Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 6, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, August 6, 1963
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, AtJGtfSTf 6,1963 ALTON EVENING PAUK JUNIOR BASEBALL In. the 946-yeat.old league Monday the Reds topped the Bears, 7-S, the Hornets btizzei the Eagles, 20-8, the Yankee whipped the Cardinals, il-4, and Ihe Athletics smashed the Flyers 4-1. tiob SchUJz hit two homers and two singles for the Reds while Dennis Moore slapped two singles arid a double for the Bears. Mlki Reilly slapped a triple, doubL and three singles for the Hornets as Nenl Schulz homered and sin gled for the Eagles. Dave Wan namnker hit two homers for the Yanks while Ron Maggort slam med a homer and two singles for the Cards. Rich Heavner anc Walt Shoemaker homered for the A's. Other D-in-yenr-old results In eluded: tho Cubs over tho Tigers, 84, on a no-hitter by Tom Thompson, tho Falcons over tho Bandits, t)-!t, tho Lions over Nortlisldo, 12-8, tho Foxes over tlio Hawks, !)•!!, and tho Astronauts ovor tho Vcavcrs, 20-4. Winning pitcher Dave Moore tripled for the Falcons while Wayne Wertz tripled for the Bandits. Tim Keuslcr homered for the Lions nnd Greg Horton hit roundtrlpper for Northslde. Robin Nichols homered and doubled for the Foxes and Ron Tanner doubled for the Hawks. Kcm Wuellner hit two homers for the Astronauts and Mark Jehle lashed three hits. In the 11-12-year-old league the Indians walloped the Braves, 182, and the Orioles downed the Dodgers, 8-4. Dave Kennedy hit two homers and two singles and Mike Carroll two homers and one single for the Indians while John Tueth doubled twice for the Braves. Jim Sehleeper doubled for the O's as Tim Fitzpatrick and Wohlert hit two-baggers for the Dodgers. In tho l!M4-yeiir-okl league tho Braves nipped tho Souls, 7-(t, nnd tho Herbirds bounced tho Dodgers, 1,1-1, B u c k y Floppor homered for Hie Brav• es. Mark Scluil/, homered and singled for the Seals. Randy Hard homered and singled for tho Redblrds. Clark doubled for tho Dodgers. AHS Cross Country Candidates to Meet There will be a registration meeting of all cross country candidates for the Alton High School team Wednesday night at 7 o'clock at the high school gym, it was announced by Jim Wigger, cross country coach at the high school. Wigger urges all boys interested in the program to attend the meeting. itm! Outdoor* with llnroltl ftrntttl Bortt Boon!* ( It Is now mandatory to display the * orange-colored registration dccals which the Illinois Conser vatlon Department has been issu ing to boat owners on all Hew and renewal registrations, accordlnj to a new law signed recently by Oov. Otto Kcrner. During 1963, this will apply onl> to boats which are Issued certlfi catcs with n 1966 expiration date said William T. Lodge, director of conservation. The policy In the past has been that the display o the decals was optional with the boat owner. Trapslioot Winners A total of 73 shooters entered (he recent Pro-Grand Warm-Up trapshoot at the ' Edwardsvllle Gun Club, reported Joseph P, Kel< Ionium. There were 12,300 targets thrown in the program. Tht, doubles trapshoot was cancelec due to rain. Trophy winners in the lOO-tar- gel, 16-yard shoot were Class A Warren Gansniann, Wood River 99x100; Class B, J. O. Frnzler, Belleville, 91x100; Class C, Rich, ml Thorpe, St. Charles, Mo. 86x 100. The 100 target handicap was won by Harrell E. Smith, Granle City, 99x100. The Ford Purse winners were event No. 1, Smith; event No. 2, Charles Walker, Gilespie; event No. 3, George Chaw sclnskl, Nashville, 111.; event No. 4, Laniolno Brown, Greenville, Event No. 5, Smith; The high lady was Mrs. Mary E. Rob jrtH, Alton. "This was the last registered ihoot of the season," Kellcrman pointed out. 'Preliminary days at he Grand American are Aug. 16, 17 and 18. Grand American Days ire Aug. 19 to 24 inclusive." Hunker Club Candidate II. O. Sleeker, reports a new Marathon Swimmers QUINCY — Dodie Schmidt and Charles Gillard, two swimmers rom the Alton YMCA, finished th and 18th, respectively, Sat- irday in the 10-mile Hannibal, Mo. 3 Quincy, 111. marathon swim. Both received trophies for finish- ig the race in the annual swim. Judo Open House The ACMS Judo Club will hold .n. open house Wednesday night rom 6:30 to 8:30 at the Onized Club. There will be judo exhibi- ions and exhibitions of self de- ense. There will be no admission, 'he public is invited to attend. candidate for tire Dunkers dub Peggy Sue MeOwjtii, a telephone operator, was so busily engaged in conversation while walking on a dock at Grafton recently that she unintentionally stepped off into the water. She was surprised but not Injured. She was rescUcc Immediately. Kentucky Lake Trip Mr. nnd Mrs, Mnrvln Bodum and family recently made a 10- day round-trip voyage from Alton Lake to Kentucky Lake in their 26-ft cruiser "Skol." They were not bothered by mosquitoes and made the entire 600-mile trip with out incident. Boner Club Nominee Bill Walter, 3867 Omega St., found that towboat crews are co- perallvc, One night recently aboul 10 p.m., Walter and his wife and three children and guest, Sophia Davis, were riding downstream on the Illinois River above Grafton and ran out of gasoline. After drifting awhile a towboat was observed to be approaching. Walter flushed a light to let the crew know his boat was in the darkness. The towboat passed alongside and when Walter shouted his difficulties, he was given two gallons of gasoline and a quart of oil. He was able to get to a harbor where other friendly boat- owners supplied him with more fuel. The incident certainly makes Walter a nominee to the Boners :iub. ' Farm and Imported Animals One of the most delightful hours we spent during our vacation last week was a visit to Grant's Farm with Harold Leonard, his wife and children and our family. The children are permitted to feed the ani- nals with milk and food purchased there for 5 or 10 cents. The young of goats, deer, lambs ind donkeys were little beggars and competed spiritedly among hemselves for food from the children to their immense delight. A bear pit also contained many cubs also eager for a handout. The ;rounds were crowded with bus oads of school children, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, and other children and adult groups. The farm is operated by An- leuser-Busch Inc., and admission s free. It is closed on Sundays and Mondays and holidays. It is necessary to write or telephone n advance for reservations for your family or group. Sandwiches and refreshments are sold on the ;rounds. The farm is a short drive from Alton a few miles south of Kirkwood, >vay. Mo., off Lindbergh High- Britain Wins Net Crown WIMBLEDON, England (AP) Britain reigned today as tennis champion of Europe for the first time in 30 years — and the fans started talking again of the golden days of 'Fred Perry. ' Mike gangster, the 22-year-old star who revels In a tight situation, look Britain to a 3-2 victory over Sweden Monday and a place In the Inlerzone finals of the Davis Cup. He defeated Sweden's Ulf Schmidt 7-5, 6-2, 9-11, 3-6, 6-3 in the last match of the European final. The last time Britain won the European Zone was in 1933 when Perry was in his prime. Perry and his team went on to win th Davis Cup three times running British tennis officials began tackling the problem of finding venue for the next series. Tha will be in Britain against th winner of the American Zone- either the United States or Mex ieo, although the winner has to overcome Venezuela. Bowling BOWL INN Western Mixed Women — Pyle 172. Men — Mouser 21.0, Book 200, BOWL ARENA Western Summer Mixed Women — Brown 210, 192 (543); Brakhane 195, Williams 193, Helm, kamp 180, 170 (512) | Brenner 174 Men — Bockhorst 258, 211 (631); Dixon 235, (601); Arkabauer 234 (615); Williams 223, 201, Davis 218, Auto-Cross Meet Slated for Eastgate The Southern Illinois Region o the Sports Car Club of America will stage its second "Auto-Cross 1 neet Sunday afternoon from noon until 5 o'clock at Eastgate Shopping Center in East Alton. All sports cars and compae owners are invited to compete in he meet. The.course will be fast with no gimmicks. Local drivers are urged to enter. The public is invited to attend. Roland Waggoner Elected President WOOD RIVER — Roland Wag joner was elected president of he Moose Friday Night Bowlers League Monday night at Moose Hall. Other officers elected ware: James Langreder, vice president and Loe Rigsley, secretary. Harold Tante is outgoing president. The first games will be Aug 30 at 6:45 p.m. Ma/or League STANDINGS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. 68 39 .636 61 47 '.565 7</ 2 62 51' .549 9 59 50 .541 10 54 54 .500 54 58 .482 54 60 .474 17% 49 59 .454 19% 46 60 .434 21% 40 69 .367 29 1 '*'How's it going?" When it's important to get from Here to There on time, yet still stretch the miles between fills, it's good to have MgPG going for you. This patented formula keeps the throats of new carburetors clean and removes harmful deposits from old ones. So M2PG means more miles per gallon in city-traffic driving, And remember—AMERICAN® Brand Gasolines with M^PG are Filtered, tool One more reason why millions can say "not a speck of trouble!" STANDARD THE AMERICAN and only Standard Oil Dealers haw it! &R££$ mere from Standard and you pet it I «T»NPW QIV DWIfW AHIRIQAN Olfc OOMMNY 9 1119 AMIRICAN 911. New York Chicago Baltimore Minnesota Boston Cleveland Los Angeles Kansas City Detroit Washington Monday's No games scheduled Today's Games New York at Washington 2 twi-nlght Cleveland at Baltimore N Chicago at Kansas City N Boston at Detroit N Minnesota nt Los Angeles (N) Wednesday's Games Minnesota at. Los Angeles (N) Chicago at Kansas City (N) Boston at Detroit New York at Washington (N) Cleveland at Baltimore (N) Nntlonnl League W. L. l*ct. G.B Los | Angeles , 66 43 .606 — San Francisco 6249.5595 St. Louis 62 49 .559 5 Chicago 58 50 .537 7'/a Cincinnati 60 53 .531 8 Philadelphia 58 53 .528 9 Milwaukee 57 55 .509 Pittsburgh 53 56 .486 13 Houston 43 69 .384 24'/ 2 New York 34 76 .309 32'/ 2 Monday's HcsuHs Houston 6, San Francisco 5 Only game scheduled Today's Games St. Louis at New York (N) Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N) Los Angeles at Chicago San Francisco at Houston (N) Cicninnatl at Philadelphia (2) twi-night Wednesday's Games St, I-ouis at New York Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N) Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N) Los Angeles at Chicago San Francisco at Houston (N) By THE ASSOCIATED PUESS American League Batting 250 at bats — Yastr- zemskl, Boston, .331; Kaline, Detroit, and Rollins, Minnesota, .312. Runs—Allison, Minnesota, 72; Kaline, Detroit, and Tresh, New York, 67. Runs batted in—Stuart, Boston, and Kaline, Detroit, 70. Hits — Yastrzemsk, Boston, 129; Kaline, Detroit, 125. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, 31; Causey , Kansas City, 28. Triples — Versalles, Minnesota, U; Hinton, Washington, 10. Home runs—Allison and Killebrew, Minnesota, 25. Stolen bases — Aparicio, Baltimore, 27; Hinton, Washington, 19. Pitching (10 decisions) — Radatz, Boston, 12-2, .857; Ford, New York, 16-5, .762. Strikeouts — Bunning, Detroit, 141; Pizarro, Chicago, and Stigman, Minnesota, 132. National League Batting (250 at bats). — Groat, St. Louis, .344; Clemente, Pittsburgh, .334. Runs — Aaron, Milwaukee, 81; Flood and White, St. Louis, and Mays, San Francisco, 80. Runs batted in — Aaron, Milwaukee, 92; White, St. Louis, 78. Hits—Groat, St. Louis, 154; Pinson, Cincinnati, 142. Doubles—Groa^ St. Louis 33; Pinson, Cincinnati, 31. Triples—Pinson, Cincinnati, 12; Brock and Callison and Williams, Gonzalez, Chicago, Philadelphia, and Groat, Javier and White, St. Louis, 7. Home runs — McCovey, San Francisco, 33; Aaron, Milwaukee, 31. Stolen bases—Pinson and Robinson, Cincinnati, and Willis, Los- Angeles, 24. Pitching (10 decisions) —Maloney, Cincinnati, 17-3, .850; Perra- noski, Los Angeles, 10-2, .833. Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Angeles, 199; 182. Drysdale, Los Angeles, Illinois Man Cops Trapshoot ROCHESTER, N. Y. (AP) — A plastic manufacturer from Roselle, 111., and a chief petty officer in the U.S. Navy stationed in Jacksonville, Fla., Monday shared the spotlight as the 1963 National Skeet Shooting Associa- :ion's world skeet shooting championships rounded out the second day of activity. Al Shuley of Illinois, who tied tor 410-gauge honors with four other marksmen, all of whom tailed 98 totals, finished first in a shool-of to win individual laurels. Ken Pendergras of Florida, whose record includes a U.S. world team victory over Russia 2 Oldtimers Inducted Into Hall of Fame COOPERSTOWN, N. Y. /P—I was a dark, dreary afternoon but the brightest day of thei lives for two old men. "This is a bigger day than any I ever had before," said 87-year old Elmer Flick after he and Sam Rice, 71, and the late Eppa Rixey and John Clarkson were inducted into baseball's Hall 'o Fame Monday. The four, who boosted mem bership to 94, were elected in January by the committee on oldtimers who consider only mer out of baseball for at least 21 years. Members of the Base ball Writers Association, wh consider the younger retired players, vote every other yea: and did not vote in 1963. Following the morning ceremonies the Boston Red Sox bea the Milwaukee Braves 7-3 in the annual Hall of Fame exhibition game. Billy Gardner and Dick Williams hit homers for the winners, Hank Aaron for the losers. The victory pulled the Amer ican League into a tie in the se ries, 10-10, with one tie. Rice, of Ashton, Ind., was an outstanding outfielder and hittei for Washington from 1915 to 1933 and finished with Cleveland in 1934. He had 2,987 hits and a life time average of ,322. Flick, of Warrensville, Ohio played from 1898 through 1910 in both major leagues. He won the American League batting cham pionship in 1905 with a .306 aver age and retired with a .315 life time mark. Rixey's plaque was accepted by his widow, who lives ii Cincinnati, where the lanky left bander spent most of his majo league career. He won 266 game for the Reds and Philadelphia from 1912 to 1933 and died a fev days after his election this year Clarkson, a big winner before the turn of the century, once won 53 games in a single season He died in 1909. His plaque was accepted by a nephew, Freder ick Clarkson of Meriden, Conn MINOR LEAGUES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS International League Richmond . 5, Jacksonville 2 Syracuse 12, Indianapolis 2 Toronto 8-1, Buffalo 7-2 Atlanta 4, Arkansas 2 Rochester 6, Columbus 4 Paeific Coast League Hawaii 1, Seattle 0 Tacoma 6, Spokane 3 Salt Lake 5, Dallas-Fort Wortli San Diego 8, Portland 3 Only ganies scheduled. in Cairo, Egypt, last year, earned a shoot-off bid against Ken Sed- lecky of Baldwin, Mich., as each registered a 99 score to eliminate three other challengers for final honors. WIMPY'S Coloring Contest COMING SOON! DON'T MISS IT! WATCH SATURDAY'S TELEGRAPH FOR ALL DETAILS! WIMPY'S DRIVE-IN — GODFREY, ILL. BEL*AiRiil CAPRI 66 & I II tR 6 9636 DID SI IOUIS HO CL4-7IH • LAST NIGHT • Doris Day "Thrill of It All" "That Touoh of Mink" STARTS WEDNESDAY • LAST NIGHT • Paul Newman "Hud" "A Old Named TiunlUo" STARTS WEDNESDAY BOB HOPE LUCILLE BAL BUS JOHN WAYNE ~ RlO OEANMA8TIH^ 0 w Television Aids Careers Of Actors By CVNTHIA LOWttY AP Televison.lfcntHo WHtcf HOLLYWOOD (AP) —'Television, with its ehdlcss appetite for story material and the frequent necessity to sacrifice quality for quantity, rarely receives the credit due for its magic effect on actors' careers. A regular role in even an unsuccessful series is a fine showcase for an unknown performer And if a series is a hit, he can quickly become a star. Raymond Burr, before "Perry Mason," played villians, most of Icn in B features. Vince Edwards in the days before "Ben Casey,' uid trouble getting bit parts This magic was one of the things which led Henry Jones, a distinguished stage performer, to a top role in ABC's "Channing, 1 a dramatic series, set in a college atmosphere. Jones will play the dean. "There were many factors in my decision," said Jones. "The important things were weekly ex posure to the audiences with stai billing-and the attendant pub licity." Although he has appeared in more than 500 television roles in 13 years, Jones feels that hi identity has not been hammerec home, partly because he ha played so many different charac ters. A Philadelphian, Jones hit hi professional stride on Broadwa; in "The Solid Gold Cadillac." I the four years following 1950 when a lot of live television dram was coming out of New York, h appeared in 200 programs, playin everything from hayseed comic to mad killers. "Channing" may have a toug fight for audiences because AB has it scheduled opposite CBS Danny Kaye and NBC's "Elevent Hour" on Wednesday nights. Indefatigable Hugh Downs NBC's "Today Show" has foun time to compose some long-hai orchestra music—to be heaii Wednesday on his morning show and is involved in a new audienc participation show for which h hopes to find network time. Miss Conley Leads Meet ROCKFORD, 111. (AP)—Peggy Shane Conley of Spokane, Wash leads a field o£ 32 qualifiers int the first round of match play to day in the Western Junior Girl Golf Tournament. Miss Conley, 16-year-old junio champion of Oregon and th Pacific Northwest, matched pa with a 37-37-74 in Monday' qualifying round at the Rock ford Country Club. The qualifying round origins ly was to determine the low 1 scorers, but tournament official expanded the championshi flight to 32 because of an un usually higher number of lo\ handicap entries. The cutoff wa 88 and only three others besidi Miss Conley managed to breal 80. They were Roberta Alvers o Temple Terrace, Fla., with 39 38-77; Janis Ferraris of San Francisco, 39-39-78 and Joyce Kazmierski of Detroit, 39-39-78 The tournament over the 6,226 yard course will end Friday when the title match will be held. MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Decatur 4, Burlington 3 Fox Cities 2, Cedar Rapids 1 Quad Cities 11, Waterloo 1 Dubuque 14, Wisconsin Rap ids 5. Clinton 8, Quincy 7 Tuesday Evening T?V Digest (R> Denote* REPEAT program KTVI (AfiO) 2, KMOX (UBS) 4, USD (NMJ) B, ttfrtft 11 8:00-2 4 5 New* 11 Three Stooges (ft) 6:10-4 5 Weather 6:15-2 City Camera & Weather 4 News: Crotiklte 5 Huntley-Bfinkley 11 Rocky & his Friends 6:30-2 Combat (ft) 4 Eye on St. Louis 5 Latamte (K) 11 People Are Funny t:00-4 Lloyd Bridges (ft) U Best of Groucho (R) 7:30—2 Hawaiian Eye (R) 4 Talent Scouts 5 Empire (R) 9 P.S. 4 11 Conte Presents (R) 8! 00-9 What's New? 8:30-2 Untouchables (R) 4 Picture This 5 Dick Powell (R) 9 The Open Mind 11 Speed Spectacular 9:00—4 Keefe Brasselle 11 Movie — "It Had to be You" (1947) Ginger Rodgers Cornel Wilde 9:30—2 Focus on America S Report ffWSl, . . 9 Ja«z Casual y 4 5 tarns * :,'/ 9 Travel to Washington, C.C. 10iln-2 4 6 Weather IO:l&-2 Steve Alleff 4 Eye on .<%. Louis 5 Tonight Show - ' * 10:30-4 Movie - "The Helfiss" (1949) Miriam Hopkins, Olivia De Havilland, Montgomery ciift 10:55-11 Movie — "Just, ,01 f Broadway" (1942) LfbyflNfr Ian, Marjorle Weaver, Phil Silvers 11:45—2 Peter Gunn 12:00-5 Tonight in St. Louis 12:15-2 News A Sports '•»">'• 12:20—2 Mahalia Jackson 12:30—5 News 12:35-^ Movie — "My Dear Miss Aldrich" (1937) Edna May Oliver, Maureen O'SullU van, Walter Pidgeon 12:40-5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion •' 1:55—4 News & Religion Wednesday Daytime, Aug. 5:45—4 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News: Tom Brooks 8:00—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Morning Scene 5 Today: Hugh Downs 7:30—4 News: Carmichael 7:40-4 World of Mr. Zoom 8:00—2 Mahalia Jackson 4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:05—2 Farm Report 8:10—2 News 8:15—2 Camera Two 8:30—2 Community Album 8:45—2 Cartoons 9:00—4 Calendar 5 Say When 9:15—2 King & Odie 9:25—5 NBC News: Newman 9:30—2 Romper Room 4 I Love Lucy (R) 5 Play Your Hunch 10:00—4 The McCoys (R) 5 Price is Right 10:30—2 Seven Keys 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 11 Deputy Dawg 11:00—2 Tennessee Ernie 4 Love of Life 5 1st Impression 11:25—4 News: Reasoner 11:30—2 Father Knows Best (R) 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequence: 11:45—4 Guiding Light 1:55—5 NBC News: Soberer Soon—2 General Hospital 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke 5 Charlotte Peters 11 Newsreels 12:05—4 My Little Margie (R) 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Divorce Court 4 As World Turns 11 Jack LaLanne 1:00—4 Password 5 People Will Talk U Movie — See Tues McCovey Selected Player-of-the-Month CINCINNATI (AP) — Hjs 13 home runs and 27 runs batted in during July earned Willie McCovey a citation as the National League's Player of the Month. The San Francisco outfielder got 27 votes in the monthly poll of a committee of baseball writers and sportscasters. His nearest competitors, pitchers Johnny Podres of Los Angeles and Jim Waloney of Cincinnati, received 10 and 6 votes, respectively. 10:55 p.m., Ch. 11 1:25—5 News: Boggs 1:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 House Party 5 The Doctors 2:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15—U Movie — See Tues., 9 p.m., Ch. U News: Edwards Who Do You Trust? Edge of Night You Don't Say American Bandstand Secret Storm Match Game News: Vanocur Discovery "63 Millionaire (R) Make Room for Daddy 2:25-4 2:30—2 4 5 3:00—2 4 5 3:25-5 3:30-2 4 5 (R) 3:55-2 4:00—2 4 5 American Bandstand Day in Court SS Popeye Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:25-2 'Movie — "Trail Street" (1947) Randolph Scott, Robert Ryan, Gabby Hayes 4:30—4 Movie — "The Courtship of Andy Hardy" (1942) Lewis Stone, Mickey Rooney, Ann Rutherford 5:00—5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:30—5 Sea Hunt (R) 11 Deputy Dawg 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael \. TONITE, WED., THURS. Family Prices—All Seats 25c Kiddies Matinee Wednesdays Continuous from 1 p.m. TONITE, WED., THURS. ftAMMV DAVIS. Mfttt fUMM t 1AWFORD BISHOP SERGEANTS ED Tonitc, Tlmrs. at 8:30 p.m. Wed. 2:40, 5:49, 9:10 p.m. PLUS SECOND FEATURE Abbott and Costello in Rollicking Comedy! "Coming Round the Mountain" , Tonite and Thurs. 7:10 p.m. Wed. 1:00, 4:82, 7:54 p.m. POSITIVELY LAST 3 NIGHTS Open 6:30 ENDS THURS, Hayley's in a Whirl! 7 Song Hits Wdlt DiSNGY Your Favorite Family Drive-In & presents mmer BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 ENDS TONIGHT OOniS DAY—JAMES GAUNER "The Thrill of It AH" CAUY GKANT—DOIUS DAY "That Touch of Mink" Shown 7:10-0: to—Cartoon "How To I'luy Uiucbull" with Goofy STARTS FRIDAY! GRAND & WILDEY THEATRES! COLUMBIA PICTURES nuum AJWRYBR8UP»«WCTW SAMUEL BRONSTON presents CHARITON Color Cartoons — Free playground. Children Admitted Free SUPER TECHNIRAMA 1 T&&HNIO

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