Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 25, 1953 · Page 16
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April 25, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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\ PAO» HXflBlf ALTON BVKNINO TBLBORAPM SATURDAY, APRIL IS, WH BBA** ,,. RECKON DUTY TO NOTIFY YOU OF rt>UI THE BASE BALL TODAY TUB tPKE PLAT- ARRIVAL A4KKET? HAV/E VOO HtftRO AfeOOT HANK? DONALD DUCK PONALP COMIN© HOME GEE.VVHAT \l NOTHING.' HAPPENEP/y ]( GO &ACK TO &EO! TELEVISION: KSD-TV Channel 5 :AUU'EM, -ETME / COME, 'EM!/ HIGH OR UO\V(THY5EU= AND OFFICE DEFTLY SHOW/ AN6WER ME.. WHAT I /\8K YOU/ MOUTHS, OR. FROM OUR ^AA0TER5'. SATURDAY 5:00 P. M.— Zoo Parad« 9:30 P. M.—Sunerman 6:00 P. M.—Stranger than Fiction 6:15 P. M.—Parade ol Magio 6:30 P. M.—My Hero 7:00 P. M.—All Star Revue 8:00 P. M.—Show ot Shows 9:30 P. M.—Wrestling MatchM 11:00 P. M.—Suspense 11:30 P. M—Arthur Godfrey 12:00 Noon—Quick as a Flash 12:30 P. M.—Feature Film WOKZ Sunday SUNDAY WOKZ 7:00 A. M.—News; Religious Service 8:00 A. M.-i-Gospel. Voice 8:30 A. M.—Word of Lift 0:00 A. M.—Radio Hour •:sO A. M.—Healing Ministry 9:45 A. M.—Morning Hymns 10:00 A. M.—Morning Worship 11:00 A. M.—News and Music Program - 1570 Kc. 11:30 A. M.—Morning Sermon 12:00 A. M.—News 12:15 P. M.—Public Service 12:30 P. M.^-Gospel Hour 1:00 P. M.—Musicale 2:00 P. M.—News; Musicale 2:15 P. M.—'Religious Program 2:30 P. M—Proudly Hail. 3:00 P. M.—Religious Services 3:30 P. M.—Musicale 4:00 P. M.—Mews; Musicale Hail, Columbia! Answer to Previous Pu«f HORIZONTAL VEITICAL 1 Official —— of the District of Columbia is the American Beauty rose 7 It is the federal district of the States 13 Deep gorge 14 Spotted 15 Atonement 16 Surgical saw 17 Sea (Ft.) 18 European nation 20 Roof finial 21 Terminal 22 Fish 23 Remark (ab.) 24 Drunkards 27 Promontory 29 Mineral rock 30 Commit to memory 31 Disencumber 32 Hops' kiln 33 People of all nations can be here 35 Gibes 38 Reverend (ab.) 39 Entreat 40 Roman bronze 42 Compass point 43 Erects 45 Picayune (coll.) 46 Incrustation on teeth 48 Dyestuft 50 Achieve 51 Cotton fabric 52 Next to 53 Scanty CIQLJ aramn ^a 1 Fashion 2 Bewail 3 Exaggerate 4 Be victorlout 5 Concludes 6 Breathed 7 Unbind 8 Demigoddess 9 Follower 28 Grafted (her.) 36 Narrow 10 Small candles 30 The Library 37 Nets 11 Storehouses of is in 12 Cotton Washington . drilling 33 Legislative 19 Paid notices body 38 Label anew 39 Indiana town 41 Part of a play 43 Incursion .»•• in newspapers uincupnmg tt ^ictiiiaiiig 25 Skin opening here substance . " 26 "Emerald Isle"34 Turns outward47 Oriental porjf 27 Proboscis 35 Body of water 49 Station (ab.) i IS ur 17 Zl 3ft MZ 16 so si 2 24' n » 3 if M ^ ^ ^ w K n 31 1 WA i/ 5 l& ^ 26 9< fi b n S •n n P P 35 7 IM Ib P 30 3t W SI si a i Z7 «K i <ft 9 HP i ZB | to & B 34 m W' *w N* II It "1 r ..' K Read Classified Ads Daily The T&legraph's Daily Radio Chart OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS Saturday RHINO THIS FAR TOWARD A .OOKIS6 FOR 01= I OU6HT ID £T AY AMD HIM WS 6PADEBJJ. — ITU. AS HISTORIC AS OF" -THe VIOCD ABOUT —*6TEP Iti trte AMD WE'LL RUM — X'M MAJOR AWOSB. 4 O3RMWAJJ9S// UHAT6 A6 >, MARTHA- i AFTER FIVE VEARS \I!||I'!T YES, IF IT DOES OF DROUTH AIN'T IT l|il|l'( NOTHINO BUT SHUT 9 WONDERFUL? I'D BE \l|j!,> YOU UP ON THE CLAP TO SWIM HOME. )••>.':[ SUBJECT FOR EVEM WOULPN'T vour _<nlMV A FEW PAYS/ ^HMM WHEN XDLfP tOVE TO UVE FOREVER £*, KSD (NBC) BOO KC KXOK (ABC) 680 KC WEW 770 KO Kl'UO 800 KO KMOX (CBS) 1120 KC KWK (MBS) 1380 KC WIL ' 1430 KO WOKZ 1570 KO 5 P. :00 ;19 M :30 "*• :«5 News; Melody News WEW PrescnU News Songs for America News News; Records George Martin Go To Town Patlma Rotary Business Parade World News First Five Record Report News News Top Tunes Sports Reel Cloakroom Serenade Songs ol Today Club Tlm« Freedom Story News Sports Extra News 6 :00 :19 ;30 :45 News; Sporti Kaltenborn Symphony Orch. Franca Uaux News Jr. Town MM* Concert Hour Bdwy. My Beat Fir it rty« Vaughn Monro* News News Exclusive Supper Serenade 1 :00 :15 :30 :45 Bob and Ray WakeUp St Louis Dancing Party House of My God Gene Autrty 20 Que*ttoM fta. Only Proudly Hafl Tarzan Spelling Bee News; Bandstand Bandstand Stars & Hits 8 Pee Wee King Grand Old Opry Tenn. Ernie 9 Eddy Arnold Medicine U.S.A. darn Dance News; Barn Dance Concert Ball News Melody Pattern Horace Hcidt Gun Smoke Go To Town Meet the VIP'i Down You Go Sports Quiz Ft. Leonard Wood Bandstand Eve Blessing News Open Bible Records At the Chase Chicago Theater 10 :OO News Sports Platter Parade Barn Dance Musio Masters Newi Abide with Me Newi Orchestra Barn Dane* Sports Crosby Show Sport Beru* Musical Scores Bandstand 11 :00 :30 News & Sporti Pastor's Study News; Orch. ivory Touch Newi Go to Town Serenade 3 Sum Concert Favorites Records Dance Orob. Merrymaken New*; D. Patrol Dawn Patrol CARNIVAL By Dick Turner OH, COM? NOW- THE MERRIMtMT HAS JUST BRaUM- ITS A BUDOMIN THAT FOAM UVERMOBE/ SHAME TO WASTE ALL STOUT-Feuow, K>LUCIUS, OtDBCff-ik^ i we KNEW wu TOSSiSr"-' TAKEN Tte STOMP OUT o»s STOMP-SOU/ CMEERIO/ L. Lewis testifies today before the Lilt of Luxury "Wf don't f»*l they're so ««p«iuive, madam, when you consider that ih» saltttnan's time alone i» worth $2 an hour!" Senate labor committee, asking that Congress strike from the law books "tock, stock and barrel" all labor laws passed in the last 21 years. No matter how amended, the mine workers' chief said, the Taft-Hartley act will remain j "a thorn and a spear in the s.de 'of American labor."—AP W,re- photo Public horse-troughs at Ham, j England, .are being converted into flower box**. 1(0 By ALICIA HART XKA Beauty Editor Your life may sometimes «eem so work-filled that you feel sorry for yourself. Just one touch of the luxurious may lift you out of that mood and bring back your pleas* ure in the daily routine. When the warm waters of clean* liness and relaxation (low over you in your nightly tub, you can have that touch of luxury. A few drops of a concentrated bath oil, long on the market and well known, can be sprinkled under the stream of running water to diffuse its fragrance and skin-smoothing qualities into your bath. Your entire bathroom will be scented with fragrances said to come from herbs from th* FrencM Alps, plants from Jndia. evergreen wuod from North America, bitter orange from Paraguay, and {lower and moss from the Mediteranean countries. Such a subtle and ex» otic blend should revive anyone's spirits. The makers claim that the odor will remain on your skin for hours and the water will be softened wonderfully. They further elaim that their product is economical to use, since it contains no alcohol or water, and only a few drops j are necessary for each bath. oU to b«jr akia a«4 » haiw i

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