Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 11, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton, Illinois
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TUESDAY, JUKE 11, 1903 Candy Spots Might Not RunSaturda^ CHICAGO (AP) _ R ex E]]s worth's Candy Spots will remai in Chicago for the summer, bu still is not a definite starter fo ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN the $100,000 added Chicagoan a Washington Park Saturday. "The horse has to prove to me he's fresh and ready," said train er Meshach Tenney today. Candy Spots was beaten by 2V. lengths, by Chateaugay in Satur day's Belmont Stakes, third leg of the triple crown. He won the Preakness, but lost to Chateau gay in the Kentucky Derby. The defeats are the only ones to mar his record, which includes $330, 915 In winnings since he Santa Anita In mid-March. "He looks good, he's on left his feed, but he's got v to be a little tired after that Belmont and after riding about 16 hours in a van from New York to Chicago," said Tenney. "1 can't tell you whether he'll go in the Chicagoan right now. But I'll try to let you know Thursday. We're going to put him on the track for a gallop Wednesday morning and see how he acts. But if he's not fresh, he won't run. Coming into a mile and a furlong race after Belmont's 1% miles is a little rough. "But I haven't lost confidence in this horse and neither has Rex. All I know what happened at Belmont is that he ran second to Chateaugay. Illinoisans In Open Golf .Ittver and Outdoors with Harold Brand CHICAGO (AP)—Eight Illinois residents qualified Monday for the U.S. Open golf tournament June 20-22 in Brookline, Mass. Second-stage qualifying competition was held at the Medinah course, as well as in Cincinnati, Kansas City, Washington, Denver and Portland, Ore. Thirty candidates qualified for the Brookline tourney and 99 more will qualify today, closing the list for the 150- man lineup. Twenty-one places went to automatic qualifiers for recent achievements, including defending champion Jack Nicklaus. The Illinois qualifiers were topped by Paul Bondeson of Northbrook, who carded a. 67-71— 141. Bob Harris of Winnetka was second with 70-72—142. Other Illinois qualifiers and their scores: Bill Ogden, Glenview, 70-73—143 Bill Erfurth, Crete, 71-73—144 Dean Refram, Medinah, 70-76— 146 Ernie Ball, Oak Park/ 73-73— 146 Peak Boating Sunday Sunday was a peak day fo boating on Alton Lake which cau the waters to be unusuall rough and choppy. Many owners last boats commented that the iad to run slow to keep from :aking a pounding. Tony Allnnr of the Alton Motorboat dub sai :hat due to rough water it too lim an hour to go seven miles Normally his boat will do bette han 35 miles an hour. John Phlpps, East Alton, sai he never saw so many cruiser afloat at one time, the wake rom the cruisers made the water more turbulent. Two women in sailboat lost control of the era and it was pinned up against th 'mbankment of McAdams High vay by strong breezes. Phipp owed the sailboat and passenger lack to a harbor at Portage de otix. The Alton Water Ski Club pre onted a show at the Jay-Bee Re- ort, eight miles upstresm on tin Mississippi River, Sunday after oon before a large crowd. Re urning skippers said that a num er of Alton area boaters ran leir craft to the show. This writer counted 35 pleas re craft in sight in one area ff McAdams Highway Sunday af rnoon. Many motorists stoppec watch the boaters as well a? e skiers. Safe Boating Week Plans The Coast Guard Auxiliary has scheduled its annual Coronation Ball this coming Saturday at the Carpenter's Hall, Hampton Ave., St. Louis, announced George Glllo of Flotilla 13. Many of the St. Louis-Alton area Flotillas have selected queens one of which will be chosen Miss Safe Boating Week at the Ball. "Many events are planned for the special boating week June 30, to July 6," Gille, Divisional Training officer, said. "The Coast Guard Buoy tender, and cutter, Foxglove, and a commercial towboat will be open to the public on Saturday June 29 at the foot of Poplar Street in St. Louis. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Personnel aboard will explain features of the boats and answer questions." The boats will be displayed about three blocks south of where the excursion boat Admiral is docked.During Safe Boating Week, various Flotillas will conduct free Jourlesy Motorboat Examinations t many harbors and docks in the Jreater St. Louis-Alton area. The Jovernor of Missouri and the Mayor of St. Louis already have' proclaimed the Boating Week. President Kennedy made a safe Boating proclamation earlier this year. Annual Blessing The seventh annual Blessing of the Fleet is set for Sunday June 30, 3 p.m. at our Lady of the Rivers Shrine, on Alton Lake at Portage des Soux, Mo. A boat parade in three sections is set to begin at 1:30 p.m. and converge at the Shrine for the Blessing. Fleets will Leave Harbor Point Yacht Club, Palisades Yacht Club and Lake Village Yacht Club and all will rendezvous at about 2:30 p.m. in the Portage and Slim Islands area then go to the Shrine. Separate prizes will be awarded for the best decorated houseboat, cruiser and runabout. All boatowners are invited to par ticipate. Gille is parade chairman anc Frank Burknrth is Fleet Blessing chairman. Miss Safe Boating Week ind her maids of honor will lead he parade aboard a larger craft Lomelino Tops Alton Dragsters Stan Lomelino of Virden was he top eliminator at the Alton Dragway Sunday and carted off a prize of $50 for his efforts. Other winners included: Com- >etition eliminator — D. Brogdon f Jacksonville, 12.47; bike elim- lator — Bob Bullington of St. xnu's, 10.65; junior eliminator — ary Festemaker of St. Charles, /Io., 13.40; little eliminator — ary Webb of Belleville, 14.08; lock eliminator — Beyer Motor 'lymouth of St. Louis, 13.08; jun- or slock eliminator — Warren fleyers of Wood River, 13.70; power puff eliminator — Judy Blat- er of Litchfield, 15.25-95. Next Sunday the Dragway will jonsor a Gas Coupe and Sedan fleet with more' than $750 in tro- nies and cash prizes for the vic- ors. MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Toronto 4, Jacksonville 3 (11 in- ings) Atlanta 1, Syracuse 0 Richmond 8, Indianapolis 4 Columbus 5, Buffalo 3 Rochester 4, Arkansas 3 Pacific Coast Lcage Spokane 4, Seattle 1 Oklahoma City 7, San Diego 0 Other games postponed Junior Golf Play Slated This Month The Junior City Match Play Championship, sponsored by the Greater Alton Golfers' Association, will hold an 18-hole qualifying round for anyone between the ages of 12 and 18. Junior golfers may play their qualifying rounds Between June 12 and June 23. Qualifying scores should be turned in at the pro shop. Entry fees will be collected before first round match play begins. Flights will be based upon the number of entries and their qualifying scores. Championship. A and B flights are expected with 16 or 32 in each flight. All matches will consist of 18 holes except tlic final which is 30 holes. Consolation flights will be sot up for those who lose their opening matches. Trophies will be awarded to the winner and runnerup in each divsion including the winner of the consolation flight. GOLFING NOTES A three-way tie for low gross honors developed at the Greater Alton Women's Golf Association two-ball foursome Sunday, held at Rck Spring Golf Course. Tied for low gross medals were ,ee Wrest and Ann Kinsery, Jake Muehleman and Hannah Gillis, and Roger Johnson and Jean Jnderwood. Low putts ended in a two- way tie between Thurston Skei and Tobie Weinshienk, and Sid Arst and Lela Me- Lain. Other iiward winners included: OUTRAGES BALL OMAHA, Neb. —Jim Reed (11), Florida State University, is safe at first after laying down a bunt on third base line. The throw by Western Michigan's third baseman Danny Predovic got away from George Kountree (9). Florida State won the College world series second game, 5-2. (AP Wirephoto) Spahn Learns Every Time He Takes Hill Dee Steiger and Isadora Wein- shienk, Milt Hubertus and Ann Edwards, Everett Kingery and \ncelee Arst, Jim Dooley and Vliriarn Skei, Leroy Steiger and VTolly Hubertus, Charles McLain and Bernice McReynoids, Bernard Jriffin and Blanche Dooley, Vin- ;ent Zigrang and Alberta Muehle- nan, Bill Winter and Marian Grifin, and Nelson McReynoids and Itella Darr. 10-Day Sports Show NEW YORK w — The National Sports, Vacation and Travel Show has been so popular that the sixth annual event will run 10 days beginning Feb. 22 in the New r ork Coliseum. By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-The more time you spend with Warren Spahn the more he ceases to impress you as a superlative pitcher. Instead he strikes you as a particularly gracious man. And like most gracious men, the brilliant left-handed pitcher of the Milwaukee Braves doesn't realize his own greatness. "A pitcher has to keep learning," said the man who has won more games than Lefty Grove, Carl Hubbell, Herb Pennock, Rube Waddell, Eddie Plank or any other southpaw who ever challenged a' hitter. "They say I'm a polished pitcher. To an extent, they're right and I appreciate the compliment, but I'm still learning. "I'll keep right on doing,it as long as I'm in baseball. When I stop learning, I'll be through." Spahn's incredible hunger for pitching knowledge goes a long way to explaining why, at an age, 42, when most athletes are sitting home by the fireplace reading their fading clippings, he stands at the top of his profession. With more years behind you than you might care to remember. With the smoke on your fast ball admittedly thinned to a slight haze, what concessions do you make to the hitters today, Spahn was asked. "You don't make concessions," replied the man who numbers 2 no-hitter, 56 shutouts, a dozen 20- victory seasons and nearly 340 major league triumphs among his amazing achievements. "If you concede one little thing, pretty soon you find yourself conceding another, then another, and before you know it, you have become run of the mill. "I know this If Spahn doesn't win there are three left-handers on the club ready to take my job." Hospital Notes Alton Memorial MEDICAL James Goodrich. 821 Alby I John Riddick. 518 E. Sixth I Mrs. Evelyn Hill, E. Alton Mrs. Judith Carter, Wood River Larry Wickenhauser, 39 Jerome Charles Katelinek. 900 Badley Mrs. Joann Wolff. E. Alton Clarence Slaten, 2431 Randolph Mrs. Mary Crusiciel, 3601 Bom- bert Robert Stewart. 2769 Sanford SURGICAL Mrs. Ruth McMillam, Wood Rivet- Grace Nohava, E. Alton Miss Linda Herreid, • 3244 Hawthorne MI-S. Emilie Monica], 13 Hebner Floyd Huffstutler, 904 Wallace Mrs. Nellie Mackelden, 2202 Holland Mi's. L. Leta Evans, Bethalto Mrs. Mae Barton, Alton DISMISSALS Ben Moore, 726 Euclid Steven Platter, Wood River Marilyn Smith, Wood River Mrs. Shirlene Kellman, South Roxana Mrs. Sally Williams, Wood River Mrs. Sharon Hofmann, Godfrey Mrs. Emma Nolan, Godfrey Mrs. Delores Rider. Bethalto Wilbur Rothe, Brighton Wilbert Hendrix. Godfrey Roylene Cole, Roxana Mrs. Betty Noble, Godfrey Jersey Community "Howd it go?" u Not .a Jay Taking Lumps After Smooth Ride Mrs. John Chandler, Jerseyville Mrs. Jacob Bailey, Kampsville Mrs. Ronald Medford, Jerseyville Mrs. Vernon Martin, Jerseyville Mary Ann Kinder, Golden Eagle Zeke DeVine, Eldred Miss Catherine Schleeper, Hardin Gary 'Kronable, Meppen SURGICAL Randy Blasa, Dow Michael Blasa, Dow DISMISSALS Henry Sanders, Mozier George Gerbig, Brighton Mrs. James Williams, Jerseyville Mrs. Charles Mashburn, Jerseyville Mrs. Roy Goeway, Jerseyville Mrs. Frances Tweedy, Jerseyville Don Carpenter, Hardin James Ward, Alron Tuesday Evening TV Digest (R) Denotes REPEAT Program KTV1 (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBO) 5, KPLB 11 6:00—2 4 5 News Hope Emerson 11 Three Stooges (R) 6:10—4 5 Weather 6:15—2 City Camera & Weather 4 News: CronHte 5 Huntley-Brinkley 11 Rocky & his Friends 6:30—2 Combat (R) 4 Marshal Dillon (R) 5 La ramie (R) U People Are Funny 7:00-4 Lloyd Bridges (R) 11 Best of Groucho (R) 7:30—2 Hawaiian Eye 4 Red Skelton (R) 5 Empire (R) 9 P.S. 4 11 Conte Presents (R) 8:00—9 What's New? 8:30—2 Untouchables (R) 4 Jack Benny 5 Dick Powell (R) 9 Am. Conservative 11 Speed Spectacular 9:00—4 Garry Moore 11 Movip — "Belle L e Grand" (19ol) John Carroll, 9:.30—2 Sppcial; "Salem Witch Hunt" 5 Huntley Reports 9 Playright at Work | to: 00—2 4 5 News ! 9 Face of Sweden 10:10—2 4 5 Weather 10:15—2 Steve Allen 4 Eye on St. Louts 5 Johnny Carson 10:30—4 Movie — "Typhoon" (1940) Dorothy Lamour, Robert Preston 10:50—1] Movie— "Scandal, Inc." (1957) Robert Hut ton, Pat Wright 11:45—2 Peter Gunn (R) 11:50—4 Movie — "Keep Your Powder Dry" (19-15) Lana Turner. Laraine Day 1^:00—5 Tonight in St. Louis 12:15—2 News & Sports 12:30—5 11 News 12:35—5 Almanac 12:40-5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion 1:33—4 News & Religion Wednesday Daytime June 12 speck of trouble!" NEW YORK (AP)—It took Joey Jay, the majors' first Little League graduate, nine years to establish a reputation as one of baseball's top pitchers. It has taken him less than nine weeks to learn it is much more difficult to maintain a reputation than to make one. The big right-hander, ace of the Cincinnati Reds' pitching staff the last two years, has learned the hard way. A 21-game winner in each of the 1961 and '62 seasons, Jay is going through what is perhaps his most frustrating season since he came up to the majors with Milwaukee in 1953. With the season one third over, Jay has won only three games. He has lost nine. In four of his defeats, the Reds have been shut out. "I know v I have been pitching much better than my record would indicate, but constant losing affects your attitude as far as pitching is concerned. You become overly cautious. You're not relaxed." It's been hinted in certain quarters that Jay, after reaching the 20-victory summit two years in succession, has become complacent. "That's ridiculous," he snapped. "I'm as vain and as ambitious as (he next. Once you've set a precedent of winning 20, you want to keep on winning 20." St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Jennie M. Dixon, 2203 Ridge Miss Cynthia Jett, 433 Bluff Mrs. Caoline Schwegel, 709 Henry Paul S. Schneider, 3713 Horn Mrs. Delores Canter, 1114 Danforth Mrs. Mary L. Johnson, 915 Rock Mrs. Pauline Bivens, Bethalto Frank Schneider, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mrs. Ora Fitzhugh, Hartford Mrs. Jane Shields, Medora Mrs. Janice R. Harnetiaux, 1833 Park Ave. Paul R. McCormick, 2019 Chapin Wood River Township Monday night he allowed the New York Mets only six hits. Tracy Stallard his mound opponent, gave up seven but beat Jay and the Reds 3-2. It was Stallard's first victory since Sept. 3, 1961. Frustrating? "Well, I wouldn't go that far," said the 27-year-old Jay, who stands 6-4 and weighs 225 pounds. "But it's somewhat discouraging. Your car has to be ready—ready to run when it's fun, ready to perk when it's work. What better way to make sure of this than to put your trust in Filtered AMERICAN,, Brand Gasolines? 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Bettis, a native Chicagoan, was tho Packers' No. 1 choice in the 1955 NFL player draft after he had been captain and voted most valuable player at Purdue for two seasons, 1952-1953. BOWLING BOWL INN Western Mixed League Ladies: Bauer 192, Smith 189, Hankins' 183, Oglesby 179, Pierce 176, Stanich 171. Men: Hward 224, Schreiber 215, Newman 213. BOWL HAVEN Monday Mixed Women — Murray 189, Bivens 166, McGinnis 196. Men —Brant 200-205 '(577), Donahue 192-186203 (581), Posgate 208, 202 (582), Sparks 220 (551), Williams 201. Three Man Scratch Tittle 236, 246, 202, 225 (909); Stade 225, 226, 255 (886); Ostermann 266, 200, 205 (849); Steiger 256, 223 (828); Taylor 222, 223, 225 (824); Tuttle 236, Bowen 233, 204, Crepps 236, Butler 236. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BOSTON — Larry Carney, 159, Lowell, Mass., outpointed Gaylord Barnes, 160, Trenton, N.J., 10. Mike Pusateri, 69, Dedham, Mass., knocked out Julius Owens, 162, NPW York, '3. RENO. Nov.—Willie Kee, 120, Reno, knocked out Tima Amador, 119, Tijuana, Mexico, 8. Dave Patterson, 137, Las Vegas, stopped Gabriel Branbilla, 132, Guadalajara, Mexico, 4. MEDICAL Arnold L. Barton, Hartford Miss Karen C. Willis, 409 Tipton Mrs. Jewell Boomershine, 2801 North, Alton Mrs. Susie E. Doerr, 325 E. Airline, East Alton William E. Bridges, Bethalto Robert E. Kay, Rte. 1, Alton Walter P. Mapes, 123 W. 4th, Roxana Charles David Moore, Bethalto Orvil R. Oglesby, 109 Wood River, East Alton SURGICAL Brenda Sue Bernt, Bethalto Lita Marlene Wilson, 2 N. Main Larry James Zumwalt, 5 N. Lincoln, Cottage Hills Mrs. Cora F. Jennings, Panama Mrs. E. Louise Swann, 111 Eckhard Mrs. Janice K. Sanchez, 143 3rd Roxana DISMISSALS Bill Ray Beeny, Wright City, Mo. Arnold L. Barton, 104 E. Elm, Hartford Cletis Mondy, 3203 Edgewood, Alton Mrs. Dora M. Harbke, 220 S. Central, Roxana Paul J. Waters, 329 Goufding, East Alton. Frank D. Price, 1349 4th, Cottage Hills Mrs. Nellie Jones, 500 N. 5th Mrs. Mary I. Borror, 1279 W. 9th Alton Maharis May Not Be Able to Return to TV By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP)—George Ma- haris quit the cast of "Route 66" more than six months ago, claiming his health wasn't up to the job. Now he is in the strange position of a healthy young man, much in demand, who wants to resume his career, but can't. Maharis claims he was notified by CBS that he was a free agent last month as far as his commitments to "Route 66" were concerned because the packagers of the show had found in Glenn Corbett a "suitable replacement". The dark-haired, intense young actor, who has become a popular singing star with hit records, was talking happily last week about making his singing debut next Sunday on the Ed Sullivan Show, a date which has been made and broken three times in the past three years. Apparently, Sullivan wasn't so certain—he never announced Ma- haris' forthcoming appearance. Now, it has been postponed — again. The packagers of "Route 66" have, according to Maharis' representatives, served him and CBS with legal papers and seek to enjoin him from working for anybody else. Maharis and Lancer productions, the packager, have been at odds for the better part of a year First Maharis quit the show suffering from hepatitis. Then he returned, claimed he was required to work too many hours during a convalescent period, and quit again. Now, he says, he feels fit. He recently cut a new record, and has been rehearsing "The American Way," a drama for a future television series produced by David Susskind, looking over movie scripts and talking—to CBS among others—about a future television series. "I don't even think about 'Route 66,' " he declared—last week. Meanwhile, the injunction is scheduled for court argument June 20, so the earliest Maharis can get on Ed Sullivan's sho'.v will be autumn. 5:45—4 Give Us This Day 5:50—1 News: Tom Brooks 6:00—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Morning Scene 5 Today: Hugh Downs 7:30—2 Mahalia Jackson 4 News: Carmichael 7:35—2 Farm Report 7:40—2 News Break } World of Mr. Zoom 7:45—2 Camera Two 8:00—2 Community Album 4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:15—2 Tree House Time 9:00—4 Calendar 5 Say When 9:15—2 King & Odie 9:25—5 NBC News: Newman 9:30—2 Romper Room 4 I Love Lucy (R) 5 Play Your Hunch 10:00-^ The McCoys (R) 5 Price is Right 10:30—2 Girl Talk 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration BOWLERS BOWLERS BOWLERS FAMILY NITE LEAGUE Starts Friday, June 14 at 7 P.M. Parents and Children (9'to 18) Coll Joe Jr. or Jock Kelly for information, HO 2-5225 Open Play 35c Anytime ACME 32 LANES Air Conditioned Mrs. Alice L. Richardson, 144 Haven, Cottage Hills Walter L. Blind, Moro St. Joseph's MEDICAL Charles Hilferding, 616 Leonard Alvin McCarty, Quincy Miss Georgann Lautner, Ed- warclsvillo Mrs. Maggie Dennis, 1913 Alby Miss Elizabeth Rathgeb, Essex, Junction, Vt. George Wreath, Rte. 1 Gary Campbell, Edwardsville Recommended tonight: Garry Moore Show, CBS, 9-10 (CDT) — repeat of one of the seasons best shows in the season. Churchill to Be Kentucky Colonel LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)—Somebody neglected to pick a native state for Sir Winston Churchill when he became America's first and only honorary citizen last April. The oversight was corrected Monday when the British statesman was commissioned a Ken- Commodore Johnson, 1717 Oakwood Road James Hendricks, New York City SURGICAL Mrs. Adela Fortin, 320 Dorris Mrs. Jacqueline Atkinson, 192 Maywood Timothy Hesh, 604 Marsh Miss Joannie Hefley, Dow Miss Lynn Lohagen, Wood River M r s. Bernadine C. Huebener, ! Brighton I Jerome Vollmer, 819 McPherson (Jeffrey Timmermier, 322 McCas- j land, East Alton I Mrs. Phyllis Joehl, 1601 Nolle i Place tucky colonel by Gov. Bert Combs. To make sure Churchill knows what his state produces, he also is getting a special five-gallon barrel of Kentucky bourbon. The commission and the keg will be presented to Churchill on July 4 —Independence Day. Mrs. Constance Owens, 11'07 Florence ' Mrs. Louise Obormiller, 20-11 Grand, East Alton Miss Brenda Woody. Jerseyville George Class. -1017 Alby Miss Susan Greer, 905 McPherson Henry Kramer, Brighton Miss Gertrude Dodd, Alhambra DISMISSALS William Bunt, Shipman Mrs. Minnie Burkliurdt, Edwards- villc Mi's. Bernice Hills Mrs. Charlotte Groshans, 2-16 Virdon William Henry, Glen Carbon Anthony Horn, 836 Pearl John Hughes, Grafton Miss Loleatha Johnson, 3112 Belle RUion Lamm, Bethalto Mrs. Elsie Lewis, 514 State Mrs. Rose Lindley, 408a W. 4th Mrs. Opal Morris, 12607 Main 10:55—2 News: Jim Brady 11:00—2 General Hospital 4 Love of Life 5 1st Impression 11:25—4 News: Reasoner 11:30—2 Seven Keys 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequences 11:45-4 Guiding Light 11:55-5 NBC News: Scherer Noon—2 Ernie Ford 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke 11 Yesterday's Newsreels 12:05—4 My Little Margie (R) 5 Charlotte Peters 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Father Knows Best (R) 4 As World Turns 11 Jack LaLanne 1:00—2 Divorce Court 4 Password 5 Ben Jerrod 11 Movie — See Tues., 10:50 p.m., Ch. 11 1:25-5 News: Kalber 1:30—4 House Party 5 The Doctors 2:00—2 Day in Court 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15—11 Movie — See Tues., 9 p.m., Ch. 11 2:25—2 News: Dreier 4 News: Edwards 2:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 Millionaire (R) 5 You Don't Say 3:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 Secret Storm 5 Match Game 3:25—5 News: Vanocur 3:30—2 Who Do You Trust? 4 Edge of Night 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 4:00—2 American Bandstand 4 SS Popeye 5 Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Movie — "The Battling Bellhop" (1937) Humphrey Bogart, Bette Davis 4:55—2 American Newsstand 5:00—2 Superman (R) 5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:30—2 Highway Patrol (R) 5 Sea Hunt (R) 11 Deputy Dawg 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael MILAN — Italy is shipping plastic raw material to Africa. SPORTSMAN'S DIGEST^! WADERS' TIPS Gregory, Cottage MAV BIND AND CHAT* KNEES IN CLIMBING—EVEN IP lOOSE AND STRETCHY. THIS IRRITATION IS TOLERATED IN COLD WEATHER WHEN HEAW WOOLEN TROUSERS AND LONJ DRAWERS ARE WORN. BUT IN WARM WEATHER, ELIMINATE TROUSERS ANP WEAR JUST SNUQ-FITTING, LONG DRAWERS OF COTTON UNDER WADERS FOR REAL COMPORT—THEVRE NOT BULKY, ANP WADERS BIND LESS. AND, THIS COMBINATION 18 COOL, ;f= HIP- OR CHEST-HIGH WADHRS BECOME TOO WARM, STAND IN PEEP WATER A FEW MINUTES. ADJUST TOP ANP SUSPBNPER8 TO CIRCULATE AIR.

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