Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 15, 1963
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PAQB ALTOM , JULY 1ft, .•.-»a-.-....,.-.--i.m».L..-»'.-. Rosewood Nazareue Minister Resigns ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS - Rev. Neil Strait lias resigned as pastor of the Rosewood Heights Church of the Nazareiie, to accept the pastorate of the Church of t h e Na*aretie in Cafmi, ill. His resignation is effective July 31. Rev. Strait hns served t h Rosewood Heights church for t\\ years. During his ministry th church has shown an increase in (he annual budget of 21 per cent passing $10,000 this past year. The Sunday school, this year, showed a 38 per cent increase in new en rolees. Rev. Strait has been active in the East Alton - Rosewood Heights Ministerial Alliance and has been a member of the Rosewood Heights Social Planning Center. He has served as young people's llimgry for Good Spaghetti? ON THE MENU EVERY NITE! Spoit Clothes We/come/ Serving in Riviera or Hilltop MOTOH HOTEL Air Conditioned Tues., Wed. and Thurs. Feature Family Prices All Seats 25c KIDDIES' MATINEE Continuous from 1 p.m. Every Wednesday TUES., WED., THURS. Two Exciting Features • An uproarious 'Science-Friction picture in Amazoscope! .lOUCOSTULO Tues., Thurs. at 7:26 P.M. Wed. at 1:13, 4:32, 7:42 4 GALA CARTOONS Tues., Thurs. at 7 P.M. AMCIIICAN INTERNATIONAL prtlCfill REV. STRAIT chairman and treasurer of the last SI. Louis Zone Church of the azarene. Mrs. Strait has server as secretary for the Wood Rivei \rca Council of Church Women Rev. Strait has contributed a rides to the denominational mag- izine, "Herald of Holiness." anc vas a recent contributor to the r o t c s t a n t forthnightly pub- ication, "Christianity Today." Rev. and Mrs. Strait, sons Daid and Philip, will move to Car- STOKY DIDN'T LIVE UP DANIELSON, Conn. (AP) — The headline rend "School Nurse and Custodian Sought." Interested readers were quick o learn the story was just a }lea from the local school board or applications for those two positions. ; toun 14*. *KIMI AVI * *UON. BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 TON'TE & TUESDAY WER/WEN >,..» « MNtvisioN »» PATHCCQLOR I Tues., Thurs. at Si 145 P.M. n Wed. at 2:54, 5:57, 0:05 P.M.I 69060 MOIL JOHN BECK pniMti STARTS WEDNESDAY JOHN WAYNE 'DEAN MARTIN RICKY NELSOr BRAVO A WA1NEI MOS.. "'">< TECHNICOLOR .. SHRINKING MAN" BEL*AIR HWY 66 & HI "> 6 9636 LAST 2 NITES ROBERT PRESTON TONY RANDALL TOHNICOWR. HN«VISIOII-A WMBCT BBOS n — PLUS! JOHN WAYNE DEAN MARTIN RICKY NELSON LAST 2 NITES THE FIRST UMB BOHD FIU ADVEHIIMI .SEAN IIAN FLEMIN&S] u PMHES BOND W URSUU ANDRESS TECHNICOLOR tUK'.Ki — PLUS! — GEROllMOi PANAVISION 1 nCHHiailJlli 1 «?,'", Clln CONNORS • KAMALA DEVI • OPEN 7:00 — STARTS DUSli« NOW/ At These 3 Theaters! DARRYLF.ZANUCK'S THE DAY W/TH.H INTERNATIONAL STARS! Btivl on Ha BooV t/ CORHSUUS RYM fltl.oe* t>y lOlt, Cmtury-fe* .Special Popular Prices Open 7:15 f^ Starts S p.m. it GKANI) Special iMulince 1 p.m. Sta )ne Showlnn FRENCH VILLAGE YOUR FRIENDLY DRIVE-IN —ROUTE 50of .Kl-t?\'it .';••• Kxelusive Drive-In Showing in This Ami Open 12:45 All Seats 35c Come Early! — AND "THE UTTU RASCALS" 2 HOUR£ o . Sl/C SVUPRISeS-Gel Vp a Porly FundsEai'iied .2 Million In 6 Months SPRINGFIELD - (Special) State treasurer William J. Scott announced today that the earnings en State of Illinois funds to talecl $8,272,059 for the first six months of 1963, an increase of $3,461,403 over the same six month period last year. Scott also said thai the State's earnings for the month of June were $1,566,334, an increase of 5712,966 over the June, 1962 earn ings of $853,368. The Treasurer revealed that he now has $390,416,200 on deposit in over 800 Illinois banks, as compared to $167,470,600 on deposit at this lime last year. Scott went on to point out thai over 205 million dollars of these deposits are now earning 3M> per cent, and 185 million dollars are earning 2Vi per cent interest. The breakdown of the deposits as of a year ago showed 100 million dollars earning 2',;j per cent in terest and 67 million dollars earning only 1 per cent interest. 4 Youngsters Treated at Jersey Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Kevin Ward, 5, son of Mr. and &Irs. Norman Ward of Jerseyville fractured his right arm whefi he jumped out of a lawn chair at his home at 6:20 p.m. Friday. He was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital where he was treated and then released. Roger Davis, son of Harry Davis of Jerseyville was brought to the hospital at 2:15 a.m. Saturday following an auto accident on Rte. 109 near here. The car he was driving went out of control and hit a highway sign. He suffered multiple contusions and abrasions and was treated and released. Randy Williams, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Williamson of Jerseyville, injured his right foot when he stepped on a piece of lass at his home. The bottom of the foot was lacerated and he was brought to the hospital at 2 p. m. Friday and the wound was ,utured. Michael Thomason, 3-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ra> Thomason of Jerseyville, suffered a laceration of the forehead when le fell against a coffee table at iis home Friday evening. He was orought to the hospital at 10:35 a.m. Friday and sutures were used to close the wound. Parents of Daughter JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. John Saunders of Medora have given the name Regina Ann to heir infant daughter born at 9:20 ).m. Thursday at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby veighed 4 pounds WVs ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. Idna Jackson and Charles Bar•y of Greenfield, and Mr. ind Mrs. Frank Saunders of H a r d i n. Before her marriage Mrs. Saunders was Miss Sandra Jackson. This is the first child of the couple. Former Residents Visit Here JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Ralph ittle of Orlando, Fla., her daughter, Mrs. June Vosburgh and daughter, Tammy, of Gardena, Calif., who have been visit- ng Mrs. Vosburgh's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Litle, left by plane Thursday for Gardena. Mrs. Little remained here for a longer visit with his brother and sister-in-law and will join his family in California later. Mrs. Little will accompany him back to Jerseyville where they will visit briefly en route back to Florida. The Little family are former residents of Jerseyville and Mr. Little was employed in the post office here. Tammy Vosburgh has been spending two months in Florida with her grandparents and her mother joined her there for a week's vacation before they came to Jerseyville. Mrs. Vosburgh was on vacation from her duties with TWA. Parents of Boy JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Sievers of Meppen are parents of a boy born at 7:20 a.m. Thursday at the Jersey Community Hospital. At birth the baby weighed 9 pounds 7 ounces. I He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Kronable of Meppen, Mrs. Sievers was formerly Miss Martha Kronable. Other children in the family are Roy 11, Sandra 10, Marlene 9, Raymond 5 and Patrick 4. Family Moves Here JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. John Schultz Jr., have moved to Jerseyville from Beardstown and are residing at 503 North Harrison in the residence of the late Mrs. George Hall. Findley Criticizes V Freemans' Junket WASHINGTON (Special) - The inonth long tour of Communist countries by Agriculture Secretary Orville Freeman and Mrs. Freeman, was termed "house- hunting" by Rep. Paul Findley (R-II1) in a statement today. Accompanied by eight Department of Agriculture officials, the Freemans left today on a trip which will take them to the Soviet Union, Poland, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and Rumania. Findley commented, "The junket gives substance to the rumor that Secretary Fret' man is now considered a New Frontier liability, and Is about to be kicked upstairs into a diplo- malic position. "It is more likely house-hunting and a warm-up for an ambassadorship, than the serious study of Communist agriculture predicted in Department of Agri^ culture publicity releases. Freeman is traveling halfway around the world supposedly to trade ideas with Communists in five countries on how to control farms and farmers. In planning the itinerary, he apparently overlooked Communist Cuba and Castro's minister of agriculture, Che Guevera. He could search the world over and not find a more dedicated Communist yeader than Guevera, and he'd have to travel only 90 miles off Florida's coast to find him. "Hhere 'the real reason is house- hunting or Idea-hunting, it's hard to see how the U.S. taxpayer can possibly benefit from this extensive junketing by Mr. Freeman and his entourage.. ." Two Hurt in Collision At Hartford WOOD RIVER — Two men were admitted to Wood River Township Hospital Saturday at 10:45 p.m. for treatment of Injuries received when their automobile rah into the back of a trailer truck on Rte. 67 In Hartford. Both Vehicles were traveling south on Alt. 67 when the accident occurred, police said. Johnny Dean Johnson, 20, 45 North Ninth St., East Alton, driver of the car, suffered back and shoulder injuries and facial lacerations. H i s passenger Jerry Knight, 21, 1318 Miland. Wood River received facial lacerations and a laceration of the right arm. The driver of the truck, William Kencade, 48, Granite City, was uninjured. TRADITION RUTLAND, Vt. (AP)—When Madelyn Stafford was graduated from Middlebury (Vt.) College, she was the third gen. eration of her family to receive a bachelor's degree from that institution. Her grandfather, the late Bert Stafford, graduated from Middlebury In 1901. Her father, Congressman Robert T. Stafford, a trustee of the college, was graduated in 1935. And her mother is also an alumna, class of 1938. tire* t ANKARA Gottdyear's Turkish plant turns oxit 100 tires dally tut will increase to 500 sown. Set KARACHI - At least 408 miles of gas pipe are (o be put down next year in north Pakistan. Find Out for Yourself.... Come Out And See Why Our Pood Is The Best In The Area!! "Colonel SrtfitteiV' KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN ALL YOU CAN EAT! MONDAY and TUESDAY JULY 15*16 PER PERSON! PANCAKE HOUSE UOItttlltDi COfVIIOHt 1953. ItS HIOHtT. CtMlk HUtNU.e 3080 GODFREY UOAD PHONE 400-0201 Open Daily 'Til 11 P.M.—Friday and Saturday 'Til 2 A.M. *************** * FREE HYGROMETER! 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Paul's Fabrics 814 W. 3rd Schaef tor's 108 W. 3rd Sears Roebuck Co. 305-33 i'iusu Slack Furniture 208 \V. 3rd Thrifty 333 Uolle Thrift Hardware 000 H«llo MONDAY NITE wmtMM ^^•'k'Wja*.** I^^^^^^^H ^ #%** r^^^ x^n ^ ^ A* <>f \ ^vs y v - ;<•«*•; ^V-sX" &VV.&* ^» m r&^feV**;* %xv ^ s ** * v v •,•••« *9* ^»<^^>V *? ^ .., '-'v s "'W v - '*, . \ <S* \5>* < j ? " * ;,{-,< * i' .••> ~ s ^ ' * ^>l/ jf. .<* ,5- '^^sw^;s' ^ ^&^' ''"*•'',>?>•> '*< \4\^» <<+ '}:, J ft/i '/ f f\^ f , ^ X/' .. f,' r,f v '^ ' '•,* ^vtivyA."* >->,:', >^'.'-« W/r: With a little "fixin" at the right time, a "no place" can be made into a "show place"! If lack of funds is holding you back, come in NOW and discuss a thrifty loan from usl BANK TRUST COMPANY IN THIRp STREETS ALTON, ILLINOIS 4$

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