To Display Flags WOOD RIVER—American Legion Post 204 will display flags in Wood River Memorial Day, according to announcement of Bill Doll, civic affairs chairman, at the -regular, Monday • meeting of the post at Legion home. They will be set up at 6:30 a. m. Don Boren, chairman of the parade committee', urged all members to participate in the Memorial day parade which will form at Sixth' street and Ferguson avenue at 10 a.m. , Four post members' accompanied Francis Manning, Americanism chairman, to the ele- m e n t a r y school graduation where they 'presented the colors when Manning made presentation of' American Legion medal awards and recognized essay Bethalto Chief of Police Clyde Tisdel Sr., in a statement made Monday, also reminded residents of the village that it was illegal for children.to play in. the streets., Auto-makers expect America to have 75 million cars and trucks by 1970. Maine's population declined 2.6 per cent between April 1, 1350 and July 1,1954. winners., They were Frank Pan- yik, Dick ; Stalcup, Harry Echols and Rus'sell Gibson. Delegates and alternates of the Post will attend a 22nd district meeting at Nashville Sunday. Officers for the coming year will be nominated at the June 11 meeting of the membership.