Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 28, 1960 · Page 35
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 35

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 28, 1960
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PAGE THIRTY-SIX Hurt by Falling Limb, Roxmia Man Ask« 110.000 EDWARDSVILLK A MO.000 dnmage suit alleging personal injury as the result of a tree'•lifting Mrrident in Ro\ana was filed Wednesday in circuit court. Plaintiff is Claude Taylor. De- fendanl \* Kenneth \V. Mr-Ms hon. H Is averred Hint the defendant was engaged in trimming trees at hi.« residence. K'8 K. Sixth Si. Ro\an;(. last ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 2», 1WO flic ih 1 The plaintift entered defendant's property it i< \\hifh had been bor- dctendant and ro\\frt by fhr tluil the latl( i ;i II.T ubi'h li •Ml Mil 1 tup ul liern «a»\ IIIL .:iid tbi' l>i,iiv b fell on tin: |i!,Mlllill •• : ibs ,llld 'hon'ilr: 1 -; injuring bun Also lilrd in "irciiit a letter in the rrmil relative 4 .:i the plaintiff's profession of occupation. Holm PI* oprrat crl a flying sen icp it the aii l)iii-l under a lease, the con. plnint snid The othci SKMUMMi *uit i- ."• tin. 1 rpsult <>| an automobile Hi 1 - ident in 1JI5S on Alternate HI (0 near Highland. Plaintill i- court Ambert M. Williams. Defend- Saturday Bethalto Church Cakes, Cookies Lead Entries Plans Revival InTele^rapliReripeContest i\ednesda\ \\ere two SlOO.OOOJnnl is George Holsingcr. Wi lamage suits, one- agai operators ol ("ollinsv illc Airport. Defendants are the airport and Claud S. Cleveland. June M. Cleveland and Kenneth M. Cot ti- ll i TOM THABAND THcRrnph Staff Writer - the rt'eipe contest diavss there is still a tre- Ihejliam* asks $100.0001 lor «l'^^lj mpnrlnus imnn , anrp in the num- personal injury and $1 ,.>00 forj,^ o( m . jpes Sl|hm|t1ed ,„ 1np eni. operfitors. individually. Piai?itiff is Arthur Holmer. It is alleged thai on ,1an. IS oi this year the defendants pun- damage to his automobile Norway claims to have more tape recorders per 10(1 citizens than any other countrx and to l>< a leading exporter of them Oslo reports. i Ifl categories. i Cakes and cookies take first plaee among the favorites in the contest, while the poor fish remains at the bottom of the list. One recipe for fish, nicely hand illustrated around the BF.'THALTO — Revival services will get under way Sunday tlint she ...pied the morning at the First Baptist .1 the Telegraph over chllrf ' h in Bpthalto with the pastor. the Rev. Frank Marshall, de-J livering the sermons during thel| work-long program. Music direct-1 or will he Neil Claussen. I Services will be held daily at|| maintains recipe out 25 years ago. and has been using it steadily A few hardv ever since, souls have sent in recipes for the outdoor cookery category, hut entries in that field remain very light. Looks! 8 n ' m - and continue through Au- like there just are too few peo- S 1155 ' ^- j pie in the area that are willing Activities during the revival] to prepare food without the help include a men's prospect din-| of their modern conveniences, ner at 6:30 p.m. on Monday and BIG SAVINGS Juniors Misses Half Sizes SUMMER DRESSES Values to 17.98 $ 7 Two for Thirteen MATERNITY DRESSES AND SPORTSWEAR Now OFF Famous Brand of Sportswear and Swim Suits Now /3 OFF Blouses - Skirts - Pedal Pushers Shorts, etc., All Sportswear . Now /3 OFF S chaeffer* 108 W. THIRD ALTON The pioneer spirit seems defie- a hamburger supper for all .fun- edges, arrived today, bringing 1 n e ]y | {U 'king. .lust where a,-e iors age f) to VI scheduled (or the urand total ol fish recipes Lt \\ o) ,| 1P inn,,,,!,! barbecuei'-. ^ P-ni. on Tuesday. Id tour. Seems like the area (| 1;l | UP | 1!UP .,]| | 1C ,.,,.,| su Min ,.h cooks have an axersion to our about'.' They seem to be in hid- tinny friends. j t ,g. Or maybe they huve some Insofar as we asked lor new , ( ,,.j pes t na1 are su ^ecret that ideas. 1 suppose a recipe of i they do not wish to share thorn. tin... SALE txtut Vent 1 * Model 1TON 11300 BTU't - 220 V. FEDDERS WORLD'S LAROCIT SELLING AIR CONDITIONER the type that arrived yesterday! was to be expected, but it still Islands out as one of the most R unusual that have been re-l^veen. ceived. It. like the recipe for soap, doesn't seem to fit into any category. Whatever the case may he. the entries in the outdoor rookery:" category are few and far Altend t/mnporer BLTHALTO -- Ten scouts from Troop W.J attended the scout camporee during the last weekend at Camp Warren Lcvis $29195 NOW Wednegday> Wh ° *199»* I 1 /* TON 14,100 ITU'S &4 220Yolh. $34».»8-NOW ^ for keep the dish out of hot water, and states that the dish, once prepared properly, is quite durable, and will keep for years ly Dale. John Romans, Steve Cal- ! vin. Bob Simmons, Kieth Cooper, Since the contest closes Sa!-ij ack B elangee, Bob Sheppard, is very little timo| Danny Kilmer, Mike Norris and! laggards to submit recipes Joe Sc huette. Accompanying the! were Scoutmaster Lindil Lennington and Assistant scout- Thafs a lot of food. masters Joe Dale and Dan Kil- Recipes for domestic lish ar>' nier. still the most sadly neglected ' of any. There is not one entry "Fighting McCooks" in the poultry and fish category 24995 ALL OTHER MODELS ON SALE! ••How to Perve a Husband." Joe M CM,- ins specific directions fot> Jlldging ' So far lhere "T'boys M i mtHiiis speutic a' re " Ion V wo ll over 1.3UO entries rei'ordeil !, ', Open Monday & Friday Nitt* Till 9 P.M. without refrigeration. Another contributor was quiU-, 1 " lne P° ultr >' anc! flsh eate K° : '. v Two brothers, Major Daniel honest about the recipe she sentj deali "« with wa V' s lo P''i'Parc AUCook and Dr. John McCook, in. It is a very tasty sound- | anv of OUI ' domestic fish. ; gave 15 sons to the Union armies | ing recipe for meat, called! Doesn't anybody have any | in the War Between the States j EASY TERMS Aereti from lit Notional Bank Sidewalk Teller Royai Pork Chops. The entrant esoteric recipes for the prepara-juncl won the nickname of the! tion of blue'gill? , "Fighting McCooks." Dr.A.F.Myers on SIl Faculty EDWARDSV1LLE—Dr. Alonzo F. Myers, whose anaylsis of higher education needs in Southwestern Illinois was instrumen-j tal in establishment of univer-! sity facilities in the area in 1957. will teach at Southern Illinois University during the coming fal] quarter. He will teach at the Carbondale campus. Engaged in 1956 by the Southwestern Illinois Council for. education to make a survey of; the extent and nature of needs j for higher education in Madi-| son and St. Glair counties.,' Myers conducted a coniprehen-| sive three-month study of the| area. His survey, submitted ini March, 1957, made headlines in! ; Southern Illinois. It showed, foiv 'example that the percentage ofj .college graduates in the two-1 'county area was only half that! of the state and nation as a; whole and that firms in the two! counties could employ 200 toj 250 engineering graduates each! year. 120 to 240 business administration majors and 65 chemists—if they were available. His survey also showed that the demand for additional teachers would be so great by 1961 that the two-county area would need to generate a supply of up to two-thirds of the number ol new teachers it would need. The 14 highest mountains in the United Slates are in Alaska. SEE THESE FABULOUS... at AUGUST SALE PRICES! ALL NEWEST STYLES Here are all the smartest coat silhouettes tailored of quality wool fabrics, tweeds, cashmeres— and lavishly trimmed with luxurious fur. SAVE! 10 9 S I fpy crmetter's 1M W. ThlrC-Alfen Select your cant non jor later! ' JUNIORS—MISSES HALF SIZES UNTRIMMED OOATS Tweeds, Fine Woolens, Cashmeres. Mouton Shortees Fur Stoles ( HAH(,E ACCOl \TS ii\MTED! t HURWITZ JEWELERS lers! i 112.7 KODAK MOVIE CAMERA Brand NEW Eastman Kodak model. This is the MOVIE Camera you'vt seen advertised over TV and in national ads. It has the famous easy-to- use exposure dial, fixed focus 13mm f/2.7 lens, and footage meter that resets automatically. A TERRIFIC BUY... Yes-thtse arc both MOVIE Cameras. And they take COLOR movies as well as black and white. /MOMlfaCfWM'S ^ svagMffrf lift •rk« Is $24.50 WHILE THIY LAST YOU PAY ONLY.... NOTHING DOWN 1 A WEEK SBHSCOPE TELEPHOTO LENS f/18 3-UNS TURRfT MOVIE CAMERA Has ELECTRIC EYE Light Meter right on top for instant use. Super fast f/1.8 lens, accurate footage counter, aperture dial for all weather conditions, easy-view finder sighting. Plus 3-Lens Turret for long range tele* photo close-ups, wide angle panoramic views and normal shots — all at the flick of a finger. LOOK WHAT YOU SAVE ... Mmufattunn svggttttd I/if pr/ce is $59.95 [ milt JHEY LAST YOU PAY OHLY.... NORMAL LENS CARRYING CASE INCLUDED! mw. ROBBI N WIDE ANGLE LENS NOTHING DOWN >1 A WEEK Both cameras hav« the newest features, to inture perfect shots — every tipie — under all conditions. Bui both art M simple to operate a child can take pertect movies. • While we have what we believe n an ample stock, these prices can only bt m effect while our quantities list. A WEEK BUYS EIJHER CAMERA COME IN FOR THESE RED-HOT BARGAINS! SAVE $10! On KEYSTONE K-HI) AUU \\ftll MOVIK I'KOJtX TOKS 64.95 $i.UU Uuclil.V Save $39.95 On Polaroid Camera Kits Buy new Model 80U with KuiiKe Fiinler. WliUilite, Cute and Film and «et u *39.«d h'let'trlc Kye feibutter FBICK! For The Youngsters/ Ansco 620 Camera All Metal Cune with lakh Unit and Him. SQII Only O PHOHE IIIHIL coupon now T 0 D fl V OH SHOP in PCRSOn.' PHONE HOwird 2-7881 AIKYUit HIWVITZ—818 \V. 3rd 1st., Alton Pleas* send m» the following MOVIE CAMERA 01, your wsy terms o/ NO MONEY DOWN and $1 A WEEK ,;-J Eattmin Kodak f/2.7 Movie Camera « $1888 G Sunicope 3 Lens Turret Movie Camera 9 I39.U Hukbaud'b l-'ull Name — — A»« — — (Pleuse Print) WUe'k Full Name (Pleuse Print) Addrenk «.«. — — — — — — — -»—— — — Cltv — —.w — — — — — Phone No. » «• — «• Huvtwnd Enwoyed at — — »- — How long — Wife Employed ul — — — — — How Loot — — D Add to nw Awl. a Cioted Acct. a Qtia Ntw II N«w Acet. 1. — — — — — — — — — — ~ Betereuce* ». Film, Liia.B«rt & Screens Also Reduced During This Sale! Hunt of loaded and Nohwlud ftuaroattt«J Diamond* 'Trqdilionally Pint Jtwflry Sine* SAVE AT 212 W. THIRD ST. DOWNTOWN ALTON OPEN PHI. * MOW, NITES TILL 9 P.M. HO 2-7*31

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