Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 3, 1968 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 3, 1968
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ALTON EVEMKG , JUL¥ 3,1968 WILLIAM BEETS BARBARA RICH 4 Scholarships Awarded To Wood River High Grads A ministerial student, two as-1 awardec! scholarships and will piring nurses, and a prospective teacher, all spring graduates of the East Alton-Wood River Hiuh School, have been be colloge freshmen this fall. Donnic Ray Gaines is the re cipient > oi a ministerial aid grant to further his education at GRABNER'S Room 1848 Washington — Upper Alton FEATURING: STEAKS • CHICKEN • ITALIAN FOOD Reservations for Banquets & Parties Phone 465-6281 Open All Day July 41 li 5 P - M - TO ---- WEEKDAYS SUNDAY 12:00 NOON TO --FREE PARKING IN REAR TEEN DANCE Every Mon. Nite 8:00 to 11:30 SPONSORED BY AND HELD AT BETHALTO BOYS' CLUB, INC. Across From Swimming Pool The Band This Week MOTHERS COMPLEX Donation $1.00 ASCOT SPEEDWAY WED., JULY 3rd Gates Open 6:30 p.m. — Time Trials Begin at 7:30 regular schedule of events Old Godfrey Speethvay Rte. Ill & 67 Just North of Godfrey Plus . . . DESTRUCTION DERBY (Open Competition) All You Need Is a Car that moves, a crash helmet, seat belt and 83.00 entry fee. $200 IN PRIZE MONEY PLUS— HUGE FIREWORKS DISPLAY Plus— COMEDY RACE— Come See for Yourself | the Oakland City College, Oak land, C?lif. The son of the East Alton Friendship General Baptist Church minister, the Rev. and Mrs. Houda Gaines, 317 W. Main St , E&st Alton, Donnie has been active in the Spanish Club, vocal music groups and served as a projectionist for entertainments at the school during his high school years. William Harold Beets, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Beets, 524 E. Ferguson, Wood River, has, rece'ved a Southern Illinois University scholarship and activity award and will start h i s studies ?.'• SIU in September. .During his high school career, William was a National Thespian, and a member of the speech and debate team, Stage and Stammer, and the Spanish Hub. Planning a career as a nurse, ^orma Jean Cause, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Edward B. Cause, 624 Lorena Ave., Wood River has enrolled as a student in th Barnes Hospital School of Nurs ing, St. Louis. She is the recip ient of the March of Dimes scholarship. Her extra curricular activi ties In high school includet membership in Big Sisters, Dril team, P p p Club, Future Secre taries and Latin Clubs and she served as an office assistant. Barbara Lucille Rich, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Rich 222. S. Ninth St., Wood River is the recipient of an Illinois grant.and a Deaconess Hospital work scholarship which she will use to train as a nurse in the Demoness Hospital School of Nursing, St. Louis. Barbara has served on t h e Student Council and as an office assistant. She has also been a member of the Future Nurses Association, Latin Club, Stage and Stammer, and Speech a-n d debate teams. Thousands View Flaming Meteor o By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thousands of people relaxing under warm night skies Tuesday saw a flaming meteorite flash through the darkness for about half a minute. From Vermont and northern Vew York to Maryland, from he Atlantic Ocean to Ohio, re- iorts came in of a bright, flam- Santa Fe's New Opera House SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The Santa Fe Opera Association >pened a new season and a new 1.75 million theater Tuesday with a production of Puccini's 'Madame Butterfly" under the direction of John Crosby. FIREWORKS DISPLAY JULY JULY SODA OPEN WELCOME GRAFTON JAYCEES and AMERICAN ing object sailing through the night. Among the spotters were several professional airline pilots. Police, newspapers, radio stations and airports all reported a flood of telephone calls at about 9:30 p.m., minutes after the sightings. Observers said the object moved from east to west, and many people reported seeing a brightly colored tail to the flaming object. Several pilots and residents in western Pennsylvania reported "several streaks of light," indicating that the meteor may have broken up by then. LAST 7 DAYS I This is Benjamin. He's a little worried about his future. ^SEPHE-LEVINE COLOR THE GRADUATE SNNE BANCROFT., DUSTIN HOFFMAN Open 6:30 — Shown 7 & 9 SUNDAY OPEN 1:30 SHOWN 3-4-6-8 CAMEO lb'.'J WASHINGTON . DIAL 465 /032 TARLIGHT COLLEGE AVENUE, ALTON, ILL. Starts TONITE for One Week BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7 — PHONE HO 2-4921 opccifli fiOiici3y n ro§rdin ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! n»»g™ ~RGV<S lsmsr BEST ACTRESS! •>^ fm ™~^>* «« KATHARINE HEPBURN BEST SCREENPLAY! WILLIAM ROSE COLUMBIA PICTURES presents » Stanley Kramer pifduclion Spencer. Sidney TRACY 'POITIER Katharine HEPBURN gums who's tto dloiicp COLUMBIA PICTURES^.^ vGfly- JSUGStSTtO FOR MATURE AUPieNCtS I b^i iOUghton MMiKfaOivoi Mfl" ™ WL^JUtr -—•^i^ 1 — z_ A«T THUR8W! ZL*« IVEOHUL^U Ray's Lawyers Appeal Ruling LONDON (AP) - James Earl lay's British lawyers today began preparing his appeal against Chief Magistrate Frank Milton's ruling that he should be extradited to the United States for trial on a charge of murder- hg Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.' Milton on tuesday rejected the argument by Roger Frisby, Ray's British attorney, that the killing of the Negro civil rights leader was a political crime and therefore not subject to extradition. Frisby planned to enlarge this argument in his appeal to the High Court, Ray remained un der close guard in London's Wandsworth jail. The appea will delay his return to the United States until late this month at the least. Ray's court-appointed attor neys have 15 days from Tuesday to file their appeal. They wen expected to take advantage o almost all this period. The court then may take sev eral days to schedule a hearing and to hold It. Ray could appeal another adverse decision on a point of law to the House of Lords, Britain's highest court, but only if either thfc High Court or the Law Lords agred to accept it. In Memphis, fenn., whetfe king was killed on April 4, Shelby County Dist. Atty. Phil M. Canale said he is planning an early fall trial in Memphis for Ray. Canale said he would head the prosecution, assisted in the OPEN . . . to Serve You and Your Family LA CREMERIE PIERRE The Best in Soft-Serve Cones, Shakes and Sundaes —made by the famous Taylor Freezers which served thousands at EXPO 67. [You Are Cordially Invited; 613 E. Airline Drive: Rosewood Heights i VICARI'S DINING ROOM OPEN JULY 4th • Golden Fried Chlektn • Steaks • S«a Food • B.B.Q, Ribs • Italian Food Routfts 67-111 BRIGHTON ROAD PHONE 466-4829 Skaggs Steak House CLOSED Thursday, July 4 Since 1937 For Your Family Dining .ALTON & FOSTERBURG RD. OFF STATE ROUTE NO. 140 CLOSED THURSDAY, JULY 4th OPEN FRIDAY AS USUAL ENJOY THIS SPECIAL "ALL DISNEY SHOW" FOR YOUR HOLIDAY TREAT! STARTS --, - MATINEE THUR.-l P.M. Doors Open 12:30 Child 50o—Adults $1.50 TONITE Open 6:30 Tonite * 2 BIG HITS * "FAMILY BAND" Tonite at 8:40 THURSDAY—Shewn 2:20, 5:50, 9:15 The laughingest star-spangled hullabaloo! V WALT DISNEY ME ONE AND ONLY, A MMIL i PLUS A Happy Treat of Fun and Musical Fantasy.' KflrSs^A Walt Disney's Snow White IS Seven Dwarfs Technicolor® R>.ttltiM4 X> •»•»• Will PliklhillM C«. inc. "Snow White" Tonite 7:15—Thurs. 1:00, 4:25, 7:50 TECHNICOLOR* WALTER BUDDY BRENNAN-EBSEN ^^ JANET eo-iTAMiMC DAVIDSON • BLAIR• COX LESLIE ANN WARREN Open Friday 6:80 STARTS THURSDAY! For 4 Days MATINEE THUR.12:30-2 Top Hits JAMES SHENAND mll Tlmr. Shown »:3Q, 3:80, 9s80 : H N i c o i Tliurg, ut 19)89, 4iOO, 7UO FIRST RUNI OVEN FKIPAV AT 0:48 TONITI UST TIMES! "THi GRADUATE'' Shown r.w, ou« STAHT8 THUUS.-atatliifio Thur». 1 pan. WAW DJSNKV ritOOIiAJVI "THE FAMILY BAND" ft "SNOW WHITE & 7 DWARFS" by Asst. Dist. Attys.iin court, usually devoting hte Robert K. Dwyer and James Beasely. Cafiale seldom appears time to the administrative aspects of his office. Steak H Oteat ttiver ttoiwl at Orafton ¥86-8486 • HfttDSH FISH * CHOICE STEAK Fresh Rivet Catfish and Botielnss Buffalo Sandwiches and Dinners! HAVE A BANG OV.A GOOD TIME WORKING MEN'S LUNCHEON 2 GIANT i LB, CHUCKBURGERS I LB. ORDER OF FRIES PLUS DRINK REG. $1.05 VALUE SAVE 30c VON'S A & W Root Beer DRIVE-IN NOW OPEN 1203 JEdwimlsville Ronti—One Block East of Highway 111 ****** MID-AMERICA THEATRES j OPEN 7:00 — STARTS DUSK NOW thru TUES.! 2 BIG HITS IX COLOR f Fireworks Display! WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY JULY 3rd & 4th FREE! 2 BIG NITES FREE! What they did to each other was nothing compared to what they did to the enemy! BETTKK THAN "DIRTY DOZEN" THK DMOKS ERUHUtK" WILIMM CUFF VOUCH HOLUEK HOBEItTSOU' KOW.WOS fuu-riMF ruHi " Fifewffly 1 BARBARA FELDON OPEN 7:00 — START DUSK INOW thru TUES.! ADULT ENTERTAINMENT Free • Fireworks Display • Free! WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY - JULY 3rd & 4th 2 BIG NITES! FREE — FIREWORKS DISPLAY — FREE! SAME NAME ... DIFFERENT GAME! BARRY EVANS JUDY BEESON-A^GEU SCOU1AR 1*4 w 6

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