Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 30, 1960 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 30, 1960
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THURSDAY, JUNE 30,1060 ALTON EVEN1NO TELEGRAPH Wants to Go to Hell, May Visit Paradise LANSING, Mich. («) - A Hell, Mich., was counseled today to visit Pannflae as wen, M». E. CBrtmeU wrote tire ftftte Highway Department, explaining she planned a visit to the Detroit area and "we thought it would be Am to be able to say we had been to Hell." The department responded muting a IIHUMU ITMB «K fenUM at Hefl, « tt* 'To complete, your trip also visit Paradise in tp> Mtetdguii" suggested JtNR per Takac8 in an accompanying me* Vht Vote • President has i utility to do with amendments to the U.S. Constitution. HP has neithef the power nor the opportunity to veto « resolution by Congress cWisMWttonal amendments. Owt You Momy ht MafNton, Jtrtty or Qrtmw County? MIDWEST AOOOUHTS 8ERVIOE Will Rteovtr II For You ... 321 tot Iroftdwoy HO 5-5S41 SEVEN TRAILERS WRECKED Seven mobile homes were turned windstorm. Damage was estimated at over and demolished at the Nelson $85,000. F. H. Worthy, an employe for Cook Mobile Home Sales Co. near Be* Mobile Homes examines two of thi thalto hi Wednesday night's severe molished trailers. Flrcvncn Jtf cttvc Six Calk During Storm Alton Flw Deportment received six cults in connection with the stor man) one actittl fire call, during the night. Thp caDs in connectton with the storm were all for wires down. In about two hours, from 1:28 a.m. to 3:48 a.m., wtres were reported down at the following locations: 2015 Chapln PI., 638 E. 13th St., 7th and Spring streets, 1124 E. 7th St., 1838 Washington Ave,, and N. Rodger* School. at ThorniM Jefferson tAtfflWfltJB MBflflMlllttf NEVV YORK cf> ~ Effort* art being pushed to bring Mgttone vaudeville back to Broadway. Included in the plan is a vaudeville circuit which would lure the stars to New Vork, Miami, Houston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and other cities. Joey Adams, president of thn American Guild of Variety signed for such a tour stars like Donald O'Conner, Pearl Bailey 2 inveftttgnted n hole that had been burned in thp floor at the Great Plains Bottlr Gas Co., 1300 Central Ave. When the fire company arrived Donald Roberts, owner of the property, told them thai the fire i WHS out and only minor damage At 1:40 a.m. engine rompnny No. i was done to the floor. BRANDENBERGER'S SINCK IM1 JIOWI5LRV STORK SHOP FRIDAY TIL 9 P Storm Damage Heavy In Carlinville Area NOTICE - INDEPENDENCE DAY, JULY 4, LEGAL HOLIDAY The Following Banks will Observe Monday, July 4, as a Legal Holiday and Will Not Be Open for Business, Alton Banking and Trust Co., Alton Bethalto National Bank, Bethalto First National Bank and Trust Co., Alton First National Bank, Wood River Illinois State Bank, East Alton The Bank of Alton, Alton CARLINVILLE I damage in the area from the — Property; The Cuthbertsons had moved to I hurricane winds and rain which Carlinvllle from Bunker Hill af- to Black- 'and Dr. is president of the col- ter the last tornado in 1948 in struck" the area" at 10 p.m. Tues-1 Bunker Hill when their homo day evening and at 1:45 a.m. to- w« s destroyed there, day is estimated at several Three large trees were uproot- thousand dollars. cd on the grounds of McKinley Uprooted and fallen trees andjJ^rJ". Vj 11 * Dr ;. a ™L, «"' ^,tree limbs knocked out power!. Rob f ^lu* reside. McKm- 'lines and oamaged buildings «nd < f ypnhouae '" Hdjacent J 1 homes and blocked many streets . "™ ^ i in the city. Many antennaes were ! . t i blown down throughout the town. e *jj Qf ^ ]arge ^^ ^ ^ Plate glass windows in the; Lpf , Amvx homp on North High V Steinmeyer Drug Store on t h < s||W , wp| . p damn( , w | | nlt a h( , av . »* west side of the square and ta|,, y laden apptp tree came 1 the Bates building on We8t Mhrough uns( , tthe d. Main street were shattered. A; The heaviest damage was prob- window glass in the second floor al) | y at the Bolero Bow | in g of the Bowyer building on West' Lnnps under construction on Rt. <t i I Main street was blown in and the ]08 cast o[ <he D j ane Drive-In torrential rains poured into thei Theater . Darnage was nearly * north room causing the water j dent j ca l to the damage wrought to soak all stock in the show by a storm in 1952 when the x I windows on the first floor. theater was being constructed. The roof over the living room;The north wall of the bowling !of the home of the former Sen-!building was completely knock- jator and Mrs. \V. P. Cuthbertson ; ed out and the trusses buckled SAVE *4 10 FRI.-SAT. ONLY! j. C. HIGGINS ALUMINUM ICE CHEST Reg. 21.98 ! When you 17 88 SAVE «5» Case Lots FRI.-SAT. ONLY Regular 5.69 Gallon! MASTER MIXED HOUSE PAINT 44 ^on College avenue was -rushedland collapsed. The crane ma- . vv " cu - vutl « u • ' • carr - v m0re food - kee P by the impact of a falling tree, chine belonging to 1he contractor, i't cold longer! Attractive natural em- Adkins and Marko Development! bossed aluminum exterior. Dry or wet Co. was twisted and bent. The: storage — water tight, has end drain. other two walls under construction were damaged and will have I to be rebuilt. All damage to ; |the building was covered by in-: surance. according to Norman Paul, one of the owners of the ] new building, who is also as! sociated with his mother as a I proprietor of the Drive-In Theat- I er. A path was cut from the bowling lanes south through farmj lands where damage was similar j to that done on the Robert Miller I Jarrn four miles away. The silo I Jon the Millqr farm was sucked j from its base as were many of i the small buildings. The Millers! had opened some of their win- : dows In their farm home toi relieve the suction of the wind and Miller found his hat which he had left in the living room under the debris on the farm lands. He estimated his damage at approximately $3,000. Parents of Daughter CARLINVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts, Bethalto. are parents of a daughter. Melodj Lynn, born Tuesday at Carlinvillc Area Hospital. Tho mother is the lormiT Miss Betty Kincaid. lM.\65-in. Colorful Plastic 5-Tube Mattress 1.98 1-Gal. 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