Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 16, 1960 · Page 24
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 16, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELBORAPH THURSDAY, JUNE it, 1900 WeteJfVtR- Labot tJWW Local • Officers __ m£ ., -. --- 338 were tit re^eHHt Mr three year terms duf» Ing prttMtnbtrBtilp election this ft ina announced today itt^^MJiAd^^ KDWWJHt tftM^^^^ uumi •ml PMMRH, DUHtWSS tarn*; lan rines, assistant to* and JoHi VI* •ecretary-treasww. Jem Ball. Tom Fnwe and Alto Mafflby wfre elwted to the ex- Qve board. there were 906 ballots cast from a total membership of 842, it was California's state motto is ••Bureka," a Greek word meaning "1 have found it." GET'EM TOG ETHER... Ice Cream Seven-Up ICE CREAM ON YMCA SVMMER STAFF From left, .James Wlgger, Jack Perrin, and Walter ftrantley, who have fttinched the summer program o factivltip*.—Staff Photo. Summer Program Activities Launched by YMCA Staff will receive bids to: ' i A delay in the hearing was or- Furnish, fabricate, paint anH|dnred Wednesday when it was The staff has launched th«|»vl!le. Mo., Teachers College, summer program at Alton (he will teach Industrial arts YMCA. 635 Jack Perrln, Penning Ave., Wood River, will be swim Instructor. A graduate of Kirk- and field coach the football at Mr-hlville, Mo., back- High BOXSTORAGE FOR WINTER WOOLENS Dial HO 5-8877 NOTHING TO PAY TILL FALL Mt. Hope Long horn CHEESE By the AC* Piece Lb. HUB Fresh Dressed Doily FRYERS HENS Finest Quality Practically Boneless PORK ROAST . . - 37c Choice Pork Steaks. <»43c KREY'S CHILI. . •» 55c Krey'd SKINLESS WIENERS-49c Sw«*t Rasher of SLICED BACON 2 - 85c Krey's PORK SAUSAGE. . - 35c Clover Farm White TABLE NAPKINS 2-~20o Drink—Ready to Serve JUS-MADE . . . <", 39c Four Flavors Clover Farm ' • ' PAPER TOWELS . 2- 35c MILNOT .... 3 29c Clover Farm Blue Lake Cut GREEN BEANS . 2,Z49e Diablo Valley Sliced Elberta PEAOHES . . . PET NflLK . . . 7 - .1.00 SARAN WRAP .'. 2» Boxen Clover Farm Colored TOILET TISSUE. 12 1.00 Empire DOG FOOD . . 14-1,00 DAISY BROOMS . . 1.00 Clover Farm Barbecue Sauce 2 ^ 57c MM. Lane'* C.S. Golden CORN .... 2 303 7Q|* Can* MC Buy Two—Get One Free No. I RED POTATOES 10 •- 45c BANANAS. . . 2' 29c Vine Ripened TOMATOES . . . • 29c California—113 Size ORANGES. . . . ' 59c Cucumbers and PEPPERS. . . . 2' 15c School in the fall. James Wlgger. 2253 Alby st. ( Alton, will conduct the summer gym classes for boys and men. He Is a graduate of Southeast, crn Missouri Teacher's College at Cape Glrardeau. He teaches at East Junior High School in Alton, and is assistant track coach at Alton Senior High. Walter Brantley assumed the post of physical director of the YMCA Wednesday. He is married and lives with his wife, Norma Jeanne, at 916A Milton Rd. He is a graduate of Eastern Illinois University, where he was on the varsity swimming team and the exhibition gym nasties team. Brantley will have charge of all YMCA physical activities and is a permanent staff member. Regular staff members have been assigned summer duties. Robert Rhodes, youth secretary, is at present conducting boys' camp, at Camp Piasa in the Pere Marquetfe area. He is director of all youth activities and will have charge of canoe trips for high school boys In July and August. Frrdy Valdez, coach of the swimming team, will continue to coach the team this summer and will return to the YMCA in September as swim instructor. Special features of the summer program include classes in gymnastics for boys, high school students and young men .These classes include tumbling, trampoline, parallel bars, Hying rings and a gymnastic horse. These classes will be instructed by Perrin and Brantley. Other classes include sports, gym and swimming classes for boys. Sumifier adventure trips will be conducted each Wednesday afternoon. Men's summer program includes i learn to swim classes, handball and individual workout, exercise apparatus, steam room and gymnasium are available. Stolen Horse, Rider Found of Colllnsville. Erect a two three-span parallel bridges over Canteen Creek OP F.A.I. Rt. 70 two and a half miles west of Collihsville. Erect the nine-span Sand Prairie Lane grade separation structure three miles west of Collinsville for which materials are asked in another bid. In Alton Aik Landscaping Bids For McAdams Highway SPRINGFIELD - BMta to landscape a section of Me* Adams highway end also ft section of U.S. Alternate Rl. 67 between East Alton and CahokM Drainage Canal have been caller* by Illinois Division of Highways. The landscaping project along McAdams highway extends ,7d of a mile in the new construction area, while the project between East Alton and Cahokin canal Is approximately five and a half mUes long. Bids wifl be received July 1. In addition, the department Race Track Hearing Slated This Afternoon EtnVAKDSVtLLE - Scheduled for 9:30 a.m. today before Circuit Judge James 0. Monroe Jr., hearing on an application by four Meadowbrook area couples for temporary injunction to close the motorcycle race track in the vicinity was deferred tal» til this afternoon. deliver a nine-span beam separ anticipated that jury trial of a ation structure carrying Sand rlvil suit in which Judge Mon Prairie Lane over F.A.I. Rt. 70, i roe was presiding would extend approximately three miles west through this mornirfg. The easr. however, was concluded when the jury returned a sealed verdict Wednesday night. , Closin'g of the track is sought by the four couples oh grounds it constitutes a nuisance and a traffic hafea/d in the area. The great blue heron has a small comb atached to his middle claw and uses it to preen Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily'his feathers. PONG Dciidously refreshing-»frull drink blend ol sunny •range and pineapple t Ideal for the children, too— Bon«carbonat«d, Vitamin C •nricbed. Ready to •erve-ojust chill. To; STOKILV.VAN OAMP. ING. •ex No. 110S-P, Clinton, Iowa Here ere ttoe l«b«l» from two Regular (28 oz.) eene or one karg* (49 9*,) een of 8tok*iy'» Pong. Plete* eend me 86j in ce«n. good only In continent*/ U S A •nd Hawaii. V«Jd wh|i«vtr: Un«d, prohibited, rtttrtoUtf or ltc«n*« r«- auir«d DM lor aay eth*r purport »h»n «» U'puUtMt 6«n»titut«» fraud. C«*h rtdtmyUan v»*u« 1/20 of 1 e»»t C«*r MffU** 4««U»t The "good old days" when! horse-thief detective societies flourished In the rural areas about Alton were recalled late Wednesday afternoon when Alvin Rex Bradshaw of West Alton stopped at Alton police station to ask aid in recovering his i saddle horse which had been ridden away from his premises a short time earlier. Bradshaw, who had driven to Alton in pursuit of his horse, said he had learned a youth rode the missing steed across the Clark Bridge into Alton about 15 minutes ahead of him. Policeman Robert Churchich came into headquarters just as Bradshaw was making his report. He recalled passing aj horse and rider on Alby street a ( few minutes earlier. '• The West Altonian set out in j renewed pursuit, and Churchich | sped north on Alby in a police car. They overtook the horse and a barefoot rider in the 3100- block. Bradshaw reclaimed the horse, and the rider was taken to the police station where he gave his name as Jim Elder, 20. According to the police report, i Elder said he was AWOL from > Ft. Leonard Wood. Ho signed a waiver of requisition 10 tie escorted back to Si. Charles County. i 3,000 Kyukyiw Demonstration NAHA, Okinawa (AP) - Three thousand Ryukyuan demonstrators clashed with club-swinging police outside the residence of Chief Executive Seisaku Ota Wednesday night in a protest, against a proposed tax hike. No one was injured. , Both. California and Nevada have on* automobile for every 2.3 penms, highest in the nation. Telegraph Want Ada "Click." ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Me^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^e^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^e^^^^^^^^^ STRAWBERRIES BRANDS BERRY FIELDS 1 mile east of Brighton, Brown St. Road PR 2-3145 35c Qt.-3 for $1.00 $5.00-16-Qt. Crate 10 Gratis tr M»rt-$4,80 • Cnti Pick Your Own - 20c Qt. BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINERS. FR14AT. 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