Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 21, 1954 · Page 17
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PAGE EIGHTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Laborers Reject Latest Proposal Of Contractors Strike Enters 44th Day;' CEC Calls Special Meeting Toniglif WOOD RIVER - With morv than 300 members voting, tho Laborers Local here Wednesday morning rejerted (he lalpst offfor of the Construction Employer's Council, a 10-cent an hour raise, retroactive to Feb. 21. The strike between the laborers and member. 1 ! of the CEC thus entered Its 44th day today with both sides apparently stalemated for the time beins. Robert Dunlap. chairman of Ihe CEC Bargaining Committee, who said union officials had In- lornied him of the rejection of (ho waije offer early this morning, indicated a special meeting ' of the full CEC membership will be held tonipht in Alton, expressly to discuss the strike. He declined comment on what the result of the meeting might be. Referring to a proposal by the union for a 12'4 cents per hour raise retroactive to Feb. 21, with starting Jan. 1, 1955, Dunlap said member contractor's of the CEC "Do not believe such future advances in wages are proper." He said the Alton Lnliorers Local, with which a new contract had been negotiated a short time ago without a strike, now has a contract that calls for 5 cents more on the hour and approximately 5 cents per hour which goes toward a health and welfare fund. The total outlay would have been 10 cents per hour in both cases, to Alton and Wood River locals, Dunlap said, had not Wood River" turned down the contractor's 10-cents per hour offer. Dunlap said it was his contention "Nobody ever wins a strike." Annuitants Meet At Wood River WOOD RIVER - Games provided the program for the Standard Oil Annuity Club meeting held Tuesday at the Roundhouse, with about 40 annuitants and their wives present. Winners of the games were Mrs. Raymond Corbctt, Mrs. I. L. Stacker, Mrs. Stanley Tom- pach, Mrs.'Ezra Schouten, Henry Frenz, Jules Kocher, Walter Beck and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young. Isaac L. Stoclcer was the checker champion and Thomas Marshall was the winner of the new attendance prize. The meeting was conducted by Joseph Barr, president of the club who announced a special meeting will be held June 8. It is being planned by Snm Williams, Otto Rate, Joseph Stephenson and John Gilmartin of the entertainment committee. Scheduled for the Standard Torch Club grounds, the meeting will honor members who have had, or will soon have, golden wedding anniversaries. There are six known couples who have been married 50 years or longer. Special entertainment will also be provided at the affair. Barr appointed Stocker, Stanley Tompach and Loyal Palmer to a sepcial audiling committee. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Sam Williams, assisted by Mrs. Stanley Tompach, Mrs. Starr Oulson, and Albert Hall. Lions Continue Broom, Mop Sale Several F-rft Over From Last Week WOOD RIVKR -- A little dust apparently Irft behind when Ihe Lions Club made ils sweep of the rity uith a broom sale Ral- urday and another effort will he made to complete the job Friday evening nnd possibly Saturday. Cluh members are selling brooms and mops for $1.50 each, with Ihe proceeds Roin« lo Ihe dub's sight eonservntion fund. Two or three do/en brooms and mops remained unsold after Saturday's drive, flnd they will be offered for sale downtown Friday evening beginning nl K::«). Members with unsold brooms have been asked lo take them fo Illinois Cleaners on Ferguson Ave,, by Thursday evening, when final plans for Friday's drive will br> miulc. President Uniis f'anip pointed out nl the club meeting Tuesday lhal !lio brooms were mndr bv Woman Hurt At East A11 o n I n Car-Truck Crash F;AST ALTON MIT. r.. r.. Holland H21 Tr-nth St.. Wood P.iv- n escaped vnriOiM injtliy Tur-Hda\ morning when the !!),Y) <f>dan sin- was driving collided head-on with a slate highway lilt tmrk fin K Main St., between Bowman and Monroe A VPS. Shr> wa< admitted to Wood River Township Hospital, where her rondition was reported as good this morning. She suffered nits near tho loft eve and behind the left car. both knee* and possible rnesl injuries. Police s-iid her car was traveling crtsi on Main when she collided with thr> truck hauling in the opposite dirrclion. They repotted Iho vehicles hit head- on in (hi- 1'inc- hf/iflmi; west. The true 1 ; wns driven by Krnr-sl f'hrislenson, HI. I, Kflsl A linn, who \vns ri'imr\rt\ unin- jurffl. The nir hit Ihr- scoop mechanism on tho front of thn truck squnrnly, pollen said, und the tntirp front end of the automobile was dnmaRod. Damage to the li-uck was limited to Ihe scoop. ! Jerry Barnel To Head MYF Groups WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21,1954 «-•• 1?V, R , 0l ^ KR , A ' ri01VS «* CARX|R FAMILY - Klmrr Cartor observed hi.s 8;>th birthday Tuesday evening at Ms hffme, 1410 Main. Ho Is holding his ereat- grand.son James. At the left is a son, Rasscll, and at thn right is his grandson, KHlh. IJoyd and lion Carter are sons of the octogenarian Staff photo Mr*. More President tS assistance to tyioso without sight. Clarence Decker, program chairman, presented a film, "Delsol racing car," which told of the development of a dicscl motor light enough for use in an automobile. The movie showed how the experimental motor was made and tested on Ihe Indiana- polls Speedway 500 rnllc rare, and the valuable information which resulted from Ihe test. D of I Model Bridal Gowns WOOD RIVER - A program directed by the two losing team captains of the rouont membership drive, Mrs. Peter Vinovlch and Mrs. James Fitzgerald, highlighted Ihe meeting of Bishop O'Connor Circle, Daughters of Isabella at the K. of C. Hall Tuesday evening. Forty-six bridal crowns, dating back to 1884, wore modeled by members. Games were ployed following the show and 1>5 pri/os awarded. At the business meeting, the club members voted a $25 donn- tion to the American Cancer Society fund, agreed to sponsor a student nurse ol SI. Joseph's Hospital and voted to take part In a parade as part of special services on Sunday, May 2, to be held here sponsored by the county chapter of Knights of Columbus. Eleven new members were approved. Refreshments were served from a table which carried out the Easter theme. Hostesses were Mesdamcs Alvln Slolzo Jr., chairman, Harold Little, Raymond Langreder, Agnes Luker, Paul Magurany, James Mn- honoy, Mary Killebrew, Alvln Hurst, Angelo Marmino, Joe Kienstra Jr., Ignatius Markovlch, Carroll Markivitch, Ed Martin, Mike Stassi, John McClintock, Ed MeohHii, Ira Matheny and F. Stunich, India expects lo make ils first newsprint this year at mills in Madhya Pradesh. Wood River Claims It Too ^^^ Annexed By Village Of East Alton EAST ALTON - No Man's Land, a small piece of property between East Alton and Wood River, has suddenly become everyone's land. The porperty, on which is located a tavern operated by Mrs. Cora Norris. 606 Main St., Alton, was annexed by East Alton hy a 4-2 vote during a village bonril meeting Tuesday night. Tho property had boen annexed by Wood River last year. Opposing annexation wore Councilmen Orville Ogles by and Joe Apple.. Councilmen Bill Linkogle, Bob Link, Lorell Hicks and Clinton Phalen votod for the ordinance. The ordinance was passed under a suspension of the rules, with the two oposed voting no at each of the three readings, Roscoe Forth, Granite City attorney, appeared on behalf of Mrs. Norris. He claimed the annexation by Wood River last year was illegal, and requested annexation by East Alton. He said the tavern on the property uses East Alton sewer and water facilities and not of Wood River, and Mrs. Norris would prefer for the property to be in East Alton. Ray Harbaugh, Wood River city manager, when informed of Ihe action, said as far as the cily was concerned, ils annexn- lion ordinance is on file in the county recorder's office, and tho property is in Wood River. He said he would router with attorneys, liul there was mi further statomenl passible at Ihe |j m e. In speaking for the onlinnm-e, Mayor Vanpreter and CounciU man Phalon said East Alton has often boon ;u-cu.scd ol "h.-uini;" the properly in the past, and il it were annexed the \ i[|, 1( .,. would have control over Ihe tavern on it. The mayor said he believed the village population has increased enough so as lo permit licensing another tavern in the village limits in Hceurri- ance with village ordinances. Bui the question still persists. is No Man's Land East Alton's or Wood River's'.' Meel Held Monthly ai Marl ford HAUTFORD — Approximately ILTi young people attended the Must St. l/>uis Sub-DiKtricI meeting of Ihe MYF lenRiies nl Ihe IlHi-lford Methodist Church Monday evening when Ihe Rev. Roy BdUgh of Ihe Rosewood Heights Church WHS puest speaker. Miss Janet Len Brn/ier of Iho Knst Alton MYF league was piano ncfompnnlst for the group singing. Following Ihe program, a business meeting was t-onducled and the following' district officers were elected for ]95-l-ri5: Jerry Hiirnet., president; Durham Sloker, vice president; Jwiol I,en Hni/,ier, secretory; and Nadinc Walker, treasurer. Refreshments were served by Ihe host church after the meeting, Mrs. Cyril Ferguson is assistant sponsor of the local league. Molliodlxt I'nigrnin Tonight HARTFORD -- The public Is invited to attend a muslcnl pro- Brain nl Ihe Methodist Church tonight at 7::<0 p. m. which will be presented by a group of students of MccKmlreo College at Lebanon. WCTIT UnlU To Meet HARTFORD — The Hartford unit of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union will hold their rcKular meeting Thursday at the :ome of Mrs. Joe Sunncr of Kast J\l)i|)le SI. The president, Miss Helen Pot- ersen, will conduet. the business session u'hirh will slarl. at 7.-.'10 p. in. Kritelure.H Shoulder HARTFORD - Normn Jean Starhuck, '2-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Star- huck of West Wntklns St., fractured her right shoulder Tuesday morning when she tumbled off the couch while playing in the living room. She received emergency treatment from a doctor. Hartford Legion Auxiliary Cited HARTFORD — The regular monthly meeting of the Legion Auxiliary was held Monday night with the president, Mrs. Aline Dahhs, presiding. During llic business sc'ssion a citation was read honoring the Auxiliary for their part in the Rehabilitation program. Mrs. Kmma Jean Cioxkie was enrolled MS a new rni'inhcr. Mrs. Aline Dnhhs and Mrs. Darlcni- Wilt-ox will repivscm the Auxiliary on the Child's Welfare program to he broadcast Salur-. da\ over the Alton radio station fit K':-IJ p. m. Mrs. Keith Sanders \\as appointed in fill the vacancy left by the .secretary, Mrs. Dorothy Fubarik, «ho is moving to Kast Si. Loui*. soon. MIKS Ins Henderson, local girl who is tn represent || 10 Auxiliary al liirls' Slate in June, was present al the meeting with her mother, Mrs. David Jones. Ilium- Makers Class HARTFORD—Membei-s of the Home Makers class of Ihe First, Baptist Churi-li will hold their' annual banquet in Ihe basement Lorena Ave. PTA Officers Seated At Banquet Tuesday WOOD RIVKR Mrs. William More was installed new president of Ihe I^orona Ave. Parent- Teacher Association during the 30th anniversary banquet of the group Tuesday n! the Lewis- Clark School cafeteria. She succeeds Mrs. Lloyd Dildine. Others installed were Mrs. Virden LaMarsh, vice president; Mrs. Lfiwcir Poslon, secretary, nnrl R. G. Oxvens, treasurer. They were Installed by Mrs. Lester Klope. Guest .speaker was E. 'E. Seu- bcrl, professor of education from Washington University in St. Louis. He spoke on "New Frontiers for Education." On tho banquet committee were Mrs. Charles Sakes, Mrs. Jim Thompson, and Mrs. Ralph Wilbur, Special music was provided by tho Community High School Girl's Glee Club under Ihe direction of Miss Vera Jones. Mrs. E. E. Schwalbe was toastmistress, and Mrs. Dlldinc welcomed the parents. The banquet was served by Ihe seventh and eighth grade girls of the Junior High School. Kouples Klub Feted At Dinner WOOD RIVER - Twenty-five members of the Kouples Klub attended tho potkiek dinner meeting at tho Roundhouse Monday evening. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Em- crick. William Cox conducted games following tho meal. Tho committee planning the party included Mr. and Mrs. Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stokes. May 1 the club Is scheduled to have dinner at Casa Do Los Toros in St.. Louis to be followed by a theater party. Honored on Blrlliday WOOD RIVER — John David Troyan was nuest of honor at a family gathering at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil J. Troyan, 449 E. Penning Ave., Sunday, in celebration ol his first birthday anniversary. Jolly Eight, Cluh Meets At Roxana Monday ROXANA. — Tho Jolly Eight Club met Monday evening at the hotiH- of Mrs. Russell Reod on Thirteenth St. and bunco was Ihe diversion. Pri/.os were won by Mrs. Howard Skolton of Meadowhrook. Mrs. Rwl, Mrs. Carl McClelland of Wood RiveV and Mrs. Kenneth Hal field of Roxana. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Plans wore made for a family picnic May I! at the Skolton home in Mcmlowbi-ook. Mrs. Skolton will «lso entertain the club at ils next meetin« in two weeks. of tho church Thursday. Members are to bring covered dishes. Paul Condi-ay, president, will preside during the business session when officers for 1954-55 pro to ho installed. Ill-other hoods To lloycotl Stores Selling Liquors A motion to boycott all groceries and chain stores selling package liquors was approved by the Men's Federation of Brotherhoods and Bible classes of the Alton Area during a meeting at the Fosterburg Baptist Church Monday night. Named to a committee to prepare the petition for distribution wore G. R. McMeen nnd Tom Harris of the Wood River Baptist Church and Calvin Smith of Hie Hartford* Methodist Church. Six ministers and 73 members were present at the meeting. Guest speaker was Henry Lawrence, lay member of the First. Baptist Church of East Alton. East Alton Group To Hoar Landscape Expfcrt EAST ALTON—O. F. Schoeck of an Alton landscaping firm will be guest speaker at the Thursday evening meeting of East Alton Civic Bcautiflcation Community at the Community Building at 8 p. m. He is scheduled to discuss selection of shrubs for the fall planting program contemplated by.-the committee. Pastors of tho village are especially invitod to attend the meeting as -well as committee 400 Attend East Alton Methodist Services EAST ALTON - - An even .|UO persons wore in attendance at the two worship services at Kirsi Methodist Church Sunday morning, the Rev. Robert II. Simpson announced today. There wore 193° at the early service and 207 at the 10:30 a.m. service. Children bapti/.ed nt the later service were Gayle Ann Jennings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jonings, of 215 Grand Ave., Laure Marie Hagbcrg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hagbcrg of Valdez, Alaska; and Sally Lea Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moore, 137 East Alton Ave. Mrs. John Lowery, the choir director, was soloist for the offertory at the Easter services. Presiding at lha organ and piano were Mrs. Joe Nolan and Mrs. Harold Hindrichs. Accepted into membership of the church Palm Sunday were Mrs. Hubert Swltzer, 500 Broadway, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bolin, 648 Fifth; Miss Rosotta June Wilkins, 632 Lincoln, and Mrs. W. H. Stonecipcr, 607 Wood River Ave. Women To Meet EAST ALTON — Mrs. Robert Tollivor and Mrs. John Goblc will be hostesses for the Thursday meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary at Legion hom'e at 7:30 p. m. Itimsin Joins UNESCO THE HAGUE, Netherlands /P— The Soviet Union joined the U. N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) today. She promptly hustled in a delegation for the opening of a meeting hero on protection of cultural treasures in wartime. members. Organizational plans .ire to be discussed for establishment of B permanent civic "betterment committee. Hartford Board Vetoes State Request For School Property HARTFORD. — In order to avoid interfering with Ihe Rand St. main entrance approach to the new highway, village aldermen Tuesday night voted to adopt an ordinance, which will become effective in May, to vacate the old St. I/iuis Rd. from the alley of Birch St. to Rand Si. In effect,, the ordinance will discontinue traffic on the road immerlialoly in hack of Woodrow Wilson School. A representative of tho State Highway Department had previously presented the state's de- sirc to obtain approximately 175 foot of school property but this suggestion was vetoed by the village officials who agreed to adopt the new proposed ordinance instead of releasing any school properly. The trustees authorized a resolution granting permission to llu* Wood River Drainage and Lovee District for tho construction of a pumping station at W. Hawthorne and the old St. Ixmis Rd., with tho right to connect pud relocate a sower lino at the North side of the Old St. Louis Rd. Orville Brunjos, recreation chairman, reported that Miss Ruth Toomey has accepted the position of recreational director for the summer season at the park. Two now members are to be appointed on the recreational board. The announcement of the appointments will bo made at a later date. Brunjes also reported that the outdoor playground equipment will be painted before the season officially opens. Mayor Joe Stump, who is convalescing from recent surgery, presided during the business meeting. Wood River PtO Meet Set Tonight WOOD RIVKR-. Mrs. Willis Roach will review the study riook "Within These Border's," by John Scot ford at the Night Circle meeting of Presbyterian Woman's Organization at First Presbyterian Church at. 7:30 tonight. In another part of the program Mrs. Jan l^sterie will give a summary of the night presbyter- ial meeting she attended in March. Miss Jean Lindquist will read the prayer for missionaries and Mrs. Ross Davidson will give Ihe devotions. Mrs. Gene Coulter is scheduled to report on literature that is available for the members. Hostesses for the evening are Mrs. Marvin Bodum, Mrs. Dav- rlison, Mrs. VVillard Doaks and Mrs. Coulter. Return* to Trxns WOOD RIVKR - Mrs. James Armstrong has ceturwd to San Antonio. Tox., alter spending a week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Blatz, 111 K. Acton Ave. While she was visiting here her husband was away on two weeks active duty at Dallas, Tex., as a Marine Air Corps reservist. Wood Illvpp Notrs WOOD RIVER- House guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. riobort A. Rich. 22L' Ninth St.. tho past week were his brother and sister-in-Uiw. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rich of Chicago, the Rev. Joseph O'Neil and Miss Myrtle Hire of Ixmisvillc, Ky. They came to this area to attend the funeral of Rich's mother. Irma Rich, at Fidelity Baptist Church, Medora, Saturday. Mrs. Rich died Tuesday at New Florence, Mo. The Rev. O'Neil is a brother of the deceased. Mrs. Carl Accoia and daughter, Kathy. of Minnesota, were visitors the past week at. the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Hendrickson, 69 E. Lorena Ave. Mr. Accoia joined them here Friday for the Easter week- ned. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Maguire, 276 Seventh St., spent the weekend in Indiana with Mrs. Maguire's . brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schuelcr and sons have returned to their home in Bartelsville, Okla., after spending the weekend with Schueler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Schucler of 231 Ninth St. Mr. ;md Mrs. Warren Lulz of Lexington, Ky., spent Friday through Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W. Lut/, 137'Seventh St. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Jolley of 261 Eighth St. returned home Saturday after spending two weeks with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jolley and two sons at Jacksonville, Fla. Roxana Baptists Accept 14'New Members ROXANA. — Fourteen persons were received into the membership of the First Baptist Church during the Easter season. Those received by letter were August Tuttle and Mrs. Cecil Vinyard. Those received by baptism were Mrs. August Tuttle, Douglas Tuttle, Mrs. Kenneth Angus, Connie and Diana Angus, Roger and Billy Dorris, Brenda Harmon, Ruth Ann Mygatt, Jackie Estes, Billy Tucker and Cecilia Vinyard. Visits In nit. Vernon ROXANA. — The Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Mustain, 111 E. Tydeman Ave., visited Monday in Mt. Vernon with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harvel and with the Rev. and Mrs. Harold F. Menke. They also attended a special meeting at Carterville. Social Security Bill Approved By East Alton Board EAST ALTON — An ordinance providing for Social Security coverage for village employes was passed by the village board during a busy meeting Tuesday night at the village hall. « The ordinance included all em- ployes except elected officials, the attorney, treasurer, and employes of the library and recreational departments. The latter two groups were excluded from coverage because they are separate departments not under the direct jurisdiction of the village board. In other action, the board adopted a resolution charging the Water Department $650 per month , rent for use of the village hall, office space and Iwo garages. In a previous meeting, it was pointed out there was a surplus in the water fund which could not bo used to call in bonds, and which previously was transferred to other village departments to help operate the village. | Hi-ntnl System Aecrptalilp I Mayor Charles Vanprntcr sair! j j bond attorneys said the rental ; system would be a morn accept- .able method of using the .surplus I funds for village operation. Rids for garbage and trash collection, a new police car and two trucks for the street department were rejected, and the clerk instructed to advertise for new bids. All the bids were rejected because specifications in the advertisements were not clear, it was slated. The new bids on all three items will bo opened May 3. The council voted 5-1'to grant permission to the Wood River VFW to sell poppies in the village May 28-29, with Councilman Lorrell Hicks dissenting. The vote came after a report by Councilman Bill Linkogle that the East Alton VFW would not sell poppies, and had no objection to sale by the Wood River Post. Hicks objected on the grounds that proceeds from the sale would be taken from the village, and that East Alton organizations could not conduct such sales in other communities. A special meeting was called for 8 p.m. April 30, the last day of the fiscal year, to pay outstanding bills and bring the books up to date. Mayor Vanpreter said all outstanding bills incurred from the previous fiscal year will have been paid, and the village will be in the black as the next fiscal year begins May ]. Meet. Back Payments The mayor said there was also sufficient funds to meet back payments due police and firemen from July 16, 1953, to April 30, 1954. The new wage spate lor police and firemen went into effect by state law July 16. Back payments to those involved totaled 51.258.75. The mayor accepted on behalf of tho village an American flag from the Alton Ladies of the GAR for the village's cooperation in GAR fund drives. 15 Alton Youths To Be Inducted 10 of Local Contingent Arc Volunteers EDWARDSV1LLE - Fifteen registrants with the Alton area draft board, including two transfer-ins, and five selectees from the Tri-Cities have been ordered to report here Thursday morning for Army induction in St. Louis. Ten volunteers in the Alton contingent are Leroy Robert Ruhright, John Louis McDan- ids, George Robert Williams, James Ewell Gilbert, Joseph Aaron Williams. Jr., Kenneth Eugene McDonald, Donald Lee Perkinson, .lames Warren Williams. Robert Arnold Stetson and Charles Edward Rethorn. Other Alton area members of Hie group are Klwood Juliui Wicsernun, .lames lister Daniels. Robert Charles Merkle, I-eo John Saromn and Randall David Berk. The two transfer- ins arc John Henry Thomas, from Irvington, N. J., and Robert Fulton Moss, Sheridan, Ark. The Madison County Selective Service headquarters announced today that two induction calls have been received for next month. They are: May 5, for 11 registrants from the Alton draft board area and eight from th« Tri-Citics, and May 19, when 15 young men from the Edwardsville draft board area are to report for induction. Nine men from the AHon area and four from the Tri- Cities are to report for prein- duct ion physical examination on April 26, while three from Ihe Alton draft, board area and four from the Tri-Cities are being called up for physical tests May 12. Joan Davis' Daughter Will Wed in July HOLLYWOOD K — Comedienn* Joan Davis has announced that her daughter, Beverly Wills, 21, will be married in July to Alan Grossman, 22. of Beverly Hills, an Army lieutenant. Miss Wills has been a radio and TV actress since she was 11. Her father is a radio and TV writer, Sy Wills, who is divorced from Miss Davis. BEFORE YOU BUY ANY ft C? SMALL TRACTOR EE THE POWERFUL S-H. 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