Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 31, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, May 31, 1963
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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, MAY 31,1963 Paul Simon Speaks at County Seat Program EDWARDSVILLE — State Senator Paul Simon, in a Memorial D;iy ndrlross hero Thursday, urg- husinrssman, professional worker find rilizens in all areas of Arm'rk'nn life. rr) riti/rns to stand beside our! I'rior to Simon's address the country's uniformed men and women in the finned forces in the continuing flight for freedom 01 all fronts of American life. He was principal speaker at the Memorial Day observance at Wood lawn Cemetery. "We are here to honor men and women of our armed forces who gave their lives to preserve the freedom of our great country," Senator Simon said. Senator Simon observed however that a share in the preservation of freedom is extended from our uniformed service men and women to the laborer, Edwardsville Municipal Band pre sen I i'd a concert. The invocation WP.S >:iven by (lie chaplain of the American Legion post. Daughteis of Union Veterans also participated in the annual observance. Motorists to Kick ALGIERS—Algerian motorists ire moving to protest the now ind higher tax on gas. Capacity Announced KARACHI — The capacity of Pakistan's newest, power station vill be 200,000 kilowatts. Read Telegraph Want: Ads Daily "Get the Fastest Suntan with MAXIMUM PROTECTION!" says Elizabeth Allen Elizabeth Allen co-stars in the John Ford production DONOVAN'S REEF" a Paramount re/ease There's no tan like a Coppertone suntan! With Coppertone's "sun-balanced" formula you get the fastest suntan possible with maximum protection. And Coppertone helps prevent dryness, peeling; keeps skin soft. So, enjoy the sun. And get the best looking tan—rich, smooth, long lasting. Get Coppertone. It outsells all others by far! Product of Plough, Inc. COPPERTONE TAN, DON'T BURN America's No. 1 suntan products CREAM: for maximum "stay-on" during swimming or exercise. SPRAY: aerosol—for convenience and speedy application. SHADE: gives extra protection to all people with sensitive skin. LOTION: favorite for "balanced" tanning and protection. OIL: for those who want deepest tan and require less protection. New! World's most luxurious suntan body lotion gives 7 special beauty benefits) Copperlcwe is a Kfg. 7'.A/. vf Plough, Inc. THRIFTY DRUG STORES MEMORIAL FOR NAVY DEAD Representatives of the Navy Mothers organization tossed a wreath into the Mississippi from the Clark bridge Thursday morning as their part of Memorial Day observance. INTEREST HAS WANED What was announced as the last service to be sponsored by the Alton Memorial Day Council was held for less than 100 people Thursday at City Cemetery in the Federal plot. Lack of general interest prompted the announcement by James Davis, president of the Council. Struck With Ducks Rescued From Cat KANE — Miss Goldie Allen, who rescued nine wood ducklings from a cat Tuesday, is mulling over today that ancient wheese to the effect that virtue must be its own reward. At the time of the rescue, the mother duck eluded Miss Allen and fled. Today Miss Allen is stuck with the nine offsprings, which she is keeping in a box and hopefully scanning the area from time to time in the hope that the mother duck will return. Boy Cuts Scalp As He Looks at Boat on Trailer A three-year-old Altonian had three stitches taken in the top of his head after running into a pro- pellor of a motorboat Wednesday afternoon. Bert Balke, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Balke, 224 HiVista Place, was admiring the boat while he and his father had stopped to get gas in a service station. The boat, which was on a trail- |er, proved so attractive, the J youngster in his excitement for- I Cafe Burglarized ! got to duck while looking at the At Rosewood Heights | boat Greene TB Group To Hear Student CARROLLTON — Miss Terry Oiling, a senior at Blackburn College, Carlinville, will speak at the annual meeting of Greene County TB Association Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Day's Colonial room. Reservations are to be sent to Mildred C. Burns, office secretary, at Greenfield. • Graduates from ISO C A .RROLLTON — Miss Pamela Roads, daughter of Mayor and Mrs. Alan Roads of this city, is one of 17 seniors who will gradu- |atc this week from the Illinois School for the Deaf in Jacksonville. EDWARDSVILLE — Food items and soda valued at $25, including ham and potato chips, were taken in a burglary at the Ninth Street Cafe in Rosewood Heights, the sheriff's office was notified at 7:50 a.m. today. Entrance to the cafe, located at ?>0 S. Ninth St., was gained by breaking a glass pane in a doo r and removing the lock, in- He was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital. ElmPresbyterian \ To Hear Indian Mission Pastor The Rev. Carl W. Dickson, mis- vestigating deputies reported, j sionary-pastor of the Seminole In- The cafe is operated by Lillian j diana Parish in Oklahoma, will Sitze of Rosewood Heights. Blind Men Accused Of Chicago Burglary I deliver the sermon at Elm Street Presbyterian Church Sunday. The Rev. Dickson, an Indian, has been a missionary to the Indians for many years, and the Elm Street church contibutes to CHICAGO (AP) — Police have} hjs work accused two blind men of thej Thc , serv j ce w jn De open to the! burglary of the Illinois Training | public. School for the Blind. , Larry Nowlin, 22, of Chicago) A Tahitian barbershop pro- was charged Thursday with steal-(vides guitars rather than maga- ing radios and tape recorders j zines so customers can play while valued at $482 and he told police j waiting. a sightless fi-iend, James Calvin Johnson, was an accomplice. Police said Johnson was a student at the school and that Nowlin was a former student. Nowlin was expelled last week for misconduct, police said. He told police Johnson suggested the burglary to "get back" at the school for the expulsion. Johnson checked out of the school for the holiday weekend j and was being sought. i Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" I FRIDAY & SATURDAY Home Grown STRAWBERRIES 3 Qt. Box 1.00 On sale by the case if you want to put some up. FRESH TOMATOES 3 Lbs 590 Firm for slicing. Sweet Corn 49c doz. Cuntuloupe 3 for 59c BROADWAY & MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET / 2530 East Broadway Club Hears Ernest Opp At Bethalto BETHALTO — Bethalto Rotar- ans, Wednesday night at Zion .utheran Church were told of tak- ng about 125 band students on band trips. Ernest Opp, director of music or the Bethalto School System ind a Rotarian, told members low well students act, and how hey can do some mischievious hings also. Visiting Rotarians included Mil .on Cassella and Harry Nevln o Alton, and Herman Wilkening o Wood River. Castro Tours Soviet Missile Installation MOSCOW W) — Prime Minister Fidel Castro has seen a Soviet rocket base such as he once had in Cuba before the rockets were removed under U.S. pressure. Tass, the Soviet news agency reported today Castro and Premier Khrushchev inspected a rocket base but didn't say where. The two have been on a vaca- jtion on the east shore of the Black Sea. It is known that some bases are in that vicinity. BEAT THE HEAT!! 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See Medallion homes on display throughout this area. For free booklets, write "Medallion Home Booklets," Union Electric, 315 North 12th Street, St. Louis 66, Mo. Or call your nearest Union Electric office. — UNION ELECTRIC BUSINESS MANAGED. INVESTOR OWNED. SERVING TWO MILLION PEOPLE

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