Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1960 · Page 14
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June 13, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH S YOUR CHANCE to TELL WHY FATHER'S DAY IS JUNE 19th... ENTER NOW! WIN WONDERFUL PRIZES FOR POP! THE ALTON DOWNTOWN BUSINESS MEN'S ASSOCIATION is sponsoring this event . . . giving you a great opportunity to give your Pop all the credit he deserves, just tell, in 200 words or less . . . why your Pop's Tops! Entrants of any age can enter the contest so write your letter now . . . moke Father's Day a big event for your Pop! The winning letter will be announced at 2 P.M. on Saturday, June 18th. The winning Pop will receive his prizes and recognition on West Third Street. HI'S MY DAD1 The Winning Pop will receive these gifts: TV Choir WOOLWORTH'S Etectric Fan S. S. KRES6E CO. lena Vibrating Pillow BIEDERMANS Renson Lighter HUDSON'S JEWELRY Munsingwcar Golf Shirt, Sam Sntad Golf Slacks YOUNG'S DEPT. STORE Leather Zipper Toiletry Travel Kit CAMPBELL PHARMACY Ben Hogan Slacks MYERS BROS. Dinner for the Family on Father's Day Sunday at STRATFORD HOTEL Nelson Automatic Electric Toaster GATELY'S Ice Chest W. T. GRANT Pair Pedwin Shoes PAUL'S SHOES Sterling Silver Tie Set, • Link Set CARSON JEWELERS Craftsman Electric Raior SEARS Flex-Let Watch Band HURWITZ JEWELERS Stetson Straw Hat, Arrow Shirt. Tie BARLEFF'S Babcock Round Hassock LEW GILBERT'S L ft L FURNITURE Gillette Adjustable Raior THRIFTY DRUG Man's Two-Suiter SNYDER'S Set of 8 Thermo*Temp Insulated Tumblers GOULDING'S THE WINNING LETTER WRITER WILL RECEIVE A $25.00 U. S. SAVINGS CERTIFICATE Here are the Rules (or the "MY POP'S TOPS" Contest: 1. Entries must be 800 word, or lew. Entrant* of any age are eligible. t. Attach your entry securely to the coupon below. S. Mall to "My Pop's Top*" Contest. Downtown Buslnet* Men's Association, Pott Office Bo* 398, Alton. Illinois. 4. The deadline I. Midnight, Wednesday, June 16, I960. The winner will be announced in the Alton Evening Telegraph and on \VOKZ on Saturday, June 18th. The winning "Pop" will receive prizes and recognition at t p.m. on W. Third St. 5, Letters will not be judged on literary style or excellence but strictly on the qualifications of the candidate M outlined In the letter. Judges' decision will be flnaL No entry or material will be returned. 0. No employes of Downtown Business Men's Association stores or members of their Immediate families are eligible. 7. Information In this announcement constitute* the rules of the contest and the complete list of prliee for the winning "POP." MAIL YOUR ENTRY TO: MY MP'S TOPS CONTI»TJ DACTC • Bcw.l.wiill»l«t«M.«'l»»wtaHo«, GLUE OR STAPLE THIS COUPON TO YOUR LETTER Deadline for Entries: Midnight lune 15, I960. The Winner Will Be Announced I On Saturday, |iwi 18 Downtown Business Men's Association Writer* End MONDAY, JUNE 13,1960 _^' mittee had anoOwr sewttii idled- iuted today wWi «pr«wntitlv« [of the alliance of ttdependent television PREPARE COMMENCEMENT SITE Workmen are shown constructing stands and a tent for graduation ceremonies of Southern Illinois University Tuesday evening at the Southwestern campus near Edtvardsville. Oov. Stratton will bring the address following bus tours of the grounds and a buffet sup* per. Plan County Board Room Sales Listed In Courthouse Basement B ? Hem l' hi11 i The Harry F. Hemphill EDWA-RDSVTLLE — Tho Mad-ilenoh. 315 West Park: Mrs. Mil- Agency today announced 'last ison County Board of Supervis-i dr ed Trehoau. Glen Carbon; : week's real estate sales: ort today adopted,_resolut.ion SiMl . s Eli/aboth Tudor , 102g setting up a renovation of Mr. $26.000 fund portion of and Mrs. Rodville M. Davis sold their four room the Longfellow; Mrs. Clara Dresch., framc home af 1630 j erse y St. for courthouse basement for a f u - 209 Third; Mrs. Delia Gueldner.j to Mrs. Dora L. McPherson: ture meeting room for the board, and authorized preliminary 507 Orchard; Mrs. Lillian shek. 122 North Kansis: Sha-iMrs. McPherson sold her former Mrs.(home. 2722 View-land Ave.. to plans for the renovation. • j Charles Reynolds and son, 536;Mr. and Mrs. James Fuller; The board has used the large!North Kansas; Mrs. Lloyd Best Aronhill Co.. Inc.. bought the room at the southeast corner ofja nd daughter, 840 Martin; Mrs.[home of Mr. and Mrs. Athen E. the courthouse first floor for a Leonard Leihier and son, 1129 West High: Mrs. William Lan- White at 305 Indiana Ave.; Mr. and Mrs. James B. Cahill sold ham and daughter. 623 Voge. Granite City To Have Four More Precincts EDWARDSVILLE—Four addi- their seven-room frame home at 618 E. 16th St. to Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Davison. In Bethalto. the five-room brick home at 311 Ridgeway Dr. was sold by Hemphill to Miss Alleta L. Smith. The home was previously owned by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hunt Jr. In the Annamore Addition of In Hollywood HOLLYWOOD * - The clacfc of typewriters resumes In writers' offices at movie studios today after settlement of a 22- week strike. Screenwriter members of the Writers Guild of America, West, voted almost unanimously Sunday night to accept the latest of* fer of major theatrical film producers. Guild members are still on strike, however, against television film producers. Guild officials said at least 99 per cent of members polled voted to accept their negotiating! committee's recommendations. Benefits for the 500 screenwriters under the new 42-month contract include: 1. A 10 per cent pay hike for the first two years. Starting pay has been $350 a week. 2. A health and welfare fund into which producers will pay $600,000. They also will contribute an amount equal to 5 per cent of a writer's salary, up to a maximum of $100,000 per picture, toward the writers' first health, \velfarf and pension plans. 3. Two per cent ot the producers' receipts from exhibition on free television of movies made in the nex! six years. TV writers, meanwhile, are demanding a share of profits from foreign sales. Their guild negotiating com- ICELAND Inc. The Nile is the longest (4,000 miles river in the world. meeting place for more than a quarter of a century. Under a proposal offered this morning by the board's Courthouse Committee, the meeting place will be changed some time in the future, when the quarters are completed. Edward A. Kanp. an Edwards>-j vilJe firehitect. was authorized: by resolution to proceed wlthj working drawings and specifica-, w*"wv***"*-'w « UU i- GodfreVi thc fj ve . r oom home of tions fm the- basement meeting- j tional precincts were created inj j ames p. clary was sold to Mrs. room plan. The Court house j'Granite City by action of the'Bertha M. Maul. Committee ;ilso was em powered | Madison County Board of Super- Tne six-room frame house on| by resolution to accept the 'o w j viso flf it - re!?11 | ai . Ilmf> o p<i E. Delmar road owned by Mr. bid submitted when proposals;Y' so '* af lts '^gulai June ses -, and Mrs _ Vcrn DehneV was sold are called for by the county| mon this morning. tQ c j Weaver as wel , as the auditor for renovating the court-; The move raised to 157 the to-;fj ve ro0 m brick on E. Delmar house basement. ; tal number of voting precincts i rpad owned by Mr. and Mrs. > The Finance Committee offer-;in the county, and a further in-jj o h n Laslie. ed u resolution, also adopted j crease is anticipated at the re-| unanimously, setting up S25,600jcessed meeting of the board on' from the contingency fund of (July 13. i the general county revenue fund! No Qther preclnt , t ^districting j ex "iproposals were presented to the] board, this morning, but Alton; supervisor Stephen B. Kennedy) has indicated he plans to submit! a resolution at the recessed Julyi board meeting to set up seven more precincts in Alton Township. . Instead of 24. as in the past, work out some plat) also to pro- |the co . extensjve city and town . ,vide an additional third ^^ ship ot Granite City now has 28i courtroom in the oounhouse. tor basement renovation pense. Courthouse Committee Chairman Clifford Krug of Godfrey said today a plan has been proposed to use the present board meeting room for additional quarters for the county clerk's office. It is hoped, he said. to Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE Three area residents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital. Highland, during the past weekend. Eleven patients were dismissed. Admitted were: Mrs, Theresa Keshner. 64-1 Hillsboro: Clemens Taileur. Rt. :i: Olin Hageman. 222 Adams. Discharged were: Miss Diane j Schlemer. Rt. 4; Anthony MH-I ship of Granite City voting precincts, as a result of the board's adoption this morning of a resolution submitted by Granite City Supervisor Leonard Oram. A motion by Chouteau Township Supervisor Joseph Troeckler to delay action on Gram's resolution was defeated on roll call vote, 32 to 6. Week Days Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. No Parking Problems at Roxana TONITE Gary Grant—Tony Curtis Joan O'Brien "OPERATION PETTICOAT" Color — 8:53 Jack Webb—Whitney Blake David Kelson «_ 30 -" 7:12 Selected Shorts OPEN 7;00 — START DUSK LAST 2 NIGHTS! TONY DEAN JANET CURTIS* MARTIN- LEIGH 2ND BIG FEATURE The N fii rslifh tod "MI8TKH MAtiOO" '1001 ARABIAN NIGHTS' FOR THE FASTEST and BEST SERVICE Let Us Process Your Film. Black and White or Color. Open Every Nite 'TM 10 Your Favorite Family Drive-in STARLIGHT Box Office Opeot at 7: TONITE 1ST RUN SHOWING! '4 CarioM*—tr«« CUlt-DMEN 11th ANNIVERSARY WEEK OPEN 7)30 * Kiddie* Always HIKE * START DUSK OUTDOOR THE&TRE fr tot//? fvde Utt20ay> + Our Happitst Show for'60 HUNK Sum Hun MUD .CttOlW fc T«HU . «»« Jons Kma iiw TONITI SINIOI CITIUN NIGHT! AN Nrs«w Ovor X T R A TUUDAY OlDISTCAI NIGHTI Olsjtft Auto MING YOUI TITlf Outdoor Rolltr Rink INDOOR ICE RINK NOW OPEN! I Matinee: 1:30 • 4:00 P.M. Evenings: 7:00 - 10:00 P.M. Matinee 3Sc — Evenings SOc Holler Skat* Rental 25c 2716 E. Broadway, Alton CLOSED MONDAYS! Open Daily KM, Start 1 OJB. Me KHM»e» til TONIGHT LAW TIMES Shewn at §.'« p.ffl. FMhk »n»tf» and Olna Lollobrlflda "NEVER 80 FEW" Shown at ?t!8 pan. "SHE WAS BORN TO BE LOVED" Short Subjects 7 p.m. FAMILY NIGHTS TUI1, WIO., THURS. ALL SEATS 28e Matinee Wednesday and Every Wednesday all Summer. Let the Uptown be your Baby Sitter for a few hour*. TUPS., Thurs. at 8:50 p.m. Wi»d. 2:50, 8:00, »:20 p.m. Tucs., ThuM., 7:22 p.m. 2nd Chapter of "ZORRO'S FIGHTING LEGION" Tuns.. Thurs. 7 p.m. 1:00. 7:40 p.m. Today, Tue,, Wed.| MATINEES* D.ULV 12:80 For Anyone Who Needs Some Good Laughs WakeMe IMhenlA O£3L COLOR »y Mt LUXl ERNIE MAB60 JACK NOflU " DICK KOVACS • NIOOBE-WARDEN • McCARTHY-S, SHAWN Shown 2:05 5:85 9:05 PLUS 2ND HIT 12:45 4:15 7:45 Today, Tue., Wed. •t SHOWINGS DAILY PRINCESS Matinees Doors Open I P.M. 'feature Starts 1:30 Evenings Doors Open 7 P.M. Feature Starts 7:40 FIRST TIMK AT MKOULAR MttCOS Adults 80c, Teenagers 60c, -Child 25c OODRIVERIWOODRIVER i » i * \ (tmt an i i m v t tun 'I *' w -11 s / mi/ nit i.\ »,i L /,,,., r Wednesday! Tonite-Ends Wed, MATINEE 1:30 "KIDDIES FUN-PARTY" 2 HOURS OF FUN! ALL SEATS 280 vauw • «•*» OMU mw PLUS —Shown 6:40 9:16 "ISRAEL" AT OODRIVER 1PRINCESS Showt STARTS THURSDAY! YOU MUST SEE. cinemacic W.US aMD BIG riATURI

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