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PAMPA CA1LY NEWS FESRTJAft? 18, 1S59 TELEVISION PROGRAMS WEDNESDAY Channel 10 ,, Sunrise Classroom tt Happened Last Night Captain Kangaroo CBS News Morning Playhouse Arthur Godfrey i Love Lucy 'fop Dollar Love of Life Search for Tomorrow Guiding- Light Theatre Ten As The World Turns Jimmy Dean Show House Party . Big Payoff Verdict Is Yours Brighter Day Secret Storm The Edge of Night My Little Margie Popeye Doug Edwards News, Ralph Wayne World of Sports Weather Today Jeff '3 Collie Keep Talking Trackdown The Millionaire I've Got A Secret Circle Theatre News, Ralph Wayne Weather Wake Up and Live Sign Off KONO-TV Channel 4 9:30 Continental Classroom 6:30 7:00 8:0(5 8:45 9 -.00 9 :30 16:00 10:30 U:00 ', l :30 11:45 12:00 12:30 1 :00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4 :30 6: 15 6:00 6:15 8:25 6:30 7:00 7 :30 8:00 8:30 9:00 10:00 10:10 10:20 11:30 7:00 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:10 12:20 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:20 6:30 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 10:00 10:20 10:30 12:00 Today Dough-Re-Ml Treasure Hunt Tho Price Is Right Concentration Tic Tao Dough It Could Be You News Weather New Ideas Curtain Tim* Truth Or Consequence! Haggis Baggis Young Dr. Alalone From These Roots Queen For A Day County Fair Susie Keys of the Kingdom NBC News Local News Sports Weather Wagon Train Price Is Right Milton Berle Bat Masterson This Is Your Life News Weather Jack Parr Sign Off KVn-TV Channel 7 7:55 Good Morning 8:00 Funz-A-Poppln' 9:00 Shopper Show 11:00 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 3:00 Beat The Clock 3:30 Who Do You Trust * 4:00 American Bandstand 5:30 Mickey Mouse 6:00 All Aboard For Fun 6:30 Plymouth Welk Show 7:30 Ozzie & Harriet 8:00 Donna Reed 8:30 Frontier 9:00 Wednesday Fights 9:50 John Daly News 10:00 Night Court ''••• 10:30 Dangerous .Mission 12:00 Nightcap News THURSDAY KONC-TV Channel 4 6:30 Continental Classrocra 7:00 Today 8:00 Dough-Re-Mi 6:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:20 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3 :30 4 :00 4:30 5:45 6:00 6:30 7:00 t;30 8:00 ! 8:30 i 9:00 I 9:30 ! 10:00 ; 10:20 Uo:30 ; 11:00 Huftt the Price Is Concentralioii Tic Tac Dough ft Could Be You News, Weather New Ideas Charlie Chan Truth or Consequences Lincoln'. 1 ! Birthday Young Dr. Ma lone Prom These Roo'.s Queen for a Day County Fair Susie Keys of the Kingdom NBC News News, Sports, Weather Jefferson Drum Steve Canyon It Could B'e You Behind Closed Doom Tennessee Ernie Ford You Bet Your Life The Big Story News Weather Goodyear Theatre Jack Paar KFDA-TV Channel 15 : (5 :3Q Sunrise Classroom _,..• • Weather Satellite * • Is Great Step WASHINGTON (VPl\ Scientists I —Spot the birth, track, and re: fondly described the world's first! port the intensity of hurricanes, Kveather satellite today as "crude |and possibly tornadoes. and primitive" but 'bearing the; ...... For the first time observe seeds of involution. land report global weather ort a j Vanguard II. launched Tuesday : global basis. at Cape Canaveral, Fla., will doj _Make possible accurate long- today's forecasters no good. But. ran|?e forecasts nnd, perhaps, pre- its descendant*, weathef experts dictions of climate changes cen- predicted. will: _____ | turies in the making. j —Give man the fuller under'; standing of weather he must have j before he can hope to control it. Vanguard Tt, a 20-inch sphere weighing 21Vi pounds, is circling the globe every 126 minutes in an orbit which will keep it aloft -estimates varv — from 10 to 1927 Classic* 'Uncle Torn' Here Thursday REV. PAtJUNE PAKHAM . , speaks here Mainly About People •indie*!** P»!<5 Three More Satellites Are Planned 15. fjfin .fnnlof HlRlt l».t- ecutive hoard will meet at \ p.m. in the Conference Room of thp. school. Board members, who cani are asked to come for lunch atj WASHINGTON (UPI) -- f 12:10 in the school cafeteria. The; space agency charged ahead today j general meeting of the entire j with preparations for orbiting! membership of the PTA will con- j three more Vanguard satellites tot vene at 2 p.m. in the school audi- unlock vital secrets a.bout t h 6 torium. sun's activities and the world's Studio Size riitno MO 4-65)1* weather. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Crmvnovflr, j Dr. Homer E. Newell of the Na- 1005 S. Wells, were called to Mar-jUonnl Aeronautics and Space Ad- ble Falls recently due, to the death; ministration (NASA) outlined new of Mr. Crownovcr's mother, Mrs. goft ] s As Vanguard II twirled frith n* fleadHnei meet, NASA Tuesday succesiX launched the 2i\ a p'ouiidf spin; from Cape Canaveral, Fla,; It was hftilcd offie'iaiiy s.| start of a new era in weather search and a vindication of faith of Dr. John P. Mflgcn the rest of the Navy resea which moved to NASA, Sadie Crownover. Funeral ices were held Sunday. serv- around the globe gathering data' Mrs. on the earth's clouds. . Crownover has returned home but The fjrsl cxpep!inenla , safellite , i " An announcement of importance Sets 5-Day hundreds of years and perhaps RfiV forever. im^ T * tt carries little photocells which scan the cloud cover on a band of earth about 600 miles wide (o moviegoers of both the. older : no !^ of , flle «l" ator - The , P ho) °- T|* ^ II _ and younger generations came to- ;( ' clls Information, dispatched |3|KS day from Paul West manager ofl eflrth b y radio - P'^'" when nm, the La Vista theater, who said that i tnrou £ n a computer and thence to) Rev. Pauline Parham, a revival- ; he has made arrangements for a a scl ' een something that looks like ist from Baxter Springs, Kansas, - •""* --•-•••— -' '--- J announced today she will be speaking at the Immanuel Temple For the best Steaks hi town, iii[t f) nn ,„ visit your 1GA Food Liner. 606 S,! fj'rs"' try*'"NAB A weather mapping, was put In Or-; bit by NASA in the space agency's ovef dsy at 2:30 p.m. in Me; mortal Library All senior citizens | of the community are cordially tober. The satellite had what i 7:00 ! 8:00 •' 8:45 i 9:00 i 9:30 ! 10:00 j 10 :30 ;H:00 11:30 11:45 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 4:45 6:00 S:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:2S 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:30 10:00 10:10 10:20 7:55 8:00 9:00 11:00 11:30 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 I 9:30 ' 10:00 10:30 12:00 It Happened Last Night Captain Kangaroo CBS News Morning Playhouse Arthur Godfrey I Love Lucy Top Dollar Love of Life Search For Tomorrow Guiding Light Theatrn Ten As the World Turns Jimmy Dean House Party The Big Payoff Verdict is Yours Brighter Day Edge of Night My Little Margie Popeye Ringside with the Wrestlers Huckleoerry Hound Popeye Doug Edwards News, Ralph Wayne World of Sports Weather Today I Love Lucy December Bride Yancy Derringer Zane Grey ITieatre Live Wrestlin< Mackenzie's Raiders News Weather "Ca.sino Murder' 1 HVU TV Channel 7 Good Morning Funz-A-Poppln' Shopper Show Coffee Break Peter Lind Hay as Play Your Hunc.l Liberace The Shield Your Day In Court Music Bingo Beat Tne Clock Who Do Vou Trust? American Bandstand Adventure Time All Aboard For Fun Leave It To Beaver Zorro Real McCoys Pat Boone Show Rough Riders Ten-4! Mike Hammer Night Court Lancer's Spy Nighte«p News return showing of the old. original i R TV P ictlll ' c of tloud masses. movie classic of "Uncle Tom's! Vanguard II's information is ex- ;viled for an afternoon of table ! games, visiting nnd refreshments, it has been announced by Jay ; many, called a depressing record _" I during the frenzied post-Sputnik period. After a coflling off period of Flanagan, Altnis a Club S e n i o ri sevoral ™°nths, during which it j i n/ v ic u 10.0^ it.. i.;j U 111. 1C 1 UIJI » 1 IJ • " i f~* rtf/»»• Vi ' i Cabin" which will open a three- ; P ectecl to contribute largely tojhere Wednesday through Sunday. i^ enier cnaimian. day engagement in Pampa O n! infol ' nlation on the rela(i011 of "'" ' " ' ' Thursday. cloud cover to weather. But its "Uncle Tom's Cabin," filmed in Instruments have a designed life- authentic settings in 1927. was one! time of onl >' two weeks—and it Rev. Parham, according to notices, "Is a spirit filled, dynamic speaker, having ministered all over the United Stales, Great Brit- about two weeks to Jain and Europe.'' of the last great silent films; w '" produced before the advent o 'f; process and interpret each broad- ; On display at the meeting will sound. jcasl. from the satellite. So daily j be pictures, clippings and the com- The showings which have been |forecasts won't benefit from them. revived currently are enhanced by the addition of a sound, track which includes a dialogue com. But Vanguard II's place in history is expected to be considerably larger than its immediate plete scrap book of the ministry of Rev Charles Parham, Mrs. Parham's fattier. Rev. Bill Sparks, pastor at Immanuel Temple, invites the public. FINED FOR FILCHINO NOTTINGHAM, England (UPIt —Wilfored Newton, 40. was fined i $25 Tuesday for taking home a bar| rel of beer last December from |the brewery where he works. j "I thought it would come In handy for Christmas," ho said. minutely studied the rocket vehicle and made several ''minor'' — ' of the soul. Hili tau >way what i» fine and ftobl and tender in man. But you Ca purge your soul of halt, The Up copal Church can help you find , Christianity a love which will cleans and fenew. ST. MATTHEWS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Ward & Browning mentary and telling of the story by contribution to weather science. the voice of the renowned actor Dr - Harry Wexler. chief of the Services begin each evening at and reader Raymond Masse, and I Weather Bureau's scientific .serv-j 7:30 p.m. I the music of inspii'ing spirituals' ices division, said the little moon's i . land southern melodies, including;efforts are like, "trying to take n "The Lord's Prayer" sung in all of picture with a light meter instead of a camera." But h e SB id Vanguard II Is the !lts beauty by a full choir i Negro voices and soloists. Outstanding sequences in I h e!"indispensable first step" toward ifilm include those which will live; 11 ™ network of weather stations '.forever with patrons of the theaterlin space which the bureau en-! Funeral arrangements are pend- Services Pending J. D. — that of Eliza crossing the river! visages. lof ice. the death of Little E v a. ! jSl unci. l S 0 ™ atlon scenc Services Held I Faithfully based on the immort- » j i f\ r al story by Harriet Beecher Stowe, pQf Mother Of i surpassed in printing only by the Bible. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" re- Q mains a milestone as one of the rQfTlpQ i greatest human interest motion! i pictures ever filmed. i Funeral services for Mrs. Byron; ing for Jessie David Walker, 16.13 N. Dwight, in Duenkel - Carmichael Funeral Home. Mr. Walker died at 12:10 Wednesday mom- ing following a IB-months illness. He was born Sept. 27, 1886 in Kills County and moved from Chilicothe to Parfpa in 1929. He was a member (ft the Chilicothe First Presbyterian Church. Survivors include his wife, Ger- SIMS ELECTRIC COMPANY Commercial, Industrial and Residential Wiring FREE ESTIMATES, Phone MO 4-7320 FULL!' INSURED LICENSE and BONDED Bill Sims, Owner 801 Lotrry. Pampa In the decade between 1850 and, Francis Smith, mother of Frank Itha; three sons, Terrell of Kermit. 1980 when the burning issue of lD. Smith, Pampa, were held today | Clifton of Chilicothe, Donald of slavery was reaching its explosion: In Altus. Okla. Fort Worth; six daughters, Mrs. point, the little, soft-spoken woman j Mrs. Smith was born on M:iy Laiircne Cobb. Mrs. Jean Jones, with a. pen of fire did more for;2. 1 ), 1875 in Unionvilic. Tenn. She both of Pampa, Mrs. Zclma Atthe cause of the Union than the'moved to Indian Territory in 1903.jkinson of Portland, Ore., .Mrs. stinging words of numberless abo-i Other survivors are two daugh-'Margaret Nichols of Santa Clara, litionist orators. ters. Mrs. W. C. Ferris of Altus i Calif., Mrs. Evsi Fuller of Dallas, On the same program with and Miss Emily B. Smith, SnnJMrs. Lillian Pinson of Houston; "Uncle Tom's Cabin" will be! Francisco, Calif. She is survived i two brothers, Amos and Charley of "Kentucky Rifles" starring Chill by six grandchildren. iHollis, Okla.: 18 grandchildren ! Wills. Swanson Voted Top Speaker <;RT TKCIIXICAL TU.UMN<; VIENNA, Austria (UPI) -- The' Communist Czechoslovakia!! Party newspaper Rude Pravo said Mon-. day that 52 technicians from the United Arab Republic have arrived in Czechoslovakia for 12 nnd four great-grandchildren. During its regular Tuesday night i , . , meeting at the Pine Room'of the i months P rnctlc ; al traminB: Pampa Hotel, the Pampa Toast-1 masters Club voted Bob Swanson its best speaker of the evening. Swanson will be. a participant in a speech contest next week to select the person to represent the local club at an area meeting to te held here March 14. • Richard Cook served as Tuesday night's toastmaster. Other speak-i ers were Bob McCreless, Henry! 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