Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 5
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June 26, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH STATE TROOPER TRAINEE terget 1 ?'^ eek police trainIn S sch001 Program M a at Springfield— and then may be as- ss? 0 ' »*• **•* First Woman Trooper Training For Force An Illinois Special Report By EDWARD S. KITCII SPRINGFIELD, 111. (API-Cadet Joanne Mariani soon will be proudly wearing the badge of a trooper in the Illinois Slate Police force. She is the first woman accepted for training in a 10-week course at the Illinois Highway State Police Training Academy. She may also be setting a first in women's rights for equal opportunity. She is scheduled to be graduated July 12. Mrs. Mariani, 39, is the mother of three teen-age children who live with relatives in Evanston 111. Joanne served eight years with the Evanston Police Department. She was a patrolwoman and was given a leave to train for the state police job. Police Career Her police career dealt with crimes involving women, young girls and children. After she qualifies for her new police job, she likely will be attired in fashionable apparel as a plainclothes officer attached to the state's crime section. As one of 33 cadets in her class, she joins in sessions beginning a( 8 a.m. and often ending near 10 p.m. The school operates on a seven-day week schedule. Mrs. Mariani lives with a family off the academy campus located on the Illinois State Fair Grounds. Male troopers are quartered in barracks at the school. The course requires 638 hours of study and classwork. Subjects range from studies in criminal law, accident investigation, first aid, and firearms handling to public speaking. No Special Treatment Joanne neither asks for nor receives special treatment. "Other than the fact that she's female, she's like everyone else that goes through here," said Cpl. Robert Kearns, assistant director of the academy. But Joanne likes school. "It keeps you busy going to school," she said in an interview. 'It's very interesting, and they do a very wonderful job." Mrs. Mariani is divorced. Her desire for a police career fulfills her desire to work with people. "They are about as interesting as anything on this earth," she said. Joanne's appointment as a cadet is contingent upon her passing the course that lias an average dropout of one in seven. "But I'm passing," she said happily. Hartford Pack To Meet Thursday HARTFORD — All scouters and their families of Pack 20 will meet at the playground Thursday at 6 p.m. to go in a group to Wilson Park in Granite City for a potluck supper, followed by the regular Pack meeting. Cubmaster Ben Thornbough will ba in charge of the pack meeting when awards will be given to the scouts who have earned them. The cubmaster also announced that a scout paper drive will be held Saturday July 6 beginning at 10 a.m. and all Cub Scouts and their dads are to help collect the papers. Given the choice of white clover or alfalfa in the same field, the honeybee will choose clover. Alfalfa pollen is harder :o reach. PAGE FIVE Jerseyans Leave for Camp in Missouri JERSEYVILLE - The first group of campers left Monday for the annual outing of the Jersey County Boys' and Girls' Club at Camp Red Bud on Lake of the Ozarks near Kaiser, Mo., and will return Sunday. In the group were Stephen Abbott, Larry Allen, Jerry Bauersachs, Gary Beiermann, Ronald Blotna, Robert Catt, Stanley Cox, Mike Cronin, Greg Darr, Greg DeBerry, Ronald Egelhoff, Gary Fransen, Jerry Hal Fry, Douglas Gardner, Danny Hatcher, Terry Lane, Bromley Lewis, Michael Long, Rodney McFain, L o r e n Mensing, Dennis Narup, Jimmy Dates, Gregory Perdun, Richard Perdun, James Powers, Roger Reynolds, Jerry Ridenour, Ted Ringhausen, Danny Simpson, Dennis Slover, Dennis Smith, Hugh Snell, Ron Snyder, Dennis Rus- Warner, Ronald Tribble, sell Welch, David Lillis, Torn Woolsey, Carol Cox, Rose Mary Cronin, Burnella Fredenberg, Debbie Freshour, Donna Fry, jnda Gunterman, Linda McCoy, Karen McSchooler, Dawn Mauzy, Yvonne Mensing Elaine Muntz, Connie Gates, Jenny Oates, Joyce lintoul, Paula Robinson, Jeanne Stevens, Vicki Sullivan, Donna Witt, Mary Arnoldi and Gail •lumiston. Counselors going with the group included, O. A. Wilson Jr., sponsor of the boys and Girls Club; Miss Susan Wilson, Madison, Wis.; Miss Sue Archer, Affton, Mo.; Vliss Nina Lesh, Hazelwood, Mo., Mrs. Mary Jacobs Jobes of Loretta, Pa., Miss Jan Heiderscheid, Tim Trask, Brownie Beauchamp, Mrs. Ruby Miller, Mrs. Charles Johnston, Mrs. Joseph Baumann, and Miss Margaret Archer of Jer- ieyville. Parents of the campers took hem to the camp Monday. On he return trip Sunday a school )us will go from Jerseyville to ake the second week campers to "lamp Red Bud and will bring lome the first week camp group. At Wisconsin Camp JERSEYVILLE — Miss Linda Beach of Jerseyville left Sunday or Ripon, Wis., where she will pend a month at Camp Sand- tone. She will return to Jersey- rille July 24th. Marriage Licenses JERSEYVILLE — Marriage li- enses were issued in the office f County Clerk Linda Crotchett n June 24 to Miss Cheryl Jean Veese and Gary Granklin Kroes- chel, both of Jerseyville, and to Richard Bruno Gross of Rte. 1 Jerseyville and Miss Florence Hilda Rich of Rte. 1 Hettick. Fire Destroys Shed JERSEYVILLE - The Jerspy- ville Fire Department was railed out at 10 a.m. Sunday to extinguish a fire in a shed back of the Hamblen's Grocery, on East Carpenter street. The fire apparently started from a trash fire nearby and the shed and contents were destroyed. JERSEYVILLE - Michael Duncan, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Duncan of Grafton was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital for treatment Monday following an accident at his home. The child caught his right hand in the wringer of a washing machine. Following treatment he was released. Dawn Harper, 3%, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Harper of Jerseyville, was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital at 5:45 Monday. She had been bitten by a dog, receiving superficial scratches under the right eye and lower lip. She was dismissed after treatment. Parents of Son JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Charles White of Jerseyville have given the name Jeffrey Dean to their infant son born June 21 at Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Elaine Purcell of Jerseyville, Charles White of Medora and Mrs. Eva White of Joliet, 111., and is a great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. L. Wayman of Jerseyville and Mrs. Annie Eden of Staunton. Before her marriage Mrs. White was Miss Judith Purcell. The couple has two other children, Renee, 4, and Brian, 20 months. TEHRAN — Press censorship by Iran's government is reported. Jersey Band Students Will Attend Camp JERSEYVILLE — Severa' members of the Jersey Commtin ity High School hand will leave Sunday for Charleston, where they will spend a week attending music camp at Eastern Illinois University. They are, Linda Weller, Barbara Weller, Carlotta Steinacher Sherry Allen, Teresa Sears, John Sunderland, Daryl Gardner, Kenneth Rreden and Mike Brickey. They will take special work in the instruments they play in the lo cal band. Don Kimpling is bane director of Jersey Community High School. Directors of the band at the music camp will be Herbert Lee of Peoria Township High School. To Attend Assembly JERSEYVILLE - A group from the Jerseyville Assembly Order of Rainbow for Girls will leave Thursday for Chicago to remain until Sunday attending the Grand Assembly at the Conrad Hilton Hotel. They are Diane Bunvig, Judy and Nancy Cope, Gail Kincade, Carol Kruse, Martha Sue Powel, Mimi Grabbe, Annette Boner, Judy Ellerman, Judy Chipman and Mary Naylor. Miss Ellerman is Worthy Advisor of the Jerseyville Assembly. Accompanying the girls will be Mrs. Aron Cope, acting Mother Advisor of the local Assembly, Mrs. Alice Miskell, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ellerman. Here from Texas JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Mary Jackson of San Benito, Tex., ii spending three homes of Mrs. weeks Leona at the Smith o Fieldon, Mrs. Roy Powers and Mrs. Fred Schultz and other relatives in this area. Home Irom North Carolina JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs Otto Davenport, their son and Money Problems? - - CONSOLIDATE If you are unable to pay your payments, debts, or bills when due, arrange payments you can afford regardless of how much or how many you owe. One place to pay. No co-signers or security needed! ALTON BUDGET PLAN 309 RIDGE Bontted and Licensed HO 5-2911 •••••••• Open Saturdays 'Til Noon ••••••••• daughter-in-law, Mr. and M r s. Donald Davenport of Jerseyville, and Mrs. Edwin McHenry of Springfield, have returned from Goldsboro. N.C., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Otto Davenport's son and daughter-in-law. Sgt. and Mrs. Wilbur Davenport and family. Master Sgt. Davenport, who is making a career of the Air Force, was recently transferred to t h e North Carolina base. Dog Vaccination JERSEYVILLE — A campaign to enforce the Illinois Rabies Law entered its initial stage in Otterville today. Dog owners had previously been notified that a dog vaccination clinic would be held at the polling place in Otterville with two veterinarians present to administer the vaccine. The hours for the clinic will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Announce Birth JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jess of Jerseyville are announcing the birth of a boy June 23 at the Jersey Community Hospital. They have named the baby Scott Wood and he weighed 7 pounds and 6 ounces. He is a grandson of Mrs. Richard Wood Jess of Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. John Scoggins of Jerseyville and is a great-grandson of Mrs. Laura Boston and William Allen Sr., of Jerseyville and Mrs. Lewis N. Wiggins of Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Jess was formerly Marjorie Scoggins. They have a daughter. Debra, 4. Alderman Smith Will Become Shell Retiree A laser organizes the haphazard agglomeration of light waves of all colors and sends out: single-color waves moving all in one direction. The word laser is former from the initial letters of the device's function- light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. More than 800 languages and dialects are spoken in India. About 40 per cent of the population speak Urdu or Hindi. Alton city council will shortly have another retired resident among its members. At the city finance committee! session, Monday night, Alderman Harry A. Smith of Sixth ward, mentioned that he soon would have added time for his duties as a council member. For 36 years he had been employed at Shell refinery, and expects to retire as a shift foreman there in mid-August. Another alderman in the retired status is Clifford P. Dabbs of Second ward. He retired last Dec. 31 after a 50-year association with Illinois Glass Co. He already has been given one special assignment in a city council matter of theory he had some leisure time for an investigative activity. Firms to Move CAPETOWN — Several South African firms are expected to move if racial troubles continue. Spain to Export MADRID—Spanish canners report they will soon be.f' exporting fruits and xegetablts in tins There are 4,01-1,489,600 square inches in a square mile. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearers of false teeth have suffered real embarrassment because their plnte dropped, slipped or wobbled at Just the wrong time. Do not live In fear of this happening to you. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH, the alkaline (non-acid) powder, on your plates. Hold false teeth mow flrmly, so they feel more comfortable. Does not sour. Checks "p!at« odor breath". Get FASTEETH at drug counters everywhere. WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING AT SLACK FURNITURE and APPLIANCE CO. 203 W. Third St.—-Downtown Alton Long Terms—Many, Many Months to Pay! THE O UCKEST, ' SLEEKEST TO GO UNDER EVERYTHING perfect answer lo yo«* demand thai a pantie br<«l have the weight of a feather the long wear that fine* fabric gives, and the fit and comfort of a second ikl*. Individually packaged. White only. Sizes: 4 to S. Elastic Leg Rayon or Cotton Band Leg Rayon or Cotton Sizes 9-10 In Elastic Leg Rayon 69c Nylon Brief, Sizes 4 to 8 $1.00 Alton Plaza and WHshire Village, Open Monday and Friday Nights Till 9 p.m. 'ALADDIN'S GIANT JUNE CARPET SALE! FREE! Hoover Deluxe VACUUM CLEANER WITH 32 YARDS OR MORE OF ANY OTHER CARPET DURING THIS SALE! Every 5 th Yard FREE When You Purchase 4 Yards at Regular Price! Choose from these Luxurious Carpets ... 100% CONTINUOUS FILAMENT 501 NYLON 17 Colors! Deep Texture Pile! REG. 8.95 Every 5th Yard 100% 501 NYLON 12 Colon! 10 Year Guarantee REG. 9.95 Every 5th Yard 100% WOOL It Colon! Hi-Low Loop Pattern REG. 8.95 rorci Every 5th Yard rlftt! 100% CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON 9 Colon! Textured Finish! 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Everything about our JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET says luxury car except the price- rich, roomy interiors, Body by Fisher craftsman- Chip, choice of engines up to 425 hp*. CHEVY II Is a thrifty one with lots of upkeep savers. But you could never tell from its stylish looks or 1EVROLET, spnghtliness. The sporty CORVAIR'S rear-engine traction and sensitive steering will have you seeking out secondary roads. And CORVETTE, of course, is America's only full-fledged sports car. Quite a difference, right? But lots in common-lika Chevrolet dependability and the Trade 'N' Travel AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S deals now at your dealer's. *o P im<d «t «*» «« TRADE N'TRAVEL ; S3 'TIME ; Jig*!! 1 * NT PHIS ON CHEVROLET, CHEVYI, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE Authorized Chevrolet Dealer in Alton REILLEY BROS., Inc. 912 E. Broadway Phone: HO 5-7787 in Wood Rivet ALBREGHT CHEVROLET, Inc. 222 Edwar^sville Road Phone:CL<4-0616

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