABC News. 7:00 Sign Off. 7:00 Sign Off. Evergreen Replacements Recommended Early fall is the best time to replace overgrown, misshapen or winter-damaged evergreens, said Leo Sharp, Fulton County farm adviser. And to aid selection, garden centers and nurseries are now stocked with a new supply of these plants. Here are some guides for selecting and planting evergreens: Choose plants that will not become a problem in a short time. Among the types of evergreens that can generally be grown in this part of Illinois are juniper, taxus and arborvitae. Be careful to choose plants that grow well in the amount of sun or shade available, he said. Consult a nurseryman about suggested plants for particular situation. At the planting area, prepare the soil before you set out the plant. If the soil is heavy clay, be sure to mix one-third peat moss or one-third compost with the backfill. Give the new plant plenty of water throughout the fall to encourage root growth. Be sure that the soil is moist before winter arrives, Sharp added. o o 3

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