Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 26, 1963 · Page 10
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July 26, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH , JULY ad, is Top Livestock Winners Awarded Trophies Today EDWARDSVILLE *- Grand championship livestock trophies wei-e awarded this afternoon at the Madison County Fair. Winners were: Beef Cow, Jack Week, Jerseyville; Beef Bull, Roger Webb. Waggoner; Dairy COW, Cleo Nitzsche, Walsh; Dairy Bull, John Wilson, Coulterville; Ewe and Rani, Ann Walker, Arm- itiglofi; Sow, Lawrence Range, Marissa; Boar, Roger Roehrig, DISCOUNT! WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E, Broadway Special lot of Laflles' Shoes, values to $5,00 -rail heels, nil sizes, but not In alt stylos. Pair Mascotilah; Poultry, Loy Lehman, Marissa; Market Barrow, Starkweather Bros., Hettick; Market Lamb, Robert Lehman, Girard; Beef Steer, M. Laverne Tuetken, Jerseyville. Grand championship winners in the junior divisions receiving trophies were: Beef Bull Calf, Bardelmeier Hereford Farm, Edwards ville; Beef Female, Gary Bradel- meier, Marine; Beef Steer, Billy Sailers, Troy; Dairy Bull Calf, Ronald Nagel, Highland; Dairy Heifer, Charles Kanning, Moro; Daily Cow, Roselayne Farm, Troy; Ram and Ewe Lamb, Martin Barnes, Highland; Ewe, Tom Glassmaker, Highland; Boar Pig, Gilt and Barroy, Donald Hedigcr, Alhambra; Champion 4-11 Dairy Calf, Lois Keilbach, Highland; best exhibit by 4-H member, Donald Hediger, Alhambra. The livestock show was one of the largest ever held at the fair with more than 400 hogs, over 300 sheep, 280 dairy cattle and 250 beef cattle. Donors of trophies for winners were Madison County To Ue Honored As Oldest Moose Henry Wub.ler, 90, believed to ho the oldest active member Moose District 10. will be honored by the Alton Moose Lodge Satur day night for "his faithful and regular attendance at meetings o the lodge." Wulzler. known to member;? &f "Heinle," will also receive a gif from the lodge. The program will begin at ( p.m. with tt potluck supper, am Max Downs, governor, will off! elate during the ceremonies. A dance will follow the program. Godfrey MYF to Wash Cars Saturday GODFREY — Members of the Methodist Youth Fellowship of the First Methodist Church will stage a car wash at the church oi Grace Street Saturday beginning at 10 p.m., it was announced today. Cost per car will be ?1. business firms and organizations. BEFORE YOU BUY ANY FURNITURE AT ANY PRICE... ANYWHERE... SHOP GODFREY use an liful Located v In North Alton Shopping Center — State and Delmar This is a complete sell-out of FINE FURNITURE! We are forced to vacate a brand new store (only 4 months old) CONVENIENTLY LOCATED BESIDE P. N. HIRSCH CO.—IN "NORTH ALTON SHOPPING CENTER," STATE & DELMAR STS—Every item is brand new, no special purchases—Our only aim is to sell everything as quickly as possible. THIS IS A RARE CHANCE FOR YOU TO SAVE ON BRAND NEW FURNITURE FROM THE NATION'S TOP MAKERS—Positively nothing held back, every item must be sold—regardless. SAVE AND MORE OPEN TONIGHT 'til 9 SMILES OF DISTINCTION Five girls were honored Thursday at Illinois Bell Telephone Company for dependability and received white headsets as a symbol of the distinction. From left, Karen Burleson, operator; Mildred Hnusmnn, supervisor; Evelyn Warren, supervisor; Margaret Lyons, operator, and June Beard, clerk, who received a desk pen * set. News Briefs \ • . Raid Nets Pornographic Books at Lawyers' Club By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS LONDON (AP)—Siotland Yard detectives raided London's Inner Temple, the stronghold of Bri- ain's lawyers. Thursday night ind carried off a vanload of books ind pictures they said were pornographic. It took five detectives an hour o load the van. Police sources aid a prosecution would follow. The Inner Temple is a precinct of quiet lanes and alleys. Law- •ers have -lived and worked there or centuries. Now it is the head- juarters of attorneys specializing n divorce and criminal cases. CHARLTON, England (AP) — The British army regretfully ended 10 days of excitement in this drowsy country community with an announcement that the mys- erious S-foot-wide crater in farmer Roy Blanchard's potato field was not caused by a flying saucer. Army engineers dug out a half pound hunk of matter, said it appeared to be a meteorite and sent t to the British Museum for investigation. PARIS (AP)—The National As- iembly overrode a Senate vote and approved for a second time the government's antistrike bill. The measures become law. The bill requires unions to give five days notice before striking in government-operated ce industries. public serv- AGRINION, Greece (AP) — A boat carrying pilgrims across a .ake to a monastery to celebrate i saint's festival capsized Thursday and police reported 20 drosvned. There were only two survivors. TEL AVIV, Israel (AP)—An Is- 'aeli army spokesman described as a lie a Cairo claim that United Arab Republic fighters shot down an Israeli plane in a dogfight over the Sinai Desert Tuesday. PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AP)—The conference of British ommonwealth Caribbean territories ended Thursday night with a plea to the United States to increase it's aid to development nroiects in the area, You are invited to attend the outdoor NOVENA JULY 28th - AUGUST 5th at the ( NATIONAL SHRINE OF OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS Located on Rt. 460 near Belleville, 111. 8 miles east of St. Louis, Mo. Outdoor Devotions Begin at 8 p.m. Each Evening An Abundance of Parking Space and Seating Facilities Plan to come to one or more of the nine evening devotions honoring Our Lady of the.Snows. America's largest outdoor shrine, Each evening you will hear an impressive sermon. Join the thousands w.ho gather on these occasions to express their love for Our Blessed Mother and her Divine Son. Unite your petitions with many others seeking the intercessions of the Blessed Mother, She does not fail those who prove their love for her. An inspiring Candle Light Procession will climax the NOVENA -devotions pn the closing night, August 5th, Feast of the Snows. SUNDAY, JULY 28th SUNDAY, AU0UST 4th and MONDAY, AUGUST 5th Buses will leave the public square in Alton on the above dates at 6 p,m, to attend the devotions at the Shrine, ROUND TRIP FARE $1,50 Ward Says He Suspected Christine By IIAI, COOPER LONDON (AP)—Stephen Ward testified today he has "a pretty shrewd idea" that Christine Keeler was having sexual relations with War Minister John D. Pro- fumo in Ward's .apartment in 1961. * The society osteopath, 50, told the jury in his trial on charges of procuring and living off the proceeds of prostitution that he "had no direct knowledge." Under cross-examination on the fifth day of the trial, Ward told his version of Profumo's first meeting with Christine at a swimming pool on the Cliveden estate of Viscount Astor. Christine testified she was naked when Profumo andn several other Astor house guests found her. Ward said Miss Keeler's brief swimming suit had started to come off "and we were fooling about." But he denied that she was nude. Profumo resigned in from the government disgrace and the House of Commons .last month after admitting he lied to the House when he denied having an affair with Christine. The scan dai nearly drove Prime Minister Macmillan from office. Ward agreed later he learned that Christine was seeing Profu- mo at his London flat. Ward said he did not believe Miss Keeler ever had intercourse with Soviet naval Capt. Eugene Ivanov, whom she was seeing at the same time she was seeing Profumo, or if she did "there could have been only one isolated incident." Christine's simultaneous rela tionship with Profumo and Ivanov. who was an assistant Soviet naval attache, laid a new security scandal on the, door of the Conservative government. This aspect of the case is under investigation. Ward testified he had introduced Christine and Marilyn (Mandy) Rice-Davies to Douglas Fairbanks Jr. because he thought Fairbanks could help them get in the movies. Fairbanks earlier this week denied the testimony of Mandy, 18 that he had sexual relations with her. Fairbanks said she and Christine asked him to get then a screen test but he was no longer producing televisio.n films anc could riot arrange it. Ward admitted introducing the two girls to Viscount Astor also and other friends of his but de nied his purpose was for the girls to have sexual relations with the mon. Ward testified that Christine had a strong sexual attraction foj him when they first met five years ago—when she was 16—but said his feeling turned to one oi Platonic friendship. But he said 'there was nothing platonic about his feeling for Mandy. Rpxana Puck to Have Paper Drive ROXANA — Plans for a paper drive to be conducted Aug. were made at the annual potluck supper and family outing of Cub Pack 33, held in Belk Park earlier this week, Henri Kinson, cubmas ter, reports. Awarded prizes in the "Fishing Derby" which highlighted the af fair, were: Bobbie Benter for catching the smallest fish; Bobbie Leckrone, largest; and Allen Raines; the largest catch. > The fishing contest was held at the park lake. Children IJenefU TEGUCIGALPA-Most of the schools planned by; Honduras are for children who, now'receive no education at all. Judge Won't Modify 1C Injunction CHICAGO (AP)—Four on-traiti unions have been unsuccessful in obtaining modification of a 10-day injunction barring a strike against the Illinois Central Railroad. The dispute is over the location of work at the railroad's East St. Louis terminal facilities. The injunction was granted by Judge Joseph Sam Perry in U.S. District Court Wednesday. Thursday Judge Perry denied a union motion for a court-ordered delay in plans to have work crews begin and end work in a new location about three miles from present facilities. The unions said they should have been consulted before a terminal change was made but the railroad said the change' involved "an area for managerial discretion." Cited in the injunction were the Brotherhood men, Order Railroad Train- Conductors and Brakemen, Brotherhood of Loco- Vance Ftilket'soii Stars in 'The Would-Be Gentleman* Kciffiffin.t Oct* OPEfWAdteN *• Oetfftmrit's Parliament Is consldetlhf a 12 bill package of legisintiofi designed to boost the econbmy . tt.V BOB of tt'owl fclvbf Bureau WOOD RIVER - Vahce Fulkerson, a recent graduate of Wood River High School, stole the limelight Thursday night with Jerry Lewis type antics in the portrayal of "The Would-Be. Gentleman", a rich 'Frenchman of the 17th century trying to join the ranks of nobility. Approximately 100 persons attended the two-act play. The performance was done in "Theater In the Round" which brought the audience at the Wood River roundhouse in close contact with the players. The actors In the main cast gave .excellent performances as straight men for Fulkcrson's characterization of a fop devoted to the accumulation of the trivialities of knowledge while seeking the favor of.nobility. Two scenes outstanding for their humorous . ridiculousness were when Fulkerson was fitted for a new outfit by his tailors to the musical accompaniment of a grnnd march and a ceremony In which he was made a "mamamoochie", a take Turkish title given him by a couple of jokers. The cast was made up of young people from East Alton, Hartford, Rosewood Heights, Roxana and 4 From Edwardsville Admitted to Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Four area residents wci;e admitted Friday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, three patients were discharged and one birth recorded.. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thompson, Rte. 4, a son, at 10:25 a.m. Thursday, weight 6 pounds 5 ounces. The mother is the former Louise Blasingin. Admitted were: Miss Kyle Lewis, 1410 Eberhart; Miss Louise Erase, 309 South Fillmore; Raymond Simmons, 106 Second Ave:! Edward Stahlhut, 609 Montclaire. Discharged were: Mrs. Anna Ashauer, Rte. 2; Mrs. Bruce Cumberledge and son, 17 Greenway Drive; Ray Long, 216 Springer. motive Engineers, and Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen. The unions represent 23,000 Illinois Central employes. Judge Michael L. Igoe of U.S. District Court will conduct a -hearing on a permanent injunction Aug. 1. Wood River Who are known as the "Community Players", This production, their first, was undet- the direction of Richard Claridge, Head of the Dramatics Department of Wood River High School. The group was sponsored and furnished facilities by the Wood River Jlveland Teen Club. England haU loaned Turkey $8 million. . J&ASnringman MAS LAWN «** Power Mowers STANDARD CASEMENT Model 870 TRUE CAPACITY RATING! All Coolerotor coding copacttUi certified by National Electrical. Manufacturers Aiioclatlon. * LARGER SIZES 8,600 BTU, 110 Volt . $196 16,500 BTU, 220 Volt . 288 Supply Limited at these prices! Other Models up to 30,000 BTU COOLERATOR DEHUMIDIFIER '78 With Automatic Control— Free* Hygrometer (with, purchase) * * * * * "Authorized Frigidaire Sales and Service" ^550 E. 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