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PAGE TWENTY-TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1963 Do ft /<Wf Was His KANK— -Thr nrxt timr a dog attempts In makr ;i pigfon onl of one (»f his chickens, Chester Hay will uo along with *hr idea. Wednesday, when a do.u sei/rd a rhicken in Rav's chicken yard, Ray rushed lo (he rescue and was hi! ten twice nil a teg and once on a hand. Ray was (rented at /Jersey Community Hospital. Still Serve the Stntp HKNVER (AP> — C'ov. John i/\. Love, Colorado's Repnhlicnn chief executive, appointed six former governors (o a committee of ind to study local government. One was Steve McNichols, t h e (Vive your expandable blood to Democrat he rlefeaterl in Novem- :ave an nnexpendable American, her. State Won't Reverse Irish Inn Decision NEW BORG-WARNER GAS FIRED FURNACES Now you can enjoy more heating comfort, more economically —with a Borg-Warner Gas Fired Warm Air Furnace. Just dial the temperature you want, and fill your home with springtime comfort! And gas heat is clean heat... no smoke, no grime, no grit. Call today 'for a FREE ESTIMATE on your heating requirements—plus complete facts on our Budget Plan, with low monthly payments. NOW'S THE TIME TO CONVERT TO GAS HEAT! BORG-WARNER GODFREY, ILL. BUILDING? REMODELING? SEE US FOR EVERYTHING YOU'LL NEED! FREE ESTIMATES! OPEN EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 9 P.M. LUHIERHARDWARE SMtlNGMAN ,LIEP PRODUCTS Phone 466-3431 H *+ H KmYARDSVILLE -- The Illinois Stair Liquor Control Commission has donird an appeal of Mrs. Ludie Shastid, proprietor ol the Irish Inn Tavern, whoso county liquor permit was revok- (•(1 for illegal sale of liquor to minors. A decision of the state commission was announced Thursday in in letter to county liquor commissioner Harold Landolt, who had entered an order for revocation o! the liquor license at the tavern on Choute.au Slough Road. Sheriff's Investigator Louis Bowman of Alton testified before the liquor commission at Springfield that three Roxana teenagers identified Mrs. Shastid, the tavern proprietor, as the person who sold them liquor on two scp- j arate occasions. j Bowman told members of thej liquor control commission at the [hearing that he took the youths in his car to the inn near the end of May. He called Mrs. Sha.s- 1 tid out and the youths identified her as the one who sold them beer. Landolt ordered the license revoked after the three Roxana ; High School sophomores testified at a "show cause" hearing that Mothers Club Opens Season At Fosterburg FOSTERBURG — Mrs. William Gabriel began her term as pres ! 'dent of the Fosterburg Mothers Club with opening of the organi nation's activities for the year Wednesday night at the school. Principal Charles Rayburn outlined for the mothers the routines and operations of the school, then conducted a question and answer period. Beginning their duties for the year, besides Mrs. Gabriel were: Mrs. John Duvall, vice president; Mrs. Harbey Lyerla, secretary; Mrs. Allen Fields, hospitality; Mrs. Ralph Porter, ways and means; Mrs. Oscar Reed, membership; Mrs. Charles Murphy, program; and Mrs. Robert Tarrant, welfare; Mrs. Eldon Sel- heim, publicity. Fire School At Brighton BRIGHTON — A preliminary session of a fire fighting school scheduled for Brighton volunteer firemen was staged Thursday night at the village hall. The session was conducted by W. J. Eckert of University of Illinois extension service, who will conduct the regular school sessions on five successive Tuesday nights, starting Sept. 17, George Tuey, secretary of the two Brighton volunteer fire departments. RUHR Truck in River To Avoid Collision BEACON FALLS. Conn. (AP)— The driver had a choice. He could lot his 14-ton truck ram a con- thpy bought beer and liquor at|vortiblo carrying three children or the tavern. I ho could drive it into the Nauga- Mrs. Shastid was fined $75 by; a jury of five men and a woman here three months ago for the sale of beer and wine to a Granite City High School teenager on February 22. tuck River. So Henry D. Murray, 46, of Baltimore, Md., drove into the river Thursday. His tractor-trailer was heavily damaged, police said, but Murray escaped with cuts and bruises. "If I hadn't swerved," he said, "I might have killed them all." A front tire on the convertible driven by Patricia Picanso, 19, of Naugatuck, blew out. The car veered from the right to the left lane of the highway, which parallels the river, just as Murray was passing. Congress is considering legislation that would place about 50 million acres — already under federal jurisdiction — in a far- flung wilderness system. 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