Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1958 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 15, 1958
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TUESDAY, JULY 15,1958 ALTOH T&L&G&APH Bobby Sisko Anxiously A waiting Barry MacKay It.....8? jEMtf CHICAGO (AP)-Of ad the per. nans awaiting We arrival at Bar< ry MaeKay at the 48th annual National Clay Court Tennis Tour- mmetrt, IS-yeatmld Bbtiby Siska of San Pfanciteo u the moat anx« Mm. MacKay and Mrs, Dorothy Head Knode, No. 1 women's seed, were m rout* tram other tournament! Monday as fee auburbin River Forest competition opened with four breezing put aecond-round opponents. Whitney Reed of Alameda, C«l- It., seeded third behind MacKay and Bernard (Tut) Bartttn of Dallas, whipped Gordon Fleming of Flint, Mich., H 84. Sammy Giammalva of Houston, No. 7 seed, blanked Robert Burnham of Mich' igan City, tod., 84), M. Grant Golden of Chicago and Mike Green of Miami Beach, No. 5 an) 6 seeds, defeated Robert Sorenson of Chicago, 64, «£, and Juan Devrm of Brussels, Belgium, 6-1, 7-5 respectively. , / Siska, who, like MucKay, drew a flMMwahd bye, said he cxjuMn't wait to face toe top-seeded slug* ger tram Dayton, Ohio, Bobby said he wanted to draw MacKay as an opponent more than anyone else because, "he plays the kind of slugging tennis I'm accustomed to on the West Coast hard courts." He recalled that MacKay is fresh from reaching the quarterfinals on last Wimbledon, England, courts and should be ready for a free-swinging match, Bobby in his short career, had a long background of whipping players ranked above him in age and ability. Comeback Trail Rocky, Reports Camelo Costal NEW VORK (AP) - At 24, tonne* teatherttelght contender Cftttnelo Costal is finding the wntebaek trail studded with rough, real rough," saW Crtita after he had outpointed At Wfl, * fellow New Worker, in a television 10-miftder at St. Nicholas Arena. "t das told that it's hard to come back after you've been away from boxing," he said, "bat 1 never dreamed it would be so hard." His fight With Tisi was Costa'g third since he was discharged from the Army last December* li was his second victory for a 32-7-5 record^ The officials scored unanimously for Costa. Firestone Complete Set THIS WEEK , ONLY! /First Line DELUXE CHAMPION Tube I ess or Tube Type NEW TREADS Applied en sound tlr* bodies or on yewr own tiros Any Size • • • Any Typo., at One Low Sale Price NOT TWO... NOT THREE. . . BLACKWALLS AWMk Nrfct AOO TO VOW ACCOUNT BUY POUR WHITIWALLS ANY SIZI TIM4WM* Nig lit BUG A ORIT FREE' • •* •• •• • A 4n VAW| YOURS FOR urrriho u§ IATITY INWCT YOUR TIRW FIRESTONE STORES 9121< HENDERSON BROS. SHCLL IKRVICI PAGE &LEVCN OLD STORAGE SPACE A stonup room *t the old Union stored. The building will be razed on site Storkge bttfldlng on State street Many of projected ftafta Building ft Loan strue- llttle rooms were on the upper floors ture.--Staff Photo, where furniture and other items were ^Council Is [elpf ul In Pennant Bid By JACK STEVENSON AModatod pr*M Sporto Writer SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—Danny O'Connell, a Milwaukee Brave castoff, is proving valuable to the San Francisco Giants in their un expected pennant bid. When injuries put the. seconc sacker out of the lineup from June 7 until July 4, the Giants for tunes sagged. They picked up on his return. "He's a value to us," declared Manager Bill Rigney. "Every time he runs onto that field he puts out 110 per cent." He's batting only about .255, but lis work around second has shown improvement and he handles assignments on double plays better than before. O'Connell feels the Giants can surprise even further and win the pennant in this first year at San Francisco. San Francisco beat the Braves two straight games but lost Monday 12-3 to drop one-half game below Milwaukee's league leading pace Is there any team he'd rather beat than Milwaukee "No. Not right now," he declared. O'Connell was cast off by the Braves last year before they won the world championship. Right Field Fence Will Be Shorter Next Year LOS ANGELES (AP) — To the delight of every left-handed swinger in the National League (pitchers excluded), the remote right- field fence in the Coliseum will be shortened next season. President Walter O'Malley of the Los Angeles Dodgers made the announcement at a news con- erence. The fence joins the stands beyond the rightfield foul pole, which is 301 feet from home plate. But the barrier falls back swiftly to a distance of 390 feet and is 430 feet from home at one point in right-center. Former N.B.A. Members Return To Pro Ranks HAZLETON, Pa. (AP) — Rochester and Baltimore, former members of the National Basket>all Assn., will return to the pro- essional ranks next season as members of the Eastern Pro Bas- cetball League. League President Harry dolph announced approval of the new franchises. The additions bring the eastern's membership o nine clubs. The circuit also has under consideration a franchise application from Allentown, Pa. Giants Ball Park Is Approved By Everyoen SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Su- •ervisors gave final approval Monday to a new ball park for he Giants and Mayor George Christopher immediately signed enabling ordinances. It will be nip-and-tuck whether he 15 million dollar project is completed before the start of the 9 National League season, con- ractor Charles Harney said. The supervivors voted 8-2 for construction of the 45,000-seat concrete stadium with the Giants as >all-playing tenants there for 35 rears. Furgol Will Drop Out, Result 01 Arm Injury HAVERTQWN, Pa. (AP) - Ed Furgol, who won the 1654 U. S. )pen despite a polio-withered left arm, «ay» he plan* to drop off the ull tournament golf circuit soon, Furgol, here for the National "rojessional Golfers Assn. chain- ilonshlp starting Thursday, said le has been putting too much train on hi» good arm since an ibow injury in an «uto accident several months ago. TV digest with John N. Jones Hospital Notes Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Ruby Woodfin, Moro. SURGICAL Mary Amistadi, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Lucille Miller, Hartford. Paige Baker, 497 California, East Alton. Mrs. Eleanor Oliva, 15 S. Main. Mrs. Anna'Mundy, Godfrey. Fred Jenkins, 85 Lorena. DISMISSALS Mrs. Ethel Schumacher, 456 George. Mrs. Margaret Medina, 509 Anderson, Alton. Samuel Doolen, Bethalto. Richard Grigg, Rt. 1, East Alton. Mrs. Shirley Ursprung, Bethalto. Mrs. Dorris Goodrich, Rt. 1, Edwardsville. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Jacob Cushman, 3526 California Mrs. .Jane Sugg, Sorento. Basil Gleason, 207 W. 13th. Mrs. Eva Hutchinson, Jerseyville Michael Schobernd, Godfrey. SURGICAL Mrs. Diamond Stavros, 2326 Ed wards. Mrs. Carolyn Shirack, E. Alton Eddie Joe Hotz, Grafton. Christine Hartmann, East Alton Marie Hartmann, East Alton. Joseph Bovvers, Eldred. Mrs. Geraldine Suhre, Bethalto. Mrs. Anne Shortal, Jerseyville Kenneth Campbell, East Alton. DISMISSALS Robert Robinson, 1407 Clawson, Joseph Gaither, 1311 Hampton. Teresa Hoots, Wood River. George Gaither, 1311 Hampton, David Fitzgerald, Roxana. Mrs. Pauline Wyatt, 1202 Fourth. David Brown. Grafton. Mrs. Mildred Farmer, 314 Mau rice. Mrs. Carol Creamer. 2931 Watalee Mrs. Madeline Bradstreet, Wood River. Stuart Leseman, Dorsey. St. Joseph's MEDICAL Joshua Caudle, 2516 Locust, . Mrs. Ovella Winston, 220 Madison Mrs. Laura Markovitch, 120 E. Penning, Wood River. John Carmody, Garrollton. Robert Johnson, 1706 Market. Mrs. Grace Nixon, Wood River. Mrs. Mary Johnson, 2514 Clawson Mrs. Beulah Revoal, 2010 Belle, Gentry Blair, 731 Sering. Janet Hamilton, 1041 Union. John Bennett, 107 Seventh. Robert Hicks, Rt. 1, Alton. SURGICAL Mrs. Martha Wood, Bethalto. E. N. Jacquin, Fairmount. Kline Grigsby, 514 Eleventh. Mrs. Anna Nownski. S. Roxana. DISMISSALS Mrs. Joyce Hale, 212 Marshall. Mrs. Ruby Chamberlain, Cottage Hill. Mrs. Juanita Robinson, 2415 Gillis Mrs. Lois Thompson, East Alton. Ben Amos, 2702 Amelia. Clifford Lyerla, Godfrey. Rainer Paust, 803 Alby. Mrs. Donna Neikirk, 635 Fifth. Mrs. Betty Johnson, Wood River. Mrs. Joydell Hedger, 1002 Seventh Franklin Wagner, Wood River. Silas Braxton, 2419 Elizabeth. Charles Glasper. 2516 Locust. Jersey fommimitM MEDICAL Mrs. Marvin Ford, Jerseyville. Mrs. lone Czaia, Fieldon. Mrs. Charles Godfrey. Godfrey. Urs. Enid Crotohett, Kane. Marvin Jsenberg, Palmyra. Urs. Alice Downs, Jerspyville. larold Kellerman, Hardin. Mrs. Donald VnnmiRdoll Kane. Straw U uiBd to cel*brat* rtrs. John Flaut(. Jerseyville. Mrs. John Sorincman. Jerseyville DISMISSALS Wayne Fundel, Jerseyville. Mrs. Jerry Rice, Jerseyville Carey Hitting .290, Has Finally Found Himself NEW YORK (AP) - Andy Carey never had it go good — as a New York Yankee, that is. At one time or another, the handsome California!) has been sent to the bench for weak hitting and as late as a couple of weeks bauk, Jerry Lumpe was the No. 1 operative at third base. But Carey, now in his sixth year as the sometimes-regular third baseman oj the Yanks, teems to have lound himself. A* of today, he wai hitting .290. 27 poiaU over hli UfeUin* average. This writer has just complete* two of the shortest weeks of an; year—vacation. Dancing and singing star of many movie and stage successes, Fre< Astaire will star in two specia full-hour live musical programs on NBC-TV next season. The programs mark the first time the famous screen star will appear in his own network show. First program wil be telecast Friday, October 17 ai 8 p.m. (CUT), and the second wil be scheduled in the Spring. Barry Wood who was executive producer of NBC's "Wide, Wide, World", has signed a producer's contract and will join CBS-TV effective July 28th. Wood will be returning to the network where he started as a producer some-ten years ago after a highly successful singing career as star of "Your Hit Parade." The championship heat of the 51st Gold Cup Race for unlimited hydroplanes at Lake Washington Seattle, Wash,, will be televised "live" on the ABC-TV network for the third straight year, Sunday Aug. 10th at 8:30 to 9:30 (CDT) Bill O'Mara and a staff of foui assistants will describe the race of 30 miles around the 3-miI course. The start of ABC's "Rough Riders" has been moved back to Oc tober 2nd at 8:30 p.m. (CDT) Previously it was announced to start on September 18th. Kent Tay lor, Jai) MerJJn and Peter Whitney will star in the series centering on three men who seek a new life in the West following toe Civil War. Tonight You might be interested in the repeat of the Cheyenne episode tonight which features John "Soldiers of Fortune" Russell. This episode was the idea for his new show "The Lawman" in which he ?lays a mature "graying" type of frontier marshal. "The Lawman" s scheduled to debut on ABC-TV this fail. Tonight's Program 6:00—(2) News—Hay ward (4) News—Max Roby (5) Weather Forecast 6:05— (4) (5) Sports 6:10—(4) Weather—Fontaine 6:15—(2) ABC News—John Daly (4) CBS News—Edwards (5) News—John Roedel 6:30—C2) Cheyenne — Cheyenne teams up with an ex-gunslingcr to deliver a large sum of money to one of the gunman's early victims in "The Empty Gun". (4) Name That Tune — Marilyn Rockafellow and James Kelly return for their $10,000 round. (5) Music Bingo 7:00—(4) Mr. Adams and Eve- Howard and Eve decide to split as a team in "Split Careers". (5) Shirley Temple's Storybook (SPECIAL) - Rex Thompson, Lorne Greene, Jane Mitchel and Joan Weldon star in "The Little Lame Prince". An injured prince is given a magic cloak by his fairy godmother svi<'< instructions to go into the world to find a dream, 7:30-(2) Wyatt Earp-Marshal Earp intervenes in a fight between two brothers owr a worn*. a», and unexpectedly finds him- The Telegraph'* Daily Radio Chart - TUESDAY RMO* (UBS) lit* tu. 12 4 ininam Busmen; w«n N«wl Harltneit: Hiti *•• SeotU DIMM Lowell Thofflai Newt; Sport* Man on tht O. a-sur Bxtft Life. th« worm J«ck Buck Bob Burnt Ed Murrott Oreat OHdtrtIM*. Muny Opera Harry Catty Cards-Milwaukee Niteilne Treasury o' Mtttlc i. ii ii Ntm Muiie Record Newt Starttm* JN«w* m Record Rallf Newt Startlme Night Mutle Newt Cardinal Scoreboard News Steve Rowan Harry Find«f Record Rtttf i» t* Newt WEDNESDAY John Rocdel Newt Today't All Newt Country Journal Jim BuUw Wtattwr Jack * Jerry tt ft Newt Newts Day Farm Newi Rev. Floyd Bob Day Newt Weather Tune Up Newi World Newt Newt: Weather Clockwatcher Sports Jack * Jernr Newa Newt Sporti; Da? Newi; Day Bob Day Newa Sporte Newa Time. Tempoa World Newi; Davto Clotkwalchet Jack * Je .ft» Newi Bob D Newt My True Story Banditand Arthur Godfrey Jack * Jerry Newi Newi, Hurley Hurley. Musi* Tello Quis Ann. Tim* Banditaud Playhouie Part? Arthur Godfrey Houiewlvet LeatM Shopping Basket Newi Shopping Baiket Newi News- Muile OK Bandstand ii ii Bars *in counter Newi; Party Playhouie Party Warren; Newt Backitage Wife Helen Trent Sonn; Newt Shopping Baiket Newi Shopping Baiket Newi Newt; Mutta Country Ttra. Myrtle Oaloee Newi Weather Playhouie Party Newi: Headline* Ma Perklni Dr. Malone Road of Life Reed FarreU Newt Newt Farm * Market Amatlni One* dub Newt Newe True Confenlone One Man'i Family Dr. Gentry Wendy Warren 2nd Mri. Burton Coupie Next Door Nora Drake Reed Parrel) jjT'L. Bob Day Newi Newi 5-Star Matinee Woman In Houte Young's Family Just Entertainment Houiegarty Reed Fan-til Newi Newt, MutM Meyer Newi: Mclntlre Carl Mclnttre Houiewlvei Leatua Tack Buck Gil Newiom* Newi; Muile OK Ballroom Newi qarl Mclntlre Jack Buck Newi oil Newiome Newi Newi; Muile OK Ballroom self faced with the decision to kill or be killed. (4) Keep Talking — (DEBUT)—New -panel quiz game with Joey Bishop, Ilka Chase, Danny Dayton and the comedy team of Mike Nichols and Elaine! may and ventriloquist Paul Winchell on the panel. Monty Hall is emcee. 8:00—(2) Broken Arrow Jet- lords and Cochise rescue an Apache from outlaws in "Kingdom of Terror". (4) Tell The Truth—Ozzie Nelson joins the panel. (5) Dotto—David Huschle returns. 8:30—(2) Pantomime Quiz—Marguerite Piazza and Forrest Tucker are guest charaders. (4) Spotlight Playhouse — Kim Spaulding stars in "Man in a Hurry". (5) Bob Cummings—When Margaret goes on a trip, Bob hires a maid and two girls show up for the job. (9) The Finder — "Riverboat Race". 9:00—(2) March of Medidne — "Alcoholism: The Revolving Door". (4) Bid—'n Buy — Walter Freund returns to bid for further prizes. (5) The Californians — Wayne outwits corrupt officials as he cleans up the city's police force in "The Street". 9:30—(2) Damon Puny on Thea^ tre—Adele Jergens and Kent Taylor star in "Judy the Jinx" (4) Dick Powell Playhouse (5) Studio 37 (9) Painting—"The Man of Sorrows" 10:00—(2) (4) News, Weather (5) Whirlybirds (9) See The World 'Franco". 10:15—(2) Age of Comedy (4) Eye on St. Louis 10-30—(2) Channel 2 Theatre — William Gargan, Janis Carter: "Night Editor" (1946) Drama. (4) The Late Show—Rob ert Montgomery, Chester Morris: "The Big House" U930> Drama. (5) News, Sports, Weather 10:45—15) Welcome Aboard il:00—(5) Jack Paar — Zsa Zsa Gabor, Cliff Arquette and seven foreign entries in the Miss Universe Contest are guests. .l:45-(2) I Spy 2:00—(4) Late News Roundup (5) News at Midnight 2:05— (5) Movie Museum 2:15— (2) The Passerby (4) Ac-lion Playhouse 2:30—(5) Weather Report 2:43—14) Give Us This Day WEDNESDAY, JULY l«th A.M. 6:25-(4) Give Us This Day Town and Country Morning St. Louis Today Camera Two Cartoon Time CBS Morning News Homemaking Romper Room For Love or Money Dough Re Mi Play Your Hunch Treasure Hunt Animal Land Arthur Godfrey Time The Price Is Right Romance Theatre — Ryan, Joan Fontaine: to Be Bad" (1930) 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) (4) (5) Robert "Born Drama. 10:30—(4) (5) 11:00—(4) (5) (4) (5) SERVICE Dotto Truth or Consequences Love of Life Tic Tac Dough Tom Dailey Search for Tomorrow It Could Be You (COL OR) .:45-(4) Guiding Light WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00—(4) News—Max Roby Charlotte Pelers Buddv Moreno Show Cartoon Club As The World Turns Trouble With Father Beat The Clock Boston Blackie Susie House Party Haggis Baggis (COL- (5) L2:05-(4i 12:30—(2) (4) l:00-(2) (4) (5) l:30-(2) (4) (5) OR) 2:00—(2) (4) (5) 2:30-<2) (4) (5) 3:00—(2) (4) (5) 3:15-14) News of Area Men In Armed Forces SECOND CLASS ADIMAN LE8. JE GENE BRAMLEY, 20, SOW of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Bramley of 344 Lorena Ave., Wood River, s home on a 15-day leave. Sunday he will return to Traverse Air Base, Calif., where he is stationed. Aii-man Bramley was graduated from East Alton-Wood River Community High School in 1955. Before entering the service h« attended Shurtleff College and St. Louis School of Pharmacy. Sp.3. EVERETT WILSON, who has been stationed in Germany for two years is on a vacation tour of Europe and North Africa. His trip has included a visit to the World's Fair in Brussels. He is scheduled to sail for America July 29. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tillmon Wilson o' 2116 Salu St., expect him to be home by the end of August. Another son, Sp.3. Tillmon Wil. son, stationed at Halloman Ait Force Base, New Mexico, will b« discharged about the same time as his brother. Life With Elizabeth Big Payoff Today Is Ours Coffee Break Verdict Is Yours From These Roots American Bandstand Brighter Day Queen for a Day Secret Storm 3:30-(2) Who Do You Trust (4) The Edge of Night 3:45— (5) Modern Romances 4:00—(2) American Bandstand (4) S. S. Popeye (5) My Little Margie 4:30-(4) The Early Show — Errol Flynn, Brenda Marshall: "Footsteps in the Dark" (1941) Comedy (5) Amos 'n Andy 5:00-(2) Wild Bill Hickok (5) Wrangler's Club 5:30— (2) Mickey Mouse Club 5:45-(5) NBC News — Huntley- Brinkley Report Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" This is RUSS 6ENSON WOKZ Program Director Inviting You To Visit WOKZ DURING OUR OPEN HOUSE All This Week - 9 a.«. to 9 Drop in anytime-day or ovonbtf •ring KM Family-cento «• yen Ml Wt « v f t'isM A «&•

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