Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 30
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 30

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 11, 1963
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAM Thursday Evening TV Digest lift-l 4 * 11 6:1M 5 Mews Stooges (R) Weather aty Camefft A \7«th«f 4 News! Cftsaidte 5 Huntley-Brlftkley 11 Rocky &ttls Gfcite tuid Harriet (R) 4 Jftlif Exchange (R) 6 Wldeeoufltty 11 People Are Funny ttOO-2 ftoflfia Reed (R) 4 Perry Mason (ft) 11 Best of Groucho (ttt T:30— 2 Leave It to Beaver (ft) 5 JDl\ Kildare (R) 9 P.S. 4 li Barn Dance Tonight 8:00-2 My Three Sons (R) Twilight Zone (R) What's New? McHale's Navy (R) Hazel (R) Lorentz on Film 11 Star Performance Premiere (R) 4 Nurses (R) 5 Special — "World ol Jacqueline Kennedy" (R) 4 9 8:30-2 5 9 11 Movie «• Down" (1543) "Moon Is Lee J. Cobb, Sir Cedric Mardwieke 10:00-2 I 5 News Easter Cantata 4 5 Weather Steve Allen Eye on St. Louis Johnny Carson 9 10:10-2 10:15-^2 4 S 10:30-4 Movie - "Night of the Hunter" (1953) Shelly Winters, Robert Mitchltin 10:45—11 Movie — "Argentine Nights" (1940) Constance Moore, George Reeves 11:45—2 Movie — "A Letter to Three Wives" (1949) Jeanne Crain. Linda Darnell, Ann Sothern 12:00—5 Tonight in St. Louis 12:10-4 Movie — "Fatal Lady" (1936) Mary Ellis, Walter Pidgeon 12:30—5 11 News 12:35—5 Almanac 12:40-5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion 1:15—2 News & Sports 1:35—4 News and Religion Friday Daytime, July 12 5:48-4 5:50-4 6:00—4 6:30-4 7:00—4 5 7:30—1 7:40-4 8:00—2 4 8:05-2 8:10-2 8:15-2 8:45-2 9:00-4 5 9:15-2 9:25-5 9:30-2 4 • . 5 10:00—4 5 10:30-2 4 5 11:00—2 4 5 11:25-4 31:30-2 4 5 31:45-4 33:55-5 Noon—2 4 5 Give Us This Day News: Tom Brooks Town & Country P.S. 4 Morning Scene Today: Hugh Downs News: Carmichael World of Mr. Zoom Mahalia Jackson Capt. Kangaroo Farm Report News Rural Almanac Cartoons Calendar Say When King & Odie NBC News: Newman Romper Room I Love Lucy (R) Play Your Hunch The McCoys (R) Price is Right Seven Keys Pete and Gladys (R) Concentration Tennessee Ernie ' Love ol Life 3st 'Impression News: Reasoner Father Knows Best (R) Search for Tomorrow Truth or Consequences Guiding Light NBC News: Scherer General Hospital News-Weather: Roby News: Jim Burke 31 Newsreels 12:05—4 My Little Margie (R) 5 Charlotte Peters 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Divorce Court 4 As World Turns 11, Jack LaLanne 1:00—4 Password 5 People Will Talk 13 Movie — See Thurs., 10:45 p.m., Ch. 31 1:25—5 News: Kalber 1:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 House Party 5 The Doctors 2:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15-33 Movie — See Thurs., 9 p.m., Ch. 31 2:25—4 News: Edwards Who Do You Trust? Edge of Night You Don't Say American Bandstand Secret Storm Match Game News: Vanocur Discovery '63 Millionaire (R) 3 Teachers Employed at Bunker Hill BUNKER HILL — Three new faculty members ave been hired by the Unit 8 board of education. They are: Larry Neemann ol Wood River who will be the new band and chorus director; Mrs, Larry Neemann who will -teach the third grade, and Ed Wiegand who will teach foreign languages, Mr. and Mrs. Neemann taught hi Kewanee last year and Mr. Wiegand comes here from the Roxana School system. At the board meeting Monday evening bids were awarded to the Bunker Hill Bakery for bakery goods; Burton's Sinclair Station for gas and oil; Equity Union Creamery for milk; Sinclair refinery for fuel oil, and Goebel Trucking Co. for coal. In other action the board retained the firm of Hebron, Dency and O'Connell as legal counsel. Worden 2:30-2 4 5 5:00—2 4 5 3:25-5 3:30-2 4 5 (R) 3:55—2 4:00—2 4 5 Make Room for Daddy American Newsstand Day hi Court SS Popeye Wrangler Club WORDEN — Mr. and Mrs. William Mihelic and daughter, Jo An of Worden, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Monschaein and children and Brad Neuhaus of Staunton returned home Sunday from a vacation in the Ozarks. Mrs. Helen Hutson and Mrs Edna Mae Sharp entered Com munity Memorial Hospital in Staunton Monday. Mrs. Charlotte Steinhauer of Hanover, Germany is visiting here with relatives. Kenneth 'Harpole is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Carter at Evansville, Ind. Mrs. Oliver Bishop or'Zeigler eturned home Sunday after a'vjsi' with her mother, Mrs. Lena Wolf and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Donseif oi Tafton, Pa., left Monday after spending a week here with Mr and Mrs. Worden Anderson, Mr and Mrs. Elmer Behme, and oth er relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hartman and daughter, Jane, of Groose lie Mich., returned home Monday af ter a few days visit with Mr and Mrs. Allen other relatives. Heinemeier and 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:25—2 Movie — "Escape From Red Rock" (1958) Eilene Janssen, Brian Donlevy 4:30-4 Movie — "Little Big Show" (1935) Sybil Jason, Robert Armstrong 6:00—4 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:30—5 Sea Hunt (R) 31 Deputy Dawg 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael Decatur Mayor Plans Anti-Race-Bias Move DECATUR, HI. (AP) — Mayor Ellis B. Arnold says he will move to ban racial discrimination in public places in Decatur. Mayor Arnold, just back from a meeting in Springfield on state racial problems, said Wednesday he will present ordinances which would outlaw discrimination in restaurants, hotels or places of amusement. Violators would lose their city licenses. The mayor acted after Goy. Kerner issued earlier in the day an executive order prohibiting racial discrimination in any activity licensed by the State of Illinois. LONDON — A 91-year-old for mer lion tamer is, suing his land lady in England for locking up his motorcycle so he couldn't use i tor his daily ride. 9 Inducted Into Moose AtWoodRivei' WOOti RIVER - William Rickerl, deputy supreme governor of Southern Illinois, was guest speak er at the special meeting ol the \loose Ixjdge Wednesday when a ilass of nine candidates was en- •olled. Fred Price, Southern Illinois enrollment director, also addressed the new class, and presided al ceremonies for the presentation ol gold watches to Harold Frlemann and Edward Heinniilter, in recog flition of outstanding work in the enrollment campaign. Among the other distinguished guests attending were District .10 officers: Frank Mabry, East St. Louis; and Urban Luebbers, St. jibory; Herman Habrock, St. Li- jory lodge governor; and Steve <iszley,, St. Libory, past governor. The degree staff conducted the enrollment ceremonies for the nine candidates: Robert Mcln- yre, class representative; Sylveser Curry, William Allen, Don Basden, James Roach, Andrew Augustine, Evan Dawson, Maurce Greer, and Douglas Dycus. The meeting concluded with a buffet supper served by the women of the Moose. Church Services Announced at Kane KANE — The Rev. Hilton Longberry will preach Sunday at the Methodist Church at 10:35 a.m. Sunday school convenes at 9:30 a.m. and the MYF meeting is scheduled, for 6:30 p.m. Church school at the Church of Christ is at 10 a.m. with worship at U a.m. with Evangelist Charles Scoggins in charge. Dr. U. S. Randall will speak, on The Man Called Peter" Sunday at the Baptist Church at 10:15 a.m. At 7 p.m. he will speak on 'The Child of Faith." Kane Notes KANE — Mrs. Marie Vallenewe entered Boyd Memorial Hospital Monday for medical treatment. Robert Rothe entered Boyd Memorial Hospital Monday as a surgical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Plummer re- :urned home Tuesday from Wala Walla, Wash., where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witwer of Gary, Ind., arrived Tuesday for few days visit with his brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jyron Erwin. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miller and son, Jeffery of Alton visited Wednesday with Mrs. Miller's aunt, Mrs. Ralph Linder. The Rev. and Mrs. Hilton Longberry went to St. Louis Tuesday to visit Kenneth Robinson of Kane who is a surgical patient at Barnes Hospital. MANY Says Cuban Youths Witness Executions MIAMI, Fla. (AP)—A newly arrived Cuban refugee youth says teen-agers are forced to witness executions of anti-Castroites hi his homeland. He said Wednesday that young Communists relish the spectacle but that others like himself found it repugnant "Before the firing squads go to work, some young people taun the victims with statements like 'take a last look at the caskets in which they are going to pu you,' " said Luis Torres Perez, 17 who escaped his homeland b> small boat. Torres said that in Santa Clara where he lived, "this macabre spectacle is set up two or three times a week." Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK' Rev. Gibson Pastor of New Wood River Church REV. GJBSON WOOD RIVER — The Rev Jesse Gibson, Edwardsville, has been called as the pastor of the §1 WCIVIC MEMORIAL"!"! I AIRPORT RESTAURANT 1 FRIDAY NI6HT SPECIAL Fresh Rim CATFISHS INCLUDES FRBNCH FRIES. SAM ANP BUTTER. »na Pnone illllllllOPBN'Tit newly formed Wood River Firs General Baptist Church which was formally organized at a Julj 3 meeting. Twenty two persons have been enrolled as charter members, an< Jie charter will remain open fo a period of 90 days for additiona registrations. The church is located in the con verted store building at the rear of 800 Lorena Ave., formerly oc cupied by the Church of Goc Sunday services are scheduled a follows: Sunday School 9:45 a.m worship U a.m. and 7:30 p.n starting Sunday. Mid-week pra> er services will be held at 7:; p.m. each Wednesday. Don McPherson has been elec ed church clerk; Harold Sunde land, Sunday School superintei dent; Mrs. Sunderland, pianis and Vernon Harper, music direc or. The Rev. McPherson, who cently resigned as pastor of th Pleasant View General Baptis Church, East Alton, is a gradual of the Oakland City college, Oak land City, Ind., where he earnec his theological degree in 1951. H has served churches in variou communities of Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky in addition to hi repent pastorate in East Alton. The Rev. and Mrs, Gibson ar parents of four children: Hone; Melody, Jim and Toyi, and mac their home in Martin Acres, JSjl wards ville. Makes Shopping A Pleasure SAVE WITH OLE PAUL & GET FULL MEASURE! ILED HAM 6«f LEAN CENTER CUTS TOO!! Round •Sirloin •T-Bone tTEAKt 69* BEEF RIB STEAKS 59c BEEF RUMP ROAST 59c CHUCK ROAST . 33c GROUND CHUCK. 59c GROUND BEEF .3 Lb 1 SIRLOIN . a. L b 79° Lean Yearling Lean Yearling Lean First Cut Really Lean Lean Yearling PIKE'S PEAK Beef Roast—Lb. 69' Lean Yearling ARM ROAST .t, u.55' LV choIC 'CHUCK STEAKS . "49c Sliced Yearling BEEF LIVER Yearling SWEET BREADS 49c PORK LOINS 49* Fancy Center . Pan Fry or B-B-Q Boneless Rotisserie Genuine Homemade PORK CHOPS . 69c PORK STEAKS... "39c PORK ROAST . 59c Rath's Mulberry SLICED BACON 3 », *1 Mayrose No Rind SLAB BACON . $2 99 Each Hormel's End Cuts SLICED BACON 4 u, M AH Meat Small BOLOGNA . Whole $ 1 29 Roll 1 Sliced All Meat Ail Meat Sliced COOKED SALAMI.. 59c HAM SAUSAGE..' 69c All Meat Sliced BIG BOLOGNA . 2 Lb , M CHOPPED HAM . ' 59c JUDGE DINING CAR COFFEE 59' WISHBONE COFFEE 49' White MEADOW GOLD'S GRADE "A" GURN-Z-GOLD 4 RAY or HODGE CHILI MEADOW GOLD'S WHOLE GRADE "A" MILK 3 Half Gals. PARAMOUNT HOT TAIY1ALES 5 3 °° Tins MEADOW GOLD'S • ORANGE • GRAPE • LEMON DRINKS READY TO SERVES TEABAGSL 59' STRICTLY FRESH PREFERRED COFFEE 3 £ MANHATTAN 4 Half Gals. FRESH SALTINE Crackers Reg. 25c 19 Lb. Box U.S. GRADED 'A' SMALL SIZE FRESH EGGS 1C 3 39c Doz. WELGHADE GRAPE DRINK MIX OR MATCH BREAD 6 2/3»c M Loaves I Many Delicious.Flavors ICE CREAM Reg. 59c 1/2 GAL. 49' "HI-C" FRUIT FLAVORED DRINKS MIX OR MATCH 3 46 Ox. Tins Genesee Valley FRESH FROZEN Strawberries 5 10 Oz. Pkgs. "303" SWT. POTATOES "303" W.K. CORN 12 OZ. CATSUP "303" Early June PEAS Musselman's APPLE SAUCE "303" TOMATOES SAVEII 6 l8cEa. $ ifl $3.95 Case of 24 JL American Beauty TOMATO or VEGETABLE SOUP 10 American Beauty CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP HAASE'S TRUE FLAVOR B B Q SAUCE 27 Oz. Bottle "300" CR. STYLE CORN "300" GREEN BEANS "300" SHELLOUTS "303" SPINACH "303" PEAS & CARROTS MIX OR MATCH. SAVEII 7 lScEo. $ « $3,25 Case of 24 1 STARITEOLEOSTIX. SViVI BLOCK OLEO . . 5VA79* |r_e IVH9 lunch POTATO Pack CHIPS C 5e 0 Bags You'll Love'Em!! BANANAS 10' Lb. "300" KRAUT • "303" BEETS "300" KIDNEY BEANS • "300" MIXED VEGETABLES "300" BUTTER BEANS • "300" GR. & WHITE LIMAS "303" MUSTARD or TURNIP GREENS "300" GREEN BEANS & POTATOES "300" WHITE POTATOES SAVEII MIX or • O ISc *a, $ <f $2,95 Cast MATCH O Tins 1 of 24 DAYCV KUACI DOG FOOD -flORtg. $1 . S3.45 Case of 48 1 0 Tins I r., ,,10 ft 95° OOG FOOD JACK MACKEREL . U.S. No. 1, Size 'A' POTATOES 25 HARDWOOD BLEND CHARCOAL BRIQUETS FANCY TOMATO JUICE VANCAMP RED LABEL TUNA 5 S PORK & BEANS • SPAGHETTI • HOMINY RED BEANS • CHILI BEANS • NAVIES NORTHERNS • BLACKEYE PEAS SHOESTRING POTATOES BABY BUTTER BEANS • PINTO BEANS GREEN BEANS — 300 SIZE TINS SAVEII MIX or MATCH 4 Y\ 111 2/25c$ Tins $2.35-Cast of 24 MILNOT:,. ,a»-«, 10K PET MILK — or CARNATION $6,95 Case of 48 3 Tall Tins COOKIES. 3 ,%.* t Very Finest Home Grown!! TOMATOES . 2^39" OPEN DAILY WO A,M, 'TIL 6:00 P.M. » FRIDAYS °;00 A.M. 'TIL 9;00 P.M. t Payroll Check« Coshed Free With Oro>r» Over $5,00 § NO PERSONAL CHECKS '

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