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*Hi&AY, AUGUST »» • ALfON EVENING Majoi Group Wants LeagueAgaiti CHICAGO (AP)-Anproval of a plnn by baseball's mnjor-mlhor league executive committee to reactivate the American Association has been called damaging to baseball by a lop minor league official. "To reactivate cities in the pre- viotm American Association that have proven duds In the past does not bring stability to baseball," President Dewey Soriano of the Pacific Coast League said in Seattle when he learned of Thursday's announcement here. "Make sure you get the words 'duds' in there, because they liad several of them." "This kind of premature announcement can only do damage to baseball," he added. "If this Is the Intent ot the major league people, then they should do it with finesse." The executive committee announcement said the plan was to reorganize the American Association, which was wiped out in sweeping minor league changes last year, as a six-team league with the Pacific Coast League and Marquette Pe the International League return- prosecuted." Ing to eight-team status. Both the PCL and the IL expanded to 10 teams under last year's reorganization. Champs Try To Repeat CHICAGO (AP)— Champions in 11 of the 14 events will try to repeat their victories in a preview of America's powerful Olympic swimming forces in the National AAU Men's Swimming and Diving Championships starting today. The field of 314 swimmers and 97 divers includes five world record setters as well as 13 American record holders and five current Pan-American champions. Swimming events in the three- day meet will be in suburban Oak Park's 50-meter Ridgeland Common Pool. Diving will be today and Sunday in Chicago's Portage Park, scene of the 1959 Pan- American competition. Morning preliminaries (10 a.m. EST) and afternoon finals (4 p.m.) will be held each day. The opening program includes five metric events — the 200 backstroke, 100 butterfly, 400 freestyle, 100 breaststroke and 400 individual medley—as well as the 3- meter springboard in which Indiana's Rick Gilbert is defending champion. and Otflffoor* wifli tlnrolrt Itt'nntl Duck' nilml ttcgffttfatloti Registration for duck blinds in Pools 25 and 26 (Winfield and Alton Lakes) is set for Aug. 16, through Aug. 25 from 9 a.m. 0 6 p.m. daily at the Fish and Waterfowl Refuge building half mile east of Pere Marquetle Lodge on Rte. 100, announced ttnvo Harper, 801 Pleasant St., Jerseyvllle, an Inspector for the Illinois Conservation Department. A representative from each blind registered in 1962 must be present with the 1963 hunting licenses of all the partners or builders of the blind. Builders of the blinds who fail to register during the prescribed period will lose their blind and site. Hunters must obtain their licenses in advance as they are not sold at the refuge building. "The proposed legislation to permit hunting in some park areas failed to pass," Harper reminded. "There definitely will not be any hunting permited in Pere Marquette Park. Violators will be icuted." Door Season Reminder Harper also reminds hunters that during shotgun doer seasons Nov. 8, 9, and 10, and the second period, Nov. 29, 30 and Dec. 1, a cap, coat or vest of vivid red, yellow or orange color must be worn both by hunters and anyone accompanying the hunters in the field. Only rifled slugs in shotguns of 10, 12, JL6 or 20 gauge may be used and the shotgun must contain three shells or less. Hours are 6:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. and a deer of either sex or any age may be aken. Clark Fool Registration Registration for duck blinds in Pools 22 and 24 are set from Aug 23 through 25 Inclusive at Pike Novelty Store, five miles west oJ Atlas on U.S. 54 or at the Sid Simpson State Park, Quincy, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Wants Longer Duck Season The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service was told earlier this week >y ttcp. t, Ai Thompson, (Dem.) joulsiana, chairman of a House subcommittee, to preserve hunt- rs as well as ducks In an ef- ort to convince the Interior De- >artrnent to order a longer duck lunling season with larger bag imlts. Thompson pointed out that the' ducks have been protected but the iunter has been all-but-forgotten and consequently there has been an alarming drop In the number of duck hunters. It is time to provide sufficient encouragement ;o continue participation in t h e sport, he said. The National Waterfowl Advisory Committee, which makes recommendations to the Interior Department on what duck seasons should be set for the various flyways Is to meet in the next several days. Word of Caution Walter P. Crissoy,, director of the migratory bird populations station, reported that the number of ducks was on the upswing be- :ause the drouth in Canadian and American wet lands seems to be ending. However, he also said that the duck populations are still down and need to increase in numbers. Crissey is certain that the duck breeding population must be allowed to increase considerably if there are to be enough birds in the United States during this fall to support 2,000,000 duck hunters. The duck population in the spring of 1962 was as low as it should be allowed to go, he said. Only a moderate increase in the waterfowl populations is anticipated this year. What the Interior Department will do is only open to speculation. No duck hunter wants to see the sport ended. Many veteran duck hunters have told thjs writer that they would rather see the season remain closed completely one or more years to enable the ducks to increase. This in turn would also result in a longer season for the hunter and larger bag limit. JUNIOR BASEBALL In the eight-year-old league Thursday the (Slants fi i p p e d Northslde, 8-7, the Tigers blasted the Mustangs, 9-2, the Beavers tripped the Warriors, 12-8, and the Dodgers ripped the Pirates, 17-4. Mike Glllson hit two homers for the Giants while Robert Sisk doubled for Northside. Dan Wickenhauser fanned 16 and Davis hit a triple and single for the Tigers while Mark Case homered and doubled for the Mustangs. John Lyon tossed a three-hitter for the Beavers as Steve Vickey collected lour safeties. Dan Massalone homered for the Warriors. Mugge and Bruce Bagglo homered for the Dodgers. In the 13-il-year-old league Nortlmlde bent the Souls, 5-2, and tile Rebels walloped the Hawks, 134. Jay Barrett tripled for Northside' and Erim tripled lor the Seals, Jim Schribner slammed two homers and a double for the Rebels. HIT Oft BE HIT Clay Won't Get Chance At Listen Until 1964 WR Tennis Pairings Set For Saturday »> WOOD RIVER — Pairings for the First Annual Madison County closed tennis tournament, sponsored by the Wood River J.C.'s starting at 9 a.m. Saturday have been announced. Second round matches will start at 10 a.rn. Singles, first round: R. Selkirk vs. M. Duncan; C. Meredith vs. R. Helm; B. Shafer vs. C. Gillard; T. Henesey vs. R. Bengelj Second round singles: R. Murphy vs. A. Wallace; D. Moss vs. winner Selkirk-Duncan; D. Platt vs. winner Meredith-R. Helm; J. Helm vs. J. Graham; R. Hardy vs. winner Shafer-Gillard; C. Milford vs. winner Henesey-Bengel; W. Brink vs. C. Carr; T. Murphy vs. H. A. Walmsley. Men's doubles pairings 1 p.m.: Moss-Hardy vs. BYE; Duncan- Shortal vs. Gillard-Henesey; Murphy-Murphy vs. D. Helm-J. Helm; Bengel-Ehlert vs. Milford-Platt; Hansen-Dlppold vs. Meredith-Wailace; Neubauer-R. Helm vs. Carr- Walmsley; Graham-Dietzel vs. D, Elan-R. Cotton; Brink-Selkirk vs. Bye. Finals in men's singles will be played at 1 p.m. Sunday with doubles finals following at Wood River Memorial Stadium courts and open to the public. Numerous byes In the first round moke it possible for anyone,-wishing to enter at 9 a.m. Saturday morning to do so at courtslde. Entry fee is $2.50 singles and $2 each doubles player. By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)—If Cassius Clay could fight like he can act, brash Cash would be a 1-5 shot over heavyweight champion Sonny Liston Instead of a 5-1 underdog. That "big, ugly bear" Liston and the "prettiest, handsomest" contender Cassius Clay, as Clay himself says, won't get into the ring until some time next year, it was confirmed today. That ole debbil taxes has the two big earners stymied for 1963. Meanwhile, Cassius cut himself a record album, titled "I'm The Greatest, " and when he got back to his dressing room Thursday night his entourage assured "the greatest" that he truly was "the greatest," and "the greatest himself" agreed wholeheartedly. Actually, he wasn't bad. A'crowd of about 300 in a recording studio whooped 'it up as Cassius, clad in a firehouse red jacket, recited in rhyme the dreadful things he was going to do to that "ugly bear Liston." While the bold young knight from Louisville was slaying the dragon called Liston, his attorney tentatively agreed to send a live young knight into combat with a LAWN-BOY LAWN MOWERS COMPLETE SJSUSOWON CLARK BOAT & MOTOR 313 W. 9\> LoiU» E. Alton Edwardsville Legion Splits CANTON — The Edwardsville American Legion baseball team broke even in two games Thursday as the Illinois Legion tourney opened. In the first game, Edwardsville behind the two-hit pitching of Dave Bopp, blanked Lake Forest, 7-0, Larry Schaake had 4- for-4 in the game. Thursday night Edwards- vlllo foil victim to u two-hitter as Irish O'Reilly of Kunkakee hurled a 0-1 win. In the only other game Thursday, defending champion Gales burg was beaten by Northbrook 4-0, on a one-hitter by Jeff Brown. EdwardBviUe is not in action today, but returns Saturday at 2 p.m. to play the wnlnner of the Lake Forest-Galesburg contest. VACATION AT ECHO LAKE RANCH FUO, WEEK. W.90 ,.,., is the place ao many choose for a real vacation (In the foothills of the OzarjwS In a beautiful valley, only 19 miles from si. Louis. Fine ssnd and concrete beach for wading and swimming, new sun deoKe, diving docks, boating, fUhmg, hiking, movies, saddle hones, 1 eliutflobaard, wiener roasts, hillbilly golf and special ranch dancing. Rugged Quark country. CABIN * a poop MEAWfiAC Lots of fun for old and you WQNPERI'UL I'LACJi FOR PHIL Phone or write for Illustrated folder giving eal Liston sometime next year. This means that Cassius Marellus can't become the youngest eavyweight champion ever since e had to accomplish this feat by December to break bouncy Floyd Patterson's record. "That don't mean anything any more," retorted Cassius. "The main thing is to get the money." It appears that Cassius has spent too much time in the big city already. Gordon Davison, the bright, young lawyer for the Louisville syndicate of businessman that controls the destiny of the precocious 21-year-old boxing bard, said, "Our group has given tentative approval to a Liston fight, maybe in April." Davidson said the twain would lave met in Philadelphia this September if the Pennsylvania Commission had allowed Liston to be both a promoter, through his iirm Intercontinental Promotions, Inc., and a fighter. Little League Crown Nears DOWNERS GROVE, Hi, (AP)— Harvey American faces Prospect Heights today with the winner meeting Naperville for the State ,ittle League Baseball championship. The title game will be Saturday (5 p.m. CDT). Naperville advanced Thursday with a home run deluge that surfed Taylorville 23-5 in five innings. Nine homers were slammed. Jay Wheeler and Tom Winrow each hit two homers, including one gland-slammer apiece. Larry Dietrich also banged two lomers, one good for three runs. The state champion will qualify for the regional tournament in Canton, Ohio, Aug. 15-17. That winner will go to the Little League World Series in Wlliianisport, Pa,, beginning Aug. 19. MINOR LEAGUES By THK ASSOCIATED PUE8S International League Jacksonville 2, Arkansas 1 Buffalo 11, Syracuse 7 Indianapolis 5, Rochester 1 Atlanta 3, Richmond 1 Toronto 6, Columbus 4 I'aclflo Coast Lwgue OWa. City 6-3, Denver 5-7 , Spokane 10, Tacoma 8 (12 in* •lings), Dallas-Fort Worth at Salt rain " Only games scheduled 3 D»yi All- MO 60 expense vacation rates, information or reser- K/neiue III vet "> n » lg st - Lc "»'» W ?«» WASHIfiaTQN (9) J *ftt to St. ?«» WA8HII)IOTQN (9) PINE FOR A FAMILY PICNIC OR SWIM DATE Drive out «| try A coippi «nd'«»ujul , H?»W pj »wm tgwrrtfj M "mwOngMwft lor weofrwdi phone rancn. ss»e* e-siw. *wep 1911 90. 3-M7S •Jr In the 9-10-year-old league the Hornets lambasted the Bears, 24-2, Northside whipped the Hawks, 11-1, the Yankees handed the Foxes a 9-4, setback, the BeaVers trimmed the Reds, 8-4, the Hurricanes slipped past the Cubs, 2-1, the Athletics blanked the Cardinals, 7-0, the Eagles pounded the Flyers, 10-3, the Falcons punched the Tigers,, 8-2, and the Lions defeated the Bandits, 8-3. Steve Gleghorn was the winning pitcher for the Hornets and blasted three triples, a dougle and single. Gary Spririgman homered tor Northside as Jim Clark doubled for the Hawks. Coles homered and trplled for the Yankees while Fred Mackelden homered, doubled and singled for the Foxes. Tom Schenk homered and singled for the Beavers. Tom Coles fired a no-hitter for the Hurricanes while Conley and R. Gorken got two hits apiece. Doug Rodenhauser pitched a one- hitter for the Athletics as Walt Sheumaker tripled and doubled. John Yost doubled and singled for the Eagles while John Laughlin doubled for the Flyers. Dennis Parker tripled for the Falcons. Chris Wickenhauser tripled, doubled and singled for the Lions while Joe Terpening homered for the Bandits. In the U-12-yeor-old league the Yankees clipped the Tigers, 9-1, the Wildcats topped the Cardinals, 4-2, and the Bears whitewashed the Blue- jays, 17-0. Dan Rain fanned 10 and Carl Slagely homered for the Yanks while Siemer got two hits for the Tigers. Dennis Alford banged two doubles for the Wildcats and Mike Stauder one. Mike Crivello fired the shutout for the Bears while Larry Cornell lashed two triples and a single. Friday Evening TV Digest „-*,„ , <tt) 4 »«!*«« ftlEPBAt KlVt (ABO) 2, KfaOX (OB8) 4, 8, KPLBll 6:00-2 4 5 News 11 Three Stooges (R) fi:10-4 5 Weather 6:15—2 City Camera & Weather 4 News: Cronldte 5 Huntley-Brinkley 11 Rocky & His Friend* 6:30—2 The Cheyenne Show (R) 4 Rawhide (R) 5 International Showtime (R) U People Are Funny 7:00—11 Best of Groucho (R) 7:30—2 I'm Dickens—(R) 4 Route 66 (R) 5 Sing With Mitch (R) 9 P.S. 4 11 High Road to Danger 8i 00—2 I'm Dickens 9 What's New? U I Search 'or Adventure 8:30-2 77 Sunset Strip 4 Alfred Hitchcock (R) 5 Price Is Right 9 Book House 11 Jeff's Collie (R) 8:45—9 Book Review U Movie -"Relentless" (1948) Robert Young, Marguerite Chapman 9:00—5 Jack Paar ( Moana 9:36*-2 the Third MAM 4 Portrait (Seiidfl miere) 0:00—4 5 News 0:10-4 5 Weather 0:15—5 'Johnny Carson 10:30—4 Movie —"Arabian Nights" (1942) Sabu, Marl« Montez, Jon Hall, Lell Erlo son 10:55-11 Movie - "King of the Newsboys" (1938) Lew Ayten, Helen Mach, Allsson Shipworth 11:45—2 Movie — "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon" (1949) John Wayne, John Agar, Joanne Dru 12:00—2 Steve Allen 12:10-4 Movie — "Too Hot to Handle" (1938) Clark Gable, Myrna Loy, Walter Pidgeoti 12:30-5 11 News 12:35—5 Almanac 12:40—5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion 1:30—2 News & Sports 1:35—2 Mahalia Jackson 2:10-^1 News & Religion Saturday Daytime, Aug. 10 UPSTREAM CAST FOR BAIT FISHING S-\9 A BAITED HOOK HAS A BETTER CHANCE. OF SINKING AND BEING PRESENTED TO THE FISH IN A NATURAL MANNER IF IT IS CAST UPSTREAM. CHANCE OF SNAGGING 18 REDUCED IF SINKERS ARE NOT USED—THIS BAIT MUST BE HEAVV ENOUGH TO CAST. CAST. IT SEVERAL FEET UPSTREAM SO DRIFT WILL TAKE U TO DESIRED SPOT. REEL IN SLACK LINE AS DRIFT PROCEEDS. STRIKE WHEN LINE PAUSES. Two Left in Western Open ROCKFORD, HI. (AP) — Janis Ferraris of San Francisco and Roberta Albers, Temple Terrace, Fla.—both 16-year-old high school juniors — meet in an 18 hole match today for the Western Junior Girls Golf Championships. The last time they played each other, Miss Ferraris scored a 4 and 3 victory in the quarter-finals of the 1962 national junior. The San Francisco champion gained the finals Thursday at the Rockford Country Club by defeating Terry Marinearo, Fresno, Calif., 1-up in the morning quarter-finals, then taking medalist Peggy Shane Conley, Spokane, Wash., 1-up. Miss Albers, a quarter-finalist last year, defeated Susan Cohen, Flossmoor, 111,, 5 and 4, then eliminated Joyce Kazmiersto of Detroit 2-up. Bowling Men Bauser 189, Figge 208, 183 (545) Meszaros 185, Heafher 180. Women — Ferguson 203 (523); Martin 182, Blevins 180, Warner 185, Leonberger 167. BASEBALL HEROES BOWL ARENA Thurs. Mixed - Lahr 182, 199 (539); MANY USKP BOATS. I MOTORS Comply $EQE and Outfit! 399 up HAROLD'S PLACE 131 1? Forguion, WOQt) River By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BATTING — Ron Santo, Cubs, homered in fifth inning to tie score, then hit 20th homer in IQth inning for 5-4 victory ovev National League-leading Los Angeles that ended Chicago's losing streak at four games. piTCHING-Dick Donovan, Indians, shut out Baltimore 2.Q on three hits, allowing only one man to reach second base, MIDWEST LEAGUE By THU ASSOCIATED PRESS Wisconsin Rapids 1, Quincy 5 Burlington 3, Clinton 2 Waterloo 2, Dubuque 0 Fox Cities 12, Decatur 6 Quad Cities 9, Cedar Rapids 3 (10 innings) er* Edward Day Resigns As Postmaster WASHINGTON (AP) - J. Edward Day steps out of political life today after 2Ya years as postmaster general. On his last-day on the job there wasn't even a promising rumor 'afloat as to who will succeed him. Informed sources said President Kennedy hasn't decided on a successor. Speculation arose that the new postmaster general might be a Negro—first ever to hold a Cabinet post. When Kennedy took office he first offered the job to Negro Rep. William L. Dawson, D-I11., but Dawson turned it down. The President is known to want to put a Negro in his Cabinet before leaving office. He had earmarked Robert C. Weaver, housing administrator, for the Cabinet, but that plan fell through when Congress refused to create a Cabinet- level department of urban affairs. Day is leaving the $25,000-a-year job for a lucrative practice of law in Washington. Sunday Final Day For Golf Qualifiers Sunday is ^he last day which entrants may qualify for the City Match Play Golf Tournament at Rock Spring Golf Course. Entry fee is $4. Anyone interested in playing must qualify no later than Sunday. An IS-hole qualifying round is necessary. Stasiak Named Coach DETROIT (AP)-Vic Stasiuk, 13-year veteran of the National Hockey League, was named player-coach of the Pittsburgh Hornets of the American Hockey League Thursday. FIGHT RESULTS By THIS ASSOCIATED PRESS MIAMI, Fla,—Tony Mammeral- li, 131%, Pittsburgh, stopped Sandy Seabrook, 134, Jacksonville, Fla,, 7. Revising Bid For Control Of Projects WASHINGTON (AP) — The Kennedy administration is revising its request for authority to deny federal funds to states for programs administered in a discriminatory mannez-. It reportedly would make such denials subject to court review. A Senate source said today that something along this line is being explored. Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy, who first disclosed that a revision of some kind is in consideration, was scheduled today for an eighth round of questioning before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the administration's civil rights program, but the session was canceled. Kennedy made arrangements Thursday night to postpone his appearance and flew to the family home at Hyannis Port, Mass, upon learning that his new-born nephew was seriously ill. The baby, son of President Kennedy died early today. Kennedy told the committee Thursday that "we are working on some new language" for this part of the bill, but he said tha before disclosing it he wanted t< consult with Senate-House spon sors of the legislation. KeiT to Seek Nomination For Auditor MATTOON, 111. (AP) — Stab Sen. Gordon E. Kerr says a neec for his native Southern Illinois t become more involved in state government prompts him to an nounced his candidacy for stat auditor. Kerr, a Brookport Republican told newsmen of his intention during a Coles County republican picnic Thursday night. About 550 persons attended t( hear two GOP candidates for governor, Hayes Robertson, Cook County GOP chairman, and Charles H, Percy, Chicago busi nessman. Kerr, a senator since 1958, said Southern Illinois needs to be rep resented better in government and should begin by involving it self more hi politics. SPORTSMAN* ADD INTEREST TO STREAMERS DROPPER NYMPH STREAMER TREK COUNTING FLORENCE, Italy UP) - A special office has been opened In Florence's ancient city hall tor a census of the city's trees. Officials want a trunk-by-trunk count to show how raany'trees the city has, and what kinds. It Is part of a campaign to prevent destruction of Florence's green' IF FISH PISRE3ARP A CORRECTLY TROUUEP STREAMER OR BOCK- TAIL, ADD A SHORT DROPPER TO XOUR LEAPS* AND TIE ON A NWPH OR WBT FLV SO VT MOVES OUST AHEAP OP STREAMER, ADPINQ TO ITS INTEREST. TROLL IT IN SHORT SPURTS TO IMITATE A MINNOW CHASING AN INSECT, A TINY S1NSUE-OR PQUBLB- BLApep INDIANA SPINNER, TIED 8* TO JO" ABOVE 8TRBA/W ER, 13 U8EP THE 8AMB WAY. COLORFUL SALMON ANO STEEL- HEAP PATTERNS ARB 600P FOB ALL QAWS FISH. TRY THEM FOR MORIS VAWBTY IF USUAL STREAMERS FAIL, Cooler Weather On Way By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Illinois got the moist heat treat- lent today—increasing humidity nd scattered showers along with nother 90-degree afternoon. Today's light showers, mostly the northern half of the state, ere forerunners of more general lunderstorms forecast for to- ight. The Weather Bureau said cool front will be reaching orthwestern Illinois during the ight. The extended forecast indicates change of weather for the cool- r. Temperatures in the next five ays are expected to average 3 6 degrees below the normal 82 o 92 highs and 61 to 70 lows. Temperatures ran up to 90 or :igher Thursday in about the outhern half of the state and along the Mississippi River clear o Dubuque. The peaks included 8 at Quincy,96 at St. Louis and 95 at Vandalia. Chicago's Lake Michigan waterfront was 20 degrees cooler at 76. Rantoul was the only Illinois veather station reporting rain in :he last 24 hours. It measured .01 of an inch. Rockford Paper Offers Reward In Murder Case ROCKFORD, 111. (AP) — The Rockford Register-Republic and the Rockford Morning Star have offered a $5,000 reward for information leading to solution of two slayings which took place a year ago. The battered and shot body of Octavioa (Chico) Martinez, 32, a furniture finisher, was found Aug. 8, 1962, near a country road south of Rockford. A week later, the body of a woman acquaintance of Martinez, Ann Bergman, 18, who was reported missing the day Martinez' )ody was discovered, was found iear Byron, 111. Law enforcement agencies in- 'estigating the killings had been consulted and had encouraged the offer of a reward, E. Kenneth Todd, publisher of the newspapers, said. Todd said that authorities have nformed the newspapers ".... that they are on the brink of solu- ion of the crimes and that one tip might provide the information that could bring about that solution." Hepatitis Breaks Out At Reserve Camp CAMP GRAYLING, Mich. (AP) — A mess officer came down with irifectous hepatitis and nearly 500 members of the Ohio National Guard had their training disrupted Thursday. But medical officials assured there was little chance of an epidemic, and the battalion involved was back in business after a short break. Medics evacuated and quarantined the field area the battalion had occupied. Gamma globulin was given everyone who had come in contact with the sick man. 9:00—2 Crusader Rabbit 4 Alvin 5 Shari Lewis 9:30—2 Casper & Co. 4 Might Mouse (R) 5 King Leonardo 10:00—2 Cartoonies 4 Rin Tin Tin (R) 5 Fury 10:30—2 Beany & Cecil 4 Roy Rogers (R) 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 11:00—2 Bugs Bunny 4 Sky King (R) 5 Mr. Wizard 11:30—2 Allakazam 5:45—4 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News 8:00—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Landscaping Your Home 5 Modern Farming 7:30—4 Cartoon Corner 5 Ruff 'n Reddv 7:45—2 Mahalia Jackson 7:50—2 Farm Report 7:55—2 News Break 8:00—2 Spotlight on KETC 4 Capt. Kangaroo 5 Corky the Clown 4 Friendship Show 5 Lone Ranger (R) Noon—2 My Friend Flicka (R) 4 Movie — "Espionage Agent" (1939) Joel McCrea Brenda Marshall 5 St. Louis Hop 11 Modern Almanac 5:30—2 Brave Eagle (R) 11 Education 1:00—2 Highway Patrol (R) 5 Joe Garagiola 11 Newsreels 1:15—5 Dugout Show 1:25—5 Baseball, Cards vs. Milwaukee 1:30—2 Waterfront (R) 4 Ch. 4 Views the Press 11 Foreign Legionaire 1:45—4 News: Carmlchael 3:00—2 Peter Gunn (R) 4 Freedom on Trial 11 Suspense The&ter 2:30—2 Movie — "War of the Wildcats" (1943) John Wayne, Martha Scott 4 Challenge 3:00—4 Close-Up 3:15-11 Movie — "See Frl., 11:55 p.m., Ch. U 3:30—4 Repertoire Workshop 4:00—2 Wide World of Sports 4 SS Popeye 4:05—5 Hopalong Cassidy 5 Scoreboard, J. Gross 4:30—4 Movie — "Caribbean" (1952) John Payne, Arlene Dalil, Cedrick Hardwicke 4:45—5 Hopalong Cassidy (R) U Shirley Temple Theater 5:00—2 Strike It Lucky 5 Wrestling U. S.y Hungary Likely to Resume Ties She Hutcs VIENNA —A young Austrian dancer who resembles Brlgltte Barciot has complained to the police about autograph seekers. CAIRO — An obsolete Egyption ilway bridge will be demolish- to make way fov a new one. WASHINGTON (AP) — There is a firm belief in diplomatic circles that the United States and Communist Hungary will resume full diplomatic relations, probably by the end of this summer. The belief persists despite State Department denials. Relations between the two sank to a low point in 1956 after Russian troops crushed the Hungarian revolt. The American minister, Edward T. Wailes, refused to present his credentials to the Russian-backed government. Since then, a charge d'affairs has headed the U.S. legation, a sign of tense diplomatic relations. Gas Overcomes Hundreds in Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Hundreds of residents in the northeast section of the city were hospitalized today by a reported leakage from a chlorine gas tank, police reported. The tank is believed to be in a chemical plant, Although details were not Immediately available early reports indicated many persons were taken to two hospitals. The area is both residential and industrial. Rosemary Clooney, Husband Reunited CINCINNATI (AP) — It's a weekend reunion in Cincinnati for singer Rosemary Clooney, her husband, actor Jose Ferrer their five youngsters and Mis: Clooney's family and friends. Miss Clooney and Ferrer tolc newsmen they had quietly reconciled and canceled their California divorce decree several months ago—a few days before it was to become final. Workers Picket Two Illinois Schools HARRISBURG, 111. (AP) - A picket line of custodial workers paraded in front of Harrisburg High School and Southeastern 111) nois Junior College for the thin day. The workers recently joined Carlwndule local of the Building & Services Employe, said they have noli bargaining recogtUtl Union, bu sen grantee Carl Reiner Settles Toupe Issue By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television-Radio Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP)-High level discussions have been concluded and the off-again, on-again status of Carl Reiner's rug has finally been resolved. Reiner, after many and profitable seasons as a thick-thatched television comedian, created the 'Dick Van Dyke Show" a couple of years back and became its producer. At that time, he asserted with considerable relief, that he )lanned to put his rug—or toupee —into mothballs, once retired be- lind the cameras. The announcement proved as wemature as Reiner's baldness, Recently viewers have been see- ng a lot of him—with his sparse head covering revealed — as a guest star on the Steve Allen, Johnny Carson and Art Linkletter shows. Then, without warning he's urned up with a full, lovely head of hair in commercials plugging a motion picture lie wrote. Reiner, in addition to his other :alenls, shares with Bing Crosby the distinction of being forthright about his thinning locks, Seated comfortably in his office on the lot where the series is again in production, Reiner e x- plained his problem: "I'd just as soon leave the thing off all the time," he said, "but I keep being asked to use it, by the producer of a movie or by a sponsor. So we finally sat down for a high-level talk: My wife and my best friends, Martin Landau and his wife. "We decided henceforth to treat each appearance individually and on the requirements of each job. For instance, I won't wear it to openings, but I might wear It for a—say—Steve Alien appearance." The Van Dyke Show production now is proceeding smoothly into its third season. The comedy series follows "Beverly Hillbillies" on Wednesday nights and starting in September, the two rival networks have aimed two of their biggest guns on the hour in an effort to knock out these two very popular shows. The CBS pair will be up against ABC's "Ben Casey" «n4 NBC's new "Espionage" aeries, tough competition. RCA WHIRLPOOL AIR CONDITIONERS iw4 MARTIN

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