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ALTON BVKN1NQ TBLBORAPH Hartford School to Hare Open Hou$e, Science Fair HARTPORlV-Plnal plans fot| %pe* house" «« • Mtent* fair ?o be held In ran- JBnction with ft* SOtri MHitvei- •try o* the grade school WstrWt fl have hteA compWWl tnO *tll ft! at Woodfow Wilson School oti 1lMntajr, April U, Mm «:*> IB I p.m. Principal G*ne Nssh stated At Wood River Commencement WOOD RIVER—Ray Eltot, •*- ttMt «» www dawn-owns atj»n, lKm director of athtettos at BrightonChmrJi To Use School BRtOHTON - St. Paul's Meth-j odi«t Sunday School classes thatj ordinarily meet in the'church wfflj meet Sunday at West Grade | In Alton Area April 19 Nora Jo to Start Horseback Trip New York to California Saturday Ily MY MIUJ&R (*) Women'* fioltw NEW YORK <#» - "Ever gt?t Woodruw Wilson will have sx- hihitt Hi the rooms nnd that; all sclent* project* will be displayed in the school's gymnasium. There will also be a large mural at the science fair depicting the advances In science during the past 90 year*. Science pin* will be I'niversity of Illinois, has accepted an invitation to give tht commencement address at Wood River Community High School June T. A. Edson Smith ha* Announced. The custom ha* been to have to^rwTirsrVwnd^and" "third ! a s P pci "! ^T"!^ 0 *" 1 !" 1 _**** place winners in the science!^ projects and only the students of the fteventh and eighth grades will have their work .Indited. to have the graduates present the program the other three. However, this year the eti«- c nounced. The church building i» undrrgolns interior renovation. Methodist Youth Fellowship \vi« meet at 5:30 p.m. Sunday at me parsonage and a fellowship supper I* set for 6:30 p.m. at Wesley Center. At 7:30 p.m. Orvtlle Mowen*, Mncoupin County farm adviser, wfll show pictures Of Alaska at Wesley Center. Sunday morning at the Baptist Church the Rev tor, will speak Oh You." During the evening sen-ice j J"""' he will spenk <m "The Nature of 1 ' • God." M a climax to a youth! ***** ^ •*** »«Wng $20 week observance, young people of I "I™ '«** if It's that much. But the church will HI) many of the'"' W stop they re Irish grandmother asks earnestly. "Well, this trip is like that." And no Saturday, an hour he- fore dawn, Nora Jo O'Brien of Hollis, Long Wand, will start on a 73-day ride across the country mounted on her black thoroughbred. Ebony. Her objective: To call attention to abuse of horses especially when they're underfed, ridden with sad- j . tranquillzed in the show j and Incidentally, to gel in| some kind words about youns*-; Parents, friends and other in-! torn is being broken The dc-; Sumi!iV school and rhurrh offices r Ebony, and I eat very little terwted persons have been In-ic.s.on to ask Eliot to speak Slim);lv jPeopI* n » al ™« fhe vited to attend the "open house"|this year resulted from a feeT-j Sundav af 7 p . m . covenant Pres-! elubs celebration next week. The local schools will also. participate with other schools I Smith said, in the district on May 7 when ing that he could present aj hytprjan C1uirch wlll ^ a ^nd, challenge to the graduates. lf!0]or fBmstrlp "Security For HARTFORD— Ha rr y Smith,. \vooPRlVER-JudyShelton, president of the Methodist Men's | Wcxxl River High School stu- jSale". Wednesday night April 13, members will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Spa for a special discussion on "How To tiet More Out of Our Bible Reading ', led by the Rev. Robert Dunn. Club, has announced that a club breakfast meeting will be held Sunday at 7 a.m. Ptat Revival -The Rev Estel: Click, pa»tor of the General dent, was elected president of the Future Homemakers of 1 i America at the school for thei i 1961-62 school year. Other officers elected are: Baptist Church, has announced i p ema that a three-day revival will) lpam w|dt vicp presidenf . secretary; Di- begin tonight at the church, with the Rev. George Moore of Bethalto as speaker. Sessions are at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Glen Ether- idga win serve as pianist. Roxana District Vote Saturday ROXANA — The election for Roxana Community- Unit 1 school district will be Saturday from noon to 7 p.m. Polling places will _ _ be at the Rosewood School for re ~Vt~ration "will be held" Monday ana Smith, treasurer: Gertie Hnyn. historian; Alice Harmon, parliamentarian: Betty Hayn. recreational officer. Five other members of the organization are participating in the East Alton Cancer Drive. They are : Phyllis Johnaon, Wanda Goewey, Margaret Bilbruch, Karen Silver and Mary Jo Landreth. Registration Set In District 13 EAST ALTON — Kindergarten residents of Rosewood Heights: Brushy Grove School for residents of Wood River; Town and Country, Kendall Hill and Glendale Gardens: Burbank School for residents of Roxana and the South Roxana School for residents for all schools in District IS at the district office in the junior high school on Third street Children who will be 5 years old by Dec. 1. 1961. are eligible for registration. The child's birth certificate must be brought to the junior high school at the time ofj $82,000 Asked In Car Wreck EDWARDSV1LLE — A damage suit totaling SS2.000 as the result of an automobile accident on Oct. 6. 1959. on U. S. Bypass 66, one-half mile west of Rt, 67. was filed Thursday in circuit court. Defendant is Vemon Cluttz of Granite City. Plaintiffs are Lucy Meyer, Delores Hecht, Albert Hecht. Karen Hecht and Nancy Hecht. It is alleged that the defend* ant's car crashed Into the rear of the plaintiff's vehicle and all were injured, .A breakdown of the judgments demanded Is: Delores. $20,000; Lucy, $30,000; Albert, $15.000; Karen, $7,500; Nancy $7,500; and Albert is suing for an additional $2,000 because he allegedly will become liable for large sums of money for treatment of Karen and Nancy, residing at his home. have offered hospitality I believe everyone has a little of the pioneer spirit in them." Except maybe her husband. "He says. 'Just leave me out of it. 1 He doesn't approve and he thinks I'm crazy to try it. But he's actually a fine person." says I Jo. 1 Last January she started writ-j jlng chambers of commerce ami? j highway departments in a dozen i states for help in planning her ! Itinerary to bypass the big cities. , When the trail ends at Mill ! Valley. Calif., Jo hasn't the faintest idea how she'll get Ebony back East. "But I just feel people will help," she says. The 5-foot, 109-pound 40ish mother of two children does have HewtofGnrtnt Futures Drop Into Weakness CHICAGO (AP) - Tin train futures market dropptd into |W- mi wttMwn in the catty afternoon today after old crap soy beam had sold at their higfnM levels of the MBion in «arH« dealings on fl» Bwtfd of Trad«. Broken mid the declines, mostly mall, stemmed from liquidation for the weekend by many speculative dealer*. Carlot receipti today were estimated at: wheat no cart, own 231, oats a, rye none, barley 18, soybeans 13. CHICAGO (AP) - no wheat, oats or soybean sales. Corn No 2 yellow 1.08H: No 3 yellow 1.WK; No 5 yellow 1.0U4-02V4; sample grade yellow 98-99. Soybean oil 13%n. Barley: malHng choice 1.10- l.aOn; feed 93-1 .OOn. High I/iw Close close Eclwardaville Service Station Burglarized ON EVE OF TRIP Mrs. Nora Jo O'Brien of Hollis, N.Y., standing beside her black thoroughbred, Ebony, will leave New York early Saturday with Ebony on a 75-day ride across the country. The 5-foot, 109-ponnd 40ish mother of two children planned the trip to call attention to abuse of horses. (AP Wtrepnoto.) East Altonian Kne * olye » Man Fa " 9 Wheat May Jul Sep Dec. Mar Corn May Jul Sep DPC Mar j Oats | May jjul Sep Dec Rye May Jul ,Sep I Dec 1.99 1.97H 1.88% 1.87% 1.88 1.9tMi 1.88V6 1.91* 1.90*4 1.90% 1.91 1.97% 1.96% 1.96% 1.97 2.01% 2.00% 2.01 2.01 1.10% 1.09U 1.09% 1.10 1.14 1.13V* 1,13% 1.13% 1.16*4 1.1514 .5*4 .16 1.18 1.21% 1.21 .62 .64 .66% .70 Livestock Pftew At K<nt St. ttml* NATIONAL STOCKYARDi, HI. (AP) - (USDA)«4fcp K.MD; 14 186-330 lb barrows and gilts 18.00101 about 110 hud 1*8 SOD-flfl ID nrait ntiMd graft 1*3 AM 2-3 180-240 lb lf.7B-18.00; some mostly No S down to 17.80; 24 240400 lb 1T.SMB; mixed grade 140-170 lb 15.SO-17.90; few 17.79; 100.130 lb pigs ii.ot).ls.7B: 1-3 sows 400 lb down 18.99-17.00; over 400 lb 15.50-16.28, mostly 16.00 down; boars over 250 lb 12.50, few 12.79; light weights largely 13.90. cattle 800; calvei IN; good 1,103 lb slaughter steers 24.50; cows utility and commercial 16.50-18.00; high commercial and standard 18.50; canners and cutters 14.0017.00; utility and commercial bulls 18.00-20.00; good and choice veal- ers 24.00-30.00; few head 31.0032.00; standard and good 17.0024.00; good and choice slaughter cnlves 19.0-24.00. Sheep 125: good and choice wooled slaughter Iambs 16.5018.00; including half-deck 91 lb at 17.50; small lots choice and prime 18.50; utility and good 13.00-15.00; culls this week down to 10.00; cull to choice wooled slaughter ewes 6.00-8.00. tnartRt iwid t Uttli MgMf M Rnttl0 IkJWW Iflre uut flfWfTKXBl. Volume tor tht> day WRI «*H- .RS .69% 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations of 12 New York 1.18 1.17% Stock Exchange issues research 1.21 Hi 1.21% hns Indicated are widely held | In the Alton area, as supplied to .61 Vi the Alton Evening Telegraph by .63% Newhard, Cook & Co.. from its .68U .66V 2 Alton branch office. (The New .69% .69%{York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time*, so these 1.19'a 1.17% 1.17% 1.17'x 1.22^ 1.20% 1.20% 1.20-% 1.24'.& 1.22% 1.23 1.23 1.27H 1.25Mi 1.25% 1.25U one worry, though, and it's a typically feminine one. She's concerned about entering hotel dining rooms. "I'll only have riding clothes, you see. No dresses. I'm only taking breeches and a few wash and wear shirts in one of the two saddlebags." Jo, who came to this country from Cork. Ireland. 25 years ago, has been working closely with horses for a dozen years—at Belmont race track, as a stable manager, as a riding instructor in children's camps. In the Alton area Ebony will be stabled overnight at the Eaker farm at Carpenter. April 19 is the scheduled date. of Wanda and South Roxana. Three are to be elected for full three-year terms and one to one- year unexpired terms. Those run-j ning for the three-year term are! Three Arraigned in Delbert R. Coblne. Leto J. Metz.j David C. Lehwalder. Art Law-! Greene County Court rence. Harry Dale Johnson. H. T Nichols. Maurice S. Legate andj CARROLLTON — William Mor-int Buchanan and Schwnrz was re- Wayne Bridkewater. Hand of Roodhousp. James William IP 0 ?" 1 fo P° liCP Thursday. tern Stir" *-•— " :I - 1 proprietor told '• radiators in the house — tern-$ star . LONDON — Charges of nepotism against the Prime Minister were summed up by Hugh Gaitskell, M.P., with the remark: "The Prime Minister has staunch- EDWARDSVTLLfc -A burglary j ly refused to allow any discrim- at Johnny's Gulf Service Station j ina tion against his relatives." the fireplace, said steam I Edward Vchtman, 49, of Col-| Soybeans , linsville at 12:30 p.m. todayJMay 3.17 3.10 3.13143.12 .declined treatment at St. Jos-ijul EAST ALTON—Roy Martin, ; eph's Hospital after he collapsed Sep Found Injured 53, of 329 Elble St., was found |on the south sidewalk of Third Thursday at 10 a.m. In the parking ]ot of Dusty's Tavern, 121 E. St. Louis Ave.. with face injuries, police reported. Martin was taken to River Township Hospital where: street near State, Alton police Nov Jan 3.19U 3.13 3.16% 3.15 2.62% 2.58% 2.60Vi 2.61 2.44 2.42 2.4214 2.43K are not the closing quotations): AT&T 125%, Gen. Motors 47, Granite City Steel 42. Olm Math. Chem. 46%, Owens-Ill. 102'*. Shell OH 44%, Sinclair 44, Socony 45V S . Standard Oil (Ind.) 51%, Standard Oil (N.T) 49%, U. S. Steel 86%, Sears 58%. 2.48»i 2.4614 2.46% 2.47% a 'bad knee" that sometimes es way. i he was admitted for treatment i Godfrey Home Unit of abrasion of the cheek and ai laceration of the chin. Police said Martin was found in the parking lot by an area resident. A bus driver said he saw a man crawling in the tavern's parking lot earlier. Authorities were unable to deter- reported. They said he told Mar 2.51% 2.49% 2.50H, 2.50% them he fell because he has 1 Hartford Scouts to Collect Waste Paper HARTFORD—Boy Scouts of Troop 14, sponsored by the First Baptist Church, will have a pa- GODFREY — Godfrey unit ot | per drive Saturday, beginning at the Madison County Home Bu-|9 a.m. The scoutmaster, Sam To Meet Tuesday reau will meet in the town hall. Tuesday. 7:30 p.m. mine how Martin was injured. 1 Mrs. Elaine Wendler. county Ihome adviser, will present the major lesson, "Food Promotion." Mrs. Horace Napp will be the hostess. Largest city on the Mexican HAMEL—The Hamel Busy Bees j borderjs ElJPaso, Tex. ^ 4-H Club held its second meeting i pr ] y Gusewelle, and Elaine Ranek Wednesday evening at the honifi; rep ortpcl on the clothing tour, of Lorotta Burgett. Roll call was: answered with a "Favorite Movie | Hamel Busy Bees Club Entertained Fulkerson, has asked boys In uniforms to assemble at the local recreation center at 9 a.m. FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1061 - ---- - — .^^^.^^.^••.••mM RPBBBB*^*^*^*^""^"^^^^^™ ' ' ' Him of Stock* Market Holds Little Higher MEW YORK (AP) - flJi Stock Built by Cardinal Wolsey in 1515, Hampton Court, once the favorite palace of King Henry VIII, has 44 acres of gardens. mated at 9 million sham, compared with 4.91 million Tnuwday. A good many tosses began sp- pearing in the list. The resurgent oils remained on the upside. Most gains and losses were eon- fined to fractions to a point or so. Rubbers, metals, chemicals, tobaccos and drugs pulled ahead. Steels declined. Motors, alrcfafts, electronics, utilities and rails were mixed. Polaroid jumped 4 points and Telautograph advanced 2. Amerada topped the oils with a gain of more than 2. Gains of about a point were made by Anaconda, International Nickel, Eastman Kodak, DuPont, United Airlines, American Tobacco and Pfiwr. Pullman added about 2, Southern California Edison was off 2. American Stock Exchange prices advanced. Bonds were mixed. Douglas to Build Cheaper Jetliner SANTA MONICA, Calif. (API- Douglas Aircraft Co. said Thursday it would build a new DC8K Jet plane that could cut tourist- class fams 20 per cent and lower cargo rates by 50 per cent. Donald W. Douglas, Jr., president of the company expressed boliff the plane would increase intercontinental traffic manyfold. The new plane, Identical in size with no-passenger DCS, will carry 54 passengers behind the wings and 52,000 pounds of cargo forward. Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally l-eJegrapirWant Ads "CLICK" Those running for the one-year !Do , son of E:dmJ ,, nd Dem ^ f^ r . unexpired term are Dr. W. V : Roberson. Sebastian Filippone andj Mr?. Esther Chiado. Rotariam Hear Gregory ROXANA — Carl flremry. principal at Roxana High School. assault spoke to members of the Rotary| w ^ ^ e ' Club about "Boys Entering the , of Wednesday before police thsit intruders had entered Judge Bvron Korh Morland pleaded notj the stafror had «ide : Ribbons said KUiIt> to a rhar * p o{ aggravated i two closed for porary vacant — also had been, -The group decided to select "se- disconnected and placed on the oret floor, but the thieves apparently j candy became frightened away and' Armed Forces" following the club 'IThursday morning to gpt some of or trial April 17 at 1 p.m. | his personal belongings, according and Early pleaded guilty | to thp report "by officers. Robert and He had returned abandoned the radiators. Hospital Notes E — Three area to a petit larreny charge and their i Dillon and Maxwell 'Bratten. residents were admitted Thursday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, dinner Wednesday evening First Presbyterian Church. Visitine Rotarians were Kane of" Edwardsville. and Bill T ™ Marriage UoPnv* Shirtal of Wood River. , and are planning a to raise money. A talk ".A Picture Story" was given by DeArle Suhre. An illustrated talk "Adjustahle Cameras" was given by Karla Meyer. "Baby Sitting" was thp title of a talk given hy Jane Halbe. rase was referred to the probation! Kibhons reported the following I and follr P<iti p n |? were discharged. officer for Investigation. The c-ase! m j s <;jng: Five rases nf oil. four' Admitted were: Thomas Horns-i _ !l—1»-^: .L .: . : ki,,.rrn>. IshPrWOOd St.! Alan Hal--' 1-.IK'". • it • . - A report on the electrical activi \ was continued to April 10. batteries, three tirps. two inner ! berger, i tubes, four flashlights and lolbc. 1024 Longfellow; Henry Voss, I CARROLLTON — Marriage li-ibattrries. 10 boxes of fuses. rwo'Route 3. rpiiFp.« w-pr-p issued April 5 at the,pans nf automobile polishing wax Dischargpd wore: William Mil- office of County Clerk Ray Bpn-jand an unknown amount of oil'IT, 50S» Phillppona St.: Mrs. Nel- nptt to LPP MrWhortrr and Miss! filters. | |J P Voelxpr. 34 Halleck: Mrs. Re- Barhr,r;t Cox of \\TiitP Hall and to Fireplace Stolen ' bt'cca Stamps, 317 Locust; Josepti l-rti-ry ^ti-awniHtt of White Hall KDWARDSVILI.E — Wilbur H Oonin. 443 East Vandalia. , ind MKs Judv Angle of Rood-irjehring. an Edwardsvllle Town- ROXANA-The Village Board |Mwe _ ' | ship farmpr and Pnainnan o( lhp Sister Dim | Republican County Central fom- CARROLLTON — Mrs. H. H. ,miltep, reported to tlie sheriff's I,P\T was railed to Roswell. N.M..J office late Wednpsday that thieves S,iturri;iv h\ the death of her sis-'had dismantled and carriPd away Roxana Firemen To Attend School Wednesday voted to pay expense* of the fire chief and onp driver to attend a fire col- lece in Champaign in June. The board parsed Ordinance Mrs (jf-orge N. Carothers. an antique marble fireplace from No. 288 annexing a tract of jw ^. um . A ,r, at d ay in a hos -a rent house he owns near his land of 14.35 acres belonging, jp R _ to the Park Distr.ct to the; r .., mthpp village. Leader»hip Training .. ROXANA- -New officers of the " home on Bluff road, west of here. Mrs Caroihrrs i* survived by; Ohring. who placed a value of her husband and two daughters. jS2.~>fl on the missing marble slatm Ruth Ann Borgeson of Cal-i iCornia and Mrs. (ieorgem- Jack^ f>f njmon Ok , ;i Shp ;i]so o( K eiler ». ,.- i. ^ L. i /-^ i ' Roxana School Chapter of Future Homemakers of Am.r- ica and their sponsors atten,,ed: Lw . of a Future Homemakers of Amer- JWr|( _ ,ca leadership training meeting. f P^ M J* °? m «* Whittier. Cal,f. Jacob Thursday evening. _ .. ., _____ ...... ____ Thoie from here attendinp; the sponsors, Miss Wanda ivere Bonnie Woodard, Joyce: Graves and Mrs. Millie Mur- Garner, Barbara Williams, Bev- barker erly Itted, Dorothy Gross and 4-LANE WEEKEND SPECIALS! 7 Delu«e $ 00 Homburgen loot French Fri*s 7 loot 100 I or 4 for $1.00 Hot Bor.l.Que ....... •r 4 for $1.00 PAon. HO 2-0322 ttu Quick Service on Your COITT Out Order*/ 4 LANE DRIVE INN AT THE ARENA Open Daily tilO. Start 1 poa. Adulti 500—KldOlM Sfle Mfttinee Hat. »ni Son. Tonight and .Saturday Matinee Only Tonifbt Ht 1:40 P.M. Saturday 1:88 P.M. "The lig Fisherman" Interesting Short Suhjectt Friday at 7 P.M. Saturday at 1 P.M. SAT, EVENING SUN., HON., TUES, APR.20thru 30 TK KKTS NOU ON S-U.K K\*. * P.M. i»un. b:8U P.M.) Mat. Fri.. Hat. Si Sim. t PM But yur ADVANCE - Ueaerul Admikktaa ticket NOW — (rum My ST. 101 'IS. Hoik* Olllcer. I3.M Intludi-s 2 adults or 4 children (512). Ho*, UfwrvfU and <iru>-ral Adioihtioo TtrkeU M»\V 0.\ SAI.K (ieut-ral At Arena A Arcade Kt. LouU DORIS / i., DAY/HARRISOi JOHN GAVIN Clear St*n. a»« Hsu**. aaMall Order* Becelva< i KISS MMItl I Sat. at 5:06, 8:55 p.m. p.m. Home Made PIES • CAKES CHILI • SOUPS OIIR SPFX'IAI/TIEH! ELM-WAY DRIVE-IN Elm Mil Hear*. Dial HO 2-2664 —DANCE- SATURDAY 9 p.m.-l a.m. Muiic By Barney Hale Memb«rg & Guests Welcome ALTON MOOSE LODGE NO. 9S1 3821 College Alton STAHLIGHT Dim i n* ^, t IHEAIHf *" MUn MA eourai AVL • Fri. anil Sat. at 7:00—Starts Hi 7: in Tonite thru TUES. FIRST RUN SHOWING rlHUWKN UNHKR IB NOT AOMITTEn ACCQMPANIKU BV PARRNTS • "nm JB in* 1 • •MARILYN SAI'JJ. eMonroeiClift in the John Huston production SMnaRitter SEiWallach the Misfits DANCE Godfrty Civic Cintir SAT., APRIL 8th We Aim To Give You Dancing That Pleases. Modern and Old Time Dances 8:30 to 12:30 Donation bOc Roscoe Stiles Orchestra Phone CL 4-515% Xo Parking Problems at Roxana Fri., Sat., Mon. Continuous From 1 P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. TONITE-SAT.-SUN.-MON. •fohn Wayne Stewart Granger Fabian—Capuclne "NORTH TO ALASKA" Color—Cinemascope H:57 Kdilit* CoMslantine Pier Angelt Richard Altcnhoroueh "S.O.S. PACING" 7 :-J<) SKI.KCTKIJ SHORTS --*. - * Mid-America * O HI VI- IN OPKX H:30 CAPRI START 7:00 DRIVE - IN C'lD M IQHIi RD (Formerly AJtwood Drive-In) TONIGHT and SATURDAY 2 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEES ON ONE GIANT PROGRAM! DEBORAH KERR ROBERT MITCHUM PETER USTINOV » SUNDOWNERS • •• — *• •* ^ •• ^^ ATTflCTOP <*** STAIRS' Bonus Hit! "CRY TOUGH" .STARTS SUNDAY FOR 3 NIOHTS! John Saxon Mnda OrUtal (UWIIUM U (V I V t IN i'ii>> stctosu tin IKVTI 9 TO^ITR * MAT. Lot* Owl Skow Kirk l)uu(|ia» in "Th« Indian Flqht.r" Flu* Our Regular Hrogiam TWO CAiTOONS—CHIIDIIN APMITTIV CDB> •! AVADAIiyn K*rrU Wheel. Train 810*. rill* PbHianUUHl' Merrv-Ou-Bauod, Suiiign « .Slid TWILITE MATINEE »,<*«'.;",¥« "OIANT KAMTOON KAMNIVAL" ui llfi fl^VTB. R l^ilITI Att MIP fk/i p A lu bHy . . . <U HMM Iwly BEL AIR TONIOHT Ihra TUES. I BIG HITS! HMT-tUN SHOWING! THE HORSE SOLDIERS n TI WOT w jmiNiu MUION" CHILI DAY Public Invited 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Sat., April 8 Amirioan Ltfion Hall, Wori River BUT SCOUT TROOP 35 Donation 50c (Include* chill, drink, dessert) CARRY OUT ORDERS AVAILABLE MATINEES SATURDAY & SUNDAY—OPEN 12:30 OVER! 2 FUN-FILLED nd WEEK! OPEN TONITE 6:30—STARTS 7 P.M. AI)t'l,TK »0c • TKKNS 75o • CHILD 3Sc WAIT DISNEY'S N«W ALL-CARTOON FEATURE Dalmatians ^^ ~n*s*mi t ns*n f\n m | IHU TOM * Shown Tonite at 7t8fl anil ICS.'i Sat. and Sunday 1:36, 9:85, 5:35, 7:35, PLUS Walt Disney's "MYSTERIES OP THE DEEP" EXTRAI Bugs Bunny "A WITCH'S TANGLED HARE' OPEN TONITE 5:48 FBI, - SAT. • SUN. rt RIHCESS They wn thwr *tudMt to lOOk fOr St4MK«Ml TOM i JMIV CAITOON "UPI WITH TOM"

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