Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1954 · Page 4
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!i WMU flfl BetllfllfO fO ' at thP quarterly meeting of the to attend. Mr*. tl . r» f^ Madison County Associations) , IS pre-ioV-nt. -JlOSt V,OtintV Crrotlp? j Woman s Missionary Vninn. Fri ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Wallace BETHALTO. - The Woman', SIN I \-one \ears is the longest A lunrheon at noon «ill he f'cmd bet ween adoption of any |lissionaty Union of the First i served hv the host oixani/.-tlion. • t«o amendments m thr f S fr.ii- Baptist Church will be host rluh ' All ladies intprested are invited stitution tn Ht>ri(t \ Snnn«- Sprvirr at Itvlhaltn YMCA ! ( -"t««g* Hilla K Summer Program \ + : h +<* THICKEST m trt IM »ot«§ SMARTEST fltxtbl* upper* NEATEST *,-*• .. •form HUSKIEST pack* th« wear of 2 pair* BOMBSHELL BLUCHER Special Purchase! Usually '10.95 117 W. THIRD ST. the Kaster festival with a HKrHAf/IO. JTill Stewart. ; sunrise service at fi:30 a.m. Sun- nn insini'-tor in thf> srhnol dis-i day. frlct at fottaee HilK has been , Af , r .,. , hf . sm .j,. p> (ho r>) named d.rrrfw of the summer j Soc.ety will <e, A c , hr . pi-opram^o^ the Civir- Memorial I Kaster breakfast. There A fullin-wenk YMCA prawn m InV^^be "recciv'^'^veryone ' will hewn in nild-funr. it «HS an-1 is invMed I nount-Pd, uilh the srhedille al- ' ready outlined, find softbiill and other rocreation. Hunt at Ix-Rlrm > on Strip Is Cnrnitnl Journey ! tu Lns Ff c«» Let's lii-ri rtAf.ro. divided ifilfi Ht Icjist t rTit age t'roiipv, u-jll about l.fMK) Ka.sler r T . ,. , „ . , ! ,T, 7 ll0 "' Wi " mPf> ' i ,' I'"'" "'"'" Mn Ka " tf>r mnvio !«ill be shown. followed bv an ! K " slrr ;innn;il hunt Ht IhP I^r^ion Marn Siiiul;iy ;it 2 p. m , Thr> Pvrnt is ^/H)nsorp(! annually by the Bo- lh;illo Vnlnnlorr Fii-prnnn's Asso- i'i;il ion. A jjrnnd pri/ro, pin* othr-r IP«S- fi i-hildrcn, | K iound-!. Scout !»fl|HT Collecllon fOTI'Af;!-; HILLS. - Tl,,. p, O y .Scouts here wilj make a coller"- for '•r fiwiirds. will hf and '•Hcli p'li'irjpant will if ( pivp a IfCflt, It \\7IS slHtwI. Tim fin-men „,.. lo the site of the hunt. Those newlini; IninsporlM- lion ;ire asked lo n«'her al I'relin's Store here. Kircinen will di lies. tion of old nr-wHpapers and mag- nxlnp.s SHturday. Those dp.iirinB to rontrihntp ;n-p rpqueslPd to ti« the papers ;<nd m«R«zinps in hundles or them in boxes, «nd UCT Sponsors Sofvly Poslu Contest in A r th-tri pither in the from yard or nn the port-h. Mary Pirkfnnl $22,500 Diamond Clip HOLLYWOOD A> ~ M !lr y Pick- i lie activi- f.,rd lost a $22,300 diamond clip last Monday In a Sunwl Strip ifKlaurant, she reported lo sheriff's deputies. She said Wndnesdaj I lie clip, part of a bracelet, con sisted of one Zl-carat cmeralrl-cu cannry diamond and 102 baguette diamonds, set in platinum. There is no part of the Sahara Alton Council 173, United Com- r ' Pse '' t t)lal rf '«-'s not get some rain rsnfet'v 1 ^sliT' 1 S tMlIi H |rT l S 0 7hls pnr ! m|inl RnH Vmrtrr'MlonT*. «rca, which ,s airiliatoc? with a T'' u n ,° f IQ)mmPrrp - (:i ' atl - nationiil contest In be held in Mil- j ', " . , m umikcc, .June 19. Ifl54 (ierald "" ni '"" lf>ss - »i-«vin K must be ballon, xrninr coimsnlor, and C. I'aul Crivcllo, secrotary, have announced. All posters MunUjtled must deal with safely only and judg- iiiK uill be done by the art de- narimr-iil r>f public schools, safely committee of the Police De- mounted on bristrtl or art board no lai-Rcr than '1'i by 28 inches. Names of contestants must be in a sealed envelope attached to hack of the poster. All entries must be submitted to Met- calf-Millcr sport Roods store at 408 K. Broadway not lalor than 5 p. m. May 3. isfer hosp/f$//fy,.. Rpward your Easter- egg hunters with what thry likr linst — ice-cold liottles of flavor and frost oodness of (.ioke are always welroinp 35 Springtime, to young and old. Be ready with wholesome refreshment ... et extra cartons of Coke today. faster This sign, at your dealer's, reminds to take horn* enough Coke. . U «0«, .u.HB.nt 0» ,H, COCA.COt* C COCA- CO I. A BOTTLINQ C &, A I. T O N, ,, Hit. IMf COC4<OU CO***MT B.i BOB THOMAS LAS VKGA.S, Nev. ,P — Ifike a trip on the strip. Every night is carnival night on the Las Vegas strip, which has 10 times the glitter and glamor of the «iins-f strip in Hollywood. So we'll four the spots and talk to some of the world's hij<be.st paid shills i definition: Those hired to induce gambling). First stop is the Sahara, which i* a symbol of the town's boom. A new UIHK i.s being started. dr.-ubling the number of rooms.' And that still won't be enough to accommodate the crowds. i Starring at the Sanara are the Ames Brothefc. a towering quartet : of clever singers, and George Go-; ; bel, who looks more like a gradu- i ' ate student in anthropology than a cotnie. But he's a very funny! i man. N'BC must think so, having : signed him for five years for his own show, which may start in the : fall. He'll fly to Fort Worth Sun| day to do the comedy hour. ; "I sang and played the guitar on radio in Chicago before the war," George tells us. "I was a : parlor comedian, .but never told a l.ioke on the air. But when I was I in the army—I flew B26's—I got a (chance to do some comedy. I've doingj it ever sine' THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1954 that you never bey time had We mo\ where Pa Say. there' few potmd: Doris Da stakes. A hear a ni; livers some current songs. Mostj of 'em sin? so many old standards e on the Desert Inn. ti Page is headlining. 's a cute dish: With a shelved, she could rival jn the movie sweep- d what a pleasure to jht club singer who de- oman Smuggler , at New York wish the begnine had' n and Alexander's Rag- isbanded. Iran's financial situation is looking ux Tehran reports, since its receipt of the first installments in United States grant aid. Approximately 5,000.000 people die of tufcrculosis throughout the world every year. NEW YORK ^-An Israeli worn- an. who pleaded guilty to smus- eling more than $100.000 worth ot uncut diamonds into the Uniteri States, Wednesday was sentenced to a year and a day in prison. But Federal Judge Matthew T Abruzzo told Mrs. Ruth Hakohn, 28. of Tel Aviv, he would reduce her sentence to time already served in jail— if she left the country and paid her own passage to Israel. Her attorney said he hoped to obtain a visa for her within .10 days. She was arrested last Feb. 10 at Idlewild airport. NEW... 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