Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1956 · Page 9
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH , JULY 13, IS PAGE TEN Brighton Girl Steps On Rake, Injures Foot Karen F.vvin, 6. H Brighton girl, was brought to Alton Memorial Hospital Tuesday for treatment of foot injury, suffered when she stepped on the pronR.5 of n rake. She left the hospital after emergency treatment, Also lyealert at the hospital and then dismissed were Mrs. Mildred Bootripht 1214 Hazel Dr.. who incurred an in.iury to her left wrist in a fall from a dirtir. and Louis Martin, 17, of 722 Alby St., victim of a finger injury, sustained when a car door was closed on her hand. Grin Through FARMINGTON, N. M. /P-The letter was addressed to "The Shepherd School, Farmington, N. M." The postmaster tried Gene Shepherd, a faculty member at the high school. No. Then he tried Mrs. Gene Shepherd, who has a dancing school. No. Then he had a thought and sure enough, it was meant for the Navajo Methodist Mission which runs a school in the summer for Indian Shepherds and children who can't attend during the regular term. Canvas Awnings KEEP YOU COOLER CAMPBELL TENT 4 AWNINQ CO. 100 Central Ave. Alton >•,, „• U 5 WCAIHtK OWRfAU 0«m>tm* MEETING OF'ROYALTY—Princess Margaret curt. ,,. „_.„! _r I—„ ne *lt« AliHHln F.n.et monnrcll MrjrjJ.lWW <J* iMji^mjL*—*. 11 ••«-»-••'•' *'—-n sies to Kinc Faisal of Iraq as the Middle East monarch arrives Monday at London'*.Victoria Station for thmj day slate visit in Britain. Queen Elizabeth II and her mother complete the royal quartet. Visible in left back, ground is Sir Anthony Eden, British prune minister. (AP Photo) . I'rcforem-e MARLJN, Tex. X — No one can explain it, but. the kind of storks who bring twins seem to like a small section in the northwest part of this town of 7,000. More than a dozen sets live there, with only a scattering in the rest of town. INSURED MOTH-PROOF CLEANING AT NO EXTRA COST Dr.PaidW.Clark Associate Of Dr.M.T.Pennell 30-DAY WEATHER FORECAST — These maps, based on those supplied July 16 by the United States Weather Bureau, forecast the probable rainfall and tem- peraturcs for the next 30 days. (AP Photo) Voting Places Listed For Wheat Quota Referendum EDWARDSVILLE — Voting places in Madison County for the wheat marketing quota referendum to be held July 20 were designated today by Albert F. Eberhart, chairman of the Jounty Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee. The polling places are as follows: Alhambra township -Alhambra Grain & Feed Co.; Collinsville township — Farm Implement Service; Edwards ville township - Klueters Feqd Store; Ft. Russell township — Liberty Prairie Church basement; Foster township — Worts Store; Godfrey- Godfrey Town Hall; Hamel "- Hamel Town Hall; Jarvis- Troy Grain Co.; Leef-Grantfork Firemens Hall; Marine - American Legion Hall; Moro-Moro Twon Hall; Nameoki-Chouteau- Venice-IOOF Hall at Nameoki; New Douglas; Royal Neighbors Hall; Olive-Linvingston Town Hall; Omphghent - VV o r d e n Council Room; Pin Oak-Town Hall; St. Jacob-Community Hall; Saline-Hrlevtia, F.M.B.A. Elevator; and Wood River-Bethalto Town Hall. Growers eligible to vole in the wheat quota referendum are all those who will have more than 35 acres of wheat for harvest on a farm in 1957. These farmers (have been or are being) notified of their wheat allotments. Quotas do not affect, those farmers xvho harvest 15 acres or less ol wheat for grain on a farm. If quotas are approved by at least two-thirds of the growers voting in the wheat referendum, the quotas will remain in effect for 1957. and the price support will be available to farmers who have' complied with their farm wheat allotments at a level between 75 and 90 per cenJt parity. Those fanners who exceed the larger of the farm allotment or 15 acres will be subject to a penalty of 45 per cent Lnfttrftffe in Britain Again— 1'esrnlng; to Fly The wheel has turned a full circle, British commentators note. At the Royal Air Force station at Feltwell, England, three Germans, all wartime aces of Goering's Luftwaffe, are starting airesh to learn how to fly. All are former regular airmen but. have done little flying since the war's end. One worked In a textile plant, another ran H nports and shoe shop. They will return to Germany to teach pilots of the new West German Air Force. Meanwhile they swap stories with men who a dozen years ago tried to shoot them out of the skies. ! St. Louis Grand Jury Charts Future Course All U.S. states taxes by 1929. had gasoline of the parity price for wheat on the excess production. If more than one-third of the growers voting disapprove the quotas, they will not be in effect, and price support will be available to farmers who have complied with their farm wheat allotments at 50 per cent of parity. ST LOUIS i/fl - The future coin-so of an investigation into tax candals in the Truman admim- Iration will bo discussed by a ederal grand jury in a meetrng lere today. , Wyllys S. Newcomb. special assistant to the U. S. attorney gen- >ral, will meet with the jury to discuss the Justice Department's ntentions in the inquiry. The investigation was suspended prior to the trial of Matthew ^ Connelly and T. Lamar,Caudle who were convicted of conspiracy June 14. The jurors In a special interim report before the trial complained that the inquiry was being sidetracked and other indictments could be returned. Government attorneys disagreed, saying there wasn't time in this jury's term, which expires next' Monday, for completion of any remaining phases of the inquiry. "Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" at the Evanston Hospital at Evanston. <He recently completed his residency at St. Francis Hospital at Peoria. He served three years in the Navy during World War II. We Give TOP VALUE STAMPS OUR "TRUCLEEN" DRY CLEANING Will Make Your'Clothes « 6 TIMES CLEANER Another Woman? HEMET, Calif., /P—Druggist Hal Longacre is slightly puzzled by a' letter received from a woman to whom he sold some medicine. "Since taking the medicine," she wrote, "I am another woman. Needless to say, my husband is delighted." Tribe Trouble BILLINGS, Mont. UP)— An of ficial of the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in northern Montana says his people are troubled by tribal administration, credit, alcohol and health facilities. Joseph Iron Pipe, leader of a delegation on Blackfeet prob lems, told Indian Bureau area office In Billings that "liquor as it is used now is a great detriment to the Blackfeet people." REPAIR& RE MODEL . NOW! fci Home Improvement Loans ^Specialty Here! First National Bank & TRUST COMPANY in Alton Third and Belle Streeti • A ' ton - IIIIno!l MEMBER rBDEHAt DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Notice of Civil Service Examination An examination of applicants for appointment to the Fire Department of the City 'of Alton. Illinois, will be held at the City Hall, Alton, Illinois on Tuesday. July 24 IPSO, at 7 p.m. Applicants must have resided in the City of Alton, Illinois, for one year preceding the date of examination, must be over twenty-one Oil years of age, and not over thirty-five (35) years of age, and must conform to the schedule prescribed by the Civil Service Rules. Inquire about this opportunity for qualified persons. Finmen rtceive $325.00 per month. Ritinmtnt Benefits after twtnty (20) years' sirvict and fifty yiars of age. Interested person* may secure additional information and application blanks at Police Desk, City Hall, or from Secretary Arnold Gibson, a West Elm, Alton. Application Must be Filed by July 21, 1956. By Order of the Civil Service Commission. ARNOLD GIBSON, Secretary. 'jHVjyyn.^fH'-frv ' ' "V ' -''- r 'M'""" "•-—" /y^T *v*v w^«^w^-^'<iW^^^^^^X^^e^8«t'^'*^*J!JW3^^ ^ ""^ ^ ^^ t •*• rt ' ^k |H 50« holds your sete«tion_oniil ?g Laundarirt • Dry Clunirs • Ru| Cleaners Free Pick-Up and Delivery Service 909 EAST BROADWAY DIAL 3-8877 DR. PAtLW, CLARK Dr!"Paul W. Clark, former resident in obstetrics and gynecology at St. Francis Hospital in Peoria, has become an associate m trie office of Melvin T. Pennell, M.D., the latter announced today. Dr. Clark who was born in Ottawa, 111., is married and the father of three children. 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