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December 12, 1963

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 12

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12 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, DECEMBER U, 1963 Watching TV Toniglif 6:00-Riflem<!rt 2, C«rloom 3, Now» .1-5-6-12, Economlci 8, Three Stooges 11. 6:15-Nows 4-5-6-12, Rocky /ind His Friends 11. 6:30—Flintstoncs 2-3, Password 4-12, Temple Houston 5-6, What's Now 8, Amos and Andy 11. 7:00-Donna Reed 2-3, Rawhide 4-12, Nation 110-Uganda 8, People Are Funny 11. 7:30—My Three Sons 2-3, Dr. Klldare 5-6, Bold Journey 8, Best of Groucho 11. 8:00—Jimmy Dean 2-3, Perry Mason 4-12, SIU News 8, Thriller 11. 8:30-Hazel 5-6, Film Classlcs- The Hucksters 8. 9:00—Sid Ceesar 2-3, The Nurses 4-12, Suspense Theater 5-6, Movie: Renegades 11. 9:30—Battle Line 2, Texas Ras-Jin 3. 10.00-News 2-3-4-5-6-12. 10:15-Steve Allen 2, Tonight Show 5, Bat Masterson 6, Weather 12. 10:20-Rebe1 3, Movie: All Ashore 12. 10:25-Eye-line 4. 10:30—Movie: Last of the Buccaneers 4. 10:45—Tonight Show 6. 10:50—Bronco 3. 11:00—Movie: Devil's Squadron 11. 11:45—Movie: Return From the Sea 2, News 12. 12:00—News 3-11, Movie: Romance In The Dark 4, Tonight in St. Louis 5. 12:30-News 5. I2:.10-Ncwsreel 11. l:15-News 2. 1:20—Mahalia Jackson 2. 1:30-News 4. 3:25-News 5-6. 3:30—S.S. Popcyc 4, Make Room For Daddy 5-6. 3:45-Brave Stallion 12. 4:00— Ac/ventures In Paradise 2, The Hour 3, Movie 4, Corky the Clown 5, Best of Groucho 6, Film 8, Capt. II's Showboat 11. 4:15—Bozo's Cartot is 12. 4:30—Maverick 5, Popeye, Dance Party 6, Industry on Parade 8. 4:45—Friendly Giant 8, Rocky and His Friends 12. 5:00—City Camera and Weather 2, Mickey Mouse 3-11, Amos and Andy, Ann Sothern 6, What's New 8. 5:15—News 2, Yogi Bear 12. 5:30—Zane Grey Theater 2, Clutch Cargo 3, News 4, Huntley and Brinkley 5-6, Encore 8. 5:45-News 3-12. 5:50-Weather 12. Evening 6:00—Rifleman 2, Cartoons 3, News 4-5-6-12, Biology 8, Three Stooges 11. 6:15-News 4-5-6-12, Rocky and His Friends 11. 6:30-77 Sunset Strip 2-3, The Great Adventure 4-12, Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol 5-6, What's New 8, Amos and Andy 11. 7:00-At Issue 8, People Are Funny 11. 7:30—Burke's law 2-3, Route 66 4-12, Bob Hope 5-6, Bold Journey 8, Best of Groucho 11. 8:00—Science Reporter 8, State Trooper 11. 8:30— Farmer's Daughter 2-3, Twilight Zone 4-12, Harry's Girls 5-4, Festival of Arts 8, Invisible Man 11. 9:00-Fight of the Week 2-3, Alfred Hitchcock 4-12, Jack Paar 5-6, Movie: Somewhere in the Night 11. 9:45-Make That Spare 2-3. 10:00-News 2-3-4-5-6-12. 10:15—Chiller Theater 2, Tonight Show 5, M-Squad 6, Weather 12. 10:20— Sugarfoot 3, Movie: The Flying Missile 12. 10:25-Eye-line 4. 10:30-Mov!e: Only the Valiant 4. 10:4S—Tonight Show 6. 11:00—Movie: Homeward Borne 11. 11:20— Movie: Old Overland Trail 3. 11:45—Movie: My Favorite Wife 2. 12:00—Tonight In St. Louis 5, News 12. 12:30—Movie: Fiesta 4, News 5-1». 12:40—News 3, Newsreel 11. l:15-News 2. 1:20—Mahalia Jackson 2. 2:00—News 4. Our Men In Service MURNAU. GERMANY (AH- TNC)—Army PFC Richard E. Nikranl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund E. Nikrant, Route 2, Ashley, III., completed a five- week engineer equipment mechanic course nt the U. S. Army School, Europe, in Murnau, Germany, in mid-November. During the course Nikrant received instruction in the maintenance and repair of such items of standard engineer equipment as crane shovels, pneumatic tools, motorized graders and electric generators. Nikrant is a heavy equipment operator in Headquarters Company of the 12th Engineer Battalion near Dexheim, Germany. He arrived overseas in March 1962. The 20-year-old soldier is a ship Sight "School. Gary Wayne Odle is now spending two weeks at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Odle of 1000 So. 22nd St., Mt. Vernon, Illinois, after having completed nine weeks of Recruit Training in the U. S. Navy at Great Lakes, Illinois. After his two weeks at home on vacation, Gary will report to the Naval Base at Quonset Point, Rhode Island for on the Job training in the Aviation Electrician Rating. Anyone desiring information on the U. S. Navy may contact the Navy Recruiter at 1116 Main, Mt. Vernon, Illinois or ai the Post Office every morning at 8:30 a.m. Phone 242-1779. • • • ARGENTIA, NEWFOUNDLAND (FHTNC) — Johnnie L. Tolley, aviation machinist's mate airman USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Logan Toilev of 1212 111., is serving with Airborne Early Warning Squadron 13 at the Naval Station, Argcntia, Newfoundland. The squadron patrols the North Atlantic seaward extension of the Continental Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line. These forces have kept nn uninterrupted vigil over a wide area of the North Atlantic for more than five years. They stand alert to give instant warning of a surprise attack to South 23rd st., Mount Vernon, the North American Continent SUNDAY WORKSHOPS NEW YORK UF> — A workshop for apprentice playwrights has been established by the off- Brondway theater 1964 management team of Richnrcl Bnrr, Clinton Wilder and dramatist Edward Albec. The itirn is to give performances each Sunday with professional casts and direct (on. The series will be open to the public without charge. and members of the North Atlantic: Treaty Organization. Talk State Park Revenue Bond Issue FRIDAY PROGRAM Morning 5:20-News 4. 5:30—Sunrise Semester 4. 6:00—Town and Country 4. 6:30— P.S. Four 4, Focus 5, Sunrise Semester 12. 7:00—The Morning Scene 4, Today 5-6, Breakfast Show 12. 7:25-News 5. 7-.30-Today 5-6. 7:40—World of Mr. Zoom 4. 7:45—Mahalia Jackson 2. 7:50—Farm Report 2. 7:55-News 2. 8:00—Capt. Kangaroo 4-12. 8:I5-Medical Profile 2. 8:25—News 5-6. 8:30—Tree House Time 2, Today 5-6. 9:00—King and Odie 2, Jack LaLanne 3, News 4-12, Say When 5-6. 9:15—Romper Room 2. 9:25-News 5-6. 9:30—Trail West 2, I love Lucy 4-12, Word of Word 5-6. 10:00-Price Is Right 2-3, The McCoys 4-12, Concentration 5-6. 10:30-Seven Keys 2-3, Pete and Gladys 4-12, Missing Links 5-6. 11:00—Tenn. Ernie Ford 2-3, love of life 402, Your First Impression 5-6. ll:25-News 4-12. ll:30-Father Knows Best 2-3, Search For Tomorrow 4-12, Truth or Consequences 5-6. 11:45-Guiding light 4-12. 11:55—Day Report 5-6. Afternoon I2:00-General Hospital 2-3, News 4-5-6-11-12. 12:05-My little Margie 4, Charlotte Peters 5. 12:15—Pastor Speaks 6, Modern Almanac 11, Farm Picture 12. 12:30—Divorce Court 2, Religious 3, As The World Turns 4-12, Romper Room 6, Cartoons 11. 1:00—Educational 3, Password 4-12, People Will Talk 5-6, Double Feaure 11. 1:25-News 5-6. 1:30— Day in Court 2-3, House Party 4-12, The Doctors 5-6. 1:54—News—Lisa Howard 2-3. 2:00— Queen For A Day 2-3, To Tell The Truth 4-12, Loretta Young 5-6. 2:15-Double Feature 11. 2:25-News 4-12. 2:30-Who Do You Trust 2-3, Edge of Night 4-12, You Don't Say 5-6. 3:00—Trailmaster 2-3, Secret Storm 4-12, Match Game 5-6. Television Review By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Tclevision-Kadlo Writer 'mm i NEW YORK (AP)- Manhattan's Harlem, jammed with a population close to one-half million, was the laboratory in which "CBS Reports" Wednesday night attempted to sample moods, emotion and opinions of Negro leaders in the current equal rights struggle. It was impossible in one hour to do more than touch on the aims of groups as far apart as the extremist "Back to Africa" and black nationalist organizations on one hand and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Congress of Racial Equality and the National Urban League on the other. But merely by presenting the problems of what narrator Harry Reasoner called a Negro ghetto—slums, bad housing, unemployment and a • shortage of trained people plus impatience and revolt against their situation— Iho program served an important purpose. It was a sobering, thought- provoking show. It found the Harlem temper very, very warm. ABC plans a major reshuffling of its daytime schedules on Dec. 30, which will put a number of shows in new time spots, result in the demise of five-year- old "Who Do You Trust?" and the birth of still another game show. Involved in the switches are "Seven Keys," "The Ernie Ford Show," "General Hospital" and "Queen for a Day." "Who Do You Trust?" started in October 1958 with Johnny Carson as comedian-in-charge of audience interviews. Woody Woodbury, a Florida night club entertainer, took over the show when Johnny moved to NBC and the "Tonight Show" last season. Dick Clark will make his debut as a television panel show host with "The Object Is," that will follow "The Price Is Right" at 11:30 a.m. It will follow the classic TV recipe of mixing up SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP) - A step toward seeking a state park revenue bond issue to build camp sites was taken Tuns- day by Gov. Otto Kerner with appointment of three commission members. He named to the State Parks Revenue Bond Commission, an agency created by the 1963 General Assembly, three members who complete its roster. j They are: Julien Collins, Kenilworth, two-year term; Charles E. Binkert, Quincy, three-year term; and Joseph D. Muprhy, LaGrange, four-year term. The commission is composed also of the governor, state treasurer, and director of the Department of Conservation. Other appointments by the governor were: Commission on clinical laboratories, blood 'banks and blood bank depositories: Dr. James B. Hartney, Elmhurst; Robert K. Fiersten, Springfield; Dr. Albert Wolf, Chicago; Dr. Paul Van pernis, Rockford, and Edward McGrath, Peoria. Commission on Spanish- speaJring residents; William Muniz and Arturo Valasquez, both of Chicago. Northeastern Illinois Metropolitan Area Planning Commission: Richard P. Lambert, Summit, four-year term. celebrities and studio contestants in a guessing game. Recommended tonight: "The Long, Lost Life of Edward Smalley," NBC, 10-11 EST Suspense tale with Richard Crenna in the title role and James Whitmore playing an attorney whose life is threatened. BE ALERT AT. 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