Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 19, 1963 · Page 20
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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 19, 1963
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; Evening TV Digest OX (0118) 4, RSI) ( S, If • JLflitte Stooges (R) fit 16*4 V.WAtMr City Camera & Wealhei 4 NMfifGnMdte B Muntley-BHnkley U Rfteky A Mis Friends Cheyenne (R) 4 Rawhide (R) 8 International Showtime (R) „ , 11 People Are Funny 7tbft"41 fte&t of Groucho (R) ttSO— 2 Fllntslones (R) 4 Route 66 (R) B Sing With Mitch (R) 9 P.S. 4 11 High Road to Danger 8*00-2 I'm Dickens (R) 9 What's New? 11 I Search 'or Adventure 8:30-2 77 Sunset Strip (R) 4 Alfred Hitchcock (R) 5 Price Is Right 9 Book House 11 Jeff's Collie (R) 8:45—9 Book Review »iOO— 5 Jack Paar (R) 9 Drama Festival 11 Movie — "San Antone" (1952) katy Jufado, Rod Cameron 9:30-2 third Man 4 Eyewitness 10:00-2 4 8 News 10:1ft-2 4 5 Wenthef 10:15-2 Steve Allen 4 Eye on St. t/itils 5 Johnny Carson 10:30—4 Movie — "Tnnan's Peril (1951) Virginia Huston, Lex Barker 10:50—11 Movie — "Her Adventurous Night" (1946) Helen Walker, Dennis O'Keefe 11M5-2 Movie — "The House of Intrigue" (1959) Dawn Addams, Curt Jurgens 12:00—5 Tonight In St. Louis 12:05-4 Movie — "Batann" (1942) Robert Taylor, Thomas Mitchell 12:30—5 11 News 12:35—5 Almanac 12:40-5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion K15—2 News & Sports 1:20—2 Mahalia Jackson 2:10—4 News & Religion Hospital Notes Wood MfctttCAL Robert McEuen, 109 Van Pretef. Steve Minnrick, 134 Acton. SUftGlCAL Edward Scott, 643 Third. Dennis Vinyard, 912 Penning. Rosemary Nicholls, Granite City, DISMISSALS Calvin Thomas, lit Central. Mrs. Una Kevarl, 1212 Armstrong Reginald Alderman, 890 State. Frank A. Bowman, Granite City. Mrs. June Hull, 227 Madison. Mrs. Sophia Bagdasaroff, 869 Penning. Mrs. Sylvia Overton, 7 Old St. Louis Road. Ronald Stanley, 3520 Fullerton. Alton Memorial MKO10AL Bobby Masters, East Alton. Clyde Ash, 205 E. 13th. Saturday Daytime, July 20 6:4»-4 Give Us This Day 5:50-4 News 6:00—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Landscaping Your Home 5 Modern Farming 7:30—4 Cartoon Corner 5 Ruff 'n Reddv 7:45—2 Mahalia Jac!:son 7:50—2 Farm Report 7:55—2 News Break 8:00—2 Spotlight on KETC 4 Capt. Kangaroo 5 Corky the Clown 9:00—2 Crusader Rabbit 4 Alvin 5 Shari Lewis 9:30—2 Casper & Co. 4 Might Mouse (R) 5 King Leonardo 10:00—2 Cartoonies • 4 Rin Tin Tin (R) 5 Fury 10:30—2 Beany & Cecil 4 Roy Rogers (R) 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 11:00—2 Bugs Bunny 4 Sky King (R) 5 Annie Oakley (R) 11:30—2 Allakazam 4 Friendship Show i5 -Lone Ranger (R) Noon—2 My Friend Flicka (R) 4 Movie — "You're in the Army Now" (1941) Jimmy Durante, Phil Silvers 5 St. Louis Hop 11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Brave Eagle (R) . 11 Education 1:00—2 Highway Patrol (R) 5 Top Star Bowling LI Newsreels 1:30—2 Waterfront (R) 4 Ch. 4 Views the Press 11 Foreign Legionaire 1:45— \ News: Carmichaei 8:00—2 Peter Gunn (R) 4 Freedom on Trial 5 Robin Hood (R) 11 Suspense Theater 2:30—2 Movie — "Gunga Din" (1943) Gary Grant, Douglas Fairbanks Jr. 4 Challenge 5 Hopalong Cassidy (R) 3:00—4 Close-Up 3:15—11 Movie — See Fri. f 10:50 p.m., Ch. 11 3:30—4 Repertoire Workshop 5 Movie — "Invisible Agent" (1942) Ilona Massey, Peter Lorre 4:00—2 Wide World of Sports (R) 4 Speclul -PGA Golf Tourney /Sllf-StRVICC /SHOf STORK FOR THE »ur 4:30—11 Shirley Temple Theater 5:00—2 Strike It Lucky 4 Movie — "King of Chinatown" (1939) Anna May Wong, Akim Tamiroff 5 Wrestling Tractor Destroyed In Carrollton Fire CARROLLTON - A fire of un determined origin'completely destroyed a caterpillar tractor on the Joseph Schmidt farm Wednesday afternoon. The tractor was owned ay the Casswood Industries of 3eardstown and had been used [or bulldozing and logging on the 'arms of Joseph Schmidt and John Schmidt, but was not in use at the time of the fire. The ichmidt tractor standing nearby also caught fire and was damaged to a certain extent. The men of the Carrollton Fire Pro- ection District were called to the cene. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — A marriage cense was issued July 16 in the ffice of Richard McLane to Joe Vashburn and Miss Brenda Barow, both of White Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sawyer and ons . are spending the week- nd with Mrs. Sawyer's mother, firs. Charles Neal, eriroute to leir home from Fort Campbell, 'y., where they had gone to get leir son, Charles, who is sta- oned there and will return to amp July 29 after spending a eave with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cehan were vernight guests Tuesday of their on-in-law and daughter, the Rev. nd Mrs. Darwin Rolens, enroute o their home in St. Louis from vacation trip. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garrison f Grosse Pointe' Woods, Mich., ere guests from Saturday until /ednesday of Garrison's foster Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude ishop. Mrs, Frank Keller is on a two- r eek vacation from her secre- arial work in the office of Robrt French, Greene County Super- ntendent of Highways. During er absence, Mrs. Hollyn Jackon is employed in the office. A marraige license was issued uly 17 in the office of County Ilerk Richard McLane to Dennis Carmody and Miss Karen L. Parkr, both of Carrollton. The grunion, a slender fish, veraging five to six inches in ength, exists only in the waters ff Southern California. On most outhern California beaches, be- ween March and August, at each ull or new moon as the high des occur, the grunion can be seen running on where they spawn, the beaches INSULATE NOW FOR ADDED COOLING THIS SUMMER.,. BETTER HEATING THIS WINTER! BRING US YOUR MEASUREMENTS FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND PROFESSIONAL HELP WITH YOUR INSULATION REQUIREMENTS! WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR HIGHEST QUALITY Gold Bond Insulation Fw Good Lumber—Call This Number,., HO 5*7701 BUILDING SUPPLY fttrwn 5f. flt tht IfIHInt Highway Eastern Star GrandMatron At Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE — The Jerseyville Chapter Order of Eastern star meet Tuesday evening with the Grand Matron of State of Illinois, Mrs. Mildred Blomstrand and the Grand Patron, Andrew Rapp of Chicago as guests for iheir official visit. Nine Grand officers, three Grand Representatives from the states of North Dakota, Maine and Colorado and the past grand matron, Mrs. Elfreda Barr were present. This is the first time since 1955 that the grand worthy matron and grand worthy patron have visited the local chapter. A banquet was served at the First Baptist Church prior to the meeting. Miss Betty Cox presented gifts to the grand matron from the local chapter; Mrs. Doris Spangle, one from the past matrons; and Mrs. Lena Kruse, one from the grand chapter committees. Mrs. Hargis Maholland, local chapter worthy matron, presented (he grand* matron an honorary membership in the local chapter. The next meeting will be Protem night to be held August 6. Guest of Mrs. DuIIathvay JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Willian H; Hough of Williamsport, Pa. are spending this week at the home of Mrs. Fred A. DuHadway. Mrs, Hough was formerly Miss Frances Fales of Jerseyville. Home From Vacation Trip JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Gus Roth have returned to their nome here following a few days vacation. They visited with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roth and children in South Bend, Indiana, and with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roth in Carbondale, where Richard Roth is a student at Southern Illinois University. On Visit in Colorado JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. James W. Thatcher and sons, Alan and Charles, and daughter, Irene, of Edwardsville, left Friday for a two weeks vacation in Colorado. Mr. Thatcher is the son of Carl E. Thatcher and Mrs. Thatcher is the daughter of Mrs. F. A. Du- Hadway of Jerseyville and both are former residents here. Bitten by Dog JERSEYVILLE—Thomas Quinn, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Quinn of Rte. 1, Jerseyville was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. At home the boy was playing and a dog jumped up and bit his right ear. He was released after treatment. JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Turner, Pekin, are announcing the birth of a son on Tuly 16 at the Methodist Hospital in Peoria. The baby has been named Mark Alan and he weighed 7 pounds and 6 ounces. He is a ;randson of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ballard and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Turner of Jerseyville and is a great grandson of Mrs. Gladys Tendick and Mrs. Frances Hicks of Jerseyville and Mrs. Susan Turner of Shelbyville. Mrs. Turner ,vas the former Lana Ballard of Jerseyville. Leadership Conference JERSEYVILLE — Sherry Gaff- ley, Jean McDaniel and Bob Moore, Jersey County 4-H'ers, will oin more than 350 Illinois 4-H -lub members at the 4-H State Junior Leadership Conference July 22 through 27 at the 4-H Memorial Camp in Monticello. Sheets, Wood ftivef. Paul Galllgos, Wood ftiver. Mrs. Dorothy Young, East Alton Mrs. Aftne Baron, Godfrey. Mrs. Katie Elledge, Nebo. Robert McCartney, 1629 Jersey Gary Walker, Wood River. Edward Cornelius, Dow. Patty Waters, 1222 Brown. Jeanette Fritz, 1014 Adams Ct. Frank Schmidt, 812 Lahgdort. SURGICAL Mrs. Ruby Jones, 3155 Lawn. Timothy West, 2208 Marqiiette. William Wymah, Brighton. Brenda Kennedy, 1124 Seller. Mrs. Sharon Seifrit, 628 E. Ninth Mrs. Beverly Roberson, Cottagi Hills. Clell Perotka, Godfrey. Mrs. Shirley Ballard, Jerseyvilli Mrs. Aretta Wilson, 1310 Spauld ing. Bonnie Allen, 2201 Morning Star Mrs. Bessie Morales, 1803 Oak Wood. Geraldlne Martin, Alton. DISMISSALS Sharon Wilson, 2518 Alfaretta. Frances Rldenour, 1105 Seller. Mrs. Jean Griffith, 614 Forest. Mrs. Hortence Powers, E. Alton Mrs. Betty Raypole, Pocahontas Garry Wehmeyer, Hamel. Miss Sue Hayes, 1600 Greenwood Mrs. Frances Wrischnik, Easl Alton. Mrs. Sue Coffman, East Alton. Orville Guilander, Jerseyville. Glenn Rhine, Medora. John Schwinn, Caseyville. Mrs. Freda Challacombe, God frey. Mrs. Geschc Lotz, East Alton. John Mitchell, 1116 Quincy Ct, Dianne Laslie, Godfrey. Mrs. Marilyn Kilburn, Elsah. Mrs. Delores Witcher, 2624 Sidney Charles Sevier, Kampsville. Ronald Gibson, Hardin. Melcin Kruse, 505 Condit. Laura Evans, Cottage Hills. Darline Hickman, 3058 Paul. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Herschel Hunter Kane. Mrs. Nettie Bouchard, Jerseyville Hugo Drainer, Fieldon. DISMISSALS Mary Susan Updike, Jerseyville Robert Updike, Jerseyville. Mrs. James White, Jerseyville. Steve Scott, Jerseyville. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Harold Zirkelbach, 905 Rixon. Mrs. Kunigunda Wittman, Rte. 1, Godfrey. Mrs. Lena Wyman, Rte. 1, Alton Mrs. Mildred Fallen, 1205 McKinley. Edward Am burg, Grafton. Loretta Wall, Cottage Hills. DISMISSALS Mike Bryant, Cottage Hills. Stacie M.. Martin, 775 Park. Kelly Wood, Wood River. Mrs. Anna Kaya, Edwardsville. GRASS CARPET MEYER ZOYSIA if Emerald Green at 100° •fr Grows in Any Soil * Needs '/3 Less Cutting * Needs >/3 Less Worer if Water and Crabgrass and W«9ds Are Eliminated Plant Big 2| Plugs Every Sq. Ft. Morning Star Nursery HO 5-3292 Hoffman Supply HO 5-5232 Plasa Nursery 466-1955 Dodson's Garden Gate 466*1511 PUNTING PLUGGERS FOR RENT St. Joseph's MEDICAL Miss Vanessa Cotton, 1626 Market Mrs. Mary Henke, Edwardsville Mrs. Taka Howarth, 367 Elble, Wood River. J. Herbert Peel, 2205 Alby. Miss LaDonna Swain, 105 Ninth. Mrs. Patricia A. Wittman, 212 Mounier. Earl Burns, Grafton. Miss Flora Wallape, Piasa. SURGICAL Mrs. Debra Waggoner, 1151 Ferguson, Wood River. Becky Griesbaum, 212 E. 21st. Roy Crowder, '159 Old St. Louis Road, Wood River. Mrs. Dorothy Hacke, Godfrey. Mrs. Jennie Wagenblast, Rte. 1, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS Lowell Bazzell, East Alton. Mrs. Theresa Bertman, Jerseyville. Mrs. Nancy Bunker, Graf ton- Miss Susan Cotter, 1857 Mulberry. Mrs. Rose Flack, Hartford. Mrs. Marcella Fluck, 410 Cherry. Mrs. Mary Foster, East Alton. Earl Kirby, Bethalto. Mrs. Alice Kite, 1126 Brown. Mrs. Mary Klinke, 828 Washington. Mrs. Janet Mills, Moro. Mrs. Inez Milon, Jerseyville. Mrs. Georgene Newell, E. Alton. Rondel Newell, Cottage Hills. Miss Joy Norman, 3630 Aberdeen Wilmer Ramsey, 2609 Clawson. Miss Brenda Riggs, East Alton. Mrs. Ella Swain, 105 E. Ninth. Mrs. Matilda Weishaupt, 320 Deneen. Today in Washington Crime Rate Increases Much Faster •'".''' "i Than Population in United States By THE ASSOCIATED rttEss WASHINGTON (AP) - In the news from Washington: CRIME RAMPAGE: the national crittie fate is increasing four times as fast as the population, the FBI reports. Last year It climbed to a new iigh. For the first time more [nan two million serious offenses were recorded — almost four a minute. The statistics were contained in •"81 Director J. Edgar Hoover's 'eport Thursday to Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy. Last year's crime rate topped 961's by 6 per cent. Every crime category but murder increased. Murder dropped 2 per cent. The trend, the FBI said, was 13 per cent higher than the average rime rate over the three years if 1959-1961. Statistically, among every 100,' XX) Americans, there were 4.5 murders, 8.8 rapes, 51.3 robber- es, 75.1 assaults and 480.4 bur- ;laries. BUDGET DEFICIT: A sharp ncrease in sales of government- held mortgages was a major fac- or in slicing the budget deficit or fiscal 1963, Treasury Secre- ary Douglas Dillon said Thursday. President Kennedy announced Wednesday the deficit for the 12 months which ended June 30 was $6.2 billion, about $2.6 billion be- ow estimates made by the administration in January. Dillon and Budget Director Kermit Gordon said the sales of the jovernment - owned mortgages vere $800 million more than had been anticipated. EARNINGS-JOBS; Secretary of ,abor W. Willard Wirtz has ex .ressed satisfaction with statis- ics showing weekly earnings actory workers passed the $100 mark last month and employment hit 70 million, "These are impressive figures," Wirtz said in announcing tie statistics Thursday. "They are not only sources for some atisfaction • in themselves; they are indicative of the continual mprovement of the over-all econ- imy." Factory workers' average earn- ngs for June were $100.61. The revious record set in May was 99.47. Non-farm employment rose jUO.OOO to 56.8 million, an increase >f 110,000 over the normal seasonal gain. Unemployment in June totaled : .8 million, a gain of 800,000 over Way. Greased Pig Winners Listed at Greene CARROLLTON — There were eight winners in the greased pig ontest last week at the Greene County Fair, sponsored by the Greene County Farm Bureau. iach of the eight winners will be equired to furnish a pig for the ontest next year. The winners were George Ross, 3ob Plogger, Paul S. Wehrly, Charles Albrecht, Daniel Voiles, ohn Lake, Nancy Tapen and John toundcount. WSCS Meets At Medora MEDORA — The Woman's Society of Christian Service met at the home of Mrs. Hnttie Wilton Thursday, "Report From The Lands of Decision" was the title of this month' lesson given by Mrs. Jason FoX. The next meeting will be Aug. 15 at 2 p.m. with Mrs. Jnson Fox and Mrs. Ralph Chandler as hostesses. Leader will be M r s. Earl Strunk. Missionary Circle Meets at Medora MEDORA — The Naomi Missionary Circle of Bethel Baptist Church met Thursday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Leo Day, assisted by Mrs. Ray Snow and Mrs. George Mohrman, gave the lesson entitled, "Reflecting On Our Reflections." The love gift dedication was given by Mrs. George Mohrman and a report on the woman's conference at Jacksonville was given by Mrs. Ray Snow and Mrs. Tossle Ritchey. The next meeting will be Aug. 8 at 2 p.m. ' New Jersey Visitors MEDORA — Mr. and Mrs. Luman Doughtery of Summit, N. J., former residents of Medora, are staying at the home of Nelson Targhetta and are in charge of the Warner Funeral Home while the Targhetta family is on vacation in Washington, D.C. From here they .will go Brigh- Girl Scout Day Camp at Worden Closes Today WORDEN — Closing services of the Girl Scout Day Camp at Wordcn were held this afternoon. About 75 girls from Livingston, Hamel, Carpenter and Wordetl attended the session held this week. Mrs. Edgar H, Hering was director. About 15 leaders from various troops directed the camp activities. Wordcn Notes Arthur Bridges is a patient at Stauntoit Community Memorial Hospital. William F. Zirger returned Wednesday from the Staunton Hospital.. DAZZLING SIGHT COLUMBUS, Ohio (#) It looked like a million dollars — and it was. That's how much money was on view in a well- guarded glass case at the Buckeye Federal Savings and Loan Co. The display was arranged as part of the company's celebration of a milestone—surpassing $100 million in assets. ton where they will be in charge of the Warner Funeral Home there' during the time Mr. and Mrs. Paul Warner are on vacation. Hurt tn Fall MEDORA — Bruce Heyen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Heyen, was treated at the Carlinville Area Hospital for a broken leg he incurred Sunday when he and his father fell from a tractor on their farm. Model 870 THUS CAMCffY -. 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