Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 13, 1963
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THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN RUINS OF WAREHOUSE The Goodyear Rubber Company nist FALN (Armed Forces of National warehouse in Caracas, Venezuela was burned by terrorists armed with submachine guns and who identified themselves as members of the pro-commu- Liberation). The fire caused more than one half million dollars damage. Photo shows National Guardsmen patrolling after the fire (AP Wirephoto) Betancourt Orders Arrest of Communists By PAUL FINCH CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) President Romulo Betancourt ordered the arrest of Venezuela's estimated 40,000 Communists and pro-Castro extremists Wednesday night following his escape from another asassination attempt. Betancourt said three Communist terrorists plotted to assassinate him Wednesday with a time bomb at the Roman Catholic archbishop's palace in Ciudad Bolivar, a river port 275 miles south- cast of Caracas. The president told a national radio audience that police nabbed two of the terrorists as they entered the palace with three sticks of dynamite and a timing device. The third plotter got away. "Society cannot he subject to continued risk to property and life by a group of pyromaniaos and terrorists," Betancourt said in ordering Interior Minister Carlos Andres Perez, to start an immediate, nationwide roundup of members of the already-banned Communist and MIR parties. The MIR, or Movement of the Revolutionary Left, is a pro-Castro revolutionary movement. The order was the toughest Be tancourt has issued subversives who began moving against him shortly after he look office in 1959. The next election is scheduled for November. The president has banned Communist: from the election. He has survived three previous known plots against his life and two revolts against his ,^vern- ir.ent. It is believed there were several other assassination al- cmpts that never wore announced. Betancourt, noting that the government cannot hold anyone without charges for more than 30 deys vowed that every Communist will )e jailed again as soon as re- eased. Such 30-day periods of detention could go on indefinitely. The president, a moderate left- st, said he ordered the arrests jecause the legislature was tak- ng too much time to enact an anti-terrorist emergency measure he proposed last week. The bill specifies 30-year prison terms for terrorists convicted of burning factories, one of their prime targets n a campaign stepped up since the Cuban crisis last fall. Communist and MIR member: n the Senate and Chamber of Dep uties have parliamentary immun ity to Betancourt's arrest order. The president, on a tour of the interior, went on the air from the Orinoco River village of San Fe lix to disclose the plot againsl him. He said it was thwarted shortly before he arrived for the dedication of the palace at Ciudac Bolivar. 146 Enrolled at Main St. School An enrollment of 146 was re ported at the Main Street Meth odist Church Vacation Bible School, now in its fourth day Miss Sue Snyder is secretary. The chapel service at the school this morning was le by Mrs. Harold Matthews. David Weiss and Paul Hull Girl Fractures Ann in Fall From Bicycle A 6^-year old Alton girl fel rom a bicycle and fractured ler left arm in an accident Wednesday. Sally A. Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fisher 1401 Rogers Ave., was riding the Bicycle in her driveway when he accident happened. She was treated at St. Jos eph's Hospital. Another Alton youngster was treated for a fall from "monkey Dars" in a neighbors yard bu suffered only bruises to the hip John Hartsock, 5, son of Mr and Mrs. Charles Hartsock, 386' Western Ave., was climbing on the iron when he lost his grip and fell. He was treated at Al ton Memorial. Wood River C. of C. Endorses Plan To Build Sewer WOOD RIVER — Wood River ownship Chamber of Commerce irectors Wednesday endorsed the Wood River township sanitary dis- rict proposed construction i o r Rosewood Heights, Cottage Hills and Forest Homes on the basis )i the detrimental effect the present septic system has on the lealth and safety of residents of those areas. Bob Hartig, president of the Rosewood Heights Improve- nent Association, discussed the need for the sewer system and listributed brochures describing tie project. The brochures are going to be distributed to the public. During committee reports, Jeanno Yakublan reported that plans of the chamber to coordinate con cession stand operations for the June 23 Civic Memorial air show are in progress. Yakubian is chairman of a chamber committee which look on the task thereby keeping the con cession stands operated by local people rather than by a proles- iional St. Louis firm originally designated to handle the job. Lee Allerton chairman of t h e own lorum committee, asked members to be considering pos- ible topics for the next public town forum meeting to be sponsored in the fall. Ed Underwood, who conducted the meeting in the absence of Clarence Jabusch, chamber pres- dent, offered comments on changing the name of the chamber so that an image of township-wide activity would be better conveyec to the public. Kane HOSPITAL NEWS EDWARDSVILLE — One are resident was admitted Wednes day to St. Joseph's Hospital, High land, and seven patients were dis charged. Miss Pamela Schneider, 608 Garfield, was admitted. Discharged were: Mrs. Earline Kaufmann, 12 Biscayne Dr.; Mrs. Vetta Libby, 1725 Troy Rd.; Harold Hall, Rte. 2; Miss Nancy Epperson, Rte 4; Mrs. Daniel Scheyer and son, 648 Frederick; Herbert Kays, Rte. 1; Derick Maguire, South Roxana. KANE — Mrs. Jack Hubbard of Clear-water, Fla., and Mr and Mrs. Charles Hunter of Fresno, Calif., are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel' Hunter. Robert Guilander, a senior a Southern Illinois University, ar rived Wednesday to visit his parents. Peter and Paul Wehrly ar rived home after accompany ing their grandparents, Mr. anc Mrs. A. J. Medendorp, on a trip to Niagra Falls and othe: points in the east. Mrs. William Witt and chil dren of Peoria are spending two eeks with her parents, Mr. an ATS. Paul Carlton. who are showing films each day, announced that the film for Friday will be "Albert Schweitzer." All neighborhood children are welcome. / CARPET SALE! BARWICK "SOCIALITE DuPONT "501" CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON 10 year written guarantee. WO MONEY DOWN UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY/ " SO 95 •'^% SQ. YD. FREE PADDING for This Special Sale! TRUCK LOAD TILE SALE - Continues This Weekend! • Hundreds of 9 " x9 " As P halt Cc 9 " x9 " Vinyl Cartons in Stock! TILE 3 Ea . TILE 9 Ea. DuPONT'S LUCITE WALL PAINT Reg. 7.50 Gal. NOW DuPONT'S _ LUCITE OUTSIDE $O5 WHITE PAINT $•950 Gal. Reg. $8.55 Gal. Gal. VINYL LATEX Rubberised, Washable WALL PAINT Do your bathroom U A e9i*> Tilo in Mosiuc toduvi mosaic i lie One ol the biggest stocks In the stutel All shapes and colors you might desire 1 Priced from 55 C S , q ' as low as «»**v |.-i, NOW! GOLD MOSAICS us low IIS 65c sq. (I. Nari. Adv. Brand VINYL LINOLEUM Rtg. $1,49 Sq. Yd. PARK FREE No Miters in Wood Rivir lleuvy '/»" Comm. Grade VINYL FLOOR TILE Keg. M»c Ea. Slight Imp. — NOW Ha. The luxury look In floor covering! 12"xl2" Translucent Vinyl Tile Keg. 1.2t each Slight Imperfects each PLASTIC WALL TILE AH Colors. Paste. mid Trim Available. Keg. 3l)o sq. ft. Now <>n only fcV Kit. or Kio sq. ft. Smart, modern look! Oonolito COUNTER TOPPING Itcgular 880 Ft! 59C LINOLEUM and RUQ 18 W. Ferguson, Downtown Wood River. Dial CL 4-2457— We Deliver. Wall Paint! We Curry DuPont's Luclte Wall Paint! ti& u 1 1 v >,. 13th Victim of Utah Truck Accident Dies ESCALANTE. Utah (AP)—Mar-1 McMirhael, Robert McNabney. jvin E. Porsrhatis, 29, Salt Lake Greg Mearlors. Everett Meisen-j^,,^ Wednesday night became er. Rnbrrta Hovey, Borky Hnck. Mike Johnson, Kathy Keck. Euol King. Gene Kunz. Linda Lawson. Luaiia Long. Sam Major, Janice McCormick, Anita McLain, Larry heimer, Dan Mucld. Linda Moxey. Nowaski, Honor Roll Announced At Roxana ROXANA — The semester honor roll of Roxana High School is as ollows: High honor roll, seniors, anet Dycus, Craig Johler, Julie iebur, Nancy Robey, Donna Robnette, Janet Sticht and Donna 'inyard. Juniors, Janice Ashbak- r, Carol Clodfelter, Susan Jones, Robinson, Don Roberts, Shirey Sticht, Margaret Walker, 'erry Waltrip. Sophomores, Vicky Arnold, Marjorie Blessing, Joyce Messinger, Sallie Jones, Charles Copp, Janet Lindley, Dorothy Sibey, Sheila Speer, Robert Steele, 'atricia Stimac, Linda Wacker nd Garyl Whalen. Those making "A" in all sub- 'cts were Janet Dycus, Nancy lobey, Susan Jones, Sallie Jones, )orothy Sibley, Patricia Stimac nd Linda Wacker. Second honor roll, seniors, Judy Barnard, Donna Bockholdt, Mararet Dalhaus, Deanna Davis, am Fleming, Gary Floyd, Keneth Floyd, Jim Frazier, June Huck, Greg Hutchinson, Charles urjevich, Keith King, Carol Leady, Drexine McGill, Marilyn VtcGill, Janice Nichols, Patty Parser, JoAnn Platter, Steve Pritchard, Bruce Scott, Ronnie Smith, Ihirley Snyder, Dorothy Starkey, Janet Steinbrook, Barbara Wheeler, Jeanne Wilson, Margaret Wilson, JoAnn Yates, Bonnie Wood- ai'd. Juniors, Sherilyn Arnold, Shar•on Belt, John Borchers, Robert Burgess, Tom Durham, Gail Ful- ex-, Sheri Harrison, Jeanette Hell- ung. Robert Helmkamp, Beverly Isted, Patt Kokorudz, Rick Man- •ing, Pam Merkus, Mary Palek, Janis Peach, Rosemary Perkins, Brenda Ralliff, Rise Rhea. Donna Smith, Steve Smith, Anita Steele., iandra Steele, Sandra Williams, Teresa Williams, William Willis, Sandra Wiseman and Carolyn Workman. Sophomores, Kathy Aldredge, Lana Anderson, Ramona Beasley, Janet Berry, Cynthia Catt, Gary Collins, Joyce Dugger, Judy Ede- lan, Janice Fearno, Rita Gray, Potter. Russell Rayborn, Landon Rhodes, Linda Rutherford, Jackie Schmidt. Kathie Simpson, Maxenv Slack, Elaine Slaughter, Tom Thorp, Judy Uhles, Karen Van Patricia I thp 1sth vict i m O f a ; n irk cr.^n Ronald | 4VlQf mioH five other adults and Meter, Jim Voils. Randy Voyles, Dolores Walsh. Linda Watson, Mary Wilkey, Don Witherow and Lynn Ennis. llhat seven Boy Scouts. F'orty-six were on the truck Monday afternoon when i rolled backwards down a grade, then tipped over into a ravine southeast of here near Hol?in-the-Rock. Telegraph Want Ads JUNE JUBILEE DIAMOND SALE! 20% to OFF OF BRIDAL SETS Regular Prices »<oiloble in 14K White r Yellow Gold ' Pay Weekly or Monthly It's Easy to Pay the Stone Bros. 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