Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 16, 1963 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING Fmt)AY, AUGUST 16,1963 St, Mark's Sodkl Scheduled Members of SI. Mnrk's Methodist Church, 3500 McAHhur Blvd. will hold ah ice erenm social from 6 lo 9 p.in. tonight, it was announced to Hie Telegraph Thursday. Ice eraim, cake, pie and beverages will be served on the church lawn. SytidlciUril STOCKHOLM — A Swedish newspaper is running a daily diet menu guaranteed to help lady renders slim down by next Easier. J WE'RE ON OUR WAY ! TO HAVE PIZZA AT f WIGTOWN p DINING ROOM J; SERVING NIGHTLY -j 8:30 TO 12:30 K ^ | 7th & Central Alton, III. ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE 50% OFF LAST DAY SATURDAY, AUG. 24 ROXANA VARIETY 2nd & Central Rt. in—Roxana Can Be Made in Bethalto Unit HETI1ALTO — Payment of book fops in the Bethalto Community School Lhiit 8 cnn he made ncx \\-pck, Kormil L. Harden, superintendent, announced today. Harden said payments may he made in all five of the of tho listrict's school buildings any day next week from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Besides the hook fees, student insurance, which is S2 for kindergarten lo sixth grade and $2.50 for seventh through twelfth grade, may also be paid, Harden said. Attend Ball Gnrnp Thirty-five cubs and 5 den chiefs of Cub Pack 7 at Elm Street. Presbyterian Church concluded summer activities Wednesday 1 evening with a trip to the Cardinal-New York Mots game in Busch Stadium. ANNUAL FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER Saturday, Aug. 17 Sponsored by tho Brotherhood of Immanuel Church of Christ One Mile South of Huniel, 111. Serving from 3:00 p.m. until 0:00 p.m. Donation: Adults $1.50 Children 75c Don't Forge/ To Register for $1065.00 IN FREE PRIZES! You Could Be the Lucky Winner In our First Anniversary Celebration. See Thursday's Paper for Details. Woody's Self-Service DRIVE-IN GODFREY ROAD, GODFREY ALTON WOOD RIVER SPORTSMAN'S CLUB DANCE SAT., AUGUST 17 Music by WILL BLACK 9-1 a.m. Guest Must Be Accompanied by a Member COED CLUB CUE ROOM Introducing the first and only COED POCKET BILLIARD FACILITIES in the Alton-Wood River Area. We also feature the WOODEN NICKEL COIN CORNER handling the best in coins and coin supplies. 2518 College Avenue Upper Alton, Illinois Friday Evening TV Digest , . . (R) Denotes RUPEAt Program KTVI (AM)) 2, KA1OX (UBS) 4, KSl) (NIK!) 5, Kl»t,U 11 8:00-2 4 5 News 11 Three Stooges (R) K: 10— A 5 Weather b: 1^-2 City Camera A Weather 4 News- Unmklte 5 HunUey-iJrinkley IJ Rocky & His Friends 15:30—2 Cheyenne (R) 4 Rawhide (R) 5 International Showtihie (R) 11 People Are Funny 7:00—11 Best of Groucho (R) 7:30—2 Flintstones 4 Route 66 (R) 5 Sing With Mitch (R) 9 P.S. 4 11 High Road to Danger 8:00—2 I'm Dickons 9 What's New? 11 1 Search 'or Adventure 8:30—2 77 Sunset Strip -1 Alfred Hitchcock (R) 5 Price Is Right 9 Book House 11 Jeff's Collie (R) 8:45—9 Book Review 0:00—5 Special — International Beauty Spectacular from Long Beach, Calif. 9 Man of Iran 11 Movie — "T-Men" (19481 Dennis O'Keefe, June Lockhart 9:30—2 The Third Man •I Portrait 10:00—'I 5 News 10:10—4 5 Weather 10:15—5 Johnny Carson 10:30—4 Movie — "Passage lo Marseille" (1944) Humphrey Bogart, Claude Rains, Petei Lorre 11:00—11 Movie "North to Klondike" (1942) Ande Devine, Broderick Crawford, Evelyn Ankers 11:45-2 Movie - "Chained Lightning" (1950) Humphrey Bogart, James Brown, Eleanoi Parker 12:00—2 Sieve Allen 4 Movie — "You and Me" (1938) George Raft, Robert Cummings, Sylvia Sidney 12:30—5 11 News 12:35—5 Almanac 12:40—5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion 1:30—2 News & Sports 1:35—2 Mahalia Jackson 2:20—4 News ft Religion Saturday Daytime., Aug. 17 .5:45—4 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News 0:00—4 Town and Country o:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Landscaping Your Home 5 Modern Farming 7:30—4 Cartoon Corner 5 Ruff 'n Reddv 7:45—2 Mahalia Jacl:son 7:50—2 Farm Report 7:55—2 News Break 8:00—2 Spotlight on KETC 4 Capt. Kangaroo 5 Corky the Clown 4 Friendship Show 5 Lone Ranger (R) 9:00—2 Crusader Rabbit 4 Alvin 5 Shari Lewis 9:30—2 Casper & Co. 4 Might Mouse (R) 5 King Leonardo 0:00—2 Cartoonies 4 Rin Tin Tin (R) 5 Fury 0:30—2 Beany & Cecil 4 Roy Rogers (R) 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 11:00—2 Bugs Bunny 4 Sky King (R) 5 Mr. Wizard 11:30—2 Allakazam - DANCE Sat., August 17 9 p.m.-l a.m. Music by Three Hits & A Miss Members and Guests Welcome ALTON MOOSE LODGE No. 951 Completely Air Conditioned 3821 College Alton Noon-2 My Friend Flicka (R) '1 American Medical Theater 5 St. Louis Hop 11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Brave Eagle (R) <1 Communism: Myth vs. Reality 11 Education 4 American Musical Theater 1:00—2 Highway Patrol (R) 4 Space: The New Ocean 11 Newsreels 5 Top Star Bowling 1:30—2 Waterfront (R) 4 Ch. 4 Views the Press 11 Foreign Legionaire 1:45—4 News: Carmichael 2:00—2 Peter Gunn (R) 4 Freedom on Trial 5 Adventures in Sherwood Forest 11 Suspense Theater 2:30—2 Movie — "Man of Conquest" (1939) Richard Dix, Joan Fontaine 4 Challenge 5 Hopalong Cassidy 3:00—4 Close-Up 3:15—11 Movie — "See Fri., 11:00 p.m., Ch. 11 3:30—4 Repertoire Workshop 5 Movie — "They All Kissed the Bride" (1942) Joan Crawford, Roland Young, Melvyn Douglas 4:00—2 Wide World of Sports 4 SS Popeye 4:05—5 Hopalong Cassidy 5 Scoreboard, J. Gross 4:30—4 Movie — "Castle on the Hudson" (1940) John Garfield, Ann Sheridan, Pat O'Brien 4:45—5 Hopalong Cassidy (R) 11 Shirley Temple Theater 5:00—2 Strike It Lucky 5 Wrestling Thieves Take Crocs MANCHESTER — An English truck driver has reported the theft of 17 stuffed alligators from the back of his delivery van. Cash On Hand SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY EAT HERE OR CARRY OUT! { FRIED CHICKEN Now Only $-1 09 1 CRISP! DELICIOUS! PIZZA LARGE SIZE! Sausage, Mush- Reg. $ j room, Pepperoni, Hamburger... 1.60 I * S 2518 State St. Phone HO 5-9796 h} THRU AUG. 18th SPRINGFIELD TOMORROW AUTO RACE DAY • And)' Griffith Show — with "Opie", the Modernniros, Sutton Dancers and mdre. • Thrilling Auto Haees. • Western Morse Show. • Kimn-u-rama Show. • 30,000 Free Kxhibits. FREE GATE AFTER 5 P.M. ;;••••••••••••••• •••••••••••• CLIP THIS COUPONanKB»•«!•• •••••••••••••••••% O a. O u X a. COLONEL HARLAND D. SANDERS' "BONUS BUCK Good For ONE DOUAR) Toward Pwrchaw Of One "FAMILY SIZE "KENTUCKY '. FRIED CHICKEN? 15 Pieces Chicken, Pin! Gruvy, 0 Rolls REG. $3.50 BUCKET Redeemable Only V I Fri-Sat-Mon-fue-Wed 1 Aug. 16.17-19-20.21 One bucket par cujtomer, and only one "Bonw$ Bw«k" a«»pi«d PIV ooch bucket, Offer limited to datm hereon pnd moy be withdrawn without noti?», v ^ •• Not Oood On Sunday ;{ (Void if altered in otty way) ONLY S2.50 WITH THIS COUPON t/t 8 I Vaughn on Rise in New Show lly CYNtfllA At' Trtavtlotl-ttAdlo' HOLLYWOOD (AP)-You may not, at the moment, know Robert Vaughn by name, but if you watch more television his face is familiar. And this is precisely why we'll soon be seeing Vaughn playing a Maririe Corps captain in NBC's new "Lieutenant" series. Vaughn, a good-looking dark- haired character actor of 31, does particularly scary villains. They are usually the well-dressed, well- mannered, chilly kind. But not for the next season, at least. "It's that Image thing," Vaughn explained. "I'm going lo try to get an association of the face with the name." The actor has been much in demand as a guest performre—one of the lucky ones who each year makes a profitable circuit around a dozen or so scries, doing one role in each. But even I his steady employment, he feels, has some disadvantages because he almost invariably plays an unsympathetic character. "You're opposing the contin uing characters," he continued, "so usually a guest star is the antagonist and in conflict with the heroes." Financially, of course, he'll also do better. Vaughn expects to appear in all 36 episodes of "The Lieutenant," exactly four times as many shows as his yearly average, with a fourfold increase in income. Vaughn's character, an older career officer in the peacetime Marine Corps, was added permanently to the series after he ap peared as a guest star in the jilot film. Gary Lockwood plays :he lille role. "The Lieutenant" is NBC's new early Saturday evening entry. Bui it may take more than a anding party of Marines to get that situation well in hand. The 7:30-8:30 time spot has been securely held by CBS over the years—first with "Perry Mason" and recently by Jackie Gleason. The rarest bird of summer television, a brand new program, ,vill turn up on NBC Aug. 22. It's a news special called "The Voice of the Desert," based on Joseph Wood Krutch's books. Krutch, an author, critic and naturalist, will read excerpts from his writings, while the color cameras will show scenes of desert beauty. Providence Church Plans Homecoming CARROLLTON - The annual homecoming of members, former members and friends of Providence Baptist Church east of Carrollton will be Sunday at Linder Town hall. A basket dinner vill be served at noon. HELSINKI — A slight slowdown is expected this year in the amazing Finnish economic )oom. DANCE Sat. Nite, Aug. 17 (Upstairs) PAUL FRY Sun. Nite, Aug. 18 NICK KUSMANHOFF JERSEY VSLLE MOOSE 695 Members and Their Guests AIR CONDITIONED iet Cooperation In Treaty Unprecedented By Associated Press News Ahfllysi WASHINGTON (AP)-The Kennedy administration is doing an astonishing jol>—without any complaint from ftussia—of telling the world the United States is far more powerful than the Soviets. Top men in the administration, in testimony before Senate committees considering the limited nuclear 'test ban treay, have proclaimed one after another American nuclear superiority. And not a word from Premier Khrushchev. From, Geneva. The Associated Press reported that diplomatic sources said Russia last week promised this country it would not try to exploit in any way Senate debate over approval of the treaty. This kind of Russian cooperation, to get American approval of a treaty which Russia wants as much as the Kennedy administration, is probably unprecedented, at least In recent history. Russian agreement to the treaty is even more unusual—if it, too, thinks the United States has such superiority—since the treaty, by banning all tests except underground, makes Russian efforts to catch up more difficult. Together the Senate hearings and debate will take perhaps a month or more. That's a long time for Khrushchev to keep quiet wliile the Unnited States goes unchallenged in telling the world Russia is second-best. This silence can hardly last forever and probably won't any longer than it takes the Senate to give its approval. Russia might make that approval much more doubtful if it began shouting counterclaims now. Secretary of Stale Dean Rusk, for instance, said this country has held communism in check 18 years by the "deterrent force of our massive military strength." And he added: "We shall maintain that overwhelming strength until we are certain that freedom can be assured by other means." And even though Rusk played badminton with Khrushchev last week, he didn't hesitate to express less than complete confidence Khrushchev wouldnt' cheat on the treaty. He said he couldn't guarantee it wouldn't happen. Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara was even more emphatic. He said flatly American nuclear forces "are manifestly superior." He assured his listeners this superiority would be prolonged rather than diminished by the treaty. Even in testing underground, the only kind the treaty permits and the kind President Kennedy laid this country will definitely continue, McNamara said this country "has had substantially more experience." Therefore, he said, the agreement would "at least retard Soviet progress and prolong the duration of our technological superiority." He went even further. He expressed the opinion that the increase in American superiority over th 4 e last four years probably made the Soviet Union decide to agree to the test ban. Next came Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, to say these top military men consider the United States "clearly ahead" of the Soviets "in the ability to wage strategic war" and that it is probably ahead "in the ability to wage tactical war." Under the combined testimony of these three men any opposition left in the Senate seemed badly melted. The three didn't say they had compared notes before testifying. But Sen. Richard B. Russell, D- Gn., thought it odd that all three expressed fear that "euphoria" In the West over the treaty might reduce Its vigilance. Tile dictionary defines euphoria as a "feeling of well-being or elation, specially one that is groundless." Yet, nothing could do more to give the West a feeling of eld- tion than the testimony of Rusk, McNamara and Taylor about American superiority. Russell said he Was "consumed with curiosity" about how the, Word got Into the testimony of all three men but he said "It's firmly established now" and "we'll have euphoria all around us." Petit Jurors Appointed In Macoupin CARLINVILLE - Petit jurors have been chosen to report at 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 9, in Macoupin County Circuit Court. They arc as follows: Mary Elliott of Bunker Hill; Barney Ellena and Anna Aslexan- der, both of Wilsonville; Donald Willhoit of Rte. 1 Staunton; Julia B. Konneker of Rle. 3 Carlinville; Glen R. Orr and Eunice Greenwait, both of Girard; Alta I. Cunningham and Joe Alward, both of Medora; Joseph W. Formea of Rle. 1 Palmyra; Dennis Grady of Girard; Ralph Carter, Ronald Duncan and Darrell Cox, all of Palmyra; Nora Brooks of Modesto. Nelson Morris of Rte. 1 Carlinville; Oren V. Butler and Elizabeth A. Redfern, both of Scottville; Elizabeth Wasylenko and Mary Klobnak," both of Benld; Mary E. Wilson and Mary Bertetti, both of Gillespie; Barbara Agnes Grabner of Benld; Mrs. Helen Duvall, Barbtra Morgitch, Mrs. Edna Lucille Boston and Mrs. Olga Doehler, all of Mount Olive; Mary Wright, Dorolhy Wieseman and Helen F. Teakert, all of Bunker Hill; Shirley Newby, Rozella Wichman, Mildred Dufner, Marlha Gray all of Carlinville; Iva McMillan of Mount Clare; Eleanor Collins, James Gray, Clara Grouser, all of Gillespie; Doris Frank, Eileen Frioli, Mary Kalika, Tom Hill, Patricia Ann Finnegan and Henry W. Fleming, all of Staunton. DINING ROOM SPECIAL! " ALL THE CHICKEN YOU CAN EAT PLUS: MASHED POTATOES Si GRAVr HOT ROILS & BUTTER COLE SLAW S BEVERAGE ONU 1.60 aOOP QN SUNDAY FIR PERSON •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••II PANCAKE HOUSE 3030 GODFREY ROAD PHONE 466-0201 OJ'JJN DAILY 'Tlfc H l'.&!.-~FRI. »n4 SAT. 'Til* 9 A.M. TONITE Thru TUES. BEL^AIR HWY.66&I11 TR. 6-9636 Open 7:00 3 BIG HITS! JOHN ^JOHM FOi DON6V/VNS •iNO HIT REYNOLDS WEEKEND ~wi SHIRLEY EATON BOB MONKHOUSE LESLIE PHILLIPS A OOLUMUIA PICTUKE TO NIT K Thru TUKS. CAPRI 010 St IOUI5 HD CL .4 2U4 Opuu 7:00 »3 BIG HITS! HILARIOUSLY HEAHTWAHMINGI SWriey JONES tWHCTM^ .-.JCraHBE ROB£RrA&(£»VOQO 3IU) HIT ACTION! THRILLS! COLOR! The management of Meramec laverns in Stanton, Mo., has hired dozens of college boys to drive the bats from the caves and then put up a'screen to keep them out. They're calling it "Operation Corn-bat." Tonight, Sat., Sun. Winner of Eight Academy Awards Tokilla^W Mockingbird GREGORY PECK flu*, Tonight, Sat, at 8:25 p.m. Willnrd Parker, Kent Taylor (Full Color) "Walk Tall" Tonight, Sat. at 7:20 p.m. Short Subjects 7 p.m. Jersey Girl Gets Degree In Nursing — A former Jerseyville resident, Miss Susan K. Parker, graduated Aug. 11 from the Jewish Hospital School of Nursing in St. Louis. She is the daughter of Mrs, Zlgmnn Thomas ot Mexico, Mo., who formerly resided in Jerseyville, She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bright of this city and n slsfer 6f Mrs. Dunne Sittlms arid a niece of Mrs. Francis E.' Worthey of Jerscyville. Miss Parker was, one of a class of 63 to graduate from the school of nursing Sunday. She will be employed at Audrain County Hospital In Mexico, Mo. She is the third hicmber of her family to be graduated from tho Jewish School of Nursing. The previous graduates are Mrs. Lewis (Jerry) Hizer of St. Louis and Mrs. Robert (Patsy) Light of Boone, N.C. Be alert today, alive tomorrow. TONiGtft— SAT, Continuous from 1 t».ttt» Siiudivy Oolitittiirnis from 1 p.m. fto t'lifklnc t'rolilehts I'll. CL 1-milS or CL "DAYS OF WINE AND ROSES" .lack Leition— Lnn Kemlck Cltitrles ttlcltford OtOfi. Sunday 1:00-8 102-OlO-i "The Ugly American" Color, Marlon Brando— Sniinra Cliurt'li — El.|l Okudtt. Tontehl-Snturduy 7100. Sunday • 2:57 • 0:80 SlflUOCTED SHOUTS YOUR .FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN NQW Thru Tues. TARLIGHT ?5S ' COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 PARAMOUNT PICTURES presets Please do not reveal the middle of this picture! LEWISES PROFESSOR' JN TECHNICOLOR What does he become? What kind of monster? ! ND HIT fpOlURPHY-lii "SHOWDOWN"! Owl Show TONITE & SAT. "TROUBLE AT 16" Color Cartoons — Free Playground — Children Admitted FREE Open Tonite 0:45 TOWTE Sat. & Sun Mat. Sat. 13:30 2 Exciting Hits Together meet JAMES BOND the most ' gentleman spy f in all IAN FLEMING'S Dr.Mo iv $\ m TECHNICOLOR" Rilened thru urmtoE] ARTISTS Seiui C'oniterly, Ursiilu Andress, .Joseph Wiseman, Jaclc Lord 2ND HIT Tonite 8;5S—-Sitt. 2:15. 5;-l5 !):3() Tho Most Exciting Undersell ISattlo Evct Filmed. EDWARD JUDD JAMES ROBERTSON JUSTICE LAURENCE PAYNE ' TONITE 7:25 — SAT 32:45 '1:15 7:50 EXTRA: Bugs Bunny Cartoon "Hot Cross Bunny" I tell you, chum A mama and papa it is EXTRA CARTOON FR3NK CoimBiow YOUR HORN *—-Ltf J. MOLLY COBB-PICOli TECHNICOLOR'it isl '8LQCKIR-MG6UIRE Regular Prices Tonight Grqnd & Wildey 7:10, 9!lQ~Grar,d Sat & Sim. 1:00, 3:00, 5:05, 7:10, 9:20

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