Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 16, 1960
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THURSDAY, JUNE 16,1900 ALTON 1VENTNO TELEGRAPH Upper Alton News Events flOTTLft I'HMIWA flUMHjQH Elmer Krome. 458 Leslie, Wood River, reported to Alton police Wednesday night that someone had thrown a beer bottle through the left front window of his oar while it was parked Maf uMf intense* tton of Pearl and Bozza streets. lOttK KBRLBY BOOT TO tlNMVITRD GttBIT John Kerley, 515 Lampert St., reported to police Wednesday that •'•'-'^^^^^^•••••^••^•••••^••••MHiHHMM^HHB^MMMI You Don't Hove To Be A 'Millionaire" To Buy Furniture At Jocoby's.. . Easy Budget Plans Tailored To Suit Your Needs ... No Carrying Charges Added! Jacoby's Since 1883 427-433 I. Iroodwoy Alfon, Illinois Police returned htm to hrt rest- deuce. a large dog had come to Ms houM|ter Car* Home at 1414 Milton Rd. and had been there two days. Kerley told officers that the dog appears to be a spitz. It la white, and wears a red collar, he said. MAN WANDKRMfl OH MILTON ROAD Police Wednesday answered a complaint that there was a man aimlessly wandering the streets in tiie area of Milton road. Officers investigating the complaint found John Henry Phipps, 66, who resides at the Stahl's Shel- RONAL0 R. ftOBTALD COATS fUDCCIVCS SCHOLARSHIP Ronald Goats, 1?, • son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Coats, 3836 Aberdeen, has been Iwarded a Madison County scholarship for ent with tttt lanwt number of his children. Men win be used in the worship service featuring a men's choir under the direction of Rayford Raby. Youth fellowship Is scheduled following; the evening service. BIBLE SCHOOL BREAKS ATflONtlANCE RECORD* Vacation Bible school attendance at Calvary Southern Baptist Church has broken all previous records, according to the Rev. Howard Todd Taylor, pastor. High attendance was recorded Thursday with 373 present, 377 enrolled, and a 351 average attendance for the first four days. The school will continue daily. 9 a.m. to 12 noon through Friday, June 24, with classes for children 3 through 16. Activities for pupils Include art work, wood .work, recreation, refreshments and Bible study dally. The church Is providing transportation for children upon request. The Rev. Taylor said that the annual group picture of the school will be taken Friday at 11:45 a.m. The school will sponsor a pic- Ideal FATHER'S DAY Gift We Give EAGLE STAMPS Charge Accounts Welcome 314 Bell* HO 2-2722 four years of undergraduate _^ study at the University of IHl-j ni c'at the church on'the closing nois - j day, June 24. Parents and fami- Ronald, who. was graduated!lies of all those who attended from Alton High this June, j the Bible school are invited to IpJans to study chemistry at the attend and to bring a picnic I university. i basket lunch. Soda and ice The Madison County scholar-!cream will be furnished by the ship stipulates that Ronald must!church, enter the university either in June or September of the year he receives the award, so he plans to enter school next September. BARRICADE TONE IN ROADWAY Vircel Telkamp. 1317 E. 5th St., reported to police Wednesday that Ronald is an Eagle Scout, andi th <?re was a barricade cone in the White They Slept Intruder Cuts Clothes Off 3 Forest Homes Children is active in Explorer Post 57 here. He is also a member of the OuatoKa Society. He served as a state representative to the Illinois state congress in the Youth Legislature program of the YMCA in April. In high school he was active in the science and the pep clubs. REV. WEATHERS TO ATTEND CONVENTION northbound lane of the 900 block of Washington avenue. Investigation by police disclosed that the cone had been removed from the center line, which had been freshly painted. Officers returned the cone to its original position. REPORTS WINDOW PANE x PUNCTURED BY BULLET Mrs. Catherine Hickman of. 2308 Hazel St. called police at 12:15 The Rev. Robert Weathers, km. today after she discovered a screen and storm window pane in her bedroom had been punctured pastor of the Hillcrest Church cf the Nazarene. and tvvo of his c h i 1 d r e. n . Charles, will Ruth leave Anne and this afternoon for Kansas City, Mo., :o attend a general convention of young people, missionary and schools which begins YOU SAVE MORE! By Buying Quality Fabrics at PAUL'S FABRICS! PP" *i WEEK-END SPECIALS PONGEE AND SILK & RAYON PRINTS 39 - 45" wide. Washable 79c Sunday today. Mrs. Weathers and son, Dan- |ny. left Alton Monday morning jfor Sioux City. Iowa, to visit | Mrs. Weathers' mother, who suffered a heart attack. Mrs. Wea-j by a bullet. Police on investigation recovered the leaden missile under a bed. From its appearance, they concluded it was "nearly spent" when It hit the window. Mrs. Hickman said that about 9:30 p.m. she heard a sound like a firecracker exploding. Looking from a living room window she saw someone run through her yard. She thought no more of the inci- thers and Danny will join the! dent until she observed the hole in rest of the Weathers family at the window when about to retire. Police held the bullet pending 'the convention. The Weathers' children will i attend the young people's meeting, while Mrs. .MSathers will attend the missionary and the further investigation of the incident. REV. O'BOYLE AT MAIN STREET BAPTIST Rev. Weathers the Sunday school meetings. \ On Sunday, the Nazarene Bushnell, III., will preach two RftWARDSVTLLE — An Intruder who entered a Forest Honww real- dencr early this morning cut the nitfit clothing from three children sleeping in a bedroom before he apparently was frightened away, the sheriff's office was informed this morning. The clothing was found on the floor, officers said. Deputy Clyde Tisdel Jr.. of Bethalto, who instigated, said HIP incident occurred at the home of Charles Rudd, 1428 First St., For- pst Homes. A window on the west side of the house was forced by the intruder, who then slit the night- clothing from Rudd's three sleeping step-daughters, aged 11. 8 and 7. None of the children were mflt tested and all failed to awaken, Rudd reported. Investigation by Deputy Tisdel disclosed that a 14-year-old boy fn the family had been awakened about 1:30 a.m. and thought he heard someone running around the rear of the Rudd home. A neighbor reported she was awakened about the same time when a ladder in her yard was knocked down. Rudd said the intrusion was not discovered until this morning when fhje three step-daughters awakened to find their nightclothing had been removed. Deputy Tisdel said a sharp knife apparently had been used by the intruder to remove the children's clothing as they slept. Dog Warden Appointed For Alton Appointment of William Michael Tueth of 919 Pearl St. to fill the newly-created position of city dog warden was announced today by City Manager Graham W. Watt. Tueth went on duty today, but it was indicated by Watt that there will be an orientation period of 10 days or more for warden to become acquainted with his duties. The dog code is to be gradually brought into full operation and it likely will require a few weeks j time before a full enforcement j schedule is worked out. « ' Today, Tueth was in conference with Leo Fitzgerald, superintendent of sanitation and inspector of licenses, and their first step was to make a visit to'the Alton animal aid shelter where provisions fori shelter and impoundment of dogsj will be.provided under a contract with the city. As previously announced, t h a dog warden will work under general supervision of Fitzgerald's license division and Police Cliief John M. Heafner. I, Only important river wholly within the United States that Post Office Solves Its Pigeon Problem BALTIMORE, Md. (AP) - The post office is rid of iti pigeons now. The walls have been • steam scrubbed and to keflp them dean, a pulsating electric current Is being sent through shock wires to send low-flying pigeons sky-high. flow* north is the St. John's) It cost the government $39,975. River of Florida. ' feiegrapF'Want Ads "CLICK" Tops FOR ON FATHER'S DAY, JUNE Ifth Pops I ill whiti on whitt imien 500 Nothing quit* givts a man's wardrobe th» touch of •(•gone* it will havt with whit* on white shirts. Th«s» art tailored in tht very latest collar styles of the fiBost fabric. MEN'S STORE 211 Pfasa St.—Downtown, Alton—HO 2-8223 Transitionals Traveling On a Tiny Ticket 12 Wonderfully wild and splashy are the deep, dark r«<ft, greens, and browns of Batik print separates by Century. Of 100% combed cotton, here's a fun-loving set that's airy and cool . . . will take washing after wash* ing . . . stay crisp as new the summer through. Misses sues. Keg. $1.19 Yd. The Rev. Richard O'Boyle, of j ch two; trial sermons at the Sunday! Open Monday and Friday Nights 'Til 0 P.M. morning and evening services j of the Main Street Baptist! Church. The Rev. O'Boyle is presently i the pastor of the First Baptist j Church in Bushnell. He holds a! COTTON PRINTS Keg. 49c O Yards for '1.00 PLISSE SOLIDS AND PRINTS 39c Reg. 49c - 69c Yd. Keg. to $1.29 DAN RIVER PLAIDS 36 - 45" Wide. 79c Sunday, General Assembly will convene in Kansas City. There will be between 13-15,000 persons in attendance. The Rev. Weathers iwill assist in the communion ! service at the assembly. The Weathers family will „. , „ _ . leave the convention on Wednes-j B - A - de 8 ree from Shurtleff Col- oav. June 22. for a short vaca.MW 6 ' and a RD ' from Bethcl tion period before returning to'Theological Sommary. Earl Kirby will lead the .mid-j week prayer and Bible study at 1 ;CALVARY BAPTIST the church at 7:30 this evening.! I PLANS ACTIVITIES Vacation Bible school will con-, Southern Baptist' tinue tnrou S h '™* 1 we f k ' ™f! 'time has been changed at 9Ml); Alton on July 1. Yd. I Calvary | Church, the Rev. Howard Taylor, pastor, emphasizes regular church activities this weekend a.m. to 12, rather than the inal 9 to 11:30. PAUL'S fabrics |206 Stole St. Phone HO 2-9022 Alton) 110 N. State, Jerseyvifle, Phone 771 | with morning worship services j MICHAEL ARMSTRONG jat .8:30 and 10:35, and'Sunday' ^^^ HO8PITAL 'school at 9:4!). Training Union planning meeV Michael Armstrong. 10, son of will begin at 4:30 Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. William Arm- 'followed by the regular Training l? strong, 2013 Park Ave., has re- fourth last Aug. ' turned home from St. Louis ! Evening worship, which starts | Children's Hospital where he iat 7:30 will be in observance of »«• been undergoing treatment j Father's Day, and gifts will be i for a blood disease, i presented to the oldest and the! ™ s was Michaels (youngest fathers present, as hospitallzation sim-e Uvell as the father who is pres-' ust ' . While in the hospital. Michael was visited by Alex Grammas, Cardinal baseball player, who presented him with an autographed baseball and autographed pictures of the Cardinal players. ;GRADUATES FROM ABLE SEMINARY Robert Glover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glover, 2611 Ida St., was graduated Monday night ifrom the Baptist Bible Seminary in Johnson City. N.Y. Glover had completed a three year course at the school. He experts to enter the ministry .shortly. Mr. and Mrs. Glover and their two daughters, Brenda and Paula, attended the graduation ceremony. REG. 7.99 The *m«rt look ia catuali wear, hurry ia. Entire ** ag * A of lark casual* en tale. 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