Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1968 · Page 3
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July 1, 1968

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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MONDAY, JULY i, im ALTON EVENING PAGE A-3 WHAT'S REAL? - Just pigs that crashed someone's Fourth of July picnic, or do the pigs symbolize careless picnickers? The photographer forgot to say, but that's just the point of a national anti-litter campaign being sponsored locally by Owens-Illinois. Pigs or People? The Fourth of July, picnics and Utter, people and pigs, seem to go together, or at least that seems to be the idea behind the holiday anti-Utter campaign of Keep America Beautiful, Inc. The national litter prevention organization is stressing the point that Jitter may be all right for pigs but not for people in a current nation - wide campaign. Owens • Illinois is helping the promote the message locally in a special area wide promotion campaign in cooperation with KAB. The company program is part of a national glass container industry drive against littering during the week of July 1. The anti - litter, people- pig campaign includes a one-minute TV public service film featuring pigs wallowing through litter on a city street, highway, beach and picnic area. At no time are people shown in the film spots. Similar campaign ads are also appearing in newspapers and magazines across the country. The TV film opens with pigs crossing a city street as they leave a trail of litter behind. It also shows scenes of pigs relaxing amidst litter on a beach and .romping in a Jittered picnic area. A highway sequence, with pigs simulating heavy traffic on littered pavements, dramatizes the Jitter problem -on the country's highways, according to KAB. .'•:•• Action of the .pigs is ac- compannied by dubbed- in'sounds of human voices. Bike Mishaps Bicycle mishaps caused to- dry to two area youths who ended up ift erttergeney tarn reatrnent ovef the weekend at Altotf Melttbrtal Hospital. Jeff Gamer, ?, son of Mr. Hid Mrs. John Gamer, 967 tedar Drive, Wood River, suf- erett facial cuts that retired Utches when Ms bike spun out m loose gravel. Twenty - one stitches were needed to dose an elbow wound 15-year-old Jefferson Hartley got when his brakes failed as e was riding down a hill. Jefferson, son of Mr. and Mrs. tank Hartley, 1442 9th St., Cot- age Hills, was doubly miffed at the accident because the .bike s a week-old present from his uncle. Tired Swing Either the rope on an old-fashioned tire swing was a. little too old, or Richard Laughlin, 11 was a little too heavy, but a tree swing broke Sunday and pitched the boy to the ground. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs Paul Laughlin, 1714 State St. Alton, was X-rayed in the emer gency room at St. Joseph's Hos pital where he was found to have escaped injury. Mail Wasp Opening a mailbox prove dangerous for a 10-year-old Al ton boy, Saturday, when a was] hiding inside flew out and stun; the youth in his left eye. Rushed to the emergency room at St. Joseph's Hospital was Jesse L. Johnson Jr., son f Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Johnon Sr., 1625 Pleasant, Alton. Hie boy's eye remains partly wollen shut today, and he will Hi to the doctor's for turner treatment of" the sting in he left corner of his eye. the wasp was lurking inside he family mailbox when Jesse went to retrieve the mail Saturday afternoon. Gashed Toe Wading in a creek on her amily's property, Sunday, 11- 'ear-old Suzanne tash of rural Godfrey gashed her big toe on a sharp object in the water. Several stitches were needed to close the wound in the emergency room at St. Joseph's Hos pital, bill the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lynn E. tash, Rte. 5, Godfrey, is able to use her foot now. the girl was wading in a shallow, spring-fed creek which crosses the tash property when the accident occurred. Crowd of 50,000 to See Fireworks Display Here A fireworks display, sponsored by Downtown Alton inc., Wednesday night will ktckott the July 4 weekend in the greater Alton Metroplex Thieves Loot Ammo Truck Burglars broke into at least eight trailer trucks at an Alton firm during the weekend and took an undetermined amount of shotgun shells and .38 caliber pistol ammunition. Alton police said the trucks were broken into at the McCoy transfer Co.. at Front and Oak Streets. Beginning about 9:15 p.m., a 30-minute display will brighten the sky Just above Lock and Dam 26, and some 50,000 people along streets, in cars, and in boats will watch the spectacular. two large American flag displays will highlight the display, according to William Merger, executive secretary of DAI. Merger said depending on atmospheric conditions, the flags will ignite several hundred feet above the water and will stay lit until they reach about 20 feet from the surface. Other displays will be set off from 100 to over 2,000 feet, he said, in a display that is twice as long as the one in 1967. DAI has put over $2,500 into the display, which is the largest in Illinois, outside the Chicago area. the display will be fired from a barge anchored to the middle of the rivet, Jost outside the current use by boat traffic. In case of rain, the fireworks display will be held on Friday at the same time BURNED SERIOUSLY Donald Ray Randolph, 100 Maple St., Saturday was using gasoline to clean brushes when it ignited. He is is in fair condition. 5 H.P. GARDEN TILLER $117 GRANTS 19 Eastgate Plaza ALL BARBER SHOPS In Alton — Godfrey — East Alton — Wood River — Hartford — Roxana — South Roxana — Rosewood Heights — Bethalto and Cottage Hills. 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