ALTON EVENING f ELEGfUMI WEDNESDAY, JULY 3,1963 ii — A $2& million complex Will be build in erf.*, MID-TOWN DINING ROOM OPEN SUNDAY at NOON 7th & Oonttal Alton, 111. Wallace Gained In Race Fight By ftEX fHOiMAS MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — As an Alabama political figure Gov. George C. Wallace may have emerged from the University of Alabama racial crisis a taller man than ever before. His "schoolhouse door" stanc against the admittance of three ^tegro students to the university although unsuccessful, is the reason for a greater prestige. Wallace still clings to the hope hat, somehow, he will convince he federal courts that the three Negroes were Illegally admitted :o the university, where Confed- SAVE 35% ON OUR HOLIDAY SPECIAL (Reg. 4Sc) PAR-FAY 29c Bring the Whole Family TM Thurs. & Frl. July 4th & 5th 1808 Washington UPPER ALTON Dairy Queen 115 St. Louis EAST ALTON 131 Wood River WOOD RIVER ROMANTIC BALI HAI SUPPER CLUB offers you another extra! HAROLD FOWLER AT THE PIANO Fri.-Sat.- & Sun. p.m, GOME OUT FOR DINNER OR GOME OUT LATER FOR BEVERAGES AND SNACKS. Sing Along with Harold *************** HEARTHSIDE RESTAURANT'S fixin'sfora PICNIC crate officers trained a century ago. Recently, the university board of trustees, of which the governor is ex-officio president, ask«l the U.S. 5lh Circuit Court of Appeals to set aside the District Court or der which put the Negroes ii school. Much of the praise in the state for his refusal to leave the schoolhouse door until federalized National Guard troops marched onto the campus is based on the ab seiice of mob violence. Wallace had sealed off the university with state troopers and had Nationa Guardsmen on standby duty before they were called into federal service. Encouraged by the support, the governor has intensified his determination to withhold Alabama's electoral votes from President Kennedy in next year's election; He traveled to Jackson, Miss., to help organize a companion independent elector drive there. If the two states, and possibly others, do rebel against the na- ional Democratic party again, ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS SCHOOL St, Kevin's Catholic Church school building ncars completion at Rosewood Heights. School is betttg erected hy newest Catholic parisli in the Alton area. Wallace may head a states rights presidential ticket. The goal of an unpledged electot campaign would be to force the election into the House of Repre sentatives. Wallace has no illusions that he could be elected on *************** MIDTOWN DINING ROOM 7th and Central, Alton. WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY JULY 4th *************** a third party ticket. But he may have other politica ambitions— perhaps the U.S. Sen ate. Or a second term as govcrnot starting in 1971. The state consti tution prohibits the governor from succeeding himself. One critic who disagreed with Wallace's promised defiance was Alabama's Lt. Gov. James B. Allen. After the crisis, Allen told a Montgomery civic club Wallace uid "matured as a statesman. He aid aside some political considerations and reached full political maturity." PHONE 462"4415 FORY ° UR HOLIDAY PICNIC-FAMILY DINNER - THE WORLD'S FINEST EATIN' CHICKEN! READY UPON ARRIVAL BARRELS-CHICKEN FAMILY BOX 9 'pieces of sweet home fried Chicken—Satisfies 3 $2,25 to 5 people BUCKET-0-CHIGKEN 15 PCS. sweet home fried chicken, pint of chicken gravy and six rolls. $ 3.50 Satisfies 5 to 7 people. 21 pieces sweet home fried chicken. Perfect for $A QC parties, social groups, ^*** large families. Satisfies 7-10 people. TELEPHONE 462-4415 OR DRIVE ONTO OUR CURB SERVICE AREA OPEN ALL DAY JULY 4th HEARTHSiDE RESTAURANT COLLEGE & CLAWSON STS.—UPPER ALTON *************** <> «> «> <> Westinghouse AIR CONDITIONERS Easy to Buy ... Prices/ - TO -High Power Cooling Maximum Dehumidiiicationl y 6100 BTU's to Including 22,000 BTU's Easy Installation Kit FREE Estimate Survey CL 4-4364 f r « Tfly CAN B£ SURE.,.IF IT'S W65tIngtlOUS6 (W Fr». Till fl P.W.-Wood River AMERICAN LEGION POST NO. 199 ANNUAL 4th OF JULY PICNIC LEGION PARK EDWARDSVILLE, ILL. THURSDAY, JULY 4th Starts at 4 p.m. DISPLAY Sandwiches, Drinks & Concessions Hot Fish Sandwiches (Our Specialty) Rides for the Kiddies Concert at 7 p.m. by the Edwardsville Municipal Band ,AT BOTH DRIVE-INS GIGANTIC!!! FIREWORKS DISPLAY TONSTE & JULY 4 OPEN 7:00 3 Big Hits! TONITE thru Thurs, THElHRE TOGETHER PLUS! A THUNDERING SPECTACLE! J0HH R WILLIAM Eldred Mrs. Opal Darr of Alton spent the weekend wth her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vinyard. Additional Sunday guests in the Vinyard home were Mr. and Mrs. Harold O'Brien and son, Patrick, also of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Longman of Wood River are spending several days this week at the homos of Mr. and Mrs. Ben King and Mr. and Mrs. James Short. Mrs. Glenn Tate and daughter, Gail of Pontiac, Mich., arrived Friday and will make an extended Brighton Church Guest Ministers BRIGHTON — The Session o First Presbyterian Church o: Brighton has announced thai three guest ministers will conduct the 10:15 a.m. Sunday services while the Rev. W. Ken uird Lacy, pastor, is on vaca- :ion during July. On July 7 the ^ev. Robert Davis, specialist In nner-city ministery and now serving at the Second Presby- erian Church of St. Louis will preach. On July 14 and 21 Dr. Joseph Dana, of Blackburn Col- ego will preach. And on July 28 the Rev. Ross Ensminger, minister of the Congregational hurch and professor of sociology at: Blackburn College, will .ead the service. About 50 cultivated plants in he United States require insect pollination, including alfalfa, sweet clover, watermelons, apples and cucumbers. visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Vinyard, and otl: •elatives. They were met at Lam- iert Field by Mrs. Vinyard, Albert r inyard, Mrs. James Whiteside and son. FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN Box Office Opens at 7:00 TONITE & THURSDAY JULY 3 & 4 COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM EACH NITE NO ADVANCE IN PRICES! TONIGHT, JULY 3RD ONLY Jack JLemmon Ricky Nelson DELINQUENT THURSDAY, JULY 4th ONLY This is not for you... Us fop IAUGHER5 ONLY!! FIREWORKS DISPLAY!!! TONITE AND JULY 4TH TONITE thru Thurs, BEL*AIR HWY.66&I11 TR.6-9636 OPEN 7:00 Starts Dusk INVINCIBLE...INDESTRUCTIBLE! WHAT WAS THIS BEAST BOOK flFtt MIIUOH YEARS OUT OF TIME? 3KD LAFF - HIQT HIT ^M\QMMm®w*wwm$&$$¥ib/< **> In m Introducing Jouii Summers JUfcBUCHHOLZ < H»BEATNIK':..A* NUTT/ AS A , , f RUITCAK€ // Rib -Crackinq Starring flORST BUCKHOLZ fAMEU TIFFIN JAMES CAGNEV LILO mm LIIO PULVER '•' RCD BUTTON* OHWAtoni Civil Woe »6 IT fROM Tiv MR |F voy p 0 PLUS SKCOND FEATURE r Ar(AVI5IUN CuLOK STARTING FRIDAY FOR S NITES ONLY 2Sr (ELVIS PRESLEY h ^ COLOR CARTOONS-CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE CDCC A L1eJ '° nles ''' er| ' l '' Q ' noun(1 rntt >''V t £ Commtiomrs Stage March For Integration CHICAGO (AP) - Delegntes to the convention of Ihc National Association for the Advancement ol Colored People took time out Tuesday to stage a protest march aimed at the Chicago Board of Education. A double line of delegates marched from the Morrison Hotel to the Board of Education headquarters, protesting what a delegate called segregation In the city's public schools. The board contends the concentration of Negroes in some schools is a reflection of the racial makeup of the surrounding neighborhoods, not of school board segregation. June Shagaloff, an NAACP spokesman, said the demonstration was not only directed at Chicago. It was also intended, she said, "to highlight the NAACP nationwide school desegregation drive in the North and West, now extended to 70 communities in If slates from Massachusetts to California." Miss Shagaloff continued: "De faclo segregated schools are educationally undesirable and can no longer be justified or excused as the inevitable result of segregated neighborhoods. "Unless local school boards and the white power structure take immediate and meaningful steps to end de facto segregation in the schools where the NAACP has made these demands, we will call for extensive protest demonstrations similar to those held recently by the NAACP in Los Angeles, St. Louis and Boston." She said this would be the first demonstrations staged on a na- tionwide basis Hy the NAACP. The demonstrators, who carried signs and small American flnRs, included many from cities where the NAACP has filed protests about segregated public schools. The cities include Boston; Glen Cove, Amityville and Buffalo, N.Y.; Paterson and PlalnfieUl, N.J.; Detroit; Ballimore; St. Louis; San Francisco; Los Angeles, and Portland, Ore. Spiny lobsters hide hy under rocks, large sponges nttri coral. They emerge nl night when predators such ns sharks and groupers are Jess active. LAGOS — A new meat processing plant is open in Nigeria. ItOXANA, ILL. Tl 1UKS.-*-Kill.—S AT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from i p.m. No Parking Problems Ph. CL 4-0013 or OL 4-7271 TltUKS., Fill., SAT., SUN. Mlclmcl Cnllnn - Cliff Uobcrlsnn - Su/y 1'nrknr "THE INTERNS" Tlmrs., Frl., Sat. 8:43 Vincent Price - Iln/el Court Peter Lorrn "THE RAVEN" — COLOR — Tlmrs., Frl., Snt. 7:12 SELKCTED SHOUTS Air Conditioned _ LASTTIMKS Cloned Tliur.i.) July M"Shown nt ti'lS i'-lrt. Bnsll lliUlinoim, Kslclle WlnH-ood "THE MAQIC SWORD" Shown at fl:08, 0:17 l».i»- Alilmit and CnAtnllo In "MEET THE MUMMY!!. FRIDAY-SAT.'SUN, Maurice Chevalier Angle Dickinson A Hnppy Comedy In Color "JESSICA" Frl., Snt. H.nl. JAMES STEWART RUTH ROMAN . CORINNECALVET WALTER BRENN/ 'THE FAR COUNTRY *WHMHtlHIIRfTECHHICOlOR» Krt., Sill. 7 p.m. TEMPTATION IN PARADISE! THE GO-GO BOYS...GO ALLTHEWAYl .OPERATION BIKINI 7iHUNTER«AVALON'sconBRADY STARTS FRIDAY DTI AID DRIVE-IN DHL-Mill THEATRE I Anita ISkberff Bob Hope, Arnold Pulmer Continuous Matinee Tomorrow July 4th OPJEN 12:80 Ohllil SQc AfluUs Mo Open Friday 0:30 STARTS THURSDAY A Great Holiday Show! ALL WALT DISNEY PROGRAM! Two tough Texans take on the whole Apache nation! SON OF "OLD YELLER" Brian KEITH Tommy KIRK Maria KRISTEN Kevin CORCORAN ' otwEY MARTIN • JEFF YORK • RAFAB CAMPOS • suit PICKENS Shown THURS. 1:00 3:40 6:30 9:10 — FHIDAY 7:00 0:40 PLUS FEATURETTE Heleist()tiyBUENAVISTADi!lributionCti.,lnc. ® 1963 Walt Disney Productionj Walt Disney,,,,,,,,, YELLOWSTONE CUBS TECHNICOLOR* Shown THURSDAY 2:50 5:40 8:25 — FRIDAY 8:58 — Plus Pluto Cartoon STARRING TAB . HUNTER FRANKIE AVALON SCOTT BRADY JIM BACKUSi OARV CROSBY OPEN FRIDAY 6:80 STARTS THURS! FOIl 4 BIG DAYS MATINEE THURSDAY—OPEN 13:46 GO-GO BOYS WHO 60 ALL THE WAY! These Are The Men Who Neve/ Fail! Shown THURS. 1:00 8:80 0:40 0:30 Shown FBI, 8:15 Shown FIH, fl:« — 0:30 EXTRA! CARTOON 2 GREAT ACTION HITS! fHE,GREATEST ADVENTURE STORY EVER PRODUCEDI TQNITE! TIMP»! TI1UKS. 8 PAYS. Mutinoe >A CumfottablyCOOJL WILDEY OWING 4UU 12TH AT THE ORAHO & WILOEY "THE LOWCEST DAY'
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