Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1960 · Page 12
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July 15, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JULY 15, I960 Burglars Obtain Money C |iar g ed Witl1 From JerseyvilleHome p ^ essi °«° f Burglar Tool ! plaints. (covered along the shoulder of Thc defendants ,VP,» arraign-i Routc 67A early Wednesd «y r. r ) Wednesday afternoon be-(morning, and the second series fore Justice A. Thatcher on thc;uf complaints were filed against hm-Klm- tool possession charges.!'»<? st - Louis trio. Tho ihrre pleadr-d not guill\ | Particular care was exer- the tools 'Little Red Brick 9 School To Be A uctioned Saturday JERSEYVILLE - The "Little JERSKYVILLK- Burglar- filtered thc rrMrtPtit'i 1 of .lock Bright on S. l,:»l'nycitf si reel here sometime dining th^ cailv hour*, "f Monrinv morning. Bright is thc operator "I Hi' 1 „„,) .lolni ( Tt'xaco Sen iff StBllon and di>- \i ri Minor covered Ihc break-in u hen he jvtuineri from dut> their emlv Monday. ••I Mi. and Mrs. Hei>chel Cox Jackie Kinghaiisen, daughter of Mi. and Mrs. 'fed Kinghau.son: Ann Seholl. dnughler of Mrs. ()din Srholl. all of last of the one torney Claude Davis, for the Trustees. nated by a Mr. Clayton who, atj wwne «« ** that time, was otvfler of thfe landj LOCKPORT. N.Y. f- P«that later belonged to 1he lateitrolmn Joseph Montedoro was J. E. Paul. None of the descend-|manning his post on a downtown ant* of the donor now live in(corner when a 2-year-old boy ,this area so far as Is known, i broke from his mother's hand attorney! M iss Josephine T.tetken. of;and ^shed into thc street Jerseyville. who, last week was years Motedoro sprinted in front of and M preliminary hearing was fis'-d ' n recovering ^ ,.i in, tn n m 'iniv •>•> with and checking lor finger prints, i Red Brick, ., _, ._. . »_..*. , ,,j , , « 1 f I/,' II officials marled Thursday 'room schools of Jersey County. T he building and the land,honored for 47 years in itidan oncoming deivery trade and IFKSKYVIlLr Comnlamts ' J "" rt flxed f °' eat ' h , ^'""^ ^or^t >™ *° °" tnp auctlon blork a1 "'ill be offered separately, then'teaching profession, taught at,swept up the youngster. The trurk ' ' pos J e s S j ori 0 | burglar.'" SUm - .-- " - -'' P- m - Saturday at the school. i as a unit, and will be sold in i Clayton lor 2, r ) years'prior to its'narrowly missed them. filed here late' • Sltltc |)Olice ' during llu I' 1 "'; <*af,. _ Almost More properly designated asKvhichever manner Brings thejelosing in 195B -when the new flip Montedoro discovered uho " " " ' ' ..--•--! p OR j LAND '# .1 A man .Clayton, the school is at t he | best prices. ! West Elementary School in Jer-i he had rescued tools \\fip Wednesday afternoon b.\ Chief j .Stale police, dunny Ike put' . ' . i suit of Tuesr1a\ e\ening ol the .Jowin. son ol Mr. and;,. -,. '„ M R| nrko ,'. h v 1. i cai in uhil ' h lln ' 1hm ' del>nd ' soiieht lo elude pursuers by duck-1 south edge of Jerseyville. I Authoritative sources s t a t oistyvillc was completed. Since'Patrolman •<H t OIUP n. ft. JJI«i.I\,/l U 4 V W ., ..;. J:-.._ ,..«...! «UAli -..-.' ».. . . - « _ . jt-- _>i II. -1 4Lu** ...lu.»1 !~ l« H 4... n MM IUIi»U,i* lit^ln tt«M' Ktll IrttMrr l-\ue tln>11^ ' ...U M ».»« . liouin of Kane. f*on Born to Dow Couple IrJKSKYVMLLli-'.Mr. and Mrs. iagainst Thomas L. Jones, ii;d- iward Kluckmyei- and Andrew Laundenhach. all of St. Louis.) 1 Bright orted the break - in .Stnnk'N Karriek of Dow are an- i.Iuly 1,'? al the Jersey Commun- \\ere riding, reported thatl ing into ())e , clty po |j ce station.; The sale is under the direc- lools had been thrown from He was nabbed ns he emerged ition of the Jersey County Board !from the building ;md urrested | of School Trustees and the prop- The thi-ec had been arraigned on previously | charges of- The burglar tools were re-1 for shoplifting. 'erty will be sold by State's A1- - the son ol Gerald Landrlgan that the school is between iW'thnt lime the building lias henrVwno was walking his beat § few and 100 years old. but the exact age is f not known. The property for the school building was do- used as a storage depot for blocks away. Community Unit School District No. 100. Jersey and Greene,counties. burglai-y arising out of a, a ' , Company! and estimated that the burglars! got S4(K, in bills and appro.xi niatel> Sis m silver. ! The baby has been named jibe Jersey Lumber _ . . , iStpvpn Michael and he weiehed 'J' 1 South State street. Thc gurglars gained entrance ]-- leven -'"Limei aim ne MHKHCU| by forcing a screen door and ai s pounds 5 ounces. He is a. The three bad been caught buck door into the kitchen j grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jos- in a state police road block lii the money was taken ieph McKinney of Jerseyville the God/rey vicinity about GENERAL © ELECTRIC open. lioni a ca«li register in home. Attending National JEKSEYVILLE — Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kar- ! rick of Dow and is a great- E.! ? ' lh Knight, of Dow. is among resi- |V ' dents of tins section of Illinois attending the National Demo-, era tic Convention tn Los Angeles i this week. Knight left for the West Coast last Thursday by train. He has'. been promtnately identified with , the Democratic Party in Illinois, j Cabbages (Jetting Big Headed j JERSEYVILLE — Cabbages; are growing large heads in Jei - seyville gardens during the cur-'j rent season of plentiful rainfall. Mrs. Paul AUeberry of 909 West Hickory street brought a sample cabbage from her garden to the Jerseyville business district Wednesday afternoon. The cabbage, an early variety, weighed in at eleven pounds and was twelve inches in diameter. Appointed City Sub Carrier JERSEYVILLE — James H. McCoy of Fairgrounds avenue, Jerseyvtlle. has been appointed city sub-carrier for the local post office and began his duties this week. He was one of several taking the Civil Service examination for the post at Alton' in June. McCoy has been em-j ployed by the post office for] about two years, serving at sub-1 stitute rural carrier. ; ! Teacher Training Anards JERSEYVILLE — County; Superintendent of Schools O. A. Wilson lias received notice that. four 1960 graduates of the Jersey Community High School are recipients of Teacher Training! Scholarships which may be used for four years tuition al any of five state colleges and universities. Those awarded the scholarships were Janet Cox, daughter McKinney Sr., of Jersey. Fred W. Albert and Mrs. i Khoda Karriek of Dow. and Mr. 11:30 p.m. Tuesday and| brought to the Jersey County jail pending the filing of com- and Mrs. Henry Behmc of Car-: SAVE 1O% EXCISE TAX Room Conditioners GOLDEN HOOVER DAYS Special Spring SALE on aH HOOVER Convertibles The only cleaner that really) get* rug* clean ... for only the Hoover Convertible beats, as it sweeps, as it cleans I IK" it :* 2-DOOR REFRIGERATOR FREEZER These room conditioners were purchased from the factory before the new excise tax became effective. The saving M passed on to you . .. while present supply lasts. iiiiiiii H H PM «?:!»?'!!« •••t ;?•£!! Spring Sale $, priced at Model 31 With Tools ALTON HOME IMP. 652 E. Broadway HO 2-9246 Free Parking in Rear of Store off Ridge Open Mon. and Fri. Hires Till 9 Under the New G-E "Go/den Value' Trade in Plan NOW ONLY MODEL (U60S Here ii the high capacity Air Conditioner i ciatly designed for areas where high humidity is as much a factor as high temperature. TW» unit has a 8500 BTU cooling capacity and »•» moves almost 10 gallons of moisture per day from the air in your house. EXISTING STOCK LASTSI ALTON HOME IMPROVEMENT 652 E. BROADWAY (Free Parking in Rear Off Ridge St) HO 2-9246 MAMMOTH PARADE JULY 17 1:30 P. STARTS AT PEARL AND BROADWAY DRUM & BUGLE CORPS CONTEST 7:00 PH-ALTON PUBLIC SCHOOL STADIUM-JULY 17 WELCOME FIFTH DIVISION LEGIONNAIRES WE THANK YOU Officers and members of the Fifth Division, American Legion, Department of Illinois, and Alton Post 126, wish to express their sincere thanks to the firms and individuals listed below who made financial contributions to make our convention possible. We also extend our thanks to many other persons and organizations who gave of their time and effort in our behalf. Machinists Local No. BUS Piasu Lodge No. 27 Teamsters Local No. 325 Barbers Local No. 81 Machinists Local No. 12tt! Gliibs Workers Local No. 4o Trades & Labor Assembly . . Alton-Wood River Bids. & Construction Trades Council Magulre Signs O'Neill & O'Neill Trl-Clty Grocery Alton Banking & Trust Co. 1 irst Nat'l Bank Lafayette Young Jr. M.U. Owls Club Green & Hougluud Kendrlck & Llndblad Meal Cutter Local No. 88 Joe Brandt Hardware Duck Paint Store Home Sav. & Loan Ass'n Sprlngmun Really Development Pepsi-Cola Bottling Bakers Local (i. Jackson Distributing Co. C. J. Jacob;' Co. 1 rnsi & Jones Agency (irokhhelm Ins. Agency A. C. Budd Uoburi S. Milibker M. O tlllolt J. t'. Uurmun IHrkbon Distributors Paul Hrlcf Quality Motors t .mIMldi Cigar Store Murrlksvv Shoe Store J & 11 Motor Supply I. & I. Furniture Store Morgan Distributing Co. Jourdaln Roofing Co. Ciinham Sheet Melul Central Sales Hal* Motors Hocferi Bros. lU'llk'y Bros. Schuetfer's Store Vogue Store Bledermun I 1 urn. Cu. Phclun Paint Store ( olumbla Tavern Coney Island Restaurant Bill Roller Service Anu'rican Reprint Allied Produce Chuck Dierlne toicl iMiilur Citizens Couch Co. Ross Armbruslcr, Attorney Ted Price Real Lstule I lumlngo Motel Slieppard. Morgan & Sclitvauu Canteen Co. of Alton C. J. Schlosser Co. Flotel Strntford Plasn Tool & Die Cu. M. A. U. Inc. Bunk of Alton Black's Sporting Goods llellrung Ins. Agency Comet Drive-Inn * Uroadwuy H Main Produce Carter Lincoln-Mercury Wiseman Plbg. & Htg. Co. Sid Drake Tire Co. Alton Home Improvement Harry Hemphlll Agency Modhlnk & Mosele, Attorneys .1. B. Walter Service Suiter Pharmacy J. H, Murray Optical Co. 1 oiigerv Shop I eo Pohlmuu Int,. Agency Smith Funeral Home P. N. Hlrsch & Co. Kroger Grocery Alton Water Co. Lee Klein Moljir Co. Lewis-Clark Motel Hitrold Kllnke J. P. Yungck. Inc. A. A. A. Home Improvement Norton & Allen Ins. Ageuo Otllce Machines Inc. William P. Morrlssry Ins. AKency Hotel & Rest. Meal Supply George Smiley Ins. Co. Barlcff's 1 . W. Woolworth Carl's Shoe Store Greer's Lunch A. W. Daly. Attorney Bond's Clothing Store Modi* O' Day Store V'U-k's Shoe Store S. S. Kresge C'. B. Noudecker, Inc. Mldtotvn Tavern SkUgK'k I (seller Bldg. it Supply City I'uol & Supply I homeciek Oil Co. St. Peter's Hardware G.M.A.C. Corp Alton Suv. & Loan Ass'n Myer Bros. Allen & Nlmmons, tin. Agency Illinois Thrifty Drug Dick's Fine i-'ood International Travel Advisers Don Hale Agency McCllntock Optical Service Thomas J. Fleming Co. Garretl I-urn. Co. Sander's Drug Store Glberson Ins, Agency Streeper I unerul Home Coca-Cola Bottling Co. United Men's Shop Alton Refrigeration Co, Wells Tire Co. Mike's Electric Co. Blndlrr Dtpl. Store Lock Floral Co. Hanlon & Huegele A & P Food Slori- U & W. Drug Store Trl-P'iner Cleaners Baxter Distributing Co. Franklin Union Fum. Co. Alton Hardware Store Ben Franklin Store , Campbell's Pharmacy Kramer Flectrlc Co. Greer Ins. Agency Tony's Tailor Shop I' S. Shoe Hal Shop Metropolitan Ins. Co. Standard Home Furnishers Superior Carpet Co. Godwin Office Supply Mevlln Moving & Transfer Schoffner Music Co. Tudd Cleaners Lewis Auto Repair Paul's Shoe Store Nathan Marcus Ready to Wear Fus/.-Sclnnel/le Co. liocktord Life Ins. Co. National Food Store Wardeln Drug Store Theen Ins. Agency Mason Bottling Co. Gould Music Shearburn Ice Cream Campbell Cent & Awning PUBLIC INVITED TO THE AT THE BANQUET STRATFORD HOTEL HEAR THOMAS A. YOUNGLOVE, FORMER UNDERCOVER AGENT FOR THE FBI SATURDAY, JULY 16 - 6:30 P.M. Reasivatioas must be mode or' Stiattoid Hotel by noqp Saturday. /uJy 16. BRING THE FAMILY ... BRING THE KIDDIES ... BRING YOUR FRIENDS. PAR/IDE FEATURES . . . SIR FORCE BAND HIGH SCHOOL BANDS MUNICIPAL BANDS • • • DRILL TEAMS • • • SR, COLOR GUARDS • • • JR, COLOR GUARDS • • • TWIRLING UNITS • • • FLOATS • • • ARMY DUCKS • • • DRUM & BUGLE CORPS t • • MOTORCYCLE CORPS • • • BIG 40 ft 8 ENGINES TICKETS AVAILABLE . . . for tin- official drum unil bugle corps contest at tin Alton 1'ublic School Stadium from thf firms listed bi-lou: FIFTH DIVISION AMERICAN LEGION CONVENTION ALTON, ILLINOIS, JULY 16-17 ALLAMERIOA PITY ALTON LEOION POST, No, 128 Sears Gould Music Hanlon & HaegeU Young's Deluxe Cafe Stalp Hardware Kerr Drug Bowl Haven Barleff's Ruts' Barber Shop Milton Variety Rain & Rain Gro. Wardein Pharmacy Vieth Sweet Shop Ray's Barber Shop Winkler Barber Shop Dover Confectionery Alton Public School Stadium Directed by Firty.Nintb Stati Drum ft Bufli OirM Ait'n of St. Unit, M*, f

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