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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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FRIDAY, JULY 29, I960- ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THlfcTEEX Phillies Victorious, 3-2; H 7th Straight (or Cubs CHICAGO (AP1 -Manager Lou Boudreau of the Chlrago Cut* canopied hatting practice Thursday and took his pfayers Into the clubhouse. "We talked baseball and 1 stressed that all teams go through slump*." oaid Lou. "I told them the only thing to do was to relax and- 'put out' on the field." The Cubs pranced forth and were defeated by Philadelphia 3-2. It was their seventh lorn In a row, leaving them buried 22^ games in the National League cellar, 4Mi games behind the seventh place Phillies. Invading Wrigley Field today nro the league-leading Pittsburgh Pirates. The Cubs are ready with a rookie .pitcher, Jim Brewer (0-2), to hurl against Vinegar Bond Mizell (6-5). The Cubs made only six hits agnlnst the Phillies rookie, Dallas Green. Five of them were singles. The only extra base blow was a pop double by Ernie Banks. Dick Ellsworth was the victim, yielding homers to Bobby Del Greco and Pnnrfw Hcrrera hi ft three-run fourth. The Cubs, who have lost 14 of their last 17 games, have dropped four «f their last seven by one run, two by two and the other by three. Their longest losing streak of the season was nine, all on the road last June. At Boston, the Red Sox halted the White Sox on four double plays. 4-2. New York swept a douWeheader from Cleveland to regain the American League lead by three percentage points over Chicago. The White Sox left 11 men stranded while outhftting Boston 10-7. Billy Pierce,'working with only three days' rest, was knocked out In 2 1-3 innings. He yielded all the runs and six hits. Russ Kemmerer and Gerry Staley stopped the Red Sox thereafter hut Chicago was killed off by the double plays. The White Sox move into Washington Friday night with Frank Baumann (7-4) facing Camllo Pascual (9-5). FAN GRABS HOMER CHICAGO—Chicago Cubs left fielder Richie Ashburn (1) watqh.es a bleacher fan, who came equipped with a glbve, catch home run ball clouted by Bobby Del Greco of Philadelphia Phillies in fourth inning at Wrigley Field in Chicago Thursday. (AP Wire- photo) r Ripples and Outdoors I Springfield is one of the only i lakes in central Illinois with proper specifications and suitable equpment in which to han dle sanctioned water ski com- The Telegraph'* Daily Radio Chart FRIDAY (AMU) i "SfMlfti WftW (MBS) III HO UNO* |UB> IIM ftt) HWM ac mm* no N; 9: Hill*: t»orn DA rod S : . Gordon . N . Gorm: N .*,« N: Richard K. RtcMfrt N: ftlenara K. RicfeaM N: 9 /, N; • M«fi M Ot world N E. Marian Uwtt Jf. O. OordM N In Perion B. BurijM Richards; N N: fticMr) K. RIcMK 3: Richard K. Richard N; Mutle Njte MaiW- p Gordon 8: Gordon D. Gordon Amot-Andr fan In Stand* Interview N: RtcMM K. Richard S: JenfclM B JMMM Ni Monitor Monitor p. Gordon n tt stun Off Cards-PhlluM ii it N: Jenklni B. JenKln* N: Jenkln* B. Jenkint N: Monitor Monitor N; R. Shoe Record Shoe N: R. f Record N; Memoriae J, Buck N: R. Shop Record Shop S: R. Shot* Record N: MemorlM MemorlM Memorlee: M N; Buck J. Back N: R. ___, Record Shop N: R. Shop Record Shop SATURDAY Mutle N Muile N N; Witt D. Witt N: Farm O. Witt N: W G. William* Clockwatcher O. M New§ome N: Newiome O. Newtome N: D*y Bob Day N: Day Bob Day N; Burke J. Burke N; Witt D. Witt N: Witt D. Witt N; W Rex Oavle Clockwatcher W; S N; Newaorea O. Newiome N; Newtome O. Newtome N; Day S; Day N. Day Bob Day world N J. Burke N J. Burke N: Witt D. Witt N: S D. Witt N' S Clockwatcher N; Newiome G. Newtome N; Newiome O. Newiome N Bob Day J. Green wall N: Monitor Monitor. Exarclaaa Unity; Hymns N; Hymnt C. VotoM; N N; S' - N: Neweotae G. Newiome N; Newiome O. Newtome N: Rev. Slm'nt Rev. Slmmona Tello Quit Bob Day N: Monitor Monitor Hemingway D. Witt N; Witt Witt; N N; S N: Davit G. Davla N; Da via G. Davie N: Day Bbb Day N: W J. Burke N; Witt D. Witt N; Witt Witt; N N; 8 J. Buck N; Davla G. Davla N; Davle G. Davit N; Day Bob Day AP N J. Burke P. Harvey Playhouae The World N; Afternoon S. Afternoon N; Da via G. Davla N; l>avia G. Davla N Jeriey Rptr. On Campua N; Monitor Monitor N; St. Louie St. Loult N; Gordon Gordon: N Fan in Standa Interview Cardi-Phitllei N; Davla G. DavU N: DavU G. Davit N; MuilC Sp. Program Sen. Douglas Soc. Security N; Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor p. Gordon N: Gordon Gordon: N N: Richard K. Richard N; Richard K. Richard N: Scouti Boy Semite R. Benton N: Monitor Monitor D. Gordon tt *, Gordon: N N: Richard K. Richard N: Richard K. Richard N; Greenwell J. Greenwell N; Monitor Monitor N: Monitor Monitor • S. Maaon •* •• N; Maaon Maaon; N S. Afternoon N; Rlcharo K. Rlcharo N: Richard K. Richard N: Greenwell J. Greenwell R. Benao* PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLE DC — RULES AND REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE ALLOCATION OF BLIND SITES, HUNTER MANAGEMENT, AND OTHER MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES ON OPEN WATERFOWL MANAGEMENT AREAS LOCATED IN THE MISSISSIPPI AND LOWER ILLINOIS RIVER POOLS 12 THROUGH 24 SUPERVISED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 3.06 OF THE GAME CODE OF THE STATE OF ILLINOIS. Duck Blind Allocation The Illinois Conservation Department is publishing in*formation regarding the allocation of blind sites and regulations applying to certain wildlife refuges in Mississippi River pools 12 to 24 in tonight's Telegraph on page 13. •Waterfowl hunters should clip the notice for future reference. that tlfeir members were more than qualified for the state tournament. Fishing Notes The fish were biting in num- Jbers at the Alton Wood River j Sportsmen's Club Pleasant Hill ! grounds last weekend, reported iRay H. Smith, v 300 Brentwood JAve. Smith landed several bass i weighing from one to four pounds. He says that small bluegill are excellent bass bait and accounted for his four pounder. Smith took his nephew, Billy Darr, 7, with him and the youngster landed numerous fish too including bass and an ' eight pound carp on a minnow. Others in the party also included Mrs. Smith, John Beatty of East Alton and his son and i daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.' methodical operation of the various open warer'ow' areas. 1. The Denartment will n»te the locations of j»1tes hv lice of each cite will he Identified except on the TTn- nor Miss'ccfnnt F'eh pno" WIM- Hfi» Ppfnoe In Pools T>. 1* TT. S. Fish and Wildlife Serv- 2. Porenns bflvlnz ponstriipteo 1 rturlne 19*0 are re- ouirert to re-register with the Conservation Officer In that rountv and beeln construction of their blinds AuetJirt 15 nnf 1, 1960. Following Rentember 1. nnd nrlor to Sentemher 10, all bl'ld cites not nrevtfi'iclv plu'weo" will he hv the local Pon- Offloer on R f1r«t »«!«. AM chnll he pnmnleted bv i Allen Gene Beatty, of Macomb.j Ski Tournament Jill. Beatty's rating of a fisher- ^ vr T<S TINT.AWFTTT,: Alton will be represented in ; man on this outing spiraled the Illinois State Water Ski {downward but he offset this by Tournament on Saturday and!saying that last year he caught Sunday Aug. 6 and 7, at Springfield, 111., by several members of the Alton Water Ski Club, reported Cleo Sewell, a member. Last Sunday several members of the group were guests of the Springfield Ski and Boat Club where preliminary qualification rounds were scheduled. Six Alton Club members qualified .for the tournament with four first class ratings and two third class ratings. Bill Carver, Tom Klng> Cleo Sewell, and Don Woaaley made first class'ratings. Bill Sttrta and Jenny Stein- mitt n, the only girls from the elub who competed, qualified for foe third class ratings. "The first class ratings at the qualification trials are not easily obtained," Sewell pointed out. "There are minimum require, merits but all thos* making the ratings represented much experience and considerable practice. To make a first class rating in jumping, a skier must span a distance of at least 45 feet. Woxwley scored 90 feet on his third try as recorded by tip Jqhnson jump meter. King as feet on his second at- if* M«0ee, regional judge of American Water Ski AMU., d over the qualification fewell aaid that Lake some huge fish off the Mexican coast. When it comes to a disappointing fishing trip, tew can equal that of J. A. Render and his grandson, David Wilson!, both of . For nnv npr«nn to onnstrtic* or use nnv h"nd wltMn 1RO V«rrt« of' anv othpr hlinrt In- cludlne areas In Poohs 19. is and 14 In the Mississippi River: B. For any person to commercialize hunting rights, blinds, Berkeley Ave. On /• recent oc.i rfents afternoon in two senarate tncl ran across the landed only four fish., "We could hardly catch any fish large enough to throw away," Wilson said. John Pitlpp* of East Alton says that the catfish and carp are hitting in numbers on, trotlines set off Scotch Jimmy -. Island. One carp'taken in the past few days was large enough to feed six guests at a fish fry. Damaged Cruisers During the past two days in one Rcoteh Jimmy Island near ton terrace. One craft damaged the bottom and the other damaged the shaft. Employes of the Clifton Marina went to the aid of the boats at once and brought them to the harbor where they were repaired. Clyde Homer, the Marina manager, said the pilots were from other areas and unfamiliar with local wajH» era. or prtyilegett, either directly or indirectly;' C. For any person to construct or to register for more than one blind (Blinds shall be identified by a Department of Conservation Registration Card fastened to. the blind, giving names and addresses of persons constructing such blind. Registration Cards will be issued at the time of registration.); D. For more than three hunters to register in any one blind; E. For any person to hunt from any location, except from within a blind; F. For any person to engage in scull boat hunting within any area posted as "Public Hunting Areas"; G. For any person to cause a fire to be built, during the waterfowl season, on any of the areas designated as "Waterfowl Management Areas", except in stoves or enclosed fire pots; H. For any person to take, or attempt to take, waterfowl except during the shooting hours provided by Federal regulations issued by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service; I. For any person to assume or be granted exclusive rights to any waterfowl hunting blinds, except that the person constructing a blind for hunting purposes will have the privilege to occupy such blind if said person is present and in said blind one- half hour before the opening shooting hour of each hunting day (After such time, if blind is unoccupied by person that constructed it, any person may occupy such blind and will be privileged to its use until the end of the shooting hours established pursuant to law for that day); J. For any person who is under the influence of intoxicating liquor to hunt, or attempt to hunt, on any of the designated areas. All persons are requested to observe the previous rules and regulations as set forth as a courtesy to others. Violators of the above • provisions shall be subject to the penalties prescribed under Section 56 Q( the' Game Code of Illinois. The laws supplementing thls ; Administrative Order are to be' ound in Chapter 61 of the Jill- ols Revised Statutes. GLEN D. PALMER, Director TV digest with John N. Jones KTVt (ABC) 2, KMOX (CW) 4, KBO <WW)) 5, KPLR 11 "QUEEN TOR A DAY" ABC- TV Sept. 5: "Queen for a Day" is expected Jo begin telecasts aver he ABC-TV net on Monday, Sept. 5. 12:30 to 1 p.m. NBC reportedly asked "Queen for a Day" to re- ieve the network of its commitment to telecast the program hrough the end of the year. Negotiations are currently In progress in Hollywood between ABC- TV and NBC-TV officials with the view toward making a smooth transition as the programs changes networks in September. Bold face denoted highlight— (tt) repeats FRIDAY EVENING 6:00—(2) Pony Express ' (4) News: Max Roby (5) News: John Rodel 6:10—14) Weather: Fontaine (5) Weather Armand 6:15—(4) CBS News: Calmer (5) Sports: Ingham 6:25—(5i Spotlight With Nancy 6:30—(2) Walt Disney: Ashley returns with a recently developed quick draw and a fiery temper in "Kentucky Gunslick". (R) (4) Rawhide: An outcast Indian joins the cattle drive and leads them to water in hostile Indian territory in "Incident of the Haunted Hills". John Drew Barrymore. (R) (5) Cimarron City: Matt takes a job at a ranch to see why the city's water supply has been cut off in "Hired Hand". (R) (11) Bold Journey; "Preacher in Nigeria" 7:00— (11) Don Cunningham Show 7:30—(2) Man from Blackhawk: Logan goes to Alabama to investigate the death of a policyholder in "A Matter of Conscience". (R) (4) Hotel de Paree: Sundance makes a solemn promise of vengeance to a dying friend in "Sundance Goes to Kill". (R) (5) Wichita Town: Sheriff Dunbar and his deputy outsmart MOM MftSlvUl* M«, |U Mill Department of Conservation PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLE XI—REGULATIONS APPLYING TO WILDLIFE • REFUGES DESIGNATED ON ANDALUSIA ISLAND AREA OQUAWKA AREA, PIKE STATION AREA, GODAR SWAMP AREA, AND MID DLETON ISLAND AREA. The following regulations are set forth for the methodica management of those previous ly designated wildlife refuges. 'I. IT IS UNLAWFUL: A. For any person to take any wild birds or wild animals, except beaver, or to possess firearms, on any of the foregoing named refuges, except squirrels may be taken from August 1 to September 30, inclusive, on the Godar Swamp Refuge; B. For any person to trespass on any of the foregoing named refuges during the waterfowl season, except squirrels may be taken from August'1 to September 30, inclusive, on the Godar Swamp Refuge; C. For any person to construct or use a blind or attempt to hunt nearer than 75 yards of the boundary of any of the foregoing named refuges; D. For any person to fish within any of the previously named refuge areas during the period of October 1 to December 31, both dates in* elusive; E. For any person to use firearms on the MJddleton Island Area or to, in any manner, 'molest nestling birds on this area during the period from March 1 to September 1 of each year. However, this restriction In no way is intended to supersede regulations for controlled waterfowl hunting as set forth in Article IX. The above rules and regulations are established for the purpose of making public lands and waters available to the general public under ft game management plan. All persons are requested to observe these rules and regulation! as a courtesy to others. Violators of the foregoing provisions shall be subject -to the penalties pre- ( scribed under Section 56 of the Game Code of Illinois. \ The laws supplementing this; Administrative Order are to be found in Chapter 61 of the Illinois Revised Statutes. GLEN D. PALMER, Director Department of Conservation THI uuu is M.STOCKID IWULAILY OAK LANE FISHING RESORT BKN HOLTWIWJH, Ownon. _BM monitor »-88fl5 B «nd tourltt csblni, picnic groundi with t«bftt, flrtplwi and pUvgrpund §au)p> mint for children. Urgt n*w pavilion tnd r§. frtihmtnti. Shown on H»t prtmiioi, CAUNf \A '«•>¥,, UNTIP 4 iMMlM fUWs* PtaUm mi NttUlUM $ \ ft • Pw iBi&awSl^ * ' " * ¥HBlV fMdly. HIT MINNOWS WORM! Mania grounds *ad largt PtvUlon ranttl for ptenios ud pHvtt* (MutlM alutM, iBOilJBjp or family rtunlont. UotUd %% aOiM BortbwMt of Ertghton-W»ujo tor iigM STirtiaton on Bt Hi, th»y wtulKct you to tbt ground* a madman to save the life of a boy in "Man on the Hill". (R) (11> Movie: Charles Colburn, Robert Paige: "Shady Lady". Drama 8:00—(2) 77 Sunset Strip: Bailey discovers that the hotel hr is planning to buy is guarded by two characters with shotguns in "Switchburg". (R) (4) Video Village (5) play Your Hunch g; 30—(4) December Bride: Lily breaks off her engagement when she finds out there is another woman in her fiance's life. (5) Masquerade Party: (Color) 9:00—(2) The Detectives: Rack eteers kidnap Lt. Russo in retal iation for the arrest of their Jeader in "12 Hours to Live. 1 (R). (4) Twilight Zone: Gig Young stars as a man whose need to escape the pressure of modern life becomes so greal that he slips into his own past while visiting his old home town in "Walkfng Distance". (R) (5) Moment of Fear: (Col or). "Touch of Guilt" star* Wit Ham Shattner, Slgne Hame an a reporter rinks his life to 1 cover a rigged trial In Sooth America 9:30—(2) Black Saddle: Nora is (1952: English) A detective is kidnapped and held in exchange for one of the Sheriff's prisoners in "The Deal" (R) (4) Person to Person Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, Philippine ambassador to the United States and actor Melvyn Doug las and his wife are visited by Charles Collingwood. (U) News, Bowling, Weath er 10:00—(2) Sea Hunt (4) News: Spencer Allen (5) Shotgun Slade (11) Movie: Silvana Man gano, Doris Dowling: "Bitter Rice" (1948: Italian) Drama oi life among the Italians who struggle in rice fields. Weather: Fontaine Eye On St. Louis 10.30—(2) Movie: Richard ToM, Eva Bartok: "The Assaartn" (1952: English) A detective to hired to locate an Italian who helped an American flier during the war. (4) Movie: Clark Gable, Lana Turner: "Somewhere I'll Find You" (1942) Two war correspondents lose their Jobs. (5) News, Sports, WeatMer 10: *>-<5) Jack Paar; Jack Ha* kell, Jonathan Winters, Dody Goodman, Charles Dornan, TOT- ry Thomas, Walter Kieman. (R) 11:30-(11) Bedtime Stories: Arthur Kennedy, Lee J. Cobb star in "Night Visitor". 12:00—(5) (11) News 12:05— (5) Movie: Michael O'Shea, Turhan Bay: "Parole, Inc." (1948) Underworld figures control a prison parole board. 12:20—(4) Movie: Peggy Cummins, Terrence Morgan: "Both Sides of the Law" (1954: English) Story oi Engylish police women 12:25—(2) News 12:30—(2) Home Digest 12:35—(2) Count of Monte Christo l:05-(2) Daily Word 1:20—(5) Weather Report 1:55—(4) Late News Roundup 2:00—(4) Give Us This Day SATURDAY, JULY 30. 5:45_(4) Give Us This Day 6:00—(4) Town 'n Country 6:30—(4) P.S. 4: Government 7:00— (4) Movie: "Man Fron Oklahoma" (1945) Western 7:40-(5) Cartoon 8:00— (4) Capt. Kangaroo (5) Terry Toons 8:30—(5) Corky the Clown 9:00— (2) Meet Your Military . (4) Heckle and Jeckle (5) Howdy Doody: (Color 9:30— (2) Cartoons > (4) Mighty Mouse (5) Ruff and Reddy: (Col or) 10; 00-(2) Miliken's Menagerie (4) Kartoon Karnival (5) Fury . 10:30—(4) The Lone Ranger (5) Circus Boy < 11:00— (2) Age of Comedy (4) Sky King (5) True Story 11:15—(2) News Roundup 11:30—(2) Joe Palooka (4) SS Popeye (5) Detective's Diary 11:45—(11) Morning Chapel 11:50—(U) News: Ken Daust N<*rft-(2) Movie: flm "Trail Guide" (1982) WeMwn (5) 9t Loote Mop "* (11) Movie: Bob Steete: "Pals of the Perm" (1941) Western 12:30—(4) Movie: Wayne Morris, June Travis; "the Rtd Comes Bcftk" (1938) A veteran rlngman gives a young boxer a chance at the titte. 1:00—(2) Auto Buyer's Guide (5) Frontier (11) Cowboy G-Men 1.30—(2) Movie: Jane RuweH, George Brent: "Montana Belle" (1952) Western about Belle Starr. (4) News In Review (5) Western Marshal (11) Jungle Jim 2:00— (4) Challenge: "Challenge of the East-West Conflict to American Youth" (5) Hopalong Cassidy (11) Movie: Robert Stack: "Badlands of Dakota" (1941) Western. 2:30—(4) Rebuttal 3:00—(2) Comedy Theatre (4) Movie: Joe E. Brown, Jean Muir: "Son of a Sailor" (1933) Comedy of a sailor framed into a boxing match. (5) Movie: Dana Andrews, Gene Tierney: "The Iron Curtain" (1948) Soviet spies operate in Canada. 3:30—(11) Jet Jackson 4:00— (2) Jim Bowie (11) Captain 11 4:30—(2) Sweet Success (4) Movie: Henry Fonda, Dorothy Labour: "Chad Hanna" (1940) A stableboy falls in love with a circus star. (5) Sorority Stakes: Fifth running from Monmouth Park. 5:00—(2) Championship Bowling (5) Wrangler's dub (11) Three Stooges 5:15—(5) Parade of Magic 5:30—(5) Roy Rogers (11) Bengal Lancers Two New Zealand engineers in Wellington have developed a push-button stamp vending machine said to be less prone to jamming and more cheat proof than the present ones. Bass Bluegill Grapple Catfish BLUE RIDGE LAKE FISHING and PICNIC 2H Mile* West and »H Miles North of VMtertrars;. Switch to Standard Gasolines with Standard Oil Research reduces your motoring costs again with the built-in gas-savers in* Standard Gasolines— il,P 0 additive removes deposits from dirty carburetor throats to give you extra miles. It boosted Standard Gasoline mileage an extra 6% in 2'/i million test-miles of city-traffic driving! •444JVCI0 QGTANi stops gas-wasting knock at all speeds. 9P4BK-PLUO HUUViNATQK in COLO CROWN restore! most misfiring plugs to full fire, saves fuel, renews power. 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