Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 7, 1961 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, APRIL 7. (AW) l» ftMOftCCOS) 4, HBO (MM) * KM* it Friday Evening TV Digest CAREERS NIGHT HOSTS Joseph Pokach, senior counselor, meets with student committee to make arrangements for the targe crew of hosts and hostesses on Careers Night, Tuesday, at Alton High School. Stand- ing, left, Pukaeh, Scott McLain, and Dale Bower. Seated, left, Delores Richards, Sue Sheldon, student chairman, and Joy Watkins. 64 Students Readied for Hosts' Job Sixty-four Alton High School students met Thursday to begin training as hosts and hostesses for the annual Careers Night on Tuesday. Joseph Pukach, senior counselor, told the group that their job will be to handle "the matter of meeting the consultants, making 'them feel at home, and introduc- for talks and discussions on spe- ing them with maturity and good j cine fields of work. More than 30, 1 Judgment- to the group to whom :«»'»«* shakers are scheduled. iflwv will speak. \ .". ., j .u . * .. u» i He added hat as far as he • knows. Alton is the only school In About 1.000 students have signed! 3 for participation in the pro-1 ram which is designed to give Knows. AHOH is tne onty **••». »' j , hem jnsi ^ t , , ^ the area that actually turns such: * *" an important undertaking over to| students. j rV|nppt*t $f»t Careers Night win start with an; V^UUlxCl I OCl assembly in the auditorium alj 7:30. Student Coordinator Ellen | Young. G. C. Davis, principal, and | Dr. J. B. Johnson, superintendent of schools, will welcome the students, parents and speakers be. fore they go to designated rooms THANKS We wish to Thank those who voted for and supported us in TUESDAY'S election in Foster Township. THOMAS HARRIS—Supervisor DONALD GOLIKE—Clerh LEROY BIERBAUM—-Assessor My Sincerest Thanks to Everyone Who Contributed to My Being Elected Tax Collector HAROLD C. HAYCRAFT WOOD RIVER TOWNSHIP VOTERS THANK Indeed It Is Greatly Appreciated LESLIE "Les" PREHN 0:00-8 Jim Bowte 4 News: Max 5 News: John Roedct § News: WiiNW Row 6:10-4 Weather: Fontaine S Weather with Armand 6:15-4 CBS News: Edward* 5 Huntley, Brtnkley N«wa 9 Inside Basketball 6:39-a Funday Funnies 4 Rawhide: Cecil Kellaway plays desert rat with penchant for ballet and can-can dancing In "Incident in the Middle of Nowhere." ; :i Happy: Eight Oriental' orphans arr left with the Days for weekend just when they are trying to prove to wealthy cou-' pie their motel is the most peaceful in Pnlm Springs. •. 9 American Perspective: ' The Hero as a Warrior — Ernest Hemingway 11 Bold Journey 7:00—2 Harridan and Son: Client gets Harrigans involved in murder case when court opponent turns up dead in "Man Who Wouldn't Stay Dead." j 5 Mister Ed i 9 College Math j 11 Man and Challenge ; 7:30—2 Flintstones: Fred ac-, cepts offer to co-star in weight-, reducing commercial and winds up threatening legal action in; "Fred Flintstone. Before andj After." | 4 Route 66: Tod and Buz| see a customer in roadside j diner in Nevada pay coffee tab; out of a suitcase full of bills i in "Eleven, the Hard Way." 5 Nanette Fabray: Health and old age concern Nan and Dan in "Those Golden Days.", 9 Ragtime fin: «hop quKitet and "Thaw ttMl 8)fl||lnt{ Song*." 11 Mike Hammer 8:00-2 77 Sunset Strip: Bailey hired to find missing husband, tolls murder scheme In "Vamp TH Ready." 5 Sing Along With Mitch: (Color) Guy Mitchell, Louise O'Brien, Leslie Uggams guest stars. 9 Heritage: Philosophy of Art 11 Tightrope j 8:30-4 Way Out: Constance j Ford stars with Anthony Daw-: son In "I Heard You Calling" drama of woman plagued by mysterious phone calls. 9 Casals Master Class 11 M Squad 9:00—2 Robert Taylor: The DP•! tectives: Killer-bandit holds lieu-; tenant's son hostage in "Terror 1 on Ice." 4 Twilight Zone: Cliff Robertson stars as weary leader • of wagon party who has only; a fragment of his dream of a, promised land left, until he suddenly discovers himself in a new world in "A Hundred : Yards Over the Rim." 5 Michael Shayne: Wo- 1 man retains Shayne when her husband is arrested and held for questioning about a yacht explision in "The Boat Caper." 9 Pulse 11 Movie: Paul Muni. Gene 1 Tlerney, Vincent Price: "Hudson's Bay" (1940) Banished English nobleman and two French fur trappers set up trading post. 9:30—2 Law and Mr. Jones: fV INgeil Attorney K&HH (Ml mw o&vs ^^ McM^^^^fe A^ M^A^^^t^ A^MMv . CQ WIIIRM to wiuiiKHO twitii in "MM Culpa." 4 fiycwittwn to History "Countdown In Room 8," rapor on nuclear teat tan talks taking place in Geneva. 9 Heritage: Louis Arm strong featured. 10:00-2 Sea Hunt 4 News: Spencer Allen 5 News: Bob HlUe 9 News: Walter Rosa 10:10-4 Weather: Fontaine 5 Weather: St. James 10:15-4 Eye on St. Louis 5 Jack Paar: Joan Fairfax. Robert Merrill, Hans Con rled. Jack Douglas and Reiko guests. (Repeat) 9 Favorite Reading 10:30—2 Movie: Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis: "At War With the Army." (1951) Comedians Join the Army. 4 Movie: Louis Hayward, Patricia Medina: "Fortunes of Capt. Blood" (19SO) Doctor becomes Spanish Main's most feared pirate. 11:00—11 Movie: Patricia Roc, Ronald Howard: "House In the Woods" (1938) Ghost of murdered wife refuses to stay dead. 12:00—4 Movie: Marlon Brando, Teresa Wright: "The Men" (1930) Paralyzed vvar vet tries to adjust to society. 5 News 12:03—5 Movie: Michael O'Shea, Susan Hayward: "Jack London" (1943) Bio of famed writer. 12:15—2 News: Comedy Time 12:40-2 Daily Word 1:25—4 News: Prayer 1:33—5 Weather Report. with John ft. Junes ASf AIRK HOSTS ALCOA PRR MIERR: Fred Astatre will host ABC's new hour and half-hour drama series "Alcoa Premiere" slnted for Tuesday nights next fall. Series wIM mark Astaire's first appearance on a regularly scheduled TV series and net an jnouncps he will star in several of i thr planned programs. "Prp- • mlere" will go into production ; within three weeks at Revue Shi- jrilos in Hollywood. Programs range from adventure to music 'and comedy in hour and half-horn lengths. "8TKKI, HOW RKNKWBtl: i CBS-TV's "U.S. Steel Hour" has I been renewed for the '61-'62 sea; son according to announcement for the mw NMM fWs will be filmed by Ftsot 8tM» Powell's pnxluoftiB company and will feature Powell as host each week and alar in at least a third of the hour dramas. David Nlven, Charles Boyer, Curt Jur- ;ens, Robert Morley and Jack Hawkins have been signed a» guest stars. Sponsor has already purchased series. WORE RfSftKWALS FOR NBCi "Tales of WeMs Fargo" and "Thriller" have been purchased for the new season. "Fargb" will be expanded to hour for Us ttfth season and be televised on Saturdays instead of the current Monday night spot. "Thriller", now on Tuesdays, will move to Monday. JFK REPORT NO. «: Presidpnf John F. Kennedy will describe thr way the White House functions under the administration and the roles of the key staff members who make it work, when he ap pears on "JFK-Report No. 2" on NBC-TV Tuesday. April 11, (Ch. 5.) AXATOMV OK A HOSPITAL: Special program studying Suwfey, April**- mrtatw. AIL Nanette » Thank You For The Fine Complimentary Vote JAMES P. GORMAN ASSESSOR For Hardin HighTonight HARDIN — The chorus of Unit 40 High School will present its annual spring concert at 8 p.m. today in the Hardin gym. In addition to the chorus, the program will include an instrumental o^iartet, and the Hardin- aires, a singing group. Bake Sale HARDIN — The American Legion Auxiliary will sponsor a bake sale Saturday afternoon in the Corbett Ford Garage here. The women will have food items at the booth 'about 1 p.m. 'Skating Rink HARDIN — The Legion skating; rink, which was badly damaged in | ;a recent wind storm, has been re-j paired, and the re-opening is \ .scheduled for Saturday evening. 1 jThe skating sessions will remain on the same schedule as was followed previously—children at 6:30 p.m. and adults at 8:30 p.m. Church Pinner HARDIN—The annual ham din- Iner of St. Michael's parish in Michael will take place Sunday. Serving will begin at noon and. continue until 4 p.m. ! Godfrey Voters to Pick School Trustee ! GODFREY—A Godfrey township school trustee will be elected Sat-: urday. Only candidate who filed for the post is Milton Brecht. : Township residents must vote! I for the trustee at the town hall. | j Although Brecht is the only can- ididate, there is room for write- iins on the ballot. j Three trlustees are on the spe- cail board, with elections on a (staggered six-year term for each. i OSLO, Norway — A plank"ed I roadway which dates back to me-| dieval times has been discovered {in the older section of this city. ! Wooden planks rest on logs which run lengthwise along a 13-foot street. Cellars to houses long gone also were found. Saturday Daytime, April 8 6:00—4 PS 4: How to Spell 7:00—2 Community Campus 4 Movie: Roy Rogers "Billy The Kid" Western 5 Modern Farming 7:30—5 Abbott and CosteUo 8:00-4 Young Adutts 5 Whistle V Ranch 8:30-4 Outside In 5 Corky the Clown 9:00—2 Cartoon Capers 4 Capt Kangaroo 5 Shari Lewis: (Color) 9:30—2 Sheena 5 King Leonardo. (Color) 10:00—2 Flash Gordon 4 Alakazam 5 Fury 10:30—2 Suzy's Playroom 4 Roy Rogers 5 Lone Ranger 11:00—2 Michaels in Africa 4 Sky King 5 True Story 11:30—2 Laurel and Hardy 4 SS Popeye 5 Detective's Diary | Noon—2 Age of Comedy 5 St. Louis Hop 11 Frontiers of Science 12:30-2 Pip The Piper 4 Mighty Mouse 11 Movie: Bob Baker: "Courage of The West" (1937) Western 1:00-2 Movie: Fred Astaire: "Follow the Fleet" (1936) Song and dance man joins Navy 4 Let's Eat 5 Movie: Hopalong Cassidy: "Stick to Your Guns" (1941) Western 1:30—4 People's Choice 11 Big Picture | 2:00—4 Montage j 5 Movie: George Sanders j "House of Seven Gables" (1940) i Mystery j 11 Movie: Bela Lugosi: • "Human Monster" (1940) Scotland Yard investigates five drownings, seek monster responsible. 2:30-4 lion 3:00-2 4 3:15-4 3:30-2 4 5 Washington Conversa- Byline — Steve Wilson Inside KMOX-TV News: Roger Grimsby Californians Challenge Sherwood Forest 11 Lester Band 4:00—2 Championship Bowling 4 Masters Golf Tourney: Jim McKay, Jim McArthur, Tom Harmon report. 5 Bowling Stars 11 Capt. ll's Showboat 4:30—5 Capt. Gallant 11 Deputy dawg 5:00—2 Movie: Robert Lowery"I Shot Billy the Kid" (1951) Western 4 Movie: John Wayne: "Telegraph Trail" (1933) Western 5 Youth Speaks Up 11 Circus Boy 5:30—5 Range Riders 11 MacKenzie's Raiders i from HIP net. It is TV's oldest con! tinning hour dramatic series dp-1 patients. Ibuting in October 1953 and a C'B-^JaSHM feature since '55. Produced by The i Theatre Guild. "Steel Hour" is presented on alternate Wednes' days. i SQUARE WORLD OF PAAR TO JBE REPEATED: "The Square World of Jack Paar" which received high ratings on original (broadcast Jan. 31, 1961. will be repeated on Tuesday, May 2. During the hour. Paar relives many escapades during the numerous trips he. his family and friends' have taken around the world. Home mo\ies. accompanied by a travelogue in "Paar-ese", cover 12 countries, 17 cities and four conj tinents. | ALL-STAR GOLF ON NBC: Top i pro-golfers will compete for cash prizes on "All-Star Golf" which will be presented on NBC-TV next season. Series has been on ABC. DICK POWELL ON NBC: "Dick Powell Mystery Theatre" will be presented on NBC-TV alternate niece, Smokey Fabares, appears with her famous aunt to tonight's episode of NBCa "Nanette ffabray Show". Smokey, whose flfst warn* Is also Nanette, Is the Shelly Fabares of "The Reed Show", -o- Producers of "Robert Taylor's Detectives" «re afraid the do-it-yourself trend has gone too far. Dttrlng filming of tonight's segment two huge sides of beef were used 1o provide realism in meat locker scene. As soon as the director ypHcd "cut" for the last time, knives appealed mysteriously from every corner of thr set. CttRt and crew members descended on the beef and within minutes hurl sliced off enough steaks to ford a battalion. PARIS - Beatrice Hardion, 28, rtntighter of the French ambassador to Brazil, expressed concern over whnt her father would say nbotil her horse racing ac- Hospital <Cnmhrid<z«\J th : jtj(i _ s as shp rp( . pivp d the first Mass. City Hospital> and t h >"i p | n( . r aw ,,,.,i j,, a society women's problems faced daily by its do( - (l . }|( , k pv( , n( noar nrr( , tors, nurses, administrators nnrP will br presented on'Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" NOW ~/0 The Ladies Who Wash At Our EdwardaviUe flood Location/ B-LOV-LEE *£,^ O af rear ol Service for TWO CONVKNIEXT LOCATIONS Wilshire Mall Shopping Center—East Alton 382 Edwardsville Read—Wood River F. E. GILBERT Painting-Decorating Co. Dial GL 4-0245 Honesty Is Our Policy <'; THE BEST POSSIBLE HOME LOAN ON THE BEST POSSIBLE TERMS Citizens has a parka^t- plan thnt inrlurttvs evrrythinf; payment of principal, interest, taxes and insurance The Telegraph's Daily Radio Chart FRIDAY N—Newt ' W—Weather i S—Sport* KSD (NBC) 550 KC WEW (MBS) 770 KC KMOX (DBS) 1120 KC KWK 1880 KC WOKZ 1670 KC if- '*- f 3 t ^ i Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Although I Was Unopposed, Your Vote Was Sincerely Appreciated GLENN WESTERHOLD Assistant Supervisor-Elect THANK YOU Voters of Alton Township To those who supported me in my candidacy for AmUt- ant Bupervlkor ... my «ln- cere thanks. TONY VICARI MY THANKS TO I he Wudd River Township lax- pater*' League, All the Unions In Wood River Town»hto and everyone ?>*e who contributed 10 mv bein* elected MY PLEDGE: No oue shall profit at the of the ROBERT ZITT / wish to express my sincere thanks.,., •ltd appreciation to all my friend* and lupporters who were responsible tor my re-election to office. «MOE" ELLIOTT Alton City Treasurer T THANK YOU Voter* of District No. 'i—Wood Rlvur, Ft. Kukoell, Moro Towiikhipk and Precinct 'i aud 3 In f.'hou- teaii Township for your support in Tuesday'* Election. HERBERT J. ELLIOTT Candidate tor Justice of the Peac* THANK YOU May t express my deepest appreciation and grateful thankf to everyone) that voted for and aiiisted me in any way in the recent township election, ROY MORROW N: S: Law Business: W«lk Hllle N Lombardo: N Music World N; W; Music Music World Music; N: W N, W: Davti B. Anthony S: N N: S N: Richard K. Richard N: Richard K. Richard N; Music S. Digest .1. 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MthBuPontlucMfaJl Paint Wonderful new paint by Du Pont makes re-doing any room easier than ever before. Creamy-thick "Lucite" Wall Paint needs no stirring or priming. Won't spatter or drip like ordinary paint. Spreads ever-so-easily with brush or roller; leaves rich, flat finish, dry to the touch in 30 minutes. No messy clean-up either. Just soap and water! SIMPLE PICTURE DIRECTIONS ON THE BACK OF THE CAN NEW LUCITE WALL PAINT ONLY For matching woodwork- 2' M " GALLOH "Oucq" Satin Sheen Enamel qr. 19 lovely colors and 7: Stbfoe iVMMt €9M»tY Dial CL 4-4368 130 N, H*ller Av«, WOOD RIVER FREE DELIVERY WAI i PAIN! Bwuty without Bothi'i N: Burk* .1 Burlc* Music World • I *i N; W; Music Music: N; W N: 8 Your Service N, Davis O Davis N Davis O Davis N: Day Bob Day ii i* AP N G. New some Music World •» i* N, W. Mu»iC Music N; W N; S S Afternoon N; Davis Ci. Davis N; Davis d Davis Jersey Rotr. On Campus Met. Opera Music world 'I *i N. W, MuaiC Music; N: W Fan in Stands Dugout Inter. 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