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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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Bit* From NATIONAL WCATHER SERVICE, NOAA. U.S. Dipt, dt SO FigurM Show Low T«mp«ratur»* Exp*cl«ti Until Saturday Morning Indicated- Coniull Local Forecast National Weather Area tveather Area Weather — Partly cloudy with a chance of thundershowers today, tonight and Saturday. Turning cooler. High today in the mid to upper 80s. Low tonight in the low 60s. High Saturday in the mid to upper 70s. Extended forecast Fair Sunday and Monday, partly cloudy, chance of s h o w e - s Tuesday. Temperatures will average a little below seasonal normals. Highs mostly in the 70s north, 80s south Lows mostly in the 50s. Bell files for rate Idke in some services CHICAGO (AP) — An additional $3.3 million in revenue would be realized by Illinois Bell Telephone Co. from proposed higher monthly rates on several specialized private- line services. The proposals, filed with the Illinois Commerce Commission Thursday, are part of a $44.5 million over-all increase granted Aug. 11. The new rates cover off- premise extensions, data channels, some answering service, alarm service, metering service and teletypewriter circuits. New rales for intrastate telpak—a bulk long-distance service mainly used by business customers—and residence touch-tone already are in effect under the over-all increase, Bell said. Bell has filed suit in Circuit Court at Geneva to get the full $182-million a year increase it has sought for more than a year. The suit appeals the ICC's decision limiting Bell's increases to $44.5 million. Safety campaign The Belhalto Fire Department will sponsor a fire safety campaign at the annual Bethalto Homecoming this weekend. The firemen will demonstrate and sell a new compact fire extinguisher which is nontoxic and can foe used on any kind of fire. Cooler, drier air is forecast for most of the nation Friday. Warm weather is expected to continue for the Southeast and East. Showers are forecast for the Gulf coast states and rain for northeast coastal regions. (AP Wirephoto) Democrats' love feast at $50-per aids Dan Walker By MICHAEL ROBINSON CARBONDALE, 111. (AP) It was a Southern Illinois love feast. Dan Walker, who got the benefit of the ?50-a-plate fundraising dinner Thursday night, hailed master of ceremonies Clyde L. Choate as "a gireat fighter for all the people of Illinois." Roman Pucinski then said that Walker "shall issue a new era in American politics." "I, too, like Dan Walker, want people to believe," the congressman from Chicago and Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate told the 1,000 guests. Neil Hartigan, Walker's .running mate, said that his chief's candidacy offered the people of Illinois "only hard work and weariness." "But Dan has given more of himself in those areas than any other man in Illinois," Hartigan said. "Dan Walker will bring victory to the Democratic party in November." Hartigan, - a close ally of Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley, also said that his primary election rival for the lieutenant governor nomination, Mayor Neal Eckert, who was sitting nearby, "had represented Carbondale as well as any mayor in the state has represented his city." Walker, himself, helped to rid the atmosphere of some of the dissension that plagued the Democratic party in the state before and after the primary elections. A press release on his speech for the dinner quoted him as criticizing Republican Gov. Richard B. Ogilvie for not condemning members of his party who profited from race-track stock deals. But Walker, sitting next to House Minority Leader Choate, a holder of stock in tracks and trotting associations, refrained from making any such remarks. ANNUAL PSCNIC Rain or Shine ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH GRAFTON, ILLINOIS Labor Day Weekend Sat. Ev. & Sun. Sept. 2-3 Serving Fish on Saturday from 8:00 p.m. Family Style Beef anil thicken Dinners, Sun., II a.m.-5 p.m. Fish, Beef, Hamburger, BBQ Sandwiches In Evening Games — Refreshments — Fun Dancing Sunday Evening, BUI Roentz's Orchestra Bring the Family to play Open Daylight fo Dark TOWN AND COUNTRY LAKES 1 mile south of 140— Meudoiv- brook GOOD FOOD! Music By DAVID McKEE Sat. Night 5 pn»-l am PORT ROOM RESTAURANT FLAMINGO MOTEL SOt E. Brouciway .t. 462-06&. *************** NOW THRU SATURDAY ><. » PJII. TO 1 AJtI. "FIRE & ICE" FEATURING: DONNA ANNA 3214 E. BROADWAY — ALTON, ILL. TRY OUR DELICIOUS SERVING NIGHTLY 8:30 to 12:30 MID-TOWN mm ROOM 7th AND CENTRAL, ALTON, ILL FBI crime statistics questioned Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, September 1, 1972 A-9 WASHINGTON (AP) - The government Is conducting an In-depth survey of crime in American that may call Into question the accuracy of the long • established FBI crime statistics. The survey is being carried out .by the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration in eight cities: . Newark, N.J., Portland, Ore., Cleveland, St. Louis, Denver, Dallas, Baltimore and Atlanta. Census Bureau surveyors under contract to LEAA are interviewing 10,000 households in each city. Earl Gerson, a bureau official, said the purpose Is to get a victim's eye view of crime. So far, the interviews have disclosed a high proportion of victims who have not reported crimes against them to police. A probable result of the study will be to reflect higher crime rates than those reported by the FBI. The FBI's annual uniform crime reports, released last week and based on statistics provided by local police agencies, showed a 7 per cent increase in serious crimes last year, the smallest increase since 1965. Preliminary surveys at between $5 million and $10 already have been conducted million, 'by LEAA in San Jose, Calif., it will be extended to at and Dayton, Ohio. The one- least eight more cities next year cost of the study is put year. YOU'LL BE EATING OUT MORE OFTEN AFTER YOU TASTE OUR FRESH DELICIOUS SANDWICHES 3 Locations To Serve You Godfrey Road 466-3950 Milton Road 462-7855 7th & Central 462-9112 PICNIC IMMACULATE CONCEPTION PARISH West Alton, Mo. Highway 07 From Alton or St. Louis to Highway 94-1 Mile SUNDAY, SEPT. 3 Chicken and Beef Dinner Adults $2.00 Children $1.00 Family Style Carry-Out Service Rain or Shine Refreshments Entertainment *y SKAGGS STEAKHOUSE Route 143 — fxlwardsvllle Road, Wood River Dining Room Opens at 4 p.m. Dial 259-4B12 for Reservation ENTREES 1. Fried Jumbo Frog Legs with Tartar Sauce and Lemon Garnish 2.) Bavarian Hebarian Steak Marinated with Mushroom Cap Garnish 3.) Baked Chicken a la Hermitage en Wine Sauce 4.) Baked Pork Chop a la Creole with Rice Dressing FASHION SHOWS DURINO MONDAY LUNCH The above orders include soup, saJad, vegetable, potato, rolls and buttei. Sunday SMORGASBORD 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. * SIRLOIN TIPS & NOODLES BREADED PORK TENDERLOIN FRIED CHICKEN Wed. Thurs. Fri. & Sot. "THE CIRCUS" IITOX jflUIMOII DINING HOURS Till 10 P.M. Nightly Open All Afternoon Sunday Ever seen our menu? It's the most complete in town. Steaks & Chicken of course ... But also a variety of daily gourmet items. Also a nice variety ot vegetables, special salads and interesting appetizers. You don't have to eat the same old things when you dine at THE BEEF 'N' BIRD y- <t"V#)">"*>z»~~>ffp*»?x*: tM$#ti f GODFREY PHONE 466- FILM RATING GUIDE For Parents and Their Children GENERAL AUDIENCES All Ages Admitted VW<JJ(^* PARENTAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED Some Material May Not Ba Suitable For Pre-Teenager» RESTRICTED Under 17 requires accompanying Parent or Adult Guardian NO ONE UNDER 17 ADMITTED (Age limit may vary in certain area*) Prlnted as a public service by "• ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH HAVE YOU TRIED OUR DONUTS? VARIETIES • Sell-Service COFFEE BAR WE WELCOME ORDERS FOR PARTIES, BANQUETS, CHURCHES, ETC. OPEN: 6 A.M. T011 P.M. INCLUDING SUNDAYS I STATE &DELMAR NOW! Tonlte 7;10, 9:10 Matinees Sat, Sun., Mon. Comhmblg COOL GRAND Now you can see'The Graduate" again or for the first time. Dustin Hoffman • Anne Bancroft JOSEPH ELEVINE Katherine Ross MIKE NICHOLS-LAWRENCE TURMAN, 1 M IK* ACADEMY AWARD WINNER BEST DIRECTOR MIKE NICHOLS t«67 TECHNICOLOR' PANAV1SICW AnAvtoln _ ' AN AVCO EMBASSY FILM Sut, Sun, & Mon. at 1:10, 3:10, 5:10, 7:10, 9:10 THE GRMUHE Starts Tonite — Open 6:30 Clint Eastwood (PG) "Joe Kidd" 7:15 9:15 Sat. 1:15 3:15 7:15 9:15 Comfortably COOL WILDEY BETHALTO HOMECOMING +LABOR DAY WEEKEND* Fri.-SaL-Sim.-Mon., Sept. 1, 2, 3 & 4 • RIDES! • CONCESSIONS! • CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT! *************** FREE! FREE! FREE! Saturday Night! Free Admission Beverage . 5c Glass ROCK BAND MUSIC • FORKEYVILLE LOUNGE Village Cafe 2611 Coll«g« Av«., ' Upp»r Alton SAT. & SUN. SPECIAL STUFFED BAKED STEAK With Mushroom Gravy OR ifcuu^eiu*. CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS SUMMER HOURSi,' Mini-Grand Opening DELHI CLUB Located between Godfrey and Jerseyville at Delhi. Turn at McClusky Rd. COUNTRY AND WESTERN MUSIC FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 1st AND 2nd by the "LUCKEY TIMES" YOUR HOSTESS JO ANN RICKEY FOR RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL 1-885-900$ after 2 pjru RT. Hi, ROXANA 254-6746 IS ErOtn N ' G HUY AT 8:50 the Master of Shock... A Shocking Masterpiece! A deadly new twist from the original Hitchcock FREE PARKING; FAVEDIMAWAV cmur MICHTirAT7:0 OPEN 6:30-Shown 6:45 & 9:05 MID-AMERICA THEATRE! 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 his art is displayed in bravura style. —Judith Crist, 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, 'A Clockwork Orange,' is such a movie." -TIME I 3RD BIG WEEK! HAMLET KUBRICK'i ALTON'S FINEST! SUN. OPEN 1:30 P.M. Shown: 2:00, 4:25 6:45 & 9:10/ B«A»C/STARIIGHT DRIVE IN 1HEMRI 3500 COLLEGE AVE., ALTON 462-4921" NOW! __ . OPtN 7:00 STARTS DUSKI If you're looking for trouble he's JOE KIDD. -LINT EASTWOOD tggJTil JOE KIDPL Jesse James and Cole Younger's most daring bank robbery! 'THE GREAT NORTHFIEID, MINNESOTA RAID" PLUS 3RD BIG HIT TONIGHT, SAT. AND SUN. QNIVI "TWO-lANi BLACKTOP" (i> MID-AMERICA THEATRES OPEN 7 P.M.-START DUSK ¥*** BEL* AIR HWV664II1 TR.6-9636 From the Master of Shock... A Shocking Masterpiece! A deadly new twist from the original Hitchcock NOW Thru MS. BIG CHILLING SUSPENSE ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S "FRENZY" A UNIVERSAL RELEASE TECHNICOLOR* (R) —2ND TERROR— CLINT EASTWOOD Ml ...nil imitation to terror... ( No. 3 FRI. & SAT. "BURN" (R) OPEN 7 P.M.-START DUSK CAPRI 010 SMOUIS RD CL.4-2114 NOW Thru TUES. TOE LAST PICTURE SHOW ACADEMY AWARD Af.rvB, PETER BOGDANOV1CH EST SUPPORTING ACTOR WINNER BPCT -BEN JOHNSON F* 2 ^" BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS I -CLOR1SLEACHMAN / -2ND HIT- yjuji, Ja<*<|uHiiu k Susuitn s No. 3 FRI.. SAT. & SUN. "THE LAST REBE I

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