Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1958 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 2, 1958
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1958 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH HewTeHoH FALSE TEETH M«rt Rrmly In fk> your false WMith »nnoy and em- f«w w tupping, aroppiivj « »<*. ling *h«r> you e»t, laugh or talk* just •Dtiftktc !». tittle MSrlirH! on .ThU*IMllM (non-Scl™ I youtpifttM. •n» eouatar. Foter League Caravan To at County Seat Sept. 18 EDWARDSVILLE — A tele gram to Congressman Melvir Price, assuring h 1 m of loci league support in his curt-en fight Against reduction to th« WHIN IT'S . . . SUMMER CLEANING TIME "SUPERIOR" la The HeuaehaM Ward to Quality Mil III OARPIT OLEANINtt £tOL\'~ RUG { CARPET CLEANING enor RIKkttRPET 1636 MAIN Si •• A. A. GRAVES & SONS-ALTON foreign aid budget, was sent following an executive board meeting of the Edwnrdsville League 1 of Women Voters held Tuesday Homing at the home of Mrs. Ralph Knox. General plans and program for the coming league year were discussed and announcement was made that the state league caravan has asked the Edwards* ville chapter to act as hostess to the caravan Sept. 18. The local group has accepted the. invitation and is now ."ompHing plans for the workshops and luncheon which will be a feature of the stale caravan. It is expected that the court reform amendment will be the featured topic at the September 18 meeting here. Mrs. James L. Reed, of theloc al chapter, is planning a series of coffees to be held at her home during August and September for the purpose of informing Edwardsville league members on the issues involved in the court reform movement. The league board will next meet Aug. 5. Healthy Qties* EDINBURGH ff — More than 30 underwater swimmers will spend a weekend in June trying to photograph the elusive Monster oi Loch Ness. Read Telegraph Want Ads. : s, >nwit&, ^ » NOTICE-INDEPENDENCE DAY, JULY 4 LEGAL HOLIDAY ) •':*»;. • ' • - ; • \ .'.-,"> ' * 1 The Following Banks Will Observe Friday, July 4, as a Legal Holiday and Will Not be Open for Business. V, . ' ' Alton Banking and Trust Co., Alton Bethalto National Bank, Bethalto First National Bank and Trust Co., Alton First National Bank, Wood River Illinois State Bank/ East Alton The Bank of Alton, Alton METER MAIDS LEARNING Two regular "Meter Maids" and an alternate learn from James Strand the Inside working parts of a parking meter. From the left are Mrs. Marie Steele, Mrs. Margaret Brittin, Strand, Mrs. Grace Billings. After a period of instruction, they will take over duties with the meters.—-Staff Photo. County Seat Wants Signal At Vandalia and U.S. 66 EDWARDSVILLE — A resolu-jplacing of the signals, it is re- lion to install an electric Irafficjported. stems from the state en- signal at the intersection of Van-iginecrs' objections to "walk and dalia street. (Bypass U.S. 661 and' Kansas street, in preference to two other locations, was adopted by the City Council Tuesday night. Another resolution, to install a signal at Vandalia and Main, was defeated in a vote. An additional resolution for the placing of a signal at Vandalia and Buchanan did not come up for aldermanic vote. All three resolutions were introduced by City Engineer Joseph Cronin. Cronin introduced the revised resolution at the June 17 City Council meeting, with signals at the three intersections eliminated, which he said the state engineers would not approve. Aldermen then, however, would not appixve the revised plan unless some sort of electric signal installations were included at the intersection. The Vandalia-Kansas signal won over the other two, because of the frequent traffic of children crossing there. Most of the difficulty in FRIGIDAIRE 2-DOOR AT LOWEST PR SAVE $91.95 Reg. $439.95 Our Special "BUY NOW" Price only wait" features on a state route. In addition, there is a problem of traffic being slowed if a signal is placed at each of the three intersections. A motion to approve the authorization of the city legal department; to appeal the Dunlap Property Owners Association suit against the city, alleging the pollution of Dunlap Lake by City sewers, was passed. Corporation Counsel D. M. Buckley said he felt the Dunlap Lake group had; USE not proven their case and ."it warrants an appeal to a higher court." The council adopted a resolution to accept the streets in Grandview addition subdivision. The territory had previously been annexed in 1953, with the streets excluded. Edwardsville Library Committees Appointed EDWARDSVILLE -Paul Meyer, president of the library board appointed committees for the coming year at a special board meeting Monday evenng in the Boeschenstein Memorial Room of the Public Library. Committees appointed are: personnel, Mrs. George M u s s o. Mrs. Henry Dohle, Dr. William E. Bush; books, Dr. Kate Parker Smith, Mrs. Joseph Turner, Mrs. Norman Wells; building, j Dr. Bush, Mrs. Turner, Paul Meyer; finance, Mrs. D. H. Mudge Sr., Mrs. Dohle, Dr. Smith; memorial room, Mrs. E, H. Stolze, Mrs. Mudge. Mrs. Mudge reported to the board on the secretary of state's conference for library boards of directors held May 26-27 in Springfield to which she was a local board delegate. Mrs.. Wells and Dr. Smith also attended the conference. There will be no meeting of the library board in July. DC Gaulle Visits Area Of Moroccan Frontier ORAN, Algeria (AP)—Premier cle Gaullo visited the Moroccat frontier area today on the SPCOIK day of his military fact-finding tour of Algeria. The' soldier - premier Tuesday surveyed the sensitive Tunisiar frontier region, which long ha been the principal trouble area in the 44-month-old Algerian nation fiist rebellion. Most rebel supplies filtre across the Tunisian border. TO RELIEVE MISERY OF BOILS PRID SALVE Draws, promotes healing — mlno cius. scratches, bruises, wounds 35c and Me at drui stores MHLC IICMCDY CO, tl. l»ul« 1, «•!••• H I JUST TOOK A LOOK AT OUR SAVINGS PASSBOOK! You'll smile, too, when you see your savings account grow at Piasa Building and Loan. Open your account now! Cowet/THIRDoffti STATE StaetV • ALTON • Phone Alton's Oldest Association — Since 1887 RED-RIPE AND SWEET WATERMELONS ALL SIZES ON SALE CALIF. 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