Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 21, 1960 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1WO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGfi MNWfcifcN Upper Alton News Events REV. ELLSWORTH Rev. Ellsworth Resigns Post at Edwards Street The Rev. J. W. Ellsworth has resigned as pastor of the Edwards Street Assembly of God Church to accept the pastorate of Bethel Assembly of God Church In Quincy. The minister has been pastor of the Edwards Street Assembly since December, 1955. In that time he has been instrumental in leading a marked growth of attendance and membership, the erection of a new 31. The Rev. Ellsworth wait ordained to the ministry hi 1051. He has served churches hi Missouri, Murphysboro and Pawnee. Prior to his entry tttto th* ministry he headed a trapshoot firm in Oklahoma, his home state. A farewell party for the minister and his family will be held tonight, 7 o'clock, at the Rock Spring Recreation Center, Rock Spring Park. The departing pastor will deliver his farewell address this Sunday. Me and his family will move from Alton the following day. The Rev. Shoemaker will be the 13th pastor of the Edwards street church. The church was the first Assembly of God in the St. Louis-Alton area. It. was formally established in 1915 but was a mission church for many years before that. RED LIGHT IN SKIT GETS OFFICIAL STATUS The red light traveling the heavens at night in this area has reached an official status witih the announcement that it was seen from Upper Alton. People in the region may be certain that the red light, per forming its puzzling tricks, is really up there. An anonymous astronomer residing on Semin- tng what appeared to be an upward path and going northwest. As tt did so Its brightness and its coloi' faded. The astronomer has more than a little experience with these situations. HP said that he ruled out the possibility that the ob- was the tail glow of a jet. It didjalso in opposition to the P' lin re ported seeing a "i-ed glow" in !l|p sk - v * 1HK nmv hpcn Photograph-jMrs. Lester Klope, county chair not act like that. Especially its had arranged a meeting with, . „,„.„.' " ' " initial stationary position attest- him at 2:30 p.m. today. tne SRy ' wedn **>ay Edwardwitte Mayor Says Photographs ! Social plannitl « Mcct _ 4 _ _^ f r*i i » m 1 Scheduled for Monday He Oppose* Manager Plan Taken of 5 EDWARDSV1LLE -Mayor William C. Straube told the city plan commission Wednesday night that he was opposed to the city manager form of gov- Foaterburg Group Saw 'Red Glow' Galaxies jpct was HD air plane, or thp redjeniment and that a local nroup ; Robert Cranp of The executive board of Madison County Social Planning Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the social rooms at First Presbyterian Church, Wood Riv- CHiCAGO Science Service — ',«*. A clinin of five galn.xies. one of. The White House conference on Foi«terburg ""' ""vwt remarkable-objects" in!children will be discussed and ed to this. 'Later when It began to move, it did so in an unpredictable pattern. It moved away and then toward him, appearing to be much higher. BOY, 8, RUNS tfftO tltOK r MOVIJm AUTOMOBILE Danny Curran, 3, of 2201 Johnson St., escaped serious injury when he ran into the side of a moving automobile, > near his home Wednesday at 6 p.m., police reported. Petitions are being circulated here by members of the Edwardsville League of Women Voters in a campaign to secure an election on the council-man- night. Ho first saw the glow, in the northwest at 11 o'clock ahd it "hung with (ho S^-inch telescope at the i man, will report on this phase. W. J. Texas in the sky" for 10 minutes. Five Tlir fh-o galaxies arc believ« |Pf "*"«rt McDonald Observatory in!There will be workshop confer- jences and a county health de- for a vote in minutes later, the glow to br physically connected. U they "» tal1 - Wl11 ** peared six miles west of the first •'"''' wrangwl as a chain in space. ager form of government. A! similar proposal was defeated | n bv voters in 1957. >y vuiein in inui. ... «ilntM» '• The mayor thanked the plani" K ^ a plan <; commission for its work and cited the growth and development of the city as leading to it is unlikely that this configuration if. stable. 11 is ;i?so unlikely that the chain j is due to chaiKt 1 . Drs. E. M. and He called his wile, and hisi G - R ' Burbidge report in the cur- brother and sister-in-law. and :r( '"' Asti-ophysical Journal. The 1 " b * "* Crane. "atW moved they viewed the glow. husband and wife astronomical bin belief that the community "It kept coming on and off. J?'. m work vat * he u ^ verKit f of needed a full-time mayor and I like a light," Crane said today. •,, h " 1 ? K ° s 0 Ye>r „ Observatory. The young of shrimp pass through 10 larval stages. Donald, operated Jointly by the Universities of Chicago and Texas. Quintets of galaxies are very, rare. The Drs. Burbidge suggest that this system represents some transient stage in the formation or evolution of small groups of galaxies. Galaxies are groupings of ** "B»»-j v>i CTJIC, aaiu ivj\jr*jr, .t-im r» tt»- j -vf I -»*i* •««»<-... *-• - o- — i e»that his salary, and that of! "It glowed for the last time HilliHms E *^ ™*^_*™_ Mc ; billions of stars, and there are The boy was taken to St Jos-S councilrnen - f" 0 " 1 * 1 * commen-1about 3:30 a.m.. It seemed to go'was just like a big red light be- countless billions of galaxies in the ph's Hospital where he wa8' sumte wltn * e P° sitlon> The half-way around the earth. It'ing turned on and off." 'universe. eph's Hospital treated for bruises of the back and released. Driver of the car was listed c.s Henry Hawkins, 2519 Humbert St. Hawkins told officers the boy ran from behind an automobile and into his automobile. MISS CHRISTOE UNDERGOES SURGERY Miss Helen Christoe, 1218 ary street spotted the thing Wed- ,„""»» nejc " "™roe. «« nnutnv niahf I Washington Ave., is in Alton nesday night. Most of what has been heard and read about the thing is true — and further exploration of its source may now go forward on an official basis. It certainly is Memorial Hospital where she underwent surgery Wednesday. Her condition is satisfactory but it is not known when she will be discharged. She entered mayor declared that the city could not be run on a part- time basis and that It was fortunate that he could put in as much time as he has on city business, because of the nature of his work. The mayor would not indicate what local group he was meeting with today. SIU Guidance Tests Scheduled Friday EDWARDSVtLLE — Guidance tests for prospective Southern Illinois University students will not the sighting of some crack ! Tues / lay Miss Christoe is ajbe held at the Alton SIU Center teacher at Wood River High'Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. School. In other cases: Tests will be given in the audi- Mrs. Clifford Boomershine of it., is in Alton Me- educational building, the pur-!pot. chase of a parsonage, the con-! The light appeared in the di-j struction of a large car lot, and! reef ion of the Civic Memorial other achievements. i Airport last night shortly after He also served as secretary! 10 o'clock. It maintained a sta- treasurer of Section 8 of the j tionary position which excited the Assemblies of God forJ^jJ" ,^,^7™^ £ day but it is not known wheniships and in sectioning English years. Prior to coming to Alton.got his field glasses but n we, dismissed. Her con-land mathematics classes, ache served as president of a dis-!™*h of things had difficulty to- , , «.ti«f«rt«r» 'cordine to Dr. William F. Sana- torium, 2809 College Ave. The tests are designed to help 1 a leg and!faculty members in counseling back ailment, a member of the students. They are also used family said. She entered Tues- as a basis for awarding scholar- cusing them before the red demon was out of sight. But before this happened he trict of the Assemblies. The Rev. Lloyd Shoemaker, of Peoria, has been called to,^^ mentaj \^ _, , . ...led all that had been street church. The minister will jwitihout , he im ritnatur hold his first service here July [ Upper Mtm gighting dition is satisfactory. Charles Gaertner, 250 Herbert St., is in Wood River Township Hospital with an abdominal ailment, the nature of which has 'cording to ghan, supervisor of student affairs at the Alton center. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE—Two area of an! no * determined as yet, a residents were admitted Wed- 2 -Hour Service at Our Plant 1-Day Delivery Service On Request CLEANERS 2501 State St Dial HO 2-1911 He said the object was "quite bright and quite red" and an- ne.mber of the family said. He!nesday to St. Jpseph's Hospital, entered Tuesday but it is not i Highland. Three patients were known when he will be dis-! discharged. One birth was re- Saturn. To the means that about the size of a small pea. "The thing did not go up, < omer reported. Then it started to move, tak SAVE Buy your furniture on Easy Budget Payment Plans... NO CARRYING CHARGES ADDED! So ... SAVE ... Buy at peaTed to~bT5«rihe ^^ ^^ ^ o{ ^°°2£ * Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie jand Mrs. James E. Phelps, 351*jSchiebal, 909 Handle, a son, at i Hoover Dr., was scheduled to 111 :19 a.m. Wednesday, weight ibe discharged today from Alton j eight pounds and 11 ounces. The j Memorial Hospital after under-! mother is the former Marsha | going minor surgery Wednesday, j Harting. i The boy entered Tuesday. Hls ! Admitted were: Albert Wal- 1 condition is satisfactory. lace, 1013 Georgia; Miss Mary i Dillon. 908 Holyoake. ". PROWLER REPORTS, ONE Discharged were: Mrs. Marie ALMOST CAUGHT IN NET Strader, 312 East Vandalia; Two reports of prowlers were Mrs. Leona Hoppe, 824 Ann; made to police Wednesday night I Mrs. Edna Spitze, 613 Grand- ?>nd in one of them the prowl- ;view Dr. or took along a badminton net' * ' "T ££E n u»i Mr*: Robert Beachum SS VKi-r S5£i Fined "* Ea " Alton shortly before 11. o'clock. The; EA ST ALTON — Mrs. Robert person fled but the complain- Beachum, 410 Ohio St., was Jacobys Completely Air Conditioned 627-633 E, Broadway Alton, Illinois fined a total of $20 and costs today on charges of "careless CLEARANCE! SUMMER CLOTHES MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Short sleeve sport shirts drastically reduced to two low prices. Sizes S:. M, L. XL. Regular $2.88 . . Regular $3.»8 . . $ 2,99 SWIM SUITS *| i It Regular I8.M . , Bermuda Shorts •349 Regular $4.98, $8.98 LADIES' DRESSES - Entirt Stock */4 to J / 3 OFF Skirts - T-Shlrtt Swim Suits - Shorts - Jamaica* */4to%QFF SLEEVELESS BLOUSES Entire Stock, Befttiar «.•§ H 00 uul M.BB IIW Md IS.M Wtlshiie Village and Alton P/aia Ojwfl Friday* MMdayi Till Mat ant found that he had knocked down and dragged for some distance a badminton net. j driving" and "disorderly con- The other report came fromjauct" resulting from her arrest a resident in the 1600-block of| at approximately 2 a.m., police Jersey street. The complainant I repO rted. said he saw the man prowling j According to a police report p.bout his home. The man wasl she %yas arrested after two pa- I wearing a light-colored short- trolmen observed her driving in sleeved shirt and drove away in! ^ e W rong lane of traffic on a light car. Berkshire .avenue early this Police made unsuccessful | morning. j searches for both prowlers. :' After spending the rest of the ! SYDNEY FERGUSON AMONG ! nignt in *f Alt ° Tn ^ U> sl ^ fif" THOSE AT MB™ OAHP iSSj^fSjStd ££ Miss Sydney Ferguson, ISOOiguiity to the two charges. Washington Ave., is one of two 1 Alton students taking part in! _ j T the Dlinois Summer Youth mu-j May Grand Jury sic programs at the University _ of Illinois. Also attending is! To Be Kecalleu Otil Judy, IfiOS State St. irnwARnwniF Tte Mav T-L. :~ ««.*. j T..I.. in rvlJWArCiJoVll-iljJl- — l lie iviay The session opened July 10' and will continue to Saturday. The music program, conducted by the University of Illinois Division of University Extension, in cooperation with the School of Music. The program is in its 12th year. During their stay the young musicians are living in Allen Hall, a new university dormi- ory. Rehearsals are scheduled in September as is customary at this time of the year, to consider routine cases. Madison County State's Attorney Dick H. Mudge said the grand jury will be in session about three days. during the day and leisure hours are spent in carefully balanced programs of recreational, social mid cultural activities. '/2 PRICE SALE Regular to 14.99 Jacqueline and Corell! Heels 747 on UNO's Delighte and 'waltz oil with whites, lustres, pastels, blonds, specs, navte*. chic patent* that will make your fashion lovin* heart do flip-flops! HI heels, little heels styled in Italy, maddest straw 'a Iflattoer wedgev in every «lze , . . going, going at half-price. C'mon, it's your lucky day. cow* Special Purchase Shipmates Jamaica Shorts Regularly 3.98 A timely purchase oi our favorite makers remaining stock of well-tailored Jamaica length shorts in an assortment of pastels. Sizes 8 to 14. Get enough for all summer. Ready Now! 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