Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 10, 1961 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 10, 1961
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MONDAY, APRIL 10,1W1 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Civic Memorial Honor Students Are Announced BfiTHAt tO-Henor rolls for tht Civic Memorial High School were antiwmwd today by Principal Forest Kofcburn. , ' &. f . ry .Bitty H0dg«, p»t *n<T fctroi llofldmrr fo " art: ' w»li. Jer- 1 ' t Ef 1 ! 0 ",. "Of- w « nd * 1 ' - L ?5** fc Coptland. Altn ,*ra. Dor- «ncy Hardwlck. Kn * hl - • n<1 CARNIVAL u •er. Barbara Meldl. Jerry Bfbara Nave. Bill Nix, Jerry OH- v«r. Shirley Plegge. Marlene Pru•U. Helen Schr.eier. Beverly Sch- ueite, Marlen Shaw, Stella Turner, Darren Wesley and Doris Williams, j Juniors on the high honor roll are: Paul Corcoran, Donald Baker, Joyce Fields. James George, Carol Klna, Sharon Oliver. Sharon Rude and Edward Wanlck Junior honor roll members are: Mary Battles. Dan Cathorall, D. M. Cooper, Bonnie Dickinson, Donna Daliey. Ellen Ellsperman. David f«'t««. .Bill Hale, Judy Hawkins. Mark Helmkamp, Linda Kasien. James Large, Sally Parker. Fay Pence, Ted Reynolds, Artrischia Snodgrass, Virginia Sommers. Doris Spears, Lynn Stotler, Janice Stun- jiel. Phyllis Swtnford and Barbara Wilkinson. Sophomores on the high honor roll are: Bonnie Klvett, Marilyn Rowe, Kay Shaw, Karen Szegedv and Carol Walker. Sophomore honor roll members are: Danny Bess, Ronnie Bishop, Lynne Drennan, Morris Hlgglns. Robert Hllendorf, Patricia Hunt; Beverly Kessler. Ruby Kingston. Shirley Marshall. Judy Masterson. Melba Miller. Ruth Ann -Northway. Marilyn Sauls. Kay Smith. Phyllis Snodgrass, Don Tucker and Beat- "Do you have something for a bride to serve her first meal to?" rice Zattrzewskl. Freshmen on the high honor roll are: Shelby Acord, Donald Becker. Linda Hamilton, Cheryl Hodge. Yvonne Jenkins, Vickie Jonea and Lonnle Law. Listed on the freshman honor roll are: Patty Allen. Wanda Collins. Kenny Gruen. David Gruenenfelder. Susan Heeren, Frances Heflln. Jeanne Henhaus, Betty Holman. Charles Kannlng. Mary Ann Klein. Carol Lankford and Evelyn Mansholt. Rose Melsenhelmer, Larry Nave. I Nancy Oehler, Dennis Page, Rexle 1 Pattenglll, Marsha Pltlz, Vivian | Schuette. Sharon Shade. Carole ; Simpson, Carole Smith and Brenda : Thompson. I One of the most famous of the io'd stiver coins was the Roman ! denarius, which was worth IP bout 17 cents in modern money. IF YOU WANT A REALLY STRIKING PORTRAIT Stop by or phone HICKS STUDIO AND CAMERA SHOP PHONE HO 5-4086 FOR APPOINTMENT 3418 CALIFORNIA (JUST OFF MILTON) Left to File Tax Return Only one more week rtmalns In which to (lie the 1000 federal Income tax retuf-n. The warning came today from Frank L. Schanzle of the Internal Revenue service In Alton. "If you don't file before the April 1? deadline, you may be subject to costly penalties and interest," Schanzle said. Returns for Springfield District taxpayers should be mailed 1o the District Director, Internal Revenue Service, Springfield. Refunds or credits of st.ite and local taxes, which were claimed as a deduction on a prior year's federal Income tax return, generally constitute taxable Income and must be reported on federal Income tax returns In the year received. Jay G. Phllpott, district director of Internal revenue, issued this reminder today for Springfield District taxpayers who have questioned the treatment of Illinois refunds or credits received during the year 1960. He noted, however, that where Ihe taxpayer claimed the standard deduction in the prior year, ho is not considered to have received a federal tax benefit from such payment, in the onot year and need not report a subsequent refund or credit of state or local taxes paid. Taxpayers who have taxable; refunds or credits to report! should list them in Schedule II j of Form 1040, "U. S. Individual j Income Tax Return." Forms I 1040A and 1040W cannot be used! for this purpose. Philpott pointed out that the same rule generally applies in the case of subsequent refunds or reimbursements, by insurance or otherwise, of other rte- ductible items such as medical expenses, casualty losses, interest, etc. Refunds or credits of federal taxes are not taxable income, and need not be reported on the tax return, but any interest received on local, state or federal refunds is taxable income. Electric catfish are found in the Nile River. IJTBtAW STAND TO WW CIBECUE, Art*. (*) - The Apache Indians, once th« scourge f gold and silver prospectors, tand to reap a potential fortune n a new mineral rush—iron ore. Ore prospectors currently are concentrating their attention on he White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation where the Bu reau of Mines estimates the existence of 10 million tons of ore. The Apaches, says the Amerl can Iron and Steel Institute, were paid $42,100 for prospecting rights and, If the strike pans out, they will receive a dollar an acre per year rental plus 15 to 20 cents a on for ore shipped. Feasibility of extracting the ore depends upon Its quantity anc quality to defray expenses In get ting it out of the wilderness and into the blast furnaces. COIN OMRATIO U0R0RY OOLLlfll I MAIN ST. Ad T«»>L4NHI, Agitator !>•* Washeri . . , Do Your Whol* Wa»h in LMI TMM an Hoar. < I OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY-7 DAYS A WEEK Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally Telegraph Want Ada "CLICK" WHAFLL YOU HAVE? A HOME THAI JACK (o! all trades) BUILT OR---- A precision-built home, constructed by qualified AFL-CIO Building Tradesmen, each a specialist in his trade. Your home or business building it too important to you to trust the construction* repairing or remodeling to anyone other than AFL.CIO building tradesmen. Spend your S££ wisely. Call a contractor who employ* AFX* CIO building tradeimen. ALTON-WOOD RIVER BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION TRADES COUNCIL AFL-CIO BIG HOIST Steeple, topped with weather vane, was hoisted into place at St. Peter's Lutheran Church at Prairietown. The steeple measures 37 feet from bottom to top of vane. Original steeple on church, erected in 1874, was blown off in storm last June.—Staff Photo. The Collahuaya Indians of South America are known as Ihe druggists of the Amazon. They make excellent cough medicine from tree barks, a tonic from sarsaparilla roots and a powerful poison, curare, from plants of the strychnos family. Even in the jungle, chimpanzees show traces of the behavior that delights circus audiences. They perform stamping dances, pound rhythmically on hollow trees and sometimes adorn themselves with leafy branches and flowers. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION V SERVICE Lowest Possible Prices. Double Eagle Stamps Ash Vour Doctor to Call Us. 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