Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1963 · Page 22
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June 20, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 22

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Section 3 Pages 23*34 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Food Television Amusement Established January 15,1836, ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, JUNE 20,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Wood River Banks OK'd For Township Deposits WOOD 1VER — Members of th Wood River Township Board Auditors Wednesday night approv ed an ordinance stipulating three township banks and deposltorie for funds. The resolution stipulates tha First National Bank of Wood Riv er, Illinois State Bank of East Alton and Bethalto National Bank Clinic Set For Tennis Players WOOD RIVER — A tennis clin Ic for youngsters and adults has been planned by the Wod River Recreation Department for July 8 through Aug. 9. The clinic, according to Leroy Emerick, city recreation director will be held at the Wood River High School courts with H. A Walmsley serving as instructor The fundamentals and techniques of the game will be taughl in addition to the social values care of equipment, scoring anc rules. Classes will be formed in age groups from 9 to 12, 13 to 16 and for adults. Casses will meet each Monday and Wednesday; the to 12 age group from 1 to 3 p.m.; the 13-16 group from 9 to 11 a.m and adults from 6 to 8 p.m. Registration will be held in the Roundhouse from 1 to 4 p.m. every afternoon until July 1. A fee of $2 will be charged each participant who must also furnish his own racket and ball. Edwardsville Pair to Mark Anniversary EDWARDSVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Clerence Boyles of 213 Schwartz St., will observe their 40th wedding anniversary Saturday. Open house will be held from 5 to 10 p.m. at the Moose hall. The Boyles formerly resided in Worden. LOAS—Eastern Nigeria's natural gas supply is to be harnessed for industrial uses. will be the banks to receive funds deposited by Supervisor Clyde Donham who serves as ex officio treasurer. As required by statute, each bank must provide the board with the two last statements of t h e 1 r resources and liabilities. Ills also stipulated that the amount of such deposits shall not exceed 75 per cent of the capital stock and surplus of such bank. A precedent was established at the meeting when for the first time a monthly financial statement was read. This new system of keeping a tab on expenditures and receipts was innaugurated at the suggestion of the Scheffel accounting firm, currently auditing the township books. Town Clerk Verdell Williams explained that such a statement will be provided once a month for the board. Bills allowed included: general assistance, $1,616.04; town fund, $3,162.67 road and bridge fund, $3,882.99. 13 Admitted To Hospital at Carlinville CARL1NVILLE — Thirteen patients were admitted and 14 were discharged from the Carlinville Area Hospital Wednesday. Admitted were: Nancy S. Drew, Dora Morehead, Ann K. Glander, Henry Keune, Leo PMf and George E. Ronk, all of Carlinville; Norman Sarginson and Dennis Woods, Chesterfield; Phillip M. Harvey, Milpita, Calif.; Laura F. Monroe, Dorchester; Frances Dugger, Palmyra; Emma Smith, Plainview and Bradley Meisenheimer, Hettick. Discharged were: Julia M. Angelo, Nancy S. Drew, Janet L. Gotcher, James C. Indelicato, Fred W. Leidner, Billie J. Cottingham, Theodore R. Hacke and Gustav L. Wever, all of Carlinville; Arthur Y. Delaney, Gillespie; Lorayne Mullens, Chesterfield; August H. Recker, Brighton; Elizabeth A. Sankus, Belleville; Martha A. Schmidt, Virden and Diane E. Gary, Blackburn College. NewRNA Officers Elected JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Jasmine DeSherlia of Grafton was elected county oracle at the Jersey County convention of Royal Neighbors of America Monday in the Holy Ghost Hall in Jerseyville. Mrs. Vera Woolsey is county past oracle. Other officers named are: Mrs. Dorothy Hillig of Jerseyville, vice oracle; Mrs, E t h a 1 Bradfish, chancellor; Miss Freda Freeman, Grafton, recorder-receiver. The district deputy, Esther Thatcher, introduced the supreme director, Mrs. Edna Buren, Bloomington; State Supervisor, Mrs. Esther C. Stanley of Jerseyville; Mrs. Anna Bell Wright, Murrayville, Mrs. Nelle Waldren, of Ohio, visiting deputies. Grafton was selected for the next County Convention of the organizations. 2 Treated for Lacerations JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Anna Gasper of Grafton was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital at 8 p.m. Tuesday for treatment of a lacerated left forearm received when she broke a coffee pot while washing dishes at her home. The wound was sutured. Stewart Antrae of Fieldon incurred a laceration of the forehead Tuesday evening when he struck his head with the corner of a car door. The cut required sutures which were taken at the Jersey Community Hospital. Fishermen Need Money SANTIAGO — A Chilean firm has proposed to develop the fishing industry of this country but will need American capital. 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