Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1960 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, June 20, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH , Jb^fc pper Alton Mews Events MBMCMS8 90 'MD Maswy BlbJi elan 0! thl llppdr Alton Btptirt CfcttMfl tMIl rN»M a ptenle at. the WeHtwer Club grounda, shelter house No. 2, Tuesday eve* ntng at 6:30. Sfri. Ptulme Chapman, Mm. > Harriet Lyon, Mrs. Alverlda and Mrs. Ruby Twitch. •H will act as hostesses. fUCBBKAB fJtftCLK FLAMS HfclBTINO The Rebekah Circle of the College Avenue Presbyterian Church will meet Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Raf Bi Gibson, 2313 Falrvlew Dr., for a covered dtsh supper. Beverages and dessert will be furnished by the hostesses, Mrs. Wayne Hook. Tyler and Mrs. Bud VISIT FRIENDS BVBUN1UDR BILL Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Emmons, Tarpon Spring*, Fla., who are visiting friends and relatives in the Alton area, Mr. and Mrs. William Gabriel, 3315 College Ave., Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wood, Dorsey, and Walter Gabriel, Godfrey, spent Saturday af BOXSTORAGE FOR WINTER WOOLENS Dial HO 5-8877 NOTHING TO PAY TILL FALL Wrtioon at the Emit Heatte home in Bunker Hfli. WILLIAM DORPftR TAKEN TO HOSPITAL William Doepke. 300 Porter St., was taken to Missouri Pacific Hospital in St. Louis Sunday with SPVPIV chest pains. Mrs. Doepkr said that the extent of Doepke'.s illness has not yet been ascertained. Doepke is a retired employe of Missouri Pacific. STRIKES PARKED CAR ON AMELIA An automobile driven by Henry Gavin, 3812 College Ave., struck the car of Fred Jones, E. St. Louis, while the Jones' vehicle was parked on Amelia street. According to police, Jones was parked about 30 feet from the intersection of Main street and Amelia when the accident occurred, and Gavin was turning from Main onto Amelia. VEHICLES COLLIDE ON MILTON ROAD AT ROBIN Vehicles driven by L. I. McWaters, 46, of 3701 Wickenhauser, and John Shan, Granite City, collided Sunday at Milton road and Robin street. Both vehicles were traveling south on Milton road at the time of the accident. .MRS. GILBERT 8TOTLER TO UNDERGO SURGERY Mrs. Gilbert Stotler, 1509 Jersey St., entered Alton Memorial Hospital Sunday to undergo surgery. A member of the family said that Mrs. Stotier will remain in the hospital until Thursday or Friday. AUTOMOBILES COLLIDE AT BROADWAY AND BROOKSIDE Autos driven by Eloise Gray, 18, of 211 Ferguson Ave., Wood River, and Jack M. Clemensen, 35, Granite City, collided Sun- day at the intersection of Broadway and Brookside. According to police, the Clemensen auto struck the rear of the Gray machine as Miss Gray was attempting to mnko a turn from Broadway into Brookside. BRAN COMPLAINS OF BOY* STKALINO BALM | Harold Bean of the Alton Recreation Department railed police Sunday to report that boys were^ stealing golf halls at the city golf course. He stated that he College awmre near Evergreen street. The vehicles were traveling fn opposite directions on College avenue when the mishap occtirrpd. Damage to both cars was oon- fined to scraped paint. MRS. GAIL SHAW GIVEN STORK SHOWER A stork shower WBR given for Mrs. Gail Shaw at the Owens club grounds Friday by Mrs. Doris Doss and Mrs. Sue Nose- had called one boy over to the , hanan MrR clubhouse and that the boy had, Mra HeJen three balls In his pocket jconni* Franz. The boy s .father was informed I Thw , wprp ]4 ( for „ wer(? won b Mrg Nan , ;y T |er Mrg Vj ^ Bu . gnd PRESCRIPTIONS at are • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy 2810 Stati St. — North Alton — Qial HO 5-5313 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE of the Incident. CAT AND KITTENS THROWN IN YARD Mrs. Harry Smith, 3323 Badley St., reported to police Sunday that someone had thrown a cat and some kittens In her yard during the night. Mrs. Shaw's husband has Just i completed basic training at Ft. jBennlng, Ga. BAPTIST BIBLE SCHOOL ENTERS SECOND WEEK | Interest Is running high as the ! vacation Bible school of the Up- !pcr Alton Baptist Church en- NEW POST OFFICE Architect's drawing of the new post office which will he constructed soon on east side of Rt. 07 between Elm and Mulberry streets in Godfrey. Contract was awarded to City Fuel and Supply Co. Contract Signed for New Godfrey Post Office She was instructed hy off leers itprs its sepond WPek to contact the AAAAA. INVESTIGATE REPORT OF NIGHT PROWLER The enrollment stands at 170. i Thr (inal session of the school 'will he a worship service conducted by the children on Sun- WASHINGTON — Sen. Everett JDirksen, <R., 111.) has been advised by Postmaster General Arthur E. Summerfield that a Rep. Mack Asks South African* had better Mart saving for their TV lets tecmas the government te *owi fotog to have to take pMtUws steps to install It, according to O. W. Brodie of Pretoria, organiser of the Telmrtrton Society of South Africa. North Alton News fO MUBT can be of pressure from either the executive or legislative branches." Mack said thts makes the GAO "the ideal agency to scrutinize the expense accounts of House members and committees. The Golden Circle win meat Wednesday at 10 a.m. tt Northside Shelterhouse. Thejre *1B be a sack luqeh at noon. PRR.TEKN8 fO BAVB CORONATION The Curran Homes Pre-Teens will have a coronation Thursday evening at 8 p.m. BOHOBBD AT FATtlBS Charles Darnel? of 1253 Yeakel St., was honored Sunday it a Father's Day dinner at the home of his two daughters. Mrs. Don Rushing and Miss Patricia Darnell. Gassy? Mtp Heart On 3 THm taMr ItYTfwM NWrWlttWWWI SfPH ' tb nwMIM ) titm n MM* Police Sunday investigated aidny at 7 p.m. report that there was a prowler i An exhibit of work done in contract has been signed for thej construction and lease to the Post; Office Department of a new post office building at Godfrey, III. looking in the windows of theithp school and a social hour in I Thp Dresler Nursing Home at A20<pf. (: k Hall will follow the serv-! College Ave. Officers were unable to find any evidence of the prowler. OARAGE DOOR LEFT OPEN •• n-e. KI;NAWAY AI;TO CAUSES i HAVOC ON MAIN STREET j An automobile driven by Mary ilxni Mann, 51. of 2612 Judson Police Sunday investigated a re-- St., went out of control In the port that a garage door had beenjUjOO block of Main street' Sun- Ittft open at the rear of Dick's Drug i day. Store, 1426 Washington Ave. I According to police, the driv- Officers found that thr door was open, and they notified the owner by telephone. REPORTS CHILDREN PLAYING IN STREETS Mrs. Reuben Jouett, 1201 Spaulding Ave., called police Sunday to report that there were children playing in the street near her home, and that they constituted a hazard to traffic. She told officers that children had been riding wagons down the street. Police investigated the complaint, but found no children in the streets in the area. Officers also investigated a complaint of this nature at 600 Anderson, but again were unable to find the children. SCOUT TROOP LEAVES FOR CAMP Scout troop 79, sponsored by the Alton Gospel Tabernacle, and Scoutmaster Gilbert Burnam, started a week at Camp Warren Levis today. A special rules meeting was held at the home of the scoutmaster before the group left for camp. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Burnam. CARS BRUSH EACH OTHER ON COLLEGE AVE. Automobiles driven by Frank L. Termine, 22, of Springfield, and Abbott S. Wittels, 40, of 204', 2 Stale St., brushed each other Sunday on er apparently fell asleep at the wheel. The car struck a utility pole at 1625 Main St., and went into reverse. The accelerator stuck, and the car backed across Main at a high rate of speed. After traveling through a yard and between houses at 1618 and Ifi22 Main St., the car struck a picket fence, demolished an aluminum boat, and came to rest against a garage. Both the driver of the car, and a passenger. William Gissal. were given emergency treatment Hospital. at Alton Memorial successful bidder is City Supply Co., Alton. Groundbreaking and construction will begin soon, with occupancy set for Nov. 1, 1960. The lease will run for 10 years, with two 5-year renewnl options included in the contract. For Congress WASHINGTON - (Special) Congressman Peter F. Mack Jr. (D-I11.) announced today that he was introducing a bill to require a government audit of Congressional expense funds. "We have imposed a heavy The entire building will be O fi burden of taxation on the peo- fuce brick. The new building wllliP le of this country," Mack said be located on the east side ofl in a R Peech prepared for deliv- Highway 67 between Mulberry i er V in the House. "They have a and Elm streets. i right to know how tnei;r monev The new post office will provide '*. furthermore.'• the Car]in . ville Congressman added. "I be- to 2,683 square feet of .ntenor floor space, a 200 square oot loadmg )jeve Qwe platform, and 5.260 square fee of parking and truck maneuveiingj Specifications also call for air conditioning, new modern lighting and equipment, including a low, open patron-servce counter. BUILDING OR REMODELING? BE A QUEEN IN YOUR BUILT-IN KITCHEN GRABNER REPORTS YOUTHS GIVING HIM TROUBLE Walter Grabner, 1648 Washington Ave., reported to police Sunday that there were suspicious youths in his area. Grabner said that they had been running through his yard and generally "giving him trouble." Police investigated the complaint and took two youths into custody. REPORTS THEFT OF LAWN FURNITURE Mrs. Raymond Simpson. 22121 Edwards St., reported to police Saturday the theft of lawn furniture from her yard. Police investigated the complaint. Mrs. Simpson said that two chairs and one table had been taken. iREPORTS YOUTHS | STEALING HUB CAPS I Mrs. Helen Anderson, 1424 j Milton Rd.. reported to police i Sunday evening that there were I youths stealing hub caps from Godfrey Legion Auxiliary to Meet GODFREY—The regular meeting of the Godfrey American Leg- ion'Auxiliary will be held at 8 o'clock tonight at the VFW hall in North Alton. President Mrs. Elmer Heafner has announced that there will be an election of officers. Historian Mrs. Fayette Pivoda Jr., will read the unit's history. Refreshments will be served following the meeting. Window Broken by BB Gun in Godfrey ,, GODFREY-Mr and I Mrs. Henry provide for an independent audit of our expense funds as a means of assuring that our activities are reported accurately." | The Mack bill would repeal laws enacted in 1888 and 1911 that give the House Administration committee authority for payments from the House contingent fund out of which most House expenses are paid. If these old laws are repealed. Mack said the General Accounting Office (GAO), under its statutory authority, would be able to make a thorough audit of Congressional expenditures. The GAO, although an arm of Congress, is headed by the comptroller general, appointed by the President for a 15-year term. The present comptroller general is Joseph Campbell, appointed by President Eisenhower in 1954. "So far as I know," Mack said, "there has never been any serious question raised as to the ! independence of the comptroller ' Romanko. 52 Pardee, Belmont Vil-| L lagc, reported that their glass pic- " lure window had been punctured by BB shot Friday evening. Mr. Romanko said there arc a number of small children in the Mid- Week Specials! TOM-BOY "flavor-plus" BRAND The following items are "guaranteed" as good (or better) than the brands you arenotvusing—AND CHEAPER TOO! MICK IWCTIVI Men,, Ton,, Wed. June 20, 21, 22 FLOUR Enriched DETERGENT . . SALAD DRESSING MARGARINE . . BREAD . . . 5 LB. BAG 41 c i Only "•• Giant Stee ftO" i SAVE 14c ..WW Fresh and Rich Jlc QT •• • "Flavor-plus" Lbs. Large 1«4 Lb. Z Loaves u. All Meat Hunter.. I GROUND BEEF | RIB STEAKS . . S I SMALL BOLOGNA . i. mmmmmmmmmm •••-••• • • •• • ^•i.' iV; ; 'ilVLl'iWll'lBBtlillBli ilM-iiiB.;: 1 Hi'! ••<• •• i'iiV:<iB>i. H^liBii ••'••'••'.I :•».!.'••F^BW ••. BANANAS . . . ,"fer 10c PLUMS «•*. 29c POTATOES . /-•" 10 49c 49c g 79«l WITH THIS COUPON •9 FOLGER'S COFFEE - 59* Price Effective through June 23 Silver-Ridge Mkf. 636 Broadway, East Alton Open Till 7 Friday Nile PEARL MKT. 835 Central, Alton Open Till 7 Friday RAIN ft RAIN State and Elm, North Alton Open Till 9 Friday Nite area with have been air rifles, and shooting birds they with thorn. The Roinankos discovered several dead robins in their yard before the incident of the window. "The hole in HIP window was just at the height a child's eye would he," he said. 5 Colors Prompt, Courteous Service Available Through Your Builder •tt holiday capacity, broil without spatter, just lower doors straight down to clean! It's all in the FRIGIDAIRE CUSTOM IMPERIAL "Drop-Leaf Door" C Wall Oven * •Infl* and double ov«n model*. Aik •bout them • • • j cars in a lot behind her property. I She also told police that her jown hub caps were missing Officers investigated the report, but were unable to find the youths. They did that huh that they hart noticed an old beer Chevrolet station wagon park Razing of 18,000 buildings has] been recommended to solve! j Paris' traffic problem. and took the flare to the police discover I station. several cars were missing j Montgomery said that there caps, and neighbors said j have been many instances of bottles and cans being thrown into his yard that he did ed in the area at the time of the 1 not bother to report, but that thefts. Because of the darkness, j since the flare could have been they were unblo to tell police dangerous, he decided to make the color of the stntion wagon. a full report of these occurrences to the police. RBZ-99 TIIKOHN UNTO YARD • KKI'OKTS THK1 T Paul Montgomery. 921 College i«f BICYCLK ;A\f., ivpwted to police Sunday j LHO Turk, 2507 Sanlord Ave., that someone had thrown a • reported to police Saturday the (lighted flare into his yard. theft of his son's bicycle from Police investigated the report, 'their home. MMOl .and for i perfect pair, the FRIGIDAIRE Built-in Cooking Tops Food Wait* Dispour SPECIAL! SPECIAL! SPECIAL! Dlihwathw Turbo-Spray NO SPOTS ON 6LASSWARI OR DISHES WITH A FRIGIDAIRE IMPERIAL DISHWASHIR MATCHING COLORS IN FRIGIDAIRE BUILT-IN REFRIGERATORS, DISHWASHERS, WASHERS i DRYERS just Across horn Germanic* Building Ope« Monday wad Friday JUttt TUJ » Opeu Monduy and Friday Nite. Till • HLTOH REFRIDERHTIOn "Avtaeiised Fiiguiau* Sales and Service" IM I. MOADWAY OIAI HO 5-7721 Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday Only June 20, 21, 22 LADIES' LONG COATS 99c MEN'S TOPCOATS 99c ALTON ONE-HOUR Mirtinizing Dry Cleaners 3If Stato Sr. MOM NO M4*t 'Tli* Most in Dry Chauiug" A. & P. Food Stores 411 Plasm Bivdtrman Furniture 203.204 Plata Carson Jewelry 21S W. 3rd Franklin Union Furniture 800 E. Broadway Gorrett Furniture 16 W. Broadway Gotely's 208 W. 3rd W. T. Grant Co. 305 W. 3rd J. A ft. Auto Stores Spiegel Catalog Desk 400 Belle I & L Furniture 4th and Puw St. FREE PARKING METERS Myers Bros. 3rd and PiaM Paul's Fabrics 206 SUte St. Schoeffer's 108 IV. 3rd Schiff Shoe Store 828 Belle Sears Roebuck Co. SOB-JS Flaw Slock Fwnltwo tea w. am jThrlfty Dm* 819 Bell* 'Thrift Hordwore MM BeUe Vtek'i Sheet 114 W. ltd Voftw 100 8l*J Yotmo/* Dry 9oo4s 104-10* W. Sr4 AVOID RUSH and TENSION!

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