Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 8, 1963 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 8, 1963
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Fitte au Charge WOOb KfVElt - A \t cent caft 6f UttdnWies and ft 4§-cetit can of beef -landed a Wood Rivet y r 61tok Wednesday on a g' charge. ' Wfts ftf rested on the comp:,a local Tri-City store fttld AVheii he appeared Police Magistrate 0. W. Ms hiornihg pleaded guil- to the charge. He was fined ' Ato Objection To Wood River Drainage Plan WOOD drainage improvements in the Wood River area have not raised any objection from the federal government's director of the bii- •eati of the budget, Congressman Melvin Price, (5.) informed the Telegraph today. Gordon Mallory, president of the Vood River Levee and Drainage t-ftH of FMNKFOftf, Ky. (/P) -^ Kentucky was chartered as a county of Virginia in i7f6, when the Afnericah Revolution began. BONN — West Germany has set a new quota on Canadian ap Proposed t>le imports starting next year. District's Board of Commissioners Said that the federal report will be sent back to his office for further consideration. The federal report proposes the installation of a pumping station at Cahokia to drain water into the canal and drainage improvements in Rosewood Heights. GIRL'S SHOES BOY'S SHOES CORNER WASHINGTON & COLLEGE SELF-SERVICE SUPER DISCOUNT CORNER — UPPER ALTON Wood River Loan Assets ,950,279 WOOD RIVER — The auditor's report of Wood River Savings and I^oan Association showed total assets of $4,950,279.11, a reported new high for the associallort. The report was for the fiscal year closing June 30, 1963. A net gain of $773,692.09 was listed irt the report. During the same period, dividends totaling 5185.792.63 were either paid or credited to savings accounts, representing another reported high gain. Substantial increases were made in the reserve accounts of the association at the same time. Local people borrowed a total of $1,499,400 for the purpose of buying a home, remodeling or Improving existing homes. Gospel Singing at Alton Community Gospel singing will be featured at the Alton Community Church, 2508 Johnson St., Saturday night at 8 p.m., the Rev. H. C. Connor, said today. Featured will be the Bronnor Brothers and the Gospel Airs of St. Louis and the Mighty Clouds of Joy from Little Hock, Ark., BONN — Members of the British Army of the Rhine are reported ready to stage a sitdown strike if they are ordered home. Police Stop Swimming at Shale Pits Hole EDWARbSViLLE - Police interrupted ah after-dark swimming party at the dangerous shale pits swimming hole here Wednesday night and arrostcd five men anc two women from St. Louis. Night Police Capt. Melvin Treb ing arid Sgt. James Smith found the group at the swimming hole about 10:10 p.m. and chargec them with trespassing on the properly. Each of the Missouri resident!, was fined $5 and costs by Police Magistrate William Traband. They were identified as Jerry Nix, 17, Larry D. Buffinton, 23 John Otis, 21, Shirley Cox, 20 James Rohlfing, 21, Steve Marltz 21, and Ronald W. Lundy, 21. Police are regularly summotiec lo the shale pits properly whel'e t deep swimming hole is located Police said a drowning has oc curred at Hie place. Hospital Nmvs EDWARDSV1LLE - Three area residents were admittec Wednesday to St. Joseph's Hos pital, Highland, four patients were discharged and one birlh record eel. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Marvii Meffert, Rte. 5, a son, at 4:2E a.m. today, weight six pounds six ounces. The mother is the former Gay William. Admitted were: Mrs. Maybelle White, 223 Myrtle; Keith McDon aid and Miss Monica McDonald 118 Second Ave. Discharged were: Mrs. Jacl Turner and son, 1 St. Andrew' PI.; Mrs. Dan Williams and son Centers Planned for Education of Gifted SPRINGFIELD, til. (AP) «from 10 to 10 centers to dettion- strate how to educate gifted children will be set Up in Illinois this year. About 20 Will be Set Up next year. The Advisory Council on Education of Gifted Children recommended these figures Wednesday and State School Supt. Ray Page announced Thursday he accepted them. He also accepted the recom Forest Home Group for Youth Is Organized FOREST HOMES - A group has been formed in the Forest Homes area lo work wllh the youth and teens, the Illinois Youth Commission announced today. The group, to be known as the Forest Homes Civic Association will plan supervised activities as well as providing a community center for the youth. Temporary officers for the group nre Richard Gillespie, chairman; Mrs. Richard Thomas, secretary; and Earl Homer, treasurer. The organizational will meet next Wednesday, 7 p.m., in t h e Forest Homes Elementary School mendation for 6 to 10 ejcpetimeti- al projects. Illinois public school districts and State universities may propose such centers and projects ttt be eligible for state reimbursement Of the $6.t million appropriated, 1.3 million will be uset for centers and $450,000 for proj !CtS. At a Sept. 26 meeting, the coun jil will recommend how to relfn jurse participating public schools with the $4 million provided Teacher training will consume another $700,000 and state consul ants and admlnlstralion will take 5300,000. 672 Mill; Mrs. Clara Dunlap, 614 Roanoke; Mrs. Edith Mick, Rte, 3. ntctt TRUST US-OVER 4 MILLION HAVE-SINCE;1898 300 £ _ OPEN 7/t way 9P.M. Offers SAVINGS On and BROYHILL PREMIER ®Dej!gn Copyright Broyhlll Furniture Factories 1962. The BOLD New Design In Furniture! Created by BROYHILL PREMIER and sold EXCLUSIVELY By FRANKLIN UNION ~rv^ v Colonnaae; or. bea/ triple dresser and; chest repeat the basic motif o'. the grouping Bases on night table are a translation from the sweeping loot of the Executive Palace at the City of Brasilia. Panel Bed $69,99 Night Stand S49.5C Triple Dresser $166.00 Door Chest • $149.50 Mirror $33.95 Each TX" Bold new design inspired by " • - •-" . ' ' ' ' • • the city, of tomorrow. . . BROYHILL-PREMIER ®Do»!gn Copyright Broyhtll Furniture Factorlx 1962. OPEN STOCK! Buy the Piece You Need Now! Get the Rest Later. Brasilia ... the newest city in the world . . . now becomes BRASILIA,. . . the newest look in furniture. Created by Broyhill Premier, BRASILIA, the furniture, is of soft-toned Walnut, lightly accented with rosewood. Its pure, architectural beauty and practicality make it a "must see" for today's homes, See our BRASILIA display now! Our Q*n Financing Dine In elegant simplicity with BRASILIA by Broyliill Premier.. Duffel $14&.B» Aril' chill/ S 35.00 Side Chair I 32.09 Breuklront $196.00 Does BRASILIA UQ With a budget? Ol course. ONLY THE LOOK IS EXPENSIVE! And you nre .welcome to take advantage of our liberal credit terms! 4 BIG STORES TO SERVE YOU! • ALTON, ILL., 300 E Broadway f E. ST, LOUIS, 227 Colllnsville • GRANITE CITY, 19th & Delmart ST. LOUIS, llth & Franklin r~ ~r' ft&r*rrT^Rpv r v?rr f * FREE STORESIDE PARKING TRUST US-OVER 4 MILLION HAVE-SINCE 1898 3 Convicted In Chicago Race Anon CHICAGO (AP)-fhfee young White men accused of staging fire bombings against Negroes moving intd a South Side neighborhood have been convicted of arson. One of the three, Arthur ft Wesdaunas, 18, admitted In eour Wednesday that he threw a Molotov Cockttiil^-ft gasoline-filled Ja with rag wick attached—into i garage owned by a Negro, Edward Carey, 19, and Ear Gregoiy, 24, denied the arson charges, but were convicted on testimony of arson squad detec lives who said that all three tol( police- they set fire to garages o three Negroes and one while per A Ratig made lip """"i"".. ~; [eefi-agets, t)et. <fohfi T^jfaftfl of the afson sfiund testlfled, <$SfiflflcK cd a two-tnonlh 'Wave of Arlotl attacks agfllflst petSonS ttippbled- Iy suspected til selling Monies to Negroe. • the bombings Were Hot In the neighbothood of teeent defaofl- stratlons agnlnst Ndgte families who moved Into a previously white block. Carey was sentenced lo 60 daysi and Wesdflinasi and dregoty to 30 and 00 days, respectively, In the Mouse of Correction. _ Gregory Buehrlng, 21, another alleged member of the gang, Was sentenced on two counts of burglary to GO days in jail, Two other youths were placed under Boys Court supervision by Judge Harry G. Comet-ford, and four young men and three girls were discharged. STORE ft TOWN Alton Plaza and •Wilshire Village AUGUST WHITE SALE Come alive With Our New Harlequin Diamonds by Stevens Utica Liven up your bedroom with a fresh new "kind of lightness and sparkle. The Harlequin print combines joyously with solid colors, and you can make all kinds of covers and curtains, too. Choose shades of yellow diamonds on. solid yellow; beiges on beige; blues and greens on aqua; pinks and peaches on P'"*- Al _won. derful, fine combed cotton percale, 180'rhreads to the inch, by STEVENS UTICA. Reg. Sale TWINS-72xl08 ,-• g.59 $2.99 DOUBLE—8 1x108 $4.59 53.99 PILLOW CASE—42x ... • P" 1 - $2.49 $1.98 TWIN FITTED—39x76, Solid Colors $3.49 $2.99 DOUBLE FITTED—54x76, Solid Colors ...$3.99 . $3.49 BATH CO-ORDINATED Reg. ,. $1.98 HARLEQUIN PRINT TOWELS Sale Reg. $1.79- HAND ................ 98c ,, Reg. Sale WASH CLOTH ........ . . .49c 39c Sale 89e IITIf*A ROSEBOWER .U.I tl*i\ FLORAL PRINT MUSLIN Colors; Blue, Pink and Yellow. 81x108 Border Print . ..... . 72x108 Border Print , ..... Full Fitted All OVer Print .. Twin Fitted AH Over Print Pillow Cases, Panel Print, pr. SHEETS Reg. • • .$3.98 ' $3-98 $3-49 .$1.79 Sale $2.99 &£ $2.99 $2.49 $1.49 130 COUNT STEVENS UTICA MUSLIN WHITE SHEETS Fitted sheets have new stretch c orners. 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