Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 26, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 26, 1963
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH 'AM 'idea club* i« has lost $3,000,000 iri ofte year. ANKARA ~ Autoffibblle lout-lug F«?«itietl(H« In tufkey tiave beefi eased. Illllllllilllllllllllll • 58th Anniversary 1 i BETSEY ANN 1 PIC NIC I Brighton, Illinois | FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JULY26&27 |. Music: Fosterburg Band 1 < Famous | BETSEY ANN BURGOO, 1 CHICKEN and | HAH DINNERS m Rides Concessions Now! New Air Conditioning Installed! Eat Here in Our Cool, Comfortable Dining Room! COMING SOON1 Another Improvement For Your Comfort 'PARKING LOT CANOPIES! Complete Everyday Monu. SELF SERVICE DRIVE-IN WOODY'S _ 2708 GODFREY ROAD OpoiT Daily 11 a.m. to II p.m.—Frl.-Sat. 11 a.m. to midnight 'Girl* 13,: Hurt in Fall Near Dow ^ Pamela Wll Hams, ,13, of Srieibyvllle, who was vlaillhg at the. home of her great jMclfij David Bartett of tJow, was njured Wednesday evening when she tell down a hill while picking blackberries. She was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital where she* was treated for abrasions of the fotearfti, leg, thumb, cheek and chin. Following treatment she was released. , Dav)d Crotchett, 3-year-old son of Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Crotchett of Jerseyville fell while playing at his home Wednesday afternoon and hit a porch, sustaining an abrasion below the lower lip and small laceration of upperlip. He was treated at the lobal hospital and released, Vlckl Wilson, 15, daughter of ^ and Mrs. James Wilson of Jerseyville, 'suffered Injuries Wed nesday afternoon when she ran )ehlnd a swing an was 'struck n; the face. She had a laceration around the right eye lid which required sutures, taken at the Jersey .Community Hospital. Parents of Son , JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bell of Kane.are announcing the birth of a son at 1>35 p.m. Tuesday at the Jersey Community Hospital. He has been named Ronald Duane and he weighed 6 pounds and 12 ounces. Grandparents of the baby are Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Drainer and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bell of Kane and his great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Drainer and Mrs. Arvelia Wilson of Jerseyville and Floyd Bell of Me Allen, Tex., , NiihHid Appraiser JERSEYVILLE - Virgil Myers of Jerseyville, real estate sales man, has been appointed by the Jerseyville City Council to make appraisal of crop damage as needed on water and sewer projects Alaska catch. - reports record fish YOUR EAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN Three Named To Jvrmy Body TARLIGHT COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. Box Office Opens ut 7:00 NOW Thru TUESDAY 1st Run Area Premiere •* , HeS ready . $hefc willing... DORIS DAY^ ,,^ JAMES GARNER invite YOU TO watch Them shafe F t Im ^SP* »' i ^_ KCASTMAH COLOR Owl Show TONITE & SAT. ARLENE FRANCIS 2nd HIT! "THAT TOUCH OF MINK" Starring DORIS DAY and GARY GRANT ( v INT COLOR COLOR CARTOONS—FREE PLAYGROUND—CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE JAMES STEWART ' AUDIE MURPHY sj NIGHT PASSAGE * Upon recoil mefidatlofl of the Jersey County 3oafci ol SiifjervlsdfS Rev. Mode Powell Jr., Mrs. Leslie f. Shines arid 0. A. Wilson of Jerseyville have been reappointed to tlie County Welfare Services Commit ted In Jersey County. Announcement of the appointments was made, by Harold 0. Swank, executlce secretary of the Illinois Public Aid Commission. Girl Bom io Dow Conplo JERSEYViLLE-Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Utterback of Dow are the parents of a daughter born Tuesday at the Jersey Community Hospital, They have named the baby Cheryl Ann and she weighed 7 pounds and 1% ounces. She Is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Osburn of Graf- on, Mrs. Maty Rowling of Jer- seyvllle and Eugene Utterback of Bethalto and Is a great granddaughter of Henry Ludwlg of Jerseyville, Mrs. Edward Cook of Mexico, Mo. and Mrs. Margarit Utterback of Hannibal, Mo. Other children In the family are Debra Sue 4, Grenda Lee 2 and Michael Wayne 20 months. Home Prom Vacation JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tucker and children have returned from Elton, La. where they were guests for a-' week ol Mrs. Tucker's parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Walter Tietje. Jim Tucker, youngest son tof Mr. and Mrs, Tucker, remained here with his great uncle and aunt, Mr, anc Mrs. Leslie Shines while the fam lly was on vacation and also spent some time with his patern al grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Virgil Tucker of Rockbridge. East Alton Library Presented New Book EAST ALTON •— A volume o the'newly published book, "Birth Defects," edited by Morris Fish bein, MD., has been presented t the public library by Mrs. Dal Ragus on behalf of the Madison tounty Chapter .of the National Foundation-March of Dimes. • The presentation is one of several similar gifts to area libraries D. R. Kamm, chapter chairman, reports, as a portion of the education program being sponsored by the National Foundation in it's fight against birth defects and arthritis. Thirty of the foremost authorities on the problems of birth defects participated as authors of the new book. Alaskan Salmon Catch Worst in Years, Report fty HARD SIMS NAKNEK, Alaska (AP) - Ah aura of helpless Insecurity, tinged with nnger, settled over Alaska's Bristol Bay area today in the wake of the Worst salmon season ever for the bay's rich red sal mon fishery. Ih normal years, hordes of red salmon, a fish highly prized by the canning industry, enter the bay in early July en route to spawning streams. Thlsyear, the red run, for some as-yet-Unexplained reason, was a mere trickle, It left the some 3,500 persons of the area, whose living is tied pri marlly to the red salmon, on the brink of poverty, with a harsh Alaskan winter coming on. The state and its congressional delegation have asked President Kennedy to declare the Bristol Bay a disaster area. The total 1963 American catch on the bay, an arm of the Bering Sea 350 miles southeast of Anchorage, was only an estimated 2. million reds, compared with a catch of 2.9 million In 1958, the worst previous year on record. The Bristol Bay red run pro duced 203,700 cases of canned sal mon this year, compared witn 926,441 cases in 1961, tne top pack in the last 10 years on the bay An important question mark it the failure of this year's Bristo Bay run, to fishermen and to state officials alike, is the exten of the Japanese high seas catch Prohibited by the Internationa North Pacific Fisheries Conven tion from high seas salmon fish ing east of 175 degrees wes longitude, the Japanese neverthe less lake many immature Bristo Bay reds west of that abstention line. It has been a source of constan irritation to Bristol -Bay fisher men, who are not permitted t fish for salmon outside territoria waters, and to state officials, whi have placed strict restrictions 01 .Alaskan fishermen in an effort t conserve and to perpetuate th Bristol Bay red fishery. 2 Teenagers Convicted Of Murder CHICAGO (AP) - Two leen igers, one a collector of American Nazi Party literature, have beei convicted of attempted murdei md armed robbery and placed in ustody of the Illinois Youth Com nlsslon. Russell J. Lungaro and Rogo 'rochnow, both 16, pleaded guiltj 'hursday In Criminal Court. The :harges stemmed from holdup; and shootings on the South Sid n May and June. Two other teen-agers accused ith them pleaded Innocent am are to go on trial in September Judge F. Emmett Morrissej iald placing the youths in the commission's custody means the; are to stay in the Illinois Slate Reformatory at Sheridan unti hey are 21. Nazi uniforms, flags and litora ure were found in Lungaro' lome when he was arrested. Hi >aretits said he showed great it .crest in the Nazi movement. The attempted murder charg stemmed from the shooting ol 13-year-old Negro boy, Stephe Lewis, on June 5 as he walke along near his home on Chicago' far South Side. They also wer charged with the shooting May 3 Be alert today, alive tomorrow - DANCE Sat., July 27 9 p.m.-! a.m. Music by PEARL FERGUSON Members and Guests Welcome ALTON MOOSE LODGE No. 951 \ j; Completely Air Conditioned \\ ','• 3821 College Alton \ ALTON WOOD RIVER SPORTSMAN'S CLUB DANCE SAT., JULY 27 Music by OOGIE DeVITO 9-1 a.m. Guest Must Be Accompanied by a Member - • ••IPIMMiBIMm ^ *• •• • •» ^rpiii f • • •«* ^-^ ^ • ^ • *»• ^VTTLzi_zil-__^T TT,™ .-• — •. —_—- NK'&g&y^V !T '^^T'>W'^^ X v 8 1 a BSireiayiasewt'ggTjgaiggjggg;^^ " | "ROOM cpcriAi f'Y" 1 *" 1 *""""" 111 "" 1 "" 1111 "" 11111 " 1111 * THE CHICKEN YOU CAN EAT ; MASHED POTATOES & GRAVY HOWIES & IUTW COLE SLAW & BIYIIAtI PANCAKE HOUSE : :*iwmMYJcrcmim«SOTim ROAD PHONE COMMUNITY PLAYERS Present "THE WOULD BE GENTLEMAN" A comedy In two acts JULY 27 and 28 8:30 P.M. at the ROUND HOUSE Wood River For reservations Tickets 50c Call CL 4-3680 PROFESSIONAL MOTORCYCLE RACES 3 Half Mile Flat Xrack American Legion Park Jerseyville, 111. SUNDAY, JULY 28 1 p.m. Time Trials 2 p.m. -Races Start 17TH ANNUAL PICNIC HAM EL, ILL. Saturday, Sunday JULY 27 and 28 FREE DANCING MUSIC BY ENGELKE COMBO AND JOE HLAVSA AND HIS ORCHESTRA Chic-hen & Fish Dinners Served from 4:30 p.m. Both Nights! RIDES & CONCESSIONS By Los Jackson Grain Co. to Meet Aug. 8 At Jerse ,COLLINSV1LLE PARK BALLROOM Collinsville, Illinois COMING Saturday, July 27 TOMMY RYAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA 'CUP THIS AD IT WILL ADMIT ONE PERSON FREE When Accompanied by One Paying Portion ON THIS DATE ONLY! ( Dancing Every Sat. Nite WE'RE ON OUR WAY TO HAVE PIZZA AT MIDTOWN DINING ROOM SERVING NIGHTLY |!30TO 7Ui « Central Alton, IU, Tuos., Wed., Thurs. Family Prices All Seats 25c TONIGHT, SAT..SUN. T*0 R)R.TOE SEESSW Fri., Sat. at 8:50 p.m. Sun. 1:06, 4:52, 8:47 p.m. JAMES MASON in , UXWB Um,Jm TCpUMirni IW Tm'.'Z. PAHAVlSION* iCliniiluuLUn Wife EQ wisn Fri., Sat. at 7:12 p.m. .Sun. 3:14 and 7:07 p.m. ican producers marketed the!? beans in a foreign country. Guild owns and operates a 400 acre farm in Wabash County? a 380 farm in Clinton County, Indiana, and is a wheat farm owner in Saskatchewan, Canada. JERSEYVILLE — The annual metine of the Jersey County •rain Co. will be held Thursday vening, Aug. 8, at the Farm Bureau autidorlum at 8 o'clock. The speaker will be Merrill D. Guild, ;oneral manager of the Illinois Jrain Corp. Annual reports will be given, directors will bo elected and pa- ;ronage refunds will be distributed. The guest speaker, a graduate of DePauw University in Green ••astje, Ind., became affiliated with the cooperative grain marketing in 1929. ( He was manager of the Indiana Grain Cooperative rom time of Its organization in 938 until his retirement in April, 1962. He pioneered the marketing development of soybeans for American producers abroad, When he steamship Peoria cleared Bal imore for Genoa, Itaty, in June 1949, it was the first time in American Agriculture 'that Amer- Japan laws. will have new press filrtte issrotwlt TUdSOfo, AH*, m ~ Ahiet ,fi. Ochoa of titcfloU a*k<sf Justlet & the Peace" Clark H. Johns*! !«> little mote time to'false thV$b needed to pay a traffic tim >> Johnson refused the rTecjuefct-vaf" tef noting that Ochoa received the citation two years ago. of Hilmer Holm in subhrban Oak Lawn. ROXANA, 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. Charlton Hcston Yvctte Mimieux George Chakiris "DIAMOND HEAD" Color — 9:00 Leslie Caron, David Nlven, David Opatoshu "GUNS of DARKNESS" — 7:20 — SELECTED SHORTS Comfortably COOL WILDEY STARTS TONITE! Ann Margret—Janet Leigh Dick Van Dyke IN COLOR • PANAV1SON* Open Tonite 0:45 TONITE Sat. & Sun. 2 Bid HITS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! A DARING GAMBLE FOR A PRIZE GREATER THAN VICTORYI Matinees Sat. & Sun. 12:45 »tl«>l« b| BUEM V1SI« Dtltnbulion Cojnc. • ©1962 Wall Disney P'oductioi ROBERT TAYLOR — LILI PALMER- — CURT JURGENS PLUS TONITE !):()() — SAT. 1:15 4:5!) 8:45 A GREAT ADVENTURE STORY/ HOB KERWIN MATHEWS JUDI • ,s*s\t *-\n • JUDI • mLuio TNIU UHIIIP Ainin TECHNICOLOR B MEREDITH -TORIN THATCHER TONIT1S 7:25 — SAT. 3:35 7:10 PLUS: Disney Cartoon "DOC. WATCH" with PLUTO HAT HIRE OR CARRY GUI 1 i FRIED CHICKEN New $ I Only * CRISP! DELICIOUS! PIZZA LARGE SIZE! Sausage, Mush- Reg. $ j 0Q room, Pepperonl, Hamburger..,... 1,60 I "fcv VIETH'S 2518 State St. Phone HO 5-9796 TONITE Thru TUES. JOANNE CAPRI OLD ST LOUIS RD; C1.4-2U4 Open 7:00 3 BIG HITS! CLAIRE CAROL -i- (ji_/\ir%c. i I^MP^UV. fc/OR'lM The . Story Of A GirL And The Men Who Led Her To Become HSfeffi QNl^rfASeOOG' COLOR by DE LUXE { * Relsaiid by 20th Century-fa FRI. & SAT. ONLY "DATE BAIT" TONITE • =| =i B^Jil i r4S °P en 7:0 ° PREMIERE SHOWING OF GREATER ST. LOUIS! DORIS,, JflMES DRY • GflRNEfc INVITE YOU TO WATCH THEM ENJOY : r-3RD HIT! FRI. & SAT."INVASION OF THE STAR CREATURES" 2ND HIT" Doris Duy — Gary Grant "THAT TOUCH OF MINK" IN COLOR STARTS TONITE! OPEN TONITE 6:45 MATINEES SAT. & SUN. 12:45 Regular Prices. .35c 75c 90c TURNS A A YOUNG DOCTOR'S HEART INSIDE -OUT.* AND BRINGS YOU A HILARIOUS PRESCRIPTION FOR FUN AND ROMANCE! SANDRA DEE a ROSS HUNTER production TAMMYand the DOCTOR in Eastman COLOR w-starring MACDQNAID CAREY • BEUIAH BQNDI MARGARET LINDSAY.» REGINALD OWEN SHOWN TONITE 7:30,, 9;30 , /, SAT. & SUN..., I^30, 3i3Q. 5;30. 7i26. 9i3Q i ..« WOODY WOQPPeSKIK SART90N «• PIUS "MAttlS RAH.S

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