Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 9, 1960 · Page 28
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 28

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 9, 1960
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PAtiff IWlNTY-ltGHT R.Y. " tl» "capl tm U.l. photofrcphi - ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1960 Hospital Notes IIVUIII OU. 12? JpMsnoV 809 Stow* W. R, MEDfCAL John EtWr, Jto Pi uHpeef. Joseph Strack,. LltJcoln^Ad. Mrs. Rose C Mrs. Lucille Robert Skiff. 81* Bfookwood, Cast Alton, /olnny Wilfong, Cottage Mills. SURGICAL Lorraine end Cecil Cameron Jr.. Cottaf«"HlN 8 ' „.« _,. tw Karen M. Varrx*, 711 Fifth, East Alton. Mrs. Gladys Unterbrink, Mora Mrs. Oolite Dietzel, 211 S. Ninth, F.HSt Alton. Mrs. Ethel L. Tungett. 1419 George, Alton. Mrs. Irene Sackett. 54 Caistens. Phyllis Morrison, Moro. OtSMtRSAM Frank Williams, MM Lewis. Chester Getting, Roxana. ... . . . 8||d Jamft Qp, Pint, , _.... , Oorrtfc dktart Hills. Mrs. Margartt Betts. Brighton Ranald Senrtiber, 627 Ferguson Mrs. Ua jBugg, 908 Ferguson. Charles Davis, Bethalto. Mrs. Joartnnnd Stacker, SOT Whltelgw. Harry Koehne, IMS Orchard. ! Mrs. Carla Nelron. 610 Marsh. Mrs. Charles tfwemin. 2374 iRoxie Randall, Edwardsville. Lincoln. i Mrs. Carlois Robertson, 605 fifth Jamw J. Black. 2W Madison. (Mrs. Ofelfa Robinson. 152? Mau- Mrs. Dale Long, 620 State. ; pin. ....,„ Paul Rlster, 6% Qulncy. ;Mrs. Rosalie Rodgws, 1725% R. J. Sttthlschmldt, West Alto*.' Feldwisch Joseph T. OKI, Roxana. -_^_ • Mrs. Rosemafy f Mrs. Patricia ..AfUlllWlIll 'WW* ^.BflRhton. John Mintfrt, West AWn. iWilHJmr StunkeU Wood Wver. tor*. Gladys WeJktr. tXJtan St 'Cerl Thornburg. I(n6 Pfarl. *m ferial** *% St. William Viermun. Edwarchvllle. fttttOICAL | Mrs ' Edtth Steven Adams. Edwardsville. j ,Mrs. Virginia White. Godfrey. ! ! Leonard Crane, Rt.J_, Altotv^ MKDICAI, Phillip F;. Frotz, Kast Alton. JIRNY CO¥MONITY <!^^^£^£™i Escaped Prisoner Bark hi Carlinville CARLINVTLLE — Lawrence Washington of St. Louts, em of the three prisoners who takeout «r the Mteoupnr county jm on Jfif-jL23,ww WfUftted ID Cftrlin- vine Tuesday Msrtr* by Mrs. Mayme Kltthigw, Lorcti. Mrs. Harold Wadtow, Jerseyvllle Georjjo Holterfleld, Hardln. SURntCAl, Krl^nrrl Nail. Jprseyville. Nelda Brnoe. Alton. ^ OPENINOJUNEIIIb \ SANDY BEACH SWIMMING PICNICKING SAND BEACH SHADED PICNIC AREA HOURS-10 A.M. to 8 P.M. ADMISSION SOe Children 6 to 12 yean, 25e Under A year* FREE D Sandy Beacli Lake Roosevelt Dr. Acute, 140 Mrs. WllliBm Kuehnel, Jerseyville. Mrs. Hnrold Kessinger, Jersey- vine. Robert Cliurch, Hardln. Donna Roth, Jerseyvllle. Hawthorne. Mrs. Anna Lee. Bunker Hill. Gent G. Watson. 212 GouldlnR Kast Alton. OfftMtMALft Mrs Catherine Bordeaux, 34001 Mrs. Kloisr \Vntson .'JH13 Leo. Lincoln. i Mrs. Lorena Kessinecr. Jersey- Kenneth Brayshaw, Jerseyvllle villc. Cecil Hausmnn. 3200 James, Montgomery, 3401 Oak- ! R(,ir \l, i " * Thomas Riley, 600 Serlng. Ernest MeGary, Hartfora. Willie Robinson, 1120 Wallace. Frank Hauversburk. 815 Liberty James Porter, East Alton. Mrs. Mary TwWy. 802 Milton. John Gotter, Brighton. Mrs. Mary Gorslch. Mt. Olive. Val G. Meyer, Brighton. Mrs. Hazel Gettlngs, Eldred. ST. JOSIPH'S MEDICAL Iceland, Inc. Closed Monday i i Mrs. Florence Demorast, 2629 Sidney. i Robert Hans, Worden. 'Carolyn Thornton, Godfrey. I Mrs Mflble Hewitt, 617 Bond, j Mrs. Mnry Hardwick. 848 wash! Constance Holladay, Godfrey, ington. 'MI« Marjorle Kaufman, 618a,Mrs. Rose Shelton, Godfrey. 1 spring. ^'Miss Palsy Wooster, Dow. Miss Renee Har-kel, Jerseyville.jMrs. Ruth Johnson, Jerseyvllle. 1—_ — j Mrs. Melba Hermann. 201 E. 8tft l William Howe!I, East Alton, i Robert Thurman, Hartford. , Mrs, Margaret Smithenry. Hartford. ' Ralph Ruehlind, 905 Washington, Russell Brown after he was apprehended by police in Cheyenne. Wyo. Lawrence, a negro, brOU* Ja» with HaroW Brlterwtln* and David Long, who alsq have been apprehended. Britrnstine is in jail at Carlinville awaiting trial on burglary, larceny and escape Charges. Sheriff Brown Mid. Long, 14. was apprehended in Missouri and turned over to the Circuit Court Juvenile Division and Is now at the Missouri State Board of Training SdiooHn Boonvllle, Mo. "Washington was working on construction when apprehended in Cheyenne," Sheriff Brown said, "and through routine checking it was found that hr was wanted here.". Quake Victims receiving contributions for the relief of victims of recent earthquakes and tidal waves in Chile, j desiring to givr may mall; „«.. olfls directly to the Red Cross i ofli«e, Courthouse. Carlinville. Any contributions received for Chilean relief will be used for that ptorpose alone, the chapter said. ] 3 Killed, 29 Injured | tl Clflfh in Illdli • • NEW DELHt, India ( AP) - Pb- lice gunfire killed 13 tm* i and wounded 29 omen oMtin» a wash The Chinese and Japanese pay their debts and settle all acrounts before a new year begins. Mohangrah village, 100 miles north of New Delhi, prees reports sal* today. The reports said the tenants forcibly resisted the execution of a court order evicting a tenant from his plot of land. Minton. Oak. Chapter. American Red Cross. r n M .rfitM» E. Broaawajr — Alton — GRADUATES! FREE ROLLER SKATING Indoor lee Skating Rink Open Daily RED& WHITE "HI NEW HOMEMAKER8!" TKe owner of your friendly Red A White food utore, is always on call to assist you In preparing and selecting thrifty, tasty meals for that wonderful man of yourg. Yes, shop M many smart homesniakern do — at your friendly Red & White store — make your food shopping 'easy from the start. FOOD New Hoxnemakers CETOfFTOA • * MIX 'EM or MATCH 'EM Tasr • Good NAVY BEANS Great Northern BEANS PORK & BEANS 1fl£ 98' WOODY'S Delicious for Bar-B-Cue COOKING SAUCE RED & WHITE Fancy Deluxe Prices Effective Friday & Saturday, June 10th and 11th Guaranteed to Please CHUCK ROAST -59' KOTEX Sanitary Napkins 2 45c 4 to 8 Lb. Average . . Ib 39c Lb 59c Armour Star Whole BOSTON BUTTS . Armour Star CHOPPED PORK . Armour's Campfir* Tray Pack SLICED BACON .... 55c Armour Star H.C. POLISH SAUSAGE . . . 55c SPECIAL! 3c off package CHEER 2 siie' fil C • _..-, ^^ SwJI COMET Cleanser with Chlorine) 2 Reg. Sise ^ *9^ Cans OO C ARGO Laundry Starch TINY TOT PEAS KOOL • AID Each Package Makes 2 Quarts Red & White Funcy MANDARIN ORANGES Rod 4 YVIUte Faiu-.v BARRETT PEARS... 'ion* 29' LIQUID DETERGENT FOR All QEANINO AND LAUNDRY PINTS 37 € QUARTS 65 C 27o Red A White Funcy Piece* Had 5>tem» MUSHROOMS ... 4 e? 33o R«d * White Fluffy White MARSHM ALLOWS ... '^ flRCSH FRUIJS & VEGETABLES O 6-»29c LARGE LEMONS 39c Golden Kipe BANANAS 2 29o C'ullfurniu S»Kft ICating PLUMS Lb. 29c HUIU'S 110 A WHITI Alton P. f, tot Mo<«>Ua(j lONAf MARKIT Pert » itote We«J m E. WOCI1V WeeJ •Icktrdt'i Norrb Alby Mkt. Atby St. Bo«d Godfrey WTY.PAYC. Qodlrey. UJ. MIGHTON MflC CO. FB *-»41l Briybtoo NOtTI'S RIO A WHITf HllftllT MOCUY •URNS MIICANTIVI ui. Week Day« Continuous from 1 P.M. .'Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. No Parking Problems at Roxana FBI., SAT,, SUN,, MON, Our> Grant—Tony Curtis Joan O'Brien "OPERATION PETTICOAT" Color 8:88 Jack Webb—Whitney Blake David Nelson «_ 30 -" 7:12 Se/ecfed Shorts HAT THI HIAT! COOL, COOL, INDOOR ICE SKATING Dally ItSO t« 4 P.M.—7:00 to 10 P.M. Except Monday* Plan a Party! Refreshingly Different! .Private Skating Lessons Now Available. ICELAND, INC. 3115 E. BROADWAY—ALTON Open 7:30 11th ANNIVERSARY WEEK SURPRISES EVERY NITE! fi*LA WEI« OF HITS! Tonite, /une 9, 1960 Prize for Hit most in wit ear. NOW THRU SATURDAY 3 MAJOR FILMS tStSTOTJUlS* TO .-g- >-• Wide Screen Open Daily 8:80. Start 7 p.m. Adults 50c. Kiddies 25c Tonight Last Times Shown at 7:28 P.M. Walt Disney's "TOBY TYLER" Tonight at 0:10 P.M. "TARZAN AND THE APE MAN" FRI, THROUGH MON. Frank SINATRA Glna LOLLOBRIGIDA 'Him SO ffr-COlOR ^ —^—.^—JBHSjBiBHSHHHH "Fri.,~ Silt,, Mon., 8:47 P.M. A WONDERFUL FAMILY PICTURE Fri., Sat., Mon., at 7:15 P.M. SHORT SrBJKCTS 7 P.M. For ine Summer Season Starting Mevt Tii«*i|u.y Wednewlay anil Thursday Family Nights. All Seats 25o Friday, /une 10. 1960 Popcorn Pass Nire, Driver Pastes for cominq hits with corn and soda purchases. Saturday, June 11. 1960 Lucky License Nite No. 11 In or total on your plates good for free admission to all in your ear. Sunday, /une 12. 1960 Dinner at the Parkway for all in the car from the farthest distance. CMVWMSCOVC Cary e Eva Marie Grant Saint .lnincs Mawon NORTH BY NORTHWEST IN VISIAVISION AND TECHNICOLOR — LATE SHOW — GIGANTIC Sun., Moil., Tues. Our Happiest Show for 'HO , _.„ FRANKCAPRrVS? AHwMTnHuur «EMU HOOKS (iMM>ki *•».*••.: Monday, /une 13. 1960 Senior Citiien Night. All person over 45 free. Tuesday. June 14, 1960 Oldest Car Night. Season Pass to oldest auto. BRING YOUR TITLE. Wednesday, June 15. I960 SADIE HAWKINS DAY Free Admission to All Who Come Dressed as Dogpatch Characters — Prizes (or Bent Lil Abner and Duitle Mae STARTING WEDNESDAY ft NER CDMfSHlMWUCHNICOLOD*/ SUMMER SALE MEN'S RUBBER SOLE CANVAS OXFORDS Odd lots. Not all siies Men's $5.00 Sandals .... • i* 1 Men's Dress and Navy Oxfords .... $ 5 $ I2'V14 Newest Styles • Itlflt * White • Heck Men's 5.91 White Tennis Oxfords .... w Nationally known brand. Children's and Women's 4.4S and S.OO Tennis. We are not permitted to mention brand CHILDREN'S SHOES Our Vsluet >l»r.ufncturer'» tturplu* Stock Women's • Girls' $7.tS . SI FLATS Sf89 All Sim aed CotofS VOI R FAVORrfK I AMILV nBIVB|W f0S|||g '~ Th« Tsss. SMIICHT L eoum AM. • MION, aiMMi Bait Ott\cf Ouent at 7 P.M. FIRST RUN SHOWING! A hilarious guide to a slap-happy \ marrage and Fun on the family planl ^ 2nd BIG HIT 3 I--KATI RES FRI. * SAT. LATE OWL SHOW .IOKL MrC'REA in "The Toll Stranger" Plus Our Regular Program. C'HrtoniiM—Fn>e I'lajground—Children Admitted FREE. TODAY! For One Week RAND MATINESS DAILY 12:45 *"">! ERNIE MARGO JACK NOBU DICK _ KOVACS-MOORE-WARDEN-McCARTHV.*SUSHAWrl Shown 2:05 5:3o 9:00 2nd BIG HIT! It Will Leave You Speechless. MMT—— |CV/V»MMl Shown 13:45 4:15 7:45 OPEN 6:30 FRI. SAT. The Sweep of -Mighty Adventure TONITE! PRINCESS 2 First Run Hits! Shown 7;lu Open 6:30 TONITE! FRI..SAT. OODRIVER The Frtt, WHO Adventure Nit of • FLAMING, ROUGH end READY Era! HURT LANCASTER AUPR1V HEPBURN UNFOROIVEN AUDIE MURPHY • JOHN SAXOM MLUHB IHW 'JNRI* a*(l« At 8:50 At T:»«

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