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5:15 0 POPEYE.
Kids. Cartoons. Featuring Captain Tugg. 5:25 0 KUKLA AND OLLIE. Kids. Burr Tilstrom's puppets. 5:30 Q BROKEN ARROW. Western. Michael Ansara stars. (Repeat.) Q DECEMBER BRIDE. Comedy. Spring Byington. 6:00 Q THE BEST OF GROUCHO. Repeats of the Groucho Marx show. 0 THE THREE STOOGES. Comedy. "Scrambled Brains." Q SIX O'CLOCK REPORT. ABC News; Metropolitan Headlines, Ed Meyer; "Greatest Stories From The Eve ning Star"; Backstage, Jerry Strong. 6:25 O SPORTS TIME. Bill McColgan reporting. 6:30 0 NEWS. Color. Bryson Rash reporting. SJBOfll NOMONIYOOWN ■ * .. Tfiis ’QOV •’X66M.MONTM f J . Ist PAYMENT JUNE 1962 J *’ uj’’ I LBb ° r I An "W AA nA / * *"°”y H lr *’ > s, " ir,l l ®*>(f fl fe=l The Sunday Star TV Magazine, Washington, D. C., March 18, 1962 MONDAY 0 QUICK DRAW McGRAW. Cartoons. 0 SEA HUNT. Adventure. Lloyd Bridges. (6:59 —Edit.) Q SPOTL'T, WEATHER, NEWS. Gallaher. Douglas. Rush. 6:35 0 WEATHER. Color. Frank Forrester. 6:40 0 SPORTS. Color. Jim Gibbons. 6:45 0 HUNTLEY-BRINKLEY. News and commentary. Q DOUGLAS EDWARDS. News. 7:00 0 DEATH VALLEY DAYS. Drama. The building of the first trans continental telegraph is periled by a Southern sympathizer. Monday Listing* Cont. on Next Page [marl 19 J 17