Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 7, 1963 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 7, 1963
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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 19G3 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN Hottse Approves Retirement Dill SPRINGFIELD, III. (API-Trie Illinois House today approved bills requiring state employes to retire at 65 unless their department heads permitted them to stay on until 70. A vote of 90-54 moved the measures to the Senate for further action. The legislation would apply to employes covered by the state personnel code — in departments and agencies under the governor. BASEBALL HEROES WE'RE ON OUR WAY TO HAVE PIZZA AT MIDTOWN DINING ROOM SERVING NIGHTLY 8:30 TO 12:30 7th & Cent™I Alton, III. ! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 PITCHING — Lindy McDaniel, i Cubs, came on in relief with bases loaded and one out in 10th inning, picked Willie Mays off second base and struck out Ed Bailey to end threat, then hit homer for a 3-2 victory over San Francisco that moved Chicago into tie for National League lead. BATTING — Jim Gentile. Orioles, drove in three runs in 4-2 triumph over New York as Baltimore regained first place in the American League by .017 points over the Yankees. Integration Advances FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP)—The state department of education hopes that by the end of 1963, all of Kentucky's 206 school districts will have some integrated schools or plans to admit children of all races. The department says only 20 districts began 1963 without apparent integration plans. THE LEGEND hits bcjsuii. . .our . . .thi> best In th<> Midwest. THE GLADES Rt. I South — Curllnvllle, 111. SANDY BEACH Hours: 10 A.M. to 8 P.M. Every Day PICNICKING * SWIMMING * CONCESSIONS AH Kinds of Sandwiches, Soft Drinlts, Ice Cream _ One Mile East of Bethalto, Or Turn North Off Rt. 140 At Meadowbrook. Watch for Signs. Swimming Instructions beginning June 17th For Information, Call HO 2-0808 Adults 50c« Children, fi to 12, 2Bc«IJnder 6 free with adults Religious Revolt Poses Threat in South Viet Nam EDITOR'S NOTE - Religious conflict is complicating the prob lems of South Viet Nam. Some consider the Buddhist uprising there a more serious challenge to the pro-Western government of President Ngo Dinh Diem than the jungle warfare waged by Communist guerrillas. Here a skilled observer of Southeast Asia gives his appraisal of the new danger. AP. News Analysis By MALCOLM W. BROWNE SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) —Yellow-robed Buddhist monks, nonviolence, present most serious threats pledged lo one of the which President Ngo Dinh Diem's pro-Western faced in its AIR CONDITIONED VICARI'S DINING ROOM GODFREY, ILLINOIS Fine Italian Food! Spaghetti, Ravioli, and Meat Balls Steaks, Chicken, Frog Legs, Barbecuo Ribs Lamb Chops, Lobster, Shrimp and Catfish Open Daily 4 P.M. Except Monday. PERFECT FOR PICNICS! Foil-Wrapped to Stay Fresh and Warm! AH, BEEF HAMBURGERS, only 15c • Complete Everyday Menu. SELF SERVICE DRIVE-IN WOODY'S 2708 GODFREY ROAD Open Daily 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.—Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m. to midnight CRISP! DELICIOUS! PIZZA SPECIAL! LARGE SIZE! Reg. 1.60 • Sausage • Mushroom • Pepperoni • Hamburger .29 </2 FRIED CHICKEN EAT HERE OR CARRY OUT ... Cheese Pizza $ t.OO VIETH'S 2518 Stare St. Phone HO 5-9796 government has eighl stormy years. Diem's officials are worried .hat the unarmed demonstrators nay be more than a match for their large, American-advised army, battle-tested though it is n jungle fighting against Communist guerrillas. Until now, the Viol Cong Communist guerrillas—led and armed from neighboring North Viet Nam —have been the only force Diem has been unable to overcome. ItcligiotiK Kevolt But the religious revolt is ominous in a country where 80 per cent of the population is Buddhist, ruled by an authoritarian Roman Catholic president. A movement which one month ago was a scattering of Buddhist demonstrators lias become a powerful political factor. It began May 8, observed internationally as Buddha's birthday. The government had forbidden the public display of any flags other than the national flag, and Buddhist leaders in the central Vietnamese city of Hue objected. A demonstration followed, and eight persons were killed when government armored cars moved in. Hue is in a region controlled politically and economically by President Diem's brothers, Ngo Dinh Canh and Archbishop Ngo Dinh Thuc. Because the president, his family and many of his top lieutenants are Roman "Catholic, the Buddhist movement has taken on some of the trappings of a holy war. But President Diem has said his government has strictly prohibited religious discrimination. Leading Catholic priests say the matter as political and not religious. Even the Buddhist leaders insist they have no quarrel with the Catholic Church. The chief priests of the Buddhist movement are fully aware of In one month, they have welded their movement into something almost resembling a political party. Committees have been formed for! negotiation, propaganda, planning j and communicating in Viet Nam and abroad. The leading monks say they will be satisfied if the government grants permission to fly the Buddhist flag, equal legal standing with the Catholic Church, ani end to "arresting and terrorizing! of the faithful," freedom for monks to preach, and indemnities' for Ihe persons killed or wounded in thr May 8 incident. But the real aims of the movement seem lo go far beyond these. "We have freedom of been in a fight for religion and social justice in South Viet Nam," one monk said. "We will fight until we win- not violently, of course." American diplomats feel a government collapse brought about by the Buddhist movement could put the country into chaos, The Viet Cong almost certainly would move swiftly into the power vacuum. At the same time, American officials are under strict orders not to get involved. U.S. military of-1 Ihe political movement. aspects of their Sponsored by Alton ond Bethalto Councils Knights of Columbus Advance Tickets $1.00 Children Under 14 !>0c Gate Price $1.35 The World Famous BUSCH CLYDESDALE HORSES Champions A11I These magnificent Clydesdales make other horses look like midgets. Each averages a ton in weight, yet all are gentle and superbly trained. They maneuver a 6,000-pound wagon as though it were a toy. Bring the family for a sight you'll remember as long ' as you live. TICKETS AVAILABLE AT: Harlefl'b—Downtown SprhiKman Lumber Co.— Uiibt End Smith News Stand— North Alton Deluxe Cafe—Upper Alton Wells Tire Co.—East End Helen's Gift Shop — Alton Plazu Vlcurl's Dining Itoom — Godfrey -• DANCE Sat., June 8 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. MUHJC by Three Hits and a Miss Members and Guests Welcome ALTON LODGE 3821 College MOOSE No. 951 Alton Hcers have declined to let the Vietnamese army move troops to Hue in U.S. Air Force transport planes. Seek Malay Unity By CAUL ZIMMERMAN MANILA (AP)—Policy makers of Malaya, Indonesia and the Philippines called for unity and brotherhood among those nations of Malay slock in opening a con-! ference today that could make or[ break the proposed Federation of Malaysia. Indonesians and Filipinos have viewed critically the federation plans that would make a new nation of Malaya. Singapore aand the British Borneo territories of Sarawak, Brunei and North Borneo, this summer. Emmanuel PaJaez, Philippine vice president and foreign secre- i tary, told the gathering the Philip- j pines was prepared to propose a broader Malay grouping that would include the projected fed-1 eration's members, plus the Phil-! ippines and Indonesia. "We sincerely believe that such a confederation, comprising 140 million people in one of the richest regions on earth and the strategically important area of East Asia would provide the answer not only to the security needs of the individual member countries, including Singapore, but would stand as a powerful bastion against aggression from any quarter and ensure that ours would remain a region of peace and security." he said. The Philippines proposed such a confederation last year after lay- I ing claim to British North Bor- |iieo. At the time, it was under- j stood the Philippines proposed the confederation to replace the Malaysia plan, hut Pelaez's remarks indicated the two would be complementary. Ilnpliiiidcrecl Grave | NORWICH. England (/P) — Onej of the most important single j archeological discoveries everi made in Britain was in July, 1939. when the grave of a king buried in approximately 650 A.D. was discovered on a remote part of the Suffolk coast. Known as the "Sutton Hoo" discoveries, the 89-foot burial ship and its hoard of jewelry, weapons, coins and personal articles were identified as the first 7th century royal grave in Europe to have come down to modern times un- burnt and unrobbed. SPORTSMAN'S' KEEP HOOKS SHARP t-i: STONE STROKE HOOK EVERY FISHERMAN SHOULD CARRY A HOOK-SHAWENIN6 STONE TO KEEP HOOKS NEEDLE-SHARP AT ALL. TIMES —HE WILL MISS FEWER STRIKES, ANP FLV FISHERMEN CAN SET A HOOK EASIER WITH LESS RISK OF BREAKING A LEADER'S DELICATE TIPPET. ABOVE, SHOIVS USE OF STONE ON OUTSIDE OF HOOK'S POINT (MOST USEFUL ON SMALL HOOKS, ESPECIALLY HOLLOW-POINTS). 6O EASY AND HONE LIGHTLY 1 . STONE-S END * HOLLOW POINT SPEAR POINT HONE ACROSS INSIDE POINTS, USINS STONE'S SURFACE INDICATED. HONE LiaHTUY AND DO NOT REDUCE BARBS (S). New Wave of Cuban Refugees Predicted j WASHINGTON (AP)—A Senate | Judiciary subcommittee, forecasting a new wave of Cuban refugees, called on President Kennedy today to help speed resettlement of Cuban exiles outside overcrowded Miami, Fla. The subcommittee, headed by Sen. Philip A. Hart, D-Mich., predicted an outpouring of refugees when limited plane services is resumed between Havana and Miami. It urged that Latin-American countries be encouraged to take Krebiozen Backers File Plan WASHINGTON (AP)—Drs. An-i drew C. Ivy and Stevan Durovic, Chicago sponsors of the controversial drug Krebiozen, said today they have mailed an experimental plan to the Food and Drug Administration so they can continue to distribute the drug for use by can-! 1 " morc ° { the fleei "S Cubans, cer patients. ' FDA officials had held that a plan regarding investigational use of the drug in humans had to be filed by midnight tonight, or distribution ceased. Ivy told a news conference, with Durovic sitting beside him, that it was decided to file an application for temporary experimental status and to continue to distribute Krebiozen on the request of licensed physicians, as he* said has been done in the past. Ivy said the experimental plan request that a fair test be conducted by the National Cancer Institute to settle the scientific aspects of the controversy over whether Krebiozen is beneficial to humans having cancer. School Buses Picketed In St. Louis ST. LOUIS iAPI—Pickets pm- ventrd about .iOn children from ;oing to school today by forming a human chain around 12 school buses at an assembly aren in a predominantly Negro neighborhood. A few pickets were white but the majority were Negroes. Sponsored by the Committee for Parents of Transported Pupils, the picketing occurred at Do/ier Elementary School, at Maple and 'Goodfellow. and al another bus .assembly area ,i hall-block away. About 150 persons demonstrated, icarryins: placards and sinuiim "Glory, Glory Hallelujah." Officials dismissed about 500 <>| 900 pupils when pickets refused lo withdraw' their lines from the busses. But some students be^an walking to school, an official said. Pickets said they were protesting their children being taken lo what they called segregated I schools. ; Dozier loads 1S1 busses daily for itransportation of students to all : parts of the city, and four more busses leave from the nearby as- isembly area. Philip J. Mickey, superintendent iof public schools, made the esti- imate of iiOO children being prevented from attending school. St. ,ouis public schools recess for the summer next Friday. The Rev. Frank Madison Reid. I who led the picketing, said the move was made lo prevent "face- to-face segregation" of the children. iifss Stop Tanks ! MOSCOW — Use of tank cars on the Trans-Siberian Railway is to drop when Russia completes her pipeline; alongside the rails of this, 'the world's longest railroad line. SPORTSMAN'S' PUMP ROD WHILE PLAYING A FISH DO NOT CRANK REEL WHILE RAISlNft ROD TIP—HOLD CRANK* OB LINE, SO LINE ISN'T PULLED OFF LOWER \ CRANK REEL HANDLE QNLV WHILE LOWERING ROD TO RETRIEVE LINB. PuMPINQ A ROt> TO WORK PISH TOWARD VDU PREVENTS LINE BEING TWISTED IF U6INS SPIN TACKLE? OR PACKING LINE TOO TI&KT-* iy ON A BAIT-CASTING REEL,. GRAB BAG SURPRISE LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Miss Virginia Taylor, director of Christmas seals for the Louisville Tuberculosis Association, attended a party where guests drew for prizes. Her prize: a box of Christmas seals. Charles de Gaulle OpensAirObservance PARIS (AP)—President Charles de Gaulle opened the 25th International Air and Space Salon today at Le Bourget Airfield. SEE THEM AT... K,C,Rodeo WHERE WHEN Saturday, June 8 RIVERHOUSE FARM 2 Miles North of Alton on Route JUU. Look for the Sign. Sunday, June 9 TONITE Thru TIIKS. -— ^£L- j .j'.j ELVIS PRESLEY HALWAILIS' , ^ PRODUCTION y Jf Gmisl ~t CAPRI OLD ST LOUIS RD. CL.4 -2114 Open 7:00 Starts Dusk «iany lews IrtOIVL MONET PLUS! GIANT G'AKTOON KEVIEW—FHI. & SAT. ONLY! TONITE Thru TUES. BEI_*AIR HWY 66 & I I I IK 6-9636 OIHUI 7:00 .Starts Dusk A BRAIN-CHILLING TALE OF TOMORROW ;-.-*.* i," HAPPENS IN OUR if WORLD TODAY! 8 P.M. P.M. 2ND HIT! • SKI) HIT! Fri. & Sat. Only KOItiM/WD worn. PREVOST DRIVE-IH THEATRE = ROUTE 140, COUEGt AVE. • ALTON, ILLINOIS =r BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 =,' NOW Thru TUES. BEWARE THE TRIFFIDS grow know walk talk stalk ALLIED ARTISiS Rgleait the Create ft ;nim», science-fiction novel of all time! PLUS SECOND FEATURE m 4 MICHAEL CRAIG • FRANCOISE PREVOST OWL SHOW TONITE AND SAT. Spencer Tracy "BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK" Color Cartoons—Free Playground—Children Admitted ITOC ALTON WOOD RIVER SPORTSMAN'S CLUB DANCE SAT., JUNE 8 Music by BARNEY HALE 9-1 a.m. Guest Must Be Accompanied by a Member BASEL — maker plans licly. Swiss chemical sell stock pub- ROXANA, IIJL. Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Continuous from 7 p.m. Suntlay Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking: Problems Ph. Cl, 4-6618 or CL 4-7271 TONITE-SAT.-SUN. Jackie Gleason, Olynis Johns "PAPA'S DELICATE CONDITION" Color — 9:08 Jeff Chandler—Ty Hardin "Merrill's Marauders" Color—7:25 Selected Shorts Air Conditioned OPEN TONIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY MATINEE SATURDAY & SUNDAY .DEAN" MARM UNA TURNER M ' Friday at 7:15 P.M. Sat., Sun., 2:-14, (i:00, 9:10 P.M. INNOCENT . COLOM „,, UIDIE MWPHY- JOANNE DRU • GILBERT ROUUB Friday at 8:50 P.M. Sut.. Sun., 1:00. 1:18, 7:34 STARTING WEDNESDAY First Big Summer Matinee Of The Season. Every Wednesday, Continuous Doors Open 12:80 P.M. Show Starts IMS P.M. ALL SEATS 25c 2 BIG HITS "NAKED SPUR" "LADY & THE TRAMP" TONITE - SAT. - SUN. Open Tonitc 6:45—Sat. 12:45 2 Brand New Thrillers! THE HOST TERRIFYING MOTION PICTURE EVER CREATED! STARTS TONITE! PAUL NEWMAN » HUD! VINCENT PRICE IN HIS MOST CHILLING PORTRAYAL OF [VI iliai'v of a madman TECHNICOLOR 11:20 2nd HIT! IN ALL THE ERAS... NO WARRIORS... NO WOMEN LIKE. LOUIS JOUROAN-SYLVIA SYMS EASTMANCOLOR Released thru UNITED ARTISTS 1:05 1:25 7:45 — CAKTOOX BOB AND LPcy AND FUNNIER THAN YOU'VE EVER SEEN THEM BEFORE! OPEN 6:30 TONITE! For I Great Laff Week BROADWAY'S "CHOICE 1 COMEDY IS ON THE SCREENI BOB HOPE LUCILLE BALL TECHNICOLOR Denied by *AW.£R 6KOo. ^ COSTARRINQ MARILYN MAXWELL RIP TORN JIM BACKUS EXTRA! EXTRA CARTOON ROAD RUNNER "BEEP-PREPARED" SHOWN TONITE 7:15 U:IO .MATINEE SAT. & SUN. Shown I:'J5 Ai'iU 5:'JO 7:15 !»:15 NOTE: Pepsodenf Tickets Honored During "Critic's Choice" GRAND: Next Friday, Marlon Brando "THE UGLY AMERICAN" !* 1

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