Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 21, 1960 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 21, 1960
Page 14
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t»AOU FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 21, 14*60 MedoraBarbecue Set for Aug. 5-6 MEDORA — Tlw American t*fton. inc., met Monday evening and voted to have the an nan) Medora Barbecue on Aug 6 and 6. Committee dininwn have been named a« follows: Fish stand, MeJvtn Bennett. Harold Huff, advertising, James Mains; entertainment. H. L. Maple: games. David McKee. Harold Bowman; dining hall, Mrs. Evelyn Burris; purchasing. E. L. Knhl, Mrs. Evelyn Burris, Mrs. Vinita Eddie- man. Tire country fair Shows will hej here with concessions. I Birthday Party j MEDORA — Mrs. Christine j| Bare entertained Tuesday afternoon witih a party for her daugh-j| ter, Cheryl, who was 4 years old. Games were played and refresh-J ments were served. j Children present were Pamela; and Alana Fricker. Mark and. Tressa Groom, Peggy Richey, Carolyn Ruyle, Steve Brown, 'Melody Cope, Chequeita Bell. Donna, Linda, Earl. David andn Marvin Bailey. Mrs. Reta Brown, Mrs. Shirley Cope. Mrs. W. E. Cline and Mrs. Helen Bailey were also guests. Medora Notes MEDORA — Miss Melba Ford, a student nurse at St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis, spent the weekend at home. She was accompanied home by Miss Ann MeCrary of Tennessee, who is also a student nurse at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnett and sons, Kim and Jay, Mr. and Mrs. VV. VV. Glower and Jeff Cox were guests Monday evening of H. L. and Miss Delia Glower. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ketchum, Lake Worth, Fla., arrived to visit Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Hunt. Stevie Tucker, St. Louis, is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Jane Shields. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Wayman spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Wayhan in Alton and visted in the afternoon with their neice, Mrs. Lenora Bunse. Mrs? Thonute Gafmey is suffering with an ear infection. Mrs. William Kemper, Mrs. Nelle Peebles and Mrs. Harold Peebles had as supper guests at the Kemper home Monday Mr. and Mrs. Levic Easley, and son, Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Easley and daughter, Karen, of Indianapolis, Ind., who were here for the burial of the former's mother, Mrs. Clara Easley. They returned to Indianapolis that eve-| ning. Pioneer V Model Sets New Record By STEVE HISCOCKS Science Service Writer WASHINGTON —A very exact five-inch model of the Pioneer V probe, silver in color, marks a program of British- American co-operation which permitted the establishment of a communication record of 22,500,000 miles. The model contains a musical box which, when wound up, plays the British national anthem, "God Save the Queen." The musical model was pre-j sented by the National Aero-: nautics and Space Administra-i tion to Prof. Alfred C. B. Luv-j ell, director of the Jodrell Bankj Experimental Station just south! of Manchester. Eng., after a I meeting with President Eisen-l bower. j Jodrell Bank was in contact i with Pioneer V for the first 22,-j 500,000 miles of its trip around the sun. The only other radio telescope in contact with the probe was at South Point. Hawaii. It was only able to maintain good contact for the first five or six million miles. The radio telescope at Jodrell Bank was originally built, mostly with British Government money, for the department of radio astronomy at the University of Manchester, but has recently played an important role in the tracking of both American and Russian satellites. It is, at present, the largest of its kind in the western world. Its bowl is movable and measures 250 feet in diameter. In the future, however, the United States will not have to enlist outside aid in itt, space program. The Naval Research Laboratory bus announced that it has under construction Hi Sugar Grove? W.Va., a 600-foot diameter radio telescope; this will be more than twice as bigj as the one at Jodrell Bank. i ' Trouble Blow* In I 8TARKE, Fla. fP— Police: Chief Riley Sweat directed his; men to pick up any youngster ' found blowing up toy balloons. j A tow hours later, patrolmen, spotted a pair of L'i-year-oldi, standing on a street corner, busily inflating colored balloons. i At the police station, the youngsters admitted they had broken into a service station to steal knives, flashlights, candy and a carton of toy balloons. Said Sweat: "I figured it was the work of kind*. ) knew they uouloVt blowing up all the balloons Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK'I you've seerhtheirest IIL2HIRE WILSHIRE MALL SHOPPING CENTER mint TWO SKMS MB7 entlf owned and ______ by Registered PharmaolitB on duty *t all times to fulfill your medical need* Dill OL 4*0623 EAST ALTON, ILLINOIS OPENING! FRIDAY-SATURDAY-SUNDAY, JULY 22nd, 23rd, 24th Reg. 29c IsopropyJ RUBBING ALCOHOL 13c Reg. 39c U.S.P. 100 Tab. 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