Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 19, 1960 · Page 11
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Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 19, 1960
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TUESDAY, JULY 19, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEOAAPH PAOEELSVKN mid Outdoor* with Harold Brand The largest turnout of boats on Alton Lake for the entire season occurred Saturday and Sunday. Normally wch concentration of boats is usually seen hi late May or parly June. But water level conditions and advene weather have retarded boating this year. There were many congested areas this past weekend on Piasa Creek, Portage des Sioux, Mo., Grafton and on Dardenne Slough. The waters were unusually from the wakes of so many, boats. Refreshment and food centers at harbors were crowded. One harbor operator said that about two weeks after any holiday i s usually a peak period for boating enthusiasts. During the past week, several the boat. Dunker didn't know what and beached said that he had caused the sinking. He didn't recall striking any object that could have punctured the boat. Saw five Deer A group of aider* from the Ski Pals of Alton reported seeing five deer at the water's edge Sunday morning'on the downstream side of the mouth of Plane Creek. The deer were observed drinking and didn't panic when boats approached fairly close, reported Chester dark of the Ski Pals. Joint Duikers dub The Dunkers Club gained a new candidate Saturday afternoon when John tfilpps of East Alton fell overboard from his boat anchored near his cabin off Scotch Jimmy Island, reported KNOCK! WITH WOOD KBD (MW) sat no N: S; La*) Hill*: Wtll P. OHM N; S Man On Go News ot World Morgan; N candidate for the Dunkers Gub, said that hej waist deep in t he ... . . . our secret agent number 155. marine dealers reported ^Iphipps took quite a ribbing from largest number of sales for thei bystan d ers season In boats and motors. I „ . ; Even though boating Is getting, ""* Ve .7!° r> ,, A ,, a late start this season, there to "'"*'• lumh( ? °" f , d< f B1 a chance that H can still be .I 0 *,, 00 ? on , the Mlssbslppl Riv banner year ' er Sundav afternoon. Vernor, al Patrolled Waters 8O a number Cart Keehner, Jerseyville, con-| . servation department inspector j sank abo " of law enforcement, patrolled I Booey m waters of Piasa Creek Sunday. At! A short time la ' er ' Vernor P rov the time we talked to him, Keeh- ed it was one of those days for ner hdan't made any arrests, but nlm whm he became a nominee had warned dozens of pilots to lo the &>™rs Club by fouling slow down in the No Wake ar-i his waler ski tow roP 6 around eas near a launching ramp and! his outboard motor's propeller, boating installations. Long be-| (Th ' 8 writer renewed his mem- fore mid-morning, Keehner had] bershi P in *"* Boners Club, turned away at least 25 Missour-1 when h * allowed the sheer pin ians who had planned to launch i^ 0 " 1 Vernor's prop to fall in the unnumbered boats at the public river while helping him). Vernor launching ramp. ! was na PPy with his &•& outboard "It wouldn't be fair to arrest cruiser until the owner of a 42- unnumbred Illinois boat and then « c^ z** 6 * assistance Sunday let the unnumbered Missourii"" 1 *«» invited Vernor aboard, boats go," Keehner pointed out. !Vemor said his ^at looked "Water skiing is also forbidden tnore like a canoe tied alongside, in the post No Wake areas bn ; flatting Note the creek. It is impossible for a On a recent occasion, C. (Pop*) ski towboat to pull a skier at a Cousins, Rodemeyer Ave., and speed without creating a wake.!the Carl Baste, Bluff St., caught Illinois law requires two com-! 47 crappie in Otter Creek. Fishing petent persons in a ski tow'nearby the Mike Schudeb work- boat. On the Missouri side of the ed as a team. Mrs. Schudel navigation channel of the Mis- landed a chub minnow on hen sissippi, ski towboats equipped line and her husband took it with rear vision mirrors need on- and used it for bait on his out- ly a pilot." Boat Sinks fit. Schudel landed about a 1V4 pound bass. A runabout craft with a large horsepower outboard motor sank' was operated by John Dunker, second on points to Al Bartolotti 1200 Danforth St. He and his of Detroit in the points in the four companions waded to shore'series of five sailing races. N: Image Image Metronome World N H. Gunther N; Gunther H. Ounther Dodgers Begin Crucial Trip Telegraph'* Dally Radio Chart TUESDAY WBW tit no RMOX CUM) lit* ao KWR tm so WOK* u» *o N; GOTuWI D. Gordon N uotiM: N p. Lcwtt ir. D. Gordon D. Gordon N Ron CochraO B. Burn** B. Richards N: RIClMftf K. Richard S: RtcMrt K. fticimrd N: PMt D. Gorton *» i> S: Gordon o. Gordon N Amos 'n Andy Fan in Stands Interview N: Richard K. Richard S: Jenkins B. Jenkins N: J. Pe*| Pegs: Tl Sinn Off D. Gordon it li sign Off Cards-Bra vM N: Jenkins B. Jenkins N: Jenkins B. Jenkins N; R. Record SHOD N: R. Shop Record Shot J. Buck N: R. Shop Record Shop S: R. Shop Record Shop Record Shop WEDNESDAY Opener N; Farm vosei Farm N: Williams O. WUliams clockwatcher O. Newsoma N; Newsoraa O. NewsonM N; Da* Bob Day N; Day Bob Day N; Farm T. Dalley N: Dalley T. Dalley N; W , Rex DaVls Clockwatcher N: Nawsome G. Newsome N: Newsoma G. Newsome N; Day S; Da> N: Day Bob Day N: Dalley T. Dalley N: Dalley Dalley; N Rex Davis Clockwatcher N; Newsoma G. Newsome N; Newsoma G. Newsome N Bob Day Exercises Unity: Hymns G. Cantrell H. Christian N Clockwatcher N: Newsome G. Newsoma N; Newsoma G. Newsome N; Walter H. Walter reiio QMS B'fast Club N: Godfrey A. Godfrey N; navls G. Davis N: Davis fj. Davis N; R. N; Dalley N: Party N: Davis N; Time T. Dalley Houseparty O. Davis Cty. Tuna N: Dalley G. Moore N: Davis " " Dailey; N Crosby-Clooney U. Davis M. Galnaa Soviet Coach Wary of U. S. MOSCOW (AP) - Coach G. V. (Harry) Korobkov of the Soviet track and field team said today:Los Angeles Dodgers, he is opitmistic over Russia's ; Democrats who recently replaced chances of winning in the Olym- i them for a night at the Coliseum, N; Party P'house Party N: Farm Vogel Farm The World N: Headline* J. McCormiok 2 Next Door Rt. to Map'ness N: Davis G. Davis N: Davis G. Davis N Farm-MM. A. Grace Club Newa N, Party P'house Party N; Witt D. Witt N: Witt Witt; N Whispering Sts. N; Jenkins N; Day Ma Perkins B. Jenkins Bob Day Dr. Malone N; Jenkins Mrs. Burton B. Jenkins B. Counter N; Burke J. Burke pic Games in Rome. He made the remark at p. Witt N: Witt Witt; N N; Seller Best Seller G. Williams N: Jenkins B, Jenkins N; JenKlns B. Jenkins N; Palen J. Palen iare trying to make a comeback, the! Unlike the Democrats, the conclusion of the last pre-Olympic Dodgers won't have to wait unti Timmy Schneider of Oyster tria1 ?' and he qualified the stale " i November to find out how in shallow waters of Piasa Creek Bay, N.Y., won the second, ment (back they can come. They Sunday fternoon about half third and fourth races in the! "The Americans will be tough j in fact, get some significant clues mile from Alton Lake. The boat! Raven Nationals but finished!competitors," he said. "They in a three-games series they open have a brilliant team — it is the tonight with the league-leading strongest team they've ever had." I Pittsburgh Pirates. Nearly 900 athletes took part in 1 The fourth-place Dodgers, who the four-day meet to determine '• have won 16 of their last 22 places on the Olympic team. I games, will go tonight with right- They did their best, but broke jnander Don Drysdale, who lately only one world record - in worn-! **• demonstrated some of the tal en's shot putting - and bettered j?* h e concealed so skillfully ear the European pole vault record, i Ue '^ ^ eaT ', n ^ ... . . ^^ ' Drysdale (7-10) will be opposed Turkey has a population of 23; by right-hander Bob Friend, who J hasn't finished a game against million. CAR^SAFETY SERVICE <S Your Car, Family ami Personal Safety Benefit When You Deal With Us HERE'S WHAT WE DO T-at ADJUST BRAKES Inspect brake ii*> IBM and wheat oyi- fa3en. add fluid ADJUST ALIGNMENT Cbrraet oaater and camber and toe-in and toe-out to manufacturer's specifications. BALANCE FRONT WHEELS Precision balance both front wheels and install all sry waifhta. FREE 60-DAY TRIAL OFFER ENGINEERED Try •••(FREE for W d»ys... old •becks i«UMUU«d, nonsy back Uooifullysatiifiad BUY FttUTONI TVMI iflrttfon* 512 EAST BROADWAY ALTON PHONE HO 3-9229 SPORTSMAN'S TM •*•«, * i *>,•, i „.. HOW TO REMOVE IMBEDDED HOOKS BOPV PRESSING WHEN A FISHHOOK'S BARB IS ACCIDENTUy BURIED IN HUMAN FLESH, DON'T ATTEMPT TO PULL IT OUT. IF A FLV HOOK, SCRAPE BOPV DRESSING AND HACKLE FROM HOOK WITH A SHARP KNIFE. ANTISEPTIC TO NOOKS SHANK, THEN PUSH •ARB THROUGH SO VOU CAN SNIP IT OFF. THEN PULL ON BVBD END OF SHANK ID REMOVE HOOK. IF SLICED SHANK TyPB^ BARB IS BURIED AFTER PUSHING HOOK'S BARB THROUGH, SNIP SHANK, PULL HOOK OUT »y ITS BARBED END. '.the Dodgers since 1558 but has idone quite well elsewhere this | year. Friend is 10-6. j The Dodgers have gained five games on the Pirates since June 23, but still trail them by seven. And-the Dodgers have beaten the Pirates 7 times in 12 tries this year, but the Pirates hold a 4-2 edge at the Coliseum. Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Seattle 5, Vancouver 4 Tacoma 5, Portland 3 Only games scheduled International League Toronto 1, Montreal 0 Columbus 7, Miami 3 Richmond 5, Jersey City 4 Rochester 4, Buffalo 3 American AMU. Denver 11, American Assn. All Stars 5 13 Are Back GRAND FORKS, N.D. If — North Dakota's spring football practice included 13 lettermen from last season. i other candidates Thirty-three were fresh- imen. FOR THE FAMILY THAT HAS EVERYTHIN6 — and is now paying for it ith« payments on too many instalment purchates ' are catching up with you, arrange an HFC Payment-Reducer Loan and pay off all you still owe. Youtl pay HFC much less per month than you pay now... and actually keep more of your paycheck I Drop in or phone HFC-America's oldest and largest company specializing in instalment cash loans. Borrow up to $800 with up to 24 months to repay, you get more than money from HFC OUSEHOLD FINANCE of rut* l§ emfleeit ThW Street, Site* •HONI. HOward Ml71 •/<»«**> N; Burke J. Burke D. Gordon M M N: Gordon Gordon; N N; Buck J. Buck N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins K. Richard N; Palen J. Palen N; Burks Burke Burke; N N; Gordon D. Gordon N; Gordon Gordon: N N: Buck J. Buck Buck; W N: Richard K. Richard N; Richard K. Richard N; Palen J. Palm Farm Column Late Soybeans May Yield 75 Per Cent of Normal By TBUMAN W. MAY Madison County Farm Adviser Farmers recently planting soybeans, delayed by the long period of wet weather, are concerned whether they will hasten their maturity enough to make a reasonably good yield. This is the fifth year of late planted soy beans in Illinois since 1940. Rec ords of the Cooperative Crop Reporting Service at Spring field suggest that appropri- T. W. May mately one out of every four years is a relative- y poor or slow planting season Studies of the effects of seed ing dates on yields show that ate-planted beans gained three to four weeks in time required to mature. The greatest amount ol time saved was the period from planting to blooming. In tests conducted by the U.S. Regional Soybean Laboratory at Urbana, the Blackhawk, a very early variety, made a total ad- ustment of 27 days when plant ed June 12, compared to May 1 planting. Four other varieties in he test, Hawkeye, Adams, Lin coin and Clark, gained 32 days. Our late-planted beans, some of them planted as late as mid- July, will make a considerable adjustment in their growth pattern. Growing conditions from now until late September, and the emperature and moisture condition into October will determine the outcome of these late seeded beans. Yesterday's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PKE8S Batting — Mickey Mantle, Yankees — his three-run homer Monday was big blow of five-run New York spurt in 9-2 victory over Cleveland. Pitching - Herb Score, White Sox — pitched first complete game since July 14, 1999, a five- litter against Boston, 9-1, to tend Chicago past Cleveland into second place. Fight Results •ir TUB ASSOCIATED **IUIB Denver — Sonny Luton, 213H. Philadelphia, knocked out Zora frlley, W>'», Chandler, Ariz., S. San Jose, Calif. - Benny Medina, 139, Fresno, Calif, stopped Dave Camacho, 138, Monterrey, Mexico, 5. While no one can predict the yields of beans planted so late, the studies of yields secured in the tests mentioned show that the late beans produced about 75 per cent of yields of beans planted at normal times. Seedings made June 20 gave an overall yield of 76 per cent of beans planted in early May. Wheat Yields Monon wheat made the highest yield in the variety test grown by James Winet of Saline township. It yielded at the rate of 48.8 bu. per acre. The LaPorte and Dual varieties were just slightly lower with yields of 48.6 and 48.2 bu. Other varieites in the test produced as follows: Todd, 47.8 bu.; Pawnee (hard wheat), 47.; Vermillion, 46; Knox, 43.8; Triumph (hard wheat), 37.2; Seneca, 37. Test weights ranged from 57.5 to 60 IDS., with Todd the lightest anl Triumph the heaviest. Monon is a new wheat from Indiana. It looks quite promising here, although it and Knox lodged badly in the test plot considerable Monon was lost by shattering, his year was a real test for standing ability. The Monon variety is about two days earlier and two inches shorter than Knox. It has the winter-hardiness of Vermillion and the Hessian fly resistance of Dual. It is supposed to be similar to Knox or Vermillion in straw strength and leaf rust resistance. Certified in Illinois this year for the first time, three Madison County farmers have grown Monon for certification, so some seed will be available locally. Their fields all produced good yields and stood up well, better h&n in Jim Winet's variety test plot. The LaPorte variety has been grown here by very few farmers. [t sometimes yields well,' but has shown a tendency to lodge and tangle badly. Dual is disliked by many farmers because of its :ough straw, noticeable in combining. Knox, the most generally grown variety here the past several years, has slipped badly, and there will be a much smaller acreage of it seeded this fall. Many fields of Knox were heavily infMtad with loose smut this year, w previously discussed in this column. Good seed will be hard to Hod, Vermillion It probably the most popular variety now, and there will be a lot of it planted this fall if good seed Is available. Ed Burton of Chou teau township reports • yield ol r with Mm N. i 50 bu. per acre from 92 acre of Vermillion. Plant Breeding The University of Illinois an nounces the release of a new 32-page circular called "plan Breeding as a Hobby." Written by staff members the Department of Horticulture the circular covers (1) plan selection, (2) fundamentals o plant reproduction, (3) general breeding techniques and (4 suggested experiments. The circular is written and designed for the amateur plant breeder. Interested persons can pick up a copy at the farm adviser's office. July 24 to 30 is Farm Safety Week. This year's theme is "Enjoy Farm Life — Practice Safety" and that makes a lot of sense. Farm Bureau Women's Committee is looking for blind comers here in the County in connection with their "clear the corners" project. If you know at a bad corner, let the Farm Bureau office know about it and the Women's Committee will see if it can be improved. You know a large percentage of automobile accidents happen on rural roads and by clearing some bad corners, we may be able to reduce this percentage. Wouldn't your time be well spent if as a result of a tip from you about a bad comer, we could prevent just one person from being injured in an auto accident? 39th Picnic The 29th annual picnic of the 1 St. Clair-Monroe-Madison Vegetable Growers' Association will ge held at the Association Hall Aug. 13-14, Rt. 157 and Bunkum Road, south of Caseyville. Judging of the exhibits at the annual country 4-H Club Show will start at 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, July 26 at the Fairgrounds at Highland, the first day of the County Fair. The Fair runs KfVt (ABC) 9, Bold face denotes Mghligtrts- (R) repeats HIE8DAV 6:00-(2) Woody Woodpecker (4) News: Max Roby (5) News: John Roedel 6:10—(4) Weather: Fontaine • (5) Weather: Armand 6:15-(4) CBS News; Calmer (o) Sports: Ingham 6:15—(5) Spotlight with Nancy 6:30—(2) Sugnrfoot: Brewstet agrees to help an elderly man and finds himself in the middle of a Chinese tong war in "The Highbinder". (R) (4) Phil Silvers Show (5) Laramie: A murder suspect is the target of a gang who wish to silence him in "Day of Vengeance" (R) (11) Bold Journey: "Native Land" 7:00-(4) Peck's Bad Girl: In an effort to impress her rich neighbors, Torey invents a story that involves her parents in an embarrassing set of circumstances in "The Big Fib". (11) News, Weather 7:10—(11) Home Run Derby 7:30-(2) Wyatt Earp: Wyatt attempts to reconcile an Indian chief with his daughter who has married a white settler in "Indian Wife". Carol Thurston (R) (4) Dobie Gillis: Thalia talks Dobie into studying medicine. (R) (5) Gas Company Play house: Eddie Albert and Fay Wray star in "The Promise". A young man's mistake leads an old ruthless financier to a realization of the true values of life 7:40—(11) Pre-Game.Show 7:6&—(11) Cardinal B a s e b a 11: Cards vs. Milwaukee Braves. 8:00— (2) Rifleman: A famous hunter challenges Lucas to a rifle shooting match in "The Day of the Hunter". (R) (4) Tightrope: Conners is forced to work with a psycho- patic killer who plans a robbery by threatening the family of a bank, official with a prison record in "The Cracking Point". (R) (5) Richard Diamond: Diamond disproves a coroner's report that a nightclub singer's death was suicide in "Fallen Star". (R) 8:30-(2) Colt ,45: Three characters of the Old West meet aboard a train assailed by ruffians in "Legend of Buffalo BUI". (R) (4) Camedy Spot: Carl Reiner and Barbara Britton star as parents caught in the whirl of the TV business in through Saturday, July 30. Farmers are reminded to watch their corn and soybean fields for insect infestation. Several more cases of corn borers lave been reported. Some farmers have decided to plant some of their smaller drowned-out fields of corn and soybeans to alfalfa. Early August is a good time to sow alfalfa if moisture conditions are right. Be sure the field has been limed long enough to correct soil acidity. Phosphorus and potash may also be needed for the alfalfa to make satisfactory growth. Sow inoculated seed of an adopted variety, like Ranger or Buffalo. Alfalfa requires a well-drained soil; some of the wetter Held* may not be suitable. While snakeroot, a poisanoMs weed, is making rapid growth in tlmberlaiub this year. Do not pasture livestock, especially cat- Eldred Household Science Club to Meet ELDRED — The Household Science Club, which was to have met Thursday with Mrs. John Finnan, will meet July 28. She will entertain the club at the church basement. Eldred Notes ELDRED — Mrs. Raymond Gilleland of Cottage Hills was a Saturday over night guest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brannan. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borman were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perry and daughters of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Schneeberger of Taylorville were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Shuler. Mrs. Sam Hendrickson spent the past week in Alton with her brothers, Willie and Logan Thompson, and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Water? and children and Mrs. Cecil Bechdoldt were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bechdoldt in Alton and attended the American Legion parade. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs Edward Havelka were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wyatt, Mr. and Mrs. Lod Mashek, Mrs. Sadie Fulton, and Mrs. Mary Burk and son Darvin, all of Collins ville. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Adcock and children. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Baker and grandchildren Douglas and Allen Davenport attended a birthday party honoring Mrs. Harold Winters at her home near Chesterfield. Sunday. Miss Debbie Clendenen has returned from a two-week visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Seelund, of Chicago. Mrs. James Carey of Virginia was a Sunday guest of Mr. ami Mrs. Robert Holford. Miss Beverly Ivers of Hillview spent the weekend with Donna Griffith. Miss Marjory Waters, student nurse at Alton Memorial Hospi tal. spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Waters. Plan National Park in Oklahoma is now home to a small group ot bulfalo in a natural setting. tie. where there is snakeroot. Accidents to farm people in this country accounted (or more than 13.000 deaths and a million injuries in m Let's 00 cartful. (4) (5) 10:10— (4) 10:15-(4) 10:30-(4) 12:3&-(2) (5) 12:40-(2) 12:45-(2) l:10-(4) "Head of the Family". (5) Arthur Murray Pattjr,? (Color) Marie McDonald, Peggy Out. Jimmy Dean. Arthur Treacher, Elaine Strttch. (R) 0 : fjn-<2) Alcoa Presents: "RB- unlon" tells of a group of German glider enthusiasts at a reunion to post-war Germany. Betty Von Furstenberg, ftory Harrity. (R) (4) Dtagmato tMHWWRi "A Sadden StUtMs*". A man •sin Dr. toffee to prove that Hie driver of the auto wMch •track and kfflrt Ma wife was not really leaiwnafhks fat? Ber death. Zachary Boott, Barbara ftaxley, Gretchen Wyter. (5) M Squad: Balllnger hunts an extortionist who preys on the parents of "unofficially" adopted children. (R) 9:30-(2) Highway Patrol (5) Coranado 9 10:00—(2) Top Pro Football: Baltimore Colts vs. Green Bay Packers News: Spencer Allen Whirly Birds Weather: Fontaine Eye On St. Louis Movie: 'Clark Gable, Marion Davis: "Cain and Mabel" (1936) A press-agent makes up a love affair between a musical comedy queen and a boxer. (5) News, Sporta, Weather 10:45-(5) Jack Paar Show; Betty Johnson, Alexander King, Joey Bishop, Renee Taylor, H. V. Kaltenborn guests 10:55-(11) Post-Game Show ll:00-(2) Movie: Stephen McNally, Colleen Gray: "Hell's Five Hours" (1958) A man threatens to blow up a town. (11) Movie: John Hartley, Vera Fusek: "Escape In the Sun" (1958) An Africian safari is the setting for the eternal triangle of 'two men and a woman. 12:00-(4) Movie: Hugh Herbert, Frank McHugh: "Marry The Girl" (1937) Comedy of a male secretary who plays cupid. (5) (11) News 12:05-(5) Night Court News Weather Report Home Digest Paris Precinct Late News Roundup WEDNESDAY, JULY ?0 5:45-(4) Give Us This Day 5:50-(4) News: Tom Brooks 6:00—(4) P.S. 4: Government 7:00-(4) Morning St. Louis: News-Weather 7:05, 7;20,7:45. (5) Today: Newscasts at 7:25 and 8:25 a.m. 8:00—(2) Camera Two News: Cover Capt. Kangaroo Jack LaLanne Show December Bride Dough-Re-Mi Romper Room Video Village Play Your Hunch I Love Lucy Price Is Right: (Color) Topper Clear Horizon Concentration Janet Dean, R. N. Love of Life Truth or Consequences Coffee Break (4) Search for Tomorrow (5) It Could Be You: (Color) ll:45-(4) Guiding Light U:55-(2) News: Hayward (11) Morning Chapel Noon—(2) Restless Gun (4) News-Weather Beat (5) Charlotte Peter* (11) .Cartoons 12:05-(4) People's Choice 12:30-(2) Love That Bob! (4) As the World Turn 12:50-01) News: Daust l:00-(2) About Faces (4) Full Circle (5) Queen for a Day (11) Movie: Preston Foster, Tony Martin: "Up the River" (1938) Comedy of a prison football team. l:30-(2) Susie (4) House Party (5) Loretta Young 2:00-(2) Day in Court (4) Millionaire (5) Young Dr. Malone 2:30-12) Gale Storm (4) Verdict Is Yours (5) From These Roots (11) Mickey Rooney Show 3:00-<2) Beat The Clock (4) Brighter Day (5) The Thin Man (11) Wild Bill Hickok 3:15— (4) Secret Storm 3:30-(2i Who Do You Ttrust (4) Edge of Night (5) Buckskin (11) Capt. 11 4:00— (2) American Bandstand (4) SS Popeye (5) You Asked for It 4:30-(4) Movie: Loretta Young, David Niven: "Three Blind Mice" Comedy of three sifters searching (or a rich husband for the eldest. (5) Life of Riley 5:00-(2) My Friend* FUclM (5> Wrangler'* Qub: first 15 minutes in color. (U) Sgt. Preston 5:30-<2> News: Haywarf (U) Su»p*nti*vill* 5:40- (2) Waatfaar: Htyvaj* 5:45-12) Cartoon Tima (5) HunUey-Brinfcaty As. 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