Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 14
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June 27, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN AJLTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 1,200 Kept Busy While At Premier Boys State I'flClivitics T Hoys now under way at Slate at Illinois Statr Fairgrounds included var- i<fllf? "schools," assignment of jobs to he completed, organizing of services to be performed and time oil) Jor recreation. There are 1,200 registered. for Ihr Law School, 550 enrolled to gain an insight into the various phases of law and how it affects people. This is accomplished through a scrips of lectures con ducted by the staff and gues speakers, after which the boys take a scries of examinations con slituting their "bar exams." They are then sworn in as Premiei Boys State Attorneys. At the police school, where 35C are registered, 120 are regularlj assigned "police officers." "Th boys are used in five dlfferen phases of police work. M o c I trials are conducted each day b; boys who have been elected judg es and attorneys. The civil service school has at enrollment of 140 boys. Its func lion is to show how the civi service merit system operates anc through a series of lectures the boys learn how examination? Irish Inn License Revoked EDWARDSVILLE — The county liquor license of Mrs. Ludie Shastid, operator of Irish Inn Tavern near Chain of Rocks Canal Bridge in the Granite City area, was ordered revoked today on grounds of selling liquor to minors. The revocation order, signed by County Liquor Commissioner Harold Landolt, was turned over to the sheriff's office late this morning for service on Mrs. Shastid. Chief Deputy Sheriff George Ramach told the Telegraph the order would be served early this afternoon. Landolt had taken the case under advisement last Thursday after a hearing at which three Roxana High School sophomores testified they had bought beer or liquor at the tavern on several occasions prior to a "party" the night of May 24, when Roxana police rounded up a group of teenagers and obtained admissions of purchasing beer. The revocation order was issued today following a conference be tween Mrs. Shastid's attorney, Landolt and members of the county board of supervisors liquor license committee. Cross-examination by State's Attorney Dick H. Mudge at last Thursday's hearing on alleged sales of liquor to minors brought out that a part-time bartender at the tavern had served a federal prison sentence for conviction of transporting a stolen automobile across state lines. Man Convicted For Defending Parents' Home WHEATON, HI. (AP)-A Hinsdale man has been convicted of involuntary manslaughter for slaying a youth fleeing a ransackec home. Theodore K. Hofmeister, 23, was convicted Wednesday under the Illinois Criminal Code which for bids the use of a gun to deienc property unless the owner is try ing to prevent a forcible felony Hofmeister shot and k i 11 e c James P. Crotty, 15, Feb. 10 nex to • the Hinsdale home of Hof meister's parents. The defendant testified he firec several warning shots at th running youth, then shot him in the back with the 22-caliber rifle Hofmeister was looking after tin house while his parents were on vacation. State's Atty. William J. Baule: argued that there is no unrest net ed right to defend property. H called it a relic of frontier days and added: "The law of the frontier is dead." Hofmeister's attorney, John Collins, attacked the law as one that burglars welcome. Hofmeister could be sentenced to 1-10 years in prison. He is free on 520,000 bond until a motion fo probation is heard next month StainpsConiiiiomorule Red China Refugee TA1PKI, Formosa (API—Tin Nationalist Chinese governmen put two special stamps on sale today in observance of the first an niversary of the arrival of refu gees from Red China after the exodus to Hong Kong last year TTie stamps used photograph: taken by P. C. Lee of the Hong Kong Tiger Standard which were distributed to newspapers arourtc the world by the Associatec Press. Onp stamp depicts a girl who burst into tears when told she }:V to return to Communist China Tlifi other shows a refugee carry ing his son and dragging his tear ful wife after they were forced to tum back. for civil service positions are completed. CD and Fire School Civil defense and fire chief school has an enrollment of 176 boys. It demonstrates the different fire hazards, use of fire extinguishers, mouth to mouth resuscitation and how to use t h e external or closed-chest cardiac message. The Boys State band number: 100 and participation is open t< anyone who brings an instrument There are rehearsals, a concert marching practice, and the band plays for flag raising ceremon ies. retreats and formal reviews In addition the band serenades officials and employes at the State Capitol. Premier Boys State has its owt hanking system, not only to safe guard the boys' money but to teach them hanking procedures Boys deposit and withdraw funds write checks and money order? and familiarize themselves will hanking, including the observance of strict hours of deposit a n c withdrawal. The recreational program a I Boys State is open to all boys. There are organized tournament.' in various sports and activities, is well as opportunity for leisure participation. The culminating activity is a tug of war. Has Newspaper Premier Boys State has its own levvspaper, issued daily to t h e 1,200 at the event. It reports the daily happenings and programs occurring at Boys State. Boys Become editors, reporters, sports vriters, feature writers and car- oonists and interview visiting of- icials and speakers as well as •eport events at Boys State. A post office is operated, serv- ng 1,400 individuals, including staff. Boys help sort and deliver mail and keep regular post office lours. During the week at Boys State ive buses are kept busy transporting boys to Softball games, incoln's Tomb and the Stale Capitol. FrenchRcply To Kennedy 9 s Berlin Talk PARIS (AP) — A government spokesman said today France never tins doubted President Kennedy's intention to defend Western Europe hut \vo7iderod if this pol- carried out by his reply to Kennedy's will be successor. The direct speech Tuesday at Frankfort came from Information Minister Alain Pcyrefitto, obviously speaking on behalf of President Charles de Gaulle. In a luncheon talk to the Parisian Parliamentary Press Association, ho declared: "The French government has never doubted the resolution of President Kennedy, but it may well ask what the successor of President Kennedy may sav in 10 voars time." Brighton Area Fire Protection Vote Saturday BRIGHTON — Residents of Brighton, Piasa and David Acres and adjacent farm territory will vote Saturday on the formation of a fire protection district. The proposed district is designed to provide more adequate fire protection and thus lower insurance rates. Public meetings have been staged to discuss the proposed district and it was brought out at one of these that a tax of 10 cents per $100 assessed valuation can be assessed to finance the district. At the present rate and present assessed valuation, this is expected to produce between 57,000 and 58,000 a year. Truck In Plnsa Plans, promoters of the district say, are to buy one fire truck and locate it at Piasa. There are now two fire trucks in Brighton, one municipally-owned, the other owned by Betsey Ann Association. Both of these would be maintained in Brighton, handy for runs to the south and to farm areas to the east and west. Boosters for the district, in a recently-circulated letter, contend that the entire area will get better fire protection for a slight tax increase and that the same projection available in Brighton will extended to the rural areas. Piasa Association In Piasa, however, Piasa Fire Fund Association has sent out letters opposing the formation of the district on the contention it will not enhance the fire protection there. The fire fund association maintains a fund to pay outside firemen for making runs to Piasa. Polling places will be Hopper's Service Staion on Route 111, the former Central School west of Carpenters Official Loses Contempt Appeal WASHINGTON (AP) — Maurice A. Hutcheson, president of the Carpenters Union, AFL-CIO, lost Brighton, the Country Store at David Acres, the Don Albert Farm east of Brighton and Brighton Village Hall. another round today in his fight against a contempt of Congress conviction for refusing to answer questions before the Senate rackets committee. The U.S. Court of Appeals upheld the District Court's refusal to grant Hulcheson a new hear'nu. Hutcheson had asked for probation to avoid serving his six-month sentence. He also sought dismissal of the indictment but the court held he came up at too late a stage of the case with the legal argument on which that petition was based. The conviction Involved Hutchison's refusal in 1958 to answer questions about an Indiana highway right-of-way transaction In which Hutcheson later was separately convicted. The contempt conviction already has been confirmed once by the Supreme Court which also has refused a rehearing on that appeal. MOSCOW — Russian trade officials report they have concluded agreements to buy mica from India. SEMI-ANNUAL SALE SHOES Johansen Shoes REG. $°° $18.95 Pavilia Shoes REG. $OOO $14.95 u Every pair in our regular stock plus a special purchase group now at the biggest saving of the year. All colors, all heel heights, most all sizes. Main Floor SUMMER CLEARANCE LADIES DRESSES OFF Just in time for your summer vaca- Hon. Save a whopping 30 to 50% during our Summer clearance of women's better dresses. Pedal Pushers, Slacks In This Group Regular to 7.98 Values . . . Summer Coordinates Shorts., Skirts \ & Tops. Value Ladies' Summer Skirts In This Group Regular to 10.98 Values . . . 4. Ladies' Knit Shirts In This Group Regular to 3.98 Values , . . 2 SALE STARTS FRIDAY 9:00 A.M. SAVE! SAVE! MYERS BROTHERS 3RD AND PIASA DOWNTOWN ALTON Once a year Myers Brothers has this sale for men . . . from our regular stock Our values have never been better! Our selection was never greater! Select Croup of Men's Tropical Suits S 38 Regularly to 49.95 all from our regular stock of fine summer suits. Values to 59.95 ,. .$43 Values to 75.00 56 Values to 99.50 73 Special Croup of Year 'Round Worsteds $ 43 Values to 59.95 an exceptional savings on great name suits. Values to 65.00 $53 Values to 75.00 55 Values to 99.50 73 tig Savings on Men's Summer Slacks 6 90 Values to 10.95 an exceptional savings on 55% Dacron and 45% Rayon dress slacks, all models and colors. Regulars, shorts and longs. Handsome Group Summer Sport Coats $ 23 Brand new summer patterns that regularly sell for 29.95 to 35.00 Values to 39.95 $29 Values to 50.00 3g Values to 69.50 43 Young Men's Ivy Suits and Sport Coats 21 Values to 37.95 Values to 29.98 Select the suit or sport coat of your choice from our big stock in the GOLDEN KEY SHOP Big Selection Of Boy's Summer Suits and Sport Coats 25% Off Now is the time to buy that summer outfit, while our selection is big, and the savings bigger. Myers Brothers 2nd Floor Men's Clothing — Downtown Alton SALE STARTS FRIDAY-OPEN 9:00 'TIL 9:00

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