Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1953 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 20, 1953
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MONDAY, APRIL 20,1153 ALTON BVENINO TELEGRAPH ^^^^^^^^^^^^^MUMJUJ||u TNIMTMHI Baptist Revival Meet : Underway at Marditi HARBIN. -The Rev. H. J. John- wm of Alton tusfsn R series of revival meetings at tho IOOF Build- Ing Sunday night Servires begin each evening at 7:30 and the meet- tng will continue until further no* tire, There has never been a Baptist Church here, but. there are three congregations of that faith In Calhoun County. Thej- are located at Kampsvllle, Pleasant Dale, and HHIerest, all In the North End. 2MNCH MAOMAVOX TV Mifregirw Consoli Tht Holiday 21 '849 s0 With ALL CHANNEL UHF BUILT-IN STANDARD HOME FURNISHERS BOOB. BROADWAY Motorists Damage 2 Whiten ay Lights T\vo whlteway lights and standards, within a block of one another on East Broadway, were damaged early Sunday when struck by an automobile, but In neither crash WHS anyone Injured. City Electrical Inspector Alexander said today that one of the standards might have to be replaced, and estimated total damage might range from $50 to $100. Second of the crashes at 8:20 a.m. occurred in full view of policemen In a patrol car who had started In pursuit of a westbound coach which passed them on Broadway at Spring. Before they could overtake the coach, they reported, It struck the llghtpost on the Wedge bank corner, Broadway and Third,, and also mowed down a "10-mlmite Parking" sign, and a large US mall box. At the post- office It was said the mall box was smashed beyond repair. Driver of the automobile, Avery Earl Randolph, 26. of 165 North Main St.-, East Alton, was helH for TUESDAY, 91,10 to 8 SEERSUCKER HOMEBODY $095 Gay little striped cotton to make life easier. N ? eatly trimmed with gros- (craln and a bright plastic belt. Misses 12 to 20 and women 14 H to 24 !i will •wish It through suds, and forget the iron! Gray, blue, rose. 8 pellet court tppearsnet WrWft he was fined a total of $40 tnd costs on pleading guilty to v«fte«i charges. At 12:30 a.m. police attention was directed to a crash at Broatt- way and Henry, and it was found that a coach driven east by George F. Holmes, 45, of 1012 E. Fourth St. had struck the whlteway post at the southeast corner of the intersection. Th? standard showed cracks near Its base, policemen noted. Holmes' car, damaged about its front end, was removed by Haper's tow car. Police complaints were filed against the driver, and Magistrate Schreiber said fines amounting to $30 were imposed. City Electrical Inspector Alexander said today that he now Is out of spare globes and fixtures for the whlteway standards and must order a new rejerve supply. Three lights were broken in the windstorms last week, and he had just enough globes and parts left to take care of those that became casualties yesterday. Suggest Widening Of Merchant St. Members of the City Traffic Commission have recommended to the city icouncil several steps to relieve congestion in the use of one-way Merchant St. at the northerly edge of Upper Alton business district. Proposed is widening the street to its full width, elimination of all parking on the north, side, and a one-hour limit on parking along the south side. The commission, through a special committee, recently made a thorough study at the request of the council on means of bettering the Merchant St. traffic situation. Also adopted by the commission is a recommendation to move the bus stop, on the westerly side of State St., opposite West Junior High school, from the northerly side of Patterson to the southerly side of Patterson. The change would provide a "far-side stop" to replace the present "near-side stop." Because of enlargements to the parking meter system, now including more than 700 meters, the commission approved a suggestion to the council that the job of main- tailnng and collecting from the meters has become too much for one man to handle. At present the city meter maintainer must make all repairs and adjustments as well as handle the collecting which alone takes about two days of each week. . Better operation would be assured, the commission suggests, if the maintainer had more time to give to kdeping meters in order. The maintainer has special police power so that he may enforce meter rules. The meeting of the Traffic Commission, last Friday, was the last of the present administrative year of the city, and prior to adjournment. Mayor Linkogle made a short address thanking the members for their services. StiLonimnHetd After Crashing Into Patrol Car fcDWARDSVtLLE - Dale T. Harmon, 44. of St.' Louis, was charged with reckless driving and disorderly conduct after his automobile allegedly crashed into the rear of a new patrol car of the sheriff's office early Saturday morning on U. S. Highway 66, about three miles north of here. The warrant against Harmon was issued this morning by Justice of the Peace M, O. Schauerte upon complaint of Nightrlder-deputy Walter E. Coatney of Bethalto. Coatney, In his report of the mishap, said he had stopped the sheriff's patrol car for, Investigation of a motor vehicle halted on the highway about 3:30 a.m. Flares and emergency lights were in operation at. the scene, Coatney reported, when the patrol car, headed north, was rammed from the rear by Harmon's machine. Both Coatney and his riding partner, Deputy Ted Skoklo of Madisorj, incurred minor Injuries In the smashup- i The 1953 model patrol car. purchased by the sheriff's office a month ago, was extensively damaged about the rear. Harmon's machine, also a 1953 model, was damaged. Harmon, lodged In the county Jail, was scheduled to be taken before Justice Schauerte for preliminary hearing this afternoon. County TB Group to Elect New Officers EDWARDSVILLE—Officers and directors of the Madison County Tuberculosis Association are to be elected at the organization's annual dinner and membership meet- Ing here at 6:46 p. m. April 30 at i Eden Evangelical Church. ! Charles E. Gillham of Poag road will be the guest speaker of the evening. The business session will be pre-, ceded by a dinner served by com-, mittee No. 4 of the Ladies' Guild' of the church. Reservations, to be made not later than April 27, may; be made by mail to the Madison County Tuberculosis Association's office here, or by calling Edwardsville 262 or 1162-W. All regular purchasers of tuberculosis Christmas seals automatically become members of the association and are eligible to take part In the business meeting. The public in general Is Invited to at-! tend the dinner. Henderson Murder Trial Is Postponed EDWARDSVILLE — Circuit Court will be in recess Tuesday city and village election day. The trial of Dock DeLeon Henderson, 37, Alton Negro, on a charge of murder, originally set for tomorrow, has been reset for Wednesday. + Wood River Sewer Dispute Settled WOOD niVER-oTT. Dunlap of the Madison Construction Co., members of the exmitive committee of the Township Chamber of Commerce, and villain officials shortly afternoon today reached an agreement on the Madison Avenue sewer project. The sewer contractor agreed to begin construction within 10 days! and promised to have the project completed In four to six months. Prescription Shop "Will Have New Front A new front Is under construction on the building at 26 E. Broadway In which Js located The Prescription 9h6p, operated by partners. J. Russell Dale and David ,1. Fitzgerald. Tho work was started on the 15th anniversary of the date the shop wns opened. The building Is In the Plark estate. It was erected In inn. Dnlp and Fit/Rerald said the stylo of the new front, will he early American, panod windows, antique brass fixtures with a gold leaf let- lered sign extending across the front. Alarm, of Fire Remits in Jnil Fine for Man Firemen and police at 7:50 p.m. Saturday responded to 16th and Alhy Sis. where a house fire was! reported -hut where the firemen found no fire and police arrested one Allen Stephenson who was j Jailed overnight and fined J10 and; costs on charges of intoxication, i Fire Chief Lewis said No. 1 and! 1 companies and the ladder truck i responded to the address. They i found Slevenson's wife In front of . the house in a highly emotional, slate. "She said her husband had come In drunk, tipped over the stove and set the house afire and locked her out," Chief Lewis said. Police foired the door and brought out Stephenson who "declared war on the neighborhood," firemen reported. There was a pool of oil on the floor of a room In the house, hut no bla/.c. One other fire call was received over the weekend. It was a grass Four Alton Sttirfemi of Latin Get High Ratings Pour Alton High student! won superior ratings In sectional Latin contests. Saturday, at Southern flll* nols University In CarbOftdale. blaze at the rear of the Bluff City Brewery property. No. 2 company answered the alarm at 13:36 p.m They will eoirpftt m fl» „.„ finals, May 9, at fihriHti Kttt College at Chitrttrten, rVStuk JkltrfM* M«iK*MtAli gfegHgugk ft<fcfti» TTO Alton winrwre www t mw ert Lofts nnd Durdarwnft Sftfltfl, fourth-year students; Metiy Lfach, third yenrj and Marry Htwhcy, first year, Read Telegraph Want Adi. PROMPT EXPERT SERVICE Be sure ... be on time wltlji • watch that gives accurate, dependable service! Let us repair your watch soon! Guaranteed Service Also Jewelry Repair. 314 BELLE ST. DIAL 2-2722 FLY SAVE 50% On Your Return Trip From CHICAGO OZARK Slashes Fares To Many Midwestern Points. For Further Information JACOBVS OFFERING POROH FURNITURE VALUES Cool! Light WtlghU I Yrt Strong Rattm I PM| FumKural i Styled and Constructed by Experts to OHv« You Mart Beauty and Comfort than You'v*. Ever 1 Had Before. REAL BUYS! 4-Pc. RATTAN SET Consisting of Divan, two matching chairs S and round table, for only ALSO MANY ODD PIECES /IQ W W .5S DIVAN ... $19.85 END TABLE $8.85 CHAIR ... $15.85 CHAIR .... $10.85 CHAIR .... $9.85 CHAIR . . . . $8.85 CHAIR .... $6.85 NEST OF 3 TABLES ..... ..... $11.85 LLY0D FIBRE CHAIRS .................... from $7.95 DELTOX 6x9 RUGS ............................. $13.85 LLOYD RELAXER CHAIR ....... . . $19.85 You'll Find Aluminum Chairs . . . Porch Shades arid Many Other Items for Summer Comfort* COME IN AND SEE THEM TODAYI C. J. JACOBY & CO. FREE PARKING LOT AT REAR ENTRANCE you have a machine ... you still need laundry Service Protect your health ,.. let tu wtah and iron your HARD-TO-DO piece* for jutt a few cent* each Washing and Ironing to a hard enough job without doing •beets. ubfedott«, pfllowettpe and shirts. Ttoese things atone take up most at your washday time. You can rid yourself of this really unpleasant task by giving the "heavy- pieces to us. You'll get them back sparkling dean and neatly ironed. And you pay Just a few pennies each. Hundreds of women are using this practical approach to washday. Why doni you. LAUNDERER5 • DRY CLEANERS • RUG CLEANERS PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE E. IROADWAY DIAL J-M77 TODAY JACOBY'S ARE OFFERING BIG VALUES ON CLOSE-OUT BEDROOM SUITES WHICH THE FACTORY DISCONTINUED fllil ****'$ ^•j^ -^/r^ , 'm i-fer;,,^,'^ W'" ''-'-'••>. on Vj j"- f - tr;:-'"^,,/' J 89 a ' ,j-^- a - S| ' hf. f y '••-^ REAL BARGAINS TODAY IN V! FACTORY DISCONTINUED BEDROOM SUITES We Must Make Room for the New Suites Now on the Way . . . You'll find \\e are offering; »onte great bargains in high grade furniture. Rut We rmut move them. So the firvt come will get the best bargain*, (nine in toda>. Ht;.. r 'Sf. * 799 No. 1246. A beautiful brown mahogany double dresser, chest, bed. $( Was $275. now '245 do FREE PARKING STORE HOURS: Friday Only 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Other nay* 8 V M. to 5 I'. M Open Any r^fninf By Appointment, i'bune 3-8*56 No. 1407. Lamed Oak Suite. Double dresser, chest and bed. Was $315. S NOW No. 1240. Double dresser, bed, chest, night table . . . Regular $315. now No. 687. Limed Oak Suite. Bookcase bed. Double dresser, chest, night SO ft Q.50 table, was $269.50 AW W No. 420. Beautiful brown mahogany suite. T r i p 1 • dresser, chest, bed SO 4 C Was $298. now .... <64 V No. 1407, Bed, dcubl* drawer and chest. $1 AAJO Waa $275, now .. 190 Our price lag* are market! in eu»y to read figure*. No need to guet» »t the prioM . KORGfCT . . . We »ell on the en»iekt po»*ible credit tenm. Puree sparing, divided UttyUWUit .. . Week* ly or monthly »» be b t >uiU jour budget . . . AM) M> £\TK.V» U>UEJ) FOB ffH8 AT TNE REAR OF STORE C. J. JACOBY & CO. 17-633 EAST BROADWAY ALTON, ILLINOIS WOW 34141

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