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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 7, 1960
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THURSDAY, JULY t, 1W0 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGETHREB ANOTHER LOAD FOR NEW LIBRARY Librarian Mrs. Olive McDonald. left, at Wilfthire Mall. The books are being and Mm. Ruth Eyers, assistant libra- transferred from the old library build- rian, eye a load of books to be shelved ing at 212 East St. Louis Ave., during at the new library building, background, the evenings In a village truck. Storm Damage Investigated CARLINV1LLE - A Red Cross disaster representative from the area office in St. Louis was at the Macoupin County Chapter to investigate the damage done by the storms of June 28 and 29. The report follows: Three per- mns received minor injuries, one of whom wan hospitalized for convenience rather than seriousness. Five houses had major damage, 100 had minor damage and none were destroyed. Ten farm buildings were de-i stroyed, 20 had major damage, and 14 had minor damage; other buildings-* with major and 10 with minor damage. Persons contacted in the area believed that most losses were covered by insurance so that few would need ReA Cross help Any who may need Red Cross help are asked to contact the Red Cross office in Carlinville, "Lagan," in ship parlance, is ship cargo which is sunk with the" definite intention of recovering it later. HEY KIDS Let Dad help you earn yourself a fishin' pole! FREE! Full-Size Rod & Reel For Junior Savors To receive your Rod and Reel free, dad or morn must either open a Pay 'N Save lor you, or a 525 new savings account or add 525 to your present savings account. Films Shown in 'Melody Lane 9 Speedway Hearing EtWARtSVlLLE - Motion pictures taken of the June 19 race at the MeloBy Lane motorcycle rack track near Mend- owbrook were shown in the cofirtroom of Circuit Jamrs 0. Monroe Jr. this morning in the hearing on a permanent injunction against racing there. Although ruled inadmissable as evidence,-a tape recording by plaintiffs of sounds at the track during the Jtifte 19 race was heard by Judtt Monroe In his chambers Wednesday afternoon. The court had suggested previously that sound measuring devices be used In connection with the June 19 racing program as a guide to the court. Testimony of witnesses for the plaintiffs — the four Meadowbrook area couples asking that the Injunction be made permanent—was completed this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Terto- tom, announcer and clerk at the track, respectively, were the only two defense witnesses heard before court recessed for lunch until 1:30 p.m. After a previous hearing June 17, Judge Monroe issued an order banning motorcycle racing at the track — with exception of a scheduled racing program June 19 — until a full hearing on merits of the injunction suit. A pre-trial conference Wednesday morning failed to produce an amicable settlement of the issues, and testimony of plaintiffs' witnesses began. Wednesday afternoon and resumed during the forenoon today before Judge Monroe. The testimony at the prior hearing for issuance of a temporary injunction was made a part of the record at the full hearing now in progress, by agreement of op- Dosing counsel. Attorney Virgil M. Jacoby, of Alton, is counsel for defendants in the injunction suit, Barbara Moore Limps Into Times Square Truman Only Democrat to Use Cleaver By JAMES MARLOW Prnw Nw» Analynt WASHINGTON (AP)-The only big Democrat to use a cleaver j so far in his party's presidential race is former President Truman who was never renowned for NEW YORK (AP)-WHy did j subtlety. Dr. Barbara Moore. 56, Hie Brit- Already he's beginning to look teh vegetarian, hoof It all the way i deserted and lonely. Hie only own his charges. Johnson, never a simple man, seemed to be on Truman's side and suddenly he didn't seem to be. The day after Truman had his say on Kennedy, Johnson leaped in on Truman's side, saying he agreed with the former president and accusing Butler of failing to consult him on convention arrangements. At that time, Johnson had not yet publicly admitted he was even « candidate for the Democratic nomination. But for lack of support Truman's attack on Kennedy began to look like a pale rider on a pale horse. By the time Johnson got around to announcing two days later he was a candidate, he had no complaint to make. He WHS asked that day If he was going to cite a single instance of rigging—this was the lanky Texan's big chance both to back up Truman and to help de- rnoitah KefMRQr of cram MM evidence ot • fix, fl to tad H. MuA tsui An more ot tew M gtnue tt OOQBK on each udwi, ewcpl to a DMR» hanoed way. Most dynamite la 75 f*r cent nitroglycerine and 25 per cent kfeselguhr (the tetter an earthy sediment containing flint). from San Frandsco to New said into York? "To prove my theories eating," the physician Wednesday as she limped crowded Times Square. She had covered the 3,387 miles in 85 days. Actually, she still has five more miles to go. The New Jersey police gave her a lift to the Holland Tunnel so that she could reach New York before dark. She will pace off that distance in Central Park. She owes her stamina to a meatless diet, she said. On her way she drank grass juice, orange juice and water. She ate powdered cashews, cucumbers, sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, soya "meatburgers," nectarines and other uncooked foods. Dr. Moore left San Francisco April 13, a day after two British paratroop sergeants set out on a similar hike. The men—nonvege- tarians—made it to New York in 66 days. other weapons used up till now have been velvet sandbags, about i Truman last week tried to chop Bengali is the most developed and used of India's scores of languages, while Hindi is the fastest growing, a Calcutta study showed. Sanskrit is the third most used. Egyptian silversmiths used primitive forms of wet electric batteries as early as 2,000 B. C. in electroplating metals. including alleged owners of the race track property. Sen. John F. Kennedy's presiden tial chances to bits by implying the Massachusetts senator's supporters were rigging the Democratic Naional Convention which opens next week. It was a sensation for a moment but began to resemble a frustrated whisper as one after another of the top Democrats sought to disentangle themselves from any connection with Truman's charges. Florida's Gov. LeRoy Collins, convention chairman, denied any rigging. Paul M. Butler, in charge of convention arrangements because he's chairman of the Democratic National Committee also said it wasn't so. And even the two men who figured to gain most by Truman's charges if they were true—Sens. Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas and Stuart Symington of Missouri — left Truman standing by himself. The two are Kennedy's leading rivals for the nomination. Symington is Truman's personal choice for it, although Eleanor Roosevelt says Truman really is on Johnson's side. This week Symington said, "there has been nothing to indicate to me there has been any rigging." He said to the best of his knowledge his people had been treated fairly on convention arrangements. This left it up to Johnson to trail along with Truman or dis- Shoe Sale! Hundreds of Pairs Taken from Regular Stock Aeetnt — Vitality VaJuw to 12.95 8.97 Marva — Vtlvtt Sttp Values lo 10.95 5.97 Flan — Wedges Valuei (o 6.95 Special Group Values to 12.95 488 Special Group Values (o 10.95 1.88 Shoes — Main floor 104 W. 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The handle and sheath are polished, imported wood .., 10" overall, and they FLOAT. Every Dad opening • Pay 'N Save account for his fUhing trip, vacation, or any other pur. pose, or a $25 new savings account or adding $25 to a present savings •ccount, will receive on* of these knives absolutely free. Alton Banking & Trust Co. UO kit IrMjway, Alt**, lUUtoif IHMMR FIBMUUi OfifOUT W«U«ANCC COBPOBATIQN It's America's # I elastic bra/ The mok* *rj of Ploytex offer you this exciting "get acquainted" sale because they're sure that once you wear o Playtex Living Bra you will be a Playtex wearer forever. You II enjoy heavenly comfort oil day long with the exclusive elastic design. Only Playtex Living Bras use elastic like this to stretch in every direction your body mqves... yet always stay in place. • Bios-cut side panels move with you • •. breathe with you. • Criss-cross front lets you r*och gnd stretch freely. • Low oction bock stretches trou* ways only...neve/ ridat up os binds. 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