Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 22
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 23, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1960 REMOVING A FALLEN THEE Margin Named To 8th Term By Union New Arrests Joseph G. Hargiss was Wednesday night to his eighth term as recording secretary and business agent of the Alton Painters Local. Thr term I* the first for two >eur« in the history of the local, ho said today. The two-year term WHS established in connection with H new change in the union's international and state bylaws which roquires terms of two to three years. Named president was John Lyons, who served previously, with In Violence HMom . |fr Aft RALLY «jm GUAM: Two afleged mtmbtM, ft m»n.IflltJlf JtftOfe S, artfl • girl, bended Wedms dlswrMng a nltgtooi meeting and milidous destruction of property. They reglftewd M Richard Brojrterman and Jean Saffelder. man made Sl.OOO bond but WASHINGTON, By fictelHfe Service — Naturally colofvd pink grapefruit joJee has Men developed by U.8. Department of Agriculture scientists. In the process of making the Juice, some of the pink-colored pulp CINCINNATI, Ohio (API-Other the girl wild not and was held.i frorn tne gfaptfruit Is finely i arrest* werr promised by police 1 Victim of the disorder was the j ground and added. Juice made today of members of a motor- Rev; Maurice Earl Ivie, self-rm- chairs. A spokesman threatened ulg bottles and upsetting folding 'Brother Ivie," she asserted, and told him that if Negroes among the congregation departed they -riding gang which Tuesday; claimed faith healer and owntr roa^d into a traveling reV the moWte "Full Gospel vival meeting, threatened Its p.* Church" which for-1CI days f. W tor and slashed a huge tefit to! been set up in nearby Miamltown. an interruption last year. Re-elected to other offices were Jack Logan, vice president: Harry Kulp. financial secretary; and Glen Rodgcrs, treasurer. There was evidence, police that racial antagonism figured in the affair. Mrs. Jessie Koch, one of about 73 worshipers in the tent at the time, said the gang of about 12 roared In. cursing, throw- would not cut down the tent. "The colored folk all got up and left except for Brother tvie's organist and guitar player," Mrs. Koch related. in thto mannet does not have the mttddy appearance of color, ed graptfrutt Juice made by con- ventlonal methods. The new Juice also has a higher content DOKEIAKEIY II* Henry Otel MOJ-«l« FRESH BAKED 00008 DAILY W* Sptefaffft fa W«*H*f 0* Nrfy of carotene, • mibttinc* the body convert! Jnto vRtitrtn A. BOXSTOMQE FOR WOTM WOOLMI Dial HO Mt77 NOTHING TO MY TIU FALL Huge tree at 1514 Clawson St. which fetl during the windstorm Wednesday evening. The tree fell over part of Clawaon street, and it was necessary to Mock off the street. City employes were busy this morning ratting off the limbs that extended over the sidewalk and street, before traffic could be resumed, The tree is on the Art Thomas property. —Staff Photo. House OKs Care for Aged Bill WASHINGTON (AP) — The House today passed a limited program of health care for some of tht aged. . '• The measure now goes' to the I Senate where advocates of broad-i er plans of health care hope toj expand it. ! The House Wednesday debated) the bill and gave it indirect ap- ; proval then by shouting down aj motion to send it back to committee. Such a move would have killed it. The formal roll call vote was held over until today to give absent members an opportunity to Demos Name Executive Committee KDVVARDSVILLK — Member- record their positions. Some members were attending funeral services lor the late Rep. Douglas H. Elliott (R-Pa). The health program is thr most controversial part of a long bill to amend the Social Security laws. The Houso plan is admittedly n minimum measure, but WHS the only one able to muster a mn- jority of supporters in thr HOUSP ship of the Madison County Ways and Means Committee ifter. Democratir Central Commit- eight weeks of disputes. lee's executive body, including It would set up a state-federal i township or area chairmen and program, applying to persons 65 j appointive members from the and older who are not actually on'larger townships, was announc- public relief, but so close to the'ed today by Democratic County border that they could not nipeij Chairman Walter T. (Buck) heavy medical expenses. An esti-; Simmons of Venice, mated 500,000 to one million per- Named by Simmons to the sons a year might actually re- executive committee were Jo- ceive benefits. seph Gruenenfeider, Highland; House backers of a broader pro-; Richard Lucas, Collinsville; gram looked to the Senate to rend I James Vanzo, Edwardsville; back a bill sufficiently amended I Bernard Mateyka, Cy Walker, so that a substantially more com- Granite City; John Brldick, for- prehensive health section could be mer county chairman, and John worked out in conference. iHaynes, Venice; Gordon Mal^| lory and Roy Edwards, Wood River; Wes Molloy and Leo iStrulf, Alton. Also serving on the county : executive committee are Mayor William Jenkins of Worden, chairman for townships in the eastern section of the county; Louis Zaganelli. Collinsville Township, chairman; Donald W. McLean, PJdwardsville Township chairman: Donald Broyles, Nameoki Township chairntan; Robert Gibson, party chairman for Granite City Township; Chris Costoff, Venice Township chairman; Alva Sparks, Wood Riyer Township chairman; William Warren, Alton Township chairman, and Eugene Kitzmiller, party chairman for Godfrey Township. Also members of the execu- i tlve body are Democratic j County Chairman Simmons; James Chapman, Collinsville, secretary of the County Central Committee, and treasurer of the county organization Harold Hillmer, Granite City. GET'EM TOGETHER... Ice Cream Seven-Up ICE CREAM Vacation School to Close Model Chapel, AME Church, Mitchell street, will have closing ceremony for its vacation Bible school. Friday at 10 a.m. Miss Lucille Galloway lias been the director for the two-week school. A display of handcratt will be shown. In Adelaide, Australia, private and government building is costing $15 million a year. 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