Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 13, 1961 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 13, 1961
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Sections JMWtry 15, 1838. EVENING TELEGRAPH ALTON, ILL,, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1901. So PIT Copy Member of Tht Awodated Concert Set For Friiiy At Roxana ROXANA - Th« Jurttor high ohotus and senior high chonis, fflwwtid by Mas Syftrt, along Wfts with ttw Jtmiop high bhnd, dfo iweted fey LeRoy t)alh«\w, wTO prtstnt • «onetrt at 7:80 p.m. Friday in the schoolauditorium. Sainrtay Roxana High School studentg wjll participate in the district mujrlc contest at Alton Senior High School. tabae to appear are Roger Lowery, piano solo; Donna Smith, Jeanne Helmkamp, Janice Peach, and Sandra Steele, clarinet quartet; Don Leanvy, Frartklln De er and Gene Kunz, trombone trio; Steve Prltchard, Delbert Frailey, Charles Jurjevlch and Don Leamy, brass quartet Two twirling ensembles win also appear. The first group is composed of Donna Chlado, Jo* Ann Platter, Carol Leady, De- ores Nichols, June Muck and Pat Welsh and the mond group Is Barbara Mltftfcell, Janet Boverte, Doris Beverly Harris. Winners of superior awards will be advanced to the Car- llnvtlle contest on May 6. Rotary Clwh ROXANA — Floyd Radcllffe chairman of the program which followed the dinner of the Rotary Club Wednesday evening at the First Presbyter- Ian Church. He showed a short film on hunting deer with bow and arrow. Kenneth Sherry of Bethnlto was a visiting Rotarlan and Jerry Arnold was a student guest. Attend Police Academy ROXANA — New members of the Roxana Auxiliary Pollcc- Clvll Dofenxe Corps are receiving special police training at the Madison County Aux tllnry police academy at Ed- wardsvllle. The special train, ing program Is being present ed each Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. tor eight weeks. WOOD RIVER - Marvin P, Unterbrink, Mora, a warehouseman In the storehouse of American OH CO.'B local refinery, has been granted a scholarship to the CUNA School for Credit Union Schort Chapter of future Per8onnel Homemakers of America will! Unterbrink is treasurer tor the Atlas Credit Union, 600 N. Wood River Avc., whlrh nerves company employes and (heir families. The i Union presently has 1,248 members and has assets ot $536,000. >resent a style show April 21 at the high school auditorium JFAEBRICS at LOWtR PRICES For Graduation. Prom and Bridal Parties 40 Color. 45" Taffeta, 98c Values .... Nylon Chiffon T9C 99 rjuiu m Ltui Nylon Law lie Organia Ht^*™ 1 ""™"" !•( y.i. Brocades y u. Nylon Swltt — ' 38" vd.ChantHly Lacs " " " ' yd. . «k Arnil ft Cotton. wc yd.Oaeron ft Cotton Roxana High j Wln " **•««**«» -™ » .... Credit Union School FHA to Give Style Show ROXANA—The Roxona High And theme selected Is Abner Goes to College." "U'l JUdy Andrews will be narrator. Ruth Frazler will be Daisy rtae; Laren Grey. Li'l Abner; {ay Malone, Mammy Yokum; Freddie Barton. Pappy Yokum and Nancy Naughton, Marrln' Sam. Dogpatchers art- Terry Williams, Sandy Lambert, Dor. s Mllllgan, Rose Mllulello, Darl The scholarship award was announced at the Illinois Credit Union League annual convention at Chicago last weekend. CUNA school Is a training program sponsored by the Credi* Union National Assn. and the Walker,'" Daryf "HaflT" "Freddie Hughes and Howard Bugg. fllnols Credit Union League tor Jnton officers who attend elass on the campus •of the University Of Wisconsin at Madison, two weeks each summer over a three- year period. Dog Inopiilatlon WOOD RIVER •••-- A mass Inoculation of dogs will be conducted from 2 lo 4 p.m. May , . . . j, ,, . 6 at the City Water Plant on drcn , had .«P°rte*y f*"™* 6 _,..,.., _ an unknown quantity of aspirin. Fourteenth rtreel, i was an., apvw s , an ^ on 2ygof) / Mr nounced t»da y by M»« fcmma{ and Mf , C|ifford A stflnton Jane Clabaugh, city clerk. , s Njnth st was examined at 1:0 5 The rabies inoculations wllli pm Wcdnes d a y after he had cost $2.50 per dog and a dog| swa | lowed a penny. Two Tots Given Stomach Lavages WOOD RIVER - Ronald, 2, and Donna, 3, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Mayberry, Alton, were given stomach lavages Wednesday at 8:10 p.m. at the township hospital. The chil- must be inoculated before a! 1961 license can be bought, she said. The new licenses, which become effective May 1 and can be bought, from the city clerk at a cost of 52 for males and spayed females and $4 for un- Juanita Jane Hicks, eight- month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hicks, 1320 12th St., Cottage Hills, was released following treatment'at 9:45 a.nj- for burns of the chest incurred when she pulled a coffee percolator ov- spayed females. Telegraph Wan Arts !er on herself. 'CLICK'"'!Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Kennedy Silent on Tracking By FRED 8. HOFFMAN WASHINGTON (AP)-The Ken nedy administration is keeping a tight lip on Information about So viet space shots and Pentagon of flcials said today the aim Is to avoid giving the Soviets an idea of the effectiveness of U.S. track ing facilities and intelligence. Officials, who told this to a re porter, said another purpose wai to deny the Soviets what wai termed advertising on their space achievements. A Defense Department spokes man said that among other hings, there would be no public disclosure when U.S. trncklng sta- ions pick up a Soviet rocket aunchlng until after the Soviets announce it themselves. The policy was developed in meetings among officials of the White House, the State and Defense departments, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Central Intelligence Agency, officials said. They indicated it might possibly be changed at some future time. The policy was described as an extension of one formed late in the Eisenhower administration NASA then was assigned as the outlet for unclassified orbital in formation on satellites. There was considerable confu sion Wednesday when^ newsmen sought information from NASA o the Soviet manned space craft. Space agency officials said the nd been traottm «n etjHI tn he approximate path tA 9H ft* ide, but that It prwramtWy *•• he burned out casing of mjNNfc t that carried the craft into Wbtt, The first contact they rtporttd came some hours after tht Soviets said their cosmonaut had returned to earth In nil capsule. During the past several days, while rumors of a Soviet man-in- space shot were growing, newt- men sought to find out whether any Soviet Instrument ship* had been spotted In the Pacific, a possible sign that some Soviet space try was in the wind. While this information Had been given freely in the past, the Navy this time declined comment. 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