Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 4, 1960 · Page 4
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August 4, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

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tt*m ALTON TRLEGftAPM THimsDAY, AUGUST 4,1980 BcttmUo Student in t» - .-** Turkey on IMC A Job Defense Radios For Betlmlto iETHALTO - Eight radios hate been purchased for the Village of Bethnlto as part of the Civil Defense preparedness program. It was announced by Civil Defense Director Pete Davis. Installation of thr radios is 'expected during the latter part of August. Four of the radios will be installed In emergency vehicles of | xvas the local police auxiliary, two will be Installed in fire department trucks and two will he used-by water department officials. Davis said. Applications were sent to the FCC for a license to operate the radio units, Davis explained. Under normal condition*, the radios will have a range of approximately 10 miles. The units will be usedj for emergencies, training programs and munity service, Davis said. \MCA A N't* rrf* Night Program $1 tiled BFTHALTO .Tack Patterson. n University of Illinois st'i- ! BfCTHALTO dent, is working in Turkey thi?|participating in summer on a "Bnildine;<! for P.rotherhood" project. He \v;is Delected by thr Illinois area Councils of YMCA's to Mn the International student worki was reported Wednesday -by camp, sponsored by the YMCAJ Jerrv B"»"««. PuMic relations World Service and engaged in j director. Girls and boys the Civic Memorial YMCA summer program will take part in an awards night at 6:30 p.m. today at the school ball "diamond, it construction of a new facility in Turkey. Patterson, son of Dr. and Mrs. V. T. Patterson of 219 Mill St.. has been active on the Stu- Cahinet of the University recently elected its vice president and a member of the Board of Directors. , The Buildings for Brotherhood program in which Patterson is YMCAi Refreshments will be served I to the youngsters who participated in the summer program. Approximately 350 youngsters will travel to the Cardinal-Cincinnati baseball game Friday 40 adults will thaper- the group. Plegge Reunion BETHALTO -- A reunion of the Plegge family will be held Sunday at Moro School, it was announced Tuesday. The reunion will get under way with a Maroitpiii Gfotip to Visit Ptwpr Plant CARt.tNVIU.E — M a c o u p i n County -4-H members enrolled in the electricity project will (our thr Illinois Light and Power Co. power plant at Wood River on Aug. 9. This tour is being taken to show the 4-H boys how power is produced. The group will leave by car at 8:10 a.m. from the south side of the square in Car- linvillc. Arrangements have hern made by Ralph Rutherford, manager of POLICK ftmCB OfctS mist fifsPfetUwBss Mira Guha is the first woman member of its police force to become an hispeftress, Calcutta reports. Promoted after 11 years' service, she is now in charge of the Public Relations Bureau. In the past she has investigated n large number of cases in which women have b*en involved. the Illinois Light and Power Co. of Cnrlinvillc. The 4-H members planning to make the tour must send reservation to Charles Willman, assistant farm adviser, by Aug. a. Plan Book Store BETHALTO — Seventy dollars was approved by Voter's Assembly for the beginning of a bookstore in the Zion Lutheran Church, it was reported this week. Members of the education committee were chos- the bookstore under committee 1 includes: all project of the YMCA World ^^ „, 12 , }0 , Service, a joint program of the!' , YMCA's of the United States j A. B. Graham founded the 4-H ! and Canada to cooperate withjciuh movement, largest rural! the "Y" movements in other j youth organization in the U.S., countries. The Buildings for| a t Springfield. Ohio. j 'j (Brotherhood project is a special j three-year effort started in 1958 to help YMCA's around the world to build, enlarge or reno- five vate buildings. Patterson is working to build en to get way. The Ted Marth, Jean Lowenstein and Gerald Steffen. Sample books. Bibles. Christian pictures and miscellaneous items from Concordia Publishing house will be available for display and sale, it was reported. Tjie library will be expanded from donations supplied by members and church organizations. Practice Drill BETHALTO —A practice drill was conducted recently by members of the Volunteer fire department, it was reported by Fire Chief Lester Cook. Volunteers who attended the meeting participated in a training session, with fire equipment and hose,'Cook said. Cook, along with Police Chief Clyde Tisdei, Sr., urged parents to caution their children about playing with matches during the dry weather. Several reports of minor fires have resulted from children playing with matches, .Tisdel said. Feud Over Dog Leads To Fatal Shooting CHICAGO (AP) — Mi .on Klin ka, 67, and Richard Reynolds, 21, had been feuding over Klinka's dog. They met Wednesday in the North Side apartment building where both lived. Klinka was carrying a shotgun. 1 Reynolds looked at the shotgun, Klinka told police, and said: "Go ahead, shoot me." "So, I did," Klinka added. He shot and killed him, police said. Klinka was held without charge. (••••••••••••••••I* a new YMCA structure in Tuzla. Istanbul, Turkey. Part of the contributions to the World Service drive were allotted for Patterson's expenses on the trip. Patterson, a junior psychology major, was chosen from numerous applicants to join the international student work camp in Turkey. if Mollory Hats * Van Htustn Shirts * Clipper Craft Suits Crtdit: 30 - 40.90 Day* BrnvTE ^ SENS SHOP! 86 E. Ferguson, Wood River 829 Belle Street, Alton 1682 Washington, Alton 5928 Eauton Ave., St. Louis Does Someone Owe You. Money in Madison, Jersey or Greene County? MIDWEST ACCOUNTS SERVICE Will Recover It For You . . . 321 East Broadway HO 5-5561 DID YOU KNOW! 1. Pioso FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS and Loan made more home loans to E. I. 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