Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 31, 1952 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, May 31, 1952
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1932 FOURTEEN ; Telegraph's Daily Radio Chart HE KNOWS SO NOW, CHRIS. HOW CAN WE MAKE SURE OP HIS OKAY SO HES DISCREET. BUT WHV TAKE HIM ON SO DISCREET KSIN6/ NOW BRIN6 OVER TfcE SMALL DELIVERY VAN, WILL YOU? \V£'RE ALL GOIN6'ON ATRIP.' AU. t KNOW, MR.&fe6. IS WE TOOK 'EM OUT IN THE BOAT, LIKE MDU 9AiR AND WE CAME WITHOUT 'EM. THEY COT LOST SOMEWHERE IN THE LAKI 11111(1018) !!§• RMOX(UIIS) UfJ IIC RMJO MO RC RXOR (ABC) Rt R*D (NBC) MO KC Scores; Record* Record Report Newt Sporupiff* _ 8. American W»T flint Tim* Amtrle«'§ SoftW World Sporti wew r*ttmi ttaury BuilntM Sport* freed few*; John C«r Popul»t Muile Four Knlghli cot« Ole« Club New* Tr»<J« Muile *• Franc* LMt New* Hits of Today Browns at Phil :00 Newt; SpofU :IS Kaltenborn :SO To he An. :«« New*; BandiUnd KvinloC •* IB QutMIMM MOM ThMtM CUA* AMU T*rz«(l r(. June Ace ;in Ralph Edward* New* Sport* Tod«y Proudly «« tt»M Vew.v BnndsUnd Bandstand Scores; BandlUnd C«tie«H Bit) 'F-M> House Of My Ood B»d» My B«a< INVISIBLE PROTECT/N6 THE PLATFOB/MI Newi; BandiUnd Bandstand Score*; Bandittnd BandiUnd APPEOACM- IN6 IN Down Vou Oe Ray Anthony on Vaughn Monro* *T4TIOM*... 4 Record Rally Records Newi; B*nd«Und Scores; Banditand B. B. Roundup Crosby Show Newl :15 Earl Godwin :30 Platter Parade MOLD VDU£ FIRE .'THE NEI/TRO- New*; Patrol Dawn Patrol :00 News & SporU :15 Pastor's Study :30 New* Orcheitrt :45 Concert Favorites 111:30 P. M.—Arthur Oodlwy 12:00 Mldnlirht-Your Hit P««d« 111:90— SATUBDAf 3:00 P. M.—Gene Autry Show S:30 P. M.—P Whltemtn'i T««B Club 8:00 P M.-Weekend Newi 8:00 P M—Show of Show* •:30 P. M.—WrMUlng Malek** 11:00 r. M—lUckM 81S P. M.—Parade of Maifle P M.—On* Mins Family 7:00 P M.—All 9Ur CwT 1952 br NEA 8«rr.e«. IM. VROOOCT 0V "We WW& i W-S 6000 Wf\V?K>OOK> .MRS U9 WbOlVX J "i ' -' GOOO SOMt "T09&" YVS 'S TOVS,'. TUM-PE DUM... Answer to Previous Puzzfe By Oirfe TM* ner CARNIVAL California Caravan HORIZONTAL 56 Formerly 57 Hops' kilrt* 58 It is the state of motion picture - s 59 Observes EI&VAT6R. CHANC56 I'M 6ORKY, BUT IT'LL BE OH. DOCTOR. "-XAT LEA6T A FUU. M\N \NONMUG,PUEN5E\UTE BEFORE THE HURKV...ALLEV -nME-MA£HIME WILL 15 REALLY IN A / 6E READY TO DESPERATE / OPERATE. SITUATION AU. RK3HT, U3VER BOV, rXJW YOU'RE GOING B^CX TO POTSHOT GULCH WITH A RIMS IN YOUR VERTICAL 1 Equipment 2 Shield bearing 3 Falsifier 4 Abandons 5 Tears 6 Rubber tree 7 Perch 8 Hurries 9 Hideous monster 10 Plunder 1 1 Refuse sugar foots 23 Obtains 24 Cease 25 Low haunt 26 Capable 27 Weary 28 Lohengrin's bride 29 Horse color 30 Character 32 Rabbit 35 Ways By WILLIAMS OUT OUR WAY OUR BOARDING HOUSE — WITH MAJOR HOOPLE YOU DOW'T UWPBRSTAMP. WE'VE HAP TW AUTOMOBILE SIX MONTHS, AMP THE SQUEAKY RADIO WEEKS AMP WE CAN'T LIVE WITHOUT THE.M-- AKIP ONE USIN& PUTS THEM OUT OF /MUST Y£>U TKI NOVJ TO S< •S.TAMD LIKE ,. x " ITALL DRAT rr,$AM60N.' I'VE MAD& > tH& TVJELVE LA8OP2.6 OP t HERCULES 6E£M LiK& CHILD'S/^A THEY'P COME TO TH' TABLE TO EAT THEIR MEALS IF I HAD TH' IWFLUEMCE HAVEAROUMO HERE.ER I'P MOT if OFFERING THE PAIMT- E6T HINT OF A f MARTHA VOU AMD POC WHAT 1N5IST6 THAT x T M. Re|. U. 5 Pat. OH. Copr. 1952 bf NEA Strvict, Inc. It doesn't scare me, but it sure scares my stomach!" School Petitions Set for Hearing BORKJ THIRTY YEARS TOO £>OOM WELL,WELL, IF If (SWT T^E AWO SMlTi-l CAME NEAR. YOU BY IM THOSE HOBO CETUPS WEARIM6/ GOSH. ARE WIT GLAD ID SfE YOU, MR.. ^ s \ / FRECKLES! SON/ ILL TAKE TALOW& X WJT THM& * BIS PLWOE kUP 6tARCH ) TERRITORY, *0 THICK. THE CAP& SABLE ABEAy WITH VSANGRPVE:& 1 IT P FOR TUP6S! ^f 6E EAS'/ TO HIDE .... AW BOAT v*W.% PLANE 1 COME PACK HERE VOU LITTLE RUMT. OR LSHOOT COUIPN'T LANP! KDU'ARDSVILLK. •- Changes in school district boundaries are sought in five petitions sel for hearing next month in county court. Two of the petitions, set for hearing June 13. request County Judge Michael Kinney to detach approximately 2-10 square acres of territory from St. Jacob Community Consolidated School District 2 and annex the area to Highland Community Unit District 5. Another petition, to be heard the same date, asks detachment of 408 acres in Chouteau township from Granite City Community Unit District 9 and inclusion of the land in Wood River Elementary District ill I. The other two petitions, filed earlier this week and set for hearing June Iti, ask Judge Kinney lo order detachment of approximately I 1 - square miles of territory from the Bethel school district in St. Clair county and annexation of the area lo Collinsville Community Unit District 9. A proposal to annex the entire Bethel district to the Collinsville unit was defeated at a special election May 3. Plan Fishing Rodeo Saturday At Leclaire Lake 20th Century Club iu Meet at Bunker Hill Hl'NKER HILL. Mrs. Mak-hus Haker gave a book review during the program which followed the business nu-t-ting of the L'Olh Cen- lury Club Tuesday evening al the library with Mrs. Carl Lueking. Mrs. Don Marsh, and Mrs. Tom Stadeliuan as hostesses. Mrs. Dean Stiegemeier was received as a member. Mrs. Paul Seioggms is to buy the service man's gift for June. Mrs R. E. Riggs. Mrs, John Teakerl, and KDWARDSVTLLE — The city's first fishng rodeo for children will be staged from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Saturday at Leclaire lake. Plans for the rodeo, open to children under the age of 15, were announced Friday by Police Chief August Soehlke, convalescing at his home after a recent operation. Nearly 800 fish, all of edible size, wei-e placed in the lake recently by the Illinois Department of Conservation. Prizes are to be awarded to youngsters catching any of the 50 tagged fish placed in the lake. Other awards are offered for the large'st. smallest and greatest variety of fish caught, also for the most original fishing costumes. Any boy or girl under the age of 10 entering the rodeo must be accompanied by a parent or person at least IS years of age. Rules limit the youngsters to use of a single pole and line, but any type of bait is permissable. The Edwardsville Chamber of Commerce, its junior division and the local Sportsman's Club is cooperating in the radio, arranged by Chief Soehlke. If the rodeo proves successful, another will be arranged for later in the summer, but plans are being considered to permit young sters 10 fish in the lake the re mainder of the season on U'ednes- I days troin 4 to 8 p. m., all day • on Saturdays and Sunday alter ' noons. Night lishing and use ol | boats \Nill be prohibited. Head Telegraph Want Ads Daily! j Mrs. Francis Wallers will be the j June hostesses. Nineteen members i were present. 1,5 Big California event of 1849 9 California is a state of the west 12 Great Lake 13 Pseudonym of Charles Lamb 14 Portuguese India 15 Exclamation of sorrow 16 Seines 17 Pilfer 18 Peruse anew 20 Allowances for waste 22 Legal point 23 Driving command 24 Laths 27 Offers 31 Small flaps 32 Strikes 33 Card game 34 is California's biggest industry 35 Red planet 36 Former Russian ruler 37 Make ready 39 Huge being 40 Individual 41 Organ of hearing 42 Fortification 45 Looks fixedly 49 California had an of Spanish rule 50 Direction 53 River valley 54 Correlative of neither 55 Ceremony 19 Roman bronze 36 Screeds 21 Crimson 38 Grass genus 39 Natural channel 41 Compound ether 42 Nevada city 43 God of leva 44 Short barb •tij Uncommon 47 Otherwise 48 Hardens 51 Island in a river 52 Station (ab.) 1 a iy 18 24 31 I 1 * 37 m w » 57 z zs n 3 2b M4 L ''//'.•'.' 36 MO ^ 35 SO ss SB » 1 h •'/•',' • 2,^ 3Z %> ^. SI > ^ 27 il #^ ^ 52 I ^''j'/ K /'/ ' . ty% 41 15 B 20 • */'.'' 39 Zl ^ 3b 53 56 5» 9 H 7 2& 33 % 10 29 f? II JO H3 Jl Bunker Hill FFA Winners Listed BUNKER HILL — Glenn Smith and Jim Hilyard have received the AU State Farmer awards in FFA. Only 2 percent of the boys in the Future Farmers of America organizations can receive this award which is the highest degree any member can receive. The award winners are selected by the FFA state committee and are based on scholastic ability, leadership in the school, activities in the community, and good farm projects. The awards will be presented to the boys June 5 at Champaign. Ardell Kimmel. FFA teacher, will accompany the boys. Attend Conference BUNKER HILL. — The Rov. and Mrs. Donald Lowe left for the Southern Illinois Methodist Conference at Mt. Vernon, Wednesday morning. They will return Sunday evening. Richard C. Noble accompanied them to Mt. Vernon for the Wednesday session. Collie* Hera Turfceji Collies, usually trained as sheep cloys, are used as turkey dogs ;tl Kenion Barnes Farm, East Lothian, Scotland. Haddington reports. There are 6000 turkeys (Bubbly .locks, the Scuts call them) on the farm. Split up into flocks they are rounded up and kept from *traying by these well trained dogs. 1 Telegraph Want Ads Click! Fire District Petition Hearing Set for July 10 EDWARDSVILLE. — County Judge Michael Kinney today set July 10 for hearing on a petition for call of a special election to organize a fire protection district in the South Roxana area. The petition, containing 60 signatures, was filed Wednesday afternoon at. the office of County Clerk Eulalia Hotz. Included in the prn- posed fire protection district would be the unincorporated area known as South Roxana, residences ami buildings at Wanda, all or parts of seven sections in Chouteau township, also all of Section 31 and part of Section 6 in Ft. Russell township. The territory described in the petition for organization as a fire protection district is unincorporated. Excluded are portions of tho. villages of Hartford and Roxana. If the petition is approved at the July 10 hearing, set lor .10 a.m. in county court, a special election will be called in the territory on the question of establishing a fiie protection district lo be known as the "South Roxana Fire I J voteciinn District." The petitior was filed by Attorney Edward D. (Jroshong of East Alton. Bamboo, instead of stool, is IIP. ing used experimentally as IP. inforcement in concrete with ap. parent success.

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