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PAGE FOUfcTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH GOP Women nrnong th« World's W a j r) r t 1*k«i. toe Oroat l*kps rank thus: i Spoil M>r Llinrheon l4lk* Superior second. Lake: Mrr. .T. S. Srhlnfly. president Humn fifth. Lake MirhiRnn. six- O f | nf , Illinois Federation of Reth, "Lake Kris 12th and Lake On- p ,,hlirnn Women, presided at a Jarto 14th. lnnr-hoon Tuesday nl the Palmer House in Chicago. Over 2.000 Rppublican women attended the luncheon, sponsored by the Illinois organization. Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona was the principal speaker. Other speakers were Gov. WilHam Quinn and Sen. Hiriam Fong, of ' Hawaii. GRAFTON LEGION DANCE EVERY SAT. NITE 9-1 OTIS ItRRY ORCHESTRA DININO ROOM OR CURI SERVICE CARRY OUTS WELCOMED ELM-WAY DRIVE-IN Elm and Henry Dial HO 2-2864 LET'S HAVE A PARTY! ROLLER SKATE At ICELAND, Inc. 2715 E. Broadway For Information Call HO 5-2528 Special rates to church groups, Girl or Boy Scouts, Birthday Parties. Having sold our business to Maurice and Esther WiU son, we wish to thank our many friends and customers for their fine patronage and we hope they will allow the new owners to serve them. —CAP & VERA CRIVELLO CAP'S DRIVE IN BRIGHTON* ILL. New Hours Starting Tuesday, Aug. 2 11 A.M. to 11 P.M. DAILY Closed Monday, Aug. 1, /or Inventory BEAT THE HEAT! COOL, COOL. INDOOR ICE SKATING Dally 1:30 to 4 P.M—7:00 to 10 P.M. Except Mondays Plan a Party! Refreshingly Different! Private Skating Lessons Now Available. ICELAND, INC. 2715 E. BROADWAY—ALTON Buy One—Get One Free! Buy One—Get One Free! HALF OF FRIED CHICKEN With Crisp FRENCH FRIES Buy One Get One FREE Phone HO 5-5291 AND YOUR ORDER WILL BE READY Curb'and Carry Out Only. Friday, Saturday, Sunday TAKE THE FAMILY CKfl f\Df* ACBrtDVt OUT SUNDAY FOR dlflUlf l)lM3DUIf U OVER 50 KINDS OF FOOD! «l.7o Adults, Children $1.25 Plus a Delightful Regular Menu! COMET DRIVE IN 8687 EAST BROADWAY — On Four Lane Highway at Bridge g- East Alton Now Open All Day Monday I • Allen Bevenue American Legion Post 354 MID-SUMMER DANCE 601 BELLE ST. ALTON SATURDAY, JULY 30 Music by Johnny O'Neal's Orch. Dancing 9 P.M.-l A.M. District Governor Visits Rotary Club at Roxana ANNOUNCEMENTS PERSONAL8 ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS — H810 for the problem drtnker. P.O. Bfl* US, East Alton. HO 8-823?, HO 2-2712. "You overslept, Horace, you'll be late] Your clean shirt's on the bed, your socks are on the bureau, and you are in the bathroom!" East Alton Pastor and Wife Married 25 Years Dog License Applications Continue Dog license applications are still flowing In at a rate of 12 to 15 a day at. City Hall, but City Clerk Paul Price and City Treasurer M. O. Elliott again are ready for all comers. Elliott said today that he had received an added supply of 750 license tags which will suffice for the rest of the year unless total registrations exceed 3,200. Thus far this week — four days — about 70 licenses have been issued and the grand total of licensed dogs in Alton now stands at 2,571. Early this week the city ran out of tags for male dogs and about 56 license receipts were issued with understanding tags would be supplied later. After the new supply came In, tags due were mailed to the licensees, said Elliott. Treasurer Elliott said that when an accounting was made yesterday for a full we'ek period he had $290 for sale of licenses to credit to the dog license account. Four more complaints charg. ing as many residents with fail. Macoupin Bar Adjusts Fees CARUNV1LLE — The Macoupin County Bar Association has announced the adoption of a ne\v customary minimum fee schedule for its members that conform with thr recommendation of the Illinois Slain Association. Action was recently taken by the local barj group Ht a meeting of its mem hers. A revised schedule, the first in 10 years, was recommended al the 84th annual meeting of the Slate Bar Association in«June at Waukegan. The revised fee schedule does not necessarily mean a I raise in all fees. It does mean a reappraisal and' readjustment in fees. Kor example, the cost of dfaw- ing i'P a simple will under the new fee schedule will be $25. the new fee for a long form income lax return will be $25, and the new fee for a default divorce will be $250. II has been pointed out that the increase in the fee schedule is made neceessary due to the increase costs of providing legal services and conducting litigation. KAST ALTON—The Rev. and; $65.770 Suit Mrs. Louie Estes, 329 Monroe j CARLINVILLE — A suit has St., will celebrate their 25thi been filed in Macoupin County Cir- \vedrling anniversary Sunday! cuit Court by the A. E. Stanley with an open house at their i Manufacturing Corp. of Decatur home from .2 1o 5 p.m. Friends against Norman Hulehcr for $(i5,- pnd neighbors are invited. i 770.05. in damages. The corpora- The Rev. Estes, the son of i lion alleges-that they entered into Mrs. John Estes of Eldorado, j contracts with Hulehcr for the pur- and the late Mr. Estes; and j chase of soybean oil and Hujcher Miss Genevieve Bragg, daugh-j furnished the corporation with ter of Mrs. Benjamen Bragg'false credit statements. ROXANA — Ketrir KlinRmnn of Canton, governor of District 646 of Rotary International spoke to members of Roxana Rotary Club Wednesday evening following the dinner meeting nt First Presbyterian Chufch. Klingman stated: "Rotary elubs in 116 counties are united in these difficult times of inter-! national tensions in an endeavor i to prfimote understanding", good! will and peace throughout thej world." i He urged all local Rotarians '° allend the MttrM conference I'o he held in Jacksonville, Aug. gJRUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES TIGRUMMAGE SALE" Saturday, July 30. 200 E. Bdwy. Doors Open 9 a.m. Household goods, children's clothing, men's etc. 1:00 all left will be sold for whatever you'fl sl«*. Ptasa Indian Sr. Drill Team Bid RUMMAGE SALE at 81? Belle. 9 A.M. Saturday. SOCIETIES Md LODGES ANNOUNCEMENTS IT ROOF—Storm damage; matei and rapairt. 'Phone HO 2-1 MO. TREES' TOPPED. Trimmed and removed. CL 9-6971. WANT TO R¥NT' MOVIE TOONS for the children s b party? : s«_Fo.ter;» for brind njy stock of Wait Foster» Camera Broadway. HO Dltney* Drug Store. Headouartwi." cartoon*. "AltOfl'l 130 B. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — HELP WANTED — Would S2 Jour help pay your bills? If to. phone DU 4-ll7g._Frjdayjind^alurd«y v WANTED—3 men who'want to work. Immediate earnings. Plenty of opportunity. Apply No. 4 From St., 9 to 10 a.m. FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 A.F.* 'A.M. — Family night -for mem-, ....._ . hers, their families, and other I MAN—While. 21 - .10. with car, worK friends. Thursday. Aug 4. 6 p.m.j part time evenings and Saturday* Westerner Club Grounds. Bring 1 $2.50 hour. HO 2-9727. dlah rovrred talnment. anrt • sliver. Knler- FRIDAY, JULY 2», EMPLOYMENT SALESMEN RETAIL SALES ROUtE — 28-30, car, high school. $130 weekly trow while learning route. PHone 3575 Edwardsvllle jrOT_mtervteW. ^ SALES'fRAINEE — 2J-30 Wl'th car. $90 weekly while learning. See Mr. Fred. Thursday. 1-2 p.m.. Illinois State Employment Office, Alton. h SITUATfOmS *1 D.-FEMAtfe GENERAL HOUSEWORK W«n»d by the day^oiijSatardayB. HO 8-1039 YdnN^jiiDY~wamii day work. MO 5-4103. FINANCIAL It BUSINESS OPPOHTUNttlEi FOR LEASE—High MllonM* »*rv- Ice station In Alton by Inventory only A real money maker. Owner has other business interest. Phone HO 52198. PERSONAL SERVICE DRESSMAKING— TAIUMUW CUSTOM MADE SLIP C6VBRS — L. E. (J1LLELAND. W.M. 10 I.OSI —SI RAYED—STOLEN ^8-30. and to make plans to bo presented al I IIP r^nd Annual Convention 1 of Rotary Inter-1 national in Tokyo, Japan ntxr May. ; .,, ... „ , 1 LOST—I-'emale beagle. Godfrey vl- ViSllinK RotHrians \vpre Paul; clnlly^Hpward Lewis HO 2-7015. ' Meyer, Sol Mack and Dr. Blu-! LOST—s'malT box " of tools between ~~ ,, .. I-.1.. i wu»» i»— — - - PART-TIMK «nd full time Jobs| WorK gUBrtme td. open due to promotion Repor. to Halft HO g.2533. 2414 E. Broadway for personal In- tervlew, Monday through Friday. Mrg. Homer LOST—Baseball glove between Lincoln avenue and Milton school. HO 5-5402. of Plainvievv, and the late Mr. Bragg, were married Aug. 3, 1935, at St. Charles, Mo. Both are natives of Illinois and have made their home in East Alton throughout' their married life. In addition to his duties as pastor of the Forest Mission Assembly of God Church, Forest Homes Addition, the Rev. Estes is employed as a boilermaker at Shell Oil Co. The reception is being arranged by their two daughters, Mrs. Charley Pittman of East AJton and Miss Judith, at home. DANCE Godfrey Civic Center Come and brine your friends, Dancing 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Music By ROSCOE STILES 4-LANE WEEKEND SPECIALS! 7 7 Deluxe Hamburgers. $|00 $100 29c French Fries. 1 Pound 4 FlshSttokc. or 4 for $1.00 Hot •or>l>Qwe or 4 for $1.00 Phone HO 2-0322 /or Quick Service on Your Carry-Out Orders/ 4 LANE DRIVE INN •Homeofl5eHombwger»" Look for m In the Stockade On But Broadway I7M B. Broadway, Alton 14th Annual SOUTH ROXANA HOMECOMING JULY 29-30-31 Radio & TV Stars Personal Appearances FRIOAY NIOHT - OTTO SCHULTZ SATURDAY NIOHT - JOE QRCENWCLL SUNDAY NIGHT-SMILEY BURNETTE Refreshments - Rides - Hot Fish AT SOUTH ROXANA DAD'S CLUB PARK '\ t 7 An English manufacturer is making 80,000 pairs of shoes for Moscow firm. ure to license their dogs were sworn out today by Dog Warden William Tueth and warrants were given police for service. Reported to police last evening was an incident in which John Kessinger of 638 Winkler St. incurred a dog-bite wound on his left knee for which he received emergency attention at St. Joseph's Hospital. Hospital Auxiliary CARLINVILLB— The Woman's Auxiliary of Carlinville Area Hospital will meet at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 9, in the assembly room of the hospital. The chairmen of each booth of the annual hospital bazaar, scheduled for Oct. 22, is to present "samples" of wares to be sold at the booths. CARLINVILLE - Wilfred C. Bilbruck, 17, of Carlinville, son of Oren L. Bilbruck, enlisted in the U. S. Navy recently and will receive his training at Great Lakes. Illinois. He qualified for high school graduates training program and choosing the field of aviation. New England's longest bridge is the Jamestown across the west passage of Narragansett Bay, R. L, which is 6,982 feet long. NEW SYSTEM HAMBURGERS FOSTER'S DRIVE IN 334 Wood River Ave. Look for the 384 Week Days Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. No Parking Problems at Roxana Phone CL 4-7887 Tonire, Sat., Sun., Mon. Rita Hayworth—Anthony FrancioKa— Gig Young "THE STORY ON PAGE ONE" Cinemascope 0:00 Brlgitte Bardot—Jacques Charrier—Francis Blanche "BABETTE GOES TO WAR" Color—Cinemascope 7:12 Selected Shorts MIDWEST PREMIERE YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE IN Tn y| TB i uni i L STARLIGHT D It I V [ IN IHlAIHf , COUKM AVI. Box Office Opens at 7:00 FIRST RUN SHOWING! Thru Tuesday See How Much the Color of Skin Weighs on the Scales of Justice! •""• I?"' W"T yiu and itant yoN with its mpense! i//*/0flf JEFFREY HUNTER'CONSTANCE TOWERS-BULIE eK-fenS.^ l'lu« Second Feature 3 PCATURBB <a» Tonitii and Sat. <9 LATI OWl'SHpW 'High School Htlloiti' uur reuulur urogVam NO ADVANCE IN MICH Children Admitted Free t 2 Cartoons fire Truck. Live I'oniet, Merry-Go-ftouud, Swing*, Auto and Train Kkle. In OUR FBKJ! PLAYGROUND! bakeY of Edwardsville. Remits In Traffic Charge Responding in police court today to a city traffic complaint based on a driving mishap Laverne Honno. 31, of Mattoon, Rt. 2. told Magistrate Fred J. Srhrribrr that his misadventure was due to getting lost on the Alton streets after attempting to follow a shortcut route across town. According to th<> police report, the Mattoon driver's sta- tionwagon hopped - the curb when west-bound at 104 W. Elm St., halting against a tree in residential premises. Ho had lost control due to unfatnil- iarity with the street, h<? sartj. A towcar removed the Henne car, and the driver pleaded guilty and was fined $20. Mllinn-North Alton. Reward, Write P. O. Box 07. Alton. WANTED—M«n to manage our Ood- frey Road Dilvp In Prefer Drive in local experience. Will train. .Sal- arv depends upon experience. Only those Interested In full time permanent work need apply. Apply Ray Blook'Mi.. HO 5-9313., Bob Hul»er. HO 2-7855. ' LADIES * CHILDREN'S DRESSES. drupe*; double nre«»t»d tulti m«d« slngH. CL 4-387B. BUSINESS SERVICE II HELP WANTED — FEMALE n BUS. ANNOUNCBMBNH ACCOMMODATING ALL AREAS HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE HO 5-1012 —CL 4-0513 11 ?yjL!!Sd5? _ KXPERIKNCr.D nurses aids want- ALL KINDS of k«ys mad«. Tumblers! ed Ho v-atms charmed, cart opened. Mlnnowi.-^"^..*^ 0 '^. ..--.---------•—-—! 24 hour wrylcr Work «uar«nt«»d worms, run. picnic supplies. Belle MIDDLEAOEn I.ADV—5»ay care In8llred . We c i, an , mitall. repair --•-•-'-•• -•-••-• ••-•-• «.——"."-ir n. ge wer t. septic tanks, cesspools. drains. t.i. ; Street Bait and Key Shop. 604 Belle I of I child: Iliht housework. St. Phone HO 2-5855. j> 7040 after 6 pm - BULK'WFDmNG PAPER PI ATFiS OPENING for 2 Indies who drive —While cups, plastic forks and Full or part-time work I)"""* CL spoons. punch bowl rental; !m- 4-227B. Stanley Home Products print napkins^ , _ ! SA , ESWOME N _ 30 - 6S, excellent t»nrnln«i. Call AVON. HO 2-427K. _ BOTTLE GAS HOOKUP—Original bottleitas equipment and bottles; also bulk Skelgas. JIM JONES. 5.4 E CH °6 July and i miles north o Fisherman's Paradise and Campers' Qelight July and Aunust at Eagleton Park. |n.,vlng qualifications and exper- 6 miles north of Marquetle Park.! J2* c * lvlwgr |? eU BOX 670, 'care Alton Telegraph. TAXrCAB DRIVKRS—Apply In per son. Ham A Merv Taxi. WANTED—Domestic help. HO 2-9005 • WHITE—Dependable'"lady" for baby i sitting, days. Fo»lerburg area. Ph will kind. ! Dial HO 2-I846-_ _ ^ I Sealed bids to be taken on this ' property known as St. Alphonsus I Hull. Brighton, 111. Bids to be taken two ways: first on just the twoj"_"" : lots or second way for the two lots WANTED — Nursing , and hall. Description of properly. •> construction estimator. Industrial commencing at the Northeast cor- engineer, room clerk, managerial ner of tot number one hunJred and trainee, saleslady, housemother. fifty-nine (159) on North Street in; waitress (part tlmei. favtory laboi- the town of Brighton In the County : ers. age 45-50. housekeeper (stay or of Macoupin and the State of Illinois i not). Tool and die maker. running thence east ninety feet (90) | driver. Apply In person (hence north one hundred (100) i State Employment thence west ninety (90) and thence | Henry. Alton. south one hundred feet (100) In place of beginning, the same being parts of lots number one hundred sixty-one, and one hundred sixty- --------------------- ..... -rr Vfrt>~.— Mntt "~*""Pemale .." _ ...... ------------- -•• instructor. taxi Illinois Service. 87 Fire Inspections Fire Chief Warren two In said town of Brighton, now i Village of Brighton Gra- The bids are to be mailed or de- said today the fire depart-!.s tveAC | ph dn 5 us"church. Brighton."MI' o all bids must have check foi 10'. of the amount of said bid All cnecks will be returned If bid requested is rejected. Closing all bids at 12 noon Aug. 9. 1060. WILLIAM L. MAHF.R. Sec'y. Building Committee Brighton. III. Asst. ble ment is still inspecting busfriessr'Ais'b'alf bids "must have "check for 1 " trWnf»h« am nun t nf Cttlrf hlri All establishments. Grable said the department hopes to get to the residential areas within the next couple of weeks. ANNOUNCEMENTS OF THANKS. MRS. ETHEL FISCHER—We would like to express our sincere thanks and,appreciation 10 all of our relatives; friends and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Especially Dr. Quinn. nurses on second floor at Wood River Hospital, pallbearers, those who sent cards and flowers or Helped a/id assisted, in any way. The Fischers and the Stotlars. FOR THE HOUSE YOU DESIRE CONSULT CLASSIFICATION 59 , Bethalto RAINBOW GIRLS Ham Supper Sat,, July 30, 1960 at Masonic Tumple, BETHALTO Serving 4:0,0'to 8:00 P.M. family Style Donation: $1.35 AdulU 680 Children Air-Conaltlonetf Open Daily 6:30, Start 7 p.m. Adults 50o Kiddie* 28c Tonight Through Mon. DAVlDNlVENl j^T /IN A STORY OF TOGETHERNESS... BEFORE AND AFTER MARRIAGE! _ Happy Anniversary Fri., Sat., Mon., 8:48 p.m. *7l EDGE OF ^ETERNITY • IMMMMXI nooUCIIOI * CtMMWIA riCIMf Fri., Sat., Mon., 7:17 p.m. Short Subject 7 p.m. Mid-A~' OPEN 7:00 -^START DUSK bctAlv TONIGHT —THRU— TUESDAY The, Entertainment World's Most Wonderful Entertainment) COMEDY I SUSPENSE! MUSIC! ^if, M] «$ i mmmi oilTH PACiFi CRAMP '/////// I///W.M / It'll MATINKR DAILY 12:48 TODAY & SAT. Adult* 600 Children SPECTACLE! •GRANDEUR!. GLORY! M-O-M PLUS: UBCKET TORT UK PlATiNUM I HIGH SCHOOL At 1:OS N:25 «J:45 tOtft tl>tt tOM/HHJ >M»T:i lilt in I OX I III, I \Hl V (01*1 NOW SHOWING BOTH THEATRES OPEN TOMTK «;80 MATIXEK KAT. 12:45 JOHN KKKJl if »IITZI GAyNOR if ROSSAXO BRA352 AND ™• ALL ITS SPLENDOR . "FABULOUS LAS VEGAS >f 3rd BIG HIT! JOEL McCRtA 'CATTLE EMPIRE" / i DUTDOO THEHTR .OPEN 7(30 Start Dusk THRU Fontostie and Funtastle Adventures in 3 Top Hit*! we ITU o/rai VoVAGE j 'SlNB/XD <Htl*t DYNMIXRON Technicplor* Vl**|ifiMi ••»• t • 1 »•••» v KtlHRyN GRANT mmm ,'s <•* .'./• i-X^.^vA-^. >SrS> i S-- > . '•. :S' ME mil MOOT EMTERTAUIlKirr KKIIHXI 'S, 2*A THE* 1HIURIH BEST-SELLER IS ON THE SCREEN! RAI-I.V PO^^D THE PLAG, BO^S» NEWMAN in j o*"« WOODWARD COLLINS . ft JAW ClRSOl V'.. •^r *jjintm»+Amm<-H*m tf>»im»».«.. COkOf bv PC lUXi CWY W CURTIS •«P«H rW. *itW:$:mm~^ " mm-mwm-mm+mm* itmtn LOW STAITI SUN. For 4| DAYS /»'//. /. HUDSON i i,, .\INMllfo FftfeB 3PMR3* CIRCUS OF HORRORS Saturday Both Theaters 1:05 3:60 6:85 9:25 Tonite Both Theater* 6:50 8:80 PLUS: TOE y^ JAIkRREAKERS itirring ROBERT HVTTON t UARV QM R*l*»t*4 by Saturday. »i40 fines TonJte 8149 *UO * GRAND * Sun. • Mon, • TUM. Tony CurtU-D*bbh' Beyualdi "THE RAT RACK" COMING SOON Walt Dhuiey 1 * "P0UYANNA"