Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
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JUttf 1, 1963 ALTDN EVENING tinnier Gtmnlfi tfar UBS Tr flv irs Iffefti West Germftffy to Cotti- rrtuniB} fiAM fierlih were harassed by ttM bbtdet guards, West police retxjfted todny. West Gettiiahs who Had day permit* fat visits with friends or wl- fllives wefe questioned for up to five hmlrs, the police said. Communist authorities mnde no special difficulties for people en- terlng Ensl feerlln. Tho trouble fmir rtosplfnl CINCINNATI ((M) - Loiigview State Hospital initiated a "Clergymen's twy" this year to bettor ac- (Tunlnt local clergy with the services offered at a mental institution. It's to be an annual event. Besides a tour, exhibits, niid a talk by the superintendent, the pastors were conducted by the patients themselves on a Visit to the hospital's reception-treatment center. started when the visitors began streaming back to the West. 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Heating and Air Conditioning Specialists Godfrey Itund "We Sell Comfort" Phono 400-3461 4-H Achievement Day Friday at Carrollton High CARROLLTON - The annual Greene Counly 4-H Club Achievement day will' be held Frlday t July 5, at. 8:30 a.m. in the gymnasium of Carrollton High School. The morning will be given to the judging of clothing, foods and room Improvement Ideas. Cloth» Ing judges will be Mrs. Ludene Hnrgiss, home udvlser from Jersey counly, and Mrs. Audrey Vincent, assistant youth adviser, from Sdiuyler-Brown county. The foods and room Improvement projects will be judged by the 4-H club leaders of the county. During the morning there will also be dress revue practice with Ihc girls being assisted concerning correct carriage and posture by Mrs. .lames Nctischwander and girls who modeled at the state fnlr last year. They are Miss Ka- (hy Melvln, Miss Joan Frank, Miss Diane -Davidson, Miss Carolyn Hall nnd Miss Christine Gilmore. The public may attend the afternoon program which will open at 1 p.m. with demonstrations of various types given by members of the clubs. The judge will be Miss Hazel Graves, home adviser of Morgan-Scolt counties. The program will close with (he annual style revue which will open al 2:30 p.m. State Fair delegates will be chosen during the day as will the top ten 4-H club members, bers. . Kune Funeral CARROLLTON—Funeral services for Joseph Kane, 72, a .Greene county farmer who was instantly killed Friday morning in a tractor automobile accident on alternate 67 south of Carrollton, were conducted this morning at SI. John's Catholic Church by the Rt. Rev. Mons. Michael Enright. Pallbearers were Ben Lake, Charles Lake, Harvey Haddock, Joseph Griffith, George Baltz and John Willen. Burial was in St. John's cemetery. Currollton Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Hutchens of this city and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hutchens of Jacksonville went to Tip ton, Iowa Saturday to remain until Sunday visiting Mr. and M r s. Paul Hutchens. Mrs. Zelma Kelley left Saturday for Effingham to join Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Grebengieser Sunday on a trip to the Williams AFB at Phoenix Arizona where Mrs. Kelley will visit her son, A2-c Jerry Kelley; and the Grebengieser's Will Visit thelt son, Donald Gre- bengieser. They expect to be gone a Week. To tntatn In Dccnltir CARROLLTON - Dr. Gary L. Turpin, sow of Mr. and Mrs. James Turpin of Decatur, formerly of Carrollton, who graduated June 7 from the School of Medl- dlne at University of Illinois, will intern In Decatur at Macon Coun ty Hospital beginning In July. Dr. Turpin is a graduate of the Carrollton High School and of: Illinois College in Jacksonville. His wife Is the former Miss Dixie Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jones of Decatur, who were also former Carrollton residents. TEHRAN — Foreign sales Iranian nuts are climbing. of m m m FOSTER GRANT Sunglasses Styles for men, women and juniors with the exclusive ff77 Lens '2.98 • '1.98 *d 1.00 And see the wide assortment of wraparound VISTARAMA - PANORAMA 9port* Sungl«*«o« I JO QQ , $1 i by Fo.tar Qr»nt I £.11091)0 I. For eyeglass wearers,,.Foster Grant Qpti-Clipover'Sunglasses with If 77 Lens Sizes and styles to fit all IH nil ft popular fiime shape?;,, I l*w" *W I« * I DRi'G STG/lt'S 323 lillt Sr, 908 W. biln Alton Plflia Waihlngton Stuart S8YI tiAQLE STAMPS Largest Selling TOILET TANK BALL The •ffielonf Wolor Moitar Instantly stapi th» flow of water after each flushing. 75C AT HARDWARE STORES Jnpnitcse Death Toll From Stot'tits Rising TOKYO (AP)-The death toll from a weekend wave of landslides and rainstorms in southern Japan has mounted to 18, with 8 injured and 14 missing, national police said today. bownpotirs Sunday flooded 31,- S70 homes in two Southern Slates atone, police said, causing 233 landslides and huge crop destruction. Property damage was estimated in tens of millions of dollars. CAPETOWN — Franco-Tunisian relations are reported improved. JULY 4th INDEPENDENCE DAY THE FOLLOWING SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'NS. WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY, JULY 4th East Alton Savings and Loan Association Piasa First Federal Savings and Loan Association Home Savings and Loan Association Wood River Savings and Loan Association Germania Savings and Loan Association Alton Savings and Loan Association Citizens Savings and Loan Association BOND'S 5-8818 BETTER SHIRTS For Dress/ For Sports/ Hundreds of 'em price-slashed for one quick sale/ 3 for'750 t Hundreds of half-sleeve white shirts 1 Hundreds of the crispest, coolest cottons: Batistes. Meshes, Skip- Dents. Broadcloths, Many wash*&-wear fabrics, t Hundreds of half-sleeve sports shirts! Hundred* of the liveliest looks; Batik-print. Woven plaids and checks. Ivy Deeptonee. Soft-focus Iridescent*. Raised self-patterns. Hundreds of easy/care fabrics; Combed cottons. Cotton/ rayons, Cotton ginghams. Cotton/acetates. Hundred! and hundreds go on Mle at 8 for *7,SQ~or $2.59 each. Drew a/"'rt enllw itylut ButtenJown. Spread. Regular, Slotted. 14-1 7. Sport* Shirtt tit* i SM&XL I Hour Free Parking at Fork aiul Shop l<ot» I twi4 8 With Furuntu* of $8 or More. BOND'S, 117 W, 3rd, Alton, ((I, HO 5-8818 "ENTIRE STOCK TROPICAL SUITS RASTICALLY PRICE SLASHED hop to it" ' V '• Reduced from $ 37 50 .. NOW $OQ90 Exclusive "Polar Tex" Suits Dacron® polyester/Crisp Rayon tops for shapeholding comfort Reduced from *47 50 ..NOW $QQ90 trouser "Bondaire" Suits Dacron polyester & Royal Rayon -no sag, no bag, no wrinkles Reduced from $ 59 50 ..NOW $4Q90 & trouser "Sudan Weave" • W Dacron polyester/Rich Worsted with hand-detailed needlework Reduced from $ 62 50 ..NOW $KQ90 t trouser Luxury Tropicals '{ Oracle-cool Dacron & Worsted tailored to fit perfectly Reduced from *65°°.. 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