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

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

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Section 2 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH "poff fMU9t Classified Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, JULY 21, I960 Jerseyville City Council A pproves Appropriation* 290.00 ment. The for the Sewage Depart- total amount tot the city broken down into ma- Department a division of the department of Public Health and Safety, total appropriation for current operations was $.12,650, and depre- ekiatton reserve. $16,000, both the as last year. The total ap- jor divisions are: of Public Affairs $77.950. This) ' amount last year was $83.450. j proprintion for 'the Jerseyville — A< m«* (Department of Accounts and Fl-!Sewerage Department exclusive •„ ~, ,u «, ", TVJinnnces M$M< s »™ a « previous 1°' hondu and interest is $34,250. ing w me City Council he1di yeai . i>p H rtment of Public 1 ' nir> motion for approval was Tuaday evening with MayoT|Health and Safety J24.800. un-i ma ^ e 'w Commissioner Beach, James Dolan. presiding, an ord-1 changed. Deimrtment of Streets' seconded by Commissioner Gross. Inance making appropriations i and Public Improvements $167,- " wa« moved by Commission- for corporate purposes lw the city'TOO. unchanged. Department ofi pr Major and seconded by Cdm- of Jerseyville for the fiscal year I Public Property $36.830. last' mlssloner Beach that the Coun- ending the first Tuesday m May, year's lotal being $54,830. De- ir11 introduce an oitlinance au- 1UB1, in the sum of $370.250 wasipartmenl of Recreation $11.430,;thorizing and directing the sign- paused. This was less than last (unchanged. Provision for eon-j ln B of a contract to perform all year's appropriation which to-itingencies in all departments lflscal research work relating to tailed $373.750. ' $10.000. a bon(l issup or. issues for the The OttWnance also approprlat-, Appropriation for total current,P" 1 "*** 0 uof '^Proving and .ex- ed $103,550 for current operations!operations for .Terseyville Water^"Jf^ ^'Zlfn™, * of the Jerseyville Waterworks i Works is $195.550 and $06.000 for' 1 "" 1 '' '"" a "' °"° nnrnan 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Pres» WCTU Sponsors Youth At Temperance Camp ™ 1 * ° add $$6,000 for depreciation re-]depreciation reserve. serve, bith the same as last year,{total of $111,950. and a total appropriation of $34,-< making a WEKTERJV SHOE — Alton's Original flit -Hate renter ADVANCE BARGAINS FOR SCHOOL Beat the 'crowd! Buy your children's school shoe* DOW I Saving ol 25% to .10'i. All leather *3.fl« - »4.98 vntuen . . . Just $2.88 . . . our entire stock goe» . . . For Boys • OXFORDS • CASUALS, iizts 8V 2 -3 • TIES • CASUALS to 3. to 8 Not all ttizei In all *t>les FLATS: Values to $7.95 Sites 4 to 10 M. rec«jR- nize tlit lubeh. 2 .97 And 3.97 Men's $0.93 Leather Tie* with cross stitching. O Black O Brown O « to 1'i 1188 Western Shoe Stores a wtaer supply to be placed on! file in the City Clerk's office for two weeks. It was moved by Commissioner Horn and seconded by Commissioner Gross that the Council accept the bid submitted by Austin Shipley for the purchase of jthe house on Lafayette and Car- ipc nter St. in the amount ofj !$51.50. j ! It was moved by Commission-i er Major, seconded by Commis-j sioner Beach that the Council; .accept the bid submitted by F.! |R. Miller and Son for purchase) | of a Big Snapper Riding mower j I In the sum of $959.50. The mo-! itions all carried on vote. Service Sunday on take j JKRSEYVILLE—The Kum Dub-' ' ble Class of the First Baptist j Church is sponsoring a Galilean I Service at 8 p.m. Sunday at Fey! erabend's Lake. The service includes special music and the can- Ulle light ceremony. The pastor, the Rev. Harold K. j Lane, will bring the evening mess- 1 sage from the boat, symbolic oil the teaching of Christ from the i Sea of Galilee. The congregation will be seated along the shore. Transportation arrangements may be made through the church of-j ficc. The public is invited to at- i tend. i Return* From Convention ! JERSEYVILLE—Joseph Knight j of Dow returned Tuesday evening; from Los Angeles, California.! where he attended the National) Democratic Dominating Conven-j lion in (hat city. j Knight went to Los Angeles j I July 7th. He lias been 'prominent-! |ly identified with the Democratic || (Party in Illinois for many years' [and has held important positions|| with the state organization. JERSEYVILLK - The. Uomen> Christian Temperance Union of Jerseyville. at its meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist Church announced that it is sponsoring Dona I,ee Wat-ford at th»> Youth Temperance Council Camp at Nazurene Acres from August 7 through Aug. 13th. Mrs. George Perkins, president, opened the session a/id turned it over to Mrs. May Weeks, Spiritual Life Director. A "White Ribbon Recruit" service was in charge of Mrs. Raymond Smith. Temperance and Missions Director. The recruits were Bobby Weeks and Eva Creemens. In the dedication service Mrs. Smith sang, accompanied by her daughter, Sandra. Tw theme of the meeting was "Social Skyways". Mrs. Pearl Johnson, gave a talk on "What Have We In Common With W.C.T.U. in Chic Interest?" Mrs Karl Muthews. President of I IIP Fidelity Union gave a talk on "What Have we in Common with W.C.T.L 1 . and Law Enforcement." It WHS voted by the Union to have a Bake Sale on July 29th. The salute to the American, Christian, und Temperance Flags were led by Mrs. Earl Mathews. Mrs. Perkias read the rules for the "Standard of Excellence" goal. Mrs. Weeks, who is also serving as Child Welfare Director, closed the meeting with prayer. Announce Birth of Son JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Hot-old Roberts of Dow have chosen the name Michael Jeffrey for their infant son born at 8:25 a.m. July 18 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed six pounds four and a half ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. William Briggs Sr. of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Roberts of i Medora, and is a great grandson !of Mrs. Cora Houseman of Moro. 111. Mrs. Roberts was formerly i Miss Betty Briggs. Other children 1 and Sandra Kay 4 and Marcia 2. Buy Arnold Home JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. I Joe Arnold have sold their resi- jdence on South Liberty St. in Jerseyville to Mr. and Mrs. George Threlkeld who have been living on Route 2. The Arnold family who now reside at Flippin, Arkansas, have been spending the past rwo weeks here on business. Buffalo Gnats Appearing In Snann JERSEYVILLE—The old timr blffalo gnats are appearing in swarms in some sections of Jersey County, farmers reported here Wednesday afternoon. The. insects are generally more in evidence in seasons of heavy rainfall which stimulates the growth of heavy pasture grasses where the insects apparently breed and exist. The gnats are best known for their ability to annoy livestock and poultry. Farmers in the horse and buggy days often had their horses heads and faces protected from the insects in seasons of) many gnats. The gnat and fly' bonnets were slipped over the! horses ears on top of the bridles. Farmers reporting here Wed-j nesdny afternoon stated that one; might see a regular small cloud j of gnats pestering cattle in thej pasture or swine in their pens. Injured In Wreck ft ear Fleldon JERSEYVILLE - Wallace M. Coyle of R.R. 4. Quincy. was taken to the office of a Hardin physician about 5 o'clock Tuesday evening suffering from head and facial injuries sustained in a truck accident on ' Rt. 16. two miles west of the Junction of Rts. 16 and 100. The accident occurred on "Dead Man's Curve" in the Richwood Township area and the large International truck went out of control and W'as wrecked. I Coyle was given treatment at| the office of the Hardin physician a number of sutures being require dto close a forehead injury, i From there he was brought to; Jerseyville where an arrest ticket! charging him with reckless driv-i ing was issued by Trooper F. E. Charges Against Sinatra Dropped LOS ANGELES (AP) —The city attorney says there isn't enough! evidence to warrant charging Frank Sinatra with battery for his part in the celebrated fisticuffs inj Neubauer of Carrollton of the Illinois Highway Police. | Coyle pleaded guilty later be-j fore Justice A. Thatcher and a fine of twenty five dollars and costs was assessed. the Moulin Rouge parking tot. Edward E. Moran, 31, t car parker at the night club, said Sinatra pushed him around an) that kins, pommeled him Although charges against Sinatra were dropped. City Atty. Roger Arneberg said there was "undisputed evidence"-against Hopkins. He- said Hopkins, tour manager for entertainer Sammy Davte Jr., would be charged with both battery and disturbing the peace. DANCE given by Alton Knlghtt of Columbus at the Club SATURDAY, JULY 23, 9 to I Members and Guests Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily I I Into fall our dresses go, smart in dark plains and printe. Styles ... from costume to shirtwaists. You'll love the new cottons, Jerseys, crepes—and colorful woolens. Juniors Misses Half Sizes Large Sizes beginning at $ 10 Qth9ts to 24.98 cbatg* account KWW.TWrd Altoa Payroll Checks Cashed Free HOUSE Coffee COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE C&H PURE CANE (With Purchase of a Carton oi Chesterfields) SUGAR ...5 s - CAKE WTTYCROCKIR A uYvr* BELLOW, WHITE, Jj for MIXES CHOCOLATE W MIRACLE WHIP * 39 89 (With Purchase of 2 Heads of Fresh Lettuce) Grade "A" Homogenized MILK ...... 3 CRISCO... Vi-Gals. IT'S DIGESTIBLE FROZEN SWISS MISS APPLE CHERRY PEACH PIES BIRDS EYE FROZEN DINNERS 3*1.10 TURKEY BEEF CHICKEN BIRDS EYE FISHER BOY OTA TOES,, Strawberries 2-55 Fish Sticks 4 S 1.00 Peaches 3- 35 C Seedless Thompson Grapes 2-39° FLOUR PRESERVES!""*"" 1 I Strawberry 3 ^ I CHUCK ROAST... KLEENEX ..££ 2,0,49 RELISH HOT'OOOOR 9Q C ItKblwfl HAMIURGER Jar «V PEANUT BUTTER 3 Tt 89 PEACHES »"* 4fr*l OLEO««« 2-29° 3 Gait. 1 U.S.D.A. Inspected Whole Non-Carbonatid Fruit Juice PUREX. , . . '•- 49c 39 ..' 29' 2 •'•• 89' GROUND BEEF.3-98' FRYERS BACON Morrdl't Thick Sliced MINUTE STEAKS. . 85c GROUND CHUCK. . 69c WIENERS ... 2 ft FBCU2! WITH Cashmere Bouquet , 3 %!? 31c Diaper Pure . , . , !tf£ 34c VKKKl COAltt MD ttttl*tt *tW WITH DOVE SOAP 3 & 59 token Alt™ f rort H*urt : Moaday Thru feturdey, I a.m. to * p.m. FrMeyt I aJB, t« BOLOQNA . . . Braunschweiger PORK SAUSAGE 41 fa Quality rMeyt I aJB, t« t pjn,

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