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MONDAY, AUGUST 8, iwo 4LTUN SVENINQ TBLBJORAPH The Telegraph's Daily Radio Chart WLW (MBS) ttl ftO lime mi to to a 4: I; Let D. Oerdeft BMimn; w«ik « » Umbardo; N Oorm«; S; K Man en Oo World N 6-. Mort«a p. cewii jf D. ooraon N; ftortfee Qoreoa; N in t>en«e ft. Burnt! Bnrau; N N: Music MuolC D. oordoe S: aordee Gordon; If Amae-Andy M f» Music Beit The world N; RIcMrd K. Richtrl 3; Jenklni B. Jenkins N; Muile Music sign on ProgreM N: Jenkins B Jenkins N; Jenkins B. Jenkins N; Image Image Metronome N; Llppmaa Llppijtann N. R. Shop Record Shop N: R. Shop Record Shop r\i ft, Medora ecord Memoriae en^erlgg MemorlM: H N: Buck J. Buck N: R. TUESDAY ST. JOSEPH'S NVRSING CLASS OF 1960 Twenty-slx senior miming graduates were present- (center of back row), Award* to outstanding mem- JlltfJiTlVfMgBafe UMM*1jgi«>y em 4- «•••»•••••» all .1 .• M**^,^**-....**.! _a »4 «_ ^ m A*. _ • _ . _ _ .. ^ » _ . * * M - " « •••• 7 lIBBBl a i .u H. Ouotfeer H. Ounthtr N N; Gunther H. Ountner N H. Ounthtr N: Ountbcr H. Ountner N: Wilson Ed Wllep. *e a* N: WUMB Ed WU.O. »• M N: Wilson Ed Wilson »• st Op».ef N; Fan* Vogel Pans) N; » T. Dalle? N: Oalley T. Dadey N; D«l1ty T. Dalley N: Dalley Dalley: N Dr. Eberhardt Unity; Dee G. Central! H. Christian B'fast Club .. .. • 1 M N: Daiier T. DaUer N; Dalle* D.lley: ft N: WUKama 0. Williams Clockwatcker N; W R«x Dtrti aock-wjtdwr Rti Davis aockwatcbar *. N Clockwatcher i. N; Godfrer A. oedfrer .» tt N: Party Housepan? G. Moore Crosby-Clooeer 0. Newteau N: Newiome G. Newtome N; Nevrtoae O. Nawsom* N; Ntwtome O. Nawteffle N: Ntwaome O. N*»tome N; Ncwtome G. Ntwsome N: Nawcome G. Ntwsome N; Newtome G. Nawaome N: D«TU G. Darts N: Davis G. Davis N: Da via G. Davis N; Davis G. Darls N: DjW Bob Day N; Day Bob Day N; Day S: Day N: Day Bob Day N Bob Day « .» •« »• N: Walter H. Walter rello Quit R. Beatoe N: Beneea R. Beaaea •* •» M ft N: Time ctg. Time M. Gain** « «• «J M * W " - " - " -•»--••»• jr~ •+*•,*•*.'** *. ^ x, *. *• »r».,j| «^» W^»* • «^ T» / 9 *» ¥T BBVX WO •> W V •• If7 •.«!> 11 U I I ed diplomas Sunday at graduation ceremonies at St. bera of the class were also presented Sunday. Patrick's Church by Bishop William A. O'Connor 26 Nurses Receive Diplomas New Swimming Pool Opens Hollor Fo * ter Girl m , _, f » eii 1 uesday at bdwardsmlle A class of 26 senior nurses received diplomas durin? graduation ceremonies at St. Pal- .. ndav from B' h ! sou t neast section of op William A. O'Connor'^; j s scheduled for Tuesday, from; EDWARDSVILLE- The firsti swim for members of Mont-l claire Pool Association at the recently-c o m p 1 e t e d private! .wimininK pool located in the! Springfield. 1 to 9 p.m. . I Filling of the poo) began last N P'house Ptjr. » «t N: Party 'Phouse Pty. » m N; Burke J. Burke '• >» N; Burke J. Burke N; Farm Vogel F«na Th« World N; WJtt D. Witt N: Witt Witt; N D. Witt »• t* N: Witt Witt; N .9 W «? N. Witt Win; N Rex Davto .1 Mccormlck 2 Next Door Rt. to Hap'lneas Whispering Su. Ma Perkins Dr. Malone Mrs. Burton N: Seller Best Seller G. Williams N; Buck J. Buck t* f« N: G. N; G. N: B. N; B. N; B, N; B. N; B. N: K. Da via Da via Davit Davis Jenkins Jentnms Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Jenkins Richard N Parm-Mkt. A. Grace Club Newa N; Day Bob Daj B. Counter N: Palen '•«»•* •t •• N; PalM J. PtlM *• ee The outstanding R raduate of Fri ,— co^-riT fi,^ <» ^JSTS "* the 1960 class, selected by the!i nn «^,,< nmnn < :„ : _ ; In K rea l estate gales: FOSTERBURG. -Nancy Sue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rob— ,ert Wehrman. was honored at a ; party on her 8th birthday at her j home Friday afternoon. ; Twenty-eight children attend- jcd. Games were played and jprixes won by Zotia Mae Won'- jert. Beverly Poit\vood, Sandy The Harry F. Hemphill Agen- Porte1 '- Wa Kaye Gvillo. and Sales Listed MEDORA — Mr. and Mm. A. Warden Lang, East St. Louis, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Voorhewt. Mrs. Marie Turner has returned home from Tulsa. Okla.. where she was a guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hempen. The Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Golike and family, Ducor, Calif., and her sister. Miss Karen Roden, St. Paul, Minn., are visiting hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Go) Ike Sr. Miss Janle Rhine had as weekend guests Miss Pamela Roads, Carrollton, and Robert Ponrat and Jack Houston, Chicago Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor took their daughter, Sister Mary Leona. and her companion, Sister John Edward, to Springfield Saturday afternoon after a vacation visit here and at Shipman. Mi, and Mrs. Maurice Wilson and family and Ronnie Smith (returned home Friday evening fr/om a week at West Frankfort, III. The Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Summers had as guests Thursday Mrs. Earl McNear and daughter, Frances, of Ouatoga Bluffs, Mrs. Robert Moore and two children, Edgewood Terrace, Godfrey, and Frank Schofield. Eld red. Doris and Charles Gillespie, have returned to Rockbridge after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. ANNOUWOEM0CTS INSf mJCflvMI FLYING CLUi MW eCgailMlH. Here l« an opportotHty to 1MTA to ny at reasonable cost, inttraetm given by F*der«ny certified it- ttructor. for mformattM eaMact Rb«rt lucker. .tr. CL 4-1148. — Practical geare»ttme training. Tncladen maintenance, repair. tctenttfic motor wtw-an. ail phases of Me pay work, tf 17 to u , n oper . Schroeder. Mrs. was assisted mstructors.supervisors; an d atlon . AI(hoURh the ^ .^i Mr and Mrs. Glen K. B«llard;in^^inK refreshment,.by Mw head nurses of St. Joseph's Hos-j anf1 ' fa ,. iliH -,. i««.imu.» pital on the basis of nursine ability, leadership, generosity. loyalty, appearance and depend- of Cai-rollton sold the five room; Flo >' d Kruse. Mrs. George work yet remains to be done on'l brick home at 144 South 7th St • landscaping and grading of a | Wood River, to Mr. and Mm. ' parking lot. drew Corsere who formerly lived ; and Mrs. Orville Bier- Birthday Dinner 85, mechanically inclined, write for FREE boo* utilities Eaemeerm* institute. Dept. M CD Box 730. care MOTEL MANAGEMENT — MEN, WOMEN and COUPLES to train for MOTEL MANAGEMENT and OPERATION. Only ffiatafM Will be considered. Ate over 28 Write NATIONAL MOTEL TRAINING, Inc. Write Box 790, care Telegraph I? NKt f> WANTRD - MALI 7 MEN—20 to 40 for factory branch Mechanical experience helpful but not necessary. Salary H7.JO a weew. Permanent local wot* only call HO M2H for personal later- view. EXPERIENCED TRAPPtC MAN— Manager trainee, accountant, credit manager, engineers, dispatcher accountant. blDer-typlst. Other* to S600 month. American employment, 20S Piasa. NEEDED AT ONCE—5 men. Due to promotion we have S lobs opes Above average earnings. Must be 21 to 45 and have transportation. Call HO 5-42*1 for personal later- view. STEADY JOB — Salaried position plus rapid advance to profit sharing program Call HO 5-4241 for personal Interview. 11 HELP WANTED — FEMALE AUTOMATIC BOOKKEEPER I2SO. stenographer $300. blller-typut *50 week. Cashier, fry cook, waitress, nurses' aide. Others 1350 mo American Employment,. 205 Plata. Experienced Bookkeeper, Posting Ecuador has ended its tobac- P-bility. was Dorothy Ann Ser-j' Memb er S hip cards have bepn !at 145 10th St - Wood Riv ' er j FOSTERBURG - Randall! co monopoly, fas. Honorable mention went lo! rti - tr j hllt -j (n nnpm i™. f Hmi ii 0 J George Means has sold the'Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Oarn Mannim* Rnif TTllan r««^ . . mc "" Jel ~ UUI "" P! '!i,,,...,« =f nm r>/,«^i«^^ OA .» ham .1 rnrwlanrf time k nnn ».^ - , in the association, which now* ouse Coppinger Rd. to '' am J- Copeiand. was honored has an enrollment of nearlyj Mr - and Mrs ' p h illan dcr Reed.jSunday at a barbecue and din- ''00 families Means is now residing in Chi-! ne '' on the fawn of his home on " An open house and dedication' ca S° with hi " son "* daughter-!Harris ^™ to mark his 8th Clara Margaret Reif. Ellen Carole Bergfield. Juanita C. Sackman and Jeanne Alice Wilson. Clara Margaret Reif was honored as being the best bedside nurse. Honorable mention for this was given to Dorothy Ann Serfas. Ellen Carole Bergfield and Walter C. Walker. Miss Serfas is the daughter of said swimming will be extend-] John c - Matthews. Joe Kirsch. Walter Gillespie is| Dental" AsStant or> Typlst now at the Kirsch home. Mrs. Leita Gourley, Glasgow, is visiting; her daughter Mrs. Roy Whited. GREATER ALTON EMPLOYMENT __S03 COMM BLDG. 205 W. 3RD BABYSITTER wanted. ~2 schooPage White preferred. DU ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES ceremony is being planned next Sunday, preceding a sched- Mr. and Mrs. Vivian E. birthday. ' Means. Present also were the Rev. uled s\vim from 1:45 to 9 p.m. Mr - and Mrs. Harold Schreiber and Mrs. Loirell Kcnnett and Because of delays in opening, sold their brick nomc al ^205| tw o sons of Stanton, Ky.; Mrs. ithe pool, association of ficers i Humbert St. to Mr. and Mrs. ] Dean Copeland and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Terry and fam- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Serfas, ed into September and "as longi Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Schueler! ily - Mr - and Mrs - Duane Cope- Granite City, and Miss Reif is|as weather permits" after re-j purchased three lots on Buena| land and dau R"ter and Mr. and I the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j opening of schools for the fall'Vista and Hollywood avenues, Mrs - Thomas Harris and family N: Burke J. BurKe Burke; N N: Oordoa. D. Gordon N; Gordon Gordon: N N; Buck J. Buck Fan In Stands Interview N: Richard K. Richard N; Richard K. Ricaard N: Palen J. Palen TV digest with Joh»j N. Jones KTVl (ABC) t, KMOX (CUB) 4, KSD (NBC) I, KPLB U CBS - SPECIAL REPORT: "What Can We Do About Cuba?" a CBS-TV News special report on the unrest in Cuba, its causes, and what the United States can do about it. will be presented on CBS Thursday, Aug. 18th. CBS News Correspondent Charles Kuralt is anchorman. "STAGECOACH WEST" ON ABC: "Stagecoach West," new western series about the stage lines between Tipton, Mo., and San Francisco, will debut on Tuesday, October 4 in the 8 to 9 p.m. time spot. Series will star Wayne Rogers, Robert Bray and Richard Eyer. Series is filmed by Four Star. ALL-STAR FOOTBALL ON ABC FRIDAY: Ray Scon, RUBS Hodges, Jack Drees and George Connor have been signed to handle the commentary on the exclusive ABC-TV and ABC Radio broadcasts of the "College All-Star Football Game", Friday, Aug. 12 from Soldier Field, Chicago- Channel 2 will carry the game beginning at 9 p.m. The 27th annual contest pits a squad of 1960 college graduates against the National Football League champion Baltimore Colts. BoU face denote* Ufbliflit— (B) repeat*. MONDAY EVENING 6:00— (2) Quick Draw McGraw (4) News: Spencer Allen (5) New*: John Roedel 6:JO-(4) Weather: Fontaine (5) Weather: Armand 6:15—(4) CBS News: Cronkite (5) Sports: Ingham 6:25—(5) Spotlight With Nancy 6:30—(2> Cheyenne: Bodie incurs the wrath of rival ranch owners when he signs on as foreman of Moon Mesa ranch in "Prisoner of Moon Mesa". (R) (4) Charlie Farrell Show: Farrell receives a number of love letters from an unknown admirer and mistakenly assumes that they came from a lady guest in "Secret Love". (5) Rjverboat: (11) Bold Journey: "Sailors from Formosa" 7:00-(4) The Texan: Search for a wartime buddy involves Longley in a cattle feud and divides a town. (R) (11) D o n Cunningham Show 7:30-12) Bourbon Street Beat: "Girl Trouble" tells of a young woman accused of homicide and the investigation by the sleuths to prove her innocence, Carol Kelly, Faith Domeroue. (R) (4) Father Knows Best: Because she looks like a movie star Betty wins a trip to Hollywood. (R) (5) Wells Fargo (11) Movie: Van Heflin, Susan Hayward: "Tap Roots" (1948) Drama of a band of men who conduct a campaign against the Confederate Army. 8:00-(4) Celebrity Talent Scouts: Hoagy Carmichael, Johnny Canon, Teresa Brewer, guest scouts. (5) Peter Guru: 8:30-(2) Adventures in Paradise: Troy leads an Australian cattle roundup after surviving a brutal beating in "Whip Fight". (R) (4) -Spike Jones Show: Bud and Travis, folk singers, guests. (5) Theatre: 9:00—(4) New Comedy Showcase: Johnny Carson and Marie Windsor star in "Johnny Come Lately", comedy of a newscaster who poses as a sailor to get a story. (5) Esther WflUaiu atC?- pree* Garden*: (Cole*.Special): •ear taped program. 9:30-(2) Ted Mack Amateurs (4) June Allyson Show: Italian star Rossano Brazzi appears in the role of a husband who plans to dispose of his wealthy wife in order to marry a young girl in "Slip ot the Tongue". Virginia Grey, Jean Ingram. (R) (11) News, Bowling, Weather 10:00-(2) Manhunt (4) News: Spencer Allen (5) This Man Dawson (11) Movie: Franchot Tone, Joan Bennett, Eve Arden: "She Knew All The Answers" (1941) Story of the ups and downs of a beautiful chorus girl who attempts to marry a millionaire playboy. 10:10-(4) Weather: Fontaine 10:15-(4) Eye On St. Louis 10:30—(2) Movie: Frank Sinatra, Nancy Gates: "Suddenly" (1954) Sinatra portrays an assassin hired to kill the President of the United States in a small town called Suddenly. ( 4) Movie: Vivien Leigh, Robert Taylor: "Waterloo Bridge" (1940) Romantic drama of a young English ballerina in love with an American soldier. (5) News, Sports, Weather 10:45-(5) Jack Paar Show Elmer Reif, Carrollton. Both'term, nurses will be employed on thej faculty of the School of Nursing. The Rev. Father James T O'Connor, assistant pastor of St. Patrick's Church, was master of ceremonies. 6 EdwardsviUe Area Residents Enter Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Six area iMelvin B. I Family Reunion ! FOSTERBURG — Mr«. Lola Memorial The log cabin which saw the birth of Abraham Lincoln mayj be seen in a stately granite me-j street mortal building on the Lincoln i EDWARDSVILLE — Six area, farm near Hodgenville. Ky. |residents were admitted" to St.! Nigeria may become one of the Joseph's Hospital, Highland, i first 10 world oil producers in the during the past weekend, and; next 10 years, a Shell Oil official! nine patients were discharged. fi-om Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Alois O. Schweg-jHarris was honored by-ber par- el sold their five room brick ients, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Go- home located at 3000 Shady PI. Hike Sr.. with a birthday dinner to Mrs. Marion M. Burns of Park a* their Medora home Sunday. Ridge. ; Other guests of honor were the In Brighton, Mr. and Mrs.'Rev. and Mrs. Glen Golike and George T. Leighty purchased the j two sons of Duroc, Calif., and ten-room home of Mr. and Mrs. jMiss Judy Roden of St. Paul, Eldon L. Baker on North Main Minn. NOTICE OF CLArM DATE Notice Is hereby given to all per sons that the first Monday in Sep tember. 1960, Is the Claim Date I the estate of KATHRYN E. BERN ER, Deceased, pending tn the Pro bate Court of Madison County, nil nols, and that claims may be fllec against the said estate on or befor said date without issuance of sum mons. Dated this 27th day of July JOHN A. BERNER. »~ . Execute Attest: DALE HILT, Probate Clerk. SCHAEFER O'NEILL. Attorney. Aug. 1. 8. 1! sald " 11:30-(U) Bedtime Stories: Scon Brady stars hi "Wonderful Day for a Wedding". U:00-<5) (11) News 12:05-(2) Newg (S) Night Court 12:10-(3) Home Digest 12:15-(a) I Spy 12:20-(4) Movie: Loi-etta Young: (4) Video Village (5) Play Your Hunch 10:00— (4) I Love Lucy (5) Price Is Right (Color) 10:30— (2) Topper (4> Clear Horizon (5.1 Concentration 11:00—(2) Janet Dean. R.N. (4) Love of Life (5) Truth or Consequences ll:30-<2) Coffee Break (4) Search for Tomorrow (5) It Could Be You (Color) ll:45-(4i Guiding Light 11:55—(2i News: Hayward (11) Morning Chapel Noon—(2) Restless Gun (4) News-Weather Beat (5) Charlotte Peters (11) Cartoons 12:05— (4) People's Choice 12:30-(2) Love That Bob (4) As The World Turns 12:50—(11) News: Ken Daust l:00-(2) About Faces (4) Full Circle (5) Queen for a Day (11) Movie: Ingrid Bergman, Leslie Howard: "Intermezzo" (1339) Great violinist has his happy marriage imperiled when he falls in love ulth his daughter's piano teacher. 1:30~<2) Susie (41, House Party Loretta Young Theater Admitted were: Louis Brock, Rt. 4; Elmer Schipkowski, Rt. 3; Donald Force, 958 Hiilsboro; Mrs. Hazel Scates, Rt. 4; Mrs. Mary Vadalabene, 64 Circle Dr.; Mrs. Lynita Hartley, Rt. 4. i all lined-up for Discharged were: Mrs. OtheJ-jemergency mission Body BeforeVolunt Corps Others present were: Robert, i Joyce, Lois. Ann, and Donald [Harris, Miss Judy Green, David jGolike. and the Rev. and Mrs. 'Robert Golike Jr. and four children of the Central African Re jn Fosterburg 'while on furlough. FoBterburg Xotea FOSTERBURG — Mr. and lo Ferrari and daughter, 7 St. Andrew's Place; Parris Weber, Rt. 2; Mrs. May Helmich, Rt. 3; Mrs. Emma Rozum, 327 "M" With their rescue equipment j Mrs. Joe Wehrman and five chil- drowningidren have returned from a week to Two Jin a resort at Boulder Junction, Branch Island, in the Mississippi River, 18 miles north of St. Charles, Mo., members of the Alton Volunteer Emergency St.; Charles Modene, Rt. 4; Mrs. i were headed off by a canceling Lena Longwich, 1409 Randle; j radio message just as they were Mrs. Esther Delhanty. 247 South | ready to move off at 5 p.m. of his Kansas; Mrs. Cora Landers. 314) Sunday. j Bright Locust; Mrs. Mary King, 1138 Senlces of the AVEC had- "~ Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Yancey and son visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bradshaw and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wag- poner. They wer edinner guests of his father. Charles Yancey, of ' Prickett. Inspections By Firemen Under Way | been asked by St. Charles Coun- i ty authorities following a drown- |ing which cost the life of Ken- I neth J. Boschert. 24. a St. Louis firemen. Officers of the Corps called out a group of members, | and were ready to leave, 25 minutes later, when word was received through the Alton police department from the St. Charles fire company No. 3 this morning began inspection of homes. He said the company began at State and Delmar streets and inspected the homes in the immediate North Alton area. He said the i ^ 0rpS "! 1 ! n Per We tutftlJ wingUfcleW* and «nJcfcly> LYONS Olwi Of* MM Bella. JHfJ HO owest Double Bail* Stamps Aid Your Doctor to Call Ug We Dative*. U "Truth About Youth" Drama 12:35~(5) Weather Report 12:45-(2) Daily Word 1:30~(4) Late News Roundup l:35-(4) Give Ug Thig Day TUUiUAY, AUGUST • 5:40~<4) Give Ug This Day 5:45-(4) News: Tom Brooks 6:00-(4) Town 'n Counti-y 6:3ft-(4) P.S. 4: "How to Write and Speak". 7:00— (4) Morning St. Louig, Nfws-Weajther 7:05, 7:20, 7:45. (9) Today: Newscasts «t 'T:25 and 8:'J5 a.m. 8iQ»W(9) Camera Two (4) News: Grimsby |;lfr-(3) Cartoon Time (4) ' Capt. Kangaroo 8;QQ-l2) Jack UUnne Show (4) December Bi'ide (5J Dougli-Re-Mi 2:00—(2) Day in Court (4) Millionaire (5) Young Dr. Malone 2:30—(2) Gale Storm Show (4) Verdict Is Yours (5) From These Roots (11) Mickey Rooney 3:00-(2) Beat The Clock (4) Brighter Day (5) The Thin Man (11) Wild Bill Hickok 3:15— (41 Secret Storm 3:30-(2) Who Do You Trust? (4) Edge of Night (5) Buckskin 3:45-111) Capt. ll's Showboat 4:00-12) American Bandstand (4) SS Popeye (5) You Asked For It 4:30-(4) Movie: Pat O'Brien, Wayne Morris, Joan Blonde)), Jane Wymait: "Kid Frog) Kokomo" (1939) A farm lad with dynamite in Us fists turn* boxer. (5) LUeof then worked south on State street. The company began at 9 a.m. and was to stop at 11 a.m. and then resume from 1-3 p.m. Lewis reported one fire over the weekend. He said the carburetor flashed on the automobile belonging to Claud McAllister, Cairo, HI., at the' intersection of 6th and Central avenue Saturday at 8:23 p.m. Fire com pany No. 2 answered the call VFW Auxiliary to Host Seuior Citizens Senior Citizens Club, sponsoret by the YWCA, will be guests o! VFW Auxiliary 1308 Sunday Aug. 14 tor a fish fry and picnic on Piaaa Island at the sunuuei cottage of William Henderson. Club members will leave the YWCA at 1 p.m. by car. From the boat landing, 0. C. K. Hutch- been recovered. Meantime, the sheriff's office had advised that a guide would be waiting to meet the Alton the intersection of Route 94 and St. Charles County "B" highway. The St. Louis man was reported to have been wading with a friend when he went over a step- off into deep water. His wife witnessed the incident, and was so grief stricken she was removed U> a hospital for emergency care. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stillwell and daughter, Junie Ann. have returned from a week in Ft. Morgan, Colo., where they visited her maternal grandparents. They were accompanied by Mrs. Stillwell's mother. Mrs. Opal Duncan of Alton. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Whitesidp entertained Miss Claudia Leady, a niece, from Chicago, and Mrs. Whiteside's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hargiss and three daughters of Joliet Sunday. They are visiting other relatives in the vicinity this week. Mrs. Lorrell Kennett and sons of Stanton, Ky.. who have been visiting relatives here the past two weeks, was joined here by her husband over the weekend and they left Sunday evening to visit his grandparents in Cape Girardeau. Mo., before return- Ing to Kentucky. ORDINANCE NO. 322 AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO ORDIN ANCE NO. 279 REGULATING TRAFFIC IN THE VILLAGE OF BETHALTO BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD O TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE O BETHALTO, ILLINOIS: SECTION I: That Ordinance Ni. 279 Regulating Traffic in the VIL LAGE OF BETHALTO. passed an approved by the President an Board of Trustees of the VILLAG OF BETHALTO December 5. 1953 be and the same hereby Is amende in the following respects: SECTION 2: That SECTION 4 o said Ordinance {Paragraph A— THROUGH STREETS) b? amended by adding to the list of through Streets at which all vehicles shal stop before entering or crossing as follows: West Carbon Street from Grant Street West to the New City Limits. Second length. Street for Its entire SECTION 3 That there shall be added to SECTION 4 (B)—STOP INTERSECTIONS, at Whlchell v£ nicies shall stop before entering the Intersection when approaching as follows: Going South on West Drive at Strohbeck Street. Going West on Second Street at Old Bethalto Road. PASSED August 1, 1960. APPROVED August I, I960. ERWIN PLEGGE, President of the A Board of Directors WM. DOERR. Village Clerk. children. 4-3981. __ ___ _ CASH PROFITS tcTfdor.. plus CASH BONUS from amazing aaw SOUTHERN BEAUTY Christmas Cards. LUSTRECOLOR name - Imprinted cards, other money-makers. Samples sent on approval. FREE sample Album. FREE promptness gift. Write SOUTHERN. 478 N. Hollywood. Dept. 717, Memphis. Tenn. iMrnlnas. Call AVON. HO 2-4278. WAITRESS — Experienced. References required. No phone calls. 3 p.m. - II p.m. Norslde Sweet Shop. 2318 State. ____ _ WANTED'— Middle-aged lady In good health to care for Invalid man: stay on the place, 5 days a/ CL 4-5892. ____ ______ WANTED— Waitress and dish washer. Apply In person. Dick's Fine Food. 4«0_E. Broadway. _ WANTED--Whlte iady~~to care for year-old child 3 days a week in my home; must have references. HO 5-4388. W HELP WTD.—Male » Female TOY DEMONSTRATORS—Earn extra Christmas money showing toy* and games. TOY CHEST. No Investment, collection or deliveries. Car necessary. Box 740. care Telegraph. WANTED — Construction estimator. Industrial engineer, managerial trainee, automotive bookkeeper, collector, stenographer - bookkeeper, saleslady, cook, waitress, part time, house mother, factory laborers. Age 45 to 55. Apply In person, Illinois State Employment Service. 87 Henry. Alton. SALESMEN MAN to distribute national product this area: married, high school. Good work record. See Mr. Golln Veaux, Tuesday p.m.. 7 to 9. Lewis Clark Motel, or Wed.. 8 to t a.m. JPhone CL 4-3831. MEN (S) not a/raid to" work, to h«ip on food route. 12.00 - $2.50 hour. Must be neat. EVergreen 5-5535. PART "'•' TIME SALESMAN—3 evenings, plus Saturday. *40. Married with car. DU 4-1178. RETAIL SALES ROUTE—25 to 30. Car. high school. $130 while learning route. Phone 3575. Edwarals- vllle for interview. ALES -TRAINEE — 21 to SB. Car. $90 weekly while training. See Mr. Fred, Thursday, 1 to 2 p.m. Illinois State Employment, Alton. JJ SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALE WILL BABY SIT in my home. Best of references, best of care. State Icense. HO 2-8935. FINANCIAL 3 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIB1 ROCERY STORE—including gtoek and fixture*. For lease or eala. 809 W. Delmar. Alton. IN MEMOHIAM ERVIN C. CLEVELAND—We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our friends and neighbors, the pallbearers, min- uter, organist and soloist for their kindness and sympathy shown dur- l ?* 11 °ur wcent bereavement. Especially those who sent food, flowers and cards. Anyone who assisted In any and every way. JWife, Son. >ERBONAt3~ Service Station for l*il*> Well established, high gallon*** major station In Alton. HO B.21W. BUSINESS SERVICE BUS. ANNOUNCI ACCOMMODATIONS ALL AREAS HAMPSEY'S SEWER SERVICE HO 5-1012 — CL 4-0513 24 hour service. Work guaranteed. Insured. We clean, Install, repair sewers, septic tanks, caaapools, Field drains. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS - Help for the problem drinker. P.O. Box ~ - Alton. HO M237, HO 5:00-(2) Rocky and His Friends (5) WnmgJer's Club: Firat 15 minutes in color. <U> Sgt. Preston 5:3f>-(2) News: Hayward (11) Suspensevjjie 5:40~(2) Weather: Hayward 5:45-(2) Cartoon Time (5) Hutitley-Brinkley News ttl) ' inson will take them to the island on his eruisar. HUBCAP* Pilfering incidents of the weekend, according to polio* report*, included two theft* of hubcap*. Herman Cortesi of Benld reported at 4 a.m. today that four hubcaps had been taken from bis car parked on the Owens-Illinois parking lot George Sons of IQOTH &-Faurta St. discovered Sunday forenoon that two hubcaps had been filched overnight from his car uetu' big re*i(ieiu». Treated After Shock by Electrw Drill Powers' Parents Eii Houte to Moscow RICHMOND, Va., <AP> — The \\oiTied parents of U2 pilot Fri cis Gary Powers are en route (o ! W 'shington for final talks with i government officials before they Lewis Oden, 35, of 827 Central I fl y to Moscow for the spy trial _ PA8T«yjSALE« SS - ATTENTION! Home owners, place your furnace cleaning order NOW. Benefit from our economy rale. CL 4-9450 — CL 44717. FURNACE CARE CO. OP ILLINOIS BOTTLE GAS HOOKU bpttiegas •Qulpmeat aid » SOCIETIES aa* LbooiT — Brown Labrador retriever. female, named "Boots," Baltraat- Ei««n area. Reward. HO CARPET— First quality, low erlce. 1MO patterni. Wool. Nylon, Aerol«n. Free estimates. Select from samples or large rolls from wholesale house. Madison County Carpet. Atlantic Edwardsvllle, CA R>ET III. Ave., was given emergency treatment at St. Joseph's Hospi tal Sunday after an accident in which he was apparently shocked by an electric drill. Police and ambulance answered a radio call from Henry Jones, 603 Pearl St., a driver for Haper's Towing Service. Jones used the radio in his truck to •cuort that there was an uncon- man in the yard at the BJ«ek Hawk dub at Blair avenue and Eastern street. Oden had been working on an lactrical job at the club when 10- was ihocktd into of their son. For Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Powers o/ Pound, Va., the journey bn,'un Sunday when, all but unnoticed, they flew into Richmond to spend the night in seclusion at the home of a friend. With their son's wife, Barbara Powers, they plan to leave New York by plane Thumloy to attend the espionage trial net tor Aug. 17. The younger Powers U2 recon- plane was downed over apparently by the drill to wing. H* regaiMd COD- neBs before the ambulance arrived, and w« ukjn to the novpital for emergency r a l°t i ff L d Ue»t- the Soviet Union on May 1. If convicted on the «py charges, he could be executed. Hii father, a shoemaker in Norton, Va., said he won't abandon rope even if the Kovlei court nands down "an adverse verdict." in that case, said U'- elder Powers, "I would expect the State De- (wrUueul to step in nod LOST — Female Brighton-Posterburg area. Rewa Howard Lewis. HO 2-7035. beagieT Godfrey rd. LOST bound. In Wood ti River; Beagle .Female, .black, tan and white. 6 years old CL' 4-13JO. II NOTICES A RET— Firsr qualVty. low i860 patterns. Wool, Nylon. Ian. Free estimates. Select from simple* or large rolls from Wholesale Houte. MADISON COUNTY CARPET R. 4. Edwardsvllle. 1U. ATIantlc 1-7871 ALL KINDS of key* made. Tumblers changed, cart opaaaa. Minnows, worm*, tin. picnic euppiiai. Bella §«••••'»•« •?* $l!sS»-18i §;"; street Salt _.., „. St. Phone HO j-i BULK" WEDDIN —White cups, spoons, punch PU DO' PAPER PLATES print napkin*. ... „ BAXTER DJST 854 E. Broadway. > RIEO APE. . _. stlc fork* ' rental; >las and 1m- 50347 GUTTERING Spouting. Furnace Repairs Free) **. Unvatet. WHJTB T 8 TW SHOP^HO gad I AWN MOWERS Spring, LAWK MOWERS powei UWN NOTICE — From ihU 4w f< e fpr any Of^*oMUra«t«! l 1 ftnyo&6 other tlmn myiu Dated this 9th day of August, 11 T. C. Armstenl, u luuivae 9- BRWM couplers,. ROOF—Sforrn damage; eiti. All MAKES Complete itook Toro Kut Kwtak atowerg, garden tiller*. U«e4 STOIIS TIAE am c»uage. POWW LAN REPAIRS

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