Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 8, 1963
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, JULY $, ALTON EVENING Arm Swollen to Elbow After Wasp Stings Hand Kenneth fily, 43, of Rte. 2, Godfrey, Was fitting on the left hand by a wasp while cutting a limb from a Iree Saturday evening and his arm was swollen to the elbow. Ely's wife sold her husband's hand was swollen so badly that ho could nol close II, but application of Ice packs combined with treatment at, Alton Memorial Hospital reduced the swelling today. The red wasp attacked her husband shortly after he began cutting the branch from the tree with a saw, Mrs, Ely said, Other Insect castiallies treated at the hospital over the weekend Included Gary Booth, 19 monlhs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Booth, 926 1C. 6lh St., Alton, bitten in the sole of the right foot; and Rlln Emmons, S, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Delbert Emmons, 2.116 Clavvson St., Alton, a bee sting. QUITO — Ecuador's new port facilities have eliminated the need for lighters and barges. tti«eak*tti at Hellmko Laundromat EDWARDSVILLE — A break-In nt the Belh-Mor Mobile Park Laundromat along Rle. 140 at Belhallo was discovered at 5:45 a.m. today, when the proprietor found the front door had been jimmied and a side door forced open. Although soft drink, cigarette and soap-bleach dispensing machines had been broken into, the principal loot was In coins from the cigarette machine, sheriff's jeputies learned. The thieves failed to enter a candy machine, Deputies said the proprietor told them he had emptied coin boxes on I he soda and soap-bleach niachies before he closed the place at 10:50 p.m. Sunday. The amount taken in coins from the cigarette machine was n o i immediately determined. OSLO —• Norway's new Finance Institute has loaned close to §3 million in its short history. LIKE TO SELL? SATISFYING CREATIVE POSITION WITH OLD ESTABLISHED LOCAL COMPANY. YOU'LL NEED AMBITION, AN EAGER OUTLOOK AND A FLAIR FOR CREATING. SELL YOURSELF IN WRITING FULLY TO BOX 870 c/o ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Racial Strife i Tempered With Peaceful Moves iiy til to AssocfAtteb tmrcss Racial violence In New York nd Baltimore overshadowed wncoful Integration slops taken Sunday by two widely sepa rat- el churches. A white teen-ager was wounded nrly today by a gunshot from a lassing car near a Bronx diner vhlch had been the scene of a aclal disturbance earlier. The oy, Jack Cippolla, 16, of Ihe Bronx, told police the gunman vas a Negro. Cippolla suffered a lesh wound in the right cheek. The diner is being picketed by vhlto and Negro members of the Congress of Racial Equality. CORE Is demanding that the din- chain, While Castle, hire more Negroes. Early Sunday, some persons in crowd of several thousand, mostly teen-agers, hurled rocks, iggs and tomatoes at the pickets. Shortly before the shooting, police dispersed a crowd of several hundred while youths in the area Baltimore police arrested more .han 1.00 while and Negro Integra .ionisls— including 13 clergymen- it a privately owned amusement park in suburban Woodlawn while ihout 6,000 while patrons hurled catcalls and obscenities. The inte- were charged wilh the ONE place to call for money the * minute you want it Call Beneficial to get cash double-fast. Clean up leftover bills, close out time-payment accounts, take care of expenses, you-name-it! The folks at Beneficial }jke to say "Yes!" Why not call . . . this very minute! BENEFICIAL FINANCE SYSTEM Leant $25 to $800 — loans fife-insured at tow «oft Beneficial Finance Co. of Chicago, Inc. 200 STATE ST., ALTON Wiono: HOward 2-9281 • Ask for the YES MANager . OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT — PHONE FOR HOURS IfQt, BENEFICIAL. FINANCE SO. Ethvardsville Man Heads 5th Division of Legion grationists respass. Officers arrested four of the ivhile hecklers and charged Ihem villi disorderly conduct. This contrasted sharply with de- elopmenls in Tucson, Ariz., and Richmond, Va. The Pueblo Gar- Jens Melhodisl Church al Tucson welcomed its new pastor, the Rev. Wilbur Johnson. The minister is a Negro. The congrega- ion is all-white. The pastor was surrounded by well-wishers after his sermon. The Rev. Robert W. Hare, a white man, preached his first sermon as pastor of a Negro Pres- jyterian church in Richmond. National Guard troops were ordered to pull out of Cambridge, Md., at noon today and Negro leaders said they would resume demonstrations against segregation after the troops departed. Gov. J. Millard Tawes sent the troops into the eastern shore city June 14 following repeated outbreaks of racial violence. New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller announced he will ask the Governors Conference to endorse a resolution calling for slate efforts to end racial discrimination in places of public accomodation, housing, education, transportation and employment. Kentucky Gov. Bert Combs indicated he is narrowing the scope of" his executive order against discrimination to include only public places of food, shelter, recreation, entertainment or amusement. As issued last month, the order indirectly would have banned racial bias in all business and professions licensed by the state. DU QUOIN, Til. (AP)-Erwin If, Bellman of Edwardsville has been elected comitmnder of Iho 51 h division, Illinois Department of the American Legion. Bellman succeeds Roy Kpenc- man of Steoloville. This Division is composed of 116 posts in Southern Illinois. . Frederick Merrill of Salem was named senior vice commander and George Ballard of Belleville was elected fianancc, officer at the conclusion of the division's two-day convention Sunday. The 300 convention 'delegates adopted resolutions urging expansion of the nallonal cemetery al Mounds, conslruclion of a nursing home near the veterans Hospital in Marlon, and legalization of. bingo for non-frofit organiza- llons, Administration Will Continue Tax Cut Push WASHINGTON (AP) - Secretary of the Treasury Douglas Dil Ion said today the Kennedy ad- minislralion will conlinue Io push for tux reduction, price stability and export promotion as its basic approach to the inlernalional balance of payments problem. Dillon, in testimony before the congressional Joint Economic Com mittee, said, "The enactment o the tax program is central to our basic objective of achieving bal ance in our international ac counts and maintaining confi dence in the dollar." He was lead-off witness in a congressional inquiry into the def icit in Ihe U.S. balance of pay ments. The commitlee has asked Dil Ion whether a tax cut would re quire "a tighter monetary poll cy" to prevent further deleriora lion in U.S. international ac counts. "To this in my view, the an swer is clearly no," Dillon said "Under present circumstances with our economy operating wel below ils capacity and with high unemployment the stimulus o the substanlial lax cut we hav recommended would not be infla tionary. "Consequenlly a tight policy designed to slow consumption anc counter inflation would appear t< Christian Minority NEW YORK (AP)—Only 28 per cent of the human race are Christians, the Catholic Digest reports. BONN—A German contractor has landed the job of laying underground cables in the N e a r East. OUfc SOl". YEAR COOK'S PAINTS 1913 1963 There's SURE-FIRE SAVINGS for YOU ... be most inappropriate in th present setting." While indicating that the adm nistration had no plans to tighte credit and raise interest rates t accompany the proposed tax cu Dillon did not leave out the pos sibility lhal the Federal Reserv Board might take action to rais short term interest rates. MOSCOW — Russia will buy record amount of African cotton >63 Newport Jazz Festival Is Concluded NEWPORT, R.I. (AP) - The 963 Newport Jazz festival has losed on a high note at the box ffice. More than 6,500 turned out for unday night's final concert, ushing total festival attendance vcr 36,000. This is the highest at- cndance figure since 1960, when festival was marred by riot- ng. Producer George Wein said ckets sales totaled $110,000. During the festival period, more nan 200 arraignments were made I local courts for various offens- s, but no serious incidents were eported. New Figures Linked to Sex Scandal By COUN FKOST LONDON (AP) — A British newspaper says three more government ministers have been inked to the sex scandals excit- ng the British public. The Sunday paper The People said the ministers names have oeen turned over to Lord Denning, who is investigating sex and security antics in high circles. ObfectPropelled By Mower Hits Man's Left Eye Robert Cleary, 26, of 2664 N. Rodgers Avo., Alton, injured his left eye over the weekend when an object was flung into it by a power mower lie was using. It was not known what the object was that struck Cleary in the eye. He was treated Sunday at St. Joseph's Hospital for abrasions, contusions and a laceration. David Sluby, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stuby, Godfrey, suffered lacerations to his nose, wrist, left shoulder and arm Saturday when he accidentally ran into a storm door'at the home of a relative. The boy's mother said he ran into I he door after some other children, shattering a pane of glass. State Advocate Oi KCs to Install Chapter Officers Louis A. Lehr Jr., state advocate of the Ilinois State Council Knights of Columbus will install the officers of Alton Council No, 460 Thursday evening. The Illinois State Council is composed of some 256 local coun c i 1 s representing over 80,000 Knights of Columbus in Illinois. John F. Oetkcn Jr, 735 Spring St., will be installed as Grand Knight of the Alton K. of C. coun-1 ci) which has 700 members. Along | with Oetken newly elected and reelected officers of the council will be installed. -Grand Knight Oelken will announce appointment of a chaplain, lecturer, and committee chairmen Escapee Tells Police He Left Fanning ST. LOUIS (AP) - The man vho escaped the St. Louis City 'ail with murdered ex-convict Jonald Fanning, lold police he md Fanning parted company soon after they escaped. Clayton Lutes. 2(i, and Fanning, 1, who was murdered gangland- style last Tuesday north of St. Charles, broke out of the jail June Girl on Bicycle Struck by Auto\ Minor Injuries A 13-year-old Alton girl was struck by a car at Brown and Washington Streets Saturday af- ernoon while riding her bicycle. Joy Blodgett, 3104 Edwards St., vas taken to Alton Memorial lospital where she was treated for minor injuries to the back. The car was driven by Mrs. Freda L. McCartney, 1629 Jersey St., police said. 30. Lutes, who was captured Satur. day in St. Louis, told policy Sunday how ho and Fanning used saws and knives, allegedly *S •>lied by an acquaintance ol Altes, Io break out. Police said Lutes lold them that ic and Fanning parted company soon after the two fled the city iail. Guild to Meet EDWARDSVILLE — Circle two of Eden Women's Guild will hold an all-day quilling Wednesday July 10, at the church. at the K. of C. Club 405 E. Fourtl Prime Minister Macmillan appointed Denning to investigate security aspects of former Wai- Minister John Profumo's affair with call girl Christine Keeler while she was also the mistress of a Soviet naval attache. The People said Denning has been told compromising photographs exist involving one minister and possibly two. "One of the pictures was in a set of photographs produced during a recent divorce case," the paper said. "Some people claim that a leading minister is recognizable in the photograph." "This picture is not linked in any way with the Profumo scandal. But the second picture about which Lord Denning has heard rumors does bear directly on the Profumo affair. "It is alleged to show a mem-' ber of the government, at the side of a swimming pool in a group that includes Christine Keeler. "The third minister is also the subject of a rumor that connects him with the Christine Keeler set. Lord Denning has been told of a meeting between a minister and a girl." lor the coming year. A dinner will be served following the meeting which will be held MON,, TUES, & WED, ON SALE NEW RED POTATOES Lb. Bag 25 Bag 99C FREESTONE PEACHES Vi. Peck Basket 49c CARLOAD SALE WATERMELONS All Sizes ... At Low Prices FRESH TOMATOES 3 Lb S . 59c BROADWAY & MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 East Broadway during our BIG J" LY SALE WALLPAPERS t FINEST ot QUALITY Dozens Of Gorgeous, New Patterns Semi-Trimmed For Perfect Matching In Rich, Sunfast and Waterfast Colors! Reg. 29c to 35c Reg, 50c to 65c 79c: to 87« C Per RoH Per Per Roll if BE SURE TO BRING YOUR ROOM MEASUREMENTS * 'S PAINTS 8 W, Broadway . HO 6-5812 Alton Plan to be a homeowner ? See your banker for, help in financing your new home How much do you know about financing a home? If you're typical, you probably don't know as much as you should, even if you have purchased a house before. It is wise, when thinking about buying a home, to talk it over with an officer of a bank in your community. Take advantage of one of your banker's most important services —information and good advice. Whether you are looking for your first home or planning a change to accommodate a growing family, a banker can give you sound financial counsel and he will assist you in securing the kind of mortgage loan best suited to your needs. Another bit of good advice—when you buy your home, be sure the title to the property is protected by a title insurance policy from Chicago Title and Trust Company, Company W WEST WASHINGTON STREET, CHICAGO 9, JLUNOJ8 Madison County office 241 North Main Street, Edwardsvllle, HI. Phone: 656*4345 NEW ZENITH'S Smallest AT-THE-EAR HEARING AID Unspilal News EDWARDSVILLE — Four area residents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, during the past weekend and five patients were discharged. Admitted were: Mrs. Emily Maloyka, 618 Thomas; Mrs. Ruth Wetzel, 117 Johnson; John Davenport, 453 Cass; Mrs. Clara Dunlap, 614 Roanoke. Discharged were: Mrs. Elea- In Charles Harris Trial FAIRF1ELD, 111. (At*)— The defense rested its case today in the Circuit Court trial of Charles (Black Charlie) Harris, charged with slaying an elderly farmer last January. The case was expected to go io the jury of eight men and four women after closing arguments from the defense and prosecution. Harris, former gangland figure, is accused of killing Howard S. Taylor, 74, whose hody was found in a bullet-riddled auto near the Harris and Taylor farms Jan.. 5. Harris has denied the charge. nore Coleman, Rte. 3; Mrs. Ruth Newton, Rte. 1; Mrs. Nora Wetzel, 1101 Lake Dr.; Gilbert Gusc- welle, Rle. 1; Harold Hall, Rte. 2. MONTICELLO PLAZA - GODFREY VILLAGE SQUARE - HAZELWOOD _THE • Tiny lightweight. Only '/a oz. 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Reed Screening for Patio Privacy 2-gal. Heavy-Duty Motor Oil Special! \)*W Reg. 2.89 £ Natural reeds, easy to install. Double Detergent Super ad An ideal windbreak. 6 ft. dilive cleans as it lubricates high by 15 ft. long. controls ncid, rust. Kenmore Scrubber- Polisher 8 No Money Down End back breaking floor scrubbing and waxing forever. With scrub brush & polish disc. Bath Scales with Easy to Read Dial 30x84-in. Plate Glass Mirrors Reg. 3,98 Magnified dial reads up to 250 Ibs. Vinyl plastic mat. steel case in 3 enamel colors. Reg. 24.99 Distortion free, beveled edge mirrors are copper backed. Complete with hardware to hang. Girls' Dream Puff Cotton Panties Special! .... 3 Pr. AtUU All-over puff stitch with double fabric crotch. White and pastels. Sizes 2 to 6>?. Bhop at Seara and Save SntUfecUon Guaranteed or Your Money Back SEARS ALTON 309

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