Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 30, 1960 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 30, 1960
Page 15
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSJM*. JUNE 30> 1900 ^BEBBBBMl AEBElBBjEBflflBEEBBBBBfleY H TnBnl flWHUWnvRu 8 . _ to UmUfCfef*, onwttw a iRiyo trtht ,Ct- "BE?" JWSsV be» .^^^^^ jJ^KUyj^Mf M.^j« •uuriiv B iccnraou MUUHUPH n) 8W l»ul fltW flfrai Rnmbt, _.», The ntwascre b6twewt*Wf ifloB- •dywipic ntiBWlflftsi 1 nviii Ooltxrtt* l bus, OK., and the BUM Cedar City* Utah, tatttewtta (bllowup 'ot NBA' ntldtflewclght champ OCTcJultmer'g 13th rtwnd TKO OVW GntlNAI BWrtlto. ttsxtenwrtiet weighed SOO, Clark 187. Rademadrer played it cautiously, even after he flattened Clark. ^feli WM; w grogsy at * e eUtf w^jisWrJIt bell that tie didil i (OMMf '(Ml way to his stool. i Referee T«ny Umbert fin- a% heeded the pleas of 10.900 fartMn Derks Baseball Park and halted the slaughter at 2:27 of the 10ft. Basfball «aft Late 3-2, Seattle Sacramento 5, Portland 4 (12 h> 4, San Diego 3 (11 M* flt$ma 4, Vancouver 0 Daltt^Foft Worth 6, Minneapo- IMS *. Charleston 4 A HJTTINO mtopoMnoM Houston 3-3, Louisville 1-2 (2nd game 11* innings) tMerhtUoml League Toronto 6, Cotambus 4 (11 innings) Havana ?, Buffalo 4 Miami 9, Rochester 4 Richmond at Montreal, ppd Gen, David flarnoff, head of the Radio Corporation of America, once was night operator of a inneiyVwireless * statiott .on Long Island. On a night in 1912 he picked up the first garbled S-O-S" signals that the titanic had struck an iceberg and was sinking. . . NEW I960 1 H.P. FEDDERS The World's Largest gelling Air- Conditioner IIS Volt 7Vi Amp*. AIR CONDITIONER gives more coding... slashes installation cost SAVE $49.95 Open Monday & Friday Nlrts Till f P.M. 313 BELLE ST, Acres* from 1st National Bank Sidewalk Toiler ALL KINO* of AT A Track, Field Meet Set at Roxana Friday ROXANA - A track and field meet will be featured at the Roxana Playground Friday « 10 a.m., according to Director Judy Kay Willis. The meet will feature: 50- and 100-yard dashes, softball throw, standing brofcd Jump, three-legged race, wheelbarrow race and relays. There will be different age groups for both boys and girls. Prizes will be awarded. CUMOsttag ROXANA - About 30 persons attended the mid-adult class of the First Baptist Church potluck supper Monday evening at Kendall Hill. Swimming Lemons ., ROXANA — Registration for swimming lessons for students an dadults at the Roxana svvlm-j ming pool are still open, accord- j ing to Don Mubbard, pool man-i ager. The classes beginning July 5 are fulJ, but there is room in other classes. The schedule for the various groups is as folows, dates exclude Saturday and Sunday: Beginners, July 5 to 15, 10 to 11 a. m.; Intermediates, July 5 to 15, 11 a.m. to 12; women, July 18 to 29, 11 a.m. to 12; junior and senior life saving will be offered for three weeks beginning July 5 from 12 to 1 p.m. The classes j are supervised by Terry Wieg-J and and Don Hubbard. ; NOT A CRASH-STORM Asstetunt Bethalto Hfe Chief Btrf which struck Civic Memorial Airport Dodd examines wreckage of three »lr- Wednesday night, craft damaged in the wake of storm . The Census Goes Through Uo stop it, the enumerator In- CHEYENNE. Wyo. (Jf>> — Itjjured his arm. He had to Mke wasn't easy taking the census j lg m , leg to makc - hfs next head Demanded Surrender Ethan Allen first used the term Continental Congress when he de- In the wide-open spaces of j count On the ^ av \ e h! , led "" a ] ma nded that the British surrender wyom ng. ^ rattlesnake. Fort Ticonderoga "in the name of One census taker hurdled a Qne woman cnurtlerator had j fl h c „. fence to get away from .wo en-. to d tne „, ftt t , the j at **«» raged bulls, but then a goose j deso|ate p , a|M Kwhen hep car _ _ 'ASer census taker, car.^^ LSt ,Z! ^'^^^ ca« IP population, stalled. He gave it a shove and _., alarmingly depleted in 1958, has it started rolling. While trying Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" climbed to 41 million. SPORTSMAN'S EXTRAS FOR BASS FISHERMEN ~ EXTRA HOOK IN PORK WHO BAM USUALLY STRIKE FROM THE SfOe AND H<T TM6 MIDDLE OF THE LURE. IF VOU'RE MISSING STRIKES ON A PORK RIND* PUNCH t TINV MOLES IN IT TO SLIP ON AN EXTRA HOOK. THE HOOK* EXE PREVENTS HOOK OUT IN PLAXtNe FISH. Club Women of County Plan Projects for Year WOOD RIVER — Programs and!a similar event scheduled Aug. 3 financial projects were discussed j at the Allerton Park Art Camp. at the Tuesday meeting of the executive board of the County Federation of Woman's Clubs at the ! Troy home of Mrs. Wilson Schmls- iseur, county president. A tea and play review will be a District project in November in benefit of the scholarship fund, she stated. Other District dates reviewed by | Nov. 3 was selected as the date j Mrs. Orr are: Oct. 6 fall meeting TIE 3' LEADER ID LURE'S EYE- SCREW ON TAIL STREAMER"' TE A STREAMER OR FEATHER Jie BEHIND A SURFACE PLUS. 4ETRISVE WITH PAUSES, AND IT RISES AND DROPS ACCOROINO- LX TO LURE LISTLESS FISH. of a general membership meeting at East Alton in benefit of the Boys Town of Illinois. Members will contribute Jams and jellies for the home. A silent auction in benefit of the 22nd District scholarship fund was chosen as the project of the spring meeting April 6 at Granite City. "Mrs. Eldon Orr, 22nd District president, announced tjjg appointment of Mrs v Robert Forshee, East Alton Club member, as District American Home chairman. Federation Day will be observed July 13 with an all-day meeting at Little Grassy Lake on the S1U Campus, Mrs. On*announced; with ALTON'S EXCLUSIVE AGENT FOR MEN'S RUBBER SOLE CANVAS OXFORDS Pairs SUMMER CASUALS, WEDGIES & FLATS Bought From Manufacturer's Surplus Stock All tiies but net every •lie In every style. AAA to EEE Summer Straw £4)99 Sandals and */ w Wedges Reg. 6.99 Men's Press and Navy Oxfords.... 114 West 3rd DOWNTOWN ALTON Open Monday and Friday Hire in Alton with the three Alton Federated Clubs as hosts; April 26, District Spring Convention at Collinsville; Oct. 28, Federation Con-, ference an dschool of instruction, Harrisburg. Area clubs were represented at the meeting by presidents: Mrs. H. W. Hadfleld, Wood River; Mrs. J. R. Venable, Roxana; Mrs. Charles Gabbert, East Alton; Mrs. Thomas Riggs, Bethalto; Mrs. Allison, Moro. Mrs. H. Phelps, Alton Progress; Mrs. E. Anderson, Alton Woman's Council; and Mrs. E. Hufker, Moro, county treasurer. Gretna Green is a village in Scotland near the English border where many runaway marriages once took place. SPORTSMAN'S STRONG KNOT "FOR MAKING TAPEPED LEADERS OVERLAP- STRANDS OF LEADER MATERIAL. MAKE 3 TURNS WITH ONE STRAND* END OVER BOTH PIECES. THEN THREAD IT THROU8H TURNS AMD TIGHTEN. PULL- WEPSAT s TURNS, ETC., WTTM i END STRAND'S END, TIOHTBN. PULL KNOTC 7O6BTHER, TRIM. IHIS KNOT IS AlSO USCP TO JOtN SPINNIN0 LINES. VARIOUS ' NAMES INCLUDE: LEADER KNOT* CANADA, IMPROVED IMSHIRMAN'C. • PLASTIC FORTIFIED • EASY TO INSTALL • TOP GRADE • GOES ALL THE WAY THRU • '15 DECORATOR COLORS • NO LIMIT % CARLO AD BUY 9x9 4-9-12 Ft. Wide SANDRAN LINOLEUMS CALL or DIAL HO 2-9411 FOR FREE ESTIMATE AT YOUR HOME NO OBLIGATION WEDGE PLAN VINYL ASBESTOS • Top Grade • 38 Colors O No Limit, • Free Estimates, O Carload Buy 9x9 Come Early 36" Wood Parqutt Designs C RUNNINB YD. New Ceramic Headquarters CERAMIC WALL TILE 69* 11 Colors Sq. Ft. MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM • Fashion Flow Latex • Masonry Paint* • Outside House Paint • Free Faint Charts PANDA PAINT 5 49 CM. Mo Limit GENUINE CORK TILE (Don't Miss This) SPECIAL Only PURCHASE 22 Bring Room Measure Ea. Low Low Pricos PURE VINYL TILE R«f. 42c, 9x9 •fl Q XO I PLASTIC WALL TILES Ea. | Exotic Colors Only Sq. Ft. OPEN FRI. TILL 9-SAT. TILL S EXTRA LARGE SELECTIONS OF LINOLEUMS & TILE ECONOMY LINOLEUM Henry Bdwy ALTON VARIETY 43* I. Iroodway HO S4242 REMODELING-SALE BOXER SHORTS POLO SHIRTS 25 C si» M 49 C ONLY TWO DAYS LEFT TO REGISTER FOR THESE 21 FREE GIFTS! DRAWING HELD SAT., JULY 2, 5:00 P.M. THONGS BED LAMPS Mitt' 3Pc. CANE ICE CHEST Ofic Q" fhhtgn PeJo 2vB* 11 ti Val 2V ~.n^^^ r^^ ^p'^Br »»•»• w^« ^^ 250 THRIFT PAK 100 THRIFT PAK 21 FREE GIFTS 2 — $50.00 GIFTS of Free Merchandise—You Select from our Stock 2 — $25.00 GIFTS of Free Merchandise—You Select from our Stock > 2 — $20.00 GIFTS of Free Merchandise—You Select from our Stock 5 * $10.00 GIFTS of Free Merchandise—You Select from our Stock 10 — $5.00 GIFTS of Free Merchandise—You Select from our Stock • just Register — No Purchase Nectstary • Do Not Hove to Be Present at Drawing • Drawing Held Saturday, July 2nd, 5:00 P.M. PICNIC TABLE 24"xM"~Optii 24"»30" SeMiS 1 Al CAMP JUG 19.00 Vol. 1.N V.I. WADING POOL BEACH BALL 2 M CROQUET SET WADING POOL REPAIR KITS 20-GAL. GARBAGE CAN 10-QT. BUCKET J M V* 2 SWIM FINS 49* -IS* SWIM GOGGLES 2 N 98« f

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