Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 24, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 24, 1963
Page 6
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HO 5*9818 Free Parking at 1'urh and Shop Lat» l Fwohftse of $3 or More tttfi ASSOCtAfM) (AP)-Tlie French Senate rejected the government's rike bill by a vote of 20&36 early today btlt it still Will pfoba. bly be enacted. bill goes to a joint Sehftte- committee which Will seek a compromise. If norte is found, the GUallist majority in the Assembly can enact the legislation despite Setiale opposition, BONN, Germany (AP) -- The West German press office is distributing a 50-minute color film on President Kennedy's visit last PRESENTS KENNEDY PLAN WASHINGTON—Secretary of Labor yesterday. At left Is James J. Reynolds, W. Willard Wirtz, as he outlined Presi- the Labor Department's assistant secre- dent Kennedy's formula for dealing with tary for labor-managment relations, the railroad dispute for the Senate (AP Wirephoto) Commerce Committee in Washington Conservation Chief Says: Water Pollution in Illinois Kills 295,000 Fish in 1962 SPRINGFIELD, 111., — Water pollution continues to kill fish in Illinois, William T. Lodge, director of the Illinois Department of Conservation,.said today. The combined total killed it 1962 was estimated at 295,000 fish valued at $61,000, he said. Industrial wastes were attributed to the primary source of trouble, followed by mining operations and domestic sewage. There were 126 miles of stream and five miles of lake shore affected, his report said. "The conditions that cause fish kills are usually accidental or dug to careless operation rather than a lack of facilities to treat wastes," Lodge said. "Control of these conditions is primarily a policing action to apprehend offenders rather than action to get facilities to provide treatment." Concrete evidence of what caused fish kills and the monetary value of fishes destroyed are required to allow the Sanitary Wa ter Board to take effective action in cases where fish are involved Lodge said. The engineer makes field observations and obtains water sam pies for laboratory analysis to try to determine the source of pollution. The biologist makes counts of dead fish and then computes the monetary value of fishes killed. It is very important that field inspections be made as soon as possible; otherwise, there may be inadequate, evidence of what killed the fish and how, many were destroyed. "To make prompt investigation possible, anyone hav- ng knowledge of a fish kill is urgently requested to contact the o u n t y conservation officer," Lodge concluded. 4-H Models Picked Al County Fair EDWARDSVILLE — Ten 4-H Club girls, from a group of 44, modeling in the "skirt-and-scarf" class of the county fair competition Tuesday at Highland, have been selected for final judging Saturday night. The girls are: Rita Ann Stille, Alhambrai Linda Herren, Collinsville; Jo Ellen Steiner, Highland; Betty Jo Brunmvorth, Hamel; Ty Ann Becker, Edwardsville; Jane Hans, Mora; Susan Flath, Troy; Kathleen Hillmer, Pin Oak; Connie Thomas, Granite City; Linda Cooper, Mora. School dresses for age 13 and under will be j u d g e d today at the fair, with 10 winners to be selected for final judging Saturday. 3 From Edwardsville Admitted to Hospital EDWARDSVILLE—Three area residents were admitted Tuesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland; two patients were discharged and two births recorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goldman, 1204A Madison, a son, at 12:50 a.m. today, weight pounds 10 ounces, The mother is the former Darlene Taylor. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Weber, 226 Graemer, a son, at 6:45 a.m, today, weight 6 pounds 6 ounces, The mother is the former Earlene Crowe, Admitted were: Mrs. Anna Ashauer, Rte. 2, Mrs. Minnie smith, Madison County Nursing Home; Mrs. Alma Miller, 1414 Lindenwood. Discharged were: Bradley Buchheim, Rte. 4; Charles Blume 647 Orchard. PRAGUE — The lady keeper of a Czech cemetery has been jailed for taHing bribes from relative^ o| the dead. Wayne H. Harper Installed As Franklin Lodge Master Wayne H. Harper has taken office as Worshipful Master o Franklin Masonic Lodge No. 25. Other officers installed were Floyd A. Doyel, senior warden; Ralph H. Bayley, junior warden. G. G. Morgenroth, treasurer; Cecil A. Griesbaum, secretary; D. A. McCollum, chaplain; Richard W. Young, senior deacon, William C. Winkler, junior deacon; C. Wilbur Jenkins, senior steward; and Charles E. Schutte, junior steward. Verne C. Williamson acted as installing officer; Walter L. Zimmerman, chaplain; Robert C. Daniels, marshall; and Harvey L. Wilson, secretary. The officers were seated at a ceremony Saturday in Franklin Masonic Temple. Mrs. Sly Appointed WOM RitualChairmaii WOOD RIVER — Mrs. John Sly was appointed ritual chairman, and Mrs. Anthony Paynic, bowling chairman, for the coming year, when the women of the Moose met Tuesday in the Moose Hall. Plans were made for August activities which will include: a potluck dinner and social meeting of the academy of Friendship at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 1; a get acquainted party for committee chairmen and co-workers Aug. 12; and a public card party to be sponsored by the unit in the Moose Hall Aug. 21. Mrs. Harold Friemann, senior •egent, announced programs and projects of the fall and winter season will be discussed at the •egular meeting Aug. 13. News Brteh French Senate Won't OK Antistrike Bill today for the first time jn the hi* tory'of the itflta AflUrtttftfl. She waft Mflrto Llah Clnetarl, a Corftrhuhist AW * Were president 6f (he chamber. Giuseppe Codnc- cl Pisfltieill, a Christian Democrat and president of the lower house, was absent. month. JESSELTON, North Borneo (AP)—Police have arrested 21 in doheslans for alleged violations of this British colony's public security regulations, the government said frtore 'arrests could be expected. VATICAN CltY (AP)-Presi^ dent Antonio Segni of Italy niade his first formal visit to Pope Pau VI at the Vatican today. ROME (API—A woman presid ed over the Chamber of Deputies LONDON -- An alligator owner has asked a British car maker to design « set of seat belts for his pet. i;i ^ Blaotlmotftie la Be tti Giirliiivilld CARLfNV!LLl3 -*- A t)ifd1a of 128 pints has been set for the lied Cross blflfldMoblle Visit £M. tiny from 1 to B p.m. at the Car- Hrivllle Affin tfospltnt. Hila will be the first visit ef the bile for the new fiscal; Be alert today, alive IS- 1 I ' • *" *" • LOIS SICKMEIER will open a BARBER SHOP 708 West St. Lauls Av«,—lait Alton SATURDAY, JULY 27 Bookmobile Is On Its Way To Yugoslavia SPRINGFIELD, 111., — An Illinois State Library Bookmobile 3s jound for Zagreb, Yugoslavia. Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier, state librarian, announced today his office is cooperating with the Department of State and Commerce and the United States Information Agency by loaning them the bookmobile for the United States Exhibition entitled, "Highways, U.S. A.," which will be held Sept. 7 through 22. Secretary Carpentier said the projects officer described the ex- libit as an "important undertaking" and stated the Department of Commerce would assume all insurance and freight charges of the bookmobile. The bookmobile will be returned to Illinois in October and the service normally performed by the bookmobile will be taken over by a unit which has just been returned to service after a period of rehabilitation, Secretary Carpenier said. Long Reunion Set At Carrollton Park CARROLLTON — The annual •eunion of the Long family will be held here Sunday at the Lions !lub park. A basket dinner will }e served at noon. AT GIBSON'S . . . 2 3 CARAT TOTAL WEIGHT OF DIAMONDS $ 139 FOR YOUR PROTECTION Weight of center stone damped in shank of ring. '/4 CARAT TOTAL WEIGHT..... .$89.50 NATIONALLY KNOWN I NATIONALLY PRICBDI FIRE-LITE, maberi O/ fristfllt WC«J»T «•»«««€» diamond rings since (853 Exciting style in » diamond ring that will still be smart for years and years, Open un Busy Payment Account... or add to your present Gibson Furniture Account. 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