Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 3
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September 25, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE 7 of Area in Semifinals of Merit Scholarships Among 13,000 In U.S. Seven Alton area youths have been named semifinalists in the Ninth Annual Merit Scholarship Program for 1963-64, it was announced today. Semiiinalists from Alton Senior High School are: Peter A. Komlos, son of Dr. and Mrs. Endre Komlos, 4500 College Ave.; Paul A. Forbes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Forbes, 3415 Agnes Blvd.; David Brewer, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Brewer, 1026 Washington Ave.; Richard E. Hibbs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Hibbs, 212 W. Elm St.; Michael McKee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard McKee, 828 Logan. Other semifinalists announced were Lester C. Books ill, son Swaim Announces: Four Box Board VPs Elevated in Company PETER KOMLOS of Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Books, Jr., of 333 Oak Dr., East Alton, a student at East Alton * Wood River Community High School; and Gregory A. Dana, Carlin- villc Community High School, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Joseph C. Dana, (SIS Morgan St., Carlinville. Driver Licenses Restored For Tivo; Charges Reduced MICHAEL AIcKEE These students were among 13,000 high school students named as semifinalists in the nationwide competition for Merit Scholarships. They became semifinalists in the 1963-4 program through their, performance on the National I M e r i t Scholarship Qualifying Test. This test of educational development was given in more than 115,500 high schools last March. SPRINGFIELD. III., - (Sep- cial) — Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier today announced the Drivers License Division of his office has rescinded t h e revocation of the license of two Madison County residents. The revocation of the license of Dlanna D. Campbell, of 77j Cooper St., East Alton, was rescinded following receipt of infor-| mation from the court of police Magistrate O. \V. Vernor of Wood River showing the original report forwarded in error and the offense of driving while inloxicat- court of Police Magistrate George Roberts of Alton, showing the original report in error and the offense of drag racing reduced to the offense of reckless driving. East Alton Man Indicted For Perjury SPRINGFIELD — Rho Zurkuh- ed reduced to the offense of care- lpn ' 43 - of East Mion > has becn less driving. ' indicted by a federal grand jury The revocation of the license ofj°" ;j charge he <x>mmitted per- David R. Hord. 2411 Hall St., A\-\W'y '" U.S. District Court, ton. was rescinded following re- Zurkuhlen had been indicted ceipl of information from t h e| rarlip '' by a federal grand jury on ;1 charge of receiving stolen government property from t h U.S. Army Depot in Granite City. The perjury charge stemmed from Zurkuhlcn's Aug. 12 testi- Monti Play Needs Eight Mule Actors Eight males are wanted for a play, "Blood Wedding," at Monticello College. Age range of the actors sought is 16 years on up, says Kenneth Waters, director of Monticello's drama productions. Tryouts for the parts are set for Thursday, starting at 7:30 p.m. in the school's chapel. The play will be the first this school year at Monti. It will be staged Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 in Hatheway Hall, the school's new $2 million "tliea- tron." mony in U.S. District Court that he had not consented to a search of his auto. Two Alton City police officers testified they had seen Zurkuhlen sign a written consent. YOUR PHARMACIST A MAN "IN THE KNOW" FREE Delivery ZIKE Pharmacy 627 E. Airline Dr. R.H. Dial 230-2263 RICHARD HIBBS The test is the first step toward winning a four - year Merit Scholarship to a college of the student's choice. The scmifinalist group is composed of the highest scoring students in each state and in United States (erri/oi'io.s. Semifinalists must substantiate their qualifying test performance on a second examination, be endorsed by their schools, and fulfill certain routine requirements to become finalists. DAVID BREWER PAUL FORBES LESTER BOOKS, HI All Merit Scholars are from the finalist group. selected i Merit Program. In past years, about 97 per cent To increase their opportunities to obtain financial assistance if they need it, the Merit Corporation sends the names of semifinalists to all accredited colleges and universities and scholarship - granting to other of the semifinalists have become finalists. All finalists receive a certificate of merit in recognition of their outstanding performance in the program, As finalists, the students will be eligible for schol- agenciesiarship awards sponsored by and financial aid sources. Studies show tliat about 50 per cent of the semifinalists obtain financial aid from sources other than the NMSC and about 175 business corporations, foundations, colleges, unions, trusts, professional associations and individuals. Money From State The sum of $15,550 to Alton State Hospital was among releas es of money made to the Illinois Department of Mental Health by Gov. Otto Kerner, it was announced in Springfield. The money, payable from the Public Welfare Building Fund, i to:* a part of the cost of installing new electrical service to the dietary building at the hospital. Kiev al km of four Vice Prnsi flrnls of Alton Box Board Corn- : pany and election ol three- new' ones al a mooting ol the com-! piiiiy's Directors Tuesday was annolilK'Cfl hy Marvin \V. S\v;iim.' Prcsidrnt of tlio Company, \V. C. Fairbanks. Vice Prrsi '. drill and Spcrolary. was elected Senior Vice President. He will contintio also us Seerptary. S. C. ByasscT, formerly V i c n President — Carton Division, was named Vice President — Corporate Siilrs. II. V. Bray, formerly Vice President — Container Division, was elected Vicp President — Planning. H. I'Yank Hollis, Vice President — Engineering, was elected i<> the np\vly-fToatod position of Vice President — Engineering and Research and Development. Blah A. Hellebush, formerly Assistant to the President, was eleeted Vice President — Marketing. ; B. C. Drumm was elected Vice j President — Carton Division, suc- ! ceedinc; Mr. Byassoe. Fred T. Renshaw was elected Vice President — Container Division, succeeding Mr. Bray. NIAMEY — More private homes will be built in Niger. BUICK OCT. SEE IT AT ALTON BOND CLOTHES Thanks you.... We want to thank our many custom- 9rs and frhnds for their patronage during the many years we had our Alton store. k Hold on to your Bond charge account card. 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