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Alton Evening Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 19, 1962, Alton, Illinois Monday february 19, 1962alton evening Telegraph Page three cop held in theft at Chicago r Chicago a a Chicago policemen has been charged with robbery and aggravated Battery in connection with the $1,692 robbery of a South Side factory Friday night. Police sought another patrol Man who they said failed to appear sunday for a lie Detector test concerning the robbery. James Slawek 26, was booked saturday on two counts of robbery and one count of aggravated Battery after he was identified by two employees of tri con brazing alloys inc., was one of three men who held six workers at gunpoint. Norbert Terlikowski 27, volunteered to take a lie Detector test police said but failed to appear at the crime Laboratory sunday. Police officials said they would demand that Terlikowski submit to the polygraph test today. He was not charged. Police said License numbers of cars seen in the area traced Slawek and Terlikowski. Sgt. John Thomas said Terlikowski jumped from Thomas squad car Friday night As he and Slawek were being taken to a detective area Headquarters for questioning. Thomas fired several shots As Terlikowski disappeared into an Alley. Terlikowski surrendered several hands of hours later. I ing. Three men entered the Plant police said the Plant was Bur Friday and took Silver Alloy Glare Zed last year of several Cost valued at 11,500, slugged Anduly metals and had since been kicked two workers and fled with und it r police surveillance. The it $192 taken from employees wallets. I said the robbery occurred about police said Donald Paul 27, of two hours before a detective do Chicago told them he was knocked i Tail was to begin its nightly watch. Science club entertained t at Eldred Eldred the household science club was entertained thurs Day afternoon at the Home of mrs. Evelena Black. Twelve me Maljers and one guest. Miss Janet Handlin were present. Papers were read by mrs. Albert Wagner and mrs. Harry Borman. A demonstration of Mak inc nut cups was Given by mrs Janie Wiles. Prizes for stunts were won by mrs William Ivers mrs. Dean Bushnell mrs. Irl Davidson and mrs. L. T. Whiteside. The next meeting will be March i at the Home of mrs. Kenneth Brannan. Leave for Korea Eldred a or. And mrs. Thomas Handlin have received word their son Larry who was stationed at fort Leonard Wood mo., left there Friday for Oakland calif., where he will leave by Plant for a tour of duty in Korea. Eldred notes Eldred or. And mrs Charles Helton and daughter Beverly spent sunday at Carbondale to with Joyce and Charles Helton students at Siu. The Eldred unit Home Bureau will meet tuesday afternoon at the Home of i s. Kenneth bran Nan. Unconscious by the men As they entered the building. Berg said he was kicked in the head several times when he tried to free his an adhesive tape bind la Iii Godfrey memorial sight this h Cocks specials. Tuesday wednesday thursday lean meaty spareribs. �?o39 to Fry or season smoked jowls a a 2 9 Sturgeon Bay pie cherries 5 so $1.00 Pillsbury pie crust 2 Box 25c folgers Coffee 59 Pound limit on with si.50 purchases no ijm1t from e 85c Poi and fancy Green Beans 2 19c i a. No. I red Triumph potatoes to 29c Godfrey memorial Chapel on the Campus of Monticello College Long time area landmark has been equipped with exterior Builtin. A plaque indicating the donor of the project will be installed in the Chapel Reading a that Monticello May forever he a Beacon of spiritual values to her alumnae students facility and friends illumination of the Cham a spire is provided in the memory of miss Martina Erickson mrs. William Wood Parsons principal from 1910-1918. Farmers fare few markets by David a. Martin Washington Apt the Agre a us hire department predicted today that As time goes on Farmers will have fewer and fewer processing concerns competing for their food crops and livestock the department said the num la million Chih la Omen to 11 ear will Ioni Shade car Shade Art instructor in Carrollton school unit will speak at a meeting of Carrollton woman a club Jan. 21 at american legion Hall. Mrs. Carroll Tapp is the Art chairman of the club. Hostesses were mrs. J. M. Black. Mrs. Louis Pranger mrs Richard Giller mrs. Adrian read and miss Nita Ford. society Carrollton a mrs. G. K Hutchens will be devotional Lead Ber of processing plants engaged or at a meeting of the women a in handling farm produced prod missionary society of first Bap acts has Dei lined More than Iotis Church Al th#1 Church at 1 30 per cent since 1947. He said the . Thursday feb. 22. The of trend toward fewer plants is sex Vernoon will be spent in making fleeced to continue. Many smaller cancer dressings. Hostesses will plants Are being absorbed by be mrs l. E. Raper and mrs. Larger ones. Robert Butler. Food industries with the late w8c8 Circle to meet Vij declines in recent years Weir Carrollton a a the Circle of to be Creamery butter raw the a pcs of the methodist Church , Sukar it flour meal con will meet wednesday at x . At a rinsed and evaporated milk be the Home of mrs Kenneth Byland. It it a product la and cottonseed Oil Dublin Man ail an port in air Ling ways. Ireland Kuro services to Cork s new have been established by and Cambial air read the Telegraph want adj area Young Republican meet tuesday toting republicans of the area will Complete organization procedure during a meeting scheduled for 7 30 . Tuesday at the Myca Don Aldridge temporary Public relations chairman announced today. A set of bylaws prepared by a committee headed by John c. Dipped will be acted upon by the group and permanent officers will be elected. A nominating commit tee has been preparing a slate but other nominations will be accepted from the floor Aldridge said. Membership in the organization and attendance at the meeting an1 open to any voters 37 years of age or under said Aldridge temporary chairman of the group whose organization was launched a week ago. Is Paul Hock. 2 school fan Ililau file at Carrollton Carrollton or William Hopkins and Leo Grum Niell filed saturday As candidates for membership on the Board of Carrollton school District the two filed with the Board set rotary mrs Alfred Johnson and1 saturday was the first Day for filing. The two filed to fill the vacancies loft on the Board by the expiration of the terms of Byron Rhoads and i Ouis Osier Man. Both of Carrollton who Are no candidates for rec Lee it Tion. Rome italian Trade with the common Market expanded More rapidly than Over All Trade during the first right months of 1961 worry of false Teeth slipping or irritating Don i of Tiu Tirumal of imm Fitl Foft i Iii a Uphill dropping or wobbling whet. Fuu i talk or laugh jut a Mufti a into Sas i Brin on four Plata i hit Pisa Mani powder i a a Rainia Skabla Aru or Addad Comfort and Curt of of holding Plata Mer bunty to Gummy goo partly Taal or fading it a alkaline i nun arid i 01 r Aht in i a at any drug count at Westward to trend is still hoeing on the a Westward to Quot Era of Umi United states history Isnit Over 11 yet. Reports the population reference Bureau of Washington d c. Between 1950 and 1960. The population East of the Mississippi grew by 16 per cent while population West of the great River grew by a in tost 24 be r cent. Read the Telegraph want ads put your hearing loss behind you new Zenith hearing Aid it \ Mas Sig program Larry Lle Driek Alton onanism Nill play at the past masters night Franklin Lodge Afa am feb. 2 i holier in Johnson worshipful master announced today. The program will Start at h . With dinner Aud will in preceded by degree work starting at 2 3 1 . Kendrick is a member of Orient Lodge Kansas Ottmo. He teaches Organ in St. Louis. Srna 0 # a from 7#ruth a you a hey to sting f a a Lousy a Henrj it. So hand a r Quot a my around if cd Frk Anfor circuit. W>1 Ltd Ennor Ai off Mcclintock 803 e. Huh 11 w Lton to nks82 private mansion. Not at All its one of Lonial apartments. One or two bedrooms now it All Yoder cd 4-9113 or cd 4-1484. Adv Crit sement the new Wilshire Chow available a see them i discover the newest fashions and Olk Low Low terms at Vong a Frozen a re Skytt it a Petite potatoes. 25c Cypress Garden Orange juice 3�?~c049� Pearl Market i 835 Central ave. Alton products but a few have shown increases in the number of plants. They Are poultry dressing meal packing plants and special Dairy products the department said that in addition to mergers of companies some plants have been closed to cause of technological changes. Washington api a the United Stales is breaking last years record in exporting wheal and wheat flour. During thy first half of 1961 crop marketing year j Illy de dismissed Friday was James Comber foreign shipments o f Hickman of f Eldon. Dismissed wheat and flour were equivalent saturday were mrs. Capolia to 367 million bushels of wheat Leibert. Mrs Arma Schmitz and this compared with 298 million in mrs. Lela Retherford of Carroll a the like Pend a year earlier ton and mrs. Bertha Anderson of officials expect total exports Dur Jerseyville. In the 1961-crop year ending Rug club to meet Jurn 30, to break All records Carrollton a Carrollton Rug club will meet tuesday at the borne of mrs Fred fishhook with mrs. Bert Fraser of White Hall As assisting hostess. T1m> program will few it presented by mrs. George Schroeder mrs Byland will to assisted in entertaining by mix. Burns Smith. Mrs. Thomas Brennan. Mrs. Lynden Smith. Miss Lena Keyes and mrs. Delmar Schofield. Hospital notes Carrollton or. And mrs. Henry Buchanan of Alton Are the parents of a son born saturday at Boyd memorial Hospital. Admitted to the Hospital Fri a it were William Burns Lites and Richard Dan both of Jerseyville. Georgetown Ana has stepped up the to top dogs in the United states according to american Kennel club registration Are poodle Beagle Chihuahua Dachshund. German Shepherd British Gui pekingese Cocker Spaniel Collie Rice exports Boxer and Boston terrier. Crystal Clear colors to accent ready to Wear. Young fashion second floor

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