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& r* * SATUrtDAY, AUGUST 10, ^!ia^^ J ..^^a^.^^^ .^.•;,^^L J a^^.^^^^--:>^-5- : |-f ----^— ..v,V./.-.'^-..--^-;:" J --'-' i '- w -'^"-^" Mi ^ iif *- fciVI (AMC) «, KMO.X (l US) 4, ttftli (Ml(;) A, M.HJ If Saturday Evening TV Digest ..^....!^.. The Big I Death Valley fay* Country Show KMOX-tV BdlbHrtl Gallant Men (R) (ft) Sam Benedict (ft) Hootenanny The Defenders (R) Joey Bishop (R) Riverboat Lawrence Welk Movie — "Niagara" Marilyn Monroe, Jo- Gotten, Jean Peters 8:30-4 Have Outi - Will It-fix'- el (K) 1] Wrestling 9i80*-2 Fight of the Week 4 Gunsmoke (R) 9:45^-2 Make that Spafe OiOflM Movie "Queeli Of Outer Space" (1058) 2sa 2sa Gabor, Eric Fleming 4 5 News 11 Alt Star Bowling 10:05-5 Weather 10:10—4 Weather 5 Movie — "Kid for Two Farthings" (1958) Diana Dors, Celia Johnson, David Kossoff, Archer Welleley 10:15-4 Movie - "Human Begirt?" (1945) Gientl Ford, Gloria Grfthame 11:00-11 ChuCk Norman's Patty 11:30-2 Movie - "Yollow Sky!' .(1948) Gregory Peck, An" Me Baxter I2:OOM Frahkly Speaking 11 News 12:40—5 Movie — "Thunderstorm" (.1950 Linda Christian, Carlos Thompson, Gary Thorne, Charles KOrvln ii 00-^2 News & Sports 1:05—2 Mflhalla Jackson 1:30-4 News 6 Religion 2:10-5 Weather R Denotes REPEAT PROGRAM Sunday, Aug. 11 ARCHERY WINNERS Here are the winners of the archery and Dave Kincade. Standing in the tournament sponsored by the Alton rear is Janet McBrien, who taught the Park and Recreation Department this youngsters the fundamentals of the week. From left to right, Dave Wester- sports.—Don Haves uhoto. hold, Paul Hellrung, Bobby Kincade Midwest Golf Indianapolis Team Meet Beains ^ . * ' ' Dominates 1 ankers CHICAGO (AP)-Twenty plaj ers tee ''off today in the fina round of the 36th annual Midwe; Amateur Golf Tournament. Joe Mcbennott of suburba Palos Park moved into the fin; round after recording his secon straight one-under-par 71 Frida to put his 54-hole 'total at par 216 McDermott, a sophomore at th University of New Mexico, ha welded a ton-id putter. He ha taken only 60 putts on the last 3 holes, 12 under the regulation put ting par. The 22-year-old native o Ireland has accumulated one ea gle and 11 birdies in the firs three rounds, giving him a com manding lead over second place Larry Madison of Chicago, who has a 222. Jim Urban of Chicago, a 16- year-old high school student, is third with 224 and Harry Mussatto, golf coach at Western Illinois University, is fourth with 225. Top Drivers At State Fair SPRINGFIELD — Twenty six of the nation's outstanding stock car drivers, including several top Indianapolis 500 pilots, are already entered in the Aug. 25 late model 100-mile Stock Car Race at the Illinois State Fairgrounds track. Jim Kidd, who is in charge of the race and who is the superintendent of the fair speed programs, said this year's "stock car race may be the best of any 100-miler ever run at the Illinois State Fairgrounds track," after looking over his early entry list today. Another 10 or 12 cars will be in the field by next week, Kidd explained. United Slate Auto Club officials iiope to start "not more than 30 cars" if possible. Tickets for the race are on sale at the State Fair Ticket office in the grandstand at the fairgrounds, Kidd said. Reserved seats are $3 and boxes $4. Illinois Team Still Unbeaten BURLINGTON, Iowa (AP) Marion, 111., emerged as the only undefeated team in the Colt League Regional Baseball Tournament here Friday night. Marion plays Davenport, once beaten in the double elimination tournament, for the championship today. If Davenport wins, a second game will be played. Favored Marion shut out Denver, Colo., 7-0 in a second-round game on Jerry Boner's two-hitter. Ray Fosse's triple in the two-run TENNIS WINNERS Here are the winners of the tennis left to right, Jane Van Hook, Marilyn tournament. From left to right, front Morrissey, Charles Fleming, Sandy row, Barbara Wingerter, Lynn Ray- Lagemann, Randy Tovo and Janet Mc- born, Reed Yenny, Marcia Oulson, Pat Brien, instructor—Don Hayes photo. Fleming and Pat Morrissey. Back row, '• Archery, Net Tournaments Come to End By CHAKLISS CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP)-"People thin we should set a record every tim we get our feet wet, but I thin it's a good thing we aren't." That's the view of Jim Counsi man, veteran' Indiana Universitj swimming coach whose squad representing the Indianapolis-A.C is powering its way to the tean title of the National AAU Outdoor Men's Swimming and Diving Championships. Conspicuous by their absence are records in the meet, which opened in the new 50-meter Ridge- and Common pool at suburban Oak Park Friday. After five swimming events out f 14 to be contested in the three- ay affair, the only record of orts was by 17-year-old Don chollander of the Santa Clara, alif., Swim Club. He churned the 400-meter free- yle in 4:17.7, compared to the 17.2 meet record set last year y Australia's Murray Rose. Schollander's effort goes into ic AAU books as an American tizen's mark, topping the pre- ous such listing of 4:19.2 by Inana's Alan Somers in the 1960 lympics at Rome. Schollander is featured in to- ay's schedule of five events. He ill try for an AAU mark in the 200-meter freestyle as defending champion. "This pool is only three feet deep at the shallow end and hinders the turns," said Counsilman in explaining lack of the usual speed in such a meet. "But maybe it's a good thing not to have records. It shows how hard they are to achieve. So many of them are usually set, people get blase about them." Counsilman's Hoosiers's compiled 49 J ,i> points to 9% for second- place Vesper Boat Club of Philadelphia in an overwhelming shot at the team crown. The biggest disappointment, lowever, was the failure of the foosiers' world record-holder, Cliet Jastremski, even to qualify or the 100-meter breaststroke, von by 18-year-old Bill Craig, jouthern California freshman, in :10.2. 'JThe Jet," whose world lark is'1:07.5, offered no alibi. Other winners included Walt lichardson, 20-year-old math ma- or at the University of Minneota, with :58.S in the 100-meter utlerfly; defending AAU and r orld champion Tom Stock, Indianapolis A.C., with 2:12.4 in the 00-meter backstroke; and anoth- e Hoosier world record-setter, defending titlist Ted Stickles, with 4:55.0 in the 400-meter individual medlye. Rain Doctors Take t Over Fight Light Friday ended the seven weeks of archery and tennis instructions sponsored by the Alton Park and Recreation Commission and taught by Janet McBrien. 4 Tournaments were held in both sports during the final Week. In the boys' 13-15 age group, Randy Tovo beat Pat Fleming, 6-1; in the 11-12 Pat Morrissey beat Mark Jehle, 6-3, and in the 8-10 group Charles Fleming defeated Reed Yenny, 4-0. In the girls division, Jane Van Hook beat Barbara Wingerter, 6-1, in the 13-15 age group; Sandy Lagermann defeated Marcia Oulson, 4-2, in the 11-12 group and Marilyn Morrissey defeated Lynn Rayborn, 4-1, in the 8-10 age group. The sets were shortened according to age groups. In 'the archery tournament, held for both age groups, the 810-year-olds shot four rounds of six arrows at 15 yards. The highest score was shot by Dave Kincade with a 150. Second went and Outdoors with Harold Brand "iy KEN WHITING IBADAN, Nigeria (AP) — Now fifth was the big blow for the winners. Davenport scored five runs in the first inning to eliminate Burlington 6-0, and then came from behind in the seventh inning to oust Denver 6-5. Dick Egan, Detroit rookie southpaw, appeared as a relief pitcher in 14 of the Tigers' first 37 games this season. Wightman Action Opens CLEVELAND (AP)—The United States' and Great Britain squared off today in the 35th battle foi the prized silver Wightman Cup, emblem of supremacy in women's tennis. The U.S. rates a slight favorite to retain the cup it has won 28 times, including last year's 4-; victory at Wimbledon. Familiarity with the clay courts at the Cleveland Skating Club was cited as a favoring factor for the American women, who haven* lost the cup on their soil since 1925. Great Britain has won six times. The first three matches — two singles and a doubles — svill be played today. Three singles and a doubles match Sunday will com plete the competition. All the power swings on the first day as the No. 1 and No. 2 players face each other. Top ranked Darlene Hard of Los An geles and Ann Haydon Jones meei in the first singles. Then Billie Jean Moifitt o Long Beach, Calif., goes agains Christine Truman, A half hour aft er this test of No, 2 players, Miss es Hard and Moffitt will team up in a doubles match against Mrs Jones and Miss Truman. THERE'S MORE OF EVERYTHING Downtown Alton DOWNTOWN ALTONJnc. MORE STORES MORE SELECTIONS MORE PRJGE RANQES f it's all up to the rain doctors. Final preparations for the Dick Tiger-Gene Fullmer world middleweight title fight have been completed. Except, of course, for the rain doctors, who may or may not qualify as official. The fight, the third between champion Tiger and former champion Fullmer, is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. tonight, or 1:30 p.m., EST, in Liberty Stadium, an open-air field usually used for soccer matches. About the only thing that could hold it up is rain. And this is where the rain doctors come in. The rainy season is on the wane in this city of 750,000, but drenching showers still are a daily occurrence. Cliief Joseph Modupe Johson, Cabinet minister for labor and sports, has hired a couple of rain doctors lo chase away any clouds. This, he said, is just to reassure any potential customers who may still believe in such mum bo-jumbo. The fight, twice postponed already, is scheduled for 15 rounds. British referee Dick Hart will be the only official. Tiger, who lifted the crown from Fullmer on points in San Francisco, Oct. 23, 1962 ranks as a top- heavy favorite. The two fought to a draw in Las Vegas Feb. 23 In their second meeting, Tiger retaining his title. Tiger is 33, Fullmer 32. They nve well-matched physically, although Tiger has a two-inch reach advantage over Fullmer, who nor mally fights a crowding, punish ing style aimed at getting inside his opponent's guard. Tiger has a 47-12-3 record with 21 knockouts. Fullmer of Wesl Jordan, Utah, has a 55-5-3 mark with 24 knockouts. A crowd of about 45,000 is expected—barring rain. Bowling BOWL INN Mi-\ed League Men: B. Tolley 230. Friday Men Courtriglit 210, Judd 207, Brand- •tetter 211, Sayior 223, 202, Smith M, Swlteer m. to Bobby Kincade with 108. In the 11 and up group, 24 arrows were shot at .15 yards and 24 at 20 yards. In first place with a score of 309 was Dave Westerhold and in second place was Paul Hellrung with 245. Outstaters Capture Titles RIVER FOREST, 111. (AP) Tom Karp, Los Angeles, and Jackie Mueller, Mequon, Wis., won singles championships Friday in the 26th annual River Forest Junior Open Tennis Tournament. Darp defeated Dean Penaro, Stockton, Calif., in the boys' 18- and-under division, 6-3, 6-4, while Miss Mueller upset top-seeded Connie Szkil, Detroit, 6-2, 6-2, in girls' competition. Dan Bleckinger, Oshkosh, Wis., won the boys' 16-and-under title with a 6-3, 6-3 victory over George Taylor, Houston, and the girls' 16-and-under crown went to Pam Goetz, Middletown, Ohio, who upset Ann Kernwein, Rockford, 111., 6-1, 7-5. Suzi Beman, Northfield, 111., and Kathy Barth, Lake Forest, 111., teamed up to win the girls' doubles championship with a 10-8, 5-7, 6-4, triumph over Penny Carver, Toledo, Ohio, and Barbara Barney, Wauwatosa, Wis. Griffith Goes AgainstMims SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. (AP) — Welterweight champion Emile Griffith, only 24, is a 2-1 favorite over veteran middleweight Holly Minis, 34, of Washington, for their television, non- title 10-rounder at Convention Hall tonight. ABC-TV will beam the fight nationally, starting at 9 pm., EST. In case you're wondering why they are fighting in this august horse racing center, the answer Is that the fisticuffing is part of Saratoga's thoroughbred racing centennial celebration, Both fighters have been warned not to get too racing conscious and that the rule against putting horseshoes In gloves still holds. With or without horseshoes, the Set Boat Record Over Land Talk about a'boat coming t a grinding halt. Turner Heater Cedar Drive, Godfrey, is an ex pert on the subject. One evening last week about 9 p.m Turner, his wife, and Mrs. Jja cflle Butler and her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Charles Bazzell, 711 Royal St. were coming downstream on the Mississippi a few miles up stream from, Graf ton in Tunr er's inboard-outboard 100-h.p runabout. Turner \vas going by the lighted navigation aids on buoyi and landmakers and traveling at a high rate of speed. He passed one buoy on which he said the light had been extinguished and ran up onto a sandbar 84 feet from the water's edge. And right into nomination to the Boners Club. Turner was sj startled that he forgot to shir 1 , off the motor as '1?° climbed out of the boat in the darkness and walked completely around it. His wife finally made him aware that the motor was still running., Turner was able to signal five other men in passing boats to help him and his crew. It took more than two hours to work the boat back to the water and it was close to 2 a.m. when Turner and his passengers returned home. Turner's consolation is that he has one of the cleanest boat bottoms on the water. Glad He Was Asked That sprinkling system on a barge you saw on the front page of the evening Telegraph was built Thursday by Bed O'FIaherty to assist in watering down the dust on the new section of McAdams Highway because watering trucks were unable to handle the situation. O'FIaherty wondered what the many persons thought who saw the sprinkler system being tested earlier this week. He was glad that someone finally asked so they wouldn't think it was a daffy idea. But O'FIaherty did tell some who asked that he was going to use.the sprinkler to wash -willow bugs off McAdams Highway and others that he was going to use it to prevent forest fires by sprinkling the highway to extinguish- cigarettes. Duiiker Club Candidate Bob Swiatck of the Alton Motorboat Club reversed the usual procedure of wearing swim trunks one evening last week. He. was dressed up and unintentionally walked off the docks into the harbor then had to change into his swim trunks o go home. Loud Address System While riding in our boat on Alton Lake with our family 'hursday afternoon, Russell Eisner and Bob Metzger came up be- 'iind unknown to us in their fast unabout and made such loud and silly noises on a loud speak- r system we thought our boat ngine was ready to blow up. he same noise startled a water kier nearby causing him to all. He shouted: Smart Aleck! o Eisner and Metzger. We were o relieved that it wasn't our motor going Whoo-eee.eee that •e forgave them. Giant Fish Fry Talk about a big fish fry. A otal of 137 persons including uests were fed fish on Scotch immy Island Sunday by a roup of cabin owners there, 'hey use a Coleman camp stove nd had to fill it three times, /lore than 60 pounds of carp nd buffalo was served. The cabin owners included ohn Markham, Charles Slimick nd guests Mr. and -Mrs. John llderman and family of Charleson, W. Virginia, Bob Miles and !apt. Bill Peterson of the Alon Police Department. The sh were taken in two basket raps and a hoop net. The chefs were Petersen, and Markharn. Most of ie cabin owners aforemention- d are on vacation. Tonight the roup has scheduled two bands o play for a dance on the island celebrate John Markham's 7:45-4 8:00—4 5 8:20-2 8:25-2 7s 0»—4 Religion & News 7:15-4 Big Picture Christophers Camera Three Film Mahalia Jackson News Break 3:30—2 Religious Reporter 4 Faith of Our Fathers b Hour c' St. Francis 8:45-2 Faith for Today 11 Newsreels 0:00—4 Lamp Unto My Feet 5 Metropolitan Church 11 Gospel Time 9:15—2 Message of Rabbi 9:30—2 Fisher Family 4 Look Up & Live 5 This is the Life 11 Revival Hour 10:00—2 Herald of Truth 4 Montage 5 Catholic Hour 11 Frontiers of Science 10:30—2 The Answer 4 Way of Life 5 Industry on Parade 11 Herald of Truth 10:45—5 Americans 11:00—2 Catholic Mass 4 Insight ' 5 See Sat., 10:10 p.m. Ch. .5 11 News In Review 11:30—2 Sacred Heart 4 Washington Report 11 For Your Information 11:45-2 Ask a Priest Noon—2 Viewpoint 4 Movie - "Gaslight" (1944) Charles Boyer, Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotton 11 Oral Roberts 12:30-2 Pro & Con 11 Rev. Boeney 1:00—2 News Spotlight 5 Joe Garagiola 1:15—5 Dugout Time 1:25—5 Baseball (Cards vs. Milwaukee) 11 Report: Cunningham 1:30—2 Issues & Answers 4 Eye on St. Louis 11 Church of Christ 2:00—2 Movie — "We Are All Murderers" (1957) Marcel Monloudji, Vyonne Sanson 4 International Hour 11 Jet Jackson 2:30—11 All Star Bowling 3:00—4 Communism: Myth vs. Reality 3:30—2 Take Two 4 Space: The New Ocean 11 Conte Presents PROGRAM Monday Daytime, Aug. 12 5:45—4 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News: Tom Brooks 6:00—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Morning Scene 5 Today: Hugh Downs 7:30—4 News: Carmichael 7:40—4 World of Mr. Zoom 8:00—2 Mahalia Jackson 4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:05—2 Farm Report 8:10—2 News 8:15—2 Meet Your Military 8:30-2 Medical Profile .8:45—2 Cartoons 9:00—4 Calendar Say When and Mrs. Glen Coley's birthday 'ho also has a cabin there. White Sox Efforts Seemingly Futile muscular king of the 147-pounders figures to have too much zip for the aging, onetime middleweight contender. Griffith, now in his third reign as ruler of the welters—and he's only a baby—has a 36-4 record. Mims, who is rated just an "opponent" these flays, is 57-23-6. Hal Woodeshick, Houston southpaw, says he picked up his slider while playing catch on the sidelines with Rusty Staub, rookie baseman with the : ..... CoUf. CHICAGO (AP)—Win, lose draw, the Chicago White Sox sin ply can't gain any ground on th league-leading New York Yan kees. For example, the Sox won 1 and lost 6 on their recent roa trip but returned eight games be hind the Yankees, The White Sox .battled hare against the Detroit Tigers Frida night and managed to split a dou bleheader, winning the first gam 2-1 and popping the .nightcap, 3-1 in 10 innings,- .3 But those-Yankees squeezed ou a 1-0 victory over Los Angele and the Spx dropped to 8V» game behind, the perennial champions Cam Can-eon's hitting and ex cellent relief pitching by Eddie Fisher enabled the Sox to win the opener but Detroit broke up the second game in the lOtli inning on a two-out hit by Bubba Phillips to gain a split. The Sox were to send Ray Her- «rt against Bill Faul today and the two teams will wind up their five-game series Sunday with § doubleheader. Rocky Colavito hit a home In each game for the Tigers and the Sox managed to tie the second game in the sixth Inning on daring base running by Mikj Hershberger who scored, fr frit on a sin$!e by, Jin? The Chicago Cubs missed a great chance on gaining in the National League race when they were victimized by Jim Hickman's grand-slam home run in the bottom of the ninth to give the New York Mets a 7-3 victory. Home runs by Lou Brock and Andre Rodgers and a triple by Billy Williams followed by Ron Santo's sacrifice fly In the eighth inning enabled the Cubs to climb into a 3-3 tie. The Mets loaded the bases with two out in the ninth before Hlckman crashed his winning home run. The Cubs meet the Mets again today with Larry Jackson (12-10) joing against Galen Cisco (7-10). MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED I'HESS International League Atlanta 3, Richmond 2 Buffalo 4, Syracuse 3 Rochester 6, Indianapolis 2 Arkansas 7, Jacksonvjlle 3 Toronto" 9, CoJiimbus 3 9:15—2 King & Odie 9:25—5 NBC News: Newman 9:30—2 Romper Room 4 I Love Lucy (R) 5 Play Your Hunch 10:00-^ The McCoys (R) 5 Price is Right 10:30—2 Seven Keys 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 1:00—2 Tennessee Ernie 4 Love of Life 5 1st Impression 11:25—4 CBS News: Reasoner 11:30—2 Father Knows Best (R) 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequences 11:45-4 Guiding Light 11:55—5 NBC News: Scherer . Noon—2 General Hospital 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke 11 Newsreels 12:05—4 My Little Margie (R) 5 Charlotte Peters 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Divorce Court 4 As World Turns 11 Jack LaLanne 1:00—4 Password 5 People Will Talk 11 Movie — See Sun., 10:50 p.m., Ch. 11 1:25—5 News: Boggs 1:30—2 JaneWyman(R) 4 House Party 5 The Doctors 2:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 To Tell the Truth 2:15—11 Movie: See Sun., 9 p.m., Ch. 11. 2:25—4 News: Edwards 2:30—2 Who Do You Trust? 4 Edge of Night 5 You Don't Say 3:00—2 American Bandstand 4 Secret Storm 5 Match Game 3:25—5 News: Vanocur 3:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Millionaire (R) 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 3:55—2 American Newsstand 4:00—2 Day in Court 4 SS Popeye 5 Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:25-2 Movie .- "Plainsman and the Lady" (1946) William Elliott, Gail Patrick 4:30-^ Movie — "Her Husband ' Lies" (1937) Ricardo Cortez, Gail Patrick, Tom Brown 5:00—5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 11 Huckleberry Hound 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael 5:30-5 Sea Hunt (R) Pacific S&n Diego 3, Tacoma i Seattle 13, pei) V fr4 Sppkftne- 1, Sa|t L4§e 4 (M in- Dallas-Fort Worth 8, QWa, City Hawaii 4, Portland 3 Frisco Girl Western Champ ROCKFORD, 111. (AP) - Jani Ferraris of San Francisco is th new Western Junior Girls Go! Champion. In a battle of 16-year-olds, Mis Ferraris took advantage of poo putting by her opponent and defeated Roberta Albers of Tempi Terrace, Fla,, 3 and 2, Friday. Miss Albers held a 1-up leac after the first nine holes with 2-over-par 39 over the par 37-37— 74 Rockford Country Club course Miss Albers' putting game the collapsed. She three-putted th 10th green and had another three put on the 14th. Miss Ferrari gradually took a three-hole lea and after the two halved the 150 and 16th holes, Miss Ferraris 'wo the championship. East Altonian's Car Involved in Two Accidents EAST ALTON - An'East Alton man drove his car into the rear end of two automobiles on St. Louis Avenue Friday night. Terry Wimberiy, 49, 336 W. Wain, East Alton, was charged twice with careless driving. His automobile was towed away alter the second collision. Samuel Gallotta, 28, 30 Ladue, St. Louis, driver of one car in- d in the accidents, Mrs, Gul- lottft and theli- two children, Maria, 2, and Ronald, 4, were taken to S|, Joseph's Hospital. The col- JisJon occurrred at 6:45 p.m. on St< Louis Avenue at Shamrock. Mr. Gulotta; his wife and daughter, were treated and released,. . . Florence Grant, #, drivt^ ol the other par, was not injured. Wood River Gets Safety Citation WOOD RIVER — The city police department Friday was presented with a four-year 1962 pedestrian safety citation by the American Automobile Association, Missouri branch. The citation stated that "Not only does Wood River have a pedestrian fatality-free record but also has met the minimum program requirements "for such an award. The award cited local officials, police and traffic engineers who have made such a record possible. South Roxana Fire Auxiliary Meets SOUTH ROXANA — The Fireman's Auxiliary met Wednesday evening at the fire house and after a short business meeting a social hour was enjoyed, The at- endance prize was won by Mrs. Marie Yount and prizes for games vere won by Mrs. Yount, Mrs, ieorgia Arnold! and Mrs. Josephine Hanfelder. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Myrtlce Stearns and Mrs, Maida Jojuispn. Hostesses for the eplember meeting will be Mrs. Jarbara Summers'and Mrs. e Yount. 4sOO—2 Major Adams, Trait- master (R) 4 Am. Musical Theatre 4:25—5 Scoreboard 4:30—4 Amateur Hour 5 The Bullwinkle Show 11 Movie - "Youth on Parade" (19-12) John Hubbard, Ruth Terry BtOO—2 True Adventures 4 20lh Century (R) 5 Meet the 1'rcgg — Sen. Richard B, Russell, (D.-Ga.) 5:30—2 A(|iumauts 4 Mr. Ed (R) 5 Sea Hunt (R) SUNDAY EVENING fi:l)0—4 Lassie (R) 5 Ensign O'Toole (R) 11 Safari 6:30—2 Jctsons (R) 4 Dennis the Menace (R) 5 Disney's World — "The MoonCussers" 7:00—2 Jane Wymnn (R) •4 Ed Sullivan (R) 7:30—2 Movie — "Vcra Cruz" (1954) Gary Cooper, Burt Lancaster 5 Car 54 (R) 11 Broken Arrow (R) 8:00—4 Real McCoys (R) 5 Bonanza (R) 11 Roller Derby 8:30-4 G.E. True (R) 9:00—4 Candid Camera (R) fj Show of Week (R) 11 Movie — "Down Argen- i tine Way" (1940) Betty Grable, Don Ameche 9:30-2 Special—"Crucial Summer: The 1963 Civil Rights Crisis" (5 part News study viewing integration - segregation struggle.) 4 What's My Line (R) 10:00—2 Movie — "American Guerrilla in the Philippines" (1950) Tyrone Power, Tom Ewell 4 5 News 10:10—5 Weather 10:15-4 News 5 Movie — '"The Two Mrs. Can-oils" (1947) Humphrey Bogart, Barbara Stanwyck, Alexis Smith 10:25-4 Weather 10:30-4 Movie - "Skylark" (1941) Claudette Colbert, Ray Milland, Brian Aherne 10:50—11 Movie — "Secret Agent of Japan" (1942) Preston Foster, Lynn Ban 11:30—2 News & Sports 11:35—2 Mahalia Jackson 12:15—5 News 12:30—U News 12:40-4 ~ "Dr. Kildare Goes Home" (1940) Lew-Ayres, Lionel Barrymore, Laraine Day, Gene Lockhart 12:40-11 Newsreels & Religion 1:55—4 News & Religion THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU Sunday 8:30 A.M.—KSD—5SO UO This week's Christian Science Program "What About Your Future?" 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