Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 25
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July 25, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

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ALTN3N Rock, Fallen Sftf of warned by iSJcUiuS 8 1801 Century UAL C L S&Klday JJ FREE DANCING „_. MUSIC ftir ENGELKC CCWBO .<,?. . ANB ; JOE HLAV! ; AND ffls ORCtt CMckctt & Wish mr wmwm9'^fm cv . i » Served from 4t3» jikin. ' Both Nights] U ttlDKS & CONCKSjSfiOiS By Lot J/ickienV SfiRLIN (AP) - Former Vice Pi-esldeht Mlchard M. Nixon today tiged GOP presidential hope- uls to ''quit indulging in the fa vorlte Republican sport of cannibalism, Of they are going into •Quit Knocking Each to GOP COMMUNITY PLAYERS Present "THE WOULD BE GENTLEMAN" A ewftedy in two acts JULY 25, 27 & 28 8:80 P.M. at the ROUNDHOUSE ' Wood Rive* For. reservations; tickets BOo Call CL 446801 a heavy ifeteai," "tlie salvbts being fired at each 1 dthff by thie candidates 4fe damaging the MepTublicafl cause," he told U.S. HeWsmen. Ite had been asked to assess tlie chances of.Sen. Barry Goldwater and Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of winning the Republican nomination. "Tlie battle is Just beginning,' he said. "People who are already conceding to Goldwater are making just as serious a mistake as those Who coneded to Rockefeller just tliree months ago. My advice is to wait until all the candidates are knowiti" He said that President Kennedy is a clever opponent and has the advantage Of ifkJUhlbency. Candidates for the nomination must show how they Can take on this opponent, not their rivals for tlie nomination, he said. "The Sort of name calling now going on can only result in the weakening of the candidate," Nixon said. Governors Reap Few Benefits By JACK BELL MIAMI BEACH, fla. (AP) « Scarred Democrats and Republl- cans emerged today from the cauldron of the.55th annual GoVeT- tors' Conference With few political benefits to harvest, dov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York, who once Was coniid' ered the leading candidate for the 1964 GOP presidential nomination, picked up most of the publicity on the civil rights issue that seems to offer ..him Ills tiest opportunity to return to the front. But Sen. Barry Qoldwater, R* Ariz., who was represented by supporters, nevertheless didn't lose ally grttifld affWfii tiOP state executives who telleve he is the man to bml GoP GOV. tiesife ftewMip^ oi Michigan, counted al entry in the Republican presidential contest* chalked out a position as a Strong civil ttghis ad< vocate but as art angry critics bf more federal direction of the nation's economle ills. ., Republican Gov. James A. Rhodes of Ohio, . who fended off questions about .the possibility of a favorite-sort candidacy, glowed over the selection or Cleveland for the 1&64 To Republican Gov. Jolin ; An4> ersort jr. of Kansas caine the honor of the conference chairman' ship after only hvo years in of* fice. ' . ' '•' ' He succeeds Democratic Gov, Albert D. Roselllnl of Washing-: ton, The chairmanship rotates b^ hveen the parties .in alternate years. . • ':'' '-.'.'• The Republicans. had to be (teetered tlie publicity winners. 'But Eitrflflgetl Husband Shdoti Womttu •ni. Mary Louise Dlllworth, 39, was shot and killed at her home 1 daiesburg Wednesday night b her estranged husband, polic Tlie husband, .Louis A. *,« worjh, 39, 'who liVel in CArboH dale was in serioUS ddndltlon With a self-inflicted bullet wound in th chest, police said.. ... billwotth \vaS '.fiftfld ,aad t* leased in Kim CbUftry, Cour Monday after, pleading guilty to charge of itttifflMating his wit tie had been attested over 5 th weekend In daiesburg. ••• No charges \ve>§'placed ____,_. dlately against Dillwtstth in con hectton with the shooting. the Democ&ts kept .their lines in tact for; a pl&ltjtor; Southern state "stippoft of. keh&edy's ceiv tain ;bid'for re-eleatfoivnext-year UCK ROAST luper-Right* CENTER CUT IB A BARlB-Q TREAT famous CENTER "Super-Right" beef ,eh« 0f*akt. When charcoal -ore led they're an extra ipt s'ol CUT ck Oven Beady Ducks Fresh Chicken fBreasts REALLY FRESH A&Ps Fonwus "Super-Right" Ground Beef, you eon be sure it's FRESH and a real cash raving value. 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Starter Bar-B-Q Sauce Kool-Aid A&P Grape Juice 3 & ANN PA6I Assorttd Flqvon • SPECIAL SALEI MOO 29' 12- 49' Ward Denies Charge in Scandal HAt •LONDON (AP) ftf, stephei \Vfi*d deotflfd under bath todaj ha neVfef took lnyo«t to Ihs hient of diristlne Keeler.aftd (Ma«dj>)\ Kice^b&Viei "lo for intercourse of that." ;,The society osteopath and list, .Who 'got his medical Ing at & college of est4opathy,atk surgery in' mfkfivilte, Mo., tool the' stand.: iri his , own defens against viee ; charges penalty of tip td*5B years in pris '"i,"" •• •' ' > t Ward, §o t ,ag|!eed readily will a suggestion 'by his counsel James Surge, that he is "a tho roughly immoral wan 1 ! who like tlie companlonslilp of pretty girls One of those prehy 'girls,' Christine, 21, was the target of twc eggs and angi-y boos fix>m spectators outside the Old Bailey crirn liial court as she left after giving further -testimony in the • trial 1 morning session-. , , ; egg hit a news protpgraph er Ih, the head. Anotlier splasjiec on the sleeve; of a policeman. Qiristine hurriedly.-, entered taxicab. Burge told the jury in .his open Ing statemeht for thVdeienjse tha Ward lived a Bohemian ^liieani ;iad affairs \vitli many'Avomen but strojigjy denied the accusation that he: wis" .& j>pociirer iwhb-.llved off the earnings of pi-ostitutes. TTie trial is'shedding additiona light on, a sex scandal which-lee o the resignation of John D.: Pro- fumo as Britain's war- minister shook Prime. .Minister Harolc Macmillan's government and tai 1 nished the names of such'figures as Lord Astor and former movii actor-producer Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Tlie fact Christine testified sb slept alternately for? a whitel Hvith Profumo and Soviet naval attache YeVgeny^Ivanov is the subject p a security inquiry. New Locks, [ Dam on Ohio Approved 'WASHINGTON (AP) - Army irtgineer approval of hew locks and a dam on the Ohio River >etween Kentucky and Ohio near Mound City, m., was reported Wednesday. Sens. John Sherman Cooper and Thurston B. Morton, Ken tucky Republicans, said the approval clears the way for congressional consideration of funds or construction of the 'project at an estimated cost of,, $95,915,000j No further congressional' au- lorization is needed'and funds' an be included in the budget for lie year starting July 1, 1964, hey said. .,0ne of the locks would be 110 eet wide and 200 feet long, the then -110^ feet wide and 600 feet ong. They would replace Locks 2 and 53, Read Telegraph T Want Ads Dally KOXANA, ELL. TOURS.—FRL— SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from l p.m. No Parking Problem* Ph. CL 4-8613 or OL 4-7271 TOHITE-FRI.-SAT.-SUN. Charlton Heston Yvette Mlmleu* George Chakirif ' ,, "DIAMOND HEAD" Color — 0>0« Leslie Caron, David, I<iven, David Opatoihu' "GUNS «f DARKNESS" — 7tZO — ,SELECTED SHORTS l JflMlS SfifWIB DORIS JAMES Invite voo TO ,'wateh Them AT YOUB FAYOltlTB FA»OLY TARLIGHT COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILt. BOX, OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 PATRICK ALLEN ' ' > OWL SHOW Ffll. & SAT- *, , . JAME8 STBJWABT IN "MIGHT PASSAGE" .' s Color Cartoon*—Free Playground—Children Admitted Fret HURRY! TONIGHT LAST TIMES! The 7nierna(ionor//y Reclaimed Kill ComlortahlyCOOi WILDEY Open 7:80 Shown 8:00 THANKS. .»•'. V»'i i People of the Alton and Edwardj- ville Area for ryduif fine reception >lo "I'll* Longest Day"-, one of Jhe'Jbfggesf*and JbMf films of p;ur Jiiri*. '' , - ^ ^ .ir, i. I- ' • il .!'>,, It was'the beginning: of our (long llst ; of-put»'tand- ing t eatiirei coming soon ..'. $o,w»tch'f«r f*-^•' Such at... i . . " ' Hayley Ml^s irt Disney's "Summer CharJton^Hejiton "55 Days at Peking'*, Frank Sinatra "Come Blow .Yoiir^rn",, Steve McQueen, James G«trn,er "The Great Ksoaptf' • Bock Hudson ? "A Gathering ot THE GIIAND * ^VILDBY MANAGEMENT, . ? v .;•' • •" ;jv<f * ' .1 t< , , , OPEN FRIDAY 6:45— STAKES 7 ' STARTS FRIDAY! GRAND at a fever pitch when Tkmmy takes over a Premium Sajtinei te « 29' • " -' ' ' ; - ' '. : -.'•'".'Hi-Ho Crackers $s 2 xs- 49' Gold Medal Flour-»< 5« ', V Hawaiian Punch at Country Corn Flakes With Coupon On Page 27 HOT en INJOY COFPMiJ FLVOR IICHT O'CIOCK 3STORE5TO WRVEYQUW20 W, EDWARDSVIUE RD,, WOOD RIVER t 411 PIASA ST., AUTON t WASHINGTON *Q,, AUON MAP.DONALD QAr?EY Air Conditioned Tues,, .Wed., Tbufj ' Family Price* All Seats 25o Tonight At »!23 P.m. DISNEY'S "WhUtlt Down Hit Wind" Tonight at 7|1Q p.m. BOB HOPE, in Mftit Ny»" IUI.AKIOU3LYPBBSENTED AT 7135, 8135 FRIDAY Sal. ft Sun. OPERATION Start, i iwd 7107

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