Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1960 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULY 5, I960 BLOCK LONG PILE OF TREES SOAP BOX INSPECTED Don Gelsen, entrant in the Alton Soap Box Derby and who is sponsored by Wayne Vahle, received final inspection of his car Sunday at the trial run for the deroy. John Merry, chief inspector (standing), is checking the height of the car and Jaycee Fred Czerney checks the front wheels.—Staff Photo. Branches and trees being brought to the city dump make a pile at least a block long. Trucks bring cleanings from the streets and highways, while some householders are renting trailers to bring the mess down without waiting for the city to do it More power to them—Staff Photo. To Inspect Soap Box Derby Cars Thursday Workshop Derbv Director Richard Mar- VatidalsDamage Auto, Steal | Boat Trailer , EDWARDSVILLE — A St. toui- san who parked his caf and boat ' trailer beneath Chain of Rocks Canal bridge late Saturday for a night fishing trip upriver with a 2 Victories TOKYO 0\P^ Premier Nobusuke Kishi's ruling Liberal Demo.•T "•»•.""»ir"c"""n" ~rV >I«. William Hurt, a teacherr"~: [ Ptum( : d Sunday " 1 .°. rning 'cratic party was jubilant today tin for the Alton Soap Box Der- ; to find the tra.ler gone and h,s au-j ( d decjsjvo ^ by said that final inspection of *' ' lc * mie y »cnooi reiurnea , b( , hpavjlv damaged by van-1- fnill . , ,_ in a ^hnrmtorial *h» rt»rh,, ,.«« a nrt innminilinB, Sunday from a newspaper work-' |in fout davs in a gubernatorial ThievesAbandon Auto,Authorities Seeking Owner the derby cars and will take place Thursday eve-: sh °P al fhe State University of ning in the Annex Gymnasium, 10 "^. low* Cfiy. of Alton High School from 6 to Deputy William Thompson I election, °fj Incumbent Hiroshi Kurihara. 60 9 p.m. ; ion Ave.. was selected by the The Soap Box Derby will be;Alton School District to attend held on College avenue hill in front of Alton High School Sunday beginning at 1 p.m. All boys are to be at the Annex Gym at 11 a.m. to get their cars ready for the race. All Jaycees are asked to be at the high school j expenses Mrs Hurt of 2006 Washing- |Co " insviIle ' in rcs P° nsP to a ca "i\vas re-elected Sunday by a wide to the sheriff's office early Sun- i margin in Saitama prefecture day morning, said Kenneth Merz i bordering Tokyo. Kurihara polled of St. Louis, reported he left the;almost twice as many votes as car and boat trailer beneath the.his two Socialist opponents, who the workshop which had as its •aim "The Use of Newspapers in the Classroom of a Free Soci- the scholarship which paid tuition, maintenance and traveling i city friend re- at 10 a.m. City Manager bridge about 8:30 p.m., Sat-1 ran on a platform attacking urday, returning about 5 a.m. Sun-jJapan-U.S. security treaty. I day from a fishing trip by boat : Ivvao Yamakazi also 'vas and outboard motor with a Granite elected easily on Friday against Socialist opponents who cam- Merz said he found all windows; paigned on the same party plat- Graham W. Watt will address. give the welcoming tO Mrs. Burt said that taking j and ^p w -i n( j s hield of his car brok-jform. Yamakazi is governor of part in the program was thej en on nis re t urn , headlights shat- i Aomori, the northern province of "most thrilling educational ex-j tem j the auto hood dented, radio '. Japan's central island of Honshu. aerial broken off and wiring tornj Both Aomori and Saitama pre- loose from the motor. He esti-; fectures are conservative strong- perience I have ever had." She added that the speakers |were informative and inspire- j mated the value of his missing; holds and victories were expected jtional, the assignments chal- j boat trailer at $75. for the Liberal Democrats. But _ ilenging, and the association! At South Roxana ;^ yT"«X -™ SOUTH ROXANA - Fire-i in S and broadening".. j man's Auxiliary will meet at The workshop opened June 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the fire 19 and closed Jul V 1- • ] house. Hostesses will be Mrs.', Marie Yount and Mrs. O'Kellie Summers. WSCS to Meet SOUTH ROXANA — The Women's Society of Christian Service of Wanda Methodist Church will meet at the church Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Donald Wood Is program chairman, i ed to the sheriff's office early Reports Shooting At Automobile that Followed Him Home EDWARDSVTLLE — Walter Zuk, 203 Greenview, East Alton, report- Mrs. Delia O'Nel! is spiritual life leader and hostesses will be Mrs. Edith Gilbert and Mrs. Mary Ash. Returns From Hospital SOUTH ROXANA Mrs. Sharron Cannon, wife of Norville Cannon of Southard Ave., returned Saturday from DePaul Hospital in St. Louis where she went for observation and treat' ment of severe headaches. She Monday that he had fired two shots from at .45 caliber pistol at an automobile which had followed his car after he left a tavern about 2:30 a.m. Zuk, in a report to Jailer William C. Hartman at the county jail, said he noticed a car with two occupants following him after he left the Silver Star Tavern at about 2:30 a.m. Zuk told of driving east on Route injured the back of her head 1159 to Belk Park, then turning when she fell while playing softball a month ago with the Whitelaw Avenue Baptist church and received a severe concussion. South Roxanm Motet around and going west—with the other automobile still in pursuit, After arriving at his home, Zuk related, he obtained a .45 caliber pistol from the glove compartment of his car and ran to Avalon St., SOUTH ROXANA — Mr. and i firin S two shots at the pursuing Mrs. Adrian Engleton of Main car street returned Monday from; Zult Cave-In-Rock where they visited relatives. Miss Carolyn Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Evflns ^cupants of the other machine, he thought one of the shots struck one of the two persons in the pursuing car. He was I unable to give descriptions of the of Alhambra, grandparents, Wilson Stagner, of Main street. Mrs. Don Jacobson and granddaughter, Karen Sue Jarvls, of Granite City spent the pat>t few days visiting Mrs. Jacobson's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Llnkeman, at Wanda. Methodist Note* SOUTH ROXANA - Little Mary Olive of EdwardsviUe Was guest speaker at the morning service at Wanda Methodist Church and the South Roxana Church in the absence of the minister, the Rev. Victor Herman. . Mrs. Mary Ash was chairman of the program at the evening service at Wanda. Mrs. Hazel Russell read the Scripture and the choir tang, accompanied by Mrs. Margaret Poag at the organ. Mrs. Louise Wood gave the benediction. Mi« Olive and Mi>. Joe Southard were lunchean and dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ash at Wanda. Man Jailed in Lieu Of Paying 1100 Fine WOOD RIVER - James H. Crowder, 38.159 Old St. Louis Rd., Wfit* wot to the County Jail early today following failure to pay a HOD fin* aft* pleading guilty to "drunk «nd diiwxjerty conduct " Crowder wtf arrested at 1:30 §jn. at tiw corner of Wood River tod Ferguson by Patrolman Floyd ant appeared later before Magistrate J. Thornton i* visiting herl but sul ™ ised *ey were at the Mr. and Mrs. tavern when he left and followed him, intending to rob him. KDWARDsVlLLK — The owner of an automobile abandoned by two youths when surprised in an attempted gasoline theft at a South Roxana residence late Sunday night was being sought by authorities today. Robert Gust, 101 Illinois Ave., South Roxana reported sheriff's office at Sunday that two youths fled when he came upon them at his parked truck, abandoning their car and a gasoline can and, hose. Deputies Eugene and John Urban, who Invest!- U gated, had the abandoned towed to Mick's Garage at thei i ' Highway 66-Route 11 section, and checked its ownership. Loss of about half a tankfu of gasoline from his automobile was reported to the sheriff's,; 13 Discharged From Hospital In Highland EDWARDSVILLE-Three area residents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, during the holiday weekend. Thirteen patients were discharged, and one birth was recorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reece, 328 South Brown, a son, at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, weight five pounds fourteen ounces. The mother is the former Violet Coonrod. Admitted were: Walter Schaake, Route 1; Anton Anderson, Isherwood Ave.; Miss Elizabeth Hellrung, 511 North Buchanan. Discharged were: Mrs. Edward Kane and son, 1222 Madison; Mrs. Laurene Meyer, 1302 North Second; Waldo Yack, 646 Hillsboro; Mrs. Billy Hoi-ton and daughter, 1301 the newspaper Asahi, Japan's biggest and a vigorous opponent of 6Q Ca ,, fornia the security pact, said the num-i., . „ , ,. her of votes massed by the con-| Rosewood Heights ' servatives "indicated the Insignificant effect the anti-security pact demonstrations had." The Socialists had invited the voters to "express your anger" over the treaty. The left-wing student federation, Zengakuren, spearhead of the anti-treaty riots, split into three factions, all seeking to overthrow Kishi's conservative government. Buckler Family Keeps All-Male Cast of Children EAST ALTON A traditional all-male cast of children won out over the hopes of Mrs. William Buckler Sr., 720 Ridgeway Troy Rd.; Mrs. Ethel Bozyak, Glen I Ave.. Easl Alton, when Donald Carbon: Thomas Hill, 824 North Wayne WM bom Jum , ^ ^ Hearing Set on Holly Hills Seiver Project Kansas; Mrs. Larry Love and daughter, Roxana; Clement Talleur, Route 3; Mrs. Jewel Albl, 219 West Fourth; Joseph Burdick, 515 Elsie; Mrs. Marvin Howerton and daughter, Route 3; Harrison Robinson, 228 East Union, and Clarence Holmes, 404 Cass. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Buckler, Savannah, Tenn. Airs. Buckler Sr. recently returned from Tennessee where she was visiting her son and daughter-in-law at the time of her grandson's birth. Although pleased with the new i arrival, Mrs. Buckler Sr. said Notices have the Board of Louisiana was admitted to the union as a state in 1812. In this same year the first steamboat, coming down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers from Pittsburgh, reached New Orleans. 'Share-the-Fuir Program Wednesday EDWARDSVILLE nual "Share the Fun" program the mother of two sons, and her ! of Madison County 4-H Clubs j other son. Bill, and his wife of 'will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wed-1 East Alton are ihe parents of mentis for a public hearing at 7 p.m. Wednesday evening in City Hall on the Holly Hills area sanitary sewer project which the estimated cost is 1 $44.712. I The sewer lines would include Olive Place, the Holly Hills drives, and a section of Oakwood Road presently without sanitary sewer facilities. The Holly Hills project is the second to be formally launched within space of a week, the improvements board held a hearing last Wednesday and affirmed plans for the Jefferson Avenue area sanitary sewer estimated to cost $79,500. Holly Hills is located east of Alby on the northerly side of Oakwood Avenue, and an outlet for the projected sewer there is available from a major Upper ALTON TELEGRAPH 1960 COOK BOOK RECIPE CONTEST WIN $ 600 IN PRIZES FOR YOUR FAVORITE RECIPES IN THESE CATEGORIES 1. Salad and salad dress* ings 2. Vegetables (including soups) 3. Casserole dishes 4. Meats 5. Fish and poultry 4. Desserts 7. Cakes and cookies 8. Pie 9. Breads 10. Outdoor cookery $100.00 Grand Priie for Best Recipe In each category: $25.00 First Prix. $15.00 Second Prito $10.00 Third Priie been issued by|s» Local Improve- *)4 ,'-r ishe was hoping for a grand- Shields Valley sewer line. 1 daughter, but tradition won out.j : Newly arrived Donald Wayne has a brother, Steven, 14 months The an- old, Grandmother Buckler is nesday at Eden Evangelical and | two sons. Target Shoot Trophy Winners Announced EDWARDSVILLE— Trophy winners were announced today in each Reformed Church. A total oi 24 acts by county 4-H'ers will bn presented. Mas- _! of three classes of the 16-yard, 100- dy Gibbons, Bob Marinko ters of ceremumes will be San- on Bell, and Jim EvUsize- Want Ad. Billy WHEAT CUTTING I* MISSOURI Combining of wheat at a farm near k, Mo., Sunday afternoon wa* farmers of the fint reported in the area. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily I target opening event at the Ed wardsville Gun Club's,July 4 trap shoot. Winners, and scores, were: Class A, Dr. William E. Kraft of Collinsville, 98; Class B. L. S. Foutch, Marissa, 92; Class C, J. F. Null Jr., Hazelwood, Mo.. 88. High woman was Mrs. Margery Buck, of Godfrey, with a score ol 90; and the high junior in the event was Louis Jones, of East Alton, with 93. Lloyd Faitisworth, of Hartford, won the 100-target handicap in the registered shoot with a score of 95, and also won the Nos. 4 and 5 Ford purses. Other Ford Purse winners were, by events; No. 1, Charles Beasley of DeSoto, 111.; No. 2, David Huggins of Tainaroa, 111, and No. ,3, Bill Martin, Nashville, 111. Homer Clark Jr. won the doubles shoot, breaking 45 of 50 tar- lifts. The shAt attracted 80 entrants. Next and last registered shoot at the club grounds before the "Grand American" will be oil July 31. South Viet Nam Relaxes Visa Rules MANILA (AP) - South Viet Nam announced today that it U relaxing visa regulauonj to attract more tourists. Telegraph~Want"Ad» "DUCK" Uuallj around the Fourth of July, the •tart conibliiiug '"'A. 1960 Cook Book Recipe Rules 1. Enter as many recipes as you wish, in on* or all categories. 2. Write your recipe carefully, in this order: a. Name of recipe, and category. b. last ingredients in the order they are added. c. Method of mixing. d. Special instructions when necessary, example—(chill for 12 hours). ^ e. Baking temperature, and time required for bakery products. I. Name, address and phone number of contestant. 3. Write plainly. Use only one recipe to a sheet of paper, and writ* only on one side of the paper. 4. All entries become the property of the Alton Evening Telegraph. (No entries will be returned). Decision of judges will b* final. 5. Only one cash prize will be awarded to any individual. 6. The contest opens Monday, June 20, 1960 and closes at midnight Saturday July 30, I960. Winning recipes will be published in the Alton Evening Telegraph Cookbook Section, Monday, September 12,1960. 7* Address your recipes to Cook Book. Alton Evening Telegraph, Box 298, Alton, Illinois. If you prefer, entries may be brought to the office. 111 Eqst Broadway, Alton. 8. Anyone in the entire trad* area of the Telegraph is eligible and may send in <u many entries as desired. Only employes of the Telegraph and members of their immediate families are ineligible. MAIL YOUR ENTRY NOW! ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH

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