Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1963 · Page 27
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 6, 1963
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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN Jones In term cut in Roselawn Gardens Funeral services for Andrew Jones, who died Monday, were conducted this morning at Marks Mortuary in Wood River by the Rev. Manley Mace, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. Burial was in Roselawn Memory Gardens. Pallbearers were Paul Howell, Paul Grissom, Lyle Fields, Ernest Middleton, Herbert Parker and Robert Ragan. PHNOM PENH—A vein of silver bearing lead has been unearthed by French miners in Cambodia. In failing health for a year, Mrs. Fannie Agnes Allen, of 3701 Coronado Drive, died at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in St. Anthony's Hospital. She had been a patient at the hospital since Tuesday. Mrs. Allen, 63, was the widow of James A. Allen. She Was born June 5, 1900, In Want things? Read the Want Ads. ALTON-WOOD KIVliH BE1HALTO Obituaries Allen Hamilton County, a daughter of :he late Mr. and Mrs, Colombus Sroyles. She came to Alton at the age of 20 and was married April 21, 1921, to James Allen. They moved to southern Illinois in 1932 and Mrs. Allen had resided at McLeansboro and at Herrin until eight years ago when she returned to Alton. Surviving are two sons, James A. Allen, Denver, Colo., and Norman Gail, Alton; three brothers, Rufus and Elon Broyles, McLeansboro, and James, Pueblo, Colo., three sisters, Mrs. Eva Smith; McLeansboro; Mrs. Cora Raines, Herrin, and Mrs. Lily Brown, Champaign. Her husband died in 1951. The body is at Marks Mortuary, Wood River, where friends may call after 6 p.m. today. Friday the body will be taken to Gohlson Funeral Home, McLeansboro, where visitation hours will be Friday evening. Funeral rites will be Saturday at 2 p.m. in Mt. Olivette Church, south of MCLeansboro. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Owens Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Alice Owens, 85, a former longtime resident of Alton, will be conducted Saturday at 9 a.m. in Sacred Heart Church, Granite City. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Edwardsville. The body is at Lahey Funeral Home, Madison, where friends may call after 4 p.m. today. The Rosary will be recited Friday at 8 p.m. Mrs. Owens, who made her home with a daughter, Mrs. Alice Nonn, 2438 Sheridan St., Granite City, died Tuesday in St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Granite City. Before going to Granite City some four years ago Mrs. Owens had resided in Alton for 30 years. She had been ill for mote than three years and a patient in the hospital for three weeks. Survivors beside her daughter are a son, James E. Owens, Wood River; a brother, William Quinn, Granite City; two sisters, Mrs. Catherine Herman and Mrs. Margaret Schmidt, Granite City; six grandchildren, and nine great- grandchildren. Her husband, Austin Owens, died in 1953. Ciele August Giele of Sliver Lake, Mo., father of Mrs. Gertrude Gulotta, 640 Leslie Ave., Wood River, died today in a hospital at Perryville, Mo., according to word received by Wood River relatives. Funeral rites will be conducted in St. Rose of Lima Church, Silver Lake, at a time to be announced later. Pending time of the funeral the Officials Urge Students to Stay in School WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic Sen. Paul Douglas of Illinois Was among four officials, including U.S. Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedy, who urged junior high school students Wednesday to stay in school. Other speakers who appeared at schools in the Washington, D.C., area were Francis Keppel, U.S. commissioner of education, Sen. George McGovern, D-S.D., and Serf. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass. The attorney general told of the serious lifetime consequences of dropping out of school. A citizen with less than eight years of education, Kennedy said, will earn only $4,000 a year—if he can get a job. A high school graduate can expect $6,000 and a college- trained person about $8,000, he said. "Make, a determination to at least finish high school," Kennedy told the students, "then you can decide whether you're going to college." DJAKARTA—Bibles are being sold on the black market in Indonesia at triple normal prices. body will be at Young Funeral Home, Perryville. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 P.M. POOD LINgg food savings 9TH and /V/ALBY Alton's finest ROUND CHUCK 69* CHILI . 49* Sliced Large Bologna • White Spray (Packed by Del Monte) •TUNA 4 I. S. N«. 1 NEW RED A-G Quality Whole Kernel • CORN 6- $ l°° .s** Stilwell Cut ! GREEN BEANS 8 £f l 00 Sturgeon Bay Pie CHERRIES Snider's Family Size 20 Oz. Btls. tloo Iceberg LETTUCE 2^29' California ORANGES 2 D oz89« New Armour's Vienna CABBAGE Head 10' SAUSAGE 5-'l« e Jumbo CANTALOUPES For Redeem Your Silver Dust Coupons Here! Free Glassware in Every Box! A-G Quality OLEO 2 LBS. Asstd. Flavors JELL-O 3 PKGS. MIRACLE WHIP • • • • • I =5 Birds Eye Frozen I LEMONADE 4 6 Oz. Cans | CORN == Frozen French | FRIES £s Teen-age n PIZZA Birdseye <•» 10 Oz. Whole O Pkgs. - ? ^ Lb. Bag * • Each 49c I Peaches «3 1COFFEE EE Krey's Pork - Beef 'n Gravy (sliced) Keg. 49c Can we 1 MEATS Deluding Sen. Paul Douglas, D- 111., turned out Wednesday night :o honor him and his wife at a testimonial dinner. Guests were served a variety of Set-man, Polish, Scandinavian and Swiss foods, long with beer or milk, in an informal buffet fashion at the International Inn. The swimming pool area at the inn was transformed into a Wisconsin beer garden setting for the $25-a-plate dinner. Instead of speeches, the guests listened to folk singer Theodore Bikel. On the menu was such fare as marinated herring, sauerbraten, lasenfeffer, k a s s 1 e r rippchen, nurnberger bratwurst and geraue- cherte brauernwurst. Honorary chairmen for the dinner, proceeds of which will finance Proxmire's re-election campaign n 1964, were Sens. Gaylord Nelson, D-Wis., Douglas, Joseph lark- D-Pa., Hubert H. Humphrey, D-Minn., Estes Kefauver, 3-Tenn., Wayne Morse, D-Ore., and Reps. Lester Johnson, Robert Kastnemeier, Henry S. Reuss and Clement Zablocki, all Wisconsin Democrats. Krebiozen Backers Mum Sausage Z§ Lbs - 1 ^^^^^ Hydrox Cookies ™. 45c POTATOES• VELVEETA2-79-' 89'! Sen Proxmire Honored at Banquette Ford Fires 15,^ As Leaders In Walkout safety violations in the! TORONTO - Canada is dei j veloping an entirely new sys- LAGOS — Nigerian ports are re-item of parks for motorists and ported'congested by ships. ! campers. WASHINGTON (AP)—An esti- CHICAGO fAPt — Ford Motor mated 400 friends and colleagues}Co. has fired 15 workers de-j of Sen. William Proxmire, D-Wis., i scribed by the company as lead-j ers of a wildcat walkout last nonth at the stamping plant vhere they were employed. The eight-day walkout by 3,700 workers May 13-21 idled 12.000 j Ford workers in plants across the country. The company, which announced :he dismissals Wednesday, earlier [ired Bernard Fox, president of lie United Auto Workers Local 588, and John Conway, bargain- ng agent for the local. The company charged the pair led the ivalkout after complaining about On Plans WASHINGTON (AP) — A Welfare Department spokesman says sponsors of the controversial cancer drug Krebiozen have given no indication what they intend to do about new federal laws governing the interstate distribution of ;est drugs. Federal officials conferred Wednesday with Drs. Stevan Durovic and Andrew C. Ivy, Krebio- zen's sponors, about requirements of the new regulations. One provision requires that an acceptable plan for continued investigational use of Krebiozen be filed with the Department of Health, Education and Welfare no later than Friday. In a statement summarizing the meeting, the department spokesman said officials pointed out to the two doctors that the law's provisions apply to all investigational drugs. The spokesman added that Dr. Durovic, representing Promak Laboratories, Chicago distributor of Krebiozen, stated they would consider what action to take. DISCOUNT! Ladies' and Misses' 4.95 to 9.95 FLATS Famous $ Labels Others $1.00 to $2.99 All Sizes and Colors In Lot WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway FRESH DAIDT BAKER/ FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FEATURES LEMON FUDGE CAKE Special Feature — Extra moist coo.) and refreshing . . . try this new delicious lemon fudge cake . . . sample before you buy! $ DANISH RUFFLE JtJUItIi LJd i74' MRS. SEIBOLD'S Special Feature — A real taste treat . . . ever popular Danish with a doubly dell-1 clous filling and tasty fondant Icing over all ... you'll be back for more! Phone In your order for French Barbecue Bread and Buttern" Cheese Bread . . . heat In Its own foil ban and serve . . . perfect for patio parties 1 Place your order early for Father's Day . . Shirt Cakes , . Straw Hat Cakes •••^""""• see our sample ^••^^ ^"^ Dads' Day Cakes! 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