Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 26, 1956 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 26, 1956
Page 10
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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 23,1936 TuckerCharged WithReckless Homicide In 3 Jersey Deaths JERSEYVILLE — Inquests into the deaths of Joseph A. Ritter, Omer Erdman and his wife, Leavetta Erdman were conducted Tuesday evening by Coroner Rodney Jacoby at the Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home. The three were killed in an automobile accident on Route 67 A, South State street, Jerseyville, the evening of July 4, when the car driven by Ritter •nd one operated by Gale Tucker of Jerseyville collided. NaggingBackache Sleepless Night Hamlng backache, headache, or mu«cul«f feetiei »t«l pains may com* on with ov«-««r- tlon, emotional upsets or day to dny stress and •train. And folkswhoeatund drinkunwl«ely lomeUmei iuffer mild bladder irritation .. .with that restless, uncomfortable feeling. If you are miserable mnd worn out because of these discomforts, Doan'a Pills often help by their pain relieving notion, by their soothing effect to ease bladder irritation, and by their mild diuretic action through the kidneys — tending to increase the output of the 15 tune* of kidney tube*. So if nagging backache make* you ftel Jragged-out* miserable, with restless, deep* les»nlght»,don 1 twalt,tryDoan'iPil!s,getthe —same happy relief millions have enjoyed for over «0 years. Ask lor new, large, economj ijie and HIT* money. Get Doan't PilU today i At the time of tire accident, Mr. and Mrs. Erdman were passengers in the car belonging to Ritter. and the latter's wife was also a passenger. Of the four riding in the Ritter car, Mrs. Ritter was the sole survivor. She has been a patient at the Jersey Community Hospital since the accident and was removed from there to her home Tuesday. Tucker was accompanied at the time of the collision by Clarence (Jack) Davis, who also suffered injuries requiring his hospitalization. The juries returned verdicts in the three deaths stipulating the manner in which the deaths had been created and the nature of the fatal Injuries received by each of the deceased. The death of Omer Erdman was attributed to severe brain injuries and basal skull fracture. Mrs. Erdman's fatal injuries were listed as severe brain injury and skull fracture. Ritter's fatal injuries were listed as extensive brain injuries and skull fracture. Keith Mundy was foreman of the Special Purchase/ SALE Summer Dresses! 12" '14" $ 16" Priced /or Quick Clearance jury investigating the death of Omer Erdman. Ralph Egelhoff served in the same capacity for the jury inquiring into the death of Joseph Ritter and James Morris was foreman of the jury investigating the death of Mrs. Erdman. Wednesday morning a complaint charging reckless homicide was filed by State's Attorney Claude J. Davis against Tucker before Justice A. Thatcher. Tucker was arrested and arraigned and pleaded not guilty Wednesday morning to the charge. Bond for further examination was fixed in the amount of $10,000 for appearance Aug. 3 at 10 a.m. for preliminary hearing. In default of bail Wednesday morning, Tucker was remanded to the county jail pending furnishing of the required bond. Tucker had previously been charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. A hearing on this charge had been set for Aug. 7 at 10 a.m. Tucker had been at liberty on bail of $5.000 in the case. Wide Awake Coalers MADISON Wis. ff - Atty. Gen. Vernon Thomsor has ruled that a jailer must be present and awake at all times while « prisoner is lodged in a Wisconsin jail — and that a matron must be present and awake whenever a female prisoner is in the jail. Grants Extra Time in Green Sentencing SPRINGFIELD. - (Special.)— United States District Judge Caspar Pratt of Danville, has allowed counsel for Jack Green, Granite City union official, additional time in which to file objections to sentencing Green and a Granite City labor local, convicted on charges of violating the Federal anti-racketeering act. Green and the local were convicted in the court of the late U. S. District Judge J. Leroy Adair, Quincy. It is contended by A. M. Fitzgerald, Springfield, attorney for Green and the union, that Plat to whom the case was assigned for sentencing cannot impose sentence in a case tried before another court. Fitzgerald was given the additional time because he is tied up currently handling the defense of former State Auditor Orville E. Hodge, Granite City, named in 46 indictments in connection with financial irregularities in Hodge's former office. Platt extended the time for Fitzgerald to file briefs from July 23 to Aug. 6. Band seeding is especially valuable for late summer seedings. Mrs. Cora Saylor, 89, Misg Freda Frieman Of Greene County, Dies New Gmfton Reporter CARROLLTON. — Funeral services for Mrs. Cora Saylor, wife of the late William Saylor, a former Greenfield druggist, wore held Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. at the Mehl Funeral Home, with the Rev. Robert Pitsch of the local Methodist Church officiating. Everett Mehl was soloist for the service with Mrs. Lawrence Thien playing the organ accompaniment. Pallbearers, were Francis Geers, R. L. Scott, Floyd Kimbro and Ralph Willis and interment was in a cemetery in Greenfield. Mrs. Saylor, the daughter of the late Rev. nd Mrs. W. Waggoner, was born in Greene County, Nov. 16, 1866. Her husband. William Saylor, a former owner of the Middleton Drug Store in Greenfield, died in 1908. Mrs. Saylor made her home for a number of years here with Mrs, Myrtle Havlin and when Mrs. Havlin moved to White Hall, Mrs. Saylor moved to the home of Mrs. Vallie Dickinson. Becoming ill she was moved a few weeks ago to Boyd Memorial GRAFTON — Miss Freda Frieman will take over the duties as correspondent here for the Telegraph Wednesday, Aug. 1, replacing Mrs. Betty Breden who has resigned. All churches, clubs and other organizations are urged to contact Miss Frieman at 4603 Grafton when they have news for publication. Hospital, where her death occurred Monday, July 23, at 9:15 p.m. Animals can be fatally poisoned by eating nitrate fertilizers. Junior Leaders Of 4-H Clubs Attending Camp EDWARDSVILLE — Four Madison County junior leaders are attending State 4-H Camp at Monticello this week. Delegates from the Madison County Home Economics program are Lavonne Best of the Livingston Lassie 4-H Club and Eileen Hertel of the Liberty Prairie 4-H Club. Delegates from the Agriculture 4-H Club are Allan Hr>sto of Silver Creek Club and Jet Plane Crash Levels Building NEW CASTLE, Pa. W*-A stricken Air Force jet training plane dropped out of the twilight sky Wednesday night, crashed into a building housing a grocery store and apartments, and burst into flames, leveling the structure. The two crewmen bailed out of the plane shortly before it crashed. They suffered only minor bruises as they landed in a field eight miles away. Only Mrs. Sylvester Bockum was in the building when the plane hit. She ran screaming to safety and was hospitalized for shock. Six other persons also were treated for shock. ANNUAL Lay-a-way Sale! »»»»+»»»»»»W+»+WW***»»**»W« COATS SAVE "TWO FOR FIFTEEN" VfMW '•§ CetfeilS 2 for $11 ALTON MAN MADE FURS IN IORGANA .. OLLEGROS .. CLOUD NO. 9 Also .. ALL WOOLS, CASHMERES, BLENDS Shorties.. '/4 Length .. Full Length JUNIORS .. MISSES . .HALF SIZES .. From Gerald A. Stahlhut of the Liberty Prairie Club. The four were selected last fall on the basis of their records in 4-H work. 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