Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 13, 1963 · Page 11
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September 13, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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KK1DAY, SEF i'EMBER 13, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN Popular Crewel 654 Sewer, Water Tap On Fees Increased JERSEYVILLE —The Jersey-1 from $25 to $30. Also passed was ville City Council Tuesday even-| an ordinance providing for the ing passed' an ordinance raising i annual levy to cover expenditures tho amount of deposit required for water or sewer lapon fees for lhp TOmin R -V ear ' In other ad ion the council ap proved payment of $75 to S. L. Simms for crop damage incurred through the city water project; voted to pay C. H. Grabhe the sum of $43.82 spent for stamps nnd supplies for two years as member of the City P 1 a n n i n i? Commission and accepted the bid I offered by Mundy Lumber and I Supply Co. for two 16 ft. 10 guaga ruivrHs. 6 feet in diameter on Walnut Street in the amount of Hearing Set For Christine October 1 LONDON (AP>— Christine Kee ler was told today to appear Oct. 2 for a hearing on charges of per jury and justice. conspiracy to obstruct! $717.4 The Council accepted the resig „. . . ... . . . i nation of Robert Giedhill from the The hearing will determine! „ . _ , . . . ... .. .. . , , .! Zoning Board of Appeals. whether the red-hairal central- figure in the government sex! Bids are hei "g asked for on a scandal and three codelendants " cw P° lice car - a 196 ° Chevrolet to be traded in on the deal. Bids WUfi* must stand trial. The 21-year-old Christine', whose ! affair with ex-War Minister John will be opened at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 8 in the office of the City Clerk. 'rofumo led to a still unresolved j government scandal, is accused; Traffic Bureau Chief embroidery—' u '" 1 " 1IW o( h('r persons of seek chaini'" B lo sllhwrt •' llstk ' 1 ' in tho « lsn | Gets Overdue Notice i of her ex-lover, Aloysius (Lucky n (Cordon, a Jamaican. i DENVER, Colo. (API — Orville Gordon, a Negro jazz singer. iHolhen rushed to pay $12 for three as wall hanging i was sentenced to three years in'overtime parking tickets and late transfer 'l2-'inch'i P rison Juno 7 ;il1or Christine test-:penalties after getting a warning cipal Court. Knjoy crewel mainly single, mil Mm stitch in soft-hued wools. Quaint crewel embroidery— most popular now! Use on pillows, footstool, square: 7''i.x'l2 oval' "'""'I in'ed he beat her up. The sentence! from the city Thursday. Thirty-five cents in coins for' was voided seven weeks later oti| Holben is director of the traffic this pattern — add If) cents for!" 11 ' basis of new and undisclosed violations bureau of Denver Muni each pattern tor first-class mail-' evidence, ing and special handling. Send! to Laura Wheeler, care of Alton | Telegraph Mi, Needlecraft Dppt.,j P.O. Box 161. Old Chelsea Sta-j tion, New York 11, N. Y. Print! plainly Pattern Number, Name, i Address and /one. ; Biggest Bargain in Needlecraft; History! New 1964 Needlecraft j Catalog has over 20(1 designs,; costs only 25 cents'. A "must" if you knit, crochet, sew, weave, embroider, quilt, smock, do 1 crewelwork. Hurry, send 25 j cents right now. Edwardsville Laborers Will Vote on New Pact EDWARDSVILLE — Laborers* for the first year and a $50 per Local 179, representing approxi-1 month wage hike the second year. Simple Yet Superb PRINTED PATTERN mately 16 city employes, will vote Monday on a two-year con- Employes of the street, water, tract proposed by the city. The | sewer and garbage departments, new proposal offers employes a j represented by the union, are $7 per month increase the firstipaid on a monthly basis. year and a $6 per month hike the second year. However union representatives proposed a contract with the city The existing contract between the city and union expires Oct. 1. A negotiation session between union representatives and city calling for a $65 per month raise i officials is set for Wednesday. Saved Interest Payment on Airport Truck Made 6 Months in Advance BETHALTO — Making the sec- al Airports Conference will be ond payment of $7,672 on the air- held in Norman, Okla., Oct. 8-10. port crash truck six months in ad- He said the meeting is a work- vance. Civic Memorial Airport (ing conference- where the latest Authority has saved the interest j information on airport manap;e- that would have been added ifjmont is discussed. Rook said the the payment were made at the proper time, March 12, 1964. The authority paid one - third of the total cost when the truck was delivered last March, and was to make the second payment one year from date of delivery find the final payment two years from the delivery date. It was pointed out al Thursday night's airport authority meeting the body will save by not having to pay interest on the load for six months. Total cost of the truck is $22,800. Richard Rook, chairman of the authority, announced the Nation- BethaltoPTA Nets $338 at Homecoming c? BETHALTO - The Bethalto Grade 'School PTA cleared $338 from the foodstand at the village homecoming, it was announced at the meeting Thursday night. Faculty members were introduced to the PTA members by Kermit L. Harden, superintendent of schools. A certificate of appreciation was presented to Joe Higgins, principal of the school, for maintaining standards of the state. The certificate was presented by Harden for the state superintendent of public instruction. Mrs. Grady Hausenfluck, new director of Alton Children's Theater, spoke to the group about dramatics and education. Approval was given to increase delegate expenses to $75 for those attending the state PTA convention in Chicago in the spring. It was announced the PTA will have a chili supper later in the school year. board will determine later if a representative will attend the conference. Truman May of the Madison County Farm Bureau will meet with the board next week to dis- cucs soil tests and farming activities on the airport property, Rook announced. GOP Governors Open Meeting In Denver DENVER (AP) — Republican governors of the nation, including at least two possible candidates for the presidential nomination, began moving into Denver today to perfect an organization to help unseat President Kennedy. Twelve of the 1.6 GOP governors, including Nelson Rockefeller of New York and William Scranton of Pennsylvania, indicated they will be present. An informal gel-together will be held at the Colorado governor's mansion tonight. Gov. George Romney of Michigan, frequently mentioned as a presidential possibility, will not be present, but will send a representative. Gov. Paul Fannin of Arizona, who supports Sen. Barry Goldwater for the GOP presidential nomination, will be on hand. He told reporters he does not see how the Arizona senator now can avoid going after the GOP nomination. The chairman of the informal governors group, Robert E. Smylie of Idaho, made it clear that the governors— as an organization — will refrain from taking any position on candidates for the nomination. But he said any governor is free to take any individual position he wishes. BELTLINE INJURY Mrs. Ida Page of Godfrey on stretcher injured in this Beltline-Washington Avenue crash Thursday night was rushed to Alton Memorial Hospital for emergency treatment, then was transferred to Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Aged Woman Injured in Auto Crash Mrs. Ida Page, 82, of Godfrey, was injured in an automobile crash at the Beltline and Washington Avenue Thursday night. Mrs. Page was treated at Alton Memorial Hospital for a right wrist injury, a chin laceration and a back and possible internal injuries. Later she was admitted to the chest service division of Barnes Hospital where this morning she was reported by a staff doctor as doing "fairly well." A police report indicates that Mrs. Page was a passenger in an auto driven by Charles F. Brown of the same address in Godfrey. Brown was traveling west on the Beltline and started to turn south onto Washington when he and an eastbound car on the Belt- line driven by Robert R. Smiley, Sen. Engel Suffering From Tumor SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Two California newspapers said today that Sen. Clair Engle, D-Calif., is suffering from a brain tumor that 'ias left him partially paralyzed and unable to talk. The Los Angeles Times said that doctors "are fighting to save 28, 212 James St., Bethalto, collided. Smiley was subsequently charged with a traffic violation. Ills life" and that the senator may never be able to speak or move normally. The paper said tho tumor, discovered during brain surgery three weeks ago, is unop- erable. I He is described as paralyzed in the right leg and arm while the left side is normal. The San Francisco Chronicle quoted authoritative sources as saying that the condition of the 51- year-old senator is regarded as grave. The Times says a source very close to Engle believes he will not be able to seek a second term. Speaker Denounces Mrs. Nhu By BORIS BOSKOV1C BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (AP) — A Ceylonese delegate today challenged Mrs. Ngo Dinh Nhu's version of the Buddhist crisis in South Viet Nam. He called their treatment by President Ngo Dinh Diem's government a "serious violation of human rights and a threat to world peace." Maithripala Senanayeke, chief Ceylonese delegate to the 61-nation interparliamentary union, was replying to Mrs. Nhu's denial that there was any persecution of Buddhists in Viet Nam. "Would Madame Nhu's government permit an impartial inquiry through the medium of the United Nations so that the truth might be known to the world?" he asked. The dynamic first lady of South Viet Nam, unable to answer from the floor because of conference rules, scheduled a news conference for Saturday to answer. The Ceylonese said the situation in South Viet Nam could give rise to religious strife throughout Asia. "Madame Nhu said," commented the Ceylonese, "that the people of Viet Nam wanted to live as Vietnamese. But all that the Buddhists asked in Viet Nam was to be allowed to live and worship as free Buddhists. "Can they enjoy that democracy she said was being set up?" FALL HAT SALE Marge GoJich's Originals TRINITY CHAPEL State & Mildred Sts. Sat., Sept. 14th 1:80 P.M. to 5 P.M. WILSHIRE CARD & GIFT SHOP Wilshire Village Shopping Center CHICKEN DINNER Saturday, Sept. 14th 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. Adults $1.00, Children 50e WOOD RIVER FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES No. 2773 6th & Ferguson, Wood River Fall's supple crepes and sheer wools call for a two-piecer lovely as this—your social life demands it! Scarf-tied collar is flattering. Printed Pattern 4737: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 16 requires 3% yards 39-inch fabric. Fifty cents in coins for this pattern — add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Sepd to Anne Adams, care of the Alton Telegraph, 177, Pattern Dept., 243 W. J7th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Size, and Style Number. Pattern Free! Mail coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now! Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. Lodges FOCAHONTAS Mrs. Frank McElrath, District Five deputy 'of the Degree of Pocahontas, and Mrs. Alvin Kassing of Lillmaee Council attended the meeting of Chenowee Council in Witt last night, Mrs. McElrath presented a gift to the Witt group before her retirement from office. OUTSTANDING Selection of FALL and WINTER DRESSY DRESSES by 8. HOWARD HIBSH AT PAULENE'S FASHION Monticello Plow Early American... For a Long Life of Charm and Warmth For Your Home Decoration KRQEHLER COLLECTION Buoyant Foam Cushions for Relaxing Comfort! 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