Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 28, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 28, 1963
Page 11
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FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1963 Pope Paul Studying Iron Curtain Problem ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN By *OM OCfilLtRKR VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Paul VI is uhderstood to be studying ways pf arranging with Communist governments to Improve the lot of the 60 million Roman CatholitS .behind the Iron Curtain. In his week-old reign, the pontiff has set the stage publicly for re-establishing Vatican ties with Communist nations. He has served notice that he has no intention of involving f the Vatican in the internal affairs of nations, but he has indicated that he wants Catholics behind the Iron Curtain to regain the opportunity to practice their faith freely. His approach, revealed, in messages received Thursday in Moscow and Warsaw, is persuasion. The messages, addressed to Premier Khrushchev and Aleksander SawadzW, titular head of the Polish government, acknowledged congratulations on the Pope's election. They expressed a wish for world peace. They also reminded the Communist leaders that Christians live in their lands, especially in Poland, which has a 1.,000-year history of Catholicism. The Pope's message to Zawad- xki—the first known communication from a Pope to the Communist government of Poland—noted that the Pole's greeting's came from "a country with which we have been tied for a long time with old and doar remembrances and for which we desire with all our heart divine care." Khrushchev's message, the pontiff wrote, "awakens in our soul the memory of the Russian people, their secular and Christian history. ..." Pope Paul reportedly is more interested in repairing bonds disrupted after World War II than in keeping alive old conflicts with Communists. In this ha is following policies initiated by Pope John XXIII, who sought to get .Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty to leave the D S. legation in Budapest and come to the Vatican in exchange for a re laxation of the Hungarian government's restrictions on the church. South Roxana Women Have Mission Program SOUTH ROXANA — The Women's Missionary Union of Southern Baptist Church met Tuesday evening at the church and those participating in a world missions program were Mrs. Mabel Mapes Mrs. Herschel Ballew and Mrs Arthur Grover. The nominating committee appointed for the coming year consists ot Mrs. Sldon Elam and Mrs. Donald Banon. The women will collect and send articles to the Carmi Children's Home in Carmi for their mission ary project. Wednesday evening a social hour was held following the prayer meeting and the women brought gifts for the former Mis? Joyce Grover, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Grover, who was married June 15 in Pakistan to Charles Francis Nicholson, whose parents reside in Tennessee. Both Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson works at the American Embassy in Pak istan. Son* on Leave SOUTH ROXANA — Pfc. T o n Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs William Thompson of Stephenson Ave., left today for Ft. Monroe Va., after spending the past li days here. Airman First Class Jim Thompson, another son, is 01 a 30 day leave from Travis Air force Base, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson enter tained Sunday at a family suppe and those attending were Mrs Harry Steelman and daughter Marie of Dorsey, Mr. and Mrs Ivan Campbell and daughter o Alton, Mrs. Eva Manesis of .St Louis, Mrs. Mary Zarantonello and children and Mrs. Nancy Burgoyne of East Alton, Mr, am Mrs. Larry Welch of Rosewood Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Noe Everett of Roxana. Return to California SOUTH ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Louis Arnold and daughter Judy, left Wednesday for t h e i home in San Jose, Calif., afte spending the past eight days vis iling their daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brennan an family. They were dinner guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Hugl Qldham and Sunday a get-togeth er was held for relatives at th Onized Clubgrounds. Homo From Trip SOUTH ROXANA — Mr. an Mrs. Arthur Grover and childre Arthur Wayne, Mark> Pana an Nancy, have returned from sightseeing tour in the West in eluding Yellowstone Nationa Park, Idaho and Montana. The visited with relatives in Idaho Grover has been on vacation from the Sinclair Refining Co. Polio Cases Reported On Increase ATLANTA, Ga. (API - The ommunicable Disease Center aid today that nine cases of par- ytic polio were reported in the nited States last week, five of em in the Carlisle, Pa., area. It was the greatest number of ases reported in aany single week is year. The center said four states— labama, Tennessee, Arkansas nd Illinois—each reported one ase during the week ending June Reported polio.cases in the en- re nation so far this year con- nue to run well below previous ears; the center said. Elites Conducted For Wesley Wood BUNKER HILL -Funeral U'vices for Wesley W. Wood were onducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. y the Rev. C. M. Miller at the acoby-Wise Funeral Home. Pallbearers were: Paul Dav, Ray and Harold Wolfbrandt, Ibert and William Wood, and oscoc Enke. Burial was in the food cemetery. Olson Iteslgit.s BUNKER HILL — The Board f Education at Community Unit chool District 8 has accepted the esignation of Arthur Olson. Entertains Club BUNKER HILL - Mrs. WiL- am Johnson entertained the ommunity Club at her home Vednesday afternoon with eight members present. Games were layed and prizes were awarded o Mrs. Harry Janes, Mrs. Bess 'orwood, and Mrs. Harry Mor:son Sr. Mrs. Bess Forwood will enter- ain the club at her home in July. Visit at Welch Home BUNKER HILL — Mrs. Ran- om Bradley of Pecatonica, 111., rlrs. Harry Walsh of Springfield, and Mrs. Edgar Welch of Wiciii- Kan., visited a( the home o: Jr. and Mrs. James Welch Tues- Scbool Museum EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (AP)-Th one-room school is fading fast i America, but Eau Claire schoo children are cooperating in an e fort to save one for posterity. They are donating pennies i a drive to raise $1,500 to move th old rural Sunnyview school three miles to a park near the down town area. The city parks and recreatio department will paint the scha red and maintain it as a museun The school was built in 188 and abandoned in 1961. INTERCEPTOR LINE Workmen from Helmkamp Excavating Co., this Week, were completing work on a 4,500-foot section of 10-inch interceptor sewer line in Bethalto. The line runs from West Corbin Street north west of the village to a sewage lagoon. Demonstration Better Than Rote, SIU Man Says N anted Valedictorian Edwardsville Man Tops Grjfltd Class at Menard Melvin F'isTier of Edwardsville, a 33-year oM convicted forger, was valdictorianj of the 91 inmate graduating high school class at Menard PiSnitentiary in Chester Thbrsday. Fisher aAd salutatorian Philip Gebhart, 23', of Decatur, convicted of burgllaiy. addressed their fellow gradufabes. j In all mow?; than 200 prisoners received ceitlficates of some kind — high school and grade school diplomas and vocational training certificates. ; Guest speaker was Dr. Willis Swartz, dean, of the Southern Illinois University graduate school. SIU, along B'ith Chester High School, assists the prison in its educational pirogram. Fellow inmia tes were in the audience but reteitives could not attend. 4 From Edwardsville Admitted to Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Four nrea 1 residents \\crc admitted Thursday to St. Joseph's Hospital. Highland, and two patients were discharged. Admitted were: Clarence Black, 323 St. Louis St.; Mrs. Mary Po- neta, Rte. grave, 113 i Blume. 647 Orchard. • Discharged were: Donald Col-! clasure. 902 Ruskin; Mrs. Bessie iBagby. 108 Scott. I Society to Elect ; EDWARDSVILLE — An election of officers is scheduled for the July meeting of the Dorcas | Society of Trinity L u t h e r a n i Church, it \vas announced at the Wednesday evening meeting of group. UN Assembly OK» Financial Plan UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) —The U.N. General Assembly has ended its six-week special session with the financial adoption plan to of a stopgap continue the Congo and Middle East peace operations for the rest of the year Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" -i: Mrs. Herbert Frieda HoltPL: Charles ROME— Rally's newest highway will cut the ISome-Naples trip to two hours. Iran was known as Persia in the sixth century and ruled a huge empire stretching from Egypt to India in that period. New Spring & Summer Styles at Low Prices 217 Pl:a*a street NOTICE! WE ARE BACK FROM OUR VACATION AND ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS E, J. BENNINGTON Watchmaker, Jeweler Faulstich Bldg., Alton PHONE HO 5-6431 Now! A Doctor's Discovery Lets You Wipe Away Facial Hair Safely... In Minutes! T HBRE'S no longer any need to let facial hair make you feel self- conscious about your appearance! Now, wipe away every trace of hair from checks, upper lip or chin. So hair reappears slower, toftfr than you ever dreamed possible. The secret fs « new tim-cream treatment called NAIR Supreme. The 6rst cream wa« developed by n doctor to remove hair from skin before operation*. Hospital-tested, it is safe for all normal skin. The second cream is a fragrant neutralizing cream developed by beauty expert* to help guard against, irritation. How I! Work* NAIR Supreme provides two tubes of cream that make removing facial hair a» easy and pleasant as removing your make-up. At First, you just smooth on the pure- white, odorless Hair-Removing Cream. Minute* later, wipe away the hair. There's no nibbing, plucking, scraping or pulling. Then ... apply NAIR Supreme'* exclusive Neutralizer Cream. The perfect finishing touch ... it help* soften, smooth, and protect your precious facial skin. With NAIR Supreme, your face stays smooth and hair-free far longer than you ever dreamed possible. Hair reappears slower, softer—without razor stubble. Yes, NAIR Supreme leta you wipe away every trace ol facial hair safely ... in minutes. Get new NAIR Supreme Two-Cream Hair Remover Kit today. Only $1.49, plus tax, at drug and department stores. OlftS. CtmrPrttmat, Int THRIFTY DRUG STORES All Alton's Cosmetics Headquarters EDWARDSVILLE - Elementary pupils learn science (actual content more readily when taught through demonstration and experimentation, according to findings of Regan. Carpenter of the SIU education division, following an experimentation with this leaching method • as opposed to o n e where the basis is reading and recitation. Carpenter's test, using the same science topic on two matching groups on fourth grade pupils, also led him to the conclusion that the activity-based leaching method "offers genuine promise in teaching slow-learning children." An article on Ihese findings appears in Ihecurrenl issue of science education magazine. Panama must import more steel. day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Welch and family of Rosewood Heights vis- iled at the Welch home Tuesday evening. Methodist Services At Eclwarclsville EDWARDSVILLE — "Facing Life's Tensions" will be the sermon topic Sunday al St. John's Methodisl Church, Rev. James Nettleton pastor. The Commission on Education will meel al 7 p.m. Monday with meetings of the commissions on worship, social concerns, missions, stewardship and finance and the trustees at 7:30 and an official board meeting at 8:30. The WSCS will hold a coffee Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in Fellowship Hall with high school and college girls as guests of the so- ciely. 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