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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 9, 1960
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SATURDAY, JULY 0,1909 ALTON KVBNINO TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN TV digest with John N. Jems SATURDAY, JULY 9 Part One of "The Greatest Show on Earth" will get underway Monday on all three networks at 1 p.m. when the Democratic National Convention l> called to order In Los Angeles. Tonight and Sunday all three networks will give a background look to the convention with special programs examining the Issues, interviewing the personalities and In* spectlng the convention rite. These programs are highlighted In the "TV Digest" listings by appearing in bold face type. Part Two of the "Show" will take place two weeks later when the Republican Party meets tn Chicago. "Eye" Programs expanded The current sponsor of TV's "Eyewitness to History" programs has agreed to an expanded weekly schedule in the Fall, tn its new schedule of regular appearances, "Eyewitness" win cover in depth the single most significant news story of the week. Program will use live, video-taped and filmed coverage, with reports and commentary by CBS newsmen around the world. "Sllento Pleane" on ABC "Silents Please," series of 30 min films offering condensed versions of some of the most outstanding silent films in the archives of filmmakers, will provide a nostalgic journey for viewers when it debutes as summer replacement 'for "Ernie Kovacs' Take a Good Look" on ABC-TV (Ch. 2) Thursday, Aug. 4. (Kovacs' program has been renewed and will return to the net on Oct. 27. KTVI (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBC) 5, KPLR 11. Bold face denotes highlight - (R) Repeats 8:00—(2) News: Bruce Hayward (4) The Big Four (5) Pioneer (11) This Is Alice 6:30-(2) Dick Clark: In Hollywood Clark has the Everly Brothers, Jeanne Black, Deane 7:00-(4) Give Us This Day 7:15-(4) Big Picftire 7:45—(4) Early Riser 8:15—(4) Christian Science: An explanation of how alcoholism can be healed. 8:30—(2) Town Hall (4) Why Is It So? (5) To Enrich Mankind 9:00—(2) Fisher Family (4) Lamp Unto My Feet (5) Protestant Hour 9:30— (2) Hearld of Truth (4) Sunday (5) This Is The Life 10:00-(2> (5) Christophers (4) Faith of Our Fatthers 10:30—(2) Faith for Today (4) Camera Three (5) History of the America's Cup 10:55—(4) News: Ned Calmer 11:00—(2) Message of the Rabbi (4) Way of Life (5) Industry on Parade TV Digest Sat July 9 Page 2 of 3 11:15— (2) Social Security (5) Americans at Work 11:30—(2)' Sacred Heart (4) Caucus: "Foreign Policy" (5) Frontiers of Faith: "Are The Churches Talking Gibberish?" (11) This Is The Answer 11:45—(2) Ask a Priest Noon—(2) Labor Views News (4) Montage (5) Home Hunters' Guide (11) Wild Bill Hickok 12:15—(2) United Steelworkers (5) News: Walt Williams 12:30— (2) Bildors Showcase (4) Quiz a Catholic (5) Movie: "Paris Calling" See Sat., 10:30 p.m., Ch. 5. (11) Movie: Dick Powell, Ellen Drew: "Christmas in July" (1940) Comedy 1:30—(2) Movie: Anne Baxter, Richard Conte: "The Blue Gardenia" (1953) Mystery (11) Roller Derby 2:00—(4) Charlie Chan 2:30—(4) Last of Mohicans (5) Cameo Theatre (11) Movie: John Wayne, Jean Rogers: "Conflict" (1936) Drama 3:00—(4) News: Max Roby 3:15-(4> Inside KMOX-TV 3:30-(2) Brave Stallion (4) American Musical Theatre: "Revues of toe '20's" featured. (5) Amos 'n Andy (11) News, Weather 3:40—(11) Pre-Game Show Hawley and Larry Bright as guests. (4) Perry Mason: A tape recording is used by a blackmailer to accuse a man of embezzlement in "Case of the Green-Eyed Sister". (R) (5) Bonanza: (Color) When a girl's brother and father are hanged for murder, the townspeople turn against her In "The Outcast". (R) (11) Seven League Boots 7:00-(2) High Road: "Caves and Mountains". (R) (11) Code Three 7:30— (2) Leave It To Beaver: Named head of the school dance committee, Wally has to get a date for a new girl in town in "Blind Date Committee". (R) (4) Wanted-Dead or Alive: A magic act is used as a front to rob a town bank. (R) (5) Man and the Challenge: Barton is asked to free three Americans imprisoned behind the Iron Curtain in "Invisible Force". Debra Paget. (R) (U).Movie: Scott Colton, Mary Russell: "Extortion". (1938) Mystery 8:00-(2) Lawrence Welk: (R) (4) Mr. Lucky: When Mr. Lucky runs for dty councilman to unmask a mob, the campaign slogan becomes "Vote the Bullet". (R) (5) The Deputy: day SUNDAY, JULY 10 3:55— (11) Cardinal Base ball: Cards vs. Los Angeles Dodgers 4:00—(2) Jim Bowie (4) dose Up (5) My Little Margie 4:30— (2) Michaels in Africa (4) Face The Nation: Ad- tta Stevenaoo guest (5) Fun Fare 5:00—(2) Funday Funnies (4) Convention Preview: Program outlines preparations for Democratic Convention (5) Meet The Frew: Hour program today features John F. Kennedy, Stuart Symington and Lyndon Johnson 5:30— (2) Lone Ranger (4) 20th Century: War in China from 1933 to 1949. (R) EVENING 6:00— (2) These Are The Men: BUI Shade!, ABC commentator, Interviews principal Democratic candidates and leaden. (4) Lassie (5) Overland Trail: Flip is tempted into giving up the stage business for marriage when he meets a pretty schoolteacher in "West of Boston". (R) 6:30— (2) Maverick: Bret and Bart devise a real estate promotion caper comparable to a P. T. Branum gimmick in "Maverick Springs". Kathleen Crowley. (R) (4) Dennis the Menace: The "destitute family" that Dennis collects for among the niegh- bors proves to be his own. (R) 6:55— (U) Post Game Show 7:00-(4) Ed Sullivan: Red Buttons, Elliot Reid, Rowan and Martin, Georgia Gibbs, Julie Wilson, Rod Lauren and ventriloquist Senor Wences are guests. (5) Music on Ice: Part H of "All American Jubliee". June Valli, Shirley Linde, ice-skating juggler Trixie, Dick and Jean Maxfield an ice adagie team are guests. (11) Home Run Derby 7:30—(2) Lawman: Frontier newspaper drama finds Troop protecting a clever schemer who is determined to destroy him in" "The Press". (R) (11) Movie: Fred MacMurray, Vera Ralston: "Fair Wind to Java" (1953) Adventure 8:00-(2) The Rebel: When Johnny wanders into a deserted outpost he encounters an apparent madman in "Yellow Hair". (R) (4) GE Theatre: Ronald Regan, Phillis Thaxter co-star MONDAY, JULY 11 Ml wo nlww of QM family lot her missing MI tn M*ek". (R) S:3D~(4i Have Gun, Win Travel: Paladin hunt! for a Cavalry patrol ambushed by Indians, (ft) fp r» — ^jj| • fe*^|tf*M fll .ftjriltM wao L^IWUU D» •own* £VCifft H (11) Marry a Millionaire 9:00-(2) Jublle* U.S.A.: angers Ferlin Hotkey, Wynn Stewart guests. (4) Guramoke: A Government official takes over the law enforcement in Dodge and a mob rebels against his methods. (R) (11) Wrestling ttM—(» OoBVBfiHoB CHyt John Daly and the ABC-TV news staff preview the network's coverage of the coming convention. (4) MlM Universe Beauty Pageant: Arthur Godfrey, Chari- ea Colllnfwood and Jayne Meadow* narrate the final competition at Miami Beach, FU. (5) Death Valley Days 10:00-(2) Highway Patrol (5) Mike Hammer (11) Movie: Sterling Hayden, Marie Windsor: "The Killing" (1956) Drama 10:30—(2) The Californians (5) Movie: Randolph Scott, Lee J.iCobb: "Paris Calling". (1941) Drama li:00-(2) Panic (4) News: Spencer Allen ll:10-(4) Weather: Fontaine 11:15—(4) Movie: Brian Donlevy, Alan Ladd: "The Glass Key" (1842) Mystery 11:30—(2) Movie: John Carradine, Allison Hayes: "The Unearthly" (1957) Mystery (11) Movie: Burgess Meredith, Irene Hervey: "San Francisco Docks" (1941) Drama 12:30-01) News 12:40—(4) Movie: Jean Harlow, Lee Tracy: "Bombshell" (1933) Comedy 1:00— (5) News 1:05— (5) Movie: Tom Neal, Nan Grey: "Under Age" (1941) Mystery 2:05-^(5) Weather Report 2:20-(4) Give Us This Day in "House of Truth". An Information Service officer and librarian clash over a library replacement in an Asian village. (R) • (5) Mystery Show: (Color) Abby Dalton and Robert Culp co-star In "Dead Man's Walk". An amnesia and near-murder victim tries to learn his own Identity — and his assailant'*. 8:30— (2) The Alaskans: A Chicago detective, trailing a murder suspect, saves the life of Reno in "The Long Pursuit". (R) (4) Alfred Hitchock: Robert Vaughn stars in "Dry Run". A young hoodlum aspires to be a big time gangster. (R) 9:00—(4) Lucy in Connecticut: Lucy decides to move back to the city and when Fred rents their apartment out from under them the only thing they can do is move in with the Mertzes. (5) Loretta Young: Miss Young stars as a woman who is trapped in her New Orleans apartment during Mardi Gras by a maniacal killer in "Mask of Violence" (R) 9:20—(11) News: Bob Lurie 9:30— (2) Johnny Staccato: A deranged war veteran escapes from a hospital with plans to do away with his wife in "The Return". (R) (4) What's My Line? (5) Tales of the Vikings: After being shipwrecked, Leif and Haldar sign on as sailors aboard an Engish ship in "The Voyage". (11) Open End: Three couples discuss marriage and show business. Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy; Peter Und Hayes and Mary Healy; Eli Wallach and Anne Jackson. 10:00—(2) Rendezvous (4) News: Walter Crontate (5) Grand Jury 10:15—(4) Pre-Convention Party 10:30—(2) Movie: Robert Young, Barbara Hale: "Lady Luck" (1946) Comedy-Drama (5) Man From Interpol 11:00— (5) Divorce Court (4) Movie: Wallace Berry, Marjorie Main: "Bad Bascomb" (1946) Comedy 11:30-(11) News 12:00—(5) Quest for Adventure 12:25—(2) Movie: Kathy Judrado, Dan O'Herlihy: "Women in Paradise" (1957) Drama 12:35-(5) Weather Report > 5:40-(4) Give Us This Day 5:45—(4) News: Tom Brooks 6:00—(4) Town 'n Country 6:30-(4) P.S. 4: Math. 7:00-(4) Morning St. Louis. News-Weather 7:05, 7:20, 7:45. (5) Today: News casts 7:25 and 8:25 a.m. (Program from Los Angeles, Calif.) 8:00—(2) Camera Two (4) 'News: Grimsby 8:15-(2) Cartoon Time (4) Capt. Kangaroo 9:OM2) Jack LaLanne Show (4) December Bride (5) Doug-Re-Mi 9:30~(2) Romper Room (4) Video Village (5) Play Your Hunch 1Q:Q(M4) Topper (4) Clear Horizon: Ed' ward Kemmer and PhUll* A very po-star io new daytime drama •trial. (8) Conoaob-ation ll:00-(2) Mr. ft Mrs. Norfe (4) Truth or Consequences Coffee Break Search for Tomorrow It Could Be You (Col (5) U:30-<2) (4) (5) or) 11:45-14) Guiding Light H:55-(2) News; Hayward (11) Morning Chapel Noon—(2) Restless Gun (4) News: Max Roby; Weather: Fontaine. (5) Charlotte Peters (U).Cartoons 12:05-(4) People's Choice 12;30-(2) Love That Bob! (4) As The World Turns (11) News: Ken Daust l;QO-(2) About Faces (4) Full Circle (5) Queen lor a Day (11) Movie: Peggy Ann Gar. ner, Charlie Buggies: "The Lovable Cheat" (1049) Comedy 1:VMI> Susie (4) Home Party (5) All Star Prevue: Buck l:45-(5) All - Star Baseball: First of two major-league all- star games. 2:30—(2) Gale Storm Show (4) Verdict Is Yours (11) Mickey Rooney: 3:00-(2) Beat the Clock (4) Brighter Day (11) Wild Bill Hickok 3:15-(4) Secret Storm 8:aiMil) Who do You Trust? (4) Edge of Night 3:45-(U) Capt. U's Showboat 4:QO-(2) American Bandstand (4) SS Popeye 4:30-(4) Movie: Robert Taylor, Edward Arnold: "The Crowd Roars" (1938) Drama (5) Life of Rlley 5:00-13) Capt. Gallant (5) Wrangler's Club: First 15 minutes in color. (11) Sgt. Preston 5:80-13) News: Hayward (11) SupenwWe 5:40-12) Weather: Hay ward 8:45-12) Cartoon Tune The TekfpapW* Radio Chart SATURDAY < Mn * tt> ** Mtts> IIM RO *"• tm no *«*« tm so £51 "11 tl ._ 105 111 L. AP HirMfl* s. Matoa •i *• r. ortut MaSM; N , S; Afternoon Ed Macaulfty Burns*; 3 N: Rlcfiarfl K. Richard N: Ricnart K. Richard L uk Ballroom ** i* Rev. Wardie AP N To Vet* MonUof Maw*l£ Cells S. Mason Mason; N r : Back Buck B. Ooddard Ooddard; 3 N: R. Shoe Record Shop s* R. sftop Record Shop N: Matte OK Ballroom N: MOANSff Monitor 8. MMOB it n S; Maton Mason; N N; Ooddard B. Ooddard N i R. SnOp Record N: Muite Music Music; N Sl«n Oft N; Monitor Monitor s. Maim »i •» Sign Off N; B. < ddara N; R. Shoe Record Sfrop N: R. sW Record Shop N. Monitnf Monitor dra/M OW Olgy N: Ooddard B. Ooddard Fan in Stand! Interview N; ft. 8MB Record SM» tl: H. SHOP AP N cands-Dodsen N: R. Shop Record Shee S; R. r Record N . • — ___—„ MMJKDflM MemortMt N N; R. Shop Record SIMP N: R. SHOP Record Shop SUNDAY 6 10 .IS 13 8 .is 9 JO as 10 11! N: Hymna N: Hymna Hymna > •;M, control" C. Lovejiett* N: Mutle R. Music ***• "Hi N: Quartot V. Quartet Presbyterian Pun. N: Hymns " M Hymna Fa'th la , N: Journal C. Journal *i it Rax Davis N: Musle R. Musle N: Musle R. Music sum Rev. N: Roundup Jewish Pam. Christian TO. Llvins Art Bible dip HMinn Wlgte N: W Science Bd Church of qr N; Musle R. Musle N: Club 13SO Club Rev. Bl'rtk Protestant* N: Pulpit Radio Pulpit Hymns Propnecy N: raberaada Tabernacle L. Invitation N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 ClUb Rev. Lobo* Art Hal) Sac. Heart Startlme N; Fishing Pronies: N Lutheran* Rev. Lowman N: S Musle N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Mnsle Bandstand AM Worship N: Brunch Brunch 3rdB.Pt. N: S Music Background N; Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club 1st Wash. Report St. Fran. Mr. N; Prevua Prevu* N Brunch Italian N: S Apathy Danger Muny Best N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club C. Cradlo Georgetown O. H 'i N: Brunch Brunch The World Dr. Barnhouaa N; Afternoon S. Afternoon N; Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Music Sen. Dlrksan SHJ Pjsm. N: Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor. Hymns C. People N; Afternoon S. Afternoon N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Palaa J. Palen N: Monitor Monitor Bapt Hr. Hymns N; Afternoon S. Afternoon Fan in Stands Interview N; dub 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Palen J. Palen N; Monitor Monitor N; Monitor Monitor Dr. Plerc. Back to Ood Cards-Dodgers N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Palen J. Palen N: SOM On me us* N: Monitor Monitor Headline* N T. Grant G. Sokolsky N: Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N: S J.Palen N; Monitor Monitor N; Monitor Monitor S: Report Overseas N Hymn* N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Palen J. Palen N: Monitor Monitor Hymn* S; Hymn* Hymn*: N N; S Mitch Miller It •» Miller; Trio N: Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club N. Palen J. Palen Palen; N Sign Off Press Meet Hymna Sign Off Convention Suspense N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N: Living F. Llvlni Catholic* Have Gun— M II Gunsmoke N; Club 1380 Club N; Club 1380 Club AP N Washington Convention Sp. N; Smith Dr. Dooley Face Nation N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club N; Music Nlte Music Music: N N; Anthony B. Anthony N: Club 1380 Club N: Club 1380 Club MONDAY 92 w .as 10 111 121 H. Gunther N H. Gunther N Opener N; Farm Vogel Fi N: William* G. William* Clockwatcher G. Newiome N; Newsome G. Newsome N: Day Bob Day N: Day Bob Day N; Gunther H. Gunther N N; Farm T. Dalley K; Dailey T. Dailey N: W Rex Devi* Clockwatcher N; Newsome G. Newsom* N: Newsome G. Newsome N; Day S; Day N: Day Bob Day World N H. Gunther N; Gunther H. Gunther N; Dailey T. Dailey N; Dailey Dailey: N Rex Dart* Clockwatcher N; Newsom* G. Newsome N: Newbome G. Newsome N Bob Day N; Wilson Ed WUsoe Exercises Unity: Hymn* G. Cantrell H. Christian N Clockwatcher N; Newt>ome G. Ne#some N; Newsome G. Newsome N: Walter H. Waiter Tello Qua R. Benson N: Wilson Ed Wilson B-fest Club N; Godfrey A. Godfrey N; Davis G. Davis N: Davis G. Davis N; Benson R Benson N; Wilson Ed Wilson ? ; Dailey . Dailey N: Dailey Dailey: N N: Party Houseparty G. Moore Crosby-Clooney N: Davis G. Davis N: Davis G. Davis N: Time Cty. Time M. Gain** N P'house Ptr. N: Farm Vogel Farm Th* World N: Headline* J. McCormlcfe 2 Next Door Rt. to Happ'ess N: Davis G. Davis N: Davis G. Davis N Farm-MM. A. Grace Club News N; Party P'house Party >• »• All-star No. 1 N; Witt D. Witt N: Witt Witt; N Whispering Sts. Ma Perkins Dr. Malone Mrs. Burton N; Jen kin* B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N: Day Bob Day M «i B. Counter •I ' II »t If M II M I* " D. Witt •f M N: wm Witt; N p. Gordoa N; Gordoa " rinrHnn- N N; Seller Best Seller G. Williams »• II N; Buck J. Buck it tt M II N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins K. Richard N; Palen J. Palen i* M •» .» N: Palen I. Palen • 1 tl il I* N; Burke J. Burke ii ii Burke; N N: Gordon D. Gordon N: Gordon Gordon: N N; Buck J. Buck ii n Buck; W N; Richard K. Richard N; Richard K. Richard N: Palen J. Paien $150 Stolen From Firm At Brighton BRIGHTON -"The price of forgeUuUness turned out to be $150 to Gorman and Bray Lumber Co., here during Thursday night or early Friday morning when $150 intended for deposit in Brighton First National Bank was taken from a desk drawer Thursday the money was made ready for deposit, when it was remembered, too late, that the bank closes at noon on Thursdays. The money was then placed inside a desk drawer inside a bank deposit book, where it was found during a nocturnal visit by a person or persons unknown. The intruders, apparently elat ed at the haul at the lumber firm, moved across the street to Rathgeb's Motors, wore they gained entrance and ransacked an office desk. There however, money on hand had been locked inside a sale which was. not mo. lasted. AuxUiaiy to Moat BRIGHTON - Flmnan'i Au» (5) Huntley-Brlnkley New* (11) Three Stooges Charles Nair Rites Held Friday HARDIN — Funeral services lor Charles Columbus Nairn, 58, of Brussels, were conducted at 3 p.m. Friday at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home in Hardin, with Kieth Sorensen officiating. Burial was in Hardin Cemetery. Nairn, who lived alone, was found dead at his home Thursday night. An inquest into his death is to be conducted by Cal- Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK 1 iliary will meet Tuesday at 8 p. nit at the home of Mrs. Donald Werts. TV Will tar IvtrytM KMOX.TV OMM,4|WMsiyltllMk Itwdoy IAOIO noun County Coroner H. A. Inv ming. The deceased is survived by a sister, Mrs. Ruby Anderson, of Pearl. He was born September 20, 1901, the son of James and Laura Wiegand Nairn, and attended high school in Grafton, where he was a member of the Methodist Church, and Modern Woodman Camp 1067. He was never married. Graf ton WSCS Plans Chicken Fry for July 23 GRAFTON — Plans toe chicken fry to be held July 23 at the Methodist annex w made at the WSCS meeting held Wednesday afternoon at the homeof Mrs. Roscoe Baxter. Other coming events announc ed were the annual bazaar, on Dec. 3 and the making of apple butter in the fall. The meeting opened with the devotion, "Walking In The Light'' led by Mrs. Charles Campbell, and the study boo was presented by Mrs. W. H Dunlope, assisted by Mrs. W Kelley. Mrs. K. Taylor, Mrs. J Bradfisch, Mrs. Fannie Slaten Mrs. C. Pellikan and Mrs. C Campbell. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by th hostess committee composed o Mrs. Baxter, Mrs. W. H. Dunlope and Mrs. Stella Orr. Attend Party at Hardin GRAFTON — Six members o the Grafton Chapter, OES wen to Hardin Thursday night to a tend the Friend's Night party o Hardin OES at the Masoni Temple. Mrs. Robert Watson serve as conductress and Mrs. Ven Weineke served as associate con ductress. Others attending were Mrs. Wayne Rowling, Mrs. Av ery Gisy, Mrs. D. Wlldt and Mrs Ora Bralnerd. Visits Parento GRAFTON — Captain Ralp Breden, who is stationed in Iceland, visited here at the home o his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F Breden. Capt. Breden was en route to Redondo, Calif., where he will visit his wife and two daughters. He will complete hi tour of duty in Iceland next November. A family dinner was served a the Breden home. Attending wer Mr. and Mrs. John Hasten an children, of Virden, Mr. an Mrs. Lavern Breden and chil dren, of Florissant, Mo., Mr. an Mrs. Kenneth Breden and fam ily and Norman Breden of Jer seyville. Legion Auxiliary to Meet GRAFTON — Members of th American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, July 13 at th Legion Home to make tray fav ore. A practice meeting to prepare for Installation will follow Grafton Notes GRAFTON — Mr. a n d Mrs Robert Freeman Sr., Mrs. Cath erine Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. R Freeman Jr. and sons, an Francis Powers attended a pic nic supper at the home of Mr and Mrs. Elbert Freeman in Al ton, honoring Mr. and Mrs. R L. Freeman and children Portland, Ore. Others attendin were Mr. Freeman's parents Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Freeman and Mrs. Nell Riordan of Alton Mr. and Mrs. George Paddoc and son Dex returned home Wee nesday evening from Parker Kan., where they visited Mrs Paddock's mother, Mrs. Sylvia Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clarkson and children left Tuesday foi their home in Thornton, HI., fol lowing several days visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. Thorn ton. Mrs. Anna Godfrey, of Clifton Terrace, has purchased the resi dence property of Mr. and Mrs H. Hodge on Clinton stree and moved there this week. Mrs. Corda Law, of Leroy, Dl. arrived Tuesday for several weeks visit at the home of hei niece, Mrs. Elmer DeSherlia. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clanney and family returned to their iome in New Albany, Ind., fol lowing several days visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Nel ie Clanney. Mr. and Mrs. McCaslyn received word of the birth of granddaughter, born July 1, to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robinson at Hazelwood, Mo. The baby weighed six pounds and eight ounces and has been named Sandra Joan. TONY'S Fine Food 312 PIAM ST. NEW HOURS: Sunday 8 P.M.— 1» Nidnlte Mon. thru Thur. 4 pan. to 1 aan. Friday 2 p.m. to 8 Saturday i p.m. to I a.ra. TONY VENTIME8UA, Prtp OPEN SUNDAY St rvlnf Our Usual MMDuutra You'll ft Kew Our PICK MIDI OWBM Art DICK'S FINE FOOD 4M K. Broadway ~ Aorott ttom Bridge KutraoM. HMHII f feyi • Watk, * AJtf. l» IMi, MO MI71 u* la Mid tajey tiftnMrt to* tn town. TRIO CAFE fttJSHlAO, Owner mClMTIAL • MTMA.TO, SUNDAY SPECIAL July 10-Baktd Chkktn and Drmtlftf or MUD CMICKIM lMtadl*9 Ml «trf MINK Open Dally 1 A.M. to * P.M. Open Saturday ft A.KL to 4 PJL RAVIOLI OR SPAQHETTI DINNER! Itdkm Stylt Given By The ITALIAN LODGE 286 Wttt Nrqmon Ave.—Wood River, III. July 10> 1960 12 Noon Till 7 P.M. Donation: $1.00 r CLUB TAPA HIGHWAY 140 ACROSS PROM AIRPORT "HOME OF DELICIOUS FOODS" • PAN FRIED CHICKEN • BROILED STEAKS • DELICIOUS SEAFOODS Call DUdley 4-9896 for your next party Fimnk and Sally Barazez, Owners NEW OPENING HOURS Tuesdays thtu Saturdays, Open 4 p.m. Sundays: Open 12 noon Closed Mondays We Ute Government Inspected Pure Ground Beef '/4-LB. HAMBURGER . 30o WlHl La)ttlKC CMIQ TOMOfOM Fiddler with French Fries 40c Regular Hamburger Cheeseburger .Ocean Catfish Sandwich ........ SSc Root Beer on tap Ite Southern Style Bar-B-Q Saodwlche* Coney Island 2Sc 11 Shrimps In Basket 41.1* For Service, Quality. Price Visit RIVERSIDE DRIUE-lil Located at Riverfront Park—Alton Mid-Town Dining Room Our Specialties include the Beit in Chicken, Steaks, Shrimp, Ravioli, Spaghetti, Sandwiches ' OPEN SUNDAYS 12 NOON Every dish prepared and served to perfection. L7fh ft Central, Alton. RUSSELL ELSNER, Prop. •uy One—Get One Free! Buy One—Get One Free! 1 HALF OF FRIED CHICKEN WMi Crisp FRENCH FRIES Buy On* Gtt Out FREE Phono NO 5-5291 AND YOUR ORPER WILL IE READY Curb and Carry-Out Only! Saturday, Sunday TAKE THE FAMILY CUADsT* ACDaf%DB% OUT SUNDAY FOB bMUKUASIHJIf U OVER 50 KINDS OF FOOD! S1.75 Adult*, Children $1.85 Plus a Delightful Regular Menu! COMET p ?r 3687 EAST BROADWAY — On Four lane Highway at Bridge — East Alton Now Open Alt Day Monday/ WHERE DINING IS AN ADVENTURE IN FLAVOR OPEN SUNDAYS 12 NOON • Geauio* ITALIAN FOOD 6HICKIN • ITIAKS DAY! MM ML MUM THE FAMILV OUT TO MW f «»ph Wut Ad»

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