Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 16, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 16, 1963
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IB,1963 ALTOrSf EVENING TELEGRAPH Tuesday Evening TV Digest (n) nenotei HKPEAT program, K1V1 (AllOt 2, UMOX ((JB8) I, KSI) <N»(J) 8, K_ttfc 11 4 5 Newt ii Three Stooged '(ft) Caliiera A Weather 4 NBWSS Crontdte B HuhtleV-BHnkley iMtokylltii Friends 6:3(K2 Combat (R) 4 MatBhnl Dillon (ft) 8 Laifcmie (H) 11 People Are Funny 7tM-4 tloyd Bridges (ft) 11 Best of Groucho (ft) Hawaiian Eye (ft) •-0 4 Talent Scouts 5 Empire (H) 9 P.S, 4 11 Conte Presents (R) 8)00—9 What's Now? * 8:3&-2 Untouchables (R) 4 Plcttire This 5 Dick Powell (R) 9 Kremllnology ' 31 Speed Spectacular . 9:00—4 Keefo Brasselle 11 Movie - "Wild Heart" (1952) Jennifer Jones, David Farrar 9:30—2 Focus on America H Report from . , . D Children's Songs of 3 pan IOiWV-2 4 5 News 9 Of time, Work & Lei- Siitfe 10:ir>-2 4 5 Weather Steve Alien 4 Eye on Si. Louts 5 Johnny Carson 10:3<M Movie '— "Rhythm ofl ' the Rivet" (1846) Maty Martin, fctng Crosby 10:45-11 Movie - "You're Not So Tough" (1940) Nan Grey Dead find Kids ill 45-2 Dragnet (H) i2:oo—5 Tonight in St. Louis 12:15—2 News &. Sports 4 Movie — "You Can't Escape Forever" (1942) Bronda Marshall, George Brent 12:20—2 Mtthalia Jackson 12:30-5 11 News 12:35—5 Almanac 12:40-5 Weather ITNewsreels & Religion H40—4 News & Religion 'I guess middle age Is when you realize you haven't got enough years left to try all the recipes you've been clipping for thirty years." Wednesday Daytime, July 17 5:46-4 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News: Tom Brooks 6:00—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7 tOO— 4 Morning Scene 5 Today: Hugh Down* 7:30—4 News: Carmichnel 7., 40— 4 World of Mr. Zoom 8:00—2 Mahalia Jackson 4 Cnpl. Kangaroo 8:05—2 Farm Report 8:10—2 News 8:15—2 Camera Two 8:30—2 Community Album 8: '15—2 Cartoons 0:00—4 Calendar 5 Say When 9:15—2 King & Odie 9:25—5 NBC News: Newman 9:30—2 Romper R<x>m 4 I Love Lucy (R) 5 Play Your Hunch 10:00—4 The McCoys (R) 5 Price is Right 10:30—2 Seven Keys 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 11:00—2 Tennessee Ernie 4 Love of Life 5 1st Impression 11:25—4 News: Reasoner 11:30— 2 Father Knows Best (R) 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequence. 1 11 Deputy Dawg 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichoel Playground Winners Listed al Jersey JERSEYVILLE - Competition was keen this week in the inter playground tourneys at the Jei seyville centers, according to Re creation Director Paul McGurvey The matches involved liorsesho pitching and volley ball. In t h horseshoe contest, girls o[ the L' ons playground defeated the Wes girls, winners for the forme group being Jean Charow an Phillys G 1 1 wo r t h. Josephin Presley and Teresa Sears playe for the West Playgrounds. In oth er horseshoe matches Bill Brede and Billy Frazer won over We,s contenders, Lee Caskey and Mai Pistorius. In the age 7 and unde division West players R o n n i Sears and Donnie Baker deleate Randy Sullivan and Patty Prui in rubber horseshoes. JeU Dehne and Randy Freshour won on forfeit for West in the 8 to 10 d vision. In volley ball games the A Stars of the two playgrounds wei 11:45-4 Guiding Light 11:55—5 NBC News: Scherer Noon— 2 General Hospital 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke 11 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 3 : 00—4 Password 5 People Will Talk 11 Movie — See Tues., 10:45 p.h., Ch. 11 1:25—5 News: Kalber 1:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 House Party 5 The Doctors ', 18:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15-11 Movie - See Tues., 9 p.m., Ch. 11 2:25 — 1 News: Edwards 2:30—2 Who Do You Trust? 4 Edge of Night 5 You Don't Say 5:00—2 American Bandstand 4 Secret Storm 5 Match Game 3:25—5 News: Vanocur 3:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Millionaire (R) 5 Make Room lor Daddy (R) 8:55—2 American Bandstand 4:00—2 Day in Court .4 SS Popeye , 5 Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:25—2 Movie — "The Quiet Gun" (1957) Forrest Tucker, Jim Davis 4:30—4 Movie — "Priorities, .on Parade' 1 (1942) Ann Miller, Jerry Colonna ; 5:00—5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Muuse Club (R) 5 ; 30— 5 Sea Hunt (R) named to represent each grou QRf ¥ ODD By Peg Broken and Rod Lull Jerseyans Chosen for State Show JERSEYVILLE - Jersey Coun- y representatives have been selected to participate In the 4-H Diihlic speaking and demonslra- ion contest al Illinois State Failon Aug. 15 at the State Fair grounds in Springfield. John Gibbons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Gibbons, won first in the preliminary match here, and Richard Fulkerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Fulkerson, was second. Other speakers in this part of the match were Margaret Gibbons, Mike Allen, Bob Moore and Francis Walsh. In the demonstration contest Marie Walsh daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Walsh, had highest score and Tom Ryder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ryder was runner up. Third place went to Terry Gibbons. Others competing were Eleanor, Theresa and Henry Kallal. Gibbons, Fulkerson and Miss Walsh are members of the Rangeline 4-H Club; Allen belongs to llllni River; and Ryder is a mem- her of Prairie Union Pirates. Mike Allen will go to the slate fair competition instead of Fulkerson who will be absent Irofn the county at that time. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally Accidents at Jei'seyville JERSEYVILLE - City police nvestigated automobile accidents during the weekend. Sunday morning a passenger car operated by Walter White of 600 third St., and another driven by Clemma Y. Young of 600 South Lafayette, collided near the intersection of Washington and West Pearl, Miss Young went to the Jersey Community Hospital for treatment of injuries. Police estimated the damage to the White vehicle at $500 and the Young car at $200. There were no injuries reported as a result of an accident on Ferguson Street Saturday when a ear operated by Diana M. Biebel of Union Avenue and a car driven by Kenneth DeBerry collided Damage to the Biebel car was estimated at $500 and to the DeBerry Car at $200. Cars driven by Finis Schullz of 129 Andrew Avenue and James T. Webb of Medora collided Sunday on South State Street. Reported as injured in the accident were Mrs. J. T. Webb of Medora and Bob Brooks of McCIusky Road, Jerseyville. Saturday evening cars operated >y Mrs. Lillian Russell of Graf- on and Michael C. Klrgan were nvolved in an accident on South State Street. There were no in- uries and damage was reported as slight. Vl*ll In Cnnndn JERSEYVILLE - William Poleet, Miss Beverley DeSherlia, Mr. and Mrs. George Polett and daughter, Linda, returned Sunday from a two-week vacation trip in Alexandria, Ontario, Canada, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert Poleet Jr. During their slay in Canada, the Jerseyville residents made side trips to Montreal and also visited the Canadaian House of Commons in Ottawa. GI loans administered by the Veterans Administration have financed one of every five homes built in the United States since the end of World War and they split in the contest. Playground emblems were awarded the following for volley ball play; Steve French, Jim French, Jeff Dehner, Steve Grizzle and Mike Pistorius from West; Billy Frazier, Bill Breden Wayne- Gabbott. Bill Jones, Fred Fuch and Don Camerer from the Lions. YOUR MONEY EARNS MORE MO MORE OFTEN YOU CAN BUY IT FOR ABOUT $9,900 Ms what m paid I" «»«* • ind plant modernization to prB* firulneer this sUel beauty tor CTlTy , t 'your site, it'jsuchi bargain, It will cost you !5% less than conventional uction, And you'll measure jn time in days and week? IiuleaMf months. We'd Hk» ,t» tell you hgw vm can mm mm the milldinji you need , , . why me can warrant It fpr flw ywi - ,, tnd how w« PWI J(Mi}c» It Vr.«P to Uti fl ywr..j6r :j iJUhi V » V I l/XBVV N * » OVIR jjOQO IN U8EI 7W SAWS, INC, J108.8808 WITH PIASAS QUARTERLY DIVIDENDS When you save, at Piasa you get dividends four times a year, You get paid more often — and you get paid more because Piasa pays the largest dividend in the Greater Alton-St. Louis area. Save by mail (we pay by mail) postage free, Write: Piasa F/rst Federal, State & Wall Sts,, Altbn, III, , tf/a/ 4SS' PIASA FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS ANP LOAN ASSOCIATION HMSVVti lowr^i (, |(Q,999^ T***\ Hflnfi« told ItwnMl Cw^lt* paid for pvtr 75 «9flwcutfrt y«r«f *.» Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" •••• 37" Walnut Buffet with Glass Door Hutch 149°° 76°° Rotai'ians at Jersey See Army Movie JERSEYVILLE - "The Big 3 icture," a film prepared by the army photography service, was he feature of the after dinner >rogram of the weekly dinner neeting of the Jerseyville Rotary Club Monday noon. The program was arranged by County Treasurer Howard (Dick) Perdun, program chairman. The next meeting will be July 23 at Camp Warren Levis at fi p.m. instead of the regular meting date of Monday noon, July 22. President Paul Carey of the local club announced during the business session thai adults of t h e Jerseyville club will be admitted to the swimming pool thnt evening. Wives of Rutnrlans will be guests. Daughter of Greenfield Pair Dies in Crash . GREENFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Land were called to St. Joseph, Mo., Friday following wore that their son-in-law and daugh- or, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Pott? of Modesto, Calif., had been fatal- y injured In an automoblle-trae tor trailer crash near St. Joseph Mrs. Potts was the former Bar bara Land. Mr. and Mrs. Potts and two sons, Jerry 6, anr Norman, 9 months, were en route .o Greenfield for a visit with her parents. Mrs. Potts died instantly am her husband a short time later The older boy suffered a concua sion and the baby only bniises Both will recover. They are pa Cocoa Producers Unite BRASILIA — Brazil has joinet a cocoa producers alliance wit) several African countries. J&ASpringman HAS YOIW WHOLE HOUSE AIR CONDITIONERS Godfrey, III. Ph. 466-3M1 wit* in a St. JowptV* Mrs. Lam! ternWtted W ph wHH her grawTssfti and Mf, ittd accompanied the towflea In California for funeral services 'uesday. turnip* niten GREENFIELD - OrnVcside ervlrcs for Frank Phillips, 99, ivho died at Cedar Knoll Nursing Tome, Friday were conducted ftt Graceland Cemetery, Dccalur, Monday afternoon. Shields Memorial Home was In charge of he burial service. Phillips was a retired Peorta Mirber. Me is survived by ft stepdaughter, Mrs. Alfred Marshall, Havel, III., and a brother, Hnrry Phillips, LaMesa, Calif, and sev- nral nieces and nephews. sYDNfEY—A seven lane a~U to- mobile bridge is to be built soon over Australia's Tarban Creek. "Old at 40,50,60?" Man.GetWise'.PepUp inujan. «r Pj wmk. low in enew, "old" »t , at . quit Winning it on »W. If you milto fe*l a To Dl HUH. uic trcii/w-t«»« ,,,*...«—- f ,r. cnll"bclng olcT.PuU pep In both «a««;Tnr Ortrex-feel peppy, younger. 8-<l«y Rrt- toq,.»ln»<-<r «lw cojts little. All dniggM*. 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Honey-toned maple finish, unusually line turnings and detailing. Panel Back Walnut Side Chairs OUR TICKET 1 Q95 PRICE PAY ONLY 13 00 T0 MAKE YOU PROUD T0 OWN IT *- FOR WORLD '* "NEST PERFORMANCE! HOOVER CONSTELLATION The canister that offers more of what you want in a cleaner. $9095 '39 CONSOLE TV HANDCRAPTBO No Printed Clroutti AH h»ndwir«d hind taldand M» nectloni for fowor itrvlca head- •chei. Beautiful fine furnltun itylinj. Bi(7"«peaker Spotlit* Dill The ROXBURY-Model K2736 nok one cent,.. ior the solid feel of confidence when you shop at a store with many years of fair dealing! SCHWARTZ HAVE ZENITH 1963 Television From C large Sofa, matching chair, two steptables, cocktail table All 5 Pieces complete $ 199 ALWAYS A BEST BUY AT SCHWARTZ A VI At VawVMlAA'VJ I _..-_So smart-looking you'd never guess they swivel, rock or recline! KROEHLER Swivel rockers and a recliner with a whole new dimension in styling. All the quality you could ask for ... all the man-size measurements you want. They fit in any decorating plan —modem or Early American at a saving you can SEE1 ANY CHAIR $ 88 NO MONEY DOWN. Early American Swivel Rocker FOAM ... in the seat, headrest and the back. Heavy NYLON-faced woven tapestry in Early American pattern. You can count on years of wear, years of comfort with this construction. Concealed rocker-swivel mechanism gives you two-way comfort and convenience. Contemporary 7-Pc. Living Group Ensemble Includes 7 Smart Pieces • 1 Sofa • 1 Chair • 2 End Tables • 1 Cocktail Table • 2 Lamps Sofa and Chair nylon covercfl with foam cushions. SALE PRICE 229 Contemporary Swivel Rooter Covered with new amazing feathor- tduch Plyhlde that wears like leather, Wipes clean with a damp cloth. An «l)ftra high 42" back ior full head sup- pprt, BJe<?uit?twfted Jxiok, and seat ^h reyersibje FOAM RUBBER ciuh- i swivels in a full circle, Early American Recliner A brand new concept in a curved sola NYLON cover and FOAM cushions.. • Bright new idea from KroehleH Thfa sleek modern 2-pc. sectional eo(a curves right around a comer for party-size seating, Durable, beautiful Nylon face covers and deep (oam reversibte cushions, There's M no comparison for th» price anywheref 199 00 You'd never know it's a recliner till you lean backl Then you have stretch-out comfort with eye-level TV viewing. 100% NYLQN-iace boucle coverl FOAM in the seat, back and arms! Authentic Cplonial wing-back style, KOUSMUHNIJHINO COMTANf CL 4-0101 ILL.

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