Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1960 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 27, 1960
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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 19«0 BETH ALTO GRAND CHAMPION Myron Sehaakr, 15, f>ft) with grand champion dairy calf, overall breeds, in the junior and 4-H Clnb show at Madison County Fair at Highland Tuesday. At right is Charles Kanning, 14, with reserve grand champion dairy cow, overall breeds. Dirksen Gives Ike Top Play i CHICAGO (AP^ — President | Elsenhower was presented to thr I Republican National Convention ' Tuesday as a great loader whosr ; "simple credo was peace, indi ! virtual liberty, solvency and de: votlon to all of the legitimate oh i.feels of government." 1 In remarks prepared as an in- i frorliidion of the President, .Sen. ; Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois 'said that when Eisenhower first ' WHS nominated here eight years HUM. "H kind of moral fatigue had settled upon the land . . . HIP :v1tnlily of mil- faith in our own institutions had been weakened. ' "Government had become defeatist." Dirkson said. "To this vacuum, President Elsenhower brought a new faith, a new simplicity and a fundamental political credo. The articles of his tatfh ww* simple enough to vex!rated groups have tsmwrl his ertttcs and basic enough to| reports. Military men have «ep- fceep him deeply enshrined in tripped from K ovprnment to a civil- hearts of his countrymen mn role where they might air He described the President as their special views and frastra- man with "unremitting. dedie.a-^<™ In book or magazine form cation to peace . . devotion to I But thr people ... did not lose individual freedom ... a msolveifnith In *e military judgment of to preserve thr solvency ot this the man who was the grand cap tnin of the greatest military ven- lure in the history of mankind." nation." "The President sought a bnl aiiced defense." he said. Full name of Queen Kllza- "Specffll pleaders in vomr case-, beth's ''Mf'st son is Princr undertook to upset it Self-gene- Charles Philip Arthur George. WITH BABY, TOO! r This precocious calf, along with mama, appeared in the 4-H Club Hereford cow and calf show at Madison County Fair at Highland Tuesday. In picture, from left, Jeanne Gieszelmann, Richard Segelken and Leo Gieszelmann, all of Edwardsville.—Staff Photo. i Leon Thompson. 10. carried on Louisiana, with ;m annual av- i a running conversation with Nixon fl '' ; "? p rainfall of li.YHS inches, is the wettest state of the Union. Shoeshine Boy W aylays i\l\on f or 15 minutes while a crowd of CHICAGO (APi—A Negro shoe-! reporters and Nixon supporters shine boy waylaid Vice President I looked on and cameras whirred. Richard M. Nixon Tuesday and, Leon said his fee was 20 cents gave him a highly publicized and!but this shine brought him a dol- verv leisurelv shine. ilar. CHAMPION HEREFORD Karen Bardelmeier, 15, of Edwardsville with champion polled Hereford at the junior and 4-H Club show at Madi- son County Fair at Highland Tuesday. —Staff Photo. Explanation In general, parity means a fair price for farm products. The federal government figures it by comparing the cost of things a farmer has to buy and the services he has to pay for with the income he receives from his crops. Ants! Hurt in Crash, Pair Ask $40,000 Of Two Taverns TERRO It wr« cforth to iw*»t-«oting antt. Kill* whole colonial. Eaty to UM...Indoors- Ouldoon! 39<-59< TREAT YOURSELF TO Laundry*Lovily Shag Rugt! 909 E. Bdxvy. Dial IK) 6-&H77 EDWARDSVILLE — A dram shop suit in two counts, totaling $40,000, against an Alton and a Cottage Hills Tavern, was f Tuesday in circuit court. Defendants in the suit are George Carroll, operator of the B. B. Club Tavern, 2702 Broadway, and Louis lanes Jr., operator of Hideway Tavern, 92 Stanley St., Cottage Hills. Plaintiffs are Galen Rush and James Layton, addresses not given. The plaintiffs are suing for $20,000 each in the complaint, alleging that Rush bei came intoxicated on liquors sold [him at both places last Oct. 10, and that both were injured afterward in an automobile acci- jdent at College and Worden avenues, Alton. According to the complaint, Rush was driving the ! automobile and Layton was a | passenger. i i Also filed in circuit court! i Tuesday was the second of twoi damage suits as the result ofi an-automobile accident April 29 on F!. Ferguson avenue, in Woodi River, against a Wood Riverj i resident. Velma L. Lingle. Filed Monday was a $10,000 suit for damages by the driver of the other car, George K. Friemann, and filed Tuesday was a complaint for $30,000 damages by a passenger in Friemann's car, Jane Liley. It is averred that the Lingle car struck the rear of the Friemann car as the latter was halted on E. Ferguson at a pedestrian crossing. Open 7:00—Start Dusk STARTS TONITE! The Entertainment World's Most Wonderful Entertainment! COMEDY: SUSPENSE: MUSIC! *M r oliTH PACiFic JOHN KERB * MTra GAYNOR * ROSSANO BRAZZI AND! £h!5 sD 6R "FABULOUS LAS VEGAS" \VJptotijj Air-Conditioned Open Daily 6:30. Start T p.m. Adults .Kir Kiddles Wi: FAMILY NIGHTS Today, Thursday All .Seats ".He. Mitlnpc Kvery \Vednrscla.y. Let the I plimn Be 'Your Baby Siller f««t a l'V\v Hours. TODAY & THURS. KING OF THRILLERS WRAY ^ARMSTRONG CABOT Thurs. 8:55 p.m. Today at 5:50, 9:05 Son f ^ - rtT - * HooA Today at 7:48 p.m. Thurs. 7:25 p.m. SERIAL, SHORTS 7 P.M. O|wn 7:30 — Start Dunk ENDS TONITE Together Jgj 1st Time lOUOBRKJIM DEVILS DISCIPLE SOLOMON Burl LANCASTER Kirk DOUGI AS r.uui I/nee OLIVII-R STARTS THURSDAY FANTASTIC AND FUN- TASTIC ADVENTURES IN 3 TOP HITS Klnvin Matlieu-fH Kathy 1 Orant Klchard Eyer COUP* by DC LUXE IDWEST PREMIERE Starting TONITE for one Week FIRST RUN SHOWING! YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN STARLIGHT D kIV I IN ^ TH(AIR[ V< =r ROUTE 140, COLICOC AVt • ALTON, IUINOU === BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 Motion Kelufe You Ever Saw MOONLIT! EXCURSION THURSDAY, JULY 21 Sponsored by Grafton Khoury League Advance Ticket* all Members $1.50. Fare ai boat $1.78. Boat leave* 6 P.M. ORCHESTRA * DANCING * WHOLESOME it RELAXING Wednesday- Thursday SPECIAL •uy 0**—Gtt OM Fret! luy OM—Gt» Ont Frttl HALF OF FRIED CHICKEN $£ WIM. Criip FRENCH FRIES luy OM tt*r OM Mil Pbont HO S-5291 AMD YOU! 01DM WILL II If AOY Curb sud tarry Out Only. M»7 DRIl IN Four Lain- Highway at Bridge — Kant Alton With Sued Tenston And And TKrflls'lht.'l ItMust Winner John Runt's Rnctt Rr Shear (th« only director in hlttory tft win tfti* manyl) TECHNICOLOR* From WAR NCR BitO8 starring JEFFREY HUNTER-CONSTANCE TOWERS-BILLIE BURKE-5ooDysTRoo E NO ADVANCE IN PRICE-CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE • "I knew it had to be great-but who could have expected it to be this great!" JOHN WAYNE "Terrific! The kind of excitement motion pictures were invented for!" SPENCER TRACY "If ever there was a picture to thrill an audience, this iS it!" WARD BOND SECOND FIATURC ttatb Theatre* at 8:8«. LAST TIME TONITE Stf ART WHITMAN Tf)M TYRO* PKOOV \\onn tn QRANP 3:45 At 6:10 A:40 THE STORY OF RUTH STARTS THURSDAY Mntinei* Dully 12:45 A GIANT AMONG MEN IN A ANTIC SPECTACLE! In a land of sinful pleasures rallies his Gallant red to defy lie brute invaders! THE GIANT OF MARATHON At ri:05 PLUS: 2nd HIT At l:OA 4:36 7:45 Extra! Cartoon "Really Sc-unt" TERROR!... behind the ivy walls of a rich boys' academy! M«fro-Go/dwyn-Moyer MICKEY TERRY DAN RODNEY-MOORE-OUR YE A in AN Altar ZUGSMITH ProA/cfion PRINCESSWOODRIVER tfJH UIMf ftft T t out uti r i HI i < nut STARTS TONITE-BOTH THEATRES FIRST RUN SHOWING OPEX 6:30 UNDER THE BIG TOP ...spectacular ieats of LIFE and DEATH IN DJFFRING'ERIKA REMBERQ-WONNE MQNUUB Both Theatres at 6:60 9:80 -^urr PLUS: MEKBV430-aoTrV»7 awiNGi, «uom AUTO AND TRAIN wot* IN OUR FB!!2G PLAYGROUND. JAUMCAKMI lUrrlM >OiUT MUTTON . MAiV tA|Ttl

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