Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 30, 1960 · Page 11
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June 30, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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Print I •.m. to I p.m. Mffr t am. to 8:N p.m.. WMMttlW t a.m. to II Horn ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 30, Gubser Named President JfiftfiEYVlLLE — TTie Jersey- vtlle Chamber of Commerce ha* sMMUnvM we result of the ba!« tor new directors and amenftoie?rt« to HI by law. Th* elMi of 1983 directors named are: Paul Fleming, tvan MeMenchekl, Imogens Houseman, ftarie Kallal and Rttwell M, Warner. John Mauzy was named to fill a vacancy in the clan of 1W1. . All 10 amendments pawed, Read Telegraph Want AcU Daily most of them with no negative votes. The maximum vote against any change was six, indicating almost complete approv- al Of the AMfQ Of DttVCrBflr commendaUOM, At a ntoetlns of roe noMwvw Hf W. chosen president prior to we an* trail has meeting of been nrjrt Jtme a. He the past year. Other officer* tor 190041 win be chosen by the new bowd at a meeting Friday/ At MANY WAITS WOOD RIVER FERGUSON Biedermans DIAMONDS 6-DIAMOND BRIDAL DUO A b«a«trfuf(y«o»«lt«rf bridal pair. 6-DIAMOND WEDDING BANDS 7-DIAMONO COMBINATION '175 EASY TKKM8 Styled to perfection. Hue quality diamond bridal duet ^DIAMOND MIDAL DUO MAN'S nary •95- a work pivfti'itiii will M fftw preliminary comideratiOR. O'Nell Franklin, retiring president, automatically remains a< a member of the board. Relir ing directors of the elan of 1960 are Harold L. Ellerman, Robert |H. House, Harvey Rudolph and Bernard J. Schroeder. President Oubser said that activities of the coming year will be constructed around a com-! prehensive work program. "This! program," he stated, "will ln-i volve at least one dozen concrete objectives. Some of them call for immediate action. Some are of intermediate character and some call for careful study and preparation for future development." Grain Crops Damaged in' Jersey Area JERSEYVILLE — Storm damage to Jersey County wheat and winter barley crops will prob- %t •H AUTOMATIC WASHER 95 MONtY DOWN • 2 .Washing Cycles • 2 Wafer Temperatures • Fully automatic with complete washing flexibility! cleanest washing by 0-E , , , by removing lint, sand and soap scum, water is rooiroulatod oontinuausly through the filter at the rate of 6 gallons per minute, You got 60$ more capacity, this dependable "Filter- Flo" washer, holds a full 10-lb, DRY load, Soe it at Biedormans, Model No, 600-T, i ADM/HAL Wide-Angle Portable TV It's Newer/ It's BIGGER and BETTER! ably be extensive as a result of,, the severe wind, electrical and hail storm which swept much of the area from about 9:45 to 11 p.m. Tuesday and again this morning. ' winds of hurricane force hiti MiWiW n t . an || t , squart-comcr screen with flatter and flattened the fields of rip- • • ' 7 ., .,„ . . .. ened wheat and the nearly ripe jsurf ace and tinted optic filter to insure sharper, winter barley Damage claims undistorted pictures Without glare, 19" SOfOOn, a being filed here Wednes- . „ .__ . ... . , • . . «, full 172-sq, in, of viewing pleasure! Qoldon Signet Tuner and built-in antenna. 5-Year Free War- were day morning and mounting in number as the day passed. More than a dozen claims for storm damage had been filed with the Farm Bureau office before 11 a.m. Some hail damage was included but for the most! part the claims were for wind damage. In addition to the farm crops hit by the wind, scores of out-| buildings in the country and city were damaged. In the City of Jerseyville, electrical service to homes and business houses 'was halted until about 1:20 a.m. Wednesday when service was restored to the locality. A number of trees were blown down in whole or part in various parts of the residence sections. A large tree in the court house yard was toppled into the adjacent street and walk area. Hail fell in various parts of the city but not in sufficient quantity to create extensive damage. Several residents reported window breakage as a result of both the hail and wind. Paul Smith, district fire warden for the Department of Conservation, was in Pike County during t h e evening and reported storm damage was apparent all the way from that area into Jersey County. Ke»igng Post JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Lenora May, who has been on a year's leave of'absence from the^ duties of executive secretary of 1 the Jersey County office of the Red Cross, has tendered her I resignation from the post. She has been serving as a house-: mother at Monticello College and will return to that post in the fall. Miss Joseph!np> Stall! who has been acting secretary in the office has also resigned effective Nov. 1. I 95 ranty on etched circuits. 1-yr, parts warranty, $6. NO MONEY DOWN 5-Year Picture Tube WARRANTY INCLUDED on pro-rated basis ADMIRAL 23" Wide-Angle TV At the Price oi Most 21" Sets This is Admiral's Now and Bigger 23" seroon with flatter surface for sharper pictures. Ultra dim. All tuning controls at top-front. It's Transformer Powered, too! FREE 5-Year warranty on etched circuits. 1-yr. parts warranty, $5. Swivel base extra. 19995 NO MONEY DOWN TRADE-IN YOUR OLD TV and PAY EVEN LESSl FREE Delivery \ Motorist Fined SlOOat Bethalto GENERAL ELECTRIC Vacuum ill tho dopondability you oipoot from Q.E in this SwiveNTop Cleaner, Fully Irvin was apprehended early Tuesday night by Bethalto Patrolmen Fred B o e h m near Prairie and Main streets when a passing motorist reported mat Irvin had forced his car oft Prairie street. Irvin was held in Jail at East Alton until his appearance before the police mag.j iutfB|i t| f| | || ||||| f| r|||| fp | |r j M^M !«wn, QMS 18$ of tbo cleaning with BETHALTO - Members of all OttaohHOntt the Civil Air Patrol, Group IV, ABBII participated in their annual Illi- OP Ell nois Wing practice search for: i missing aircraft Saturday and Sunday. The group was commanded by U. Col. Clarence jBergsieker of East St. Louis. Twenty men, six aircraft and three mobile radio units were used in the operation. A practice is conducted each year to ! cheek the group's efficiency in first line mission. GENERAL ELECTRIC Complete Floor Case /or Clock Radio SenscrfioncrJIy BETHALTO - A 46-year-old Kim-aid. 111., man was fined $100 and costs, Wednesday growing out of an incident in Bethal-i- . ., „ . . . to Tuesday night in which he' Tur "» •« •Utomitioally Md WlltOS yOU to allegedly swerved his auto fore-; m(||jc | Tht , |r|| ,,|f. t tirtlng, SOlf-rOgU- ing another motorist off the road ; • • • Geoi-ge F. Irvin pleaded guil- latittg dock Nil |WOOp MOOttd hind, 4" ty to charge of illegal possession n . . . ,,. . of liquor, disorderly conduct and OynapOWOr SpOlkOf ind built-in U " :MOpt GENERAL ELECTRIC New 7-Pc. Floor Polisher 3995 NO MONEY DOWN loans rugs right on the floor or you can clean, polish and buff baro floors professionally! You got tbo polisher, 2 rug brushes, 2 polishers and I 'felt pads, 4995 intJ Monday NIOHTS shop with the family Tien a del Fuego. an island group **t the southern tip of? South America, ha* an aj-ea of: square miles. i ALTON HMDWiV H* PUU

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