Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1953 · Page 8
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April 20, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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PACK EtOHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, APRIL 20, ma Dhvtt dam, SOWBBMfrtfh sfroc- tun Utaatetf 89 mites below Hot* ttr (tern, now has five wafer- driven eieefrfcHy gCTwrafow that etn turn out 325,000 kilowatts at of HTM team • Profitable PratMRhm ilAUTY CUUTimi Greene Schools To Close May 26 Oinfral Illlnoli Softool of Bifufy Oulturi 40t ftKftitt: ST.— uim s 20 Vears of Successfully Graduating SfiidrnU - May 2fi has been set as the dntr» for the closing of schonls in the Carrolllon f!nm- mitnily fnlt District, according to an announcement made Friday by Olin Stead, the superintendent of the Unit. The eighth grade commencement exercices will be held on Ihe afternoon of May 26. with Ihe place to be announced later. The commencement exercises for Ihe graduating class of the high school will he hold on the evening of May 2fi. The program for the sflTvIre hns not bee,n completed as yet. The baccalaurealo service honoring the high school graduating class will be held in the Methodist Church, May 24. The annual Alumni banquet will be held in Ihe school building Wednesday evening, May 27, and members of the graduating class of 1928 will be honored during thr-i banquet and program which will follow, Officers of the Alumni Association this year are Miss Ada Camerer, president; Dr. Harold Horn, vice president; Miss Dorla Wagner, sen-clary, ard Froman Holtsworth, treasurer. The banquet will be served by the members of the Parent-Teacher Association of the local school. C'nrrnlHon .Voles CARROU.TON. - Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Farrow and Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorge Farrow made a business trip to Alton Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pointer of Alton spent Saturday In Normal, where they attended a meeting at the Illinois Slate Normal .University of which Mrs. Pointer is a graduate. Kn route to Normal, they were guests of Mrs. Pointer's parents. Mr, and Mrs. J. F. Hubbard and their children, Roberta Ann and Donald, were week-end guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard. Ftitt Ticket* At Carllnviltv tarn* My'H & $24 CASH YOU GET 15 Mas. $166.90 291.65 •i • .1 AM 1% on unpaid mo. bot.'uf mo. an (Ml. From $150 to i en bal. ma $300 to $500. » Mot. $241.09 432.78 ing! Chofgei UO$1 50, 2% KM, 1% <*° (Hl-f) *•! $500: fftpay $27.32 Aft (24 Month flan) Make « clean iweep of old bllli ... pay ta»e»... reduce monthly payments with • Journal lonn. Phone, write, or come in. Loant $23 to $300 . an Signature, I Furniture, or Aute Founded in 1825 hy totliniro, Knmrlson of Chnrlrrmtgnp, the l,'ni- vcrsity nf Pavin, Holy, is the world's oldest institution of learning. FINANCE CO. 2nd FI. . (Over Sally Ann Shop) 301 BELLE ST., ALTON Phontj 2-9281 • John E. Oilaeki, VCS MANlftr OPEN-SATURDAYS & WEDNESDAYS UNTIL 1 P.M. lain! mudi I* mldMtt if til nrr«m4ln| LOST 25 IBS. REDUCED STOMACH JACKSONVILLE, ILL. «I » m glad t J? r ! te .i yo Vln re ? a £ dlng tne re8ult « I received while taking Rcnnel Concentrate for reducing. Before start. ;«{?. ln Ton , th t. e J , Hfl ; f . e Rennel home recipe I we ghed 175 IDS. but after several bottles 1 now weigh 150 Ibs I also reduced my abdomen at least 6 inches and thank* to Rennel I £ e y. cr IS el l tuff y after meals." So ow ?t*n rs< ? arbara A - De Prates of B32 Doolln Ave. Your druggist has liquid RENNEL. Ask for free booklet. RENNEL has been proven and recommended by thousantU of your Illinois neighbors. Satisfaction guaranteed with the first Dottle or send to manufacturer for refund. You'll not be hungry reducing with RENNEL, Costs only $1.40, WORKMAN'S LUNCH KIT Complete with pint vacuum bottle. . Special.. 1 I .90 VACUUM BOTTLE 1 Pint Capacity $<f 09 SCREEN ENAMEL Black RPR. 60o Spedul 39c GALVAM2KD GARBAGE CAN $2-39 10-Oallon Capacity GAKVAMXKI) GARBAGE CAN ll.gaUon IM.U9 capacity 4 UWI i UHDEN CART JUMBO WASTE BASKETS Red, yellow or white. Regular $1.50. Special... 99c POTATO SLICER ; Regular $2.95 $|.99 Slices whole potato at one stroke. Special .. NEW STAINLESS STEEL BAKING WARE STAINLESS—LASTS A LIFETIME. HOLDS ITS SHAPE, STAYS BRIGHT AND SHINY. .29 9x1 Ml Rountt Layer Cake Tan. Reg. $1.75, lor 0 x PI (Inside MrasurftnfnUl Savr-AII I'lf Half with Overflow Klin. Krj. SI.7A If .'!9 lor Ji 1« x ft x « Keg. $'.V4A for Oblong Cuke Pan. All Steel, Automatic Action IRONING BOARD Opens and closes in one dimple motion. No wobbling. Compact. Fully guaranteed. $0,95 Reg. $8.95. Special V TACKLE BOX in. Two tr»y». «M.95 Special ...... 4 Keg. $3.95. PARING KNIVIS Hollow ground. Choice ol 8", 4", or 5" SPECIAL . . 25 IRONING BOARD PAD AND COVER SET $1.89 i t I Full nixe. Reg. $2.50. Special AI.IMIMM PIE PLATE &It»de at heavy aluminum foil. 5-8-in. I'ie iMatet, in bo*. Reg. 45c, Special Joe Brandt Hdw. f la EAST MOAOWAY ALTON PHONC *S2SI CARLTNVTLLK. — Two bnllnts will he received by Cnrlinville voters when they jjo to (he po' |ci Tuesday. One ballot w ill parry the names of the candidates of the Republican and Democratic par- lies running for city offices, and the other will be a bnllot 1o vote for or against the adoption of dny- light saving time. The proposal provides that, if adopted, daylight saving time will be in effect in Carlinville from the last Sunday In May until the first Sunday in September, thus eliminating an objection so far as school schedules are concerned. There are two candidates In the race for mayor of Carlinvillf, Mayor Virgil Clark being opposed (in fhf Re-publican ticket by Carl HrueKgeman. Alfred (Soxi R-oatman 'R1 is unopposed for re-election In the office of rily clerk, while Joseph Cerar and John Seaman both Dem- ocrals, as unopposed for re-election as cily treasurer and police magistrate respectively. Both parties have full tickets for aldermen. They are: First ward, Ross Ensminger fD). incumbent, and Dan Pressler (R>; Second ward, George Harrum (D), and Dan VV. Kauerauf (R), incumbent; Third ward, Waller Frazier fDi, incumbent, and MHKnley Vy'alton jr. (R); Fourth ward, Victor Selvo Jr. ID}, and Norman A. Rosentrelcr (R); Fifth \vard. John POWs Bring Back fear* of Their Captivity By KRKKDOM VILLAGE, Korea /P Allird soldiers freed today by the CommunisfsubrouRht with them j smiles and obvious Joy at being home. 0! the 30 American!, more than 20 'consented to be interviewed. They had the option ol keeping qulef. This was an Indication that ihc men had something to any and wanted to talk. None displayed obvious leaning toward Communism. Yet almost all told of Communist indoctrination classes and lectures that they he- indoctrination lectures was a Russian. Try this for a television snick when company's viewing: Rub a bowl with a cut clove of garlic, then mash an avocado in the bowl. fears nrquirnd aurinR captivity. lleved had swayed "a few" soldiers In the Red camps. It appeared that the men were walking On the surface the men appeared i a Hne between endangering their well. There w*re few litter cases j comrades in Red camps while telling of bitter experiences of imprisonment. Some of the returning prisoners cut-up a fresh tomato that has been skinned and seeded. Serve potato chips and let guests dip them into the avocado mixture. Head Teteffraph Went Adi Cuban land snails travt! by ttf to reach the FI«?ridi coast, F«i» tened to leave*, they travel OR tut wings of hurricane*. among ,the 50 United Nations re- turnpes. Many had amazingly minor all- mcnls and some wondered why they had been selected when more spoke guardedly of seeing some Russian civilians in North Korea. Seriously wounded men remained i A Turkish prisoner said one of the behind — perhaps to come south interpreters who gave Turks Bl(." Prints-Whit'* Prints D hoto Copi?y AMERICAN RFPRINT SERVIOF Mark) Blond! (D), II. Benllpy (R). and William Contest South Palmyra Local Option Election CARLINVILLE - Earl Bridges, Pansy Bridges. H. F. Conklirv, Edie Conklin and Wesley Releford are the petitioners of a suit filed in Macoupin County Court against the township of South Palmyra to contest the election of the wet and dry question held recently in South Palmyra township in which a dry vote resulted. The petitioners claim in the contest suit that only legal voters residing in that part of South Palmyra township lying outside of the corporate limits of the village of Hettick and Palmyra were qualified to sign the petitions requesting the election but that the petitions were signed by a large numbej of residents of the said township're- siding within the corporate limits of the villages of Hettick and South Palmyra. They claim that the petitions did not contain at least 25 per cent of the registered voters and were not in proper form according to the statute of the state of Illinois and therefore the proposition was invalid. Parents of Daughter CARLINVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Young of Brighton are parents of a daughter born Saturday at Carlinville Area hospital. The mother is the former Miss Marjorie Ryan. Tourists now may take silver articles out of Peru tax-free, Lima reports. later and perhaps not. Their burdens wore slarkly outlined more by what wns left unsaid (ban by the returning prisoners' statements to newsmen. One mnn was near tears with happiness at seeing free Americans again. Rut when be was asked if be felt any billerness toward the men who held him prisoner for more than two years he would say only: "I would rather not answer! that." Stories Conflict Many of the men in the tension of first returning told conflicting stories of life at the same camp. Many displayed in slight mannerisms more than their words told. Some involuntarily kept referring to the Chinese Peoples Volunteers and the Korean Peoples Army rather than the natural way of railing them simply the Chinese and North Koreans. The men left behind in Red captivity loomed many times in the long tent where the returning prisoners were_ free for the first time to say what they pleased. In quiet and polite words they related their stories. 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