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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1900 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN The Telegraph 9 * Daily Radio Chart SATURDAY n*»N>wi w-wo«ti •—Sport* weather MO (HBO) Mt BO WKW (MBS) HI Ri) RMUX com) tiff BO •WR MM BO WORK 8 9 10 S 40 111 N: HarfclM Prenowo 8, MaiOfl r. oraat Mason; N N; Afternoon S: Afternoon Ed Macauloy Burnet; S N: Rlchtrt K. Richard N; Richard K. Richard ft**. Wardio To VMS Monitor Hawaii calls • I M S. Maioa Matotr, N N: Buck , J. BUCK Jar* Festival . lACOfd 8; R. : locofd ok Ballroom N: Monitor Monitor S. Maim ft »» S; Mason Mason; N Fan in Standi Interview N; R. SlOt Record SM» N; R. r- Record N; MuiU Music Music; N Sign Off N; Monitor Monitor S. Mason M »• Sl«n Off Cards-Brave* N: R. Shop Record Shop N: R. Shop Record Shop N. Monitor Monitor Orand 01* Ot>r» N; R. Shop Record Shop N; R r Record AP n Momoftoo N: R. Shop Record Shop S. R. 8hM Record Shop MtnjioriM" MemorUt): N Jazz Festival >. ,* Festival; N N; R. ShOP Record Shop N; R. Shop Record Shop SUNDAY N: Hymn* Hymn* N: Hymn* Hymn* •;M. control" C. tovelletto R..MU.IO N: Music R, Music Sac'ad H**rt N; Quart* Fa'tb in A'kM V. Quart* Presbyterian Pirn. N: Hymn* '• Hymn* N; Journal C. Journal Rex Davll N: Music R. Music N: Music R. Music N: Roundup Jewish Pirn. Christian 90. Living Art Bible ClaM l» I* H'Hng Wltji* N: W Selene* Bd Church of A,jr N: Music R. Music N: Club 1380 Club Protestant* N: Pulpit Radio Pulpit Hymn* Propnecy N: Tabernacle Ta bemad* L. Invitation N; Club 1.380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N; Fishing Profile*; N Lutherans Rev. Lowman I. •* .M .1* .30 iS 6 .00 .11 JO U .It JO 8 .00 It 9 .U 10 M 11 M N. Brunch Brunch 3rd BapL N; S Music N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N; S Music Background N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N. Prevu* Prevue N Brunch Italian Mr. ** ii N; S Apathy Danger Muny Best N; Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club v. Bruncn Brunch Th* world Dr. BarnhouM Man In Stands Interview Cards-Brave* N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N: Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor. Hymn* I* C. Peopl* N: Club 1380 Club N. Club 1380 Club N; Monitor Monitor Bapt. Hr. Hymns N: Club 1380 Club N; ClUb 1380 Club N. Monitor Monitor N; Monitor Monitor Dr. Plerc* Back tO ( God S. Afternoon Afternoon: S N: Club 1380 Club N. Club 1380 Club N: SOSS On the LIM Press Meet Headline* N T. Grant G. Sokolsky N. Afternoon S. Afternoon N; Club 1380 Cub N. Club 1380 Club N. Monitor Monitor N; Monitor Monitor S: Report Overseas N Hymns J. Dollar Suspense N; Club 1380 Club N. Club 1380 Club N: Monitor Monitor Hymns S; Hymn* Hymns; N N: S Mitch MUler Miller; Trio N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N: Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor Hymns Sign Off N; Festival Jazz Festival N; Club 138* Club N: Club 1380 Club N; Living F. Living Catholic* Have Gun— Gunsmoke N: Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club AP N Washington Nlte Music N: Smith Dr. Dooley Face Nation N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N; Music Nlte Music Music: N N; Report Perspective B. Anthony N: Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club MONDAY 4. CS m. 0? H. Gunthar N H. Gunther N Opener N; Farm Vogel Farm N: William* G. William* Clockwatcher G. Newsom* N: Newsom* G Newsome N: Gunther H. Gunther *• V* N * N: Farm T. Dalley N: Dalley T. Dalley N: W Rex Davl* Clockwatcher N: Newsom* G. Newsome N; Newsom* G. Newsome 9 10 JO .IS World N H. Gunther N; Gunther H. Gunther N; Dalley T. Dalley N; Dalley Dalley; N Rex Davl* Clockwatcher N; Newsome G. Newsome N: Newfcome G. Newsome N; Wilson Ed WllfOB Exercise* Unity: Hymn* G. Cantrell H. Christian N Clockwatcher N: Newoome G. Nejvsome N: Newsome G. Newsom* N: Wilton Ed Wilson B'fast Club N: Godfrey A. Godfrey N: Davis G. Davis N: Davis G. Davta N. Wilson Ed Wilson N: T. Dalley N: Dalley Dalley; N N: Party Houseparty G. Moore Crosby-Clooney N. Davis G. Davis N: Davis G. Davis N P'hou** Ptjr. N: farm Vogel Farm The World N; Headline* J. McCormlc* Fan In Stand* Interview N: Davis G. Davis N; Davis G. Davis N; Party P'house Party N; Witt D. Witt N; Witt Witt; N Cards-Dodgers N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N: Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Burke J. Burke p. Wjtt N; Witt Witt: N N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N: Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Burke J. Burke p. Gordon N; Gordon Gordon: N N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N: Jenkins K. Richard N; Burk* J. Burke n ii Burke: N N: Gordon D. Gordon N; Gordon Gordon; N Music Cards-Dodger* N; Richard K. Richard N; Richard K. Richard N; S: Law L. Welk N Lombardo N: Gordon D. Gordon Gormoi N Cards.Dodger* N; Richard K. Richard N; Richard K. Richard N; S Man on Go World N E. Morgan F. Lewi* Jr. D. Gordon N ' D. Gordon N; Richard K. Richard S; Richard K. Richard N; Music Music Emphail* Music O. Gordon S; Gordon D. Gordon Music Music; N N: Richard K. Richard S: Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Music Music p. Gordon sign Off Amos-Andy Trio: Richard* In Person N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Image Image Metronome N; Festival N: R. Shop Jazz Festival Record Shop " " N; R. Shop Record Shop N Memorlao N J. Buck N: R. Shoe Record Shop Record Shop N; Memories Memorle* MemorlHi N N; Buck J. Buck lip sign on Rev. urleh Rev. Bl'rtb M m w ot Life II II M Rev. LObo* Art Hah Sac. Heart Startlme N: Music Bandstand AM Worship 1st Baptlel Wash. Report St. Fran. Hr. N C. Cradle Georgetown N: Music Sen. Dtrksen WU Pgm. N; Palen J. Palen N: Palen J. Palen N: Palen J. Palen N: S J. Palen N; Palen J. Palen N. Palen J. Palen Palen: N Sign Off N: Day Bob Day N: Day Bob Day N: Day S: Day N; Day Bob Day N Bob D., N; Walter H. Walter Tello Qua R. Benaoa N: Benson R. Benson N; Time Cty Time M. Galnee N Farm-Mkt. A. Grace Club New* N: Day Bob Day B. Counter N; Palen J. Palen N; Palen J. Palen N: Palen J. Paien Ni S N: POM /,• *•«• N. v' ^ w »» J. Pegg Peag: N Sign Off TV digest with John ft. Junes TUG CONTE METHOD HOLLYWOOD 19 — Richard Conte doesn't concern himself with the well-known acting methods—he has his own. The Conte method applies to only one person:'a dark, almost sinister-looking man who has been playing top character roles for 15 years. "I've discovered that personality is based upon the dynamic* of the individual and orientation K) one's work is the key," Conte says. "Orientation is the source of energy and out of that comes the pleasure for work which is the secret of life. ''Orientation energy and therefore pleasure. If you derive pleasure from it, it has to be good and you'll have the en ergy. I stress energy because it's in nature." An actor can always make a role alive and interesting if he understands about orientation and energy, Conte believes. His acting theory also considers motivation: "A lot of people are under the delusion that money is happiness. This is not true. It's the orientation. It's doing your job the best way you know how and from that comes money." About 10 per oant of eacth itate'b residents come originally front some othev state, according to estimates. Tonight "Digest" contains TV listings thru July 4th. KTV1 (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBC) 5, KPLR 11. SATURDAY KVKftttrO, JULY 9 Bold face denotes highlight — (R) repeats. 6:00—(2) News: Hayward (4) The Big 4 (5) Pioneer (11) This Is Alice 6:30-<2> Dick Clark: In Chicago tonight. Clark's guests Include Brenda Lee. Freddy Cannon, Tommy Edwards and Jack Scott. (4) Perry Mason: Mason discovers that all lipstick is not kissproof during the investigation of "The Case of the Angry Mourner". (R) (5) Bonanza: (Color) A politician who aspires to the office of mayor, stirs up trouble between the majority and minority groups of Virginia City in "The Fear Merchants". (R) (11) Seven League Boots 7:00—(2) High Road: Beauty, brutality and tenderness highlight the struggle for "Survival" among animals and birds. (Ri (Hi Code Three 7:30—(2) Leave It To Beaver: Beaver panics as a result of a baby picture contest held in his class. (R) (41 Wanted: Dead or Alive: the brother of a murder victim tries to take Randall's prisoner. (R) (5) Man and the Challenge: A trusted, high-level sci enlist and his secretary plot to Mil Barton. (R) (11) Movie: Joseph Allen Jr., Mary Howard: "Who Is Hope Schuyler?" (1942) Mystery. 8:00—(2) Lawrence Welk: Welk and his Music Makers are on vacation so tonight's and July 9 programs are repeats. (4) Mr. Lucky: A crooked salesman tries to make Lucky appear guilty of a crime. (R) (5) The Deputy 8:30—(4) Have Gune, Will Travel: Paladin 1 is hired to protect a wealthy man and his fiancee from an outlaw who has threatened to kill htm. (R). (5) World Wide*60: On the eve* of Hawaii's official statehood, Robert McCormick narrates "Hawaii — Pacific Miracle". (R) (11) Marry a Millionaire 9:00—(2) Jubilee USA: Eddy Arnold subs for vacationing Red Foley. Sonny James, Judy Kay and the Frontiersmen are guests. (4) Gunsmoke: Dillon feigns death when an attempt is made on his life. (11) Wrestling 9:30—(4) San Francisco Beat (5) ' Death Valley Days 0:00—(2) Highway Patrol (4) News: Spencer Allen (5) Mike Hammer (11) Movie: Ella Raines, j Randolph Scott: "The Walking! Hills" (19491 Western. 10:10—(4) Weather: Fontaine 10:15— (4t Movie: Spencer Tracy, Katharine Hepburn: ''Keeper of the Flame" (1942) Drama. 10:30— (2) Californians (5) Movie: Barbara Bates, John Mills: "Town On Trial" (1957: English) Mystery. ll:00-(2) Panic 11:30—(2) Movie: Lawrence Tierney, Mari.ssa O'Brien: "Kill or Be Killed" (1950) Mystery. (11) Movie: Bela Lugosi, Greta Gynt: "The Human Monster" (1940: English) Mystery. 7:15— (4) 7:45— (4) 8:15— (4) 8:30— (2) (4) Il:»-(4) Movie: David Niven, Stanley Holloway: "Immortal Battalion" (1944: English) Dra ma. 12:30-(11) News l:00-(5) News I:0&-(5) Movie: Warren Wil Ham: "The Lone Wolf Keeps a Date" (1941) Mystery. l:25-(4) Give Us This Day 2:05— (5) Weather Report St'NDAY, JULY S 7:00— (4) Give Us This Day Big Picture Early Riser Chrlstiarl Science Town Hall Why Is It So?: "Mechanisms of Heat Transfer". (5) Film 9:00— (2) Fisher Family (4) Lamp Unto My Feet: Thomas Jefferson's last will and testament is the subject of a short play. (5) Protestant Hour 9:30-(2) Herald of Truth Sunday This Is The Life (5) Christophers Faith of Our Fathers Faith for Today Camera Three: "What to Do With Ex-Presidents". (5i| Film 10:55— (4) News: Richard Bate 11:00— (2) Message of the Rabbi (4) Way of Life City Art Museum , Social Security Americans at Work Sacred Heart Caucus: "Politics in Economics" — Part 2. Sen. Paui Douglas (D., 111.) guest. (5) Frontiers of Faith (11) This Is The Answer Ask a Priest Noon— (2) League Women Voters (4) Montage: "The Psaltery", origin, history and cultural significance of one of the "oldest musical forms. (5) Home Hunters' Guide (11) Wild Bill Hickok 12:13-(5) News: Walt Williams 12:30— (2) Biulder's Showcase (4) Quiz a Catholic (5) Movie: "Town on Trial". See Sat., 10:30 p.m., Oh. 5. (11) Movie: Bob Steele: "Saddlemates" (1941) Western. 1:00— (2) Cartoon Classics (4) Movie: Dennis 0'- Keefe, Florence, Rice: "The Kid from Texas" Drama. 1:30— (2) Movie: Glenn Ford, Valli: "The White Tower" (1950) Drama. (11) Roller Derby ; 2:00— (4) Charlie Chan 2:30— (4) Last of Mohicans (5) Cameo Theatre (11) Movie: Scott Brady, Audrey Totter: "The Vanishing American" (1955) Western. 3:00—(4) News: Max Roby Inside KMOX-TV Brave Stallion American Musical Musical Comedy dis- (4) (5) 10:00— (2) (4) 10:30— (2 1 (4) (5) 11:15— (21 (5) 11:30— (2) (4) 3:15-(4) 3:30-(2) (4) Theatre: cussed. &) 4:00-(2) (4) Amos 'n Andy Jim Bowie Close Up: League of Women Voters. (5) Summer Incident: (Special-Color) Scenes of U. S. Marines landing in Lebanon in July, 1958. (30 min). (U) TV Hour of Stars: Phyllis Kirk, Kendall Scott: "Men in Her Life" Drama. 4:30—(2) Sounds of The Caribbean: (Special) U. S. Navy steel drum band presents half-hour concert narrated by Bruce Hayward. (4) Face The Nation: New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller fueflt. (5) Silent Voice: (Special "Othello" for the deaf. Sgn- langtwge presentation of Shakespeare's tragedy. Dnvld Brinkley narrates. 5:00—(2) Conventions Preview: (Special) FllpiM comments by I leading candidates from both> parties. (4i FYI: "Who Speaks for Me?" The problem of political representation of the urban citizens is discussed. (5) Meet The Press: Gov. LeRoy Collins of Florida Is guest. (11) Texas Rangers 5:30—(2) Lone Ranger (4) Twentieth Century: "Freedom for the Philippines". Walter Cronkite narrates films tracing the progress of Philippine independence. (R) (5) Fun Fare (11) Movie: Valerie Hobsotv Richard Todd: "Interrupted Journey" (1949: English) Dra ma. EVENING 6:00— (2) Broken Arrow: Wounded, Cochise appoints a temporary chief who tries to lead the Apaches back to war. (R) (4) Lassie (5) Overland Trial: A man named O'Mara takes over as sheriff and with the help of gunslingers begins collecting tolls on all roads. (R) 6:30—(2) Maverick: Bart stops a runaway horse and is captivated by the rider, a pretty girl in "The Lass with the Poisonous Air". (R) (4) Dennis the Menace: Dennis and Tommy camp out in the backyard and a sound-effects record on a neighbors Hi-fi makes Mr. Wilson think the boys are in trouble. (R) 7:00—(4) Ed Sullivan: Rosemary Clooney, Phil Foster, Dave Barry, the Happy Jesters, the Wanderers are guests. (5) Music on Ice: (Color) "All-American Salute". Singer Judy Lynn, skaters Manuel del Toro, Norman Crider, George Simpson guests. (11) Behind Closed Doors 7:30—(2) Lawman: Lily arrive in Laramie to open a saloon an Troop suspects her of aiding a outlaw. (R) (11) Movie: Laraine Day Kirk Douglas: "My Dear Secre tary" (1948) Comedy. 8:00-(2) Rebel: Two ex-Unio soldiers beat up Johnny"' tryin to find where a two-million-do lar gold cache is hidden. (4) GE Theatre: Burl Ive stars as King David in the B blical story of David's sorro\ over his ambitious but heac strong son, Absalom, who re fuses to obey him in "Absalom My Son". (R) (5) Mystery Show: (Color Everett Sloane stars in "Mu der Me Nicely". A young studen jealous of an honor student plan to wreck his life. 8:30— (2) Alaskans: The threa of a town-destroying avalanch sets off a homicide and send Silky Harris on a deadly mission. (R) (4) Alfred Hitchcock: newspaper headline about a mur der recalls the strange conse o^iences of a father's mistrus of his son 30 years earlier i . "Day of the Bullet". (R) 9:00—(4) Lucy in Connecticut Series of repeats begins fo summer season. Lucy decide that it would be nice to mov from the city and prevails 01 Ricky to move to Westporl Conn. (R) (5) Loretta. Young: Young portrays a spinster schoo teacher who experiences one rare and tender moment of af fection — which is twisted intc an ugly scandal. (R) 9:20-(11) News: Bob Lurie 9:30—(2) Johnny Staccato: "The Man in the Pit" features jazz man Pete Condoli. Mistaken iden tity and blackmail lead to death in a backstage drama. (R) (4) What's My Line?: Actor Tony Randall guest (5) The Vikings: Shipwrecked in a heavy fog, Leif arid his Viking* are captured when they swim ashore In "The Bowman". (11) Open End: The Negro passive-resistanrt* movement is discussed in "Crisis in the South". Rendezvous CBS News Sunday 10:00-(2> (4) Special (9) 10:15—(4) 10:25—(4) lO:30-(2) Grand Jury News: Max Roby Sports: Carmichael Movie: Simone Signo- ret, Yves Montand: "The Crucible" (1957: French) Drama. (4) Movie: Jeannette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy: "New Moon" (1940) Opm-etta. (5) Man from Interpol 11:00—(5) Divorce Court 12:00—15) News 12:05—(5) Quest for Adventure 12:15—(4) Movie: Dick Purcell, Anne Nagel: "King of Hockey" (1936) Drama. 12:30-(11) News 12:35-(5) Weather 12:50-(2) Movie: William Gargan, Virginia Welles: "Dyna mite" (1949) Adventure. 1:05-(11) News 1:15— (4) Late News Roundup Give Us This Day Listings JULY 4, 5 Give Us This Day News: Tom Brooks Town 'n Country P.S. 4: Monday: Tuesday: The Telegraph's Radio Chart TUESDAY N—New* w—Weather S—Sport* Util) (MMU) hW (MBS) 770 KC HMO* (OftM) KWK ISM Kt wotu ii7o at A. M. 6 .41 7 :ff 3 81 H. Gunther H. Gunthor N N: Farm Vogel Farm 8: Clockwatcher N; Newsom* G. Newsom* N: Day Bob Day N; Day Bob Day N; Gunther H. Gunthor N N: Farm T. Dalley N; Dalley T. Dalley N: W Rex Davl* CloclrwjtchOT N; Newsom* O. Newsome N; Newsom* G. Newsom* N; Day S: Day N; Day Bob Day World N H. Gunther N; Gunther H. Gunthsjr N; Dalley T. Dalley N; Dalley Dalley: N Rex Davis Clockwatcher S : Newiom* . Newiom* N; Newiom* O. N*w*om* N Bob Day N; Wilton f d Wll*pn ExerclM* Unity: Hymn* G. Cantrell H. ChrUttan N Clockwatcher N; Newsom* O. Newsom* N; Nowiomo G. Newsom* N: Walter H. Walter reiio (jult R. Benson N: Wilton Ed WIISOB B'ta.t Clyb N: OodfW if- N: Davit G. Davit N: Davit G. Davit N: Banton R Benson N; Wilson Ed Wilton N. N: Party Houtaparty Crosby-el' loontr N: Davl* G. Davl* N; Davll G. Davit M. Gain** J. McCormick 3 Next Door Rl. to HopMno N; Davll G. Davit N: Davll G. Davll N Farm-MW. N: Party P'houio N: Witt D. Witt N: Witt Witt: N fan In standl Interview C«rd*.(gubi N; Jenklnt B. Jenkim* N: Jenklui B. Jonklni N: Day *tf »V B. Counter N; J. p. witt n n N; Wilt Wilt: N n n it n N: .lenklnt B. Jenklnt N: Jenklnt B. Jenklnt N: Palaa j,,p«r v M II N: Burko p. Gordon N; Gordon Gordon: N N: Jenkins 8 . Jenkins ; Jenkins K Richard N: Palea J , 'W* N: Burk* J U Bur tf Burko; N N: Richard K. Richard l:20-<4> Daytime 5:40-(4) 5:45—(41 6:00—14) 6:30—(4) "Math". Tuesday: "How to Write and Speak". 7:00—.(4) Morning St. Louis Nesvs-VVeather 7:05. 7:20, 7:45. (51 Today: News casts 7:25 and 8:25 a.m. 8:00—(21 Camera Two (4) News: Grimsby 8:15—(2) Cartoon Time (4) Capt. Kangaroo 9:00—(2t Jack LaLanne Show (4) Red Rowe (5) Dough-Re-Mi 9:30—(2) Romper Room (4) On The Go (5) Play Your Hunch 10:00—(41 I Love Lucy (5) Price Is Right (Color) 10:30—12) Topper (4) December Bride (5) Concentration ll:00-(2) Mr. & Mrs. North (4) Love of Life (5) Truth or Consequences U:30-(2) Coffee Break (4) Search for Tomorrow (5)> It Could Be You (Color) 11:45—(4) Guiding Light 11:55— (2) News: Hayward (11) Morning Chapel Noon—(2) Restless Gun (4) News: Max Roby; Weather: Fontaine. (5) Charlotte Peters (11) Cartoons 12:05—(4) People's Choice 12:30—(2) Love That Bob! (4) As The World Turns (11) News: Ken Daust 1:00—(2) About Faces (4) Full Circle (5) Queen for a Day (11) Movie: Monday — Ab bott and Costello: "It Ain't Hay' (1943) Comedy. Tuesday — Joan Davis, John Hubbard: "Beauti ful But Broke" (1944) Comedy. 1:30—(2) Susie (4) House Party . (5) Loretta Young Theate 2:00—(2) Day in Court (4) Millionaire (5) Young Dr. Malone 2:30—(2) Gale Storm Show (4) Verdict Is Yours (5) From These Roots (11) Mickey Rooney: (New half hour comedy series with Rooney as Mickey Mulligan, page in a broacasting studio.) 3:00—(2) Beat the Clock (4) Brighter Day (5) The Thin Man (11) Wild Bill Hickok 3:15—(4) SecreUStorm 3:30—(2) Who Do You Trust? (4) Edge of Night (5) Yancy Derringer 3:45—(11) Capt. ll's Showboat 4:00—(2) American Bandstand (4) SS Popeye (5) You Asked For It 4:30—(4) Movie: Monday—Judy Garland, Freddie Batholomew. "Listen, Darling" (1938) Drama Tuesday — James Craig, Fran cis Gifford: "She Went to the Races" (1945) Comedy. (5) Life of Riley 5:00— (2) Capt. Gallant (5) Wrangler's Club: First 15 minutes in color. (11) Sgt. Preston 5:30— (2) News: Hayward <11) Suspenseville 5:40—(2) Weather: Hayward 5:45—(2) Cartoon Time l5> Huntley-Brinkley Newi> (11) Three Stooges MONDAY KVtCNING, JULY 4 6:00— (2) Quick Draw MqGraw (4> (51 News Reports b':10— (4) (51 Weather 6:15—(4) CBS News: Edwards (5) Snorts: Inghum 6:25— (5) Spotlight with Nancy 6:30-(21 Cheyenne: Bodie tries to save a friend from a "Noose at Noon". (R) TV Sflllf for Iveryi KMQX*TV Choi. 4 Swtttoy lill *m SiiMpty IADIO KSD-IU (4) Kate Smith: Composer- producer Jute Styne guest. (R) (5) Riverboat: Farmers try to block the Enterprise from delivering a shipment which is final payment on land owned by j three ruthless men. Arme Baxter, Monica Lewis. (R) (11) Bold Journey. "Conquest of Mount McKinley". 7:00—(4) The Texan: When his first gunshot wound destroys n one • time lawman's courage, Longley takes on a bandit chief and his gang and finds that cowards don't die. (R) (11) Don Cunningham: (Debut) New variety show featuring music and interviews. | 7:30—(2> Bourbon Stfeet Beat:' Randolph races a hurricane toi an island to locate a missing i man in "Teresa". Andra Martin., (4» Father Knows Best: Betty becomes panicky when she j realizes that no one has asked | her to the Founder's Day picnic j and uses an old trick to ensnare | an unsuspecting neighbor. (R) i (5) Wells Fargo: Bardie; is babysitting with a little girli when Cole Younger and his outlaw gang take refuge in the house. (R) (11) Movie: "My Dear Secretary". See Sun., 7:30 p.m., Ch. 11. 8:00—(4) Danny Thomas: Kathy i Chick gcto tnte hot wstef. (R) (3) One Loud, Cteat Voice. (Special-Color) Wendell Corey. Mary Flckett Mid Larry Wyden co-star Hi a drama of a pofiflcul party selecting a candidate for governor. (R) 9:20—(11) News: gob Lttrt* 9:30—(2) Amateur Hfor (4) June Altysott: Jaatnn Cotton. Susan Oliver, Mary Sinclair star in "Bh» story of a disillusioned evecutive whose secretary fctfps him to renew his love f» his wife. (R) (11) News, Weather, Sports 10:00—(2) Manhunt (4) News: Spencer Allen (5) This Man Dawson . (Ill Movie: Clark Gable, Loretta Young: "Call Of the Wild" (1935) Adventure. 10:10-(4) Weather: Fontaine 10:15—(4) Eye on St. Louis 10:30—(2) Movie: Sterling Hayden. Pamela Duncan: "Gun.Bat- tle at Monterey" (1957) Western. (4) Movie: Robert Taylor. Joan Crawford: "The Gorgeous Hussy" (19361 Drama. (5) News. Weather, Sports 10:45—(5) Jack Paar: Jerry Lewis subs for Paar tonight. 11:30—(11) Bedtime Stories: Mark Stevens: "Kiss and Forget". 12:00— (5) (11) News 12:05—(2) News D. \nj \1 I LXCUIIIJ a nwi»»*.»u. » »LVM I(7 learns that the world of show 12:10-12) Home Digest business is not all excitement 12: la— (2) I Spy and glamour when she crashes television. (R) (5) Peter Gunn: Escaped convicts kidnap Edic hoping to trap Gunn in "Thr Price is Murder". (Ri 8:30—(2< Adventures in Paradise: Troy agrees to take Sister j Catherine and medical supplies to a cholera-infested island which, (4) Movie: W. C. Fields: "International House" (1933) Musical. 12:35—(5) Weather Report 12:45 T -'2) Daily Word 1:25—(4) Late News Roundup 1:30—(4) Give Us This Day PARENTS CAN HELP IK HISTORY AUGUSTA, Maine Of — Maine is on the brink of rebellion m iSOcial studjes teacners are ad . "Castaways". Viveca Lindfors. j vjsing p aren ts to hit the road if ^ they want to help their young(4) AnnSothern: Katy aids j sters with history, a young bellboy in a scheme to; Tne Social Studies Newsletter have him audition for a motion ; of tne Maine Teachers Assn. picture producer. Joel Gray. (R> (5) 'Goodyear Theatre: Peter Lawford stars as a pilot who bails out of his plane believing it is to crash into a mountain in "Point of Impact". (R) 9:00—(4) Hennesey: Capt. Shaler is positive he has never met a Dr. Dan Wagner who has been on his staff for two years and suggests that teachers can promote summer learning by "advertising" nearby historic houses, forts and museums to their pupils. Children find their history studies have more meaning, the letter says, when they have seen the places where history has been made. Keep Up With the News While You Are Away Order a "Vacation Special" Subscription to the ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SPECIAL RATES 1 WEEK 35c 2 WEEKS 70c 3 WEEKS $1.00 4 WEEKS $1.30 • CLIP COUPON BELOW Pltftl* t*nd the Alton Evanfng Ttl»gr«ph whilt •m en vacation. Starting Date (write date you w«nt to ottrt) •it Copy to Bo Malfod dy Nomo (pleat* print) Vocation Addrou City ... Stoto hove onoloted .... eonti for o • • • • woob'i (•mount) (number) 4 MAIL TOi AUw IvMN Ttlto/oji*. % VmMoj. AHo* ML *»a» •••••»« at • * •* *J •••••••••)• ihoitJolololOlOl

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