Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 4, 1960 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 4, 1960
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-ONE Change 9 in Union-Standard Wage Discussion WOOD niVER A situation "status quo" existed following a meeting Wednesday between officials of Central States Petfo- lenm Union (Independent oil workers union) Standard Od refinery officials and Federal Mediator C. K. Call regarding union wage negotiations. No progress was made during the meeting In the Standard main office conference room, according to both management and union officials. There was no date set for a future meeting and Vernon Brave. CSPU president. Indicated there would be no further mnetings unless Standard offi- - • * • I cials could fores*? chances for a settlement. A meeting of oil workers council union officials representing 11 craft unions at Shell Oil refinery, and Shell officials is still scheduled for next Tuesday. ' So far no date for a meeting of union officials with Sinclair refinery management representatives has been set. according to Bill Inning, plant manager. The last meeting of the two group* at Sinclair was July 14. A meeting of union official* of the oil, chemical and atomic workers local at Socony-Vacuum refinery in p:ast St. Louis and management representatives there is slated for Monday, It was learned at noon today. Woro a Colonel Martinet was a French army Inspector noted for the strictness of his discipline. Today, a "martinet" is a rather fussy disciplinarian. Legion Presents Flag for Park At Wood River WOOD RfVER -A flag and pole were presented to the Wood River city recreation department Wednesday night at Central Park by American Legion Post for use at the park. Edward L. Emerick, city recreation director, accepted the presentation for the city. American Legion officers who officiated were Roy Edwards, commander, and HowarVl Mathls, Americanism chairman. An acceptance talk was given by Circuit Judge Joseph Barr of Wood River. Flag ceremonies District VFW Meet Scheduled EAST ALTON - Final plans for the 12th district meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars at thp East Alton Post Saturday and Sunday were made by members Injured In fall WOOD RIVER —James Bensley. 8. son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beasley, 851 Wood River Ave.. was admitted to Wood River Township Hospital Wednesday evening. were' conducted by the color The child was taken to the guard of American Legion Aux- hospital after he jumped over iliary 204. Members of Wood! a carpenter's horse and fell on River Troop 35 also were pres-|his right arm. His condition is ent. | reported as good. of the local post at a meeting this wwk. In other business members of Port 2859 voted to buy and present a United States tlaj? to Una Reorganized Church of the letter Day Saints. Plans were made to conduct a drive for blood donors to contribute when the Bloodmobilo is at the Post AUR. 2fi. Jack R. Willis, department blood chairman, stressed the need of blood for hospitals and mentioned that at the present time the rjuotn is minus what has been used. Several members will attend the National VFW convention at Detroit AUK. 21-2R. Emphasis on traffic safety was stressed and discussed at the meeting. The VFW was the first statewide organization to stress highway safety, it was mentioned, and members are continuing to, emphasize such a program. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" 1,800 Attend McLattghliti, Kerner Rally EAST ALTON .Tames Mr- I^ughlfn. Democratic candidate for secretary of state, was the honored guest of the "Kerner- McLaughlin Day" which WPS attended by an estimated crowd of 1,900 people Wednesday night at the East Alton VFW Hall. Otto Kerner. Democratic candidate for governor of Illinois, unable to be present, was represented by George T. Wilkins. state, superintendent of public instruction. The program • included "handshaking and good fellowship" activities without speeches. Area hosts were Mayor Charles Vanpreter and Fred Grenzebach, supervisor of Wood River pern .- , PEACHES- Arkansas Elberta Freestone ft ^F ^ ^_ J- ^ ^ ^ Homo Grown 2'/i-lb. 1 .TV lornaToes *~*<««M«M<* P-IT .C^MM , 1O ^C< K, ^^^B ^^^ ^^BJ UflMBBi* AMABOM AoJtlalBWaft B^BM4aBBBBBl • ^g m ••••• ^am *^^ ^^^•f ^^>v • • • vwiffv ^•vtwwn wiwn •vWfffVffN • ^BL •ore ^_^B .^-V ICEBER* LETTUCI Mltf. Uwt* 9 *•» ?K*» UH4 •*—•- •» o»«FW BANANAS ... IOC GREEN PEPPERS Udm i ll/.|bj, OJM Orowm — — — pM I'C lit ...xie_ CUCUMBERS SZ 4-25* Yellow Onions 3..25C Grapes California WnHO SOOdlOM IB. **«* THEY'LL SIZZLE TO PERFECTION ^ V Swift Premium or Armour Star '-^•^^ None finer ... Mature Grain Fed Beef SIRLOIN STEAKS QQ Suitable for broiling on your next cookout LI. ^^^F ^B^r Oft OUt STEAKS T-Bone Round Steaks Beef Rib Steaks Beef Liver Bacon Wieners SWIFT PREMIUM Younjj •"• Tenaor SWIFT PREMIUM iy Iho pieee, loon, 6/1 «vnole or half Hunter's CHUCK STEAKS s »>• Boneioes Family Steaks Beef Rib ROAST '* *> Afinour 8W *>. Boneless Beef Rump Roasts ..... Ib. "The Bells are Ringing" for Our Produce Buyer! Out hood aroduto buyor, Ml Lang*, lo ptonty bviy Htoto dayi on long dlrtanto phonos, Imfantly •potting tho boot I960 growing rogioni of fruit* ana 1 vogotaMoi. •Ill It lonitanth/ awaro of arop condrtloni thruowt tho Unltorf StatM and Control Amorka. Whon ho find* Mio (torn ho want*, railroad OBH and trutkt toon otart thorr |oumoy to our warohomo. langa will follow tho poach *rop a* It now movo* northward from Arkamai. You'll want thorn toon for canning. Now wo hovo HIOM wandorful homo-grown tomatoof, with that "out-of-thi*-world' flavor. WhHo toodloi* grapoi aro rolling in from California (hoop thorn cool la tho rafrigoratar, ftno to munch on whon yox'ro roading) . . . goldon bantam «om, picked a fow hour* ago, already in our ttofotl iill Longo ha* had a long caroor hi Mil* narvo-wracklng, fai- cinating produco-buylng poiltion. That'* why our prodvco laiot aro tho frothoit thing In towid KALPH PERRY, Advortiiing Managor. Sdtmo Frost«d Frut* A Nut Cookies *S 29« Salerno Cingw Snaps i »b PH. 31* Flavor-Kfst AM*. Sugar Wafers Braunschweiger Ikmtor A. C. by the pioco Ib. Ham Salad Ovr Own Moke — A Summer Treat Ib. Swift Premium Boneless Canned HAM $?69 4- Ib. liM ... e^ Plato Boilinf Short Kbt of Beef.* 15* Beef5*35* Crackers '±27< Ground Beef Shrimp f-U. BOX 40/50 $^%99 Cow-it* CATFISH STEAKS •HEADED fgHBHimlfgnBHHBHnRttnHHUtHHHnnfffi^^^*'**''' '*" COFF bugtr or U. Chase and Sanborn OneUmH 1C Nabitce Honey Graham Crackers '±35« Nabixe •aeon Thin Crackers '£35< Sunthin* Hydrex Sandwich Cookies V£49< Sunthin* HI-HO Crackers '± Tenderieef*bwtant Tea - 47* Instant Sanka Coffee BROOKS Chicken of the Sea TUNA 0 "" SNIPER'S CATSUP Ch* Sauce D- *«„ *• w aM Hot Dog Pfddei For Automotie Woih»n —- Home Loundry Site $4.69 Dash Detergent Camay — All Colon Toilet Soap Camay — All Colon Toilet Soap Ivory Toilet Soap Giant P.g. 771 Ivory Snow Joy — 32-oj. can 93c — 1I-e«. em ifi Liquid Suds Mr. Clewi — 28-o> btl, 69< Household Cleaner 4 E 27« 2JS*67< can 39« 39c 4th Howitzer Men Qualify on M-l and Carbine CAMP MCCOY, Wis. CSpedal) —Names of enlisted men of the 4th Howitzer Bntallion (SP) 14th Artillery, Army Reserve, who qualified with the M-t rifle and carbine, were announced today by battalion headquarters. The 14th will return Saturday to its home station (Alton-Wood River area). The following qualified on the M-l: Sgts. Jimmie L. Blake, George •R. Combs. Joseph E. Harris, Ronald V. Harris, Clifton E. Newcome, John A. Nottoli, Herbert L. Meyenburg, John G. Robertson, Arlyn R. Schwalb. Sp4s. Homer F. Brakhane, Kenneth W. Cook, Billy J. Fisher, Donald M. Hull, Robert A. Johnson, Donald E. Kruse, Rodger D. Lenhardt, Paul E. Lynn, i David R. Martin, William K. j Miller. Gerald A.'Stahlhut, Syl[van E. Thaxton, Joel L. Turner, I Dave T. Tyler.« Pfcs. Roy M. Brandenberg, Richard P. Brendle, James T. iDooley. Donald H. Fennell, William G. Mosser, Leonard G. Massa, Richard E. Munsterman, George J. Plagemann, Marlin D. Tuey, Lathy L. Yerkes. Those who qualified on the carbine were: M.Sgts. James C. Furlow, James H. Troy, James D. Tuey, S.Sgt. James B. Woody, Sgts. Freddie E. Cox, James Fulcher, ! Donald R. Kirkpatrick. Thomas G. Neumatin. Morris F. Tuey. ! Cpls. Francis E. Cunningham, ! Robert L. Evans, Virgil K. Neu! haus. Earl E. Richey, Lester F. jstrohmeier, Ronald L. Lawson, Hollis L. Ward, Norman D. Ward. Pfcs. John D. Atwood, John M. Autenrieb, Verlin E. Drda, Em- icry L. Monroe, John B. Mullen, i Thomas F. Opel, James H. D. Ringer, Gerald J. Schleper, Rob- jert L. Shanks. Pvts. Lucian R. Bums, Daniel S. Smith. ; Office in charge of fire was Lt. ; Roy E. Camerer, assisted by Lt. C. L. Rice. News of Area Men and Women i In Armed Forces \ I AUiMANKUNALUC. BOVEKIE,; son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo T. Bo-i i vcrie of 1163 Lorena, Wood River, [ '111., has completed his initial course of Air Force basic training iat Lackland AFB, Texas. He has j bet'ii selected to attend the technical course for airframe repair| man at Amarillo Air Force Base,! !Tex. j Airman Boverie is a graduate of Roxana High School. Basic airmen at Lackland are selected for specialized training at technical schools on the basis oi their interests and aptitudes. They are Yeassigned to the school after \ five weeks of basic training. At| the technical schools they are giv-' !.'ti additional military training | along with the technical instructs lions. Upon completion of special technical training at an Air Force Technical Training Center, airmen are assigned to operational units of the USAF Aerospace Force. ArmySp.6. HAROLD E. MEM-j ELEY, whose wife, Laura, lives at 1212 S. Prairie St., Greenfield, 111., is a member of the 59th Transportation Company in Wertheim, Germany. Specialist Memeley, a helicopter crew chief in the company in Wertheim. entered the Army in October 1948 and arrived overseas, on this tour of duty,' last March. The 29-year-old soldier is a 1949 graduate of Greenfield Community High School. His rmrents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Memeley, live at 708 S. Prairie St. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily When Wat Your PILLOW Sterilized Last? PILLOWS $1.19 August Specie/ Free Pick-Up and Delivery fOM.Mwy. HO 8-1877 HOLLOW Story HOW IT ALL BEGAN . . . SLEEPY HOLLOW MINERAL WATER is a natural spring water from the well-known old Indian watering place, Che- waukla Springs. It is located in a suburban area of Hot Springs. Arkansas, known as Sleepy Valley . . . The Indians called the springs "Chewaukla" meaning sleepy water because after drinking the water they experienced that invigorated feeling of well being which follows reposing sleep. The name "Chewaukla" and its meaning is based on a legendary story reputed to be the name of the Indian princess daughter of a famous chief who came here for recuperation as so many others of this ancient era. It is a matter of historical fact that this was a neutral area were all tribes were allowed to bring their feeble and sick ones to drink the mineral waters and bathe in the hot springs so long as they acted peacefully. HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS Hot Springs, Arkansas, nationally known famous spa and health resort. In this area are found the beneficial radio-active hot waters and many equally famous cold waters. Many Doctors Recommend Many doctors recommend natural miner&l springs water as an aid in the treatment and prevention of many body ailments. If there is any doubt about the diagnosis of a given case, then your physician should be consulted in order that he may direct the amount and uses of the water. Scientists and Research Physicians and scientists have demonstrated that there is a great deal of difference between natural and artificial waters. Artificial mineral water solutions with or without carbonic acid never attain the therapeutic value of natural mineral water either for internal or external use. ' «. Sleepy Hollow Water Is Tested Sleepy Hollow Mineral Water does not touch iron or copper pipes from the springs to the bottle and is tested periodically by the Arkansas Board of Health. Strict sanitary measures are carried out in spring and plant to maintain bacteria-free facilities as health certificates are required by our employes and daily sterilization procedures are carried out. Ask Your Physician While we do not claim that Sleepy Hollow Mineral Water is a cure-all, its natural minerals and gases have many beneficial qualities that some physicians recognize to be needed in specific cases. If you have any doubt as to the ability of your body to absorb certain natural minerals or the effect on your body's metabolism^ ask your physician's opinion on the following mineral analysis. Free Carbon Dioxide (CO2) (Silica (Slog) iron <Fe) MuuKttiiefce (Mn) ' Calcium (C'u) ftIttK(it)*luiii (Alg) Sodium & PohMttiuin (Ma K) Bicarbonate loo (HcOli) Chloride ion (Cl) Sullttt« luu (Ho) iSO p.n.m. 10.0 p.p.m. .87 p.p.m. 48 p.p.m. 4.80 U.p,iu. V.43 p.p.m. 4.28 (i.p.m. i4.«4 p.p.m. 3.U8 ii.p.m. 12.70 p.p.m. CASI OP 4—V SQfift PUii7Se IP«vV Deposit on MM EXCLUSIVE M ROSEDALE MARKET 921 AMlM Drive — letewooo' Htiflti DM CL 9-2M6 Frl*tey Till 9

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