Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 31, 1956 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 31, 1956
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PAGE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH On TV! WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 31, The Telegraph's Daily Radio Chart Y EVENING News - Ed Ke&th (5) Weather • Puppets (36) Rev. Oxendinp 6:05—(yi Sports - Ingham 6'.it>—<4t VVcaiher - Carmicbael 6:lS-(4) Lrs Paul & Mary Ford (51 News - John RoedPl (36> News • John Daly 6:20—(4> Political . Republican 6:30— (41 Pi"k the Winner - Waller Cronkite narrates. Chairmen of both major political parlies. Leonard W. Hall and Paul M.j Butler debate the topic "Who L«! Going to Win?" (5) Eddie Fisher (36) News and Weather 6:40—(36) Bowling News - Laux 6:45—15) News - Humify and! Brinkley (36,1 Political - Democratic 7:00-(4t Arthur Godfrey Show (COLOR) (a) Hiram Hoiliday - Hiram and Joel are In Hong Kong and are mistaken for spy-hunters by a gun running group. Hiram turns "frogman" in an effort to outwit them. (9) College Math For Fast TV Service Bring your net to our shop in the morning. I'iek up before 6 P. M. Square Deal Shop 730 E. Broadway Ph. 6-9411 SPECIALS FOR NATIONAL. FLOWER WEEK POTTED MUMS 99c up Other Potted Plant* Call at at KOJW Rexroat Flower Market SKI E. Broidirar. Open Evtninfs WE REPAIR Any Make of RADIOS, TV., WASHERS. DRTFRS GAS »/!« ELKCTRIC RA.VfJES Fast and Dependable Service He Art At Close AI four Telephone. DIAL, S-7S1I WEBER'S TV AND APPLIANCES 1507 STATE ST. AI/TOV CALL 3-3500 Television Service ALL MAKES EXPERIENCED TECHNICIANS Guaranteed Parts and Tubes Miio Wells, inc. 2613 State P H 3 3 5 0 0 ALUMINUM Storm Windows, Doors, Air M«ter Tllt-O-MMlo ALUMINUM Jtlonslo Door IV Thtrk PORCH ENCLOSURE J»lonii« Doable flnnr Window*. Free Ettimxtci ORNAMENTAL IRON RAILINGS—COLUMNS ALUMINUM AWNINGS K» Dewa 36 Mo>. Cox's Home Supply Co. North S-1MS Alton In tbt Ret. ». Newest TV Sensation! YOURS ONLY FROM PHILCO Horizontal Consoles with SOUND FRONT at Table Model Prices! Come in am the difference ttle for an old twith John /V. Jonet (36> Movie - Wallace Ford and .loan Wood bury star in the mystery "The Rogues' Tavern". 7:30—i =•) Father Knows Best — When Bud asks an increase in his allowance. Father d.->rs so in order to teach him a lesson in economics. 7:43—(91 Ancipnt Grrek Civilization - "Military and Naval Affairs". 8:00—14) The Millionaire - A tcrnaepr with a list of misdepds behind him is about to set off on a l ; f? of big time crime when he $100.000 chock arrives in thr story "Joey Diamond". <5» Kraft Theatre (COLOR) - "Hit and Run" staring Louis» Plait and Conrad Nagel tells the story of hot-rod youths who run over a woman and members of the gang terrorize the witnesses. 8:15—136) Sports Car Club News! 8:30—(4) I've Got A Secret- Garry Moore. !9) Here Is Your City — "Education in St. Louis". (36) Mr. and Mrs. North— "Dead Man's Tale". 9:00—(4) 20th Century Fox Hour Spring (December Bride) Byin- ton, Terry Moore and Robert Sterling star in story "The Money Maker". A kindly old lady has a gift—that of making nearly perfect counterfeit one dollar bills. (5) This is Your Life — Ralph Edwards (9) American Album - The best of "Omnibus" series — "Architect Carl Coch designs, builds and furnishes a house for a typical family in "The Exclusion House". (36) Boxing - From Chicag* Stadium a 10 round light-heavy weight bout between Chuck Spei ser and \VilU Hoepner European champ. 9:25—(5) Political .. Democrait 9:30—(5) Rosemary Clooney — (NEW TIME) Guest tonight i: Jose Ferrer. (9) Community Forum — "State Issues in the Campaign" 9:4>-(36) News and Weather — Bruce Hayward 10:00—(4) Ozzle and Harriet — David's school art course pre scnts a problem to the Nelsoi family in the spisode "Christ mas in October". (5) I Led Three Lives- Richard Carlson stars as FBI Counterspy Herbert A. Philbricl (9) My Favorite Reading- John Rick of Eagle Scouts is guest. (36) Million Dollar Movie— Robert Preston and Cathy Downs star in the western "The Sun downers". 10:30—(4) Dangerous Assignment Brian Donlevy stars. "The Memory Chain Story". WEDNESDAY 660 KC RXOR (ABO) 630 Kt RMOX (CBS) 11*0 RC KWU (MBS) 18*0 HC £5 -6 7 8 10 M M JO 11 .to .IB JP Agnes (5) (5) Studio 57 Moorehead and June Lockhart are the stars of "Teacher". A young teacher and her experien ces in the mountains are told. 11:00—(4) News - Ed Brown News - Bob Hillie Weather - Dave Allen (5) Weather - Cliff St. James 11:15—(4) Movie - Dorothy La mour, Claire Trevor and Brian Donlevy star in a John J. Ma lone comedy - mystery movie "The Lucky Stiff". fa) Notre Dame Highlights Highlights of the Oklahoma game. (36) Weather - Mclntire 11:20—(36) Nitecap - Norman 11:45—(5) Movie — Maureen O'Hara and Adolphe Mcnjou star in "Never to Love". 12:30—(5) Weather 12:45—14) Thought for the Day THimSDAY, NOV. Ul A.M. 7:00—(4) Good Morning — Will Rogers, Jr. (5) Today - Dave Garroway. 8:00-(4) 8:55—(4) 9:00—(4) (5) (9) gins and p.m. 9:30—(4) Capt. Kangaroo News Garry Moore Ding Dong School In School Program be 121 M JS JO .a 2 3 New*: usw Buttne*5: Murttn Newt NotebooK: Hill Ball roots Newt Olgett Lowill Thoma* rt»« strut News: Soort* Man on the Go Morgan Benin One Man't Family Bob 9e Ray Show Ballroom News; Queen Roy Queen Bob Burne* Ed Murrow rir«t Five News Music: News X Minus One People Are Funny News Sport* BUI Crahl* Robert Q. Lewis Pick the Winner Sports; Allen Dav» Allen ** M Sports BUI Crable Election; News Heatter: Orel). Pottt. Other People Blng Crosby Washington & World Eyes of Faith News; Heatter Gabriel Heatter Gang Buster Newt Boxlni Crable: News Amos 'n Andy Musical Hour First Five News Newt Night Music Ballroom World New* Harr.v Fender Gil Melody Time News Newi Night Newt Sign U» Muite Music Hour News. Sport* News; Fender Harry Fender Rhythem Suit* Smooth Sailing Thought for Day THURSDAY John Roed«) Art's Notebook todayf Almanat AP New* Early Show Weather Early Show Newi Country Journal Sunrlte Salute Ozarh Vnrirtlea Weather Jack & Jerry Newt World New§ Weather. Tempos rune UB News Bruce Havward Weather Bruc* News Sporu Newt Art's Notebook Bruce Haywird World News News; Rex Dart* Clockwatcher Spojto Jack & Jerry Newi Ed WtlioD Newi World News Clock Watcher World News Ed Wllion New. Bandftand Breakfast Club Arthur Godfrey Ed WIUoc New« Bandstand Try. Story Gin Marrtet Whispering street Arthur Godfrey Kitchen Club Howard Miller Newt; Wllion Ed Wilson Bandstand Revu* News; Heatter Carl Mclntlrc Art's Notebook Carl Mclntlre Top Thirty Warren; New* Backitage Wilt Helen Trent Song!.; Newi New*: Revue Bandstand Revu* Newt News: Weather Playhouse Party Bruc* Hayward News: Headlines Ma Perkln« Dr. Malone Our Gal Sunday Jack ft Jerry New. Playhouse Party Queen tor a Da; Bruce Hayward Right to Happtnes* 2nd Mrs. Burton Nore Drake Entertainment Jack & Jerry News 5-Star Matinee Hilltop House Young'i Family Woman In House Mary McBrfde Carl Mclntlre Bruce Hayward Strike It Rich House Party I'hll Stevens Ed Wilson News: Wilsoe Ed Wilson Ballroom Phil Stevens Ma tine* I Jf M Carl Mclntlre Art's Notebook Carl Mclntlre News; Bonner Ballroom Matinee News: Matinee Matinee First Five Revu* Newt Bunker Hill Airman On 40-Day Leave • BUNKER- HILL— A2C George E. Knocke is spending a 40-day furlough at the home o£ brother-in-law and sister, and Mrs. Ralph Kahl. He been stationed in Alaska his Mr. has f or Area Project Brighton Host to Red Cross Blooclmobile Monday, Nov. 5 SPOTS FOR TUB DRAGON'S SKIN—Richard Parker paints spot.s in luminescent paint on fabric which will become the skin of the huge dragon entered in the Halloween parade by students at West Junior.—Staff Photo. Bloodmobile Collects 96 Pints in CalhounCounty The Pacific Ocean rovers 63, SCI,60S square miles statute. HARDIN — Monday's visit of the American Red Cross Bloodmobile to Hardin and Kampsville was considered successful. According to Mrs. Aug. Simon, blood program chairman, 96 pints of blood were donated, 64 at Hardin and 32 at KampsvlUe. Hardin had the .advantage of drawing donors from the entire south end of the county, besides the community itself. There will be another visit of the Bloodnio- bile in the spring. Several Calhoun citizens have given from one to two gallons of blood since the program was started a few years ago. When Friends Inquire Recommend Ihe SAVOY HOTEL Opposite Lfncoln-DotiKlM Sauaw DIAL 5-9775 POPULAR SAVOY CAFE IN CONNECTION Eldred KotM ELDRED. — Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holford were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holfofd, and brother, Herman, of East Eldred, and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Romaine Tate and children of Lomax, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jones and son, Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Handling and son. Bob, attended a wiener roast Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Shannon and family, east of Carrollton, The event marked the birthdays of Bob Handling, Bob and Maryln Shannaon, and Paul and Dickie Daum, which occurred during October. The Daum children's parents were also present. Mrs. Edward Ca merer of Eldred and her brother, John Shaw, and wife of Rockbridge returned Sunday from a week's visit at Fergus Falls, Minn., with their sister, the Miss Leroy Shaw. X) PARKING PROBLEMS AT ROXANA THEATRE TONITE - THURS, . FBI, Lnurrncc Harvrv - .Mary Urn "Storm Over the Nile" Color Cinemascope t'.lilf Perry Lope* • Beverly Garland "THE STEEL JUNGLE" 7:j!2 Selected Shorts Calhoun Lunch Program Is Almost Self-Supporting BRIGHTON' — Monday, Nov. 5! from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. the Red Cross Bloodmobile will be in Brighton at the American Legion Hnll. Mrs. S. V. Montague, president UcCll tMaliuuuu »»' ,ntci.iJi\« n^* the past two years and will re- of the American Legion Auxiliary, port to Shreveport. La., at the sponsor of »-• ••-" . . . .. i . I thp Rvifrht end of his furlough. Relatives that visited him at the Kahl home Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Henr- Picton and family of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Johnson and family of Chesterfield: Mrs. Russell Wood and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Welch and son, Edgar Knocke and Walter Knocke, all of Bunker Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Estell Boone and daughter of Gillespie; and Miss Deanna Dey of Plainview. Airs. Carl Schlogl of Corona. Calif., called and talked to her brother Sunday. Bunker Hill Notes BUNKER HILL — Mrs. Martha Wisch has returned to her home in Chicago after spending the past week at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr, and .Mrs. Paul Wisch and daughters. While nere Mrs. Wisch helped her granddaughter, Peggy Wisch, celebrate icr second birthday anniversary. Mrs. James H. Pennington has •eceived word that her husband las been sent to Fort Leonard Wood. Pennington left Monday morning for military service. In -Ladies Bowling League Monday night at the Bunker Hill Bowl, Seven-Up took two games from Meehan's Market; Burton's Sta- ion took three games from Hull's continues until 3:301 Hardware; Rigg Real Estate took two games from Knibb's Market; Pepsi Cola took two games from ONLY 1957 PHILCO TV GIVES YOU... Sound Out Front in all models—Picture* as much M 60% briifhtw with new Diamond D Power Plant-Automatic Top Touch Tuning—4-Way Remou. Control — New TV-Phonograph* - SUrUing new mastery of Sight and Sound! MODB 4)04, SHOWN ABOVI 229 VHF MAJOR ELECTRIC CO. i*. Dial 4-5661 Peter Lind Hayes Bandstand 10:00—(5) Home - Arlene Francis 10:30—(4) Strike It Rich 11:00—(4) Valiant Lady (5) Tic Tac Dough 11:15— (4) Love of Life 11:30—(4) Search for Tomorrow (5) It Could Be You 11:45— (4) Guiding Light THl'KSIM V A PTKlt.NOOX Noon—(4) Rec'allit & Win (5) Charlotte Peters 11':30—(3) As the World Turns 12:45— (4) News 12:50—14) Community Album 1:00—(41 Our Miss Brooks (31 Homemaking 1:30-14) House Party (3) Tennessee Ernie 2:00—i4) Big Pa)off (5i Matinee Theater — (COLOR) Eddie Cantor stars as a rueek brother of two strong- willed sisters who have squandered their inheritance left them and plan to do away with him when he receives his on his next birthday. "George Has n Birthday". 2:30-(4> Bob Crosby 3:00—(4) Brighter Day | (ai Queen for a Day i 3:13— (4) Secret Storm 3:30-14) Edge of Night 3.-4.V—(3) Modern Homancc-t, 4:CKJ—(4) (iil Ncvisome (5/5 Rut,s David 4:30-14)5 Fred Moegle la) Wa> house • Brian Cain Lumber Company. Mrs. Charles Fensterman has returned to her home here aller being discharged from SI. Francis Hospital, Litchfield. Mr. and Mrs. John DeVries of St. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klopmeier and son, Bill, visited ai the home of Mrs. Edward Olden- eitel and Mr. and Mrs. George Gugger Saturday evening. Mrs. Phillip Adcock, .Mrs. EC! ward Oldenettel and Mrs. George the visit, announces the Brighton area quota is 88 pints. To help meet the quota the neighboring towns of Medora, Shipman, Piasa, Bunker Hill will cooperate in the venture. Assisting Mrs. Montague in getting blood donors are Mrs. Oliver Isenberg, Mrs. Raymond Heidemann, Mrs. Lester Gaither, Mrs. Chloris Yost, Mrs. Stella Well, and Mrs. James Hughes. Members of the Auxiliary are in charge of the lunch served the blood donors. Anyone between 18 and 59, weighing at least 110 pounds and in normally good health, can give blood. Minors must have signed consent of parent or guardian. Blood used for medical purposes comes only from the human body. There is no other source for this precious material. In the St. Louis Red Cross Blood Region of which we are a part, 250 pints of blood must be averaged in collections each day to meet the needs of physicians and hospitals in this Region. Physicians have come more and more to depend on blood as a major life-saving weapon. Room Mothers BRIGHTON — The Room Mothers of the two Brighton grade schools will meet Monday at the grade school cafeteria at 7:30 p.m. Plans will be made for the bake sale to be held in connection with Unit 9 "open house" Nov. 16. Gugger visited with Mrs. William Brack-man at Wilsonville Tuesday. 11 Macoupin Youths Report For Induction. CARLINVTLLK — The following from Macoupin County left Monday for induction in the U. S. army, according to Miss Ruth Nantz, clerk of the local selective service board: James Pennington, Kokomo, Ind.; John Haley Jr., Carlinville; Donald Simpson, Springfield; Robert Taylor, Gillespie; Norman Ar/.ig, Mt. Olive: Will Suhling, Gillespie; Roger Miller, Girard; John Florek Jr., Wilsonville; Richard Petroline. Mt. Olive; Kenneth Ruyle, Gillespie; and Donald Kotzman, Staunton. Special Ballots CARLINVILLE — On Tuesday, Nov. 6, voters of Macoupin county will receive two "special ballots" with their regular ballot. The special ballots contain questions of voting the continuance of the "care and treatment law", and the "excess tax law" which were voted in 1940 in this county for a period of 15 years, and expire this year. One law gives the right to place tuberculosis patients in a San alorium to effect a cure —anc the other provides n fund for the "care and treatment" of tuberculosis patients. HARDIN. — The hot lunch program at the different centers of School Unit 40 is a big operation and it is almost self- supporting. Figures for September show, that 5,904 lunches were served! ^ the Hardin Cafeteria and 4,782 cartons of milk were sold Tor one cent each. The receipts for the month were 51,961.68 and expenses were $2,160. Oak Grove School' served 3S6 lunches and 814 cartons of milk. Receipts were SMI.11 and expenses $168.26. Kampsville served 1,982 lunches and 2.721 cartons of milk with receipts at i $723.15 and expenses S721.12. Batchtown's record was 1,452 lunches and 1,976 cartons of milk; receipts were S471.86 and expenses $390.04. At Michael, 1.068 lunches were served and 711 cartons of milk were sold. Receipts were S321.48, with expenses of $278.11. Hamburg served 822 lunches and 933 cartons of milk and the record there was $230.98 in receipts and expenses of $262.20. FBI To Investigate Anti-Catholic Letters DENVER f — The FBI has been ordered to investigate unsigned anti-Catholic letters circulated anonymously in the Colorado political campaign. U. S. Atty. Donald E. Kelley requested the FBI investigation and indicated grand jury action will follow. He said federal law was violated. The circular identified Catholic candidates for major state offices and endorsed their opponents as men "who will not accept orders .... from any foreign totalitarian authority." Corporal Vernon Surge becamr the U.S. Army's first enlisted air pilot in 1912. Gamow said such freezing could be possible, perhaps in not too many years. Small fry like this: bowls of cream of tomato soup sprinkled with popcorn. Family Night Tonight AUults 25c, Kiddies 2 for 25c Shown Ht 8:20 P. M. Doris IJn.v. Phil Carey "CALAMITY JANE" Tonight at 7:00—10:00 P. M. Dat>p C'larlt. Jnno Clay "MASSACRE" Thursday, Friday, Saturday THE LEATHER PAUL DOUGLAS'IOHN DEREK JODY LAWRANCE 'CESAR ROMERO Shown at 8:3S P. M. Only Chown at 7:00—9:55 P. BL Starts THURSDAY at STORY OF SYMPATHY AND INDISCRETION! ...from the •lore hit.' in CINEMASCOPE and METROCOLOR Shown 1:20 3:55 6:30 9:00 FROM THE FM.1ED STAGE H1TI-STARRING THE PLAYERS WHO CREATED THE BROADWAY ROLESI Deborah KERB • John KERB *ith Leif ERICKSON • Edward ANDREWS TODAY! LAST TIMES! ^aglEarFyr.?. •>^^^^>^p^^^^ViiWMBMP BIII V^* > ^'*T^ 3 • 1 0 I J * 41 6:io ^tcMM.coto.. 'IgjgpJ / 7 ;'° 9:10 „ The U. S. census bureau pre diets a net 1955-75 immigration into the United States of five million people. Read Tek-?raph Want Ads Daily in "Appearance Aherne stars and Reality". 4:50—1.4) Look, Listen, Learn 5:00— Mi Mickey Mou^c- Club (5.1 Wrangler's Cartoon • 36) Movie - Jimmy Wakely stars in "Moon Over Montana". 5;30—i5) Wild Bill UickiA— "Treasure Trail". TORCH CLUB DANCE Friday, November 2 9 to S .Mtmbm and Guests . $1.00 Per Couple American Legion Barn Befhqlto YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN Tonight and Thursday ickWidnw CINEM C«nlury-Fo> MK NWUSJaUUIVI-HKIT I01MID THE ClNBMASCOP£ Co>»' t. Of LUXE III tht «end> al 5USEOPHONIC SOUND Pin* Cartflorv—Kiddies Free«.Free Playground TWILIGHT MATINEE EVERY SUNDAY OPEN 6:30 ITONITE & THURS. START 7:00 WE'RE GOING ALL-OUT but FOR HALLOWEEN JEFF MORROW • FAITH DOMERGUE RfX REASON 6 SPOOKEROO .. .1 CARTOONS . Open 12:45—-SOc Till 5, Then 65c. Child ISc TODAY! This Was the Night ol the Tomahawk! JEFF DOROTHY CHANDLER • MALONE c- PLUS' -a WARD BOND KEITH ANDES LEE MARVIN • SYDNEY CHAPLIN 2:40 8:65 9:20 JUNGLE THRILLS Peter Loire CONGO CROSSING VUKJINI* MAYO • MOM4 NADER Al 1:10 4:2fi 7!AO WOODRIVER Open 6:30 TONITE ! EN ,;: :2nd HIT^s WEIRP ADVENTURE! SWAMP WUM Ai 8:50 CkMll Ml til* •mm - At 7:80 V^^B-^W Ml 111* mm

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