Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 11, 1971 · Page 9
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In and out of area hospitals Alton Evening 'ieiegraph Monday, January 11,1971 A-9 Alton Memoiial ADMISSIONS Carol Roach, East Alton Mrs. Naydine Conlee, Rte. 1 Leroy Talley, 500 Condit Mrs. Flora Bramlet, Cottage Hills Cherie Suessen, Wood River Roy Blair, 3103 Leverett Leah Herrin, 2509 Ollie Joseph Baiter Jr., Carrollton Mrs. Virginia Cherry, Wood River Vicki Powell, 2515 Bloomfield Pamela Brown, 609 Stowell Mrs. Barbara Edwards, WoocJ River Woodrow Bannister, 2809 Sunnyside Sally Fillop, 529 E. Eighth Mrs. Genevieve Phillips, East Alton Tracia Herrin, Bethalto Elizabeth Vermillion, Jerseyville Mrs. Norma Luly, 5004 Alicia W. C. Angleton, South Roxana Suzanna Carver, Edwardsville Kent Smith, East Alton Mrs. Vida Wyatt, Highland Mrs. Patricia Grace, Bethalto Mrs. Patricia Heudecker, 2903 Edwards Mrs. Dorothy Hardesty, Bethalto George Fischer, 4 Avon Susan Holbrook, Godfrey Mrs. Theresa Kaufman, Bethalto Robert Hunt, Cottage Hills Richard DeWitt, East Alton Mrs. Margie Plotner, Roxana Eldon Cazadd, Moro John Winkler, Hamburg itfrs. Eftie Mackelden, Wilsonville Millard Eveans, Cottage Hills Elven Buford, Edwardsville Aubrey Fulkerson, Wood River Mrs. Pamela Moore, Edwardsville Kenneth Ellison, 511a Winkler Mrs. Carrie Hart, East Alton Clarence McCuen, Medora DISMISSALS Paul Smith, Wood River Clarence Whitten, Godfrey . Mrs. Catherine Fehrenbacher, Bethalto Guido Tovo, East Alton James Oris, 2422 E. Broadway. Mrs. Blanche Cope, 3848 Western Wilbur Wonnacott, Godfrey Mary Warringim, 2805 Sanford Joseph Baiter,* Carrplltpri Debra Orban, r 'Godfrey; Christopher GoxyWbod' River r Timothy Preston* Carrolllpn Mrsi'Carol Bestj EdwardsviUe' William Richkrd, Belhaltd Edsel Baldwin, East Alton Donald Holman, Granite City Rebecca Kennedy, 242 Maurice ' Mrs. Lillian Yogt, Bethalto Harold Cox, Bethalto Sharon Moore, Wood River ; M r s . Virginia. Ravage, Godfrey / Mrs. Rosalie Tucker, South Roxana 6 r v i 11 e Jackson, 1040 Tremont Tracy Holtorf, Gillespie Kevin Halleman, 2829 Viewland Nanci Agney, 307 Brookside Daniel Courtoise, Moro Beth, Ross, Godfrey Kent Auten, Godfrey Pamela Pace, Jerseyville Eric White, Godfrey Randy Parks, Bethalto Stacy Stierwalt, Godfrey Brian Furlow, Moro Fredrick Grizzle, elhi Mrs. : Joanna Bateman, East Alton Mrs.. Margaret Dehher, 202 Dooley Mrs. Olive Gaines, East Alton Michael Ramsey, Brighton Cletus Miller, East Alton Mrs. Nancy Hamel, 2914 Edgewood Mrs. Barbara Lynn; Roxana Mrs. Charlene Holliday, 983 Riley ". St. Joseph's Ernest Bruce, 803 E. Fifth Mrs. Lorene CaldweU,' &14 Milner- 7 •' Mrs. Eyelie Fulkerson, Apt 101D Washington Manpr Mrs. Areta Gallaher, .Godfrey Elmer Goff, 123 E, 5th Mrs. Sarah Hagen, Godfrey Mrs, Ida Howard, Roxana Mrs;\Millie Meredith, Piasa Mrs. H^zel O'Neal, Godfrey Sam Patterson, 930 Tremont Don Shewmake, 1817 E. 4th Mrs. Minnie Suhling, Moro Mrs. Donna Sullivan, Wood River Mrs. Camille Randol, Market Moses Armstead, Fountain Nursing Home Mrs. Sophia Duvall, Mayfleld Josephine Hermes, Rte 1 Mrs. Elizabeth Kelly, Godfrey Mrs. Clara Kiel, Hardin Mrs. Betty Moggio, Wood JUver Mrs. Clara Parham, 1321 Fred Mans, 2322 College Mrs. Barbara Jones, Portage De Sioux, Mo. Kathryn Dorsey, 57 Sullivan DISMISSALS Kimberly Boyd, 771 Oakwood Edward Hamlin, East Alton Phillip Boda, Wood River Rino Cassanelli, East Alton Mrs. Anna Crawford, West Alton, Mo. Elizabeth Deem, Bethalto Lewis Frazier, East Alton Charles Guthrie, Roxana Mrs. Hazel Lawson, Ed- war'dsvllle Mrs. Betty Shelby, 1219 Pearl Thomas Toolen, St. Louis Kathryn Wilson, 1810 Liberty Linda Glover, 1228 4Th Mrs. Effie Hamm, Wood River Mark Holloway, 3184 Lawn Mrs. Judith Journey, Bethalto Roy Mueller, Edwardsville Lance Alexander, 249 Madison John Bennett, 402 E. Broadway Mrs. Victoria Bourland, Cottage Hills Mrs. Elizabeth Chambliss, 1854 Evergreen "Frank Cherry, Edwardsville Mrs. Marilyn Coolbaugh, Edwardsville Mrs. Johnnie Coty, Hartford Mrs. Ronda Dutchik, Wood River Mrs. Mary Elledge, 1302 E. 4th Jeffrey Erwin, 1023 Phinney Mrs. Hazel Glaeser, Edwardsville Frederick Grubb Sr., 402 Alby Karen Hellemeyer, Cottage Hills Mrs. Minnie Higgins, Wood River Mrs. Maxine Ingram, 245 Madison Mrs. Jane Johnson, 220 E. 6th Anderson Jordan, 1690 Oakwood Mrs. Billie Lewis, 2603 Randolph Mrs. Betty Macias, Godfrey Mrs. Norma McCanie, 304 McClure Mrs. Joanne Reeder, Wood River Mrs. Lois Slaughter, 204 E. 7th St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Charles Stickler, 1725 Main Mrs. Mary Maggos, 3615 College Mrs. Hattie Givens, 129 East 10th ' Michael Fones, Godfrey Mrs. Lucille Twente, Bethalto Rev. John McDonald, Cottage Hills Byron .Suttbn,- 3408 Lincoln, Mrs£ -Lorene Corrigan, Godfrey Mrs. Leda Lorch, 233 Holly Hill Timothy Dungan, 2407 Valley Court Mrs. Gerturde Frost, Jer- se^yville Paul Sauls, East Alon Rudolph Davis, 1136 Harrison Mrs. Helen Pilger, Rosewood Heights 'Mrs;' Mildred Schoeck, 1604 Jersey John Davey, 812 Logan Georgia Hanks, Bunker Hill Gary Hamilton, Cottage Hills Marie Futhey, 920 A East 7th Arnold McCIellan, Wood River Richard Austin, East Alton Mrs. Maxine Owen, 528 Janet Mrs. Sherry Antrobus, 2617 Walnut George McKenzie, Hartford Donald Poag, East Alton Mrs. Lena Poag, East Alton Mrs. Minnie Suhling, Moro Robert Newell, Cottage Hills Mrs. ; Pauline Hoffman, Godfrey Clifford Ohlson, 950 Willow Scott Means, 534 N. Brushy Grove Mrs. Ava Luce, 571 Leslie Chrisina Belsen, 407 State William Brooks, East Alton Nancy Bull, South Roxana Mrs. Carolyn Kuehnel Hartford Mrs. Shirley Cornwell, Hartford Billy Kessinger. South Roxana Mrs. Flora Modrovsky, Bethalto Jersey Community ADMISSIONS Maurice Plummor, Jerseyville Fred Eck, Jerseyville Carrie Gresham Hamburg Carmelyn Bader, Jerseyville Nola Kremer. .Tersevville May Spears, Kampsville Brenda Dublo, Dow Paul Fiatt, Carrollton Charles Clyie, Medora SteVen Allen, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Ivan Brown, Batchtown Nettie Baker, Batchtown Rose Ely, Dow Leigh Utterback, Jerseyville Sandra Nash, Jerseyville Gina Flowers, Graff.on William Devening, Jerseyville Kathryn Weiner, Jerseyville Sharon Walters, Jerseyville Henry Bilbrey, Jerseyville Boyd Memorial ADMISSIONS Clinton Pegram, Carrollton Joseph Weis, Manchester, 111. Mrs. Eileen Winters, CaiTollton Lester Sample, Greenfield Mrs. Anna Lacey, Carrollton Gina Anderson, Eldred Mrs. Juliana Osterman, Carrollton Marion 1 Voyles, Greenfield Ethel Scott, Greenfield Mrs. Joanne Cox, Greenfield DISMISSALS , Dennis Goodman, Greenfield Danny Tharp, Greenfield Mrs. Clara Hyatt, Carrollton Cletis Hedger, Carrollton Mrs. Clara Karnes, Carrollton Mrs. Sharon Haskell, White Hall Mrs. Loan Lakin, White Hall Gertrude, Arnold, Greenfield Carlinville Area ADMISSIONS Clemett Mitchell, Carlinville Josephine Bedenk, Gillespie Ester Likes, Sawyerville James Sherman, Carlinville Jeannette Hitchcock, Carlinville Patsy Meyers, Shipman Bernard Caufield, Virden Bennett Gray, Carlinville George Rose, Bunker Hill Robert Manning, Waverly Dorothy Schriber, Worden Rudy Cook, Girard • Mary Gorecki, S. Standard Myrtle. Shoemaker, Franklin DISMISSALS Sadie Shade, Carlinville Anna Yard, Carlinville . Robert Bellm, Carlinville Dixie Lambet, Carlinville Mary Van Huss, Carlinville Vickie Robb, Carlinville Patsy Meyers, Shipman Ralph Mitchell, Gillespie Nancy Wertheim, Atlanta, 111. Ruth Beck, Plainview Eugene Jamieson, Carlinville Bruce McGarvey, Palmyra Annette Reiher, Gillespie Rev. Phillips Standford, Carlinville • St. Francis Litchfield ADMISSIONS Elmer Me Culley, Hillsboro Kevin Drewel, Mt. Olive Rica Calcari, Gillespie Wood River Township Hattie Strukley, Gillespie wardsville Martin Schlemer, Rte. 4, Edwardsville Mrs. Fannie Diver, Edwardsville Judith Kniser, Edwardsville Mrs. Alma Bekemeyer, Edwardsville DISMISSALS Mrs. Clesta Gaetner, Edwardsville Linus Strong, Eflwardsville Thomas O'Latighton, Edwardsville Mrs. Ella Ulsomer, Edwardsville St. John's Mercy (St. Louis) (St. Louis) ADMISSION Everett Steelman, Roxana Burglars keep busy at Wilshire Three burglaries and three attempted break-ins Avere reported to East Alton police by businessmen in the Wilshire Shopping" Center area, reports showed today. In each case entry to the structures was gained by pr y i n g open doors, or breaking windows. A total of $280 and a $75 tape recorder were stolen from the Retail Clerks Union offices in Wilshire Mall. Mrs. Ruby Browder told police that the burglars pryed open the front door to the offices, then pryed open a cabinet-type safe, where $180 was taken. Some $80 in bills and change was left. In another office, $100 in cash was taken from a desk that was pryed open. At the Wilshire Hair Stylist Shop, a 1,000 cash register and $75 in cash were taken after burglars broke a window and entered the building. Down the street a block, burglars entered Kirkpatrick's Gulf service station by prying open a door, and then took two boxes of cigars, a pound of pipe tobacco, two drills, a sabre saw, and a paint gun. Police, investigating the Wilshire Shopping Center area, found that a shed behind Don Ott Jewelry, the door to Frankie's Dressmaker Supplies, and the door to Tri City Realty had been pryed on, but entry apparently not gained. The burglaries follow a similar pattern to a series of break-ins in Wood River last weekend. Okinawans protest gas move NAHA, Okinawa (AP) About 200 Okinawans protesting the movement of deadly mustard gas across their island were driven back early today from two U.S. bases. The demonstrators attacked some hours after .American authorities announced a two- day delay in the start of transfer of the gas from on Okinawa to island, in the mid- Grid fans enjoyed 'Comedy BowF By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP Television-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP) ~ Television's "second season" arrived over the weekend with a flurry of new programs and specials. All this combined for diversity and spice which has sometimes been lacking in recent weeks. "The Super Comedy Bowl" on CBS Sunday was an affectionate, kidding tribute to professional football that enlisted a spectacular cast of stars—John Wayne, Jack Lemmon, Charlton Heston, Lucille Ball, Carol Burnett and Flip Wilson were just the lop-drawer names. There was also a squad of the nation's football heroes including Joe Namath and O. ,T. Simpson. Everybody was busy being funny. The result was a crowded, uneven hour pulled up by a few deft sketches including one about the home life of a football hero and a very funny male fashion show of the latest in football uniforms. It was the kind of show that was most enjoyed by the hard-core football fans. NBC's top correspondents were on hand for its annual year-end news review and look into the future. The conversation, steered by John Chancellor, was free-wheeling and enlivened by expressions of opinion—a meaty 90 minutes that covered the globe. The educalional stations, heartened hy public enthusiasm for its "Forsyte Saga" series last season, have imported a new British series. "The First Churchill," a 12- part history of the first Duke of Marlborough, ancestor of Britain's war-time prime minister. The first episode, seen Sunday, introduced viewers to the 17th Century court of Charles II and its intrigue. It was a handsome period piece with colorful sets and costume and surprisingly frank dialogue. Moving between scenes of battle, court and bedroom scenes, it launched the romance of ('apt. John Churchill, (hen a French mercenary, and Sarah Jennings, a lady-in-waiting to a duchess. The series seems to be a little specialized to have the appeal to American audiences of the Galsworthy characters. Also on Sunday night, was a rewarding hour with the Velaquc/, Goya and El Greco paintings in Spain's famed P r a d o museum. The photography was great and Aline Saarinen's narration was precise and intelligent but after exposure to Kenneth *• * TV MM? KTVl (ABC) 2, KMOX (CBS) 4, KSn (NBC) i, KfeTC ts KPLR 11, KDNL M * * 10:50—2 Fashions in ing Sew- MONDAY EVENING 6:OC—2 4 15 News 9 Campus Showcase 11 Dick Van Dyke 30 Munslers 6:30—2 SPECIAL: The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau 4 Gunsmoke 5 Red Skelton 9 Auto Mechanics "11 Truth or Consequer ces 30 Flying Nun 7:00—5 Rowan & Martin's Laogh-In 9 World Press 11 Big Valley 30 Wild Wild West 7:30—2 Silent Force 4 Here's Lucy 8:00-2 Movie (C) 4 Mayberry 5 Movie (C) 9 Realities 11 Wagon Train 30 Movie 8:30—4 Doris Day 9:00—4 Carol Burnett 9 Book Beat 11 Perry Mason 9:30—9 Bridge with Jean Cox 10:00-2 4 5 News 9 Pathfinders 11 Alfred Hitchcock 30 Movie 10:30-2 Movie (C) 4 Merv Griffin 5 Johnny Carson 9 Computer and the Mind of Man 11 Movie 10:45—2 News 11:00—9 Parkway West Concert Choir 12:00-2 Dick Cavett 4 Movie 5 News 12:10—11 Sea Hunt : 12:30—5 Black Experience 12:40—11 News/Devotional 1:00—5 Weather 1:80—2 News/Sports/Religion 2:00—4 News/Religion Tuesday January 12 ADMISSIONS Besterfelst, East 910 Blu- 3028 Warner Alton Curtis Fee, Bethalto Mrs. Reva Royal, 358 E. Jennings Dana Luter, South Roxana Ralph McKinney, 865 E. Lorena Earl Henry, East Alton Joseph Brown, Alton Kimberly Lacey, Alton Steven Wright, Moro Mrs, Mildred Deem, Godfrey . Mrs. Louise Brockman, 149 E. Acton Cheryl Pickeral, East Alton William Curtis, Hartford Mrs. Margaret Nolan, South Roxana Donald Mitchell, 62 Marguerite Sherry Elliott, East Alton Brian Foley, 360 Wilson DISMISSALS Dawn Ash, Cottage Hills William Emery, Cottage Hills Mrs. Letha Davis, Godfrey Mrs. Oneta Fowler, Hartford David Durbin, Taylorville Kathryn Harmon, Litchfield Archie Jones, Litchfield Bertha Sims, Litchfield Emma Sawyer, Dorchester Edward Compton, Walshville DISMISSALS Sherry Alepra, Gillespie Joni Jatcko, Mt. Olive Emma Lena Eckhoff, Raymond Julianna Elizondo, Litchfield Joanette Blevins, Litchfield Daisy Logsdon, Litchfield chfield John Hanafin, Litchiield St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS Edward Newman, lite. 2, Edwardsville Edward Clarkin, Rte. 6, Edwardsville Christ Stratmann, Rte. 3, Edwardsville Alonzo Hansel, Edwardsville Crawford Provow, Ed- storage Johnston Pacific. More than 100 demonstrators armed with rocks and bamboo poles tried to force their way into a compound in Chibana where some of the gas is stored. Seventy U.S. Marines blocked another 100 protestors trying to break through the main gate at Camp Hague, on the route over 'which a convoy was to transport an initial shipment of mustard gas. One American was reported injured at Chibana. Movement- of the gas was to have begun today but was delayed because of threats by leftists and some villagers to block the shipment. 5:45—4 Religion/News 6:00—4 Sunrise Semester 6:30—2 Thought forToday 4 PS4 5 Focus Your World 6:35-2 Farm Report 6:40—2 Newsbreak 6:45—2 Lone Ranger 7:00—4 CBS News 5 Today 7:15—2 Fury 8:00—4 Capt. Kangaroo 11 Underdog 8:10—9 Driver Ed. 8:15—2 Romper Room 8; 30—11 Cartoons 8:40—9 Geography 9:00-2 Movie (C) 4 Lucy Show 5 Dinah's Place 9 About Everything 9:15-9 History 30 Financial Observer NBC News Beverly Hillbillies Concentration Jack Lalanne Human Relations Family Affair Sale of Century Bewitched Social Studies Love of Life Hollywood Squares The Game Game 9 Science 11:00-2 Bewitched 4 Where the Heart Is 5 Jeopardy 9 Friendly Giant 11 To Tell the Truth 11:05—9 Music 11:25—4 CBS News 9 History 11:30—2 A World Apart 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Who What Where Game 11 What's My Line 11:40-9 Quest 12:00-2 All My Children 4 My Favorite Martian 9 Sesame Street 11 News 12:30—2 Let's May a Deal 4 As the World Turns 5 Words and Music 11 Galloping Goumet 1:00—2 Newlywed Game 4 Love Is A Many Splendered Thing 5 Days of Our Lives 9 Science 11 Movie 1:20—9 Readiness 1:30—2 Dating Game 4 Guiding Light 5 The Doctors 1:35—9 Vocabulary 1:55-9 Music 2:00—2 General Hospital 4 Secret Storm 5 Another World — Bay City 2:10—9 .History 2:30—2 One Life to Live 4 Edge of Night 5 Bright Promises 9 Science 2:45-9 Math 3:00-2 Movie .4 Corner Pyle 5 Another World—Somerset 11 Dark Shadows 30 Little Castle 3:05—9 Science 3:25—9 Men of Destiny 3:30—4 Mike Douglas 5 Movie Game 9 Dr. Posin's Giants ' 11 Flintstones 4:00-5 Virginia Graham 9 Sesame Street 11 Gilligan's Island 30 Ultraman 4:30-11 Flipper 30 Lost in Space 5:00—2 Daniel Boone 4 5 News 9 Mr, Rogers' * * * * Neighborhood 11 I,cave H to Beaver 5:30—4 5 News 9 What's New 11 I Love Lucy 30 Batman TUESDAY EVENING 6:00—2 4 5 News 9 Busy Kwitter 11 Dick Van Dyke 30 Munslers 6:30—2 Mod Squad 4 Beverly Hillbillies 5 SPECIAL: Harlem Globetrotters 9 TV Typing 11 Truth or Consequences 30 Flying Nun 7:00—4 Green Acres 9 Basic Issues of Man 11 Big Valley • 30 Wild Wild West 7:30-2 Movie (C) 4 Hee Haw r. Julia 9 Antiques 8:00—5 Movie (C) 9 The Advocates 11 Wagon Train 30 SPECIAL: U of I Basketball 8:30-4 PREMIER: All in the Family 9:00—2 SPECIAL: NBA All Star Game 4 CHS News Hour 9 San Francisco Mix 9:30—9 Why You .Smoke 11 Perry Mason 10:00—4 5 News 9 Interface 11 Alfred Hitchcock 30 Muvie 10:30—4 Merv Griffin 5 Johnny Carson 9 Campus Showcase 11 Movie (C) 11:00—9 11:30-2 12:00-2 4 * Fox High Choir News Movie Movie (C) 5 News 12:20—Jl Sea Hunt 12:30-5 Stump the Stars 12:50—11 News/Devotional Clark's lively observations fa "Civilisation," it sounded a bit like exerpts recited from a guide book. "The New Andy Griffith Show" had its CBS premiere Friday night. Andy has finally made it back to a small town and both he and the audience are bound to be more comfortable. With wife (Lee Meriwether), two children and a sister-in-law he arrived in a small Southern town to become mayor pro tern. He immediately got involved with three old friends visiting from Mayberry, his old home town—Don Knotts, George Lindsay and Paul Hartman. * * 1:00—5 Weather 1-30—2 News/Sports/Religion 1:45-^1 News-Religion The Telegraph cannot always publish last-minute changes made by the television stations. MOVIES MONDAY EVE 8rOO — 2 (19fi7) Welch, ciosa — "Fathom" (C) Racquel Tony Fran- 5—"Conspiracy to Kill" (1970 (C) Robert Conrad, William Conrad 30—"Look in any Window" (1961) Ruth Roman, Paul Anka 10:00-30—"Face of Fire" (1959) James Whitmore, Cameron Mitchell 10;30-2-"Picnic" (1956) (C) Kim Novak, William Holden 11 — "PickupTn South Street" (1953) Richard Wldmark, Richard Kilcy 12:00—4—"King of the Roaring Twenties" (1901) David Janssen, • Mickey Ronocy TUESDAY 0:00—2—"The Main Attraction" (1963 (C) Nancy Kwnn, .. Pat Boonc 1:00—11—"Dark Waters" (1945) Merle Oberon, Franchot Tone 3:00—2 — "Two Flags West" (1950) Linda Darnell, Joseph Cotton 7:30—2—"Assult on a Wayne" (1970) (C) Leonard Nimroy, Lloyd Haynes 8:00—5—"Secret Ceremony" (1968 (C) Mia Farrow, Elizabeth Taylor 10:00—30-"Cry in the Night" (1956) Natalie * Wood, E d m o n d O'Brien 10:30—11 — "Stars and Stripes Forever" (1952") Debra Paget, Clifton Webb 12:00—2—"World in My Pocket" (1962) Naja Tiller, Rod Stelger 4—"Red Garters" (1954) (C) Rosemary Clooney, Jack Carson MID-AMIilJICA THEATRES LAST 2 NITES • "THE U.S. CUSTOMS BUREAU BARRED IT AS OBSCENE! READERS FOUND IT SHOCKING AND SCANDALOUS! AND NOW, FOR ANYONE OVER 17. IT IS A MOVIE!" _„««•»««,« PARAMOUNT PICTUMS PRtStNti HENRY MILLER'S •fp Open 0:80 — Shown 7 & ft CAMEO 'V? VMSHINC.10N * Dim 463 7032 ALTON'S KINKHT Dining Room 1048 WASHINGTON AVE. — UPPER ALTON FEATURING: STEAKS • CHICKEN • PIZZA • SPAGHETTI • RAVIOLI Reservations for Banquets & Parties Carry Out Orders — Phone 465-6281 I! AI II?W. 5 i'- m - '•«--- Weekdays 11ULJ.IO. Sunday IZ Noon to - - - FREE PARKING IN REAR III, HOXANA Nliihtly tit 7:.10 CEOUGI2C. SCOTT At Oint/<l Oioig* S. Pdlon 9:25-5 9:30-4 5 11 9:35—9 10:00-4 5 11 10:10-9 10:30-4 5 MARTHA ARTIS Piano Vocalist Entertaining TUES. NITE In The INN ROOM BOWL HAVEN Humbert Road (GP) GOOD TUESDAY ONLY 41c OFF-LIVER DINNER THIS (01 IMIN X ' J n in bo X|,!V<TH, Mnnliod I'otutocN, firawy, Slaw, Hot 11.10 Vnluc fried AVAILABLE AT ALL 3 LOCATIONS GRAND — COMING FBI. JOE NAM ATI I "C, C, & COMPANY" 11 Mrs, Barbara Simmons, East Alton Mrs. Anna Walston, Hartford Mrs. Joyce Wheeler, 3148 Acorn Wilbur Stevens, Godfrey Randall Enos, Godfrey In 11 Shop First atAG... Locally Owned/ PARTICIPATING STORES; Elm Strait AG Marktt Elm and Alby St«., Alton jPial 462-60ia Floyd's AO Marktt 3rd and Penning Wood Klver, III. Cloned West Third At Piosq St.*-Downtown Alton PJKMjSlpii!^^ JUPITER) 13 O*. Can BRECK HAIR SPRAY TUCSDAT ONLY! OUR BEGUIAH 74c COUPON c YES! WERE OPEN Entertainment MON. & WED. NITES 203 W. Third St. Ph 466.6667 Alton, III. CAFETERIA OPEN • a.m. to it:30 p.m. Kveryduy lixcePt Sun. LOUNGE 8 u.ro. to 1 a.m. Everyday I'HIVATE DINING ItOOM AVAJLAUIJS FOK I'AKTIKS AND BANQUETS ijchnuckf* BETTENDORF MARKETS Businessmen's Special (Menu TIICS. Jan. VI thru Mon., Jan. 18) TUES: SPAGHETTI & MEAT BALLS THUR: NOODLES & CHICKEN GIBLETS SAT: B.B.Q. HAM SANDWICH & COLE SLAW MON: MEAT LOAF a«S \V. Third St. Alton, III. 1'hoiif. 4<m-l)<IU7 Only 99c CAI''KTI<;i(IA OIMON H A.M. to H:»0 I'.M. (Uxvcpt Sun.) MJCNUK OI'UN H A.M. to 1 A.M. KVI'JKY DAY 1'ilviid' Room Available for Parlies & Banquets MOVIE RATINGS , riitln«* apply lo ttttnt JtaLHABEO after NOV. I, H»W THIS (§jjj^ SEAL |« ml! IndlcuU'H ihu fUni wui lUbmlttfd and approved und«r the Mullun Picture Cud* 9l Svll-IU-iiuliKlon ALL AGES ADMITTED General AudiencM ALL AGES ADMITTED P«r»ntfll Guld«nc« Suggeitod I R I RESTRICTED Under 17 require* •ecom. panying Parent or Adult Guardian k£/ NO ON? UNDER 17 ADMITTED FOREIGN.IMPORt Not Ra>ed By The Motion Picture Code NOT RATED Thil picture wat releaseej prior to Nov. I, 1968 *ne) thui wat not rated by the Motion Picture Ced« of Self-Regulation. Printed u a public wrvte* e» ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH T

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