Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 23, 1960 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1980 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE feLKVKN Attractive Income Property ORDER FORM FOR DESIGN NO.— Check Items I ) One MMMplotc Wl of building ptam ....$9.75 C ) Additional MU of burtd- int ptonsat ...... 18.00 I ) Book of 70 Available nOlM DMtfM . ><.$ .73 I Send check or iikmcy (inter j to HomOgfaf, Alton Evening {Telegraph, Home Plan Dept, {Eaut Detroit, Mich. I Enclosed please find ........ I fof the Items cheeked. NAME I ADDRESS Parad* of Jfom«* I CITY ZONE... I STATE L-..............J Here is income properly that gives every appearance of an attractive ranch rambler with its sleek bflck veneer exterior and low pitched roof, with lodge stone trim. Open rafters above picture windows add considerable to the modern styling of this home. Live In one unit—let the other meet your mortgage payments. A money-wise arrangement. There are two separate entries and for extra privacy the stud walls projects out between the two units providing an additional separation from the exterior. Inside, both units are identical. The living-dining areas in each unit are combined and the resulting large, unobstructed wall space lends itself to the use of a variety of room dividers without any loss of that spacious look so prevalent in custom designed homes. Picture windows overlook stone planters. Combined kitchen - laundry) room in each unit features "L"| Anti'A Icoholism Grants Awarded To Nine Agencies SPRINGFIELD, HI. - Oov. William O. Stratton today announced grants totaling $234.450 to carry on the state-wide campaign against the growing problem of alconousm. Nine agencies engaged In the treatment and rehabilitation of alcoholics, as well as research and education about alcoholism, will share in the grants from the Division of Alcoholism, a unit of the Illinois Department of Public Welfare. Seven of the grantees are agencies in Chicago, Miss Macoupin To Be Chosen Tliis Evening CARLINVTI.LE - Miss Ma coiipln County Fair of 1930 will be crowned today at the Macoupin County Fair north of Carllnville. The oueen will be selected from Royal Neighbors Meet at Graf ton GRAFTON - Members of the Royal Neighbor Lodge met Tuesday evening at the lodge hall. The charter was draped in memory of Mrs. Agnes Osborne Menes, called of Upp£r ftftd Egypt became a united corn- try about 3400 B.C., when king, "King Egypt." past president, with the Jewel of her office and Mrs. CritchfieW presented each of her officers V Wl we wortt or art «r and trimming treaty hrto odd or or , , where about 17S.OOO, or 52 per I grandstand cent of the state's 335,000 alco- j La * t - vear ' s holies reside. Two Pilot Studies fice contestant*. Those vlefng for the crown are: Miss Gillespie, Artte Fassero; Miss Girard, Linda Donna; Miss Carlinville, Eleanor Scheldt; Miss Southwestern, Carol Duncan, Miss Virden, Dee Ann Kelly. Judging will be in front of the Dr. Otto L. Beftag, state welfare director, stated that "In keeping with its policy of encouraging existing' facilities in their work, seven of the grants will be made to non-state facili- Also a feature of tonight's program at the fair, will be the finals in the amateur contest. Sunday afternoon Jack Kochman daredevils will present a 3 p.m. matinee and a final show You'll Find Cutting Glass a Snap After You've Had a Little Practice day night. . BY MB. FIX Distributed by Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Cutting glau is easied than you think it IK, just a little more difficult than it looks when a professional does it. With a little practice, you'll find it's a snap. Why cut glass at all when deal- Well, •win ui ««HI mm iwiura ^ , friendly hardware shaped positioning of kitchen w)1) do u for , equipment a step-saving ar- hard . rangement. Vent fan over range . , . , * . ware dealer around. Or maybe eliminates cooking odors. Cabinet built-ins are plentiful. Laundromat with cabinets above for laundry supplies is in a convenient, yet out-of-the-way location. Kitchen has rear exit near the window. Furnace and hot water heater are completely enclosed. The two bedroom sleeping wing in each unit provides cross- ventilation in each bedroom and excellent closet space. Front bedroom In each unit contains an open-shelf book built-in with enclosed storage space at lower portion. Each unit has a conveniently located bath, an extra guest closet and a linen closet in the hall. Also note the interior storage closet which can be reached from the outdoors as well as from within. This plan conforms to FHA, VA, and building code requirements. The plan contains 1,716 sq. ft. and 17,452 cu. ft. Your builder or material supplier can give you the average cost per square or cubic foot in your area. RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITIONING CHICK OUK MICH Mil I5TIMATIS «UARANTUD INSTALLATION CAMP ILICTtIC «* HIATIN6 112* Milton Rood HO 2-1217 you wish to salvage some gmall sections from a larger broken pane. Or perhaps you're install, ing a dryer vent Jn a basement window and have to reduce the size of the pane. In any event you'll find yourself doing the cutting yourself. The tool investment is small—about 30 cents, give or take a nickel. For this small sum you can buy yourself a glass cutter that will last for years. VITAL WHEEL The important part of the tool is that little wheel up front. A single nick in its edge and it's useful. Be especially careful when buying a cutter from a bunch tossed loosely together. Should a nick develop in the cutting wheel it will skip on the glass, make it impossible to break the glass. Throw away the cutter when that happens. Store it carefully. It has no place in your tool box. Store it in a jar with about an inch of kerosene or lubricating oil. Either wrap the cutter in felt or drop a piece of felt In the jar so that it covers the bottom. Other items you will need are straight-edge, a sturdy table ties. Two are pilot studies being conducted in state institutions." Sums of $20,000 were allocated to the Chicag Committee on Alcoholism and to Chicago's Alcoholic Treatment Center. The if o r m e r offers treatment to the|* 8 .^ n m . . . . ! alcoholic through Portal House,)" 8 ?° P ' m ' '" front of jits out-patient clinic, drawing 1 , i patients from business and in-! jdustry. The latter, is a 72-bed in-patient treatment center operated by the city of Chicago under the auspices of the Mayo's Commission on ehabilitation of Persons. In its three years of operation the center has cared for more than 1,300 alcholic men'in its treatment program. Granted 120,000 Harbor Light Center of the Salvation Army, which works with skid row alcoholics was granted $20,000. The Chicago Christian Industrial League of the United Presbyterian Church, also engaged in rehabilitation of the skid row alcoholic, was al- .ocated 12,000. During the ceremony a poem was read by Mrs. Cleve Plummer! and Mrs. Charles Overmeyerl sang. She was accompanied by Mrs. C. Campbell. It was announced that the proceeds from a recent food sale were $33.20. Prizes for games were awarded to Mrs. Cleve Plummer. Hostesses were Mrs. Edith Plummer and Mrs. Cleve Plummer. Grafton Note* GRAFTON — Robert Besaw entered the Jersey Community i Hospital In Jerseyville Tuesday; tor medical treatment. j Miss Sandra Critchfield has| accepted a position in the office of Montgomery-Ward in Edwardsville. Patrick Callahan returned to his home here following his discharge from the Air Force at Little ock, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Richardson and children, have. returned to their home in Davenport, la., following a visit with her par-! ents. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Le-j |gate. Cary Richardson remained grand- if()r a two . wee |t V i g j ti „ . , . I Mrs. William DeSherlia and in- limmation program of thej fan , son ret urned home Tuesday amateur contest was held Fri.j from st Joseph . s Hosplta] , n A| . '! with a gift. queen from Macoupin County was chosen Miss Illinois County Fair. She was Miss Donna Sarginson of Medora and as a result Miss Sarginson will reign as hostess during the Illinois State Fair in August. Miss Sarginson appeared with the contestants at the county fair Friday night. Mrs. Glenn Diehl Is Honored by Greene Bureau CARROLLTON — Mrs. Glenn Diehl of Carrollton, who has retired from the position of part- time home adviser in Greene County, was honored at an appreciation tea given Thursday afternoon in the basement of the Cathedral Shelter of the Epis-l Methodist Church by members |co|«l Church as given $8,000. St. .Leonard's House, a "half-way" house for alcoholic men just released from penal institutions and attempting to make their way back to normal life, was granted $9,450. It, too, is under Three key §tep» in cutting glass are illustrated above. Setting the slaw on a firm, cloth-covered table, cutter is held against •traightedge (1) and drawn toward body (2). Over edge of table, glass is snapped In two (3). OUSS4.INED WATER HEATERS of the mother > Mrs. Carl Hutchens. :utter, tap the glass on the un- Mrs. W. E. Berry has return- derside, below the line you've led from Troy, Mo., where she Nwe't proves -9tos the worM't (fee* |i«n lininf for tddtd yem of Mrviee—it i prica tint any family an tfford! A product of th» A. 0. .Smith Corporation. As Low As $80.50 ALTON BOTTLED GAS WOOTFOy ROOQ PbMO HO 4-34*1 ust cored. This will help the glass to separate more easily. ITS A SNAP To snap the glass sections apart hold them firmly close to he cut and then bent quickly. The glass also can be snapped by laying it over straight edge or pencil above the cut and ROOFING REPAIRS or NEW ROOFS Add ffoeuty and Firo Protection with (bo now, pafonfod ... JOHNS.MANVILLE SHINGLES . . . THAT CANT liOW Off Careful application by trained, Injured workmen. Save Money . * . Let an Expert do it. mil If TIMATIS * • NO DOWN PAYMINT— LOW MONTHLY THUS GERSMAN & CO. Hone Contractor MOM7S1 cated $4,000. This facility, also a transition shelter, is the only one of its kind in Chicago. Its main support is contributions .from individual members of Alcoholics Anonymous. Four Scholarships Awarded In addition to the grants to for a work surface and some padding over the table—old rug, felt, newspapers. Keep a pair of pliers handy. CLEAN UP Clean the glass thoroughly Dirt can prevent a uniform cut. Bureau Meets At Kane Church KANE — Kane unit of the before attempting to cut it. i Greene- County Home Bureau Hold the cutter just a little > met Thursday evening at the more perpendicular than you j Methodist Church. The presi- would a pencil. Grip it between!dent, Mrs. .J. H. Wehrly Jr., pre- he first and second fingers,;sided over the meeting. The les- supported underneath by the I son was given by Mrs. C. W. thumb. Devening. Mrs. Kenneth Darr The straight-edge should behave a report on the Greene Home Bureau luncheon held firmly in place. Start the cut just inside the ar edge of the glass. Draw the cutter toward you with a teady, even pressure and con- inue the motion off past the closer edge. With the other end in June at Greenfield Baptist Church. Kane Notes KANE — Mrs. Lynn Cochran and children, Ronald and Brenda of Alton visited Friday with her then ides. bearing down on both visited her son, Dr. P. J. Berry and family. Mrs. Henry Roewe and Miss Marie Roewe, accompanied by William Schroeder and sun, Charles, of Carrollton" went to Bel Nor, Mo., Thursday to visit Mrs. Roewe's sister, Mrs. William Boschert and with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baer. Mrs. Louis Zimmerman, God- jfrey, spent Thursday with her The slots in the cutter right!aunt, Mrs. Harry Prough. >ack of the wheel are for! off Townships Alloted of the Greene County Home Bureau, under the sponsorship of the executive board of the or- gani^ation, of which Mrs. Oscar Thiebaud is president. Mrs. Gene Hobson. social chairman of the executive the jurisdiction of the Episcopal j board, introduced the program Church. 'numbers which consisted of pi- Grateful House, a six-bed home, ano selections by Mrs. J. M. for alcoholic women, was allo- Martin of Greenfield, readings by Mrs. Claude Tucker of Wrights and saxophone solos by Miss Marlene Ford of Greenfield, with Mrs. Martin as her accompanist. At the conclusion of the program Mrs. Diehl was introduced as "Queen for the Day" and Mrs. O. J. Thiebaud read a nine agencies, four scholarship "?'"•."•. "•"«»»«• '«« grants totaling about $9,000 were> klt m her honor ' after whlch awarded graduate students at Southern Illinois for research on alcohol-related problems to be reported u\ masters and doctoral thesis. All of these grants are in accordance with the original program outlined by the Illinois Commission on the Care of Alcoholics," commented Dr. Bettag. "This commission made a careful study of the menacing problem of alcoholism in our state and its recommendations have charted our successful course for the three years of the Division of Alcoholism's existence. We are making good progress in the attack on a neglected illness that has slowly grown until it is now generally regarded as the number four public helath problem." Pilot Project The alcoholism unit at Peoria State Hospital is a pilot project seeking answers to the effectiveness of the psychological approach in treatment and rehabilitation of a selected group of : gifts were presented by all the units in the county organization. The skit had been prepared by Mrs. Jack Harp of Roodhouse. Committees in charge of the event were Mrs. Gene Hobson. Mrs. William Hopkins and Mrs. Roy Hall, entertainment; Mrs. Gene Hobson, Mrs. Earl Walkington, Mrs. Harold Blake and Mrs. O. J. Thiebaud, social; Mrs. Guy Petty, Mrs. Orville Lovekamp and Mrs. John Bicket, decorations and table; Mrs. Oren Siebermann, Mrs. Cletus Reynolds and Mrs. Harold Blake, refreshments. j ton where the baby was born July 14. Mrs. Verlie Powell'of Aubum, is spending the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Plummer. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Arnold and children were dinner guests Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ball at their home in St. Louis County. Mrs. WiMa Strickland, who resided in the Fulkerson Apartment on Main street, moved Thursday to Oklahoma City, Okla. where she has accepted a position. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bockholdt and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clay and children returned home Wednesday from Colorado, where they spent several days vacationing. A Young People's Rally will be held Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Assembly of God Church. Grafton Auxiliary Officers Installed GRAFTON — Mrs. Charles Besaw Jr., was installed president of the American Legion Auxiliary Thursday evening at the Legion Home. Mrs. G. W. Critchfield is retiring president. Other officers seated were: Miss Freda Freiman, first vice- president; Mrs. Art Pressley, second vice president; Mrs. Wilbur Banfield, secretary; Mrs. Margaret Burns, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Freeman Sr., chaplain; Mrs. B. Carey, historian; Mrs. C. DeSherlia, sergeant at arms. Mrs. Wilbur Banfield served as installing officer and Mrs. Earl Pittenger as installing sergeant at arms. Mrs. Banfield presented Mrs. G. W. Critchfield, junior oorn«r up front... with nationally advertised ALUMINUM AWNINGS Modernise your kitchen with bMtitiful BRONZE* GLOW BIRCH iMtuns Uw th« ravohring mr •Mntt (aba**) to> dicat* bow wall pUnn«4 SCHEERICH aMMto It's dMw tittte thm that in-patient alcoholics. It has been Jn operation since November 1959. Sixty-five thousand dollars was allocated to continue the unit's work. In Chicago, the Warren Clinic at the Mental Health Centera of the Illinois Department of Public Welfare was granted $29,000. This agency, too, is psychiatrically oriented. A sum of $39,000 was set aside for program development. off also by using a pair of pliers chew off the edges. SPRINGFIELD, III. - Illi- uneven nois township and road districts have been allotted $1,252,740 as The newly cut edge is a lot harper than the other edges. Handle it carefully. COVIRIN0) ARMSTRONG UNI VUll O*r Showroom) Tilt fervic* .-DUU HO I-SW3 their share of motor fuel tax paid into the state treasury during June, Director E. H. Jenison of the Illinois Department of Finance reported today to GoV. William G. Sratton. Allotments to counties include: Madison $16,444; Bond $8,834; Calhoun $4,254; Greene $10,572; Macoupin $18,663; Jersey $6,531; St. Clair $13,213. NOW AT OUR NEW LOCATION. . j LOOK FOR OUR MOM i One* it. 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