Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 25, 1972 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, August 25, 1972
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B-12 Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, August 2,\ 1SI72 D*» from NATIONAL WtATHt* tMV/Cf, SO NOAA. U.S. Otpt. tt FORLCAST fifIHM Stow Uw T>mp«»tur»i bp*ct*fl U*HI Saturdoy Teens say . . . Liquor /easy to get' in Calhoun IIAKDIN - Statements from 12 teenagers arrested in thr counly over the last three weeks of charges of illegal possession of liquor indicate that some of the tavern employes made absolutely no effort to check identification cards of persons seeking to purchase liquor. One of the youths told authorities that since he was 14-years-olcl Ihe only identification he needed to buy liquor was a piece of paper which had either a picture of Washington or of Lincoln on it. Ten of the teenagers arrested have given statements to authorities which have led to the filing of charges against two bartenders and the owner of one tavern. Carl Wittmond, prominent Calhoun County Democrat, and former state representative, as well as one of his employes at his hotel in Brussels, pleaded innocent to charges of delivering liquor to a minor in circuit court Monday with a jury trial set for Sept. Jl. Statements by the two remaining teenagers arrested have yielded information as to where they purchase the liquor but they have thus far been unable to make positive identification of the person who sold ot delivered the liquor to them. The Liquor Control Commission which has jurisdiction in issuing the licenses of taverns involved have been furnished with copies of the teenagers' statements to police so that any action deemed necessary by the respective liquor licensing bodies may be taken. National Weather South Roxrum OKs tax levy The South Roxana village board levied $184,240 in taxes Thursday night which will be the residents portion of maintaining village operation during the next year. The two largest levies were $13,882 for general corporate purposes and a special levy of $113,661, board officials said. In other action, the board was told its financial operations were "conforming with accepted principles," following a report on the village's annual audit which was presented by a representative of the R. C. Scheffel & Co. public accountants of Alton. The assessed valuation of ttie village was placed at $3,640,885. Demoted and fined TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Officials at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base have announced that two airmen who spent six hours on a base water tower last week in an effort to be released from the military, have been demoted and fined a month's pay. Michael Bradley, of Wildwood, 111., and Gary Johnston, of Bristol, Conn., were demoted one rank and were ordered back to work and restricted to base for 60 days. Officials did not comment Wednesday on a psychiatric evaluation which had been promised the men by the base psychiatrist who talked them down from the 102-foot level of the 150-foot tower. Showers arc forecast Frirta> lor parls of the Southwest and much of the East. Warm, humid weather 5s expected to continue in (he East with cooler weather for Hie central and western areas. (AP Wircphoto) Area iveather Showers and thunderstorms' likely today and tonight. Highs today SO to 85. Lows tonight. 65 to 70. Saturday showers ending tlie high 75 to 80. Extended forecast Mostly cloudy, not much •change in temperatures Sunday through Tuesday. Chance of showers Sunday or Monday. Lows mostly in the 60s, highs generally in the lower 80s. Girl hurt in mini-bike accident A 19-year-old East Alton girl suffered a broken collar bone and Uiumb in a mini- bike accident on Main Street in East Alton Thursday night. Sally Linkogle. 131 Henry, suffered the injuries to her right side as she left the parking lot of the East Alton Dairy on a borrowed minibike, hit a ditch and overturned. The bike was owned by Dwayne Stark, 501 Oak, East Alton. She is the daughter of village board member William Linkogle. ARCS DANCE Friday, Aug. 25th 8:30 P.M.. 11:30 P.M. FEATURING ZEBULON PIKE WANTED 8 HOMES THAT NEED PAINTING ALTON, ILL. — IfllRlit lininc owners In this Kcncrnl nren will ho Riven the opportunity of having the new Saw-Kerf Super Steel Siding by TJn'te'.l Stales Steel npplied to their homes with optional decorative worlt at a very low cost. This amazing new product Itiis captured the interest of home owners throughout the United States who lire fed up with constant painting mid other maintenance ecists. It can last for 30 years and provides full insulation summer and winter, as well ;is firo protection. Our new product can ho used over every type of home, including frame, concrete (dock, stucco, etc. It comes in 7 colors and is now going to he introduced to the Alton market. Your home can he a show plare in your vicinity and we will make it worrh your while if we can UNO your home. For appointment please write (including name, address and phono number) to J a c k Johnson, II West Third St., Alton, 111., 02002, or call 462-8775. Our representative will call on you without obligation. PICNIC IMMACULATE CONCEPTION PARISH West Alton, Me. Highway 67 From Alton or St. Lout* to Highway 91 - 1 Mile SUNDAY, SEPT. 3 Chicken and Beef Dinner Adults $2.00 Children $1.00 Family Style Carry-Out Service tiin or Sliinc Hrfrpsliiiiont.s Entertainment SKAGGS STEAKHOUSE Route J48 — EclwnrdsvHle Road, Wood Rivnr Dining Room Opens at 4 p.m. Dial 259-4612 for Reservation ENTREES 1.) Fried Jumbo Oysters with Tartar Sauce and Lemon Garnish 2.) Baked Chicken Breast in Supreme Sauce with Celery Dressing 3.) Stuffed Filet Mignon with Crabmeat Dressing and Mushroom Cap 4.) Roast Loin of Pork Demi Glasse with Dressing FASHION SHOWS DURING MONDAY LUNCH The above orders include soup, salad, vegetable, potato, rolls and buffer. MUSIC NIGHTLY! DAVID McKEE Saturday Night 5 PtMf • I AiMi PORT ROOM RESTAURANT FLAMINGO MOTEL Ilrcmclunv 4R!-niit'! ***** OUR DELICIOUS ID-AMERICA THEATRE OUR MENU! . s SURE TO PLEASE EVERYONE ... 3 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU Godfrey Read 466-3950 Milton Road 462-7855 7th & Central 462-9112 Sunday SMORGASBORD 11:80 a.m.-2:30 p.m. * TURKEY & DRESSING MEAT LOAF FRIED CHICKEN Wed. Thurs. Fri. & Sat. "THE CIRCUS" FILM RATING GUIDE For Parents and Their Children [PG GENERAL AUDIENCES AH Ages Admitttri <£&> PARENTAl GUIDANCE SUGGESTED Some Material May Not B« Suitabl* For Prs-TMnsgert RESTRICTED Under 17 requires accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian ••«••••• •M*»*»«t»««**»< »»••«•••••••«*•••••••••* tilt NO ONE UNDER 1? ADMITTED (Age limit my vary in ctrtaio mtt Printed as a public service by ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! *#!.* ( V illage Cafe 2611 College Ave., Upper Alton SAT. & SUN. SPECIAL CHOPPED BEEF STEAK With Mushroom Gravy OR CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS Beulah Zlrkelback, Mgr. SUMMER HOURS: 5 . am to a p.m. livery Day • • • ALTON DRAGWAY You A Super DOUBLE HEADER PROGRAM *•¥••**•¥•*•¥•* •¥••¥• ¥ •¥•-¥••¥••¥• • NOW THRU SATURDAY 9 P.M. TO 1 A.M. "CAROUSEL" * • J THE RED GARTER JfeJ * ^f 3214 E. BROADWAY — ALTON, ILL ^10511^ jL *************** OPEN 12:30 NOW! THEATRES MRTWEES 2 DISNEY HITS! CtuftmAI} COOL GRAND Comfortably COOL WILDEY Two runaways and a guardian lion, IBSflNTNtWIIKUKSSl — AT— £ 2:40 ^ 6:00 /J 9:15 ^ WALT DISNEY productions' *®»m TECHNICOLOR* fceastd by BIKNtVtSU DGIRI8UIION CO. INC. ©872 Wall ftsrey Mcfonc PLUS WALT DISNEY production*' "BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE * *' See the 1972 World's Champion Funny Car Whipple and McCulloch with his 223 m.p.h. 2,000 h.p. "Revellu- tion" as he takes on the "King of Fireburnouts" . . . jungle Jim Liberman, as he makes his first Midwest appearance with his new Vega funny car. WEDNESDAY THRU SUNDAY THE SAMMY SHOW From - Lodge of the 4 Seasons - Tan Tara -'Steeple Chase - Mr. Yac's, Etc. in the HOOJM BOWL HAVEN HUMBERT ROAD T NEXT: The wildest machines in drag racing set their tires on fire as we present Double A Fuel Altereds, including the "Altered Ego" from Detroit, Michigan — winner of the 1972 Popular Hot Redding Meet. • HOT ROD • STREET • TOP STOCKERS • • COMPETITION CARS • 222 MPH, 6-SECOND FUNNY CARS • OUT-OF-SIGHT DOUBLE A FUEL ALTEREDS • • FIRE BURNOUTS • it all happens ilii* Saturday ut ALTON DRAGWAY Free Parking—Children Under 12 FREE Time Trials Begin At 4:30 Fire Burnouts And First Run Of Funny Cars At 8:30 Located one mile North of Rt. 140 on Fosterburg Road. "Alton Diagway — Home Ot The U.D.R.A. Points Finals" Kurt Russell Joe Flyun Shown 1:00 4:20 7:35 IMID-AMERICA THEATRES Open 7 I'.M.-S.H,.,. Du.k N Q W Thr|J flff^ ADULT WESTERNS "WOW! A HWY 66 & I I I Ik 6 V636 WESTERN. VERY BLOODY!' NO. 2 r .FAYEDUNAWAY H0 . 3 FR |. & S AT. "•t^t^ff MICK1AKGER (R) "NED KELLY" Open CAPRI l 0 it lOlm HO Cl-1 2114 NOW Thru TUES. IlifS Ail nil Prttgrum IT'S A FAMILY , JJtt AFFAIR! fcoiflfl 2ND ADULT FEATURE CHAINED UKE ANIMALS- treated Eke trash Leven the fiMi aid sweat coddjft staP *heir primitive cravings! NO. 3 FRI. & SAT. "WEEKEND WITH BABYSITTER' SERVING NIGHTLY 8:30 to 12:30 ID-TOWN DINING ROOM AND CENTRAL, ALTON, ILL. OPEN 6:30-Shown 6:45 & 9:05 ***** BEST PICTURE BEST DIRECTOR WINNER N.Y.FILM CRITICS AWARDS The best film of the year. It is in his total vision that Kubrick's mastery of every phase of Us art is displayed in bravura style. —Judith Cristi New York Magazine 'Some movies are so inventive and powerful that they can be viewed again and again and each time yield up fresh illuminations. Stanley Kubrick's, JA Clockwork Orange,' is such a movie." ; -TIME 2ND BIG j WEEK! VTAMUEY KUBRICKS ALTON'S FINEST! MADISON COUNTY'S H.\KST! B-A-C CINE SUN. OPEN 1:30 P.M. Shown: 2:00,4:25 6:45&9:10/ NOW! KlUMMIM 254-6746 FREE PARKING1 SPECIAL SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEE AT 1:30 LOSTIHTHE WILDERNESS! NIGHTLY AT 7:15 ONLY! Two young runaways and a guardian lion ...AH INCREDIBLE ADVMTUM! WALT DISNEY productions* and | t*LU* • I WIT DISNEY'S fHTUKTTE "BAMFOOTJXECUTIVI" >T 8:55 ONLY | B«A«C| 3500 COLLEGE AVE., ALTON 462-4921 OPEN 7:00 STARTS DUSKI Where "WILLARO" ended... And this time, he's not alone!

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