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FRIDAY, JULV 1, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ** River Rtpptai ss atid Oiilffoorff Mote* The fishing season Id late in waters near Tomahawk Wis., reported Henry Brie*, 1319 Bushy Grove Ave., Wood River who with his wife, Margaret, fished in the Little Somo River. The bluegill are just starting to nest there, he said. Brien landed 40 fish on a flyrod Including a three- pound smallmuuth bass. Other anglers there, using minnows, landed northern* and walleyes. The weather was cool. The Brims stayed at Speed Jean's Bit-O-North resort. Jeffry Bernard, 13, Knoll drive, went fishing Tuesday afternoon with George Berry, Edwards street, to a slough near Pleasant Hill where they landed about 30 catfish and bluegill. It was young Bernard's first fishing trip where so many fish were landed and he is now a confirmed angler. One bass was m> large that It straightened Berry's hook and escaped. i>w1* Wenxel, Johnson street, said the fish were biting in wa ters near Kampsville Sunday. He and his neighbors fished in a nearby creek and landed more than 20 bluegill and catfish. Rifle Toarname*t Winner* Allen Trumbull, Creve Coeur, Mo., won the championship of the Outdoor Position Rifle Tournament Sunday sponsored by the Piasa Rifle and Pistol Club at its outdoor range on Alby St., TrumbulTi score was 776-35. Lawrence Break lander, St. Louis won first master with a score of 774-31. Walter Bead, East Alton, executive secretary to the Pistol Club, took second master with a score of 769-30. Individual prone match winner was Herman Bockstrack, Alton, with 200-16; First master, Trumbull with 200-14; second master, Read with 200-14. Sitting match winner was Trumbull with 200-13; first master, Breuklander with 197£; second master, James Davis, St. Louis, with 136-9. Kneeling match winner was Read with 1979; first master, Trumbull with 1955: second master, Breuklander with 194-8. Standing watch winner was Breuklander with 186-4; first master, Davis with 186-3; second master, Trumbull with 181-3. The two-man team winners were Read and Bockstruck with 766-27. The club's next shoot is set for Oct. 9, with an outdoor 50 and MO yard match at its Alby street range. Campout A three-day campout was enjoyed recently by 12 girls and their leaders Mr*. Harold Wagner, Mis* Carol Bingering, and Mrs. Gene Hlnderhand, of Alton-Wood River Girl Scout Troop 149 at a farm near Kampsville owned by Mr. •ad Mrs. Robert Pariah of Alton. The campers used spring water and did all their cooking over an open wood fire including some de- IHOWPIICI OOMT TMlMK, AU. MttOUN* The Telegraph 9 * Daily Radio Chart tail <AMU» •M M> (MBS) It* HO 11M KWI wuat IITB 00 Hill*:' Wtll N N: Gordon D. Gordon oormtj N P«n in Stand* Interview Rlefitrd Richard N: S Richard N: S Man on <M World N 6. Morgan F. Lewli Jr, D. Gordon 8. Gordon Cardn-Brave* N: Rich K. Rich S, Rich! K. Rich N: N; Music Nlte Music D. Gordon S; D. Gordon Gordon N; Richard K. Richard S: Jenkins B Jenkins N: Ptnt sun Oft N: Monitor Monitor Monitor: N D. Gorton sign Off N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. .Jenkins TV digest with John N. Jones N: Monltof Monitor N: R. SHOP Record Shoo N: R. Shop Shop N; Memories N: R Shot Record Shop S: R. Shop Record Shop N; Memories Memorte* Mfmorlei: M N. 1J..MIOP Record Shop N: R. Shop Record Shop RETC OFF FOR Following cotnpletition of it's programs tonight, KETC will cease operation* for the summer and fe- turn to the air on Sept. 12. MEW CBS OAMB snow "Video Village", nighttime version of a daily game show series, will debut tonight on CBS (4) at 8 p.m. Jack Narz is host and village mayor in which a studio village is transformed into a huge game board on which contestants, moving about as "pieces", vie for merchandise and cash prizes, The daytime series of "Village" is scheduled to start on the net Monday, July 11. Jackson's Entertains, Peoria in Twin Bill The Jackson's Softball team will host LoMolos Tap of Peoria for a doiibleheader at the Roxana High School diamond Saturday.. Weather permitting the first game will get underway at 7:30 p.m. uxe dinners. The group enjoyed 'ossil hunting, a nature scavenger hunt, water fights, hiking and rid- ng on a tractor. Big Weekend Coming There are a number of events set for the coming holiday weekend including boat races Sunday at Centralia. HI., and Monday at Effingham, 111., by the Mid-states Outboard Racing Assn. of Springfield. Many St. Louis Outboard Batt Crappie Bluoill ieg Catfish BLUE RIDGE LAKE FISHING o*d PICNIC M Miles West and North of Foaterburg. Drivers Assn. pilots have said that they will also participate in the numerous classes. The races are set to start at 1 p.m. both days. Water ski shows are also set for Sunday afternoons at Hardin andj Monday afternoon at Carlinville Lake by the Ski Pals of Alton. The Alton Water Ski Club will perform twice Monday at 8:30 a.m. in Effingham and again at 4:30 p.m. in Greenville. Several clubs have planned gypsy cruises and overnight trips as well as campouts. The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary plans to take a survey of boats in action Monday on Alton Lake. Don't forget the big parade of boats and the annual Blessing of the Fleet Sunday on Alton Lake at 3 p.m. Be cautious and careful so that you avoid becoming a statistic. We need our readers. Piontek Signs Hawk Contract Dave Piontek, veteran corner man who came to the Hawks last February from Cincinnati, signed his 1960-61 contract, General Manager Ed Macauley announced. The 6-6 235-pounder is the third veteran to agree to I terms for the coming season, joining Slhugo Green and former Detroit Piston, Ed Conlin. Six rookies have previously signed pacts. Piontek is rated as one of the top defensive men in the circuit, and Coach Paul Seymour is«especially high on the husky forward for his ability to defense such top corner men as Elgin Baylor, Jack Twyman, Willie Naulls', and Woody Sauldsberry. M. SATURDAY Muiie N Music N N; Witt D. Witt N: Farm D. Wttt N: W O. wi Clockwatcher o. ( Newtom« N; Ncwtom* O. Newiom* N: D«y Bob Day N: Day Bob Oar N; Burke , J. Burke tl »» N N; Witt D. Witt N; Witt •D. Witt N: W Rex Davis Clockwatcher w ; s N; Newcom* G. Newtoma N: Newioma O. Newioma ' S; Day N: Day Bob Day World N J. Burke J. Burke N; Witt D. Witt N; S D. Witt N S Clockwatcher N; Newiome G. Newioma N: Newioma G. Nnwioma N Bob Day J. Green well N: Monitor Monitor Exercliee Unity; Hymn* N; Hymni C. Voice*; N N: - N : G. N ; G. Newiome Newiome Newiome Newaoma N: Rev. Slm'ni Rev. Simmon* Tello Quit Bob Day N: Monitor Monitor Hemingway D. Witt N; Witt Witt; N N; S J. Buck N; Davli G. Davli N; Da via G. Davis N: Day Bob Day N: W J. Burke N; Witt D. Witt N; wm Witt; N N; 8 J. Buck N; Davis G. DavU N: DavU G. Davis N: Day Bob Day AP N J. Burke P. Harvey Playhouie The World N S. Afternoon N: Davis G Davla N; DBVl* G. Davla Jeriey Rptr. On Campui Farm-Horn* •» » Monitor N; St. Louis St. Louli N: Gordon Gordon: N N: G. N: G. Davla DavU DavU Davil N; Muilc Sp. Program Sen. Douftla* Soc. Security N; Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor D. Gordon » • tt N; Gordon Gordon: N N: Richard K. Richard N: Richard K. Richard N: Scout* Boy Scout* R. Benion N: Monitor Monitor D. Gordon Gordon: N N; Richard K. Richard Richard Richard N; K. N: Green well J. Greenwell N: Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor S. Mason N; Mason Mason; N N; Rlcharo K. Richard N; Richard K. Richard N; Greenwell J. Greenwell Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American Asm. Minneapolis 1, Dallas - Fort Worth 0 (11 innings) Indianapolis 7, Denver 6 (10 in* nings) Louisville 5, Houston 0 SL Paul 9, Charleston 4 International League Columbus 2, Toronto 0 Havana 6, Buffalo 5 Montreal 1, Richmond 0 Rochester 8, Miami 3 Pacific Coast League Salt Lake 4, Seattle 1 Spokane 4, San Diego 3 Tacoma 12, Vancouver 7 Sacramento 3, Portland 0 Ottawa Features Much Baseball ATTENTION SKIPPERS NOW HEAR THIS! Somo Brood Homo ond Family Liability f ockogo Policy Covon Your toot ond Motor AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM Why pay 110 to $49 more fer your liability insurance because your outboard motor is over 10 horsepower, check our Insurance Plan that protects you from boatinf Injury and property damace suite ... no matter what horsepower ... at no extra charfei And for • small additional premium of 1% your beat and motor can be protected from loss or damage including theft with ne deductible. All of tfcii covtrogt li •vtlltblt with our Los Angeles — Jose Luis Cruz, 126%, Michoacan, Mexico, knocked out Fernando Sota, 127, Oakland, Calif., 8. OTTAWA. 111. (AP) —This town of 20,000 has only one native son in the major leagues, Tom Sheehan, new manager of the San i Francisco Giants. : However, this summer Ottawa : is booming with youthful baseball ! activity which one day may result j in some big time performers. ! At present, 620 boys 19 years I old and younger are playing base- Jball on 35 teams. In addition, 30 | "oldsters" are playing on two I amateur league teams here. The city recreation department sponsors 18 "minor league" teams composed of 325 boys in the 8-12 age bracket. Two Little Leagues have 120 boys playing on 8 teams. The Jaycees' Pony League has four teams and 109 boys. Both Ottawa and Marquette high schools play in a summer prep league and eadi has a varsity and frosh-soph team engaging 66 boys. There also is a Junior American League Team, comprised of lads from both high schools. Prexy Won't Commit Self SAVE UP TO 25%! Fir Mm luftrftitlfi, Call tr SM ON if Tfeni PIPIMOIOT IKIURAMOE A0INTI ANoB A MaVMMMi lM* GoYf PriM (MMNMMil we SMW awvavwajy "HI WUfM llMMMf miCTlY MODHN COTTAON DIIICIOUS MIAU . •ITIA-MOMIM WHIN* ROOM lAtMINTON— TINNII—TV v niHINO«~HOMIS— fONIIS MAYlim- •UYOIPUM» MMIir MC4TJON ONLY I! MILK /•noyri/J* ... 4 Mi. SE. oil Highway CRYSTAL LAKE In a petition filed Thursday in Macon County Circuit Court, Mrs. Emma Kausmeier asked | SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYS AT OAK LANE FISHING RESORT MB. Ml MM. RBtt WUOWWm. Telephone PBontitr t-BMft Houtakaiping and touriit eaUni, plenlt w . with tabUi, firapUaai and playground oqulp* mtnt tor enildrtn. Lcrga now pavilion «nd r o> frathmtntt, GAIINS « jf rm VSfTi • *h|V muKowi 1UTBSBY TOffWKKat Wonto ground* and larg* Pavilion rental tor H« parti**, dub*, meetings or i oorUiwait Sues to Halt Fluoridation At Decatur DECATUR, HI. JP — A woman who long has opposed fluoridation of Decatur's water supply has filed suit to prevent the city from going ahead with fluorida- BALTIMORE (AP)-President-1 «on. scheduled to begin Jul_y• 15. General Manager Lee MacPhail of the Baltimore Orioles tossed a semantic slider when discussing the pennant chances of the surprising 1960 Birds. "If you ask me if they will win, I must honestly say no," Mac- Pahil said Thursday. "But if you ask me if they can win, the answer is definitely yes." "If our young players continue to hold their own, if we get more help from our older players and if the pitching continues to improve, I'd say we have a chance for the pennant "In addition, we'd have to get through the season without major injuries because our bench isn't strong enough to overcome them." MacPahil said Baltimore's phe- nominal success in one-run games thus far (19-6) has had much to do with the Orioles being on or near the top of the American League standings. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Detroit —Henry Hank, 159, Detroit, knocked out Victor Zalazar, 160%, Buenos Aires, 4. George (King) Moore, 217, Detroit, out- pointed Wayne Bethea, 205V4, New York, 10. Ronny Cohen, New Rochelle, N. Y., outpointed Billy Flamio, New weights. York, 10. Welter- St. Louis Grid Cards Sign SIU Gridder ST. LOUIS — Larry Parrish, versatile youngster from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, has been signed as a free agent, Football Cardinals Managing Director Walter Wolfnar has announced. Coach Frank Ivy plans to give Parrish a shot as a linebacker, n position he has played in addition to being an end, tackle -and guard during his prep, college and semipro career. Yesterday's Stan By THIS AiMCIATKP PBBIS Hitting - Dick Stuart, Pirates, became first to hit three home runs in one game in the majors this season, connecting on bis first for an injunction on grounds fluoridation is unnecessary, adds nothing to water's purity and is il legal, unconstitution and dangerous. The Decatur City Council in a split vote last Dec. 21 approved fluoridation after five years of controversy. Decatur, a city of 70,000 draws its water from Lake Decatur, which is fed by the Sangamon River. Mrs. Klausmeier filed the action in behalf of herself and "all other likewise situated," No date was set for a hering on the request. Proponents of fluoridation contend it helps prevent tooth decay. Rout Indians On Strike AtReservation FORT DUCHESNE, Utah ffi- Indian police, augmented by 18 newly sworn deputies, moved in at sundown Thursday and routed a band of striking Indians with a single tear-gas shell. Seventeen braves and squaws were arrested and later arraigned on charges of malicious mischief and unauthorized use of tribal and federal property. There were «o injuries, although three men had to be forcibly subdued. The surprise, action brought a quick end to a four-day sit-in staged by 30 unarmed Indians In the tribal offices of eastern Utah's Unitah-Ouray reservation. The band, calling themselves the 'true Utes," quietly took over' the headquarters Monday and refused to budge. Regular office workers as quietly decamped. The "true" Utes 1 beef was directed mainly at other Indians, Ittage trip* a«d then adding a two* 'Death Slide 9 Is Fatal To Performer By RAY KOHN NEW YORK IP — You sit In Madison Square Garden, perhaps munching on popcorn or sipping a cold drink, and they bring on another act — this one billed as "the death slide." One by one, Thursday night, 30 British Royal Marines, taking part in the military tournament and tattoo, slide to the grain on a rope attached to the 85-foo high garden roof. The 200-foo long rope is at a 45-degree ah gle. They do it without usin their hands. Then the Marine Commandos leader, Capt. Antony Laurence Easterbrook, 31, gets set for th climax, involving several som ersaults down the rope before landing with a flourish. The jaunty, trim figure Easterbrook is attired in a black suit and black bowler. He car ries the traditional British um brella in one hand and holds strap connected with the rope in the other. The master of ceremonies give Easterbrook a merry buildup calling him "our man from Ha vana," a reference to the whim sical character in a novel by Graham Greene. Easterbrook plummets from that high,, high ceiling to th ground below. He never touches the rope. What an 'act! The Garden is plunged in dark ness. Figures scurry about, am you wait for the lights to go up tor the next act. The lights do go up and th show goes on. You learn later that they rush ed Easterbrook to St. dare' Hospital, where a nurse report ed that "every bone in his bo dy is broken." A couple of hours later th captain is dead. Demands Cut in Oil Imports By CHARLES HASLET WASHINGTON JP — New de mands were made in Congress his week for reduction of the low of oil imports. Rep. Ed Edmondson (D., Okla.) •.aid Congress will have to act if the Eisenhower administration doesn't, to "preserve this vital domestic oil industry in a strong and healthy condition." Rep. George E. Shipley (D., III.) said the government's program for mandatory control oi oil imports, in effect since March, 1959, had failed to achieve its objective and has no chance of doing so unless import levels are cut. And, in the Senate, Sen. Vance Hartke (D., Ind.) called for a review of present import levels, saying imports had depressed the entire economy of the oil producing area of Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois. Shipley contended the mandatory program merely had stabilized a rate of imports that already was excessive. He said cuts in crude oil prices in the run tingle for ieven RBI in 11-6 victory after Giant* took opener of twi-night pair U-o, Pitdjing -Jack Sanford, Giants, allowud Jiut three tingles for his fourth thutout in the first game at Pittsburgh, walking none and Indiana - Kentucky Illinois area had brought economic uncertainty and generally depressed conditions. Edmondson said drilling has declined 13 per cent from last year and U.S. crude .oil production is down 131,000 barrels a day from the 1959 average. Imports now amount to 25 per cent of the domestic production, the highest rate in industry history, he said. The entire economy of Oklahoma hat been depressed, Edmonson said, because production allowables are at the lowest point in five years. members of the reservation's tribal council. They objected to the way tribal funds were being spent, especially money appro* priated for scenic, recreational and tourist attractions. They al> so felt mixed-blood Indians and members of other tribe* were out* striking out three la IU) victory, lotlng them on policy "FEAR" TOtftOHT A new suspence series begins tonight on NBC replacing the Friday Night Fights at 9 p.m. "Moment of Fear" is telecast "live" and in c*olor. Premiprp story is "The Golden Deed" from a new novel by Andrew Garve and concerns the residents of a small town drawn into a trap of fear by a benefactor who takes advantage of their gratitude to involve them in an elaborate confidence game. KPLR DAYTIME SCHEDULE CHANGES KPLR, will revise it's daytime schedule beginning Monday, July 4th. The station will sign on at 11:40 a.m. with Music and Morning Chapel, Noon—Cartoons, 12:50 News—Daust, 1:00 Movie, 2:30 Mickey Rooney Show (New series of film comedys), and 3:00 Wild Bill Hickok. Don Cunningham, who hosted 'Woman's Touch" for the KPLR will have his own show with the station beginning 7:00 p.m., July 4. Series will feature music and interviews. FRIDAY EVENING KTVI (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4 KSD (NBC) 5, KETC 9. KPLR 11 Bold Face denotes Highlight (R) denotes Repeats. 6:00—(2) Pony Express (4) (5) News (9) Friendly Giant 6:10—(4) (5) Weather Report 6:15—(4) CBS News: Edwards (5) Sports: Ingham (9) Compass Rose 6:25— (5) Spotlight with Nancy 6:30-(2) Walt Disney: "Wil Horse Revenge". Slaughter and his youthful companion are determined to return to New Mexl co again to attempt the capture of a herd of wild mustangs. (R (4) Rawhide: The late Vic tor McLaglen guest stars hi "In cident of the Shambling Man" Story of a young woman who tries to make it appear her father is mad. Anne Frands, Gene Nelson. (R) (5) Cimarron City: Sheriff Temple faces a grave predica ment when a Mexican regiment and American cavalry rebels occupy Cimarron while planning an attack on Texas in "The Town . Is a Prisoner". George Dolenz Rita Moreno. (R) (9) Ordeal By Fire (11) Wild Bill Hickok 7:00— (9) Briefing Session (11) Bold Journey: "Sands of Time". 7:30— (2) Man from Blackhawk: A newspaper editor is deliberately jeopardizing his own life by conducting an editorial crusade against the leader of a local gang of toughs in "The Trouble With Tolliver". (R) 04) Hotel De Paree: Sundance and his colleagues become victims of a scheme when an innocent-looking stranger claims the reward money 'for apprehending a wanted killer. (R) (5) People Are Funny (9) Reading Out Loud (11) Movie: James Mason, Claire Bloom: '"The Man Between" (1953: English) Spy Drama. 8:00-(2) 77 Sunset Strip: Hired to protect the fabulous jewels worn by six society debs, Stu and Rookie stage a revue in an .attempt to trap a band of diamond theives in "Six Superior Skirts". (R) (4) Video Village: (Debut) New game show. Jack Narz host. (5) Play *Tour Hunch (9) Two Centuries of Symphony 8:30—(4) December Bride: "Homecoming Show" deals with Ruth's extreme solicitude for her newly decorated home. (This show is scheduled by CBS to continue at this time through .Sept. 23.) (5) Masquerade Party; (Color). (9) Bookmark 9:00— (2) The Detectives: A janitor, mistaken in the dark for Capt. Halbrook, is brutally murdered in "Karate". (R) (4) Twilight Zone: Kecnan Wynn stars as a playwright who has the power of bringing to life the characters he has created and when he conjura up a beautiful girl Us wife refuse* to be* Ueve Ms explanation In "A World of His Own". Phyllis Kirk, Mary LaBoche. (5) Moment of Fear: (Debut-Color) Macdonatd Carey and Nina Koch co-star as a small- town married couple In "Th* Golden Deed". 9:20-(11> News 9:25-Ql) Expose Ac- f:99-(2) Blade §MMt! tfteTrt: ftfW WaTWfl * 8ta ruins cTBifCww yer, then repudiates fl flJ trial. John LOptofl. (4) PefsWi tt P§flWf)! tors Rolwrt Ryan and "Wyatt Earp" O'Bften at* *ts*t- ed by Charles Cofltngwool (ID ffew York Confidential: (Last show of Mrtat)» 0:00— (2) Sea Hunt (4) News: Spencer Allot O) Shotgun State *. (11) Movte: Margaret Sufll- van, Janws Stewart, Ray Milland: "Next Time We Lew" (1938) Drama. 0:io-(4) Weather: Fohtaine 0:15— (4) Eye On St. LoxriS 0:30— (2) Movie: John Wayne, Claire Trevor: "Allegheny Uprising" (1939) Western. (4) Movte: Alexis Smith, Eleanor Parker: "Woman In White" (1948) Drama. (5) News, Sports, Weather ;0:45— (5) Jack Paar Show: Actress-model Suzy Parker, singer Eileen Christie, Cliff Arquette, baseball writer Joe Garagiola and Clifford Prout guests. (R) 11:30-(11) Bedtime Stories 12:00— (5) (11) News 12:05 - (5) Movie: David Brian, Keenan Wynn: "No Place to Hide" (1956) Drama. 12:20-(2) News 12:25-(2) Home Digest 12:30— (2) Count of Monte Cristo (4) Movie: Ramon Novarro, Myrna Loy: "The Barbarian" (1933) Drama. 1:00— (2) Daily Word l:25-(5) Weather deport 2:00— (4) Late News Roundup 2:05-(4) Give Us This Day SATURDAY, JULY S 5:45-(4) Give Us This Day 6:00— (4) Town 'n Country 6:30— (4) P.S. 4: Government 7:00— (4) Movie: Roy Rogers, Dale Evans: "Rainbow Over Texas" (1946) Western. 7:40— (5) Cartoons Capt. Kangaroo Terry Toons Corky the Clown Meet Your Military Heckle and Jeckle Howdy Doody Cartoons Mighty Mouse Ruff and Reddy: (Col- 8:00— (4) (5) 8:30-(5) 9:00— (2) (4) (5) 9:30-(2) (4) (5) or). 10:00-(2) (4) (5) 10:30-(4) (5) (4) (5) U:30-(2) (4) (5) 12:30-(4) "Booloo 1:00— (2) (5) MiUiken's Menagerie Kartoon Karnival Fury The Lone Ranger Circus Boy Age of Comedy Sky King True Story News Roundup Joe Palooka SSPopeye Detective's Diary 11:45-01) Morning Chapel 11:50-01) News: Ken Daust Noon— (2) Movie: Don Barry: "I Shot Billy The Kid" (1950) Western. (5) St. Louis Hop (11) Movie: "Santa Fe Scouts". Tom Tyler, (1943) Western. Movie: Colin Tapley: (1938) Adventure. Auto Buyer's Guide Frontier (11) Cowboy G-Men l:30-(2) Movie: Jack OaWe, Kay Francis: "Little Men" (1940) Drama. (4) News in Review ' (5) Western Marshal (11) Jungle Jim 2:00—(4) Challenge: "Is Counseling for High School Students a Frill?" (5) Hopalong Cassidy 01) Movie: John Derek, Wanda Hendrix: ''Sea of Lost Ships" (1953) Adventure. 2:30-(4) Rebuttal 3:00— (2) Comedy Theatre (4) Movie: Craig Stevens, Faye Emerson: "Secret Enemies" (1942) Drama. (5) Movie: Dana Andrews, 1 Dean Stockwell;' "Deep Waters" (1948) Drama. < 3:30-O1) Jet Jackson 4:00-<2) Jim Bowie (4) • Final Olympic Track and Field Trials. (11) Capt. n Showboat 4:30-(2) Sweet Success Abbott 'n CosteUo Championship Bowling ••(5) 5:QO-(2) (9) Wrangler's Club (11) Three Stooges 5:15-(5) Parade of Magic 5:30-(5) Roy Rogers (U) William Tell tab four Doctor to Call Us We II PHABMAOItt'l* Vlw Proanat. 4ec«raie «wvtee. Pfesaeei. Paresi iuieks- Our new Maximum tower Include* jfOj evervMe within s raauii or Aluw-Wood Rivet) In our coverage area. It your Channel j picture I* not Ml(•factory. you'U ml** "77 8UNSBT STRIP" lonlsht. TTm 11 KTV I

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