Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 20, 1960 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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PAOE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1980 Oglesby Named Head Of Airport Committee RDWARbSVtLLE -O r v i I R. ,^nn County. Oglesby ind 3 Thugs Take V***** 860 From Man At Wood River ORleshy, 10.. Wood River Ave.. l_ti$t Alton. Wood River Town ship assistant supervisor, was elected permanent chairman of the Bi-County Airport Commit' teft HI a meeting Tuesday in E8»t St. Louis. James Krmise of East St. Loul* was elected secretary. Oglesby said the next step In the efforts toward establishing a major airport in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area uas to contact federal and state authorities as to the requirements. Oglesby told the Telegraph since the InMer county has land, a fe-.v miles of! VVOOD RIVKR - T|1IW men St. Louis County is Avr uf M} " n(i <- >u < On Bluff St. \ Catches Fire i A vacant housp at 323 Bluff St caught fire from an undetermined caiiw Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. T belongs to Louis Wiedman I,,,. a major airport llim on mo lflft elbow witn a jSr.. 711 Euclid PI. nnd~ SiClair County does not knife on Old St. Louis road; Firemen said the fire-started in h.,vp'available land except for^rly this morning the basement of the house, the souihern end. He said there The three hoodlums met Mar-; Wiedmmi said considerable dam- i« a possibility that available giS in a tavern and when he i "fie «as donr to thr walls, floors 'mid lor the airport will be with-!left on the old St. Louis road <yid '-oof of the one story frame in in minutes of downtown St I nuis if it is located in Madison County. There are si\ supervisors, three from Madison County and three from SI. Clair. on the Committee and the Southwestern Illinois Council of Mayors will that the committee "will not sette for anything less than a, comm m ee in its con- major metropolitan airport to handle the largest airplanes constructed and with rqom for expansion for the next 20 years." j The airport would be on thej cast side and probably in WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING AD IN TOMORROW'S TELEGRAPH SUPERIOR CARPET CO. they took his money and cut him j house. with a knife. Companies. 1 and 3 answered Hurgis was treated at Wood| thc flre cal1 River Township Hospital for sup-| Thls naming at 7:04 an auto- erficial laceration of the leftj' 1100 '^ cfirburetor flashed up and elbow and then released. (caused minor damage to the en- jgine area of an auto belonging to Virgil Booher. 402 E. 20th St. Engine companies 2 and 3 re- Isponded to the call. List Wood River TourneyWinners, Nmth Altoll News WOOD RIVER — Hopscotch and corkball tournaments, featured at the three city playgrounds, concluded Tuesday, Leroy Emerick, director, reports. REVIVAL BEGINS TONIGHT Announced as winners are: atjAT CHURCH OP GOD Central Park — Hopsctoch: Mary Tatoar 8-10 year category; Ron A revival will open at 8 p.m. today at First Church of God, Drainer. 10-12 year; and Dennis | 6; -, E E|m stif and seller 6-7 year; corkball: David Varble and Mike Hudock. 10-11 year; Mick and Bob Hebel, 12-13. Vicki Flart was champion in 'tinning investigation of the airport. Traffic Arrest EDWARDSVILLE — Dale W. Prater. 18, Rt. 4. was fined $45 Magistrate Vuagninux this morning | mi a charge of reckless driving brought against him by local police. Prater was arrested by Officer Donald Wilson at 10:43 p.m. Tuesday on Second street. \Viison said Prater backed out of the Tiger Town—a teen-age c enter—parking lot, put his car on low gear without stopping rnd "floored" the accelerator. Hospital News EDWARDSVlLLE-Two area residents were admitted Tuesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland. Two patients were discharged. „ _ _ __ Admitted wen,: Ah- Helen!" 81 * Toe '' contest of decorating uf lhe junior age gmjp Jellen, Glen Carbon: Mrs. I th0 le * f ? r p , nzes f the .™ st Marie Strader. 313 East Van.j« nusual : *"nniest, etc - will b * [featured Friday. : Visitors from Honduras I WOOD RIVER — Mr. and! Gue.st Soloist |Mrs. Eugene Fahnestock, 306' S. Ninth St., are entertaining asj EDWARDSVILLE - Miss Su-| house guests this summer Missl zn . nne Slavik > 17 - Edwardsville i through Sunday evening. The Rev. A. L. Acuff of Washington Park Church, will speak at each night's meeting, through Satur- Methodist Men Name Officers HARTFORD - Tom Tichefcal was installed as the new president of the Sub-district Methodist Men at a dinner meeting 20 Per Cettt Cut in Crop Is Proposed Contract Let for Comity Meeting Room EDWARDSVTLLE - L Korinek and son. ColUnsvllle contractors, have been awarded the contract .for construction ot DE KALB. III. d,. 1 !)—A program| a board of supervisors meeting Tuesday evening at the Hart- j calling for taking out of production 1'oom in the basement of l'ic ford Methodist Church. Other of- 20 per rent of the crop land in courthouse, on a low bid ol ficers elected for the new year | every farm was endorsed Tuesday !$18.".00. the Telegraph learned were: Glen Piltz. vice president | by 1,000 Midwestern farmers. today. ajid Harold Smithson, secretary.] The proposal, drafted by thei Other bidders were and the board's courthouse committee will re-advertise on the electrical end of the project . Only one electrical bid was submitted, it was reported, that bid was over the Edward Kane of \illr is architect. Honot-Pd at Shower WOOD RIVER Mrs. Henry Lang of 565 Park Lane was hostess at a shower last Thursday | for Mrs. ,lark Taylor of 56S Melvin Park Lane. There were 11 VfettHtg ormidpftrenti BETHALT0 - Ricky Atun- us of Bunker Hill Is spending few weeks with his grand- .rnnts, Mr. and Mrs. Lennis ray. 204 K. Sherman. Ricky's 'ihotnp was partially destroyed in f he rr-fftit storm at Bunker Read Telegraph Want Ads Dail\ The Rev. R. E. George of Hart-1newly formed Farm Policy Coutt-jSuhre. Edwardsville. and Can-ipresent and refreshments were ford was the installing officer. The Rev. C. B. Johnson gave the invocation. E. B. Wiley led tlie group singing and Herbert Luman seved as pianist for the evening. A duet was presented by the host church. The guest speaker for the din tier meeting was the Rev. Jack Travelslead, pastor of the East Alton Mehhodist Church, who was introduced by C. M. Brown, past president of the sub-district Methodist Men. Tom Tichneal gave the benediction. There were approximately 75 men in attendance and the date for the next meeting was set for Oct. 18. Wood River Teen cil. was to be submitted today toinon Construction Corp.. Wood I served. Prizes for games were the Republican platform commit-,River, with bids of $19.089 andlawarded Mrs. Kaylor, Mrs. tee's farm subcommittee In Chl.jWl.717 respectively cago. Perry Wier. Mrs. Peggy Somp- lopscotch at Eastend and Phillip j Hay. after which the pastor of! Lakin and Dennis Dubblede, Dance Thursday WOOD RIVER - Teen-agers of the community have been Invited to a dancing party of the Loom Club. Moose Youth orgarv ization. at the Moose home from 7 to 11 p.m. Thursday. The Off Beats Band has been Lakin and Dennis uuDWeoe. the Alton church, the Rev. Cleoi 1IIC "" ™"* "«"» »« corkball: and Peggy Falicia, hop- Kie _ w „ deliver th _ sermons .! en ? a . ged lo furmsh mu . s c ' sctoch winner at West End. Kiern, will deliver the sermons, i There will be special music. Tetherball and clock golf tour- ; T)le Kierns were recently at naments are in progress at the Clinton. 111., for the youth camp playgrounds this week and a| xvhere they acted as counselors Adult sponsors are Mr. and jMrs. Virgil Foster and Mrs. The refrigeration contract on i ton and Mrs. LaWanna Dalton. Under the mandatory land re-jthe project went lo B. and ^'. j,p elegrHp)l ^ Vnn) ' AdR~'''CUCK" tirement program, farmers would|Refrigeration and Heating of receive no compensation for Idle i East Alton, on a bid of $3.802.5(1. r ^ $ It was the only bid submitted. Electrical bids were rejected sumption, Increasing exports and finding new uses for farm prod- land. Howard Mullins. Shabbona, 111., council chairman, said however, payments should be made for productive acreage withdrawn above! the quota. He also said the govern- '™one of these is sufficient, how- nient should provide additional guarantees against disastrously low farm market prices. The Democratic farm plank did not include the mandatory retirement program, but did guarantee to support family farm ownership. Mullins said one criticism of the present soil bank program, under which 28 million acres have been taken out of production, is that many small farms worked by single families went out of business. Keynote speaker Dr. Mervin G. Smith, farm economist for Ohio Jstate University, summarized the farm problem as that of generally low income of farmers as a group. He said the present net farm income in the last five years has averaged between $2,300 and $3,000 while the average annual wage the clubhouse in the park and per employed factory worker has j had a round table discussion'increased to about J4.600. about the homecoming July 29,' Dr. Smith said that supply is ever. Dr. t Smlth said, adding that the final alternative is that of land reduction. The mandatory (program was approved by tlie Illinois Agricultural Assn. but failed to win endorsement of tlie American Farm Bureau Federation. SHOE STORES >4-06 E. BromlwBV SAVINGS AHEAD Valiant Mildred Hermann. •cliilia. j Discharged were: William JKoenig, Route 3; Mrs. Irene -Ebrecht, 210 West Hale. Efhvanlsville Girl ,'tO and 31, which will feature personal apeparanees ol' radio , and television stars all three i nights. greater than demand in farm products. The imbalance can partially be corrected, he said, through increasing domestic con- INFANTS AND CHILDREN'S WEAR USE GRANT'S CHARGE-IT You May Have- With a Monthly Payment of $130 $200 $500 $10 $15 $28 HARD OF HEARING! I'll give you a FREE Home DEMONSTRATION —and show you the latest in Hearing Aids Maria Christina Quinonez and Miss Ondina Osorio Aquilos of Comayaguela, Honduras, Central High School student, will ap-' pear as violin soloist with the 1 Chaulauqua, N. Y. student sym- JACK STANSBERRY LIVING SOUND 'HEARING AIDS Call for Apppintmtmt CL 4-2628 or CL 4-4214 Model for model—feature for feature—you won't And a better hearing aid than Zenith—anywhere. Zenith all-transistor models include slim, trim eyeglass hearing aids,* inconspicuous at-the-ear hearing aids, conventional models and the world's first High- Fidelity Hearing Aid. There is a Zenith for every type of electronically correctable hearing loss. FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION • NO OBLIGATION Free On-The-Spot service check of all mattes You owe it to your Hearing to investigate Zenith "Living Sound" Hearing Aids REESE DRUG STORE 74 E. FERGUSON WOOD RIVER We handle batteries and accessories lor most hearing aids. M>« fnxi iwtt inn ,.;il.d tulMiliMl liMtw U Miirtiin <w» lh>* ••» '•"'* '»••'•" •litmi «i< nt 1.1 ib i «nl, Ikrtujl m> 0;l|iil»>Hrit, tm.mUi America. | phony orchestra at 10:30 a.m., Miss Quinonez will attend i'CDT) J"'y 30 on radio broad- 1 i school at Our Lady of the Lake cast over lne ABC network. Miss College in San Antonio, Texj slavik u ' m P' a V Mozart's Flftlv this fall. Miss Osorio will re .: Violin Concerto, main here to attend Marquette Miss Slavik. recently a winner High School in Alton. Miss 1 '" the 24th annual young artists's Osorio's sister spent a year with latest sponsored by the Wom- the Falinestocks as an exchange en ' s Association of the St. Louis Symphony, was chosen for solo performancse by Mischa Mis- chakoff, former concertmaster to Toscanni. South Roxana WCTU To Meet Thursday SOUTH ROXANA—The Worn-; en's Christian Temperance Union will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday at the First Southern Baptist Church. Visits Parents SOUTH ROXANA-Bob Perry and daughter Beverly of Illinois Ave., have been visiting for the past few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Perry, in Princeton. Dads' Club Meets SOUTH ROXANA-The Dads' Club met Monday evening at student four years ago. Junior Baseball Results at Elsah ELSAH — The Red "E" Gas Juvenile baseball team defeated the Calhoun Boosters Saturday 3 to 0. Smith of the Red "E" team ! struck out 15 of the 21 players to face him. It was the Boosters' first defeat of Die season. Surprise Party ELSAH — A surprise party was given for Miss Ann Marie Barnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnes, Monday evening at her home. Guests were Miss Linda Shel- drup, Karen Knadler, Joyce Robertson, Karen Barnes, Robert Edmondson, Cyrus Bunting, David Knadler, Steve Sandberg. Miss Carla Baccas and Miss Sue Hopkins. Upsala is a cathedral and uni- liversity city in Sweden, 50 miles I i north of Stockholm. Its population is about 30,00. i-K HOW CI.O5K "MISSISSIPI'I" IS TO SAND AND STONE from "MISSISSIPPI" Adequate loading equipment gets you on your way right now! That means a saving of time and money. All sizes of crushed stone, and coarse or fine sund— meeting State of Illinois Highway specifications. Also Png Mill mixed Grade 8 Stone for desired moisture content and no segregation. Large stock piles oi all materials on hand. Sand can be loaded either in railroad c;irs or trucks; stone in trucks only. Easy access via state highways from all points. HOURS: 7:00. A.M. to 5:00 P.M. week days, 7:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon, Saturdays Jiississippi[uii .ciipu ALTON, IUINOIS Stone Quarry HI. 140, east of Allen city limit} Sand en River Road, west extension of Iroadway HAVE YOU GUESSED HOW MUCH IS IN OUR "MONEY DECANTER"? IP" NOT . . . Conic in and ivgihU.1 ..our yuess. Xo Pnu'liasP Ni.'cesftary tu Register. See many more Anniversary Specials thioughout our Gill and Jovvelry Shop. Giffs and Jewelry 10th Anniversary Continues... Special! SMALL Early American Pictures 3 For 99 Grab Bag SI ANNUAL JULY "Extra. 'Discounts Off Grants 'Regular Low 'Prices 50c deposit hold* your snow suit on Grants Lay aw ay plan WASHABLE PRAM AND SNOWSUITS ARE INSULATED FOR WINTER PROTECTION Washable, warm, water-repellent. Infants' zip-on Nylon-cotton suit complete with booties, mitts, hat; sizes 12-24 mos. 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