Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 21, 1963 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 21, 1963
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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Australian cowboys want bon uses. THE LEGEND has bflRim.. .our stenUs .. .the host in the Midwest. THE GLADES Bt. 4 South—CnHinvillo, III. ALTON WOOD RIVER SPORTSMAN'S CLUB DANCE SAT., JUNE 22 Music by WILL BLAGK 9-1 a.m. Guest Must Be Accompanied by a Member CLEANUP WHISTLE TUCSON, Ariz. UP) — Th" Tucson Pima County Civil Defense Agency lias been given permission (o blow its air raid siren at noon every Saturday. One of the reasons cited in requesting permission was that the weekly blasts would clean the sirens of cobwebs and bird nests. Hospital Notes Sl. Joseph's MEDICAL John Dry, 794 Ninth, Wood River, Larry Sipmer, Batchtown. ,1. H. Meyers, 18 Fnirmount Dr. Carl Frankc. Batchtown. - DANCE Sat., June 22nd 9 p.m. - 1 a.m. Music hy PEARL FERGUSON Members and Guests Welcome ALTON MOOSE LODGE No. 951 i Completely Air Conditioned 3821 College Alton Going to the Big Air Show? STOP IN FOR A DELICIOUS MEAL! ALL BEEF HAMBURGERS, only 15c • Complete Everyday Menu, SELI:S DR1VEIN WOODY' 2708 GODFREY ROAD Open Dally 11 a.m. to II p.m.— Fri.-S:it. 11 a.m. to midnight CRISP! DELICIOUS! PIZZA SPECIAL! LARGE SIZE! Keg. 1.60 $• • Sausage • Mushroom Pepperoni Hamburger 1.29 Cheese Pizza REG. 1.25 $ 1,00 FREED CHICKEN •Only VI ¥ I 2518 State St. Phone HO 5-9796 Wood River. Mrs. Cordia Stoyc, 1256 State. Miss Sandra Peecher. 676 Acton, Wood River. Miss Cynthia Ulz, 2910 Hillcrcst. Miss AJana Trout. Godfrey. Mrs. Margaret Kolk, Roxana. SURGICAL Emil Schreier. 1208 Central. Miss Mildred Goudie, 736 Spring. Roy Parker, 912 Tonsor. DISMISSALS Mrs. Norma Champlin, 507 Goodfellow. William Corbin, Hartford. Mrs. Rita Crim, East Alton. Mrs. Lillian B. Ember.v, 111] Hampton. Paul .7. Hans, Godfrey. Mrs. Mildred Leonard, 1411 Willard. Mrs. Josephine Marmino, East Alton. Manford Ruby, 204 Alben. Miss Connie Runion, Wood River Mrs. Alice Sexton, 311 Glover. Miss Charlene Wade, 2106 Swift. John Clark, 214 E. Fifth. Marion Hendricks, 515 E. Main. Mrs. Mary Shank, S, Roxana. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Kimberly Haynes, Bethalto. Henry Liley, 2455 Alby. Karla West, 1179 Ferguson Ave., Wood River. Shep Furlow, 802 Rock St. Mrs. Selma McFern, 1914 Belle. Mrs. Malinda Rogers, Main Street Nursing Home. DISMISSALS Mrs. Cheryl Vogt, 3634 Coronado Sharon Surgeon, Hardin. rtrs. Clara Bunse, 1110 Broadway Harry Dubbelde, Wood River. ROMANTIC SUPPER CLUB offers you another extra/ HAROLD FOWLER AT THE PIANO Fri. SaV & Swn, p.m. GOME OUT FOR DINNER OR COME OUT LATER FOR BEVERAGES AND SNACKS, Sing Along with Harold DISCOUNT! Ladles' and Misses' 4.95 to 9.95 FLATS Famous $ Labels Others $1.00 to $2.99 All Sizes and Colors In Lot WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway QQ •« WE'RE ON OUR WAY TO HAVE PIZZA AT MIDTOWN SERVING NIGHTLY 8:30 TO 12:30 7th & Central Alton, 111. Mrs. Mary Solt, 1249 W. Ninth. Mrs. Evelyn Dcucker, 807 Henry Alton Memorial MEDICAL Henry Wolf, 3318 Burton. Kenneth West, East Alton. Mrs. Mary Witt, Plainview. Mrs. Margaret Wolf, 619 Ninth. Robert Ewing, 1712 Bozza. Mrs. Carolyn Crane, Alton. Daniel Harris, 613 Leonard. Edward Thomas, St. Louis. Mary Holback, Cottage Hills. SURGICAL Gary Gcrson, East Alton. Penny Brooks, Jerseyville. Roy Plegge, Bethalto. Cynthia Hammock, 608 Main. Patricia Strohmeier, Edwardsville. Kenny Howerton, Edwardsville. Mrs. Emma Pivoda, Godfrey. Mrs. Doris Roberson, Bethalto. DISMISSALS Karen Patterson, 2405 Ebbeler. Jeanette Baldwin, East Alton. Patricia Moore, 719 E. Fourth. Charles Woodfall, 3415 Hartley. Mrs. Nina Abraham, Alton. Mrs. Juanita Weigler, Jerseyville Leta Laverne Evans, Bethalto. Mrs. Janet Campbell, East Alton. Mrs. Shirley Strader, East Alton. Mrs. Julia Arbuthnot, 2205 John son. Mrs. Mildred Skaggs, 2753 Hillcrest. Patsy Terpening, 2221 Belle. Ronnie Brooks, Jerseyville. Vlary Wilson, Piasa. Richard Woods, 1701 Wilson. Tamara Williams, 2690 Humbert, ary Parish, 3253 Hawthorne. Mrs. Rita Schmidt, Alton. Mrs. Adele McClintock, 411 Jefferson. Mrs. Ruth McCormick, Brighton Mrs. Carrie Litten, 3131 Paul. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. John Williams, Kane. Mrs. Wilbur Rothe, Brighton. Mrs. George Talley Jr., Jerseyville. Mrs. Glenn Taviner, Hardin. Mrs. Mac Shortal, Jerseyville. Mrs. Kenneth Ingersoll, Jerseyville. tewart Wadlow, Jerseyville. SURGICAL Mrs. Charles Stanley, Jerseyville. ,ydia and Lois Lahne, Hardin. Jeffrey Allen, Alton. DISMISSALS Marshall Fry, Jerseyville. Mrs. Ruth Eberlin, Hardin. Steven Geisler, Jerseyville. Debra Freshour, Jerseyville. Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Elva Mock, New Douglas. Vernis Miller, Bethalto. Jesse McGee, 415 Monroe, Eas1 Alton. Miss Thelma Juhlin, 29 Acton, Brenda Ragsdale, 607 Brookside East Alton. Mrs. Carol Magee, Godfrey. SURGICAL Glen J. Kalagian, Roxana. Charles R. McKinney, 865 Lorena DISMISSALS Angelika Radcliff, 1137 Green. David Voracek, 206 Carolina. Becky Lou Yates, East Alton. Robert L. Bennett, Bethalto. MANCHESTER —A British in fant is reported unhurt after fall ing from the kitchen window o his home and landing in a pile o garbage. Savage violence aboard an infamous hell-ship! PRESENTS MARLON BRANDO •r Christian HOWARD as Fletcher Christian H',, as Captain Bligh as John Mills Trapped below decks by raging seas! Fighting to save the flaming ship! HUTINY ON THE BOUNTY DELEGATE Connie Gross of Medora, Southwestern High School Future Homemakers of America delegate to a state leadership conference now under way at Illinois State Normal University at Normal. Fox and Coon Hunters Elect At Carrollton CARROLLTON — Raymond Foiles of Carrollton was recently elected president of the Greene County Fox and Coon Hunters Association. Other officers elected vere Vernie R. Ballard, Carroll- on, vice president; Verl Owens and Marvin Ballard, both of Carrollton, secretaries, and Joe Grizzle of Carrollton, treasurer. The organization will meet egularly in the future on the hird Wednesday of each month t Greene County Fairgrounds. Marketing Cards CARROLLTON — The 1963 vheat marketing cards were mail- d from the local ASCS office to ligible producers Friday June 21. Any eligible farmer who does not eceive a card within a reasonable time should notify the ASCS ffice. Cards were not mailed in cases vhere signatures on certain forms had not been completed or where disposition of excess wheat has not seen properly taken care of. New Linotype Operator CARROLLTON — Gary Turnage of Columbus, Kans., has accepted i position as linotype operator n the news room of the Carrollton Gazette Patriot. Turnage succeeds Marion Keith who resigned :o accept a position with the Ed- wardsviJle Intelligencer in Ed- tvardsville and moved there with iiis family this week. Turnage was formerly employed by the Columbus Daily Advocate and he and his wife and three- year-old daughter are residing in the Young apartments. Carrollton Teacher Attends Conference CARROLLTON — Arthur Eicken, vocational agriculture instructor at the Carrollton High School, has returned from Urbana where he attended the annual conference of the Illinois Association of Vocational Agriculture Teachers. Reception for Minister CARROLLTON - The Rev. and Mrs. Roger F. Christiansen will be guests of honor at a reception Sunday at 11 a.m. in the Methodist Church dining room following the Sunday morning service at the Church. The Rev. Christianson began his pastorate of the local Methodist Church last Sunday, having been transferred here from Peoria. Honored at Dinner CARROLLTON — Roy Clark of Jacksonville, who was 90 years old Wednesday, was guest of honor at a birthday dinner given Wednesday evening at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Covey of this city. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mrs. Lloyd Berline of Hillview and Mrs. Madalyn Barnett of Glasgow are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Howard. Mr. ad Mrs. Frank Daniels left Wednesday to vacation in the Ozarks. Miss Kaye Welch is employed for the summer at the Ben Franklin Store . Douglas Gray and Stephen Gray of Havelock, N.C., who have been vacationing in California, arrived here Thursday to visit their grandmother, Mrs. Delbcrt Driv- How They Voted From the Telegraph's Springfield Bureau SPRINGFIELD, — June 21, (Special) — Higher salaries for Illinois judges under the new judicial reform article, and Increased salaries for state-elected officers and for members of the General Assembly passed the House this week and were sent to the Senate for concurrence in House amendments. The proposals included $35,000 annual salaries (now $30,000) for supreme court judges. The House approved the new pay scale for judges by a vole of 97 to 50. In addition to raises for supreme court judges the bills provide $25,000 in downstate and $29,500 in Cook for new elected appellate court judges; $29,000 for Cook county circuit judges and $25,000 for downstate judges, and $27,500 for associate judges in Cook county and $20,000 in downstate. The bills increase $24,000 salaries for two supreme court judges to $35,000. The increase for state officers provide $40,000 for Governor (now $30,000); $21,000 for lieutenant Governor (now $16,000); $30,000 for secretary of state (now $20,000) and $26,500 for auditor, treasurer, attorney general and state school superintendent (now $20,000); $15,000 for supreme court clerk (now $10,000); and $9,000 for legislators (now $6,000). Two other House-approved bills also boost legislators' pay, one to $7,500 and the other to $9,000 but tied n with annual sessions. Proposal Is Dead The judges salary increase bills are expected to be the subject of a joint assembly conference committee which will ;ry to wrap the whole subject into one package. The voting on pay raises for the judges, ncluded: YES-Baker, Brydia, Callan, Capuzi, Carter, Costello, Course, DeMichaels, DiPrima, Downey, Euzzino, Granata, Harris, Hittmeier, Holloway Janczak Kennedy, Laufer, Lehman, Leon, McConnell, McGowen, McPartlin C. O. and P. J. Miller, Moore, Partee, Powell, Rink, Romano, Scariano, Ralph T. Smith, Touhy, Jack Walker, R. V. Walsh, Wiktorski, Willett, Wittmond and Speaker Lewis. NO — M. K. and R. E. Anderson, Austin, Bairstow, Barry, Blades, Burgoon, Clabaugh, Clarke, Craig, Davidson, Erlenborn, Heiple, Hill, Ihnen, Loughran Mlkva, Morgan, Morris, Neff, Pearson, Railsback, Ratcliffe, Redmond, Rosander, Saal, Schaefer, Schoeberlein, Teefey, and Traynor. The Senate refused concurrence and the proposal has gone to a conference committee. The bills to Increase state- elected officers salaries and those of legislators from $6,000 to $9,000 with the latter to be financed by use of part of the motor fuel fund and with extra pay for House and Senate leaders in both parties, were passed by the House and Senate by votes of 129 to 29 and 122 to 44. Voting on the bill to boost legislators pay to $9,000 out of motor fuel funds, included: YES—Austin, Barry, Blades, Brydia, Burgoon Callan, Capuzi, Carter, Costello, Course, Downey Erlenborn Euzzino, Harris, Hill, Hitlmeier, Holloway, Hoiten, Janzak, Kennedy, Laufer, Lehman, Leon, Loughran, McConnell, McCormick, McGowan, Moore, Morgan, Morris, Partee, Powell, Railsback, Katcliffe, Rink Romano, Saal, Schaefer, Shaw Ralph T. Smith, Teefey Touhy, Traynor, Jack Walker, R. V. Walsh, Wiktorski, Witt- mond and Speaker Lewis. NO — M. K. and R. E. Anderson, Burhans, Coutrakon, Dale, Davidson, Finfgeld, Heiple, Horsley, McCully, Neff, Rhodes, Rosander, Rowe, Scariano, Simmons, Warren and Willett. NOT VOTING— Baltz, Dammerman, Dawson, Granata, Hale, Hall, K. W. Miller, Mills, Redmond, Schoeberlein, Williams and Wood. Voting on other controversial legislation, included: Plan Package Deal Free Housing for certain state officials and employes (lost in House 74 to 55 needed a constitutional majority of 89 to pass). The proposal is dead: YES — R. E. Anderson, Baltz, Barry, Blades, Brydia Burgoon, Clarke Davidson, Erlenborn, Heiple, Hill, Hittmeier, Ihnen, TONITE Thru TUBS. CAPRI OLD ST LOUIS RO. Cl.4-7114 Open 7:00 Starts Dusk The Excitement of Today's West! LIZ and ROOK .ehman, McConnell, McCormick, McGowan, K. W. Miller, Moore, Morgan, Neff, Railsback, Rowe, Scariano, Schoeberlein, Ralph T. Smith and Jack Walker. NO— Austin, Costello, Downey, Holloway, Morris, Powell, Ratcliffe, Redmond, Rink, Saal, Teefey, Traynor and R. V. Walsh. To bar professional boxing in Illinois (lost in House 46 to 104- dead): YES — Austin, Baltz, Clarke, Davidson, Erlenborn, Harris, Ihnen, K. W. Miller, Rowe, Scariano, R. V. Walsh, Willett and Wood. NO — R. E. Anderson, Barry, Brydia, Costello, Downey, Hill, Hlttmeier, Hollo- ,vay, Kennedy, Laufer, Lehman, McCormick, McGowan, Morgan, Neff, Powell, Railsback, Ratcliffe, Rink, Saal, Schaefer, Ichoeberlein, Ralph T. Smith, Teefey, Traynor and Jack Walker. On bill to reduce daylight savings time to five months by eliminating the month of October — (lost in House, 82-57. Dead). YES — R. E. Anderson, Ausin, Barry, Blades, Brydia, Bur. goon, Clarke, Davidson, Hale, Heiple Hlttmeier, Holloway, Ihnen, Kennedy, Laufer, Lehnan, McCormick, K. W. Miller, Morgan, Morris, Neff, Powell, Railsback, Ratcliffe, Rink, Rowe, Schoeberlein and Jack Walker. NO — Baltz Costello, Downey, Erlenborn, Harris, Hill, Molten, Moore, Redmond, Scariano, Ralph T. Smith and Wood. To increase from one to two years the period of residency required for persons to qualify for public relief —(Senate pass- id and sent to House by a vote of 31 to 16). YES — Bidwill, Broyles, Canfield, Carpen- FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1963 Calhoun Churchee Schedule Socials HARDIN — A fish fry is scheduled for 6 p.m. today at St. Michael's Church in Michael. Serving will continue until 8:30 p.m. St. Agnes Church in Bellevlew will sponsor its annual ice cream social on the church lawn Sunday afternoon. Hongkong workers are unionizing. tier, Collins, Davis, Fawell, Friedrlch, Gilbert, Gottschalk, John Graham Green, Ken, Larson, Little, McGloon, Ozlnga, Peterson, Schlagenhauf. NO — Coulson Dlxon, Downing, Kusl. bab, Lyons, Nelsteifl, Smith, Simon and Ziegler. ELIZABETH ROCK JAMES TAYLOR • HUDSON • DEAN PLUS! A VWJNU HOI. flCTUII SUMMER PLACE SANDRA DEE * TROY DONAHUE TONITE Thru TUES. BEL*AIR HWY6641I1 TR.6-9636 Open 7:00 Starts Dusk Could she subdue this GIANT OF A MAN with her SORCERY? One night of love on a tropic islel The NEW M-S-M presentation tilmcd in fabled Tahitil TECHNICOLOR* Scourged by the brutal lash! NOW SHOWING SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT At Popular Prices! YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN STABLIGHT D R IV I IN ^ IHEATRf ~ •ROUT! 140, COUiOl AVL • AITON, WJNOtf i BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 EXTRA ATTRACTION FRI. & SAT. ONLY LATE OWL SHOW KOIJKHT TAYUMt IN "RIDE VAQUERO" IN COLOH COLOR CARTOONS - FREE PLAYGROUND - CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE KOXANA, ILL. Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking Problems Ph. CL 4-6618 or CL 4-7271 TONITE-SAT.-SUN. Sean Connery— Ursula Andreas Joseph Wiseman "DR. NO" Color 0:00 Laurence Harvey— France Nuyen, Martha Hyor "A GIRL NAMED TAMIKO" 7:14 SELECTED SHORTS IT'S ALL NEW HERCULES ;; AI'IIVi; WO M KIN SOAR TO NEW HEIGHTS OF ADVENTURE IN mi 4HB«k 4MM|MMNNMBVABJMB|B> 4BMfc ^W Liirhuiffl 3RD HIT! PAUL NEWMAN 'PARIS BLUES' TONIGHT, SAT., SUN. No Matinee Saturday Kiddles Matinee Every Wednesday All Summer Matinee Sunday Tonight & Sat. at 8:47 p.m. Richard Basehlor and Marie Granada "SAVAGE GUNS" Tonite & Sut. at 7:15 p.m. OPEN TONITE 6:45 — MATINEE SAT. & SUN. 1 P.M. STARTS TONITE! Presented Tonite 7:00 and 9:10 Saturday and Sunday 1:40 4:05 6:30 0:00 HIS MOST POWERFUL ROLE! In the most explosive adventure of our time! TkUGLYAMERiCAN tKitirriM Eastman COLOR SANDRA CHURCH-EIJIOKADA-PATHINGLE MA ARTHUR HILL far™ Stoct..* Strait,* STEWART STERN-*.. U» MH I kr William J. Lederer and Euflene Burdick • Product* »ndDir«:u<ibt GEORGE ENGLUND Plus: Chipmunks Cartoon "2 CHIPS & A MISS" Next: Bob Hope, Anita Eckberg "CALL ME BWANA" Soon: Disney's "SAVAGE SAM"—"THE LONGEST DAY" GRAND: EVERY TUES. "KIDDIE SUMMER FUN SHOW" TONITE! SAT, & SUN, Open Tonite 0:30 Mntinen Sat. & Sun. 12 Child 35c Adults 80c •ALL WALT DISNEY PROGRAM The NUT ts a BOLT/ Walt Disney <• Son OF FUJBBER ,M«FRED NANCY KEENAN MACMURRAY OLSON WYNN Shown Tonite 7:00 9:25 Sat. and Sun. 1:45 4:15 6:45 0:15 - ADDED DISNEY FEATURETTE W A BEAR coo ATRUELIFEADVENTURt IN TECHNICOLOR* Toiiltc 8:45 — Sat, at 1:05 3:35 6:05 8:30 Plus Pluto Cartoon "PANTRY PIRATES" STARTS TODAY! For 1 Week Comfortably COOL WILDEY Wart Disney f*Q P'tMKtt * MATINEES Today.—Sat. Sunday Open 12:30 TECHNICOLOR* Plus: Disney's "YELLOWSTONE CUBS" t '

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