Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 20, 1963 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Friday, September 20, 1963
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THUEB Ostendorf Succeeds Hambleton as UF President Mel Price To Austria For Confab Rep. Melvln Price (D-East St. Louis) was among three members of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy who departed from Washington Wednesday f o r Vienna. He will serve as Congressional Advisors to the U. S. delegation to the Seventh 'General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency. The others were Reps. Chet Holifield, Dem., Calif., and Craig Hosmer, Rep., Calif. Enroute to Vienna the group will join Dr. Glen Seaborg, Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, at Copenhagen for a visit to the Danish Atomic Energy site at Riso, and will accompany Dr. Seaborg to Belgrade to open a U.S. "Atoms at Work" exhibit. The return day. Congressional group will to Washington next Tues- Motorcyclist Is Hurled 74 Feet An Alton motorcycle rider was reported in critical condition today after he was thrown 74 feet and his motorcycle traveled 204 feet after he hit a parked camper pickup truck early this morning. Robert L. Tucker, 25, of, 1011 E. 4th St., was riding west on E. 4th St. about 12:47 a.m. when it struck the truck parked at 1312 E. 4th St. Tucker suffered a compound fracture of the right leg, a broken right arm and deep lacerations to his forehead, police said. Police found Tucker lying face down in the street. His motorcycle was found at the southwest curb of E. 4th and Monument Streets, police said. The truck is owned by Ernest J. Webb 1310 4th St. It was damaged about the left rear fender and body. Tucker was eph's Hospital lance. taken to St. Jos- by Burke Ambu- Police Arrest 2 Motorists For Speeding Two motorists were arrested for speeding Thursday flight by Alton police. Willard Casey, 33, of 942 Tre mont was fined $10 and costs this morning on a charge of speeding on 20th St. at 11:15 p.m. Thurs day. John K. Fraser, 51, a tavern owner, Rte. 3, Godfrey, was ar rested Thursday night for speed ing in a 45-mile per hour zone on the belt highway. He was fined $10 and costs this morning on the charge in the court of Police Magistrate George Roberts. 4 Dentists Talk To AHS Girls on Care of Teeth Four Alton Dentists talked to four girl's Health classes at Alton Senior High School Thursday emphasizing the importance of prevention in taking care of teeth. The dentists, Drs. Ralph Baahl- mann, Joe, Emons, Henry Elsbach and John Klockenkemper also emphasized the importance of parents caring for children's deciduous teeth so that permanent teeth will come in proper- Urges Urban Renewal Officials to Work for More Favorable Image SPRINGFIELD, HI. (AP) - Urban renewal officials of Illinois have been urged by a federal housing administrator to work for a more favorable community image of their work. Fred A. Forbes, assistant administrator of the Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency, suggested Thursday to members of redevelopment authorities that they strive to offset criticism of renewal programs forcing the poor from their dwellings. "Follow up on people relocated and shosv communities the kind of better housing these people now are living in,' Forbes told members of the Illinois Association ol Redevelopment Authorities. Forbes said that "urban renewal with all its shortcomings has been the one public program that has done something for the living standards of most of the people it has dealt with." The association elected as its president David Morgan of Granite City, succeeding the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Thomas Driscoll of East St. Louis. Also elected were a vice president, John Murphy of Joliet, and a secretary-treasurer, Donald Davis of Decatur. Jack Smith of Blu Fountain to Attend Institute Jack C. Smith of Blu Fountain Manor will attend the 15th annual Institute for minstrators Nursing Home Ad- Sunday through RECEIVES AWARD Henry Saenz, left, a member of the Alton Exchange Club receives a gold wrist watch as a National Membership award from John Kassly, Illinois Exchange Club District Governor, Thursday night at the Mineral Springs Hotel. Fined $10 After Rear-Front Crash A Wood River youth was fined $10 and costs this morning for a traffic violation in Alton Thursday when his car struck the rear of another car on East Broadway. Robert D. Paolo, 19, of 698 Wednesday sponsored by the University of Illinois. The meetings will be held at the Allerton House in Monticello which is located near Champaign. Health Compels Former Head to Resign from Job Virgil Ostendorf, employed in ployed at Owens-Illinois for more Maurice St., entered a plea of guilty in the court of Police Magistrate George Roberts. The other car driven by Lula Sowers, 39, of 106 Belle St., had apparently sfowed to park, police said. Both cars were headed east when the accident happened. The Sowers car was damaged about the left rear fender, police said. i Both drivers' escaped injury. They pointed out that people should use straight tooth brushes and gave directions on proper use of tooth brushes. The importance of a well-balanced diet with a minimum of carbohydrates and sweets was also stressed. It was pointed out that they are converted by saliva to acids which help in forming cavities. Need for carying for permanent teeth to avoid eventual need for dentures was also pointed out by the dentists. The four classes are taught by Miss Julia Foster. Bumped by Car, Boy's Arm Cut An Alton high school student, Greg Chambers, 16, suffered a cut wrist and forearm when bumped by a car Thursday aS he was crossing College Avenue near the school. The car, driven by Larry Orris, 16, of 705 Douglas, had stopped to let out a-passenger and apparently started up without seeing the pedestrian, police said. Chambers lived at 2917 Buena Vista. He was treated at Alton Memorial Hospital and released. Three Area Driver Permits Suspended An Alton and two Edwardsville motorists had drivers licenses suspended, Charles F. Carpentier, Illinois secretary of state said tod^y. A three-month's license suspension was invoked against Buiiis L. Morris, 2702 Residence St., after he was convicted of driving while intoxicated, Carpenteir said, David M. Henry, 512 N. Buch anan, Edwardsville had his license suspended for two months and William f A. Mugler, Rte. 1, Edwardsville had his license su spended for three months after they were convicted of three traffic offenses in one year, Carpen tier said. V Princess Anne Begins Life as Schoolgirl LONDON (AP)—Princess Anne 13 years old and a bis; girl for her ape, cast off the royal apron strings today and became an English school girl. Queer. Elizabeth it brought the princess on the overnight train from Scotland to see her settled in at Benenden, an expensive girl's school 20 miles from London. the Central Mold Shops of Owens- Illinois Glass Co., was elected president of .the United Fund Thursday, succeeding William Hambleton. Ostendorf was elected by the board of directors at a meeting at Union Electric Co. following Hambleton's resignation. Hambleton, former business representative of the Machinists Union, resigned because of failing health and because of his frequent absences from the city, he told the board. Hambleton said he would remain an active member of the board, but said he should resign "because the president should be representing the Fund at the many functions coming up and I won't be able to." Ostendorf was one of the three vice presidents for the Fund and was co-chairman last year. Em- than 25 years, Ostendorf is past president of American Flint Glass- workers Union, Local 43, and was financial secretary of that local for nine years. Thomas W. Butler, secretary- general manager of Alton District Manufacturers Assn., paid tribute to Hambleton for assisting in organizing the United Fund. Buddy Davis, the Fund's first- year president and a representative of the United Steelworkers, said Hambleton was "one of the few who dreamed up the idea of the United Fund and gave many months of work toward it." Hambleton told the board that one of the developments that made him proudest was the fact that more than 2,000 workers took part in last year's campaign. The board also heard a report j of the operating fund. OSlENDORF of progress from Campaign Chairman Edward P. Foeller and discussed a situation presented by the Wood River Volunteer Emergency Corp. The Wood River group has said it wanted to keep gifts made to them for their services in standing by at local drag races put into a capital improvement fund. However, the board decided to stand by its rules which requrcs all receipts to be reported as part Seeds That Pop Up On The Double Discovered During Space Studies PENNEY'S 1 ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY SATURDAY BARGAINS! PENNEY'S NEEDLE 'N THREAD FABRICS ASSORTED SIZES 'N COLORS ZIPPERS 3*1" 2 <• 10' AIR CONDITIONERS REDUCED 2—6000 BTU... 122.00 3—8100 BTU... 152.00 3—10,000 BTU.... 165.00 2 SIZES! PLASTIC Seeds that germinate and mature in half the time required for regular seeds are a by-product of he study of space travel and rad- ation on living cells. Such seeds, once perfected, could help solve the world's food problem by providing two or more crops a year in the world's temperate zones, Dr. Alfred W. Richardson, St. Louis University DuPONT PAINTS BUILD. BETTER WITH DRY LUMBER PREHUNG ALUMINUM COMBINATION DOOR FULL 1" THICK COMPLETELY WEATHERSTRIPPED DELUXE HARDWARE SAG PROOF CONST. PICTURE WINDOW BEAUTY 2-8x6-8 AND 3-0x6-8 ALUMINUM COMBINATION STORM WINDOW • TRIPLE TRACK • WEATHERSTRIPPED • CUSTOMIZED FIT • UP TO 101 UNITED INCHES physiologist, told a Telegraph reporter at the Midwest Space Conference at Marquette State Park Lodge Thursday. Seeds exposed to radar waves and microwaves of intense fre- space and space travel. The effects were noted in of the radiation efforts to develop TABLECLOTHS 99' 3 88 Electric Blanket 9°° 3'/4 IBS.! SOLID AND PLAID BLANKET TWIN SIZE! 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Dr. Richardson said there is reason to assume that seeds scientifically treated ' to develop fast may provide the world's food in the future. "Right now, it would | be too expensive," he said. Dr. Richardson said discovery of the'effect of radar and microwaves on seed germination and development, thus far, is strictly a by-product of the whole study of small colony of men so all food required on a moon station or 'by human beings on the moon would not have to be transported from the earth. BUNIONS Get this quick relief. Lifts shoe pressure, soothes and cushions the sensitive spot. Ask for the Bunion size. J-' Scholls lino-pads Von'taskaChef WE'VE MOVED OUR NEW ADDRESS HARVEY ELECTRIC 561 Sullivan Avenue, Rosewood Heights Your Key Dealer For RCA VICTOR RCA WHIRLPOOL Can't find us, Call us 259-1542 Good watches deserve expert core/f All others need it! The nor* expenilv* your watch, the mar* It n«»d> the attention of exports. 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