TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1954 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Oil City Council «-» * m -tf -W% ft •* Rejects Lone For Park Lighting WOOD RtVEft — Members of the City Council at their meeting Monday fright rejected the lone bid received for installing lights at the West End playground. The bid was turned down because it was higher than the original estimate. Tabled from the special meet- Ing last Monday, the council moved officially last night to concur with the City Traffic Commission's recommendation that the Deluxe Cab Comjwny's request for a cab zone near Paynic'i shoe shop on Wood River Ave. be denied. The commission, by a 5-2 vote had recommended denial, one of the grounds being there were already traffic hazards in that area. DST Established The council passed an ordinance establishing Daylight Saving Time in the city, which will save future councils the trouble each year. The new ordinance provides that each year from now on, the last Sunday in April be the start of Daylight Saving Time, and the last Sunday in September the end. Daylight Saving Time thus goes into effect here Sunday at 2 a.m., as at numerous other communities in this region. Referred to the Traffic Commission for a recommendation was a proposal by S. L. Mullen, owner of Mullen's Service Station, Wood River . and Acton Aves., on removal of curb and guttering as part of the widening of the street in that sector. Bills in the amount of $12,480.14 were allowed. The council set a near record, negotiating all their business in exactly one hour. , TWO citizens, apparently Interested in the recent appointment of a Chicago man as police chief here, directed questions of inquiry to the City Council at its regular meeting at City hall Monday night, and after hearing the answers departed from the meeting saying they were satisfied the appointment was a good one. . Cite* Record of Coutre Late in the meeting, one man asked to know the record of the newly appointed police chief, Roy Coutre. City Manager R. E. Harbaugh went over the former Chicago police sergeant's past service record, which dates back to 1922, his aptitude and IQ' test scores, war record, etc. He explained the man was selected on the basis of tests rather than on politics. One other resident queried the council as to whether it thought the members of the police department would give the new chief 100 per cent cooperation. The answer was yes. Futher, he asked, wouldn't it have been better If a man from Wood River had been appointed, thereby making a better chief?, Harbaugh brought out records of all members of the force who had applied for the chief's job, and showed that only one man was actually from Wood River, while one was from Trenton, Tenn., and another from Carrollton. Commenting on Coutre's appointment, Mayor Ivan Kramer told approximately 10 spectators: "It took a lof of courage to make the move we did. I think it is the right thing." Spend Easter Hera WOOD RIVER. — Mr. and Mrs. John McCune of Champaign, son and daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCune, 911 Lorena Ave., were home for the Easter vacation. McCune will receive a degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Illinois in June. OES Meet Set WOOD RIVER.—Formal guest night will highlight the regular meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star Thursday night at 7:45 at Odd Fellows Hall. Mrs. Tom Richardson is general chairman for the affair, with Mrs. William E. Wolf in charge of refreshments and Mrs. Eva Dennis in charge of table decorations. Evanoff Da Wood River Pair To Observe Date '9 25th Wedding e Saturday Vote ° M Use water left over from cooking vegetables for thinning condensed soups, WOOD RIVER—Mr. and Mrs. George Evinoff will celebrate the 25th anniversary ot their wedding with an open house at their home, | 254 LorenJ Ave., from 1 o'clock 1 until midrrkht Saturday. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. The Evajwffs were married in Ziegler ar4 have resided in this community about 16 years. They are parents of two children. George, a junior at Southern Illinois Univelrsity, Carbondale, and Mrs. J. R. Smith, who is residing at home While her husband is on military assignment overseas. The senior Evtjnoff is an employe at the Granite! City Steel Company. Jaycees Shown Film on Palsy At Wood River WOOD HIVER. — Merle Hungerford, sjc-etary of the United Cerebral Palpy Chapter of Madison Coun:y, spoke and presented a film to members of the Township Junior Chamber of Comment at their meeting at a local cafe' Monday night. The filrn revealed methods of treatment of palsy, physical therapy, teaching of necessary skills to patien s, etc. The Jaycees will aid i i some way the Postman's Walk of May 25, when postmen will put on a drive to secure fuids for the campaign. The club approved giving communities in the township a resolution sup wrting a Grade A Milk or'dinance Dick Wlson was named commissioner of the Little League baseball project, now in the formative stages. Preliminary plans wire made to register boys for the program. Reports on the teenage rodeo, May 22, with George Lewis, chairman; the May Day-Pray Day project of May 1, were given. Ed Hamlin was placed in charge by President Dale Fink of securirg more information on a project adopted by the state Jaycees, promoting redistricting of state. Plans f6r a spring dance were made, bijt no definite date set. Election jof officers will take place at fhe next general membership meeting May 17, Fink announced. Guests at the meeting Monday night weife Roy Burrus, Mildred Roderick] Carl Ullman, Bob Madison, Howard Staats, Ronald McAdow, Roger Harris, Fred Tarcza, <jmd John La Bash. 200 Children Enjoy . IJartford Egg Hunt HARTFORD. — Approximately 200 children participated in the annual Easter egg hunt Sunday afternoon which was staged by memljers of the Civic League at the wpter tower playground. Cash awards were given to 48 youngstej-s who found colored eggs with numerals on them designating the amount of their prize. The cash prizes were made possible by members of the League who made individual contribut ons. Fifth in Spelling; Bee HARTFORD. - Catherine Retzer, 13-year-old Woodrow Wilson representative, placed fifth in the sc mi-finals of the Globe- Democrat National spelling bee broadcast Saturday over St. Louis staion KWK. The Hurtford girl, one of the 16 contestants competing for the May finals for the St. Louis championship, was spelled down on 'forensic.' Catherine is the daughter of Mrs. Marian Retzer of S. Delmar. Read Telpgraph Want Ads Daily! Probation Officer Mrs. Wagner Stresses Need For Dependent Children's Home At Auxiliai y Meeting WOOD RIVER—The need for a temporary home for delinquent and dependent children in Madison County was stressed by Mrs. piner McAfe* Wagner, chief county probation officer, Monday night at a meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at the Legion hall. She sab) Madison County is the third largest in the state, but has no such provision (or needy chil. dren. Emphasizing the need tor additional help, in the probation department, Mrs, Wagner said children were contacted by 'the probation office in 1933. She asked the auxiliary to support child welfare programs through the community, and to think about person* who might provide Jester homes lor the chij. dj-en. She aiked cooperation o| the group in reporting neglected diil- made urday a It wa Lyons w tides at Alton the Legi Hughes, director, May 3 WOOD RIVER ~ Members of Laborers Local 338 will meet Wednesday morning at ?:30 to vote on the latest wage proposal submitted by the Construction Employer's Council, against whose members the local Is on strike. James Pickerill, business agent, who announced the meeting, said the CEC offer is a flat 10 cents per hour raise, on a co"tract that would extend 18 months. It would be retroactive to Feb.,21. The Laborers' strike entered its 43rd day today. Pickerill said it was "possible" the negotiating committee of the Union would meet later this week with the CEC Bargaining Committee. At that time, Pickerill noted, it is also possible the CEC may be in a position to say yes or no to a request the union made at last Wednesday's meeting for a 12U rents per nour raise retroactive to Feb. 21, but for an additional 10 cents per hour raise which would RO into effect Jan. 1,1955. instead of July 1,1954, as originally demanded. A spokesman for the employers said today that the last proposal of the local was rejected when submitted by the committee and the action has been approved by the council. The last proposal presented to the local, said the spokesman, was to equalize the scale of Local 338 with that of the adjoining territory of Alton. The committee was requested by the CEC to submit this proposnl to the entire members of the local for approval. Roxana Scouts Make Pilgrimage Group of 30 Travel To State Park Saturday ROXANA — Approximately 30 scouts, explorers and leaders from Troop and Post 63 of Roxana Presbyterian Church made the Thomas Lincoln Historical Scout pilgrimage last Saturday. The group left Friday afternoon and set up camp in Lincoln Log Cabin State Park, near Mattoon. After cooking their own breakfast in the park the group started on the hike. They visited the log cabin in the park where Lincoln's father and stepmother spent their last years. They then hiked to his parents' graves which ai« in an old cemetery about three miles away. Boys making the hike were Jerry Cuddy, Arthur Mikkelson, Kenneth Schubert, John Pickering, Victor Ventille, Curtis Cox, Bob Hunt, Harry Leamy, Bill Steiner, Dale Carroll, Todd Norvell, Larry Leamy, Roger Dorris, David Richards, Dick Hake, Curtis Schubert, Bobby Hobson, Patricia Leamy, Danny La- Tempt, Alan Sweet, John Donham. Leaders making the trip were J. G. Cuddy, A. H. Mikkelson, G. 0. Norvell, Loo Schubert, Bill. Baker, Eldon Hobson. and Scoutmaster Harry J. Loamy. Boys To Register For 'Little League' AtRoxana ROXANA — Registration for little league baseball will be Wednesday and Thursday of this week at the recreation office in the Community building. Wednesday will be for boys who will be in the small league and Thursday for boys in the larger division. Boys who will be 8 years of age but not 11 year old by the first day of August 1954 will be in the smaller group and will register Wednesday. Boys who will be 11 years of age but not 14 by the first day of August, 1954, will be in the larger league and will reglstei Thursday. Birth or baptismal certificates will be required for age verifica tion upon registration. Hours for registration will be from 3 to 5 p.m. on both days and from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday. , Fractures Leg ROXANA — Bobby Elliott, 6, 262 Elm St., suffered a fractured left leg Sunday when he fell from a fence near his home. He was admitted to Wood River Township Hospital and his condition is reported to be good. More Blood Donors Needed To Reach Quota At East Alton dren. In cha-ge of the program was Mrs. J. J. Davidson, child welfare cha.irmar. Six members of the Juji ior Auxil ary presented songs, ac- comparuid by Mrs. E. R. Durham. They were Jill Mellott, Karne Schenk, Donna Boren, Carol Sue Peek, July Grove and Judy Jones. Mrs. I wham, radio chairman, will partcipate with the president and vice president of the Hartford Auxillao in a radio program on J63Q|,chU4 we are and popfty day Sat 12:45. announced Mrs. Edith present an exhibit of ar le by disabled veterans State Hospital May 17 «t H hall. Mrt, Curtis R. East St. Louis, district will be a guest at the meeting Q| th* group DON'T MISS OUR OPEN HOUSE THURI.-FRI.-SAT. APRIL 22, 23, 24 FREE GIFTS F«r Cvtryoiw - PLUS Bit IrwJ Priw SKELQAS MME ALTON Hearing Friday In Vote Contest EDWARDSVILLE — County Judge Michael Krrmey set 2 p.m. Friday. April 23, as hearing on a petition contesting the April 13 election of Robert M. Miller as Democratic commltteeman In Alton Precinct No, 22. The contest petition wns filed Monday by Cleve H. lx>gan, apparently defeated by Miller for the party two- COLOR GUAttD RECEIVES FLAG—Wtlllam Magurarty, commander of the Standard Oil Torch Club color guard, receives a Hag from William Doll, president of the Torch Club. The color guard then raised the flag on the pole during ceremonies near Fosterburg. The flag was presented to the club by the Foremen's Club.—Staff photo. 300 Signed To Date EAST ALTON—More than 300 persons have signed up to donate pint of blood each at the East Alton bloodmobile visit this week. The two-day visit, Wednesday and Thursday, will be t he only bloodmobile trip to the East Alton area this year, it was announced. The quota will be 350 pints. The American Legion is the sponsoring organization, and is receiving the active support of the Westerner Club in achieving its goal. The hloodmobile will be at the East Alton American Legion Hall il) April 21 and 22 from noon until 6 p.m. With a goal of 350 lints to cover the needs of the ! ive local participating hospitals, approximately 50 more donors are needed to reach the minimum. Anyone who has not been signed up to date is urged to show up at any time Wednesday or Thursday between noon and 6 p.m. In view of the fact that one of East Alton's own residents has received 136 pints of blood from the bank supplied by the bloodmobile, the response of citizens of this community in registering for the Wednesday and Thursday visit is disappointing, a spokesman for the township blood program said today. Mrs. Don Carroll of 53 West Drive, East Alton, reported personally to the Telegraph today that had it not been for the Red Cross blood program she would probably have died. Today her physical condition seems normal she said, thanks to the 133 pints of blood provided her in treatment of a blood condition. When a patient at Barnes Hospital, SI. Louis, she received 50 pints and at the Alton St. Joseph Hospital she received 83 pints, according to. official record. Uiikogle& Entertain EAST ALTON. - Mr. and Mrs. William Linkogle of 111 Henry St. entertained with a family dinner Sunday in honor of their one-year-old granddaughter, Sally Moore, who was baptized at the Sunday morning worship service at First Methodist Church. Sally, who was sponsored by her aunt, Miss Ann Linkogle, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moore, 137 E. Alton Ave. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loveless of Springfield, cousins of the Linkogles. Fractures Foot EAST ALTON-Annette Janko, 12, fractured a bone in her foot Sunday in a jump from an embankment while playing at Rock Springs Park. After x-ray of the foot at Wood River Township Hospital Monday, a cast was applied and she was equipped with crutches. Annette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Janke, 425 Monroe St., plans to resume her studies as a seventh grade pupil at East Alton Junior High School Wednesday. Telegraph Want Ads CLICK 48 New Members Received Into Roxana Church ROXANA. — FiHy-eight per- ons were received in First 'resbyterian Church during the faster season: Mrs. Harry Echoles, Mrs. Lorn Walker, Robert W. Hunt by otter; Hugh J. Oldham. Mrs, Gertrude Oldham. on restate- nent of faith; William J. Allen, Charles and Ronald Everett, Villiam Farley, Edwin K. Harb:e, Larry Hobson, Paula and Vickl Hamilton, John R, Kloin- irt, Roger Coyle and Richard Dale Lowery, Allan R. Wilson, on examination. Jane K. Arterberry, Mrs. Ells Briggs, Don Briggs, Mrs. loy Carson, Michae 1 Carson, Paricia J. Carson, Dale Dickerson, ilarry Echoles. Clarence Hunt, Mrs. Clarence Hunt, Ronald" lunt, Mrs. J. C. Lawrence, Gay -.awrencc, Henry Oiler, Ramona Sue Pivoda, Patricia Ann Purdy, Rita Rawlins, Barbara K. Rogers, Judith Ann and Robert J. Ruskin, Linda Salsman, Stephen Uhles, Gayle Sue and Gary Walker, Mack and David Weiss, 'Charles Wiley, Mrs. Earl Waltz, Jane Alice and Judith Ann Waltz, and Judy Neal on profession of faith. Break-In Reported At East Alton School EAST ALTON •- A break-in at he Lincoln School Sunday school Sunday night' WHS reported to >olice Monday, but apparently nothing was taken irom the building. Some of the athletic equipment in the gymnasium was re- wrted tampered with, but noth- ng was found missing. The rest of the school appeared unmolested. Police said entry was parently gained through southwest door of the gym. To Attend Belleville Uleel EAST ALTON — A delegation rom East Alton will attend the neeting of the Southwest Division of the School Adminis- rators 1 Association in Belleville onight. Most of the 20-man policy com- nittee, members of the school board, school principals and superintendent of Schools Charles T. Gabbert ere scheduled to attend the dinner meeting. ap- the A Bargain a Day Kcept the WoU Away! Homemade BKEF RAKBKCUK 12-oz. BQ_ 22-oz. AQ. Jar 09C j ar 90C Wua-h lor Our Big 3rd ANNIVERSARY SALE! COMING SOON! J. A. W. MARKET Suuth Roxang New Correspondent Named at Hartford HARTFORD. — Mrs. Rub'y Zagar, 112 E, Elm St., today accepted the post of Hartford correspondent for the Alton Evening Telegraph. She will begin her duties May 1, replacing Mrs. Invm Maupln, who resigned to accept n full I lino position in the office of Olln Industries. Church, club, school and personal Items may be phoned to Mrs. Zagar at. 4-6962. Sale Of Priority 3 Housing Parcels Slated Wednesday T' I C*'"t* A * ffWM A .3 _...___!.. i EAST ALTON — A drawing for those in Priority Three who have offered to purchase parcels. In the Defense Housing Area will mlt nd commlttoeman post by a voto mRrjjIn. - — — .- - —.. Unofficial returns R«VP Miller mwnf "R '" f he Housing 129 votes and Lognn 127. The nmps <T - Polorlnn, walty officer result. WHS expected to be unchanged In the official county canvass of returns nearlng completion today «t the office of County Clerk Eulalia Hot*. Judge Klnney entered nn order, upon Logan's verified petition, impounding all ballots, poll books, tally sheets and official records relating to the primary election In Alton Precinct 22. Lognn personally guaranteed costs on his contest suit, filed on his behalf by Attorney Hnrold G. Tnlley of Alton. Errors in counting voles for tho two principals wnt> charged in lx>Rnn's contest, petition, which fnllort to allege any fraud In connection with the commit- Iceman race. 1-xiRan contended lhat he ro- be held at 10 o'clock Wednosdny Housing Office, R, realty officer f tho Public Housing Adminis- rntlon. snld today. Those in Priority Three, vet- rnn occupants who wish to pur- hase parcels other than those which they now reside, have ad five days in which to sub* their offers to purchase, the deadline is tonight. Polodna said 14 offers were ubmltted up to this morning, ind he expected nn additional hree or four by the deadline. Each persor, submitting an ifter listed the parsels he ceived more averred that legal votes and a court recount Record Crowds AtHarlford Easier Services * HARTFORD. — The pnstors of the four churches who are members of the Hartford.Ministerial Allinnce announced a record at- lendance In each of the churches Sunday when a combined total of 900 worshippers attended the Easter morning services. The Sunday night services closed the Easter revival meetings which have been held at the Assembly of God. First Baptist, General Baptist and Methodist Churches during the past 10 days. The Easter morning services started lit the First Haptisl Church with a sunrise service conducted by the Rev. Joseph Humerickhouso. A vocal duct wns presented by Miss Thelma Benson and Miss Carolyn Jacoby, accompanied on the organ by Miss Betty Carlton. Mrs. Edward Cockrel was the speaker at the Methodist Church sunrise service. Mrs. Guy Palm- would so show. He alleged that five legal votes he received were not counted for him by poll officials In Ihe precinct, but that five illegal votes cast for his opponent were counted for tho latter. Ix)K»n also claimed (hnt election Judges In- the precinct fnilrrl to Initial five bnl- lots counted for his opponent. \Valtcr OlclenrUel Kites Conducted Cousins were pallbearers at funeral rltrs Sunday at Bunker Hill for Walter 0. Oldcmettel, a veteran of World War I, who died Wednesday at Veterans Hospital, Jefferson Barracks, Mo. The Rev. S. .1. Roth, assistant pastor of Messiah Lutherai Church, St. Louis, Mo., officiated nl I IIP rites at Jacoby Funcra Home, Blinker Hill, after which the body was interred In Bunkoi Hill Cemetery. Caskelbearers were Paul, Elmer Alfred, Gerhurdt and Harold John son, and Milton Oldenettcl. Ceylon's Government promises 'no discrimination against foreign capital.' ' er and Mrs. John Jerman rcn dered vocal selections, accom panicct by Mrs. Marie Dellnrt. Him Fifth Vry HARTFORD. — Members o llio Civic; League find Auxiliary will sponsor a fish fry Friday at the Civic building. Serving will strirt fit 5 p.m. Toimllectomy HARTFORD. — Donna Timpo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ra> Timpe of E. Forrest St., is scheduled to return home today after undergoing n tonsllectomy Sunday at Alton Memorial Hospital . Rotarians at Wood River Told About Petrochemicals WOOD RIVER. — How potro-jhy (ho dub Monday, since Ihr chemicals, derived from crude oil, affect cadi of our lives was demonstrated Monday noon at tho Rotary Club luncheon at First' Presbyterian Church by Kenneth Straw, Edwardsvjlle, of DuPont Company's Petroleum Chemicals Division. Straw, utilizing a "magic barrel," showed products in which petrochemicals arc used, including foods, items for the home, and items of clothing. Such things, as dacron and or- lon clothes, orlon curtains, asphalt shingles, cosmetics, and unli-free/o, all utlli/.e petrochemicals. Ray Kot'h was in charge of the program. No noon meeting will be held 25th anniversary celebration wil be hold Monday nighl. starting, with a 6:30 banquet at Lewi* Clark cafeteria. Governor Strallon and Samuc Brownell, U.S. Commissioner o Higher Education, will speak a Shurtleff College at Alton, Mai 6, it was announced. Visiting Rotarians were: WH! ler Klasner, Bill Dee, Ralph Lu ken, Roy Maxfield, John Brown and Don Suhwuchow, all of Al Ion; Norbcrt Zahner, Highland and Harvey Balkey, Graniti City. Charles Clark and August Hershey were guests of Ra; Koch, and Jno Thayer of Her! Wiukenhauser. PITTSBURGH Enamel Oritf Ovtm/fJif Tbi quiliry of Pittsburgh Archi- IfCtuttl lotiBfl cannot b« w*icb*4 for JaMrwf woodwork •04 trio. Both Rubbed gffca »a4 GtoM pit hwriful finish . . . ««Vi rfllaw wild U«M »«d dosircs to purchase In the order of preference. Tho names of the icrsons will bo drawn from a t in the morning, and the first person drawn will be given an opportunity to purchase the first parcel, and so on down the list. After the drawing those in Priority Four, non-occupant vet- era^is, will be given 15 days In which to' submit offers on the remaining parcels; then those In Priority Five, non-veteran occu pnnts, will have five days to submit purchase agreements. 1 any parcels remain unsold, those n Priority Six, non-veteran non- omipimts, or the public at large vill bo Riven an opportunity to nirchtisc. Offers from the public will bo m-roplcd during the 20 days sot isido for those In priorities five »nd six, nnd the offers will be lold on file until the proper Imo, Polodna snld. A list of parcels still available and their prices is posed in the lousing Office. VFW Accepts SNewMembers At Wood River WOOD RIVER-Donald Nay lor, William Johnson am Charles Pnlek were accepted as new members during the Mon day night meeting of the VFW Bobby Johnson wns Introduccc as a transfer member. Membership awards for sign Ing up five new members wen to Otto Kassnk, Gilbert Jaynes Jack Crookmore, Chiirlos Mac Donald, Kenneth Secrosl, Jnd Willis, John Koby nnd Robor Bcllveau. The membership i now 760. It WHS announced officers o the new 12th district will to elected at a meeting at Collin.* vllle May 7. County Council of fleers will be elected and In stalled Thursday night at p. m. at Colllnsvllle. The mem hers voted n donation to th Cancer Society, nnd to endors Ihe May Day, Pray Dny pro gram of the Jaycecs. Post and Auxiliary member Will meet at Mnrks Mortuary a 7 oYlook tonight to pny respect to David Norlhcutl, who died Monday. New Officers Of The Wheel SeatedMonday WOOD RIVER - Twef.ty.two members of the Wh'eel, Auxiliary of the Rotary Club, were present at Skaggs Monday night tot the annual installation of officers and banquet. Mrs. James Wiseman, vice president last year, was Install* ed as president. Other new of- 'Icen-s Installed were Mrs. Roy K. Adams, vice president: Mrs. Warren Fisher, secretary, and Mrs. Wllllnm Shortal, treasurer, Mrs. Sid Gaboon and Mrs. Km met Howard were taken In as new members. The following committees were appointed: Fellowship — Mrs. Galncs Smith, Mrs. William Harrison, Mrs. Herb Pnton. and Mrs. Rolla Hord; Calling. Mrs. Harry Ste.lnrauf, Mrs. Paton, Mrs. R. E. Harbaugh, Mirs. Stan Plsaaek and Mrs. Andy Lessner: Hostess Chairman, Mrs. Bryant Harrod find publicity chairman, Mrs. Arthur Hunt. C.ames'were played and prizes awarded to' Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Francis Manning, Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Shortnl, Mrs. Harrod and Mrs. Cnhoon. Next meeting, late In June will be at Iho home of Mrs. Harrod, when arrangements for family night will be made. TKLKORAPH WANT ADS "CLICK" It's No Secret! 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