ALTON TEtJ;<3flA£if DON'T FORGET! ^V& ^*^.WJ^;wi«>w^*^^<W..^««!l«^a.<*^!^(W>».w*•^^^*^^^v l ^^?ftv ~* * TAKE YOUR TELEGRAPH ALONG THIS YEAR'S VACATION TRIP! ARRANGE FOR A VACATION SUBSCRIPTION TO THE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH AT REDUCED RATES! CLIP COUPON BELOW It will follow you anywhere to keep you "in the know" while you're on the go! Reduced Rates Through Sept. 15 Only! • 1 week . , . 50c 3 weeks .... 2 weeks .... $1.00 4 weeks .... U.S. and Possessions. Please send the Alton Evening Telegraph while I am on vacation. Vacation Subscription Rates good through Sept. 15 only. Rates apply to United States and possessions. Starting Date Last Copy To Be Mailed My Name (please print) Vacation Address City State have enclosed for. week's subscription (amount) (number) Mail to: Alton Evening Telegraph, c/o Vacation Alton, III. Cardinals' Pre«§eason Games on TV ST. LOUIS - the first of four pre-season games of the St. Louis Football Cardinals will be aired on KMOX-TV beginning Sunday Aug. 18, 2 p.m., according to a joint announcement today from Gene Wilkey, Vice President, CBS Television Stations, and Genera' Manager of Channel 4, William V. Bidwill, Vice President, St Louis Football Cardinals, am George P. Holtmann, Director o; Advertising, Falstaff Brewing Corporation, a major sponsor o] (.he football broadcasts. , Hie opening gamo puts The Big Red against the Sun Francisco '49crs, It will be video taped In Salt Lake City two days prior to the Aug. 18 airing on KiM OX-TV. The three other NFL pre-season games on the station Include: Sunday, Aug. 25, 2 p.m. — The Big Red vs. Detroit Lions. Game played at Omaha, Nebr., Aug. 24. Sunday, Sept. 1, 2 p.m. — The Big Red vs. Chicago Bears. Game played Aug. 31 at Chicago. Saturday, Sept. 7, 1:30 p.m. — The Big Red vs. Minnesota Vikings. Game played In St. Louis Sept. 6 for the Cardinal Glennon Memorial Fund. Play-by-play will be handled by Jack Drees and Frank Glieber. Drees, nationally-known sports broadcaster and television voice of the Big Red during the regular- season games, will call plays on Aug. 18 and Sept. 1. Glieber, broadcaster of trie regular-season games of the Dallas Cowboys, will be heard Aug. 25 and Sept. 8. Bill Fischer, former All-American and All-Pro Tackle, will provide color on all four games. Producer-director for the preseason broadcasts will be Hugh "Moe" Woolsey, KMOX-TV's production manager. Peterinan Assumes Aid Commission Post .SPRINGFIELD, HI. (AP) Mark A. Peterrnan of Springfield began work today for the Illinois Public Aid Department as a liaison man with the state school superintendent's office. Peterman, 64, formerly headed the division of health, physical education and safety in the superintendent's office. He also is a former high school basketball coach. His. duties will involve a state- federal program for vocational aand educational training of relief recipients. His salary will be $580-$700 a month. East Alton Levy to Be $268,950 ANNOUNCEMENTS r - ALTON.--A tax levy ordinance totaling $268,950, whidi Is $46,577.16 higher than last year, was given Its first reading Tuesday night at Village Hall. The ordinance will be for the fiscal year May 1, 1963, to April 30, 1064. Last year's tax levy totaled $222,372.84. Hikes appeared in most funds, with the largest increase shown In the Police Department, where another patrolman was hired since last year. The Police Department's levy was $16,930 higher than last year's levy of $32,709. A levy of $9,000 for Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund was not included in last year's tax levy ordinance. Levies for the general and related funds, with last year's levies in parenthesis, are: salaries of village officials, $19,426 ($13,344.60; street and alley department, $1,689 ($1.320); police department, $49,729 ($32,799); village sewer department, $7,680 ($3,300); public buildings, $13,439 ($11,175); fire department No. 1, $3,840 ($3,000); general administration, $10,865 ($11,175); light fund, $7,680 ($7,111.40); and general election, $652 ($1,200). Special tax fund levies and last year's in parenthesis are: garbage, $27,500 ($23,650); playground and recreation, $16,000 ($13,529); public benefit, .none ($500); street and bridge, $19,750 ($17,650); public library, $23,000 ($19,188); special fund No. 2, (repeat) special fire fund No. 2, $26,200 ($25,414); Illinois Municipal Retirement, $9,000 (none); civil defense, $5,000 ($3,456); community building, $22,500 ($20,485.84); firemen's pension fund, $3,000 ($3,000); and police pension fund, $2,000 ($1,500), The village attorney was authorized to revise village ordinances to insert clauses for careless driving and specify that fences with hazardous toppings be six feet high. Accident Ruled In Death of St. Louis Boy EDDYVILLE, "III. , W» - Pope County Coroner Leslie Wardrop said today a coroner's jury has ruled as accidental the fatal shoot- ng of a vacationing St. Louis boy. Robert Seep, 12, died Monday if a shotgun blast while visiting i companion, Eugene Courtney, at a farm owned by Courtney's randparents. Courtney was holding the' weapon when it discharged, Wardrup I said. ; » hersby «Jy sons that ths First M tomberB 1963, .UJ the eitate of JOEL Deceased, ponding in court of Mad'* 0 " c £ and that claims may be the said estate on or date without .lisuancB of me Attest! Administrator, DALE HItT, By: Attorneys Victor S. Moseta. PROrATroNAW|«£^ Starting salary $400 per ™? nm : ye't'ss. B Cltlze V n of U.S. Resident of Alton. High school graduate or equl?aleStfllllnol» driver's lloense. Good credit rating. Minimum height. 5'8"; maximum. fl'4". Minimum weight, 148 Ib.i maximum, 235 Ib. Vision not Impaired more than 20/100, corectable to 20/20. Secure application from Civil Service Office, Room 204A, Alton City Hall, between II n.iti. and 3 p.m., Monday, Wednesday, or Friday. Written examination scheduled for 0:30 a.m., August 27, 1083. NO nppllcallon accepted nfter August 23. 1883. at 3:00 p.m. . . non Koppenhnver, Chairman CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION Legal — Aug. 7 14 21 '63 • IN THE CIRCUIT COURT S3: STATE OF ILLINOIS COUNTY OF MADISON HELEN BOLTON, Plaintiff -VS- MELVIN BOLTON, Defendant DIVORCE CHANCERY NO. 83-C-484 To: MELVIN BOLTON The requisite affidavit having been filed, Notice Is hereby given you, MELVIN BOLTON, defendant In the above entitled cnuse, that the above suit tins been commenced In the Circuit Court of Mndlson County. Illinois, by the said Plaintiff, HELEN BOLTON, against you, praying for divorce; that sold suit Is num bered 83-C.4S4 ~ ' ' ' still pending ~._ BOLTON, Defendant. Is to ba servud by publication. . , Now therefore, unless you, MELVIL BOLTON, said Defendant, file your answer to the Complaint or otherwise appear In said suit In the said Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, hold In the Court House In the city of Edwardsvllle, Illinois on or before September fl, 1963, default may be entered against you at any time after that date, and a Decree entered In accordance with the prayer of said Complaint. Dated this flth day of August, A.D. In Chancery, and Is And that MELVIN 1063. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois Wiseman. Hallett & Mosele Attorneys for Plaintiff 020 E. Third, Alton. Illinois 2 — 7 CARD OF THANKS HOWARD A. GRAY—Our sincere thanks to all of our friends and neighbors who were so kind to us during our bereavement and to all who assisted In any way. The Family. 2 _ 7 • Mrs. Nellie S. Spickerman — We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all our relatives, friends, and neighbors for their kindness and sympathy shown during our recent bereavement, especially: Jocoby Funeral Home, Rev. O. M. Miller, pallbearers. Carllnvllle Area Hospital. Those who sent cards, flowers, or assisted In any way. The Spickerman -Family. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 5 — 9-0 FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS—$5.00 up. Rexroat Flower Shop. 466-3789. 2712 Godfrey Rd. 8 MONUMENTS — CEM. LOTS 6 — 8 ROSELAWN—Garden of Chrlstus. 4 lots. $350. Call 465-4167, . PERSONALS 7 — 9-2 : ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1612. 7 — 8-26 LICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal photography. W. E. . Burt, 2008 Washington Ave., Alton. 465-7350. 7 — 8/28 : : TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (Formerly Dex-A-Dlet.) New name, same formula, only 98c. Honke Pharmacy. 8 RUMMAGE & PASTRY SALES 8— 7 '. RUMMAGE SALE—Aug. 8, Loretto Home, 417 Prospect. i 8 — 9 ^ RUMMAGE SALE—1714 Washington. Monday thru Saturday. 9 'til B. Friday only 9 'til 9. » SOCIETIES and LODGES 9 — 9 — DIMMING LIGHTS? YOUR HOME NEEDS FULL HOUSEPQUfER Lights that dim, TV pictures that shrink; long extension cords and octopus outlets; and blown fuses are all warnings of Low Housepower. Chances are you've more than doubled the number of electric appliances in your home during the past ten years, W.iring. that was adequate then may not carry enough electric power inside^ your home for all the electric appliances you enjoy today. Ask an electrical contractor to make a Full House* power rating: pf ;yqur;home. It's a good investment, to modernise with Pull Housepower wiring. You'll get full service and full value from the appliances you have now, the ones you plan to add in the future. ALTON MASONIC TEMPLE—Work day, Sat., Aug. 10. Help needed to clean UP 1st floor, start 8 a.m. Lend a helping hand. LEO LARSH, Chairman FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 AF&AM —Special meeting Thursday. 'Aug. 8th 7 p.m. Practice In all degrees Officers expected. Members Invited. WAYNE H. HARPER. W.M. 3 •"— ° - i , ' JERSEYVELLE LODGE NO. 304 A. F. & A, M. special meeting Aug. 8.. 7:30 p.m. Work In PC degree Visiting Brethren welcome. 8 — 7 L ° wronce C. Crone. W.M. Full Housepower wiring In your home means at least; IpO'Smpere service entrance with two 240- volt circuits and ten 120-volt circuits available at panel, plus two new 20-ampere circuits run tp the kitchen and laundry, UNION ELECTRIC Mantgacf, Investor Owntd, Swing Two MUHw WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 1082, AF&AM—Stated meeting WednSS day, August 7, 7s3Q p!m. VUltmg brethren welcome. ••»»» HOWBLL K.-BARNETT. W.M. U •— B i • ' PIASA LODGE NO. 27 AF&AM •_. Stated meeting Awuit 6? 7*0 v,m Visiting berthren welcome. ¥ w _' LEO L. LARSH. W.M. 10 — 8 10 — 7 Telegraph Want Ads "
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