Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 5, 1960 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, August 5, 1960
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AUGUST 5,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN OtAIRIRANCM MtOftf ItlltfLf tftHM M6M TIPiml M 'T? fM ifMi Hunt f«e«rrM OMIT II MILII 9ttet*llt« Mo.. 9U Mill VACATION AT ECHO LAKE RANCH River Ripples « and Outdoors with Harold Brand Cardinals Move To No. 2 Spot ST. LOUIS (API— The surprising St. Ixjuis Cardinals won their seventh consecutive victory Thurs!day night, a 4-2 victory over the 'Milwaukee Braves, and moved up *** *° Race Official* | opera tors; Bob Moore, Ffajiklto second place in the National Several advance entries have Moore. W. A. Wlllh, Kd twpln- j Leagup. been reRiKtered with race chair-(^ and Art &>&„. Judges; Mel! Credit for ,. , „ man Mm KM, 2J«JN. ^j*™ and M WIN., highway'^ "•*""• " 19 - y " ar -° ld '^ ers Ave for the Alton Pirates | Outboard' Boating Club's fourth i tra(flc managers; UM i*n*».jjn eleven decisions. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ annual rac« Sunday at 2 p.m.;pace boat operator; Harold Ward And it was another contest that SJrmnJaTe 1 .o many choose for a realiat Clifton Terracr. The race pits land H«rb Behrens. public address! saw Julian Javier at his spectac- • ••• "*. •" «•>» r!- :. .*. _• .1 ^%^^>.t._«!_.»' ._- ... .. * •• • _•» _ . • iln vi Iv.a>4 ular best. swimming, tie* sun decks, diving dock*, boot ing. fishing, hiking, movie*, saddle horse*, jhufflebosrd, wiener roasts, hillbilly golf and special ranch dancing. Rugged Otark country CABIN * i 0006 MEALS EACH DAV dn the foothills of the °' ar *»Y '{J, g " i will be at the site of the former j systern announcers; and anoth-l yalley. only ml es r .. ^> A]ton Motorboat Club quarter pr mem ber also named Ed Wll-i ___ boat. non. flag man. jnch bluegill. It was Staging a race requires manyj E n tri es will be accepted up un-jgusting, Morrissey said, hands and those who will assistj ti | \\ „ m t he day of the races! Gn» Brchdoldt, Elm street, include K. J. Lane, boat and w hich has eight, pleasure boat | travelled to waters near Pleasant Dominican Republic legged a double Into a triple M the Cards' leadoff batter and scored the first run. In the field he triggered a difficult double play and collected three assists In all. The Cards acquired Javier and right-hander Ed Bauta from the Pittsburgh Pirates May 27 for Vinegar Bend Mizell and Dick Gray. The next day Javier started a' second base against San Francisco and coltected two hits in three trips. Cardinal General Manager Bing Devtne says the deal for Javier may be the most Important he has ever made. Tonight the Cards will send Curt Simmons (3-1 » against the Lot* of fun—for old and vpunr WONDERFUL PLACE FOR CHILDREN FULL WEEK $35 Phone or write for Illustrated folder giving all 3 DAYS ALL-If O expense vacation rates informi EXPENSE * B vatlons lo St. Louis office. Less for Children 2710 WASHINGTON (8) FINE FOR A FAMILY PICNIC OR SWIM DATE The 24-year-old native of the i Cincinnati Redlegs' Bob Purkey most dis- motor inspector; it manager; (a nd Charles Watts, Arthur Shaw, crash boat Adults 78c Kids SOC Drive out anytime. It may be lust the place you are looking for. Or try a complete ranch day outing—two tasty meals, swimming, dancing and ground privileges, only 12.75. Go out Highway 30 (Oravols) to west side of High Ridge (16 miles from city llmlti). Turn right on Hghway PP to our sign. Turn left and continue lo ranch. Evenings or weekends phone ranch. Essex 6-M96. Keep this ad. Buy Out—tot OIM Prtcl Buy On*—tot On* Pr»*! HALF OF FRIED CHICKEN 35 FRENCH FRIES Buy On. tot On* FREE Phone HO 5-5291 AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY Curb and Carry Out Only. Friday, Saturday, .Sunday TAKE THE FAMILY CftlrtDsf* A CD SID ft OUT 8LM1AY FOK 5MUKuA5IIUICU OVER 50 KINDS OF FOOD! $1.75 Adults, Children »1,25 Plus a Delightful Regular Menu! COMET DRIVE IN 8687 EAST BKOADWAV — On Four Lane Highway at Bridge — Kant Alton Now Open All Day Monday/ Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily 4-LANE WEEKEND SPECIALS! 7 Deluxe $1 00 Homburgtri... I 7 fcW $100 Prtiieh Prlw... I 29° Frtiieh Frit*. 1 Pound 4" Fifth Sttak>. or 4 for $1.00 Hot 29' or 4 for $1.00 Phone HO 2-0322 for Quick Service on Your Carry-Out Orders/ 4 LANE DRIVE INN 'Home of 1 5c Hamburgers" Look for tu In the Stockade On Kant Broadway 2785 E. Broadway, Alton classes and three semi proles-1 Hill Sunday and landed a lew sional class events. As in previous races, most entries are received on the morning ol the races. The rain date is the following Sunday. The Old Pishing Hole perch and bluegill. It was quite a drive lor so few fish, Bechdoldt commented. Angler* Content The Lake Norfork Recreational Assn. has announced its sec- Most anglers have fond mem- ond annual Fishing Derby from ories of the ol' fishin 1 hole that'Oct. 15, through Oct. 22 with $5,they caught chubs and other!000 j n cash and merchandise fish as youngsters. And in mostjprizes being offered. Anglers leases the old fishing site is i must fish in the Arkansas part ol BOWL HAVEN Wednesday Mixed No. I Moss 204, D. Coleman 205, H Luly 210,/L. Leady 170-16M66, J. Leady 223-212, Muehleman 169. Mixed No. J. Boone 213-200-211 <624i, L jgone. Usually there is a housing!the lake. The prizes will be of- development or an industrial fered for largemouth black bass, area where the youngster once smallmouth black bass, Kentuc-|Steiger 214-228 i640>, D. Steig- fished in the good old days. jky (or spotted) black bass, crap-'er 168-166, J. Glowers 202, A, But we have come across an'p' 6 - Bnd white bass - AH mea-|Lawson m GToyo 172-180, R exception. Loute Bowman of thei su '- ements wi » ** b - v W( ^ ht only. Robinson 212 C. J«««cn 200 Alton Police Department, still 1 For more fishing contest infor-|N. Mckols 225. K. Marquis 162 fishes in the pond where hei™«° n write to the Assn.. at; Tuesday I^dle* caught them as a youngster. Re-(Mountain Home. Ark. and a H .Gray 153 ,jC. Rhoads Io9 cently Bowman took his wife I pamphlet containing rules and i Zumwalt 158. F. <x» 158. K. and children to the two or three-j regulations will bo sent to you. j Marquis 15b. Lampert 164 J. arre oond near McCluskv and on' Best Bait « Marquis 154-156, E. Recher 1W.- acre pona near McuasKy ana on, _ . . . m ]g4 ^ Rejd( ^.205.^8 (570)t Chappell 160, Johnson 151, Sasek 161, M. Lyons 155-160-158, D. lowan Tries ToNailCrown WAUKEGAN. III. (AP>— Sharon Klacioos of Dubuque, the Iowa hinior champion, today will try to nail down thp championship of the Women's Western Junior Golf Tournament after being runner-up he last two years. Sharon. 17. will face Judy Rand of Aurora. Ohio, the national jun- • champion competing in the Western for the first time. She also is 17. The title showdown will he over the 18-hole route at the Flen Flora Country Club. Miss Rand gained the finals Thursday by defeating medalists Marianne Gable of Whittier, Calif. 7 and 5. She closed out the match on the 13th by holing a 12-foot birdie putt. Miss Fladoos moved up with a 3 and 1 victory over Ann Baker of Maryville Trnn. The Iowa lassie was only 1-up after nine holes despite shooting a 39 to her opponent's 43. Miss Baker twice hit the water to lose the 10th with a 7. They halved the next six holes until Miss Fladoos closed out with a winning birdie on the 17th. HONORED Yesterday'«Stt« 9y TUB AfliOCtAf'fctt fmHP Batting—Earl Battey, Senator*. wi-Chicflgo catcher, harttnwwo s two-run homer In the eighth to give the Senators n 2-1 triumph over the White Sox. Pitching— Ray Sadeckl, Cardinals southpaw, hurled a silt-hitter as the Cardinals whipped Mllwau- jkee 4-2 for a sweep of the three- game series. Six golfers won both the U.S. Open and Amateur crownt the same year. Roger R o m a n I, who graduated from Roxana High School this year, has been awarded a basketball scholarship to the University of Eastern New Mexico. Roger played three years of varsity football for the Shells. He will report to college Sept. 1. Charley Metro, former American League outfielder, Is managing the Denver Bears in the American Assn. his first cast with a worm, Bow-] In a fishing roundup from the man landed a one pound, nine- Conservation Department, some of the baits now taking fish include worms, night crawlers, liver, lead head streamers or jigs, frog pork chuncks, artificial night crawlers, jitterbugs, cheese stink bait, turtle liver, Johnson Silver minnor, crickets, and cockroaches. You can't beat that for variety. The best catches are being made in eary morning and in late evening. I960 ounce crappie. He thought at first that he had landed a bass. A present-day youngster recently caught a 13-pound catfish in the pond also, Bowman said. And other large catfish have been seen in the waters. This is one fishing pond where the 'passing years improved the catch. Fishing Dog Days But dog days for fishing are 'here for other waters. The other afternoon, Bill Morrissey, Logan street, and Tom Fleming, fished ;in waters near Pere Marquette [Park and couldn't get their ! hooks beyond three and four ILLINOIS | Banned Burning '. Britain's King Edward I made the burning of coal a capital of- jfense for a while near the end | of the 13th century because he j disliked the heavy, acrid smoke. 60V. WILLIAM G. STRATTON invites rw to the BIS I960 FAIR SPRINGFIELD TH€ show of the SIXTIES! The 1960 Illinois State Fair promises to set the pact and tempo for a wonderful decade of agricultural and industrial expositions. Corn* to the Fair for days of carefree enjoyment and exhilarating experience Ten days of fun and frolic beginning August 120or the wfaote family. COVEBNOt R& THRR1S EXHTEMEWT FUN! GREATEST AGRICULTURAL SHOW ON EARTH MORE THAN $800,000 IN PREMIUMS DON'T MISS America's Favorite Comedian o, we// o* other BIG NAME STARS FROM STAGE, SCREEN, TV A RADIO DUKIf OF MXIflAND pAv IMI »•»*» PAUL WHITEMAN All-Stor Gershwin r SPf C1AIADMP ATTIACTWM •atallkff niliomi IfM • MAUD Oil OMY ChonipiQfitMp U.i^.C. • IOC-Mill AUTO RACI ' National Qiampiomhip • MOTOR CYCll RACK • HARNIff RACJMO Midw«fT f Oreattd Socwty * Wt«»m • MOtM fNOW Ultotf ITAtl PAH •IVUW •MCTACVIAR VOOVH ACTf Trap*!* AHittt ond I A*, of AM Km* flit Hoif Orfttr fcaf§rti CORRECTION! BIG SQUARE DANCE at MONTICELLO PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Will Be Saturday Night Music By: BOB BERMES Caller: (Rinfl) RINGERING Surface or Parking Lot Will Be Treated for Dancing • FISH FRY FRI. & SAT. P.M. — Sponsored by — Godfrey Civic Center Dancing 8:30 p.m.-12:10 a.m. Steiger 180-150, D. Harris 165, L. Harding 190, C. Landre 183167, B. Booten 176. Tuesday Men Vanata 200. H. Nelson 224, E. Frankford 205. K. Nelson 219, E. Bartow 213, B. Cress 204, B. Kallal 231 (616), B. Hickerson 211. Upper Alton Edges St. Mary's, 11-9 In Senior Church softball play Thursday night Upper Alton edged St. Mary's, 11-9; Curdie Heights Baptist doubled the score on Hillcrest, 16-8: Delhi slaughtered Cherry Street, 12-1; Faith Lutheran whipped Fosterburg. 10-6, and Main Street won on a forfeit by First Christian. CLEARANCE SALE ON ALL FISHING LURES 25% OFF MURLE'S BAIT SHOP Ph. HO 2-7897 2820 Bdwy. Alton, III. Phone CL 4-7887 Week Days Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. No Parking Prohlpms at KoxaiiH TONITE-SAT.-SUN.-MON. Tony Curtis — Dran Martin Janet " "WHO WAS THAT LADY" 9:05 Sophia Loren, Anthony Quinn Margaret O'Brien "HELLER IN PINK TIGHTS" Color — 7:20 Selected Shorts ALHAMBRA HOMECOMING Sat and Sun. Evenings AUG. 6 and 7,1960 Parade Sat 7:00 P.M. Parade Sun 6:30 P.M. Free Dancing Both Nights Given by ALHAMBRA FIREMEN & LEGION The Country Kitchen OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT SEVEN DAYS A WEEK TONITE Thru Tues. ALASKA TODAY TONITE Thru Tues. RAW! EXCITING! LAVISH! BEL*AIR HWr 66 & 1 II IR 6 9636 '• THE MOTION PICTURE GIANT OF 1960 BY THE AUTHOR OF 'GIANT 1 •MiKHMo i mean I own i MARTHA i BURTON iRYANlJONESlHYERteus •com it WARNER WOS. TECHNICOLOR* PLUS A RARE ADVENTURE HIT •fit DOG CONES ICE CREAM SODASt SUNDAES! AH Made With Dellcloui V SAecrrJburn's ICE CREAM • TASTY SANDWICHES • Coca-Cola, Root Beer • DonuU of All Kind* DRIVE IN 300 C. Elm. Phone HO 5-8952 Open 1 A.M. to 11 FM. Dally Including Sunday H&H SUNDAY BREAKFAST Served .11 a.m. to noon WEEKDAYS OPEN Monday thru Saturday, 4-8 pan. Steak and Chicken Dinners Packed To Go Home Made Bread and Pastry Route 100, Hi Allies West of North Alton. Call HO 6-2113 YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN STARLIGHT slOUn 140, COUfOI AVI. • AITOH tUNON : Box Office Open* at 7:00 FIRST RUN SHOWING! ill TONITE Thru TUESDAY Air.CondiHofltd Open Dally 6:80. Start 7 pan. Adult* 50o Kiddie* 880 Tonight Through Mon. Toiilgbt, Sat,, Hon. 8188 P.M. Sun. 8:20, S:»0 8i80 PM. x <0 '^AND 1 Steel' Touigbt, H»t., Won 7U5 P.M. ibort Mubjevto 1 fM. Sun. 1107, 4187, 7141 P.M. DUTDOO THEflTR cr touts GVAO OPEN 7:30 Tonite & Saturday DRAMATIC ACTION ADVENTURE | START DUSK And a Real Shocker GARY COOPER MARIA SCHELL KARL MAIDEN ICHAIHEDFURY! The ^*rmw»**f rt'r" '—•• ITONY CURTIS SIDNEY POITIER THE DEflANT ONES MUIIUN n 4 THE MUMMY ALL TYPES SUNDAES SODAS Root Beer In Frosted Stelfti ELM-WAY DRIVE-IN Elm an4 Henry. Dial Hd i-MM QRANO '»» n TODAY A SAT. MATINEES DAILY 12:45 »•«•••** • •••»•*•••«••*•••-»•• At 2:35 5:65 9:15 PLUS: 'HANDLE WITH CARE' OMK JONES-Jon O'BRIEN T^rm MITCHELL-ton SMITH. 1:05 4:25 7:45 TONITE & SAT. MATINEE gAT.—12:45 OPEN TONITE 6:80 2 COMEDY SENSATIONS Please Note: Quaker Oati Coupons Redeemed During This Showing ^ ay&wisciw-noRaxxos Fri. at 8:43 Sat. 2:30 5:50 9:15 PLUS: JEAN SEBERO Fri. at 7:15 Sat. 1:00 4:25 7:45 STARTS SUNDAY KIRK SITTING BULL" "ffi" OODRIVE TONITE & SAT. 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