Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1968 · Page 44
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 44

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 27, 1968
Page 44
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 2t, 1§88 Make this year's vacation the best ever ... Heart Assn. Names New Field Chief Larry McConkey of Decatu has joined the Illinois Hear Assn. as a field director wit! offices at Edwardsville, it wa announced today. take your Telegraph along... with a VACATION SUBSCRIPTION to the Alton Evening Telegraph -Special Vacation Rates in effect until Sept. 15! • IWeekSOc • 2 Weeks $1.00 3 Weeks $1.50 4 Weeks $2.00 LARRY MC CQNKEY McConkey will be responsible for coordinating Heart Association activities in the counties of Madison, Clinton, Bond, Cal- tioun and Jersey. He is .a graduate of Illinois State University where he majored in education. He and his wife are parents of two. They live at 527 Courtesy Lane, Bethalto. Nun's Garb Effective Disguise •/•/ C7 By CYNTHIA LOWHV AP Televtehm-itadlo Writer NEW YOftK (AP) - Actresses love to play nuns. The habits are dramatic and women look marvelous in them. Marge Redmond, however, isn't all that crazy about the flowing robes and the white, starched headdress. They are, she has found, an effective disguise—too effective, in fact. 'The robes are loose, and they practically invite you to be careless about desserts and raiding the ice box," she reflected. "Nobody can see any extra pounds." A candidate for an Emmy this season for her work as Sister Jacqueline in ABC's "The Myiflg Nun," Marge reports sadly that she can walk down any street and-shop in any store and the most recognition she gets is a sort of vague "Don't 1 * * * * TV LO« (R) Denotes ftebroadcast (C) Denotes Color KTVI (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBC) 5, KPLR 11 6:00-2 Wells Fargo (R) 4 5 News Report (C) 6:30—2 Ail-American College Show (C) 4 Cimarron Strip (C) (R) 5 Daniel Boone (C) (R) 11 Truth Or Consequences (C) 7:00—2 Flying Nun (C) (R) 11 Passport (C) 7:30—2 Bewitched (C) (R) 5 Ironside (C) (R) 11 Of Lands & Seas (C) 8:00-2 That Girl (C) (R) 4 Movie (C) 8:30—2 Peyton Place (C) 5 Dragnet (C) (R) 11 Steve Allen (C) 9:00-2 SPECIAL: A Time for & the Americans—"Bias Medias" (C) 5 Dean Martin Presents the Golddiggers (C) 10:00—2 4 5 News Report (C) 11 SPECIAL: Miss WoOl of America Pageant (C) 10:30—2 Joey Bishop (C) 4 Movie (C) 5 Johnny Carson (C) 11:00-11 Movie (C) 12:00-2 Movie 5 News (C) 12:05-11 News 12:10—5 Panorama Movie Weather News/Sports Thought for Today News/Religion (C) 12:15-4 12:45-5 1:35-2 1:40—2 1:50-4 '68 (C) Friday June 28 5:15-4 Religion/News (C) 5:30—4 Summer Semester (C) know you from somewhere?" look. And the somewhere, she insists, is not "The Flying N«n." but the commercials. Before Marge got her habit, she was tine of Madison Avenue's favorite saleswomen. She was a harried 1 housewife who. mopped, scrubbed, ironed, shopped and nagged the kids, all to pitch the household prodtict. No sex kitten of the coffimer- : ;*"'*; ; W,>: :" Town & 'Country (C) fcS, 4.'(C) Thought for Today Farm Report Newsbreak Lone Ranger (R) News (C) Today (C) CBS News (C) Fury (R) Cartoons (C) Winchell-Mahoney (C) Capt. Kangaroo (C) Modern Almanac Romper Room (C) Candid Camera (R) Snap judgment (C) Ed Allen Time NBC News (C) Beverly Hillbillies (C) Concentration (C) Superman (R) Dick Cavett (C) Andy of Mayberry (R) Personality (C) Movie (C) Dick Van Dyke (R) cials like Barbara Feldon or Patn Austin who also slipped into television by the same backdoor, Marge played Every- woman so successfully that once she was the star of five commercials of as many different sponsors atone time. CBS wound .up its three-part "The Cities" Wednesday night with some crystal ball gazing into the future and emphasizing the ideas of the urban planner. It was an ambitious effort but hardly the over-all report prom ised on the ailments afflicting the population centers. The three hours were primarily cort< eerned with the ptoWems of ctty slums and their inhabitants. Little time was devoted to other city sores including congestion crime, pollution, transportation and traffic. Generally it was a restrained effort . devoid : of the •if' * 6:3M 6:45^-2 6:50—2 6:55—2 7:00-2 4 5 7:05-4 7:30-2 4 8:00-2 4 8:45—11 »:00—2 4 5 11 »:25-5 9:30-4 (R) 3 11 10:00-2 4 5 11 10:30-4 Hollywood Squares (C) Bewitched (C) (R) Love of Life (C) Jeopardy (C) CBS News (C) Treasure Isle (C) Search . for Tomorrow 4 5 11:25-4 11.-30-2 4 (C) 5 Eye Guess (C) 11 Cartoons & Comics 11:45-4 Guiding Light (C) 11 King & Odie 11:55-5 NBC News (C) Noon—2 Charlotte Peters (C) 4 Dennis the Menace (R) 5 Mike Douglas (C) 11 Dream House (C) 12:30-4 As World Turns (C) 11 Wedding Party (C), Irfle—2 Newlywed Game (C) 4 Love Is A Many Splen- dored Thing (C) 5 Days of Our Lives (C) 11 The Texan (R) 1:30—2 Baby Game (C) 4 House Party (C) 5 The Doctors (C) '•-. 11 Love That Bob (R) . 1:55—2 Children's Doctor (C) 2:04-2 General Hospital (C) 4 To Tell the Truth (C) 5 Another World (C) 11 Woody Wqodbury (C) 2:25-4 CBS News (C) 2:30—2 Dark Shadows (C) 4 Edge of Night (C) 5 You Don't Say (C) 3:00—2 Dating Game (C) 4 Secret Storm (C) 5 Match Game (C) 3:25-5 NBC News (C> 3:30—2 4 Movie 5 Merv Griffin (C) 11 Captain 11 (C) 4:45-11 Cartoon Cutups (C) 5:00-2 ABC News (C) 4 Leave It to Beaver (R) ; 5 News Report (C) 11 Room for Daddy (R) 5:30— 2 News Report (C) 4 CBS News (C) 5 Huntley-Brlnkley (C) 11 Perry Mason (R) 5:50-2 Weather/Sports (C) visual drama of recent disturbances, it was neither pessimistic nor 6ptimistic, but it, was evident the producers did M think there was an easy of quick eats. ; MOVIES THDRS. 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