Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 24, 1954 · Page 18
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PAOfc EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1954 1HB SAOlf Rt Cfrtrt«tf9 r SKiUt/f»«T WAS THE GUY WHO WAS SN00WHG DONALD DICK By Watt Dten»} tuft BtfcRfS 65 Cftri WELKIN, Planet*** By RUM Wintarbotham BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George Smith ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin WORRIED A80UT THE QUAPTB25' TAKE AS MWMY AS YOU NffilX COUNTING. THEM FOR MDU BUTDOXXJ REALIZE HOW WANT STROKES rVEHAD OH.DONT W0&?f ABOUT THAT, HENRY By Carl Anderson IM ANO BROWSE AROUND CARNIVAL ft)/ OirJc Turner Television Programs K*v to rrequ*nrl*»: KSB-TV (81! K8TL t.lfll; WTVI (84) HAfURDAV — «l«l Spotlight. TH*«tr« — I5i Superman (.101 Father'! Land (Ml Western Piny home — (3i Stranger Than Fiction dim On Your Way _(3I Parade of MaRlo • — (5i Ethel & Albert (Ml Juke Box Party 154) Brat the Clock — (51 Spike Jonei OBI Fifth H (541 Jackie Glcnon — (5) Ted Mack l.im Sport Thrill* .— iSi Show ot Showi Boxing (54) Herb Shrlner (54i Favorite Hutband inni On Guard iA4i Colonel Flack 0:30 10:1.1 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 2:15 KSD (NBG) 550 KO f iO 6OUND5 LIKE A DINOSAURS AN AG6UMENT/ ' C*.',' 1«» >l NU H.I.... 'l-.. T, M «.j. U. » f.l With MAJOR HOOPLK OUR BOARDING HOUSE OUT OUR WAY R. William- ( 1 DOM'T KNOW IF > J LIKE THESE I WHISPER BATTLES- I A MOTHER KINJP OF \ LIKES TO KNOW \ WHATS GOING 66AD.' WWV DO THE BOYS SO HIDE iH£/c oev/ct IMITATING THE CAT'6 MEOW? COULD Tir^KEK \M\TH MIGHT I/APROVE IT 6UT 60UMD AU/MOST PERFECT DM/GENTLY K.OO<IMS CAM OF ROCKS GWE6 THE EXACT £OUND OF A VOLCAMO STARTING STEPPING UP THE TEMPO VJtLL MATCH IKE IMCR6A5E VOLCANO'^ DEVASTATING FOI?CE/ News, Melody Kaltenborn New» P. D. Prevu* News; Sports Plain Enfllsh Big Pravua Grand Ole Opry Country Tunes Dude Ranch Pec Wee King News Cugat's Orch. People News & Sparta Pastor's Study Midnight Melodies WILL E IOO PERCENT 'REPARED VOL- WHY MOTHERS GET GRAf FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosse , NOW. I'M PKAPY TO PIP AWAY WITHOUT UNCLE LUCKJb WE-, WISER. / •MIDIN6 TWE UNPER THE BEP. WHAT? I'LL SNEAK THEM'our o s Our WAK/N6 "Tt)U CAPfAIN EAS By Leslie Tumor S &OUMP5 LIKE i WHAT ^f 60 plP I... KKIP I toUdT'VE ON EM5.TH? \lkXUTTER PUTTING THE i 6IAOKE- V£>. WIL8A.KIK L£T$ TRB QUICKLY THE FLUA&Y PW.P66, THEN TU&KI& ow BUZ& OUT1 ...(*R$. 61EPT THRU IT TH& KAIL MAY WA.KEH& "A wife is supposed to be a help to her husband and remember whether I already told the Morgans the story of the three Scotchmen!". P. M.-I5) Wrestling (30) Starlight Theatre (54i Wrestling P. M — 1541 SporU P. M — (54) Wrestling P. M.— (.11 Suspense (54) Movie Showrns* P. M — (5i Arthur Godfrey Midnight— (SI Red Skelton A. M — (5) Feature A. M — (9) Weather SUNDAY WOKZ 7:00 A. M — News: Munlc 8:00 A. M — Full Gospel 8:30 A. M.— Word of Lift 0:00 A, M.— Rndlo Hour 9:30 A. M. Healing Mlnsltry 10:00 A. M.—Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.—News 11:15 A. M.—Freedy Martin 11:30 A. M.—Morning Sermon 12:00 Noon—News 12:15 P. M.—March of Dimes 12:30 P. M.—Shurtleff 1:00 P. M.—News. Ballroom 2:00 P. M.—News 2:15 P. M.—Religious Program 2:30 P. M.—OK Ballroom 4:00 P. M.—News 4:15 P. M.—OK Ballroom 4:45 P. M.—News 5:00 P. M.—News, SporU 5:15 P. M.—Montlcello Indonesian Jaunt Answer to Previous Putzlft ACROSS 1,5 Indonesia formerly wai the Netherlands 11 On th7~" sheltered side 12 Time ot year 13 Flower 14 Paving substance 15 Convulsive try 1? Backs of boats 10 Many Dutch enterprises have not —4 from Indonesia 31 Possessive pronoun 22 Electrical unit 24 Poker stake 25 Seniors (ab.) 26 Rodents 28 Pause 29 Take away 31 Forms notions 32 Ardor 35 Viands 36 Stomach 39 Irritate '(coll.) 40 Symbol for tellurium 41 Wander 42 Looked fixedly 45 Tidier 47 Ever (contr.) 48 Expire 50 Cubic meter 51 Matures 53 Seines 54 Teacakes •55 Otherwise DOWN 1 Church feast 2 Changes 3 Soothsayers 4 Gull-like bird 5 Devotee 6 It lies the equator 7 Challenge 8 Jakarta — iti capita) 9 DyestufT 10 Forces air 26 Scarltt 27 Cotton fabric 29 Eater violently from30 Whalelike nose (comb. !3Tre*s 82 Gaelic 37 Reluctant 38 Existed UBadgerlik* mammal form) 43 Paradise 44 Eat 16 Vegetable 33 Measures 46 Dome«ti« 18 Perched 34 Vigigoth king slave |20 Small pastries 36 Choral 49 Worm 23 Constricted ; compositloni 52 Italian rtvtr 17 Zfe r V w w w w Thawing Frozen Chicken It, takes overnight or longer to thaw a three or four-pound chicken in the refrigerator. If you thaw the chicken at room temperature, cook it. without delay as soon as it is thawed. Broccoli Dress-Up Cfeam a quarter cup of butter and mix in two to four tablespoons of finely ground nut- moats. Put a dollop of the nut- fa u 11 e r on each serving ot drained crisp-cooked broccoli. The Telegraph's Daily Radio Chart Saturday KXOK (ABO) WEW WEW 170 KO KFUO 850 KO KMOX (CBS) 1130 KO KWK (MBS) 1880 KG 1430 KO WOKZ 1570 KO Newi; Top Tunei Go To Town Dixla Hill WEW Prrienti Fatlm* Roiary Newi Business Parade Sports Reel London Column Songs World New» Housewivei News First Tivt News New«; Records Record Report SporU Extra News; Sports Artist of Day Club 1570 News Sports Digest News Circuit Attorney Concert Hour New« To Be Announced Gangbusters First Fiv« Sports News Bandstand Newt Club 1S70 Sign Off Ozzle France Laux Cards vs. Braves House ot God; FM Proudly Hall Midwst JamborM Gunsmokc Sanka Salutes Bandstand Spelling Be* Mews; Bandstand French Masters News Melody Pattern Two For Money News Easy Does U New Gng. Jamb. Lombardoland News; Bandstand Bandstand tv«. Blessing News Open Bible News Easy Does It Dave Allen News; Bandstand News Stars Musis Music Masters News' Abide With Me News Three Sons Hajry Fender News: Allen Dawn Pi atrol News; Sports Country Music Top Tunes News Concert Favorites News; Dawn Patrol Dawn Patrol News River Ripple* Current Events on Alton Lake and Roamln' the Piasa Country W.th HAROLD BRAND Weighed Batis Thrrn Times A T'.i-pound bass 1!4 inches long was landed in Gillespio Luke; Wcdnosrtay morning on a river runt plug by Kreeland Thompson, ; S. Main SI., Wood River. He, his wife and Mrs. Franklin Rich of Rosewood Heights had gone there on an outing and fishing trip. The bass fought furiously while being landed and Rich was able to take some action movies in lull color. The fish was so unusual in size thai the couples weighed and measured it three times and Thompson kept it parked in ice lor several days to i bhow to doubting Thomases. A! few catfish were caught in the lake by the couples also. ' j Succe»»ful KUhljjj! luyolve* Work Nearly every story has a so- j quel and every successful fish- \ ing trip has an aftermath and when Fred Haper, 601 Pearl St., returned home Tuesday from a fishing trip to Osooda, Mich., with 2,000 smelt, the job of cleaning them was vei ahead. lie and his wife began cleaning ' Ihem at 8 a.m Thursday and i finished the job at 3 p.m. They : packed Die fish in packages of i hundred each and then placed them in their deep freeze. Sgt. Robert A. Brown, Alton Police Department, and Harold Alexander, city electrical inspector had accompanied Haper on the trip and also spent many hours cleaning thousands of smelt which are similar, to a sardine in size. Personal Notes A si.vpound buss Was landed in a Fosterburg lake a few weeks ago by a Springfield visitor, reported Newell Allen, 619 Blair Ave., who with Maurice Wickenhauser, 30yj Forest Dr.. plan to fish there this weekend. The men hope to land a similar-sized bass and also some 13-inch crap* pie which were reported caught in the lake recently also. While fishing in a nearby lake Monday evening, Louis Clearwater, 1201 E. Fifth St., hooked a strange - looking fish which he pulled to the surface before it bit his line in two and escaped. Clearwater's description of the fish led his friends to believe that it might have been a dogfish. He and Paul Marion, 822>,i E. Fifth St., had gone there in hopes of landing enough fish for a fish fry but caught only a few 'small ones instead. Ted Fleming, who has a cabin adjoining Swan Lake, said that he has heard reports the crappie are biting in Royal Lake on Calhoun Point. (After hearing a report like that, we have decided to conclude this column and go fishing ourselves.) Cherehez \» Femme One of Australia's strangest industrial disputes climaxed when the Alice Springs Fire Brigade resigned in a body. They claimed that "verbal attacks and continuous pinpricking" by a woman in the town were too much to bear. A spokesman said the woman was always criticizing them personally and complaining to city authorities a'lout their behavior and dress. After conferences, the firemen returned to duty with assurances that "certain steps" would be taken about the woman. ' Dr. G. W. Crane To Speak Methodist Men'^ Rally Set Tuesday In Past St. Louis Credit Grantors Will Hear U. of I. Teacher Credit Grantors will have as guest speaker Wednesday at a 6:15 p.m. IDST) dinner meeting in Mineral Springs Hotel, R. S. Hancock, department of marketing, Col- l&ge of Commerce, University of niinois, where he is completing his thesis in economics for a A. S. Hancock Ph.D. Mr. Hancock will speak on "Consumer Credit Analysis and Decision". In 1947 he received B.S. degree from North Central College, Naperville, and M.S. in marketing from University of Illinois. He lias taught courses in credit and collections, and is now teaching courses in retailing, at the University. In service for four and hall years as a major in the Air Force in World War 0, in the GODFREY. ~ Several mem- h<|rs of the men's organization of th,e local Methodist Church will go to East St. Louis Tuesday evening to attend the annual' dis- tr^ict rally at the Methodist Cfiurch at 13th and Summit Ave. Dr. George W. Crane, profes. sor at Northwestern University, duly radio commentator, lecturer, newspaper columnist and ti acher of the Adult Bible Class a: the Chicago Temple, will be the speaker. One of the largest crowds to eyer attend a Methodist Men's rally in this district is expected to be on hand. Members of other eligious de- rominations are also welcome to attend the rally. No admission will be charged tp hear the Rev. Crane. u-v, f nance department. Hancock was recalled during the Korean onflict for 10 months in the i same capacity. Among publications to which le has contributed are "Sources f Credit Information." "Credit 'roblerns", "Occupational Credit 'attern'* and "Consumer Cred- t."

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