Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 35
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 35

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 19, 1963
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Section 4 Pages 3 5-44 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sportt * Classified Established January 15,1836. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Library to Start Series of Four Free Films Saturday "America's Williamsburg," in color will be the first of four free films shown at Alton's Hayner Public Library at noon on Saturday. Photographed against the background of famous Williamsburg buildings and gardens, the film takes the viewer on a tour of the colonial capital of Virginia. Other films shown will be — "Happy Holiday . . . Along the Potomac" a visit to Washington B.C., "Happy Holiday ... in the Land of Lincoln," a tour of Illinois, and "Kentucky — Vacation Womderland," all in color. "This is the beginning of our program of free films for adults and young adults," said David Earl Holt, librarian. "We plan to have a showing at the Hayner Library every third Saturday of the month at noon and we are hoping that the response, will be such that we can increase the number of showings from once to twice a month or more." Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE — Two area residents were admitted Wednesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and two patients were discharged. Admitted were: Mrs. Anna Hall, Rte. 1; Mrs. Rose Fravell, 721 Taylor. Discharged were: Leroy Bollinger, Rte. 4; Orville Kibikas, 505 N. Fillmore. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Gets $100,000 for Hotel Injuries CHICAGO (AP) — A jury has awarded $100,000 damages to a woman hit by a falling transom in the Morrison Hotel in downtown Chicago. Mrs. Marie Panepinto of suburban Franklin Park told a Superior Court jury the transom fell on her head Sept. 28, 1957, when she entered the hotel room. Since then, she testified, she has had continuous headaches, pain in her neck and shoulder, and has suffered permanent damage to her nervous system. Mrs. Panepinto asked for $200,000 damages. NAHA — Okinawa, using the U.S. dollar as her legal medium of exchange, is expected to move closer to world trading circles and raise her imports. WITH TIT aji&ue LOOK SKIRT SILHOUETTES , . , the wrap-nnd-tic waists are making fashion headlines this season. Newsworthy, too: the Flying Panel skirt 'n punts . . . the wrap skirts . . . and the fashion-wise flares! 7.98 to 14.08 S'T-R'E-T-C'H is the important news in pants this season. Our Wool Stretch I'ants with stirrup legs come in a wonderful variety of colors . . , anil they're perfect for "every-wear" . . . even to the ski slopes! 13.08. SENSATIONAL SWEATERS ... a spectacular array ... in solMs, tweeds stripeH and prints ... in so many styles (including V-necks and "shells") ... so many fibers . , . lush "Heaven Puff" and "Heaven Mist" . . . Glamora . . • Orion . . . Nub Tweed . . . Merino Wool ... all of them beautiful! 6.08 to 25.00. Myers Brothers 3rd Moor fashions Downtown Alton Indonesia Appologizes To Britain By TONY ESCCDA Associated Press Staff Writer JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) President Sukarno's government, under pressure from London and Washington, expressed regret today for the burning and looting of the British Embassy and other British property by an Indonesian mob. An uneasy calm prevailed in Jakarta. But British women and children started leaving Indonesia. School Closed The International School catering to children of foreign diplomats was closed for the day. A U.S. Embassy spokesman said the wives and children of Americans were advised to stay at home. Strong forces of Indonesian troops stood guard at various points, including British Ambassador Andrew G. Gilchrist's residence, the residential compound of the Shell Oil Co., and British homes which had been pillaged by rioters Wednesday. Troops appeared to have restored order after the rampage by more than 10,000 Indonesians protesting creation of the British sponsored, anti-Communist Federation of Malaysia. Two Asian statesmen—Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda of Japan and Foreign Minister Thanat Khoman of Thailand — offered peacemaking services. Ikeda, who is heading to Southeast Asia Monday, said in Tokyo he will try his "very best to facilitate a solution." In Bangkok, Khoman pledged Thailand will undertake "anything we can do" to solve the crisis. Apology President Sukarno's government issued a conciliatory statement deploring the mob violence, worst demonstration ever staged here against a foreign power. British Foreign Secretary Lord Home had denounced "such uncivilized behavior" and threatened to sever diplomatic relations unless assured British subjects and property would be protected. The Indonesian government statement was issued after U.S. Ambassador Howard P. Jones called on Sukarno with a message from Secretary of State Dean Rusk expressing the. U.S. government's concern over the rioting. Rusk voiced similar concern to Indonesian Ambassador Zairin Zain in Washington. The Indonesian statement said the government "certainly does not approve" of mob action and blamed the outburst in part on "the destruction of the Indonesian Embassy in Kuala Lumpur (capital of Malaysia)." That riot followed Monday's stoning of the British and Malaysian embassies in Jakarta. The Indonesian mob, screaming "Crush the British" and "Crush Malaysia," vented its fury against Britain's support of Malaysia, four-day-old nation formed in a federation of Malaya, Singapore and the British Borneo territories of Sarasvak and North Borneo. Sukarno opposed the federation on the ground it would perpetuate British colonialism in Southeast Asia. British officials believe, however, Sukarno is more interested in trying to take over Sarawak and North Borneo, Which share the island of Borneo with Indonesian territory. The Indonesian government said it had taken steps to prevent further violence. I In Kuala Lumpur, about 30 anti- Indonesian demonstrators seized the former Indonesian Embassy residence and threatened to burn themselves and the building if police tried to eject them. Protesting the Jakarta riots, they vowed to stay inside until Malayan diplomats returning from Jakarta were safely home. The Philippines, also opposes Malaysia because of some territorial claims on North Borneo but has not been as vocal in its opposition as Indonesia. Malaysia has broken relations with both Indonesia and the Philippines. BURN BRITISH PROPERTY Rioting Indonesians make bonfire with the belongings of British embassy personnel .outside their residence in Jakarta during Wednesday's demonstration against the Federation of Malaysia. (AP Wirephoto) Tot's Leg Broken Mike Wanted to Sing and Dance with First Graders Efforts of a small hoy of four to join in the singing and dancing of first and second graders resulted in a leg fracture Wednesday evening for Michael Walters. "Our own children and the neighborhood children were singing and dancing in the backyard and Michael stumbled over a brick," Mrs. Charles B. Walters ot 424 Bluff St., the boy's mother, said. "He's littler and I know he feels left out, so he was working harder than any of them," Mrs. Walters said. After the spill it was found at St. Joseph's Hospital that both bones in Michael's lower left leg had been fractured. James Wilson, America's first globe maker, lived to be 92. He spent his last years building a planetarium which, by cranking, showed the earth revolving around the sun. NICOSIA — Consumer goods are due for tax hike in Cyprus. Fired Teacher Hired By Military Academy BARNESVILLE, Ga. (AP)— Remember the English teacher who was fired because he assigned his pupils to road John Hersey'n novel, "A Bell For Adano"? He's got a new job. Gordon Military College In Barnesville announced it has hired the teacher, 30-year-old Frederick W. Adams of Seneca, S.C. Adams was fired by Stephens County High School at Eastonalle, Ga., last January after parents protested Hersey's pulitizer Prize- winning novel contained passages that were obscene. The state school board reinstated Adams. Some 100,000 visitors usually browse at the annual Boardwalk Art Show at Virginia Beach, Va. Art from some 250 painters are displayed for six blocks against a background of sand and surf. CELEBRATING OUR Superior Carpet Company | 2m Anniversary 5 ™ 4 SALE For Example: If you need 25 yards of carpet you pay for only 20 yards. YOU GET 5 YDS. FREE! THRIFTY SHOPPERS ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE AND SOME STOCKS ARE GONE - Be An "Early Bird" Shopper for best choice of patterns. 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