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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH f1«0AY, 10, 19«0 Special Science School Dr, Bdrifart Moore Aim* at CARNIVAL LEO M, WOOI£ I 6REEKVfLLB, tn. (AP) *- D». : Banttaftt Mnsre. the tranwontl- wntftl British hlfcw. plans to warn Eftmfhftrn — a tMstanrp of .iO miles — as she continues her walk today. Dr, Moorr. !VG. H Riwsinn-lwrn \-pgrtnrian and physician, spent the night hi Greenville after hiking from St. Lottls Thursday Shr is on the last third of her hike from San Francisco to New York She was hamporod Thursday by a hpfl blister, sovore sunburn on her shoulders and neck ,md inflammation of her left ankle caused by a sprain suffered in I Utah. Dr. Moorr plans to stay overnight in ftffingham. The Effingham Chamber of Commerce plans ,i ten in her honor, with carrot juice for thr vegetarian. open .luno 16 and close Sepl. 2. Wools is one of 'M science teachers picked from eight states to' participate in the special work. The chemistry teacher will study advancements in science land mathematics and lenrn the construction of classroom equip- Leo M. Wijols, Alton School teacher, has been se leoted to lake part in the Tra vellng Science Teacher pro- Kitch teacher in the program gram at Michigan Slate Uni- \vill construct about $1,000 verslty this summer, it \vns an- worth of equipment which will flounced today. bo takoi? bunk tr> thoir rpspcv- The National Science Foun-.iivr schools. dation sponsored project will Specific dim of llio scieni:<-- studies is to givo advance training to toachors who may then icom'oy this knowledge to science 1 and mathematics tcnehbrs in their homo school districts. 4-LANE WEEKEND SPECIALS! S|00 5-100 29« 7 D«lme Homburqers. • static French Fries. Pouitd Fish Steaks, or 4 for $1.00 Her lar.l.Qu* or 4 for $1.00 29' Phone HO 2-0322 lor Quick Service on Your Carry-Out Orders/ 4 LANE DRIVE INN 'Home of 15e Hamburgers" Look for as lit the Stockade On East Broadway 8756 E. Broadway, Alton couldn't help it, Gertie! When you're caught red- handed burglarizing a house you're in no position to bargain!" Officers Named At Prairieloirn SHAKES'. MALTS! CONKS All Made With Drllclou^ Shearburn's ICE CREAM • TASTV SANDWICHES • Coca-Cola, Root Beer • DotiQtH of All Kinds DRIVE IN 300 E. Elm. Phone HO 5-895'J Open 7 A.M. to 11 P.M. Dally 'including: Sunday H&H PRAIR1KTOWN —Mark Horstman was elected presfdcnt of the St. Peters Walter League at the iglass lor mp Lutheran School Tuesday eve-. Dpiinls GusewHIo was named _.. vice president; Virginia Bem- . ITALIAN CII1THCH FIAK» TO SITE ON MOU1VTAIN Villagers in mountain-top Pasture. Mnly. now are worshipping in the church that, flew to their 8.000 foot-high town. The miracle was performed by U. S. Air .Force helicopters which lifted To Lav Stone At Cornell'* Olin Library ITHACA. N.Y. (Specinli -The! laying of the cornerstone of one> of the world's largest library buildings will take place Satui day afternoon at Cornell t'ni- versify. John M. Olin. chairman ofi the executive and financial op-j elating committees of Olfn Ma-i fhieson Chemical Corp.. East} Alton, will represent the donors.! Thr new graduate and re- scan.-h library building, when completed, will house '2.000,000 volumes and contain exceptional library facilities. The library,; due to be completed later this! yen)', will bear the name: Johm M. Olin Library, in honor of! Olin. who gave $3,000,000 toward | the total cost of $5,700.000. Other principal Individual do- norm include Arthur H. Dean. chairman of the hoard of university trustees, tmstee emeritus Nicholas H. Noyes, Indianapolis. trustee Herbert Fisk Johnson. Racine, Wis., Willard A. Kiggins, Londonderry, Vt.. iatul Robert W. Purcell, New 1 York. The library will be tor the priniiivy use of faculty 'inrl ura- dilate students. Olin. who was graduated from Cornel! in 1913, UNIOH GIFT FOR \MCA The first contribution from organized labor in the $1,280,000 YMCA Building Fund Campaign was made by the United Steehvorkern of America, Local 3643. William C. Hambleton (left), head of the campaign'* labor committee and business representative of the International Association of Machinists, accepted the $500 check from Charles W. Rogers, treasurer of Local 3648. Steel Union Local Gives YMCA $500 lion ami of YMCA members. In addition to organization pledges. we urge individual union members to make pledges to the YMCA Building Fund Cam- Cottage HiDs To Have Fire Training School I COTTAOK HILLS — A fire i training school here will start Tune 21. it was announced [Wednesday night by Fire Chief ! Bill Bryant at a meeting of the Cottage Hills Volunteer Fire Department. Officers and trustees of the 'fire district wfll be given a re- i fresher course during the first i session of the training program, Bryant .said. Officers of the department will assist. School for the volunteers will gel under way beginning June 28 and will jextend through July 26. Classes jwill be held from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. Homecoming Opens June Li At Warden Park flhafeaUt tin (hi ww*Fi highest divorce rate,«ci8ded dfly by America, a SaBrtwiy commentator reporte, "and MOB may nave the highest. Bid* to drffl in flfc new rttohore Neutral Zone oil field wffl be opened in November, in Kuwait Week Days CofitfltuoiM from 1 P.M. Sun, Continuous from 1 P.M. No ParMnff Problem! at Roxana Tinlfi, Sit., Sun,, Mtn. Gary O«mt— tony Cttftto Joan O'Brien "OPERATION Color 8 iff 8 Jack Webb— Whitney Blake DavM Nelson "— 30 ••" Selected Shorts the framework, foundations, and the university, is a and trustee of has long The YMCA Iniildiny fund puign has received its first from organized labor — a contribution from United been active in alumni affairs. His brother. Spencer- T. Olin of Alton of the class of 1921. gave Louis whore ho was a surgical j Holllster Hall to the university ia year ago, and their father, the late Franklin \V. Olin of the Thr annual Lutheran Church hurdl. secretary: Charles Meyer. P icni <- «*« bc held , Sunda y ternoon and evening on the William C. Hambleton head of the campaign's labor commit tee and business representative of the International Association of Machinists, said: "Organized labor WORDEN - The annual Word-, en homecoming will be held atj Directors of the YMCA Wed-! tho Clt * Park Saturday and Sun-| nesday night voted to rededicate; da y evenings. ram-'themselves to the current $1,250,-' There ™» be free entertain„-.(, 000 building fund campaign. i mcnt and a dance each ni S ht ®": YMCA President William R.! Donalrl Ostrowsky's Polka Boys $a00 iKlmbiwiBh. reported a number! wl " P 1 ^ for dancing. There will' Steel-, of community studies already | also be Concessions and rides. - _._ in the development and area Y officials. He said,| of Christian standards of living, ' These studies are of great value i conducti and Iife purp08e in its workers of America. Local 3643..! have been made both by local 1 "to aid . ' to us in understanding and filling basic of is today fully aware of its civic] the community needs." Many features to bc included in proposed new building have! members and constituency." class of 1886, gave Olin Hall to responsibilities. Members of our;been based on these surveys Cornell in 1939. Both Olin and|organizations constitute ;i suhsum- During the meeting the basic r££n™'vnuth rSrnSn «•»"«* " TOUndK - .Holllsler HalJs arc units of the j , te | portion of our area's popula- aims o£ the YMCA were cited Oinslidn yrnith cha^mjwn. ^ ^ ^ Ly ^ } Bemhardt , new Engineering' Quadrangle! - - - — -^- raunuwn nmrn ^^ sul . priged Qn me , r 20th wed .i T he university's dormitory facil-; ding anniversary Tuesday eve- ity in New York City. F. \\. ning by relatives and friends. I Olin Hall, is named for their PRA1RIETOWN — Alfred Rnyle returned home Wednesday from St. Luke's Hospital in St. DANCE Godfrey Civic Center Come and bring your friends. Diinclng 8:30 p.m.-12:3* ii.m. Music By WALTER STILES Don Schwalb returned home j father and is a gift of the Olin Tuesday from the Univesity of'Foundation. Illinois where he finished his freshman year. COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE At) Tynea Sodas—Sundaes ELM-WAY DRIVE-IN Elm and Henrv. Dial HO 2-2864 A WONDROUS TALE OF PEOPLE AND NATURE TOL.D WITH PASSION, AWE AND TENDERNESS Saturday, June 11,8 p.m. OM Cathedral Hall. State St. Donation 7Sc present for Inc hcnellt or the Cardinal Mlnd/senly I'oundiitlon by Allun ncunorv C'lilhnllc Ynulli Council ALTON POLICE YOUTH GAMP BENEFIT MOVIE SATURDAY, JUNE 11 1:00 P.M. Princess Theatre IN PERSON! AT 2:15 P.M.! Clint Walker ON STAGE! PLUS Walker's Latest Movie ON THE GIANT THEATER SCREEN! Edward Byrnes OAMTON-6UUDE fc^BUST kfNNEDV Rt'ASON-ANDWH Dir* i*d by GORDON DOUGLAS Mf OOMITIOM-4LL SEATS! FAVOKITK FAMILV PBIVE-X STAKLICHT Thru Tues. Box Office Oocns at 7 P.M. FIRST RUN SHOWING! METRO- GOU>Wy*r| L GIRLS ToWM 3 FEATURES « Tonlte and Sat. « LATE OWL SHOW JOEL McCREA in "The Tall Strangtr" •> Cartoons—Fret- Playground—Children Admitted I<'UEE. BEAT THE HEAT! COOL, COOL, INDOOR ICE SKATING Daily 1:80 to I l'.>l—7:00 to 10 KM. Kxi'ept MonUnys I'lttii a Party! Refreshingly Different! Privttti- SKiithiit Lessons Vow Available. ICELAND, INC. !TIA K. tmoAmVAY—ILTUN OPENING JUNE 11th \ SANDY BEACH SWIMMING PICNICKING SAND BEACH SHADED PICNIC AREA HOURS-10 A.M. to 8 P.M. ADMISSION SOc Chilortn 4 to 12 ytart, 25c Undtr 4 ytari FRff D Uke Ur. tteute I! K 9 mmi • * i—F I C I "EDO I The cornerstone laying will be a feature of the annual alumni weekend at Cornell. Olin will be escorted at the ceremony by fellow trustee Walker L. Cisler, president of the Detroit Edison Co.. and by Louis R. Perini, president of the Perini Corp.. which is constructing the library Building. Worden Legion Women Elect New Officers WORDEN — Mrs. Lillian Blotevogel was elected president of the American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday. Mrs. Sophia Wiesemann was named first vice president: Mrs. i OI ! Ey 7:3 ° Dorothea Blotevogel, second vice' president; Mrs. Delores Daube, treasurer: Mrs. Florence Blotevogel. historian; Mrs. Dorothy Pieper. chaplain; Mrs. Jennie Lamb, sergeant-ut-arms and Mrs. Nornni Johnson, secretary. Parents of Son WORDEN — Mr. and Mrs. Alfred' Wehrend of Rt. 1 are parents of a son, Darrell Dean, weighing 7 pounds and 14 ounces Sunday at St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland. BEL-AIR D R I V E - I HWY t,t, a i \' TONITE & SATURDAY OPEN 7:00 START DUSK mnwanma wuux*\ TAYLOR CUFT HEPBURN SHE WAS •EINGUSED FOR SOMETHING EVIL J Plus Action Hit! :ORNEL WILDE IE OF ETEBXITV" •3rd Big Hit I"™ "COURAGE OF BLACK BEAUTV STARTS SUNDAY TONY CURTIS-DEAN MARTIN-JANET LEIGH LAFF HIT! UJ ko K/Ofl tAa*" o^ OXXM . START DUSK 11th ANNIVERSARY WEEK LAST 2 NIGHTS * 3 MAJOR HITS RICHARD HENRY ANTHONY Wins Award John B. Wilkinson, u baker at Noll Baking Co., First and George St. in Alton, \\on a complete correspondence course in baking awarded by the 1960 Victor Zimmerman Memorial Scholarship competition. A similar! award went to Eldred Leo Moy- j crs, a baker at Straub's Bakery ' in St. Louis, and the first prize, a scholarship of $1,000 for tuition and expenses for a course ofi study in a professional baking j si-hool, was awarded to Dominic C. Giacoletlo, a bakor at Mrs. Xoibold's Bnkr Shop in Ciranile Cit> • Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" WIDMARK FONDA QUINN **"** DOROTHY DOIORKS *%vMALONE MICHAELS COlOU br MUM M-G-M pmtnh . . Or*oM«n •xcttaiMflf from lh» matter of (uipwuef GARY GRANT EVA MARIE SAINT JAMES MASON \ m AlFffiD HITCHCOCK S 'NORTH BY NORTHWEST' w VirtoVmon • TfCHNICOtOR* ••K«n>t IfSSIF DOI Open Ouily 6:ao, Start 7 p.m. Aiiult* 50c Rlddlet J5o TONIGHT MON. Frank SINATRA Olna LOUOBRI6IDA Fri., Sat., Mou. «:47 YM. (Sun. 1:14, 5:04, 8:50 f.M.) A WONDERFUL FAMILY PICTURE 7 f-H- (Sun. S:-J5, T.U P.M.) t'or tlue tkuuiut-r Xext T All tie Late Shew Thrills! Jhey'll roast anybody in thoir path! ftMMitld by PiUL SCHREKMAN WOODRIVER • • v Open Tonlte 6:30 T0NITE & SAT. MATINEE SAT. 12:30 BURT LANCASTER AUDREY HEPBURN FOR HIM. DEATH • _ THE J3K»lMH^^HMB UHFOWHVEN TKOHNICOLOM ca-anMutK AUDIE MURPHY . JOHN SAXON PLUS 8:50 CHARLES HERBERT SUSAN GORDON MURVVN VYN GRAND NOW! OPEN DAILY 12:80 Adults 85c. Teenagers 80c Child S5c The FUNNIEST PICTURE since fun was born! MERVYN LEROY'S production of I 3:03 5:35 9:06 2nd HIT Suspense Thriller! EOMOND O'BRIEN June LONDON — UKAINE DAY C|NBM5COP6| At 12:45 4:15 7:45 OPEN 6:30 TONITE TONITE & SAT. PRINCESS Please Note: Due to Police Boys' Camp Benefit Show Saturday afternoon, I P.M., with Clint Walker in person and on the screen, "Yellowstone Kelly", our regular show will start at 3:15 with "Counter Plot". 9ACALL-MORE-LOM coipw »y Of Tunite at 8:35 Saturduy I:r»i 8:15 FIRST RUN HIT — ronite 7:10 Saturday 8:15 7:13 TONITE! , Popcorn Past Nite. Free [driver pastes with first 200 corn and soda pur> chases! SUNDAY-MO E X T R A SATURDAY! lucky Ucenst Nite. Number II in or total on your car. Good for free admission! NDAY-TUESDAY THE HAPPIEST SHOW OF IWO SUNDAY! 4 DAYS PRINCESS Matlnwt Daily Thit Engagtment 2 Showingt Daily - l;30 and 7:40

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