Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 23, 1963 · Page 9
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September 23, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NtNE Abdullah Sallnl Flies to Cairo CAIRO (AP)-Ailing l^resident Abdullah Sallal of Yemen flew home today to attend the first anniversary celebration of his revolution after being under medical care for 45 days In Egyptian hospitals. ., Official medical, tepofte say Sallal is suffering' feck fen fo- testinal ulcer. PARIS - A French pollster will check tfe-Gttulle's popularity Hartford Woman Hurt In Trash Fire Flash At all THRIFTY DRUG STORES SQUMPK1N A 66-pound cross between a turbin squash and a pumpkin grew in a field owned by Bob Fore of Grafton, after Fore planted a row of pumpkins near the squash. The resulting Squmpkin is shown by Cheri Rousseau, while her sister, Kathy, exhibits a turbin squash Of average size. Children are daughters of Mrs. Pore. Fire Damages Tavern, Cafe at Carrollton CARROLLTON — Fire caused when fumes from a gas heater ignited, caused heavy damage to the Levee Tavern and an adjoining restaurant here near the GM tracks Sunday at 3 p.m. Firemen said the blaze broke out while Mrs. Katie Wright, restaurant operator, was cleaning the establishment. The interior of the restaurant was gutted, firemen reported, and the roof of the tavern, owned by Joseph and Thomas Cronin, was heavily damaged. The tavern equipment was also damaged by water ,firemen .said. Firemen battled the blaze for nearly two hours before bringing it under control. Both buildings were owned by the Cronins. Damage was es- *********************** ALTON REFRIGERATION THROUGH PEOPLE WHO GET THE 1SEAU P6AL IN TOWN ! 6IAHT K-IbJUB! The only way to prove that is to come in yourself. Check quality— features - price. Check services*, too! We deliver - We service! FRIGIDAIRE THE "ACTION" WASHER • Scales automatically • Fresh, running water rinses • Automatic lint disposal WDA-63 WITH TRADE Easy firms, LOOK FOR RED TAGS ON DISPLAY MODEL FRIGIDAIRE CLOSE-OUTS SUPPLY LIMITIP SEE THEM TODAY •WASHERS «GAS & ELECTRIC DRYERS •REFRIGERATORS •RANGES timated at several thousand dollars. Honor Officers Of Wood River Gaspar Shrine '•: ''• i *•. , ' WOOD RIVER — More than 200 members and guests attended the Saturday meeting of Gaspar Shrine, when officers of the chapter were entertained at the annua "M Officeic's Parry." The honorees were presented gifts in Ceremonies conducted by Mrs. Henrj^Vandervord, worthy high priestesi:> and Moody Jen kins t "Tvatchttiiin>;of shepherds. Mrst Vandervord announced 8 public chicken and dumpling dinner will be served Oct. 5 at the Masonic Temple, with serving from 4 to 7:30 p.m. A country store will be held in conjunction with the dinner. Past officers and charter members will be honored at the Oct. 19 meeting. Moose Lodge Scrapbook , Tops in State WOOD RIVER — The, press and scrap book of the Moose Lodge, compiled by Duke Dudley who also served as publicity chairman, was awarded first place in state competition at the Illinois Moose Association convention in Peoria; Friday through ^Sunday. This year's win marked the third consevutive year the local lodge has won the "state championship in the press book contest. Dudley has served as publicity chairman each of the three years-. Second place- was awarded to the Forest Park lodge, and third to Edwardsville. William Smith and AMn Barr of the local lodge;' Frank Patschall and Frank Wendal),. Alton lodge, received the fellowship degree in convention ceremonies. James Crouch, Wood River lodge executive secretary, was elected district 10 vice president. William Rickert was elected deputy supreme governor of Southern Illinois for a second term. Large delegations of the Wood River and Alton Moose lodges were in attendance. * * * * * * * * * * * BUY WITH CONFIDENCE... FROM YOUR AUTHORIZED Frijidaire Service ind Silei teller Open Mon. ft Frl Nltes Till 9 p.m. * * Men. & Till 9 p.m * * * * * HLTDn REFRIDERRTIDn * * * * * * "Authorized Prigidaiie Sales and Service" 600 E. BROADWAY "JUST ACROSS PROM QERMANIA" 418-7721 *********************** Mrs. Arms Leei Hart, 38, of 141 West WatkttW, Hartford, suffered bums about the face and chest at her home Saturday when she apparently thtew gas on burning tfash and the fire blew back and burtied he* body. Mrs. Hart was taken to W o o d River Township Hospital and later transferred to Barnes Hospital In St. Louis where her condi- lon was said to be serious Saturday. Her condition today was listed as satisfactory. Others treated In emergency room at Wood River Hospital dur- ng the weekend and discharged were: Donna Marie Carroll, 2, of 358 George St., East Alton, for injilr- es suffered when she ran into A stopped auto in front of her home. She suffered possible chest, skull and toe injuries. Earl Chester Champlin, 13, of 912 Willard, Alton, for injuries incurred when he fell over a wire while playing badminton when at' ending a wedding reception at the home of Henry Jones on Gary avenue. Kimberly -K. Baldwin, 18- months, of 405 Ohio St., East Alan, for treatment of a left eye In- lury. The tot was injured when ie fell against a screen door and the wire stuck his eye. Donald Eugene Custer, St., 7, of ? Hawthorne Place, Hartford, for a dog bite to his left thigh, and Richard Llyod Kroeger, 11, 1441 Ladd, Wood River, for a dog bite. Break-In Reported EAST ALTON - A break-in at the East Alton News Service, 152 Main St., was reported Saturday at 10:38 p.m. by Officer James Billingsley. The owner Of the building said that nothing was missing. Pry marks were found on the rear door which was open. An PEG Chapter Plans Benefit Bake Sale WOOD RIVER - P.E.O. Chapter FC will sponsor a bake sale at 5? Ferguson Ave. In downtown Wood River Friday from 9 a.m. throughout the day. Mrs. Jack Harmon and Mrs, Glenn De Atley, sales co-chairmen, report all profits of the affairs will be used in benefit of the Madison County Historical Society. Minor Collision WOOD RIVER - A 16 year-old Wood River girl ran her automobile into a parked car on Dulaney Avenue Saturday afternoon when she attempted to grab some soda bottles that fell off her car's front seat, police reported. Miss Diana L. Cortoin, 631 Matt- rice St., escaped injury in the col- Ision. Miss Corbln's car was traveling south on Dulaney Avenue when it crossed to the east side of the street and struck the parked car owned by Wayne Baxter, 800 Ae- tj/n Ave., WoodRlver. area resident reported seeing a man and woman In a parked car near the building at 9:45 p.m. Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors-Available Now Without Prescription Stops Attacks in Minutes ... Relief Lasts for Hours! -Th« Mthttia N*w Y«»k, N. Y. formula proscribed mor« than any other by doctor* for their private patient* it now available to aithma sufferers without preicription. Medical tests proved this formula •topi asthma attacks in minutes and gives hours of freedom from recurrence of painful asthma spasms. This formula is so effective that It is the physician's leading asthma prescription—so safe when used at directed that now it can be told — Without preicription in most states -In tiny tablets called Primattno*. 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