Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 22, 1963 · Page 16
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August 22, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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SlfiN ALTON EVENING Calhoim Junior Fair * *-"V' " Prizes Total $7,330 «~ Total premiums of $?,330.2S will be offered In the Cal- hotin County Jtinior Agricultural Fait-, which will be held in conjunction with the seventeenth annual Calhoun Apple Festival, Sept. 13, 14 and 15. The junior agricultural fair is open to all residents of Calhoun County, and to thtit tiOrtlon of Unit 40 School District in Greene County, who are under 21 years of age. Each exhibitor must be 9 years old by July 1, except in the Educational Division. The county 4-H show will take place at the same time as the junior fair, and projects may be entered in both events, but exhibits wilt be judged separately, and dilfereiit superintendents will be In charge of the two shows. The 4-H superintendents were announced last week. Rule books for the junior fall- are available at the county extension office. The books contain a listing of all divisions, entry lees 84 Negroes Arrested in Plaquemine By E DMCCUSKER PLAQUEMINE, La. (AP) Singing "We Shall Overcome," Negroes defied a federal judge's restraining order Wednesday night by staging another protest march. City police arrested 84 Negroes as sheriff's deputies and stale troopers stood by in reserve. The Negroes peacfully marched to a prison compound following their affest at the Plaquemine City Hall and the Iberville Parish (county) court house, some six blocks distant. The arrests brought to 230 the total jailed since protests against racial segregation policies flared in this town of 5,700 Monday night. Plaquemine—20 miles down the Mississippi River frpm the state capital at Baton Rouge—is in the heart of Louisiana's sugarcane- growing section. Mayor Charles P. Schnebelen, 66, postponed late Wednesday night the scheduled trials totay for the demonstrators, saying he would hold them- Monday. Negro leaders had threatened to demonstrate at the trial. Earlier Wednesday the mayor, in a radio broadcast, said he seeks peaceful solution to racial problems. But he said he refused to deal with "rabble rousers." A few hours later, city, and'par- ish officials got U.S. Dist. Judge E. Gordon West of Baton Rouge to return to his office from vacation and issue a sweeping restraining order against demonstrations, rallies and any other protest moves. West's temporary order—he set Sept. 9 as the date for a hearing- named the Congress of Racial Equality, "John Doe and Mary Doe, and others acting in concert with them."., Ward Estate Valued at , l*rtiii ffi and premiums, and entry blanks. Fair association officers are: Russell Wieneke. president; Charles Inman, vice president; J. B. Harmon, secretary; and Paul Lorsbnch. treasurer. Robert Lahne will serve as manager of (he junior fair, and the department superintendents are as follows: beef cattle. George Brock; dairy cattle, Bob Snyder; swine, Clifford Mortlatid; horticulture, Joe Ingle; sheep, Bill DeWerff; agricultural and garden products, Raymond Kress; poultry and rabbits, Clarence Fischer; education, Chester Knight; and dairy, apiary and culinary, Mrs. William Pohl. Leaves For Sports Jamboree WOOD RIVER — Miss Pam Frieman left this afternoon to attend the Illinois junior sports jamboree at Bloominglon. The sports jamboree is co-sponsored each year by the Illinois Youth Commission and the Jaycees. Pam. who will represent the Wood River Township Jaycees, won the baseball throw at the local jamboree held here on June 8 and won the -sectional meet in Cahokia on July 18. Hubcaps Stolen Gerald Boers, 1713 Rodgers Ave. 'reported to Alton police this morn- ling the theft of four hubcaps from Ibis car while it was parked in his 'driveway sometime Wednesday -night. Home BrokenJn While tic Was Out Fishing An Alton man reported to Alton police Wednesday evening a break- iin at his home while he was away a few hours fishing. j William Pepen. 2013 State .St. Hold police $2 in coins were taken. 'Pepen said lie left his home It):I'D Wednesday morning and returned (at 9:13 that night. Entrance was gained by standing on a garbage can and climbing through a window. Indonesia, which has been buying two-thirds of the world's cloves to scent the cigarettes inmnufactured there, is starting Its own clove groves. rertks Wt'ist hi tumble Miclmcl Andre, 11, broke, his wrist Wednesday when lie foil I from shoulders of another troy while trying to retrieve a football 'from a tree. Michael had the football Within reach, when he fell, landing on his hands. The hoy was released Imm St. Joseph's Hospital after his arm was placed in a east. Michael is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andre, .'HHO Coronado Or. | Catch Shoplifter A 17-year-old boy Was apprehended after shoplifting three cartons of cigarettes in the Tri-City Grocery store on Belle street Wednesday afternoon. The youth idso admitted taking Social Security fo Cfcetjfc Atead The Alton social security district manager, E. \V« Lehcn, to- 10 Treated in Emergency Room at Twp. Hospital WOOb RtVER — Ten persons. for a thumb injury received white were treated and released f rani i playing football; ^«j«ed people Hearing i-eth-e-j, he Township Hospital Wednes-j Larry Zicgler, G. son of Mr. and "An early visit to the social security office," Lehen said, "will help speed the Initial social security check so that it arrives on schedule. tl is wise to apply for benefits two or three months early so that despite the rush, checks will be received on time, lichen said. cigarettes from the A&P food store ou Fourth street a few minutes They were Donald fcvatis, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Evans, 259 seventh St., for a chin laceration suffered In , a bicycle collision; Kenneth Albright. 25, 218 Acton Avo., tor a laceration of the head incurred when he struck his head on a nail in the basement of his home; John Get- forth, 33, 449 Dulaiiny, for an injury to his right ntikle received at work; JeWell Grable 48, 232 Penning Ave., lor a toe Injury; James Bast, 10, son of Mr, and Mrs. John Bast, 30.1 Silver, Bethallo, Bethalto, for a laceration to his chin incurred in a fall from his bicycle at home; Terry Schultz, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schultz, Rte. 1, Granite City, for an injury to his left leg re- eeived in a bicycle mishap; Dcwey Bail, 45, 318 Relief, Roxana, for a thumb laceration received while using a sickle at work;. Robert Bcvfoden, 32. 301 Jersey St., Cottage Mills, for an elbow injury received while installing metal boxes at work; James Jones, 10, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sprhigffottl Mrtit to Head Church »JsH'i«t SpniNOFIKUJ, 111. (AP)-fhe Kev. L. C. NTenweller of Springfield has been elected president of the Central Illinois District of Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod. . As district president, he becomes a member of the Conedr- dia Theological Seminary, Springfield. He succeeds (he tov. A. W. Mueller, Docnhir, \vho_ served th this rapacity sinee 1034. Vice presidents elected by convention delegates Wednesday were the Rev. Paul Koehneke! Kewanee, and the Kev. George Albers, Decatur. The four-day convention ends today. ___. fiioTmiJlonc7~nfe7 1, Emvnrds- ville, for an "arm Injury received In a fall from his swlng_ at home. ! SATURDAY! AUGUST 23 and 24 . . . . BLOCKS OF BARGAINS $12,376 LONDON (AP) - Dr. Stephen Ward left a net estate of 4,420 pounds ($12,376), a lawyer lor his brother said today. Attorney Joseph Jackson said Ward's estate had been assessed provisionally at 14.G20 pounds ($40,930) but settlement of outstanding debts reduced it to the lower figure. It was believod that much of the estate consisted of proceeds from the sale of portraits by Ward that were on exhibit and sale during his trial on vice charges. Ward was a central figure in the recent scandal which led to the resignation of former War Minister John D. Prol'umo and for a lime threatened Prime Minister Harold Macmillan's government . Ward killed himself at the closi- of the trial, which found him guilty of living on the earnings of prostitutes. Rules Man Gun Burn Own House Down MUNDEU2IN, 111. (AP) - A magistrate who said "I guess a man can burn down his own house if he wants to," has fined a contractor $100 on a reduced charge of disturbing the peace after the man set fire to his home. Fined was William J. Till, 42, coowner of the Till Construction Co,, Chicago, who pleaded guilty after an arson charge, was reduced to disturbing the peace. Till told Magistrate John Green: "The house is like a cancer to me, und I wanted to get rid of it. But J only wanted to burn my half." Till told police lie set the bla/e after his wife A'ycc, 40, left him, their Q-yw-old son, Wil, with her. He surrendered voluntarily Aug. 1, just live hours setting the lire, ; FREE BRAKE ADJUSTMENT With Grease Job and Oil Change Any Time Friday or Saturday! 5 DAY SPECIAL! 20% OFF ON ALL 6 VOLT AND 12 VOLT BATTERIES ATLAS FLASHLIGHTS MAGNETIC! REGULAR $2.08 VALUE $ 1.44 See Us About Special Pie-Fall Prices On; • MUFFLERS • TAIL PIPES • BRAKE JOBS ATLAS TIRES • TUNE UPS ALIGNMENT • WHEEL BALANCE VOGELSANG STANDARD SERVICE GODFREY ROAD PHONE 466-3113 SIDEWALK SALE SPECIALS! ADMIRAL 19-in. PORTABLE Smartly styled, lightweight 19" portable TV. Bright, crisp pictures with 17,000 volts of picture power. Hideaway antenna, metal cabinet with luggage type handle. Model P9509. REGULAR $159.95 $ 129.95 Good Selection. . .Specially Priced WALL HANGINGS • Print* • Shallow Boxes • • Clocks • Hand Painted Original Oils OUU ENTIKJ3 COLLECTION ff g\</< NOW UP TO OW OFK! PHILCO TRANS, RADIOS Res. $i 005 10.95 I<J Special Group TABLE LAMPS Modern uiul Karly American 25°/c 0 OFF! COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS 2606 STATE ST. NORTH ALTON PHONE HO 5-7588 OPEN MON.-TUE.-THUR. AND FRI. NIGHTS! Free Attendance Prizes Fri. and Sat.! OLD JUDGE COFFEE Pound Can 59' HEINZ CATSUP BOOK MATCHES 4 Reg. Bottles or 3 Large Bottles Carton Chicken of the Sea CHUNK TUNA 3 Tins 79 C Briquettes CHARCOAL 10 LI*. 53 C AND Tom-Boy Market ELM 'ft STATE STS. We Give Target Stamps , NORTH ALTON UtrltRi PRfSC <?//>/••( V PRi O NORTH ALTON'S PIASA CORNERS SHOPPING CENTER STORE FRIDAY SATURDAY Shredded Foam Regular 69c • Thrifty's Low Price 39 c QUANTITIES LIMITED TO STOCK ON HAND Insulated Plastic TUMBLERS Reg. 29c 5 99 C Keep Cool! Straw HATS 9 C Reg. 25c SIDEWALK DAYS! REGISTER FOR A FREE ' HAIR DRYER 1 Picnic Set Reg. 88c Full 22-Pc. Set 39 QQ c $12.88 VALUE! SERVING TRAYS .... 66c TV TRAYS .,,.., 77c ASSORTED—VAL. TO 1.28 PLASTIC WARE . . . 44c Women's Summer Clip Hats GLOSEOUT! 50% OFF! NYLON HOSIERY 27« Special During Sidewalk Days! NEW POLYVINYL FORMULA AQUA-GARD PAINT! A water repellent coating fortified with silicones. For wood, metal and masonry surfaces. By repelling water it effectively controls rot, corrosion and erosion on wood, metal and masonry. Easy to apply—simply use ordinary brush, roller or spray. Dries in 4 to 10 hours. Colors: white, pink, gray, green, buff or natural. GET 2 GALLONS FOR THE PRICE OF II 2 GALLONS *Q-QU Limit 8 Gals, to a Customer. No Dealers 5 -,o BEN FRANKLIN 5-10 LOCALLY OWNfD — NATIONALLY KNOWN SB-INCH PORCELAIN Kelvinator Gas Range $139.95 KEG. 30.90 Sunbeam Upright Vacuum $19,95 REG. 17I).»5 Admiral 19" Portable TV $149,95 ZENITH COLOR Call Us for Frco Homo Demonstration WEBER'S 2600 STATE ST. NORTH ALTON 2509 STATE ST. TV AND APPLIANCES PHONE 462-0019 SIDEWALK DAYS SALE! Limited Quantities! North Alton Store Only! Lalies' Scuffs 37" Cafe Curtains Reg. 1.59 Bath Mats Vol. to 1.98 Laundry Baskets 37" 4 Bushel Size Floral Design Towels 37" Wash Cloths Values to 49c 170 Men's Long Sleeve Sport Shirts Reg, 1,98 '1.33 Boy's Short Sleeve Sporl Shirts 57« Now Only Up to 3 Yard Lengths Drapery Material Ends Vals. to 1.98 per Yard Many Other Items to Choose From .N.HIRSCH&CO. North Alton Shoeing CeultT Sidewalk Sale Specials! 1 2 FRIED CHICKEN FISH SANDWICHES 5-1.00 EAT HERE OR CARRY OUT Now Only..... 7 Delicious 51 AA Hamburgers "™ 2518 STATE ST. PHONE HO 5-9796 Keg. $7 QC 0,00 1*99 Reg, $ 7.05 6.95 SIDEWALK DAYS SALE! HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF OUR MANY BARGAINS REGISTER FOH FREE ATTENDANCE PRIZES! NO PURCHASE NECESSARY! WHEELBARROWS ..... GARDEN CARTS . . . . . DOUBLE DRAIN TUBS . . . GALVANIZED TRASH BURNERS . 1/4-IN. BLACK & DECKER DRILLS . STORM KING DOOR CLOSERS. SUNBEAM FLOOR POLISHER , ROUND CLOTHES BASKETS . . "* '12.50 I 18.85 I 4.U5 Hen. I l".M S 3.95 Hen. $ J.U8 1.65 **• '26,00 20.0B 880 69c SEE OUR OTHER AP IN TONISHT'S PAPER FOR MORE SPECIAl.51 ST. PETERS' iLECTRIC AND HARDWARE

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