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Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 3, 1960
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ALTON JBVBMKQ TfiU»RAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, The TefegraprY* ferity R n ,Ho Chart WETWWHY EBB* *^L vnvpvm o^v (HBO) (MM) mto HMO* fOBS) unuo UNRO WOK* Ifltt BO f. M. 5 61 *••• 7 IBBBi 8 N: 8: Lafr Business; Welk Lointmrdo; N • N; S Man on Oft World N E. Morten N: Music Music ft N; MusIC Music IV N; Image 'mage Metronome N D. Gordon N Gorme; S; M F. Lewis Jr. D. QOTuOtl N; Gordon Gordon ! N p. Oordoa S i GofoOfl Gordon: N SIM on ftl •** ™ t TV N in Person B. Burner Burnu; N Amos-Andy Pan in Stand! Interview Carts-Braves (Ai ( 8t. Louis) .1 •> *» •! ., „ i.m? ?*? i IK ?*? N: Richard N: Peej K. Richard 3. Pew S; Jenkins PeggfN B. Jenkins Sign Off N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; R. Shop Record Shop N; R. S%op Record Shop *L*ulSL 7 •••• 8 F. M. 10 •iisssiiilsii^ 11 12 •ssssiBi 1 .M .IS .M .W .If .3* .45 .04 .15 .M .is .M .a SBUMSHBl 3 mmmm 4 .11 .M • N ; MttnOriM Memories Memorlei; N J. Buck N: Buck 3. Buck f* »i i* •* iecVffi., N; M. aha* «W.» Record Shop THURSDAY H. Ountbw H. Ounther N N: Guntner H. Ounther t> » N /t World N H. Gunther N: Ounthar H. Ounther N: WUSOB Ed Wilton »» *l N; WllSOfl Ed Wilson K »l N: Wilson Ed Wilson •i » P'house Pp. » M N: Party P'house Pty. i» f» tt ti N: Burke J. Burke II »• *; Burke r Burke i* •» •• •• N; Burkt J. Burke •i »t Burke: N open* N: Farm voiei Para N; S T. Dalley N; Dalley T. Dalley N: Dalley T. Dalley . N: Dalley Dalley; N Dr. Eberhardt Unity; Dee 0. Cantrell H. Christian B'fast Club t» *• »t •> i» •• Nrpalley T,- Dalley N; OaUey Dalley: N N; Farm Voiel Perm The world N; Witt D. Witt Ni Witt Witt; N D ,- W1 H N; Witt Witt; N D. Witt N; Witt Witt; N N; Gordon D. Gordon N; Gordon Gordon: N 8:«? aockwatefcer N: W Rex Darto Clockwatcher Re> Davis Clockwatcher »» N Clockwatcher •» N: Godfrey A. Godfrey •• it •» •• N; Party Houseparty G. Moore Crosby-Clooney Rex Davis J. McCormlok 2 Next Door Rt. to Hep'neee Whispering Sts. Ma Perkins Dr. Malone Mrs. Burton N; Seller Best Seller G. Williams it •• N; Buck J. Buck 1* II II I* N; Buck J. Buck »* «t 'Buck; W g. N^wsMne N; Newsome *G. Newsome N; Newsome O. Newsome N; Newsome o. Newsome N; Newsome O. Newsome N; Newsome G. Newsome N; Newsome O. Newsome N; Newsome O. Newsome N: Darts G. Drivls N: Davis G. Davis N; Davis O. Davis N; Davis G. Davli N: Davis G. Davis N. Davis G. Davis N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Jenkins K. Richard N; Richard K. Richard , N: Richard IK. Richard ft* Bob Day N; Day Bob Day N Bob Day i* II N; Walter M. Walter Tello QUJ* R. Benson N; Benson R. Benson »» i» >• «t N; Time Cty. Ttae M. Oalnee "N Farm-Mat. A. Grace Club Newe N; Day Bob Day • »• tt B. Counter N: Palen J. Palga H M N; Palen J. Palen •• 1* lft •• N: Palen J. Palen II M with John N. Jones KTVI (ABC) t, EMOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBC) K, KPLB U SIDE LINES: Swimming-star Esther Williams recently made series of court appearances in connection with her resignation as president of International Swim ming Pool Corp. She emerged with 1600,000. no legal blame, for the company's failure and the value of her name untarnished. TV Guide magazine reports that Esther also collected a new group of fans. During the time when » she wasn't actually testifying in court, she served a picnic lunch to the newsmen covering' the court beat, took them for $30 in a series of poker games and now nab a scroll testifying to the fact that she is the Den Mother of the Federal Court Press Room. One reporter's comment: "If that girl ever pays a dime for a press agent, it's a dime wasted." (4) (5) 6:10— (4) (5) Bald face denotes —(K) repeats. WEDNESDAY EVENING 6:00—(2) Jim Bowie News: Spencer Allen News: John Roedel Weather: Fontaine Weather: Armand 6:15—(4) CBS. Newt,: Craniate (5) Sports: Ingham 6;25-(5) Spotlight With Nancy 6:30-(2> Teh-Twenty Billiards (4) Reckoning: Michael Rennie stars as a troubled RAr flier who takes command of a resentful American crew tor a hazardous mission in "The Vol cauoSeat". (R), (5) Wagon Train: Bette Davis alare as a woman woo is escorting a group of girlb and trouble results when they join McQueen Story". (R) (U) Bold Journey: "fiaroy- eca" 7:00—(2) Music tor a Summer Night: "Biography of a Boy", musical memories from the turn Of a ueittury to the Roaring 20's. June V«1U, Men Griffin (11) Don Cunningham Snow 7:8fr-(2> Nelson Family: Ctoie's tar the gang to rent bicy and ride up to Blueberry Rook i* overruled by Harriet and the glrto to tevor of faster Ozue gOM U •lone in "Bad Day at Blueberry Rock"- 1R> (4) Ueo into 8(MUK: A pounded Opt aWS*Uley'« report Oft FWhWoric town from ao- otfaer world i* nwtiwd with (5) Price is Right: (Col or) (11) Movie: Claudette Col bert, Don Arneche: "Cues Wife" (1945) Coniedy 8:00-(2) Hawaiian Eye: Pri vate investigator Steele is en gaged by a Los Angeles legal firm to locate a missing girl ir "The Koa Man". (R) (4) Millionaire: When a young and handsome actor con vinces a middle-aged woman she is younger than springtime, he husband begins looking for his own fountain of youth. (5) Happy: Chris and Sal Iy try to help the romance between Uncle Charlie and wealthy widow in "Bachelor for Clara". 8:30-14) I've Got a Secret Johnny Carson guest. (5) Tate: A murderer'] brothers try to free him fron Tate's custody in "Tigero". 9:00—(2) Boxing: Henry Hank vs. Rudy Ellis in 10-round re turns middleweight bout. (4) Circle Theatre: Mem bera of the Narcotics Squad of the New York Police Depart ment don beretes, raise beards and learn to play bongos iu "Raid in Beatnik Village". (R) (5) This Is Your Lite: Story of Stephen Boyd. (R) 9:30-15) Lock Up (II) News, Bowling, Weather Sports: Harry Stone Not For Hire (4) News: Spencer Allen (5) People Are Funny: Series returns at new day and time. (11) Movie: Margaret Sulla van, Herbert Marshall: "Good Fairy" (1935) Comedy of errors incurred when a man tries to help a lady. 10:10—(4) Weather: Fontaine L0:15—(4) E>e on SI. Louis 10:30—(2) Movie: Edmund O'Brien, Maria English: "Shield lot Murder" (1904). A detective turns to crime clairnmg it was in the lint of duty. (4) Movie: Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre: "Three Strangers" (1046) A Joint wish for money leads three persons to intrigue and terror. (5) News, Sports, Weather L0:45— (5) Jack Paar: Jonathan Winters, Blossum Dearie, Phyllis Diller, tiled n ur Harris guests 11:3U-U1) Bedtime Stories: Rob- ert Young <stars in "Keep It in the Family" 12:00-(4) Movie: Jean Muir, Donald Woods: "Once a Doctor". (1937) An adopted son and his foster brother battle for medical careers. (5) (U) News 12:05—(5) Night Court 12:10-(2) News 12:15—(2) Home Digest 12:20—(2) Sherlock Holmes 12:35—(5) Weather Report 12:50-(2) Daily Word 1:00—(4) Late News Roundup 1:05— (4) Give Us This Day THURSDAY AUGUST 4 5:45-(4) Give Us This Day 5:50_(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, 7:30, 7:45 (5) Today: Newscasts at 7:25 and 8:25. 8:00— (2) Camera Two (4) News: Grimsby 8:15-(2) Cartoon Tune (4) Capt. Kangaroo 9:00—(2) Jack LaLanne Show (4) December Bride (5) Dough-Re-Mi 8:30—(2) Romper Room (4) Video Village (5) Play Your Hunch 10:00-(4) I Love Lucy (5) Price Is Right (Color) 10:30-(2) Topper (4) Clear Horizon 15) Concentration Janet Dean, R.N. (4) Love of Life (5) Truth or Consequences Coffee Break (4) Search for Tomorrow (5) It Could Be You (Color) ll:45-(4) Guiding Light News: Hay ward (11) Morning Chapel Noon—(2) Restless Gun (4) News - Weather Beat (5) Charlotte Peters (11) Cartoons People'! Choice Love That Bob! (4) As the World Turns 12:50—111) News: Daust 1:00—(2) About Faces (4) Full Circle (5) Queen for a Day Named In State Beauty Contest JERSEYVILLE — Miss Diane iBerthoux, daughter of Mr. ant Mrs. Paul Berthoux of Jersey ville, will represent the Jersey ville Chapter Order of Detftolay in the State Beauty Contest to be held at Mac-Murray College Jacksonville, Aug. 26 and 27. Miss Berthoux. who will be sophomore this fall at Illinois Col lege in Jacksonville, is majoring in special education. In her senior year High at the Jersey School she was Community chosen a the outstanding student of the year by the American Association for Advancement of Science at the annual state meeting of the llli nois Junior Academy of Science, of which group she had served as state secretary. Miss Berthoux was selected local "DeMolay Sweetheart" for entry in the state contest, from group of five candidates chosen by the Jefsevyille Assembly Order o! Rainbow, to be voted on by the DeMolays. Boys Victims of Minor Injuries JERSEYVILLE— Rodney Witt 10. son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil'Witt of Jerseyville, incurred a lacera tion beldw the lip Monday after noon while playing with a peeling knife at his home. He was brough to the Jersey Community Hospita where the wound was sutured am the patient dismissed. Rusty Willis, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. ' Don Willis of Jerseyville stepped on a nail Monday after noon at his home and suffered a puncture wound of the left foot He was treated at the Jersey Com munity Hospital and released. Named to TB Board JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Dan T Edwards of Jerseyville has been appointed to serve a three-year term on the TB Care and Treat ment Board of Jersey County. The appointment 'was made by the Jersey County Board of Supervisors. Other members of the TE Board are Or. W. Clark JJtoak anc L. F. Morrison of Fieldon. Resigns As CD Hear JERSEYVILLE — James Coombs, civil defense director o] Jersey county, has submitted his resignation to the board of supervisors, effective Aug. 31. Director Coombes, in his resignation, stated that his other busi- (11) Movie: Lynn Bari, Melvyn Douglas, Hugh O'Brien: "On the Loose" (1951) A teenage girl, neglected by her selfish parents, turns to her school companions for affection. l:30-(2) Susie (4) House Party (5) Loretta Young 2:00—(2) Day in Court (4) Millionaire (5) Young Dr. Malone 2:30—(2) Gale Storm (4) Verdict Is Yours (5) From These Roots (11) Mickey Rooney Show 3:00-(2) Beat The Clock (4) Brighter Day (5) Thin Man (11) Wild Bill Hickok 3:15—(4) Secret Storm 3:30-(2) Who Do You Trust? (4) Edge of Night (5) Buckskin 3:45—(11) Capt ll's Showboat 4:00—(2) American Bandstand (4) SS Popeye (5) You Asked For It 4:30—(4) Movie: Paul Muni, Karen Morley: "Black Fury" (1935) Story of a man's drive for power. (5) Life of Riley 5:00—(2) Rocky and His Friends (5) Wrangler's Club: First 15 min. in color (11) Sgt. Preston 5:30—(2) News: Hay ward (11) Suspenseville 5:40—(2) Weather: Hayward 5:45—(2) Cartoon Time (5) Huntley-Brinkley News (11) Three Stooges PRESCRIPTION Lowest poitiDia Double tagle Stumps Akk Vour Doctor to Call Us He Deliver. 10 ness duties made H impossible for him to devote the time required as civil defense head in behalf of the program. Mtttftttef Born to Local Couple JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs Dennis McKay of Jerseyville have given the name Bonnie Suzanne to their Infant daughter born at 8:25 a.m., Surttay, at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 8 pounds.' one-half ounce. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Roy Dawldns, Mrs. Irene McKay of Jerseyville and Edward McKay of Alton, and Jersey Board Sets Up Salaries JERSEYVILLE — The Jersey County Board erf Supervisors at their meeting at the courthouse day morning and reported that [Monday fixed the Justice of the 2:90 p.m., Monday. No one WM home at fne time the tireiiifii atilved, and it was nptesaary to break in. The fire apparently originated hi a closet and spread to the attic. Fire and water damage to the house resulted. Reports Oood tHacKbtrry tfctdftg JERSEYVILLE -- Gus Ftew of the English Township locality was a Jerseyville visitor **f$3g* ** - New, of Art* District 3 In Southwestern /w- *ey County will consist of the townships uf Quarry, Rottdate, Jttftf Creek, Mississippi afld Elsah. Under the new tort Justices will have JuHralcttot) only in cases arising in their the cn>p of wild blackberries in that area are at the peak of ripeness. t Freer stated that he picked five gallons of excellent berries early Tuesday morning before it began to get hot in the woods. fequlrrel Hunter* Have Hair Shooting is a great-granddaughter of Mrs.j JERSEYVILLE Jerseyville Ida Beach of Jerseyville and Mrs. I squirrel hunters who went into Robert .Bonner of Staunton. Before her marriage, Mrs. McKay was Miss Connie Dawkins of Jerseyville. / The couple has another daughter, Debra Lynn, 17 months. Buys store Building JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. W. O. Donham has purchased the business property occupied by Donham's women's and children's apparel shop at 116 South State St. in Jerseyville, from Miss Louise Shephard and Mrs. Carl K. Thatcher, former owners. The Donham store has been housed in the location for thirty- five years. The late Mr. Donham first conducted a variety store in the premises and later Mrs. Donham continued in the same location with her apparel shop. The upper floor of the building is occupied by the Jerseyville News Bureau of the -Alton Evening Telegraph and the Justice of the .Peace offices of Arthur Thatcher, and an apartment occupies the rest of the upstairs. Announce Birth of Girl JERSEYVILLE— Mr. and Mrs. James McDonald of Hardin are] the parents of a girl bom July 30 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed seven pounds 8 ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Charles Boggiano of St. Louis and Charles McDonald of Hardin. Othe.r children are James 6, John 5, Mary 4, Elizabeth 3, Patricia 2, and Michael 1. Mrs. McDonald vas formerly Miss Katherine Bog- iano. I Corps Meets Aug. 10 JERSEYVILLE- The Woman's Relief Corps will meet Aug. 10 at he P. D. Cheney home on North Itate street. Guests will be present from East St. Louis and Cen-! tralia. A potluck lunch will be served at noon. Each member* is asked ning her own table service and I covered dish. Fire at Baun Home Monday JERSEYVILLE - The Jefsey- /ille Fire Department was called o extinguish a blaze at the W. C. Haun home on 202 Osage St., at 'the wooded areas Monday, the 'first day of the open season, reported a variety of luck. Very few returned empty, handed but none reported obtaining the limit. Home From St. Louts Hospital JERSEYVILLE—Mrs. Wesley Cope has returned to her home in Fieldon from Flrmln Desloge Hospital In St. Louis where she has been a patient for three weeks. Before entering the St. Louis hospital Mrs. Cope was a patient at the Jersey Community Hospital. About one-half of California's entire land area is publicly owned. Peace^Distrifts for the county as three ift number and set a salary of $2,400 a year to be paid presiding Justices with reasonable expense allowances. Previously a Justice and Constable Committee had been named by the County Board for the purpose of setting up districts and making recommendations regarding salaries to be paid. ' The committee met in session with the CoUitty Clerk, Tom Lock, and active Justices of the county. The special meeting adopted a recommendation to be made to the board of a salary of $3,000 per year and ex* pense allowance of $1.200, and set up the districts as accepted by the Board Monday. The Board rejected tfte salary recommendation and fixed it at $2,400. Justice District 1 will be composed of First and Fourth Jersey Precincts. English and Richwood Township*. Justice '-District 2 will consist of Second and Third Jersey •espective districts. Arrest .tick- is issued by the Illinois State Police will be directed to tlie :ouH in the district where flft offense is committed. It will He up to the officer to determine Jersey precincts, the center of Kiddies Always Frsa «•* .»•* Shewing Tonltt—lit Tim* TetjtHitr Start* Thin.* Dramatic Action And A Real Shocker! MARIA KARL SCHELL MAIDEN h»i t ilitBBI PMi-A Jl WHY CURTIS- SIDNEY RNTlM MUMMY' / " — i f w^^^ 1 uriftdiction as orm boundary state lines hifways of some Men ctftci Women In Armed force$ Arniy Sp.5. MARION T. 29. whose wBte, DmilliB« mother, Mn. MaW* Mtten, at 2415 U Suite Dr., ARM, recently arrivtrt on OMninvi. tftd* is mm a member pf fit* OJ. Army Engineer Group. Specialist Reed, • ddnotttMn» expert, was last stationed at fttf Belvoir, Va. ; he highway being the boundary. Named to Cemetery Board 80n Office JERSEYVILLE--Mrs. Gertie lost n thai has been appointed o serve as secretary-treasurer f the Fieldon Cemetery Board. !he fills the vacancy orrasloned iy the death of the late John lagen. Other members of the Joard are Lee Overmeyer and William i Seahausen. Oueatt at Wilkinson Rome JERSEYVILLE —STARTS— TONITI! ALASKA TODAY He worked for flte OtW MriMe-: Corp. in East Alton bttore entering the army in Octotor, 1082.' HU father, Theodore tttvd, lives at 1302 K. Moxle Ave., f •> kima, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Wilkinson *nd son, Terry, of Amarillo, Twaw, are spending a week here with Mrs. Wilkinson's father, Let Wilkinson and hi* aunt, Mm. Lottie Gardner. BEL*AIR OMUV ItM ttt RUN RAW! EXOITIN6! LAVISH! PLUS A RARE ADVENTURE HIT STARTS TONITE For Oni Wtik YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN STARLIGHT 0 k IWI IN . :IOUn 140, COUMi A« r • MTON, KUNOHi Box Office Opens at 7:00 FIRST RUN SHOWING Its story is by Edna Ferber and its people are fierce, tender and passionate like her people of 'Giant'. This is a land in the turmoil of creation, Alaska today, its lavish splendor, its raw moods, its stripped passions, its tremendous personal drama. Open Daily 6:80. Start 7 pan. Adults 5»c Kiddies »8o FAMILY NIGHTS TODAY AND THUKS. All Seat* «c. Matinee Every Wednesday. Let (he Uptown be Your Baby Sitter for • few bourn. TODAY and THURI, Five Convenient 'Locutions. Prompt. Accurate Service Prashett. Purest Stocks TCCHNrCOLOW* I'LL si •tX'ONO TWO rKKIC GRAND-SOON-Walt Dittwy'f " •T CRANO LAST TIME TODAY Tony Curtit, Dcbbit Reynolds, "Tho At 3:18 5:15 7:18 »:lfi STARTS THURSDAY MATINHS DAILY 12:41 THIS IS YOUTH: 2:35 5:BB 8:15 ««•» femes Darren Diane Eddy PLUS: TENSE DRAMA OF TODAY'S YOUTH OLE WITH •i DEAN JONES • JOAN OWEN THOMAS MITCHELL • JOHN SMITHi 1:0* 4tZ6 7:48 GRAND-SOON-Walt DlMt«y's "Pollvanna" STARTS TONITE! Box Office Opens; 6:10 . MSTRO-GOlPWN-tAAYER PRINCESS DOHS DAVID —- PLUS: THI110 LAUGH INVASION Sliowu at 7:l« 0*ANP~»OON-W«Jt Dltnty't " STARTS TONITE! OMN VICTOR r^iAiuRg

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