Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 3, 1963 · Page 3
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July 3, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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S JULY 3,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THRESH Health Clinic Here Gets $58,000 From Special Funds ) (/]') - More than $2.5 million in special mental health service grants were announced today by Gov. Otto Kcrner. The Mndison County Menial Health Clinic will receive $58,000 tinder the program. Communily clinics and programs are bencfitled by the slate grants, coming tnostly from funds collected from relatives of patients In state mental institutions. More than 17,000 pallents were seen in the slate-aided clinics last year. About 1,000 were tienls on conditional discharge from slate hospitals. Downstate clinics and grants Include; Mental Health Center, Aurora $3!),700; McLean County Menial Heallh Center, Inc. $70,000; Champaign County Mental Health Clinic $8!),f)00; Eastern Illinois Mental Health Unil $5(i,000. Mental Heallh Clinic of Macon County $71,000; Menial Health Center of St. Clair County $05,000; Fox Valley Menial Health Clinic 573,,'Ml; Will County Health Department $33,250; Mental Health Center for Mcllcnry County $41!,000; Child Guidance and Menial Health Center of Rock Island County ?B5,0()0. Southern Illinois Mental Heallh Clinic, Murphysboro $39,250; Mental Heallh Center of Pcoria, Taxewell and Woodford Counties $104,400; Mental Health Center of Adams County $54,000; Mental Health Clinic of Winncbago County $75,000; Mental Health Center, Springfield $84,000; and Lake County Mental Heallh Clinic $75 000. Grants for new day programs for mentally retarded include: Retarded children's aid, Dan ville $10,000; Pcoria Association for Retarded Children $70,000; Warren Achievement School, Monmoulh $6,000; Holiday School, Pekin $6,600; and aid to retarded children, Springfield $18,000. Kiwanis Sees Film., Hears Space Speech A film of .Col. John Glenn's space flight was shown to Alton Kiwanians at Mineral Springs Hotel, Tuesday night. Mike Hethcote, a McDonnell Aircraft biomedical division em- ploye, tol'd of leading up to space activities in America. "Twenty-four hundred years ago, in.the time of Aristotle, Plato and Socrates, a man started thinking about walking around on the stars," said Hethcote. The thought originating with the Greeks, has come to public attention in modern days, describ ed by science fiction writers, a least, and has advanced in facl to a point within reach of upcow Ing generations. In the next 8 years, there wil be an American on the moon Hethcote predicted. America still uses mostly liquid propellanls while Russia favors solid fuels for their heavy pay loads, Hethcote continued. Russia orbited the dog, Lnika just before the National Aeronuti lie and Space Administration was former, the express purpose o which is to orbit mart in space In Januniy, 1959, McDonnell re ceived the contract for building the space capsule, and in sigli now is the Gemini, carrying tw men for long periods of time. Hethcote was introduced bj Fred Hunt, chairman of the day An auction sponsored by th club was announced, to be hel< July 20 on the Barloff parking lo on Piasa Street. A ladies nigh will be held that evening, at a place to be announced later. Hospitals Treat Several Patients For Lacerations A Godfrey woman received a cut on the left thumb while attempting lo remove a broken light bulb from a yard light Tuesday. Mrs. Robert L. Brown, 28 Jerome Drive, had seven stitches taken in her thumb at SI. Joseph Hospital. In another accident, Tuesday, Robert Gaston, Jl, son of Mr. Mnrcclln Gaston, 8!) Sullivan Di'ive, had eight stitches taken in his itft. arm after [ailing from a bicycle. A 3-year-old boy had two itches taken in his head after eing hit. by a toy tractor disc irown by his older brother uesday. William "Leonard Fitzgerald, on of Mr. and Mrs. William 13 ilxgerald, 2237 North side rive, was treated at St oscph's Hospital. Surlclsmeycr Has Office in E. Si. Louis tudy Ban Ralph E. Bartclsmeycr, for icrly chief engineer of district state highway department, a rench Village, is conducting le East St. Louis office of the W. Lochner Co., engineering onsuttants. Bartelsmeyer, a vice presl ent with the firm, became as ocialed with Lochner on March of this year. Take the Helm of Your Own Boat and Have Fun! Skipper your outboard or inboard motorboat and enjoy a new world of fun. Finance your craft on a Ipwcoit Boat Loan from u». Convenient termi. Se* or call Ken Klooi at MID8TATE5 FINANCE CO, 311 Ridge riwr Proadwoy PHONE HO MIH 2 Made III by Refrigerator Gas During Fire Two persons became 111 from he effects of K*S escaping from ;i burning refrigerator at Hie ionic of Lawrence Schaaf, 2 Grovelin St., Godfrey, at 2 a.m. oclay. Oxygon was administered by Godfrey firemen to Mrs. Schnaf and lo a neighbor, Danny Andrews, 4 Grovelin St. Neither required hospital treatment, firemen said. Fire broke out in the basement when a refrigerator motor jverhealccl, firemen said. Fire and damage was confined to a corner of the basement. Lease on Depot Still Up in Air That lease on the Bluff Line depot is still up in (ho air, Mrs. Ralph B. Jackson, president of Ihe Junior Sei-vice League said today. The League may act on Ihe question at a special meeting set for July 11 — day after the City Council's next meeting at which municipal action could be taken. Currently, said Mrs. Jackson, a committee headed by Mrs. William Annin is Investigating t h e depot building. It is having contractors and other men conversant with structural problems look at Ihe building and advise the group. Action of the council recently was based on receipt of a letter from the League expressing an interest in leasing the building as a center for activities carried on by the League. A picture caption In the Telegraph Tuesday posed the question of responsibility for culling a high crop of weeds that had grown up about the structure. Beets Erupt in Kitchen Steam From Cooker Burns Pastor and His Daughter The Rev. R E. George, pas- lor of the First. Methodist >yd Severs To Sing With Muny Band »/ Boyd Severs will bo the Vocal soils) singing "Some Enchanted Evening" at the Alton Municipal Band Program this week. The program will bo presonl- d at Riverview Park Thursday and a I Rock Spring Park •Sunday. Both programs start at H p.m. The selections will include a march "Barnum and Bailey's Favorite"; selections from "Show Boat"; a novelty "Night Flight to Madrid' 'and two favorites "Deep Purple" and "The Rangers Song". Other soloclions include day for Winds"; a novelty num- Douglas To Visit In Area Church in Haitforn", was burn- erl after he forcer! a lid off a pressure cooker Tuesday. The minister suffered burns to the arm. leg and stoma.-li. j wj j,' vW , , h( , A , tmi . V Von(l fl^er'Hin banning of parking on Alby and his 10-year-old danghler ' Hr ^n at 4:.''.() p.m. Monday when Slrr-el in ;i meeting at the Strat City Planners Study Ban on AI by Parking Thn City Plan Commission took Senator Paul Douglas no action on a petition requesting Jeanne was burned on the fool. I he will make rounds i:' the The Rev. George pried the lid off the cooker, thinking the pressure had dropped. II hadn't and steam spouted while beets erupted from Ihe cooker and fell all over the kitchen. The minister and his daughter were treated at Alton Memorial Hospital. various plant gates and shopping centers. At 7:'i() p.m. the Senator will speak at Steelworkers' Hall, 282) E. Broadway. Alton, to make a report to Ihe people of tliis area. ElpctwlChnirttum Neighbors helped finish cook-1 Greg Macke was elected chait- ford Hotel Tuesday for Ihe vacation of an alley were referred back l.> the city englneef. The Commission recommended the Springoresl Subdivision flft ing the beets. Mrs. George was;man of Ihe Alton chapter of lbr>| In oilier Commission action a Php petition signed by 86 peoplejproposed by the Springman Really Development Co. at the intersection of the Bcltlinn and Bloomer drive, make certain improvements. A report recommended Ihc straightening of an intersection between Susan and Gilbert Lanes, j Improvement nf the intersection at I Bloomer Drive requested banning of parking on both sides of Alby Street instead of widening the west side of Alby SI. The Commission will study the petition and investigate the possibilities of the proposal after hearing a report from the traffic department. I l l^ I III/ Ul'l-7! ,T. 1VI I ft . \ fL'UI m_" Win : [|1M II UI I I 1C I \1\\il! < I 1(1 [-M< I "i < i " | «" v "' "- ' *"' " ' , C4 pnot busy cleaning beets from the 1 Young Americnns for Krecdom at ipreliminary plat for thn Spring-;' E !" PS floor and walls. ian organi/ational meeting. Ir-l iimnuii v \n<ii i-/i 'i" *--•[•" ""-. , . .. st Subdivision and a request land the insinuation of sidewalks. SALE STARTS FRIDAY 9 A.M. OPEN MON. & FRIDAY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M.- Downtown Alton—Wilshirc Village, East Alton FEDDERS Air Conditioners From "Carton to Cooling" in 77 Seconds! WE HAVE ALL MODELS IN STOCK READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION! Budget Priced from... PHONE HO 5-4205 BIGGEST SUMMER SALE IS NOW ON! Featuring Nationally Advertised Brands of Clothing, Furnishings & Shoes in Cool Summer Styles and Colors and Savings of 20% to 30% HOME FURNISHERS Park Free At Rear of Store—500 E. Broadway FRIDAY at 10 A. M. July earance Purses Shorts to REDUCTIONS rhe March of the fll-As- sorled Guards . $10 DOWN-$10 MONTH Reeularly 79.95 NOW 63-95 Regularly 59.95 49.95 SPORT COATS fieguliirly 35.00 NOW 27.95 Regularly 29.95 23.95 Regularly 55.00 NOW 43.95 Regularly 50.00 39.95 1st PAIR 10% OFF 2nd PAIR 15% OFF 3rd PAIR 20% OFF If you have EVER had it CHARGE ACCOUNT of Bin-left's it is open and ready to use. Skirts Jewelry Culottes Coats SPORT SHIRTS — 25% OFF RES. 4.00 NOW 3.00 REG 3.00 NOW 3.75 REG. 5.95 NOW 4.46 REG. 6.95 NOW 5.21 STRAW HATS — 25% OFF CASUAL SLIPPERS— IDEAL FOR PATIO OR BEACH! Reg. 5.95—NOW 3.80 Reg. 4.00—NOW 2.80 PAJAMAS — SHORT SLEEVES, SHORT LEGS! Reg. 4.00—NOW 3.00 Reg. 5.00—NOW 3.75 FLORSHEIM VALUES TO 24.95 NOW 80 AND 16 Regular and Summer Styles — Selected Styles From Our Regular Slock 80 WIIMTHROP ^ ES . FROM6 :' 5t °.^ 5 5 80 TO 12 Regular Summer and Casual Styles —Selected From Our Regular Stock Downtown Customers Use Our Private Lot (Between Kresge & Biedermans Back Door Entrance) 80 TILL 9 P. M. FREE PARKING BOTH STORES f S FREE PARKING BOTH STORES QUALITY SHOES

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