Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1960 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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PAOfc KOHtEE-N ALTON EVENING TELfiGfUPH f fee Tdeprnph'i Daily Radio Chart FWTHY ftMJ MO at \\L\\ (MBS) 170 KC HMOft (LJH8) tltt Mi RttR ISM KC WUHJt tit* »& f. M. 5 ••• 6 *•• •••• 8 .M .IS .M .« M» .M * f 45 weik 1 mile N I ombardo \ : Gordon D. Gordon N Gorme: N N. Davis N W S. N N: S N Richard K Richard N: Rtcimrd K. Richard N: 9 ;! pe .M TV digest with John K. Jones N: S i Man on Oft ' World N E. Morgan K. Lewis Jr. D. Gorton N D. Gordon N In Person B. Burnes Richards: N N: Rlchtrtf K. Richard S: Richard K. Richard N: .M .13 .M 4.1 .M .15 .1* .«!i N. Music Nile Music D Gordon »i »» S: Gordon D. Gordon Amos-Andy Best tn Music The World N: Richard K Richard S. Jenkins B. Jenkins N: J. Pegg Pegg: N Slsn Off N. Monitor Monitor Monitor, N D Gordon Sign Off fp tht Guv el Best in Music N: Jenkins B Jenkins N .Jenkins B Jenkins \ Monitor Monitor N: Music Best In Music ran In Stands Interview N: R. Shop Record Shop N: R. Shop Record Shop 'ALL-STAR OAMfcS XKXT HER Democratic convention. "AH-Star ftaitin Next W«* ' * :3 °-' 4 ' December Bride: Ruth Tlit- stalling lineup, except for S; 30-151 9:00—12) (4) (5 1 A. M. 10 •••••h 11 6 •••• 7 *mm 8 .M .1.1 .13 .30 N. MftmorltS Memories Cards-Giants N. Memorttt MemorIM •temorles: N N. R. Shop Record Shop S: R. Shop Record Shop N: R. Shop Record Shop N: R. Shop Record Shop SATURDAY .•I .!• ! .M .41 Music V Music N N: Witt D Witt N: Farm D. Witt N; W G. Williams clockwatcher n Nrwsomt •* if N: Newsome d. Newsome N: Day Bob Day N: Day Bob Day .IS .3* .45 N: Burke .1. Burke N; Witt D. Witt N: Wltl D. Witt N: W Rex Davis clockwatcher W: S N: Newsom* G. Newsome N; Newsome u. Newsom* N; Day S: Day N: Day Bob Day .M World N .15 ! j. Burke .3* • N .48- • j. Burke N; Witt D. Witt N: S D. Witt N S Clockwatcher N: Newsome G. Newsom* N:-Newsome G. Newsom* N Bob Day J. Greenwell P. M. 10 m^mtm jl 12 MOM 1 .•0 ?30 .45 .CO .IS .30 .45 .*0 .IS .30 .45 .00 .13 ..10 .45 N: Monitor Monitor Exercises Unity: Hymns N: Hymn* C. Voice*: N N: S .r. Buck N; Newsome G. Newsome N: Newsome G. Newsome N: Rev. Slm'ns Rev. Simmons rello Quiz Bob Day N: Monitor I Monitor Hemingway D. Witt N: Witt N N: S .1 Buck N: Davis G. Davis N; Davis G. Davis N: Day Bob Day ! N: W 1 J. Burke N: Will D. Witt N: Witt Witt: N N: S .1 Buck N; DbVli O. Davis N: Davit G. Davis N: Day Bob Day AP N .1 Burke P. Harvey Playhouse The World N; Afternoon s Afternoon N: Uavit G Davis N: DP vis G. Davis Jersey Rptr. On Campus .00 .15 .30 .45 Parm-Hom* Monitor N; SI. Louis St. Louis N: Gordon Gordon: N N; Afternoon S. Afternoon N: Davit G. Davlft N: Davl& G. Davis N: Music Sp. Program Sen. Douglas Soc. Security pitchers, have been picked for the 28th and 29th All-Star Games at Kansas City's Municipal Stadium Monday. July 11 (1:45 p.m. Ch. ,'ji an dat New York's Yankee Stadium Wednesday. July 13. Both contests will be covered by NBC-TV ;mri NBC Radio Networks. with thr July 13 giime being televised in color. The eight starters for each learn \vrro I'hoseil by votes of players, couches and managers in that league. Roger Mtiris of the New York Yankees led the balloting in the American League, and Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants was top man in (lie National League vote. "Today" In L. A. NBC's early morning show "Today" with Dave Garroway will be telecast from Los Angeles, Calif., the scent of the Democratic National Convention, all next week. KTVI i ABC i 2. KMOX (CBSi -1, KSD (NBC i j. KPLR 11. Bold face denotes highlight - (Ri Repeats ' Pony Express (a) News Weather: Fontaine Weather: Armand CBS News: Edwards Sports: Ingham Spotlight with Nancy Walt Disney: Slaughter clashes with Ike Clanton when he drives a herd to Tombstone to establish a ranch oil what was open land in "Range War at Tombstone". (R) (4) Rawhide: Drought- stricken farmers led by a woman devises a plan to steal the driver's horses In "Incident at Jacob's Well". (R) (5>. Cimurron City: A man is killed accidentally while he and Matt struggle for a gun and his son vows vengeance in Become a Man". (R) joins a study group in order to keep up with Matt. (R) (5) (Color) 9:00—(2) Masquerade Party: Detectives: Lt. Russo and his son are kidnaped by n man who has just robbed n jewelry store in "Back-Seat Driver". (Ri i4> Twilight Zone: A bank teller in a vault is the only survivor after "the tomb" is dropped. <Ri (3) Moment of Fear: (Col or i Larry Blyden stars in "Conjure Wife". Story concerns three, professors' wives who indulge in occult practices to further their husbands careers. 9:20—(ID News: Bob Lurie 9:30—(21 Black Saddle: Culhane recalls the man who encouraged 6:00— <2i 1 4) 6:15— (4) (5) 6:15— (4i (3) 6:25— 1 5) 6:30— (2) his legal career in "The Saddle". (R) (4) Person to Person: Light-heavyweight champ Archie Moore and his wife and Gene Autry and his wife are visited. ill» News. Weather. Bowling 10:00—121 Sea Hunt 6:30—(4) P.S. 4: Government 7:OTM4) Movie: Roy Rogers, Dale Evans "Nightime in Nevada" Western 7:40— fS) Cartoon Capt. Kangaroo Terry Toons Corky the Clown Meet Your Military Heckle and Jeckte Howdy Doody Cartoons (41 Mighty Mcnlso (5i Ruff and Reddy: (Color) 10:00—(2» Miliken's Menagerie (4) Kartoon Karnlval (5) Fury 10:30—(4) The Lone Ranger (5) Circus Boy 11:00—(2) Age of Comedy (4) Sky King (5i True Story 11:13—(21 News Roundup 11:30—(2) Joe Palooka (4i SS Popeye ia> Detective's Dairy 11:45—Uli Morning Chapel 11:50—(11) News: Ken Daust Noon—(2) Movie: (5) St. Louis Hop (11) Movie: Johnny Mack Brown: "Law of the Range" Western 12:30—(4) Movie: Ronald Reagan: "Code of Secret Service' Drama 1:00—(2) Auto Buyer's Guide (5) Frontier till Cowboy G-Men 1:30—(2) Movie: Richie and rusco: "Little Fugitive" Drama (4) News in Review (5) Western Marshal ill) Jungle Jim (4i News: Spencer Allenj 2:00—(4) Challenge: "Should (5) Shotgun Slade ; Every Student Study a Modern Foreign Language?" (5) Hopalong Cassidy (11) Movie: George Montgomery "Pawnee* Western 2:30-(4) Rebuttal 3:00—(2) Comedy Theatre (4) Movie: The Marx Bros.: "The Big Store" (1944) 6 Reported Drafted at Carlinville CARL1NV1LLE - Six young men reported for induction into the Armed Forces Thursday. They were Norman I. Ayres, Medora: Robert «John DobHno, Mount Olive; George Albert Kahl. Shlpman; Norman ttean Cronln. Modesto; James K. Bramley, Palmyra, and Harold Edward Cravens Jr., Pelmyra. Seven boys reported for pre- Comedy (5) Movie; Dolores Del Rio. George Sanders: "Interna- tional''Settlement" Drama 3:30—(11) Jet Jackson •1:00—(2> 3im Bowie- til). Capt. 11 Showboat 4:30—(2i Sweet Suet-ess (5) Abott 'n Costello <4l Movie: Spencer Tracy: "Boys Town" Drama 5:00-i-C2) Championship Bowling (5) Wrangler's Club (11) Three Stooges 5:15—(5)' Parade of Magic 5:30—(5) Roy Rogers (11) William Tell induction nhysicals on the same day. Carllnvtlle will be closed July through 22. Anyone Wishing | to register at this time may do «o at the Veterans' Commission Office in Carlinville, or al the County Clerk's office at the courthouse. • Cfttb Plans Aortal CARLINVILLE - The Mu- coupin County Farm and Home Club will hold its first meeting ofr the new year Saturday. The club wil) have a homemade ice cream social. The social is to be held at the park in Shipman beginning at 8 p.m. FRIDAY, JULY g. 1990 Islands in the Halite* Rtver 'just south of Davtoh* Bftdi, fla. sanctuary. now Open Dally B:W. Start » p.m. Adults 30r TONITEIhnMON. Greece won her independence! from the Turks In 1829 with Iffelp! of Great Britain. (11) Movie: Ralph Richardson, Ann Todd: "Breaking the Sound Barrier" (1952: English) Drama j 10:10— (4) Weather: Fontaine 10:15—(4) Eye On St. Louis 10:30—(2) Movie: Rory Calhoun, Peggie Castle: "Yellow Tomahawk" (1954) Western (4) 'Movie: Lana Turner, John Garfield: "The Postman Always Rings Twice" (1946) Drama (51 News. Sports, Weather 10:45— (5) Jack Paar: James Cagney, Shari Lewis, Genevieve and comedian Jerry Orbach guests. (Ri To! 11:30—(11) Bedtime Stories: Teresa Wright: "Happiest Day". 3 mi 4 .is « ^m .Ml N; Monitor Monitor N; Monitor Monitor p. Gordon N: Gordon Gordon; N , N: Afternoon S Afternoon N: Richard K. Richard N: Richard K. Richard N: Scout* Boy Scouts R. Benson .1 (11) Bold Journey: I borg in Hollywood". "Inge-112:00—(5) |l2:05-(5) Ul> News Movie: Sidney Toler: N; Monitor Monitor D. Gordon Gordon; N N; Afternoon S. Afternoon N: Richard K. Richard N; Richard K. Richard N: Greenwell ). Greenwell .11 .3* .41 N; Monitor Monitor N; Monitor Monitor 8. Mason N: Mason Mason; N N; Afternoon S. Afternoon N: Richard K. Richard N. Richard K. Richard N: Greenwell J. Greenwell R. Bensorn Some South Africans were A special New Zealand stamp I displeased, Johannesburg re-1 marks the opening up by white | Eldred ports, because'in four films pro-(settlers, 100 years ago, of the duced to boost the country j Westland Province on New abroad, natives are referred to Zealand's South Island, Welling- as African. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" ton reports. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily RIVER WOOD HOMECOMING 10«—Wood River Moose Grounds MONARCH SHOW FREE EXHIBITION TENT! FREE ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY JULY 14 thru 17 • Plan Now to Attend! Tmiay I ELDRED — Attending the picnic supper given by the Pastime Club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Brannan Wednesday evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Logan, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Langer, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koester, Mr. and Mrs. Eduwrd Havelka, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brannan, Mr. 'and Mrs. Max Brannan and children, Mrs. Janie Wiles, Miss Evelina Black, Mr. and Airs. Earl Ivers and Mrs. Manuel U'essel land daughters. Rev. John finnan, who has been | on vacation, will speak at the 10:30 morning' worship service j Sunday in the Baptist Church. Other services will be Sunday School, 9:;50, and BYK, 6 p.m. The BYF held a hay ride Monday evening with 27 present. They gathered al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Murtiri lor a wiener mast. Leslie llouell.r of JtTSfyville. is spending this week with his grandparents. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Harry Bor- nian The Auxiliary will meet tonight al the Legion Hull. There will be Jan installation of the new officers, 1 and hostesses will be Mrs. Ethel 'Holford, Mrs. Margaret Varble, i Mrs. Louis Sehild, Mrs. Mary !Rejuolds. Airs. Mary Clark and Mrs. Ksther Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. William Seymoure. of Feoria. are spending a part of their vacation with'her parents, i Mr. and Mrs. William Burnett. i Thursday dinner guests of Mr. ; and Mrs. Olto Newton were his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chapman, of Roxana. Oconomowoc, a town in Wisconsin, gets its name from an Indian word meaning "home of the beaver." 7:00— (11) Don Cunningham Show 7:30— (2) Man from Blackhawk: A woman takes out a big policy on Logan's life and names herself as beneficiary in "Logan's Policy". (R) (li Hotel dr Paree: Sundance finds hiiflself in trouble when the receipts on a boxing match he promoted disappears. (5) People Are Funny (11) Movie: Anna Neagle, Trevor Howard: "Odette" (1951) Drama 8:00— (2) 77 Sunset Strip: Spencer investigates an "accidential" death and receives a note saying it's murder in "The Widow and the Web". (R) (4) Video Village (5) Convention Preview: Coverage of political activity in Los Angeles before opening of "Charlie Chan in Murder Over New York" (1940) Mystery 12:1.0—(2) News 12:15—12) Home Digest 12:20—(2) Count of Monte Cristo 12:25—(4) Movie: Geraldine Fitzgerald, Jeffery Lynn: "A Child is Born" (1940) Drama 12:30—(2) Daily Word 1:25—(5i Weather 1:45—(4) Late News Roundup 1:50—(4) Give Us This Day SATURDAY, JULY 9 5:45—(4) Give Us This Day 6:00—(4) Town 'n Country DINING ROOM OR CURB SERVICE CARRY-OUTS WELCOMED! ELM-WAY DRIVE-IN Elm and Henry. Dial HO 2-2604 QRAFTON LEQION DANCE EVERY SAT. NITE 9-1 HANK PENNING ORCHESTRA ftPFN We ' re Back UrtPI From Vacation Hours; 6 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Dpn't Forget to Have Hot Donuts for Breakfast JOHN'S DO-NUT SHOP S«4 Htluui-rtsvllle Baud, Wood River UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT COTTAGE CAFE Route MO Cottage Hills, III. Open 6-8 P.M. Seven Days a Week Home Cooking la Our Specially Partiet or Banquets—Phone Clinton 4-7297, for Reservations , Lois and Mary, Proprietors i "TZ_I^Z^^-TT; 4-LANE WEEKEND SPECIALS! $|00 $100 29* I 29' 7 Deluxe Hamburgers 7 *•«* French Fries. 1 Pound 4 FUh Steak*, or 4 for $1.00 Hot Bar-sVQue .... or 4 for $1.00 Phone HO 2-0322 lot Quick Service on Your Carry-Out Orders/ 4 LANE DRIVE INN 'Homo of 15e Hamburgers" Look tor us in the Stockade On Eact Broadway 2765 E. Broadway, Alton Phone CL 4-7887 Week Days Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from f P.M. No Parking Problems at Roxann TONITE-SAT..SUN..MON. David Xlven—MlUi Gaynor "HAPPY ANNIVERSARY" 9:16 Jerry Lewis—Joun Blackmail "Visit to a Small Planet" 7:46 Selected Shorts MATINEES DAILY 12:45 TODAY & SAT. THE ENCHANTINO. WORLD-BELOVED TALK~ FOR ALL AOCS I KIRK -PWYWORMIM •i-.ZO 4:52 7:30 9:45 2ND HIT GIANT THRILLS IN THE JOHN HUDSON • IVNN BERN AY A ie» cfrjrun"0* tfitAir 1:10 3:40 6:10 8:30 !•>!., Snl. ft MOD. at 8:30 Sun. nl 2:<V4, 6:15, »:88 JMkTMMMK -DAY OF IE OUTLAW* Frl., Sat. It Mon. at U14 Nun. at 1:11, 4:88, 7:82 YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN STARLIGHT I)K IWI IN „ : (OUT1140. COUIOI AVI. • ALTON, KUNOtt• BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:09 TONITE Thru TUESDAY FIRST RUN SHOWING! HANNIBAL imfoftic •fopfamf VICTOR, MATURE PLUS SECOND B I G * WARNER Bnos.1 FEATURE ClINFlGrflttSOFHIlEHfc 3 —FEATURES —3 TONITE ft SAT. LATE OWL SHOW Plus Our Regular Prugrum PLUS CARTOONS — CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE! Fire Truck. Live Ponies. Merrv-Go-Round. Auto and Train Rides. Swing! * Rides IX OUR FREE PLAY GROUND! Open 7:30 * Adults 70c * Kiddies Free * Starts Dusk MIAKUb! MAI. IS! LUM S 1C I. LKLAM SODAS! SUNUALS: AIJ Mud« Wlln DcUviuut Shearburn's ICC CREAM 0 1AMTV SAM*\M( HK* 0 Own-Cola, Itool U««r 0 UouuU of .%H hi»0» H&H SOU K . Pbou« 110 5 i A.M. to u BEL AIR D U I V t I M OPEN 7:00 DUSK TONITE Acilun Feutur«t! U lhl>t UfcKUl Stars in «y Crown 1^,'DHRIUUrV Princess Wood River Wildey NOW SHOWING - 3 THEATRES •OX OFHCS OPENS TONtTC — »;30 MATINEE SATURDAY Wood River and Prlnoew Theaters—Open 12:45 The feurless utory pf a jflrl who »aj'»— Saturday Prince** \Vood River at •4:15 (l:U6 8t*rrlnf SONYA WILDE 'An txcitini NEW »tur! JAMES FRANCISCUS i Pat Michon • Isabelle Cooley • ton Ballantyne **— Wu«J ttitvr 8:50. WUUey 8:30 MITCHELL »»« WNITMORE iTAHTS] SUM. 2 LAST DAYS ACTION! TOPS IN THEIR CLASS HITS! THf RIAL STORY RIALlY TOLD FOR THI FIRST TIMI1 ROBERT JEFFREY HOPE WAGNER HUNTER 1ANGE in QINCMASCOPE "AU Blood COLOLR SHEIXV TIMI OP YOU! IY1R LOVIN' UMTIIU Stern SUNDAY for 4 HILARIOUS BAYS!

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