Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on December 5, 1965 · Page 21
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SUNDAY, DEC. 5, 1965, Uk» ChaflM Anwlan 'C/ior/ey's Aunf Sef Sulphur SUI J PHUR-"Charley's Aunt" will be staged In the W. W. Lewis School Auditorium at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Producer and director of the show is Rev. Francis Nally of Our Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church. The cast will Include Ray Beard, Tom Simms, C. ,1. Broussard, Manuel Dronet, Bud Wagner, Bradley M o r e a u x, Brenda Moreaux, Cecillc Fredericks, Patsy Louviere and Theresa Bellow. Costumes are by RuUi Richard. Sets were prepared under the direction of George Ruckstuhl and props are handled by Blanche Trumps and Dot LeBlanc. COMEDY LEADS—C. J. Broussard, left, and Patsy Louviere will play ihe leading roles in "Charley's Aunt," io be produced in Sulphur Ihis Week. (American Press Photo), MATS to Have Name Change SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, 111. (AP) -The U.S. Military Air Transport Service, headquartered here, will change its name Jan. 1 to the Military Airlift Command. The command transports troops and material for the U.S. armed forces all over the world. The change in the unit's name was by recent congressional action. SPECIALS MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 2309 RYAN STREET DOUBLE BIG BONUS STAMPS TUESDAY WITH $2.50 OR MORE PURCHASE WE GIVE BIG BONUS STAMPS WE ACCEPT GOVERNMENT FOOD STAMPS LITE-FLUFF 10 COUNT TOWN TALK BREAD VEAL BRISKET .LB. SIRLOIN STEAK 1-8 A r DRAGON PREMIUM 19c VEAL LIVER TENDER VEAL CROWN 29c GROUND BEEF TENDER VEAL SEVEN 59c RATH FRANKS COLUMBIA SLICED 5 LB - CO* flflDlf HOSEDALE BAG U9W VVlin 303 SIZE ... LB. LB. O CANS GOLD NOTE SOLID POUND ROSEDALE FROZEN VEGETABLES YOUR CHOICE V FOR ONIONS BANANAS CABBAGE LUZIANNE POUND BAG U.S. NO. 1 YELLOW CHIQUITA BRAND FIRM GREEN LB. 9, 4 TELEVISION LOG WBRZ-TV (Baton flouge) 2 KTAC-TV (Lafayette) 3 KPAC-TV (Port Arthur) 4 KALB-TV (Alexandria) 5 (O—Color; (R)—Repeat; (P)—Premiere. KFDM-TV (Beaumont) J KPLC-TV (Lake Charles) .' KLPY-TV (Lafayette) 10 K3MT-TV (Beaumont) 12 ^.—Indicates selected programs (This program is presented as a public service by the Lake Charles American Press, which is not responsible for unannounced changes or other program inaccuracies.) Today's Best Bet J^5:30 (4, 5, 7) Telephone Hour. Dinah Shore is hostess for a salute to the music of Harold Arlen. Guests are Duke Ellington, singers Gordon MacRae and Leslie Uggams, singer-dancer Gretchen Wylcr and members of the New York City Ballet. (C). Sunday A.M. OHier Shows Other Shows 6:30 (5) Farm Fare. 6:45 (10, 5) Religion. 7:00 (5, 10) Gospel Singing, 7:30 (2) Gospel Time. (7) Singing Time. (10) Funtime Playhouse. 7:45 (4) Travelog. 8:00 (2, 4, 5) Gospel Singing. (3) Bugs Bunny. 8:30 (4) Allen Revivalist. (7) Gospel Singers. 9:00 (2) 26 Men. (3) Annie Oakley. (4) Herald of Truth. (5) The Answer. 9:30 (2) Sea Hunt (R). (3) Beany and Cecil (C). (4) Streams of Faith. (5) Gospel Singers. (6) Sunrise Semester. (7) Film Feature. (10) Marine. 9:45 (4) Book of Ages. 10:00 (2) Littlest Hobo. (3) Bullwinkle (C). (4) Insight, Religion. (5) Faith for Today. (6) Thought for Today. (7) Gospel Singers. (12) Bullwinkle (C). 10:30 (2) Industry on Parade. (3, 12) Discovery '65. (4) This Is The Life. (5) Herald of Truth. (6) Singing Time. (7) Church Service. 10:45 (2) Washington Report. (10) News, Weather. 11:00 (2, 4) Church Service. (3) The Answer. (5) This is the Life. (10) Lafayette Playboys. (12) Faith For Today. 11:30 (5) Big Picture. (6) Face the Nation. (7) Community Report. (10) Movie. "A Dangerous Game." Richard Arlen (1941). (12) Insight, Religion. Sunday P.M. 12:00 (2. 4, 5, 7) Meet the Press (C). (3, 12) Directions '66. (6) Film Short. M2:15 (6) NFL Football. The Washington Redskins meet the Browns at Cleveland. 12:30 (2, 7) Eternal Light. ^•(3, 12) Issues and Answers. New York City's Mayor-elect John V. Lindsay is interviewed. (4) Assembly of God. (5) Of Church and Man. H2:45 (10) NFL Football. The Chicago Bears battle the Colts at Baltimore. M:00 (2, 4, 5, 7) AFL Football. The Buffalo Bills clash with the Oilers at Houston. (C). (3) Movie. "Dark Passage." Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall (1947). (12) Dimensions in Religion. 1:30 (12) Breakthrough. 2:00 (12) Lamar Study Council. 2:30 (12) Annie Oakley. 3:00 (3, 12) Range Rider. M6, 10) NFL Football. The Detroit Lipns-49ers game is joined in progress. 3:30 (3, 12) Cartoon Fun. 4:00 (2) Conversation. (3) Movie. "The Warrior and the Slave Girl." Ettore Manni (Spanish-Italian; 1958). M4, 7) Wild Kingdom. "Bobcat Kingdom." Visit to Utah to observe a family of bobcats. (C). (5) Mary Graham Choir, (3, 12) Beany and Cecil. H:30 (2, 4, 5, 7) Fantasy Hour. "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer." An animated musical story with Burl Ives as the voice of the snowman. (C-R). DINAH SHORE Bell Hour Hostess M12) ABC Scope. Scheduled: "The Space Frontier: Four Men in Orbit." 5:00 (12) 12 O'clock High. Major Stovall's son is missing in action and the officer asks for flying duly. 5:30 (2) Across the Seven Seas (C). (6) Candid Camera. 5:45 (3) News, Weather. Sunday Night 6:00 (2) News, Sports, Weather. (3, 12) Voyage. Toy manufacturer is espionage agent who turns a scientist into wax toy for shipment to enemy land. (C). M6, 10) Lassie. Corey tries to talk a ranger out of transferring. (C). 6:30 (2, 4, 5, 7) Disney's World. "Summer Magic," starring Hayley Mills. The story of a widow and her children who leave the city to rehabilitate an old farm. (C). (6, 10) My Favorite Martian. Tim has a misstep with Uncle Martin's duplicating machine. (C). 7:00 (3, 12) FBI. Erskine and agent have the task of tracing a gunshot victim who has lost his memory and $500,000. (C). K6, 10) Ed Sullivan. Scheduled guests: singers Robert Goulet and Jane Powell, comedian Shel 1 e y Berman, rock 'n' rollers Tom Jones and the Van- dellas and others. (C). 7:30 (2, 4, 5, 7) Branded. Jason sides with some gypsies and incurs the wrath of a town's most powerful man. (C). ^•8:00 (2, 4, 5, 6, 10) Bonanza. When a woman's son is sentenced to hang, she kidnaps Little Joe and threatens others in town. (C). (3, 12) Movie, "Satan Never Sleeps" with William Holden and France Nuyen. Drama about a priest behind the bamboo curtain who gets involved with overpowering forces (C). (6) Movie. "The Burning Hills." Tab Hunter, Natalie Wood (1956). ^9:00 (2, 4, 3, 7) Wackiest Ship. While the ship's cook awaits reassignment, the crew tries to adjust to a new cook. (C). (10) Candid Camera. 9:30 (10) What's My Line? 10:00 (2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10) News, Weather, Sports. 10:15 (2) Movie. "The Song of Bernadette." Jenni f e r Jones, William Eythe. (1943). (4) Convoy. (7) Dialogue. 10:20 ((i) Perry Mason. 10:30 (3, 12) News, Sports. (5) Naked City III). 110) Russ Faulkenberry Show. 10:45 (3) Untouchables (R). (12) Kiwanis Auction. 11:00 (10) Tightrope (R). 11:15 (7) The Saint. Monday A,M, 5:45 (10) Rosary. fi:00 (10) Happy Fats. 6:15 (10) Passe Partoul. 0:30 (3) Christophers. (5) Jambalaya. (6) Sunrise Semester. 6:55 (7) Farm Report. (10) Outlook, News. 7:00 (2, 4, 5, 7) Today (C). (3) A.M. (6) News. 7:30 (6, 10) Funtime. 8:00 (3) Cartoons. (6, 10) Captain Kangaroo. 9:00 (2, 5, 7) Fractured Phrases (C). (3) Romper Room. (4) Circle 4 Club. (6, 10) I Love Lucy (R). (12) News, Devotion. 9:10 (12) Cartoons. 9:25 (2, 5, 7) News. 9:30 (2, 5, 7) Concentration. (12) Peter Gunn (R). (3) Father Knows Best. (R). (6, 10) McCoys (R). 10:00 (2, 4, 5, 7) Morning Star (C). (3, 12) Young Sot. (6, 10) Andy Griffith (R). 10:30 (2, 4, 5, 7) Paradise Bay (C). (6, 10) Dick Van Dyke. (R). 11:00 (2, 4, 5, 7) Jeopardy (C). (3, 12) Donna Reed (R). (6,10) Love of Life. 11:25 (6, 10) News. 11:30 (2, 4, 5, 7) Post Office. (3) Annie LeJeune. (12) Father Knows Best (R). (6, 10) Search For Tomorrow. 11:45 (6, 10) Guiding Light. 11:55 (2, 4, 5, 7) News. Monday P.M. 12:00 (2) Midday. (3, 12) Ben Casey (R). (4) TV Bingo. (5) Ag Report. (6) News. (7) Romper Room. (10) Meet Your Neighbor. 12:15 (5) News, Features. 12:30 (6, 10) As the World Turns. (4, 5, 7) Let's Make a Deal (C). 12:55 (2, 4, 5, 7) News. 1:00 (6, 10) Password. (2, 4, 5, 7) Days of Our Lives (C). (3, 12) Nurses. 1:30 (6, 10) House Party. (3, 12) A Time For Us. (2, 4, 5, 7) Doctors. 1:55 (3, 12) News. 2:00 (6, 10) To Tell The Truth. (2, 4, 5, 7) Another World. (3, 12) General Hospital. 2:25 (6, 10) News. 2:30 (6, 10) Edge of Night. (2, 4, 5, 7) You Don't Say (C). (3, 12) Young Marrieds. 3:00 (2, 4) Match Game (C). (3, 12) Never Too Young. (6, 10) Secret Storm. (5) Ethma Odum. (7) Lee Janot Show. 3:25 (2, 4) News. 3:30 (10) Bachelor Father (R) (3) Where the Action Is. (12) Superman (R). (2) Movie TEA, (4) Movie. "Born to Love." Joel McCrea, Constance Bennett (1931). (5) Movie. "The Saint in New York." Louis Hayward (1938). (6) Movie. "The Harder They Fall." Humphrey Bogart, Rod Steiger (1956). (7) Movie. "The Wagons Roll at Night." Humphrey Bogart, Sylvia Sidney (1941). 4:00 (3) Movie. "Ma and Pa Kettle at the Fair." Marjorie Main, Percy Kilbride (1951). (10) Movie. "Four Sided Triangle." Barbara Payton (English; 1953). (12) Cartoons. 4:30 (12) Where the Action Is. 5:00 (2, 5) Cartoons. (4) Rifleman (R). (G) Leave U To Beaver, (R). (12) Rocky and Friends, 5:15 (12) News. 5:30 (2, 4, 5, 7) Hunlley-Brinkley Report (C). (3) News. (6, 10) Walter CronkHc. (12) Bat Masterson (R), 5:45 (3) News, Weather. "asadesus Trio n New Orleans NEW ORLEANS - Four pi- no works, featuring the fam- CHARCOAL GAUJY TV DINNERS TO CO PHONE 436-4255 1020 FIRS'f AYE. (la R*er«oll(ifl ous Casadesus family of pianists, will make up Tuesday's New Orleans Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra program. Robert Casadesus, his wife, Gaby, and their son, Jean, will pool their talents in the Bach Concerto for Three Pianos and Orchestra, which will open the program. A second work for three pianos, a concerto composed by Mme. Casadesus will join her illustrious husband in the Mozart Concerto for Two Pianos, and Robert will play alone in Vincent d'Indy's Symphony on a French Mountain Air, Musical Director Werner Tor- kanowsky will make his first appearance on the podium in Tuesday night's concert. He has just completed three successful YOU NEED ALUISK INSURANCi See us for a complete "package" of protection for your home, property, and other assets today! FRED A, HART INSURANCE, INC. 502 Brood Gayle Building HE 3-3623 55 Ywrs Reliable Service HAVEAHART ^INSURANCE POtlCY concerts as guest conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. PPG Announces New Manager In Chemical Division PITTSBURGH, Pa.-R. Glenn Yeagley was recently appointed manager of soda ash and sodium bicarbonate sales for the chemical division of Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. 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