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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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^SON ON EDUCATION Learning Can Be a 'Breeze' By Southern Offfowrta By the spring of his sophomor* year. Ed was spending at least two hows a day on math homework. And, even with this ex Many .ectatators insist that chil-; pcndfture of time, he was not [ircn tmftt*'''*lways work hard.! completing his assignments. With [They even set tip special classes | struggle and hard work, man|o provide enough work to keep < a S«d to get a C in the coorse. fclie youngsters working hard. <. It^was not the learning that was I disagree with these educators. Darning Tfeed not be hard work. If the -student has the proper ackground in the subject, he can grasp a concept without arduous work and great expenditure of en- rgy- hard work! Joe actually learned more than fid with less effort. H is not how hard you study, R is the way you study that brings results. Whether you are in junior or Senior high school or college the same principles of learning apply: I recalj; JL student named Joe j Start listening on the first* day who breeted through engineering i Keep ahead of the teacher with n college with little effort. !your reading. At thr slart of his freshman ear he was living in a rooming louse near the campus with 11 other freshmen, most of them engineering students. Joe's background in mathematics was good. He was able to ^Wy assignments in half Start right out doing high-qual ity homework. Make a carefu note of each assignment and its due date. Try to understand the course by studying for understanding rather than just to complete th« assignments. o three-quarters of an hour each Think through the course from evening. -Then he helped the oth- j the beginning every few days. 1 •rs understand their assignments. | will help you assimilate new ma- As Joe-continued to help his lei- tcrial into the overall pattern, mv students,_hi.« own assignments \ Be ready to help your fellow came easier until, by the spring of! students in distress. This will give iis sophomore year, he was spend- you an opportunity to discuss ing only 15 minutes a day on cal culus assignments and was making near perfect scores on his exams. Ed, another freshman, lived in the sam£ fodming house. At times Ed did not complete all of his assignments. Regularly before exams, he .turned to Joe for a final briefing. The briefings pulled Ed's grade frp"in,!a D to a C in math. ideas using your own words. This is the very best practice for complete understanding. Resolve to bring the course to a high level of understanding, then carry it at that high level. A few hours at the beginning will save you many more hours later. Follow these ideas and you will find that learning will be easy and pleasant — and not hard work. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW _ (Prescind »» a public service i y (he tike Charles American 'rcss which ii not responsible »r unannounced changes by sta- ions or similar program inaccur- icics). Channels' '— WBRZ-TV Baton Rouge 2) KPAC-TV Pori Arthur 4, KALB-TV Alexandria 5, KFDM- TV Beaumont 6, KPLC-TV Lake diaries' 7, fcLFY-TV Lafayette 10, and KBMT-TV Beaumont 12. Today'* evening programs are listed below, tomorrow daytime pro* grants are 'also included. MONDAY EVENING 6:00— Sports, 2, 5 N«w«, -4, 6, 7, 10, 12 8:lO-Wealher, 2, 6, 7, 10 6.1*-Esso News, 2, 5 News, CBS, • Spo'rtSf' 10 News, ,12 6: 20- Weather, 4 Spirts, 7 6: 25- Weather, 5, 12 Social Note, 10 6:30— Movie, 2 Stage JFour, 4 Country Time, 5 To" fell the Truth, 6, 10 U. S. Marshal, 7 Cheyenne, 12 7:00-NaUonal Velvet, 4, 7 YaK^y , Derringer, 5 Pete 'and Gladys, 6 I've Got A Secret, 10 7i30-Price> Right, 4, 5, 7 Fatkeij Knows Best, 6 Heft'fle'sey, 10 Plainsman, 12 8 :00-87lh Precinct, 4, 7 Third Man, 5 Lucy^Desi, 6 Theater, 10 SurCsMe Six, 12 6 9:00—Ben Casey, 2, 5, 12 Scicncjj Special, 4, 7 Hennesey, 6 9:30—Money Talks, 6 lO:00-NigtilT>e6k, 2 News, 4, 6, 10, 12 Dateline '62, S Weather. 7 10:05-NeWS, 7 10:1 Tonight, 7 10 10:25-Tonight Show, 4 CimagSron City, 12 10:30-Petei-Gunn, 2 ll:00-Tonighl, 2 11:15-1101 DIT The Wire, 5 12:00—News-Prayer, 2 TU,V^I>AV DAYTIMfc «:30-0iteratfon Alphabet, 2 Morning Jamboree 10 «:B5--FaYnji Report, 7 7:00—Today, a, 4, 5, 7 Outlpqk!, 10 7:30-Unfie Willie's Club, « Popeye, 10 8:00-Kwjgaroo, 6, 10 9:00—Byrnsniancl Alien, 2 Sav When. 4. 5, 7 Cajgudar, e. 10 9:15-Movie, 12 9:30—Piay Your Hunch, 2, 4, 5, 7 I Love Lucy, 6, 10 10:00-Price Is Right, 2, 4. 5, 7 Verdict Is Yours, 6, 10 10:30—Concentration, 2, 4, 5, 7 Brighter Day, 6, 10 10:55—News 6 Life Line, 10 11:00—Ernie Ford, 2, 12 First Impression, 4, 5, 7 Love Ot Life, 6, 10 11:30—Consequences, 2, 4, 5, 7 Search, 6, 10 Yours For a Song, 12 11:45—Guiding Light. 6, 10 ll:55-News, 2, 4, 5, 7 12:00-Midday In La., 2 Best of Groucho, 5 Famous Play House, 6 Bayou Fair, 7 Meet Your Neighbor. 10 Jane Wyman, 12 12:10—Highway Patrol, 4 12:30—Lifeline, 5 The World Turns, 6, 10 Best of Groucho, 7 Camouflage, 12 12:40—Kaleidoscope. 4 12:55-News, 12 1:00—Jan Murray, 2. 4, 5, 7 Password, 6, 10 Rendezvous, 12 l:25-News. 2, 4, 5, 7 l:30-Loretta Young, 2. 4, 5, 7 House Party, <5. 10 Pioneers, 12 2:00-Dr. Malone, 2, 4, 5, 7 Millionaire, 6, 10 Day in Court, 12 2:30-Five Daughters, 2, 4, 5, 7 To Tell the Truth, «, 10 Seven Keys, 12 2:55-CBS News, 6, 10 3:00—Danny Thomas, 2, 4, 7 Ethma Odum Show, 5 Secret Storm, 6, 10 Queen for a Day, 12 3:30-Holiywood, 2, 4, 5, 7 Edge of Night, 6, 10 Who Do You Trust 1 12 S:55-NBC News, 2, 4, I, 7 4:00—Amos N' Andy, 2 Circle 4 Club, 4 Funtimc, 5 Movie, 6 Kit Carson, 7 Funtime Playhouse. 10 Bandstand. 12 4:30—Soldiers of Fortune, 2 Kartoon Kapers, 7 4:50—12 Star Special, 12 5:00—Quick Draw McGraw, 2 Brave Stallion, 5 5:15—Louisiana Shindig, 4 5:30—Serials, 2 News, 5 Annie Oakley, 7 Ripcord, 12 5:45-NBC News, 2, 4, 5 CBS News, 10 Firecracker Plant Fire Kills Two NAPLES, Italy (AP> - Two Women were killed and five persons were injured in a blast at a firecracker factory near here Saturday. The explosion ripped to pieces a small wooden shack housing the factory. ' NIGHT T.V. SERVICE " " Atli AlAKfciS TecbnieUn on duly until 8 P.M., Monday ihrouih Friday 41"- MO INCREASES IN RATES MARS. T.V. i'i»"* u YfiU «r-«8M - IP NO ANS' 7-341* \W E. PRIfN ROAP FDR PROMPT DKPKNPABLE RADIO TELEVISION 4 PHONOGKAI'H Call any Wember of Television Electronic Ser vie* Association v^of Calttsieu. £t member* to urvf you BURR* RADIO A TV' tULPHU JiO TWt FOft iXPLAftATrd& JSW./KeSawfa ITOTES iSfeR, TOS 6QV (9 inw^sHWterra MONTI APTtft f:D FINDS (?EAPY THg WffflOL BEETLE BAILEY HOLY SMOKES WHAT A WHAT COME IN, DOCTOR.) HAPPENED? FALL MR.PAR...MR. * AGAINST THE JASON is _^*i4» MlRROft? KK ' UH YOU' .1 RAN J...MMM...THE CUTS DON'T INTO A LOOK BAD... THERE MAY SOMEONE BE SOME SHOCK, I KNEW. A—k. THOUSH...-COULD YOU EXCUSE US, MISS? 'OF COURSE. I'LL CALL YOU LATER, JOHN. MEANWHILE... THAT'S IMPOSSIBLE. DON'T YOU KNOW THAT? % JOHN PARISH REALIZES THAT HE'S BEEN TWO PEOPLE/ ...MAYBE I SHOULD HAVE 60NE WITH MARY/ PARRI5H HAS BEEN ON STAGE GULLET MISSES ITS MARK, BUT IT DETERS THE GUNMAN FROM KILLING AUNTIE. A LADY GOP PLAYING POSSUM, EH? WE TAKE S?HE SECOND AND ONLY ^ REMAINING SHOT IN THE DERRINGER FINDS ITS MARX. HE BATTLE IN THE BARN? LIZZ,WHO WAS CONSIDERED DEAD. DRAWS A MIDDEN DERRINGER. AND- DICK TRACY LOOK AT IT WAY/ THINK O'TH' I SIZE O* YOU/ WHY I CAN'T ^QU BE B1Q ABOUT IT? ORPHAN ANNIE YESk DOCTOR^ GRIP 13 /W BWTHtR/WHEHOUR f*RENT5 DIED, GRIP WS SIX YEARS OLD/ THE DOCTORS TOLD*! THAT Hfc SHOULD BE PLACED IN AN wsTrnmoN/ DO YOU KNOW THAT IN THESE THIRTY YEARS, I'VE NEVER BEEN AWAY FROM HIM MORE THAN A FEW HOURS AT ATIME* REX MORGAN, M.D. ARE YOU BEIN5 CDWICALJI ASSURE >OU A SOVIET OFFICER WHOHA5FAILEP IN HIS POMN'TFEH. HUMOROUS, J WAS ASSIgNEPTD PBPJN& FOR THE SOLE. PURPOSE flP .FRUSTRATINGOUR ONE ALLY'S ATOMIC EFFORT RUSSIAN &H.ONCI. REVEALS' THAT THE SUCRRILlAS, LE7 CHIMESE OFFJCBWj, AREPROTEOINSTHe WORKOFA6KDUP OF AT THE OVERRUN ABOUT THE ^ POSITIVE, S6T. DRAKE.' AMSSIN& ^~\HE SAID WE NEEPEP AUTOMATIC, MRS.TOOMEY7\PROTECTIOM A6AINST ..YOU'RE SURE VOUR HU5- ) THOSE RACKETEERS/ BAND ALWAYS KEPT IT IN THIS PPAWER? THAT ISN'T60OO/HEMAY \S6T.DffAKE.'..IJUST HAVE ser OUT WITH SOME ) NOTICEP.' THERE'S A WILD WEA OF FI«HTIN6 <CARD ON THIS RACK THAT SHAKEDOWN GANG ) ..OPPRESSED TO ss6v~_~ ME/ SOLD HIS WINTER SUIT ANP OVERCOAT TO BUY IT.. THE UTTIE NINNY/ DRAKE HAS IPARNEP THAT THE GENTLE MR. TOOMEY COLLECTED GUNS..AND BOOKS ON HAND-TO-HAND COMBAT.' KERRY DRAKE MOST, AUGUST 20,1962, lafce Charte Amtrrcmt frgn |t TV TIME PREVIEWS (TV Time critics wreview eotftfng television shows by attending rehearsals, watching screenings, and ana* ly/ing scripts in New York and Hollywood, these are theif previews for today): lest lits 9-10 P.M. NBC. THHE9HOLDS for Tomorrow, (rerun). One of th« summer's best repeat features and must-viewing for anyone interested in the myriad fascinating prospects of scientific development Among the more illuminating subjects under discussion and demonstration are: The creation of life hi a laboratory; computers education on the subject of economics and our country's economic goals. The subject Is vast and complex even for a two-and-a-half hoof discussion, so CBS has broken it up into five programs, each a half-hour long, to be seen from Monday to' Friday at varying times in the evening schedule. and their uses; the development, Ca ic Tcch - s Prof John R . of the sea for water supply, bod ColemanB deliverg the digcours(S " J and power; possibilities of a "death ray," and machines that can teach. Alexander Scourby narrates. 9:30-10:00 P.M. CBS. MONEY Talks. A unique and praiseworthy experiment in communication and with the initial subject focusing on three economic barometers: Gross National Product. Unemployment Index and Consumer Price Index. CBS correspondent David Schoenbrun also participates. OTHER HIGHLIGHTS 6:30-7 P.M. ABC. CHEYENNE, j the type of comedy role that "Then the Mountains." (rerun), changed his motion picture ca- You'll hiss Gerald Mohr and cheer reer. Ty Hardin in this story of a guer- j He joins Lucy, Desi and the filla, court martialed and sen- Mertz in a wild uranium gamble tenced to death, who escapes then returns to get revenge. Bronco i> the object of his hatred. 7-7:30 P.M. CBS. PETE AND Gladys, (rerun). Guest star Mickey Rooney does his best to steal the show from Cara Williams, a mighty tough trick. Playing himself, he agrees to help Gladys with a children's hospital benefit. The big laughs come when she, as his left-footed partner, ruins the routine and starts some wild slapstick. Harry Morgan is co-starred. 7:30-8 P.M. ABC. LAW OF THE Plainsman. "Clear Title." (rerun). Bordering on credibility, this story is about a man who has so completely taken over a town that its citizens live in deadly fear of him. Buckhart is sent there to investigate a shooting but finds the people deaf and dumb about the crime. Michael Ansara stars. 8-9 P.M. CBS. LUCY-DESI Comedy Hour. "Lucy Hunts Uranium." (rerun). Fred MacMurray and his wife, June Haver, are tonight's guests with the former in that includes prospecting on the gaming tables of Las Vegas. Patience will be rewarded in your long wait for the lovely Miss Haver when she is seen near lha show's end. William Frawley and Vivian Vance are featured with stars Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. 8-9 P.M. ABC. SURFS1DE 6. "The Roust." (rerun). One of tha better dramas in this series in which private eye Dave Thome uses himself as a target to create a crime. He wants an old enemy to try to murder him since he has been unable to have him indicted for any of his past crimes. Da\ id White and Elizabeth MacRae are •featured with star Lee Patterson and Van Williams. Boy Killed When Quake Fells Tree MANILA (AP)—An earthquake jarred Panay Island Friday. A falling coconut tree hit a boy and killed him. Could your budget recover quickly? suralcolModtrn midlclnt and m«tti»di havt rtducid the recovery lime from manv lurqicol eptrattent and htioltal llln«is*>. But the bill con keen your budget "sick" for monthil Befort such misfortune hltt you or your family, ask about the Hotpltal-Surilcot ixoenie Plant which Lift of Virginia now offers. There's one to suit your needs. It pavi a motor part of such txnenses, and costs to little to own. Phone or tee . . . HENRY LANCASTER — GR 7-3775 MRS. EVELYN F. LYONS E. 8. "BO" MILEY 0. W. "BILL" COLLARD, JR. THE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY T. R. "JEFF" WILSON JOHNNY HIGGINBOTHAM OF VIRGINIA SINCE 1171 — RICHMOND, VIROINIA 1725 Ryan HE 3-9914 DOLLAR, DOLLAR. WHO HAS THE DOLLARS? We have, and we will give one dollar to each person for each joke they send in to us that we publish in the paper. We hope that you will read our little nonsense each Monday and let us know, If you like it. Do you know \snat the Mason- Dixon line is? That Is the boun- dry between You-all and Youse. This actually happened in the Country Store recently: A young Air Force Officer came in to buy some furniture, and after looking at a couple of bedroom suites, he made this statement: "My wife and I want a real strong bed, because we move around a lot.'" This week, we liave some really, and truly fine savings on our furniture. As a starter, we have platform rockers for only ?12.88, solid oak kitchen chairs for $5.98, and sve also have some real fine Danish modern bar stools and Early American Bar Stools, $9.95 and up. Overheard on the radio: Brand new 2 piece Living room suites can $79.88 up. be bought from Anyone that Knows where I can get some Get Well Cards printed in a foreign language, please let me know. I have a friend that has German Measles. And then there was the one about the Farmer's Daughter who insisted on a quiet wedding, so her father put a silencer on his shotgun. EDNA: "John, darling I love you." JOHN: "Run to me dearest, and kiss me." EDNA: "No, John dear, I will walk to you and kiss you." JOHN: "Dearest, if you really love me, you will run to me." Announcer: "And so, listeners, tune in again tomorrow to find out whether Edna runs or walks to her John." If you really want a bargain even better than you would get at the Discounter's around this area, then listen to this: A BIG BIG 4 piece Sectional living room suite, in 100% nylon cover for only $144.88. We even have Hide-a-beds with 100 r r Nylon covers for only $144.88. For all you lovers of French Provincial and Early American Furniture, we have some exceptionally fine values in both living room furniture and bedroom furniture. I can assure you that the covers and finishes on these suites are of high quality and are priced far lower than you will find them at other furniture stores as a rule. We still have a good assortment of Room Airconditioners at honest, fair prices. MOST OP THESE UNITS ARE 1962 MODELS. We are selling them at a cost plus price. Sizes from \z TON up to 2 TONS. Well, another Monday is almost gone, but we will be hern with you again next Monday with more Jokes and more fine values from the COUNTRY STORE. Send in your jokes, and If we print them, we will send you a dollar. Now—be careful when you drive, for the other fellow may not be; and remember that a man who gives in when he is wrong, is very wise. A man who gives In when he U right is married. DOOLKY BKOS. COUNTttV SiUBK 501 Kyau St. HK 6-2041

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