Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 3, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, September 3, 1963
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Section 2 Pages 13-20 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Classified Sporlf Atnusementt Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Blood Drive Set Friday at Jersey JERSEYVILLE — The Red Cross bloodmobile will make its first visit of the fiscal year to Jersey County Friday. The unit will be in operation at the First Presbyterian Church from 1 p.m. until 6 p.m. The blood program either provides or replaces the blood needed by any resident of Jersey County at most hospitals in the United States and the program is supported by residents who donate blood when the unit comes to Jerseyville. The assigned quota, which is based on the population of the county, is 113 pints of blood for each of the five visits during the fiscal year. Any one from 18 through 59 may give blood. Young men not yet of legal age must present a signed parental consent form at the time of donation. These forms are available at the Red Cross office or at the Democrat- News office. Jersey County at the present time is far behind in the production of blood for the program. The past year which closed on June 30, showed a deficit of 163 pints. This record will be reviewed at the October meeting of the St. Louis Blood Program and it is hoped the Friday visit here will be successful enough to prevent the local program being put on a "warning" status. Any information about replacement, donations or blood eligibility may be obtained from the local Blood Program chairman, Mrs. Paul Richey. Calhoun Units Set Meetings HARDIN — Units of the Calhoun County Homemakers Extension Association will resume their business sessions this month, after a two-month summer recess. The major lesson scheduled to be given by local leaders within cacli unit is "Accessories for your Costume." The minor lesson will be "Table Etiquette." Unit meetings have been set as follows: Meppen unit, Tuesday, Sept. 10, 9 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Virginia Tepen; Kampsville, Thursday, Sept. 12, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Sue Vetter; Richwoods, Monday, Sept. 16, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. June Inman, Belleview Unit Tuesday, Sept. 17,1:30 p.m., place to be announced; Point, Tuesday, Sept. 17, 8:30 p.m., Brussels Home EC room; Gilead, Thursday, Sept. 19, 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Ann Caselton; Hardin, Tuesday, Sept. 24, 8 p.m., Mrs. Virginia Knight. The county extension council will meet at 1:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9, in the Farm Bureau building. The following day, there will be a local leader training school at the same place, when Elizabeth Dean, U. of I. health specialist, will give the October major lesson, "Drugs, Names, Meanings and Uses." Extension Council members will go to Jersey- vine Friday, Sept. 27, to attend a district HEA meeting. Units are now making apple butter to be sold by the county organization at the apple festival this month. Paris Farm HandCharged With Murder PARIS, 111. (AP) — James A. Lawson, 49, has been charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Ruby Fit/simmons, 20. Police said Lawson, a farm worker who lived in a nearby apartment, shot Miss Fitzsimmons Sunday afternoon because he was apparently enraged by her rejection of his attentions. Asks Unions To Open Up For Negroes CHICAGO (AP) — Labor unions were urged Monday to provide training programs for Negroes in trades where they have limited employment opportunities. The Rev. Dennis Geaney of Fort Wayne, Ind., said in a Labor Day sermon that Negroes often are blocked from employment because they have little training. The sermon was delivered at the 19th annual Labor Day Mass at Holy Name Cathedral. "No longer can we say that be cause no Negro has applied or has the capacity at our place of work or our school, we are without blame," Father Geaney said. "We should bring them into the unions, help train the jobless, and even with limitations, give them the opportunity to work on the job because of the many past injustices they have received," he said. Father Geaney encouraged integration in the public schools by saying that integrated classrooms are "a rich seedbed for a genuine learning experience for our children, who must be given the opportunity to associate early in life with people of other races, religions and national origins." He said 750,000 Chicago Negroei live in segregated areas behind "an invisible wall with jaggec boundaries as real and as pernicious as its visible counterpart in Berlin." Lightning Damages 10 Chicago Homes CHICAGO (AP) — Lightning struck one man and reportedly damaged Ifl homes Monday nigh as thunderstorms and heavy rain lashed the Chicago area. Angel S a 1 g a d o, 27, suffered burns when lightning shattered a window and struck him. He wai reported in good condition a Walther Memorial Hospital. UNITED NATIONS — United Nations observers are saying that the gathering of heads o. state as delegates may becomi a yearly event. SCHOOL MARKING Signs were painted on Alton streets From left Walter Bellmore, Bill Peipert, by all public schools Saturday by chairman of the project and Rich Mar- members of the Alton Junior Chamber tin, Jaycee vice president are shown in of Commerce as a community service, this painting crew. List Jersey Homemaker Meetings for September JERSEYVILLE — Members of the Jersey County Homemakers Extension Service will answer roll call at unit meetings this month with "Where I Spent My First School Days." The major lesson will be on How Do You Rate As a Shopper" and the minor lesson will be "Know Your Furniture Wood." The song of the month will be "Old Spinning Wheel." The various Unit meetings will be held as follows; The Jerseyville B Unit will meet at 8 p.m. today at the home of Mrs. Edward Rhodes. A county Council meeting will be held at the Farm Bureau at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. Marquette Unit meets at Rosedale Hall at 1:30 p.m. Thursday and Mrs. Marion Voyles will entertain Kemper at 2 p.m. Sept. 9. West Prairie meets at the Farm Bureau at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 10 and Mrs. Anthony Stiritz will be hostess to Panhandle at 2 p.m. Sept. 11. The meeting of the Fieldon Unit will be held at 2 p.m. Sept. 12 at the United Church of Christ in Fieldon and Fidelity Unit meets at the Farm Bureau building at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 13. Otterville meets at 2 p.m. Sept. 114 at the Otterville School, and jMrs. Vincent Schroeder will entertain members of McClusky Unit at 8 p.m. Sept. 16. On Sept. 17 at 1:30 p.m. the Delhi Unit meets at the Farm Bureau and Mrs. Ralph Thomp son will be hostess to Southeas Jersey at 2 p.m. Sept. 18. Mrs L. 0. Johnson will be hostess t Bethel at 2 p.m. Sept. 19 and th Lampliters meet the same day a 1:30 p.m. at the Farm Bureau. 38 YEARS AS AGENT Madison County Mutual AUTO INSURANCE CO. STANKA GARAGE State Street North Alton Dial HO 5-8889 Twins Name St. Louisans As Officers SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-The nternational Twins Association as selected three sets of twins rom St. Louis as officers for the coming year. Selected at the association's annual meeting Monday night were: Kings—Tim and Terry Knox. 20. Queens—Janet and Judy Isert, 9. Co-president—Floyd and Lloyd facquo. Among the 250 sets of twins at :he meeting were Kim and Aimee Dickinson of Geneva, Switzerland, who were recognized for having raveled the farthest. The youngest twins attending were Jack and Jane Schafer, 4'/£ months, of Springfield, 111. The oldest were Zena De Bolt, of Unionville Center, Ohio, and Zadia ordon of Plain City, Ohio, both 82. Rich Heads Jersey ASCS JERSEYVILLE - Jack W. Rich was reelecfed chairman of the Jersey County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service Committee for 19G4 at a rneeting of the delegates last week at the ASCS office on South State Street. Others elected were W. O. Seagraves, vice chairman; R. F. Haushalter, third member; Forrest, Duncan, first alternate, and Thomas B. Ryder, second alternate. The terms of the members run from Sept. 1, 1963 to July 31, 1934. The 1964 Community Committeemen were elected during meetings held earlier in each community. Members of the community committees, listed in the order of chairman, vice- chairman, third member; first alternate and second alternate are as follows: Elsah—Quarry, Forrest Duncan, Kenneth Croxford, Thomas O'Donnell, Maurice Legate and Howard Zim merman; English, Anthony(crett Jones, Leo Burns and My- Darr. Krueger, Joseph Tonsor, Albert Kalla, Kenneth Rice and Harold Downey; Fidelity, Edward Tonsor. F. Delbert Loy, Eldon Earl Moore, Hugh Moore Jr. and Earl Richey; Jersey, Ralph Downey, Robert Krueger. Joseph Brundies, Fred Schaaf and G. Ray Pearce; Mississippi, Glenn Fearno, H. Irwin Davis, Ernest Knnnllakan, Martin F. Walsh, and Harvey Croxford; Otter Crock, Stanley Fraley, Loyal Stamps, Glenn Osburn, Sherman Dabbs and Walter Klein; Piasa, Raymond Montague, Harold Scheffel, Martin Stahling, George W. Sewell, and Raymond Springman; Richwoods, Ernest Hagen, William D. Ringhausen, Hubert Shaw and Albert Mielke; Rosedale, Robert Crop- pel, Harry Healey, Mario Legate, Ernest Thompson and John Powers; Ruyle Township, Thomas B. Ruyle, L. O. Johnson, Ev- ron ______ BEIRUT—Much dissension is reported among Arab governments concerning Israeli relations. WE THINK OUR ICE CUBES ARE BETTER! TRY 'EM Your Beverages Will Look Better and Taste Better! Automatic Vendor* 24 HOURS HYNDMAN 9TH AND PIASA YOU'LL FIND ALL YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLY NEEDS AT 114 E. Broadway Phone 465-7756 GODWIN'S Alton's Commercial Stationer ONLY ADULTS WILL BE PERMITTED TO SEE...,— " 'REE, WHITE "and zr A. O. P. Starting WEDNESDAY TARLIGHT COI II l.t AVI Mil .U Kill ll'l Almost any furnace can keep you JV01Y...Enjoy Greater COMFORT, SAFETY and ECONOMY |MP ERIAL GAS FURNACE There is an IMPORTANT difference in gas furnaces. With G-E "Pin Point" heating you can "feel" the difference! Here's why: COMFORT Balanced heatl Consistent temperatures! The new G-E Furnace with the "Pin Point" cast iron heat exchanger gives you the finest in dependable heating comfort. Enjoy quiet heat without vibration ... no "snap, crack 'or pop". Enjoy clean heat without soot, dust or fumes. And the new G-E Imperial can be quickly and economically converted for whole house air conditioning, too. Ordinary Method B Pin Point Healing DEPENDABILITY Pon't Ut your h*at and futl dollar* go up th» chlmntyl Hundreds of pin polnti trap th« h«at from the flame, and twirl- Ing air drawi htat from pin point* for an ev»n flow of warm air, Mor« warm air flows through your homt, lei* up the chimney. EXCLUSIVE GENERAL ELECTRIC "PIN POINT" Hi AT EXCHANGER... G-E's exclusive "Pin Point" heat exchanger, 5 times thicker than conventional models, gives you a new dimension in quiet, evenly balanced heating comfort. Fully guaranteed for 10 years, both in parts and labor. And G-E'» 100% positive safety shut off gives you a new feeling of confidence. Swirling air passing over hundreds of "Pin Points* draws maximum heat from the G-E cast Iron heat exchanger for maximun heating economy ami efficiency. A G-E exclusive* ALTON BOTTLED GAS CO. HEATING AND AIR' CONDITIONING SPECIALISTS GODFREY ROAD "We Sell Comfort" PHONE 466-3461 HIRSCH & CO. SCHOOL SWEAT SHIRTS They're the latest, — the greatest! Sweat Shirts with your school name and emblem for girls as well as boys. Black only. Boys' sizes M-L. Men's sizes S-M-L. 198 |29 Men's Boys' Ladies' TENNIS SHOES Choose from wide selection of Canvas, Corduroy or Flannel for gym or back-to-school footwear. All with built-in arch- cushioned insole and pointed toe. Sizes 4 to 10. White or black. 1.99 - 2.99 Wkite GYM SHORTS Heavy white cotton percale with wide full elastic waist band. 100% cotton. Sanforized. Tailored for comfortable fit and rugged wear. Waist sizes 22 to 38. Some colored gym shorts at 98c. 89° ATHLETIC SUPPORTERS Worn in every sport. Designed for fit and comfort. Wide elastic waist band. Sizes: Boys' 1 size, Men's S-M-L. Men's and Beys' GYM SHOES Pick from either high top or low cut. All with arch support — cushioned insole — suctioned grip soles— boys' sizes 11 to 6. White or black. Men's sizes 6% to 12 white only. and Men's SWEAT SOCKS Wide variety of Sweat Socks in either all cotton or part wool. Some with cushioned insole. White only. Some with contrasting stripe tops. Sizes 10 to 13. Also stretch styles. 98« 39' „ WOOD RIVER HIGH BOY'S GYM SUITS White T-Shirt with maroon shorts contrasting members and letters. Sizes XS-S-M-L. Downtown Wood River and Wilshire Stores Only. 1. The answer to a mother's prayer. RANDY PEDICS THE ONLY CANVAS FOOTWEAR APPROVED BY THE NATIONAL FOOT HEALTH COUNCIL SPRING STEEL SHANK FOI SUBMIT RANDY PEDICS or* th* first canvM shoes to b* approved by th* Notional Foot H.alth Council. Th. RANDV PCDIC line oilers th* correct type ol Sn*oktr lor every activity lor the entire family. These sneakers are popularly priced, and are the only canvas footwear with leather shoe protection RANDY PEDICS feature a specially constructed reinforced counter . . Spring Steel Shank for Draper foot fix . a one-piece heel and arch for better loot comfort . . and or* available in narrow and medium widths in molt styles. BE SURE . . . Alb fv IANDY PEDICS by name) RANDY- PEDICS ACCKOVlOUr Illl NAIIONAL tOOl HtALIH COUNCIl Ladies' and Girls' Sizes . Men's and Boys' Sizes . 395 JJ85 BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALE ENDS TODAY! - BIG SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPT. Downtown Alton Monday and Friday 'til 9 p.m. Other Days 9 to 5 p.m. Alton Plaza Open Monday and Friday Mil 9. Other Days 9 to 5:30 North Alton Open Every Night 'til 9 p.m. Saturday 'til 5:30 Wilshire Village OPEN EVEKV NIGHT 'TIL 9 P.M. Downtown Wood River GI it'll Friday Night 'til 9. Other Days 'til 5:30

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