Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 15, 1963 · Page 14
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August 15, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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ALTON EVENING ift rniOk em by the Chinese crisis SUM fft BOMlNGO-the bo rhlnicftil Mfepublic IS botrbwlfv $5 million in Alliance For Prog ress funds. um [AMERtCAl APR I 'WY ISIS H II I TR 6 9f>36 '• NOW thru tUES. • 010 STiOUIS RO U *• * NOW fhm TUES. * DEBBIE REYNOLDS OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK BOTH 55 DAYS THAT STUNNED THE WORLD! Open 7p.m. THEATRES 1 „ •JTV"^"'^ HESTON • GARDNER • NIVEN • starts i TONITE LAST TIMES 55 DAYS AT PEKING "55 DAYS" at 8 p.m. Comfortably COOT WILDEY Both Theatres Open Friday <i:30 STARTS FRIDAY! Features at 7:10, 9:10 FRaNKSiNaTRa Come BLOW YOUR HORN hell you, chum... laughs I •••GIRLS FT ISIPURE ESCAPISM- WHEN f HtP MV KID BROTHER TO THE FACTS OF BACHELOR LIFE MAMA DOESNT LIKE AND^^HH^ PAPA CALLS ME A BUM. UEST STARS INTRODUCINC LBEJ. MOLLY * BARBARA JIU. :GOBB-PICd-RUSH- STJOHN- BLOCKER- MX* -m -EXTRA! COLOR CARTOON "FISH AND SLIPS" ; FRIDAY SAT. AND SUNDAY THE FIRST JAMES BOND FILM ADVENTUREI Open Friday 6:46 2 EXCITING HITS TOGETHER! Scan Connery Ursula ' AnUress TECHNICOLOR* iiiniM tiw UNITCO 03 mm SHOWN 8:55 PLUS _ MOST EXCITING UNDERSEA BATTLE EVER FTLMED! EDWARD JUDD JAMES ROBERTSON JUSTICE LAURENCE PAYNE A UNIVERSAL RELEASE PLUS BUGS BUNNY CARTOON! SHOWN 7:25 Ifatith dARROLLTON - Johnny King 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs John king, will enter Shriher's Hospital in St. Louis Wednesday for examination in preparation for major surgery the following week Blood will be heeded for the child and persons willing to donate are asked to notify the patents, Mr. and Mrs. King. Cntnerer Reunion Sunday CARROLLTON - The annual -amerer Family Reunion will be held Sunday with a basket dinner at noon in the Carrollton city park. Cranes In Nursing Homo CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crane of this city, both of vhom have been in ill health tor several months, are now in nurs- ng homes. Crane, who fell some veeks ago and suffered a frac- ured vertebra, Is a patient in he Tower View Nursing Home n Carrollton and Mrs. Crane is ving at the Gibson Shelter Care Home in Jerseyvllle. BOGOTA — The Colombian government will set up a special department to deal with AW- nce For Progress matters. ROXANA. ILL. AIR-CONDITIONED TONIGHT—FRI.—SAT. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunday Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking Problems Ph. CL 1-6613 or CL 4-7271 TONIGHT-FRI.-SAT.-SUN. "DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES" Jack Lemon—Lee Remick— Charles Btckford Tonight-Friday-Saturday 9:05. Sunday 1:00-5:02-9:04 "The Ugly American" Color. Marlon Brando—Sandra Church — El.jl Okada. Tonight-Friday-Saturday 7:00. Sunday - 2:57 - 6:59 SELECTED SHORTS Family Prices Tonight All Seats 25c Tonight at 8:50 p.m. Edgar Allan Foe's "The Premature Burial" Tonight at 7:26 p.m. Marjorle Main, Percy Killbrlde, Donald O'Connor "FeudiiT, Fussin', FighhV " Tonight at 7 p.m. 4 Gala Cartoons FRI., SAT., SUN. Winner of Eight Academy Awards To kill a *9t Mockingbird -GREGORY PECK AnMMHttm Bnntwoi Ptotetiont hetei • A ipomau mug Fri., Sat. at 8:35 p.m. Willard Parker, Kent Taylor (Full Color) "Walk Tall" Frl., Sat. at 7:20 p.m. Short Subjects 7 p.m. CONTINUING OUR BIG FUN-FILLED FIRST ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION!! You May Win THIS WEEK'S PRIZE... PHILCO PORTABLE TV! HI $159.95 VALUE REGISTER NOW THROUGH SAT., AUG. IT p^**i . Our First Year here in Godfrey has been a great successl We wish to show our gratitude to you—our customers — by throwing a big month Jong 1st Anniversary Celebration.., new going on.. .through September 2, Free Prize Every Weekl No Purchase WATCH FOB WINNEH'S NAME W MONDAY'S PAWM You must be 18 or over to win. No employes oi their families or suppliers are eligible. Self-Service DRIVE-IN 112708 SQJDfRiY BOAP t Open PnUy U a.m.-U p.m. • Fri. & gat. U a.m.-J3 p.m. I « . \ ^»* '' .... —• Elgin to Be Site of New District Court CHICAGO (AP) - Justice Roy J. Solfisburg of the Illinois Supreme Court has announced the selection of Elgin as the site for the $2 million court house of the newly created Illinois 2nd Appellate Court District. SolHsburg, in announcing the selection Wednesday, said Elgin offered to donate the land for the court house and to build a civic center around it. Five other cities had sough! to be selected as the center of the 13-county district. They were De Kalb, Wheaton, Aurora, Belvl dere and Rock Falls. Creation of the appellate court district under the judicial amend' ment recently adopted to the Illinois Constitution necessitated the new court house. Third, Fourth Grades Moved at Woodrow Wilson HARTFORD — Because of the new t addition to Hartford Elementary School, making class room for more children, the third and fourth grades will be moved 'rom Woodrow Wilson School this 'all to the Hartford Elementary School. Miss Pauline Ross will again serve as principal of Hartford Elementary' and the only new eacher hired for Hartford is Mrs. Vlary J. Blodgett, who is replac- ng Mrs. Bettie Duncan. Teachers at Hartford Element- ary'and the grade each will teach s as follows: Miss Sophia Prager, Mrs. Delpha Ellis and Miss Reta Miles, first grades; Mrs. Susan Herrin and Mrs. Arlene More, second grades; Mrs. Ella Saxon and Mrs. Harriet Juhlin, third rades; Miss Dorothy Hart and Mrs. Mary Blodgett, the new eacher, as fourth grade. Orville Brunjes, assistant school uperintendent, has announced hat the new central library and all-purpose room which can be used as a huge storm.shelter, are completed and the classrooms and he rest of the new addition to lartford Elementary is scheduled o be ready by the time school begins on Aug. 30. Peoria Water CompanyPickets Halt Operations PEORIA, HI. (AP)-Seeking of arrest warrants by Peoria Water Works Co. officials has disbanded pickets who tied up the firm's fleet of maintenance trucks. As the company president, J.B. Murphy, was signing 16 "John and Jane Doe" warrants Wednesday, some 50 pickets were led away by John Gwynn, president of the Peoria branch of the NAACP. The pickets, many of them teenagers, arrived before working hours Wednesday and stretched out on the ground blocking the only two truck exits from Water Works Park—where the vehicles had been parked the night before when pickets kept them from the company garage. The 10 maintenance and service rucks were bottled up in the park all day, although one truck was allowed to leave when the pickets were told it had to make an emergency call. For 10 days pickets have demonstrated against the privately owned firm. They say the company has hiring practices which are discriminatory. The Water Works Co. says it lires any qualified person apply- ng for a job opening. No Negroes are among the nearly 100 persons employed. Your Favorite Family Drive-In To Activate Old Mason School the closing of the one-room Southbranch School three years ago Was to eliminate the last of the Alton School System's old- fashioned, clapboard schools, but co hie Sept. 4, the old Mason School In Godfrey will be pressed into service. The two-room, frame structure, built some 45 years ago and not used for classes In the past 10 years, will be repainted and remodeled and will have two teachers waiting for about 50 sixth grade students who live in the area around the school. Re-opened to reduce the class load at Godfrey and Gilson Brown schools, both overcrowded, the building will be used "until more adequate classrooms are built," the Alton Board of Education has said. Mason School was annexed to the Alton School System in 1952 and was used for classes in the two years that followed. After that the building was used for storage of school equipment, until two years ago when It was rented to Faith Community Church for Sunday services. Along with the repainting and remodeling, entrances will be made to each room from the outside, rest rooms will be added, desks and chairs will be moved in, the fence and yard will be repaired, and playground equipment will be provided. The school, which once accommodated eight grades, will now only take a portion of the one grade and will provide only temporary relief to a never-ending overcrowding of schools, the board has said. CarrMion CARROLLTON - Mr. a«d Mrs, Arthur Aull and family of Wash- ngton t).C. arrived Monday and are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Everett MehL Sister MaQL Samuel and S19- er Mary Celestlne have returned to Springfield after a few days Visit here, with Sister Mary Sam uel's parents, Mf, and -Mrs, Louis Becker. Sister Mary Samuel will teach at Mendota this year. . A special meeting of CarrolltoH Lodge No. 50 A.F, ft. A.M. be held Friday at t:30 p;hi In the Masonic Temple. Sister Mary Margaret and Sister Ann Reglna left Wednesday for O'Dell after spending a few ddys here with Sister, Mary Margaret's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Schrtelten. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wagner and daughter, Mrs. Andy Alba of Burbank, Calif., arrived today to spend two weeks at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Francis Geers. Miss Sherryl Trusty, who Is a student nurse at Passavant Hospital in Jacksonville is spending a vacation with her parents in Eldred. Mrs. Joseph L. Cunningham and To Nevada Aid Position CARSON CI1% Nev. (AP) ^ VV. CAhlll, #ho served 31 years with the tllinols Public Aid Commission, will become Nevada Welfare administrator Sept* 3. Cahill, whose appointment was announced Wednesday, \vlli succeed Barbara Coiighlin In the $i3,850-a-year position. Cahill, 54, resigned a $16,6§0-a- year job as executive secretary oi the Illinois -Public Aid Commission In August 1962 shortly after $ Virgil Martin, a Chicago businessman, resigned as chairman. They were at odds with Gov, Otto Kernel 1 over proposed cuts In welfare expenditures. ' Arnold Maremont, a Chicago industrialist, was appointed to succeed Martin and Harold 0. Swank of indianola, III., assistant executive secretary of IPAC for downstate, was named to succeed Cahill, who lived in Oark Park. The state senate withdrew approval of Mnremont's appointment and Daniel Walker, a Chicago lawyer, replaced him on an acting basis, the legislature then made the tPAC a cede ment and Swank wa* appointed Cahill started with 'the Illinois welfare agency in 1032 as an assistant department director. He Is a nationally known expert on welfare problems and Has written & number of books and pamphlets on the subject. • Be alert today, alive tomorrow. family will spend Friday and Saturday in Chicago visiting Miss Ann Cunningham who Is employed for the summer at the Illinois State Psychiatric Institute. FOSTER TOWNSHIP COMMUNITY CENTER HOMECOMING Spin 25c Cars - Tubs 15c Matinee Sat. - 1:30 to 4:00 P.M. Spin 15c Cars - Tubs lOc FBI, & SAL, AUGUST 16-17 AT FOSTERBURG SCHOOL Fosterburg Band Both Nights. Attendance Prizes — Chicken Supper Both Nights Hog Calling Contest — Saturday RINGS ENLARGED TO SHOW DETAIL • OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9:00 OPEN AN ACCOUNT Broadway A FiaM Downtown Alton Breaks The Portable TV Price Barrier! Own this 24-lb. LIGHTWEIGHT Sharp Picture 16" 'Portable TV It's powerful and performance perfect . . . makes the ideal first, second (and third) set! 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