Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 14, 1961 · Page 9
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Alton, Illinois
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14, urn Officer* at Eatt Alton RMT *MOf-Mn. (Ml Fflchttl wil Hfifjilttd KJpnt of .fNI'yiMMfM of Wart AtWifTify in fhurndav •vemrtf cwtnwntw it the VFW hall. Oth*r efftotf* ttaffld frens: Nona Alton,' writer vice president; Oowthy Curtis, Junior Vice pf«ffdtnt;-Bemice Baugh, treasure*; MilyBall, chaplain: Temple JMriey, guard; (Mextn De Oerlia, conduotms; 'Beverly Wckerill.'Mifliin Baugh and ffa Mat BtOfh, three, two .ami ont year tro»t**» respectively. Appointed officers: Ruth Steintmrg^ Meretary: Louts Haften, patretie lnstruc»r;th«U ma Brown, flag bearer; Melba Busch, banner bearer; Doris Howland, Beverly Picker!!!, tva Baugh and Leona Treadway, color bearers. Ruth Steinberg, a past president, conducted the installation. Mary Ball, retiring president, was presented gifts by the unit. Mrs. Dorothy Beyers, 12th District president, was honored gucft ttw tpnke briefly 0n the work of tht attxilisry. MiririttlM AaxflMt? EAST AtTON-MM. Rudolph Putte, president, and Mrs. Pet er Seger reported highlights of the recent state council meet Ing at .Toilet at the Wednesday meeting of the Shamrock Mn rhtnlat Auxiliary at the Machin 1st Center. Mrs. Virginia Perkins and Mrs. Puetz were named to rep resent the unit at the May 1 testimonial dinner honoring Paul H. Jones, secretary-trans urer of the Retail Store Em ployes Local 344 at Hotel Stratford. Plans were made to pay the expenses of members who attend the committee on political education and the machinist? non-partisan political league at St. I/nils April 29-30. It was announced the April 26 social meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Perkins, Route 3, Godfrey. Don lot Shell Employes to Hear Report on Space Program WOOD RIVER - Male employ. es of Shell Oil Co.'s Wood River t? fl9 f J If/in refinery will receive a first-hand I *'<*»«' ^"f"' report on Project Mercury, America's Man in Space Program, j Tuesday night al a mooting ofi the Shell Cluh, an organization of! J?j ttft l ]if £>4>?iMtf male slafl employes. ] * '""«• MWI'lilfc Bringing the report to the Shell-j KAST ALTO N - The OHson, men will be 3. H. Hosman, de-i cjrc)p Qf , he woman's Mission-' sign engineer for McDonnell Air-j ary Sociefy of tne Firs , Raptisi j craft Corp., in St. Louis, the lirm ;church neld jts flna] mee , lng | designing and building the space ]Thursday at thc home o{ MrBi | capsules expected to carry a man; Roher( Cnoper \ into orbit around the earth some ; , . The Circlc 1S ..... . dlshandpf1 time this year. i. , . 1U , »• «i Hosman will speak at a dinner, 1 ." favor ,° f the ,! >rga . niza j 10 ?.. o( meeting at the Knights of Colum 'four circles within the Society. bus Hall in Wood River. He is expected to discuss the entire man- RevivalOpensTonight AtWoodRiverBaptist The same Gilson Circle has been officially adopted by one; 1S^*- ItW IV \.»l*j^-l»^^ 11 iv. 1.1 n it t, •* cut i . in-space program and single ou , : of the n«vly formed Rrouphon- the important points as they relate :° r ' n K the Rev ' and M . rs ; r "' s ." n to McDonnell. He will show films! " hn arc servi "E as miwIonaneH to the group. i to India Hosman is a "capsule configu-1 Othe new circles In the pro- ration engineer" for McDonnell,'cess of being organized this and as such is responsible for 1 month have adopted the name:-. seeing that one of the capsules honoring missionary workers as ordered from the St. Louis! follows: Esther Davis, who firm is ready for use at the time! serves In the Christian Center. H is needed. He has been asocial- Chicago; Emma Brodbeck, iced with Project Mercury since tired missionary to China: Ada It came out of the proposal stage.! Nelson, missionary to Japan. It was voted to transfer the existing funds of approximately 1X40 to the Missionary Society j general fund. | Mrs. Richard Johnson and .WOOD RIVER — A yotnKJ Mrs. Cha rl es Clarw presented team will lead revival services {the program and devotions, at the Whitelaw Avenue Baptist j Registration Saturday Church tonight through Sunday;EAST ALTON — Final registra- as a portion of the observation i tion for Community Little League of Youth Week. j baseball competition this summer Services will be held at 7:30|will be held Saturday from 10 a. p.m. each evening, and the|m. to 2 p.m. in the Community youth team will also conduct i Building and East Alton Play- the Sunday worship hour at j grounds for boys 9-15 years old. 10:30 a,m., the Rev. A. A.j It was reported that 160 boys Capron. pastor, has announced, j registered last Saturday for Comprising the team are :| league teams. Southern Illinois University stu-| ; TTTT > dents: George Zelsdorf as'mm-i SYDNEY, Australia - Alickj later; Dennis Spencer, mtis.c Jeffrev ' star P la - ver ™led mel.- director; Caroline Onstott. de-|8 iWe to play soccer again in En-| votional leader; Brenda Spires. •'« land unless he repaid insurance [ conference leader; Gene W al].! ( ' om P anies for compensate «•} pianist and Ellie Harper, org-i leoived for Injuries two years ago amst. ' An attendance goal has been set at 550 at Sunday School and !has joined the Prague club here. 110 at the 6:30 p.m. Sunday Training Union. SPECIMEN BALLOT Election, Tuesday, April 18, 1961 PRESIDENT OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES * (4 Year Term) (VOTE FOR ONE) PC. A. VANPRETER W CHARLES "CHUBBY" HATTON HOWARD L, SHELTON VILLAGE CLERK (4 Year Term) (VOTE FOR ONE) PLQNNIE DARR g JOHN H, POLICE MAGISTRATE (2 Year Unexptred T«rm) (VOTE FOR ONE) HANKS VILLA9I TRUSTI! (4 Year Term) (VOTI FOR THRU) KENNETH S. LADD BOB LINK MARCELL "CHUCK" ZEISSET HARRY LEROY KUEHNEL PEARL (P. G.) GREENE MELV1N (MEL) BRACHT ED ABERNATHY MIMIIR OP LIIRARY IOARD (6 Year Term) (VOTI FOR TWO) MRS. FLORENCE LOW BILLIE JOE TITE t m MRS. HELEN S. GOULD MIMIIR OP UIRAIY IOAIO (4 Ywr Unexpiwd T*rih) (VOTI FOR ONI) D BOB a CLINTON I, Uwrtwct 0§rr, Villtflt Clerk, htrcfcy f«rtlfy for*a0ina if • trut «nd eorrtci lilt »f nit «»i»oid«*t» EtatiOA for th« Villfgt of gift Alton, Illineii, II, 19*1. I Ub «-*y pf April, IUI, LAWRKMCI DARK Mr. «mt Kn«t Dtlmw R*., Qodfwy, • daufnttr, KHMfe '**". * pound* and IS otmcw, tin IMC day, Jtrwjr Community H-w- pttal. BM«r child, a M>n, Jeffrey Dtan, 18-monihs-nifi. Orandpartnts of the bthy are Mr. and Mrs. Oerirge Blnnd, and Mr, and Mn. John Car. roll, Kampgvllle. Mr. and Mm. Milton ft. N*». pom, 136 Rosewood Lfcne, Ka-*t Alton, a daughter, 9 pound*, 1:51 p.m., Thursday, Si. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. and Mr*. Jack R. firm. well, 518 Wlnkler St., a daughter, 7 pounds and 2 ounces, lp:52 p.m., Thursday, St. Joseph's Hospital, Mr. and Mm. Lyle l-anlip, Riehl Lane, Rt. 2, Godfr«y, twin daughters, Thursday, Alton Memorial Hospital. The first baby, weighing 4 pnnrds and 9 ounces, was born at 7:45 p.m., and the second, weiirh- ing 6 pounds and 5 ounces, w f is born at 8:07 p.m. Three older children. Mr. nn<l Mrs. RUInn Humpton, 194 Bender Ave., East Alton, a daughter, Paula Renee, 6 pounds and 13 ounces, J:23 a.m., Thursday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Three elder children. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Murphy, 116 Virginia Ave., East Alton, a son, Jerry Jr., 6 pounds and 12 ounces, 11 :12 a.m., Thursday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Cynthia, 3, and Debra, 15-months-old. Mr. ami Mr*. Venter (Mike) Yates, 2114 Amelia St., a rtanshter, Cynthia Lou, first child, 5 pounds and 2 ounces, Thursday. Alton Memorial Mo«- pital. Mrs. Yates is the former Miss Nancy Lou Kanyo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kanyo of 629 Franklin St. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Yates, Alton. Mr. and Mm. Charles Pittman, 601 Washington Ave., East Alton, a son, Mark Allen, 6 pounds and 13 ounces, 10:37 a.m., Thursday, Altnn Memorial Hospital. Elder child, LaVonne Ann, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Danen Cornp- ton, Grafton, a daughter. K'm- berly Sue. 6 pounds and 1 ounce, 7 a.m., today. Alton Memorial Hospital. Three elder children. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, Bellwood Trailer Court, East Alton, a son, Christopher Allen, first child, 7 pounds, 4:11 a.m., today. Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Miller is the former Marilyn Sue Allsmiin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Allsman of Cottage Hills. Paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ledford, East Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Witohor, Brighton, a daughter, Belinda Sue. 8 pounds and 14 ounces, first child, 12:01 a.m., toriqy, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Witcher is the former M'ss Linda Lou Ambrose, daughter of R. E. Ambrose of Alton. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Witcher, Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Null, 717 Dugger St., Beth«lfo, a daughter, 7 pounds and 4 ounces, 7:50 p.m. Thursday. Wood River Township Hospital. Elder children: Pamela Marie. 4, Mark Allen, 2. Mr. and . Mrs. George W. Floyd, 134 E. Second St., Hartford, a son. 7 pounds and 5 ounces, 8:40 .p.m., Thursday, Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Terry, 139 W. McArthur Dr., Cottage Hills, a son, 6 pounds and 7 ounces, 5:04 a.m. Friday, Wood River Township Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Fields, 311 S. Prairie St., Bethalto, a daughter. 7 pounds and 4 ounces, 6:33 a.m., Friday, Wood River Township Hospital. First grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey H. Fields, 509 Vine St., Bethalto. Wood 7 Treated at Tnp.Hospital For In WOOt) WVRR toinette Pflynlfc, 1» Mr. and Mm. Ofi S31 Soul ft Seventh River, wai admitted thursday at 12:45 p.m. to the Wood River Township Hospital for a |J|«jj effectlve April 15> Wfls made to . injury Incurred when the child Owens-DlinoisAnnotmceg Promotions of Executives William McBrtdft, finished^crvlsor. In 1953 he was trsns- products manager of Owens-jferred back to corrugating as Illinois pitfnt in Alton has beenjsupervisor. A native of Qrafton, named manager of the cnm-lhe and his wife Oenevleve re- pany's S treat or plant. He will be succeeded at Alton by Orville Miller. Announcement of the changes side at 1006 Brown St., Alton. Sorbte began with the company In 1941 In the selecting department. He has worked since fell on the sidewalk at home, Sandra Patricia Proffer, 5, dpughter of Mr. and Mrs. BHlie Dale Proffer, 905 Stanley FW.. Cottage Hills, was treated and released Thursday at 7:4t4.a.m. fOr burns of the chest. The little girl ran Into her father while he was carrying a pail of hot water at home and the hot .vater spilled on her. Krtste L. Smith, 6, daughter >f Mr. and Mrs. Eugene K. Smith. 410 Silver St., Bethalto, .as treated and released Thurs- Iny at 7:20 p.m. after a hamster )it her on the index ^finger. Others treated and released Thursday were: James Franklin Smith Jr., 5, son o{ Mr. and Mrs. James F. Smith, Brighton, for a chin laceration; Kerry Knowlson, 14, son of Mrs. Dorothy Knowlson, 17 Valley Dr., East Alton, for a puncture wound of the right leg; Joyce Helen Story, 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Story, 107 E. Cherry St., fracture of Hartford, the right for a collar hone; Edward W, Meyers, 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward in forming flow, machine repair, day by A. V. Budd, Alton plant maintenance, and later In dec- manager. orating department as supervisor. Recently he was transferred to storing and shipping as supervisor. He and his wife Rate and their three children reside at 59 Duval Dr., Godfrey. TOM SOKBIE On the same date, Tom Sor- ble will become supervisor of the corrugating department. He will succeed Bob Redd, who has been transferred to the paper products division as manager of the Maduon plant. Dan Golli- Hartford Junior ClubTeaSnnday HARTFORD — Mrs. Benjiman Hill, 22nd District Junior director of Women's Clubs, will speak at Hartford Junior Women's "Membership Tea" Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at City Hall. Mrs. Lf»ster Varble, president of the club, and Mrs. Wayne Qoode and Mrs. Boyce William' arc in charge of arrangements for the tea. On Roftana Program HARTFORD - Cub Scouts ol Den 2 and their den mother, Mrs James Lattimore, attended the Ft. Russell roundtable at Roxana Thursday evening and presented a program of Indian dances in costume. Mrs. Lattlmore also gave a demonstration on tndiai make-up. Scouts from Den 2 who toon South Rosalia W9C9 Elects Offiwn SOUTH ftOXANA-Mr*. Wai* er Huebner was elected prest* lent of the Women's Society of Christian Service of tht ftottth Roxana Methodist Church Wed. nesday at the church, Other of* leers are Mrs. Virginia Cuthell, vice president; Mrs. Rn- oerta Betty Holder, Pruett, secretary; treasurer; IWrs. Mrs Me nMsMonaty MutM .'reshmwrtj wwV MPP Mary (Jfafif* iJNl nft, April 21 DW WWntn W$ ft to AltoH St«t* Hotpittl & «W tertftln «nd April Srt will Jit tfic noufffen >vardRvllt. Csther Orange, secretary of ihurch work. Mrs. Frances Lockert, secretary of literature and publicity; Mrs. Jnanllt Legate, mission- try education and service; Mrs. Eva Booker, promotion secre. tary; Mrs. Juanlta Herman, and Romona Eno LETCHWORTH, England James Ranking, 18, got two years probation for assaulting his mother when she tried to get him out of bed. The court was advised he told Mrs, Jamima Ranking that "Nobody will make me work if I don't want to" and then struck Ills mother on the head. 4-LANE WEEKEND SPECIALS! $100 $100 Pbh Sttohi . 29° •-* 4 for 91.00 daiiKhter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan R. Enos. 315 N. Shamrock St.. East Alton, for a mouth injury. W. J. Blakely Retires From AOC Refinery WOOD RIVER — Walter J. Blakely, 3601 Aberdeen Ave., Alton, has retired from the 'local refinery of the American |Oil Co. (Standard) after more j than 41 years of service during which time he had been secretary to six of the seven managers of the plant. Born In Alton, Blakely attend- jed the public ;.schools there w.J. Biakeiy |and later attended business I college. He joined American as a clerk in the Main Office March 22, 1920. Appointed secretary to the genera] manager April 8. 1940. he was elevated to supervisor in the manager's office in January, 1949 and continued in that position until his retirement. Prior to his employment with the company, Blakely worked with the Stenotype Co.. Indianapolis; and the National Oats Co., St. Louis. He is well-known In the Alton area having been affiliated with many organizations and civic en- jdeavors, and also as a baseball and softball umpire. In recognition of having more than 30 years of service at the time of retirement, Blakely was presented a clock by the Wood River management, and was honored at several parties by 'cllow employes. To Enroll Class WOOD RIVER - Bob Hanke, assistant superintendent of schools of Mooseheart, 111., will be the guest speaker at the Wood River Moose Lodge's enrollment class ceremonies on Sunday at 9 a.m. at the Moose Hall. Hanke is a graduate of Moose- herrt. Sixty candidates are scheduled to be enrolled on Sunday. Fire Auxiliary Plans Supper at Rosewood ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS-Members of the Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary will hold a chill supper in the firehouse at 4 7' w " 1 and part in the program were: Lin dell Prickett, Michael Phillips Greg Ferguson and Jimmy Red man. Other scouters of Pack 2 from Hartford also attended th roundtable meeting. Roxana Cancer Drive Set for April 24 ROXANA - Mrs. Clyde Lawrence is chairman of the cancer drive in Roxana and her co chairman is Mrs. Edward Plotner. The drive for funds will be April 24, beginning at 6 p.m. Workers who will assist Mrs. Lawrence and Mrs. Plotner are Mrs. Jesse Dickerson, Mrs. Robert Lovell, Mrs. Gene Morgan. Mrs. William Rice, Mrs. LaMar McCormick, Mrs . Joe Wilson, Golliday joined O-I in 1951 inj Mrs> Herschel Sparling, Mrs. Wit € inCiUSlrifll rClflilOns OGlJfll**™' i Hum TnHntmn IWrss ""Fi'iiv fnlp —....»»- , — — , _ ... | j Met j 11 iJ\J\ 1II3UII AVJI o, II \ty l^Ult? i . was transferred in 1953i Mrs. Tom Kerr, Mrs, Floyd Rad- Stearns will succeed,,,, industrial engineering as a'cliffe, Mrs. Roy Fraser, Mrs. iptritual life; Mrs. Nellie Trlb- 3Ut, supply work; Mrs, Ber- nlce Wlegand, youth work. During the meeting Wednes. lay Mrs. Herman presented the ipirltual life lesson and Mrs. Betty Hettlck and MM. Ro- oerta Holder had the program >vhlch consisted of a skit "Wo- lien's Changing Lives" given by Mrs. Hettlck, Mrs. Mary range, Mrs. Nellie Tribout, Mrs. Louise Norvllle, Mrs. Betty Pruett. Mrs. Legate gave Phone OL 4-IH8I No Parking Problem* »f Hasina . « Frt, Sat., Mnn, Gon«|W<ra§ from 1 P.M. sun. Continuous flftwtt t P.M. |Ttnl«i» Sat., Sun., Midi Sophia Loreti, Mitorlm Chevalier, John Oaytn "A IriatN «l SfltndtP 1 Color 0:88 Rex Reason, Nan Leslie "THE MIRACLE OP THE HILLS*' ftlOO Orant Williams, Carole Mftthewn "I3FIQHTIMQMEH" 7:00 Selected Shorti m m " M A ^ Mid-America START AT 7(00 Formerly ALT-WOOD DRIVE-IN 3 BIO HITS! HEAR ELVIS SIWO 4 MEW SOMQf I Sorble as shipping supervisor.;,j| anl s i u dent. In 1956 he wasJRay Hanneken, Mrs. Jan Lasterie, Ed Wendle, production man-i p)aced in tne plant laboratory j Mrs. Lee Beverly, Mrs. Lyle Dena ger at Alton, announced that! and shortly after was made land Mrs. Henry Oiler. ager Arnold Leitner will succeed | | aboratory SU p erv isor. Miller as forming flow supervisor and Gordon Haxel will become supervisor of mold repair. A native of Alton he attended Alton and Highland High School and High-Point College. Dan and and his wife Dorothy live at 607 Central Ave. Stearns began work with Ownes-lllinois in 1948 in the plant decorating department as a utility man. He has worked since in forming Owens, forming flow, and at machine parts manufacturing. In 1960 he was made flow machine foreman and in 1961 shift foreman. He and his wife Patricia reside at 325 W. McArthur Dr., Cottage Hills. Leitner started in 1933 as a machine polisher in the mold repair department. In 1934 he was made foreman and then in 1950 was named as supervisor, j Arnold and his wi£e Mary live j at 240 Ladd Ave,, Alton. i Haxel has worked for Owens- ORVILLE MILLER | rjlinois since 1934 ,„ mo)d re _ Miller joined O-I In 1941 in; pair, selecting and Wood Box. Try Our Delicious COLE SLAW With Your Sandwiches OUR SPECIALTIES! ELM-WAY DRIVE-IN Elm and Henry. Dial HO 2-2664 the selecting department. He worked there as quality inspector, production crew leader, and assistant shift foreman. In 1953 he assumed duties as supervis- He has worked as mold repair production foreman until his recent promotion. He attended high school in Alton and completed four years at Shurtleff or of storing and shipping. In I College. With Mrs. Haxel, he 1956 he became supervisor of resides at 2614 Benbow. the forming flow department. He and his wife Ilein reside in! Godfrey with their daughter, Nancy Ann. Redd started in 1940 in the corrugating department. He| Drs. Maley, Corono HomeFromNewYork Drs. P. A. Maley and B. J. worked there from 1940 until' Corono have returned home aft- 1950 as clerk, schedule supervis-1 er attending a course in gokli Open Daily 6:80. Start 7 p.m. Adults SOc—Kiddies 25c Matinee Sat. and Sun. TONIGHT & SATURDAY Kiddies' Matinee Sat., from I l»,.M. I IADD Mium Tonight at 8:50 p.m. Sat., 2:50, 6:07, 0:84 Abbott & Costollo Marjorle Main "THE WISHFUL WIDOW OF WAGON GAP" Tonight at :::»0 p.m. Short Subjects 7 p.m. Sat. !:•>•>, l:3», 7:56 or, and corrugating production foreman. In 1951 he was transferred to Wood Box as it Su- p.m. Saturday, it has been announced. Chili, hot dogs, homemade pie and soft drinks will be served. prosthetics at New York City, j They attended the course with dentists from all parts of the country. 7 D«luxt Ht» « 4 for 11-00 Mont HO 1-OM fey Quieft Swvtet oa Yew Carry Out 4 LANE DRIVE INN 111! coffee house under a i balcony DANCE Godfrey Civic Center SAT., APRIL 15th 8:30 to 12:30 Donation SOc •ob Bermts Orchtftro —DANCE SATURDAY 9 p.m. -1 a.m. Music By VERNON MATLACK Members & Guests Welcome ALTON MOOSE LODGE No. 9S1 8841 College Alton STARLIGHT 0 K I W I I N ^ TMtAIKI *"* ==". loura MO courai AVI. • MTOM, HUNCH =_ Opem at 7:00 — Show Start* at 7:48 Held Over TONITE & SAT. 3 BIG HITS CHILDREN LNUEIt 16 NOT ADMITTED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY PARENTS PLUS SECOND HIT 8QBMOK GlbleMiroeiClitt in the John Huston production the Misfits |M*Mi It* frrttil*** PLUS THIRD HIT LATE OWL SHOW Kirk us "The Indian Fifhtir" STARTS SUN, for ONE WEEK FIRST RUN SHOWING TWO MATINfTiUN, , AT asOV-STARTi 4T «:8« 6IANT "KAITOON KAINIVAl" iOU» BiSUUI^K "mi PUYOIOUNO ¥ni\* wtuMt. Train uAd. Swia«* ACADEMY AWARDS NIGHT • HOUYWOOOI OPEN AT 6:30 TONIGHT & SATURDAY ELVIS BARBARA EDEN STEVE FORREST DOLORES DEL RIO JOHN MclNTIRE 2ND BIG HIT COlORw« 3RD BIO HIT tTSHAWN-INi BAKER •MWCOE MMUM STARTS SUNDAV Frank SINATRA • DMH MARTIN Sammy TONIGHT THRU TUESDAY Nominated For "ACADEMY AWARD" •Best Actress' ELIZABETH TAYLOR LAURENCE HARVEY EDDIE FISHER BUTTERFIELO in CINEMASCOPE cosUrnnit DINA MERRILL M G.M ncruie BONUS HIT! FBI. * SAT. 2ND BIG HIT IfJELMcCREA FOMIST TUCKH SUSAN CAKrt STARTS TONITE! Open 6:30 Tonite—Matinee Sat. 12:45 Hoodlum Priest FILMED IN ST, LOUIS i^»,00«Of£R-.J06£PHUWI(Wo WW ihlWlllttlSH>tfl Tonit. 7:19 and 9:19 S.t. M9 ! 3:19, 5*9 7:19, 9:19 EXTRA! COLOR CARTOON - SPORTSCOPE "KINO OF THE KEYS" RIHCtSSc ToniU, Sat,. Sun. Open Touite 9:80 Matinee Sat. 13:30 I OF THI SCRf IN S TOP STAISI k

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