Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 19, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 19, 1963
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PAGKSIXTEKN ALTON EVENING MONBAV, AUGUST 19,1868 gan tight Champ Mich. (AI»)-Mlchl. gnrt testing officials have vowed to itiek to their guns and proclaim the winner of tonight's Paul AriflStead « Keiihy Lane tight "lightweight clmmploti of the wofld" despite ft World Boxltig Assbelitlon rtillHg. •rtiV'WBA decided Sunday to restore the lightweight championship to Carlos Ortiz on the condition that he sign for a match with the winner of the Lane-Arm' stead bout by the end of the 'year, Arrhste'ad and Lane, ranked No. 1 aild No* 2 respectively by the WBA, went through lighl limbering up exercises Sunday and had their ears cocked for -i vord from the WBA convention In Miami Beach. When the "word" finely came, It was greeted by aiiRty blasts from Lane's manager, Pete PC- troskey, and State Boxing Commissioner David Gudelsky. "I'm sticking to my guns," said Gudelsky. "We're going "to declare a lightweight champion Monday night." Petroskey said he nnd Lane would consider Ortiz a^ nothing more than a challenger. If Ortiz wants a fight with Lane, he will have to meet several other contenders first, they acWud. Armstead said that if he won, he Would be willing to sign immediately for a tight with the Puerto 'Rican-born lightweight king. The controversy started about 18 months ago when Ortiz hemmed and hawed his way out of signing for a mai ch with Lane, then ranked the No. 1 contender, SEE us FOR EXPERT REPAIR ON ALL SMALL ENGINES STANKA GARAGE State St., North Alton Dial HO 5-8889 niVGP nmt Outdoors with. IiiiiM»itt Itrnmt Kentucky Lake Trip A -600-mile round trip voyage to Kentucky Lake was completed last Wednesday by the Gene Sit- fels, North Alton, and the Harold Pfanges, Bethalto In their separate cruisers. The Clyde Leonards, Bethalto, made the journey a few days later In their cruiser and remained at the lake a few days longer. The 10 day vacation on water was begun on a Saturday. The two boats made the trip there In less than three days without Incident. After arriving at a sandy beach where the boats were anchored for the stay, the w a, t e r pump developed trouble on Prange's boat. Prange telephoned home for parts and they were brought to the lake by the Clan-net' Fry*, Bethalto, who drove in their cat- end spent a weekend with the Pranges and Stifels. Leonard's daughter and son-in-law and family, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Pabcn and son, Kurt, 2, of Columbus, Ind., also drove to the lake to spend a week with them. "On the return trip, we encountered a terrific storm near Cairo," Stifel said. "The wind was so strong we even saw a tow backing down the river in order to control the string of barges. A piece of chrome trim came off the outside of my boat letting water be syph- oned into my boat on the return trip. I thought my boat was sinking until I located the trouble." Swamped Boat Richard Gumming of Clifton Terrace Marina attempted to tow a disabled cruiser owned by Jerry Norton of Jerseyville one evening last week near Norman's Landing on Alton Lake. Gumming was using a 14-foot outboard with a 35- hp motor. The wake from another passing cruiser swamped the outboard and it sank. Norton was able to get the cruiser started and Gumming was quickly rescued. Ked O'Flaherty, McAdams Highway, drag- ged for the sunken boat and recovered many relics of bygone years but failed to find the uninsured boat. "We plan to use skin divers to locale the craft," related fed Rousseau, Clifton Marina harbor master, "The Water is 25 feet deep where the boat sank and the current is very strong." Clifton Marina recently completed adding another 160 feet of lake side docks bringing the total to more than 320 feet The harbor has 53 covered docks and plans are to build eight more soon. Three of the eight already have been rented. Got Sonkntl Last Monday, Chnrles Ynrncll, 403 Leslie Ave., Wood River fished with three rods and reels al the foot of Henry Street for some time without, getting a nibble. Then a rainstorm with thunder and lightning began. And the fish began to bite in such numbers that Yarnell was able to keep only one line in the Big Three Badly Beaten In Big Raee Throw the names of Chateaugay, Candy Spots, Never Bend, and Crewman and Outing Class into a hat. Shuffle them and pick one. That is as good a way as any to determine this year's champion ^year-old thoroughbred in the wake of Crewman's astounding victory In the $81,400 Travers Stakes at Saratoga. The 94th running of the Travers Saturday was supposed to settle the 3-year-old championship between the so-called Big Three, Chateaugay, Candy Snots and Never Bend. Crewman, owned by George D. Widencr and ridden by Eric Guor- in, romped home by IMs lengths and paid a whopping $41 90 for $2. Adding insult to injury, Hot Dust, another long shot, took the place in the l'/i milr classic before a record Saratoga crowd of 29,335. Chateaugay, winner of the Kentucky Derby and Belmont stakes, staggered home third, one length back of Hot Dust. The favored Candy Spots, winner of Preakness, Santa Anita Derby, Florida Derby and Jersey Derby, was fourth, an- water, reported secret agent 81.j othcr 2 '* lc "R lhs b ?'- k aml ol " ? f Yarnell continued to fish in' the downpour and landed five channel catfish up to 16 inches long, four carp weighing up to three pounds and five channel catfish up to 16 inches long,, four c'arp 'weighing up to three pounds and five white perch weighing up to two pounds. After 45 minutes of being soaked, Yarnell gave up, tossed his bait away and went home. Popular Trout Tank "About 800 rainbow trout were placed in the fishing tank at Monticello Plaza Shopping Center during the recent Fourth Anniversary celebration there," reported Bob Sparlin, the money for the first time in his career. Choker was fifth and Never Bend, the early leader, faded to last in the race run in '2:02 2-5. scored heavily in the .15-minute time limit permitted for each 25 cent fee. About 700 of the trout were caught by anglers." Youngsters Catch Fish The fish were hitting in numbers one day recently for two young girls visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hull, 4 Walnut Ct. Cindy Storm 9, Watertown, N.Y., and Pamela Davis, 12, Temple City, Calif., who are cousins, were fishing H. Streeper's crusier In the harbor at Harbor from Judge I. chairman of the 10-day promo^|P oint Yacht Club. tion. 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NINTH & HUE STBIiTS PHONI HP Sales and Service Departments Open 'Til 8:30 Friday Nights ALJQ AVAILABLE AT ROLLER SHELL SERVICE GENERAL T.H BAUSER SHELL SERVICE & mm WNE flioiie 4« Tuesday KMnliig TV Digm (H) Denotes REPEAT Program KTV1 (ABO) a, HMOX (CIIS) 4, KSI) (NHO) 8, Kt'tlt 11 8:00-2 4 8 Newi 11 Thrte Stooges (W 8:10-4 5 Weather 8:15—2 City Camera A Wenthri 4 News: Cronklle 5 Huntley-BHnkley 11 Rocky A his friends 6:30-2 Combat (R) 4 Eye on St, Louis 5 Laramle (H) 11 People Art Funny t:00—4 Lloyd Bridges (R) 11 Best of GroUcho (R) 7:30-2 Hawaiian Eye IR) 4 Talent Scouts 5 Empire (R) 9 P.S. 4 8.-00-9 What's New* 11 Special: "Cold War: Berlin Crisis" 8:30—2 Untouchables (R) 4 Picture This 5 Dick Powell (R) 9 The Open Mind 9:00—4 Keefe Brasselle 11 Movie — "King of the Turf" (1939) Adolph Menjou, Delores Costello 9:30—2 FOniS on America 5 Report from. . . 9 Jazz Casual Hi:00 a * '•> Nerts 9 Travel to New England ln:lO->2 4 b Wwilhet if): 15-2 Steve Allen 4 Eye on St. Lmils 5 Johnny Carson 10:30—4 Movie — "Deep Valley" (1947) Ida Lupino, Dane Clark, Wayne Morris 10:50—Movie — "Right to the Heart" (1942) Don Defore, Brend Joyce It: 15—2 Peter C-unn 12:00—5 Tonight irt St. Louis 12:15—2 News & Sports 12:20—2 Mahalia Jackson 12:25—4 Movie — "Sunday Punch" (1941) William Lundt- gnn, Jenn Rogers 12:30—5 11 News 12:40-5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion 1:40—4 News Roundup 1:45—4 News & Religion 12: 12: 12: Wednesday Daytime., Aug. 21 5:45—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—4 News: Carmichael 7:40—4 World of Mr. Zoom 8:00—2 Mahalia Jackson 4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:05—2 Farm Report 8:10—2 News 8:15—2 Camera Two 8:30—2 Community Album 8:45—2 Cartoons »: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 111:00—4 The McCoys (R) 5 Price is Right 10:30—2 -Seven Keys 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 11 Deputy Dawg 11:00—2 Tennessee Ernie 4 Love of IJfe 5 1st Impression 11:25—4 News: Reasoner 11:30—2 Father Knows Best (R) 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequence; 11:45—4 Guiding Light 2; pC New*! _ Cietteral Hdspltal 4 NenvS-W&afhef: ftdby 5 NewA; Jim Bufke !5 dharlotte Petets te-4 My Little Margie (R) i5-*ll Modem Almanaa llNewteeets ICN-2 Divorce "dottrt t 4 As Wotld tutlil 11 Jack LaLnfliie . Passwora+ 5 People Will Talk '.. 11 Movie •';••- See fuel., Idi&o p.m., ch. 11 ' , 25-*S New*: Kalher 35—2 Jane Wyman ftt) 4 Mouse Party 6 The Ooetors 06—2 Queen for a Day 4 To fell the f ruth 5 Lorettn Young (tt) 15-11 Movie - See fuel., 9 p.m., Ch. 11 25—4 News: Edwards 30-2 Who Do You Trust? . 4 Edge of Night !00—2 American Bandstand 6 You Don't Say 4 Secret Storm 5 Match Game :25—5 News: Vanocur i:30— '2 Discovery '63 4 Millionaire (R) 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) :55—2 American Bandstand :00—2 Day in Court 4 SS Popeye 5 Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (R) :25—2 Movie — "Montana Bollc" (1952) Jane Russell; Scott Brady 1:30—4 Movie — "Tarzan, The Fearless" (1933) Blister Crabbe, Jacqueline Wells 5 Maverick (R) i:()0—5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 11 Deputy Dawg i:30—5 Sea Hunt (R) :55—4 Sports: Carmichael One Kind Enough STOCKHOLM —Sweden's 700 plane air force Is to have only one type of aircraft in service •MMMMMOMBieBieeHl^^i -----New Show Promotion Under Wiiy ti.v towitv AP ivlftvliilwi'tiadifl WMtnr HOLLYWOOD (AtM *• ThU Is alk-it-up t|nie in television, (he month when the Industry attempts to arouse fresh interest In Its shows. For some reason, this year he drum-beating seems perhmc ory, even listless, Established stars of series, normally enthusiastic salesmen, sound almost mechanical, They too often show genuine interest when the talk moves to golf scores or weekend fishing conditions. Even the producers often act as f 1963-64 Is something to get over painlessly. Actors between shots huddle not over their scripts, but with their business managers, plotting long-term deals or figuring ho\\ they can get away from the series long enough to make a movie oi a personal appearance. In the executive echelons, when the big decisions are made, mucl of the thinking seems concentrat od on plans for shows to be seef year hence. Television's original ambition t cover, in depth and on the scene every facet of the current equa rights crisis may be dampened ( bit. There are reports inside th trade that sponsors willing to hel underwrite network coverage o the controversial situation .ai hard if not impossible to find. Eddie Cantor, who retired fron performing after a heart attack has been writing. A full page i a trade paper last week advertisec his idea for an hour-long telev sion series, about three song-writ ing brothers. > Th I'M ron residents were admitted to. . Joseph's Hospital at Highland; aturday arid »l* peMofffc were! Ischarged. ' Admitted wetes Mrs, Marie' ttoblnwjhY W .ftandallj Edwards- \ v\\\c\ MissJonlee Bowetis, 908« <lelti St., Mrs. Joyce Koenlg,! We. 3, Edwardsvllle, Discharged were! Mrs. Forrest Blankenshlp and daughter, 4.19', Altrup, Edwardsvillej Mrs, Wll-'. lam Henderson and daughter,; tf?8 E. Vandallaj Fred Barnsback, 818 Prlckett, and Mrs, Cle-. mentlhe Rose, 114 B. Park, Donald Tabor, Rte. 4, Edwards- 'Ille was admitted to the Hosplt-: al Sunday. ; Discharged were! Warrent Ot<; o, 134 Bunn, Mrs., Maybelle White, 223 Myrtle St., Mrs,'Sarah larbtson, Rie, 2, and MM. .ha Helmantoler, Rte, 1, wardsville. SHERER TV & APPLIANCE DCDAID • II CrM III • Refrlgeratora • Washers QUICK • Dryers • Air Conditioners Serviced DIAL HO 2-6604 First Pre-Season Deer Hunt Opens Aug. 17 £ #CK<! PRE-SEASON AND POST-SEASON DEER AND ELK HUNTS . AREAS DATES , LIMITS AREA lll-^AUfc 17 - SIPT. » 3 Deer Area. One mlist be antlerlert. AREA 112—AUG. 31 - SEPT. 15 1 Oder Antlered only. (Trophy Hunt Area) AREA 113—SEPT. 7 • SEPT. 15 Hunter's Choice. 2 deer license apw. AREA 114—SEPf. 14 - SEPT, 20 • • I Deer Ahtlerad only. (Trophy Hunt Area) AREA 115—SEPT. 14 - OCT. 6 Hunter's Choice. 3 deer area. (Permit from Ute Tribal Council) AREA llfr—NOV. 23 • MO. 1 Hunter's Choice. 3 deer area. AREA 117--NOY. 23 - DEC. 1 Hunter's choice,.. 2 deer license- oreo. AREA llBr-NOV. 23 - DEC. 1 2 deer license area. One antlerles*. AREA 119—NOV. 28 - DEC, 15 Hunter's choice. 2,deer license area. AREA 120—NOV. 2J - DEC. 8 Hunter's choice. 2 deer license area AREA 121— NOV: 23 - DEC. 22 Hunter's Choice. 3 deer area. PRE-SEASON PERMIT EtK HUNT AREA UJ^OCT. 12 - OCT. 16 SO Antlered, SO Antlerless elk. (By permit only) • M OS A Deer hunters In Colorado this sea- con have a wide selection of times and places to hunt, with eight pre- and post-season hunts in specified areas of the state ranging the calendar from August 17 to December 22, Harry Woodward, director of the Colorado Game and Fish department. pointed out this week. The department today released detailed boundary and hunt descriptions of regular and special big game seasons. as established May 27. Hunters not hunting or planning to hunt, or who are unsuccessful in the regular seasons, may take deer in these special hunts, some of them affording three deer for holders of regular and second deer licenses. Woodward explained that In, two license deer areas and three-deer MM ***•*•*• , any deer taken on the regu iar or iscood Uceow or third deer permit during the regular season, count against the total. Special permits are not required for the pre-season, extended-season or postseason hunts, other than the second- deer license required for any hunter wishing to take a second deer in any two deer area. The third deer permit is attached to all second deer licenses. Hunters have their choice ol either antlered or antlerless deer In all of these hunting areas and seasons, and all allow either two or three deer limits. The key Inserted in the map above shows season dates and bag limits for each of the preseason and postseason hunt areas. More detailed descriptions of the areas, by Game and Fish department game management unit numbers (small circled numbers, screened boundaj-y lines), are; ARIA DESCRIPTIONS PRE-SEASON, POST-SEASON , PIER !> HK HUNTS AREA Hit That portion of Game Unit 31 In the Roan Creek drainage below the canyon flmi to'the weit boundary of the Came Unit. AREA till Portloni of Game Unltt 74, 75, 76, 77, 78. 66, ai dewribed below. Gome Unit 74 touth of Sllverton and extending to CoKode Creek, Part of Gome Unit 75 located In San Jugn Primitive area. Gome Unit 76 between the Rio Grande Reiervolr and the Con- (mental'Divide. The north portion 6f Game Unit 77 located In the Wllllami Creek and Middle Fork arepi of the Piedra Rivet. North tip of Game Unit 78 lying lomewhot weiterly p( Wolf Creek Pan and In the San Juqn Primitive area.. Gome Unit 66 lying uuth of Lake City and Henum Creek Jeep Road and we«t of State Highway 149, ARIA lilt ThoM parti of (Some Unit) S2, 53, 63 In Peito County located OMUide the Gunnlwn National Poreil boundary. General location being in the Poonlo, Hotchfclir and Qrawfard area. AREA ))*' All 9{ Gome Unlti 92 «r\d 90, .commonly knqwn at the Senate lni 1f.,Hil* Southern. Ute Indian Reiervotlon we«t df U.S, HlgliWay 880, (Ut» , ervqflon hUhfmg tiv ipeclq permit •Oed by the Ute InVqn TrMl «Sui lonaclo. Coo., plui llconse.F . ' If A 11*1 All of Game Uhlti 6, 16, 17, commonly known ai the North Pork ..area. AREA II7( All of Game Unit 7 ai the Laramle River area, "'•-"*** ffifa ffi~«®Mtf , wth of fhf Whltplvertothi 'gt>Rlo planeo county line with a White RIveF (5 Elk Spring, In County. ARIA 119) In the Rifle, iregs All of Same Ji A^WAJi^Lawnf..^!. 4? pn4 orefl. JftU „ .....jWrAw ivpr (tnown « ttii'ft ae g Pwi/jc Swvice fey <hf. . f . : ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH

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