Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 26
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July 25, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

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-V ?-\ , 3 f 'jj.: 1 IMURSBAYr , 1943 ALTON tJVBMINQ TELEGRAPH To Unit 7 t . A a»*.jt- it^fidw«WsV,ffle ^flam^to'thibontd _ - to **piaee Robert §ehae!- f& who resigned July 1,' •He will serve until next April Wieti ah election will be held ta wleot a' member to complete SChaeffet'8 ctoe-year unexpired ! The selection of Enloe was made Wednesday evening by a unanim- board of education 61 ojr nuuau. , • \ v-i if«e Hve| 8P S3? Hlckofy St, He Is etril>lo3|d fis an engme%t It the MdeW GJ. at ivlth Wl } )hlo, wit' .„ „- . v . , wtio ^cslgtied to move CleWlfttid, on the , ' serving W ird, 11 ». T sixth $ 'ear Michigan's largest • auto making, , foljqiwed > by forestry and the totiristry flfid resort IhduBUy w ,, Hearing Delayed NASMVtLLfc, feim. (AP)-The pre-trial helHfig of Teamster President Parties ft. Hoffa in U.S. blstfict Court Wednesday toasde* layed by a balky closet dflof. ( The stuck door defied the belt efforts of a husky U.S. marshal, several bailiffs and numerous attorneys. While the government sent for a carpenter) Moffa removed his left shoe.aHd flailed away at the hinges. Judge (Yank Grey called a recess, until the carpenter broke Spert the door. 'The closet contained the. defense attorneys', briefcases. Slated For Weekend at Brighton BMoHfoN - the annual Betsey Ann picnic, complete with a Ull compllhient of carnival rides, is Scheduled for Friday and Sat urday at Betsey Ann Park. While the carnival fides Will be the eye-cfttcher, designed for both profit and atmOspherey the traditional attractions, as in the past, will include homemade baked goods and burgoo soup. In connection with the food stand) which traditionally has of. fered home-cooked ^goods, mem- YOUNG BELTSVILLE 6 TO 9 LBS. (ROTISSERIZE OUTSIDE) ™*tv D REDEEM'YOUR 7c COUNTRY CORNFLAKES COUPONS HERE! "FOOD" Pennant Thick Siloed BACON 2 Ground Beef WIENERS . . 3 *•*!" PORK SAUSAGE..4 S1.00 MORRELfS CHIPPEDBEEF....3 89c pipEm.. BOOK MATCHES .. Charcoal LIGHTER.. 20 REG. 2/43e TAYSTEE-tlP TOP COLONIAL LIMIT 3 LOAVES WITH $10.00 OR MORE PURCHASE excluding cigarettes and ' sale turkeys A-G BLENDED ICE TEA SHASTA 12 Oz. Cons . NESTLES CHOCOLATE STORTENING DELICIOUS! ¥2 GALLON TUNA. «C hunk Style CATSUP"""" CRISP POTATO CHIPS MAULL'S BARBECUE SAUCE.. '•« " v * ', .- . '' ' >*-. ,. .-5i Pi ; %*vs w 20 Ox. $ <f 00 Btls. 1 Family Size SMUCKER'S STRAWBERRY PRESERVES • • "• ' «A Nabisco \ ' •>, ' Hydrox - 49c CRACKERS > 3ic 1 59< fBBHf^ ^^wiB^^^ WITH $1,50 OR MORE PURCHASE HOME GROWN TOMATOES CALIFORNIA PLUMS, GRAP&S OR NECTARINES CANTALOUPES DOZ. HOMCQROWN: bers df the picnic committee report great difficulty in obtaining sufficient pies. Cakes are easy to come by, members of the committee report, but few appear to be spoiling for a Chance to bake pies. The reason, according to committee members: A cake bakes in 25 minutes in a 350-degree oven; a pie takes an hour in a 450-degree oven. However,; some have volunteered pies and the committee Is striving to Induce others to do likewise. The current picnic will be the 58th such event — or maybe the 59th. The exact number of preced- ng picnics cannot be established without elaborate research.'. Al- hough there are numerous residents who were on hand for the irst one, they differ as to the >recise year, but all agree that he picnic consisted of a base- jail game and a sale of burgoo soup* They recall with satisfac- lon that the baseball game was jlayed by a team from Brighton and a team from "Alton and the Jrightonians won. The picnic Is staged annually to Inance the Betsey Ann Fire Department, which augments the local municipal department and Is used to make fire runs into the country. In addition* the picnic association has/bought the park site and proceeds this. year are expected to' pay l the last of the ndebtedness. '.<• , At Nursing Home BRIGHTON — ..Mrs. Nettle Schlief is residing at Mather-Yinger Nursing Home in Alton while recovering from recent major surgery. When she has fully recuperated, she will return to Brigh- Upper Alton Unit Of ttometnakers Installs Officers The Upper Alton Nite Unit of the Madison County Home- tnakefs Extension installed officers at a picnic Wednesday at the Westerner Club. Mrs. Ralph Gulp, former county president acted as installing officer. Mrs. William Hawkins Jr., was installed as chairman; Mrs. Phyllis Carter, second vice chairman; Mrs. Gerald Jenner, secretary; and Mrs. Ralph Bruce, treasurer. Mrs. Noble Tolley, first vice chairman was unable to attend. , Mrs. Carlton-Zeigler, a member of the club, spoke on the topic, "Good Care Means Long, er Wear." Members p£i,the Rosewood 4-H Club modeled the dresses that .they will enter in the county fair competition. UNWANTED CATCH KEY WEST, Fla (AP) — Gainey Maxwell's fishing technique is for the birds, i , The Key West fishing guide baited a hook for a customer and cast toward a school of tarpon. Before the bait reached the water, a pelican swooped down and took It. Firmly snagged, the big bird was landed, relieved of the hook and released. ton. She was a patient for more than a month at Alton Memoria Hospital. Would Lift Restriction On Si-State fel-State Development Agency's ransit system Would be permanently exempted from regulation by the Interstate Commerce Act under bills introduced this week n United States Senate and louse. The bill was Introduced In the Mouse Tuesday by ftef». Metvlri Price and in the Senate Wednesday by Senators Everett M. Dirksen and Paul H. ttouglas of Illinois and fcdward V. Long and Stuart Symington of Missouri. Bi-State is now temporarily exempt from ICC regulation, according to Senator Long. 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