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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1963 Friday Evening TV Digest (R) npnotcs Hobroiiciciisl KTVI (AIM;) 2, KMOX (MIS) 4, KSl) (NIM;) 5. KI'I.H I" FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull «:00—2 -1 .'i News f) \Vh-ifs New? 11 Tlircc Sloopes (R) 6:15—2 City Camera 4 5 Weather & Spoils 11 Rocky * His Friends fi:25—2 Weafiicr 4 Summary: Allen 5 Recap: Condon 6:30—2 77 SUNSET STRIP (Sonson Pmnlrrr) Under Jack Webb's direction. 4 Rawhide (R) 5 International Showtime —The Great Scott Circus fl Challenge of Chen™? II People Are Funny (R) 7:00—0 Painting - Finishing Tips 11 Best of Groucho (R) 7:30-2 nriiKE'S LAW (I'ro- niicro) Millionaire captain ol detectives solves murders. Gene Hurry stars & Gary Conway & Kr;fj.'i Toomey are featured. •1 Route 66 (R) 5 Sine With Mitch (R) 9 Pittshurph Symphony Concert 11 High Road to Danger 8:00—11 i Search for Adventure 8:30—2 FARMER'S DAUGHTER (Premiere) Naive farm girl works as governess in household of a Congressman in Washington. Inger Slovens stars •1 SPECIAL: Hr'rty Gab!< r '•> Harry's Gil-Is n KETC Programs Piv vi pw 11 Jeff's Collie (R) !»:(>n—2 Fight of the 'Veek 5 JACK I'AAR (Season I'm mi ere) 9 St. Louis at Nine 11 Movie — "Lisbon" (195fi) Maureen O'Hara. Ray Millanci 9:43—2 Make That Spare in: 00—2 '1 5 News <) Tall-.- With Eric Hoffer in: 10—2 5 Weather 10:15—2 Stove Aller 5 Johnny Carson 10:20-'! Wivithcr 12:25—1 Eye-Line: Roby 10:.'JO—'1 Movie — "Going My Way" (1:1141 Bing Crosby. Barry Fitzgerald 10:50—11-Movh — "The DaltonV Ride Again" (19-55) Alan Curtis, Kent Taylor 31: 45—2 Movie — "Oregon Passage" (1958) Lola Albright John Ericson 32:00—5 Tonighl in St. Louis J2:30—5 11 News 12:40—11 Ncwsreels & Religion 12:50—4 Movie — "Lady of the Tropics" (1938) Hedy La mar Robert Taylor 1:1.5—2 News & Sports 1:20—2 Mahalia Jackson 2:30—4 News & Religion "Remember her birthday? Mary, I can't remember what her original hair color was." even Fraternities Overlooked In Drive for Integration Saturday Daytime, Sept. 21 5:45—4 Give Us This Day 5:50—'1 News 6:00—4 Town & Country 6,-30-4 P.S. -1 7:00—4 Your Share in Space 5 Modern Farming 7:30—4 Cartoon Corner 5 Ruff 'n Reddy 7:45—2 Mahalia Jackson 7:50—2 Farm Report' 7:55—2 News Break 8:00—2 Documentary 4 Capt. Kangaroo 5 Corky the Clown 11 Modern Almanac 8:30—11 For Your Information 9:00—2 Casper & Company 4 Alvin Show (R) 5 Shari Lewis 11 Wild Bill Hickok (R) 9:30—2 Jetsons (R) 5 King Leonardo 10:00—2 CARTOONIES (Season Premiero) 4 Rin Tin Tin (R) 5 Fury 11 Clutch Cargo 10:30—2 BEANY & CECIL (Season Premiere) 4 Roy Rogers (R) 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 11 Felix the Cat 11:00—2 BUGS BUNNY (Season Premiere) New NBC Western Falls Flat By CYNTHIA LOWBY AP Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AF^ — "Temple Houston," NBC's new horse opera, may provide the most interesting mystery of the television year. Not the series but the network thinking in substituting it al the eleventh hour for the Robert Taylor scriss with which it originally planned to open ils Thursday night schedule. The first episode Tliu-.sciay night introduced a barrister in bockskin alleged to be Sam Houston's son. It looks as though NBC has acquired the offspring of "Gun- smoke" and "Perry Mason." The marriage has produced an hour- long hybrid combining the worst cliches of both. Temple, played by Jeffrey Hunter, seems to he an ambulance chaser on horseback—at least he hunted up a couple of men suspected of murdering a marshal and nailed them as clients. It was neither a good Western nor a suspensefu! courtroom drama. ABC's "Jimmy Dean Show" Thursday night proved to be a pleasant, relaxed variety hour, combining an informal country style with a sophisticated background. Tonight, ABC serves up its completely changed "77 Sunset Strip," with Kfre/ Zimbalist Jr., the sole surviving pri\ytc eye (6':30-7:;!0 Central Daylight Time). The pr» miere program is called "Five." On CBS (8:HO-10l there's Ingrid 'Bergman in a special adaptation 'of Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler," with Trevor Howard. "Hoolenanny," expanded to one hour, lias its ABC debut on Saturday (6:307:30 p.m.), and will continue" to concentrate on folk and country music stars. "The Jerry Lewis Show," live from Hollywood and expected to range from comedy to learned conversation, lakes over the network channel from 8:30 to 10:30. Another of CBS' "Roots of Freedom" specials will he seen on Sunday (56 p.m.) with King Paul and Queen Krederiku of Greece 1 showing the Parthenon. NBC's "Bill Dana Show," with Bill play ing his Jose Jimenez character, nioviw. into position at (». CBS also has a musical special (7-8) mark ing the year's anniversary of New York's Lincoln Center. "Show of the Week," with its second show of the new season, will try an original comedy, "The Hold-Up," or NBC (HO). 4 Sky King (R) 5 Mr. Wizard 11 Commando Cody 13:30—2 Allakazam 4 Cartoon Corner (R) 5 Bullwinkle (R) 11 Mischief Makers Noon—2 MY FRIEND FLICKA (Season Premiere) 4 SS Popeye 5 St. Louis Hop 11 Movie — See Fri., 9 p.m. Ch. 11 12:30—2 American Bandstand 4 Movie — "Luxury Liner" (1948) Jane Powell, George Brent 1:00—5 Top Star Bowling 1:30—2 Movie — "Sinbad the Sailor" (1947) Maureen 0' Hara, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. 2:00—5 Robin Hood (R) 11 Suspense Theater 2:15—4 Inside KMOX-TV 2:30—4 Closeup: Allen 5 Bowery Boys (R) 8:00—4 News: Carmichael 3:15—4 Pro Football 11 Movie — See Fri., 10:50 p.m., Ch. 11 3:30—2 AFL Highlights 4 SPECIAL: NCAA Football — Washington at Air Force 5 Ripcord (R) 4:00—2 Wide World of Sports 5 NFL Highlights By TIIK ASSOCIATION PKKSS Negroes, who have tumbled educational racial barriers in a massive national drive, so far have paid little attention to one aspect of college life — the fra- lernity and sorority. In some colleges and universities across the country, the Negro already is included on the rolls of such campus organ iza- tions. In other schools there exist all- Negro sororities and fraternities. In most other institutions where fraternities and sororities have no nonwhite members, the Negro so fai has done little to indicate he wants to join. Big Enough Step Several regional officials of the National Association 'or the Advancement of Colored People said the Negro feels being admitted to previously all-white schools was a g enough step for the present. Chester Lewis, president of the Wichita, Kan., chapter of the NAACP, said he believed the breaking of any racial barriers hat might exist in fraternities •\nd sororities "is the farthest hing from the Negro thinking ight now, what with other prob- erfTs they face." However, Laplois Ashford, na- ional director of the youth and •ollege division of the NAACP, said his group was "planning some type of activities through which we eventually hope to in- egrale these fraternities and sororities." "It is true that the Negro has lot on his mind right now and it might be a little while before we can begin on this problem full 4:30—5 CAPT. GALLANT son Premiere) 11 Safari 5:00—5 Wrestling at 5 (Sea- force, but it is in the planning stage," he said. He said that when such a pro- had fraternities or sororities which had racial clauses written into the charters or bylaws. However, such clauses do appear in the constitutions and charters of some national fraternities and sororities. In most such cases, college of ficials said, the individual fraternities contend they do not abide by the regulations Ir some instances, local groups lifve broken away from the parent organization rather than live up to the discrimination clause. Despite all that, educators said there was a conspicious absence of Negroes in most of the nation's fraternities and sororities. Bunker Hill Unit Installs Mrs. Moulton BUNKER HILL — The Homemakers Extension Unit met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Robert Smith. Members voted to change the meeting date from the third Wednesday in the month to the second Wednesday of the month. The annual meeting will be held at the Glades in Carlinville on Oct. 29. Officers training school will be Oct. 1 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Carlinville. New officers were installed and are as follows: Chairman, Mrs. Fred Moulton; vice chairmen, Mrs. Robert Smith and Mrs. William Moulton; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Robert Fensterman. "The minor lesson, "Parliment- ary Procedure," was given by gram is put into effect, "the drive i Mrs. Ralph Huette and the major will be made on the campuses of lesson, "Language Behavior Pat Northern, Midwestern and West- rn schools first." 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Actually filmed on the island of Maui! r lhe ROUGHEST, TOUGHEST BAR in all Hawaii!! IlIALltN 1 WARDEN tii'lRO.lfofan *iiUWOUR TECHNICOIOtf TARLIGHT COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. OK OI'KNS AT 7:00 2ND HIT Slim-ins Hurt I-awubtcr, Kirk In VibtavUion anil Technicolor GUNFIGHTtfi: UK CORRAL LATE OWL SHOW TONITE & SATURDAY "GOING STEADY" COUW' CAJU'OONS — VKKK I'LAVUKO L',NU — CHHJ91UON ADMITTED FltKK! Barbara Vogt Heads Club At Carrollton CARROUTON — Miss Barha- !ra Vogt was elected president of 'the Happy Hompmaker's 4-H Club af an organization meeting la&t week at the home of one of the leaders, Mrs. Glenn Diehl. Other officers elected were Miss Nancy Hamann, vice president; Miss Karen Diehl, secretary; Miss Kathleen Godar, reporter; Miss Sharon Standefer, recreation leader; Miss Pamela Willey, sonp; leader and Miss Eileen Cory and Miss Elaine Khoads, delegates to the Greene County 4-H Club Federation. The program for the year was planned and committees w e re chosen for the Parly-A-Month Project. Projects to he studied during the year were chosen. Eighteen girls were present, including three new members. Refreshments were served by the leaders, Mrs. Glenn Diehl and Mrs. Richard Hamann. The next meeting will be Oct. 9 at the home of Mrs. Richard Hamann. One-Way Streets CARROLLTON. — Police Chief George McDonough is announcing that Fourth Street between Sycamore and Pine, will be a one-way street, Monday through Friday each week from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. This action has become necessary to relieve traffic congestion due to school buses loading and unloading during school hours and also by the loading .and unloading of cars in which children are taken ^o school by their parents. | Carrollton Notes i CARROLLTON — Fred Robin-i son went to St. Louis Thursday! morning to visit his father. Kenneth Robinson, who recently underwent major surgery in Barnes Hospital. Miss Mildred Kinkade is spending a few days with the Rev. and Mrs. Bill Beeney at a dude ranch near St. Louis. Greene County Will Enforce New Curfew Law CARROLLTON - The State curfew law which went info effect September 1, will be enforced in Carrollton and in the other cities in Greene County by the Greene County sheriff, the Carrollton Police Department, t h e White Hall Police Department, the Roodhouse Police Department and the Greenfield Police Department. The curfew prohibits persons under 18 from being out between midnight and 6 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights and between the hours of 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. on other nights. Only those who are accompanied by an adult or who are on their way to work are excused. \ Failure to obey the curfew will subject the offender to a fine of $10 to $100. The parents may be fined and if the present rules are not obeyed the * local authorities may impose stricter curfews. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON.—David Hindelang, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hindelang, received a body injury while practicing football after school Wednesday and is a patient at Boyd Memorial Hospital. He is a freshman at Carrollton High School. Frank Shallue of Carrollton entered the hospital as a medical patient Wednesday. Admitted Thursday as medical patients were Mrs. Marjorie Young of Shipman, Perry Hardwlck and Paul Vice of Kane, and Miss Mary Frances Mehl of Carrollton. Dismissed Wednesday were Mrs. Gertrude Robley and Edward .1. Hanlon of Carrollton, Terry Martmnn of White Hall, and Mrs. Linda Reif and son of Elclred. 'Mrs. Florence Camerer of Carrollton was dismissed Thursday. llth Birthday CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Holmes entertained at a skating party Monday evening at the Robinson Skating Rink in celebration of the llth birthday of their daughter, Darla. Guests were the pupils of the sixth grades in the Carrollton Elementary School. Discussion Panel CARROLLTON — Joe Conrad of Cnrrollton who represented Greene County in a District 5 Farm Bureau Young People's Discussion Panel Wednesday evening in Hillsboro, was one of the three winners and will receive a $25 bond and an all-eXpense-paid trip to the annual Illinois Agricultural Association meeting in Chicago in November. VARIETY IN SEATTLE j"The Lady's Not for Burning," SEATTLE (AP) - For its first!Robert Aurdrey's "Shadow of j Heroes" and Anton Chekhov's The Sea Gull." Over - all di- season, Theater Give your expandable blood to save an unexpendable American. ing refreshments by Mrs. Tom Moulton and Mrs. Lydia Dey. GOING BALD? For Dramatic Story See Page 7 of Section 1. HILL TOP RESTAURANT! By Pass 66, '4 Mile Southwest of Edwardsville CHICKEN & DUMPLINGS 991 ALL YOU CAN EAT! | SATURDAY & SUNDAY | 1 Serving 12 Noon to 10 P.M. Hamburgers Carry Out Only! - DANCE Sat., September 21 !| 9 p.m.-l a.m. Music by PEARL FERGUSON Members and Guests Welcome ALTON MOOSE LODGE No. 951 Completely Air Conditioned 3821 College Alton Open 6:45—Start 7 p.m. Admission Sat., Sun. Adults GOc—Kiddies 25c Admission Friday Only Adults 70c—Kiddies 35c Matinee Sat. and Sun. TONIGHT Through SUN. BOB HOPE And LUCILLE BALL — IN — FANCY PANTS In Technicolor Tonight tit 7:12 p.m. Sat., Sun. 3:35, 7:22 p.m. HUGH O'BRIAN D. Hurt, Joan Caulfielcl iWG-M prel*nt) PANAVISION gland METROCOUOF? ToniRht ut 8:50 p.m. I Sat., Sun. 1:30, 5:27, 9 p.m. I the Seattle Repertory is scheduling a wide variety of five plays to be given over a 30 - week span starting Nov. 13. "King Lear" is to open t h e new civic project. Other offerings are to be Max Frisch's "The Firebugs," Christopher Fry's • Sausage • Mushroom • Pepperoni • Hamburger /k Your Choice S <^ <> Large Size! Regularly $1.60 O o o o } FRIED CHICKEN Eat Here Or Carry Out $1.09 VIETH'S 2518 State St. Phone 465-9796 • For the Kiddies! FREE ICE SREftM CONES (Saturday, and Sunday, Sept, 21-22) Fifth, ( hlcUcn, Shrimp, Chili, R-H-Q, Tumult's, Sunducs, C'ones, SlwUes, Soft Drinlis. EASTQATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER East Alton O()un 11 to 11 p.m. I'HONK 354-4007 VOR CAKltY OUTS! TONITE Thru TUES. BEL*AIR HWY.66&111 TR.6-9636 Open 7:00 Start Dusk SAVIOR of the VIRGINS? "I will avenge the tribute of the Hundred Maidens! I will strike the infidels while they revel in their sinful pleasures!" Passion and Violence Overwhelms the Screen! FRANKIE AVALON The BIG,HOT, BOLD picture that touches every raw nerve Paul Newman The Young Phiiadeiphians TONITE Thru TUES. 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