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12 26, 1*3, lake Cnar.« Americer. Erest TV M (TV Time critics preview coming television shows by attending rehearsals, watching screenings, and analyzing scripts in New York and Hollywood. These are their previews for today): BEST BET OTHER HIGHLIGHTS 9-W P.M. NBC. DUPONT SHOW of the Week. "Laughter U.S.A." (rerun) A highly enjoyable tour back into time to glimpse the many and varied styles and exponents of humor in the U. S. The telecast goes all the way back to Ben Franklin and the days of the Revolution, with stops at the Civil War period to exam- ine what tickled Lincoln's funny! bone. { Then on to Mark Twain. Weber iand Field, the Keystone Kops, j Laurel & Hardy, the Marx Broth- j ers, Jimmy Durante, Milton Berle, (Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Martin & | Lewis and even Jack Paar. George Burns is guide and com- i mentator. AND MONO AY Presented as a public service by the Lake Charles American Press which is not responsible for unannounced changes by stations or similar program Inaccuracies. Channels — WBRZ-TV Baton Rouge 1. KPAC-TV Port Arthur 4, KALB-TV Alexandria 5, KFDM- TV Beaumont 6, KPLC-TV Lake Charles 7, KLFY-TV Lafayette 10 and KBMT-TV Beaumont 12. Today's programs are listed below. Tomorrow daytime programs are also included. SUNDAY 8. uo—Gospel Favorites, 2 Three Stooges, 10 Living Word, 12 8 15-Travelog, 4 Gospel Favorites, 12 8.30—Revivalists, 4 8:00—Western, 2 Oral Roberts, 4 Davey, 5 9.30— Streams of Faith, 4 Search Scriptures. 5 Movie, 12 9:45—Travelog, 4 10:00— Yancy Derringer, 2 Faith For Today, 5 Camera Three, 10 10:15—Book of Ages, 4 10:30—The Life, 2, 4, Christophers, 5 Conversation, 10 10:55—CBS News, 10 11:00—Church Service, 2, 4 This Is the Life, 5 Thought for the Day, 6 People in Action, 10 Faith For Today, 12 11:30-Frontiers Of Faith, 5 Baseball, 6 Peter Gunn, 7 SW La. Register, 10 Movie, 12 11:45—Baseball, 6, 10 12:00—Baseball, 2, 4, 5, 7 2:00-Baseball, 12 2:30—Washington Report, 2 Church, 5 To Be Announced, 6 2-45—Airman's World, 2 Film Short. 6 3:00—Wire Service, 2 Living Way, 4 Navy. 5 Movie, 6 Big Picture, 7, id 3:30—Travelog, 4 Theater, 5 Adventures In Living, 7 Information, Please, 10 3:45—Church Service, 4 4:00—Sports, 2 Movie, 4 Amateur Hour, 5 Community Report, 7 20th Century, 10 World of Sports, 12 4 : 30-Music, 5, 7 Amateur Hour, 6 Putt Putt Golf, 10 5:00—20th Century, 5, 6 Meet the Press, 7 Movie 5:30-The Lively Ones, 2 Leave It to Beaver, 5 Mr. Ed. 6 News, 7 Great Music, 12 6:00—Sports, 2 Bullwinkle, 4, 5, 7 Lassie, 6 6:10—Weather. 2 6.15—Esso Reporter, 2 6:30-Walt Disney, 2, 4, 5, 7 Dennis the Menace, 6, 10 Follow The Sun, 12 7:00-Ed Sullivan, 6, 10 7:30—Sir Drake. 2, 4, 7 Antics of the West. 5 Movie, 12 8:00—Bonanza, 2, 4, 5,7 i G. E. Theater, 6, 10 8:30—Who In Oie World, 6, 10 9:00—Dupont Show, 2, 4, 5, 7 Candid Camera, 6 Movie, JO 8:30-What's My Line, 6 Lawman, 12 10:00-Night Desk, 2 News, 4, €, 12 Dateline '62, 5 Weather, 7 10:05-News, 7 10:10—Naked City, 7 10:15—Thresholds, 2 Movie, 4, 12 Alfred Hitchcock, 5 Sabine Tabernacle, 6 10:45—Hawaiian Eye, 5 11:00—Movie. 10 11:10—Movie, 1 11:15—News, 2 MONDAY 6 30-OperatioD Alphabet, Passe Partout 6:55—Farm Report, 7 7:00-Today, 2, 4, 5, 7 PHOTO COPIES , . ucjow, oitchvw And other While You. Welt MACS CAMERA SHOP Outlook, 10 7:30-Uncle Willie, 6 Popeye, 10 8:00—Kangaroo, 6, 10 9:00-Burns and Allen, 2 Say When, 4. 5. 7 Calendar. 6, 10 i 9:15—Movie, 12 ! 9:30—Your Hunch, 2, 4, 5, 7 1 Love Lucy, 6, 10 10:00—Price Is Ripht. 2. 4. 5. 7 Verdict Is Yours, 6, 10 I 10-30—Concentration, 2. 4, 5, 7 Brighter Day, 6, 10 10:55—CBS News, 6 Life Line, 10 . 11:00—Ernie Ford, 2. 12 First Impression, 4, 5, 7 Love of Life, 6, 10 11:30—Consequences, 2, 4, 5, 7 Search, 6, 10 Yours For A Song. 12 11:45—Guiding Light, 6, 10 11:55—News, 2, 4, 7 12 ; 00—Midday In La., 2 Best of Groucho, 5 Dragnet, f> Bayou Fair, 7 Meet Your Neighbor, 10 Jane Wyman, 12 12:10—Highway Patrol, 4 12:30—Life Line—Almanac. 5 The World Turns. 6, 1C 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 1:25—News, 2, 4, 7 1 : 30—Loretta Young, 2, 4, 5, 7 House Party, 6, 10 j Pioneers, 12 2:00-Dr. Malone, 2, 4, 5, 7 i Millionaire, 6, 10 ;: Day in Court, 12 i 2:30—Five Daughters. 2457 ! Tell the Truth, 6, 10 : Seven Keys, 12 i 2:55-CBS News, 6, 10 I 3:00—Danny Thomas, 2, 4, 7 i Ethma Odum, 5 ' Secret Storm, 6, 10 j Queen for a Day, 12 \ 3:30—Hollywood, 2, 4, 5, 7 Edge of Night. 6, 10 i Who Do You Trust, 12 3:55—NBC News, 2, 4, 5, 7 j 4:00—Amos N'Andy, 2, . Circle 4 Club, 4 , Funlime, 5, 10 J Movie, 6 | Kit Carson, 7 I Bandstand, 12 I 4:30—Soldiers of Fortune, 2 ; Kartoon Kapers, 7 { 4:50—12 Star Special, 12 5:00—Yogi Bear, 2 Quick Draw McGraw, 5 5:15—Quick Draw McGraw, 4 5:30—Best of Serials, 2 News, 5 Annie Oakley, 7 Whirleybirds, 12 i:45-NBC News, 2, 4, 5 CBS News, 10 4-5:30 P.M. ABC. WIDE WORLD i of Sports. The National Women's AAU Outdoor Swimming and Div- :ing championships from Portage I Park, Chicago. ! Touted as a preview of the 1964 j Olympics, this meet pits most : of America's top water athletes 'against each other, and teams from Japan. Germany and Cana| da. Jim McKay and Jim Fleming i are sportscasters, with Bob Ram| bo commenting on the diving. 5-5:30 P.M. CBS. TWENTIETH Century. "The Week That Shook the World." (rerun) A quietly explosive documentary on the'day- | to-day events that preceded Hitler's 1939 invasion of Poland. Diplomats are seen in various parts of Europe trying vainly to stem the coming onslaught. Historian-reporter William L. Shirer is featured in a filmed account of . Adolf Hitler's movements during ;this time. Walter Cronkite narrates 6:30-7:30 P.M. NBC. WALT DIS- ne'y. "The Prince and the Pau- iper." Part HI. (coloH (rerun)., I The concluding episode in this j ; richly decorated adaptation of ! Mark Twain's novel, during which the young king finds it close to i impossible to regain his position before young Tom is crowned king \ in his place. ! Scan Scully stars in the dual role with Guy Williams featured. 7-8 P.M. CBS. ED SULLIVAN. (rerun* Three L's made this show | a standout with Jerry Lewis, Steve I Lawrence and Dorothy London I starring. Lewis is his usual zany self pan- , tomining an orchestra leader.! Stove Lawrence displays his con- : siclcrablc talent singing "If Ever • 1 Should Leave You' 1 from "Cam- ! j clot," and "Begin the Beguine." i | Dorothy Loudon tickles the fun- j j nybone with her impressions of ! I old musical favorites. , I 7:30-9:30 P.M. ABC. HOLLY- jwood Special. "Not as a Strang- icr," starring Robert Mitchum, Olivia de Havilland, Frank Sinatra, Gloria Graham, Broderick Crawford and Charles Bickford. • rerun). An excellent screen adaptation ! of the Morton Thompson best seller about the dedication of a young medical student to his profession. ! When he is threatened with dis- ; missal from medical school for ; lack of funds, the student mar! ries a nurse for her financial support, then drives himself with , extreme idealism for his work. 7:30-8 P.M. NBC. SIR FRANCIS Drake. "The Boy Jack." A fairly ; attractive half-hour watching the young godson of the Queen turn j from a court minstrel to a courageous fighter under Drake's command. The queen decides he has had enough of court and commands | Drake to further his knowledge : of life on a trip to Portugal. : There they meet Spanish opposition. Terence Morgan stars with ,Jcan Kent and Michael Anderson : Jr. 8-9 NBC. BONANZA. "THE ; Mountain Girl." (color) (rerun). ; wear FALSE TEETH? t, chew, smite wifh REGULAR OR HEAVY £ AUGE •' beJNTAL 'CUSHIONS Helps keep icedi out... plate mug Helps eoj« pressure on gumt Helps prevent clicking »I TOUR QIUG STORE • MONTH'S SUPPLY 60* S4MF Heating TRIM-WALL HEATER or FLOOR FURNACE Have comfortable central-type heat even if you have no basement We have WALL HEATERS and FLOOR FURNACES that take up NO Iffing space. Wide choice of models, SAVE on gas World's ONLY Bonded Heating Line . bjcktd by JWO W»t. unt/ Bond, issued to Tnvtliis Indnnnltv Co., Hirtfertf.Conn. $in(lt w Dud-will H»»ter| floor Furnun lot «viry tin l»m«. BYAN ST. HE 6-7$15 Time again for Michael Landon fans to be rewarded with a story written around Little Joe. He is asked by a dying old man to take his daughter from the isolated mountain where she was raised and make a lady of her. The purpose is to effect a reunion with her rich but arrogant grandfather who rejected her when she was born. Nina Shipman and Carl Benton Reed are featured with stars Lome Greene, Pernell Roberts and Dan Blocker. Additional Infant Deaths Expected From Drug's Use WASHINGTON (AP) - George P. Larrick. commissioner of food and drugs, says that additional infant deaths can be expected in this country from use of the drug thalidomide. Larrick said Friday that one infant death has been traced to the drug, "and unfortunately it now appears that there probably will be more." During a television program taped with Rep. Jessica Weis, R- N.Y., Larrick said more than 200 pregnant American women received the drug and 27 of them have not yet had their babies. State Agencies Seek Financial Aid BATON ROUGE (AP) - Nearly $800,000 has been requested by financially-pinched state agencies, records of the Board of Liquidation disclosed Friday. There were unofficial reports the liquidation board planned to meet as soon as the Legislative Budget Committee finished its review of state agency budgets in about two weeks. The legislature traditionally has appropriated $1 million each year to the liquidation board to meet emergency spending requests while out of session. The last legislature approved an act allowing an additional $1 million appropriation to the liquidation board in view of Louisiana's financial difficulties. Under the law, each state agency Is limited to $100,000 a year from the liquidation board. Several constitutional questions have been raised about the legislature's added $1 million appropriation to the board. Dave Pearce, commissioner of agriculture, has asked for $122,000 for agencies under his department. Other larger requests included: Department of institutions $90,- 000 to reinstate 2 probation and parole workers laid off. Louisiana board of health $50.* 000 to finance outpatient tuberculosis drug and medicine program. Department of Education $2fi,- 000 to extend T. H. Harris scholarship assistance to LSU at New Orleans and Alexandria. Department of Public Welfare $50,000 to supplement a $100,000 appropriation for commodity distribution program. Southeastern Louisiana College, no specific amount, for operating funds. University of Southwestern Louisiana $100,000 to help reduce an operating deficit. 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