PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1952 U.S. west coast redwoods, transplanted to Hawaii es seedlings 25 yeart ago, are now producing lum-! ber LUX THEATRE BDWARDSVILt.fi, ILLINOIS THURS.. FRI. - SAT. May 29-30-31 Dean MARTIN Jerry LEWIS In 2 Giant Hits "My Friend Inna" PLUS "My Friend Irmn Goes West" Mrs. Sdilafly Spenks At Clayton, Mo. Mrs. Phyllis Stewart Schlafly. Hepuhlican nominee for Congress in the 2lih district, addressed a TONITE—FRI.—SAT. ADVENTURES L fcJQfcMMr/i REPUBLIC I'EMfiS T 2fe«ENT4T.OI Ml Only (g«t. Stir, • 8!i:. - MSI "CORPORAL DOLAN GOES A.W.O.L." i-.nn • n;jo HEY KIDS ! OPENING MAY 30 On Edwardsville Road, Wood River. LOCALLY OWNED and OPERATED "KIDDIE LAND" The Kiddie Paradise Open Every Evening— 7:00 till 10:30 Sundays & Holidays— 1 :00 P.M. till 10:30 \ : f^VtWit -*^x(*— Children Under 12 Years of Age ^siL^ > ^S^5- 9c—3 Tickets for 25c FREE RIDE TICKET THIS COUPON Presented on May 30rh Entitles One Child Under 12 Years ONE FREE RIDE. GOOD ONLY ON MAY 30th meeting of the Clayton (Mo.) Township Ilepublinnn club Wednes- i dny pvrning. Speaking at thr Ladue : Lounge on Clayton road, Mrs. ' Schlafly said: "A century ago. the Republican parly was organized on thn precept that this nation-can- j not permanently endure half-slave j and half-free. In 1032, the message 'of the Republican party is that this i nation cannot permanently endure half-corrupt and half-honest. Of all the scandals in Washington today, the greatest is the scandal of national defense because this involves the security of our country and the lives of our young men. In 10-15, when Truman took office, the United Slates had 89 fully equipped divisions. We had the best- equipped army in the world, we had by fat the greatest air force in the world, anri we had atomic and radar supremacy. In the five years following World War II, Congress appropriated almost S100 billion for defense. Yet when Truman started his unconstitutional 'police action' in Korea, we were unable to put one fully-equipped division in the field, and thousands of American boys were slaughtered by both the Communists and Ihe weather. The Truman administration had so weakened national defense that, even after 22 months of fighting, the Reds have belter tanks than we have, better planes than we have, and twice as many of them. America's greatest .let ace, Major George Davis, said that: 'The Russian MIGs are -o much better than the American Sabres.' We no longer have atomic, radar and proximity fuse supremacy because the Truman administration allowed our military secrets to be stolen." Head Telegraph Want Ads Daily! Hnrdin Hi^h to Grfidnntc 2 Sets OfTwinsTonight HARDIN - Two "f tho six sets of twins in the local schools will hp in thr KnidimlinK clnss of the high school tonight. They arr Doris ,'inrl Dorothy Bordo, rlaiiuhters of Mr. and Mrs. Frpd IJoedc of Ratrhlown, nnd Lot ha and Ix)is Squipr. clauehlors of Mr. and Mrs. C. \V. Squior of O;ik (Jmvp. Roth pairs of girls are identical twins and arc very hard to identify by their teachers and fellow students. At the prespnl time Doris Hoede is five pounds heavier than her sister Dorothy. The girls have enrolled in a St. Louis Business School and will begin their course June 9. HEAD TELEGRAPH WANT ADS The Country Kitchen Routi 100, \\ Miles West of North Alton WILL BE OPEN Decoration Day -Sat. - SUN. Serving 11 A. M. to 9 P.M. CHICKEN - STEAKS - HAM HOME MADE ROLLS AND PASTRY Phone 2-4030 JOIN THE DANCING CROWD EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE Godfrey Civic Ballroom Music May 31 by Helen Barkley's Orchestra Dancing 9-1 I'leiity of Free Parking Spncc Continuous from 7 I*. M. TONITE—FRI. loan KVHIIS—Mclvyn DoiiRlas Lynn Iturt "ON THE LOOSE" Shown nt i):ftl Audie >liirphy, Vvolte Dugny Beverly Tyler "THE CIMARRON KID" TECILMCOLOK .Shown nt 7:35. SAT.-SUN.-MON. Kurt l^nicnstcr, Joily Ijtwrnncc Gilbert Kola IK! "TEN TALL MEN" Technicolor—H:ftfl (irnuc.ho Miir.v — Marie Wilson William Bcndiv "A GIRL IN EVERY PORT" 7:25 Selected Shorts WALT SCHLEMER ORCHESTRA SIXTH ANNIVERSARY DANCE VFW Park, Edwardsville FRIDAY, MAY 30th W» wish to thank our many friends for their loyal support. at BETHALTO AA1KKICAN LKGION BAKN FRIDAY, May 30—Decoration Day Dance SHORTY SCHMITT and HIS ORCHESTRA Saturday Nile—Walt Schlemer and His Orchestra ATTENDANCE GIFT EVERY SATURDAY NITE For ft Good Time Visit the Barn, American Legion 1'ost 1 Parking ID Rear of Theater Conltnuoit ^—^^noon Ope* 7 to II P m mU^GHL p m, TONITE FRI. SAT. Shown at S:.i:l (Sal. ll 1:110 - 4:(Hi - <<:. TIM HOLT •CHMIOMJIRTi-DOWTNYMAlONl Shown at 1:ll» - !>:,V) (Sal. at 'J.4S - S:SI - 8:14) EDDIE QUILLAN COMEDY RMBf SUNDAY, JUNE 1ST Rain Date Following Tuesday Nite ALTON SPEEDWAY LOCATED i MILE NORTH OF GODFREY ON ROUTE til TlmeTrialt 7:30 P.M. ttt Race 8:15 P.M. (CDT) STATf —TONITE— "PAL NITE!" TWO ADMITTED FOR THE PRICK OK ONK! BRING A FRIEND! THOMAS GOME/. and thn (JI.OBK TROTTtRS "THE HARLEM GLOBE TROTTERS" Shown at 7:011 - (1:35 SHAMROCK KI.I.ISON RAYMOND IIATTON RfSSF.LI, IIAYDKN "FAST ON THE DRAW" Shown at fl:'t5 CARTOON AND SAT. FRIDAY SPECIAL MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM!! 4 HOUR SHOW 4 CARTOONS 3-STOOGE COMEDY AND TWO THRILLERS AIM MURPHY-r Shown at ""'•» — AXI> — CORNEL WILDE MAUREEN O'HARA PLUS "King of the Congo" Sc.riiil TOXIGI IT (Till' KS.UA Y) 2 FOR 1 NIGHT • Buy one ticket, |fet one K REE! Two persons admitted for the priee of one every Tuesday, /Wednesday and Thursday through June TON Ki I IT—I''KI.—SAT. BEHIND THE < HEADLINES WITH * THOSE FRONT LINE /* YANK KOREA ToniRlil. l-'ridiiy ill 7:57 1'. Sat.. 1:1)0—1:80— *:'») I*. M. 6 CARTOONS 8 STOOCiK COMEDY ToniKhl, Friday 7:00 Sal. at 8:38—7:14 I'. M. Tonight, l-riduv at 9:30 I'.M. Sat., -i-.'iO —«:00—9:40 No Mutinee Decoration Day iUdif*' Matinee Sat., I I'.M. HHU. Hi 140 ALT-WOOD . UTDOOR THEATRE OPEN DECORATION »AV, FRIDAY, J2ssO TEL OPEN 7:30 P.M. if 2 SHOWS NIGHTLY SHOW AT DUSK RAIN OR CLEAR BQTf ENDS TONIGHT! BOTH PICTURES FIRST RUN WOOD RIVER THWLUMG CASt Of TKt COMMANDO BUI.I.DW; DRIMMOVD Shown nt 10:10 Shown at 9:15 PLUS SELECTED FEATURETTES — DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM FRIDAY and SATURDAY LEI'S GO! IT'S A RIP ROARING, HOLIDAY SHOW! BOLD .. BRUTAL! A TALE OF SAVAGE TERROR AND yi| ACTION!" SLAUGHTER RAIL BRIAN DONLEVY 'VIRGINIA GREY-GIG YOUNG ROBERT HUTTON ANDY DEVINE MYRON HEALED • •••••••••••••••••••••••••••^•••i Plus LITTLE RASCALS COMEDY Plus 4 COLOR CARTOON HITS! * Fn|*r CHILDREN" I'mler V> and CAHS rlfatt J'UAYGKOUNO FOK KIDDIES Telegraph Want Ads Click! Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ROUTK HO COU.KGF. \\ E. ALTON. ILL, TWICE NIGHTLY Rain or Clear J Starts at 15 ENDS TONIGHT Esther Williams—Red Skelton in "TEXAS CARNIVAL" FRIDAY & SATURDAY 2—ADVENTURE HITS—2 COME AS LATE AS 10:24 AND SEE BOTH FEATURES. REDBADCE starting AUOIE MURPHY-BUI MAUIOIN' PLUS 2ND HIT! RICHARD TRAVIS 'SHEIU | PLUS 2 CARTOONS | KIDDIES FREE | I'ONY KlIIES, TR.MX MKKKV-GO-IUHM), SWINGS, SUPKS TOMTK — 1 HI. — SAT. U(K)KS Ol'HX 7:00 — SHOW STAUTS 7:30 Juiut's Stewurt — Julia Admii* "BEND of the RIVER" TECHMCOKOK — Shown at 8:30 20th Century k'o\ Cartoon Carnival OXE FULL HOIK OF CAKTOO.NS 7:30 QRANQ J m i HI \Hi\r,t\ i tun T M TODAY • FRIDAY • SATURDAY FOR YOU* HOLIDAY EN|OYMENT! iN of STEEL! WOMAN of FLESH! IN THE BRAWNY, BRAWLING STORY OF A LOVE . . Ann SHERIDAN • John LUND • Howard DUFF Shown 1:35 3:35 5:35 7:35 0:35 Extra! Tex Beneke and Orchestra * CARTOON TODAY LAST T Jumps MASON' • June HAVOC "Lady Possessed" Shown 8:50 6:40 »:»0 MES "UNKNOWN WORLD" Shown 5:20 8:10 Ol'EN J2:45 DAILY FRIDAY & SAT. JiZ 2 BIG HITS FOR YOUR HOLIDAY TREAT! ONLY THE TOUGHEST GOT THERE... Only tht lufkieit Cot Out Mm! M&&. v a*. "4? with JANE NIGH Shown 1:2 ° 4:05 6:5 ° PLUS Shown 2:40 5 ."JO 8:05 MARY ANDERSON * 2 COLOR CARTOONS TONITE LAST TIMES JAMES MASON I "J^E "LADY POSSESSED" CALAMITY JA~NE' r ii I Shown 7:00 0:55 .Shown OI'K.V «:30 Friday & Sat. with Esteiti Mriguu • Pem» Wwanjj • Pinky IN • toy Ro?ers Werj 2ND HIT _____________ ... . WOMAN ON A MAN-HUNT! THRILLS! "FBI GIRL" AUDREY TOTTER t CESAR ROMERO GEORGE BRENT t TOM DRAKE Shown 7:00 9:35 Read Telegraph Wanl Ads Daily! Telegraph Want Ads Click!
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