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.,.....»n.>«.-.,l.,..»... 1 » [|))1 . 1 [. |rl , ALTON EVMfNG Wednesday Evening TV Digest *»*,«>« i i*ti*. * i ftfVt UBtJ) 4, RfiptAt program MOX (I.'I»S) 4. RSf} (NIK!) 5, KPUt 11 <:W-2 4 5 News 11 three Stooges (ft) 6:«M 5 WeafhM 6:li*-2 fSty Camera & Weathei 4 News: CnthkHe 5 Huiifley HHhkley 11 Rwky & Mis Friends 6:30—2 Wagon Train (R) 4 CBS Reports (R) 5 Virginian (R) 11 People Are Funny TsOfr-ll Best o£ Groucho (R) 7:30-2 Going My Way (R)' 4 Dobie Gillls (R) 9 P.S. 4 11 Wrestling 8!00-4 Beverly Hillbillies (R) ''••> 5 Mystery Theater (R) 9 What's New? 8:30—2 Our Man Higgliv (R) 4 Dick Van Dyke (R) 9 You Are There 9iOO—2 r Naked City (R) 4 Circle Theater 5 Eleventh Hour (R) 9 Conversations With Eric Hoffer 11 Movie — 'Raw Deal" (1948} Dennis O'Keefe, John Ireland 9:30—9 From the Old Country itiifnv-; <! .? News 10:10—2 5 Weatlier 10:15-2 Steve Allen 5 NBC News Special 10:20—1 Weather 10:25—4 Eye-Line: Rohy 10:30—4 Movie — "Pillow to Post" (1945) Ida Lupino. William Prince 10:40—11 Movie — "Red Menace" (1949) Hanne Axman, Robert Rockwell 11:00—5 Johnny Carson 11:45—2 Peter Gunn (R) 12!00—5 Tonight in St. Louis 12:10—4 Movie— "Hollywood Hotel" (1937) Rosemary Lane. Dick Powell 12:15-2 News & Sports 12:20—2 Mahalia Jackson 12:30—5 11 News 12:35—5 Almanac 12:40—5 Wejlher 11 Newsreels & Religion 2:10—4 News & Religion Little New In Upcoming Television Thursday Daytime, Aug. 29 (H) Denotes REPKA7 Progrnm KTVI (ABO) 2, RMOX «MS) 4, USD (NHO) 5. KIM.K 11 3 The Onctnrs 2:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15—11 Movie - See Wed., p.m., Ch. 11 2:25—4 News: Edwards 2:30—2 Who Do You Trust? 4 Edge of Night 5 You Don't Say 3:00—2 American Bandstand 4 Secret Storm 5 Match Gamp 3:25—5 News: Vanocur 3:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Millionaire (R) 5 Make Room for Daddy; (R) 3:55—2 4:00—2 American Newsstand Day in Court 4 S. S. Popeye 5 Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:25—2 Movie — "Best of the Badmen" (1951) Claire Trevor, Robert Ryan 4:30—4 Movie — "Easy Living" (1937) Jean Arthur, Edward Arnold 5 Maverick (R) 5:00—11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:30-5 Sea Hunt (R) 11 Yogi Bear 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael 5:45—4 Give Us Tills 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'Spotlight on KETC 8:45—2 Cartoons 0:00—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 Seven Keys 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 11:00—2 Tennessee Ernie 4 Love ol Life , 5 1st Impression 11:25—4 'News; Reasoner : 11:30—2 : Father .Knows Best (R) 4 : Search for Tomorrow , :: 5 Truth or Consequences 11:45-4 Guiding Light 11:55—5 NBC News: Scherer Noon—2 General Hospital 4 News-Weather: Rohy 5 News: Jim Burke 11 Newsreels 15:05—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 11 Movie — See Wed , 10:40 p.m.. Ch. 11 1:25—5 News: Kalber 1:30-2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 House Party "•••HI if B M¥B • B B ra B B • a i FINE FOODS Announces the transfer of I CHEF VAN CLARK JR. I from Holiday Inn South to Holiday Inn Edwardsville • CHEF VAN Invites You to a Special : LABOR DAY SMORGASBORD • .. .serving from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Labor Day n.v CYNTHtA .'I' TrlpvlRloti.RncHo Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - The new .elevision season Rooms rather bnre of radically different programs, but a couple of new offerings will be watched closely by ndustry trend-spotters. One is NBC's "Richard Boone Show," a dramatic anthology se- :-ies with a novel—for television— •den ol using a repertory company of featured players. Thr> other is "Burke's Law," .vhlch hopes to combine sophlstl- •ntrd humor with homicide.-If it •s the public's fancy, it could initiate a cycle of shows in the sprightly mood of the old William Powell-Myrna l^oy "Thin Man" movies. In this new series, however, our hero is a clever captain of homicide who also is a handsome millionaire bachelor, absolutely irresistable to women. Gene Barry, lato of "Bat Masterson," Js the star. One rumble around the Hollywood studios is that the series, stressing tongue-in-cheek situations and off-beat, way-out char- arlprs. rould be the hit of the season. Barry, delighted to be out of !lho Old West, describes the series 9ias "pure entertainment — just plain fun." Judy Garland, who has slimmed Keynote Enrollment Slightly [to worrisome match-stick propor- jtions, is in a Hollywood hospital jfor what is described as her annual check-up. Her variety series, which lost its producer aand writers by executive CBS decision, I won't be resumed until mid-September. Only j been taped. five shows have NEW DOMINICA STAMPS RECALL COLUMBUS' TRIP LONDON — Dominica, where a new series of stamps has been issued, is one of the British Islands in the Caribbean Sea. It was Christopher Columbus who discovered the Island oh November 3, 1493. Since that date was a Sunday, Columbus gave the i island the name Dominica meaning "The Lord's Day." Some of the new stamps have views of the island. The 1-cent valus shows the beach at Rosalie while the 48-cent stamp has a view of Roseau, the capital. Birthday Party i j For Moro Boy, 6 I MORO — Eleven schoolmates ! helped Terry Winson, son of Mr. iancl Mrs. Harold Winson, celebrate jhis sixth birthday Thursday afternoon. Games were played and each child received a favor. Mrs. M. C. O'Dell assisted Mrs. Winson in serving refreshments. Moro Notes MORO — Joe O'Dell left Friday for Deerfield where he will teach in the Alan Shepherd Junior High School. Michael Brazier left Monday for Pontiac where he will teacli in the High School there. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin C. Krallmann and children of Staplehurst, Neb., have returned to their home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Johnson and Mrs. Krallmann's mother, Mrs. Louise Johnson of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ellis and daughter, Janice, and Mr. Meyer of Terre Haute, Ind., visited briefly with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettger and Mrs. Margaret Kabel Sunday afternoon. Ellis, who spent his boyhood days in this community, has recently retired from the U.S. Army, after 20 years of service. Carol Wildman of Springfield spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Wildman. Iii Haiti Is Fear PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (AP) —Haitian roulette is more complicated but no less deadly than its Russian counterpart. Suppose you drive by the heavily guarded national palace at night on four very bad tires. "If you have a blowout," explained a Haitian businessman, "it's the end. The explosion will draw a barrage of fire from every trigger-happy guard on duty." Even if apocryphal, the account of this new local sport serves to dramatize two facts of life in the Haiti of dictator -Francois (Papa Doc 1 ) Duvalier: 1. Very real fear of a blowout in front of the palace is only one of many varieties of tenor flourishing here. Focal Point 2. The main force of this terror is the palace, the arsenal-fortress which Papa Doc, in'a bizarre pact with his sense of historic mission, has pledged to turn into a "Himalaya of bodies, rivers of blood" in any attempt to depose him. Two small invasions by anti- Duvalier armed bands this month resulted in a wave of reprisals here and in the interior demonstrating that Papa Doc is not making idle threats. Scores are believed to have been killed or imprisoned—where death sometimes is the only parole—on suspicion of disloyalty. Operating in the invasion area, Duvalier's special security corps, the Tonton Macoutes, are said to have hurled hand grenades into homes of those thought to have even smiled at rebels. There were reports of executions of officers and civilians in the ill-famed prison of Ft. Dimanche. These new victims are only a fraction of those thought to have paid with their lives or limbs for real or imagined lack of faith in Duvalier since he came to power in 1957. Reprisals Political reprisal business became so brisk in his time that Duvalier converted the basement section of the National Palace and the one-time military barracks at Ft. Dimanche into special prisons equipped with torture cells. But the northern frontier invasions by his enemies have exposed signs that Papa Doc is now a captive of the fear he exploited to stay in power. Duvalier distrusts the army which he purposely weakened tvhile arming his own civilian militia and Tonton Macoutes. Aware of the long tradition of fragile loyalties among Haiti's partisans of power and of the spreading unrest, the dictator has virtually buried himself in the palace, his last sanctuary. But many Haitians will tell you nothing will save Papa Doc because the mahogany presidential chair has a "range"—pronounced rur-jay—or malediction and anyone who sits in it goes mad and dies. Lower at St. Bernard's WOOD RIVER — St. Bernard's parochial school will open Tuesday with an enrollment of approximately 510 students, Mother Angela, principal, has reported. The enrollment slrows a slight decrease from last year's total of 565 due to the opening of the new St. Kevin's School in Rosewood Heights. However, the pre-opening registration total is expected to show some increase with families reluming from vacation, etc. Class sessions will continue from 8:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. dally. Arrangement)! have been made for the pupils to participate in the hot lunch program of the Lewis- Clark school cafeteria as in past York City, will teach fourth grade filling the vacancy created by the transfer of Mother Ann Therese to St, Peter's and Paul's, Springfield. Replacing Miss Mary Mdguire who retired In June, will be Mrs. Price, who received her degree and advanced education in England. Completing the faculty will be: Mother Euialia, first grade; Mother Isabel, fourth; Mother Pierre, third; Mother Loyola, seventh; Mother Mary Angela, eighth; Mrs. Kathleen Kelso, second; Mrs. Joseph Hertz, fourth; Mrs. Veronica Orr, fifth; Mrs. John McCleish, fifth; Joe Standish, seventh; nnd Miss Lucille Rhineharl, Instrumental music. librarians arc: Mrs. years, Mother Angela said. Two new buses have been purchased 1 Servln 8 and transportation will be furn-j E "S ene Fahnenstock, Mrs. Emil ished on the same schedule as Palrick - and M «- Peter airran ' During the summer months last year. Three new teachers will assume duties in the school. Mother Mary Delores, who has been studying in Rome, will tench first grade, replacing Mother Marie Michelle, who has been transferred to the high school matho- tics department of Ursullne Academy, Springfield. Mother Emmanual, who has spent the past three years in New Helmkaiiip Reunion AI Moro School MORO — The annual Helmkamp family reunion was held at the Moro School on Sunday. Dinner and supper were served to 115 members of the Helmkamp family. The oldest man present was Theodore Helmkamp, 80, of Collinsville. Mrs. Yetta Helmkamp, 76, of Bethalto was the oldest woman present. Bradley Farrell, 9 months old, Wood River was the youngest. New officers chosen for the coming year are Wilford Helmkamp, president; Vernon Helmkamp, vice president; Byron Farrell, secretary, and Ralph Helmkamp, treasurer. Next year's reunion will be at the school. Kane Dairii Queen LABOR DAY SPECIAL i-GAL DAIRY QUEEN SALE ENDS SEPT. 1,1963 B SERVING DAILY BUEAKFAST— 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. LUNCH— 11 a.m. (o 4 p.m. DINNER— 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. SUPPER— • 10 p.m. to mldnlte Dial Edw. 656-3115 or CH 1-6864 for Reservations BHBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB FREE DAIRY QUEEN PENCIL TO SCHOOL KIDS WITH PURCHASES OF lOc OR MORE — WHILE THEY LAST 1808 Washington Upper Alton 115 St. Louis ICa.sl Alton 131 Wood River Wood River KANE W. C. Osbun, Walter Ozbun, Winfred Baugh and E. I. Ozbun left Tuesday for Arkansas, Kan., to visit at the Fred Ozbun home. They will also visit relatives in Blackwell, Okla., and attend the Ozbun reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Abbott and Miss Melody Flamm returned Monday from Tecumseh, Mo., where they spent several days. A.2.C. Alvin Dunham, who has been stationed at Fire Island Air Force Base in Alaska and has been visiting his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. A. D. Dunham, left Sunday for McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey. Rev. H. L. Potter, Kane, was injured Monday in an- automobile accident in Jerseyville. He is a patient in the Jerseyville hospital. Trade-In Special! TRADE IN YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM FURNITURE! Early American 2-P1ECE SUITE Handsome Early American style in your choice of colors! Revertible foam pillows! Pillow backs! Save now by trading your old living rpom furniture I ONLY ITATi ST, Complete Home furnishers OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY 'TIL 9 P.M. QUK COWU5TE 14NE OF CUSTOM DRAPERIES PHONE HO 5-7688 Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Ozbun, Mrs. Lou Ann Hatfill and daughter, Jane, Miss Theresa Brady, W. C. Ozbun, Walter Ozbun, Wanda Meyers and Gene and Hilah Dirksmeyer were guests at a fish fry given by Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Baugh in Delhi Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlton returned Sunday after visiting • his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ester Carlton of Nebo. Sunday dinner guests at the George Milner home were: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burch, Bethalto; Mrs, Dee Burch of Alton; Ernest Milner, Carrollton, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Carr. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cary attended a family reunion Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Seth Cary in Jerseyville. Mother Angela took a four weeks course in administration at Marquette University; Mother Loyola an advanced course in guidance at Qulncy College, and the entire faculty participated In the four weeks math workshop conducted in the Ursuline Convent. Attends Training Session WOOD RIVER - G rover E. Sparks, local business man, returned home today from Indianapolis, Ind., where he has been attending a special training ses- ;ion on color television and stereo, as a guest of the Interstate Supply Co., St. Louis. Sparks was awarded the honor as an award for excelling in the sale of color television sets during the past year. Vacation In Halmnuvs WOOD RIVER — Miss Bonnie Sparks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Graver E. Sparks, Central and Acton Avenues, in company with three Southern Illinois University classmates: Misses Charlene Williams, White Hall; Patty Nell, Hillvicw; and Julie Huber, Edwardsville; have spent the past two weeks vacationing in the Bahama Islands, Fort Laudei 1 dale and Key West, Fla. WOM Meet WOOD RIVER — Birthdays and anniversaries of members were observed at the Tuesday meeting of the Women of the Moose. Mrs. Harold Friemann, senior regent, reports plans for the com- ng weeks will include: a cake walk at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 6 at the mil in benefit of the women's aowling league; Academy of Friendship potluck supper meeting Sept. 9; and a white elephant sale sponsored by the publicity committee as a highlight of the Sept. 10 meeting. Driver Charged After Crash At East Alton EAST ALTON — Mrs. Esther B. Feuquay, 37, of 3394 Mission, Alton, was charged with failing to yield the right of way when the car she was driving struck another car at the intersection of Bowman and Fifth at 9:20 p.m. Tuesday. Claude D. Schneider, 20, of 632 Broadway, East Alton, was going through the intersection and his car was struck in the left side by Mrs. Feuquay's car. Junior High | Enrollment at i Hoxann Friday ROXANA — Tliis year the Roxana Junior High students will report to school at 9 a.m. instead |of the former 8:30 a.m. starting time. Aug. 30 is enrollment day and nil Junior High students are to report between 9 and 1i;30 a.m. to the lobby of the school where home room assignments will bd listed. Home room teachers will issue schedules and their materials, after which students cart pay school, fees and buy school Insurance. Roxana Senior High students will report to the girls gym on Friday between 8:30 and 11 a.m. to register for this term. Each student will receive his class schedule and locker assignment plus having a picture taken for the identification cards. The materials fee is payable at this time and those who wish may buy school Insurance. Cub Supper ROXANA — Cub Scouts of Pack '14 and their families had a pot - luck supper Monday evening at the East End Park and approximately HO persons attended. After the supper, Mrs. Carol Stamper's Den '2 had charge of the games and races. Gary Bradstreet from Den 1 won the sack race; Bobbin Moggio from Den 10 won the ball throw and Clay Davis and Ricky Wehrle from Den 3 won the three - legged race. Court to Sell Collinsville Shopping Center COLLINSVILLE, 111. (AP)—The Orchard Shopping Center in Collinsville will be sold to the highest bidder at a foreclosure sale, Sept, 9, at the Madison County Courthouse. Circuit Judge Joseph Ban- on Aug. 13 gave the shopping center owners, Irvin and Sybil Golfarb, 10 days to pay the $730,219 balance due on a mortgage held by the State Savings and Loan Association of East St. Louis. James Bandy, an attorney for the association, said no payment has been made. About six stores continue to operate at the center, Bandy said. GREENFIELD — Members of the board of education and the administrative staff of Unit District 10 and their families arranged a picnic supper al Valentine Park Friday -evening as a farewell party tor Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Downard and children. Dr. Downard recently resigned as a member and president of the board and Is moving to New Mexico. The group included Dr. and Mrs. Downard, Mr. and Mrs. John 0. Btirch, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gaither, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ford, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Steckol, Mr, and Mrs. William Hembrough, Mr. and Mrs. Ebert Fergurson, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Ross Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Canncdy, and their families. Attends School Mooting GREENFIELD - John 0. Burch, superintendent of the school district, attended a meeting of new superintendents In Illinois last week atthe Illinois Education Association Auditorium in Springfield. The purpose of the meeting was to acquaint new superintendents with the many services of the school organizations and to develop a basis for cooperative relationship among KOXANA. ILL. AIR-CONDITIONED THURS.-FRI.-SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous ;.. from J p.m. No Parkins: Problems'.. Ph. CL 4-OGJ3 or CL 4-7271, THURS.-FRI.-SAT.-SUN. Robert Preston, Shirley Jones, Buddy Ilnakett "THE MUSIC MAN" Color 8:18 Cnrl Russell, David McLean Roger Mobloy "THE SILENT CALL" 7:12 Selected Shorts WED. AA'D THURS. Family Prices—All Seats 2i1c Kiddies Matinee Wednesday Continuous from l p.m. TODAY AND THURS. Stewart Granger Deborah Korr FromM-G.M • TECHNICOLOR I Today Si-lO, 8:48 n.iu. Thurs. at 8:H7 p.m. LOTSA FUN ey Hooney, Woller, Francis, the Talking Mule, in "FRANCIS IN THE HAUNTED HOUSE" Today 7»«0 p.nj. Tliurs. at 7ill p.m. TONIGHT Thru TUES. CAPRI OlD ST LOUIS KD CL.4-2114 Open 7:00 Start Dusk FRANK 2 FUN-FILLED HITS LAFF-RIOT HIT! Please do not reveal the middle.of this picture! IN COLOR! DEAN SAMMY PCIEH DAVI&UWFORD JERRB LEWIS as i PROFESSOR* (A Jerry Lewis Production) TONITE Thru TUES. COLUMBIA PtClllttS 'HFSCNTI A KOXtMAt-SIOMY PKOOUCTION BEL*AIR MWr l,b 41 1 I TR 6 9636 Open 7:00 81 art Dusk N COLOR 'PANAVISW «r DICK w- . 2ND UFF-RIOT! TONY DEAN JANET CURTIS •MARTIN-I THAT LADY? Greenf ield Unit Honors Dr. Downard and Family the various groups. tSmplny Secretory GREENFIELD *- Mrs. Betty Bowman has been employed as a secretary In Unit Dlslrict 10 to succeed Mrs. Robert Cole who lias resigned, effective Sept. 15. Mrs. Bowman lias been employed al the Greenfield Veterinary Clinic the past four years, Greenfield Nntror ' ' *, GREENFIELD—Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Smith and daughter, Kath- erlnc, of Beardstown we're guests of Mr. and Mrs, Frank Greer Sunday. Smith, a former agriculture Instructor In Greenfield, Is Cass County superintendent of schools. Mrs. 0. F. Jones of Glfford Is spending this week with her daughter, Mrs. James McKenzle and family. Mrs. Willettu Kcslnger and son, Jay, of Springfield, have returned home'after spending their vacation with Mrs. Keslngor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Barton. Marquelte Harbor Contract SPRINGFIELD — A contract for $37,800 has been awarded W. R. Wessel, Beardstown, for a boat harbor dredging project at Pere Marquette State Park, near Grafton, Francis S. Lorenz, director of the Illinois Department of Public Works and Buildings, announced today. WITH THE al... MID-TOWN DINING ROOM OPEN SUNDAY at NOON 7th * Central Alton, III. Under New Ownership/ CAFETERIA SPECIALS OF THE WEEK! ONLY Lunch served 11 a.m. till 4 p.m. THURSDAY: Stuffed Green Peppers FRIDAY: Salmon Croquettes and White Sauce SATURDAY: Beef Stew and Roll All With Vegetable And Roll Included Dinner served 4:30 p.m. fill 8:30 p.m. DINE WITH US IN THE EVENING TABLE SERVICE— DINNER OR SANDWICHES SMORGASBORD $ A 75 ALL YOU CAN EAT JL Children under 12 .$1.25 A 1'leiisant Continental Atmosphere Breakfast Served Now at 6 A.M. Dully AU tho Pancakes You can nat only 500 1808 E. Broadway ALTON PLAZA HURRY! LAST 2 NITES—TONITE & THURSDAY Comfortably COOC WILDEY Legend's Mightiest Warrior . . . His Greatest Adv. CBPfiHIl Si l*i TECHNICOLOR- AND WONDRASCOPE PLUS SHOWN ft: 00 AT BOTH THEATRES HE1UEB1BIB DRUMS TELL A TALE OH!! M-G-M present, -COLOR WITH FKANK1IS AVALON — SHOWN 7:35 ONLY SPECIAL LIMITED ENGAGEMENT! WONDERFUL MUSIC! SONGS1 DANCES! . MWORID OF WE BROTHERS GRIM GRAND . . . STARTS FRIDAY! xjouve g 0 t(^ STARTS TONITE FOR 1 WEEK J f ^\-^ [fvfb'tocfo/ IN COLOR ypur Favorite Family Drive-In Office Opens ut 7:00 J8i«JSL ANN- MBURB8N HIT "WHO WAS THAT LADY?" TONY CURTIS Curtooni—Froo I'luyground—Chlluron Ad ASHIMSfU (fir

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