WEDNESDAY, .JULY 9, 1§8S ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAQSTWSNTtONl The TckprapV* Daily Radio Chart WEDNESDAY UB <MN» •Mil* KttOft (CM) UN IUJ (MM) tin it WIIRS ftC H i Wo. Win ThOfflM N**l; ftf/OHs Religious Muite OK Ballroom FflfTwU Watttr CfOAMtS Newt cijk Music papia A£ NlgtliM AftM -1), Al«|» K8bt, Q. JLtWtt' Fcrrtii •I M NCwl •tin on •and M N H«cord ftalty .1 M N««f ppr worn Ntwa ftavs ftAwaa furry PaM<* N«WS JoRn THURSDAY cmiatry mqaai «* wr-^ N?k fawr, 'arm OaT 1*7 AST HurW Tuna U» Ntwt ockwi Oavft jack a, J.rrr My. Ntwt: Ntttl Sporta " Ntw» . Tlmt. Tamimt Clockwatcher Sport*; Day N«w»; Day Bob Day N.W.. Ob Di, Ncwi Tru. Stonr Arthur Godfray Jack ft J-m Ncwi News: Hurley Hurley; Music Telia Cult Ann. Time Buditaatf ud Ntwt . WhUptrtng Itratia / Grant Wmtamt Howard Miller Shopping Baikal Newt Shopping Baiktt Newt Newt: Muile OK Bandstand Guesilni Gama Bargain Counter Ntwit Part* Hay.hoiiM Pf 'V* Nawt; Warns Backstage W!f» Helen Trial Songs: Ntwt Shopping Btikit Newi Shopping Baikal. Newt News Country Time Myrtle Galnes Newt Weather _ Wayjiouse Party Tint Confessions, Ona Man's Family Dr. Gaatry _ Newt: Hetdllnei Ma Perklnt Dr. Malone " Road of Llfa Reed Farell Newt News; Music Farm ft Market Amazing Grace Club News Newt 3-Star Matinee Woman In House Young's Family Wendy Warren and Mrs. Burton Couple Next Door Nora Drake , Just Entertainment Houseparty RiadFaraU Newt News: Day Bob Day Help Neighbors Bob Day Reed Farall News; Music Meyer Newt News, Cart M (elntlra HousewlvM Jack Buck League GU Newtoma Newt News; Music OK Ballroom CfrlMcIntlrt w '•» Newi Jack Buck Gil Newtoma Newt News; Music OK Ballroom TV digest with John N. Program 6:00—(2) News—Hayward (4) News—Max Roby <5) Weather Forecast 6:05—'(4) (5) 'Spbrta " 6:lfl—(4) Weather—Fontaine 6:15—(2) ABC Newa—John Daly (4) CBS News—Edwards (5) News—John Roedel 6:30—(2) Disneyland (4) Sing Along (5) Wagon Train 7:00— (4) Leave It To Beaver 7:30—(2) Tombstone Territory (4) Theatre (5) Father Knows Bert 8:00—(2) Ozzie and Harriet (4) The Millionaire (5) Kraft Mystery Theatre—(COLOR) 8:30—(2)' President Eisenhower (SPECIAL) N (4) I've Got a Secret (9) Sing Hi—Sing Lo 8:45-(9) A Number of Thing! 9:00—(2) Boxing (4) U. S. Steel Hour (5) It Could Be You— (9) From Hayden to Hi-Fi 9:30— (5) Harbor Command (9) Heritage 9:45—(2) Famous Fights 10:00—(2) News, Weather (4> Ten O'clock Report (5) The Big Story (9) French Thru TV 10:10—(4) Weather—Fontaina 10: IS—(2) Age of Comedy (4) Eye On St. Louis 10:30— (2) Channel 2 Theatre 11:45— (2) 12:00— (4) 12:05—(5) 12:15—(2) (4) 12:30—(4) 1:00—(4) Confidential Fila Newt at Midnight Movie) Museum - (4) (5) Weather 10:45— (5) The Late Show News, Sports, Sleepy Time Gal Jack Paar Show Late Newt Roundup Action tPlayhousa Give Us 'This Day THURSDAY, JULY 10th 'A.M. 6:25—(4) Give Us This Day Town and Country Morning St. Louis Today Camera Two Cartoon Time CBS Morning Mews Wilma Sims Kitchen Romper Room For Love or Money Dough Re Mi Play Your Hunch Treasure Hunt Animal Land Price Is Right Romance Theatre Dotto Truth or Conse- 6:30—(4) 7:00—(4) (5) 8:30—(2). 8:45—(2) 8:50— (4) 8:55—(5) 9:00— (2) (4) (5) 9:30—(4) <5) 10:00-(2) (5) Love of Life ' Tic Tac Dough Tom Dailey Show Search for Tomorrow It Could Be You— 10:30— (4) (5) quences 11:00—(4) (5) 11:30—(?) (4) (5) (COLOR) 11:45— (4) Guiding Light AFTERNOON Noon—(4) News and Weather (5) Charlotte Peters 12:05—(4) Buddy Moreno Show 12:30— (2) Cartoon Club (4) Ac The World Turns 1:00—(2) Trouble With Father i (4) Beat the Clock (5) Boston Blackle 1:30— (2) Susie (4) House Party (5) Haggis Baggls— (COLOR) 2:00—Life With Elizabeth (4) Big Payoff Today It Ours Coffee Break Verdict Is Yours From Them Routs American Bandstand Brighter Day •on fatUaf her ratio WhM ski Mile* WBKR'S TV * A(*|»llANCeS. Owr a»aflrtf Have t|i» "kiwvlww 1 * w n« ratio* aart in* lip'tep store la a llffy, Aat «nr pHca* are rea«m»M«. Call m *»«a you aaej Del*. (5) 3:30-<2) (4) (5) 3:00-<2> (4) (5) 3:15—(4) 3:30— (2) (4) 3:45—(5) 4:00-(2) Queen for a Day, Secret S)orm Trust Your Wife? Edge of Night Modern Romances American Bandstand Waa4 Mvar By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B Milwaukee .... 40 33 .548 San Francisco .41 36 .532 St. Louis ....... 37 35 .514 Philadelphia ...-,36.35 .507 Chicago 39 39 .500- 3% Cincinnati 36 37 .493 4 Pittsburgh i... 36 41 .468 8 Los Angeles ... 33 42 .440 8 Wednesday Game Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N) Only'game scheduled Tuesday Result American League All-Stars National League All-Stars 3 Only game scheduled Thursday Garnet Pittsburgh at Chicago (2) Philadelphia at St. Louis (N) Milwaukee at Los Angeles (N) Cincinnati at San Francisco (N) AMERICAN LEAGUE w. L. Pet. G:B 25 37 37 37 40 39 40 45 .658 .507 .507 .500 .481 .480 .467 .408 11 11 13 13 14 New York 48 <ansas City ... 38 Boston 38 Detroit 37 Cleveland 7 Chicago ....... 6 Baltimore 35 Washington ... 31 Wednesday Game Cleveland at New York Only game scheduled Thursday Games Cleveland at New York (2, day- night) * Chicago at Boston (N) Kansas City at Baltimore (2 twi night) Detroit at Washington) (N) (N) (4) S. S. Popeye (5) My Little Margie 4:30— (4) The Early Show (5) Steve Donovan 5:00-(2) Woody Woodpecker (5) Wrangler's Club 5:30— (2) Mickey Mouie Club 5:45— (5) NBC News—Hunt* ley-Brinkley Report. Valdes, Carter Meet Tonight In TV Bout SPOKANE (AP)-H«re1d C§f- fer of Linden, N. J.. and Cuba's Nino Valdes meet tonight in a heavyweight match. Carter, 24, fresh from a decision over Wllll Besmanott of Germany last month, is rated a slight favorite in the TV 10-rounder. Hit c«mp has talked confidently of knocking Nino out. Valdes has a three-bout winning streak going but he ii also going on 34 years* of age and needs a good performance here to keep himself in the running for Floyd Patterson's title. Carter is expected to come in at 194, Valdes at 211. Carter, who has scored 10 knock' outs in 27 lights, brings a 23-2-2 record into the ring in hit second match after a year in the Army. Big Nino has won -44, lost 15 and had 2 draws. He has 32 knock' outs to his credit. Carter is rated the No. 5 con- tendec by the National Boxing Assn. and Valdes No. 8. ABC will telecast at 10 p. m. EOT. Bilko On 1st As Alston Seeks Hitting LOS ANGELES (AP) — Manager Walt Alston is going to his bench again in an effort to put some punch into the light-hitting Los Angeles Dodgers, who open a three-game series with Milwaukee tonight. . Heartened by the hitting of Norm Larkcr after the rookie first baseman was called on to replace the slumping Gil Hodges, Alston is turning to another reserve, first baseman — Steve Bilko. The burly Bilko, acquired in the Don Newcombe trade with Cincinnati, takes over first base tonight with Larker shifting into left field. Jim Gilliam, who has been Alston's left fielder most of the season, will join Hodges on the bench. "We need punch," said Alston, 'and maybe Bilko's the guy who can give it to us. I'm aware of Steve's home run hitting for the Los Angeles Angels. I just hope he can hit some for us. He'll get a real try. This won't be any one- day proposition." ' . Dodger rookie Stan Williams j (3-3) will be the starting pitcher j tonight, facing Brave rookie Carl 1 Willey (2-1). Hearings Start On Sports Bill By 40H9T CHAftWtCK WASHINGTON (AP) - Senate hearings start today on a bill to exempt major professional sports from the antitrust laws. Mickey Mantle, Ted Williams and Stan Musial are among the lead-off witnesses. TtVe.initial hearing by the Senate antitrust and monopoly subcommittee will also hear Casey Stengel, manager of the New York Yankees, Robin Roberts of the Philadelphia Phillies and Eddie Yost of the Washington Senators, player representatives for the National and American leagues. After today's hearing ^on the House-passed -bill, the subcommittee lans to recess until next week, ' The legislation covers professional football, basketball and hockey as well as baseball. It would exempt from antitrust restrictions player drafts, contract options, trades, territorial rights and other practices in the four sports. It would not apply, however, to such commercial activities as ticket sales and ball park concessions and rentals. The measure, strongly backed by club owners, is the outgrowth of a Supreme Court ruling that professional football, unlike baseball, is subject to the antitrust Typographical Error PLAIN VIEW, Minn. WP>—In thej parish bulletin oiE, : ;St." Joachim's Roman Catholic church here, it was announced that a Maryknoll priest was coming to speak on the order's magazine, "Maryknoll —the Field Afar." By a typographical slip, the name came out, "Maryknoll—the Fiend Afar." Charcoal ( POUND UU C 3 Limit wlHi $2.00 Gas FurclMSt GOLDEN RULE ServiVe Station 1 Milt Nwlfc *f Alton Turn to HFC for money service you can trust HFC. Ammrim'i oldfrt and Urgwt consumer finance company, has haoojmakioi prompt loans, in privacy, 40 8,000,000 people a yaar. At HFC you can borrow up to WOO, Uk« up to 24 months to repay on terms you select. If you Mad a loan, phone or stop in today. Kodfrn mon«y aarvfe* toctaf tiy tf 0w«' niter tenet OUSEHOID FINANCE iaa w. HIM *•*, Wins Feature, Rides 4 Winners CHICAGO (AP) -Jockey Clarence Meaux brought in four winners at Arlington Park Tuesday, including the featured race, the Lake Zurich Purse of $4,300. Meaux had to bring Battle Hill from far back In the stretch to whip Pineapple, the second choice ifi the Lake Zurich event. Battle Hill paid $7.60. Meaux started his string of victories wJth Cal Sign at $18.60 in the firsrhalf of a $271.80 daily double. He hit again in the fifth with Cabbage Willows at $13.40. and in the eighth with .Tutors Heart at $17.80. Bernard Baruch, 88-year-old "elder statesman," once said, "To me, old age is always 13 years older than I am." laws. The decision implied that other professional sports also have no exemption. Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn), chairman of the Senate subcommittee, has said that the bill as passed by the House is too broad. He said he was inclined to favor the approach taken by a bill sponsored by Rep. Emanuel Celler (D-NY) but rejected by the House. It would have exempted from antitrust restrictions only practices found to be "reasonably necessary" to the sports. Porterhouse Retired, After Leg Injury INQLEWOOt), Calif. (AP) — Porterhouse, world record holding stakes star, has suffered a fractured split bone in his right front leg and will be retired to stud. The 7-year-old Porterhouse was injured last Friday in the American Handicap at, Hollywood Park. Porterhouse set the world record of 1:02 2-5 for five and one half furlongs in winning the Hollywood Express last year. His life- lime earnings total $519,430. Sound Alarm Now Says Track Expert LOS ANGELES (AP) - A track expert who has coached all over the world says Russja will surpass the United States in athletic achievements in another 10 years. "We should sound the alarm now," said Jim McGregor in an interview Tuesday. "If we don't we are in for a terrific walloping before we wake up." McGregor, who has conducted coaching clinics in Africa, Europe, Latin America and south America, recently spent 10 days in Russia observing their training methods. Included are "Time of the Cuckoo," "Clearing in the Woods," "Bird Cage" and "Home of the Brave." All but the last are being revised. rarrollton to Clone CABROLLTON — Business houses of Carrollton will be closed Thursday, July It, for the Greene County Agricultural Fair, according to plans made Monday evening at the second meeting of the newly - organized Carrollton Business Men, of which A. J. Sicmer is president, Bnshnelt Funeral Monday CARROLLTON. -Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah C. (Kate) Bushnell were held Monday at 2:30 p.m. at the Baptist. Church in Eldred with the Rev. John Finnan officiating. Hymns were sung by Mrs. W. Moss and Mrs. John Finnan with the Mrs. E. Havelka playing the piano accompaniment. The pallbearers were Emert Johnisee, Clyde Johnisee, Leslie Bushnell, Bud Bushnell, Paul Davidson and Howard Ruyle, and interment was in the Eldred Cemetery. To Speak at 4-H Camp CARROLLTON. - Miss June Morris, an International Farm Youth Exchangee from England, who Is spending a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. William Strang, will speak Wednesday evening to the campers at the Western Illinois 4-H Club camp at Lake Jacksonville. She will speak and show pictures of her home land. She will be accompanied to Jacksonville by Mrs. Ethel Belote, county home adviser. Sk^*M Bira|[cii Miffifcfit «t the Greene County Home'%wrt»a budget ct/mmlttee met to « Winning session Tuesday afternoon In the Greene Gotmty Farm Bureau Hall,- Members of the committee are Mrs. Prank Kuhnline, Mri. George Daniel*, both of ^Carroll* ton; Mrs. Lee Witt and Mrs. Faye Melvin. both of Greenfield, and Mrs. Ruby GlossOp 6f White Mall, Sub-District Contest CARROLLTON. - The annual sub-district Share the Fun Festival will be held Thursday eve* ning in Plttsfield. Greene county will be represented by four win* ning acts at the Greene County Share the Fun Festival. Roger Arras of the Oakland 4-H Club will do a master of ceremonies acts and a square, dance team, also from the Oakland Go* Getters Club, will appear on th« program. The leaders of the club are Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ford. "Lion Tamer Wanted" Is th« title of the stunt which will b« presented by the Patterson Prissy 4-H Club of which Mrs. Phyllis Hallock and Mrs. Ruth Koonta are leaders. Another stunt, "Pokey Huntus," will be presented by a group from the Carrollton Busy Bees 4-H Club, of which Henry Rawe of this city and hip daughter, Mrs. Martin Schwab, of Jerseyville, are leaders. A South African publishing house is in the market for American do-it-yourself guides. LIFETIME GUARANTEE Ask us about it! Here are buy-now savings you can't afford to miss! 60th ANNIVERSARY we're celebrating with the LOWEST PRICE THIS YEAR on our biggest seller in the popular 6.70 x 15 size. <8> SUPER-CUSHION by GOOD/YEAR 95 NEW LOW PRICE t.70xlS»licliwill tate'tyst iiui i» ud racist iM* lire You can be sure of this-^-you're courting trouble if your tires are worn thin. We can replace your dangerous smoothies at an unbelievably small cost, thanks to Goodyear's 60th Anniversary prices—the lowest in months! Take the 3-T Super-Qushion for example. It's a value all the way. 3-T Cord Body for superior strength. Exclusive Stop-Notch tread design for tight traction in any direction. 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