Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 17, 1960 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 17, 1960
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FRIDAY, JUNE 17,1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGfti TV 4lg«st W^WMt s—sporti KTVI (ABO 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBO 5, KETC 9, KPLR 11. FRIDAY EVENING 8:00—(2) Pony Express (4) (5) News Reports (9) Friendly Giant 6:10-(4) (5) Weather Report 8:15-(4) CBS News: Edwards (5) Sports: Bob Ingham (9) Compass Rose 6:25-<5) Spotlight with Nancy 6:30-(2) Walt Disney (4) Rawhide (5) Journey to Understanding. (9) Ordeal by Fire (11) Wild Bill Hickok 7:00—(5) Troubleshooters (9) Briefing Session (11) Bold Journey 7:30— (2) Man From Blackhawk (4) Hotel De Paree (5) Sacco-Vanzetti Story (9) Reading Out Loud (11) Movie g:00-(2) 77 Sunset Strip (4) Desilu Playhouse (9) Two Centuries of the Symphony 8:30—(5) Masquerade Party: (Color). 9:00—(2) The Detectives (4) Twilight Zone (5) Boxing 9:25-(ll) News 9:30-(2) Black Saddle (4) Person to Person (11) Expose 10:00-(2) Sea Hunt (4) News: Spencer Allen (5) Shotgun Slade (11) Movie 10:10—(4) Weather: Pat Fontaine 10:15—(4) Mrs. America 10:30-(2) Movie (5) News, Sports, Weather 10:45—(4) Jack Paar Show ll:15-(4) Movie 11:30—(11) Bedtime Stories 12:00-(5) (11) News 12:05-(5) Movie 12:35-(2) News 12:40-(2) Home Digest 12:45—(2) Count of Monte Cristo l:15-(2) Daily Word 1:25—(5) Weather Report 2:10—(4) Late News Roundup 2:15-(4) Give Us This Day SATURDAY, JUNE 18 5:45_(4) Give Us This Day 6:00—(4) Town 'n Country 6:^0—(4) P.S. 4: Government 7:00—(2) Community Campus (4) Movie 7:40—(5) Cartoons 8:00—(4) Capt. Kangaroo (5) Terry Toons 8:30—(5) Corky the Clown 9:00-(2) Meet Your Military (4) Heckle and Jeckle (5) Howdy Doody: (Color) 9:30—(2) Cartoons (4) Mighty Mouse (5) Ruff and Reddy: (Col or). 10:00—(2) Milliken's Menagerie (4) Kartoon Karnival (5) Fury 10:30—(4) The Lone Ranger (5) Grcus Boy U:00-(2) Age of Comedy (4) Sky King (5) True Story 11:15—(2) News Roundup 11:30—(2) Joe Palooka (4) SS Popeye (5) Detective's Diary VACATION AND HOLIDAY SILVER DOLLAR DRY CLEANING SPECIAL NEXT WEEK f 0° E. Broadway 2012 State St. 226 E. Elm 436 N. Wood River Ave. The Telegraph 9 * Daily Radio Chart FIHTUY •NIC mm (MM) iw RC AMOft <t») UN ID N; Gordon D. Gordon Oorme; N N: MfH I: N* •n on oe world N E. Morgan F. L«wu Jr. D. Gordon D. Gordon N: W J. Ba«* B Burn Bob- K'. Bet Your Lite D. Gordon i, *, ,, »• ». P«'pl« An Funny S: Gordon >r " " D. Gordon Amoi-AOdy Fan In Stands Interview Richard Rlchsrd Jenkins Jenkins y-w N: Monitor Monitor Monitor; N p. Gordon Sign Off Cards-Braves N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins Boxing Bouts » »i Musie N; R. Shop Record Shoe N: R, Shop Record Shop N; Memorial Memories J. Buck N; R. Shop Record Shop S: R. Shop Record Shop N: MeraorM Memories Memories; N N; Buck J. Buck N; R. Shot Record Shop N; R. SHOP Record Shop SATURDAY Music N Music N N; Witt D. Witt N: Farm D. Witt N: W G. Williams Clockwatcher G. ( N: Ncwiome 0. Newsome N: Day Bob Day N: Day Bob Day N; Music Music J N; Witt D. Witt N; Witt D. Witt N: W Rex Davis Clockwatcher W; S N; Newsome G. Newsome N; Newsome G. Newsome N; Day 3: Day N: Day Bob Day World N Music N Music N; Witt D. Witt N: S D. Witt N S Clockwatcher N; Newsome G. Newsome N; Newsome G. NBwsome N Bob Day J. Greenwell N; Monitor Monitor Exerctsea Unity: Hymni N: Hymns C. Voices; N N; 8 J, BUC. N; Newsome G. Newsome N; Newsome G. Newsome N; Rev. Slm'ns Rev. Simmons, rello Quit Bob Day $25,000 in Bethalto Pool Fund tETHALTO — Approximately $35,000 has been raised in a drive to construct a swimming pool in Bethalto It was reported Wednesday night at a rally meeting of drive workers at the Bethalto Fire House. Funds are being raised with the sale of 5 per cent interest bearing bonds In denominations of $1,000, $500, $250 and $100. Contributions are also being accepted, it was announced by Drive Chair' man Lynn Claussen. Persons who contribute $10 to the pool project will be given free swimming privileges for the remainder of the swim season. TJie pool board has set Aug. 1 as the date for com pletion. Convention Report BETHALTO — Bethalto Rotar- lans Les Prehn, Charles Aghetta and Erwtn Plegge reported on the International Rotary Convention to members of the Rotary Club Wednesday night at Zion Lutheran Church. They showed slides illustrating activities at convention recently in Miami. Fla. Visiting Rotarians were Harry Novlin of Alton and Wilbur Stevens of Wood River. School to Clone BETHALTO — Children who attended Vacation Bible School at the Assembly of God Church will have commencement services at 7:30 p.m. today at the church. The children will display handiwork and articles made during Bible school sessions. Parents and Bethatto System Water Softening Will Have Kinks at First BETHALTO - Water 8«t»pH- ed to the Village of Bethalto from the new iron removal and water softener plants will show discoloration for several months, It was reported In a letter made public this week by the Bethalto Water Board. The change from water with a heavy iron content to iron free, soft water provided by the new plant will loosen iron particles deposited in the water mains during past years, it was explained by a member of the water board. The condition will exist for several months. "Discoloration of the water will not create any health hazards," Bethalto Mayor Erwln Plegge explained. Plegge said the new plants will operate according to regulations established by the Illinois State Board of Health. A spokesman for the board of health said the taste of the water will change slightly. He added that color and taste of the water does not indicate that the water is not pure. Residents In the Bethalto area should keep several days supply of drinking water In the refrigerator it waa suggested by the water board. Residents are being warned not to wash clothes if the discoloration content is extremely high. The board also suggested that water taken directly from hydranta should not bf poured Into aquariums with fish or animal life. The water should be allowed to set for 1 hour before it Is poured into the aquarium, a water official reported. Water rates in Bethalto will be hiked to pay for the increased cost of plant operation, the board announced. Completion of the plants is scheduled for July 1. Project Engineer Clifford Abraham said that plant equipment will be tested before the system will be in full operation. The plant is located at the foot of Ninth Street Hill near Wood River. Bethalto 4-H Club Delegates Elected BETHALTO - Bethatto Olrl'l 4-H Club met Thursday in the social room of Our Lady Queen of Peace Church. Lynne Drerman reported on the club's plan to participate In the Share-the-Fun Festival July 6 at Edwardsville. The group participating in the festival will hold a practice session at 1:30 p.m. on June 23 at the home of club member Karen Szegedy. Linda Klopmeler and Lynne tJrennan were selected as delegates to represent the club at the Fed eratlon meeting. On July 6 the club will attend a picnic dinner as guests of the Wood River Home Bureau at the home of Mrs. Fred Hendricks. Talks were given by Evelyn MOftO *•» fiftf. iKt Capehtfft 81 spent the wwWno wfdl affii hart'a parent!. Mir. iM w McCdtam, Mf*. Mtttf»l f mother, M», \#6 MM* «f ville, tad., ww alw a fOMf «t McColtam home, Matwhoft and demoflainUuiM iwfft pl*iBWB Iflr Janet ftawe and Connla Wrote next club meeting wffi bt Held on July* 0 at the mm of ran, fired Hendricka in RoMrwoed Hetghtt. pi, friends are invited to attend. A| father's day program will be< held during Sunday School serv-' ices on Sunday, it was announced! by thp church secretary. The program will be under the direction of Mrs. Donald Flack. Oldest House Saint Augustine, Fla., claims to have the oldest house in the United States, It is the one In which Franciscan friars took refuge when their monastery burned in 1599. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily N; Monitor Monitor Hemingway D. Witt N; Witt Witt; N N; S J. Buck N: Davis G. Davis N: Davis G. Davis N; Day Bob Day N; W J. Burke N; Witt D. Witt N; Witt Witt; N N; S J. Buck N: Davis G. Davis N; Davis G. Davis N; Day Bob Day YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY STARLIGHT A AP N J. Burke P. Harvey Playhouse The world N S. Afternoon N: Da via G Davis N: Davis G. Da vie Jersey Rptr. On Cam put Farm-Horn* Monitor N: St. Louis St. Louis N; Gordon Gordon: N Fan In Stands Interview Cards-Braves N: Davis G. Davis N: Davis G. Davis N; Music Sp. Program Sen. Douglas Soc. Security N; Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor D. Gordon N; Gordon Gordon: N N; Richard K. Richard N: Richard K. Richard N: Scouts Boy Scouts R. Benson N; Monitor Monitor D. Gordon •• ti M l» Gordon: N N: Richard K. Richard N; Richard K. Richard N: Green well J. Greenwell N: Monitor Monitor N; Monitor Monitor S. Mason N: Mason Mason; N S. Afternoon The Belmont S. Afternoon N; Richard K. Richard N: Richard K. Richard N; Greenwell J. Greenwell R. Benson Officers Elected by Bethalto Post Auxiliary BETHALTO — Mrs. Alice | retarded child to camp at Car- Masterson was re-elected pres-1 bondale for two weeks. Auxili- ident of the American Legion ary poppy chairman reported Auxiliary Tuesday night at Le-1 that $181 was collected from the Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily gion Barn. Other officers elected included: Mrs. Gertie Be- hrems, first vice-president; Mrs. Dolores Darr, second vice-president; Mrs. Maxine Hagen. secretary; Mrs. Violet Nuenaber, treasui-er; Mrs. Florence Beckman, historian; Mrs. Linda Nuenaber, chaplain; Mrs. Lois Hagen, sergeant-at-arms. The auxiliary and members of the Legion voted to send a l:00-(2> 1:15—15) 1:30— (2) (5) Our new Maximum Height tower includes you (and everyone within a 50-mile radius of Alton-Wood River in our coverage area.) If your Channel 2 picture is not satisfactory- you'll miss "77 SUNSET STRIP" tonight. 11:45—(11) Morning Chapel Noon—(2) Soupy Sales (5i St. Louis Hop (11) Movie 12:30—(2i .Auto Buyer's Guide Movie My Hero (51 Patti Page Show (11) Cowboy G-Men Little Rascals News in Review Western Marshal (11) Jet Jackson 2:00-(4) Challenge (5) Hopalong Cassidy (11) Combat Sergeant 2:30— (4) Rebuttal (5) Movie (11) Jungle Jim 3:00—(2) Comedy Theatre Why Is It So? Movie (11) Movie 3:30— (4) The Belmont Stakes 4:00— (2) Jim Bowie (11) Capt. 11 4:30— (2) Sweet Success Movie Abbott 'n Costello Championship Bowling j Wrangler's Club (11) Three Stooges 5:15—(5) Parade of Magic 5:30—(5) Roy Rogers (11) William Tell (4) (5) (4) (5) 5:00-(2) (5) sale of poppies. Donations will be used to assist Veteran's in the local area. In other business the auxiliary voted to send a delegate to the convention in Chicago scheduled for August. Members will also make tray favors for veterans at the Alton State Hospital. Guild Committees BETHALTO — Committees for the next year were appointed recently at a meeting of the Wesleyan Service Guild of First Methodist Church. New committee appointments include: Ann Cooper, secretary of promotion; Vera Bruening, missionary education; Aria Powell. Christian social relations; Carmen Piltz, supply work; Hattie Elliot, literature and publications; Alice Hartly, publicity; Adda Smith, spiritual life; Louise Nave, membership. Following a supper a business meeting was held by Guild members. The group voted to sell Christmas cards this year, with Mrs. Carmen Piltz serving as chairman. In other business the guild named committees for th<> father-and-son banquet and voted to buy two dozen bud vases for the .church. Next meeting will be July 5. Miss Rita Elliot and Mrs. Adda Smith will be hostesses. Week Days Continuous from 7 t».M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. No Parking Problems at Roxana Tenite, Sot., Sun., Men. Kenneth More, Dana Wynter "SINK THE BISMARCK" Cinemascope—9:19 Ann Blyth, Edmond Purdom "THE STUDENT PRINCE" Color — Cinemascope 9:37 SELECTED SHORTS Box Office Opens at 7:00. E & SAT 3 BIG HITS! Q TONITE & SATURDAY! R Open Dally 6:30, Start 7 p.m. Adults 50o Kiddiei 2ffe TODAY THRU MONDAY Love, JkLaughs and Murderous Fun! UfrM panto GLEnn FORD DEBBIE REVnOLDS • im nun GAZEBO" — E^ss^a Today. Sat., Mon. 8:43 P.M. Sun., 8:40, 5:80, 9:05 1HI Today, Sat., Mon., 7:10 P.M. SHORT SUBJECTS 7 P.M. Sun. t;00. 4:23, 7:44 P.M. Family Nights Every Tues., Wed., Thurs. ALL SEATS 25c Matinee Every Wednesday Let The UPTOWN Be Your BABY SITTER! „ British Columbia's salmon catch brings in about 45 million dollars a year. HAMBURGERS K I V 1 COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE AU TVPM Sada*~Sun4aM ELM-WAY DRIVE-IN Elm and Henrv. Dial HO 2-3M4 BEAT THI HIATI COOL, COOL INOOOB ICE SKATING Daiiy 1:80 to 4 P.M.—1:0d to 10 P.M. Except Mondays Plan • Party! Refreshingly Different! Private Skating LeMOU* Now Available. SHAKESI MALTS! CONES ICE CREAM SODAS! SUNDAES! All Made With Delicious ShearJburn's ICE CREAM O TASTY SANDWICHES O Coca-Cola, Root B*er O Donuti of All Hindi DRIVE IN 300 E. Elm. Phone HO 5-3952 Open 7 A.M. to 11 P.M. Daily including Sunday H&H 4-LANE WEEKEND SPECIALS! 7 Deluxe 00 Hamburgers. '1 Bags $100 French Fries... I 1 Pound OQfi Fish Steaks... £3 W or 4 for $1.00 Hot OQ C Bar>B-Que £v w or 4 for $1.00 Phone HO 2-0322 /or Quick Service on Your Carry-Out Orders/ 4 LANE DRIVE INN 'Homo of 15c Hamburgers" Look (or ui in the Stockade On Ea»t Broadway 8785 E. Broadway, Alton ICELAND, INC. til* C. BBD4DWAY—A170N DANCE WITH A GOOD BAND COME OUT TO SEE HELEN BARKLEY Wood River Veterans • ! Memorial Club • Ml IM4. llvw w Hours 9 to 1 J f June 18, July 2, 16, 30 • &••••••••••••••••••* f«fc OPROWOUS MOVIE FROM THE BttBrST-SEUER.' DORIS DAY-DAVID NIVEH RIM HAYDN McCretlK HUE ir»ln f - "" "•«• Mayo Plus 2nd Hit! . |fj^ • V TQfl l NM Tern* Ray GIRLS i TolVM STARTS SUNDAY FOR ONE WEEK 'OPERATION TONY PETTICOAT' CURTIS *"«™«. COLO- HELL BENT FORiEATHER MM RUM mr HII TWO CARTOONS — CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE! Fire Truck, Live Ponies, Merry-Oo-Round, Swings, Slides, Auto and Train Rides in OUR FREE PLAYGROUND! Open 7:30 * Kiddies Free if Start Dusk TITTl OUTDOOR THEftTRE * 3 MAJOR HITS! COMES ALIVE! m I Let's do ft for AdkO AMM BMQfl) PULTON OORAM TOOMBV COMING SUNDAY Envy (to tat y> you II bi httug *>U COU>R CARTOON FUN QRAFTON LEfilOM DANCE EVERY SAT. NITE marnage and Fun Oft (tie family plan! 3NO BIO FEATURE! ROBERT TAYLOR Today & Sat. QRANP ' mil ' 'HI i HI \HIM.I v i mil Matinees Daily 12:45 ,*, « METROCOLOR ROBERT STACK-DOROTHY MAIONE GEORGfSANOERS- EDMONO O'BRIEN 1:00 3:45 6:35 9:35 PLUS TOMMY IVO TONITE ONLY! 7 P.M. and Afttr IN PERSON TOMMY IVO AND HIS $10,000 Dragster TV & Mo vie Star He A as appeared in "Leave 1+ To Beaver" "Oobie Giilis" "Donna Reed Show" "Danny Thomas Show" "Jim Bowie" and Many Others DRAGSTRIP GIRL Shown 3:35 5:35 8:15 Holder of World I Gas Record IT3 MPN He will also appear in races and defend his Champion Title Saturday and Sunday ' at Alton Dragwuy, Fosterburg. AT BOTH THEATERS ^ I TONITE & SAT. Matinee Sat. 12:45 RINCESS TONITE! Matinee Sat. 12:45 Set.. Thi Giant Rat- Spidor • Bat Craaturo SM ,, Strange Milt High Cities of Mars. .-I Gerald Mohr • Nora Hayden • Les Tremayne • lack Krusehen Shown Wood River 8:00 (Saturday 2:50 6:06 9:35 Wood Rivtr's 2nd Hit "lotf Met* Weit" CltlMMK KIMONO VICTORIA SHAW ettNN coftaerr Saturday 1:15 4:30 Shown Prince* 9:00 Sat. 3:40 8i01 8:80 Prinetu 2nd Hit World'* YouM«tt Financial Tonite 7:88 Sut. 1:00 4:90 PriMtM—Nfxt TuMfey "KWDIll IUMMEP. FUN PAITV H

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