Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 36
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 36

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 27, 1963
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PAGF, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 IX)NHON - r> (H -|(,rs ; IMS or thr British Nntionn S< rvif'f havf h".'!i :;i\T'n a rHroactivc ID )asi K;isti r. | ricnl . !U';,ithj Sas CIA M(iy 110XANA, IM,. THURS.-FRI.-SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Humliiv Continuous from 1 p.m. Xo Vnrlcing Problems I'll. CI, 4-fi(ilH or (1, 4-7271 TONITE-FRI.-SAT.-SUN. Kfrem /imhalist .Jr., Shelley Winters, Jane I oiida "THE CHAPMAN REPORT" Color — Adults — 8:11 Anthony Qninn, .Tnekie Glcason, .lulie Harris "REQUIEM FOR •ft-HEAVYWEIGHT" Selected Shorts MI.VMl. MM. (APi— nihim "\- ilf I'diiim. 1 . lidos havr sir.^csh'il thill (lie (Vntral InlcNicrrncv Agency is makinc; forays into Cuba. They hroimht thr matter up Wednesday while Irving In track down tlv prrson - involved in ,1 rep, irlc'fl naval skirmish ^ith ("u- Ivtn militia boats 'Pie hattle \\i\heard in snatch. -s o\or the nvrii'e rridio In Miami monitors. "I'lie le;,dei' of a majiir anti-fa.-' Iro aeli\ i- 1 ui'oup siiid lhal .'ill othiT mnimaniio- had he"ii ••hec-ked mil and their bn.-ils 'ir eonnled for. lie said thai UK onl\ •MSMhilitics le'l were Carlos l-'an- d'li's LTonp. a small Irind from I'rr-'lr Pinvinrr: ;inrl the ('IA. whieh is called Ihe "company" because its initials are I he- abbre v.'.'ilion for Ihe Spanish word "eompania." YKARS OF SERVICE * STAKTS * ori;\ «: BOB HAS THE NATIVES RESTLESS BARRY SAITZVAN.- Bob HOP6 Anita EKbe HIS FUNNIEST that most eiusiive ofai! species... Charles ('jibson, center, of Brail Tool other employes. With his 44 years of Division, I'nil Kail Anchor Corp., Kas< service and f>;i years of service by his AKon, \\ivs honored al a re.Urement brolher, Knssell, left, the pair have luncheon ^Vednesduy by 10. II. llo^enson, worked a total of 9(> years at the plant, jhavc ;i good diancc of electing Area Voting ~ For Judges Approved SPRINGFIELD. 111. (API—Trie I Illinois House passed todny a Rp' public {in-li.u'krd bill to elrcl two |stair Supremo Court justices from i Chicago and one [rom Ihr Cook i jCotinly suburban area undnr I IIP I i new judicial articlo. j i All Republicans voted for it nsi Mhc measure was appro\-pd 89-81! and advanced to Gov. Utto K'er-, ner. Democrats wore .solidly op-| ! posi'd lo il. j As Ihe judicial article stands., [Cook County will elect three high 1 court justices from the county at | largo. The bill would change Ibis by choosing one judge from the south half of Chicago, one (rom the north half and Ihe third from suburban territory. Republicans figured they would rijjhl, Ihc linn's t',(>nrnil inana^cr, and TlieBxrds' PLUS A JOURNEY INTO UNSPEAKABLE EVIL! 1 from the higher lax and oar- for development: of sites, also passed lax Bill Passed, 111. (AP)-Thej Illinois House approved today thej i" r sl mTKT.U slate tax increase of! tile currer.l le'-,'Ulative session. II is a one cent hike a package on ciuareHes. Ti;e measure, passed by a vote of liV.Jti. '.;oes to Gov. Otto Kernel 1 , whose two-year budget calls for no stale tax boosts. An accompanying bill, appro- Si.'! million in revenue BDIE ADAMS /LIONEL JEFFRIES *j ARNOLD PALMER "S™ ALBERT R. 6RQCCCI1I '^'-f. HARRY CAim'AH "..'•' GORDON DOUGLAS EXTKA: Ko.ulioni Leghorn Cartoon "A SI.ICK CHICK' 1 KEMKMBICK: Kvery Tuesday "Kimm: SI/.MMKH i ix .snow Coming; Xext Thursday; \YaIt Disney ''SAVAGE SAM marking it recreation.i tiio House. Tbe bill was retui'ned to Senate for acceptance of an amendment which appropriated I be funds. A one cent increase would brine, in an estimated SL'li million during the stale's two-year fiscal period. Half of il would KO into Ihe Illinois general revenue fund. Rep. .Joseph Hale, R Shawnee- jlown. said the one c-enl increase j would provide the means for lony ran.uc planning for permanent recreational faeilities. "This ;ip|>ropriation will enable us to catch up with our neighboring states," Hale said. The state tax on cigarettes now is -1 cents a package. | a judge from the suburban area. I If all three judges were elected j from Cook County at large, Ihcj heavy Democratic vote majority WIN DOW-BOX GARDENER FRIDAY SAT. SUNDAY OPEN FRIDAY <i:15 2 BIG HITS! WHAT WEIRD SADIHIC RITUAL WAS THE SECRET OF THESE WOMEN? Shown 6:30 — BUGS BUNNY CARTOON — 2nd Feature Hit — Soars To New Heights of Adventure "FLIGHT OF THE LOST BALLOON" ."Marshall Thompson shown x:IO HARRY SAITZMAN,* ALBERT R. BROCCOLI „,« Bob HOP6 Anita EKberg COLOR -PLUS!- FHANK SINATRA IMiiiiehurian Candidate Tonite Last Times Wall Disney's "SAVAGE SAM" _ Starts Thurs. Klvis Presley "It Happened at the World's Fair" Your Favorite Family Drive In Uo.\ Office Opens al 7 METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYER PRESENTS IHE HEW FILMED IN ULTRA PANAVISION 70 : ' • TECHNICOLOR'- • AN ARCOLA PICTURE Owl Show PR]. & SAT. Robt. Taylor "Ride Vaquero" Color Cm-toon—Free Playground—Children Admitted Free Chinese Will Get Beans TAIPEI — Nationalist China is in line for a grant of yellow soybeans from the United States. Indian Cigarettes Short NEW DELHI— It is now almost impossible to buy cigarettes in India. Pinups Plan to Organize, LONDON — British beauty queens say they will form their own labor union. Tonight at 8:43 p.m. "FIVE WEEKS !N A BALLOON" PLUS Tonight at 7:70 p.m. "THREE STOOGES IN ORBIT" FRI., SAT., SUN. No Miitiuce Saturday .Mafinee Sunday Doris Day, Jimmy Durante, Martha Kaye, Stephen Royd in Chicago possibly could win all three posls. H KM The bill was sponsored by Sen. i Donald D. Carpenlier, R-East Moline, son of Secretary of Stale Charles F. Carponlicr. Rushworth Reached 50 Miles in XI 5 EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP)— Air Force Capt. Robert A. Rushworth, warming up for an altitude record try, guided the X15 rocket plane more than 50 miles high today to earn his astronaut's wings. The veteran test pilot, dropped from a high-flying bomber, zoomed an estimated 3,600 miles an hour en route to more than 264,000 feet. Rushworth, became the Air Force's primary pilot in the X15 program with the recent transfer to Germany of Maj. Bob White, who holds the X15 altitude mark of 31-1,750 feet. Rushworth later this month is expected to soar to at least 350,000 feet. Goal of today's flight was to familiarize the pilot with how the space research craft handles at extreme altitudes. His previous high was 223,000 feet June IS. One of the three X15s is being modified for speeds up to 6,000 m. p. h.— present record is 4,104 m.p.h.— and heights of more than 400,000 feet. The Air Force grants an astronaut rating to pilots who fly 50 miles or more high. Only two other X15 pilots, White and the space agency's Joseph A. Walker, have qualified. NEW DELHI — A detonator plant will be built in north India. inPANAVISIONS; and METROCOLOR Shown Fri., Sat. 8:-IO TECHNICOLOR* . inwcttw tow Shiiwn Kri. ,V Sat. 7:15 Sunday 3:•>;}, 7:05 Mrs. Nancy Byasser Skoolc walcr.s the Aviiulow-hox garden al the Unitod Fund office \vhere she is employed. The flowering boxes draw a lot of attention on Broadway near Alby, especially when they are being watered. St. Louis Group Fights Integration ST. LOUIS (API—A school parents group attending the Board of Kducalion public hearing on school racial policies Wednesday night said they were against proposed racial integration of 'I.BSO, mostly Negro, bus-transported students into all-white classes in northwest and south St. Louis. "We deplore and oppose any action that would make our public school child a pawn in the 1 hands of adult reformers seeking social hollcrmonl, no matter how desirable it is to integrate every aspect of community life," Chester A. Virga told Ihe hoard. Virt;a was the spokesman Tor the Public School Patrons Alliance. The alliance is an organi- sation of parents represented in about Ii5 elementary schools. The alliance is composed of while parents. The opposition came at a public hearing called by the hoard lo discuss recommendations made by Ihe Citi/ens Advisory Committee, appointed by the hoard, for maximum racial integration of St. Louis public schools. About '100 persons attended the hearing. The committee asked maximum integration of all school facilities, and adoption of an "open enrollment" plan in which students could enroll at any school in the city where there were empty classrooms. The co-chairman of last week's downtown SI. Louis demonstration thai blocked traffic on Locust Street in front of the Board -if Kducation offices for two hours said he did not feel anything would he gained by public hearings. Italian Hearing Output Up MILAN — Production of ball hearings in Italy has reached a The official name of India Is Bharal. in honor of a legendary emperor. ; ANNOUNCEMENTS < LEGAL NOTIClfs l.l'HHl — 27 - fi.'f j NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING i Notice is hereby Riven that the ! Board of Appeals of t.he Cily of Alton, Illinois will hold a Public Hear- ins on .luly 16, 1963 at the hour of 7:.'iO p.m. in thu Council Chum- burs at Ihe City Hall Building in i Alton Illinois to consider sranlinK : a variation under the Xoning Or- jdinance of the City of Alton to C. (;. Calhoun. i The specific appeal requested is ' lor a permissible variation from the I'ront yi'ru vemilvumcnts vis sut vorili in Article XVI, Section 4, Para- Ki-aph 1. of City Ordinance Mo. 2M11, as amended, being the ZoniiiK Ordi- nace of the City of Alton. Illinois for Ihe proposed erection of an at- 1 tachcd carport lo be located al UliH i Madison Avenue, Alton, Illinois. i All persons interested In the afore-i i said requested appeal will be afford-! ! <_>d an opportunity to be heard at [ Isaid Public Mearlnj!. Dated at Alton, Illinois this :>7ih day of June, lfl(i:t. BOARD Or APPEALS I CITY OF ALTON ILLINOIS B" s Joseph V. Schul/ Its chairman BURLINGTON R.R. STEAIV9 EMG§NE TRAIN RIDE TO BEARDSTOWN AND RETURN Saturday JUNE Sunday .lur.v i RESERVATIONS STILL AVAILABLE IHJI GOING I AST STOPS AT HASI ALTON BRIGHTON l.hAVK IO:.'IO A.M. (U.S. I'.) lUnUKN (i:fl() P.M. (D.S.T.) LliAVI-: 10:45 A.M. (IJ.S.T.) Uin'URN 5:41 P.M. (I).S.T.J TELEPHONE (ST. LOUIS) CENTRAL 1-6360 Legion Parade .............. 2rOO P.M. Water Ski Show 3;3G P.M. Featuring the Ski Pals of A3ton Dance . 7;QO P.M. * Carnival and Rides on Grounds Fish Dinners Starting at 11:00 A.M. I Public Invited To All Events Dances Every Saturday Night and Sunday Afternoon Throughout the Summer Season (Upstairs Over Tony's Lounge) PJASA ST. OPEN TO PUBLIC AT. KVUMNG 5 P.M SUNDAY—1:00 p.m. 'til thru Thurs.—Parties . Keservation TONV or KDITII H'i'V INKOIi.MATION IT'S VACATION TIME TAKE YOUR TELEGRAPH ALONG ON THIS YEAR'S VACATION TRIP! Before you leave arrange for a vacation subscription to the Alton Evening Telegraph Reduced Rates Through Sept. /5 Only! U. S. and Possessions, 1 Week .... 50c 2 Weeks... $1.00 3 Weeks... $1.50 4 Weeks... $2.00 CLIP COUPON BELOW Please send the Alton Evening Telegraph while I am on vacation. Vacation Subscription Rates Good Through Sept. 15 only. Kates apply to U. S. uiul Possessions, Starting Date ................................ Last Copy To Be Mailed ....................... My Name ................................... (please print) Vacation Address ............................ City State I have enclosed for week's subscription (amount.) 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