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TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN Minoso Misjudges Fly, Orioles Go on to Win CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago White Sox saw their American League lead shaved to one-half game Monday night when they dropped a 2-1 decision to Hie Baltimore Oriole*. Minnie Minoso misjudged Ron Hansen'8 fly ball into a double and Gene Woodllng followed with a pinch single which sent home the winning run In the seventh inning. Chicago's only run came in the third when the Sox tied the game on singles by Gene Freese. Herb Score and Nellie Fox. The only heartening factor for the Sox was the brilliant pitch- Ing of Score who went all the way. Score allowed seven hits, didn't walk a man and registered nine strikeouts in showing the form that made him a 20-game winner with Cleveland in 1956. While the Sox were being held to eight hits by Milt Pappas. the New York Yankees defeated Detroit 3-2 nnd pulled within one percentage point of the league) leaders. The Sox will try again at Baltimore tonight with Billy Pierce Swim Trials Begin Today DETROIT (AP)—the amazing recovery of freestyle champion Jeff Kartell sharpened Interest today In the opening of the four- day U.S. Olympic swimming and diving trials. Farrell, the fastest American at TOO and 200 meters, appeared to have lost his chance for Olympic medals when he underwent an enwgpncy appendectomy only Wednesday. It seemed almost certain he Cardinals Go For 5 Straight ST. LOUIS (AP)—For the sixth (10-6) facing Steve Barber (6-4). The Chicago Cubs were Idle Monday but open a four-game series against Cincinnati today with Bob Anderson (3-7) facing Jim Maloney (0-1) The Cubs will he seeking their third Straight triumph. Greenfield Is Khoury Winner ROODHOUSE — Greenfield captured the Greene County Khoury League Atom Division baseball championship here Saturday night by defeating White Hall 5-4 in two extra innings Greenfield had defeated Roodhouse on Friday night by nn 11-6 score to earn a place in the final game against White Hal) which had beaten Greenfield's other Atom Division entry for a berth in the Saturday game. Ricky Lamb, who was credited aa winning pitcher for Greenfield in both the Friday and Saturday games, also delivered the final hit that allowed the tle-| thf> first ^^ in each evcnt t ' uali breaking run to score for the; fi(?d title. The Greenfield tournament team, coached by Walt McManus and Roger Rives, was com- wouldn't be able to participate in the trials, a "must" for making the 42-member men's and women's Rome-bound squad. The 23 - year - oild Kansan has made a remarkable recovery, astounding even his doctors at Henry Ford Hospital. Still at the hospital, Farrell snid Monday night he still hoped to swim In the 100- meter freestyle heats starting at 2 p.m. fEST) today and in the 200-metpr freestyle heats on Thursday. The latter seems more likely, however. The first six in the 200 qualify for the 800-meter freestyle relay tram. Only the first two in the individual events will earn places on the team. In recent Olympics ACMS Rallies to Top posed of the Denny Cole, following boys: catcher; Ricky Saeer's ™fe« r " 4-3 » ^ •> r n City Softball League play pitcher; Gary White,,Monday night, ACMS defeated ;first; Mike Gaither, 2nd; War- Sager's 4-3. After Sager's scored Hme this year the St. Louis Cardinals will try to extend a winning' streak to five games tonight. All the other times ended failure and tonight's try against!Young. 3rd; David Scott, cen- take a 3-1 lead, ACMS came Milwaukee, second place in tbe'terfield; J. P. Guthrie, right- hack with a single run in the National League, will see Ernie field; and Warren Vetter, left-ifjfth a nd two in the sixth for Palmer Clings To Money Lead DUNEDIN, FI«. (API - The Professional Golfer Assn.'s week Greenfield Wonr»n To Plan Programs GREENFIELD -Mrs. Claude Linn, president, and other officers of the Woman's Society ly tournament standing show Ar irhristton Service, will meet nold Palmer of Lljjonip- Pa., stillj? p.m. lending the top 10 money winner* IH Mrs with a total of $08.700. of ;it Thursday at the home Karl Converse to out line the series of meetings and Palmer has played in 20 pro ; programs for the year, fessional golf tournaments, won five and placed tn the first five 12 times. Rurmerup in the top 10 of Dow Flnsterwald, of with total earnings of Greenfield Note* GREENFIELD - William Coggins of Altus, Okla., visited with his niece, Mrs. Richard Third is Ken Venturi, Palo Alto,! • ^"-'ICole, and family Sunday en $37.400. | r oute to Chicago. «H»t, talX ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Witt ham, with $32,100. nf 114 Qm l Klr ' Bml ivirs ' *- nBrieH """ 9 "" JeanC V ' sited durin * th " W ithMrs. Wltf, pa Bethalto Board Fixes 'Stop* Sij r n Streets \.s BKTHAI/IX) — The village board Monday night approved nn ordinance regulating the flow of traffic on two street* extending Into an area recently annexed to the Village of Be- thallo. Amending the present traffic rode, the ordinance designflted Second street and Corbln street! tn the new annexed are* Jerry Barb*. Lo« Angeles, is Wo od. in Litchfield. Robert fifth with $31,200. Broglio (11-5) trying to down thc;field. !the win. Sager's had three hits, Braves and Warrpn Spahn (11-7). Kenneth Ballard of Roodhouse ACMS five. The Cardinals have beaten the was manager of the tournament. \ n another scheduled game Braves six times in 15 encounters so far this year and Broglio is; credited with half ot the victories, j All were in relief. j The Cardinals currently are, holding down fourth spot in the! league and are 4'/j games out of; first. i Midgets Yanks 7, Pirates 6. j Juniors jPiasas 4, Rebels 3. League Leaders ;UMWA e. Trojans 2 Shamrock 8, Chiefs 1 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i National Ix^ague i Batting (based on 225 or more at bats)— Larker, Los Angeles. .345; Mays, San Francisco, .343. Runs—Mays, San Francisco, 74; Bruton, Milwaukee, 70. Runs batted in—Banks, Chicago, 81; Aaron, Milwaukee, 78. Hits — Groat, Pittsburgh, 128; Mays, San Francisco, 123. Doubles — Pinson, Cincinnati, 27; Mays, San Francisco, 25. Triples — Pinson, Cincinnatti and White. St. Louis, 8; Bruton, Milwaukee and Kirkland, San Francisco, 7. in : ren Cole, shortstop; Kenny j three times in the second to j U.S. Junior Champio.i Billy Len oir of Tucson, Ariz., was upset by John Brownlow of Cleveland, a recently discharged Army corporal, 8-6, 6-2. Mike Green, Larry Naglcr and Miguel Olvero of Ecuador advanced. Green, of Miami Beach, Fla., ousted Charley Masterson, Brooklyn, N.Y., 6-3, 6-3. Nagler of North Hollywood, Calif., eliminated Michael Neely of Atlanta, Ga., 6*2, 6-2. Olvero Greer, of Houston, Tex., 6-2, 6-1. Big Guns Start Tennis Firing SOUTHAMPTON, N. Y. (AP) —The big guns / start firing today in the 72nd Southampton Invitation Tennis Tournament with the arrival ol the Australian Champion, Rod Laver, fresh from his victory over Ron Holmberg in the Pennsylvania grass-court final. Laver, who defeated Holmberg 9-7, 8-6, 6-3 Monday at Haverford, Pa., arrived along with three other Australians—Bob Mark, Bob Hewitt and Martin Mulligan. iof Edwardsville spent Sunday Laver opens against George wit " Mr - and Mrs - Wavne Tnav Stoesser of Carmel, Calif. Holmberg opposes Jim Tattersal, England. In Monday's first-round play, Mrs. Byron Rexroad has returned home following an emergency appendectomy at Boydj Hospital last week. Mrs. F. W. Wagner and her sister, Mrs. Adrian Read of Carrollton. spent Friday night and Saturday with Mrs. Wagner's daughter, Mrs. James May, and family in Belleville. Mrs. Eleanore Mitchell returned home Monday after a visit with her son, Capt. Ellis Mitchell and family in Honolulu, Hawaii. Mrs. Roy Lee is a patient at Passavant Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thayer and Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Ellis jing or crossing from another street must stop before entering these two streets, the ordinance reads. In other action the board ap- er. Mr. and Mrs. Grover L. Bau- proved a bid of the Town and Country Swimming Association to lease an area of land in thej northeast corner of the Bethal- lo Park for construction of a swimming pool. The Association , will lease the land for 40 yt-ars,; not estimate the other. Goode, of Urbana. Otilo. may keep the smaller diamond, lot under crater rates must pay • 25 per cent royaiiy on the second because it is above five carats. Tourists pay a small fee to hunt for diamonds. GRAND - THURt, DICK CLARK NCOWM They're Yean|" SOON—Walt DtMfff'ff "NLLYANM" with an option to renew the' "He didn't give me the raise, but he bought the story about wh y l had to have it! " mi. «,u „..-.«. uvc. ^ ~au- er attended a dinner in Carroll- iton Monday night honoring Dan Carmody. who is retiring after East Alton Muny League Norb's Northsiders won from the Steelworkers on a forfeit. Sager'n 030 COO 0—8 8 2 ACMS 100 012 x—4 5 1 Three I League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Fox Cities 9-8, Burlington 7-2 (7 innings 1st game,! Lincoln 6, Sioux City 2 Topeka 3, Des Moines 2 disposed of Edward ===:== River Ripples ^= and Outdoors with Harold Rrand Race Clam** Owners of fast pleasure craft the skier. Also some boats aren't powerful enough to carry added Holmberg Hopes For Cup Berth HAVERFORD, Pa. (AP)-Hope springs eternal, they say, and on this premise young Ron Holmberg still envisions a trip to Australia for Davis Cup play. Holmberg. blond and crew-cut from Brooklyn, waxed optimism for a lad who had just lost an important match. I've got as good a chance as anybody to make the Davis Cup agreement for an additional years. ' i According to the agreement i WQfff Otl with the village, the pool board' must use the operation and swimming pool and other recreational facilities. Fire Chief Lester Cook reported that firemen responded fire calls during the month. Police Chief Clyde del Sr. reported 8 traffic Progressing i Construction work on the newi sanctuary of First Baptist Church at College avenue and Finds Two Diamonds, ' Is Seeking More MURFRKESBORO. Ark. (APt- A retired biiMhp.ssman, with two liamonds already, today headed bark to thr Crater of Diamonds looking for morn stonos. E. W. Goodo found a 1.64 carat filed a petition with the Illinois Commerce Commission requesting permission to cross railroad tracks of the New York Central System to provide a roadway to the public grade school, Village Attorney Bruce Quackenbush reported Monday. A hearing on ,the petition is scheduled for August 31 at 10 a.m. in Springfield, Quackenbush said. Bethalto Mayor Er- will have an opportunity to com-j weight and still pull a skier atj te am," the 22-year-old Ron said plete in seven different classes next Sunday in the Alton Pirates Outboard Boating Club's fourth annual races at Clifton Terrace. high speed. About the only thing a person can do is to equip his boat with a rear vision mirror and pull his Home runs — Banks, Chicago and Aaron, Milwaukee, 28; Mathews, Milwaukee; Mays, San Francisco and Boyer, St. LOUJS, a. Stolen bases — Pinson. Cincin-1 rated by piston displacement be-1 ton channel where it is legal! nati, 23; Mays, San Francisco, 20. {cause horsepower ratings of dif- \ Pitching (based on 10 or morejferent motors vary. I decisions)— Williams, Los Ange-; B. class is for motors of 10i, Comm. BUI Taylor, 3410 Badleyj sWer5 over on the Missouri side jAve., said the classes will be| 0 f the Mssissippi River navga- Sandbar Activity Activity on sandbars of Alton , , . A . ,. Lake is growing every Sunday, le., 11-2, .846; Roebuck, Los An- to 20 cubic inch piston dispalce | ^ afe d(jzens Qf sandbars geles. 8-2, .800. ;ment: C for 21 to 30; D tor 31 to| wh numerous boats and Stakeouts—Drysdale, Los An- ; 41; E for 42 to 40; F for 51 to! ^eles, 168; Friend, Pittsburgh, 130. J60; G 61 to 71; and H 72 to 90. j j Trophies will be awarded to American League winners in the events scheduled Batting (based on 225 or morel to start about 2 p.m. Advance re' ' • ------ -•—- "—•- gjstrations may be made to race chairman John Kerwin, 2200 N. at bats) — Skowron, New York, .323; Smith, Chicago, .318. Runs—Mantle, New York, 84; Maris, New York, 73. Runs batted in — Maris, New York, 81; Skowron, New York, 71. Hits—Minoso and Smith, Chica-1 enforcing Rodgers Ave. . Enforcing Water Ski Laws the Illinois Boating go, 119; Robinson, Baltimore, 112. i Laws. Wayne Bridge-water, 311 Doubles — Skowron, New York.JDoerr St., Roxana, said that he 23; Siebern, Kansas City and Al-:was arrested by a conservation lison, Washington, 21. ! agent on July 24, near Clifton Triples — Robinson, Baltimore, .'Terrace while pulling a skier with Fox and Aparicio, Chicago and Becquer, Washington 6; Seven players tied with 5. Home runs—Maris, New York, 31; Mantle, New York, 27. Stolen bases —Aparicio, Chicago, 28; Landis, Chicago, 15. Pitching (based on 10 or more only himself in the boat. Bridgewater added that he was fined $25 in East Alton court but the costs were stayed. The law requiring two competent persons in a boat has been approved by the Illinois Water SKI Assn., but it is most unpopu-i teer Emergency Corp men point out that a person should never wade nor swim on the downstream side of any sandbar as that is where the stepoffs are. Always swim or wade on the upstream side where the current will bring you back to shallow water if you get into difficulty. Most important of all be sure that all youngsters wear life jackets when wading or swimming on, a sandbar. Saturday one youngster wearing a life jacket .was swept off a sandbar and carried away in the current near Golden Eagle ferry landing but was easily and quickly rescued. Fishing Note* Belmont Wahl, 16, 2407 Ebbler decisions)— Coates, New York, jlar with a great number of in-(St., has been scoring numerous 9-2, .818; Stobbs, Washington, 8- j dividual skiers. Most of them (catfish in recent sveeks at the Al- 2, .800. Strikeouts — Sunning, Detroit, 132; Pascual, Washington, 106. complain that it isn't always easy; ton-Wood River Sportsmen's Club to get another person to go along just to ride in the boat and watch FOR THE FAMILY THAT HAS EVERVTHIH6 —and is now paying for it rthe payments on too many instalment purehaaat ar« catching up with you, arrange an HFC Payment-Reduce* Loan and pay off all you stUI owe. Vbuf pay HFC much less per month than you pay now... and actually keep more of your paycheck! Drop to or phone HFC-America's oldest and tar* est company specMttng to instalment cash barn. Borrow up to $800 wife •p to 24 month* to you get more thiin money rom OUSEHOLD FINANCE ThW Street, 2ml Root PHONE* HOward lake in Godfrey. The other day he landed a 7% - pound catfish that was 25 inches long. On another occasion he landed several catfish that totalled 21 pounds. Ironically, Wahl has been tossing all smaller but table size fish back. Jimmy Swan, 15, of Hardin recently landed a 37%-pound catfish on a trotline in waters near his home. The fish was three feet in length. Pond Building Bulletin Persons wanting to build a small pond may write for a new bulletin issued by the Conservation department. The bulletin tells how to build ponds, and manage them for best fishing. How to select a proper lake site, planning, constructing the dam, and landscaping are Included in the pamphlet. Requests should be sent to Division of Fisheries, Room 102, State Office Building, Springfield, 111. Guard Auxiliary Meeting The U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary board ot directors dinner meeting is set for Wednesday evening aboard the club boat Piasa at Harbor Point Yacht dub. announced rear Commodore, Harold daman, California avenue, Herbert Uito, Ft. Uuderdale, Fla., Comm. Flynn Ford, and Bruce Snow. All elected officers of the Auxiliaries 15 area Flotillas also will attend, Jansen said. Holmberg spoke Monday after losing to Australia's Rod Laver The score in a best-three-of-five- sets match for the Pennsylvania Lawn Tennis Championship was 9-7, 8-6. 6-3. Although most tennis experts feel that Barry Mackay, Bernard Bartzen, Earl Buchholz, and Chuck McKinley will be sent Dowp Under if America earns the right to challenge for the Davis Cup, Holmberg refuses to concede. "I think the way I play in the tournaments in South Hampton, Orange, Newport, Boston and Forest Hills will determine whether I make the team or not," Holmberg said. "If I play well I ought to go." Holmberg felt his loss to Laver was a great performance by the Australian National champion, rather than any dereliction on his part. WLLNG BOWL HAVEN 3 Man Scratch Steiger 233-266-202 (880), hammer 228-209-212-226 Netz- (875i, Berry 200-200, Coleman 203-207204-202 (816), Althoff 222, Schenk 204, A. Smith 211, Jefferson 216, W. Smith 227, Edgars 203, Taylor 203, W. Smith 223, Boone 223. Monday Mixed M. Wock 181, F. Brandt 214, A. McCoy 168, C. Johnson 204, M. Beckman 199-178-168 (545), W.,Brown 206-214, J. Moore 213. 27 years service as Standard Oil rests in thc last month. Bills dealer. j totalling $4075.69 were approv- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Casper ofjed by the board. Memphis, Tenn., who werej guests here Saturday night, andj Mr. and Mrs. Amol Greer, attended a picnic for "ham" radio operators at Terry Park, Palmyra, Sunday. Larry Young, who will begin his third year at Parks Air College in the fall, is spending August in reserve officers training at the Air Base, Lincoln, Neb. Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sydney, Australia — Ralph Du pas, 146V2, New Orleans, outpoint ed Charley Scott, 146, Philadel phia (12). Tokyo—Morio Kaneda, 142, Ja pan, outpointed Jiro Sawada, 142 Japan (10). Tiajuana — Davey Moore, 127 Springfield, Ohio, outpointed Kid Irapuato, 127, Mexico (10) (non- title). Heidi Prentice In Junior Meet WAUKEGAN, HI. (AP)—Medal ist Marianne Gables of Whittier Calif., meets Patti Shook of Sau gautuck, Mich., today in the first round of the Women's Western Golf Assn. Junior Girls Tournament. The 17-year-old Miss Gable, who won the Los Angeles junior championship, shot a 3-over-par 39-39— 78 in winning medal honors Mon day at Glen Flora Country Club. She finished one stroke ahead ol Carol Sorenson of Janesviile, Wis., j \_siiui t_n a i v_,wiic(,t: a v crime anu , ' Tls -|Johnson street is progressing i diamond Monday morning. A few. ' ar " rapidly, the Rev. Orrin Ander-i hours "" nr hr lurned U P a 5 - 12 : RANP HI I HI Ml I Mi l\ TODAY & WED. MotiM** Doily 12:46 m JACK OAK! /KAY MB>FOR0/KM BOIES, . m mtm • wi mum I) turn Mi • Ml • » *l • I At l:lff SMS 5:15 7:15 »:IS PLUS: Color Cartoon son, pastor, said today. Work is on I oarat stonr. schedule and a Hmvard Millar ' °f*™tor of the tentative completion date o f;™ mmpr f ial diamond-hunting von School Roadway I Nov. 15 has been set, he report- BETHALTO — Bethalto has ed The tall colonial-style columns and work on the porch which faces College avenue, are finished. All brick work is also completed, he said. At present the glass in the colonial style windows is being installed. This is a difficult installation job, he said, because each half-window weighs 50 pounds with glass, lead and: putty in it. i A storm sewer drainage sys-j hire, estimated tho valur of the smaller stone at $1.000. He could who had a 38-41—79. Finishing third with 80s were Judy Rand, the USGA girls champion from Aurora, Ohio, and Heidi Prentice of Wilmette, 111. Miss Shook had a 41-43—84 and finished in a ninth place tie among the 16 qualifiers. Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pacific Coast League Salt Lake 5, Vancouver 4 Spokane 8, Sacramento 7 Portland 9, San Diego 7 Seattle 10, Tacoma 6 American Assn. Denver 3, Dallas Fort Worth 2 Louisville 5, Minneapolis 3 Houston 4-4, Charleston 2-3 International League Toronto 3-4, Columbus 0-6 Rochester 3, Miami 2 Buffalo 14, Jersey City 5 Richmond 5, Montreal 2 Yesterday's Stars By THB ASSOCIATED PRESS Pitching— Jim Perry, Indians, pitched a five-hit 3-0 triumph over Vashington for his 12th victory. It was his third shutout, all Private dining room for small parties. Dial HO 5-MU4 Th« P/crc» fo Go Wntn You Waal th* V«ry Beat/" The Chicken Shack (Formerly Joe'» Grill) .Rout* •I—Godfrey a CbMWMl Broiled Stealu Aged to Perfection a Bkiltet Fried Chicken a Pit Barbecued Hit* • Seafood • Obarooej Broiled • Cbkiken Uven —•ad many otiur wrved with bonwm« cult*, berrv IAD butter. Miectloni wwuny All Conditioned /or Your Cop/orl/ Open Tueeday thru iBtunlay 6 PJ«. to I A.M. J4. to 10 win Plegge will accompany the j tern is also presently being attorriey to the hearing. [worked on. In the petition the village i No interior work has been states that It plans to construct a 30 foot roadway from the north end of Sheridan street through the park to east Mill street to provide access from the Southeast part of the vil- dohe yet, he added. All interior plastering work will b- started soon. Being installed today and in the next several days are the interior stairways. Next week the slate roof will BEL*AIR HWY 66 A I 1 I TR 6 9636 OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK LAST NIGHT i John Kerr—Mltzl Gaynor "SOUTH PACIFIC" Color AND! "Fabulous Las Vegas" , STARTS TOMORROW ALASKA TODAY! . . . HAW! . . . LAVISH PASSIONS! ROBERT RYAN CAROLYN JONES RICHARD BURTON laj?e to the local public grade I be P ut on - This is a b 'S Job- school. WOODBURN - Mr. and Mrs Walter E. Froebel were parents of a daughter, born July 28 al Wood River Township Hospital. They have named the baby Charotte Faye. Mrs. J. L. Pennington accompanied Stephen Thyer, Bonita Baker, Alberta Hopper, and Snusan Cope home Friday from Meram, Ind., vhere they spent a week at camp. Miss Martha Cordum spent the veekend at Wisconsin Dells with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schafer and daughter, Vera, of Fosterburg. Mr. andl Mrs. Gene Cornell and son Mark of Springfield, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. James Pennington of Plainfield, Ind.. visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pennington Sunday. Mrs. Cleo Thyer and daughter, r oyce, of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Maricle of Alton were guests of John Thyer and the Misses Martha, Mabel and Kate Thyer Saturday evening. igainst the Senators. Patting—Pete Daley, Athletics Catcher, drove in four runs gainst his former Boston mates with a home run and two singles n Kansas City's 10-8 victory in 0 innings. since the roof is so large and so high, he commented. Copper facing or the steeple also will] be installed soon. j i Woodburn Church Committee Meets WOODBURN - The building committee of Woodburn Congregational Church met Monday at the church to consider possibilities of 'reeling an educational building.! Repairs to be made from the re-j cent storm damage were also discussed. * The -Philathea class of the church had a potluck picnic Sunday in the church yard. OPEN 7:30. START DUSK IT HOODS Cto i 1 i o</if fV"£ NOW Ends Wednesday GARY GRANT;TONYCURTIS OPERATION/,] PETTICOAT Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily HAMBURGERS STARLIGHT UOUtl 140. COIUOI A «. .• ALTON, tUINOli; Your Favorite Family Drivp-ln Box Office Opens at 7 ENDS TONIGHT Jeffrey Hunter, Woody Strode Ruritdge" John Wayne. Ward Bond "Tlit Starehtrs" Starts WEDNESDAY for One Week FIRST RUN SHOWING! THE MOTION PICTURE GIANT OF 1960 BY THE AUTHOR OF 'GIANT' Kocn HUDSON J[AN SIMMONS Domm McGUIRt Cum RAINS ^ Open Daily 6:30. Start 7 p.m. Adults OOc Kiddies 25c FAMILY NIGHTS Tonight, Wed., Thiirs. All Seut» zsc. Matinee Every Wednesday. Let the Uptown Be Vour Baby Sitter for a Few Hours. TONITE • WED. • THURS, Tonight and Tliurs. 8:50 p.m. Wed. 1;00, SiOO. 8iOO p.m. WKE JONES i£ cmr siicu is RINCESS LAST TIME TONITE OPEN 6:30 CIRCUS OF HORRORS At 6:50 9:30 PLUS: At 8:25 ROBERT HUTTON In "JAIL BREAKERS" Starts Wednesday 4 Big Days f m-^-m DORIS MlStfS MNB MB MKHKIi At 8:45 PLUS: FUNNIEST EVER! Starring PETER SELLERS At 7:15 PLUS SICONO NATUUt RMOOVKSCOn COMIANtHE , STATION PIUS CAITOONS-CHIlDilN A0MITT1P Pill Fin Tnwkj Live poolM, M*>rry4io.Bound, Hwlut. HJIdi Auto M* Train RMM to Our FRG1S PLAYOBWWl) . •HIM Tonight and Thurn. 7:18 pan. Wed. 8:17. 7U7 Mm Short Subvert and Thrilling Serial OODRIVE LAST TIME TONITE OPEN AT 6:30 SIMONE SIGNORET "ROOM AT THE TOP" 8:59 PLUS: • EDWARD G. ROBINSON In "7 THIEVES" 7:05 Starts Wednesday THE TOWERING TITAN OF ALL TIMU VlCIDR MATURE HANNIBAL RITA GAM GABRIELE FERZETT1 At H:au Plus: •HJIWS CIAII-IIMTNA WBBW f MM IHttUUUM I «MM_£.».«2|pM*^MM WOODRIVER WEDNESDAY Matine* Only PfiN l*;4fi STAttTS KM "KIDDIES SUMMER FUN PARTY" All MATS IH ftOOP HIM POi All 9IANT HATUU "COURAGE OF iLACK MAUTY" KUli 3 IT009IS COIttOY" IXTftAi CAITOOMS t HODHS OF UOOO YVV

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