Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1968 · Page 16
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June 27, 1968

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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PAGE1M5 ALTON EVENING TfcLEGRAPM , mm 2?, JOHN ADNEY MARILYN HAVENS NANCY CHAPPELL BONNIE KESSINGER RAYMOND ROADES Six Wood River High Graduates Win Scholarships td Milliken Six members of the spring graduating class of the Eas Alton-Wood River High Schoo are recipients of scholarship to Millikin University in Deca tur and have enrolled at thi university for the fall term. Honor student John Thoma Adney, who received the Bausch & Lomb Science award, is plan ning to major, in -political sci ence. During his high school years John .was a member of the Na tkmM Honor Society, NatMa Thespians, National Forensic ""League (president); Sandburr staff, choir, speech and debate teams, the Latin Club (partici pated in the state contest 4 years), served two years on the Student Council and was a Junior Rotarian. He also appeared on the Scho- larquiz program on St. Louis television, and won honors for his participation in the state play contest two years. John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 'W. Adney, Second St., Wood River. Nancy Elaine V Chappell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chappell, 643. First St., Wood River, is undecided about her major. A member of the National Honor Society, -Nancy's other extra curricular activities in high school included: National Thespians (secretary), d r i 11 team, Pep Club, Sandburr staff, Stage and Stammer, speech and debate teams, participation in the Harvest Queen coronation, and served one year as an office! Marilyn Ruth Havens, daughter of High School superintendent Dr. and Mrs. Nels Havens, assistant. A Safe That Lives Up to Its Name LOS ANGELES (AP) — Lowell Craddock's tough little safe weighs only 200 pounds. With a hammer and chisel safecrackers who carted it from Chappell Sanitarium tried to open it and finally abandoned it. After the safe was discovered in a Las Vegas, Nev., alley a locksmith opened it in three minutes and out spilled $15,343 in cash. Easy Does It In Truth Or Consequences QUENCES, N.M. (AP) -• City Manager Gene Foetz says improvements need to be made at he city's dog pound to prevent 'depoundment" of canines caught by the dog catcher. Goetz told the City Commis- ion. that dog owners had re- rieved 41 of their pets by reacting over the pound's fence. 283 HiPointe, East Alton, has chosen math for her major at Millikin. Her extra curricular activities in high school included membership in the National Honor Society, Big Sisters, Concert Band, Wood Cats stage band, Majorette, participation in the Harvest Queen coronation, and she served as an office assistant. She was presented the American Legion award and'also received the Arion Foundation award. Bonnie Lynn Kessinger is planning a career as a school teacher" and will major in elementary education. A member of the National Honor Society, Bonnie was also affiliated with Student- Council, Quill and Scroll, Spanish Club, Future Secretaries Association, Oiler staff, choir, participated in the Harvest Queen coronation, and served as an office assistant .-.•"'. Bonnie is the daughter, of Mrs. Delores M, Parsons, 301 A Broadway, East Alton. Raymond Allan Roades, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond* 1 R. Roades, 524 E. Lorena Ave., Wood River, Is undecided in his choice of a major. During his high school days, Raymond played basketball and baseball was a member of the letterman's Club,'German Club, speech and debate teams, choir, participated in the Harvest Queen coronation and served one year with the Student Council. Deborah Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Martin, 806 Charlene, East Alton, has not chosen a major for her higher education. A member of the Pep Club, Sandburr staff and drama department, Deborah transferred from Canoga Park, Calif, to the local high school during her senior year. Poor People Plan Boycott In Downtown Washington WASHINGTON (AP) - A Poor People's Campaign leader says a new tactic—economic boycotts In about 40 cities-*wlll begin in downtown Washington next week in an effort to put new pressure on Congress. The leader, Jesse Jackson, said the aim of the boycott against specific products Will be to force businessmen to pres« sure Congress for appropriations to relieve hunger and malnutrition among the nation's poor. Jackson did not name the oth« r target cities. In another new tactic, the campaign asked a federal court injunction Wednesday to force Secretary of Agriculture Orvllle Freeman to use $227 million for food for the poor. Freeman said the money is earmarked to support perishable food prices and is to be turned back to the federal Guaranteed WOLLASTON, Mass. (AP) —. Arnold A. Pell has opened a "puppy palace!' where pets with a 10-year guarantee can be purchased. To 'keep the number of returned puppies to a minimum, Pell installed a "puppy love room" where customers can become acquainted with possible pets and determine if dog and potential master are compatible. Treasury June 30 because hft has no authority from Congress to use it for any other purpose. In other developments: —The Rev. Andrew Young, a campaign leader, said the homes and offices of all 26 House Agriculture committee members will be picketed because the committee killed a bill to expand the food-stamp program for the poor. —About 50 demonstrators were permitted in the House gallery after they broke up into small groups and obtained passes from Rep. John Conyers, D- Mich. No demonstrations are permitted on Capitol HflL The moles for the campaign's symbolic wagon train were impounded Wednesday by U.S. Park Police who laid the animals were not getting proper care. But the Interior Department said later a Washington woman, Mrs. Marilyn Riviere, had arranged to pay & month's board for the mules at a horse farm in Columbia, Md., would pay to and said transport she the mules to Washington - when needed for demonstrations. Jackson had said before that target products for the boycott now planned to begin in Washington next Week would include Golf Equipment Stolen From Car Danny H. Sokolowskl, of 238 Alben St., Alton, reported to Alton police Wednesday night that golf equipment valued at $302 had been, stolen from his auto. Police Said the vent window of the rar was broken. Stolen were four wood clubs, 11 irons, a golf bag and 18. golf balls. In another incident, Ronald Serkirk, of 1508 Seminary St., Alton, reported to police that his billfold containing an undisclosed amount of cash and private papers had been stolen from his gym bag ,'at Rock Spring Park Police questioned two boys about the incident and ordered their parents to meet with juvenile officers. James Horn, of 620 Union St., Alton; told pplice Wednesday night that he had lost his wallet containing $2 in cash and a $34 check. salmon find g»pm He said salmon would be cotted in support of Indian fish* ing claims in the Pacific Northwest and grapes in support of Mexican-American labor organ* Izing efforts In th« West. SIVio Study Governments, Manpower Needs CARBONDALE - (Special) — Illinois and their local governments future manpower needs will be studied by the Public Affairs Research Bureau at Southern Illinois University under a $16,000 grant. 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