Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 25, 1972 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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Changes walking hnbits Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, August 25, 1972 A-.ll Podiatrist warns on Vedgie' shoes NEW YORK (AP) - Those platform or wedgie shoes in their dashing colors may be the fashion fad, but according to some people: They're bad for the feet. "The foot can't function properly with this type of shoe," says Dr. Monroe Jacobs, president of the Podiatry Society of the State of New York. "The foot Is made up of a number of joints, requiring free movement, and must have a grasping-type shoe to function properly. "This rigid, tall platform shoe—some with five-inch heels set on three-inch platforms—is changing walking habits of many women," Dr. Jacobs goes on. "It's forcing them to shuffle along or rely on a stilt-like gait. It's the only way they can get around." The shoe has a flat, immovable sole, he said, which prevents the free movement feet must have to function in a healthy manner. KRAMER ELECTRIC CO. 29 E. FERGUSON AVE. — WOOD RIVER, ILL. 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The shoe is not flexible, you can't move the sole — and the foot is in a foreign environment, he says, adding: ""Joints that should flex when a person walks cannot As a result, if there's dormant condition in a joint, it will be stimulated and possibly develop other problems." Cooking cues Want a pretty garnish for salad or sandwiches? Cut small sweet gherkins in thin lengthwise slices from lip almost to end and spread the slices apart like a fan. Thawed frozen raspberries make a delightful sauce for baked fresh pear halves. ARTS & GRAFTS DISPLAY at PIASA CREEK ON THE GREAT RIVER ROAD 6 Miles West (Upstream) of Alton yO^* «. ^ Booth Space Available after 9 a.m. *& <± *• Sept. 3 at the display site. Cost $2. Given By MISSISSIPPI RIVER ARTS COUNCIL For Info Call: 1B6-2B83, 462-5483, 482-7342 RECENTLY WED — Residing in Edwardsville after an Aug. 4 wedding Ceremony in St. John's United Church of Christ at Midway are Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Kruckeberg. The former Joyce E. Untfrbrink is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor K. Unterbrink Sr. of Rte. .1., Moro. Her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Cleo F. Kruckc- bcrg Sr. of Rte. 4, Edwardsville. Save on ladies fashion Tops last 2 big days Sale 360 Reg. 4.50. Polyester shirt with stand-up collar and Industrial zipper front. In fashion colors for sizes M.L.XL. flefl. $7. Knit shirt of Arnel* triacetate/nylon with tapered body. In assorted patterns and solid colors for sizes 7 to 15. Reg. $7. Long-sleeve Ban-Lon® shirt of nylon knit for juniors. White, navy, brown, . led, gold, green. 7- 20* bott The knit explosion. Penneys sale prices help you stay on top of it. Sale 480 eg. 6.00. Assorted polyester int shirts with short sleeves, 'ith placket front. Sizes 30-38. Sale 320 Reg. $4. Mock turtleneck knit top with back zipper. Of polyester in white, navy, brown, red. gold. S.M.L. JCPenney We know what you're looking for. Charge It Al JCPenney Eastgate/Open Monday Thru Saturday 10 am to 9 pm Sunday 12:30 To 5:30 pm 'TV doctors' tempted to offer advice when emergencies arise By LINDA DEUTSCII Associated Press Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) - The scene was a festive Hollywood dinner party. Suddenly, an elderly man slumped in !iis chair and someone shouted, "Is there a doctor In the house?" Instinctively, David Hartman and John Saxon both jumped up. Just then a real doctor rushed forward and the TV doctors settled back. Hartman, who stars with Saxon in television's "The Doctors,' tells the story to illustrate how deeply involved actors TV LOG KTVl (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSI) (NBC, 5, KETC », KPLR 11, KDNL 31 FRIDAY EVENING 5:00—2 Petticoat Junction 4 S News 9 Hodge Podge Lodge 11 Dick Van Dyke 30 Father Knows Best 6:30-2 To Tell the Truth 4 Circus 5 Hee Haw 9 Bridge 11 Felony Squad 30 1 Dream of Jeannie 6:55-11 News 7:00-2 SPECIAL: Summer Olyirroica Preview 4 O'Hara, U.S. Treasury 5 Movie (C) 9 Joyce Chen 11 Movie 30 Man from U.N.C.L.E. 7:30—2 Partridge Family 5 SPECIAL: Vietnam Hindsight 9 Get Together 8:04—2 Room 222 4 SPECIAL: Pro Football 30 Movie (C) 8:30-2 Odd Couple 9 Of tthe Record 9:00—2 Love American Style 9 On Being Black 11 Dragnet 9:30—5 Hoe Haw 9:55—11 News 10:00-2 4 5 News 9 Designing Women 11 Dragnet 30 Rifleman 10:30-2 4 Movie (C) 5 Johnny Carson 9 Commonwealth 11 30 Movie 11:00—9 Viewer's Viewpoint 11:05—9 Choral Group 12:00—5 News 11 Flash Gorden 12:15—5 Johnny Bench 30 Movie (C) 12:30—2 Movie 11 Saint 12:45-5 Weather 1:10—4 Movie 1:30—11 News/Religion 30 Movie 2:50—4 News 2:00—2 News/Religion 3:00-4 Movie 4:40—4 News 4:50—4 Movie Saturday August 26 become in long-term roles as doctors. With his show preparation — including medical research, attendance at medical seminars and weeks as an observer at hospitals — Hartman concedes he'd be tempted to administer treatment in emergencies. "Rut there is an ethical problem," he says. "What if I did something wrong? It would be easier if I were a layman with no connection to medicine. In my case, people would say, 'Oh. he's an ac'or and he thinks he knows so much about medicine.' Kansas City Royals vs. New York Yankees 1:30—2 Lone Ranger 11 Cisco Kid 2:00—2 Outdoors: 11 Movie (BW) 2:30—2 Movie (BW) 4 Once Upon a Wheel 3:00—4 Siturday in St. Louis 30 Soul Brotherhood 3:30—5 Outdoors 11 Big Valley 4:00—2 SPECIAL: Little 4 Golf League World Scries 5 Sports Challenge 30 Untamed World 4:30—5 Sports Action Profile 11 Soa Hunt 30 Ensign O'Toole 5:00—4 i\o\i's Makers 5 Survival 11 Leave it to Beaver 30 Land of the Giants 5:30—2 St. Louis Zoo 4 5 News 11 I Love Lucy SATURDAY EVENING 6:00—2 Death Valley Days 4 5 News 11 Mothers-in-law 30 Rifleman 6:30-2 To Tell The Truth 4 Lassie 5 The Olympians 11 Make A Deal 30 I Dream of Jeannie 7:00—2 Summer Olympics 4 All in the Family 5 Comedy Theater 11 Water World 30 Boxing 7:30—4 Mary. Tyler Moore 11 Lawrence Welk 8:00-2 Movie 4 Dick Van Dyke 5 SPECIAL: Pro Football 30 Movie 8:30—4 Arnie 11 Imagination: Set to Music 9:00—4 Mission: Impossible 9:30-11 Kid Talk 10:00—2 4 News 11 Movie 30 Movie (C) 10:15-2 Movie (BW) 10:30-^1 Movie 11:00-5 News 11:30-5 SPECIAL: Shirley B3SS6V 12:00-11 Wrestling 12:10—2 Movie (BW) 12:30—5 Champions 1:00—4 People Speak 11 News 1:30—5 Weather 1:45—2 News/Religion 2:00—4 .Movie 3:50—4 News 4:00—4 Miwie "In the case of a heart attack, I could probably us« common sense or simply first aid like any other layman. It would depend on the situation." Hartman, the tall, rangy actor who portrays Dr. Hunter, the cardiologist with a kindly bedside manner, is entering his fourth season on the series- which switches time slots this year from i's "Bold Ones" period every other Sunday night to a weekly spot every Tuesday night. Because of the long-running role, strangers as well as 4 AAU Champions 5 Film 30 Christ is the Answer 1:30—2 Dimensions 5 Muvie 30 Revival Fires 2:00—2 McHale's Navy 4 Tennis Classic 11 Movie (BW) 30 Day of Discovery 2:30—2 Summer Olympics 30 Kathryn Kuhlman 3;0fl—4 Golf 5 National Automotive Trouble Quiz 30 Good News 3:30—11 Wagon Train 30 Flving Nun •1:00—5 Champions 9 Toy That Grew Up 30 Movie 4:30—4 Animal World 11 Porter Wagoner 5:00—2 Movie (BW) 4 Campaign 5 Wild Kingdom 9 Along the River 11 Bill Anderson 5:15—9 Toute La Bande 5:30—5 News 9 Trcehouse 11 Buck Owens SUNDAY EVENING 6:00—4 News 5 Survival 9 Electric Company 11 Nashville Music 30 Rifleman 6:30-4 Movie 5 World of Disney 9 French Chief 11 Country Carnival 30 Patty Duke 7:00—2 SPECIAL: Summer Olympics 8 Firing Line 11 Country Place 5:45—4 Religion/News 6:00—4 Summer Semester 6:15—2 Thought For Today 6:20—2 Farm Report M&—4 6:30-2 World of Ideas 7-00--4 4 P.S. 4 5 5 Agriculture u 7:00—2 Jerry Lewis 7:20—2 4 Bugs Bunny 7:30—2 5 Dr. Doolittle ' 4 11 Across the Fence 5 7:30—2 Road Runner u 4 Scooby Doo 8:00—2 5 Deputy Dawg 4 11 Herald of Truth 5 8:00—2 Funky Phantom n 4 Harlem Globetrotters 8:15—2 5 Ccrky's Colorama 8:30—4 11 Samson 5 8:30—2 Jackson Five 30 4 The Hail' Bear Bunch 8:45—2 5 PinK Panther 9:OB~2 11 Roller Derby 4 9:00—2 SPECIAL: Summer 5 Olympics n 4 Pebbles & Bamm 30 Bamm 9:30-^1 5 Jet sons 5 9:30-4 Archie 30 5 Barrier Reef 9:45—2 11 .Movie (BW) 10:00—2 10:00—4 Sabrina 4 5 Take a Giant Step 3 10:30— Jo.sie and the Pussy- ll cats 30 11:00—2 Johnny Quest 10:30—2 4 Monkees 4 5 Corky's Colorama 5 11 Soul Street 11:00—2 11:30—2 Fury 4 4 Children's Film Fes- 5 tival n 12:00—2 American Bandstand 11:30—2 5 St. Louis Hop 4 11 Wagon Train 12:110—4 30 Black Circle Hour 5 1:00—2 Mtllalt-'s Navy n 5 Baseball Pie Game 12:30—2 Show 5 30 MIA ic (B\V) 30 1:15-5 SPECIAL; Baseball- 1:00-2 August 27 friends tend to treat Hartman as "Dr. Hunter." "People constantly call me when they have a mediral problem," he says. "My answer." Hartman says jokingly, "is take two aspirins, lots of liquids, get, bed rest and call me tomorrow." "Actually," he adds, "I refer them to a physician." Although he won't give prescriptions off-screen, Hartman is beating out many real doctors as the most sought-after lecturer at medical societies and doctors' and nurses' conventions. 30 Roller Game of the Week 7:30—5 Jimmy Stewart 11 Movie (BW) 8:00-2 SPECIAL: Pro Football 5 Bonanza 9 Masterpiece Theatre 8:30—4 SPECIAL: Life of Leonarda Da Vinci 8:50—9 Two-Way TV 9:00-2 SPECIAL: Burt Bacharach 9 Evening at Pops 11 Soapbox 30 One Step Beyond 9:30—4 David Frost Revue 11 Soul Train 30 Underground 10:00-4 5 News 9 Diamond's Dunggon 10:30-4 Movie (BW) 5 This is your Life 9 Film 11 Bill Fields 30 Rex Humbard 10:45—2 iNews 11-00-2 Movie 5 It Takes a Thief 9 Choral Group 12:00—5 Mews 11 Sur.gs of Faith 12:05—5 Comment 12:15-4 Movie (BW) i2:30—ll News 12:35—5 Weather 12:45—2 News/Religion 1:50-4 Movie (BW) 3:30—4 News 3:40-4 Movie 5:25—4 Religion The Telegraph cannot al- { ways publish last • minute t changes made by the tele- I vision stations. f Religion/News PS 4 Gospel Singing Songs of Faith News/Religion Pattern for Living Camera Three Lester Family Oral Roberts Message of the Rabbi My Father's House America Sings Rex Humbard This is the Answer Kai.n of Our Father* Insight Gi.spel Time Sacred Heart Church Services Lamp Unto My Feet This is the Life Gospel Hour Billy James Hargis Look Up and Live Woody Woodpecker Little Rascals Davey and Goliath Bull winkle The Church Is You Mr. Wizard Roller Derby Movie (BW) Make a Wish Sunday Morning Bugaloos Reluctant Dragon Face the Nation Corky 's Colorama Wrestling Soul Town and Country Tn be Announced .V,ivt the Press V.ivu- (BW) 30 (.ioi-pel Singers Issue i: Answers Stiuunib of Faith Pt-jveption FRIDAY MOVIES 7:00-11 — "A Place Called Glory" (1966) Lex Barker 8:00—30 — "Conspirator" (1049) Robert Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor 10:30—2 - "Ask Any Girl" (1959) David Nivin, Shirley Mac- Laine 11 — "The Falcon in Mexico" (1944) 1'om Conway 30 — "Beast of Morocco" (1963) William Sylvester 11:30—4 — "Murder at the Gallop" (1963) Margret Ruthford 12:15-30 — "Tall Story" (1960) Jane Fonda, Anthony Perkins 12:30—2 — "Hell on Devil's Island" (1957) William Talman 1:10—4 - "A Woman's Face" (1941) Joan Crawford 1:50-30 - "By the Light of the Silvery Moon" (1953) Gordon MacRae 3:00-4 - "Bad Man from Brimstone" (1937) Wallace Berry 4:50—4 — "Spaceways" (1»53) Howard Duff SATURDAY MOVIES 9:30—11 - "Blondie's big Moment" (1947) Penny Singleton 1:00-4 - "This Island Kailh" (1955) Jeff Mi a row, Faith Dem- ;'t) — "Conspirator" (19 W) Robert T-ivior, Kli/abtHh Taylor 2:00-11 — "Live \Vjiv" (M-!'i) Leo lioiiry, Hunt/ Hall L':30— :' — "Bailout at 43,000" (1957) John Payne 8:00—2 - "The Sheriff of Fractured Jaw" (11)58) Kenneth More, Jauit 1 Mansfield .10 — "Operation A;!;iiili>" ( 1 9 (i :i ) Jdhn Kric.Min, JVni 10:00-11 - "My Favorite Blonde" (1942) Bob Hope, Gale Sondergaard 30 — "Creature of Destruction" (1967) (C) Les Tremayne 10:15-2 — "Money Trap" (1966) Glenn Ford, P.ita Hayworth 10:30-4 - "Imitation of Life" (1959) Lana Turner, John Gavin 12:05-2 - "The House on i)2nd Street" (1945) William Eythe 2:00—4 — "The Best Things in Life are Free " (1956) Gordon MacRae, Dan Dailey 4:00-4 — "Jubilee Trail" (1953) V e r a Ralston, Joan Leslie SUNDAY MOVIES 10:30-30 - "Wild Stallion" (1952) Ben Johnson, Martha Hyer 12:00-11 - "Flame of Barbary Coast" (1945) Jonn Wayne 1:30-5—"Mission Mars" (1968) Darrin Mo- Gavin, Nick Adams 2:00-11 - "The Fatal Hour" (1940) Boris Kiirloff, Grant Withers 4:00-30 - "A Son:,' to Remember" (1945) Cornell Wilde 5.00—2 — "Money Trap" (196U) Glenn Ford, Rita Hayworth 6:30—4 — "Assignment K" (19H8) C. Stephen Biiyil 7:30—11 — "Goin To Town" (1935) Mae Wi'st, Paul Cavanaugh 10::il)-4 - -High Noon" (illi'.M Gary Cooper, l.Ui\ii Bridges 11:01)-:' - "Asylum for a S p y " (l 96 7) Robert Slack, Felica Fai r 12:15-4 - "The Black Scorpion" (1957) Richard Denning 1:}»--! - ••llellfire" I.MliN William Klhott 3'-lo- ••) -- "Woman in a l>:i'»siiig Gmvn" (ly.iV i Yvonne Mitch-

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