Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1958 · Page 8
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ALTON EVENING FRIDAY, JULY II, UK Hurt In Motorcycle, **!.» Auto Crash at W. River RIVER-A Bethalto man wttant? Injured early Thurs«te» ivtmHg when his motorcycle N «fl BtrtomobDe collided at the ot Tenth street and East Alton Class Hears Mrs. Stark EAST ALTON. -Mrs. Burdette Stark of Wood River was guest speaker at the Thursday evening meeting of the Daughters of Ruth Class of the First Baptist Church; Mrs. Stark, who spent two years in Saudi Arabia when her husband was stationed there with the American Oil Company, show _ _ started to make a right turn onto ^ pictures and told of the life Gelatin, 31, 219 James w«« transferred to i Hospital in Alton from 'jtlVff Township Hospital .be Wat given emergency Iteitfflfnt following the mishap. kMe was reported to have suffered • possible fracture to the left arm and multiple abra his right hand, knee, left /QW« to police, Colman was on Lewis and as he Tenth street, he ran into the side of a machine driven by Eugene H. GUI, 33, 423 Whitelaw Ave. GUI was proceeding north on Tenth at the time and said that he did not see Colman on the motorcycle until he felt the impact on his right side. Colman told police that he thought the car would pass through the intersection before he arrived there. The Intersection has no stop signs and is a "yield right of way" situation. Patrolman Floyd Brown investigated the mishap and found Gill's vehicle approximately 30 feet north of the Intersection and the motorcycle lying on its side at the northeast corner. Damage was extensive to th motorcycle and to the right fron fender, rear fender and wlndshieli of the car. Attend Board Meeting WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Orva Biirk, president, and Mrs. Robert Jones, past president, represented the Junior Woman's Club at the Thursday meeting of the 22nd Junior District Board .The meeting was held in Col- linsvilfe at the home of Mrs. Gerald Spencer, Junior district director with 17 women representing the eight Junior Clubs. •Mrs. James Segraves, District president, reviewed the dates of district and regional meeting. Chairmen will be appointed in each club, It was decided to take charge of state and district projects. Mrs. George Velas, Belle- Mile, was appointed district project chairman. Handbooks were distributed, report, deadlines dates were discussed and the 100 per cent rule reviewed. and customs of the country. Reviewing her visit to Jerusalem and Bethlehem, she illustrated her talk with colored movies of historical and Biblical scenes. Vocal selections by Misses Sandra Lovell and Carlene Grober of South Roxana, completed the program. Mrs. Harry Starkey, president, conducted the meeting and it was reported by Mrs. Wlllard Hartsock that the record player and record album had been purchased by the committee and is installed in the church nursery for the entertainment of 'the little folks. It was voted to subscribe to the Missions Magazine and the Baptist News for the class presi dent and the class teacher, Mrs Hillery. Barker. The social hour took the form of a birthday party honoring Mrs Clay Tite, Mrs. Josie McCain KHOVRYBVRGER CAR HOPS Learning to handle trays in a 'trial run' for their Saturday service as car hops for Khouryburger Day are four Wood River Mrs. Jaycees. Left to right are: Mrs. Ronald Burns, Mrs. Lee Kaffenberger, Mrs. James Bell and Mrs. Ron- ald Raines. Khouryburger Day, sponsored by the Wood River Township Jaycees, will be an all-day event at the Comet Drive-In with proceeds for benefit of the Khoury Baseball League. — Staff Photo. Mrs. Francis Wimberly, Mrs Gordon Chelly, Mrs. Pauline Unterbrink and Mrs. Hartsock. A cake, in the form of a church, a gift from Mrs. Stark, was the enterpiece of the table which was laid in a pink and green col- 1,400 Tickets Sold For Annual Khouryburger Day WOOD RIVER — More than 1,400 tickets have been sold in advance sales for the big Khou ryburger Drive-Inn Day at Saturday, the Come Jim Atkln School get WOOD RIVER — Shirley Pohlen of Chicago, grand guardian Of Job'a Daughters, and her officers, will conduct a school of instruction for members and, officers of Bethel 88 at the" Masonic Temple Saturday. The all-day session will convene at 10 a.m. The Mother's Circle of the Be- or theme. The honorees were presented a ard shower. Mrs. Starkey announced the ugust meeting of the class has >een canceled, due to vacations. Doughnute Stolen EAST ALTON — Wayne Cloninger, driver for Noll's Baking and Ice Cream Co. in Alton, reported to police this morning that two mornings this past week someone had been stealing doughnuts he had left at the front of the East Alton Grocery, 222 E. St. Louis Ave. Cloninger said that he usually leaves his pastry at the store at about 5 a.m. each morning and that the owner of the store arrives at 6 a.m. and takes the order inside. But, according to police, two son, publicity chairman reports The event is being sponsorec >y the Wood River Township Jaycees am" proceeds will go to the Khoury League baseball teams of the area. A ticket sale campaign will be conducted in downtown Wood River tonight from 6 until 9 p.m. Atkinson stated. Lee Kaffenberger, proprietor of the Comet and the originator of the Khouryburger idea, reported this morning that two extra grills are being installed at the restaurant today to take care of the "rush". This • year's event is expected :o exceed- all previous recores, judging from advance sales. Kaffenberger stated he has engaged extra help at the restaurant for Saturday and the staff will be assisted by Jaycee members and Mrs. Jaycees as car hops. Arrangements are being made, 2 Auto Crashes Reported At East Alton •i EAST ALTON—Two minor motor vehicle accidents were reported to police Thursday afternoon. At 2:50 p.m., automobiles driven by Patricia L. Campbell, 25, Rt. 1, Alton, and Delbert Pendleton, 1167 Lorena, Wood River, collided at E. St. Louis and East Alton avenues. According to police, both cars were going east on E. S|. Louis avenue in a line of traffic when the line of cars suddenly stopped. Pendleton, following closely behind the Campbell car, failed to stop in time, police said. No charges were filed over the incident. The Campbell machine was damaged on its rear bumper and splash pan and the entire front end of Pendleton'• car was dam- dozen doughnuts were missing he stated, to serve customers thel will luncheon. • erve the noon-day One* Moist WOOD RIVER-Wilbur Phipps of Washington, D. C., will appear •B guest soloist at the Sunday morning wonhip service of the both Tuesday and Thursday morning when the owner arrived. Lev! Family Reunion EAST ALTON — Shelter' House No. 5 of the Westerner Club Grounds has been engaged for the Levi family annual reunion Sunday, It has been announced by Elbert Levi, president. •—«. Festivities will itart with a «. v *. «. JL "f"™* 1 ? basket dinner to be served at Church, the Rev. Thomas Lowery MOB, . St., has announced. The service will be held at the usual time of 10:45 a.m. following Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Monday, a group of six young people, in company with the minister will leave to spend a week at the Church Youth Camp »t East Bay, Bloomington, fll. The Rev. Lowery will assist with camp activities as a member ot the camp staff and Youth Councilor. Young people representing the church are: Jerry Wright, Delbert Wright, Roy Wallace, Thornton Felly, Joe Wright and Marvin Wright. Most visitors to Germany from abroad came from the United States during 1957, reports the Berlin Tourist Office. South Roxana Paper Drive Saturday SOUTH ROXANA.—Boy Scouts of Troop 24, whose Scoutmaster is Harold Grange, will have their monthly wastepaper drive Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. WSCg Meeta SOUTH ROXANA. — The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church met Wednesday afternoon at the church and Mrs. Charles Norville presented the lesson. Mrs, Lloyd Ellis read the .devotionals and lostesses were Mrs. Louis Tri- x>ut and Mrs. Esther Grange. The subject of the lesson was 'World Federation of Methodist Women." quickly so even those with short lunch hours may enjoy Khoury- burgers for their noon-day meal. Serving will start at 10 a.m. and continue until 2 a.m. Sunday. Pictures taken by the Telegraph of the Tuesday evening Khouryburger eating contest will be shown on the Les Carmichael show over KMOX-TV tonight at 6:05 p.m. Atkinson stated. Hartford Prc-Teen Dance Attended by 76 HARTFORD. — The weekly pre-teen dance at the local shelter house was attended_ by 76 young people Tuesday and was chaperoned by 13 mothers and two fathers. . Those who assisted Mrs. Al Meyers, who sponsors the dances, were Mrs. Ida Coates, Mrs. Jess Grover, Mrs. Roy Haley, Mrs. Helen Fout, Mrs. Lawrence Powers, Mrs. Virginia Moyer, Mrs. Marian Retzer, Mrs. Don Redman, Mrs. Amil WUcox, Mrs. Ed Dabbs, Mrs. Thelma Adams, Mrs. Raymond Dodge, Al Meyers and Raymond Dodge. Two hours later, a motorscooter operated by Danny Ellifritz, 16, Roxana Student Leaves on Trip To South Africa ROXANA. — Terry Johler, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johler of Rosewood Heights, sailed Wednesday on. the S. S. African Star for South Africa from New York as winner of a National prize in the Harold Harding Memorial Essay contest sponsored by the Propeller Club of the U. S. Terry received the prize in the annual essay contest for submitting an essay on the subject, "The American Merchant Marine and Its Importance to the National Economy." He is an honor student at the Roxana High School and a member of the National Honor Society. His English prep teacher, Miss Mary Legate,' has had two top winners from her classes. Kenneth Schubert, son ; of°'Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schubert 1 of'Doerr avenue was a winner two years ago and received a Mediterranean cruise, and Miss Gail Ellis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ellis of South Roxana, won a cruise on the Mississippi as second place, winner. Terry will diseinbark at Duban, Union of South Africa, and will then take.an inland tour, visiting Wood River Boy Hurt In Bike Mishap WOOD ftlVER •• If •rtwrnai La Bonbe, sbc-yeaMtld son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. La Bowbe, 340 Tenth St., were asked he would probably tell anyone that adults are not the only motorists prone to vehicle accidents. Thomas is confined to Wood Rivet fowflshlfj Hospital tor a bump on t»e left side of his head and abrasions to the left knee and elbow suffered in a bicycle collision with another boy near his home Wednesday, He'was admitted to the local hospital for the injuries' Thursday where his condition today was reported as "good." Given emergency treatment and then released Thursday was Mrs. Ruby G. Lawson, 3619 Coronado Or., Alton, a waitress at the Sun* shine Coffee Shop, who incurred first and possible second degree burns to her face when a gas oven exploded at the lunchroom. Piper Drive WOOD RIVER - Scout pack 35 sponsored by American Legion post ^204, will conduct its regular monthly paper drive Saturday throughout the community, Arthur Northway St., scoutmaster ports. Rotary Club Hears Report Of Convention EDWARDSVILLE-A report of the recent convention of Rotary International at Dallas, Texas, was given by Joseph C. Wetzel, official delegate of the Edwards- viile club, at the regular meeting of the local re- VICTORS IN BATON-TWIRLING CONTEST tment Sandra and Carte will compete in the B- Winners in Recreation De^ event at Alton Public Schools stadium— llnols contest at tile State Fair in Spring- from left, Sandra Hurt, Carla Bedwlll, field, Aug. 8.—Staff Photo. Verna Jo Dickson and Kathy Nicholson. It's Your Money Man Is Confused On Payments To Veterans noon in the Rotarians Thursday social room of St. John's Methodist Church, Other local members attending the Dallas convention, accompanied by their wives, were Ernest E. Tosovsky, George L. Moorman and Clarence Gerke. Plans were announced at the Thursday meeting for the local men and their wives to attend the Municipal Opera in St. Louis Aug. 5. The Rotarians will also attend the Cardinal-Milwaukee baseball game Tuesday evening.. 117 E. St. Louis Ave., and an auto-Cape Town, Johannesburg and Hartford HARTfORD. - Note* - Pfc. James mobile driven by Russell Ferguson, 135 S. Shamrock St., collided at Main street and the Big Four Railroad tracks. Both vehicles were going west on Main with the motorscooter running its front fender under the bumper of the Ferguson car. Ferguson, a volunteer fireman, was returning from an alarm at 415 Broadway where a television transformer started smoking. Game Postponed EAST ALTON — Two Softball games — one between girls and boys—were postponed at the village playground this morning because of wet grounds. The two games have been rescheduled for 1 p.m. Monday. Following the girls and boys contest, the two sexes will be mixed up on the two teams for the second game. the famous Kruger National Park. He will also make an overland tour to Lourenco Marques, Moxambigue, Portugese East jot next week. the Junior Chamber of Commerce contest, "I Speak of Democracy," an original oration. Rotary Club Meet* ROXANA. — Sidney W. Frey SPECIALS DISCOUNT PRIDES $139.99 $179.99 $149.9$ $229.00 $219.00 Spann, U. S. Army, is spending a 15-day leave at the home of,his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Spann of E. Second street. After his furlough, Pfc. Spann will return to Fort Bliss, Tex"., where he is stationed. Mrs. Ralph Williams of Belleville is visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Caroline Thomas of W. Third street, this week. Mi's. Frank Atkins of E. Forrest street left this week to attend the wedding of her daughter, Africa, where he will board the African Enterprise for the homeward voyage. Terry has won other contests. He received second place in an essay contest sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary this year, placed first on his entry in the science fair in St. Louis two years ago and repre- To Raze Building For Parking Lot LaRoss Wrecking Co., as contractor for Alton Banking & Trust Co., today secured a city permit for demolition of a 2- story * concrete-block dwelling at 637 E. Fourth St. The lot is to be cleared for parking of automobiles said Anthony LaRoss, operator of the Wrecking firm, and it is his plan to start the razing sented Roxana High School in of E. Fourth Street, to the east of the city parking lot. was program chairman at the Wednesday evening dinner meeting of the Rotary Club at the First Presbyterian Church and showed a colored movie of flow- Miss Shirlene Atkins at Pala- sades, Calif., on July 12. Miss Atkins will be married to Lt. (jg) Ronald Short of California. Before returning home Mrs. Atkins will visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mi's, Arvin Atkins of Mercedes, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Palmer of E. Maple street are visiting their son, the Rev. Miley .Palmer, of Woodland, 111. Most paper used for U. S. >ank notes is produced in Daltop, Mass. FOSTORIA I OB AUTOMATIC Okh-WatlMr I OK 9109,9$ Re*. H* M $9.99 Ctoantr OarlMft Oiipoul , . 991,00 $-0-1 Fry Pan. M4.M WJKWIUQ Keg. W.»5 $9,0$ 6-4unb«un $ttam Irons $10.99 I4l.il I-4-I Wafflt mi $MMJwfdi OrlUi (WPWMW»w , Op** Tfiift 'Til f NIW ALUMINUM CHAIII LQUNQI AT LOWMT PRICK ««4.M If M mtm Value 12,75 1" heavy gauge, highly polished aircraft aluminum, never needs painting, adjusts to 4 position* for ?eal comfort, velon guaranteed type webbing, gig roomy chair to match. ers. Visiting Rotarians were Carl Rogers and Clyde Leonard of Bethalto; Everett Hegeman, of Wood River; Charles Tovosky, of Edwardsville, and William McGuire, also of Wood River. Stationed at Great Lakes ROXANA. — Roger Dorris, son of Cecil Dorris of Jacksonville, formerly of E. Tydeman avenue, Roxana,- and Mrs Dorothy Dorris, of Wood River, is at Great Lakes Training Station with the Navy. He entered the Navy after graduating from high school. BMeball Result* ROXANA. - In the junior division of Little League baseball play Thursday evening on the park diamond, the Red Sox beat the Indians by 4 to 3. Batteries for the Red Sox were Everett and L. Clark and for the Indians, Gombles and Sanchez. The Athletics beat the Sena tors 11 to 3. Winning batteries were R. Hamilton and Stanton and losing batteries were Pile and E. Hamilton. The Yankees beat the Tigers 10 to 5. The winning batteries were,Fleming and Frailey and the losing batteries were Myers and Bivenn. LaRoss said the structure to be removed was once the residence of Fred Luer, meat market owner, prominent in business life of the city hi a former era. He thinks the house was one of the early large-sized dwellings to be construction of concrete blocks here. The house is on the south side Catholic Criticism NOTRE DAME, Lid. if — Too many Catholics are mainly concerned with "observing the customs of the neighborhood," rather than rendering "specific service to God," says the Rev. Thomas T. McAvoy, a church historian, in the current issue of the catholic weekly, Ave Maria. By D. B. GALLAGHER (Q) "I have been told that the United States will supplement the Social Security to veterans of World War I. That is up to $2,700 a year. Where can I inquire about this?" G. B. (A) We are sure you are confused. There is nothing in the works along the line you have in mind. Under 'certain conditions, World War I veterans are eligible For a nohservice disability pension. Visit or write your nearest Veterans' Administration office...';.Give your age and details. regarding your physical or mental condition. You will be advised accordingly. A married veteran receiving a nonservice pension is limited to $2,700 yearly earnings. If his earnings are over .that figure, monthly checks will : be withheld:;; •' (Q) "Recently'my younger brother died. He always'ex- pressed 'the desire that if anything happened to him, he wanted me to have his Social Security as he had paid in on it for years. Our father is still living but they were not very close to each other. "Will you advise how I am covered from my brother's Social Security account." Mrs; A. R. (A) Social Security payments are made according to the law not according to the wishes of those insured. You cannot "will" your payments to anyone. Assuming that your brother was single and that he was not furnishing at least half of his father's support at the time of his death, the only Social Security payment due from his account would be the lump sum burial benefit. This would be from $90 to $255, depend ing upon his monthly benefit credit at the time of his death. This lump sum can be paid to Joe Kellermann Renamed President of Gun Club the person or persons paying th funeral bill, not just assuming the obligation for it. If you paid the bill, appl; through your Social Security o fice. - ., (Q) "I am 66 and getting Social Security for my wife and 16 - year - old daughter. The daughter: is thinking about working part-time after school. Will she lose any of her Social Security checks and will the $600 .dependency apply to her?" '. • . ; ' : : : C. B. (A) The daughter, will be undei the same 'earning restrictions a anyone drawing Social Security monthly' benefits as an insure< person, a dependent or a survivor but it hardly seems likely that dur ing the/ summer months she coult earn enough to cost her any Social Security checks. . ! • ; She can have, yearly earnings o J1.2QO and not lose any monthly checks. But for each $80 or frac tion •, thereof she earns over the $1,200,' .she loses one monthly check. This means $1,200 for the year, not $100 a, month. Example. During the'three months vacation the daughter can earn up to $400 a month and with no other earnings for the year, she won't' lose' any checks.' ' '.''.'.' About the $600, we asume that you mean the $600 income tax exemption.'So long as you provide at least half of the child's support, you are entitled to the $600 exemption. Learn what to do now. Don't wait and learn later what you should have done. Send 35 cents in coin (no stamps) for a copy of IT'S YOUR MONEY Social Security Booklet. Address Social Security Booklet, Alton Evening Telegraph,. Box 344, Grand,Central Station, New York 17,. N. Y, EDWARDSVILLE - Joseph Kellermann was re-elected president of the Edwardsville Gun Club at the annual dinner meet- Ing of the club Thursday evening. Other officers of the club for the coming year are: Robert Dunlap, vice-president; Edward Long, secretary-treasurer; Ted Ladd and Joseph Grebel, directors. All officers served the club last year. The monthly Ladies Day of the Gun Club was held Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. D, H, Mudge Jr., and Mrs. John Mudge as hostesses, following the noon luncheon, bridge and canasta furnished the Afternoon entertain. ment. Winners at bridge were: Gengler, Mrs. Axel Anderson, Mrs. B. J. Hunter, Mrs. Frank Hoffman and Mrs. D. H. Mudge Jr. Canasta high scores went to Mrs. Melvin Hurst, Mrs. Joseph Kellermann and Mrs. Frank White. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE - Two area residents were admitted Thursday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and four patients were discharged. Admitted were: Roger Pfeiffer, Route 2; Mrs, Lurene Shashack, 1226 Undenwood. Scientist* Look »t Religion NEW YORK ff-- The views of 40 American scientists are included in a new book published by G. P. Putnam's Sons called, "The Evidence of God in an Expanding Universe." Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily Alton Dragway to Open With Program Sunday Alton Dragway, said to be the largest racing strip within a 200- mile radius, will open Sunday on the Alton-Fosterburg Road, one mile north of the junction with Rt. 140. A complete drag race program will be offered. A "grand opening" is scheduled for one week later. Races will be held every Sunday, weather permitting, with trophies in all classes-. . • . . Time trials will be held between 8 a.m. and noon. Racing for an expected 300 contestants will begin at 1 p.m. Accommodations for 7,000 spectators include concessions, modern rest rooms, and free parking. It is claimed by the promoter* that organized drag racing in other localities has reduced informal drag racing by as much as 40 per cent. Incorporates of Alton Drag- way are John J. Storey,.president; Alien Tite, .vice-president and secretary; and Milton Kingston, treasurer. The area cover* > W acres of the Storey farm. The strip consists of 3,000 feet of two-lane blacktop, including the racing distance of 1,320 feet 04 mile). Electronic devices will record elapsed time and top time of each contestant. All racing cars must pass an nspection, according to Storey, and drivers must adhere to safety rules. Gasoline is the only fuel permitted. Isaac Berger, the Olympic eatherweight weight-lifting hampion, is an cantorial singer n Brooklyn. Ofcmwitdowtft! lilt money grow to » btok Discharged were; Caulk, 311 Benton; Robert Michael Davis, 315 East Park; Mrs. Mar. garet Warner, Madison County Nursing Home; Ray Bode, Route MM* KRAMER ELECTRIC CO tf £ MltUiON ^^PP'-IIP rfT^IIPW^W^FW WOOOtlVU OMNTONiriTlifP.il. FHONI 44344 Value NATI AftSHT'$ PurnHurt $tort koroM froaj Conwt OrUe-In 88U E. BriMdwtir. Att«ik 8-OMl Convenient Front Do«r Park lof, Open Friday algU till • *. H. Justifiable Complaint TOLEDO, Ohio K — Mrs. Ben Smith, crippled with arthritis, complained to police that a young couple looked at a rug she was trying to sell, complained about her $60 price and set the rug on fire before leaving. Hflpl Y»N QvtrctMt FALSE TEETH

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