Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 13, 1959 · Page 2
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Pampa, Texas
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Friday, February 13, 1959
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Slst 13, .1959 TELEVISION PROGRAMS FRIDAY ChAnriet I J ):00 )):30 1 1 ;00 .11:30 i!:00 '2:10 32:20 '.2:30 .12:55 1 :00 1:30 1:00 2:30 8:00 3:30 1:00 4:30 5:30 5:45 1:00 •i:I5 • :20 ;:30 ::00 :00 ,';:30 9:00 9:45 10:00 10:20 10:30 12:00 Continental today Dough-Re-Ml Treasure Hunt The Price t s Right Concentration fie Tac Dough It Could Be You Weather New Ideas Curtain Time Daily Word Truth or Consequences Haggta Baggis Young Dr. Mi lone From These Roots Queen For A Day County Fair Susie Strange Mrs. Grain Western Cavaliers NBC News Local News Sports Weather Northwest Passage Phil Harris M-Squad Thin Man Cavalcade of Sports Passing- Parade News Weather Jack Parr Show Sign Off KFDA-TV Channel 10 B:30 Sunrise Classroom 7:00 .It Happened Last Night 8:00 Captain Kangaroo <:45 CBS News 9:00 For Love or Money 9:30 Arthur Godfrey 10:00 I Love Lucy 10:30 Top Dollar 11:00 Love of Life 11:30 Search /or Tomorrow 11:45 The Guiding Light 12:00 Theatre Ten 12:30 As The World Turns 1:00 Jimmy Dean Show 1:30 House Party 2:00 Big Payoff 2:30 The Verdict is Yours 3:00 Brighter Day 3:15 Secret Storm 3:30 EdgG of Night 4:00 My Little Margie 5 :00 Popeye 5:45 Doug Edwards 8:00 News, Ralph Wayne 6:15 World of Sports 8:25 Weather Today 8:30 Hit Parade 7:00 Rawhide 8:^0 Phil Silvers 8:30 Schlitz Playhouse 9:00 The Lineup 9 :30 Person To Person 10;00 News, Ralph Wayne 10:10 Weather 10:20 "Lost Honeymoon" Sign off Channel 7 KVII-TV 7:55 Good Morning 8:00 Funz-A-Poppin' 9:00 Shippers Show 10:30 Coffee Break 11:30 Peter Lind Hayes 12:30 Play Your Hunch 1 :00 Liberace 1:30 The Shield 2:00 Your Day in Court 2:30 Music, Bingo 8:00 Beat The Clock 3:30 Whp Do You Trust? 4:00 American Bandstand 5:30 Mickey Mouse 6:00 All Aboard For Fun 6:30 Rin Tin Tin 7:00 Walt Disney Presents 8:00 Man With A Camera 8:30 77 Sunset Strip 9:30 .Bold Ventura 10:00 Night Court 10:30 Shock 12:00 Nightcap News BIRD C.UiK COMI'I.,UNTH COPENHAGEN, Den tn ark (UPIi - Pet shop owners have banded together in a campaign against the manufacturers of birr 1 cages. The shop owners have complained thai the new bird cages are so small the birds can't turn around in them. Read The .New* Classified Ads. FREE $2.00 ORDER TO THI FOLLOWING LUCKY PHONE NUMBERS 5*3625 4*4968 IF THIS IS YOUR PHONE NUMBER CAW. MO 9-9212 And Your Order Will Be Waiting At Cildwell'i CHARCOAL BURGER 1534 N. HOBART SATURDAY feo.Vc-fv Channel 4 8:00 Texas Currirultim 8:30 Christian Science 8:45 Industry on Parade 9:00 Kit Cnison 9:30 Rirff & Reddy 10:00 Fui-y 10:30 Circus Boy 1! :00 True Story Tt-.SO Detective Diary 12:00 Mr. Wizard 12:30 Cotton John 1:00 Champ Bowling 2:00 Basketball Game 3:30 Hialeah Turf Cap 4:00 Women's Bowling f -t:30 Walsh Talent V'ariiipa 5:30 Wonders of the World 6:00 Weekend 6:20 Weather 6:30 People Are Funny 7:00 Perry Como 8:00 Black Saddle 8:30 Cimarron City 9:30 DA's Man 10:00 News 110:20 Weather 110:30 Mrs. .Mike j 11:30 Sign Off K FDA-TV Channel 10 8:00 Cartoons 8:30 Capt. Kangaroo 9:30 Mighty Mouse Playhouse j 10:00 Heckle & Jeckle 111 :30 Stubby's Movie 111:30 Family Movie |12:4B Pro Hockey ) .1:00 Ice Hockey i 3:30 Wrestling; 4 :30 Big 30 Western 5:30 Death Valley Do.v* 6:00 Man without a Gun R :30 Perry Mason 7:30 Wanfea — Drad Or Alive 8:00 State Trooptr | 8:30 Have Gun — Will Travel i 9:00 Gunsmoke ! 9:30 US Marshal ! 10:00 Playhouse 90 : 11:30 Nile Owl. Newt Sign Off C'liiiiinel 7 KVII TV :55 Good Morning | 8:00 Funz-A-Poppin' i fl:00 Laurel And Hardy 110:00 Saturday Playhouse 110:30 WTS College " j It :00 Uncle Al 12:00 Surprise Package 2:00 College Basketball 4:00 Bar 7 Plavhouse OPEX 1:45 Today I 1 ! MS Sal. Southwest Multi-Theatre Premiere This one Is so Susprnspfnl II will have you side ways in your OPEX B:»5 Today 12:15 Sal. NOW—SAT. ir Matinee VERY S.Vrr 4 Ul 1:00 p.m. Cartoons JOHN JMVXJ-: "Sauta, l ( 'e •MM #,)<• Ul 3 l»-"i. ar 1'rograixi t"oJI«n> With Core, Teeth Con Lost Lifetime (KDtTCWS SOfK: this Is j mouth, the acid produced attacks the fifth In n series of nHteles ;the enamel of the teeth. Eventual- published by the Pnrnpa Dally |ly it eats ft small hole in the the i enamel, the beginning of decay. SttbsUtutuin of fresh frtuta and Denial ! vegetables for many sugar-containing foods, especially between- meai snacks, has three advantages: Such foods are better for News, In cooperation \vith dentists of Ihampa, In nf National Children's Health Week February 8 to II and the centennial nf the American Dental Association. .Some re- Dulles' Illnsss Throws light On His Aides Personality Spotlight tin Hod fre,ss International tjnrter Secretaries of State Christian A. Herter and c. f)on- Rlas f)filon—stand-Ins for thilles rent developments In dentistry ] general health. Eating less sugar |causes a reduction in the num- :ber of acid-producing bacteria in the mouth. Many fruits and vegetables act as natural tooth-brush- chiltlren are discussed.) Today's children can look forward to keeping their own natural the shadow of one of the most pow- erftil personalities of the 20th- Century to dim his personal zest for the job. A visitor to Herter's office is; first impressed by his gangling! 6-foot 8-lnch frame and his grav- ! elly-voic.ed "hello." The most Jar-j ring note, from the diplomatic | standpoint, is his addiction to bow! lies —- frequently a rather Start- j tling polka-dot effect. | Herier long has suffered from j arthritis, which causes him to! ' The illness of Secretary of walk with a. shuffle and the aldj 'State John Poster Dulles' hasi^f canes, his lanky frame bent! !turned the spotlight on two aides!at the hips. However, he points' Ihe named to run the Stale De-'"«t with justifiable pride that his floor conference jroofn, ifhnmd 11 that 6? ft ftfift te.rft|t» France And *ft S^lS«f M Aides say he has not Allowed'City investment broker. WejNAfO before entering tFie* 9t<ti§ - fact that he works irt the served fls American ambaasftder,Department Jan, U, ItSt, teeth as long as they live --• if they and their parents want to. Dentists know how to prevent between-meal snack is important. most decay and other dental dis-i' 00 - This removes food debris that lease that cause tooth loss. But the 'otherwise might be lodged in i dentist can't do it alone; his pa-; crevices between the teeth. When itient has to cooperate. ,a toothbrush isn't handy, it's a | There's the matter of diet. The P° (Kl ldef >- '<> Hnse one's mouth i foods one should e»t for general partment in his absence. They are Under Secretaries Brushing after each meal and!Christian A. Herter, 63, and C. physical condition never hasj caused him to lose a single day) at -work in four years as gover- thoroughly with water. health are adequate for dental' Periodic visits to the dentist, health loo. But of equal impor-;\vho can discover and treat small tance are the foods one should not'defects promptly, will prevent cat. .serious trouble later. These foods are the ones con-; Fluoridated water (or, where taining sugar. Americans consume (hat is not available, fluoride 10 limps as much sugar per persoiv treatments. I is one of the most as their great-grandfathers did, at j important means of preventing de- Ie«st three limps as much as they ray. With that as a basis, and npi»cl for energy requirements. remembering the importance of This sugar i s used as food by • diet, brushing and regular visits acid-producing bacteria in the Ui the dentist, a child, except in ~ ~ jrare instances, nan build healthy teeth that will remain in his mouth i Douglas Dillon. 4f). nor and more than two years as 1 Herier, a fluent linguist arid:under secretary, well-experienced in internnlional I Sitting in for Herter. until he : affairs before serving two sue-' returns Sunday from a two-week i cessf ul terms of governor of'vacation in South Carolina, is Oili Massachusetts, entered the de- : lon. He ranks just under Herter, ; partment in 1956. ;because he is considered prima[ In Dulles' previous absences, rily an economic man while Her- I he has presided with efficiency let- is Ihe general political under land dispatch at the secretary's'secretary. daily staff meetings which are [ Dillon, like Herter. is a product held at 9:15 a.m. In the fifth of Harvard University. His back- ATTENTION ALL SCOTTISH RITE MASONS The Top 'O Texas Scottich Rite Association needs the help of all Scottish Hite Masons in this entire area. We need your assistance in planning some very important projects that can benefit the young men of this locality. All Scottish Rite Masons, regardless Of which Consistory you may be a member, can, and should be anxious to contribute their knowledge and time for such a worthy cause. The association is planning to have a combination Bar-B-Que and meeting this February 20, 1959 at. 7:00 p.m. at the Top O' Texas Sportsman Club. All current Scottish Rite Masons in this area are cordially invited to attend. PLEASE MAIL THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION TO BOX 760, Pampa, Texas NAME ADDRESS CONSISTORY 5:00 All Star Golf 6:00 Boots And Saddles 6:30 Dick Clark Show 7:00 Jubilee USA 8:00 Lawrence We Ik Show 9:00 Sammy Kaye Show 9:30 San Antone 11 :00 Behind the Rising Stm | a.s long as he lives. When John Marshall Harlan was sworn in as a Supreme Court justice in 1955, he became the 89th man to sit on the high bench. "SCREAMING SKULL": Startine "URROR (ROM THL YfAR 5000": STARRING John Hudson • Pegijy Webbff* A!e< Nicol Joyce Hoidrn* Ward Costello • Frederic Downs AH AM tRIC AN-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE AN AMERICAN I NT CRN AT ION Al PICTURE 10 p.m. TONIGHT "HER PERSONAL INTEGRITY WAS COMPLETELY VIOLATED! "From the moment she was arrested, Barbara Graham had no privacy... not even as much as an animal has in a cage. She never had a moment to think of herself as a human being, Justice was not violated in this case... justice was abandoned!" -Al Matthews Criminal Attorney Who Curried (Jru/iuin't Appeal lu th<: Xupretn* Court See Susan Hayward as Barbara Graham whose murder trial shocked the world! I Want To Live!" it'l Starts Sunday * LaNoro Sparkle info Your Home with NEW CARPETING FEBRUARY SALE PRICED WILTON CARPET By Alexander Smith Regular $13.95 Sq. Yd. Installed $988 ALL WOOL CARPET By Regular $13.95 Sq. I'd. Installed $1188 ALL WOOL CARPET Ry Alexander Smith Regular $13.95 Sq. Yd. Installed $988 b DUPONT NYLON CARPET r> Yr. Written (iimnuitee Regular $12.95 Si|. Yd. Installed ^*»—»»•«. i •• • $988 I ^ CARPET PRICES INCLUDE INSTALLATION OVER 40 OZ. PAD ENGLANDER OR A BRANDT Sleeper Sofa • Nylon Cover • Decoator Colors • Foam Cushions FREE $80 Bonus IN MERCHANDISE OF YOUR CHOICE Solid Ash 2-Pc. Bedroom Suite Double dresser with dust proof drawers and tilting plate $ glass mirror. 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