Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 10
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July 1, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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- ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONbAV, JUL¥ i f Brighton Area Fire District Loses 424 to 236 BRIGHTON — A proposal to establish n fire district in Brighton, Plasa, David Acres and adjacent farm territory lost almost two to One itl a Vote Saturday. 'the count was 424 against the plan, 236 in favor of it. The proposal carried in only one Of five voting precittcts *Brighton. At Brighton Village Hall voters favored the proposal 133 to 123. At the Country Store in David Acres the plan lost 41-28; at Hopper's Service Station on Rte. 67, 147 to 13; at the Don Albert farm home east of Brighton, 67 to 24; at the former Central School in Piasa Township, 46 to 38. Members of Betsey Ann Fire Department have scheduled a meeting Tuesday night to assess the situation. The volunteers had hoped that the setting up of a fire district, with a nominal tax, would povide a certain means of financing a more adequate fire department, provide additional equipment and lower insurance rates enough to off-set the cost to residents. CEDARS AUK SAFE BEIRUT—Cedar lumber is to be imported by Lebanese mills who wish to preserve this country's trees. MONROVIA — Liberia expects to open more iron mines. Chicago Quads Given Good Chance to Live CHICAGO (AP) — Quadruplet girls have been born to a 19-year- old Negro mother and doctor.' said the chances for survival ol the four-pounders was excellent. Ten minutes separated the births of the first and last daugh ters of Mrs. Dolores Harris, whose husband, Bernard, 23, is an assembler for the International Harvester Co. The infants were moved to Michael Reese Hospi tal's premature nursery soon after birth where all were reported "doing fine." Dr. Frank Rubovits, chief of obstretics and gynecology al Michael Reese, said he belicvec that all the Harris girls would survive. Chances of survival ol quadruplets usually are "one in two million," a hospital spokesman said. Mrs. Harris, however, had been given special care by the hospital since March 30 when physicians discovered she was v bearing four babies. "It was more difficult for us because we knew that four chi! PRESCRIPTION AT PHAR MACY are' • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy 2510 State St, — North Alton — Dial HO 5-5313 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE Scholarship Winners to Be Honored in Macoupin CARLINVILLE -- High school graduates who will receive teacher education scholarships, will be honored at a Teacher Education Scholarship Night sponsored by the office of Macoupin County Superintendent of Schools Mike Makuh at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 7 at Carlinville Community High School. Alexander E. Lawson from the Stale Department of Public Instruction will be guest speaker. Music will be presented by t h C Carlinville Municipal Band, under the direction of George C. Reid. The music for the occaion is provided by the cooperation of Local of the American P'ederaion of Musicians located at Benld, through a grant from the music performance trust fund of the recording industry. Recipients of the teacher education scholarships are: Dorothy Bcllm, Robert Burleson, Margie Reid, Pat Kauerauf, Nina Allen, all of Carlinville; Edith May Cox, Dixie Lee Eldridge, Judith Ann Anderson, all of Palmyra; Shclia Kay Bates and Kendall Starkweather, both of Hettick; James VV. Matthews and Donald H. Edwards, both of Girard; Earl Hannah and Ray Pralher, both of Virden; Mary Ophelia Wilson, Sheila Carol Rhoads, Linda Jo Bingman, Jacquie Spudick, all of Staunton. Shirley Richvalsky of Benld; Betty Radulovich, Karen Admire, Linda Releford, Carol Verlon, Alan Rolando, Dorothy Smith, all of Gillespie; Mary Ann Ober- tino of Mount Clare; Gary Welch, Kathy Miller, Janet Rae Wood, Larry Wooldridge, Beverly Ann Baker, Louise Diestelhorst, Bill File, all of Bunker Hill; Clara Leefers and Marsha Kay Halll- day, both of Shipman; Robert Dun n, Sandra Barlow, Joanna Halo, Marilyn McBride, all of Brighton. Mafia Bombs Kill Nine in Sicily PALERMO, Sicily (AP) — Nine persons were killed over the weekend in booby-trap explosions that may have been set by warring gang lords of the Sicilian Mafia. The booby traps were TNT-loaded cars. The victims were two garage workers and seven police men. Both explosions took placr in a Palermo suburb regarded as a Mafia prowling ground. South Viemitmese Claim SAIGON, South Viet Nam (AP) —President Ngo Dinh Diem's forces claimed they killed 172 Communist guerrillas in weekend ground and air strikes in the Mekong River delta. Vietnamese officers said 110 Reds were killed Sunday when an armored column struck at guerril las in Kten Phong Province on the dren were coming," said Harris However, the way so many doctors watched over Dolores was just wonderful. I am so glad they (the babies) got here and that my wife is all right." The Harrises also have a son, Shawn, who is 15 minths old. Dr. Samuel Andelman, Chicago liealth commissioner, said the odds for such a birth are from one in 600,000 to 800,000. SMIItfAlSOR -"•'••V>*lNt'-^"'-- HOUSEPAIHI ONLY 99c with purchase of gallon S-A paint^ I, ko ; a customer Limited »vpply . -j •:•:•.•!•• ' i'-f':."\<'\ ' t*..i. Speedy Spray.er $59.95 ^_ Regular price $72.50 kSWTHALSOP^ & PAINT & WALLPAPER OPEN ? AM TO 9 PM-EASTGATE PLAZA Dial 254-3623 I WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING AT SLACK FURNITURE and APPLIANCE CO. 203 W. Third St.—Downtown Alton Long Terms—Many, Many Months to 1'ayl it Plain of Reeds. Fighter plane strikes Saturday killed 62 guerrillas, American sources said. 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