Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 15, 1960
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FRIDAY, JULY 15,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGLfi THREE O'Brien potatow are ewy to prepare: Just mix diced cooked potatoes with chopped green pepper and diced plmiento, then fry hi butter or othef fat. •iwy MMMy Dellvety ZIKI PHARMACY Dtol CL B-226S. fUmewoml Hte. Gov. Stratton To Speak at Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE - Oov. Wll- llam Q. Stratton has accepted an invitation to speak at a countywide Republican rally and fish fry at American Legion Park here on Aug. 24, H tott Announced today by WrtbUT H. Oehring, chairman of the Madison County Central Republican Committee. Also invited to attend the rally will be all Republican county candidates for public office, including state and national candidates If they are able to be here, Gehrlng said. Heat cooked carrots with butter and a little mint jelly; serve with lamb. Betkalto Rainbow Order Hold* Initiation Wednesday make your roof l^^w IflMAMte^jJ i tiki nia — '- ^+M •••^•Ih jkitfi +A -*- ' ^ r^vw Wffj^ u f W Wfl^^B ^^W» WWWW ivnili WQ ^n Wf* m I IB VIJ ogotmt wind domofp*... tovfog cotriy rtpoirtl Sptclol factory applied odKejive do«t ttw |ob right on your roof trrthowf •xtra labor eott I And « *«p*rt«ne»d roofer* we know Celotex &htngle< kov* M^tor qwoltty . . . lo*» y*ort longer — CvHing roof cottl* pffffMQ] Dfftttf fOOv 5«* *• MTW MASTER- BUILT LADDERS Sizet from 3' to 36' 16 Ft. Ranch Type Extension and Step MISTY WALNUT MASONITE WALL PANEL 5 - Groove Design 4x8 — '/< " Sheet Special * 08 Per Sheet BETHALTO — Initiation was held Wednesday at the regular meeting of the Bethalto Chapter of the Order of Rainbow for Girls In the Masonic Temple. A reception was held for Janet Powell, who was appointed grand chaplain of the Rainbow Grand Assembly. Worthy Advisor Mrs. Ellen Ellesperman presented Miss Powell with a gift and bouquet of flowers. Plans were completed for the ham supper sponsored by the chapter and scheduled for July 30 frofn 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. Tickets are available from members of'the chapter. The Bethalto chapter will re- iceive an official visit from the i Grand Worthy Advisor, Valerie JKnox, on Aug. 24 it was announc- ijed by Mrs. Ellsperman. 11 Struck By Auto ! BETHALTO — Three year old i Roy Plegge was injured late 11 Thursday when he ran into the I i path of a car driven by Charles | Piro of 711 Prairie. I Piro was southbound on Prair- I'ie street when the boy sudden- |jly ran across the street Piro told police. The driver said he was unable to stop to avoid hitting lithe child. Witnesses estimated the speed of Piro's auto at 20 mph. The accident was investigated by Patrolman Fred Boehm. Festival Starts Tonight I BETHALTO — The annual .festival sponsored by Our Lady Queen of Peace Church will get! underway tonight and continue through Sunday with free wrest- Montclaire Pool Nearly Complete At Edtvradsville EDWARDSVILLE — Work the private swimming pool of the Montclaire Pool Association is expected to be completed In about three weeks and an opening day ceremony with city officials Invited to dedicate the pool will be held, it was announced Thursday. Construction of the pool began April 25. The association presently has about 200 members, but memberships to the public are still open, an association official said. Cost of a membership is $200, with a $35 yearly assessment added. Membership entitles members to swimming privileges for himself and family. Guests will be assessed a slight charge for use of the pool. The association anticipates keeping the pool open beyond Labor Day, if weather permits, because of the late opening date. A pool manager, assistant and four life guards have been employed, and swimming lessons approved North Alton News cmmm CLAM TO HAVB M PPfcR SATURDAY The Home Builders Class of ithe First Church of God will sponsor a supper Saturday from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tickets at $1.25 and 75 cents will be available at the door. The menu will consist of chicken and dump- an lings as the main course. Announces Award Of Scholarships EDWARDSVILLE - Wilbur R. Trimpe, county superintendent of schools, has Just received official notice from the University of Illinois that an additional scholarship has been authorized on the basis of the 1960 census for Madison County. The scholarship ha* been awarded to Curtis John Schubert, SB Doerr, Roxana, based upon die grades on the examination taken by high school seniors In March of this year, given by the county superintendent and graded by the university. This scholarship brings the total University of Illinois scholarships to 10 for Madison County. The scholarships exempt •• wtev ntrs from tuition flm lot lour years at Ow university. New Zealanden raised inch furore against •ending an all-white Rugby team to South Africa (yielding to segregation there), that many New Zealand boys Rugby to learns. are turning from Soccer, Auckland ITNICRAI, HOME WILL UK 2ft YEARS OLD Gent Chapel on State street will observe its 25th anniversary this month. BREAKS ARM IN PALL FROM BICYCLE Terry Schwartz, 12, of 2341 State St., suffered a broken bone in his elbow Thursday when he fell from his bicycle. The son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles Schwartz, Terry fell when the handlebars of his bicycle and that of his brother locked as they were en route to do yard work at the home of Victor Schwartz of Brentwood boulevard. He was admitted to Alton Memorial Hospital. Three-year-old Linda Bloodworth, 217 W. Elm St., Alton, sustained injury to her great and second toes of her left foot, when she struck a basketball ring in her yard. She was dismissed after treatment at Alton by the Red Cross are expected to Memorial Hospital be offered for a small charge. The pool is designed to have a capacity of 400 families. A parking area for 80 automobiles will be open this year and the association having a picnic are*, j Chinese Red Trade Mission Due in Havana on the site by next spring. Hours of the pool will be from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily, including Sundays. ling presented all three nights. Warkers are erecting stands ! and making final preparations for 'the festival. Food, concessions, |and rides will be available to I I the public on the festival grounds j i located next to the church. I Wesle.van Guild Meets . ! BETHALTO — The Wesleyanj . jGuild of the Methodist Church, 1 Attends Meeting | held their regular meeting re-j ® icently with the program by Ritai EDWARDSVILLE — Dr. Relations Head HAVANA (AP) — A high-level j Chinese Communist trade mission was due in Havana today, and Peiping was expected to offer to take up some of the slack in Cuban sugar sales created by the I U.S. cutback in purchases. i It was anticipated that the : trade talks would lay the ground• work for establishment of full dip- llomatic relations, which would make Prime Minister Fidel Cas- YOUR HOME COMES FIRSTS GINTER-WARDEIN CO. | i Elliott and worship by Mrs. jPat Black. A "guild weekend" |[will be held at McKendree College on Aug. 12, 13 and 14 it was reported at the meeting. Arrangements were made to I ] hold the next guild meeting at I Ithe Leslie Bates Neighborhood | j House in East St. Louis on Aug. i 2. Mrs. Vernelle McGaughey will present the program and Mrs. | j Louis Nave will hold the worship. The guild is selling Christmas Raymond Spahn, director of public relations for Southern Illinois University Southwestern Campus, attended can College tro's regime the first nation in the Western Hemisphere to re- the Peiping government. Known for Quality $1 .If Value BOYS' JEANS Site 4 to 12 $ at Sensible Me* $2.91 Ladlm' SUMMER SANDALS Size 41/2 to 9 Values 1.39 to 1.79 SHORT SLEEVE MEN'S SHIRT Solids, Crepes, Fancies .., 95 REGISTER FOR FREE PONY! Children to 14 Years, Accompanied by Parents. No Purchase Necessary er $ THIRD and! PIASA . ALTON the annual Ameri- Public Relations Associations meeting in Washington D. C. July 10-14. The meeting was held in conjunction with the American Alumni Council. The purpose of the meeting ,was to raise the standards of public relations j through the pooling of ideas in 81 Henry HO 5-3588 I! cards it was announced by the (the fields of development, com| i president. Hostesses were Rita j munications and publications. J Over 2000 attended this meeting. Elliott and Mrs. Adda Smith. ! Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK' New accounts jubilee ends July 31 ... Plan now to stop by. Savings accounts insured safe up to $10,000 by FSLIC. Handy front door teller's window . . . Free front door parking. \ DISCOVER HIGHEST DIVIDEND! as^as^fesss- Plus FREE GIFTS FOR SAVING! • SAVE $100 OR MORE! RECEIVE TIPSY TIM" SET OF 6 GLASSES AND STAND Drive Right -. In X*. ' / V tt A famous "Tipsy Tim" set of 6 glasses and copper and brass stand IB yours free when you open a PREPAID SHARE ACCOUNT with $100 or more. Practical and beautiful, "Tipsy Tim" and his six glasses can go from kitchen to patio or anywhere you need them. You can add to your account at any time in multiples of 50. Funds will earn • new rate of 5% per annum, first payable June 30, I960. OR ANCHOR HOCKING FIRE KINO COPPER-TINT OVENWARE A famous 12-piece Anchorglass Ovenware set Is yours free when you open a PREPAID SHARE ACCOUNT with $100 or more. Practical and beautiful, ovenware is guaranteed two years against oven breakage. You can add to your account at any time in multiples of $50. Funds will earn at new rate of 5% per annum, first payable June 30, 1960. Sm $10 or Mori Roooivo SWIVEL HEAD UTILITY LANTERN Open a new REGULAR MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS SHARE ACCOUNT with $10 or more. Your free gift will be a handy lantern with strong beam and swing-up red flasher, • useful "Safety Companion" for auto or home. Add to savings in multiple* of 50c or $1 each. Earn new 5% rate, first payable June 30, 1960. CURRENT YEARLY RATE ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS and PREPAID SAVINGS CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION III SMITH AVI 614*3142 Heun: t aan. ro 4iIO pun. Friday Ivtitaf i U«tU 7 p.m. Saturday* •AST ALTON Clerk Releases Circuit Court Progress Report EDWARDSVILLE — A progress report of the Madison County Circuit Court was released today by Circuit Clerk pro-tern Eugene Berghoff. Cases filed in Circuit Court in 1957 totaled 1,654, with 1,430 disposed of. In 1958 cases filed totaled 1,637, with 1,670 disposed of. In 1959 total cases filed were 1,625, with 2,235 disposed of. During 1959 civil jury verdicts iwere as follows: verdicts for plaintiff, 62; agreed cases, 20; verdicts for defendant, 24; mistrials, 1; and hung jury, 1. Total amount of verdicts was $729,544.30. During the six months of 1960, there were a total of 892 cases filed and 986 disposed of. Civil jury verdicts during this period were: verdicts for plaintiff, 31; agreed cases, 8; verdicts for defendants, 6; mistrials, 2; and hung jury, none. Total amount of verdicts was $216,324.33. Cases pending as of June 30, 1960, were 1,935. The three circuit judges in the Madison County Circuit Court are Harold R. Clark, Alton; Joseph J. Ban-, Wood River, and James O. Monroe Jr., Collinsville. Rev.M 9 Guinness, Preparing for j i Mass, Stricken EDWARDSVILLE —The Rev. Father P. P. McGuinness, pas tor of St. Mary's Catholic Church, was reported in fair condition at St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland today after suffering a stroke this morning. Father McGuinness was taken to the hospital by Straube ambulance at 7:50 a.m. today. His physician, Dr. Henry Malench, said that Father McGuinness was preparing to say Mass in •hurch this morning when he elt a pain in his head and decided to call for aid. Father McGuinness has been lastor of St. Mary's Church for IP years and celebrated the 50th anniversary of his ordination to he priesthood in 1958. Born in England, Father MoGulnness has served as pastor of Catho- ic churches at Shipman, tfurrayvllie, MorrisonvlHe and Springfield. He was 79 years old on July 1. Apricot preserves are widely available and make convenient delicious fillings for cake*, codiies and lady finger*. ' MONTICELLO CELEBRATION PLAZA SPECIAL SATURDAY PRIZES GIFTS! FREE FREE BALLOONS SAVINGS SATURDAY! DEPART MENTS MONTICELLO PLAZA DEPARTMENT BRING FAMILY! FRIDAY SATURDAY BIG SQUARE DANCE i DMM wider the start it Moitleillo Plizi Parking Lei le Ike Mislo of DON FOX and HIS BAND! Brh| the Family. Presented by the Geffrey Vetaitoer Flremai. • •••••^IF !• ^IF ^BSBr!e!PLBniH?^THRIB^~

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