Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 17, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 17, 1960
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Section 2 Pages 13-22 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL,, FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1960. 5c PIT Copy Member of The AubCfltiB $176,800 Appropriated For Board of ROXANA (board of Roxana Woman's Club j imet at the home of the presl- jdent, Mrs. James R. Venable, ROXANA - The village '.Wednesday for the first board board met Wednesday evening meeting of the new year, in the council room of the Com- Plans were formulated foe muntty Building an ^jan^jpnli.|p rogrnms for the C0 ming year ji-ts for the club were The club will attend pr) the Municipal Opera In St. nance appropriating $176.876 for " J ' onrv to April 30. 1961. was pass- A bid from Madison County : Au «' 2S to sec " Rod H<?ad \ ' Tractor and Equipment Co. was, Thosp attending were Mrs. accepted at $3345 far a Masse>-! wmiam Collman. Mrs. \\il1iani Ferguson tractor and loader. A bid of $415 was accepted from Machinery, Inc. of St. Louis for a stone and sand spreader. Paper Drive Hamilton. Mrs. Elsie Johnson. Mrs. Merlr Young, Mrs. Paul Polter and Mrs. Roy Eraser. paper drive Saturday in the village limits only, beginning af ROXANA — Boy Scouts of|9 a.m., according to Scoutmas- Troop 25 will have a waste-iter Dewey Bail. Eight Faculty Members at Sit Promoted EDWARDSVtLLE - Eight Southern Illinois University faculty members of the Southwestern Cnmptis wove olcvutp-l Wednesday at n moot ing of tho board of trustees in Carbondale.J Promofnd from ;issistnnt tni associate professor were Dv.' Milton B. Byrd. English; Dr.j Howard V. Davis, education: Dr. Hyman II. Frankel. sociology: Dr. Herrold E. Ileadley.j music: and Dr. William ,I.j Probst, chemistry. Vivgll Sey- Upper Alton News Events mour. supervisor of the evening college at East St. Louis, was named assistant professor of so-| iriology and Ray C. Gwilllm was named assistant professor of ! mathematics. Both have been i instructors in their fields. Dr. Nicholas T. Joost. newly appointed head of the humanities division of Ihe Southwestern Campus, was given a full professorship. Nine new staff appointments, for the Southwestern Campus MIKE AND ALEX Michael Armstrong Is shown here with Cardinal infielder Alex Grammas after Alex presented him with an autographed baseball and pictures of Cardinal baseball players. The presentation took place in St. Louis Children's hospital. Michael returned home from the hospital on Tuesday. Road and Bridge were also approved by the board fin fid III Father's the "Skipper" HEY KIDS! Shop our children's gift bar for Dad's gift! U*c ihi* check lift. Lapel handkerchiefs.. Initial a handkerchiefs.. V for After shave lotion Cologne Interwoven Underwear 89e Wembley Ties Belt Rack Me SI 00 $100 s,oo S I DO Slot! to I S I 50 I up $100 Key chains Lariat* Cuff links Tie clips Belt;. $150 $150 ,,50 *|50 S I 50 Jewi'lry ho.\es Bar Tie racks "P SI 50 'I 00 up Reg. $1.50 ties Reg. ft Boxes Jewelry SI 00 Shop Tonight Until 9 P.M. $100 'I 00 of trustees at. the meeting. Named as associate professors were Ur. Charles S. Hensley, associate professor of English at Harris Teachers College! Dr. Patrick HARLAN MOt'LTON ON WAY TO THE NKTHKRLAXDS . Harlan K. Moulton. son of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry W. Moulton, Taylorvllle, has been chosen as an exchange student from Tay- lorviile high school, and is now EAST ALTON - Wood River; 0 " nis wa >' to Woudsend, The A. /11 ' RJJ j Township road and bridge fund isi 1 , _ ,,, , . rR 'J! in the black at present, it was re- i Harlan is the grandson of Mrs. i Frankli " Jolwison Sported at the town board meeting'Millie Moulton, 2609 Ida St. tribute to the drive are asked to have their paper either in boxes or tied firmly in bundle*. OFAIft RftlJSS FIRED IN RTfUBCT August M. Tlmmerrfteler, 2831 Salu St.. complained to police Thursday that there were youths firing air rifles in the street by his home. Police investigated, and ap- | prehended one youth with an air ; rifle. The officers administered j a stern lecture, and warned him |that a reoccurence of the incident would result in his gun be* ing taken from him. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL CONTINUES The first week of Bible school ut Allen Chapel filled to capacity the kindergarten and primary departments. Because of limited space, registration in these two depart- i ments is closed. I The school will continue next j week each morrtlng from 9 a.m. I to noon. i Staff for the school is: Mrs. i Hazel M. Killion, director; Janice Ballinger, secretary; Gerald Brewer, pianist; Mrs. Edith Brewer, superintendent of kindergarten department; Mrs. Mildred Ballinger, Mrs. Rosie Sinclair, Mrs. Cloto Baker, Mrs. Lillian Weston, James Killion, Josephine SALEM BIBLE SCHOOL WILL OTOVr MOJTOA* Vacation Bible schedT at tin Safem Presbyterian Charon Wffl begin Monday at 9 a.m. Mrs. Lucille Brlnkman charge of the school. REPORTS GO<CARM nt of Erie, Penn., arrived at the v&Mtemy this afternoon •fMnd a few days as guetts ot the Jackson family. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur and their three children, An anonymous \wwnan ctltor reported to police thursday that children were operating go-carts In the streets of the new addi< tlon on Wickenhauaer drive. Police investigated the call, but found no trace of the go- carts or their operators. THOMAS BBUHIK BITTEN BY DOG Thomas Belchik, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Belchik, 3802 Western Ave., was given emergency treatment at St. Joseph's hospital Tliursday for a dog bite. Police said that the owner of the dog had been located and had been instructed to keep the animal confined for the required period. BOYS TO SPEND SUMMER WORKING IN WICHITA Joe Stock, Terry Barton. Leo Daniels, a'nd George Griffin left this week tor Wichita, Kan., where they will spend the summer working for a'construction company that is doing repair work on an airfield on the outskirts of Wichita. BROWN STREET BIBLE SCHOOL CLOSES TODAY The vacation Bible school of them to tvinovt It it mere, Penn., arrived at fftt academy this afternoon, to California. They will sfWfltt the night as guests of the Jack- ions. Dr. Silvers and Col. Jackson were classmates at Princeton University. BASEBALL BACKSTOP BLILT IN STREET Marvin Miesenhelmer, 2424 LaSalle Dr., reported to police Thui-sday that some children had constructed a baseball backstop in the street. Upon investigation, officers discovered that the backstop had been built at the end of the street In a small park area own* KOLIDWT MI riXTWfEK 2211. Km 434 N. Wo«d W*w Ave. the University of Maryland since!!"'"'™ •" ««• l °™ °° ara meeuug -m, „,„«„«,,. <«* aaa «. .^Snd^arte^dWarlm^ ^ B ' <o ; v " strce * B aP ttst Church 1953: and Andrew J. Kochman. Wednesday night at the township. He left Springfield by plane '™ *"™ ga ^*^™ '' I?™? toda / * 1th a record at " associate professor of speech at clerk* office in East Alton. on June 8 for Chicago, then flew P"™**^ ^ JS:h±^£^. „„,_ _ - NOTICE ALTON MOOSE No. 951 ENROLLMENT CEREMONY SUNDAY, JUNE 19th - 2«00 P.M. FOLLOWED BY FREE TURKEY DINNER 8821 College Ave., Alton, 111. jjJ"J|JffBBS!SB?]j|'j''jjFS8S8B'*'***'jF?JJJ^jjg^^jjj^gg Another Service from Citixens . . . WHERE YOU GET MORE IN SERVICES! Alabama College. Roacl and bridge expenses were to Montreal, Canada, where the Roberta Berry, superintendent,! There were 548 children en-i as.isfuit nrofe<- • reported down the past fiscal year i exchange students had aSsemta-' ! " n re Frnetlt Lhuskv !<iue to the loss of the Milton area led for embarkation. : Were li,]neS1 L,. SCnuSK. land Mrs. Mabel Hickman, Mrs. ""vard. Mary Ann University of Chicago Ph. D. through annexation to Alton. The group sailed from Won- j SL*"'!, ,Ji^T* candidltP in anthropology and Ri-mnnthlv hills nntwnvwl liv HIP' f,.ooi nn t.,n/» in .,!>,-,.,,,,4 »u« o <? ! lca> -' lc ' B «" u iit-ifcia. Alfi-ed D. Curry. University of Illinois Ph. D. candidate in ed- rolled in the school. Ethel Green church secretary, was director, ueation and Dr. Spear, assistant health education Richard professor D. ol at Fresno State College in California. Three instructors were _ Bi-monthly bills approved by the; treal on June JO aboard the S.S. ! board totaled $13,906.78. Bills were: j Seven Seas. ' Wilson,jot the school. The closing program for the; town fund, $5.7-10.03: general assistance fund, $L',205.4'J; and road; and bridge fund, 55.9GJ .31. Junior Department: Mrs. Em„ , .,, . ma Wright, superintendent, and Harlan wi I arrive in the JVefh- ;Miss ^.^ Evans and on June 18. He will par-j Jacksoni tcachers . school will be held tonight at 7:30 in the main auditorium of the church. The program will jbe under the direction of the BEFORE YOU GO GET •uDMus.Munu.^.sioj.cH. llcipate in tours and group dis- "":.„.:",' » ,, Rev Frank Wellington Fund balances reported by the eussions whjle tnere and n ' m re i Junior High: The Rev. John|^« D "" «."S° . board were: town. $21.413.37; gen-; turn to 1his count on August |W. Wright, Instructor, and n.tril m-d-.ifil r. ».-.A fTJ tin.4 J^T. ... ..-I •' O** T\ it .«.*.!—. TIT 1Vffm_t!u B...J 1\jf u « ap- . eral assistance. and pointed: Glen E. Howerton, art:!"*" 1 and bpld S e ' S57.4W.W Karl A. Sauber. economics: and Richard E. GUffy. geography, 15. ! Myrtle M. Martin, and Mrs. • Hazel M. Killion. helpers. CARS COLLIDE AT WASHINGTON AND SALL Automobiles'driven by Juanitaj Lowery, 43, of 637 Grove, Wood Horse Bite Costs Hospital Notes EDVVARDSVILLE - Two area: Us Owner $32,000 ;:* e "is sss SEE:; j^vf >-*^^™^^^ May :>> ^^J^^\^*« *™ «». been awarded it on avenue and Saiu River, and George Clouts, 49, of CALVARY BAPTIST PLANS ACTIVITIES Vacation Bible school at Calvary Southern Baptist Church will be held daily next week •^^j^j^Hi-Wtten"^"™ e*j ;riheTnt™7oT5 W^j f <™ 9 *•"• lo «*»• Admitted .were: Miss Barbara! in Circuit Court in St. Louis. According to police, the Lowery vehicle skidded through the struck tlie ind Miss Murtha Bush. Rt. I. Discharged were: Mrs. Albena i j oc key William W. Humes •Jones. .Si3 tiartiejd: 'Mrs. Ellu fled *hat the Kiclng stallion "Sal's | McComiell. 3.12 Liberty. Son" clamped its mouth shut on liis leg and "shook me like a dog SCOL'TS TO HOLD .would shake a slipper." PAPER DRIVE Humes told the Circuit Court „ ,, 0 tn , ,„ Jury Thursday that the injuries • . C " b Sc0ut Pa ? k 17 ; occurred March 23, 1959. after the du ^., a _ paper ... dr iy e _... Monday evening he Bible Macoupin Farmers Union to Meet CARLINV1LLE - Macoupin j ° WTCr - Dr - c C)n ' County Farmers Union willj""" to meet at 8:30 p.m. Friday at St.! ho ™ e - hired exercise and train the morning in the North Rogers and College Crest areas. The scouts will begin the drive Mary's Hall. Carlinville. The] Humes said he hasn't been able at 9 a.m. meeting will be based on the;' 0 rid<? since - He aske d $80,000 Residents who intend to con- subject. "Farmers Union View-;damages, point of the Coming Wheat Referendum." survey series will begin the study of their last, book, "Pentecost to Patmos.".The discussion will begin at 7 p.m., with John Iwittman as teacher. I On Wednesday evening, there 'will be a teachers and officers meeting at 6:30. At the same time, there will be a youth choir rehearsal, and the Hour of Power Prayer service will be held at 7:30. The Rev. Wellington will conduct an illustrated hymn sing. He will also present a picturol with a musical background. i The Rev. Wellington will then i present musical selections on 'a carpenter's saw. a guitar, a harmonica, and a five-cent balloon. There will be an illuminated flannelgraph story under changing colored lights. The Rev. Wellington will also present Tiny .and Chocolate, his ventriloquist's dummies. A motion picture showing willj conclude the program. W. A. JACKSON TO SPEND SUMMER HERE William Andrew Jackson, younger brother of Col. Ralph B. Jackson and Maj. Charles B. Jackson arrived early this „,, , „ . . u i ,11 . The adult choir rehearsal will | morn||)g from gan Franc £ co to begin at 8:00. On Thursday, there will be an spend the summer at Western Military Academy.' Attend ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS-.Mr. and Mrs. William Bond Sr., plans'^ L°cust gt., Wednesday night Moose to Induct 43 Candidates Association W.M.U. executive Ja & ^^ ^ meeting at 1 p.m and v»lta-| c ,, f h h , , 4 i^-,.1 ..-ill KM halt*! of K »dK I * Orinda. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weeks National Bank TRAVELERS CHECKS Plan Burger Day ROXANA Further plans;"" ^" sl =»•• "eanesaay mgii! Forty-five candidates tor mem-l, ''hlw" at ""noon"on" Fridav were discussed tor the Rotary; attended graduation exercises i KTship in A!ton Moosp Lodge 931 be_neici at noon on rnoay. Burger Day June 18 at the ^ Southern Illinois University, wiH be illfluctcjd Sunday in a pro- f'fj Vtrti-^M /4 fi In t f* .-, «** *1» _ Ii- .. _.._ *^ r starling at '2 p.m. in the tion will be held at 6:45. Adult, class meetings will be he i? at j^ 0> .... their two children formerly TleBlble SC ' 1001 ™° WlJl! :of Orinda. Calif., and presently CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 325 Smith Avt. CL 4-3142 East Alton HOURS: f a.m. to 4:30 p.m. dolly. Friday tvcning until 7 p.m. Closod Saturdays. Dairy Maid on Thirteenth and Edwardsville road at. the Wed- Carbondale, to see their son „..,,. „ . . , William Bond Jr. graduate. |lodge ha]| ?>m Co ,, Ave The nesday evening dinner meeting 1 *olknving the ceremonies Mr. , Map | ewoodi Mo-i ritual leam wiu of the club at First Presbyter-. a " c Mrs. Bond and two .of their officja(e . A furk dinJ7er wjl) fl , ian Church I children, Linda and Joel, at-. )ow Visiting Rotarians were Jack ten < ed * r * ce *™ 1 the home ' -----------------Gainer of Alton, Herman kening. the Rev. Manley Mace, Karl Kayser and Aaron Martin of Wood Ri\-er. Jerry Bandy, new owner of the Dairy Maid. was also a guest. Read Tele S'' a P n Wa »» Ads Daily FREE Denutc and Cofftt £v«ry Sunday Morning Prescription Delivery ZIKE PHARMACY Dial CL 0-3363. Rosewood Ht*. NOW! SAVE S 1.00 ON EACH GALLON OF THESE FAMOUS GLIDDEN PAINTS ENDURANCE HOUSE PAINT R<9. 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