Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 22, 1960 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 22, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH East Alton Board Gets Traffic Control Report ALTON - George ) traffic from CbfHnsvllle. presented survey recommendations for future truffle control In East Alton at • village board meeting Tuesday night In the city hall. The board studied the recom- meadatlons for drawing up a future traffic ordinance. Crawford wW tnake up three large maps, which will illustrate proposed East Alton parking, speed restrictions and stops and yields, to be used as an ordinance guide. The board officially approved the appointment of Helen Martin as an East Alton police clerk. Bills approved by the Hartford Bible School Closes HARTFORD — Approximate- y 150 attended the vacation Bile school program and "open louse" observance Sunday evening at the General Baptist Church at the close of the train- ng sessions of which Mrs. Esel Click was director. Members of the Beginner Class and the Junior class were the most points received a vinners for wards and mall cross. All students of the chool received certificates and he teachers were given cards f appreciation. Teachers and helpers were: Mrs. Archie Brewer. Mrs. Les er Kirby, Mrs. Max Brewer, Mrs. Charles Bloodworth. Mrs. board totaled $9,067.87. Roxana Girl Leaves For Year in Europe ROXANA-Miss Grace Lasterie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jan Las- Leo Tomerltn. terie, 144 E. Sixth St., left Tues- Schremp. Mrs. day for Steiermark, Austria, where she will spend a month In an Ecumenical work camp. Miss Lasterie arrived in London today via student chartered plane from New York. She will tour Europe until July 1 when she will start work at the camp doing needed labor in build ing a 60-bed hospital. The exact type of work she will be doing is not known, but 'vill be assisting with the actual building. Miss Lasterie was a member of the Me- Kinley Church and foundation at the university and learned aboul the work camp there. She received financial assistance from the foundation to attend the work camp. After August 1, Miss Lasterie will join a physics professor, his wife and two sons from the Uni verrity of Illinois in Paris and wil spend a year with them while the professor is doing research work Attend Workshop ROXANA—Lyle Dona, recreation director, has returned after spend ing the past few days at Little Grassy Lake at Carbondale where he attended a recreation workshop Miss Martha Hurley, playgrounc employe, accompanied Dona am Miss Judy Kay Willis, another playground supervisor. Miss Willis just finished her freshman year a< Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. Scouts Tour Creamery ROXANA—Cub Scouts of Pack 24 at South Roxana, visited the Edwardsville Creamery Monday morning and 30 persons attended The pack will have a fish fry Saturday at the Dads' Club park from noon to 9 p.m. Robert Sulli van is cubmaster. Roxana Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs Roy Kelly and son of Plaines Mont., have returned to thei home after visiting Mrs. Kel ly's mother, Mrs. Ernest Roux of Elm street. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Malone and children of Central avenu had as weekend guests her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dib muke of Jackson. Tenn. The> were accompanied home b; their daughter Sue who hai been visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Harlie Love and son, Bradley, of Hannibal, Mo., have moved into the Hughins apartment on Central avenue. Love graduated in June from the Missouri School of Mines at RolJa, Mo., and has accepted employment as a civil engineer at the Laclede Steel Company in Alton. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zivie and children of Cottage Hills have returned after a vacation in the West where they toured many points of interest. They also visited her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Haverstick. at Ontario, Calif., and her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Upton in ReAlto. Cigar smoking in Belgium Mrs. Forrest June Spann, vlrs. Stanley Barnes and Mrs. Lester Dalton. Mrs. Alice Etherton and Mrs .illian Jones were in charge of he handwork, Mrs. Charles Wadeking served as pianis during the daily sessions and re- 'reshments were served daily by Mrs. James Hensley, Mrs Wilton Moore and Mrs. Effic Hollis. The Rev. Estel Click is pastor of the church and also assisted in the school. Party Honors Hartford Chief HARTFORD — A farevvel dinner party was held at City Hall Saturday evening in hono of Fire Chief Herman Kuehne and family and was attended by approximately 100, including tb firemen and their families am village board members and thei families. Kuehnel has resigned from the fire department after being a member for the past 2 years and fire chief the pas seven years, because he am his family are moving to Wooc River. His resignation becomes effective July 1. The Kuehnels were presented a gift. Mrs. Kuehnel helped to or ganize the first Auxiliary and served as the group's first pres ident. Family Dinner Wood River Lions Hear R. S. Rippe WOOD RIVER - Robert S. Hope, engineer of Olln Mathie- on Chemical Corp.. discussed ie use of solid propellants as a ue! at the Wood River Lions Club meeting Tuesday noon. Rippe said the solid type fuel H now used by the air force to tart Jet engines. He gave n demonstration of the solid pro- x?llant by lighting a piece of oal. It was announced that the lo- al club will play a softball game with the Toastmasters Club on June 29 at 6:30 p.m. The club netted $545.25 on the ight bulb sale, it was reported. William Benson, president of he Godfrey Club, was a guest nd invited members to a dinner at Selhimes Thursday evening at 6:30. The after-dinner program will feature Carl Jrettschneider, member of the St. Louis Cardinal football team. Dr. C. B. Ragland, Louis lamp, James Baker, Frank >anyik, Elmer Foutch, Clarence Decker. Gilbert Helmkamp and Bob Wegmen will attend the Jons International convention in Chicago July 6 through July HARTFORD Delmar Adams Mr. and Mrs of W. Fores District Conclave Women Hold Forth at Meeting of Lutherans it was announced. Other guests present were John Eck of St. Louis and Jerry Bagley. Plan Boat Trip WOOD RIVER — The Daugh tens of Isabella and Knights of 'olumbus are jointly sponsoring a trip aboard the Admiral for members and their families Friday. Thursday has been announced as the deadline for the purchase of tickets which are available at the KC Hall and Ray's Appliance Center. Mrs. W. L. Little, regent, reports the Daughters of Isabella entertained the 90 children of the Alton Catholic Children's Home at a potluck picnic recently. Entertainment was provided by John Fabjance, Bethalto magician. Each child was presented a gift. Mrs. Herman Davis was in charge of party arrangements for the annual event and Mrs. Arthur Winslow was program chairman. BETHALTO — The women had their day Tuesday af the 32nd annual Southern Illinois Lutheran Church Convention when six leaders of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League were introduced to the delegates. More than 164 persons are here for the convention this week at the Zlon Lutheran Church. The Missionary League president, Mrs. Edward Schoenleber of Worden, told the convention that the League represents the largest auxiliary group in the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, with more than 4,000 societies in the United States and Canada. Mrs. Schoenleber reported that 96 societies are represented in Southern Illinois, with a membership of 3576 persons. "The real influence of lay women within the church remains a 'fro/en credit,' only^ partially utilized in meeting the unique challenges of our modern day," Mrs. Schoenleber told the group. She explained that the term "fro/en credits of the church 1 ' was an expression used by Hendrich Kraemer to describe the potential of lay movements in the church today. "The church is Bethalto Boy Hurt in Auto 9 Bike Collision street were entertained with a special dinner on Father's Da by their children at the Adams summer cottage at Otter Cree and Adams was presented wit gifts on the special occasion. Those attending were the cou pie's six children and their fam ilies. At Institute HARTFORD — Fifteen youn people from the Methodis Church left Monday morning to attend youth institute at McKendree College in Lebanon. The pastor, the Rev. R. E. George, will serve as their sponsor at camp. Prayer meeting at the church will be dismissed Wednesday in order that the members may attend church services with the young people at youth institute and give a party for them afterward. Ice Cream Social WOOD RIVER — A public ice cream social is being sponsored by St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church/ Thursday evening on the church grounds at 968 Whitelaw Ave., the Rev. Ralph E. Krohn, pastor, reports. Serving will continue from 5 p.m. through the early evening hours, with Mi's. James Robinson as chairman. Returns to Chicago WOOD RIVER — Randall Stover has returned to Chicago after spending several days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sto- striving to thaw out these 'credits' by enlisting women in the service of Christ through a program of missionary inspiration, education and service," she said. Treasurer of the Missionary League, Mrs. Henry Zilm of Carlinville, announced that $21,000 was raised through mitebox offerings during the last biennium. She reported that $10,000 was allotted for construction of the Trinity Lutheran Church in Herrin and nine small grants of $300 each were made available to Lutheran Mission congregations in Southern Illinois. Mrs. Edmund Eden of Dorsey discussed the Christian growth program which she described as the "backbone" of the Missionary League. Other League members introduced at the convention were: Mrs. Paul Harre of New Minden, 2nd vice president; Mrs. Sam Nobbe of Harvel, corresponding secretary and Mrs. Herman Ernst of Hoyleton, editor of the auxiliary's publication. Delegates represented at the convention elected the Rev. Erwin J. Kolb, pastor of the Zion Lutheran Church, vice-president during the business session oi the convention. The Rev. Alfred Buls of Nashville was elected president of the Southern Illinois District. Other officers electee were: Rev. Harry Welp of Cump- BETHALTO—A 4-year-old Beth alto boy incurred minor abrasions this morning when HP apparently rodr his bicycle into the side of a :-ar driven by Mrs. Joyce Melome of Cottage Hills. Michel Hicks of 571 Shellview Drive was admitted to Wood River Township Hospital for observation following the accident which oc cured in front of the child's home Bethalto Police Chief Clyde Tisdel Sr., reported that the boy sud denly appeared from a driveway at his home and the driver of the oncoming car was apparently un able to avoid colliding with Un child. The boy was taken to the hospital by an emergency truck o the Bethalto Volunteer Fire De partment. Equipment Store to Open on Thursday BETHALTO — Grand open ing of the Friedline Farm an Utilites Equipment Co., will b held Thursday, it was announc ed by the store owner Floyc Friedline of Wood River. Door will open at 9 a.m. with th showing of a complete line o Cass utilities it was reported by Friedline. Beginning at 8 p.m. farm ma chinery will be displayed for th public. The new store is locatei three miles east of Bethalto 01 Rt. 140. The bulking Man' SAN DIEGO, Calif. UP) — "I've become such an oddity," said Dr. Orrin E. Klapp, sociology professor at San Diego State College, "that children call me the walking man." He walks the two miles from his home to the college each day instead of riding tn his automobile. He feels that "it ver, 744 E. Ferguson Ave. Randall recently completed his second year at the Chicago Art Institute and was among the students on the dean's list, his mother reports. VB8 Ends WOOD RIVER — The vacation Bible school of the Church of Christ concluded with a picnic and outdoor recreation at the Westerner Club grounds Tuesday with approximately 300 children and parents attending. The demonstration program was presented Monday evening at the church. Paul Hughey, pastor, who North Alton News murmur PART* AT ROCK SPRING PARR Lana Sue Uley, 7, was honored guest at a birthday anniversary outing at Rock Spring Park, Tuesday evening. The St. Mary's pupil is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Liley of 2455 Alby St. The children played games, and were presented gifts. Assisting Mrs. Llley were Mrs. Flint Ory, Mrs. Joseptl Tasso, Mrs. Marvin Bauser, and Miss Fannie Mustflin. LONG HOSPIf AL1ZAT10N IS FORECAST A long period of hospitalize- tion is foreseen for Dane Spencer, 12, who has been in Alton Memorial Hospital as a rheumatic patient for the past two weeks. He is the son* of Mr. and Mrs. James Mawhee ol 2221 Lawton S|>, a student ol West Junior High School, am a carrier for the Alton Evening Telegraph. Ray Admire of 706 Douglas PL, is ill at his home. He has been a bed patient for severe weeks, and his condition remains the same, a member a the family said. Edwarclsville Muny Band Program Set at Wood River Road Budget Meets No Objections EAST ALTON s- No Won* were voiced at the pubUc hearing held Tuesday afternoon at the Wood River Township ilerk's office on the township's proposed budget of $254,500 for road and bridge work for the new fiscal year. Henry Lawrence, highway commissioner, said the proposed budget would be submitted the county board of supervisors on Sept. 8. Lawrence's estimated operating budget is $165,500, and $89,000 Is the estimated amount ex- twcted to be allocated by the county to the incorporated areas of Wood River, Roxana, East Alton, Bethalto and Hartford. The proposed budget is $17,500 lower than the $272,000 budget adopted last year. Lawrence had previously -stated that the decrease was due to no appropriation for a special bridge fund and the loss of the Milton area. Expenditures proposed for the new fiscal year are: road construction, $25,000; bridge construction, $10,300; road maintenance,'$78 500: bridge mainte nance, $6,500; oiling roads. $105,000; machinery purchase, $12,500; machinery repair, $9.250; building maintenance, $1,950; administration, $4,890; and Hear Garbage Complaint at Edwardsville Man Injured in Bus, Auto Crash WOOD RIVER —Theodore D. Sweazey of 309 Bowman, East Alton, suffered injuries to his chest and right jaw when his auto struck the back of a Brown bus on Wood River avenue at 6:14 p.m. Tuesday, police said. Sweazey was arrested by police for careless driving. He was taken to Wood River Township Hospital for treatment and then released. The bus was driven by William H. Gill of Grafton. The bus was traveling north on Wood River avenue, police said, when it was struck. The front of the Sweazey car was damaged as well as the rear of bell Hill, 1st vice-president; l the bus Rev. Elmer Fedderson of Troy, secretary and Clarence Nordmeyer of Chester, treasurer. The convention will close at noon on Friday. Dog With Human III MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) —When Mrs. Pat Connell's chihuahua dog fell ill, she rushed it to the veterinarian. The vet took a look at the pup and asked, "Anybody sick at home?" "Why yes, my 11-year-old daughter has the measles." "Well, so does your dog, lady," replied the vet. served as director of the school, reports average daily attendance totaled 236. Club Women of Wood River Plan Programs for Year is sad in a is on an uptrend and cigarette!should make him consumption dropped in 1959. jferent. way" that seem this dif- Meadowbrook to Move Against Trash Dumpers MEADOWBROOK - Members of the Fort Russell Meadow, brook Improvement Association cording to provisions provided in the state statutes. In a second report the associa- ; tion was told of several inci- voted Wednesday night to take| dentg Jf| wjli(jh firearms wen action against persons who ille-1 discharged along a public road, gaily dump trash and discharge | Telephone cables along Roose- firearms along public rights-of. i veil Drive were shattered, ap- Tne jparently from a shotgun blast. o Workers from the Telephone Co. regarding the! we « called to repair the dain aged that way in the community. move came after the Ulegal dumping of trash and use of firearms along Roosexelt use firearms se . otlon along a pubh, road_,s prolubned Drive in the northeast of Meadowbrook. Sign* prohibiting dumping along the public street have been posted in the area, the group wab informed. Under llli note Law dumping of trash and debris along a public right*!- 1 requirements ol the state health under state law. He added that violators would be prosecuted. In cither ac.-iion the association endorsed the Sandy Beach J swimming area for public recreation providing that it meets WOOD RIVER - Programs for the coming year were planned at a Tuesday meeting of department heads of the Woman's Club at the home of Mrs. H. W. Hadfield, president. The Wood River Garden Club will be guests at the first meeting of the new dub year Sept. 13 when the program will be presented by thr Garden Department under the chairmanship of Mrs. J. Traband. High school students who attended I art, music and conservation camps i tlus summer on scholarslups awarded by the club, will give reports. Teachers of the local schools and students of Boys Town of Illinois will be entertained at the Oct. 11 Hospitality Night. Mrs. Gilbert Helmkamp will be program chairman. Mrs. William Cox will be in charge of the Civil Defense program at the Nov. 8 meeting. Music will be featured by Mrs. Ralph Stuart and her committee at the Dec. 13 Christmas Party when members ot tiie Junior Woman's Club will be gui'sls ai a dinner B. Reichelt landed a record 250-pound groper which he speared off FingaJ Head, near Sydney, Australia. EDWARDSVILLE-Program fo the second summer concert of tin Edwardsville municipal band, t be presented at 8 p.m. Thursday In the city park, will be: Theme, "Muny Band Presents followed by introductory remark by Jim Boyle; "Oberon" overture "Around the World"; "Salvatioi Is Created" and the "Awake!' chorale from "Die Meistersinger" "Original Dixieland Concerto' based on "Jazz Me Blues", "Ballin the Jack" and "Original Dixieland One-Step", presented by a six-pipce Dixieland combo; "Andalucia"; "All America" march; intermission; "Manitou Heights"; excerpts from "Brigadoon"; "Blue Tango"; "Dance of the Nubians"; "The Peanut Vendor"; "Bali Hai"; "The Black Horse Troop" march. Hoapital Notes EDWARDSVILLE — One area resident was admitted Tuesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, two patients were discharged, and one birth was recorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Van Meyer Paddock, Glen Carbon, a son, at 10:36 p.m. Tuesday, weight 6 pounds, 14 ounces. The mother is the former Rose Noto. Clarence Holmes, 404 Cass, was admitted. Discharged were: Paul Lizotte, Fifth aVenue; Mrs. Mildred Strasen, 832 Klein. provisions $610. for contingencies. EDWARDSVILLE — Complaints of two residents of an area near the city dump about open garbage and rubbish burning after hours brought assurances from the City Council Tuesday night that the sit uation would be remedied. In other business, the counci awarded the contract for grading of unpaved streets to Wilson Con stntction Co. Superintendent o Streets Fred Behrendt requested more help since he said he did no have enough men to handle a scheduled program of painting grading and blacktopping thi summer. Behrendt said he has fou men working in the mornings and three in the afternoons. Alderman Jesse Hessel urget the council to "get going" on pub liuation of names of owners of de linquent sewer bills and the coun cil agreed that after City Cler Edward H. Poos compiles the list the finance committee will exam ine the names before they are pub lished. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, IWO Boy Sttmmirieei First Plane Trip DAYTON, OWO (AP) • year-old Fairborn boy, taktot Mi Int plane fide atone, wwtt from grandmother's house: 'Dear mom, "I had a nice Wp. I te«w op. Love, tocteV-" ___^___^ Barleffs Wllthlrt Yllta«f, I«t Alton Egypt plans to spend $1,148 million o n industrialization over five years, Cairo learns. WoodRiverVFWPostNames 15 Convention Delegates WOOD RIVER — Fifteen delegates and 15 alternates were elected to the National Veterans of Foreign Wars Convention when Post 2859 met Monday at Memorial Hall. The convention will be held in Detroit Aug. 2126. Youth, recreation and community services activities were discussed and plans were made for an increased program in each field. It was voted to increase con-; tribuiions to the National Home at Eaton Rapids, Mich., which is owned and operated by the VFW in benefit of orphans and widows of veterans. Charles L. Knapp, who is serving with the U. S. Army, stationed at Norfolk, Va., was accepted as a rejoin member. Floyd Bunt, commander, announced the next meeting will be postponed one day to July 5 due to the Independence Day holiday. Wood River OES To Initiate Class WOOD RIVER — The Order of Eastern Star will hold a special meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Masonic Temple to conduct the initiation of a class of candidates. The regular meeting will follow at 7:45 p.m. and will be formal. Mrs. Charles Corzine Sr., worthy matron, has announced. A party will conclude the evening. Now Showing: Detour WATERBURY. Conn. (AP) — A motorist in a line of cars at a drive-in theater balked at paying the admission price. But he paid, and drove inside. A short time later, he drove out and told the manager that he had no intention of seeing the movie. He had been driving home,, got Kelly, Schuman Form Law Firm Kenneth F. Kelly, Alton attor ney who resides at 3011 Brown street, announced today his asso elation with a new law firm i Granite City. Other members the firm are City Judge Fred P Schuman of Granite City and Leo G. Scroggins, formerly of Ottawa III. The firm name will be Schuman Kelly & Scroggins. Kelly is Alton Township attoi ney. and is a former assistan state's attorney of Madison Coun ty. Schuman is a former state attorney of Madison County. Before coming to Alton an Madison County, Kelly was state 1 attorney of Shelby County. into the wrong line of traffic, an couldn't get out before reachin the drive-in box office. meeting. Mrs. Fred Berry will present a program on conservation Jan. 10. Miss Dorothy Colonius will be guest speaker Feb. 11 when fprinc'i 1 presidents will bo honored and Mrs. J. A. Harmon and the literatim 1 department will be in charge of the program. Election of officers mid the annual business meeting will follow the March 14 potluck dinner meeting. Mrs. Louis Camp will chairman the art exhibits by students of the Junior High school. International relations will be the program topic at the April 11 meeting with Mrs. E. J. Gerner in charge. ' Activities will close with the annual banquet in May. Mrs. Hadfield reports contests are being planned to promote a greater interest in club and community affairs. Mrs. Robert Hall, president and Mrs. Sam Kusmanoff of the Junior Club were guests of the meeting. BOXSTORAGE WINTIR WOOUNi prohibited, it was reported. 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