Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1960 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 7, 1960
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THURSDAY, JULY 7,1980 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FtVE RecewenHead Injury in Fall at Home WOOD RIVER Mrs. Bernice CHIT. 701 Madison St. Wood River, apparently received a serious head injury at 3:If) a. in. this mornini? when she fell down the stairs at home. The accident was reported by a neighbor. Mrs. Carr WHS taken to Wood River Township Hospital, then to St. Joseph's Hospital, and later to a St. Louis hospital. No further Information was available from authorities or hospitals in the area. Six children were treated and released Wednesday at Wood River Township Hospital. They were: Dehra Sue Barnard. 4. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Barnard, 823 Logan. Alton, for a deep laceration fo the index finger; Linda M. Peter*. 7. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin N. Peters, 734 N. Ninth Admits Robbing 30 Candy Stores i NEW YORK (APt-Police sayi Oerlad P. Zarkln, 24, nabbed Wednesday, had admitted robbing 30 candy stores in the past two; months. Police had coined thej tag "Bonbon Bandit" to describe the man they were looking for. ! The orchid grows from the world's smallest seed. St.. Wood River, for a laceration beneath the chin: Sherry' M. Sandbach. 8. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Sandbach. 212 S. 14th St., tt'ood River, for a laceration of the forehead> Cathy S. Flanders. 8, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Flanders. 113 Park, Wood River, for a laceration of the left wrist: Janice K. Harp. 511 Third St.. Last Alton, for a deep laceration of the forehead above the right eye: and Patty Lynn Warren. 10. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Warren, J47 V.. Tydeman Axe.. Roxana. for first and second degree burns to the left, hand, left knee and right low-i er leg. Youths Arrested For Vandalism At Belk Park WOOD RIVKR Vonr youths wore arrested shortly Hftrr 7 p. m. Wednpsday a I tor thfy broke 1 a \vstfr pipe 1 loaditm to a fountain in Ri-lk Memorial Park. Three of the youths \verr ap- prnhencU'd right after the inri- dent by Patrolman Pat Bell, and the fourth was held by » resident in the arpn of the park until ft? 11 could make the arrest. Two of the youths were t>om Kast Alton and two are Wood River residents, police reported. They were 'released to their parents and are scheduled to appear at 10 a.m. .Saturday he- fore Police Magistrate Thornton Lancaster on charges of "destruction of city property." Kred Penning, public works | superintendent, estimated thei damage at approximately $30. Read Ttjlegraph Want Ads Daily: Fix Up Your Home NOW and SAVE! NO MONEY DOWN! YOU CAN FIND EVERYTHING UNDER ONE ROOF! SEARS PLANS! INSTALLS! FINANCES! MODEL OF ATOM PLANE Rep. Melvin Price (D-East St. Louis) chairman of the research and development subcommittee of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, shows, for the first time, a conceptual model of the airfrarne for first L'.S. atomic-|M)\vered plane. The atomic reactor would be at the rear with jet engines clustered on either side. To Exhibit Art Works of SIU Student Worden WORDKN The Rev. W. L. Stillwagen, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church at Worden. v ill speak on "The Way of Luc" television program on KMOX-TV, Channel 4, Sunday ; morning. ol Charles L. Finke, SK 3, of the Arthur T. Towata. L'7-year-o)d' L'SS AlbemarJe, son of Mr. and Alton SIU student, will be ex- Mrs. Harold Finke, and Ber- hlbited Sunday at H tea spon- ( r.i.rd D. Clardy, of the USS Re- sored for occasion at Hotel i covery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stratford, from 3 to 5 p.m. i Wilson Clardy, returned to Nor- Art works - mostly oils ,Towata is an American-born Japanese. He resides with »Ir.!;, lcir pa ,. cnt . s and Mrs. W. Han-old Thomas. folk, Va.. naval base, by plane Monday after a visit here with 421 Belleview Ave. At SIU, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Van Home and son James, daugh- where he enrolled in September ^ ^ or w of 1958, he has a year to go and| and Mrs Wj , Jjam Bun(e o{ gt D)UJS retunied h^ Mond ay af(cr a vjsjr H ,j fn the Van has a dual major in art and economics. Towata was "discovered" by i Home's parents, Mr. and Mrs.; Mrs. EVelyn Buddemeyer vvhenlc. C. Van Home, at Ironton. he enrolled in one of the courses' Mo. she taught at SIU. His talent Mrs. Kva Welch, Mr. and progressed until it moved into i Airs. Kenneth Welch and daugh- ( a prime place in hir, ambition ters, Gladys. Marie and Mary — though he is a star student j Ann. have returned home after, also in economics subjects.!* visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lester- Next quarter, Towata will belO'Dell at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ostrow-. a senior. , , i . i-l-.y. Lovmtjton. were recent; Fora man so young, lowala es|s Qf M( . and Mrg Tony ; has , had broad cosmopolitan Mf af)d Mrs Hafo|d Kennedyt j experience. He was born a !v> , orden and Mrs l c Helton,! U. S. citizen in Los Angeles. Mattoolli h ave returned home] After World War II, hi* njoth- er took him and his brother to Japan, where he completed after e two-week visit with Mr. j p.nd Mrs. James Piper at Los' Angeles. Calif. j high school. He served during j Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Yur-j that time as an interpreter forjpHiles, Chicago, who were mar-i American forces in Japan. ' ried July 2, are visiting withj Upon his return to the U. S.,JMr and Mrs. Tony Ostrowsky.j he entered the Air Force and 1 ! Mrs. Yurgaites was formerly! there reversed his Interpreter: Miss Vera Cleary. role when stationed at' Scott i Ralph Pike has returned home Field Belleville. He interpret-if'"'" Community Memorial Ho<-! ed for oriental students sent toi[ jital at Staunton. the base. He then met Mr. and Mrs.; Edgar Allan Poo was taken by his parents from his studies at thej Ken Durham and became at-: Unjverslty of Virginia because of j live in the Cosmopolitan Club| huge Ambling debts, and assign-' at the Alton YWCA. The art exhibit Sunday is open to the public. Also, invi-! tations have been sent. The oilsj will be hung in the hotel lobby and, with several exceptions, will be left there for an indefinite time until sold. Sold paintings will be replaced with other Towata works. The ones that will not be sold are those bor-| rowed temporarily from an exhibit at SIU. Sponsors of the exhibit are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gaylord. ed to work in a counting house. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily'j SMART SHOEING AT SALE PRICES! FOUR Outstanding Groups! 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