Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 1, 1963
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Boy Kills Neighbor For Spite NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP)—Police say a boy of 15 has admitted slaying a mother of nine from next door because he was mad at his own mother for not letting him go to the beach, and: "1 had to take it out on somebody." i Detective Sgts. George Murphy and Ralph Mcade said the boy, Thomas Keiiney, a recent junior high school graduate, has been in no previous trouble. They described him as intense, but likable. The victim, Mrs. Helen E. Prange, 49, apparently did not provoke him. The two families are neighbors in the San Fernando Valley community, Rusk Plans 3-Day Stay In Russia i WASHINGTON (AP)—Secretary of State Dean Rusk will stay in Russia for three or four days beyond the signing of the test ban treaty and will meet with Sovie Premier Nikita Khrushchev. A State Department spokesmai said the signing is set for 4:30 p.m. Monday. Rusk is expected to sound ou the Soviets on a NATO-Warsaw bloc nonagresssion pact, ex changes of observers to guarc against surprise attack and othei issues which the Russians raisec during the recent atomic test ban negotiations. The subjects require furthei clarification of the Soviet Pre mier's views and consultation among the Western Allies before any agreement can be negotiated The State Department, in an nouncing details of Rusk's plans to lead a U.S. delegation to Mos cow for the treaty signing, saic he "has accepted the invitation of Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko to remain on in the Soviet Union as his guest for three or four days after the signature of the treaty." The exact time and place of Rusk's meeting with Khrushchev has not yet been arranged. Rusk and a planeload of official delegates are slated to take off from nearby Andrews Air Force Base at 11 p.m. Friday night. Proxmire Hits Justice Department WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Villiam Proxmire, t>-\Vis., ac- eusL-d the Justice Department today of flaunting the law until 1963 jy failure to make annual reports •ailed for by n 1955 measure ex- ending the interstate oil compact. The department, be said, has a nandatc to report annually on 'the monopolistic tendencies broughoUt the oil industry." But he said he has no objection o a resolution giving congressional approval to another foiir- year extension from next Sept. 1 of the compact, created in 1935 ind since extended from time to ime. Other witnesses appearing before a Senate interior subcom- nittee considering the extension •esolution endorsed the proposal unanimously. "For four years — Ivom 1959 until 1963— the Department of Justice flaunted the law by failing to make this report," Proxmire told the committee. "It was only after we called attention on the floor of the Senate to this failure of the Justice DC partment to comply with the law that a report was submitted for 1963." "This report is the only too: Congress has to find monopolistic practices in the oil industry." William H. Orrick jr., assistant attorney general in charge of the anti-trust division, explained the report may not have been forth coming for a time because of pos sible anti-trust cases against oi companies. Richard C. Byrd, who has re signed as chairman of the Kansas corporation commission to be ai administrative assistant to Gov Matthew E. Welch of Indiana commission chairman, read £ statement in which Welch said the commission has been effective in virtually eliminating waste. Jerome J. O'Brien, director of the office of oil and gas; Lawrence R. Alley, executive secretary of the compact commission; and Sen. Frank Carlson, R-Kan., also supported the resolution. _ INDIAN PHONES LAGOS, Nigeria JP — Indian High Commissioner P. N. Haksar has given Nigeria working samples of telephones manufactured in his country. The equipment, produced by Indian Telephone Industries of Bangalor, was presented to Communications Minister Chief Olu Akinfosile and will eventually go to Nigerian phone subscribers. Rule Meeting Was Not A Closed Session DOWNERS GROVE, III. (API- rive trustees of the village of iVoodridgo have been exonerated of charges of holding a board meeting closed to tliti public. The trustees were arrested after the June 10 meeting in the village hall. William Woody, a defeated candidate for reelection as trustee, complained to police that the pub ie had been barred from the Heeling, a violation of state law. But Wednesday, Justice of the Peace John Cockrell dismissed the charges. Cockrell said that the state fire iiarshal had indeed kept some joople out, as a fire safety meas .ire, but only after the bungalow type building had 20 occupants. The magistrate ruled "that the public and three members oE.lhc press, plus the trustees were in he building...and there was no violation of the law." The trustees at the meeting had voted to pay $30 a month to them selves and $130 to William T. Roberts, the village president. The trustees who conducted the meeting were Edward Rcdmon Jr., James W. Kinser, Marvin T. Wiggins, David G. Callahan and Walter Hanscn. Woodridge is a village of 5<12 official population, Hi miles soutl.i- west of Chicago in Du Page County. Charges Bring Protest LONDON—A recent broadcast over the British Broadcasting System which charged that Americans treat their Indian poorly has brought comments from near and far including a complaint from the Governor of South Dakota. Report On ADC Review WASHINGTON (AP)—A nationwide review shows that 5.4 per cent of families receiving aid for dependent children were Ineligible, hut little fraud was found, the Welfare Department reported today. Secretary of Welfare Anthony J. Cclcbrezxc said Immediate steps arc being taken to tighten controls, based on the findings: The Ineligibility rate for individual states ranged from none to 17.3 per cent, but the department cautioned that differing judgments of individual ovaluators make accurate comparisons diffi cull. The report said there was little evidence of intentional concealment or misrepresentation of facts by ineligible recipient fami lies but that there were wide variations in the correctness of payments among the states under the federal-state welfare program. Celebrexze made his report to the Senate Appropriations Committee, which requested the study after disclosures of widespread in eligibilities in the District of Columbia. Kennedy Willing To Accept Cnts in nights nm WASHINGTON (AP) — Atty. GPU. Robert F. Kennedy said today he would bo willing to accept some modifications in the administration's civil rights program. Under questoning by Sen. San J. Efvin Jr., D-N.C., at a Senate Judiciary Committee heaving Kennedy said he would have hi object ion to an amendment elim inating beauty shops, barbc shops and swimming pools fron coverage under the public accom inodations provision. He also agreed to accept a lltrv ited provision for jury trials under a section of the bill that would empower the attorney general to NEW ECUMENICAL CENTER MONTREAL, Canada ff An ecumenical center "to contribute to a mutual better understanding between Catholics and Christians of other religious denominations" will be opened here thi-s fall, Paul Emilc Cardinal Leger, archbishop of Montreal, has announced. iring injunction suits to prevent acial discrlminaion in public rhools and in places of public ccommodalions. In addition, he said It would be 'nil right with me" If Congress Iccldcd lo rewrite a provision vith respect lo payment of at- orneys'Tees in these cases. The public accommodations sec- Jon, a key part of the 7-point bill, would require desegregation ol restaurants, hotels, motels, stores and other private establishment! catering to the general public i their operations substantially af fed interstate commerce. signs Biir For Tourism Promotion SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP) — A )ill appropriating 5500,000 lo pro note tourism in Illinois was signed into law today by Gov Kerner. will he used to statewide He termed if the "oncentraled effort on Ihc pnrt <>' this stale to increase the l"'"' isl business in Illinois," Under the act, $250,000 will I"' made available us grants to match expenditures by dounslntr communities and local organi/a- Hons for prbmotlnK tourist allrac tions. Another $150,000 will be used l< match tourisl promolion ae in Cook County. Th Kernel' said hn t* continent the state will see a "SubstRffltoUgftln for nnt only Ihoso. business which benefit directly from • flKs tourist ,, H I,, i,,,! for the. eijtlrh ecQtiotny ol Illinois." AM advisory committee of four Iwislalors and five public members appointed by the Governor «-jli assist the Illinois ftoarrt of |.YoM<miii' Development In Admln- istering the »<•'• , , NOW THRU TUES.'NOW THRU TUES. 2ND BIG HIT CARYGMT<DORISM r PAUL NEWMAN IS "HUD! • 2ND'BIG HIT uimnm: HARVEY FRANCE HAUTHA NimiN-HYHl. A PARAMOUNT RELEASE OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK| KOXANA, ILL. TIIUKS Fill.—SAT. Continuous from ? p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking Problems Ph. CL d-8813 or CL 4-7371 TONITE - tf Rl, - SAT. - SUN. Gregory Peclt, JU. Uiitlham Phillip Alford "TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD" 8:4!) Jncklo Glcason, Kathcrino Kiitli, Gabrlello Dorziut "GIGOT" Color 7:00 Selected Sliorls Hhmvit 1:25 * 0:25 —GRAND— LAST TIMES TONITI— - Sniidrn Den, 1'otfir t'ondii "Tammy and the Doctor" "Bye Bye Birdie* Shown 7:10, nil0 Last Times Tonight Family Priors All Sont.i Mr TmtiKliI "I « :l<1 l'- m Color — ttory Cnlhoun In "MARCO POLO" TonluM at 7:III p.m. fVmrdv IjitiRh Ulol! "FRANCIS JOINS THE NAVY" FRI..SAT., SUN. Mutluce Sunday «l 1 P.m. SUAN CONNEKUiV us Jiimcs Bond with URSULA ANDHESS In the Susiienscfiil Thriller IAN FLEMING'S Dr.No TECHNICOLOR" Rileastdllmi UNIUDGBMillSTS Shown lit 8:115 Frl. — Sal. 2:32, 5:48, I):ID — Sundiiy Plus 2nd Feature I Joey Dec * .lerl Lynne Frn/.cr "TWO TICKETS TO 1'ARIS" Shown at 7:12 Frl. & Sat. 1:00, 4:2.'l, 7:4(1 —'-Sunday YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DlilVE-IN HELD OVER THRU TUES. TftDI |1*UT DRIVE-IN I MKLIll Hi THEATRE COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 ,ROSS HUNTER-ARWIN- COLOR OP it All! 'A s *^f *%£"*' ' **$•.!»«. •.-.•• ^ Owl Show FRI. & SAT. Eastman COLOR Color Cartoons—Free Playground—Children Admitted Free STARTS FRIDAY BOTH THEATERS OPEN 6:30 WILDEY * *|Viat ' That Wonderful HAYLEY'S got the PLACE JUMPIN'.. a WhM of 8REAT D/s ."ey Fun <° r s ««"n«./ " • - A Happy Go-Lucky WEEK of laughs ...Songs... Teenage Romance I *&nnriierlfeWQ c.s.~,ni ' MERKEL-HODGES--POLLARD-BROWN PRESENTED' j-i'ST^rroBOTH THEATERS—MATINEES SAT. & JUN^JJ;^ EXTRA! Walt Disney Cartoon "HOW TO PLAY BASEBALL" with GOOFY The BATTLE of the "RM 'N ROLL" GIANTS! In the U.S.A... ELVIS in England . . CLIFF OPEN .KKIDAY <i:4r> Matinees Snt. & Sun. I IN COLOR GREAT ENTERTAINING FEATURES EXTRA! POPEYE CARTOON --(r Come Or, Out And See! Good Food . . . Good Fisn . And Great' o SEPTEMBER 2 FOR ALL PRIZES ON DHSPLAY AT 2606 STATE ST. NORTH ALTON No Purchase Necessary Our First Year here in Godfrey has been a great success! We -wish to show our gratitude to you — our customers — by throwing a big month long 1st Anniversary Celebration . . . now through September 2. Come in and register each week for 4 great prizes shown here. One given each week as listed! For your comfort we have added new air conditioning in our dining room and we are now constructing a large canopy to shade you as you eat in your car. Come out and see us! Enjoy a good meal .... and register while you're here for our free prizes! TRY OUR DELICIOUS 15' HAMBURGERS ALL U.S. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED MEATS! PHiLCO PORTABLE TV $159.95 VALUE! 2ND WEEK'S PRIZE! REGISTER AUG. 11 THRU AUG. 17! DRAWING AUG. 17-8 P.M.! AM! FM2 9 TRANSISTOR! $89.95 VALUE! 1ST WEEK'S PRIZE! REGISTER AUG. 2 THRU AUG. 10! DRAWING AUG. 10 AT 8 P.M.! ADMIRAL CONSOLE STEREO WITH AM-FM-MULTIPLEX AND 4-SPEED CHANGER! $219.95 VALUE! 3RD WEEK'S PRIZE! REGISTER AUG. 18TH THRU AUG. 24! DRAWING AUG. 24-8 P,M,! TV!! TO BE GIVEN FOR OUR 4TH & FINAL WEEK REGISTER AUG. 25 THRU SEPT. 2 DRAWING SEPT. 2-8 P.M. WINNER WILL BE NOTIFIED You must be 18 or over to win. No employes and members of their immediate family or suppliers are eligible to win, No purchase necessary! 2708 GODFREY ROAD DAILY AJ A.M.

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