Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 13, 1961 · Page 23
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 23

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 13, 1961
Page 23
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CVBNWO TBLfiQiUPlI •HortlW. Polka Dotted, Crazy Big Night-Shrieking Bird Dies ^^^^a^^ ^^Jwfc WH WR wm torn *»«** Ion It <Bed of aftMit Mtf ifiot» Though 9m Wtm«n Adams family at W7 OM Oak Rd., ttn^Mi t iiri i if tt^ftftfckAfe l^^l A^^Ji *•- KOKwuDa I IVlRIIUi imo TTWO 10 MV« the bird 96 ft coaM t» w> tested to ItifMtth* wfkfc, Mr». AuMftl 09RR6MQ tMIt AM tt now uMt OTS htifM no aakt her daughter, jot Hostana High wan afraid, at wts hemft, to go In the MMnwnt, Finally, Ctarlottee and a JOrMt Moorman. Wok the! MM to veterinarian Gerald Sotners. The three Adams boys, Wffltam, Allen, and fcoftby, ?. accompanied them. A minister who had brought his dog to Dr. Sowers for an The bird entered the Adams' anti-rabies shot looked at the lives Tuesday noon as 12-year- old Allen w*« riding his bicycle along Birch street in Rosewood Hetgnt!, en route home to lunch from Rosewood School sixth grade. He saw the bird, larger than a duck and about the site of a small turkey, coming tn for a landing in front of him. He was bird in the car and Identified it as a loon. He expressed amazement that the bird, which has its habitat in Circle and seldom the Arctic j comes further south than Canada, would be found in this part of the 1 world. ; During the night the loon died. Its shrieks no longer rip: WALLS RISE ON WASHINGTON APARTMENTS startled. The swooping monsterithe dark in the Adams home, smacked into the wire fence Inj Porch on Home Damaged by Fire A porch at the home of Eugen Wall. 437 E. 9th St.. was damaged! by fire early this morning after j timbers leaning against the house Two uflHs aft under masonry construction tn the $2 million improvement on Washington avenue. Basement walls and flooring are in place for a number of othera. This view looks from the northeast corner. Temple Israel Is the gabled roof in center back* ground. ,^t ^y^^^^^Lj^^^^^ni^u^u^^K LfUlV88S6u Council city rmtt,^ ^•4 — *-* HMttfeMrf^te ill OrVr to sopfrvnor Kennedy for dlrtrttwiltltofl. AH m*mbers of fh« OMmcii returns of flit Wemrtal Alt ton city-wwflfmp elwttoH ™ April 4 Wednesday frtfHt, ftnd- ing no changes in the osunt a» announced after the returns were tabulated election nlghtj % City dirk Paul Price arti hit office staff. Ffktf todur mailed certificates of election to both the city and town candidates shown successful by the otnvass report adopted last ^^f^—^jg prwcnt Wednwdty fttgM, apft men-cteet .tames I* Al|tn and Paul L. Rumelt att JPH ob- and buftwd HMNV ,.„_ Lyttlinia cowwjwwliiil to Lwntfa wM nearly Id) resistance by m* inhabitants. H/ AMnM9 fl.ik «*'i**e. Operation of «he camp is coming year. WOmclIl S V<1UO a I assisted through the Federation of; it was announced the annual told W* mother. His older brother, William, a Roxana High School student, returned to the spot with him and they brought back the bird. They didn't know what it was, jset fire to the porch. Assistant 1 but they soon discovered its iFire Chief Warren Grable report-j voice was something less than led that the timbers had apparent- music to dream by. j ly been set afire the night before Woman's Clubs, she stated. Mrs. Roach used colored slides to illustrate her talk on the Crippled Children's Clinic at Alton, spring banquet will be May 2 at the Wood Rivr Masonic Temple. Mrs. D. A. Alderson is serving as general chairman. April "We couldn't sleep." said i by a East Alton Hears Mrs. Eldon Orr EAST ALTON — Mrs. Eldon ^.^^JL^^^^^ burnernd smbuoer- Mrs. Adams. "It was a horrible sound—like the, scream of a human in distress, or like a wolf. I just can't describe St." The bird was "black with ed during the night. Damage wns confined to the porch, Grable said. Shortly after 8 a.m. today. Bremen of two engine companies in- white polka dots." Mrs. Adamsivestigated a carburetor flash fire said. It had a long neck, long sharp Dili, web feet. in an auto driven by Pauline Langer of Carrollton. The car was of th the Community Recreation Center. Mrs. Orr. 22nd District presi dent, spoke on the program and activities of the Handicapped Children's Camp at Little Grassy reported that the blaze damaged the carburetor and paint on the The bird was kept in the Ad- * in the 200 block of W. Elm street! ants' basement to recover. Mrs. I when the fire broke out. Grabie'hood of the car. and the Madison COttnty program I 23 was announced as the deadline for Handicapped Children. jfor reservations. ^ A report on the recent District I Named to serve as a commit- meeting at East St. Louis wasjte? to assist in the Community presented by Mrs. Charles Gab-i Clean-up campaign are: Mrs. Mitre- -chell Jackson. Mrs. Lorell Hicks, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Glassey. Mrs. J. Louis Roller is serving as general chairman of the campaign. Memorial services in tribute to !*•*:& Jr7 the late Mrs. F. Edward Todd, a RED& WHITE DIXIE IEU Frtsh, Crisp SODA CRACKERS viewed meeting at Granite City. Mrs. Smith was selected as delegate to the State convention in Chicago in May and Mrs. Joseph Glassey, alternate. Sponsorship of the Cancer Fund former president, were conducted drive, and assistance wtth belli by Mrs. Orr. ringing for the Salvation Army were adopted as project for the 1 Lb. •OX •The Council was recessed by Mayor P. W. Day for the canvass. and went in « body to the clerk's office where returns from the polls Judges were checked. Next aftermath Of the election will be to pay the Judges of ejection for their services In the polls. The Council authorti- ed issuance of city pay warrants, and Price said today that the checks would be available to the judges at his City Mall office tomorrow. Because the justice district election was held coincident t'i the city-township election, ' city and county are sharing the cost of the election. The 195 Alton election judges will be compensated at a total basis of $25 with the city pay- jng $15, and the county the balance of $10. ' A social security deduction of 3 per cent, or 45 cents, will be made on each city fee payment. The city checks, dated April 14, will be in net amount of $14.55 i TSBtE It JO ot Mure tn Powhaaei mat* Drtwd ifHYIftt *»Um* SIRLOIN SlffRf .Graded Oootf >jfttBlM Cltt* ^ _ OHUOK BOiir II,4I« Practically Bonelesi ROAST ........ .,. ..... Ib.llO POBK STEAKJ Id. 490 Worthmo** ILIOED BACON 2 lbi.880 Krey'n SKINLESS WIENEBS lb,49c II r.n 100 PET MILK . . 7/;.$1, MIX OR MATCH SALE! MBS. LAME'S TOMATOES MBS, LANE'S 0, S. GOLDEN COBN MBS. LANE'S W, 0. flOLOEN COBN MBS. LANE'S TENDER PEAS 303 Cant SALATORESSINO TOMATO JUICE ORANOTJUTOE Clover** Soft . FACIAL TISSUE Frfgittea DOOFOOD . . 4ft Oc. I |K) Cani I «IU 8 »" 49e $1.00 3 Ttxas Orantti, 200 Sin doz. 59o Mnnap Applit 4*lb. eillo 690 Pascal Calary 2 stalks 25c Nil Spinach baj 19c Top Or«<lc T*mat«is ..... oartan I9« PRINCESS CREME SANDWICH COOKIES 2 - 39* 3 «« s 25 C ALL FLAVORS JELLO PUDDINGS AND PIE FILLINGS Price* EtfeoUve Fri. * Sat^ April U-18 RED & WHITE tar* APRICOT PRESERVES "^ 27« RED Ic WHITE Fur* CLOVER HONEY 39« RED & WHITE SANDWICH SPREAD KREY'S Extra Fancy Beef ROUND STEAKS . . , 85c KREY'S Spiced LUNCHEON MEAT . . . 45c SMOKED JOWLS . . . 29c KREY'S BOILED HAM . . . . u. 49' KREY'S Country Styl« PORK SAUSAGE . . . "59c SUNSHINE HI-HO CRACKERS . . i" 33' ^ BM-B ___ RED & WHITE Old Fashioned SWEET APPLESAUCE . . .2 "Si" 39" PICKLES RED & W HITE Fancy FRUIT COCKTAIL . . RED & WHITE Dark Red "^ 39« NABISCO SKOKS KIDNEY BEANS . .2 N ^"29< Mix or Match IACON THINS RED & WHITE WheU or Cream SKSE' WHITE CORN . . . cV M 21« CILMY THINS CHIWERS OLD FASHIONED Bulk Style 3 S Nits GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE V. 8. No. 1 TOMATOES . . carton 29c Garden Frwb LETTUCE .... 2 - 29c MEETER'S KRAUT . fi"' 33« RID & WHITE COFFEE RID & WHITE CHILI Con CARNE CUCUMBERS . . . 2-15c V, i. Na. I K«4 POTATOES . . . 10 49c 1 Lb. CAN S» CHUNK STYLE STAR-KIST TUNA . . £.' 33< "IT WHIPS" If Cowt Could MILHOT i-a. SAVI Ic wltft C0uf«» w Ml• CLOROX ™ V» GAL 27' Hunt's no * WNITI F.F.HOWUN UN i alM» AitM I 4l%y N. A*y ukt. i NOLTI'S uo * WHITI Oedfw I fk^t taai HAM •Ml tiMltMt MAIKIT I UNA'S MAIKIT Alt** I Paifc * State W lajr I '•aJ IHw I UUAIIT vWWMI MaiM | IIMIIiNI MOCUY I IRtftHTOM MUC. CO. | «M»H Wwh'iajaii ajriUMw Preparations or the pay Taystee Bread puts flavor first because the Taystee bakers take extra care to put extra flavor m every loal Baked while you sleep, \

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