Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1968 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

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-JERSEY COUNTY f tm /or AU • , . Day & Kite i ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ttat.tm. • BIG DAYS: JULY 7 <«» 14 SAT., JULY 6th 8:30 P.M. Pre-Fair Show* ELDON DANIELS AUTO THRILL SHOW ... * WED. NITE, JULY 10th-8 P.M. GENE HOLIER WILD ANIMAL SHOW and OSTRICH RACING The biggest wild animal show on the road—featuring over 60 trained Wild Animals! * THUR. NITE, JULY llth-8 P.M. VENITA RICH AMATEUR TALENT REVUE * FRI. NITE, JULY 12th-8 P.M. THE FOURTEENTH ANNUAL DRUM & BUGLE CONTEST Four drum and bugle corps and State and National Champion Baton-Twirling-Marching Drill Team: u THE PIASA INDIANS' if SAT. NITE, JULY 13th 8:30 P.M. The BIG "GRAND OLE OPRY" SHOW STARRING: LEROY VAN DYKE IN PERSON PLUS— SAMMI SMITH and HAROLD MORRISON LEROY VAN DYKE & The Auctioneers * Presenting * The- Wicte-Wo rid of Country Music ; * SUN. NITE, JULY 14th-8:30 P.M. ELDON DANIELS AUTO THRILL SHOW - with NEW ACTS ADDED! THIS MEANS YOU - Superintendent of Illinois State Police, William H. Morris (left) and Director of Public Safety, Ross V. Randolph (right) inspect the billboard donated by the Illinois Tolhvay Authority to help project a reminder of individual citizen's responsibilities to the law. The theme "Yoiir right — your duty, law enforcement" will be repeated in other information developed this summer. New Jaycee Officers Seated Gene Snyders was installed as 1968-69 president of the Alton Godfrey Jaycees at a recen retaliation dinner and dance Serving with him will be Steve Jackson, internal vice- president; Ron Vanata, exter nal ivice-president; Terry Bra ay, treasurer; Roger Schubert secretary; Jerry Hollis, parli mentarian; Mike Hickman 20,000 Italy Farmers Protest Common Market ROME (AP) — More than 0,000 farmers demonstrated gainst Italy's Common Market wlicies in downtown Rome to- ay as Premier Giovanni Leone repared to seek legislative ap- >roval of a program to keep Itay quiet this summer. Leone called the second Cabl- et meeting of his 10-day-old pvernment to summarize his 0-page program, which reportedly includes a pledge to continue the government's economic jolicies and a proposal to re- orm the state bureaucracy. It s scheduled for delivery in Parlament tonight. The Communist labor union ailed the farmers' rally to pro est the lowering of Common Market barriers before substantial reforms are made in the ountry's agricultural system, 'he farmers also demanded in- reased pensions and social se urity benefits. Fry Our Delicious Mid-Town DINING ROOM 7th and Central Alton, IK. BIG WEEKEND SPECIAL TRY OUR COMPLETELY NEW DELUXE CHICKEN DINNER. BUY ONE AT THE REGULAR PRICE OF $1.19 AND GET ONE FREE WITH THE COUPON BELOW. offer expires Sunday Evening. July 7, 19.68 DELUXE DINNER INCLUDES 3 Pieces of delicious COUNTRY FRIED CHICKEN, FRENCH PRIES, COLE SLAW, DINNER ROU, HONEY, AND WET NAPKIN. state director, and Bud Hogan. publicity chairman. Installed as directors were: Bob Gray, Jerry Gibson, Don Gore, Moe Juhlin, Rich Martin, Steve Motiaz, Jim Schoffel, Dave Tillman and Ed Moorman. . Don Gore was r.amed the Jaycee Key Man for outstanding community service. Qfficers of. the Jaycettes in- Stalled were: Mrs. Moe Juhlin, president; Mrs. Steve Jackson, vice-president; Mrs. Don Gore, recording secretary; Mrs. Francis Hogan, treasurer, and Mrs. Gene Snyders, corresponding secretary. WOOD RIVER EAGLES DANCE SAT. NIGHT BENNY'S TRIO Dancing from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. TEEN DANCE PARK PAVILION Sponsored by: Bethalto Auxiliary Police SAT., JULY 6 8:00 P.M. Bands: "Soul, Inc."—"Sticks and Stones" DONATIONS $1.00 ASCOT SPEEDWAY SUPER MODIFIED CARS — UNLIMITED HOBBV CARS FIG. 8 STOCK CARS—WIDE-OPEN COMPETITION 25 Lap Main Event GATES OPEN AT 6:30 P.M. TIME TRIALS 7:30 P.M. THIS WEEK Old Godfrey Speedway — Rte. Ill & 67 Just North of Godfrey SATURDAY, JULY 6 (OPEN EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT) DON'T MISS IT! ONEFRE CHAJ COUPON DELUXE CHICKEN DINNER WITH PUR- OF ONE AT REGULAR PRICE. OFFER (PIRES SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1961 '• it ACADEMY AWARD WINNER—BEST DIRECTOR This is Benjamin. He's a little worried about his future. HURRY! 5 MORE DAYS JOSEPH E. LEVINE maw. r THE GRADUATE ANNE BANCROFT, DUSTIN HOFFMAN OPEN 6:80 — SHOWN 7 & 9 • ctrrtto * Open dally 6:SO Shown 7 & 9 Sunday OPEN f:3o SHOWN 2 • 4 - fl - 8 Militants Demand Ban On Traffic in Berkeley , Cfilif. (At>) - A permanent ban on regular traffic along a main street leading to the University of California was demanded today by yotiffg militants following a July fourth "happening" allowed by the City Council. A crowd estimated at nearly 5,000 milled back and forth Thursday along a two-block area of Telegraph Avenue, claimed by an activist coalition as "our street." The spirit was one of a victory celebration. They .had battled the City Council for a permit to close off (he street and the council relent- SANDY BEACH Open 10 am-8 pm daily 'Children 40c (2 to 12) * Adults 75c Phone 377.9364 One mile east of Bethalto, or turn North off Route 140 at Meadowbrook. Watch for signs. LIFEGUARD ALWAYS ON DUTY ed after first denying that and other demands. Mass gatherings in the street a week ago touched off police sweeps and strict curfews and resulted in 132 arrests. The first rally, spearheaded by the Young Socialist Alliance without a permit to block Telegraph, was held to protest the "De Gaulle government's treat' ment of French students." Thursday's demonstration billed as political, featured rock bands and skits ridiculing police. It ended without any disturbances. illKBHlBei DANCE THIS I SAT. NITE I 9 -HI 1—Free Admission THIS WEEK—JULY 6 "Vern Motlock and Tht Serenade!*" Orch. § Hall Available for Rental ™ Any Night of the Week CHUCK LYNCH CHARCOAL House FEATURING STEAKS—CHICKEN AND FINE ITALIAN FOOD OPEN DAILY AT 8:00 A.M. SUNDAY AT NOON BROADWAY AT RIDGE ST. ALTON, ILL. Phone 465-3711 FOR CARRY OUTS ****** MID-AMERICA THEATRES OPEN 7:00—START DUSK NOW thru TUES. BIGGER than BONUS HIT TONITE "DIRTY DOZEN" Wtut they did to each other was nothing compared to whit they til to the enemy! *•£• "THE mans Btamuar '\M%% ' •, j-z®' ••< WfLLLLU BMLDEN "Fit; CUFF ViXCE EmVMUtS —CO-FEATURE— NO. 3 FRI.-SAT. "WICKED DREAMS OF PAULA" Mid-An OPEN 7:00—START DUSK NOW thru TUES. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT SAME NAME ... DIFFERENT GAME! BARRY EVANS JUDY GEESON- ANGELA SCOULAR SEAN CONNERY MMUUMMO URSULA ANDRESS DttNtf Looking for a car? Home? Job? Telegraph Want Ads are the place to THE WORKING MAN'S NO. 3 FRI. & SAT. •NAVAJO JOE" Burr Reynolds BIG GIANT V 4 LB. 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