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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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MOMMY, AtJOUSt 12, '1963 ALTON EVEMNG TELEGRAPH Jersey Man Injured in Auto Crash - Mi*. ,t. E. of tfefseyvltle fell while dtttpes at het- home Friday ftttd fractured hcf- left wrist. She wns taken to the Jersey Community Hospital where t h e frnclufe was reduced. Ertimet rJHffin of Jerseyville was admitted to' Jersey Community Itospllnl following an accident Friday afternoon South of Jersey- vllle/ , To Avoid hitting another cnr on the raid, QMttln turned his automobile and the vehicle struck a tree. He sustained a laceration of the ilbrearm and head both of which •: fetiulrcd sutures, and suffered contusions and abrasion of the chest. CaiToUton Class To tiriyje Fish Fry CARROUiTON ••.— Members of the Loyal' 'pnughlcrs CUiss of (lie First Christian- -Church \vlll huve n fish fry Tuesday at. 6: 1)0 p.m. nl the CfirrolHoti oily park. The Friendly -Bible 'class' of the First Baptist Church will meet in the church Tuesclty evening with Mrs. Anna Hubburrl and ,1. M. Black as hostesses. The program will be presented by Mrs. H. M. Combrink and 6ntcrtain- Nfc\V YORK (Speclan-Chureh World Service, overseas relief ifm of tt.S. Protestant churches, today informed Skopje, Yugo- Mavla, disaster workers it Is pre- pnlrcd to nish $100,000 lo Ihe area for emergency housing for '.he earthquake victims. An estimated 10,000 homeless survivors 6f Ihc pro-dawn trage- ly that levelled 80 per cent of Skopje on July 28 have been evacuated to seven lent colonies. Hotts- ng for them Is urgently needed leforcs the onset of winter. Funds offered by the churches are Intended housing In a menl will be William Reif Garrison. in charge of Mrs. and Mrs. Elmer CARROLLTON - Miss Nellie Isringhausen of HIIIvlow was admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital Friday as a medical patient. Dismissed Friday were M r s. Blanc-he Harr of Greenfield and j: R. Grizzle of Piasa. Mrs. Lizzie Da rr of Kane was dismissed Saturday. CtirrollloM Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robley Jr., of SI. Louis spent, Friday night, and Sunday with their mothers, Mrs. Arthui Robley Sr., and Mrs. A. A SdunUz. Also guests of M r s. Schmllz are her son-in-law and daughter, ,Miv mid Mrs. Joe Mirabel]!. and daughter, Janet, who are eh route to their home in Wheaton from a vacation speni in California. . John Heil of Hillview is spending a few weeks .here with his sister, Mrs. Louis Bishop. Protestant Churches of U.S. Aid City of Skopje for prefabricated specific area of Slopje to be known as "Kozlc," churches, In addition to sending targe amounts of material aid, will atlempt to match in deutschmnrks the offerings given In dollars by other churches around the world. Also responding to the appeal are churches In Denmark, New Zealand, Australia, Sweden nnd 16 nor Switzerland. noot1 To Head Push For Percy As Governor local authorities have will be built with these Illinois State Police said George Robert Durham dove in front of a truck driven by Harold Robb,, "i2, Sparta on Rte. 16 east of Rle. 11. Alton Slale Hospital authorities said Durham was found missing Com the grounds at 7 a.m. Sun- which agreed gifts. It. Is also proposed that a school be built in this area and IWo churches assisted In replacing julldlngs lost In Ihc quake, Protestant churches In the U.S. liavo rushed two emergency airlifts to Belgrade with '20,000 pounds of blankets, tents and JNIRS for the destitute. Cargoes included one million water puri- 'Icalion tablets lo ward, off a feared typhus epidemic. In addition 478,763 pounds of clothing, shoes, bedding and medicines provided by _ the churches for overseas relief, which have already left the U.S., are being diverted find made* available to Skopje's homeless people. Immediately after the earthquake, Church World Service released clothing, and food stocks maintained in Yugoslavia for a school footling program, for disaster relief. These foods will be replaced, and probably expanded to provide an expected increase in school feeding programs related to the emergency. Since World War II the churches have carried out school feed- Ing programs in economically deprived areas of Yugoslavia t o help local efforts to- improve educational opportunities and health. Tlie U.S. churches' current offering of $100,000 for housing aid. to earthquake, survivors would help meet a world-wide appeal being made by the World Council of Churches for $500,000 for this purpose. Brilish Protestant churches have offered $35,000 as an immediate donation. German Announcing the Opening of Betty and Julie's BEAUTY SALON 803 HENRY ALTON ST. Open Tuesday, August 13 Phone for Appointment HO 5-2601 Owners and Operators: Betty Griffin and Julie Beatry Thomas J. Houscr, 34, corporation attorney for Ihe Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy Railroad, Is appointed a campaign co-ordln- alor for Charles M, Percy, GOP candidate for the 1964 gubernatorial nomination. Houser will bo re'sponsfblc for (ho Chicago suburban area. An Arlington Heights resident Houser is Wheeling Township committceman covering 53 precincts. It is one of the strongest GOP townships in Cook County. As Wheeling committeemun Houser carried that township 3.8 lo 1 for the GOP in I960. He is a member of Ihe Loyal ly and Discipline committee ol the Cook Counly Republican Cen Iral Committee and has been a member of the slate making campaign and executive commit tees of the Cook County Centra Committee. A Linclbloom high. school grad uatc, Houser graduated from Hanover College, Hanover, India na (tnd Northwestern Universit; Law School, and altended the School of International Studies Washington, D.C. Percy's campaign manager i; Carl Hanson, a corporation vici president and Elk Grove Town ship Committeeman. A secom campaign co-ordinalor for the northern Illinois counlies, Bob Vlilton of Lake Forest, was announced last week. Dover School Reunion Will Be Held Sunday CARROLLTON - All former pupils, teachers and friends of Dover School are invited to attend a reunion '• at the Carrollton city park Sunday, Aug. 18 at noon. The reunion is held every three years and this year it is being planned by Harland Shannon, president; Phillip /Farrelley, vice president, and Mrs. Charles Daum, secretary. Fred HJewter of Greenfield, a former teacher, will be master of ceremonies at the program which will be presented following the picnic dinner. All attending are to bring food, drink and table service. Participate In Wedding CARROLLTON — Mrs. Neil Carrico and George Schnelten were the organist and soloist re- Man Hit by Truck Loses Right Leg A 33-year-old Alton State Hospital patient had his right leg amputated below the knee this morning at St. Joseph's Hospital after being hit by a truck on Rte. 6 north of Brighton Sunday after- day while he dtchen duty. was working on St. Joseph's Hospital listed his condition as satisfactory today. Raps Federal Agencies 9 'Power GraV CHICAGO (AP)-The president of the American Bar Association urged today that Congress be' asked lo curb what he called a grab for power by federal administrative agencies that is slowing down the nation's economy. Sylvester C. Smith Jr., of Newark, N.J., also urged America's lawyers to work for tighter enforcement of fhe criminal laws and to act more swiftly in mal- lei's 'involving civil rlghls. "There is every indicallon that the federal administrate agencies are again reached out for power, extending their jurisdiction beyond the intended delegation granted by Congress", he said in the president's address opening the ABA's 86th annual meeting. "I have grave doubt that the top executive leaders or leaders in the Congress are fully aware of these grasps for power. But the citizens affected are aware and alarmed..." The association president said Wood River Man Arrested On S Charges WOOD RtVER - Richard L. Joiner, 35, 103 S. 12th St., was arrested Sunday night on charges of Intoxication, assualtlng an officer and disorderly conduct. Joiner was arrested behind the City Club Tavern where he was found on a picnic table, accord- Ing lo Sgt. Floyd Brown. While making the arrest a scuffle ensued and Joiner was subsequently taken to Wood River Township Hospital where he was treated for a laceration to the left side of his face and for a bruised right knee and left shoulder. When Joiner appeared before Police Magistrate 0. W. Vernof this morning, he' entered a plea of not guilty and posted $100 bond on each charge. His case has been set for Friday. Muny Windows Broken Out At Betalto BETHALTO - Windows in the Bethalto Firohouse and the Be thalto Water Co. were broken ou by vandals Sunday evening, Chle of Police Clyde Tisdel said today. Members of the Modifleds Cai Club were meeting In the fire house at the time rocks were thrown through the windows ac cording to Chief Tisdel. men. the public's concept of the organized bar will be lowered if the ABA does not take action on civil rights issues. He added: "If the bar is to go forward there must be a uniform concept of the rule of law. The rule of law cannot mean one thing to one group and something else to another group. "It cannot mean one thing to a governor of a state who has taken a solemn oath of office to uphold the Constitution and enforce the law and another thing to a group of citizens. It should mean compliance with the final decisions of the courts of the land in any particular case." Club members rushed out to see a "63 model car speeding away with two young men in it. The chief said it is suspectec members of other clubs in the area are jealous of the Bethaltc car club and were trying to caus' trouble. Cars Collide At Wood River WOOD RIVER — An auto acci dent involving cars driven b j Harry E. Nievelt, 39, of 302 E 13th St., and Edna J. Garin, 43 7 Sullivan St., East Alton, wa reported to police at 2:29 a.m today. The police report showed thi Garin car was stopped facin; west of the north side of Mar guerite Street when Nievelt, back ing out of a parking lot on th opposite side of the street, collid 96 Arrests Made in East Alton Last Month EAST ALTON - Ninety six ar- •sts were made here by police n June as compared with 95 Crti 4 ami Tow in Wreck al Roxnim ROXANA — A racing car'be- ig lowed by another car driven y Jack H. Liberslein of Belle- ille struck a light jx>le al Ihc orner of Fiflh St. and Central We. at 10 a.m. Sunday when Ihe ow bar broke. Extensive dam- ge was done lo Ihe car and Ihe wle had lo be replaced by repalr- Tnkcn (o Hospital ROXANA — Roxaria police were called to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Tomerlin on E. fourth Streel Sunday when their otir-month-old son began choking. 'ntrolman George Hodson look he child lo Wood River Township lospilal, where he was Irealed and released. Itctimi from Camp ROXANA — Mrs. lona Gordon and daughter. Charlotte, of Doerr Avenue have returned from Xenia, 111., where they spent the past week attending the Brush Creek reunion sponsored by the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Sainls. Session to Meet ROXANA — The session made the same month in 1962, a report released by Chief Rlggins showed today. Nineleen less Iraffic arrests were made in June than al Ihe same time last year. Fifty cars were Involved in accidents last m6nth, and 19 arrests were made as a result of Ihe accidents. Accidents reported were: Car and car, 23; car and pedestrian, 2; car and fixed objecl, 4; molor- cycle and fixed ohjecl, 1; car and bicycle, 2; and car and curbing, 1. Traffic arrests lisled on Ihe report were: Careless driving, 28; reckless driving, 1; no slale driver's license, 1; no license plales, 1; expired driver's license, 1; righl of way violalion, 2; Unnecessary noise, 1; tillering slreels, 1; disobedience to officer, Ij leaving the scene of an accident, 2; one way slreel violation, 1; ficlicious plales, 1; expired driver's license, 1; improper lane usage, 1; and slriking a parked vehicle, 1. Tour Grant's Farm EAST ALTON — Members of Cub Scout Pack 13 toured Grant's Farm in St. Louis Saturday. Glenn Cunningham, cubmaster, his wife and other adults associated with the troop accompanied the boys. All eight dens of the troop were represented on the of tour. Dtttls Auxiliary to Meet SOUTH ROXANA - The Dads' Club Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at the clubhouse-in the park. Officers will be elected. Boy, #, Stung By Wasp at Wilsonmlle WOOD RIVER — An eight-year- old Alton boy was admitted to Wood River Township Hospital Sunday al 6:35 p.m. after he was slung by a wasp al Wilsonville Lake near Bunker Hill, He was Rickey Prtlltt, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pruitt, 3108 Trumhle St. Mrs. Pruilt said lhat Ricky was slung on his cheek bone. . Stock Car Driver Hurt At Mitchell *** WOOD RIVER - A 22-year-o1dl Bethalto man suffered a njury Sunday morning Iri ft vi r race at Mitchell when Ms car collided with another vehleje. Terry Prltohett, 419 E, .Sfttfr- mnn, Bethalto, was treated attd .eleased Sunday at 9:25 A.ftt. from Wood River fowtisWp'tiflB- pital for an injured left elbotf. Pritchett said he hit his elbow on the safety bar irt his car. "Polaroid" Cameras and Supplies HIOKS PHOTO STUDIO .1418 Ciillfnntlri HO S-M8B First Presbyterian Church will meet at the church at 7 p.m. today. The Crossroads class will meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the church and will be led by the Rev. Williams Rice, pastor, who has just returned from vaca- lion. Roxana Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Leo Perkins and children, Kenneth and Karen, of 319 Doerr Ave. and Mr. and Mrs. Juel Liley and sons Gary and Kevin, of Wood River spent the past week at the Atkins resort in Gravois Mills, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Earl McLane of Doerr Avenue have returned after spending the past few days visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. McLane in Hinsdale. Sunday, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dressel of O'Fallon visited' here. Miss Barbar McLane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl McLane of Doerr Avenue, has returned after spending the past week at Little Grassy Camp near Carbondale. Mrs. Thomas Clark To Be 90 Tuesday Mrs. Thomas P. Clark, 1415'/a Central Ave., will observe her 90th birthday Tuesday with an informal gathering at home. Born Aug. 13, 1873, in Cisne, 111., Mrs. Clark has seven children, 11 grandchildren, and 24 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Clark, who has been in a wheel chair for the past two years, keeps busy with her emboidery and crochet work. Northern Trip Mr. and Mrs. George Dillenger and son, George, of 217 Michigan Ave., and Mrs. Viola Echols of Bisrnark, Mo., just returned from a three-week trip to Maine and Halifax, Nova Scotia. DRAPERIES FREE MADE With Purchase of Material at $1.99 Yd. and Up Our experience*! personnel will assist you with your decorating needs. SUPERIOR CA ?PET CO. 1036 MAIN ST. — PHONE 465-2526 or 482-6890 WILSH1KE VILLAGE — OL 4-4932 Beauty Salon Arcade — Wilshire Village Dial CL 4-1018 Smart... Casual The season's most stylish cut can be shaped to lines that please you best . . . It's youthful and ft 75 pretty, tob! JL Budget Wave 5.95 *NORMAL HAIR ONLY • No Appointment Necessary spectively at the wedding Saturday at 11 a.m. in the St. Francis Xavier's Church in Jerseyville of Miss Margueritte Klueg, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. B. H. Klueg of Jerseyville, and Paul Carter of Grafton. Burglars Peel Safe at Alhambra Auto Agency More fun than money! 5 full-size lipsticks in 5 zingy-swingy colors- for just 3.75! (Wild!) jcpopingtipo eomptete ttpstfok wardrobe (a 6.25 value!) ' - - - • • Everything from naked pastels to to wicked, wayout pinks! Each lipstick in a cWc to keep under cover! (Don't tnisj iMffl SooBjafe jooet At AH 5 THRIFTY DRUG STORES EDWARDSVILLE — Checks to- aling over $9,000 and $200 cash 'as stolen by burglars who forced pen a heavy 5-foot tall safe at laustermeier Ford Sales Co. in Ihambra Saturday night, sheriff's ivestigators reported today/ Working with prybars and tools e yeggs peeled open the heavy •on door of the safe located in ie sales room on the west side of frame building, investigators aid. Inside the safe a .sack contain- ng the large amount of checks nd $200 cash was missing, the 'ord Sales Co. owner, Robert (laustermeier told investigating fficers. Sixteen vehicle titles were aJso eported missing from a drawer in 10 safe. Sheriff's investigator Clyde Tis- el Jr. together with an investi- ator from the Illinois State Crime .aboratory at Springfield began n investigation after the break-in vas discovered early Sunday. Klaustermeier said he discov- •>red the building bar been entered vhen he visited the sales service oom to gel a lawnmower about 0 a,m. Sunday. Entry lo the building was gain- xl through a door which was forced open on the .south side facing tate Rte. 140, the sheriff's office 'eported. A cigarette machine was pried open and (he inter-office ransacked. Tlie investigator from the .•rime lab pholographed Impressions from murks made by pry. is on Ihc safe and checked the crime scene for fingerprints. D»mo Women of Greene Will Meet Friday ~ The August meeting of the Greene County Democratic Women's Club will be FvWay at 7:30 p.m. in the shelter house At Uons Park in White Hall, Members Irom Wai- wtJl he the ed with the Garin vehicle. IDOHUUC Elegant enswnbllrtg the three-piece wool knit suit tastefully touched with exquisite, embroidered motifs on the jacket and repeated on the deep back- zip dressmaker overblouse. 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