Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 7, 1963 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 7, 1963
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WJ3t>f4SJSt>A¥, AUGUST 7,1963 am»im»«t—M»~,..I—. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAM! PAflE NlNtfflflfcN, Brighton Grant For Tank |WattTON - Brighton w!H inquest a federal grant to help pay lot the cost of a second water storage tank, Mayor Harold Bolt said today. Cost of the 500,000-galloii lank 111 estimated at $49,000 and the federal government Is being asked lor $24,000, Bott said. The proposed lank will be located near Mt. Clalr Subdivision pumping station and Is designed to provide a steadier flow of water. \ In connection with the water tank announcement, Ed Polster, village clerk, saJd that first bills for the new village sewer will he mailed out Sept. 1. Water users will receive bills for a half- monlh, the period from Aug. 15 to Aug. 31. \Sewer payments will be $4 a month and the first half-month bill Will be for $2, Polster said. Adrian Smith At Brighton BRTC3MTON - Adrian Smitl has been appointed Brighton vll lage marshal, Village Clerk „ j!t Potster announced today. Smith, a former policeman, sue ceeds George Kruse. Kruse and Don Snell, Who had been assist Itig with local police work, have resigned. Smith, who has taken over the police job, said that he plans to remain n resident Of Brighton, nl though his home Is up for sale Burglars Enter Brighton Drive-in BRIGHTON, - A burglary it which approximately $30 was Ink en from Wilson's Drive-In Res tnurant was reported today by Village Marshal Adrian Smith The place was entered during the night and the break-in wa.< discovered al 7:30 a.m. today by the driver of a bread' truck For VACATION Money • •o , Fast Service i . . . Up to $8OO ... On sensible plans Money to Go Now—Pay Later. Thousands uat our plans every year for their vacations— you can, too. With good credit and steady employment, you're all set. Call, write, or come In today , for lh« amount you want. Life Insurance Is Available On Your Loan PUBLIC FINANCE CORPORATION 331 Belle, Alton—HO 5-5556 20 Eastgafe Shop. Ctr., E. Alton—CL 4-3864 20 N. Wood River, Wood River—CL 4-4327 NmEvidmm Pmmmd in WardScandal LONDON (AP) - Dr. Stephen Ward's last girl friend said today she will give txrd Denning sensa lloiial new evidence in Britain's sex and security scandal. "I received Stephen's last let ter to me last night," said 22 year-old Julie Gulliver. "1 cart' say anything about It yet. . "But I intend to see Lord Den nlng this week with some- new evidence that will be sensation al." Denning, a judge, Is invcStlgat Ing security aspects of the at fairs Ward's ) rolegp, call glr Christine Kcclet 1 , carried on aim ultancously with former War Min ister John D. Profumo and assist ant Soviet naval attache Eugene Ivanov. Profumo resigned June • from Parliament and Hie govern mont b> disgrace. Ivanov returned to Moscow before I lie scancla broke. Ward, convicted on two vice charges last week, died Saturday from an overdose of. drugs. He told' friends he was being made the scapegoat of the scandal that rocked Prime Minister Macmillan's government. Homemade Fire Bomb Thrown on Residence Porch Mrs. O. E. Weber, 2014 Park Ave., told police Tuesday night someone had thrown a homemade :>omb at her home Monday night, and tlie explosion and fire dam- geri the wood porch floor. A neighbor stamped out the fire. Police were told a,neighbor saw a youth on a bicycle ride by lie house and throw an object, vhich exploded when it hit the concrete steps. Police found remains of a bot- lc with a chemical and some pa- jer, matches antj a fuse. Brighton Boy Cut In Fall on Bottle BRIGHTON — Christopher Rhy- neer, 10, son of Mrs. James Smith of R1;e. 1, Brighton, severiy lacerated Ms left hand Tuesday in T. fall on a soda bottle, which sroke. Ten stitches were required o close the wound. Rusk to Visit East Sti Louis Riverfront Hi«e Damage $33,000 ST. LOUIS (AP) — Fire raged through a two-deck barge on the SI. Louis Mississippi riverfront I Tuesday and caused about $35,- 000 damage. miral, the mlral was anch< yards - from the often used to i steamer Ad- sslppl River's wiser. The Ad-eel about 100 burning barge when the fire started. Black billowing smoke shot 40-50 feet into the air. No one was aboard the 350-foot barge when the fire started. Cause of the fire was not determined. Mrs, Bitktilt to Vkit Exiled Husband LISBON, Portugal (AP)-Mrs. Georges Bidault passed through Lisbon, on her way to Join her husband, exiled former French premier. She said fthe Mn fiolnt f« ttfe de Janeiro, Bradl, fti respw*6 to a wife from Bldault, btte ft! Prw (dent Charles de Gmille'8 Wtt«f eat foes. But she said she dldti 1 know where her husband woulr meet her. SCHOOL BAGS $2.98 VALUES TO inmwmm «/»"<*"?"• Vinyl and Waterproof Styles. BOYS' AND GIULS' STYLES. ALL NEW FALL STYLES Keg. $3.08 to $4.08 Value Oui- Discount Priced $3.18 LADIES' DRESSES Buy Now For Buck To School. Sizes 13 to 20, COMPARE AT $2.98 Ladies' White $ Canvas OXFORDS For Buck lo School. Sizes I to 10 PRINTS OR SOLIDS Hog. $1.00 Cotton LADIES' BLOUSES Reg, 9Bc Boy's| Knit Shirts Perfect (or Buck. to Scliool Slzet 3 to 16 Men's Sixes 32 to 42 T-SHIRTS OR BRIEFS Fmuojis Brand— Sdvo Today! ALL SCHOOL SUPPLIES AT LOW DISCOUNT PRICES , SUPER DISCOUNT CENTER COUE9E ft WASHINGTON AVES.^UPPiR ALTON WASHINGTON (API-Secretary of Slate t)e8n Rusk will visit West Germany on his way hack from Moscow and personally cx- plnin to Chancellor Konrnd Adenauer llin recent developments in East-West relations. The S((i(c Department announced today Hint Husk, who signed the nuclear test ban treaty In the Soviet capital Mond/iy, will fly into Bonn somo time Saturday, Aug. 10. He will spend (lie night in the West German capital and return to Washington Sun day. The administration, It is understood, decided to instruct Rusk lo make Ills stopover jiflcr n study of reports from Bonn indicating Unit A d c n n u G r's government would nol accede lo the test ban treaty—at least not immediately Rusk flew to Leningrad toda for a sightseeing tour of the foi mer Tsarist capital. Rusk parted company at Mos cow's Vnykovo Airport with tin delegation of* U.S. senators win accompanied him to the signing of Ihe nuclear lest ban treat; Monday. Five of the six senators tool off for Washington 15 minutes be fore Rusk and a party of aide? flew to Leningrad. Sen. J.W. Fulbright, D-Ark. chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Commillee, remained in Moscow for several more days of sighlseeing and lalks with Soviet officials. Rusk told 'the senators he ex peeled lo see them next week a the Senate Foreign Relations' Committee's hearing on the ratifi cation of the treaty. He told newsmen: "I am look Ing forward to the Senate hear ings. They will, I am sure, clarify doubts, raised about the treaty u various quarters. It will meril and receive great support." The departing group included Sens. George D. Aiken, R-Vt. Leverett Saltonstall, R-Mass.; John J. Sparkman, D-Ala.; Hu 3ert H. Humphrey, D-Mirm., and John 0. Pastore, D-R.I. Adlai E. Stevenson, chief U.S delegate to the United Nations and Glenn T. Seaborg, chairman of: the U.S. Atomic Energy Com- nission, returned lo the Uniled Stales with the senators. U.N. Secrelary-General U Thanl also left for New York. He, too, liad come for the treaty signing Anti-Castro Recruitment Is Under Way MIAMI,. Fla. (AP)— Recruiting of Cubans for warfare against Fi del Castro reportedly is in progress today at secret spots in'Mi ami, New York City, Chicago and somewhere in New Jersey. Exiles said several revolution ary organizations were enlisting men. Veterans of tiie unsuccess- /ill 1961 Cuba invasion were re ported figuring prominently in the operation. The information coincided witT a series of visits to Central America by exile leaders. A roster of exile leader visitor? lo Nicaragua last week sounded like a convention roll call. Nicaraguan President Rene Schick and ex-President Luis Somoza are avowed foes. Cuban ex-president Carlos Prio Socarras, one Of those there, re turned Tuesday and said, "Every- lliing is going well, but in tlie interest of necessary discretion can say no more." Refugees recalled a similar silu- ation preceding Ihe 1961 Bay ol Pigs invasion, -and advised can- lion against publicily in order "not to tip off Castro." Some key exile leaders said they had conferred with CIA agents about plans. They emphasized that a large scale invasion was not envisioned in Ihe current program. Rather, multiple raids by commandos, infiltration, sabotage and guerrila warfare were contemplated, they said. Fidel Castro's Mother Dies In Havana MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — Prime Minister Fidel Castro's mother, Senora Lina Rud De Castro died Tuesday night in Havana, Cuban radio said today. , "A brief a, nnouneement, heard iere, said she would be burled this afternoon in tlie family plot Ihe community of Blran in Oriente Province. , Senora Ruz was the widow of Angel Castro and mother of Raul Castro, Cuban armed forces min- ster; Fidel; one other son; and fqur daughters. BOOKS DIDN'T BLUE RIVER, Ore. ® ~ Tlie Mctfenzio School Board, ordered •in audit of tlie school's student jady fund after questions were •uised alwut the Possibility of an unauthorised jJeJlcit, ' The auclito4 >l 8 import showed Imt there was $7Q move money n tUe fund than was on the books,, B. F. Goodrkh's FREE! UP TO s so IN FINE With the Purchase of Any KELVINATOB Appliance during this 4-DAY SALE OF SALES! f Thurs.-FH.-Sat.-Mon. (Aug. 8,9,10,12) With the purchase ot any Kelvinator Appliance, you will receive a bonus of 10% in choice B. F. Goodrich merchandise. 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