Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1960 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 7, 1960
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Section 2 Pages 21-36 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Established January 15, 1830 ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, JULY ?, 1960. So Per Copy Member of The Associated Prut A 75-ixniml polar bear CUB nampd Atertak (the name means "bear cnh" in Eskimo language) In the people of Alaska was to Floridn. Glaoomo Pueetfli, Italian opera composer, dted in Brawls, Bel ghim, on Nov. 29. 1924. His works Include 'la Boheme," "La Tosca" and "Madame Butterfly." AFTIR THI FOURTH To Attend Red Crow FHA Conference To Meet Toni « hl In Bloomington CARLINV1LLE — Training Course For Boy Scouts This The Ma- STS ROXANA - Bonnie Wo«lanl" U8 ' me f' ln K at17 ^i P ' m «T hUr8 ' daughter of Mr. and Mn. URoyl^ . to the Red , 2° M office in jthrep ,- pnders will attend a Wood River, has been he basement «f the courthouse SAVINGS UP TO 40% WOMIN'S Maternity Tops and Dresses Jewelry, ltc». $1.00 *8.9S Value U to '/» Off 2 for $1.00 88t- Boy Scouts and - selected by thej 1 " Chrllnvllle, for the purpose of Roxana of the chapter ** Future \ ot DirectorB - offlow* of the diap- Homemnkera of tr ' r and for , «* consideration of America as a (f ' |M "* ts and * e fra*" 8 ^ 0 " °T dplesatc to the su( ' h towlneM * s ma V properly j ...... ..._ meetlng i Jamboree training course this weekend at Camp Warren Levls, according to Warren Stookey, assistant executive of Piasa Bird Council. course \vill prepare the 20th leadership r o n- CHILORIN'S Olrln' summer Oremes, Entire Stock Kites 8 to 14, Ref. S2.M to $10.98 ........ <4 to '« Off Girls SvvlrmulU, Sices 8 to 8« ....... . ........ . 'i Off Olrli' Better Coordinates, Short*, Jamaica*, P. Pushers, Slim Jlm«, Reg. $1.9$ to $8.9$ ...... ....' ....... W Off Alton Pitta And WlUhlrt Village Both Stores Open Monday and Friday Nights 'Til 9 P.M. reretiec to held .July through 29 B. Woodard Bloomitiglon. i Bonnie, who will serve as Every person with In the terrl toi;y of the chapter who has paid Jamboree which i* to be near Colorado Springs, Colo., this sum- 25 1Red Cross membership duesmw beginning July 17. j n within a year or Who Is a life Or, Its purpose is to acquaint the patron member is a member of scouts with new eo^iipmcnt which a (he chapter and Is expected to will be used on the 10-day "Jam- discussion leader at the con attend and vote at the meeting. boree". They will use charcoal to cook meals similar to those they will IK? eating during the jamboree. Sunday afternoon they will pack ference, is a sophomore at Rox-| and d aug hters. Mary Ann and ana High, and is vice president M arth(li O f R 0nm Place and Mr. ; of the FHA chapter there. ^j Mrg> Samuel Fleming and ! Roxuia Notes son Summy of Clark avenue, most of their equipment to be shlp- ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Ed- have returned after spending thejped to Colorado Springs. They will ward Davis and daughter, Ka-jpast two weeks vacationing at,keep with them only the personal thy, of Doerr avenue have re-i the Lake of the Ozarks. j equipment which they will carry turned from near Padticah, Ky.,' Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pickering i with them in back packs. ;where they spent several days!of East St. Louis visited Wed-! The jamboree will be on a 2500- j visiting Mrs. Davis' cousins. Mr. nesday evening with Mr. and'acre area of the Diamond J-Bar •and Mrs. Preston Bugg. Mrs. Arvil Pickering and daugh-'Ranch near Colorado Springs. .' Mr. and Mrs. Aivil Pickering• ters of Rohm Place. 'Water lines and roads have been Trophies Given in Hoola Hoon Contest EAST ALTON - Patty Shellenberg. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Shellenberg, 402 Ohio Ave., and Janis Hobbs. daughter of Mrs. Elaine Hobbs, 308 East Dr., won spot trophies in the hoola hoop contest on Wednesday morning at the Community Building. Miss Shellenberg won first place in the nine and under age group, and Miss Hobbs won first place in th»' 1.0 to 14 age group. Twenty- eight girls competed in the contest. Winners of Wednesday's mumbly peg contest were Tony Biro in the under 12 age group and Melvin Bunting in the 12 and over age- group. Eighteen boys participated in the contest. "Variety Week" will be the title of next week's program at the Community Building. Monday, a badminton tournament will be featured, and band practice will be held at the East Alton Junior High School. Tuesday's events will be a sand modeling contest and a Softball game. A doll show and a treasure hunt will be featured on Wednesday. A second checker tournament and a another soflball game will be held Thursday. Friday's program will feature the collection of craft material for display, and basketball games. It takes 500 to 600 years build one inch of top soil. to Proposed Bill Would License Missouri Trucks BELLEVILLE. III. (AP) - The Belleville City Council is studying an ordinance designed to pressure the city of St. Louis and the state of Missouri into repealing state Income and city earnings taxes on Illinois residents. The proposed ordinance would license all Missouri trucks doing business in Belle%1lle. It was introduced Tuesday night by AM. Chattes E. Nictate, who said it wttfd be either a daily fee or a wheel tax. Nichols said, "if our dfltena are .to be penalized fOf working in Missouri, then we nhouM take steps to inflict similar measures on Missouri." He said the proposal wooM hurt truckers economically and mey in turn would put pressure on the General Assembly and the city of St. Louis to repeal taxes oft Illinois residents. "Illlnoisans protesting (0 the Missouri Legislature would have no effect but protests from Missouri businessmen would," Nichols declared. constructed in the area. Electric and phone lines have also been put up there. j Over 55,000 scouts and leaders, are expected at this year's jam-| boree. More than 27,000 tents will j be used for living quarters by the i scouts. Over 32,000 scouts will get j to the jamboree by railroad, Stoo- j key said. CHUCK ROAST FRYERS WHOLE * GROUND BEEF3 98 AG BRAND 1 LB. BOX SALT Both Only With purchase AG BRAND BACON MORRELL THICK SLICED yjj WIENERS i • i Home Made LOOM PORK SAUSAGE . . . 2' 45c GROUND CHUCK . . . 69c MINUTE STEAKS . SIRLOIN STEAK .... • 89c Braunschweiger . LARGE BOLOGNA 3-51.00 • 85c 39c BLACK PEPPER •••••••••••••••••••••••I FLASHLIGHT . . . WINDOW CLEANER UTILITY PAILS . . . MODESS LUX FACIAL SOAP . FAB POWDER . . . Eveready with bulb Easy Off Aerosol Bomb Pla»Hc 10-quart 13 in pkg. Bath « Size Cfor With « reg. Durates it pkgs. WlLU. coat Philadelphia CREAM CHEESE .... 80 * 33c OLEO ........ 2- 35c New: Kraft's Elkhorn MUEHSTER 6HEESE . . 87 C Kraft's American ONEESE SHOES ' 69c ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I USE LIKE CREAM C TOPIC 3i»29 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••i BANANAS -^ WATERMELONS CALIFORNIA PLUMS PILLSBURY FLOUR CLOROX. Gal. 49 29 SPRY. 3 • 69 C HOMOGENIZED MILK.. 3""89 MAXWILL HOUSE COFFEE^ PEVELY i Farmcresf JL ICE CREAM SHURFRESH PARTY PAK COOKIES ASSORTED LB. PKG. 39 SWANSDOWN YEL, CHOC., WHITE CAMPBELL'S 37c PORK Y BEANS .. 71ST 1 .00 TASTEI OLD FASHION 2-4» 6-2* 2 lor*. Aft,. 10»VM V9V Oil MONTI KRAFT'S QRAPE JELLY • 29' FRUIT COCKTAIL PEACHES MATCH PEANUT BUTTER PINEAPPLES 2-29° ENGLISH MUFFINS . . . ,51, 2 s* BABY FOOD MI Ca " . . . .10 ,.69 Smart way to save . . . shop now for your new fail coat. Advance-season prices are lower . . . and a small down payment holds your coat in layaway. SAVE! PAYROU CHICKS CAtHID BUI Regular pricei are R«duc«d 10% During Our Annual SUMMER LAY-AWAY SALE! Fur Trims Moutons Fur Stoles Fine Woolens Tweeds Shorties - Three Quarter Coats Full Length Coats * Walking Suits Chart* Accounts Invited I Sckcpefferls IM W. Third tt.

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