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a the tract will other a Collins- ot earth. presided were all Club. on cet- m e n t of a greens morning Louis; club; Supervisors Maurer, of board; W. Mc- Alton; and of i d e l y - k n o w n In his homo In E a b o u t 3 o'clock. a had been past two to his and 55 years at was medical prac i r t y yeais In in East u e e sons, Al n o n , o n e daughter. , jjwo fcisteis, and one brother of this city. s w i l l take place n nl Hie f a m i l y home Baptist o n . I n t e i m e n t h a l t o ceme- T'OUTH'IAN^ Capital m e n t s today in the o t h e m i n d e r o t foui Tentative Statement to Court Is Completed, Objections to Be Filed Before Being Sub mitted. · COMMUNITY CENTER IS DECLARED LEGAL Record Shows Ov ; er 160,000 Words were Used at Hearing, Declares Place Was Nol Found as Nuisance. The tentative report of Mastei'-iu- Chancery M. E. Newell finding for the City of Wood River and Recreational Park Board in the suit o Frank Z. Carstenb, who demandec removal of a community hall, swimming pool and bath houses fro.j. grounds set aside foi park purposes and restoration of grounds to theli former condition, has been flled with attorneys, it was learned today, to permit them to offer any objections before the report is filed in the Madison County Circuit Court. Attorney M. L. Geers, representing Caisteus told the lutelligencei today that he is preparing objections m which a n u m b e r of matteia o f f e i e d Attorney Thomas Williamson of Edwardsville and Attorney if. Manning, Wood H i v e i , ed the defendants. The report c o \ e i s eight typewritten pages It goes into the more iai- p o r t a n t questions taisod at e x t e n d i n g over be\eral weeks. transci Ipt of evidence offered at the hearings contains 500 pages w i t pro'cinuilely 160,000 wotds. A f t e r s u m m i n g up the Master Newell finds there is no equity the complainant's bill and recommends that it be dibmlssed. Through the objections efforts will be made to secuie d l l l c i e n t to the court. The usual plan of filing a tentative l e p o i t w i t h the before p i c b c n t a t l o n in followed. V n d f r the p r e l i m i n a r ter Nc-well finds that t h p City Council and Recreational Board aie leg- a l l y authorized and have power to maintain and opeiate the pool and c o m m u n i t y hall In the park. hold that operation of the buildings and pool does not pi event use of pai k for pai k purposes as contemplated in deed f r o m J.imss Chosscn tlie cllj. The d r a f t also finds that the bath hou-ip and p a v i l i o n are permanent, s u b s t a n t i a l and attractive equipped and operated to affoid recreation as p u b l i c park The found to be necessaiy and w h i l locked for a p p i o x i m a t e l v is w i t h reasonable discretion ot Recreational Board It Is held that the sti ucturei are not a nuisance and t h a t charges are inasonable. The (Continucd on page thiee) by a in He at to J S today

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  1. The Edwardsville Intelligencer,
  2. 13 Mar 1930, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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