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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JUNE 2S, 1960 TV digest with John X. Jom* The Telegraph'* fViflv RwMo Chart TMWIUY <4—Soorll KsO (MM;) im RC i.MRfl) 178 RC KMOX «)B«1 HOT ftC ISM Kt WOKZ IMO KC ran A DAY to NEXT 8KASO* "Queen For A Day" currently on NBC-TV daytime will be telecast next season over ABC-TV. The ex- piraUon next December of its current five-year contract with NBC- TV, which contained no renewal orj extension rights for the network, enabled ABC' to negotiate for and, acquire tin program. Current plans an- to place it in the time spot of "Love That Bob with lai- ter moving one-half hour earlier. DEA> FttEDKRH'KS - DKWKY j MARTIN IX XKW "IIAKIB1. BOONK" KKIHKS Dean Fredericks, star of "Stev Canyon" series, has been signed to, play the featured role of Crow-i feather. Shawnee warrior in the I upcoming ABC-TV scrip* ''Daniel • Boone." to debut this fall on "\Valt Disney Presents". Dewey Martinj ofj will.star as Boone in a hour-long dramas bused on the lifr and exploits of the irailhhi/er. Mala Powers will co-star. "TELL THK TRI'TH" MOVKS TO \EW TIMK SI'OT .ll.l.Y 7 "To Tell The Truth", panel show presented Thursdays at <i:30-7:0fl p.m. on CBS-TV will move to a new time of 9:^0-10:01) p.m. beginning July 7th. "Adventure Theatre", series of repeats, will debut the samp evening at 9. KTO (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSD iNBC) 5. KETC 9, KPLR 11. Bold Faro denote* highlight (R) denote Repeat* 6:00—(21 Woody Woodpecker Mi (5i News i'9i Sing Hi. Sing Lo 6:io_Mt (51 Weather 6 : 15—(4i CBS News: Edwards i"i'i Sports: Bob Ingham (51 C9i Friendly Giant 10:45— fj'i 6:25—(Ji Spotlight with Nancy exander 6:'50— M Bronco: Layne. as .1 hcimer. dapper man about town, is taken i guests. in by a bespectacled schoolmarm ] i : 06— ci \ in "Game at the Beacon Club". Pat Crowley. <Ri (41 Phil Sihers Show ij'i Laramie: Slim and .le.ss become town marshals in an efiort lo prevent a range war in "Saddle and Spur". Beverly Garland. (Ri i9V Search for America 1111 Wild Bill Hickok 7:00—i4i Peck's Bad Girl: Patty McCormack. Wendell Corey. Marsha Hunt co-star in situation ji^:45—f2> comedy series return for sum- ]j : ,-,o— I'L'I mer. l:'2Q—('2< (9i Bis Picture i Hi Bold Journey: "Return of the Native" 7:30—i2i VA'yait Karp: A "sentence-happy" judge learns a lesson from Wyatt in "The Hanging Judge". (Ri Mi Dobie Gillis: Dobie and his latest lovr find bliss in practicing the theory that money can't buy happiness until they meet a 14-year-old who operates a baby-sitting business. <5'i NBC Playhouse: Series of drama repeats starts with John Ericson starring as an embittered ex-baseball pitcher who had lost an arm in Korea in "The Grenade". (9i Resources - National Security: New series 1111 Movie: Don Anieche, Loretta Young: "Alexander Graham Bell" (19391 Drama S:00— i2'i Rifleman: A tense meeting in th< Old West be- prisoner of war commander of is told in "The Man In the triple role of Hirer brother* who nil bmr • striking rpurmblancp fo Ben Blue In "Ben Btae'n Bfolhef". (5) Arthur Murray: 'Colon June Lockhart. David Wayne, Boh Sterling and his wife Ann Jeffreys guests. 'R> t if>i FCsrape fron) Cage 9:00— ('21 Alcoa Resents: Suzz- annr Llyod and Jack Kirk\vard. Jr. star in "Ordral on Ixxwst Street" The particnlly openerl windows of a mysterious locked room lead a young man to takf one more stop beyond. (Ri Mi Garry Moore Show: Comedian Alan King and musical-comedy star Gretchen Wyler 'are jjursts. "That Wonderful Year" is 1950. Final show or season — next werk a hour mystery series debuts in this time spot ".")» M Squad: Police probe the theft of a packet of industrial diamonds in "Sour Apples". (91 Bookmark 9:20— i II i News 9:2T>—iM'i Expose 9:30— (21 Highway Patrol I en Coronado 9 j 1111 Code Three '10:00—<2'i Top Pro-Football: Baltimore Colts vs. Detroit Lions. ' (Film i Mi News: Spencer Allen f 51 Whirlybirds (Hi Movie: Mickey Roo: ney, Jeanne Cagncy: "Quick! sand" (1950) Drama. ilO:10—(4i Weather: Fontaine 10:15—(4i Eye on St. Louis •10:30—M'i Movie: Mae'West. Edmund Lowe: "Kvi-ry Day's a Holiday" (19:57! Comedy (51 News. Spoils, Weather 10:45— (51 Jack Paar Show: Al- King. Minnie Guggen- Bill and Corn Baird N S: U' HIM*: Wt 'N i P. Como Gordon Gordon Davli W N 3 icn«rd ichard N; .1. N: S Man on Go World N E, Morii<n Jr. Gordon 0. N D, Gordon N Couhran B BurnM Bob Richards Richard Rlchird Ricnard Ricnard D. Gordon N; Amo» 'n Andy N: Richard Amos 'n Andy K Richard S Gordon Fan in Stands S: Jenkins D Gordon interview B Jenkhit I. P«««. v**UJ; sign Off N Mmlc S'llf MUSIC D Gordon sign Off Oirds-RedlegA .Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins .49 \. Imaaa image Meironom* :•.. R Shop Record Shop N: R ShOP Record 9hop •lemorltt I Buck N: R. ShOP Record Shop S: R. ShOP Record Shop N: MemorlM Memorle* *i MemnrtM: N N: Buck J Buck N: R, Shop Record Shop N: R SHOO Record Shoo Gun'har ' jiinihet uoener N harm S'oael l-'»rm William* wiinamt G Newiome Newsome Newsome N: Day Bob Day V Oav Boh Day Hardin Home Bureau to Meet HARDIN Hardin Home But-pat.! t'nll will meet fit 8 p.m. luday at the home of Mrs. Pauli B Hanks, and npenlal guests i will HP members of the Hardin Busy Bees' 4-H Club, who will present several foods demonstrations for the urtH. Assistant! hostess will be Mrs. Ray H.: Johnson Jr. The major lesson. "Care* ofi , Small, Electrical Equipment,"! will lie given by Mrs. Arthur Clark and Mrs. Hanks, and the| minor lesson. "Toppings for fee Cream." will be- presented 'iy Mrs. L. V. Kinsf-r. Mark* Hlrthiln.v HARDIN Johnny Corboll of Hambinn entertained a mini ;bfM of his liltlf friends HI a ; party last Wednesday in celebration of his eighth birthday. The j children were served traditional 1 jbirthday refreshments, and | Johnny received many nice [gifts. Out-of-town guests \\<->P Danny and Rickey Mietx. BttkP Sale HARDIN Calhoun Chap'e.i. Order of Eastern Star will spun; •sor M bake sale at Corbet) Ford i Garage in llardin Saturdav H ! 1 :'.',(> p.m. Macoupin Board Approves 15 Liquor Permits CARLINVILLF; The Macoupin County Liquor Commission has granted licenses to the following for the year of July 1, 1960. through June 30. 1961: Helen V. Beiermann doing business as The Chrysta! Bar. Rt. 1. Bunker Mill; Bertha Stemlrklc doing business as Bert's and Al's, Rt. 2. Staunton; Frank Intiker, The Ht Cafe. Rt. 2. Staunton: George Zarr. The Ranch Inn, R.R. Litchfield; Joe Mnkula. The Mill Cafe. R.R. Mount Olive; Garnetta Cretteur. Jules Tavern. Rt. 2. Staunton: Dominic Tureo. Corner Tavern. Rt. 1. Glllespip; Mary Stradei. Strader's Tavern. R.R. Ptein- vie\v. Dorothy Sherman. S. & S. Bowl. Gillespie; Steve Marko. The Glades. Carlinville; Anna Svellik. Moonlight Inn, Rt, 1. cd "I'm Praying For You" and "Mediation" at a piano and organ recital at the city hall in Litchfield Sundav afternoon. Mount Olive; Karl D. Belim, The fiottte Shop, R.R. Carlin- vUle; 3. 0. Hetty, the Caboose, paying Coliseum Ballroom. Rt. 4, Benld.i $180; and the Staunton Country Club. Staunton. $60. swim Schedule CARLINVILLE - The second (two-week period of swimming instruction sponsored by the Macoupin County Chapter Of the : American Red Cfosi wffl be held at Late Carlinville from July 5-15 Inclusive. The «w»d- iule for that period is^ M follows: 9 a.m.. Carlinville. 10- and 11- ; year-olds and all intermediates under 10. and all South Standard students. 10 a.m.. Gillespie, 10 and older and intermediates under 10; Bunker Hill. Wilsonvillr. Dor- Chester, Hornsby. all. 1J a.m.. Carlinville. South School beginners under 10. 12::iO p.m.. GiJlespic. beginners under 10. 1:30 p.m., Southwestern. Brighton. Medora. Chesterfield, ipiasa. Shipman and Plainview. jail. 2:30 p.m.. Carlinville, over 12. North School, beginners under 10. and life.saving. O. Lock, expert on stwl from Tanganyika, fttota New Guinea can grow sisal on a paying OM5JT 7 tW <•» Sf ARf DtSR IT-WOOD 1 tit Tfmt IhiHnn •••••^^^^(ww N: Gunther II Gunther N-. Farm I. Dalley N: Dalley I. Dalley N; W Rex Davl* ciockwatchar N; Newiome G. Newsome N; Newsome G. Newsome N: Day s. Da> N. Day Bob Day World N H. Gunther N: Gunther H. Gunther N: T. M: Dalley Dalley Dalley N Rex Davli Clockwatcher N: G. N Newiome Newsome Newiome N Bob Day G. Newiome Wilson Wilson Exercise* Unltv: Hymns o Centre!) H. Christian N Clockwatcher N: G. N: G. Newiome Newsome Newsome Newsome N: Walter H. Walter tello Quit R Benson B fast Club Godfrey Godfrey N: G. N Oavls Davis Davis Davis N: R Benson Benson i\: Wilson ! i;ri Wilson pallev Dalley Dalley Dalley N Party flouseparty i.i. Moore Jtosby-Clooney Uavti Davis Davis Davis N; lime cty Urne M Games Movie: Muriannu, Hel- n iut Dantine: "Guerilla Girl" i)937i Spy Drama 11:30— HD B ed I i m e Stories: Charles Coburn stars in "World is My Oyster". 11:50— (4) Movie: May Robson, Harry DaVenporl: "Granny Gel Your Gun" (]940i Urania r* huuje Pty. >. f-arm \'ogel Farm I hR World N Headlines l McCormlck :> Next Door Rl. to Hap'iness Da vu Uavls Davis Davt» N r-urm-Mkt. A. Grace Club Newt N: Party ; P'house Party V Will D. Witt N: Witt Will: N Whispering Sts Ma Perkins Dr Malone Mrs Burton Best Seller ti Williams N, B N: B. at tween a former and the formei B prison camp Photographer" iRi MI Tightrope: C'u:uioi> is hired b\ ;i gang lord lo proud the life ol his daughter during a syndicate revolt, i Ri (ji Richard Ilia in o n d: David Janssen stars .is tin private-eye as series returns lur the summei with all ne\\ cp- siodes. Diamond help.-, smash a bootleg liquor ring in "Pop- skull". (9> Brieiiny .Session S:30—(2> Coll .45: A cold-blooded murder leads Chris on the, trail of three unidentified killers in "The Reckoning". (Ri (4) Comedy S|xit: Ben Blue (11) News Night Court Weather News Home Digest Pari-s Precinct Daily Word Late News Roundup Give Us This Day WEDNESDAY, JLNE 29 5:45—M) Give Us This Day NPWS: Tom Brooks P.S. -I; Government Mroning St. Louis Today: Newscasts 7:25 and 8:25 a.m. 8:00— ('2 1 Camera Two f41 News: Grover Cartoon Time Capt. Kangaruu Jack LaLannr Show Red Rowc Sho\\ Dough- Re-Mi Romper Room On The Go Play Your Hunch I LOVP Lucy Price Is Right iColor 1 Topper December Bride Concent ration , Mr. & Mrs. North Love of Life Truth or Consequences Morning Chapel Nr\vs: Dailsl Coffee Break '. Search tor Tomorrow i It Cmild Be You iCol- Si 12:05— C)> 12:35— 1 5 1 12:10—11'' i 4 1 1:35— MI 5:50—Mi 6:00—M» 7:00— Mi (51 £:15— (2) MI 9: DO— (21 MI 101 .00 Burke i)- Gordon N* Gordun tlurrfon: N Buck Buck . Bui ke Burke i Kuikc.. S: Gordon D Goidon N uordon Hot don. N Buck Buck MI i 10:00— M i i (5> •10::-50-<2i | Mi 11: GO— i 2 i n •:;(>- 121 Short Gmdinn Li^lit N'exvs: lla>\\anl Restless Gun News-Weather Beat Charlotte Peters Woman's Touch People's Choice Love That Bob' As 'Die World Turns About Faces: Dale Wells Far^o" Robertson and noted bridge authority Charles Gor en quests MI Full Circle ' j i yuei'ti for a Da.\ 1 11 1 Movie: Olson and Johnson: "See My Lawyer" 1 1945) Musical Comedy Susie MI House Parts 11 4.V- .-1 1 ll:.V>-i2i Noon— iL' 1 ' 1 1 (.">! Ill' 1 2 :(!.">— MI l:iiu— iL. 1 ' i.V Lorrtta Young 2:OU— i2' Day in Court i-li Millionairr iji Young Dr. Malone 1111 Movie: "Quicksand" See Tuesday. 10 p.m.. Ch. 11. 2:1)0—i2i Gale Storm (•li Verdict Is Yours iji From These Roots Beat The Clock i-h Brighter Day. (5'i The Thin Man -M'i Secret Storm Who Do You Trust'. 1 i I' Kdge of Night (51 Yancy Derringer I): 45-H11 Cap!. 11 4:OQ— (21 Ameriuan Bandstand (11 SS Popc.\ e i.")i Our Miss Brooks •1:30—i'li Movie: James Cang. Donna Reed: "Gentle Annie" (1944) Western U")i Life ol Hiley 5:00—(2» My Friend Flicka (5> Wrangler's Club: First 15 minutes in color (in Sgt. Preston 5:oil—i2i News: Hu>ward ill! Suspense\1lle 5:IO—l2i Weather: Havward 5:45—12 > Cartoon Time 151 lluntley-Brinklej Neus i HI Three Stooges ORDINANCE NO. 2H7-.J AH Amended in Committee AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ^RDINANCE NO. 1963, THK ,(TRAFFIC ORDINANCE'. AND ORDINANCE NO. 2064, THE 'PARKING METER ORDINANCE, TO PERMIT PARK- llNG ON THE EAST SIDE OF ! BELLE STREET. BETWEEN THIRD AND F O U R T H STREETS. SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Orson Blaylock and sons have.moved lo the new house recently erected on the late Mae Lee property. Miss Vella Wood of Bloomington has retired from school teaching and will move into her home vacated by the Blaylock family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Duncan and son of Illinois City spent Saturday with their cousins. 'Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jaynes. Miss Sandra Range ol Georgia has been a guest in the Marshall Halliday home. Miss Carrie Wrtggoiitr of Alton spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. H. R. French. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shultx and family were Sunday evening supper guests of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Emery, in Bunker Hill. Mr. and Mrs. James Cottingham a n d daughter. Mrs. Jessie Cottingham and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cottingham and Glen returned Saturday from a vacation in Wisconsin. The Webelos troop and their loader. Calvin Davis, enjoyed a trip to Litchfield Saturday afternoon. They made a tour of the ne.w city hall, police station and fire house. Those who went in addition to Davis were: Paul Kahl. Billy Schoeneman. Kenneth Beck- 1 ham. Dennis and Eddie Dugan. ri i v 4! i'' ' i Donald Reed and Robert Mills. Hamburg Youth Group j Ml . s Gene Thomae organlgt at ! the local Methodist Church, play- Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins N. Day Bob Day B Counter I, Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Palen Palen Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins RlcJiard Palen Palen N! Richard K" Richard .v l^icnard K. Richord N: Palen l Palen BE IT ORDAINED BY THE Phyllis CITY COUNCIL OF THK CITY Marlene HARDIN — The Hamburg! Youth Fellowship spent a day in Springfield last week, Those who made the trip were: Irma and Ida Dirksmeyer. Diana. Terry and Larry Os- lenium, Judy and Steve Nelson. and Carol Howl^nd. and Marcella Grover. OF ALTON: Section '• |{ O sie alu | ea.st side of Belle Street from 0:00 A.M. to 6:UO P.M. Monday through Saturday from a point, 30 feet south of the south curb line of Fourth Street to a point IHfeet south of said south curb line Section 'i. That there shall be estab- and Kay Smith. Sammy .M\r Ciondcnny, Darrell S,ni,l, Roxic Dirksmeyer, Judy IH'iiee, Carolyn Fischer, Linda Booth. David Varner. Marylyn W ilson. and Judy Jones. rhaDei . oncs , ve ,. e Ml , s Fpl . n Uiapuonts \\eie Alls, fein Ostermun and Mrs. Dons M. linivLT. and Youth Leader. Mis.s Nancy Clendenny. Belle Street beginning at a point 11-1 feet south of the south curl) line of Fourth Slre.el nnd extending 100 feel solitherl> therefrom. Said loading /one shall be for the joint use of all husiness establishments in block and their patrons. Sfotion ». I hat no parking or loading shall he permitted on the. east side of Belle Street between Third and Fourth Streets on FrUlav from 0:00 P.M to !i:00 , [> "j ' Section 4. Thai one hour parking metei> shall lie installed on the east side •>! Belle Street hetwecn Methodist Summer Camp. Little Grassy, at Carboiidale this week arc Miss Carolyn Fischer and Miss Linda Booth. They are members o( the Hamburg Youth Fellow- airt ship and arc attending camp lor the first time this year. Other members ol the group will a item I camp in Kldorado in July Julie Harris signed NF.W YORK .-V—Julie Harris, who is appearing in Shakespeare productions in Canada this summer, will return to Broadway on Nov. 28 in the James Costigan Third ami Fourth Streets in the play "Little Moon of Alban." pacing areas duMgnnted in The drama concerning the 19161921 troubles in Dublin will be Costigan's first Broadway play, and will be the first theater production ol Mrs. Mildred Freed Alberg. Both Costigan and Mrs. iAlsberg have previously done television drama productions. Miss Harris will play the role lY^vpt has experts studying a $:>IXI million Qattara Depression de- \'i'lo|iment project. of a deeply religious girl The Chicken Shack i Formerly Joe's Grill* Koute 67—4iodfre> I he t'lace tu du \\hen Vou \\anl the Ver.v Br»i: Our new Maximum tower Includes you (aiid •v«ryone witbiu a S*-miU- rt«4iu» ol Aluin-Uood River) our coveruce area. II yaui t\ i picture It mil sal tctorv. you'll mUs -IHI -I.EMAN" Uinlvhl HI VI C hartoal Broiled SteaU* Aged to Perfection Skillel tried fit Uarbei-ued Uib» Air Conditioned for lour loiiUurt: 'uetday thru *»tufd»> 5 P.M. to ' -l-M- »unU*.v» $ RJkl. to l« P.M—L luted Mcud»>» Section 1 above. Section 3. That the bus zone now located on the east side of Belle Streel between Third and Fourth Streets be and the same i.s hereby eliminated. Section B. That parking meleis numbered 24-3 (on the north side ol' Third Street east ol Belle Street' and 10-H uin tlu south stdt ol Third Street west ol Belle Street> shalJ be removed. Sifotion 7. Thai the bus /one mi the .lurtb side of Third Street east ol Belle Si reel shall be established a* S5 feel in length e\lending ea>twardly from the east cllib line of Belle Street •Section K. Iliak the bu> /.one on ihe -outh Mcie tit Third Slleel at Belle StrctM ,>hall be established 1011 teel in length exli'lidillg westward from I hi- easl curb line of Belle Street ;!>• eMeilded. Section «. That all ordinance.- 01 pui-is of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed That this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and altei its. passage and imhli- cation according to law. PASSED THIS 22nd DAY OF Jl'NE. 1U60. PAt'l. A PRICE. City Clerk Approved as to Form and Legalil> : - IOHN W. HOEFKH1. •SEAL) Corporation Counselor tot the City of Alton. Illinois) Edda ('1(63-11321 i Kdda '1179-12411 ot Upon Unity 6:30, Slurt T p.m. Adults 50c Kfddies Sot- FAMILY NIGHTS TONIGHT, WED., THUR. All Seats 25c. Mutlnee Every Wednesday. Let the Uptown be Your Baby Sitter for a few hours. All Lough Program BOB HOPE — IN — "ALIAS JESSE JAMES' 1 Tues. and Thar*. 8:45 p.m. Wed., '1:50 6:00 9:15 Tues. and Thurs. 7 J, t:»7. 16 p.m. 8:00 4th Chapter of "Zorro's Fighting Legion" Shoun tit 7:00. IU:'>5 p.m. \Ved., Mutinee und Kveiiinij; I Your Favorite I anilly Drive-In I STARLIGHT Bux Oftk'f Upt-i\s al 7:M 11 lit I •iXTlHUAV ; VEMIE s TONITE r»rto<m»—Fre* t'hildren 44uiitt«4 SK LAST MCiHT: C'urv Grunt Tonv Curtis ••Operation Petticoat" Audle Murphy Sandra Dee "Wild and the Innocent" STARTS TOMORROW! ITS NMINNtS ITS SNUINYSTEIU! ORIGINAL THREE STOOGES r, GRAND & PRINCESS * Now! Ends Sat. - Both Thtatros JOHANSSON vs. PATTERSON Fight Pictures SHOWN EXTRA WITH OUR REGULAR PROGRAM GRAND Today tit 4:10 7:25 10:38 — PR1NCKSS 8:15. OPEN DAILY 12:45 Shown 2:85 5:50 9:05 Till IRYNNER MT KENDALL -Today Last Times OPEN DAILY 12:45 Adult<i 83v eenugerM 80c Child 'JSe Starts Wednesday! ATTACK! REPEAT ATTACK! ~* This Wm The Order To Halseys Hell- Raisers W lio Turned The Tide In A I'iu min fi Ocean Holocaust! CRAM* Presented at 2:25, 5:50, 9:15 THIS WAS THE BULL OF THE PACIFIC - HIS NAME WAS HALSEY - BUT THE ENEMY SPELLED IT "HELL"! • PLUS 2ND HIT • Robert Montgomery prgttnts ERY-BEIRNELAY,* FRANK 6IL Picture • RelUMd thru With Dennis Weaver, TV's Chester of "Gunsmoke" Plus JOHANSSON vs. PATTERSON FIGHT FILMS Shown Wednesday at 1:00 4:25 7:50 TONITE LAST TIMES Tony Perkins, Jane Fondu "THE TALL STORY" I'LUS At »:IO Kity Duntou "RISE AND FALL OF LEGS DIAMOND" At 7:20 STARTS WED.! A FHCMMKH 9F IXPLODIHS UU6HUR! PLUS Cameron Mitchell John lupton "3 CAME TO KILL" TONITE LAST TIMES' "THE KILLER SHREWS" 7:00,9:45 'THE GIANT GILA MONSTER" 8:30 Plus Johansson vs Patterson Fight 8:15 Open 6:30 WEDNESDAY! tOOl fUH •At 7:U3 and 1U:»U WEDNESDAY MATINEE ONLY! O»IR 1 P.M. - Starts 1i30 - All Sutt 26< OOPRIVE f FUN PARTY" A Qiiit Mitita Pilturi Fiatvn JOHN PAYNE IN f KY-HIQH THRILLS "BAIL OUT AT 43,000"

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