Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1960 · Page 15
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Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 1, 1960
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MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN Minnie Minoso Sparks Chisox' Two Victories CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago White Sox tipped their American League lead to one and a half games over the New York Yan kces by sweeping a doubleheader from the Washington Senators. Minnie Minoso snapped out of his slump by hitting homers In each game to lead the Sox to 5-2 and W Victories over the Sena tors while New York was splitting a doubleheader with Kansas City. Early Wynn, squaring his record at 7-7, limited Washington to four hits in the opener. Trailing 2-1, the Sox scored three times IB the third Inning when Nellie Fox doubled home a run and Minoso followed with his 12th homer. Roy Sievers smashed hte 20th homer In the first inning of the nightcap and the Sox closed out their scoring with four runs in ' the fourth, highlighted by Minoso's second homer of the day. Minnie also had two singles before being chased in the seventh inning by umpire Charley Berry for arguing on an attempted steal. Bob Shaw, who had help from Gerry Stale.v, was credited with his 10th victory in 18 dedans. The White Sox move on to Baltimore tonight. Herb Score (2-4) goes against Oriole right-hander Milt Pappas (8-8). The Chicago Cubs, aided by Orady Hatton's dutch single made It two straight by defeating the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-2. Right-hander Don CardwPll of the Cubs and Pittsburgh southpaw Harvey Haddix were locked In a 2-2 tie when the Cubs spurted in seventh inninsf. George Altman, who had doubled home Chicago's two runs in the first Inning, opened the seventh with a single. Ron Santo also singled and Frank Thomas sacrificed the runners to second and third before Hatton drove his game-winning hit to center. The Cubs added two more unearned runs before the game ended. Laver Favored In Penn Meet HAVFJiFORD. Pa. (AP)-Au- sfralian Rod Laver, Wimbledon runnerup. was favored today to defeat Davis Cup star Ron Holm- berR for the men's title in the finals of the 61st annual Pennsylvania Lawn Tennis Championships. i Mrs. William DuPont, former; U.S. and Wimbledon titleholderj from Wilmington, Del., and Mimlj Arnold, No.9 ranking player from \ Redwood City. Calif., meet for' the women's title. ; Laver, playing better than he I did at Wimbledon, easily defeated j Bob Mark, 6-1, 62. Sunday in an all Australian semifinal. j Holmberg, of Brooklyn. N.Y.,1 third-ranked In the U.S. ami the! No.l seeded American player, had: The Tclpgraph's Unity Hadio Chart MONT- \Y N—rtewt *—weathsr •)—Sport* (ft out 90tl ,\\ 7 JO HI « HCM 11*1) IU nun IftMl fit WOK it 1470 AC P. .H. ^^ River Ripples 5== and Outdoors with Harold Rrand John Madson, Godfrey, out-i outdoor living and travel can door writer for the Olin Mathie-;P a y '° r a I? 00 * 3 camping outfit son Chemical Corp., East Alton.'*'"« the monp . v »ved in res- tells about the tremendous taurante and motels. No longer growth in ramping by »he entire must Ma slep P on a tar P and family: Campsite* Overflowing a difficult time in beating a tough j, Vic Seixas. 4-6, 6.3, 7-5. | Layer's misses were few and he j stroked powerfully despite an ailing left shoulder. i Mrs. DuPont advanced to the final round by defeating 16-year-j old Billie Jean Moffitt, of Long Beach, Calif., 6-4. 2-6, 6-2. The No. 9 ranked Miss Arnold won her round when Janet Hopps of Seattle, Wash., defaulted because of a leg cramp. League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Batting (based on 225 or more at bats)—Skovron, New York and Sievers, Chicago, .321; Smith, Chicago, .319. Runs—Mantle, New York, 84; Maris, New York, 72. Runs batted In— Maris, New York, 81; Skowron. New York. 71, Hits—Minoso and Smith. Chica-i N S I.A* Business; We IK . N Lombardo; N D. Gordon N Gortne; S; N N N. W S: N N: S N K Rlihdtd N. Rhhard K. Richard N: S Man on Go World N E. Morgan F. Lewis Jr. D. Oordon N: Gordon Gordon; N N In Person B. Burnes Burnes: N N: Richard K Richard 3. Richard K Richard N; Peil J. N; Music Music D. Gordon S Gordon Gordon: N Amoa-Andy Musk: Bent The World N. Rlch.ird K Richard S; Jenkins H Jenkins N; P«M J. Pe«« P«RR: N Sign Off N; Music Music Sign Off St of I aw Progress N. Jenkins B Jenkins N Jenkins H Jenkins N; Image Image Metronome N: Music Music N R Shop Record Shop N R Shop Record Shop N Memories N I Buck N; R Shot Record Shop S. R. Shoo Record Shop N: MetnorlM Memories Memories: H N, Buck J. Buck N: R. Shop Record Shop N: R. Shop Record Shop TTTFSTUY A. N. cook in a blackened pot. There are inexpensive tens, sleeping bags, camp stoves, folding uten- If there is an outdoor sport sj | s co)( j cr ,est s , insecticides, I go ' 118: Robinson ' Baltimore 112. today that can challenge boat- and ' otner efficient gear that 1 Doubles— Skowron. New York, ...... • 23; Allison, Washington. 21. Triples — Robinson, Baltimore, Fox and Aparicio, Chicago and .13 .15 ing it is family camping. makes camping comfortable. Without much fanfare, this all- Tent Trailer .„,..„.,, _____ .... , age family sport '•• ™ e writ(?r •»"«*» a two-wheel- Becquer, Washington, 6; seven has made a great ed - , tent-trailer last j p , ayprs with 5> surge in the pHst' s P rin »? that has worked out per five years In fectl - v - lt has scads of storage 195X our 29 na. s " ace - can ** I""* 1 *' 8et U P- national parks and can sleep our family of five perfect comfort. With this roomy outfit we can go ' anywhere can drive our old Home New York, .15 31; Mantle. New York 27. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Chicago, | 28: Landis, Chicago 15. Pitching (based on 10 or decisions) — Coates, New York, IP. 9-2, .818; Stobbs, Washington, 8-2, J. Madson played host to outdoor families, and provided nearly five mil-' car ' ™ d )lve we " regardless lion camper-days. Family camp-; w< ! aUler .... Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, ing in state parks and other wild] ™ e *™ l]er ^' • bunk for the| 132 . Pascua i, Washington, 106. areas was undoubtedly far : Uiree kids, and there's pleny of greater than this; Iowa's state'^ nt s P ace for ™e two folding National League parks for example, will average ' f 1 "" 11 ""^ °° ts used byu us old | Batting (based on 225 or more more campers during the month folks ' Whatever your cho.ce of, a , bats. - Larker, Los Angeles, of Julv than Yellowstone Na- ^u'Pment. buy the best you can; 345. Mays San Francjsco , .343. tional Park does during the en-' *** ord ,^ , lear " how to use it, Runs _ Mays &„ Francisc0p tire season on a few close - to -home tnps. A174. Bruton Milwaukee. 70. , „. , T11 . , blanket and a frying pan mayi p uns State park officers in Illinois, ^ adequate for a whiskery {ish .| .15 H. Qunther N H. Gunthtr N Opener N: Perm Voiel Farm N Wiillamt O wmiamn Clockwatcher fj. Newiome *i *i N; Newiome G. Newiome N: Day Bob Oar N: Day Bob Day N: Qunther H. Gunther N: a T. Ualley N: Dalley T. Dalley N: W Rex Davit Clockwatcher N: Newtome G. Newiome N; Newiome G. Newiorae N; Day S: Day N: Day Bob Day world N H. Gunther N: Gunther H. Gunther N: Dalley T. Dalley N: Dalley Dalley: N Hex Davit Clockwatcher N: Newtome G. Newtome N; Newiome G. Nfiwtome N Bob Day N; Wllion Ed Wilton Dr. Eberhardt Unity; Dee U. Cantreii H. Christian N Clockwatcher N: Newiome G. Newiome N; Newiome G. Newiome N; Walter H. Walter Tello QuU R. Bentofl N; WlltOB r-d wiiion B'fait Club N: Godfrey A. Godfrey N; Davit G Davit N: Davli G. Davli N; Benton R. Benton N; Wilton Ed Wilson N; Dalley T. Dalley N: Dalley Dalley: N N. Party Houseparty G. Moore Crosby.Clooney N: Davit G. Davit N: Davit G. Davit N; Time Cty. Tim* *• »• M. Galnee P'house Pty. N: Farm Vogel Farm The World Rex Davit J Mccormlcli 2 Next Door Rl. to Hap'lnett N: Davit G. Davit N: Davit G. Davit N Farm-Mkt. A. Grace Club Newt N: Party •Phoute Pty. N: Witt D. Witt N: Witt Witt: N Whispering Stl. N: Jenklnt Ma Perkins B. Jenknni Dr. Malone N; Jenkins Mrs. Burton B. Jenkins N: Day Bob Day B. Counter N; Burke .r. Burke D. Witt N: Witt Witt; N N: Seller Best Seller G. Williams N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N: Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Palen J. Palen N; Burke J. Burke p. Witt N: Witt Witt; N N; Buck J. Buck N: Jenkins 5. Jenkins N; Jenklnt K. Richard N; Palea J. Palen .•» ,i* Missouri and Iowa are being ov- erman in—Banks, 3, 81; Aaron, Milwaukee, 78. N. Burke J. Burxe 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; Palea J. Paleo erwhelmed by campers this sum- fully equipped and as cohort, mer. An Iowa park officer at ab]e M jb)e jf me ^ Clear Lake rcently told me that trjp y, to be a success over the 4th of July weekend -j W e in this area are lucky we for the first time - there was iare on ^ ^ of ^ ^ est no baseball game there. Camp-1 camping ^^ ta me natlon ers had overflowed the camping | Nearby Pere Ma tte State area and had filled the entire | papk . g fl rfect , ace for a ball park. Officers in Missouri !,. shake down .. ^ m M state parks have told me that ^ from {here we can hfiad on some weekends this summer, ^ m g ge ^ boondocks of they even had campers in the , 1Jinois centraj ^ backyards of their homes. 128; San Francisco, 123. Doubles—Pinson, Cincinnati, 27; Mays, San Francisco, 25. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati and White, St Louis, 8; Bruton, Milwaukee and Kirkland, San Francisco, 7. Home runs— Banks, Chicago and Aaron, Milwaukee, 28; Mathews, Milwaukee, Mays, San Francisco and Boyer, St. Louis, 21. Stolen bases — Pinson. Cincin- BtWLLNG BOWL INN j Saturday Mixed i W. Forrester 221, L. Pedonej ! 203, L. Tiemann 202, J. Friend i TV digest with John N. Jones southern ^ . . M' sso " ri . and even northern Ar-j na ,j, 2 3; Mays. Sani Francisco^O.; ™i! V «. Trwin wn R There are several reasons for kansas pu^hir.^ (L ^ in ; 206-215, S. Irwm 200, B. ~. ... 4 . . .. *<" |S<1S - I Pitching (based on 10 or more 1 ,,,,, r,- c m ; f h 917 TT RuHor th!s great increase in family Although many Ozark state;deci.sions.-Williams. Los Angelesj 221 ' L- Smith ' F> Ry camping. Millions of Americans piir k s are crowded on weekends, iu-2, .846; Roebuck, Los Angeles. are discovering — with more there are great areas that havejg-2 goo leisure time and money - thei ne ver seen campers. For exam-| strikeouts- Drysdale Los An- fun of eating in the open andi p i e , 10 days ago the writer vis-igeies. 168; Friend, Pittsburgh sleeping under the stars. Many j (ed the spectacular Silver Mines ir<n outdoor families are staying near | area on the St. Francis River home and camping in their ownj near ironton, Mo. — there was state parks rather than making !0n ly one camper there. He told a long, feverish trip to the West- me that a lot of picnickers crn or Northern wonderlands. were there over the Fourth, but At the same time, better camp- no other campers. ing equipment is available than But even in crowded camp ever before. A person who likes grounds, family camping is unique and enjoyable. There's a KTV1 (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBC) 5, KPLB U ojnan.Tortiired y Agonizin ITCH bvAe com- .mon bond among campers and a I camp ground is always a friendly, warm community in which everyone shares camping lore, "l*wh iKbed It dtttkor 7J4 ytan. eomrnon problems, and " enjoy- Tout I found ttMtwuvndirfrtmt.Now _ 0 _ t r,.. !,_„_«. „„ <.u «• » J'mb4py,"i*yiMn.D.V*rd 9 fL.A,\ merA - Campus are the finest Hcn'ibtitudralMlffomiorturM of r««inal I neighbors in the world. Probaby Itch, nod tub, chifini, tub tod ccumt with u uuuiaii o«w K»nU6c fotmul* ! e»!WUkNACANH.ThlijMC-tai. luin- 1 they're sharing one of ihe world's finest sports. And we Arizona Boy Wins Net Title KALAMAZOO. Mich. (AP) Bill Lenoir of Tucson, Ariz., whi/.-i zed past the two top-ranked players in the National Junior and Boys Tennis Championships this weekend and came out with the singles crown and a share of doubles honors. Lenoir ousted defending champion Dennis Ralston in the semi- Littler's Putts Bring Victory BALTIMORE (AP) — Gene Littler headed today for the insurance city of Hartford, Conn. with a putting policy of his own that has brought him an average jof $1.825 a week for the past three | months. niMUNACAm.Tbiifuc-ictinc. iuifi- jtie world's Imest sports. And we '. , ' — " ICH mtdicaMd cnm* lull* harmful bicten* • , , ,, . ... ., . finals Saturday 6-3, 6-1. He de- «rm, whiu it.MochM i.w. irriuud ind could all do with more old-time ... „„_,*' ,, . .. «»nn infli mtd ikin tiwue. Slop, ict«cbin«-w ' and the sort of 016 S ° n ™ ai neaiinf, uon (funer snotncr minute* LANACANE todiy u tU drug uoitt, ' rest that camping brings. THE BANK ^ ALTON" INVENTED THE SUCCESSFUL FOUNTAIN :ANSWER Whatever your futur* may ba, tha naad for money is lure to figure in it. Atiura yourialf ol adequate fundi by starting a savings plan at Tha Bank of Alton today. feated second-seeded Frank Froehling of Coral Gables, Fla., 6-2. (5-0, fi-3 for the title Sunday. Lenoir and Froehlini; teamed up and upset Ralston and Bi'l Bond of La Jolla, Calif., 8-6, 2-6, 6?, 6-2 for doubles honors. In the boys 15-and-under title match, Mike Belkin of Coral Gables needed only 35 minutes to down Mickey Schad of Louis ville, Ky., 6-1, 6-0. Schad and Nick Kalo of Hnm- tramck, Mich., defeated the second-seeded te$m of Jan Ku:era of San Francisco and Gary of San Palbo, Calif., 7-5, 4-6, 6-1. Rangers Win, 3-1 i ST. LOUIS - The Roxana Rangers moved into second place in the Building Trades division! golfer Singing Hills., Calif., classified his putting in the final round of Sunday's Eastern Open as his best of the year. "I've changed my stroke a little but it's not enough to describe," he said after winning the llth annual event. It let him down only once when he had to putt three times on the 15th green for one of his two bogey fives on his last tour of the Pine Ridge course. However, it also brought him seven birdies so he was fis'e under par for the 67 windup. Gary Player, the stellar South African, scored the same to finish runner-up by two strokes. The $3,500 first prize sent Littler into the Insurance Open starting Thursday with $23,728 in golf winnings in his last 13 tournaments since May 1. Al Besselink of Grossinger, N.Y. finished third with a 276. Three I League By mi; ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday (ianieg Burlington 7, Green Bay 5 Cedar Rapids 8-1, Fox Cities 7-3 WILL DISCONTINUE NBC LISTINGS FRIDAY — Due to an economy move by the NBC-TV Network Press Information Department, the listings sent to us from New York regarding programs, plans and other network information has been discontinued. Therefore we regret that we must announce any further program information regarding NBC-TV (Channel 5) programs will not be carried after Friday, Aug. 5th in "TV Digest" unless the information is forthcoming. The only listing will be what is received from KSD-TV Channel 5 in St. Louis. CBS NEWS BRIEFS: "See America with Ed Sullivan," new monthly series originating in cities throughout the United States, will have its premiere in San Francisco in October and present SPORTSMAN'S DIGEST FLY-FISHING TIPS FOR SUN FISH its second program from Chicago in November. — Versatile 38-year old Gil Stratton will be one of the CBS News sports reporters at the Summer Olympics in Rome, to be broadcast exclusively on CBS-TV August 26 — September 12. ABC NEWS BRIEFS: Five young singers who have appeared as guest Champagne Ladies on ABC'S "Lawrence Welk Show" have been scheduled for encore performances. Julie Mason will be heard on the program on Aug. 6, Betty Cox returns on Aug. 13, Kay Hart makes another appear ance on Aug. 20, Gina Genardi is recalled for Aug. 27, and Patty Clark makes her second appearance on Sept. 3. Bold face denotes highlights — (R) repeats. MONDAY EVENING 6:00—(2) Quick Draw McGraw (4) News: Spencer Allen (5) News: John Roedel 6:10—(4i Weather: Fontaine (5) Weather: Armand (j:13—(4i CBS News: Edwards (5) Sports: Ingham 6:25— (5) Spotlight with Nancy 6:30— (2) Cheyenne: Bodie TROUT-SIZ* (to CM BMACUTO) DRV PUES, 6MAU. POPPIN6 BU6S, AND HAIR FLIM (ABOVE) ARE eOOO SURFACE LURES W* PISH ARB RISINa ID A HEAW HATCH OP RJB8. PONf ACTIVATE FUE8. POPPERS MAX BE TWITCHED «ENTOS H= AT WITH BAIT of the Khoury Leugue here Sun-} Des Moines 5, Lincoln 4 (10 in- duy with a 3-1 win over Holy Trinity of St. Louis. Ed Parsons was the winning pitcher, facing 28 batters, walking none, striking out 13 and giving up two hits. The Ranger record is now 5-4. nings) (Sunday Game*) Fox Cities 4-1, Burlongton 04 Green Bay 6-5, Cedar Rapids 1*4 Sioux City 4-2, Lincoln 2-5 Topeka 6-1, Des Moinea 5-2 la (he by JA< K II%KHV> SporU Gdllor Sports Editor Jack Barban is on vacation. Hi* column will be resumed upon his return. SUNFISM CBREAM, eic.) uauAu.y UE AND PEED DEEP, SO WET PtlSS AND NVMPH6 OO BBTTBR THAN DRV FUB8. (AVOIP BAS6- WZB fUKl) ONE TRICK 16 RB» MCVTH8 AU. ORBOSlNa PROM R.V BtCBPT HACKUI ID UQK BAIT ON ffll NOCK, USB TtHV Pt/BS. TWTTOH WNM04 Pty •BNn.yb /NP ILOWVy ON A TAUT UNC. Phone CL 4-7887 Week Days Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. No ParkliiK Problems at Koxaim TONITE Rita Hayworth—Anthony Fmnoloiiu—<HB YOUIIK "THE STORY ON PAGE ONE" Cinainawope U :00 Brlgltte Bardot—Jucquei Clmrrier—Francis Blanche "BABETTE GOES TO WAR" Color-Cinemascope 1:18 Selected Shorts TONITE THRU TUESDAY! BEL'AIR HW I 00 H I I 1 IK 0 VbJO Open at 7:00 Sturt at Dunk Spectacular I UOGQBll MH PACIFIC AND! *P4 tracks down the slayer of a wealthy Texas cattleman whose place is taken by "The Impostor". (R) (4> Charlie Farrell Show: Charlie finds himself placed on probation by the management of his Racquet Club to shield him from his own gemTous nature. (.V Riverboat: Opponentsj of a proposed canal set out to sabotage the preliminary work on it in "Fight at New Canal". (Ri Mil Bold Journey: "Roundup". 7:00—(41 The Texan: Danny Scholl. Broadway musical star, playing a nameless nomad, is befriended by Longley, who dispenses his lore of the sixgun. (Ri (11) Don Cunningham Show 7:30—(2) Bourbon Street Beat: A law student strikes out on his own to track down the homicidal axeman in "Light Touch ot Terror". (R) (4) Father Knows Best: Bud decides to quit school and get a Job on a freighter running to the South Seas. (R) (5) Wells Fargo: Hardie is helped by an embittered woman to trap a train thief. (11) Movie: Lew Ayres: "All Quiet on the Western Front" (1930) Famed World Wai I story of German soldiers. 8:00—(4) Celebrity Talent Scout*: (Debut) Bam Levenson In host Mlth Audrey Meadows, Ann Sheridan and Phil Silvers who introduce show business as. plrants. (5) Peter Gunn: Gunn is marked for murder but refuses police protection. Two-thirds o episode is a chase sequence without dialog. (R) 8:30—(2) Adventures in Para disc: A bride's wealthy fathe succeeds in upsetting the tran quil course of a honeymoon cruise in "The Violent Journey" (R) (4) Spike Jones Show (Debut) Musical history is sha ken to Its foundations when Spike portrays Leonard Burnslde discussing the cymbal. (5) Theatre: R i c h a r c Shannon and William Campbell co-star in "Squeeze Play". A truckman is unjustly blamed for a road mishap. (R) 9:00— (4) New Comedy Show case: (Debut) New series of orl gtnal comedies never before shown on tv. Tonight; George Murphy and Martha Scott era bark on a second honeymoon to prove "You're Only Young Twice". (5) Hollywood Sings: (Color) Story of the development of song in motion pictures with Tammy Grimes, Eddie Albert starring and Boris Karloff as host. (R) 9:30—(2) Ted Mack Amateurs (4) June Allyson Show: Dick Powell, Felicia Fair star in "The Doctor and the Redhead". Humorous story of a young physician who dares to thwart the efforts of the richest girl in town to turn his neighborhood into a sports car speedway. (R) (11) News, Bowling, Weather .0:00—(2) Manhunt (41 News: Spencer Allen & This Man Dawson (11) Movie: Warren Williams, Hillary Brook: "Counter Espionage" (1942) Spy drama. 0:10—(4) Weather: Fontaine 0:15—(4) Eye on St. Louis 0:30—(2) Movie: Ralph Bellamy, Anne Baxter: "Guest in the House" (1944) A girl comes be. tween a husband and wife. (4) KMOX-TV Editorial: "St. Louis City Charter". (5) News, Sports, Weathe 0:45—(4) Movie: Loretta Young Charles Boyer: "Shanghai' (1935) A Shanghai tycoon fall for a visiting American girl. (5) Jack Psar Show: H. V. Kaltenborn. Ed and Pegrni Fitzgerald. Louise OBrien, Renee Taylor guests. 11:30—(11) Bedtime Stories: IrtW Dunne stars in "Sister Veronica". 12:00—Cil (111 News 12:05—(4) Movie: Douglas Fairbanks Jr.: "Outward Bound" (1930i A group on board a ship realize they have entered eternity. (5) Night Court 12:»>-(5) Weather Report 12:50—(2) News 12:55— (2) Home Digest 1:00—(2) I Spy 1:10—(4) Late News Roundup 1:15—(4) Give Us This Day 1;30—(2i Daily Word TffcSDAV, AlOl'ST ^ 5:40—<4) Give Us This Day 5:45—(4l News: Tom Brooks 6:00—(4) Town 'n Country 6:30-(4) P.S. 4: "How to Write and Speak". 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: Grimsby Cartoon Time 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 Search for Tomorrow It Could Be You (Col or) 11:45—(2) News: Hayward (4) Guiding Light. (11) Morning Chapel Noon—(2) Restless Gun (4) News-Weather Beat (5) Charlotte Peters (11) Cartoons^ 12:05—(4) People's Choice 12:30—(2) Love That Bob (4) As The World Turns 12:50—(U) News: Ken Daust 1:00—(2) About Faces (4) Full Circle (5) Queen for a Day (11) Movie: Guy Madison, Liana Lynn: "Texas, Brooklyn, and Heaven" (1948) A playwright from Texas looking for success in New York finds a girl instead. 1:30—(2) Susie (4) House Party (5) Loretta Young Theater 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 3:00—(2) Beat The Clock (4) 8:15—(2) (4) 9:00—(2i (4) 9:30—(2) (4) (5) 10:00-(4) (5) 10:30-(2) (4) (5) (4) (5) (4) (5) OPEN 7:30. START DUSK IT-WOODS Ends Wednesday GARY GRANT;TONY CURTIS OPERATION/ (PETTICOAT Your Favorite Family Drive-In STARLIGHT ass nun M* COUM »w BOX Office Opens at 7:M TONITE TUESDAY 1st Run Showing JEFFREY HWCONSW TOWERS TECHNICOLOR PLUS SECOND FEATURE Starts Wi4, fir 0ntwnk lit Run Shewing Open Dally 6:30. Start 7 p.m. Adults SOc Kiddies 85c Tonight at 8:48 p.m. David Nlven, Mitzl Gaynor "HAPPY ANNIVERSARY" Tonight at 7:17 p.m. In Lovely Color "EDGE OF ETERNITY" Short Subjects 7 p.m. FAMILY NIGHTS TIMS., Wed., Thurs. All Seat* •-'Sc. Matintte Kvery Wedneaday. Lot the Uptown Be Your Baby Sitter for a Few Hours. TUES,. WED, • THURS, tmlkMurt CKI i wau $1IMHI H |EUUyr Tue§. and Tbura. 8:50 Wed. HOP, 8:00, »;00 pan. SFIIE JONES V cur sucuu ROBERT RYAN CAROLYN JONES RICHARD BURTON * WUHM M0> n.imi flu* RAVDOLPH SCOTT "Otmanoln Stition" in fltt> ground Oniidjrew Admitted Free •UUV (UMITMIWII lltltt TIM* and Tours. Tiitt p.m. Wed. 8517, 7:17 MM Short iub|octi CMel ThrUUig Strld 3:30-<2i (4i (5> (4) (51 4:30_(4i (4) BrfiiflitCT Day (5» The Thin Man (11) Wild Bill HtcMBfc 3:15— (4 1 Secrrt Storm Who Do You TTttstt Ed*e of Night BucksWn 3:45— Ml) Capt. ll's Showboat 4:00— (2) American Bandstand SS Popeye You Asked For It Movie: Marsha Hunt. Virginia Wilder: "I'll Wait for You". (1941) A Ransster takes refuge on « farm. (5) Life of Riloy 5:OT>-(2i Rocky and His Frtetlds (5) Wrangler's Club: First 15 minutes in color. (11) S(?t. Preston 5:30— (2) News: Hayward Ml) Suspenseville 5:40— (2) Weather: Hayward 5:45_(2) Cartoon Time (5) Huntley-Brinkley News (11> Three Stooges QRANP Hiint\ni\t,n inn i * TODAY! ENDS WED. Matinee* Daily 12:45 .JACK MNE/UY MEDFORO/DON13000 At 1:15 3:15 5:15 7:15 9:15 Plus Color Cartoon STARTS THURSDAY! Dick Clark 'Btcausi Thiy'n Young* COMING SOON 'POLLYANNA' HELD OVER! TONIGHT and TUESDAY Open 6:30 CIRCUS o HORROR At 6:80 9:30 PLUS Robert Hutton-Mary Castle At 8:25 'Jail Breakers' At Tuesday, 1:30 MATINEE ONLY All Seats 25c "KIDDIES SUMMER FUN PARTY" 2 HOURS OP PUN A Big Feature Hit, His Zaniest/ IOMMOMTN SONGS) iOMWDWTM UUQHSI PLUS COLOR CARTOONS PLUS "6 BIG SURPRISES" OODRIVE TONITE A TUES. Opan 6:30 SIMONE SIONORET In her Acodtmy Award Ptrfermonct "ROOM AT THE TOP" 8:53 witn laurtM* Harvty HIT flMITfWI mAuM wmMBOBM ^^JUIstt*^ Every Wedntxday HaUaa* "Kiddie* liuuuuer Fun Party*

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