Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 26, 1954 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 26, 1954
Page 18
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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, APRIL 26,1954 UHl tttiftf. DONALD DtCR By Waft Dfatrey IHATETO5WOCK SO THKK6 A SOOD CWAWCE T«4T THEy POUND OUt tHEMAN POUT «64M TH6 WWWK TO ACTltfur WON AfiE RIAL til Bf TWJWST CONTEST, JOHN SKILLY, IS VOU'RE SPOILING /ATOP-GRADE IT! THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE By Wilson wMWieo &v NOW. TWEV MUST MW6 GOJE TO SOME OTHEP *«'« JUST TOO UTE RDF? ONCE M/VBE THE WEATHERMAN'S RISMT..- ITS STA(?TIN(3 TO CLOUD' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By Edgar Martin COOBSU THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. and Mrs. George, Smith SWCWT MEOYEfc ALLEY OOP By V. T. llamliii OH. HE S A RIGHT TOUGH BOV, BUT THW 6 EUSTACE. IfiOSH.T NEVER WELL,THAT HE'S OONG/fiA SHAME. DREAMED HEty BV GEE ..WHERE Ht STAMPEDE /CAN TOTE BUT ONE, CCONNY..I OL DINMVCOULDA ROPE US Alt THREE. THAT SCRMVNV CRITTER THERE? I 6\JRt NtVER THOUGHT I'D SEE OL' DlNMV TAKE TO HIS HEELS FOR M4Y- THING, I- >-rW£ OUR BOARDING HOUSE EGAD,BOYS//W?.POPOVER \ COMING TONIGHT TO AUDlTIONl) MV VOLCANO AMD OTHER SOUND eFFECTS/—SHALL " I 6HOV4 HIM VOUR REPRO-> DUCTIOivJ OF THE CAT '6 ^ Meo\M ^ IT—*A(?e you MltJlMS THE " DEVICE f> Key Television Programs to Fi-pnuenrlrs: (SI KSD-TV IHfl) KSTM; (54) WTV1. MONOAV 5:00 P. M.—(31 Wrangler's Club Cini Westward Hoi <!H> Serial Theater 5:15 P. M.—(ro Buckeye Four (;|B) Sundown Ranch 5:30 P. M.—IS) Sportsvlcw (54) Capt Video 5:45 P. M—ifti INS Tclencws (Ml Sportu (34) Movie Quick Quiz 6:00 P. M.—(5i Jane Froman Cllil News (54 News. Snorts 6:15 P. M.—(. r » Dollye Bennett Cllil John Daly I. r i4l Marge & Jeff 6:30 P. M.—(Si Joe Brennan Cllil Father's Land (34) News. Edwards 6:45 P. M.—15) Newa Caravan (54) Perry Como 7:00 P. M.—(5i Name That Tune I;Illl Panel Quiz (54i Dollar a Second 7:30 P. M.—(Si Howard Barlow Cl(i) Sports Club l!>4> In the World 8:00 P. M.— (51 Mama C1HI Homicide Suund 1541 Merr.v Go Hound THE By Carl Offitett CARNIVAL By Dick Turner T. M. n.|. u. 6. p,|. oft. Ccpr. 19S4 by NE*, Int. "You're sure this is positively the sturdiest you have— possibly protective against atomic ash?" H:ir> P. M.—(54) Boxing 8:30 P. M.—I5I Robert Montgomery l.'i'Hi Red Buttons n:(in r. M.—IIIBI Second How Center U::iU P. M.—(Si Who Said 1'hatV (3G) Second Row 11:45 P. M.—(54) Interviews 10:00 P. M.—ISP studio One (3BI Second How Center 1541 Movie Showcase 11:00 P. M.—(51 News 11:18 P. M. —(51 Mr & Mrs. North ll:45:P. M.—(Hi Masquerade Party 12:ir> A. M. —(51 tauter Morris 12:30 A. M.—(5) Weather TUU8DAV 7:00 A. M.—(5) Dave Garroway 154) Morning Show 0:00 A. M.—(5i Arthur Godfrey (54) Morning Movie 10:00 A. M.—(5) Home 11-00 A. M.—(5) Valiant Lady 11:15 A, M.—(51 Love of Life 11:30 A. M.—(5) Search for Tomorrow 11:45 A. M.—(5) GutdinR Light 12:110 Noon—(5) To The Ladles 12:30 P. M.—(51 Garry Moore 100 P. M.—(5) Strike It Rich 1:15 P. M.—15) ilomemaklng 2:00 P. M.—(5) Double or Nothing 2:30 P. M.—15) Movie Quiz 2:45 P. M.—I5i Kale Smith 3:00 P. M.—(51 Welcome Travelers 1361 Ed Brown 3:30 P. M.—(51 On Your Account (361 Kay Morton 4:00 P. M.—(51 Music Varieties (36) Penny Wise 4:15 P. M.—(54) Bob Crosby 4:30 P. M.—(Si Howdy Doody (361 TV Auction 1541 Spice O'Life 4:45 P. M.—(381 Westward Ho! Radioactivity in Chicago Area at Record High Birds of a Feather , ,nswer to Previous Pustlt ACROSS 1 Flying mammal 4 Small songbird 8 Black bird 12 Era 13 Rabbit 14 Military assistant 15 Operate 16 Fine-grained white gypsum !!/ 18 Stinging ' weeds *' . 20Web.rooted ^^ 21 Exist 23 Flower 22 Nights before DOWN 1 Kind of swallow 2 Chills and fever 3 Proposed 4 Sea mammal 5 Chest rattlt 6 Rubber 7 Bird's beak 8 Containers 9 Ceremony 10 Poems 25 French Indo* China state 26 Intellect ; 27 Beginning* 28Villian's fo« 29 Glimpse • 31 Whole 33 Performed holders 38 Exit 24 Singing voice 2 * Wheat beards 40 Telegrams 26 Cereal husk 27 Pronoun 30 Relinquishment 32 Avers 34 Religious devotion 35 Steep slope 36 Compass point 37 Binds 39 Jeweler's weight 40 Bird's flying part 41 Permit 42 Scat 45 Invading . 49 Depict 51 Born 52 Toward the sheltered side 53 Hireling 54 Gun (slang) 55 Young lady 56 Former Russian ruler 57 Streets (ab.) 41 Metric measur* 42 Stuff 4 3 Sun (prtte) 44 Mimic* 46 Feminin* appellation 47 Tidy 48 Obtain* SO Place 55 ported Friday night. •The count still was far below the danger level, said Dr. Walter McCrono, senior chemist for the foundation. He said a Geiger counter registered 1,500 counts per minute — "equivalent to the' effect of every person in Chicago wearing three wrist watches with CHICAGO ff— Radioactivity of radium dials." air In the Chicago area reached a record high Thursday, the Armour Research Foundation re- McCrone said the high count apparently was the result of the April 6 H-bomb explosion in the Pacific. The previous high registered in Chicago, he said, wai on April 6 when radioactivity of th« March 26 H-bomb blast was carried over the city. Theodore Roosevelt ran for the presidency for the third tim« under the Blue Moose party, after he split with William Howard Taft. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK! With MAJOR 1IOOPLE OUT OUR WAY By ,1. R. Williams re H/DDEM.'/WBIU HAVE VOO'RE AS HOME5T AS A PICKPOCKET MI6 DAY OFF, BUT A\Y /MOTHEP TOLD ME TO WATCH HAT AMD COAT IMA SEAME.R"// OUR GADGET HERE FOR THE 6HOVA) j \MHAT / TIMES TM6 fifl :P B. 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