Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 23, 1963 · Page 13
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September 23, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Section 2 Pages 13-22 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport Classified Amusement* Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Wheat Sale Flayed by Douglas NEOGA, HI. (AP) - Sen. Paul H. Douglas, D-I11., says Canada's sale of wheat and flour to Russia follows Communist doctrine and is a direct blow to American foreign policy. The senator's remarks came Saturday after the announcement that the Russian government had negotiated the purchase of $50C million worth of wheat and flour from the Canadian government. The Russian purchase indicates not only bad crop conditions but a breakdown in the Russian system, Douglas observed. The senator's statements were made in Neoga during the dedication of a new post office. He told a reporter, "It's unfortunate that the free nations don't stick together." The former University of Chicago economics professor said, "Ir was their (the Communist's) contention that there was not enough unity among the capitalist countries and that this lack of unity would allow the Communist to play one off against the other." Earlier Douglas appeared with Orville Freeman, the agriculture secretary, at nearby Vandalia to attend the National Plowing Contest. In response to the agriculture secretary's question about 60 persons raised their hands indicating they favored the sale of U.S. wheat to Russia. Less than 10 persons in the crowd estimated at 3,500 raised their hands to indicate disapproval. Club Women Of Jersey Open Season JERSEYVILLE — The Jerseyville Woman's Club opened its 1963-64 year at a luncheon Thursday at the First Baptist Church with 67 members and guests present. Mrs. Lindell Walkington, first vice president, presided at the meeting in the absence of Miss Celia Sinclair, president. She introduced the past presidents, charter members, officers and chairmen of the dep^rtmeajgand committees. Recognition was also given to Mrs., B. H. Bowen, "Mother" of the club, who will mark her 97th birthday next month. Mrs. Stephen Charow, membership chairman, introduced the new members who were Mrs. Thomas Holzberlein and Mrs. Dorothy A. Bradley of Principal Mrs. Edward Weigler and Mrs. John J. Lennon of Jerseyville. Recognitio n was also given to five local club members who are on the 20th District Board. They are: Mrs. Thomas Martin, president; Mrs. M. B. Peirson, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Clarence Schmidt, education chairman; Mrs. Lee Nail, credention- als and elections, and Mrs. Sam Stephenson, auditing. Mrs. Marcus J. Ryan was given special recognition for outstanding work in club and community efforts both locally and in the district. Miss Nancy Cope gave two vocal numbers accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Aron Cope. Mrs. James Seagraves of Belleville, first vice president of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, was guest speaker. She reminded the group that the Jerseyville club is part of the 70,000 women in the State of Illinois wprjdng for the betterment of the community In which they live and that there are 11 million women in the General Federation which includes 53 countries. Mrs. Prentiss D. Chaney was chairmen of the hostess committee tor the initial club meeting. SW BANDSMEN Three Alton students were among regulars reporting for the week - long rehearsal-of SIU Carbondale's 120-man Marching Salultis. From left are Dave Carter, Mike Scroggins, Kenneth Wille (Granite City) and Tom Wyatt. The band has discarded military uniforms and martial music in favor of colorful dinner jackets, Homburg hats and jazz- type scores. CAP Calls Off Search for Missing Pilot MARION, '111. (AP) — After failing to find a trace of a missing Illinois flyer, the Civil Air Patrol said Sunday it was calling off an area-wide search. Maj. Rex Presson, of Marion, 111., said the patrol sent over 40 flights searching from Cairo to East St. Louis, 111., in an attempt to find John Garrett, 40, of Fairview. Garrett, the CAP official said, has been reported missing since last Tuesday. He reportedly took off in a small private plane from the Collinsville, HI., airport on Sept. 14. His wife reported him missing last Tuesday. Presson .said Garrett was re- portedly seen in Union City, Tenn., on the night of his flight. 38 YEARS AS AGENT Madison County Mutual AUTO INSURANCE CO, STANKA GARAGE State Street North Alton Dial 465-8889 MILAN—An Italian steel firm has been granted a large loan in American funds through the European Investment Bank. SAVINGS ADD UP FASTER HERE! Here's why it's smart to SAVE with us: You'll find that your savings will earn more- at Alton Savings with interest compounded every four jitionths.And, savings deposited by 'the 15th earn right from the 1st! |Your savings are insured . .. backed by years of experience. AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 62O EAST THIRD STREET • ALTON • PHONE 465-44B3 Per Annum Open a savings account with us today! HarrellV Trial Scheduled Nov. 4 EAST ST. LOUIS, III. (AP) John R. Harrell, the controversial Louisville, 111., cult leader, will go on trial Nov. 4 in U.S, District Court, East St. Louis, on two charges. Harrell, however, has been missing from his home since last March 31. His lawyer, Robert Rice, of East St. Louis, said he could call for a continuance, if his client does not show up for the trial. He said he has no knowledge as to where Harrell is. Federal authorities said if Harrell does not appear on the trial date in court, he could forfeit $52,000 in bonds posted for his appearance. Harrell and his family were reported en route to talk with federal officials in Springfield, 111., about his federal income tax when they disappeared. The charges against Harrell stem from Kartell's alleged attempt to harbor a Marine Corps deserter and resisting federal and state officers on his estate more than two years ago. G. E. Sullivan, Sportswriter, Dies at 70 WOODSTOCK, 111. (AP) - A noted Northern Illinois sportswriter and long-time editor of the Woodstock Sentinel has succumbed to a heart attack while covering a football game. Dead is George E. Sullivan, who died Saturday while reporting on the Palatine - Woodstock high school football game. In June, McHenry County residents honored him at a public celebration of his 70th birthday. Sullivan had been the Sentinel editor since August 1922. GRAVEMANN - WEDDINGS in beautiful LIVING COLOR — no more black and white COST? only 15% more! Dr. Hess to Fill Speaking Engagement BUNKER HILL - Dr. George J. Hess has gone to Columbia, O., where he will give two lectures at the annual meeting of the Ohio Branch of the American Council of Christian Churches. Following this meeting he will go to Grand Rapids, Mich., where he will speak twice during the day on Wednesday and where he will also be the Wednesday night speaker for the 55th Annual Convention of The Grand Rapids Association of Regular Baptist Churches. NOW AT OUR NEW LOCATION 628 E. B'DWAY PHONE 465-8521 Complete line of Diamonds, Watches and Fine Jewelry. WATCH & JEWELRY REPAIRING AND SPECIAL ORDER WORK A SPECIALTY. Sfop In and See Usl YOU ALWAYS EXPECT SERVICE and QUALITY AT LOWEST BARGAIN PRICES FROM SCHWARTZ Now you can buy your Piano with the same ^Confidence as you buy your Furniture and Appliance*! Come in and shop — See many pianos to choose from! 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