Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 31
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 31

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PAGB THIRTY.TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH , APRIL 6,1901 PLAY BALL! North Alton Mews U.-...U f /> W< <•» O •'« t ( Kf O'f 19 INCH PORTABLE TV — tarry » •itywhar* ~ ACrWflfY WOfffc "Hide-a-way A At* A AH 5-TUII TASIE RADIO Terrific POCKET RADIO Value! New, Powerful 6-TKANMTOK The Rodio, A Carry Co»e with shoulder strop, Personal Ear Phones and Batteries-— A $74.95 —o midget in size ... 9km* in performance SfiaJiHy W>rg«r *o* a package of cigarette*! Hi-Fi Specter* T»-T«me 9-Volt PORTABLE RADIO BATTERIES New, fresh type « ffl 216—for krone- ••• Htor rodio*. //C Offor Tvp** tool Save/ Induded— — m a Hny (•other COM Belle St.—Alton. III.—Phone HO 3-tMI Splecel Catbloi Order Desk it this J ft R Store MISSIONS ClOAL The WMU oversubscribed Its Annie Armstrong offering for home missions, by more than SW. Twenty-six of the 39 adults enrolled in the Training Union study course: 8 of the 10 intermediate. 4 of the 7 Juniors attended every session. A spring revival will he held during the week of April 23. each evening at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at 7:30 p.m.. there >\ill he an a«ociationnl youth night at Oirrlie Heiyhis. _. Mrs. R. A. Thomp/cPk, Mr*. ! *AMKO to nwrmtT vietw Y««g*r. i Delegates nmtitd to Tvwtffh Jf** **««1»ctton was asked by Pistrie. Wednesday evtnlng by "" Rev - F « thw JamP « A Mlll< JVFW Auxlllnry, Post 1308, are •»"»«»« pastor. 1 Mrs. Nadtne Danaenbrlnk. Mrs. Bertha Hamilton ST., Mrs. Edith j Russell, Mrs. Ruth Ackerman, i Mrs. Charlotte Borders. Mrs. ! Ruth Valin. Mrs. Alice Holmes, ' Mr». Mary Schaller, Mrs. Nora j Pfaff. and Mrs. Bessie Manden- i ville. Alternates selected are Mrs Florence Cox, Mrs. Sina Wh*»w- el. Mrs. Hattte Prey. Mrs. Cecelia Lough, Mrs.' Carrie Kl- ledge.. Mrs. Martha M«yers. Mrs. Christina Settles. Mrs.) JNola Fields. Mrs. Fdnn Hnrglss' ;and Mrs. Kthel Snider. Mrs. ; Fllledite is a ne\\ member. i The following reports \vre i rrceiveri: Mrs. Hargiss, N!rs. Lnvern Russell and Mrs. M;m- ; denville on the national pre.si- t dent's hospital work; Mrs. Mnry ! Schaller, community service, | i and Mrs. Cox on the Raster egg! hunt attended by 60 children. Donations were made to the] National Home scholarship at; Eaton Rapids, Mich., and to a ^ gift fund for the departmental; CHICAGO <AP> — Leonard president. (Happy> Chase, a 59-year-old tree The auxiliary received a cer-j trimmer from Springbrook, Iowa. tificate of appreciation from the;hn- admitted in Probate Court No. 11 region hear association, that he signed a phony will dispos- Mrs. Earl Hamilton Jr., pres- inc of a $390.000 Chicago estate. ident. announced the -installa- Chase, who said he could neither tion would be he.ld Aprl 15. at ,^ a( j „„,. w -i-ite. wa« one of four Veterans Center. kwan. appearing Wednesday at NEW ST AMBROSE a t ' on(pm P | n ™ring ordered by ALTAR .SOCIETY MEMBERS u( ?e Two new members were in- university and author of ft* book, "Krebioren: Tlw Grttt Canon Mystery." opposing attoftwyi tMft ttmn reading the votumt to thf Jtiry Wednesday, and the wading li not espied to b* ownplited tmtfl Frldaj. Dr. Ivy, « U of 1 d€p»r&n«« hpfld, contends Stoddard'i boaft has damaged M» reputation. Stod- federal jdnrd now Is chancellor of N«w York University. ' Thr trial, which began Monday, drug Kreblott-n says hr will renew j is expected to tail six to elghl efforts Monday to effect an out- months because Judge Miner ruled of-court settlement. it!;! He 'Witnessed' Phonv Will Ivy Libel Settlement Is Sought CHICAGO (Al») - A fpde Judge hearing a $350,000 libel suit based on the controversial cancer that the Jury must decide the Until then, said Judge Julius H. I medical value ot the drug. Miner of U.S. District Court, he ^ URACO> Netherlands Antilles has asked lawyers for both sides —Tax revisions to boost revenues ! burger deficit. ' The suit wns brought by Dr. Andrew C. Ivy, former vice pres-j PARIS — The results of testa idrnt of the University of Illinois,on three dog victims were used and a pioneer in the use of Kre-:by prosecution attorneys seeking biozen. against Dr. George D. to prove Marie Besnard had StoUdard, tormer president of the poisoned 13 relatives. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily traduced at Tuesday's meeting of St. Ambrose Altar Society. They were Mrs. Earl McNear and Mrs. Harry Kortkamp. Mrs. William Tiemann was a guest. .. . i In his testimony. Chase said he j WBS o({em) KM by Lpstpr Un . grehr, also of Springbrook, to sign the will as a witness in 1960. It was dated May 1942. "I signed the will twice because Lester told me to." Chase testi- "Me never R ave me the A Bell Telephone movie, "1"'-!^^ nois Holiday" was shown. Hmoney. though." cial hostesses were Mrs. Ralph j LanRre>nrt <, Si is in j ai i in M a- Spooner, Mrs. Erwin Mao?.: quokp(a Imva awa iting trial on a chnrse of conspiracy to defraud has pleaded inno- r Mrs. ,1. F.. Ixina. Mrs. Charles ioillespie, Mrs. George Walter. mp ps|ntr Hf SAV1NGS,SJ(nsraCTION, Red 4 White famous brand products stand for superior quality at substantial SAVINGS over national advertised brands, and each Red 4r White product carries a SATISFACTION guaranteed. 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Red & White California Fancy Spinach. . Red & White Fresh Pack Peas and Carrots . Red & White Foncy Shreddfd Sauerkraut . . . Red & White Flaver.Poeked No. 303 Cans 47e 2 No. 303 AC. Cans 00° 2 "ST 39« 2 No. 303 Cons GRAPEFRUIT HUBiB'S IEO ft WHITE 1MJI B*ll* 4ITE I Alton I f. f 8»tt Mr( HOFGRiN Alton Biektrdt'i N. Alby Mbt. I NOITI'S 110 ft WHITf Street KOM) Uodfrey | pfej«n> 3Ui Moro Ontral MAEKET Alton IQNA'S MAIKIT Park ft »»Ut# Wood Kiver HIIOIIT ftlOCHY <'ott«f» Hill* SS*» CKrlM Uvklt I IIHIflN'S 6IOCIIY I Alton I .'01 C. Jennings, Hood fiivtr I UIGHTON MflC. CO. K ?I4U Brighton IUINS Grafton, 111. cent. The court announced Tuesday it will swk extradition from Iowa of JLangrehr. accused of faking the | wills of Max Roedrr, a Chicago wigmaker, and Mrs. Kirstine Jepsen, a recluse. Other lowans appearing in Probate Court were George P. Jord- dan, a farmhand hired by Langrehr; George Hildebrand, former neighbor of Langrehr, and Timothy Jorgensen. identified as a wit- iness to the wills. Judge Dunne ordered Chase, Jordan and Hildebrand taken into custody by sheriff's deputies at the end of Wednesday's hearing. An lovva district judge, Arthur F. Janssen, shared the bench with Dunne during the hearing. The proceedings also dealt with a petition to force two lawyers to return $16,400 they received as fees for handling the Jepsen estate. The $390,000 Roeder will named Jordan, 49, as the principal heir, identifying him as Roeder's only son. Roeder, 78, was killed March 9. 1960 in a fall down an elevator 'shaft. Jordan was given a three-year suspended sentence by an Iowa court after he admitted forging thp will disposing of Roeder's setate. The court has indicated its proceeds now will go to there heirs in Germany and Switzerland. The other will, also rejected as phon;' by Judge Dunne, disposed! of the $150,000 estate of Mrs. Jepsen, who died in 1958. Under the fake will, the bulk of the estate went to the late Mrs. Anna Langrehr, mother of Lester. When Mrs. Langrehr died, Langrehr and his five brothers and sisters shared in its proceeds. The court has called back all portions of the estate and its proceeds now ' are expected to go to Mrs. Jepsen's four cousins in Denmark. Langrehr declined to make an appearance in Judge Dunne's court. The jurist announced Tuesday he will seek extradition of Langrehr from Iowa. 2 Executed After Cuban Rebel Trials HAVANA (API— Firing squads executed two more men in La Cabana today, raising to 601 the unofficial total of persons executed by {'rime Minister Fidel Castro's regime since he look power on Jan. 1, 19")9. They \\eie nmdemned by sep- :ii;ih> nvlitary tribunals \\cdnes IH.V Might. The two tiibiiiuils also sentenced .'1 (x rMjiis to prison for terms ranging from 9 to ,'!0 years on vharyes of counterrevolutionary activities. Saboteurs were b!;>med for a fir Wednesday n^irht in one of tuba's larges-t su^ar mills, formerly the Amciican-ouned Her^hey mill, 40 miles east of Haivana. The Castro ntjiine announced it had smashed two counterrevo- liutionar* bands opera tine IP Oriente Province and captured seven insurgents. The government chaipc-d that the insurgents were supplied by the I'.S. naval ba.se at Guuntana mo Bay. Similar charges m the past hav.3 been denied by U.S. of finals. IRUT^" Uni7ed~A7ab~Re- | public areas are fearful the So- ^iet Union will flood the world's I already glutted oil markets. Friday and Saturday Ftafofii Mfflt ChtMtatt Uytr Ctfct . f4t Everyone's favorite . . . chock full of that «al choc; olatty flavor everyona llke« so much . . . mom tender too! 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