Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 29, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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Page* 1MB EVENING TELEGRAPH Comic Ctm&lfied Established January IB, ALTOR ILL., MONDAY, JULY 29, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press, 64 Students Will Get Scholarships EDWARbSVlLLE - Sixty-four students will be awarded teacher education scholarships at the tenth annual "presentation ceie- mony" Aug* 8 at the G i 1 s o n Brown School In Godfrey, Supt. of Schools Wilbur tt. L. Trlnipe said today. Dr, George T, Wllklns, former state Superintendent of Public Instruction, will be principal speaker and Trimpe will present the scholarship awards. Dr. Wllklns, now an associate professor of education at Southern Illinois University, will deliver an address titled "So You Are Going To Be A Teacher." Dr. J. B. Johnson, Alton school superintendent, will extend greetings to guests and Rev. Dr. Cortley Burroughs, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Alton will offer the invocatoon. A special presentation will be made by Mrs. Marvin Roberts, director of District 29, Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers. Area winners of teacher education scholarships, applicable to any of the five state teachers colleges in Illinois tor four years are: Roxana: Janet Sticht, Drexine McGill, Janet Dycus, Donna Bockholdt, Darl Walker. Livingston: Dolores Heinz, Steve Bellovich, Carole Augustine, Alan Moggio. Edwardsville: Carolyn Schaefer, Saron Seibert, June Bender, Sandra Schmidt, Jennifer Ruhl, Judy Lee Harris, Kenneth Carlin. Civic-Memorial Bethalto: Marilyn Rowe, Karen Szegedy, Lynne Drennan, Janet Kay Smith, Danny Bess. Alton: Charles LaMarsh, Donald Christy, Patricia Arnold, Rosnmrie Maneke, Barbara Kaye Tuetken. East Alton - Wood River: Carol Anne Allen, Harold Dean Boren Jr., Betty Jean Hayn, Frances Kay Hell, Vicki June Lipscy, Sybil Ann Hudson. Marquette High School, Alton: Kathleen May. Teacher education scholarship winners in the field of special education are: Roxana: Nancy Robey and Judith Barnard. Edwardsville: Carolyn Fiegenbaum and Donna Yates. Bethalto (Civic Memorial): J. Morris Higgins. Alton: Jane Fichtel, C a ,r o 1 Burleson, Dawn Waidnmnn, Dale N. Bower, Rebecca Gillard. East Alton-Wood River: Judy Baker. A supplementary list of scholarships, awarded through the office of Wilbur Trimpe who secured them from the state pool ol re-issued scholarships of those who have refused them because they do not wish to enter college, included: Roxana: Randy Clark and Sherrell Deboard. Edwardsville: Michael O'Hare Janet Dettmer, Carol Loebacl and Patricia Parke. Alton: Roberta Ghent, Ronald Kuhn, Carol Carlton, Winnie Marsh and David Chester, Bethalto: Beatrice Zakrzewski Gerald Criteser, William Thurs ton, Ethel Lynch and'Doreda Fontana. Marquette; Elizabeth McPike St. Louis Power Sti*ike Is Averted SI 1 . LOUIS (AP) —A strike b some 1,200 union employes of thi Union Electric Co, of St. Lout was averted early Sunday as con tract agreement was reached. The agreement is subject t» ratification by the members o Operating Engineers ( Local 148 who operate the electric com pany's plants in Greatre St. Louis Kookuk, Iowa; Lake of th Ozarks, Mo. and in Cahokia am Venice, 111. Terms of the agreement wer withheld by both sides pendln ratification, Leo Bachlnskl, business agen of Local 148, said he will stai notifying members of meetings t vote on the contract. He said th engineers would continue on the: jobs. A Union Electric Co. spokesma said the firm had been stockin the plants with food In case th strike was called. The food; said, would have been used feed supervisory personnel, wh would have taken over the opera tion of strike. the plants during th Two^Wtty Mirror Sates Boom on London Market NEW YORK (Special) - No no Is at a loss lo explain a sud- en sales boom in London — In vo-way mirrors, Orders have •been pouring In to Pearson and Sons, Ltd., a lead- g producer of the Items, ever nee the mirror that occupied a ey spot in Dr. Stephen Ward's at became a conversation piece, wording to reports. According lo testimony at /ard's trial, his two-way mirror as used to observe activities In bedroom of his apartment. Until now, most purchases have een made for hospitals where ley ore used for observation of sychialric patients; police sla- ons for observation of prisoners; ipermarkets for observation of loplifters and zoos for obscrva on of animals. The mirrors, which cost $5.60 er square foot, are made in a va- uuin process by applying parties of chrome or aluminum to ne side of a sheet of glass, then uttlng another sheet on top of It. his enables a viewer to see irough it without being seen. Purchasers arc warned that the bscrver must be in a darkei oom than the observed — otherwise, the roles may be reversed. Says His View Blocked by a Fender-Sitter George C. Terry Jr., 17, of 1121 reene St., was charged with •affic violation after his cai ruck a parked auto in the 120C lock of Hampton Street around oon Sunday. Terry told police he had sloped to talk to a friend, and while is car was slopped someone limbed onto Ihe fender of his ar. When he started again, Tery said, his vision was blockec nd lie collided with the parkec ar owned by Doris Stockard o: 211 Hampton St.. FOR SOME LUCKY PICNICKER This reconditioned station wagon, filled with fishing and picnic equipment, will be given away to the lucky ticket holder Thursday evening, Aug. 8 at the Monticcllo Shopping Center's third an- niversary celebration. No purchase is necessary for registration. Ken Friedline of the Godfrey Shell Service, overhauled the auto. Monticello Plaza Center To Mark 3rd Anniversary Four Brooklyn Racial Pickets Arrested Today NEW YORK (AP)—Four pickets were arrested loday al a hos- pilal construction site in Brooklyn as civil rights demonstrators continued to press for more construction jobs for nonwhites. The four had attempted to block a cement truck from entering the site at the Downstale Medical Cenler in Brooklyn, across the slreet from the Kings County Hospital complex. More than 500 pickets have been arrested there in past weeks. v Nearly 200 pickels sang and carried signs at Ihe site, the scene of almost daily picketing since early this month. About 150 police were on hand lo keep order. E. J. Hoffman to Seek CarpentierV Position VVHEATON, 111. (AP) - U.S. Rep. Elmer J. Hoffman of Wheat- n, a third-term Congressman, las announced that he will be a NAACP Will Ren^w Cairo Protests BLOOMINGTON, 111. (AP) lenewed demonstrations in Cairo lave been planned by the slate convention of the National Association for the Advancemenl of Colored People (NAACP). A resolution calling for demonstrations 'in protest against al eged discriminatory hiring prac- :ices was accepted by the meet- ng Salurday. Other aclioh included the dispatch of a huge "task force" 01 demonstrators to win what was described as the fight for equality and to assist the Cairo branch in its campaign to defeat an up coming school bond referendum to protest against what the NAACP calls de facto segregation in the city's schools. Dr. Luclen H. Holman of Joliet president of the 1 state NAACP accused Cairo officials of not act ing in good faith. The city also was accused of taking reprisal against last summer's demon strators." The demonstrations held a yea ago were in protest against al leged discrimination at a rolle skating rink, a restaurant, an out door swimming pool and the town's leading hotel. The state NAACP body con gratulated Gov. Otto Kerner fo his executive order concerning th Fair Practices Code, which pro hibits discrimination by state-1 censed businesses or professions , Also discussed was alleged dls crimination in Champaign how. Ing and hiring practices of a con tractor in Springfield. CORNS LIFT RIGHT OFF IN 30 MINUTE ^^«« w t • _ ^jirt*»*« tA larnlr~ ~""~" -*•"* »*•*«*•** « fiifeSS nh*»M»i W>v«ry etM?d.HM£j HALF-HOUR CORNMASTER •t •« i f andidate for Ihe Republican ominalion for Illinois secretary f state in the 1964 primary. The 64-year-old Hoffman wil eek the office held by Charles Carpenteir of East Moline arpentier is expected to make run for the Republican nom- lation for governor. ,In making his announcement alurday al the Du Page County 'air, Hoffman said: "We Republicans must remem er thai our No. 1 political foes re Ihe Democrals, and a prima campaign without that ii iind...does harm to our pary, "A Republican candidale in 'i-imary should sell himself, no ear down his fellow opponenls ilher personally or otherwise,' loffman declared, Hoffman was stale treasure or two terms, elected in 1952 an 956. He is a GOP power in DI 'age Counly and is chairman he county Republican , centra committee. He was county sherif at one time. Congressman John B. Andet son, a Rockford Republican spoke in favor of Hoffman's can dldacy. Among those who attend d the affair was the Illinoi House speaker, John Lewis, R Marshall, Anderson described Preside! Kennedy's administration as 'touch football administration n contrast to the "real footba .ype" which he said \ Hnffma •epresents. An Elmhurst lawyer, John Erlenborn, 36, indicated to newsman that he will "seek th nomination for Hoffman's 141 Congressional District seat, Erlenborn is serving Ills four! term as a state representatK from the 36th District. GODFREY — Plans have been ompleted for Ihe third anniver- ary celebration of the Monlicello aza Shopping Center, Robert parlin and Felix.Gotsa, co-chair- ien of Ihe event, announced to- ay. The .celebration will officially ;et under way Friday and Salur- !ay, Aug. 2 and 3 with sidewalk ales featured at all stores. A arnival has also been engaged hose nighls and Godfrey firemen vill sponsor a fish fry. The Coun- y Cousins will make an ap- earance on Saturday night. Prior to the official opening the im Brown show will be broadcast ive on July 31, Aug. 1, 2 and 3 rom atop the "Summer White louse" which has been set up n the shopping center's parking ol. Scheduled for Monday evening, Aug. 5 is an appearance of Joe Ireenwell and his band. An event which will be of in- erest to young basketball players of the area will be staged on Tuesday evening, Aug. 6 when Cliff Hagen, star frontliner of the St. Louis Hawks, will conduct a 'age clinic on the parking lot at p.m. On Thursday evening at 8 o'clock a recondilioned automobile filled nth fishing and picnic equipment will be given away. Regis- ration blanks are available at ll stores in the center and no purchase is necessary to- secure hem. Registration for Ihe car will je held all day Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday and Saturday nights, Aug. 9 and 10, the final two days of the celebration, the Godrey Lions Club will operate a ish pond and the lucky anglers vill be able to take their catch lome with them. An added attraction on Friday night, Aug. 9, will be a band concert given by. Ihe Alton High School band. Couple Hurt In Collision At East Alton Dial Phones for / Jersey on Sept, 8 CrumpPlaced In Isolation Twice in Year PONTIAC, 111. (AP) - Paul Crump, the murderer who es caped death in the eleclric chair, is back in the news as he approaches the end of his first year of imprisonment. Crump, who avoided the death penalty on the ground thai he had been rehabilitated, has been placed twice in isolation at Pon- liac Penilentiary. A prison spokesman said Sunday that obscene writings found in his cell were the cause of his first violation of prison rules. The malerial may have been work on some writing project. Crump's second violation was for loitering .during working hours in the prison printing shop. The 33-year-old Negro had been scheduled for electrocution Aug. 3, 1962 for the murder of a food plant guard in a holdup in Chicago in 1953. A plea for clemency was grant ed by Gov. Otlo Kerner two days before the scheduled execution. Crump's sentence was commuted to 199 years in prison. A stipula- lion attached by Kerner said lhat there should be no parole. Crump was transferred to Joli et and Ihen lo Pontiac. At Pontiac, a prison official said Crump—who has about an eighth grade education — could have gone to the school there but he declined to do so. Instead he expressed a desire to learn a trade. He was first assigned to the wood work shop then transferred to the print shop. Presently he is a laborer in the mechanical storeroom. ; Crump's first year in prisor will be completed Aug. 7. He had no comment to make. Jersey Youth Wins Art Scholarship JERSEYVILLE— Dnvid Alan 3 oinler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Edward Pointer of Rte. 3, Jcrseyville has boon chosen lo nl- cticl Allerlon Park Art School under a scholarship offorod by t h e Jerseyvillc Woman's Club. He will illend HIP school from Aug. 4 to 10. An outstanding art student is given an opportunity to receive nstruction at the art school each year by the Jorscyville Women's Huh which sponsors and pays the expenses for the training given by instructors from the Universl- y of Illinois. These instructions arc given to art sludnts to foster deeper np- ireciation of art in home, school and community by Ihe Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs and the General Federation of Women's Clubs of which the Jersey- villc Club is a member. The scholarships are given to students before their senior yeai so they can share the knowledge with the art class of their high " JERSEYV1LLE - The General Telphono Co. of Illinois has announced thai on Sept. 8, the company will provide unattended dial service throughout the Jorseyvillo Exchange. The Illinois Commerce Commis- jsion has authorized the following lies to apply for clinl service: idlvidual business $11.20; incli- dual resident $f).ti5; two party school. Pointer will be a junior next year at the Jersey Community High School. Mrs. Sam Spiegelman, Fine Arts Chairman of the Jerseyville Woman's Club, has made the arrangements for the local scholarship. Bo y Hurt in Fall From Load of Hay JERSEYVILLE — Terry See lausen, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs Stanley Seehausen of Fieldon fractured his left leg Friday af ternoon when he fell from a loa of hay. He was brought to th Jersey Community Hospital at p.m. for treatment. Thomas Witt, 5, son of Mr and Mrs. Neil Witt of Jerse; ville cut his foot on a piece o rusty tin about 6:20 p.m. Fr day. The lacteration was su ured at the local hospital. John Taylor of Fieldon fe! thi-ough a window at his horn Saturday morning and incurre a laceration of Ihe scalp. Th cuts were sutured at the hos pital. Herman Geisler of Jerseyvill lacerated his left hand abou 8:50 a.m. Saturday when h struck it on a nail in the wa at his home. He was taken t the hospital where the vvoun was sutured. EAST ALTON An elderly couple was admitted to the Wood River Township' Hospital Sunday at 2 p.m. for treatment after their car collided with another automobile, went out of control and struck a fire hydrant at Ihe Washington and Third Street intersection, They were Mr. and Mrs; George Rieken of 626 Bowman Ave., East Alton. Mr. Rieken was treated for a laceration of the right side of his face, abrasions of the forehead and a left shoulder injury. H i s wife incurred a right shoulder injury. The driver of the other car, Robert Baker, 34, of 429 Washington Ave., East Alton, was charged with "failure to yield right of way" by police. Baker's car was traveling north on Washington when jt collided with the right rear of the Rieken automobile which was proceeding east on Third Street, police said Railways Blasiett By Tyrol Terfci MILAN, Italy (AP)—Saboteurs knocked out service on two main ines helwoen Italy and Switzerland for several hours Sunday by dynamiting (ho circuits on Italy's|War I. electrified railway system. Police declined to speculate on who touched off the blasts; But it was generally assumed they were the work of pro-Austrian terrorists in Ihe Tyrol region taken from Austria after World Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain u s i n o s s $8.85; two-parly res le-nce $4.70; multi-party business '.05; multi-party residence $4.25. William J. Greene, commerci- I manager of General Telephone, ho has been located in Carroll- jn, has been transferred lo Jer- eyville and he, his wife, and their ons, Robert 4, and Ronald 1, ive moved lo G13 North Liberty i the residence formerly occupi- d by the Jerome Hager family 'ho have moved from the city. Tlio transfer, effective Aug. 1, s Ihe result of Ihe company re- islricling the territory of the unwinding area and will place 4r. Greene's operation near the enter of his area, according to 1. W. Presley, district commerei- 1 m a n a ge r of Carlinville. Ireen's headquarters will be located in the new telephone ex- hange building at 301 S. Wash- nglon St. and, in addition lo Jer- eyville he will serve the lele- phone exchanges of Hardin, •Campsville, Hamburg, Greenfield and Carrollton. Asks Delay Of Cancer Drug Study SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-Sen Paul H. Douglas, D-I11., has askec Governor Otto Kerner to delay a planned stale sludy of Ihe controversial cancer drug Krebio zen. A spokesman lor the governoi said Ihe requesl was made ove the weekend in a telephone cal to Kerner. The senator is said to hav told Kerner that he has plans fo federal legislation involving th testing of the drug which ma "transcend any state study." The call by Douglas came afte ho learned of Illinois' plans fo the study, authorized by Kerne after Illinois became the onl; stale in which Ihe drug could b purchased. The Food and Dru. c Adminislralion has prohibited in terstate Krebiozen shipments. Now York, N. Y. (Special) For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain - without surgery. In one hemorrhoid cnse after another,"very striking improvement" was reported and verified by a doctor's observations. Pain was relieved promptly. And, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction or retraction (shrinking) took place. And most amazing of all — thjs improvement was maintained in cases where a doctor's observations were continued over a period of many months! In fact, results were so thorough that sufferers were able to make such astonishing state- ments as "Piles have ceased to ba a problem!" And amonff theso sufferers were a very wide vft* riety of hemorrhoid conditions, oome of 10 to 20 years' standing. All this, without the use of narcotics, anesthetics or astringents of any kind. The secret is a new healing substance (Bio- Dyne*)-the discovery of a world-famous research Institution. Already, Bio-Dyne Is in wide use for healing injured tissue on all parts of the body. This new healing subatanco Is offered in Ruppositorjf or ointment form called Preparation H®. Ask for individually sealed convenient Preparation H Suppositories or Preparation H Ointment with special applicator. Preparation H is sold at all drupr counters. 38 YEARS AS AGENT Mndison County Mutual AUTO INSURANCE CO, STANKA GARAGE State Street North Alton Dial HO 5-8889 Sjr $1,000 life insurance VISION POOR? HEADACHES? EYES UNCOMFORTABLE? HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED EVERY YEAR Burial Insurance Sold by Mail You may be qualified for so you will not burden your loved ones with funeral and other expenses. This NEW policy is especially helpful to those between 40 and 90. No medical examination necessary. OLD LINE LEGAL RESERVE LIFE INSURANCE. No agent will call on you. Free information, no obligation. Tear out this nd rlghl now. Send your name, address and year of birth to: Central Security Life Insurance Co,, Depl. K-1074, 1418 West Fort Worth 4, Texas. Rosetlale, -Adv. WE WOULD LIKE TO BE YOUR FRIEND The practice of pharmacy offers many opportunities to be of service. Everything we supply is an aid to your better health or comfort. Our college studies enables us to protect you from linrin. When you get any non-prescription remedy or health-aid, why not nsk our professional opinion of its merit? \Vi> will give you an honest judgment. If we advise it might bo wiser to consult a physician, instead of self treating, it may spare you future trouble. YOUR DOCTOR CAN I'HONE US when you need a medicine. 1'ick up J'our prescription if shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions, May we compound yours? M 462- C Wl'Hl'«, BKJ. PHAHMACUT '1238 HIIION ROAD AUON III. "Prescription Chemists" R 5 R n R a R B R OR FEDDERS Air Conditioners From "Carton to Cooling" in 77 Seconds! WE HAVE ALL MODELS IN STOCK READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION! Budget priced from.., PHONE HO 5*4205 $ HQMiFURNISHlRS Perk Free Ar Rear of Store—500 E, Broadway $10 DOWN-$10 MONTH 5 BIG STORES -OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9- IRSCH&CO • MEN'S "CHINO" WORK PANTS SOME QUANTITIES LIMITED! Our regular $3.29 value—Deluxe S^ ounce Stevens twist twill, the "king of twills." Sanforized, heavy boat sail pockets, colors of tan, ffrey and green—Waist sizes 29 to 42 and lengths 29 to 34. Pick up a supply now. Save 51c an each pair. • MEN'S CREW TOP ANKLETS... 3 Prs. 97 C The Ideal sox for sport or work — nylon reinforced heel and toe — contrasting, stripe top. Sizes 10 to 13. OUR STOREWIDE SALE OF SUMMER WEAR IS •N FULL SWING - Come Out! • Men's Blue Charsubray Shirt $ Choose from long or short sleeve — Ideal work shirt for hot weather, 2 roomv pockets, full cut — Sizes I4'/j lo 17 — No limit! 1 MEN'S HIGH TOP WORK SHOE This is our regular $4.00 shoe! (i-lnch top in black or brown upper with cork sole ami full leather slip sole bur tncked for long Wear. Sixes (Hi to 12. WE'RE OPEN 'Tit NINE TOHITEI DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER 3 WAYS TO Downtown Alton Open Mon. uncl Frl. 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