Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 29, 1960 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 29, 1960
Page 7
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FRIDAY, JULY 29,1960 'ALTON Budget of $1,131,660 For Wood River High RtVICft — M«mbwi of Mtfh School Outlet 14 Board flrof a night ap> of fiscal UK appropriation foe ymt, July 1, 1990, ' to J«f» 38, 1061,' of $1,131,960.55, ft* contracted with $908,048 for th* prtvtoufl ftucal year. ttie 1223,014.58 iftoreaie ii due 10 a proposed building pro- gTBffi and the fact that custodial Balarim this year vrtll be pnld from the education fund. A breakdown of the budget for this year by funds shows: $808 ,10&.B5, education fund; $302,405, building fund; and $24,180, transportation fund. In the 1M9*'60 budget, $222,770 was earmarked for the building fund, $668,475.35 for the education fund and $17,400 for transportation, The increase in this year's transportation fund Is attributed to two additional bus routes and the overhaul of equipment. A. Edson Smith, district superintendent, and Tom Holland, board president/ in explaining increases to members of Wood River Township Taxpayers League present, pointed out that approximately $85,000 Hi the education fund/ will be used this year to pay custodial costs, previously paid from the building fund. The remainder of the education fund increase is due to increased teachers salaries, hiring of two new teachers thft year and increased student costs. * The board, by paying custodial salaries from the education fund, thus plans to have a maximum in the building fund to be used for the proposed expansion program if approved by the public at an election. Items listed in the building fund expenditures in the new budget are* $1,000, legal fees: $40,000, architects afld engineers fees; $7,200, Insurance and real estate taxes; $10,000, repairs to buildings; $10,000"interior decorating; $10,900; repairs to fixtures and $14,100, replace-! niont of building fixtures. Others listed are: $9,555, interest and service charges on bonded debt; $50,000, principal on bonds and a total of $135,000 for purchase of sites, construction of,buildings and improvements to buildings and property. Wood River High Board OK's $999,790 Levy 100 Watches Part of Loot Taken at Edwardsville Store Auxiliary at . WoodRiverHears Lydia Holder EAST ALTON-Mlss Ljrdla Holder reviewed highlights of her participation as one of the 500 girls at lllinl Olrls Mate, Jacksonville, at the fhur«rt«.v meeting of the American Legion EDWARDSVT1.LE -Two tra>« resident was admitted Thura- of rings and 100 watches we.p rlny to St. Joseph's Hospital. stolen from Brooks Jewelry HiRhlflnd. Three patients were i Auxiliary. Stor?. 213 N. Main St., In a dischsrjfpd. Two births were Lydia, daughter of Mr. antl burglary reported to po) ire recorded. |Mrs. Willie Bolder, who reprc- Thursday night by Clinton R.I Born to Mr. and Mrs. EuRer-" j sentcd the local auxiliary a* Brooks, owner. . JRiubaker. 1 St. Andrew's Place, delegate., tied in the election of Brooks said other nrtjclp^fa daughter, at 4:06 p.m. Thurs-'cjty mayor and the nafionalist were taken in 1he burglary but! day. weight seven pounds, seven | party and lost office when she a list had not been furnished Bounces. The mother is the for-lrlrpw for high honors with the to pnllrp this morning, pending jmer Thelma Blaylock. other candidate, she stated. She an Inventory. i ^" rn to Mr an(1 Mr *- Ze'ko:| a ier wag elected county judge The burularv was reported TrtanJ - I1fi Hprbert plflce ' "!*nd was among the honorees by Brooks at 11:10 p.m. Thur^f"- at I' 17 »•")• todav ' weight jreceivlng awards for their ••'mod- dav He said he had been at * ix P° unds - ei * ht ounccs - Mrs -le' county." Ktose idS ami before going j™ a "< ls the for ™ r **<**\ A report of the recent Fifth home had checked the store i Sanders - ! Hi vision rrteetlng In Alton was anT discovered the T^X. *«"• rta«e SP«*, 214 West : prcs ented by Mrs. Robert Weath- Entry was gained by prying the and Ha1e ' was admitted. WOOD RIVER—A tax levy for the fiscal year, July'l, 1960, to June 30, 1961, totaling $999.792.50, an increase of $18M 922.50, over the levy for last year, was approved by the High School District 14 Board of Education Thursday night. Primary reason for the increased lcvy ( reviewed at the special meeting and attended MISS EDWARDSVILLE CANDIDATES Comparable figures for th«j Twelve of the 13 girls, one of whom will be selected Htr,9-'60 levy were: $565,000, edu-j as Miss Edwardsville of 1960 at the Town and Coun- cation fund; $140,000, building j try Festival on Aug. 12-14. In the front row, from fund; $10,800, transportation; i e ft are: Elizabeth Hellrung, Rose Marie Boner, Nancy fund; $7,500, municipal retire-! Ann Baptist, Sharen Gallagher, Tona Kay Carter and ment; $94,570, bonds and in-! Sharon Nichols. Back row, from left: Elaine Bernice Alberter, Anita Nell Denser, Leone Isselhardt, Janice Kay Mason, Sandra Popham and Carole Ann Bess. Kay Lee Funke, another contestant, was not present for the picture. terest. j Tom Holland, board presi-i dent, said that if the building! program is turned down by; Civil War Items on special meeting ana «i«wea b , |c votc , he i cv y ( . would byi TV 1 . by four citizens, is due to the- ^ b / ck for ^ flje|jlaV Q| maximam amount by law lev.ed , <h / M^lOJJlttJ dl * .*.!__ 1~*.1U1__ 4-i««j4 4ft «-M/*Af 1 " ^ v , M. W SouthRoxana Homecoming Is Under Way Two Arrested on / Traffic Charges for the building fund to meet I costs of a proposed building ,-,„,' ^ program. H. E. Winter Quits A breakdown of the levy byj .funds shows: $658,000, educa-j Edwardsville Board tion fund; $220,850, regular! building fund; $59,555, bonds and! EDWARDSVILLE — Herman interest; $18.750, transportation; $10,500, municipal retirement fund; $32,137.50, working cash fund. Rox-Ann Home Bureau Meets E. Wjnter Jr., elected to the Edwardsville Communi.ty Unit School District No. 7 Board of cr. 4?7 East Dr., East Alton, reported to police Thursday at 10:47 p.m. that his racer type itnike had been stolen from the WOOD RIVER—Wayne Bur-j Wood River Theater area while jgin Meyers. 276 S. 14th St., and!(he youth was watching a movir. Marion Kenneth Tow, 416 Poag, | EDWARDSVILLE-A display ! Snuth *°™ na - w «rc arrested on of Civil War items is on viewj s P eedi "g charges Thursday af- in the Madison County Histori-j ternoon cal Society Museum on the! Both were timed by the no- j third floor of the courthouse i lice department's radar-equipped j and will remain on exhibit I car. Tow was picked up on' pr Investigation, according to Police Chief Jack Hartung. Also broken into sometimp Thursday or early today was the Friendly Tavern. 1513 Troy Rd.. where two cases of beer were reported stolen. Entry was through a side window, the glass of which had been broken. Church Serviced EDWARDSVlLLE-Dr. Clyde Funkhauser, pastor of St. John's Methodist Church, will speak at both the 8 a.m. and 10:10 a.m. services Sunday on "This Nation Under God."' A brief report on jurisdictional conference will be given by the pastor at the Wednesday evening prayer service, to be held at 7:30 p.m. in Memorial Chapel. Hospital News EDWARDSVILLE — One areg through the middle of September, Miss Jessie Springer, cura- Central avenue at 1:24 p.m. and Meyers on Ferguson avenue. tor, announced today. ' (Both were to appear before Po-j Included are cavalry and !n . j lice Magistrate Thornton J. Lan-. SOUTH ROXANA - The 14th fantr V swords, a Colt revolver, caster this afternoon. | . . '. ,,a cannon ball, an unexploded WOOD RIVER. — Mrs. Ber-, iannual homecoming sponsored .... . ."...! _ . ,. ~-__ ^-^ i powder flask, |nyce Carr and Mrs. Rose Rob- ROXANA Unit The Rox-Ann; Home Bureau met Wednesday Club park with 10 members at- Education in April of 1959. Thursday announced his resignation from the board, effective immediately. JCTUHUOI IHJHHT^VJUIJU^ oj^wjiov,t\* . .. Knvnnpt Superintendent of Schools J A. by the South Rosana Dad's Club canteen bullet mold badges|inson , were initiated as new Gordon Dodds said that under anf j Auxiliary will be staged and buckles and photographs 'members of the Eagle's Auxil- the law. the school board is re-j lod Saturday and Sunday at and tintypes of Civil War por-! ia ry Thursday at Eagles' home, quired to appoint a successor, :, • sonalities. , . . • A . to fill Winter's vacancy until the park ' u . ,., i In addition are a "n onch o"j plans were com P leted for t«<L rttfiL • 49«1. school board Olto Schultz and his Dutch! ^ beloneed to s P° nsorin g a eake walk n '^ M ' •elifflPXt'W time-wheniBand_wi)l appear tomght and;JJ £* «£ «f kett nfeleri«V at the South Roxana Dad's u r- . t^nn- 'two other board members'j joe Greenwell and his Sunset! ^^'^^ afternoon at the East End Dad s terms ^ expire _ a ^ wm |vaney Boys will entertain Sat- « « ploneer urday. Smiley Burnette. Am-; '" tending and one new member admitted to the membership, Mrs. Glenna Overton. Mrs. Pauline Shaffer gave the lesspn, "Social Recreation Accessories." New officers nominated and who will be installed! at the September meeting are! WOOD RTVER-Mrs. Milford Mrs. Ellen Mense, chairman,|j Roderick, 611 Third St.. was be elected to fill out the remainder of Winter's term or one year. Mrs. Milford Roderick Hurt at Wood River . - erica's No. 1 cowboy comic will topher epaulettes of Edwantaville appear Sunday. There will be rides for young and old, refreshment stands, games, etc., on the grounds, along with fish and cold drinks. South Roxana Notes SOUTH ROXANA - Mr. and {musician. A payroll account book of Elias K. Pruitt. paymaster of Co. K, 80th volunteer infantry; and a portrait of Lt. Col. Samuel T. Hughes of Wanda, for whom the Grand Army 'of the Republic post at Collins- jville was named. and Mrs. Rosemary'Smith, sec- J admitted to Wood River Town-i Mrs. Robert Gust and children j A p^g,. 'shortage in Porto retary-treasurer. There will be ship no meeting in August. Beginning in September the club will meet at the Park House in the Roxana Community Park. Hostesses were Mrs. Pauline Shaffer and Mrs. Kay Losch. Bo Notes ROXANA — Mrs. Ray Kidd of Alton is spending this week with her mother, Mrs. A. G. Buchanan of W. Fifth street while her husband is attending Army Reserve camp at Camp McCoy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oiler and eon, Richard, of E. Fourth street and Miss Gay Lawrence, daughter of Mr. knd Mrs-. Clyde L&wrence of W. First street, are vacationing in Florida. Olle*. is on vacation from Sinclair Refining Co. and Mrs. Oiler closed her beauty shop, Mae's Beauty Shop, during their vacation. The "PICK" of NEW YORK eimont Hospital Thursday after-jof Illinois avenue have returned: Alegrc, Brazil, has started power n<ion for injury to her neck;from a two-week vacation in rationing there. j Washington, D.C., with her par- and a concussion. Homecoming this Mrs. Frank Repence served j as auctioneer for the white elephant sale during the social hour. Proceeds totaled approximately $22. Prizes for games were awarded to: Mrs. Sam Triplett, Mrs. Jean Pearson, Mrs. Helen Langford and Mrs. E. W. Lewis. # Bike Stolen WOOD RIVER—Eddie Pizing- IF IN DOUBT, FIND OUT! Be sure your child's eyes are up to par. Wood River Boy Hurt In Bike-Car Accident | WOOD RIVER—Garry Linn.j 8, son of Mrs. Rosalie Adams,! 688 Halloran. was injured in n bike-car collision at the corner of Beach and George streets at 4:40 p.m., Thursday. The boy was treated for "abrasions of the left thigh and scalp and then released from ethold, president. The proposed revision of the r-onstitutlon increasing the annual dues by $1 was defeats^ • and the dues will remain at $2 per year. Mrs. Charles Smith Jr., hl«- tnjian, reviewed activities and projects of the past year. It was announced the new atnff of officers, headed by Mrs. Melvln Bracht, president, will assume duties at the Aug. 25 meeting. Wood River Township Hospital. The car was driven by Mrs. Arnold Counsil, 459 N. Sixth St. ;; 9x9 Vinyl' ASBESTOS TILES W«r» ISe •«., new. special Buy whatew amount you need II' lie I. F. Goodrich—7x9 "I" Colors—Full loxet ASPHALT TILE ^ E .. 5 C Armstrong and Bonnie Maid LINOLEUM FELT BASE t ft. and f Ft. WMrirt C 12-ft. 'width 89c sq. yd. 79° Yd. Seconds WALL COVERING 4 A c Running 19 Feet Mastic Wall TILE All Odors New Is the Time To Paint Flat Oil Paint 2.49 Gal. < Latex Rubber 2.95 Gal. VETERAN CL 4.2457 LINOLEUM : 19 FERGUSON & RUG CO. WOOD RIVER Mrs. Roderick suffered her injuries in a two-car collision at Edwardsville road and Eaton avenue, Wednesday evening. She was treated at Wood River Township Hospital Wednesday night but released. After consulting her family physician Thursday she was placed in the hospital. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harrv j Edelen and other relatives and! friends. Several young people from the Bethel Free-Will Baptist Church spent the past week at tht» church camp at Benton, III. They were: Ronald fCeller, Mik» Vaughn, Kay Malone, Steve Futrell and Rae Chester. Avt- dl 4Vth now an . IKKNOTU t MOlPUIiNIOIHID • PHDB1OOIIAT01P e I4ttl locttJon o torkjiaf nmr from lobby to penthouM 0 TV Ifl ewry room , oMdMnundar Wrttt lor color Pboa* PUaa 6-1200 f» RtttrvotionM call morttt AUwt fiek W» nave the. line up of Motor* ob W an4 Tranvktort now on display W Come In and compare our prloM jutd tot $5 DOWN $5 MONTH Standard, 400 IAST MOADWAY Flanty of Free Parlay at fiMtr «f f tat»> QjMut ffWay NUea Till 8. Aw Otber Nlgbt by Tomorrow Only, Scalp Specialists In Alton Will Show How to Save Hair and Prevent Baldness On Saturday, July 30th, at the Flamingo Motel in Alton, Illinois, Staff Director, Mr. R. K. Hanson, will give free hair and scalp examination between 12 noon a.nd 8 p.m. to halr-wor- Iried men and women. Phone (HO2-0642. Free parking. Erickson Hair and Scalp Specialists, the oldest and largest organization of its kind makes I fcj regular visits to Alton through- i out Ihe year to assure you of success in a minimum period of ..... time.' Erickson is now in its | Guaranteed 12 Months seventh year.' Last year alonje, E r i cks on Hair and Scalp Spe- over one-quarter'n\illiOn Erlck- - •• son home scalp treatments were LOSE WEIGHT, STAY SLIM, KEEP WELL-FED ON JUST 900-CALORIES A DAY! ••**... Before | After Mr*. Virginia Barnes used. Before After Mr. T. A. Melton, Jr. Baldness is slow and gradual. clallsts accept only those whose i hair < will respond. If you are accepted, you. will be giVeri a written guarantee for the length of treatment recommended, or up to 12 months. You must be satisfied within 30 days, or it costs you nothing. So, why put off your hair problem any longer. He^tltss Costs Rtfustd Erickson Hair and Scalp Specialists have established a very high reputation in the field for refusing any case that does not fall under the scope of its work- In the great majority of cases even in the most common forms, of baldness and excessive hair The source of the most common loss, (a condition known as causes are mistreatment and male pattern' baldness — has neglect. {been Identified as such) the If you now have or have in Erieksun preparations and treat Winton's e 900CAIORIE (FOOD CONC. .rpR DIETARY, WEIGHT CONTROI CHOCOMTf ; "'*«'«. 4P-! the past noticed dandruff, itchy scalp, excessive niliness or dry* ness, excessive hair fall or thinning at the terrtples or crown, you should see Mr. R. K. Han- json tomorrow. He will deter- I mine the type of Individual treatment required, explain to you what results you can expect, how long you will have to use Erickson treatment, and how much the cost will be, which is usually less than ImU ta tors. Ixomlnorlon Th#r» ii absolutely no charge or obligation for your free hair and scalp examination. The only obligation is to yourself, to save your hair and gain more coverage if your ''hair factory" Is stiil producing even "fun". You can easily follow thU new modern method In the privacy of your .home, Actually, there are very few with hair and scalp problems that cannot be help*d by the Erickwm Hair and Scalp ment are of no value whatever, and again we state ERICKSON WILL CONTINUE ITS POLICY EXTRA! WINTON'S "900" CONTAINS ONE FULL DAY'S FOOD SUPPLY... BUT ONLY 900 CALORIES. THIS NEW DIETARY WEIGHT CONTROL PROVIDES COMPLETE NUTRITION AND APPETITE SATISFACTION! •Low Weight Qilokly... Easily... Safely! • No Calorie GovnllRC or DM Mom • PleaMot-Tastfng Flavors Ctmpirtbli )• Nitltnil Iriri Sil< it $1.69 Specialist horat methods. treatment B*fer» After Mr. K. Fryer • For your free hair and se£lp examination, go to the Flamingo Motel between 12 Noon and 8 p.m. on Saturday, and ask the room cjerk. lor Mr. ft. K. Hanson'* room number, You may phone for ati appointment or just com* in at your convenience. Eliminations are given |,Q private. You will not b* urn- or obligated in any Winton'i "900" it tbi niw low oilorii food conpintnti that hilpi you ihid ixent pounds quiokly. tiftly ind comfortably, So Miy to pnpin, too. Eiob 8-ounoi |ir of Winton'i "900" miiod with witir, contains tnt diy'i supply of highly nutritional food to tiko can of your roqiiiromonti whlli diot- ln|,,, yot oontalni just 900 oaUrlos, lii* anoid blond of protilni and carbo-hydrates I plui iitintlol vltonini and mlninl nfod to oaiy to toko, too. In o tiity obooilito flavor, buttinootei. or vanilla. For partial dieting, ono |laii iMlttitutoi for ono miol. Ordor a I2*day tupply, itari your dlot aawi THRIFTY'S Low, Low Priot •6 Jars $5.69 • 12 Jars $10,99 EXCLUSIVELY AT THRIFTY Of UO 0 Sl» Belle it.. Downtown Alton • IA»1 Cuilttg* Ave., Upper Alton • Alton PUaa, 1141 K. gr<MHlw«y • Mm U«lm»r, NPI-UI Alton • Witobifo Village, £»tl AltMi

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