Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1960 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 15, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1960 Obituaries She was married t» tee F. Cotter, Nov. 20. 1M7 in Wood River, who survives. Afco surviving are two sons, by a previous marriage, Robert Keefe, Wood River and Lance Cpl. Shane Fox of Hong Kong, China, five sisters, Mrs. Marie Harris, EnfleW, Mrs. Nel Parsons, Weit Frankfort, Mrs. Neva Harrington, Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Delpha Trump, East Alton; Mrs. Florence Wittner. Spring 4. C. While serving In Germany, he was an instructor In th* school troop. Before that he was a member of "DEW" line operation, a .Joint Ameriean-Canad- lan radar operation In the Are- tic. Before? entering the armed forces he was Western Union. employed by Mn, Getter Mrt, MBte fi. Cotter, 49, who OjMrfttMt * •eamatms shop at 903 Plasa, died unexpectedly at 4i30 p.m. Tuesday at her home, HW State St. Mrt. Cotter hid b«en In good health, and had worked all last week in her •fop. Monday and Tuesday, she hid remained at home, complaining of net feeling well. crton and one brother, James Shewaa born on April 11, Ifttti Martin Jr., and four grandchll-j public schools. to Springerton, a daughter i^ren. i Of Mr. James Martin Sr.. and The ^^ )g at fhe Burhe Fnn . the late Mrs. Minnie Martin. j era , Home when, funeral ar-jvtved by one daughter. Glna ~" ~~ rangements are pending the ar- Born In Bowling Owen, Mo., Sept. 12, 1933. he was a son of Mr. Ebert Elliott, Alton and Mrs. Marietta McMillan of Marthasvllle. Mo. He waa mar- fled to Miss Georgene Hensler March 9, 1956. In Alton. He attended the Assembly of God Church. He attended Alton CUT FLOWERS Fltraf Arrtncftflitnti Member Florist's Telegraph Dallvtry Association LEO WILLIS, SB. LEO WILLIS, JR. Alton Floral Phone HO 2-4111 Evenings HO 6-8817 In addition to his parents and ihls wife. Georgene. he is sur- i Ann. and one con. Amos Fisher rival of her Kong. son from Hong A. F.Elliott Amos Fisher Elliott, 28 of 2121 Kingshighway, East Alton, diedj at 2:50 a.m. today in the John Cochran Veterans Hospital, St. Louis, i In October of 1959, he had; i been discharged from the United j States Army, with a rank of Sp. Jr.: three sisters. Mrs. Lilly IHelfrich. Belleville, Mrs. Shirley Jones. Rosewood Heights, 'and Mrs. Gay Huber, Moro. A sister. Mrs. Pearl M. Stamm of ;Moro, died last November. j The body is at the Smith Funi eral Home. Alton, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Thursday, and until 11 a.m. Saturday when It will be taken to Alton Gospel Tabernacle for rites at 2 p.m. The RPV. Maurice Brrgund pastor of Cottage Hills Assemb- M»«t WHt« ff*w Hearings on Checks for Ticket* _ . , , Tax Injunction Suit Thursday EDWARDSV1LLK ~ High school basketball fans who wrote checks for their season tickets prior to the aafe robbery at Edwardsvllle High School May 6 should now mall a duplicate check to Insure getting their reserved scats, according to announcement of Principal Thorn* aa Butler., No checks were recovered, so they are presumed lost. Anyone with questions concerning this should call the high school office. Butler also announced that anyone planning to attend the high school next year and who has not yet registered should do no at once. Class scheduling will be tompleted this summer and, once the master schedule is pro- pared and classes filled, it is difficult to schedule new students and often impossible to provide a free .choice of subjects. Hospital Not** EDWARDSVILLE —One area resident was admlted Tuesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland. Five patients were discharged. One birth was recorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard EDWARDSVILLE are scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Thursday In Circuit Court before Judge Harold R. Clark on dismissal motions in Anthony W. Daly's tax injunction suit. Set for hearing are separate motion* by State's Attorney Dick H. Mudge for dismissal of Daly's amended Injunction complaint seeking to enjoin collection of disputed taxei in Madison County, and by counsel for the City of Alton asking that the City of Alton. Us city manager, Elliott and County ban W. McOee. Additional de- Ifendants, such at the County of Madison, County.Clerk Hott and the City of Alton, later were named defendants In an amend* ment to the complaint filed April 26 by Daly with court permission. The City of Alton's legal partment — Corporation Counsellor John Hoefert and City Attorney John T. Roach—are expected to argue on behalf of the motion to dismiss the city and its two officials as parties defendant. In the absence of State's At* torney Mudge, now on vacation, m ' ar fe g " by" Jim the motion to dismiss Daly's Opening Concert AtEdwardwille Slated Thursday EDWARDSVlLLE-Flrst concert of the summer season by the Edwardsvllle municipal band will begin at 8 p.m. Thursday in the City Park. A 10-week program ban been prepared by the 40-plece band, directed by Cleaon Etzkorn. Program for Thursday evening will be: Theme. "Muny Band Presents," followed by re amended injunction complaint is scheduled to be argued by t Assistant State's Attorney Joseph Bartylak. overture. "The Wanderer's Call;" "South of the Border;" "Awake, My Fainting Soul: "On the Trail;" Thurmond Gets Demo Nomination COLOMBIA, S. C. (AP> - Sen. Strom Thurmond, 58, grateful for what he called "a magnificent vote of confidence," won the Democratic nomination for another term In the U. S. Senate Tuesday in a landslide. Thurmond rolled Op 242,022 votes to 29,133 for his only oppu-j nent, Columbia attorney R. Beverley Herbert, 80, with all but a scattering of the state's 1,602 precincts reporting. Thurmond is practically assured of another six years in the Senate as nomination means virtual Ttv election In'this heavily Democratic state. fornhttf for pfcrf- Graham Watt, and City Treasur-i Awlstant Engineer Named March:" Intermission: "Ingle- EDWARDSVlLLE-On reconvjsina;" "Ballet Parisian:" "Cue- mendation of three of Its com- koo Waltz;" "Allerseelen;" mittees, the County Board Mon- "The Bell Ringers;" "Trade "Carnival for Trombones;" South Carolina's six members ("The American R'ed Cross| 0 f the U. S. House of Represent er M. O. EIHott be'dismissed as parties defendant in the suit. Judge Clark also is expected to rule on pending amended petitions of three individuals- Attorney Edward D. Groshong of East Alton, Rodger J. Elble of Wood River, and William N. Hale of Granite City—who seek court permission to intervene in the case as co-plaintiffs with Daly In support of is injunction day appointed Ben Eberhart of)Winds;" Colonel Bogey Mitchell as assistant county) March." building maintenance engineer at a monthly salary of $275 starting June 1.5. Other applicants for the position were William C. Bugg of East Alton and Richard P. Stocker of Wood River Eberhart's appointment was rec- suit. Services 10:00 A.M. Thursday in the Chapel. Rev. Paul S. Krebs officiating. Burial in City Cemetery. In state at the Chapel. CLAUDE 5. MARKHAM Services 2:00 P.M. Thursday In the Chapel. Rev. Robert Weathers officiating. Burial In Valhalla Memorial Park. In state at the Chapel. Masonic Rites at 7:00 P.M. Wednesday. I Funeral Home Keep Up With the News While You Are Away • Order a "Vacation Special" Subscription to the ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH • SPECIAL RATES 1 WEEK 2 WEEKS 3 WEEKS 4 WEEKS 35c 70c $1.00 $1.30 CLIP COUPON BELOW PUftl* send the Alton Evening Telegraph while I «m 0n vecdtion. Starting D«*e ... > (write date you want to »Urt) latt Copy to Be Mailed My Neme print) Vi«*t!on Address City • • • State S£2S C SXVS ««"•<•»•». »• »»v"' Mo mort ., P.*. . ;™-„,-, ^ >,™ m ™« "^ ,„,„„,„„„ „,,,. ,, M ,„, „.„„;-- mother is the former Cathcr 24 werp AIton ritv TrPAMi«n-i T \ ommended by the board's court- WHITE HALL - Roy Bateman. 68, died at his home here nt 3:15 a.m. Wednesday.' He was born in Scott County on Oct. 10, 1892. On March 11, 1911. he was married to the former Miss Ella Strumbough, who survives. ino Hotz. Mrs. Johanna Springer, was admitted. Discharged were: Mrs. Amelia Green, 388Martin; Mrs. Charles Tucker and son. Glen Carbon: William Zika, Rt. 2; Mrs. Flor- ......... ,_ ! house, jail and county nursing Original defendants in the laxj homc eommitteea. ..junction suit, filed last March 1 24, were Alton City Treasurer 1 Telegraph Want Ads "Click." Organizations wishing to sponsor the concession stand for one of the summer concerts are asked to contact Christie Jahns, band secretary. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily tives were nominated without opposition. Telegraph Want Ads "Click." Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally The Children's Shop 112 W. Third St., Alton HO 2-1951 Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" ence Burkhart, 105 East St.; Herbert Flnney Jr., North Kansas. "J" 155 j Also surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Lee Slhpson, White . ... Hall. Mrs. Russell Young, Tay-j Mrs, bchlTHttUllg Rites Conducted lorville and one son, Howard j Bateman of White Hall, one sister, Mrs. Sadie Ford, Roodhouse, six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Two brothers preceded him in death. 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Mrs. Springman Rites Conducted A Requiem High Mass was sung for Mrs. Kate Springman, widow of Edward Springman, at | 9 a.m. today in St. Mary's Church. The Rev. Father Thomas Gallenbach was in charge of the Mass, sermon and the committal rites in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Pallbearers, all grandsons, were Louis Brenner, Sidney Gent, William Fones, Cecil Fones, Marlin Sandldge and Robert Baker. of the Oakland Baptist Church, i The body is at the Dawdy Fun-j eral Home, where funeral ar-' rangements are pending. Burial, will be in Jones Cemetery near! White Hall. I FOR ANY 2 GARMENTS NEA.TLY CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR THE PRICE OF t BOX STORAGE . . . . . 13.95 Any 5 Shirts Laundered . . . $1.00 FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY FREE PICK UP JUST-RITE GLEANERS 601 W. St. Louis Ave. East Alton • Phone CLinton 4-2028 BUY, YOUR Ladies' LEVI's At Uc Ann* Sites 22 to 40 317 Belle Often Imitated, Never Equalled. LtVIS AMERICA'S riNIST OVERALL US* Washington Avt.. Upper Alton SEE OUR WIDE SELECTION OF LEVI'S 36 E. 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