Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 8, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 8, 1963
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ALTON EVENING , AUQlMff 8, 1083 cm Way Back to States tAP)~Arftert«Ui D. Skinner of Al Ohio, left for home under the assumed .name of "Statin" today, ftft alrllfle soufee reported. Tne foTmef U.S. Army corporal •who refused repatriation after the Korean Wat and spent nine years ift Red China, was to dhahge planes ifl Tokyo. Family Prices Tonight ALL SEATS 2Bc Shown at 8:30 p.m. F. Sinatra, D. Martin "Sergeants 3" Shown at 7:10 p.m. Abbott & Costello in "Coming Around the Mountain" FRK, SAT., SUN. Rcmmn Class Plans Supper ROXANA — The Women's Bib! Class of First Baptist Church me Tuesday evening at the church and made plans to have a family jolluck supper at the next meet ing Sept. 3. The women will also neet Aug. 13 at 7 p.m. to bind church hymnals. Mrs. Frank Williams conducted he business meeting and read de votionals and Mrs. Ben Schwarm served refreshments. Leave for Virginia ROXANA — Pvt. Robert Din widdie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Har rell Dinwiddie of Central avenue left Tuesday for Richmond, Va. where he will be stationed for further schooling and training will the army. He lias been stationec at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Sarah Circle ROXANA — Sarah Circle of the United Presbyterian Women o] First Presbyterian Church mel fuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Calvene White on Thirteenth street. Attend Celebration ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bean of E. Tydeman avenue attended the celebration of the 62nd wedding anniversary of Bean's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bean, in Mt. Vernon Sunday. The dinner was held at the home of Bean's brother and sister- in-lfjw, Mr. and Mrs. Veachel Bean. Visiting Daughters ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. V. PMUVISIO* uiroui Com SMWa BRONSTON CHARITON HESTON AYA GARDNER NIVEN PLUS BLAZING ACTION! PLUS Power & Passion — JOHN WAYNE DEAN MARTIN RICKY NELSON BUR LIVES GENA ROWLANDS OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK HURRY! HURRY! TONITE LAST TIMES! Open 6:45 'Comfortably COOL V \«S=^^^K^ Comfortably COOL WILDEY ) Shown 7:10 9:10 !?/ wait DISNGY • -^ STARTS FRIDAY! Lutheran Church to Reorganize HELSINKI, Finland (AP)-Ree- omtrtendations to simplify the structure of the Lutheran World Federation and distribute the work load were placed before the church group's fourth assembly today. The federation's executive com mittee called for creation of an associate general secretary to take over some of the secretary's duties. "It has been obvious for many years that our general secretary las too much to do and is over- jurdened with traveling," said the committee report. The general secretary Is the most Important coordinator of our work. He must be able to fol- ow it in all its various fields. That is not possible without an associate who is to be his right hand." The current general secretary s Dr. Kurt Schmidt-Clausen of Germany. The committee also suggested letting up regional secretariats 'to improve the coordination of 3ur work." The executive committee rec- immended that the federation's commissions and committees be reduced from nine to six. Four •vould be discontinued and a new commission on worship and spiritual life would be created. The committee on Latin America would be replaced by a re- ;ional secretariat. The commis- ion on world service would take iver responsibility for Latin America and itr office would be moved from New York to the ederation's headquarters in Geeva. .The committee on student work and the commission on international affairs both would be abol- shed. The committees said their /ork can be done t>y'existing in- ernational and ecumenical or- anizations, such as agencies of ie World Council of Churches, The commission on inner mis- ions would also be abolished. The committee also recommended (1) that the assembly meet every six years instead of ive; (2) formation of a federa- ion cabinet, meeting regularly, omposed of the general secre- ary and unit heads; and (3) tor- nation of a nine-member coor- inating committee •. for budgets nd programs to draft a single, jomposite budget. THE MOST EXCITING PICTURE YOU'LL SEE IN '63! 55 DAYS OF TITANIC ADVENTURE!' FLAMING ACTION! EXOTIC PASSIONS! T*'A SMASH! A KNOCKOUT!" 'says columnist HEDDA HOPPER SAMUEL 0RONSTON presents ,ynn Major of Steelville, Mo., have been visiting the past few days . with their daughters and iamilies, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiliams and daughter, Terry, ol Doerr avenue and Mr. and Mrs James Cobine and children of Wood River. ROXANA, ILL. AIR CONDITIONED TONITE — FRL — SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking Problems Ph. CL 4-6613 or Ct 4-7271 TONITE, FRL, SAT., SUN. "GYPSY" Color Rosalind Russell Natalie Wood Karl Maiden Tonite, Fri., Sat. 8:21 Sunday 1:00 4:44 8:28 "AIR PATROL" Willard Parker Merry Anders Tonite, Frl., Sat. 7:06 Sunday 3:29, 7:13 SELECTED SHORTS R. G. OWENS H, M, PATCHET Owens Succeeds Patchet As Olin Ammo Manager R. G. Owens'has been appointed manager of East Alton ammunition production for Olin's Winchester-Western division. He las been transferred to the company's New Haven, Conn., plant as ammunition plant manager. H. E. Freeh Jr., vice president of Winchester-Western amtnunl- :ion operations, who made the announcement, said that Owens would be responsible to J. G. Wills, director of East Alton ammunition manufacturing. Both Owens and Patchet have had varied experience in Olin ammunition manufacturing operations. Owens joined the former Western Cartridge Co. in 1941 as a chemical engineer. He spent two years in the U.S. Navy and re- :urned to the Olin company in 1946 as an engineer in ammunition development. He became superintendent of primer manufac- :uring in 1953 and in 1956 was given the added assignment of super- ntendent of primer, wad and tracer manufacturing. He was named general superintendent of ammunition manufacturing in 1960, the position which he held until iis recent promotion. Owens attend high school in Jacksonville, 111. He received a B.A. degree in chemistry from Illinois College at Jacksonville and a B.S. degree in chemical engineering from the University of Michigan. He has also taken special graduate courses in chemical >ngineering at Washington University, St. Louis. Owens and his family reside at 727 Berry Rd., Wood River. Patchet joined the former West- ern Cartridge Co. in 1936 as an adjuster and supervisor. Five year& later, during World War II, he was transferred to the U.S Cartridge Co. in St. Louis as assistant superintendent of manu- facutring. In 1945 he returned to East Alton as a foreman In the empty shell department for what was then Olin Industries, Inc. He became assistant superintended in 1950 and was promoted to su perintendent in 1952 and was made a manufacturing superintenden for Winchester-Western when the company became Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. Patchet has been ammunition production manage at East Alton since 1952. A native of Elwood, 111., Patch et was graduated from the higl school there. Since joining Olin he bias taken extension courses in industrial management at the University of Illinois and West ern University. Aiding in Ditibetes Testing WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal vorkers In nine cities have beeti munching oft fudge bars on Com t#my tlnie. But they're hot fudgi tig on Uncle Sam. ftathef, they are trying to help hlm-^-and you the candy consumptioniis Dart ot a Public Health Service screening test to detect diabetes. To date, 50,000 bars have been con sumed by 25,000 workers since July 1960 in Washington; Dallas; Denver! Boston; New York; Kan sas City, Mo.; Greenbelt, Md.; Alexandria, Va., and Belle Mead N. 3. This scientific fudge-eating, fol lowed by a blood test, is designw to get a relatively quick gauge 0 person's ability to assimilate sugar once It's introduced into the 3ody in the form^of food. In dl abetes, the body's mechanism foi properly handling sugar is defec tlve, and a high blood-sugar 1 usually a sign of the ailment, Using a device called an "Autc Analyzer" which handles up to 6 blood samples an hour, doctor on the project can quickly spo suspicious cases. Then, more del inite tests are done either by proj ect doctors or by referral to fam ily physicians. Reporting on the first year o screening activities in Washing ton and Dallas where 15,535 em ployes, representing 31 federal do partments or agencies volui teered tor the test, project doc tors gave these results in Pub lie Health Reports, a health sen ice journal: More than 1,600 screened "pos itive"; that is, there blood plas ma showed enough sugar to rais suspicions. Of these, 1,313 were given more definitive test. Finally, 210 cases of diabete were diagnosed—a rate of 13. per 1,000 population. Good Pood. Good run. During Our FIRST ANNIVERSARY $1065.00 IN FREE PRIZES!! First Year her« to _ Godfrey has been o great success! We wish to show our gratitude to you—our customer* -by throwing a big month long lot Anniversary Celebration, . .now through September 2, Free Prize Every Week! No Purchase Necessary, THIS WEEK'S PRIZE ... REGISTER NOW THROUGH SATURDAY, AUG. 10 Philco 9Jransistor Radio! AM-FM PORTABLE! $89.95 VALUE! DRAWING AUG. 10—8 P.M. You must be 18 or over to win. No employes or tholr families 01 aup- pliers are eligible. Self-Service DRIVE-IN ZTOS^GODFREY ROAD * Open Daily ll1.rn.-li p.m. • Frl. & Sat. 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Biedermans Low Price On 2 Door General New Young American Club Seeks Members The 20-member Alton chapter of Young Americans for Freedom is still looking for more members and would like to interest more area young people into its ranks. Dennis Hamby, 18, a member of the group said people between the ages of 16 to 20 are invited to the meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday to learn more about the organization. The Alton chapter, which is only about a month old, meets twice a month and tries to interest people in learning more about politics. Hamby said the group is not aligned with any political party but does tend to follow the conservative lines. Greg Hacke, a 17-year-old Alton High School senior, is president of the organization. John Boland is adviser. The next meeting will be held at the home of % Miss Sharon Calame, located on Florida Street in Godfrey. YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN TARLIGHT ?! COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 NOW Thru TUES, SUPER TECHNIRAMA* TECHNICOLOR* KoftAROBSON • JOHN IRELAND • HARRY ANDREWS • LEO GENN • ROBERT HEIPMANN • KURT KASZNAR .PAUL LUKAS • ELIZABETH SELLARS • JACQUES SERNAS • JEROME THOR-wtrr'DIMITRI TIOMKIN Presented at 8 P.M. Only — Both Theatres •ADDED ENJOYMENT, (*,*fM-fmu .uiiuw *-iiiAiii.^ j-—~"—' "FABULOUS MEXICO" IN COLOR Special Popular Prices ... AauHslT25, Child BOo Matinees Sat. & Sun. 1 P.M. Comfortably COOL WILDEY Doors Open Friday 7 P.M. — Starts 7:80 FRIDAY Sal. & Sun. Open Friday 6:45 2 Great Hits! Walt Disney f*f ptttnts _£ ^^tf^^jj^fjf ™^^*^^%^l^ Sam TECHNICOLOR* «*•»«« Sliown 8:00 At Their Funniest. . .Gieat fun/ BOB HOPE-LUCILLE BALI, PANTS" * in Color Cartoons—FREE pluygrouupVChiWren Admitted Biedermdns Price $239 Less $40 Trade-in .. . You Pay Only , . . 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