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PAGfcSIX TV Key Program Previews Saturday's top television shows as previewed and selected by TV Key's staff of experts who attend rehearsals, watch screenings, and analyze scripts" in New York and Hollywood: . PERRY COMO SHOW Perry s final scene is a quiet "ode" to Thanksgiving Dav, with Dorothv Collins, Jimmy Rogers Vera Ellen .a. " ' aiiu (.uuiuuxrr narrv w arren sir- , , , , ui)g arouna me noi:aav reoie tor Kicc I hie Hnilv Th mtt the songfest includes Dorothy's "When Your Lover Has Gone," Rogers' "Bim Bom Bey," solos rrom rerry iue riere s to iuy r Tl 11 iin . ma Lady, a lively dance sequence from Vera Ellen to "Shall We Dance," and a medley of Warren's songs like "Jeepers Creepers," "I Found a Million Dollar Babv," etc. (Color) 7:00 p. m. WICS. ' DEAN MARTIN SHOW Taking a tip from the Bing Crosby special, Martin has tried to keep this show casual. He and Bing sing a medley of Crosby hits like "Lazy Bones" and "I Surrender Dear," and Crosby does "Gigi" on his own. Another lazy pal, Tt -ITT . T r I rnii narns, joins rne two or tnem for Volare, and the trio do a bit of talking just to catch their breaths. Harris repeats his Henrv," and Martin has John few, solos to "What'll I Do," "Thev Didn't Believe Me" and more. All in all a pleasant session with three enjoyable fellows. (Color) 8:00 p.m. WICS. . HAVE GUN, WILL TRAVEL Mostly a character study tonight, but some shooting too. Paladin agrees to work for a lower fee, $500, to find a rifleman' who is Saturday Night's Radio WMAQ WSOY - WSOY-FM WGN 679 KO-XBC 1340 KC CBS 103.1 MC T50 KC- 6 P. Chi. Monita Newj; Colltctora rm: Callrcton News 6:15 " Calling Collector Cilling Collector Wash. Report 6:30 Monita Billboard Billboard About tht Irish 6:4" " " - - 7:00 News; Band. News; Band 7:15 Dance Band' '. . .' Dance Band . " 7:30 " Sports: ChiM . Sports: Clint Best Musi 7:45 At the Chw Al the Chase 8:00 Sonii Shot) Sons Shop " 8:15 - - 8:30 Rio Rhythms News; Party News; Carry 5th Array Band :45 Dance Party Dance Party 9:00 M News; Panorama News; Panorama Piem Andre 9:15 " Night Panorama Nieht Panotaau " - 9:30 Monitox istereo Stereo m 9:45 " " " " ' ' - 10:00 D-O-Daylie New Newt " News 10:15 " Sports Sports ' Music for 10:30 Monitor Jam Session lam Session Squares 10:45 " 1 1:00 News; Mills " " News; Spam 11:15 Che Sherw " " TBA 1 1:30 ' Dance Band ' Dane Band 11:45 " " Saturday's Television WTVP, Channel 17, Decatur 11:00 Uncle Al'a Shew 12:00 Bray Eagle 12:30 lain at the lexas Rangers 1:00 Sagebrush Opry 2:00 Meet Your Schools 2:15 Our Miss Brooks 2:45 Macon County Schools 3:00 Matinee Movie 3:30 Bums anrl Allen 4:45 Inside Football . 5:00 All star Uolf 6:00 Command Performance 6:30 Diclc Clark Show 7:30 Jubilt. U.S.A. 8:00 Lawrence Welk 9:00 Sammy Kaye Show 9:30 How to Marry a Millionaire 10:00 News Capsule 10:15 Saturday Spectacular WCIA, Channel 3, Champaign 8:10 Inspiration 'lime 8: 1 5 Cartoon Time 8:30 Captain kangaroo . . 9:30 Mighty Mouse 10:00 fury 10:30 Robin Hood . 11:00 Millikln Tcieeenrse 11:30 To Be Announced 12:00vLona Ranger 12:30 Your Neighbor's Faith 1:00 Sports Page 1:15 Iowa, Notre Dame Football 3:30 Exploring with Bob Hope 4:30 Bell Series 5:30 To Be Announced 6:00 Sky King 6:30 Perry Mason ' 7:30 Wanted Dead or Alire 8:00 Gale Stent Show 8:30 Haye Gun Will Trarel 9:00 Cunsraoke 9:30 Playhouse 90 11:00 News. Sports. Weather 11:15 Illini Fool ha 11 Highlights 11:30 Midwest Marquee . WICS, Channel 20, Springfiild 9:00 Howdy Doody '9:30 Roil Ready 10:00 ITiry 10:30 Circus Boy 1 1:00 Cartoon 'l ime 12:00 Matinee Movie - - 1:00 Sports Page 1:15 Iowa, Notre Dam Football 4:00 The Whistler 4:30 Kit Carson 5:00 All Star Golf j 6.00 Panel Discussion 6:15 News. Weather 6:30 People are funny 7:00 Perry Como Show 8:00 Dean Martin Show 9:00 Cimarron City 10:00 News Weather 10:15 Saturday Night Playhouse KSD; Channel 5, St Louis 4:30 Shirley Temple Storybook 6:00 Parade of Magic 6:15 Farm Newsreel 6:30 People are Funny 7:00 Perry Corao Show 8:00 Dean Martin Show . 9:00 Cimarron City 10:00 Man Without a Gun v 10:30 Samrday Double Feature 12:20 New 12:25 Saturday Double Feature 2:05 Weather Report ' Effingham Woman in Surgery Effingham, Nov. 22 (Special) Mrs. H. E. Zimmerman, 905 W. Jefferson, wife of the pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, has undergone sureery at Carle miners. "December Bride" fans will see Harry Morgan in old clothes and a gun, playing a gold miner,: and he does a prettv good jdk8:30p.m.WCIA. '' CIMARRON CITY "Kid on a Calico" Horse." It's a pity this show displays virtually no originality -it's so well done. .Tonight, everyone is firmlv convinced that a VUU11V LUV IJ13 LUllUlllllCU 1 LU1U' voung boy has committed a cold- j,, iSj i .... i .. .- t i.r J n : UUl UUI1C5C IWdtr rtl.tutu. CloioL" but honest Matt Rockford. Persist- I . evidence,, a dramatic, last-minute interruption of the murder trial, a re-enactment of the murder a! the scene of the 'crime, and every other - - ,u. n,. ,., n , ii, c:fu I Linda Darnell, Dean Stockwell Edgar Buchanan, and the" rest, play it to the hut as usual. 9:00 p. m. WICS. ' GUNSMOKE Fine buildup to a gun fight this episode. Marshal Dillon is almost forced into a shooting with an old hired gun pal, who has gone bad. The: pace is leisurely and the series characters-Doc, Kitty and Chesterall have a few lines thrown their , wav. The hired gun is played by Pat Conway . . - - - . oi i ombstone JLerntory with a ; flourish, and vou'll like him. 9:00 i a m. WQA. V SAMMY KAYE SHOW-An. other entertaining instrumental and song interlude. " "Estralita," played on violin with organ back ground; Let Me lall iou Sweetheart," by a duo piano team; "Chicane" from trumpeter Bond and the Dixieland band; "Nobody's Sweetheart" by Harry Reser on banjo, and Ray Michael's "Mis. sion of St. Augustine" are some of the show's highlights. 9:00 p. m. WTVP. Earl Stabler EARL STABLER DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS , Earl "Buck" Stabler, 71, died at 5:30 a.m. yesterday at his home, 553 S. Crea St., after an illness of several years. ' " . A retired tavern owner, Mr. Stabler was a member of . Elks Lodge 401 and Eagles Aerie 507 He Was born in Decatur Jun 27. 1887. the son ot John and Emilv Klein Stabler. He married Lela Dycus in St. Joseph, Mo. He is survived by his wife; one son, - Sam of Indianapolis, Ind.; one sister. Mrs. Meda Oldfield of Macon, and three grandchildren. Services will be at 10:30 a.m Monday at the J. J. Moran & Sons Funeral Home; Burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m today. SHELBYVILLE COUNCIL OKAYS LAUNDRY PERMIT Shelbyville, Nov. 22 (Special) The City Council has granted a building permit to Uzee termi nals. Inc., ot Mattoon tor a coin- operated; self-service laundry ' on the Been Motor Sales lot on East Main Street. The lot has been leased to the county as a parking lot during the past tew years. H. R. Checkley, ol Mattoon, who made the application, said construction of - the masonry and glass building wr.'ld be started as h' mzsy ill D&MC Honors Miss Murphy ' . Miss Adele Murphy, '.author Board members gave her the gift of -"Two Miles North," ieceiVes and a scroll for writing the book a silver serving set from: Robert that describes the history of the Wood, president of Decatut and hospital. Macon County Hospital board. ( Herald and Review Photo) I liV 41 Mrs. Gerald T. Petrueha (Photo by Pfile) Burt-Petrucha Miss Nancy Kay Burt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther R. Burt of 1751 N. Maple St. and Gerald T. Petrueha, son of Mr. and Mrs. (Joseph C. Petrueha of 353 S. 19th St., were married at 10 a.m. last Saturday in St. James Church. Rev. Bernard Wazykowski officiated. . The bride wore a pink lace em pire sheath and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Petru eha were attendants. She wore an emerald green taffeta dress and ear ned red roses. A reception at the home of the btide's -parents followed the cere mony. The couple will live at 421 N College St. . , The bride is employed by Sam Loeb and Mr. Petrueha is with the Decatur lake division DEWITT WORKERS WANT WAGE DETERMINATION Clinton, Nov. 22 (Special) A petition for a writ of mandamus was filed in the Dewitt County circuit court Friday against the County ot Dewitt. The petitioners are Virgil Du-Pree, C. S. Torbert, Leo Cray. Richard Anderson, Herbert Kin dfr, Roy .Fields and Everett Meadow's." " " 1 The writ was filed to request the county board to determine the prevailing rate of wages for 11 workers engaged in construction work in the county. The bill says that the board has failed and refused to ascertain the prevailing wages previously requested. TUBES TESTED FREE TV TOMS Open Nile Ph. 84393 1 CLOSEODTSUC TVfestinghouse TTV CONSOLE JFHARiWS SS5SSSK-': 1136 E. Eldorado Open lEveiy Kite 'Til 9 pVmX THE DECATUR REVIEW SHIRLEY SMITH WEDS RICHARD BANNING The Tabernacle Baptist Church was the setting for the 7:30 p.m. wedding of Miss Shirley R. Smith and Richard Lee Banning Friday. The Rev. Harold Harsh officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith 6f 1038 E, Wood .-St. and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Banning of 1 652 E. Cleveland Ave. V . . The former Miss Smith is em ployed in the medical records de partment ot Decatur and Macon County Hospital. For her wedding she' wore a ballerina length dress of ChantiUy lace over taffeta fashioned with a scalloped hemline. She carried a glamellia on a white Bible. Mrs. nosahe . Bird was matron of , honor and bridesmaid .was Miss Gave Rurivan- They wore identical ballerina length dresses of copen blue nylon chiffon over taf feta. Ihey carried cascades ot blue carnations. , L Carol Causey was flower girl and Eric Richards was ring bearer. -: :- Herbert Banning Jr., brother of the groom; was best man and Lane Smith, brother of the bride, was groomsman. Ushers were Larry Billiter and Don Fishburn Jr. Following a reception in the church parlors the couple left on a wedding trip to the South. The couple will live at 731 V. Main St. Mr. Banning is a salesman for the Norman Laundry & Dry Cleaning Co. LOGAN GOP GIVE SATURDAY DANCE Lincoln, Nov. 21 (Special) . The Logan County Republican central" committee and the Republican Women's Club are sponsors of a free dance to be from 9 p.m. until midnight Saturday, Nov. 29 at the Knights of Columbus Hall. The GOP Women's Club is also planning a Dec. 12 Christmas -par-, ty and podiick dinner to be given at the K of C Hall. TY SERVICE Sunday ANYTIME (Teolnp HOUSK :A!X 52.93 B"RKS TY O 2-2374 tx Ttar tlettiwilea Eserieae Ask Your Doctor To Phone Us! FREE DELIVERY ALL DAY LONG NAME YOuj ON TRUST ROTH-JOHNSON Vati'l raKrlptfa DrvitlaV Sevaa Pharaucittt la Mrve yea , 143 a Water Si real . Oacalar, A Caaifa Accwaa fret OaBvecy - (Wiih IV All. Channel Trade-in) Spotlight Service Oakley Girl Represents Macon County Joyce Whirled, daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. John Whitted of Oakley, will represent Macon County in the third annual National Festival of Thanksgiving Spotlight Service at the University of Illinois Sunday. ' Miss Whitted.- a sophomore at Cenp Gordo High School, will carry a token gift of soy beans and a box of powdered milk to the altar. r. ,' '. . The special service at 3 p.m. in the University auditorium will feature 75 girls representing different areas bv making a symbolic dedi cation of all 1958 gifts donated by the tarmers or Illinois to the Christian Rural Overseas Program. The program is to be nationally televised and pictured in Life magazine. . ;" ' NOKOMIS MAN HELD ON . CHARGE IN CHRISTIAN ; Pana, Nov. 22 (Special) James Kirby, 24, Nokomis, was released from the state penal farm Tuesday in the custody of Christian County deputy sheriff, Mike Pastor, and was brought to Pana. A detainer warrant had been filed by Pastor when Kirby, was sentenced to the penal farm by Montgomery County on a chargr ot issuing worthless checks. -On Dec; 30, 1957. in Pana, Kirby had given checks on a Mansfield bank, using an Army serial number as identification,' to the-J. C. Penney Co. for $75, Montgomery Ward & Co. for $75, and to the People s Bank for $100 Before he could be picked up by Pana authorities be was apprehend ed in Hillsboro and sentenced for one year. ' He was unable to post bond in Pana Police Magistrate loe De- Meyer's court, so has been taken to Christian County iail today.' ' .After disposition of the warrant in Christian County Court,' Kirbv will be turned over - to Macon County authorities on a similar charge. - ' TAYLORVILLE BOY'S PROBATION REVOKED Taylorville, Nov. 22 Special -The probation of Ronnie Kevie 17-vear-old Taylorville vouth. Was cuit Court Thursday morning by juaee iJan JJailev. - He was placed under the an. thority of the Illinois Youth Com mission, who will study the case to determine where the boy will be sent. He will be under the su- Eervision of. the commission until e reaches the ace of 21 . Kevie was released on probation 10 days ago foi a term of four years, to the Circle A. Boys Ranch Inc., at Annada, Mo. A petition for revocation of his probation was filed by State's Attorney Ted Durr Tuesday after Kevie allegedly ran away from the Tanch, stole an automobile and committed larceny in Missouri. - ' Polltleal Advertlsfmmt IT'S A FACT- . . . THAT CITIES GROW BECAUSE OF GOOD GOVERNMENT. IN 1941 DECATUR WAS 9 SQ. MIXES, IN I95 DECATUR HAS GROWN TO IS SQ. MILES! Vote NO! Noy. 25 AGAINST CITY MANAGER J. Plralno. 725 8. 22nd. Decatur BEST TV 1:15 FOOTBALL NOTRE DAME Jr vt- IOWA K PERRY COMO 7:00 DOROTHY COLLINS, VERA ELLEN, JIMMJE ROGERS .. CIMARRON CITY 8:30 LINDA DARNELL "KID ON A CALICO HORSE" NBC in Decatur CHANNEL. 20 S TAR AXES ' Oj ULAI MAR. 22 H Your Doily According APR. 201 To develop message for Sunday, : read wordrcorresponding to numbers ,12-13-24-30 -78-83-84 or your Zodiac birth sign. TAURUS 1 Spend 31 The 61 Darken . 2 Keep 32Highest 62 And , 3-Something 33 Less 63 A 4Ranentic 34 Exciting . 64Tedss " SRegrenobte 35 A 65 Recreation 6 New 36 Older 66 Can 7 Interest 37 Bright 67 Picture (And v 38 Prospects 68 Help 9Relotions 39 Seems - 69-Watch lOTake 40 Folks 70 You 11 Step 41 Upturn 71 Changeable. 12 Something 42 Be 72 Cords , 13 Could 43 Adversely 73 Visit' 14 Out 44 Send 74 Now 15Dont 45 Spiritual 75 Happen . 16Time 46 May 76 Settle 17 Let 47 Greeting 77 And IB Develop 48 Who 78 Especially 19 With 49 Upon 79Fickle 20 Give 50 An ' 80 Mood 21 Sincere 51 You'll -81 Need 22 Best 52 Trips 82 Cheering 23 Changes 53 Level 83 Your 24 Go 54 Visits 84 Money 25 For . 55 Opportunist 85 Something 26 React 56 Be 86 Profitably 27 Short 57 Key 87 Your 28 On .58 To 88 Prestige 29 Compfimenrs 59 People ' 89 Unespectedl' 30 Haywire 60 In 90 Today ()Good AdTene ; )Ncltra. ( MAY Si 4-7-10-331 '-41-74 (MMN MAY 22 JUNE 22 ITS l-16-IMd My40-8-81-82 CANCn JUNE 23 JULY 23 IfY?- 9-28-31 HL32-45-53- no JBLY24 AUG. 23 fl5-17-23-2d VIM AUG. 24 SEPT. 22 i a a ji Wabash Lists New Patients The following . patients have been admitted to the Wabash Em ployes Hospital since Tuesday: x A. H. luckenbilj, retired elecmcun, Decatur , U. P. Damenm, brakemin. Moberly. Mo. C. A. McDaniel, retired switchman, roicy, mot J. E. Cbapin, roundhouse foreman, Indianapolis, Ind. J. Proffitt, agent and telegrapher, Alexander - . J. C. Johnson, retired chief train dispatcher, Decatur T. V. Ramsey, retired engineer, Dcca tur W. R. Deskel, clerk. St. Louis . . A. G. Rendon, car inspector, Chicago E. P. Merritt. telearanher. Gary. Ind. C. E. Smith, ' retired car inspector, De catur W. E. Cheeley, coach cleaner, Decatur Patients released from the hos pital were: - . Claude Everett, Decatur ' David Wilson, Montpelier, Ohio H. M. Mathern, Decatur F. J. Young, Decatur Howard Wonnell, Toledo, Ohio Mrs. Anne Leeper, Cullora E. W. Masters, Maunee, Ind. R, C. Learitt, St. Louis C. E. Floyd. St. Louis F. C. Taylor, Decatur . E. H. Sims, Decatur L. E. G rammer. Sr., Decatur A. W. Allen, St. Louis GIRL, 1, STRUCK AFTER GETTING OUT OF CAR Tuanita Dixon, 1 Vi , daughter of Mrs. Mav Belle Dixon, 502 S Church St., was admitted to St. Mary's Hospital yesterdav after noon for treatment of a broken leg received when hit by a car. James Smith, 28, also of 502 S. Church St., told officers he had let the girl out of his car at the Church street address about 1:45 p. m. and thought she had gone into the house.' As he started to drive away his car struck the girl, who had walked in front of it. SUNDAY At The St. Nick Hotel: Enjoy Our Delicious Golden Brown PAN FRIED CHICKEN complete'dinner With All The Trinuxiinfs! All You ' Can Eat for only $ 1 21 St. Nick Dining Rooms , 125 So. Main mm HARDTOP SPECIALS 1956 CHEVROLET Belair 4- door Hardtop, radio, heater, rower unae, wrute waus. $1605 1957 FORD Fairlane 500, 4 door Hardtop, radio, heater, Forda-matic. Power Steering, White waus. $2095 1955 DODGE Lancer Hardtop Coupe, V8, radio, heater, white waus. $1005 1955 CHEVROLET Belair Hardtop Coupe, radio, heater, Power Glide, White Walls. $1205 Phone 8-9X25 Bank Rate Financing n Decatur, Illinois, ' GAiEERT V K. rULLAXv Activity Quid H fft tha Start. V SEPT. 23 OCT. 23 n-14-i I42-JO-55 scoerto OCT 24 U, NOV. 22. BSS"C SAGITTARIUS NOV. 23 DEC 22 CAMttCOeM, DEC tC 23rf AN 20 vjj JAN. 30-21-29. 47-72-73 AQUARIUS ' JAN. 21 5-33J9-584S 161-64-67 v rUCES FEB 20 Will Make Friends HIA If vou have a telephone call when you are entertaining a guest,' don't talk on and on while the guest waits. If the call can't be completed in a few brief words, ask if you may call back later. ' , Talking on the telephone for ,15 or 20 minutes while a guest sits alone is' hardly the way to make him feel welcome. lililMiUJ mfr 1,111 ILiUHW TODAY CONT. FROM 1 P, M. You'll Have Frightmares Forever! : TNE : REVEK6E OF FRANKENSTEIN MTII CIKMMO. EUNK3 C GAYSOM DANAANDKEWS CORSE . EMOM TONITE Oaen :30 Eraalar Prices JUST ONE PILLOW OS HER BED! JUST ONE MAN ON HER MIND! They called har"Mfie the riwwirruTinfrnB luinaun wimp BURLWES -AND- TRAPPED IN THE SAHARA DESERT Le: hit Brian Keith Barbara Positively LAST DAY! DOORS OPEN 12:30 - t3e-5 'TIL P.M. FEATURE AT 1:30-4:00-6:30-9:00 ; BIG BOOK! BIG CAST! BIG PICTURE! ' CDUaWKnatS TOMORROW! Elvis PRESLEY "JAIL HOUSE ROCK" PLUS 2nd HIT Debbie REYNOLDS "Tammy and the Bachelor" MAR.2I 151-5663 71-77-79-80 Cat"! I . aM Bl Saturday, November 22, 1958. CLUBS ACT ON STAMPS :; Robinson, Lawrtnceville Units Avoid Prosecution - Springfield, Nov.. 22 (AP) .1 Six more federal gambling stamp holders have acted to avoid' prosecution for possessing the stamps, the Illinois Liquor Control ' Commission said Friday. Four surrendered their stamps to the commissiop. The other two turned in their liquor licenses. i Among those surrendering stamps was Robinson Moose Lodge 1369. Eagles Aerie 3078 in Law- renceville turned in its liquor li cense. . The actions cleared the commis sion s calendar ot cases tor Mon day. A total of 1 1 had been sched uled to appear to show cause why their licenses should not be re voked. Hurt in Lincoln Crash Lincoln, Nov. 22 (Special) l Darwin Shull, 24,' of Chestnut,. received facial cuts when his. car " struck the car of Ellsworth Brown of Beason. parked on a street -in Beason at 12:15 a.m. FridavvS&uIl was treated at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital. TODAY! c CONT. snOW FROM 1:3 CUT GRINT mem 1 BERGMAN Plus 2nd Hit! I John Gavin l.ilA Pal "A Time to Love" in Color HEATEc5) CLOCK For Saturday, Nov. 22nd Lincoln Theater: Poors Onen 12:30 a.m. "HOME BEFORE DARK" at:. 1:20. 3:45. 6:19. :40 Shorts at:. lllO. 6:00. t:M. . Empress Theater: Doors Open 15:45 p.m." "CURSE OP THE FACELESS MAN" 1:15.' 3:35. 5:55. :: "IT-TERROR FROM , ' BEYOND SPACE" at:-' 3:85. 4:45, 1:05. t:3v CONT. FROM 1:00 P.M. DAILY: WOW SHOWING! ACADEMY' award lea'tn CALIBRE! JEAN SIMMONS SECOIES THE DRAMTIC ITU OF STARS M Home RHONOA EFREM." FLEMING -Z1MBAUSI FROM 1:00 PJM. DAILY' LAST DAY! Z FDJST-RUN FEATURE HITS! MlMitDatiiSr " ' 1 MaW -AUol- Tomorrow! 2 FIRST-RUN FEATURE HITS! A THOUSAND HELLS AT PAPAGO WEUSI raiaaa rzrwnnm RORY CALHOUN 1r-, -lino! RORY CALHOUN Apache TERRTTORy ktents 1 VI Mlnttiaaw fOHERLIHY CONT. aaaC mm I Va aaoncrawnai . F 1 UAUHtA 7 Clinic, Urbana. soon as possible.

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