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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, AUGUST 13,1956 MONDAY EVENING 8:00—(4) News - Keath (5) Weather • Puppets (36) Sports • Jack Drres 6:(&— (5) Sports - Ingham 6:10—(4) Weather - Carmlehapl 6:15—(4) Les Paul & Mary Ford (5) News • Roedel <3fi) News . Daly reports from Chicago 6:20-.(4) Torch Parade 6:30-(4) Robin Hood - The Sheriff's boots sets up a rivalry between the village of Red ford and the town of Nottingham. Redford bootmakers claim to have softer deer hides than those Nottingham. (5) Gordon MacRae (36) News and Weather 6:4»—(5) News Caravan - John Cameron Swayze from Chicago (36) Sacred Heart Program 7:00— (4) Burns and Allen - Ron nie studies Jose Ferrer's voice for his drama course and Georg< overhearing it, thinks they have "a genius in the family. (5) Ernie Kovacs • Yma Sumac, singer; and Boris Kar 1off are guests tonight with Er nie, Edie Adams, Al Kelly and comedian Henry Lascoe and Bar bara also on hand. (36) Dotty Mack Show — Top tunes ol the week are pre sented in pantomime style. 7:30—(4) Talent Scouts - God frey goes on vacation next weel and Bob Crosby will me the program from Hollywood until Sept 17th. (36) Voice of Firestone — Program: "Be A Clown' "Waltzing C a t"; "Beautifu Galatea"; "Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair"; "Amor Amor"; "Vesti La Giubba" from Pagliacci; "Thunder anc Blazes" and "Girl That I Marry", Brian Sullivan, tenor, jour Howard Barlow, the orchestra and chorus. 8:00-(4) Charlie Farrell — A French gourmet and his beautiful daughter throw the Racquel Club into a turmoil and the Chef threatens to go back to France with them. (5) Medic - The change- of-life period for a woman is treated in tonight's story "When I Was Young." A middle-aged woman becomes irritable and nervous which prompts family quarrels when her family fails to understand. (9) America's Town Meet- Ing o! the Air—(SPECIAL) Gunner Back, newsman, hosts this panel show. Topic: "Labor Today". (36) Reporter's Roundup- Sen. William F. Knowland is guest with Robert F. Hurleigh as moderator. «:30-(4) (5) (36) Democratic Convention (SPECIAL) Tonight's session; Address—Paul M. Butler; Film—Democratic Party; Film Narrator—Sen. John F. Kennedy; Keynote Address — Gov. Frank Clement; Address- Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt; Songs- Frank Sinatra; Commentators include: John Daly for ABC; Walter Cronkite lor CBS; and Chet Huntley for NBC. 9:00-(9) Big Picture 9:30-0) A Land To Be Free —Dr. Howard Peckham, host in this series of historical episodes is from the Univ. ol Mich. Story ol the founding ol Detroit by For Fast TV Service Bring your Mt to our chop in th* morning. Pick up before 6 P. M. Square Deal Shop ItO K. Broadway Ph. 5-9411 WE REPAIR *.»? Mat* •! 'WASHEBS — OKVERS, OAB * KLECTHIU BANOBS 'Ml mmt B«»»nd»bl» Strrle*. W« Arc A* CUtt At V«lr T«l«»bt»»e. DIAL t-7511 WEIER'S TV AND APPLIANCES «$M STATB ST. 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(36) Boxing — From St. Nick's Arena conies the 10 round lightweight bout between Carlos Ortiz and Tommy Salem. 12:15—(5) Weather (36) Weather • Mclntire 12:43—(4) Thought for the Day TUESDAY, AUG. 14th A.M. 7:00—(4) Good Morning, originating from Chicago. (5) Today - Garroway hosts show from Chicago 8:00—(4) Capt. Kangaroo 8:55—(4) News 9:00—(4) Of All Things (5) Ding Dong School 9:30—(4) Arthur Godfrey (5) Homemaking 10:00—(n) Home, Arlene Francis 10:30—(4) Strike It Rich 11:00— (4) Valiant Lady (5) Tic Tac Dough ll:15-(4) Love of Life 11:30—(4) Search for Tomorrow (5) It Could Be You 11:45—(4) Guiding Light TUESDAY P. M. Noon—(4) (5) (36) Democratic Convention • (SPECL\L) - Day session is devoted to the women Democrats and the Young Democrats — Address—David Bunn, President of Young Democrats; Address—Katie Louchheim, Director of Women's Activities; Panel Discussion — Democratic Congresswotnen; Commentators include Quincy Howe and John Daly for ABC; Ed Murrow and Walter Cronkite lor CBS; Bill Henry, David Brinkley and Chet Huntley for NBC. 3:00~(4) Brighter Day (5) Queen for a Day (36) Afternoon Film Festival - "Once a Jolly Swagman" makes its TV debut Dirk Bogarde and Bonar Colleano star. A young man sets out on a career of motorcycle racing against the wishes of his parents and girl friend. 3:15—(4) Secret Storm 3:30-(4) Edge of Night 3:45—(5) Modern Romances 4:00—(4) Gil Newsome (5) Russ David Show (36) The Ruggles - Comedy 4:30—(4) FredMoegle (5) Playhouse - "Escape from the Past." (36) The Way 4:50—(4) Look, Listen, Learn 5:00—(4) Mickey Mouse Club (5) Wrangler's Club (36) Movie: Eddie Dean stars in the western "Driftin River." 5:30—(5) Roy Rogers Show — "Violence in Paradise Valley" Netivorks Plan Full Coverage Of Convention By CHARLES MERCER NEW YORK <Jft-The major television and radio networks plan complete coverage of the Democratic National Convention in Chicago this week. National political convention schedules used to be as flexible as accordions. But this year both parties have promised to reduce verbiage and generally stream line their activities. If there are changes in plans, the networks will revise schedules to meet them at the last moment. If everything goes according to plan, however, day sessions will oegin at 1 p.m. (all times listed Here EST) on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. There will not be a daytime session on Wednesday. On Monday and Tuesday ABC radio and ABC-TV, CBS radio anc CBS-TV, NBC radio and NBC-TV will begin broadcasting at 1 p.m and continue to the end of the day session, which is estimated as 2:30 p.m. on Monday and p.m. on Tuesday. Mutual will begin broadcasting at 12:30 p.m. on these two days. On Thursday and Friday ABC radio, ABC-TV, CBS radio and CBS-TV will begin broadcasting at 1 p.m. NBC radio, NBC-TV anc Mutual will begin broadcasting a The Telegraph's Daily Radio Chart MONDAY KSD (NBO> 630 KC KXOH (ABC) 630 KC RMOX (CBS) 1120 HI) KWft (MBS) 1S80 HO V. M. .1.1 x .48 .00 7 8 9 10 11 :6 7 8 9 N. E. MARY Upholstering, Slip Covers and Cvmpiti* L4n» ol fabrics UVKH a» VKAM IN Ai/JO* eati Auiy n - PU *KW ft-P-E-C-l-A-Lj Jumbo Hambur(irs 3 - 50 e •fa Curb 8?r%'U'«s — Open 10:80 A.M. 'til 2 A.M. FOSTER'S OKIVK. IN 334 Uood Utter Ave. Wood Klver 10 11 12 4 Bob Inghom Freddy Merlin News Notebook; Hits News: Sports Man on th« Go NPWS One Man's fanny Bob & Ray Show News; Ballroom Ballroom Ballroom Ballroom New*; Matlne* Mutlnee Harr.v Carty Lowell Thorn**; New*; Queen Roy Queen Bob Burn** Ed Murrow first Five News rirst New» Henry J Taylor Voorhees Orchestrt Music Contract* IJem. Convention Spoils Barlow Orchestra Bin* Crosby Talent Scouts Snorts; D Allen Dave Allen Cecil Brown Dave Allen News Bill Crnbl* Musical Hotlf Dem. Convention New* Hettter Sports Dem. Convention New? Bill Crab!* Ballroom Ballroom World News News Night Musle News Sign Oft Music Hour News; Sports World News Record Belay Diamonds tn Muiio ., ,» M Surf 'n Sirloin Thought for Day TUESDAY John Roedel Art's Notebook Today's Almarme AP News Early Show Weather Early Show News Country Journal Salute Oznrk Varletlei Weather Jack * Jerry News Jack & Jerry News News Weather Tune Up Tim* News Bruce" Hayward Weather Bruce Hayward World Newa Rex Davis Clockwatcher Sports Jack & Jerry AP Newa Ed Wilson Show News News SporU News Art's Notebook Bruce Hayward Newt Bruce Hayward World News Clockwatcher Newi Ed Wilson Newa Bandstand Breakfast Club Arthur Godfrey Ed Wilson Newt Bandstand Queen for a Day True Story Girl Marrie* Whispering Street* Arthur Godfrey Kathy Godfrey Howard Miller News; Wilson Ed Wilson Bandstand Revue Carl Mclntir* Art's Notebook News; Weather Top Thirty Wendy Warren Kitchen Club Helen Trent Our Gal Sunday News; Revu» Gil Newsome New* Dtm. Convention Bruce Hayward Record Relay Dem. Convention News; Hayward Bruce Hayward Nora Drake Entertainment Bruce Hayward *» *> V House Party Phil Stevens Eyei of Faith Woman In House Mary McBrlde Carl Mclntire Ed Bonner Road of Life Backstage Wife Matinee Ed Wilson News Carl Mclntire »» M Art's Notebook Carl Mclntire Ed Bonner Matinee »» News; Matinee Matinee First Five News; Newsome Gil Newsome Newt Mrs. Emma Rhine Medora Woman Marks 92nd Birthday In Nursing Home MEDORA — Mrs. Emma Rhine, a patient at the LeeNurs- inp Home, Carlinvllie, observed her 92nd birthday Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Rhine and daughters, Gloria and Janie, of Medora, Mrs. R. E. Carter of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lockyer of Chesterfield went to the Nursing Home Friday afternoon \m' gave a party for her. Mrs. Rhine, n member of a pioneer family of this comnlun- tiy. is of a family of 10 children — seven girls and three boys — and she and her sister Mrs. R. E. Carter, are the only living members. Her parents were the late John and Rachel (Skeen) Chism. She was born at the Chism homestead, a mile south of her farm home. She married G. C. Rhine on Sept. 1. 1866. Their only child. C. W. Rhine, died in 1943, just a year before the death of his father. She has one grandson. Glenn Rhine, of Medora, and two great granddaughters, Gloria and Janie. Bible Carriers Meet MEDORA — The Bible Carriers Class of the Bethel Baptist Church met Friday evening at the William Carroll home. Miss Tossie Smith presided at the meeting. Mrs. Carroll conducted the Bible study. The next meeting will be a "newcomers" party. Eight members and two-visitors, Mary Kay Carroll and Larry Steinkuehler, were present. Improving; Rapidly MEDORA — Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Summers received a telegram Saturday from the Navy department, stating that their son, Airman Floyd Summers is rapidly improving at St. Mary's Hospital, London, England. He was seriously injured on July 30. 3 From County Named To Welfare Posts SPRINGFIELD. — Confirmation by the Illinois Public Aid Commission of the appointments of 27 persons to positions in 17 downslate county departments of welfare offices has been announced by Garrett W. Keaster, executive secretary. The appointees, recommended to the Commission by county advisory boards, were selected from the top of the eligible register of the Merit System list of persons qualified under statewide competitive examinations, Keaster said. Names of appointees and positions for Madison county are: Mrs. Dora E. Martinez, 511 St. Louis Ave., Edwardsville, clerk typist I, certified; Miss Mary Sue Reilly, 422 Cherry St., Edwardsville, clerk stenographer I, provisional, and Mrs. Edna F. Hornberger, 603 Jefferson, Venice, visitor I, certified. Civil War Veteran Fully Recovered FRANKLIN. Tex. MV-Old Soldier Waller Williams appeared to be fully recovered today from his latest illness and said lie is looking forward to his 114th birthday next Nov. 12. "I'm starting all «vrr and there will he only 14 candles on the cake," the Confederate veteran said. "I've got no time to go to the hospital. I'm too darn busy," he said, adding that he wanted to read the big stark of mail he received during his illness. A siege of dropsy gave him a few bad days recently. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily OPEN 12:45 DAILY TODAY &TUES. f \...« remarkable 7 "" 3 ! True «py story < _ . ^.^ttm^^^a. Pompei was destroyed by the eruption of Mt, Vesuvius in 79 AD. Argentina sees a tendency by discouraged cattle growers to shift from cattle into either sheep or arable farming, Buenos Aires reports. BETHALTO'S NEW POLICE CHIEF Clyde Tisdel Sr. sits at his desk in the Village Hall after assuming duties as Bethalto's first full time chief.—Staff Photo. Clyde Tisdel Sr. Bethalto Chief of Police Assumes Full-Time Duties BETHALTO — A famUiar figure as he cruises around town in his black sedan is Clyde Tisdel Sr., Bethalto's first full-time police chief. Tisdel was appointed to this new position last Monday night at a meeting of the Village Board, after serving as part-time chief for seven years. The Board set the new Chief's salary at $300 a month—"not $30 like it read in the paper Tuesday night," Tisdel joked. His duty hours as full-time chief will remain approximately the same as before—regular patrol hours but subject to call at anytime. When dhief TKsdel is not on regular patrol, part-lime special police Ed Plegge and Harry Hart, who are paid by the Village on an hourly basis, or members of the Bethalto Auxiliary Police, assume the duties. The Village has furnished Tisdel with all the other necessary modern police equipment, besides the sedan, which is radio-equipped. When asked about his specific duties, the Chief thoughtfully replied, "First, the prevention of crime and the protection of the public, and secondly, when I have to—making arrests." A residt-nt of Bethalto for 18 years, Tisdell can remember when 12:30 p.m. on Thursday and Friday. The expected closing hour for clay sessions on Thursday and Kridity is 6 p.m. Night sessions for the five days ot this week begin at 9:30 p.m. All the networks except Mutual will begin broadcasting at that hour each night. Mutual will begin at 9 p.m. The estimated closing hours for night sessions are midnight or shortly after on Monday and Tuesday, 'I a.m. on \Vod- nc.sday ami 1 a in. un Thursday and Friday. the present-day village of over 2,700 was only 700, and has followed the need for police protection in the village since then. Belief in prevention rather than cure for crime and application of the law only when necessary, he also, believes that Bethalto is the ideal place to live and that it has shown this in its tremendous growth. Besides his police chief duties Tisdel is serving a second-term as a Madison County constable. Be fore his new appointment, he also drove a school bus for the Unit system. Tisdel, G'J, lives with his wife at 304 Park Dr. He is the father of four children, two sons working in related poli<"> work—Clyde Jr. a Madison Count.) deputy sheriff and Charles of Sikeston, Mo., a weight officer for Ihe state o. Missouri. Two Men Fined BETHALTO — Two cases, one for speecing and one for a peace distrubance charge, were hearc before Justice of the Peace Wesley Emde Saturday morning. Raymond Hunt, 26, Mora, paid fines and costs of $9 for speeding, and William Heeren, East Alton, paid fines and costs ol $19.60 for peace disturbance. Mexico City's cost of living index has dropped 9 points recently, its first decline since devaluation of the peso. On Admiral Bunker Hill Summer Band Students Take Boat Trip BUNKER HILL — Eighteen grade school summer band students enjoyed an all day excursion on the Admiral Friday. The students were accompanied by Miss Charlyne Koch, band instructor, Mrs. H. J. Wise, Mrs. G. W. Behrens Jr., Mrs. William Goebel, Mrs. William Moulton and Mrs. Marvin Clein. Students making the trip were: Jimmy Behrens, James and Margaret Stevenson, Billy Wise, Wayne Duelm, Sandra Shehorn, Mary Lou Tiona, Pat Keller, Billy Goebel, A. C. Goebel, Randall and Janet Wood, Cheryl Carnahan, Larry Moulton, Darlene Reid, Wilbur Moulton, Randall Bartels, and Sarah Moulton. On Camping Trip • BUNKER HILL — Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Rensing and Marvin and Marilyn, and Mrs. Kathryn Rensing left Friday afternoon for a three week camping trip in the Western States. *• Bunker Hill Notes BUNKER HILL — Mrs, Eldon Bauer and daughters, Sharon and Shelia, left Lambert Air Field Thursday for their home in Rochester, N. Y. after visiting the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bauer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bruckert and son, Darrell, and Mr. and Mrs. Arno Earth and daughter, Sandra and Janice, left early Saturday morning for a two week vacation in Florida. Fifty youngsters have completed the two weeks swimming lessons, sponsored by the Red Cross, at Lake Carlinville. Miss Alice Goebel and Fred Goebel left Sunday night for a vacation in Colorado. Portland Price War Gladdens Tipplers PORTLAND, Ore. UP) — It was a tippler's delight in Portland over the weekend as a price war broke out in some of the city's bars. The boo/e bonanza showed signs of ending, though, when the state liquor commission invited all of those engaged in the price slashing to a meeting today. But while it lasted. . . . You could get a healthy snort of bar whiskey in a downtown emporium for two-bits. Bartenders weren't sure how the price war began and most olj them wished it was over. Several bar owners admitted they were losing money hand over shot glass trying to keep up with the competition. . Denmark has strikes. had a wive of Junction 66-111, Mitchell, III. WALT DISNEY'S 'Seng of the South" "Maverick Queen" TOMORROW! ROBE PI JAYLQK RICHARD WDD DAHA IVIWfff [OMOND Q'BRIW D-DAY- THi SIXTH i OF JUNE RICHARD ARLEN "HIDDEN GUNS" IT'S OUR 6th ANNIVERSARY... SO WE ARE CELEBRATING IT WITH OUTSTANDING ATTRACTIONS DURING OUR ANNIVERSARY MONTH four Favorite Family Drive-IN •VMM 14* CMfef• A**. Alton, IU. Opens »t 7:00 Starts at Dusk Rain or Clear NOW 351 First Run Showing In the Entire Area NOW AT REGULAR PRICES -2 HITS SAMUEL GOLDWYN's Picture of the Year... America's Own ITARtlNG MARLON BRANDO-JEAN SIMMONS FRANK SINATRA • VIVIAN BLAWE in Color and CINEMASCOPE" —jiaac JOSEPH LMANRIEW1CZ PLUS ONE HOUR FEATURE-LENGTH KARTOON KARNIVAL PLUS CARTOON — KIDDIES ADMITTED FREE rONV RIDES, MERRY-CJO-ROUNI), FIRE TRUCK," MIRACLE WHIRL SWINGS AND SLIDES. i-'IRK TRUCK AND TRAIN RIDKS Alwuyu 3 Color Cartooiw Kiddles Alway* FreeJ Air Conditioned Not tlust One But All Roadfl Lead to the RoxBiift Theatre TONITE and TUES. Gregory Peclt, Jennifer .lonen "THE MAN IN THE GRAY FLANNEL SUIT" Color—Cinema scope—8:33 Lex Barker, 1'atrlcia Medina "DUEL ON THE MISSISSIPPI" COLOR 7:14 SELECTED SHORTS Tonight at 8:40 P. M. Eve Arden, Gale Gordon "OUR MISS BROOKS" Tonight at 7:20 P.M. Barbara Stanwyck Fred MacMurray "THERE'S ALWAYS TOMORROW" Short Subjects 7 I'. M. TUES.-WED. FAMILY NIGHT! MATINEE WEDNESDAY Continuous from 1 P. M. Bargain Prices All Day ADULTS 25c KIDDIES 2 for 25c Tuesday and Wednesday Dale Robertson Mary Murphy ' — IN — "SITTING BULL" Shown at 8:50 P. M. Lex Barker Joyce MacKenzie — IN — "TRAZAN AND THE SHE DEVIL" Shown at 7:24 P. M. Plus Cartoon Chapter Vi of "MONSTER & APE" Show Starts ^ I'. M. Tuesday At 1:00 3:10 5:25 7:35 »:BO PLUS Box Office Open 1 1'. M. i WEDNESDAY! OQORIVE a » it i ; cnitum \ui t tuut Wednesday! MATINEE ONLY 1:30 P.M. Calling All MoUMkttMtt ALL DIFFERENT! ALT-WOODS?] MOUS •Mi ot0 Cr tow? PO/W j Aged rubber trees in Malaya are now made to produce laytex by application of harmones. Dine at tht Newly Rtmod.ltd i Milt North of Stato Hospital on Foitorburf Road SPECIALIZING IN ,,,, *Fritd Chicktn * Stoaks * Italian Foods CHKIMSCOPE PLUS BIG FEATURE -CALVARY SCOUT" ROBERT nYLOR ELEMIOR PARKER -y- ^ ETERNAL SfA Kiddies 2 for 25c Adultt I5c MINT »r TICHNtCOtOK At 2:35 4:50 7:05 9:15 At 2:30 4:45 6:55 9:10 OPE1V 12:45 DAILY 50c Till 5 Then 65c. Child 15c TODAY &TUES. At 2:40 6:00 9:30 PLUS At 1:00 4.^5 7:45 BUSS BUNNY CARTOON OPEN 0:SO OODRIVE TONITE&TUES. JUNGLE GUN.IUNNEKS •»cr*uwiu* At 8:20 PLUS — 300,000 VOL1S At 7:00 0:55 CARTOON

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