Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 31, 1963 · Page 19
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July 31, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

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, JULY 31, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGftAPtt Burglary Charges on Trio at Wood River WOOD HIVEU - Three su poets Jailed het-e eai-ly Monday o charges of loitering attd susplcio of burglary, have confessed an this morning wnlved prellmlnaf Tctverit Man Gels Change of Venue EDWAttDSVILLE - A Mndisoi County tavern operator chargec in two separate warrants with il legal sale of liquor to Minors wa granted a change of venue Tuesday from the court of Police Magistrate William Traband Justice of the Peace Earl Vauc niaux. James Plhson, liquor licensee of the "China Doll" Tavern on ntc. 159, just north of Collinsvllle WHS scheduled for a court appear nnco before Traband Tuesday The hearing was continued on request of the venue change to justice of the peace court. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE - Two area residents were admitted Tuesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and one patient was discharged. Admitted were: Mrs. Edith Mick, Rte. 3; Joseph Cronln, 443 East Vandalla. Mrs. Helen Balstcr, 110 West Franklin, was discharged. Reports $50 Rug Stolen at Laundry Helen Manold of the Sweel Shop in Alton Plaza told police Tuesday three men had stolen a rug valued at $50 from a washing machine in an automatic laundry in the shopping center. She said she was told the three men were seen entering a'car ,with the rug. j hearing before Police Magistral 0. W. Vernor/ The men: Edward L. Radford 19, 1 N, Dolmar, Hartford; Bar low E. Harris, 19, 515 Home Ave. Edwardsvllle, and James Ivan Smith, 24,, who listed the Alton YMCA as his residence, will bt bound over to the next term o the grand jury at Edwardsvllle The confessions solved at leas seven recent burglaries, according to Police Chief James Buckher The burglaries and dates the> occurred are: Naef's Service Sta tlon, Sixth and Edwardsvllle Road July 11; Carrol's Drive-ln, 648 N Wood River Avc., July 10; Capr Drive-In, Old St. Louis Road, July 15; Trading Post, Old St. Louis Road, July 22, and Happy's Auto Parts, Monday night. Chief Buckner, Lt. Louis Petiti ind Sgt. Floyd Brown who ques toned the men, said they also admitted a break-in at a coin operated laundry in Hartford and o break-Ins at the Farm Fresh Dairy and the Airline Service ilation Monday night. Harris and Radford have been barged with three counts of bur- lary and Smith with two counts. All three men pleaded builty be- ore Vernor this morning to loit- ring and were eacli fined $10 nd costs. South Roxana Dads To Meet Thursday SOUTH ROXANA - South Rox- na Dads Club will r..-:l at the ub bouse in the park at 7 p.m. hursday. The special session ill precede the weekend annual cnic scheduled to start Friday. South Roxana Homecoming to Open Friday AT SOt/17/ ROXANA HOMECOMING United States Air Force Band from Scott Air Force Base will give concert on opening night of South Roxana Dads Club picnic at South Roxana Park Friday, Reiuker Urges Use of Reason In Race Crisis LOS ANGELES (AP) - Labor eader Waller Reuther says thai mless the United States resolves Is present racial crisis through he use of reason, the hate ped- 'lers will take over and push the iatlon into a new civil war. In a news conference preceding an address before the National Urban League convention Tuesday night, Routher said "democracy can't afford to fail in resolving this crisis, We would be unworthy lo represent freedom to the rest of the world if we denied it any here." Reg, 59c ea, Ladies' Morpul or Twist COMPARE AT $2,98 Ladies' Size 34 to 40 Reg, $2,98 Ladies' SLIM JIMS Sizes 10 to 18. Plaid or Solid SOCKS SWEATERS BIG Selection NOW!! NEWEST STYLES! $166 Reg. 59c Yard Reg. $3.98 Famous Brand SATIN BOUND ALL COLORS FULL SIZE 'BABY BLANKETS FLANNEL FABRICS BE EARLY FOR THESE DeMolays to Stage Open Installation of Officers Alton chapter of DcMolay wii hold open installation of officer on Saturday at 8 p.m. at Frank lin Masonic Temple. Richard Schoeffel will be in stalled as Master Councilor. He is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Harok L. Schoeffel of 2G23 Judson Ave He is a senior at Alton Higi School, a member of the March Ing 100, Concert Band, Nationa Honor Society, and is a membet of 12th Street Presbyterian Church. Other officers to be installed are: senior councilor, Bradley EIull; junior councilor, Willian Bierbaum Jr.; treasurer, Arthui $4.98 to $6.98 Values GIRLS' SHOES $ ^^ $4.98 to $6.98 Values New Selection! ^ Latest Styles! BACK-TO-SCHOOL .„ ... All Sixes Sizes 8Vz to 3 LATEST STYLES! Boys' 13 3 /4 Or. SIZES 0 to 10 WESTERN STYLE Thursday, FrW»yi Saturday, SunUay Men's Basketball SHOES Sizes 6 to 11 White Only TODAY 44 GIRLS' SLIPS RUFFLED , STYLJEJ t 88c WHITE ONLV! Sizes 4 to 1 Built Up Shoulder Style Slips Sixes tp H YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES CORNER OF WASHINGTON & COLLEQE OPEN SUNDAY 12:30 to 5 P,M, ~ DAILY 9 A,M, to 9 P.M. Welch; scribe; Ronald Schaum burg; senior deacon, Thomas Lowery; junior deacon, Clifford , Janders; senior steward, Stanley Meister; junior sleward, Daniel IShive; chaplain Wilbert Schneider; sentinel, Robert Pyle; standard bearer, Terry Fletcher. Almoner, Edward Whiled; marshal, Richard Huerner; orator, Charles Schneider; first preceptor, Kenneth Johnson; second, Ronald Karns; third, Robert Rothaug; fourth, Terry Lyon; fifth, Douglas McCormick; sixth, David Strickland; seventh, John Brandel. A reception will follow the ceremonies. Wood River Street To Be Reopened WOOD RIVER - The detour on West Ferguson avenue where the street has been closed while workmen install a new culvert, is expected to be opened Thursday to traffic. John Ebbert, public work director, reports that the contractor G. H. Sternberg of Granite City will have to close down the job for a while due to striking of certain labor crafts from Granite City locals. RICHARD SCHOEFFEL 14-Foot Boat and Motor Said Stolen Edward Kitzmiller, 633 Alby St., old police a boat and motor own- id by him were stolen during the night. ""-— He said the 14-foot aluminum boat and 7%-horseppwer motor lad been chained and padlocked o a tree just below the dam on he Mississippi River. KitzmOler discovered the theft about 7 a.m. today. Final Chinese Prisoners Freed MADRAS, India (AP)—The last hipment of Chinese to be repatriated from India as a result of he Chinese-Indian border war ast fall sailed today from Mad•as for Canton. One old Chinese man refused to eave. His two daughters sailed vithout him. Argentine Electors To Ballot By FRANK N. MANITZAS BUENOS AIRES, Argentin (AP) — Presidential electors vot in provincial capitals today wit a country doctor, Arturo Illia slated to be their choice for A gentina's 29th president. The final tally is not expectec until Thursday, but Illia, 62, ha more than enough pledges to win The moderate leftist awaited th results at his home in Cruz d Eje, 460 miles northwest of Bue nos Aires, where he has mixe politics with prescriptions for years. His administration is expecte to be anti-Communist, although h promised in his campaign to can eel foreign oil development con tracts. U.S. firms hold most c these contracts. "We are not anti-Yankee," Illi said during the campaign. "W only want to be respected as sovereign government and hav things done in broad daylight." He contended the foreign o contracts benefited some official and merchants rather than th country as a whole. Illia won 26 per cent oi: the vot in the July 7 election to lead th nine-man field. He picked up ac ditional electoral college pledge n post-election negotiations. Argentina's military, in contro Behind President Jose Maria Gu do's caretaker government, gav ts approval to the July 7 result and cleared the way for an en to 16 months of political turmoi Ex-president Arturo Frondiz ousted March 29,1962, was expec ed to be freed from house arres The military deposed Frondizi af er he allowed followers of exile dictator Juan D. Peron to run provincial and local elections an they came out ahead. FINAL CLOSEOUT SALE! SAVE 50% All Ladies' Ready-to-Wear. .Vz Price All Girls' Ready-to-Wear Vz Price All Winter Caps and Gloves </2 Price All Baby Gift Items ¥2 Price All Sewing Notions, Zippers, etc Va Price All Crochet Thread Vz Price All Wool and Cotton Yarn... Vz Price All Laces and Other Trims .. Vz Price All Rit and Putnam Dyes Vz Price All Shades and Curtain Rods Vz Price S.W. Porch and Floor Enamels Vz Price Softballs, Footballs Vz Price Fishing Tackle and School Supplies Vz Price ALL FABRICS DRASTICALLY REDUCED! Quadriga Cloth 4 yards SI.00 SOUTH ROXANA - Stirring martial music by the Military Air Transport Service Command band of the United States Airforce, will open the 1.8th annual South Roxana Homecoming at 7 p.m. Friday in the South Roxana Dad's Club Park. The concert, by the famed concert band under the direction of Capt. Bonnie Maniscalco, and associale director, Chief Warrant Officer Hiram Allen, will include music traditionally identified with the local geographical area, as well as popular marches and other familiar selections. Flashy airforce dress uniforms is the attire of band members and will add to the colorful scene keynoted by the brilliant airforce blue of the drums which are emblazoned with the "MATS" insignia and the words, "USAF MATS Command Band, Scott AFB, 111." Entertainment on the opening night of the homecoming will continue until midnight. Other entertainment features of the three-day event, which is sponsored by the South Roxana Dads' Club, will include performances by the Popular Ozark Oprey Company of Osage Beach, Mo., and radio personalities: Jimmy Dickins, Louisville, Ky., Joe Greenwell and his Green Valley Boys of Alton; and the Skyler Family, Union, Mo., who will play music for dancing each evening. Lawrence Cunningham, club president, wrio is serving as general chairman, reports the event will open at 7 p.m. anc 1 continue until midnight Friday and Saturday, and from 1 p.m. until midnight Sunday. A special attraction Sunday afternoon will be a reduced price for the youngsters on all carnival rides from 1 p.m. until 6 p.m. Exhibits and displays promise to be one of the most popular attractions on the big mid-way, D. C. DeCota chairman, reports, including a water safety exhibit by the U.S. Coastguard, modern de- ense equipment by the U.S. Army, and a display ol the Central Trades Union. Among the 15 commercial exhibits will be: television, musical instruments and merchandise, automobiles, food freezers, kitchen equipment, insurance, heading, water softeners, home improvement etc. Various food, novelty and game booths are being sponsored by organizations and civic groups of the area, and will give those in attendance the opportunity to eat on the grounds, and take home a souvenir of the event. 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