Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-THREE Wednesday Evening TV Digest «:00-2 4 5 News ll Three Stooges 6:16—4 5 Weather #15—2 City Camera & Weather 4 News: Cronklte 5 Huntley-BHnkley 11 Rocky & His Friend* 6:25—2 Fishermen's Report 6:30-2 Wagon Train (R) 4 Special — The President A the Wall 5 Virginian (R) 11 People Are Funny 7:00—11 Best of Groucho (R) 7:30-2 Going My Way (R) 4 Dobie Gillie (R) 9 P.S. 4 11 Wrestling 8:00-4 Beverly Hillbillies (R) 5 Mystery Theater 9 What's New? 8:30—2 Our Man Higgins (R) 4 Dick Van Dyke (R) 9 You Are There 9iOO—2 Naked City (R) 4 Reckoning (R) 5 Eleventh Hour (R) 9 Writers of Today 11 Movie — "Exile" (1948) Maria Montez, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. 9:30-9 St. Louis: The Steamboat Years 10:00-2 4 5 News 10'10-2 4 5 Weather 10:15—2 Special — Presidential Mission 4 Eye on St. Lotils 5 Special — Pres. Kennedy in Germany 10:30—4 Movie — "The Gangster" (1947) Barry Sullivan, Belita 5 Johnny Carson 10:45-2 Steve Allen 10:50-11 Movie - "Country Husband" (1956) Barbara Hale, Frank Love joy 11:45—2 Dragnet (R) 12-00—5 Tonight in St. Louis 12:05—4 Movie — "Naughty Marietta"' (1934) Jeanette MacDonald, Nelson Eddy 12:15—2 News & Sports 12:30-5 11 News 12:35—5 Almanac 12:40-5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion 2:00—4 News & Religion Thursday Daytime, June 27 (R) Denotea REPEAT Program KTVI (ABC) Z, KMOX (CBS) 4, USD (NBC) 5, KPLR 11 8:41^—4 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 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 4 World of Mr. Zoom 7:45—2 KETC Spotlight 8:00—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—4 The McCoys (R) 5 Price Is Right 10:30—2 Girl Talk 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 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 Modem 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 PARTS for ALL MAKES OF ELECTRIC SHAVERS TAYLOR JEWELERS 59 EAST FERGUSON Downtown Wood River 11 Movie — See Wed., 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 Wed., p.m., Ch. 11 2:25—2 News: Dreler 4 News: Edwards 2:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 Millionaire (R) 5 You Doh't: Say 3:00—2 Queen For A Day 4 5 3:25-5 3:30-2 4 5 (R) 4:00—2 4 5 Secret Storm Match GameNews: Vanocur Who Do You Trust? Edge of Night Make Room for Daddy American Bandstand S. S. Popeye Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Movie — "So Evil My Love" (1948) Ann Todd, Ray Millahd 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 Yogi Bear New Summer Variety Show Makes Debut By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP)—"The Keefe Brasselle Show," bowing in Tues- lay night as Garry Moore's summer replacement on CBS, is a pleasant, tuneful and well-inten- ioned hour of variety. The opening show—a last-min- ite substitute for the program or- ginally announced — boasted a number of guest stars in unlikely combinations. There was Zsa Zsa abor, playing the comedy femme atale role she has developed so adroitly, Fred ("Car 54") Wynne, making his sad faces, and marvelous Barbra Streisand, ivho can suffer or clown in song »vith equal facility. Bresselle is a good looking fel- ow who can sing a little and dance a little, but is a little awkward in the comedy department. ie has surrounded himself with program "family" including comedienne Ann B. Davis, Rocky raziano (who just had to be a Detter prizefighter than he is a comic) and a shapely blonde dancer named Noelle Adam, who didn't dance much but strolled around the stage a lot in tights. The musical and dancing por- ions of the show were pretty ;ood, almost winter-television quality. But the show obviously was in need of some decent comedy material, or theme or .something to tie it together. A half hour earlier, CBS dropped "Picture This" into Jack Benny's usual time period. This s still another game show, obviously inspired in its physical setup by "Password." The gimmick lowever, involves having the contestant picked from the audience draw a picture from a description by his celebrity teammate and try to guess what he's drawing. The game came off unsatisfac- :orily, an understatement. Host Jerry Van Dyke and celebrity quests Orson Bean and Grelchen Wyler tried hard and futiley to generate some interest and excitement. It was a crushing bore. CANADIAN CAMPSITES SASKATOON, Sask. iff) — The Saskatchewan T r a v e Bureau has published a bookie giving locations of campsites in the province and listing facili ties such as kitchens, fire places, water and playgrount equipment; available at each site. Get the wax • out of your ears with KERIO»DroDsl THIUFTV D HUG TELEGRAPH RECEIVES AWARD chapter of the Red Cross. In the center is Francis L. Gresham, chapter vice-chairman. The award was presented to the Telegraph and other news media for their cooperation in helping to make fund drives a success. Henry McAdams, business manager of the Alton Telegraph, left, receives a special centenary citation from the American National Red Cross for "distinguished service to humanity." Presenting the award, at the right, is H. W. Davitz, chairman of the Alton - Wood River Telegraph Makes One of Two 'Founders' Gifts' to Museum Recommended tonight: "The Imake Man," NBC, 8-9 (CDT) —Macdonald Carey and Melvyn Douglas in a suspense tale; "Reckoning," CBS, 9-10 — beginning a series of re-runs from other seasons, starting with "Tahiti," with Franchot Tone and Kim Hunter. Cohen to Present His Tax Findings EDWARDSVILLE — Southern Illinois University Professor Leo Cohen, who completed a study of fiscal capacity and tax effort of Madison-St. Clair counties, was invited to present a paper at the annual conference of the national lax association in Milwaukee. The paper, "A suggested framework to alleviate the state and local fiscal dilemma" will be presented at the conference sche- duod for Nov. 11-15. EDWARDSVILLE—Two founder's gifts from Alton for the new Madison County Historical Museum were announced Tuesday when fund drive officials reported a total of $17,410.60 raised thus far. Mrs. Maitland Timmermiere, Alton, member of the executive board of the museum committee, reported the gifts from the Alton Evening Telegraph and from an anonymous individual in Alton. Two Alton contributions join six other such gifts of $1,000 or up from Edwardsville and Highland for the museum's bronze "founders' plaque" which will be placed at the entrance to the museum. Mrs. Stephen R. Stimson Jr. of Edwardsville, co-chairman, with Irving Dilliard of Collinsville, | ers and school organizations in THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY! $234 WITH TRADE REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER Refrigerator section never needs defrosting 12.3 cu. ft. of refrigerated space Convenient Adjustable shelf Full-width vegetable critper This model •Iso available with automatic ice cube maker 106 Lb. family-size "zero- degree" freezer Built-in butter keeper and egg racks Plenty of room for half-gallon milk cartons Modern, built-in styling Model JCKT-13D County Seat Concert Program EDWARDSVILLE — Program for the second concert for the summer season of Edwardsville Municipal Band, to be presented at: 8 p.m. Thursday in City Park, will be: Theme, "Muny Band Presents," followed by introductory remarks by Jim Boyle; "Bravura" march; "Takes Two to Tango"; "Fountain of Youth" overture; "Slidin 1 Easy", a trombone novelty; "Al- lerseelen"; "Boston Command- ery" march; intermission; "The Voice of the Guns" march; excerpts from "Brigadoon"; "The Anniversary Waltz"; "Ballet Parisien"; "Gypsy Love Song"; "Chattanooga Choo Choo"; "Old Comrades" march. The concession stand will be operated by Edwardsville High School Tiger year-book staff. Next week's concert will be presented Saturday evening, July 6, because of the July 4 holiday. Edwardsville C. of C. Drive To Continue EDWARDSVILLE — Edwardsville Chamber of Commerce campaign for new members, earlier scheduled for one day, will be continued for approximately three weeks, it was announced today. The plan to continue the drive lo enlist new members was outlined at a meeting late Tuesday hy the president, William E. Mindrup. The chamber president met with campaign workers Dean Fletcher, Carl Brueggeman and D. Dean Bridwell. "We feel that workers neoc more time to complete calls during summer vacation time," the committee reported. "We expec to finish in two or three weeks find will present a wheelbarrow parade down Main street and a barbecue for our workers,' Pletcher said. A "dogpatch" theme is used by the chamber in the membership drive. of the museum committee, said that the Telegraph's founder's gift is another evidence of the newspaper's long and continuing interest in history and education in Madison County. She pointed out hat the new museum was built n 1836, the same year in which :he Telegraph, oldest continuing newspaper in the county, was established. Role in History "Increasingly, Madison County s being looked upon nationwide as an important center of United States History," commented Paul S. Cousley, editor of the Tele- ;raph. "The first shot of the Civil War was fired in Alton during 1837 when the Rev. Elijah P. Lovejoy suffered martyrdom for mankind's freedom and focused all America's attention on slavery's true ruthlessness and law-defying nature. A sweep of slavery back across the county through the free states may well have been stemmed on the bank of the Mississippi that night. "A dependable repository of the county's history is doubly important from this national standpoint As a newspaper which since 1836 has been recounting that history while it happened, we feel deeply a responsibility for contributing toward the first breath of life for that repository." Robert Morrow, chairman of the Iton committee for the museum, eported Alton contributions thus ar at $3,158. This amount includes 492 from Alton District 11 schools n a campaign conducted on be- alf of the students among teach- :he district by Donald F. Lewis of Bethalto, history teacher at Alon High School. A large contrib utor to the teachers' drive was the Alton Education Association vhich gave $100, Lewis said. Also announced was a contribution o 350 from the First: National Bank and employes. Alton Campaign Mrs. Timmermiere said t h EASIEST BANK TERMS! MARTIN FOSTERBURG blocks North, ¥1 block East of main intersection) DIAL 259-1011 Al Barnerd Speaks At Kiwanis Meeting Alton Kiwunians, meeting a Mineral Springs Hotel, Tuesda night, heard a talk by forme lieutenant-governor of district No 14, Al Barnerd. His talk dealt with reasons fo being and staying a Kiwanian and gave those present some in formative thoughts. He was in troduced by chairman of the day Chuck Neudeiker. Alton Ski-Pals to Present Show for Legion Convention tion will feature booths, rides nd concessions. The Alton Ski-Pals will prosrnt two-hour show Sunday afternoon t the Grafton Legion Post's Dis-' A danc f wil1 he held Saturday , , „_, _ ' ' night, and following the water ski net 20th Convention. shf)W on Sunday The show, which is free to the Ski-Pals will present a program ublic, will begin after f h e on the 15-acrp Lake at Scott Air arade. slated to set tindpr way at Force Base, July 4. :30 p.m. i The skiing group will be the The Legion's boat docks will be | guest of Col. Anderson, base commander. The show will he for base personnel only. pen and boats may be docked iere by the public. The conven- Edwardsville Boy Reacts Violently to Bee Sting Alton campaign for funds will in elude business and industry, in dividuals, clubs and labor union! According to Morrow, the Altor :otal includes gifts of $100 each from many individuals and gift from organizations would includ $100 from the Alton Historical So ciety. Elsewhere in the county, Mrs. Edwin Lowenstein, Highland, chairman, reported gifts of $1,500; Mrs. Vernice Wortman reported a start in Granite City of $800, which includes $550 from businesses and $250 from clubs, with gifts of $250 from the Tri-City Grocery Co. and $200 from the Quad-City Publishing Co.; Mrs. John Lee of Venice reported a total of $511 from business and organizations, representing 90 per cent of al! clubs in Venice; Mrs. Harold Landolt, Alhambra chairman, reported a total of $220; Mayor George H. Pence Of Marine reported donations of $292; Mrs. Roland Yack, Ft. Russell area chairman, reported $235; and Mrs. Richard Duhrkop of Roxana reported $107.50. Edwardsville contributions thus ir are $10,747.10, according to campaign officials. An eight-year-old Edwardsvillp loy had a violent reaction to a ioneybee sting Tuesday afternoon. Gregory Umbough. son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Umbough, 932 Schwartz Road suffered swollen yelids and lips, a severe case of lives, partial loss of hearing and iwollen foot from the single sting >n the left foot. Mrs. Umbough said the boy has jeen stung a few times previous y and each time the reaction ;ets worse. The youngster was treated at Alton Memorial Hospital and al- owed to return home. Carlinville Divorce Cases CARLINVILLE — A divorce suit was filed and a divorce decree granted in Macoupin County Circuit Court Tuesday. Judge Samuel 0. Smith granted a divorce to Nancy L. Bickel of Staunton from Barry N. Bickel on grounds of desertion. Martha Klobnak of Gillespie is seeking a divorce from Mike Klobnak on charges of cruelty. Licensed to Wed CARLINVILLE — A marriage license was issued in he office of Macoupin County Clerk Edward Young to Jerry Lee Marburger, 20, of Rte. 2 Litchfield and Lynne Diane Folkerts, 20, of Mount Olive. Kerner Gets CalhounSpan Survey Bill SPRINGFIELD (Special) - The Illinois Senate has passed and sent to Gov. Otto Kernor a bill to appropriate $45,000 for a survey to study the feasibility of constructing a bridge across the| Mississippi river in Southern Calhoun County. The $10 million bridge would built at some point between Mton and Louisiana, Mo., in the k>lden Eagle area. Senator Miss Lilian E. Schlagenhauf, a Repub- ican of Quincy, handled the bill n the Senate. Vote on the bill .vas 49 to '1. Miss Schlagenhauf said there is no bridge now between Alton and lOuisiana, a distance of 70 miles. The survey, she said, would be of an engineering nature. She added that a survey made in the 950's estimated the cost of con- tructionat $5 million and concluded that traaffic at that time did not warrant spending the amount. The bridge would be financed )y both Missouri and Illinois, she said. Leland Kennedy Leaves Hospital At Springfield SPRINGFIELD (Special)—State ep. Leland Kennedy of Alton, stricken in the House last week, ivas discharged from St. John's -lospital Tuesday night but was cautioned by his doctor to "take t slow until he gets his sea-legs back." Kennedy went to the hospital li-st week suffering from stomach jains. He was given a checkup by doctors. He was undecided whether he would resume his seat n the House today or tonight, or rest until Thursday. Calhoun-Pike River Road in Highway Bids LONDON — Wives of jailers at Britain's national prisons have presented a petition asking foi better protection for their husbands from prisoner assaults. STARLIGHT D h I •>.' I • IN r< THEATRE '*' :KHm 140, COUMt AVE. • AITON. UINOW 5 j Your Fav- I orite Family Drive In Box Office Opens at 7 HELD OVER thru TUE. TRUE.. .TURBULENT... TREMENDOUS! .METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER, PRESENTS THE NEW MUTINY ON THE BOUNTY FILMED IN ULTRA PANAVIS10N 701- JECHNICOLOB* • AN ARCOLA PICTURE Color Curtoon—Free Playground—Children Admitted Free TONITE Thru TUES. CAPRI OlD ST.LOUIS RO. Cl.4-2114 Open 7:00 .Starts Dutik "It could be the most terrifying motion picture <* I have ever madel" •', ALFRED HITCHCOCKS TlieBirds TECHNICOLOR Rod Taylor • Jessica Tandy • Suzanne Pljshette 'TIPPI 1 HEDREN PLUS An excursion info chilling f error... that takes you info a twisted mind! A I'lvveisi 1 Re ease TONI'fE Thru TUK8. BEL+AIR HWV 66 & I II TR 6 9636 HARRY SAITZUAN- ALBERT R. BROCCOLI — Bob HOP6 Anita Open 7 :00 Starts Dusk -I'LUS!- FKANK SINATRA lUajichuriun Candidate at... MID-TOWN DINING ROOM OPEN SUNDAY at NOON 7th £ Central Alton, III. A project (or concrete resurfacing of 8.1 miles of the Great River Road in Pike and Calhoun counties, between Pleasant Hill and Belleview, was part of construction projects valued at $29 million listed today for bids, to be received July 12 in Springfield. According to Francis S. Lorenz, director of the Department of Public Works and Buildings, ap- iroximately $11 million in Inter- tate highway construction is in- iluded in the listing. Other projects include repairs o an existing culvert on Rte. 155, .5 miles north of intersection with 11. 108 at Eldred. ROXANA, ILL. THURS.—FKL—SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking- Problems Ph. CL 4-661S or CL 4-7271 THURS.-FRI.-SAT.-SUN. Ef rem Zimbalist Jr., Shelley Winters, Jane Fonda "THE CHAPMAN REPORT" Color — Adults — 8:44 Anthony Qulnn, Jackie Gleason, Julie Harris "REQUIEM FOR A HEAVYWEIGHT" 7:12 Selected Shorts •^ Dairy Queen SPECIAL SHAKE-A-FLOAT OR BOSTON MALT Regular 40c 4&9 W Thur. & Fri. 30 Flavors from Which To Choose 1808 Washington Upper Alton 3 LOCATIONS 115 St. Louis East Alton 1.11 Wood River Wood River Banks Worry ALGIERS — Banking circles in Algeria are concerned at government competition on loans. rusher Slows Down SAIGON — The new Viet Na- nese sugar cane crusher is idle or lack of raw sugar. Tues., Wed., Thurs. Are Family Nights. All Seats 25c KIDDIES' MATINEE Continuous from 1 p.m. Every Wednesday TODAY AND THURS. Wed. 2:33, 6:30, 9:13 Thursday 8:43 PLUS Out of This World Comedy "THREE STOOGES IN ORBIT" Thursday 7:10 Wed. 1:00, 4:20, 7:40 Comfortably COOL WIIDEY Hurry! TONITE & THURS. WaitDjsnqfl §» TECHNICOLOR* , EXTRA "YELLOWSTONE CUBS" Starts Friday Elvis Presley "IT HAPPENED AT WORLD'S FAIR" Hurry! TONITE LAST | "WVENTUK Of TIMES! Marlon Brando "The Ugly American' _L OPEN 6:45 SHOWN 7:00 9:10 STARTS THURSDAY! OPEN 6:45 — FEATURE AT 7:10-9:10 Bob HOP6/ Anita BlE ADAMS FOR ONE BIS FUN-FILLEDJWEEK! Hope bags v f that ! / most J\ elusive JFi of all species.,, an Ekberg*! COLOR ^^^.^ ^n ^K^ i "Bob Hope is the funniest, comedian ,1 ever ate'" Bare bird .42-26-36 extremely warm-blooded animal natural habitat with men ^. runs wild ~ UOHBTJEFFRIES ^RNOLD'PAl'MER Watch for These Big Ones Coming Soon: July 4th: Walt Disney's "SAVAGE SAM" July 13th: "THE LONGEST DAV" Soon: Huyluy Mills in Disney's "SUMMEK MAGIC' Keinembttr: Every Tuesday "Kiddie Summer Fun Show"

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