Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 26, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Section 2 Page* 13*20 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Amunem&tli Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, AUGUST 26,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. The Helpful Find That Kindness Can Backfire OTTAWA, III. (AP)-Two motorists who tried to be helpful to strangers pondered today whether kindness Is Its own reward. The La Salle County sheriffs office reported these occurrences Sunday: Eugene Pornlor, 35, of Jollet, picked up four hitchhikers at a service station In Ottawa. Arriving In Seneti later, Fornier stopped to greet a friend and left the hitchhikers In his car. His friend was dressing and Fornier relaxed in a chair on the front porch and dozed. When he awakened, the hitchhikers, his watch, his wallet and his car 38 YEARS AS AGENT Madison County Mutual AUTO INSURANCE GO, STANKA GARAGE State Street North Alton Dial HO 5-8880 were gone. Near Mondota, Henry Holllstene stopped his car to aid several men apparently having trouble With their auto. The strangers hit Hollistene, of Mendota, on the head and drove off In his car. Four Parties lo Oppose Gen. Park SEOUL (AP) - Four political parties agreed today to back one candidate against junta chief Gen. Chung Hee Park in a presidential election Oct. 15. No candidate was nominated, but Hie decision confronted Park with his strongest opposition. The junta-backed Democratic Republican, party had planned to take advantage of splits among the other political parties to help the junta chief win election. HIRSCH&CO SPORTSWEAR FOR MEN OF ACTION AND YOUNG MEN Men's and Boys' WINTER JACKETS Choose from either sur-coat or bomber jackets in vinyls, gabardines, poplin. Some with pile linings. Vals. to $10.00. Wide assortment of styles and colors. Men's sizes 36 to 46. Boys' sizes 6 to 18. .00 CORDUROY SLACKS Pick from cither new continental or ivy styles in soft, supple corduroy. Wash 'n wear finish, Sanforized. Bat- tacked for lasting wear. Colors: Olive, Black and Antelope. Men's sizes, waist 29 to 28. Lengths 29 to 34. Boys' sizes 6 to 18. Boys' Sizes 2 Men's and Boys' Long Sleeve SPORT SHIRTS THE LATEST STYLES! Newest Fabrics and Colors In Sport Shirts ... Some with tapered body and stand - up collars. Choose from solids, plaids, checks, fancies. Some wash 'n wear finish. San- forked. Sizes S-M- L-XL. Men's Sizes Boys' Sizes 1,98 to 3,98 1,00 to 1, 1(9 lack-To-School Salt Going On! Savings Inlvtry Department 3 WAYS TO Powntown Alton Open Man, a Frl. "HI 8 p.ra Other P»y« S to 5:00 North Open Every NI«I»t TU 9- Ssturday TU 0:30 Alton Plaza Open Mon. ao4 '.TU B •* Other Pay« a to 9:30 Wllihlre Villuge open Every Pay 9 a.m. to 0 p.m. Downtown Wood River Open FrJ4i»y N»ts 'TU 9 Other Pay« 'TU B:3Q MARRIED 60 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. DC Sherlla, 81 Marguerite, Wood River, who will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Aug. 29. They have lived in Wood River for 51 years. De Sherlia is a retired Standard Oil Co. employe. Lauds New State Fund-Raising Law CHICAGO (AP) — Illinois' new aw for policing the $8 billion annual charity fund-raising business was suggested today as a model code for other states to follow. William G. Clark, Illinois attor- icy general, told a Midwestern conference of the National Association of Attorneys General he is confident the new statute will 'drive any unscrupulous fund •aiser and fraudulent charitable organizations from the state." The new state law, patterned )artly after the New York and Minnesota laws, requires regis- ration of fund raisers and ac- :ountings to the state attorney general. Also, unauthorized use of an individual's name by fund raisers s barred, and the sending of unordered merchandise. Violations subject offenders to lines up to $1,000 and jail terms up to one year. He said incidence of fraud in charity fund raising is small, but: "It is only realistic to recognize that there are an unscrupulous !ew who will attempt to take advantage of the American public. "The extent to which this group of charity ghouls operates s shocking." Clark said charity organizations and fund raisers have been unable to police the solicitation ield. "The amount of regulation hat is required is substantial," 10 said, and "private agencies are not equipped to perform these unctions." Minor Collision Near Islands EAST ALTON — Cars driven by Miss E. Leslie Strader, 19, 2907 Ethel St., Alton, and Eliott M. Schreiter, 48, 1021 Johnson St., Carlinville, were .nvolved in a minor accident of W. St. Louis avenue, near the 'Islands" early Sunday morn- ng. The accident occurred, police said, when Miss Strader stopped for a west bound traffic light on W. St. Louis avenue. Police said Schreiter was watching the stop light and failed to see the other car. Damage to the two vehicles was minor. Gary Lawler Will Head DeMolays MACOMB, HI. (AP)—The Illinois Order of De Molay has named Gary Lawler, Freeport state master counselor. Lawler was selected Saturday night at the group's 35th conclave. A ball on the Western Illinois University campus wound up the conclave. Kent Trimble, Moline, was named state senior counselor, and Harry J. Sterling Belleville, was chosen state junior counselor. About 600 youths attending the meeting voted Barbara Hoops, a Bloomington Rainbow Girl, the de- Molay state sweetheart. Jersey West Grade Staff Completed JERSEYVILLE — The West Elementary School of this city will have one new teacher on its staff this semester, Martha Jean East of Jerseyville, who has been assigned to the third grade. She will replace Carolyn L. Gilson, who is on a year's leave of ab sence. Rena Motsinger, who taught the latter part of last year at Elsah has been transferred to the Jerseyville west Elementary where she will teach fourth grade. She succeeds Mrs. Catherine Curran who resigned. The only othei change on the staff is a combiner second and third grade room whicli will be taught on half time basis by Mrs Helen Marshall, principal and Miss Erma Worthy supervisor of primary reading in the Unit. Mrs. Mildred Ingersoli is office secretary. Other members of the West Elementary staff are: Russell M. Cox, fifth grade; Marie Freesmey er, third; Eva Leach, first; Jon etta Maupin, second; Cleora G. Meyer, fifth; Ray Pedigo, fourth; Mary W. Rice, vocal music; Marie Roach, second; Mary White, first, and Edna Williams, first. Imports of Cream Still Mounting WASHINGTON (AP) - Rep. Odin Langcn, fl-Minn., criticized ht> Agriculture Department today >ver the mounting imports of 3ronm. "I wrote the secretary twice urlicr this year about the prob- cm," Lnngen said, "and the only •eply was in April when the de- wirtmenl said it wns examining '.he subject. "But nnolhor four months has passed without furllier word while cream imports continue to mount at the average rate of half-a-mil- ion pounds a month." Langen noted that back in Feb- •uary lie predicted that two mil- ion pounds of cream was slated ^0 bo imported into this country n direct competition with local producers. "Iliad hoped I would be wrong," Langen said, "but my prediction unfortunately has come true." Langen said the latest Treasury Department report shows that almost 3,8 million pounds of cream las hern imported between Jan. I and Aug. 3, Langen said he again has called he situation to the attention of the secretary of agriculture asking him to support the Minne- iolan's proposal to have the President call for a Tariff Commission nquiry when any agricultural Quality DAIRY STORE 60S Berkshire Blvd., East Alton Dial CL 4-0414 2% HOMO Half Grade . A Korean 'Cold W<ir 9 Prisoner's Wife Still Has Faith FRANKFORT, Mich. (AP)-For 101 days, Capt. Carleton W. Voltz of the U.S. Army has been imprisoned by North Korea Communists. His wife, Suzanne, says, "Most of the time, I try not. to think about him." Maybe that's wrong," said Mrs. Voltz, "but if I didn't I'd go crazy. "It's the anxiety of waking and wondering what they're doing to him. I have lots of nightmares. I think he's here, and he's not. One night I dreamed he was being tortured." Voltz, 26, of Oak Park, 111., and Capt. Bon W. Stutts, 30, of Florence, Ala., were captured May 17 after North Koreans shot down their helicopter. They were on a routine inspection of boundary markers along Korea's demilitarized zone. At periodic meetings of the Joint Military Armistice Commission in Panmunjom, Korea, officials of the United Nations have requested the Reds to release the captains. Communist delegates have refused to discuss the subject since a May 17 meeting when they acknowledged that the commodity in surplus, such as cream, also is being imported. Americans were captured. Maj. Gen. Chang Chung-hwan, chief delegate of North Korea, charged the captains were on a spying mission. He has refused to listen to requests by Maj. Gen. George H. Cloud, senior U.N. delegate. I hat Voltz and Stutts be permitted In receive letters and packages from their families. Mrs. Voltz, 23, is living with her parents on nearby Crystal Lake. Occasionally, said Mrs. Voltz, she gets an urge to head for Washington and "shake somebody." "I have faith it will work out, but so many things have gone wrong," she said. "We're too reserved in speaking our piece. "Maybe there's something don't know about. Maybe we're trying to make a trade." Roxana Cub Pack Supper Tonight ROXANA - Cub Scouts o: Pack 4<1 will have a pot - luck supper at 6 p.m. today at the East End Park, with Mrs. Carol Stamper's Den 2 in charge. There wil be races for the boys. Baby May Lose Sight To Cancer NKVV YORK CAP) — A doctor will oxaminc a cancer-stnckcn 9- nionlh-olrl Morton, III., boy in an nltnmpl to determine whether he should ho admitted for treatment. The hahy, C 1 a r o n ce Whitton, hiis lost his loft eye in the disease. His right eye is now infected. Authorities at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital said the. child's admission is dependent upon the results of the examination Monday. Mis mother, Mrs. Wade Whitten, the wife of a Caterpillar Tractor Co. employe, said the examination would disclose whether radium or drugs should be used in an attempt to save the eye. The Whiltons have five other children. Fravda Continues Row with Chinese By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MOSCOW (AP) — The Soviet campaign against Red China con tinued this weekend with Izvestia pointing to food rationing in China and Pravda comparing Peking's propaganda with that of Nazi Joseph Goebbels. In the spring n fcmiile monarch butterfly lays ns mnny aa 400 jade green eggs on the underside of milkweed leaves. If you can repay $40.00" monthly... you can get $764.65 the minute you want it Or, if you want cash in another amount . . . more or less . . . why not phone and tell us how much! If you prefer, stop in. We'll be glad to help. •On 24 month repayment plan. Charges are 3% on unpaid monthly balance up to $150, 2% per month on balances over $150 to $300, and 1% per month on balances over $300 to $800. Beneficial Finance Co. of Chicago, Inc. 200 STATE ST. Phone: HO 2-9281 Alton, Illinois BENEFICIAL FINANCE SYSTEM 40 convenient affiliated offices. See white pages of your phone book. 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