Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 9
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June 23, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH KIWAMS GIFT TO IMCA Charles F. Camp (left), YMCA vice-president, accepts the first contribution from a club in the YMCA Building Fund Campaign. Making the gift of about $1,000 for the Kiwanis Club is its president, Ken Carstens. Kiwatiians PledgeGift To YMCA Why They Twinkle Light waves at the edge of a star's beam travel through different thicknesses of air than the center ones. This irregular arrival of light waves gives an observer the impression of twinkling. The Kiwanis Club of Alton set! Weka-rail is a New Zealand the pace in club and organization; bird whlch uannot fly giving to the YMCA Building F\md \ Campaign by pledging the same amount to the Y as it pledged to the hospitals. Ken Carstens, president of the club, said, "We will set aside about 15 per cent of the proceeds from Kiwanis Kapers, our annual show, to meet the YMCA pledge. In dollars this could amount to $1,000." The Kiwanis Club will continue to support the Ki-Y program, on which it expends about $730 to $800 a year. Ki-Y is an after-school activity for less-privileged boys under trained adult leadership. The boys make full use of YMCA facilities for swimming and other instruction. Like the Y's Men's Club, which pledged $5,000, the Kiwanis Club will reserve a memorial-tribute in the new building. It will be suitably j marked. Under the memorial-tribute plan, j units arc available for sponsorship; by individuals, corporations, businesses, clubs, groups, or other in-i terested parties. Names of those! who invest $150 and up will be honored on a special plaque to be j placed in the new YMCA lobby. Greene County Wheat Marketing Cards Out CARROLLTON— Greene Coun-l " ty Agricultural Stabilization Con-j £ servation office will mail I960 ~ wheat marketing cards to all! ~ eligible producers Monday. Junej - 27. This year the marketing j r card is in the form of a post-! ~ card and will not be enclosed in ; "•• 'an envelope. j wx ! •*• Any eligible producer who » does not receive a card within \ ~ a reasonable length of time/ ~ should contact the ASC off ice \ in Carrollton. A fanner having! excess wheat will not receive j a card until arrangements are; made to take care of the excess. i Sheriff Entertains ^ CARROLLTON - Sheriff — Leonard Stone entertained al « an appreciation dinner Wednes-i £ day evening al the city hall.j " Guests were members of the «• Civil Defense Auxiliary Police r Emergency Unit and the mem- " bers of the fire-fighting squad •-- of Carrollton Fire Protection " District. - Attending Boy's State ;: CARROLLTON — David Mar~ tin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Avery " Martin, and Jerry Vandersand. I son of Mr. and Mrs. William * Vandersand. will return home ~ the last of the week from: £ Springfield where they have • spent the week attending Boy's r State. Martin is sponsored by; " the local post of the American " Legion and Vandersand by Car-| " rollton Lions Club. Telegraph Want Ads "Click." Macoupin Legion Scores Using Flags as Old Rags BRIGHTON — Tlw us* of surplus or outdated American Flags for cleaning purposes or "car polishing" or In any manner that might bf construed to be degradation, was scored by Macoupin County Council of the American Legion at Brighton Legion Home Wednesday night. The resolution to "go on record" as opposing any such use of American Flags rendered obsolete by the addition of new states to the federal union was introduced by Willard Livingston, commander of Brighton Post. The move was unanimously adopted by the council. Thr proposal, Livingston said, grew out of newspaper reports that 4**tttr and 49-star flags, which no longer have a market value, were being sold and handled as "old rags." Livingston pointed out that there is a prescribed method of disposing of American Flags that are no longer usable. County Vice • Commander Louis Archibald of Glllespte pointed out that no American Flag is "obsolete." He said that one American Legion Post in Macoupin County has a 45-star flag and it is used for crremonial purposes. Nominations for county offices, to bf filled at the next council meeting July 27 at Palmyra, were 115 Enrolled In Berean AlBnnkerHill BUNKER HILL — One him dred and fifteen youngsters are attending the vacation Btblo school at the Berean Baptist Church. There x «re 19 teachers and helpers in'the school. The school will end July I with a program that evening. The theme of the school this year is "Signaling for Christ." Finn Car 1 Wash BUNKER HILL — The senior class of '61 of the local high school will sponsor a car wash July 2 at the school from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. There will be a pick-up and delivery service by calling Juniper 5-4644. Cost of the wash is $1.50 for cars with white sidewall tires and $1.25 for black tires. made. 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