Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 15, 1958 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 15, 1958
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, JULY is, im ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGK3EVBN Unper Alton News Event* BAR M&li fMf% Rolf BREAKS ARM liSVWttJMf A 115-year-old btifstttteted a se- ve« arm frftcttfre, repairing . fl» ol t-Mivef 1 plate, after h? dipped wfifie holding up a 110- pound biff. bell. ttoffiefi S012 Chapin PI., is hi St. JrtKph'd Hospital where he wKl«%*nt surgery to the in* jury tfrhteh Involved both bonea o! the tight arm and torn muscle. A member of the family said young Dottier, had Just hoisted the bar bells .above his head when his foot slipped" on wet grass, near his home Sunday afternoon. The heavy weight began to tall and the youth did not turn loose of It in time. It twisted his arm with such force that it snapped the bones. Young Corner was expected to be in the hospital for a week. His condition is satisfactory. A 10-year-old boy suffered a fracture of the left arm when he fell on the Owens-Illinois baseball diamond Saturday afternoon. Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Fisher, 1522 Spaulding St., was discharged Sunday from St, Joseph's Hospital, His condition is satisfactory. Brace, 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale A. Wickenhatiser, 3416 Lincoln Ave., is in Alton Memorial Hospital with a severe case of poison Ivy. The boy was entered Saturday with virtually his whole body covered by the rash. He has improved and he was expected to be discharged today or Wednesday. A member of the family said St was not known where the boy contracted the rash. Jeffrey, N 9-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Narup. 3710 Wickenhauser Ave., is in St. Joseph's Hospital where he underwent an abdominal operation Monday. The boy was entered Sunday. His condition Is satisfactory and he is e.xpected to be discharged in about a week. ; Robert M. McDaniel, 10, of Newton, Iowa, who is visiting a family on Gary avenue, was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital; Monday night, for a dog bite. MR., MRS. BURMESTER SEE NEW GRANDSON Mr.' and Mrs. Albert Burmester; 3813 Main St., returned from Cincinnati, Monday, where they went to see their new grandson. Their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Hudson, became parents of the boy July 8. He has been named Stephen Michael. Mrs. Hudson is the former Jane Burmester. The couple has one other child, Linda Sue, 2. PASTOR ELECTED BY TABERNACLE BAPTIST The Rev. A. C. Hall has been named pastor of Tabernacle Baptist Church. A meeting will be held Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., at the church. The Rev. Hal], of St, Louis, Was elected to fill the vacancy lef tby the Rev. W. H.' fenford, who mtgnerj towoolard, 2905 Ethel Av*., learn- take a new pastorate several months ago. (HtLOfift fttlLBIW tlftH MtfttAV Golden Rule class of College Avenue Presbyterian Church wilt have a fish supper at Westerner club grounds Friday, &1S p.m. Members are asked to bring table service and a white elephant article. GRANDSON ENDS STAY At WALTER TOMBECkft Tommy Torbeck, grandson of Mr. arid Mrs. Walter Torbeck, 3804 Aberdeen Ave., is back home at Danville. Ind., after spending a month here. The 9-year-old boy was motored home by his grandparents over the weekend. LEAVES BY AIR FOR VACATION IN FLORIDA Charles Ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Ford, 2624 Walnut St., left by plane the past weekend tor a vacation in Ft. Myers, Fla. He will be the guest of 0. H. Daubman and family. Daubman is a cousin of the elder Ford and at one time was a resident of Upper Alton, making his home with the Fords. The family subsequently moved to Vlcksburg, Miss. GAY NINETY CLUB RE-UNION SET AUG. t« Gay Ninety Club will have the annual re-union at Rock Spring Park, Aug. 14, it was announced today. MILTON CENTER BACK AT MARK TWAIN SCHOOL Milton Youth Center h,eld its first session in four weeks. at Mark Twain School, Monday night, and some 200 young people attended. The Center has been using Milton School while .Mark Twain was being redecorated. Officers of the Center were notified late of the move back to Mark Twain. They set up a transportation plan to motor the young people, who showed up at Milton, back to the former meeting place. . A report was made on the Center's first excursion on the Steamer Admiral. Some 150 attended, including 25 adults. Sessions will be held at Mark Twain next Monday, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Chaperones were: Mrs., Clarence Whitten, Mrs. Ernest Shobe, Mrs. Maurice Stauffer, Mrs. Maurice Wickenhauser, Mrs. Leroy Bordeaux, Mrs. C. Burress, Mrs. W. Monahan, Marion Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter. L Lintz, Mrs. Walter J. LJntz. REGINALD WOOLARD PROMOTED TO MAJOR Reginald Woolard has been pro moted to major in the army, hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russel ed here today. Major Woolard Is stationed If) Get-many, near fiod Tote. Me and His wife and children, Reginald, Martha, 6, and Guthrie, 4, have been in Germany for the past 2U years. Before entering the service during World War tt, the officer was graduated from Alton High School and attended the slty of Illinois. WIND TOPPLES TREK ON SEMINARV STREET A tree was toppled by the wind Iti the 2200 block of Seminary St., Monday, 8:50 p.m., police reported. The tree fell on the sidewalk. A resident had called to report thr» damage and said that wires had been pulled down and were burning. Police, could find no wires down in the area. METHODIST ffO ATTEND StIB DISTRICT MEETING Members of Main Street Methodist Church will attend a sub district meeting tonight, 6:30, at East Alton Methodist Church. • Those who wish transportation are asked to meet at the church at 6 o'clock. Commission on membership and evangelism will meet Wednesday, 8:30 p.m., at the church. Midweek services will be at 7:30, Wednesday. ACCESSORIES STOLEN FROM BIKES ON COLLEGE Several bicycles parked at the College Avenue Presbyterian Church Monday night were stripped of some accessories, police reported. Thomas Anton, 1710 Clawson handlebar grips, and a tail light were taker from two of several bicycles belonging to youths • who were attending a scout meeting at the church. BOY FLEE 1 DENTIST, MOM TELLS POLICr Finding a 7-year-old boy with a dentist bib around his neck proved as hard as pulling teeth for poJice today. STORAGE BVILDING ON WAY DOWN Building & Loan office.— Staff Photo. Building at State and Wall which will bf> razed to Make way for new Piasa Multi-Purpose Room At Moro To Cost $23,421 North Alton News Delegates Report On Baptist Youth Meeting Don Green, and the Misses Glehna Fulks and Lana Eco- medes have reported to Cherry Street Baptist Church on their to the Fifth Baptist World Youth Conference which was held in Toronto, Canada, on June 27- EXPLORER SCOUTS 1H EDWARDSVlLLE-In a final re- HAVE CAMPOUT TKIP port on the construction of a multi-! Explorer Scouts 78, sponsored FISH TRUCK IN RIGHT PLACE It would seem that this fish truck is in the right place to cateh some of its product, as it splashes through the pool on Broadway near Alton Plaxa Monday evening. — Photo by Jack Erwin. Godfrey Congregational Launches Fund Campaign GODFREY — Glennon ' Jackson i purpose room at Moro school, the by Hoffmeistcr Dads Club, te-i wft s named general chairman of p. p Board of Education of District 7j turned Monday night from a ia campaign organization which onicn D\ Monday night approved the, total weekend carnpout on Landon's will seek to raise a fund for a cost of $23,421. The contract for construction of: the room had been awarded toj Mejvin Suhre of Edwardsville with the added provision that Suhre and Architect, Edward Kane attempt to economize on cost of the build- 'Lake near Brighton. The six boys and their adviser, William McGiffen, and assistant adviser, Ed Griesemer, were guests of Clayton Landon. Main event of the campout wns new church building for the Com-| munity Congregational Church of Godfrey. George Heath Sr., and William Jarrett wore appointed co-chairmen. Building will be erected on a two-acre plot belonging to the On Way To Work After arriving at, American Smelting & Refining Co. plant at Federal, shortly after 6 a.m. today, Dewey Daniels of 831Va Union St. called Alton police department, to report he had been ul- Tsiides Tere shown by «"* »' •»« *P°"«» «»' the new a fishing contest, Winner was Bon — "^^^ north of the bitten by a dog on his right ankle uui.) £. Oliui-a ,v\ciu auuv .'„,,;„,. .„,,«.. ghnnt «3 fVin ™,n,. Hio'Rr deemnn. Who CSIltrht n three _ .- -.. . _ . . uihnn •>( ITninn onrl r.n\A ivaMno Don Green of scenes in Canada! saves about $3,000 over thc.'Brldgeman, who caught * three Amusement Park To Entertain Orphans Catholic Children's Horn* .youngsters will be guests of iranagement at the Piasa Creek Amusement Park Wednesday afternoon, owner PatricK O'Brien told the Telegraph today. O'Brien has completed arrangements with the Rev. Father Casimir Andruskevitch, superintendent of the home, to entertain the children between 12:30 and 4. A local ice cream firm and a bottling company have arranged to provide them with free re» and of the conference. • old price. I pound bass. Godfrey Elementary School on Godfrey road. The amount of the at Union and Gold waitingjfreshments. Eight thousand delegates rep- Kane was authorized to adver-| Other boys who attended were; fund .sought was not announced, resenting 63 countries were reg- tise forbids on construction of theiDavc and Jerry Ellington, Wal-j Tne pro j e ct is the first stage of istered. ,"ew junior high school. He toldlter Settles, Dave Andrews, and| a long range plan that will pro- The theme of the conference: the board that the price of the [Merle Bradshaw. was,'*-"Christ for'the World — ischool would probably exceed the ! original estimate of $875,000. The Now". The Rev. Joel Sorenson of!capacity of the school has been Stockholm, Sweden, chairman of,raised from about ,675 students to the youth committee of the Bap-'about 900, it was reported. Kane i list World Alliance, presided over! was also authorized to take alter- The boy had gone to a Wash-j t he sessions. Prime Minister John ington avenue dentist this morn-JDiefenbaker spoke. * ing with his mother. He held upi ' „ well enough until the instruments' . , . came into sight but then the puiij Greenbrier finishes of fear showed much stronger than the dentist's forceps which were about to remove a tooth. The boy jumped out of the chair and headed out the door. He was last seen tearing down Washington with the white dentist bib flying. He had a long run for home. nate bids to economize on certain features of the building. along were Eddie Also and going Donny Griesemer, son and nephew of. Mr. Griesemer. SPENCERS EX ROUTE TO MIAMI, FLORIDA vide a modern sanctuary, a fellowship hall, and an educational unit. for his ride to work. Police investigated to determine ownership ot the dog, and ordered it. kept restrained for an observation period. The amusement park completed installation yesterday of a new 64-foot ferris wheel, raising the number of rides at the park to ieight. An Important event in the campaign will be the family church get-together dinner, July 29, 6:30 p.m., in the church basement. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Spencer and JMembers and friends of the 'Option-Seeker' Hanged In Effigy Near Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE.—An "option- TV, KM f ^ *• „ , i children ' Vicki| Deborah . •najchurch will be guests. There will «, e eker" hanged in effigy from a The bids of Madison Construe- steven, of Stanka lane, left today j bo no solicitation. Provisions will He lives on the western end ofj today. Third, Owner Says JERSEYVILLE — Greenbrier, a 7-year-old pacer, ran third in the second heat in the 2.16 pace at the Jersey County Fair Saturday and not fourth as was published in the Telegraph, Tom Long/ co-owner of the horse said L Middletown. Police were confi- Long said it was a photo fin- dent he would make it. But it turned out he outwitted (tures to them but not his mother. TheJGreenbrier tion Co., Edwardsville, and Helmkamp Excavating and Trucking Co., Wood River, lor rough grading work at the junior high school site were rejected. The Madison Construction Co. bid was for $57,950 and the HeJmkainp bid was for $59,846. Both bids included provisions for 630 feet of 42-inch concrete culvert for storm water drainage at the site. The board indicated they perhaps could eliminate the culvert feature and will tor a two-week vacation in be made to care for children, Miami, Fla., where they will be guests of Mr. Spencer's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spencer. En route they will visit tormer Alton residents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Eschback, in Georgia. WAR DAD'S AUXILIARY MEETS TONIGHT Other committee chairmen named were , as follows: Robert Copley, advance and memorial gifts; Norman J. Klein, general gifts; William Jarrett, budget and audit; Leo -Dodson, listing; Mrs. Oliver Schroeder, meals; Mrs. Ernst Leimbach, program assistance; Mrs. Carl Herzog, office as- American War Dad's Auxiliary instance; Mrs. Homer Graves, Iwill meet today at 7:30 p.m. nij pl . a y er group; Mrs. Roland Wil- Smart! She'll have nothing but Milton Cleaners SAN I TONE DRY CLEANING ,-' for this dress! Yea, this dress will always t be Sanitont Dry. Cl«an*d '• because that's the cheapest beauty insurance for clothes. It gets them so much cleaner . . . keeps colors bright... retains the look and feel of newness so much longer. So, try us for all your dresses and SEE the difference! Call op us for service today! Milton Cleaners No Porkinfl ProMtms-nDrivt In! boy headed for the home of ani thirtl ln the second boat. ish and judges had to study Pic- ire . advertise lol . new bids in' a the honl ° of Mlx Harrison Marf>h .ihelm Jr., reservations; Mrs. C. A determine whetlierj short whj)e J2504 Hardy St.. according to Mrs. iNico | et and Mrs. Glennon Jack- finished second or, Several members of the Glen! Eu 8 ene Buckshot, president Ison, publicity; and Kendall Hunt- aunt on Lampert street. His mother, , anticipating the move, called her sister, who, -phone In hand, looked out the window and there came thfr flying bib. He is back in custody of his family. ALTON GARDEN CLUB TOURS CARPENTER FARM Members of the Alton Garden Club made a tour of the well- known Love Farm in the Carpenter area Sunday afternoon. Some 30 members saw what they described as an outstanding rock garden and another garden made which that area. Recent regular meeting of the club was at the home of Dr. Gor- up wholly of wild flowers the owner had collected in don Moore on Washington ave-pf nue, ..where members viewed his . flowers. Mrs. freshments. Moore served re- MA1N METHODIST WSCS TO MEET THURSDAY Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Thursday at the Main Street Methodist Church. Executive board will meet at 10:30 a.m. A potluck lunch will be served at 11:45. Business session will be in the afternoon. The Rev. and Mrs. Watson Phornton, former missionaries to Japan, will speak on their work in that field. He now m . . .. . ,;Carbon village board appeared at: The horse, which was rescued th mnt]ng \ relalion " : i & from a rendering plant last Feb-L, ,, r , ruary, finished third in the first] heat, Long said. Fines Total $300 For Speeding Youth Police , Magistrate Schreiber use building as a youth center. They re. jected a board proposal to rent the building at a fee of $1 per year, indicating purchase of the building would be preferable. Board President Albert Cassens and Supt. A. Gordon Dodds were authorized to draft an agreement in which the called attention today to an error building would be rented lo the vil in the Telegraph's account, Mon-j lage m , m a referendum in April, day evening, of the penalties im- wl)Pn the struclure would . he au . posed on a 16-year-old Missouri lhoria , d tor sale under a vole . Thr Point youth who led a policeman | schoo i has been jd|e for aboul five on a wild speeding chase here 1 late Saturday night. The total of fines imposed was $300, the police record shows, not $275. With costs, the total pain for the boy to regain his liberty, after pleas Sunday, was 5345. hat a pastorate in Greenfield. RASH OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS LISTED Several minor accidents involving' Upper Alton residents or, occurring in the area were listed by police today, including a hit- run report. Robert R. Thompson, 3408 Gill-i years. Stanley A. Kyro of Edwardsville was awarded the contract to furnish coal for the district's schools for the coming year. Wells Tire Sales and Michels Tire and Battery Co. both of Edwardsville, were awarded a contract on a 5050 basis for supplying new and recapped tires for the school buses. YOU mmm WHERKVKR YOU TURN I You tcldom drlv« 9 Mock dayi without Httni • n*w vow QLDSMOBILB QMALITV DIALIM'f Thli popularity It « iurt ilan of MM f«MMM IVM ytu cm •IBM) riabt MW' &t l*tm MM *iT«Mrih» MtrlM ef •wftl*! an OWi. FbH l« wlti nationally In Itt clpu . . . traditionally o loadtr In rttal« valtw, tool WAUMOTOiCO. IS* ftraidww, Alton •AY MOIOI CO. £dw»rdtvlil* Road »| Wbitelaw Ave., Wood River • NUT HIT ININt 10 A MW OkUttjBIUI II A lOW«*IAtf IHMT harn Ave., told police he was traveling south in the 2300 Mock of Central avenue, Monday, 11 p.m., whelh his '^ar was sideswip* ed by another machine, which did not stop. A mishap involving an Upper Alton motorist occurred at 7th and Ridge streets, Monday, 11:45 p.m., Drivers were listed «s Charles T. Mason, 1315 Washington Ave., and 0. N. Burks, ol near Brighton. Police said that Mafcon was traveling northeast on Ridge and made two wide a right turn into Seventh, striking the car of Burk which was halted at the stop sign. A car crashed into the rear of another machine In the 2500 block of Washington avenue Monday morning. Drivers were listed as Mrs. Agnes M. Amberg, 1100 Central Ave.. and Colonel L. Owens, 311 w aoth st. Police said that the Owens' car struck the othejr machine which was stopped. A car struck a utility pole in th* 200 Wock of Main St.. Monday, 5:$ p.m., after the steering gear failed. Polloe «a|4 that Virgil Panzer, of KWM>i an automobile mechanic, wa* felting the steering 6f the car when it "went out" and struck the pole. Panzer was r«. ported slightly injured. . Police listed a report that * barricade on College avenue §t Pleasant sweet was knocked down by a motorist Monday, 9:30 p.m. S. A. NATIVES TO TALK IN U. S. ON APARTHEID To counteract "lying propaganda" about South Africa's "apar* .theid" or race segregation, the Government is sending six nativesj and three coloreds to the United r ST. RUTH CIRCLE TO MEET WEDNESDAY Ruth Circle of Elm Street Presbyterian Church will meet with the cancer dressing workers Wednesday at 9 a.m. in the church. Sack lunch will be served at noon'. Lesson leader for the 1 p.m. circle meeting is Mrs. Emmett Spatz. Each member is asked to er, speakers. Announcement of the appointments was made by the campaign steering committee made up ol 15 men and women of the church. on a new-model air conditioning installation there. The engineers will be in and out of the building for a week, police were told, while the performance of the new equipment is checked. The tree in front of one home and a gas pipe "cannon" set up on another property owner's lawn appeared to be the only new developments today in the continuing protest of landowners in the area southwest of here against efforts of a St. Louis realty firm to acquire purchase options on an estimated 2,000 acres of land for an undisclosed client. A dummy dressed in trousers shirt and an old hat, was ob served late Monday evening sway ing in the breeze from a tree on a front lawn near Ihe inter section of Bluff and Fangenrotl roads in the "option" area. On a nearby farm on Bluf road the property owner reportec today he heard a truck leave late Monday evening and when he investigated, found a "can study the first, three chapters of engineers had credentials to "Meet Dr. Luke." Mrs. Frank Ecclrs will duct devotions. ENGINEERS AT SCHOOL, NOT INTRUDERS Air conditioning engineers in. (show their identity, and were - more than surprised when they found their presence at the school had brought such quick investigation. Police had been informed bv a stead of burgWs were found by police at the Eunice Smith School on Upper Henry street when rush response was given late Monday evening to a report that some intruders from a parked car had been seen to enter the building. Men who had entered the school, it was learned, were en gineers of American Air Filter Co., who are running some tests ! States, Port Elizabeth learns. They will go on a lecture tour to put the racial situation in South Africa in its "true perspective" for overseas audiences. The idea Is to convince overseas critics that many nonwhite support apartheid policies. Husbands! Wives! GetP«f.Vm;FNlYoiM{w Tbouamjj of coupl*. «,« w»»k, wum-out, etbauiled bemtu* body Itcki iron. For new chance observer who had seen the car driven to the rear of the building and two men enter. PANORAMIC WINDSHIELDS FOH ALL CAMS ger ItcHuf »Jt« '40, toy Oltiei Tonic rti. Contain iron for new pep, vim; plu» high-potency dOM "" ' "*^ • • high- p day. O ilrci au oyfleri . ai much iron u 16 doz. 16 1U. of beef. tat. o* LYONS GLASS) CO. S4S* ••!!• •!•! 9.9731 hen I went out to take a look, ound the 'cannon" on our lawn eside the sign," the property wner told^ the Telegraph thi« morning. He asked that his nams withheld. The hanging in effigy and ap- searance of the "cannon" ob- iously tied in with the protests f landowners in the area who ave banded together in a con- ;erted move to thwart efforts if a St. Louis real estate firm o obtain purchase options on a sizeable acreage southwest of here for a mystery client. non" constructed of 4-inch gas pipe and mounted on wheels standing beside a sign. "We heard the truck leave and Watch •Jewelry Repairing Expert Service 'Fully (Guaranteed STONE BROS. TELEPHONE J-711S Alton, HI. — 111 W. 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