Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 16
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April 23, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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THURSDAY, APRILS, ALTON EVENING TBLEORAPH M01 At Eatt Alton Petition Presented to Board To Allow Boxing Sam License BAST ALTOW, — A petition sign* ed try many local residents, which would have allowed boxing and w resiling here without R license fef f WBS presented to the village eouTtclImtn Wednesday night, too late to be presented to the voters of the village as would be required by law. The Council can't allow wrlstllng In East Alton without the proposal being first approved by the voters. The petition was requested to be brought to the attention of the voter* Jn the April 23 election. "Nothing we can do 1 about it now and, It is for sure we can't afford a special election on the matter," one councilman said. Another councilman said the petition should be returned to the person who circulated the petition. No one knew who that was. Another councilman said return it to the first person who signed the petition. That happened to be a woman. In other business, the village was Informed by officials of the New York Central Railroad Co. that the railroad was not responsible for the lighting of the railroad crossing on Main St. Lawrence Darr, village clerk, suggested that a possible increase In pay to the judges tnd clerks who worked the election'would be possible and proper, but the mat* ter was not voted upon. The clerks and judges work from 14 to IB hours and previously have been (mid $7.50. A salary of $10 was considered, A liquor permit was granted by the Council to Annas Rhodes, who has fcned the former Mensching Tavern at 121 E. St, Louis Ave. The liquor commission had recommended that the,permit be grant* ed. Attorney F. Edward Todd said the lease which Rhodes had "was one of the finest tavern leases I have ever seen." Standard daylight savings time for East Alton was adopted by the Council and will begin Sunday at 2 a.m. and last until Sept. 27. Council meetings during this time will begin at 8 p.m., rather than at 7:30 p.m. Sale, Dunco Set • EAST ALTON - A bake sale Friday and a dance Saturday are activities for the public scheduled by the Shamrock Machinist Auxil- j iary. The bake sale will legin at It a. m. at Sears In Alton and the dance will be in the Machinst Center on Shamrock Ave. starting -BUDGET SERVICE DEPT,-i WOULD YOU LIKE TO BE OUT OF DEBT? DO YOU HAVE MORE BILLS THAN MONEY? LET US SHOW YOU HOW YOU CAN BECOME DEBT-FREE! DIAL 3-3113 410 E. BROADWAY East Alton Grade Band Concert Set WlllEkGivenFridaylViglit At 7 $30 EAST ALTQty-*— A concert by the East Alton elementary school band under the direction of R. s. Luly, bind director, win be presented Friday at 7:30 p. m, 1A the Junior High School Auditorium. The program will Include "Military Escort", an overture "Sunnyland," "Workln 1 On the Railroad' 1 featuring the cornet section "Mambo-Sl Trocajfero", "Thr«> Pigs" narrated by Robert Lahey. and a bass, solo "Big Boy" featuring thw brass seclon, The first gradt rhythm band, directed by Mrs, Jerry Podesva and accompanied by Mrs. Robert Glpsoin, will perform. Mrs. John Lower* and Mrs, Podesva, sopranos, will sing a vocal duct "When You're Away". A waltz, "Chalma" by Bennett will be dedicated to Miss Ethel Estes of the junior high staff "In apppreciatlor of the service she is giving the youth of this community". The third grade lonette ensemble will be directed by Mrs. Pedesva. Miss Qlive Paddock will play a piano solo, "Monastery At Sunset". Miss Mildred Dunlope, accompanied by Mrs. Forest Taylor, will direct the seventh grade girls' chorus in a number. Finale will be '\When Day Is Done" by the band and t% combined sixth, seventh and eighth grade choruses. at 8:30 p. m. Saturday with the Harmony Hounds providing the music. At the Wednesday night social meeting of the auxiliary, three new members Were Initiated. The organization's membership drive will continue for a month. Legion Women of Hartford Meet HARTFORD-Members Of the American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday evening at the school for their regular business meeting. Mrs. Pearl Gardner, president, presided at the- meeting. The auxiliary has finished the drive for cancer funds and collected $193. They cleared $35 on the card party. Clans To Meet HARTFORD — The Sunbeams class Of the First Baptist Church will hold its annual business meeting at the home of Dorothy Starbuck of VV. Watkins St. Friday eve- nlng. The meeting will be 7 to 9 p. m. CA's tintertnlned HARTFORD-The CA's of the Assembly of God Church met at the church in East Alton Wednesday evening. Rev. Willis Meyers was the speaker. News Notes HARTFORD — Rev. Ralph H. Dodson of Greensboro, N. C. and Tom Dodson and son of Cottage Hills were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dodson of E. Fifth St. Tuesday. Pfc. and Mrs. Richard Brewer and Dennis Richard of 'San Antonio, Texas, are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. John Martin of E. Date St. Rosewood Improvement Ass'n Meet Set Tonight ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — The Improvement Association here has scheduled a very important meet- Ing for tonight at 7!SO In the fire station. Nomination of officers will be held, with election planned at the next regular meeting. President Francis Kennedy will preside. fn wwf Out of 0f fn Aeflye Doty BBTHALTO - Petty Officer 3-c EDWARD HBKREN, U9NR, has begun g two-year tour of active duty at Lambert Held. , A student It Southern nilnotf University before entering the act* ive • duty status he completed two years school* ing as an Indus* HBBRBlf Mai education major. He Joined the Navy reserves just after graduation from Alton High School in 1950. Heeren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward 0. Heeren, has attended two summer schools with the Navy where he studied courses In advanced radio and electronics. He plans to return to his university upon the completion of active duty, Cpl. Lacy at Atomic Btasl Mte ROXANA - Mr. and Mn. Floyd A, Lacy, aw w. Tydemwi Ave., have recieved word thit their ton Marine Copl. DONALD O. LACY is at Camp Desert Rock, Nev, with more tharr 2,000 Marines at the Atomic >En« ergy Commission Proving Grounds for the latest series of atomic tests. > Cpl. Lacy Is a member of a bat- LAOT tallon of Marines from Camp Pendleton, Calif., which, along with another battalion from Camp LeJeune, N. C. was flown to this desert site to participate In the | atomic attack problems. Cpl. Lacy enlisted in the Marine Corps in January, 1952. BY POPULAR DEMAND-- We are Extending CUSTOMER APPRECIATION PAYS With More FREE Gifts for the Ladies - FREE TV Theatre for the Kiddles New Specially Priced Bargains in Appliances. \ BE SURE TO REGISTER THURS.-FRI.-SAT.: FOR ELECTRIC ICE CREAM FREEZER, PRESTO STEAM IRON To Be Given Away Absolutely FREE FRIGIDAIRE $45 TRADE-IN ON 7.8 F FRIGIDAIRE 199 244,75 VALUE! • and ° w look it ill the cold space you get in thi$ big Frigidaire! Hu big freeser, meat keeper, vegetable drawer and benui ihelvei in the deer! All porcelain interior! FREEZERS SAVE 30 00 J ON FLOOR SAMPLES Woman civil service workers, marching for more pay, recently picketed the British Treasury and other offices In Whlthall, London. 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