Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 28, 1960 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 28, 1960
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TUESDAY, JUNE 28, I960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Upper Alton News Events At'TO, BtCTTLI! OOLLtDB AT Mil GRKKKWOOD AVft. An automobile driven by Clarence Slaten, Humbert road, col- cording to police. Officers (foes' ttOTTM the OeCUpBflt of the fMf part of the dwelling, bat die said that She had heard nothing! The time of the break in has thus not yet bewi determined. IMed with a bicycle ridden by Gregory Markham. I, of 580 Washington Ave. Monday eve* ct§8 TOtft nir« in the 1900 block of Oma^,,; gA§| , *"" from °* «"* m ' ** According to police, Staten . eaid that he was traveling west on Greenwood and did net see the boy on the bike because of the high weeds in the area. The Markham boy told police that he was about to cross Greenwood on his bike, and dM not see the car because of the weeds. He told officers that his bike ran in front of the auto at 1611 Greenwood. WOMEN PLAN BENEFIT (BARD PARTY WEDNESDAY The All-Auxiliary Owens-Illinois benefit card party will be their families, toured the Grafton Nike base Sunday afternoon. The trip was sponsored by the 9699th Air Reserve Squadron of East Alton. The tour included a partial explanation of the weapons system, a ride aboard an army bus, and a demonstration of handling of guard dogs. Following the tour, the group held a picnic at Pere Marquette Park. REPORTS PROWLERS AT HER ROME held Wednesday evening at 7 Mrs. Maud Clayton, 2726 View- o'clock in the Onized club room | land Ave.. an employee of St. Joi seph's Hospital, reported to police Monday that she has been having trouble with prowlers at her home for the past few weeks. According to police, M>s. Clay gymnasium. This party Is for the raising of funds to finance the auxil- monthly' parties for pa- at the Alton State Hos- iary s tients pital. There will be table and attendance prizes awarded at the card party, VIRGIL CAMPBELL ENTERS HOSPITAL Virgil Campbell. 91? Rixon ton said that M\mday night in the latest instance, her daughter and her daughter's boy friend discovered two young boys at the keyholo at the front door of the Clayton residence. The youths were lighting matches in the keyhole. They left after being discovered, Mrs. St., entered Wood River Town- Clayton told police, ship Hospital Monday for a ser- nets rMKi oeen ta* ken. He said that he had no idea exactly when or how the weights were stolen. MM WWCTT TO <M)nt PAIMCNTS Miss Roberta Jouett, 2803 Benbow St., left St. Louis by plane last night to join her parents in Vineland, N.J. Day Camp Enrollment Still Open Enrollment for the Alton Recreation Department's annual Day Camp is still possible for boys and girls from 7-12. Day camp is being held Monday through Friday from 9 a. m. to 3:30 p.m. for sis weeks. An additional week will be devoted to the mentally retarded. All day camp activities take place in Rock Springs Park. Each day the campers cook TROPHY WINNERS ies of tests and observations, his wife said today. It is not known when he will be released. C. H. TUNOETT IS HONORED AT DINNER C. H. Tungett, George St., was honored by friends and relatives at a dinner Sunday at Owens-Illinois Club grounds. The occasion was Tungett's 50th birthday. HOUSE BROKEN INTO WHILE OCCUPANT ON VACATION Mrs. Myrtle Goss, 511 Porter St., told police that her house had been broken into this week while she was away on vacation. Investigating officers said that the screen on the kitchen storm door had been cut, and the window in the regular kitchen door shattered. The burglar gained entrance to the house through this door. The only articles reportedly taken were two white bedsheets, ac- HAMMOND ORGANS • Sales •Rental •Lessens HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS OF ALTON 664 E. Bdwy. Dial HO 2-9612 their meals over a campfire in a campsite which they have built. Meals include hot dogs and marshmallows. Also campers have prepared hamburgers, camper's stew, pork chops, baked potatoes, tuna and noodles, salads, corn-on-the-cob, j tomatoes, spinach, and hot jbuns: and they have baked a i cake in true camp style. j ' A program of nature crafts,; „ ~ ., , -..„>- ,„ , . [ramp sports and games, nature! C. C. Barlow. 1.50, Washington j stud and h , k , , i ,f* *«ll*J « n 1 1 n» 1V/I n^t.4n • t tl*n t ITU** ' t-TG>| showers 'and wading is being j topped by the building of a real campsite, complete with a large High point winners of the East Alton "Junior Olympics" are shown at the Community Building receiving trophies from Paul Perlermo, Community Building assistant director. From left to right are: Bob Fisher, Bucky Plopper, Cozette Ottwell and Margaret Shoppell.. A total of 100 ribbons were also awarded.—Staff Photo. Building Program Urged In Edwardsville Unit In the city, we should not b* very quick to eliminate these that are in existence." As an alternative, Dodds sug* that the board study set- the location of a main- vey conducted by Washington [ tenance garage, warehouse and University. service area on a four-acre plot The survey has been In tfie j adjacent to thV new Junior high hands of board members for!school. Dodds didn't agree to the EDWARDSVtLLE - Widespread building recommendations In the "far-flung" Edwardsville school system havei been made to the Board of Ed-; ucatlon in a school building some time and was discussed publicly for the first time Monday night. It was generally agreed that the survey Is so comprehensive that after further study by the board, a "Citl- zens Committee" will be called in to help evaluate the reconv menrlations. Most of the proposals made in the survey were concurred in by SrhoOl Superintendent A. Gordon Dodds. In a list of priorities presented by Washington University, it was recommended that Moro School not be utilized any longer eventual elimination of Hadley School In its present location. The district has already discussed the matter of acquiring a school site in the area df Southern Illinois University development, Dodds said, another recommendation made In the survey. Other recommendations were the purchase of land southeast of Edwardsville for additional plant development, exploring possibilities for purchasing sites for additional Junior high buildings to be built by 1970 and 1975, one southeast and one possibly north. North Ahon Newt HOMB Mr. and Mn. and daughter*, nn, of East cornpanfer! by M!s» ncr of Alton, Dworzynskf Jdhft returned vacation home After in Miami VANDALISM REPORTED, KADIO AERIAL BROKEN AVP., told police Monday that van dais had broken thp radio arrial off his car while the auto was Edwardsville Board Protests \ Macoupin 4-H City Stops Pay for Manning! Group to Tour Stop Lights Near Schools unless competent ,engineers at-! Recommended for early decision by the board were a master plan for the future development of the Hadley Senior High-Junior High School area including acquisition of additional proper- Edivardsville test to its safety, and that if un safe the school be consolidated with Midway. Dodds averred that Moro School has been declared "reasonably safe" in an inspection but. that it would bejty in the area. Dodds said im "profitable" to expand the Mid-! mediate steps should also be way site. taken to sell Acme. Smola and Immediate relocation of old I P°ag Schools. Leclaire School and the building! Present and future growth of !the Edwardsville area was cited parked in front of his home on Friday evening. Barlow said that on Sunday morning the aerial was lying in front of the house, after being missing since Friday. He could give no description of the vandals, but police said that Barlow said he thought that some boys on bicycles might have had something to do with the breaking of the aerial. Barlow told police that there are groups of boys who ride their ,bicycles past his house and make a nuisance of themselves with their shouting and yelling to one another. W.C.T.U. TO MEET THURSDAY The Upper Alton Women's Christian Temperance Union will meet at Peck Memorial Hall at 1 p.m. Thursday, REPORTS THEFT OF BAR BELL SET Alfred Spa, 601 Olmstead Way, reported to police Monday the theft of a 300 pound bar bell set from the garage at his home. Spa also reported* that two 28 shelter, a campfire, a garden and various camp facilities. Every other Friday the campers wili hold an evening cookout for their parents. Each camper will prepare his specialty for his parents. The parents will be invited to tour the camping area and will be shown the accomplishments of their children. Demonstrations of camp singing avid games will be given. EDWARDSVILLE - Protests were mode by Board (if Education members Monday night to a notification received from the City Council that effective June 1 the city will make no further payments for manning school special police stop lights. According to the notification, It is the opinion of the City Council that responsibility for furnishing special police orj crossing guards Ijes with the school district. Eight Jurors Selected for Fisher Trial of an adequate plant was recom mended. Dodd's suggestion was;in the survey as the basis I that nn additional four rooms be; the proposals made. ! EDWARDSVILLE -- A group j built- onto New Leclaire (which -|of 300 Macoupin County 4-H'\vould require acquisition of |Cluh boys and girls will visit| more land for adequate playi 'Edwardsville Wednesday on an i space), to accommodate old Le-| claire students and that relocation of the latter school to an_. ! other site in the eastern part of The group will be met on the , he cl(y be studied. for Tliey were guest* Ciub Hotel. OOftfl EAST TO SWWO HMMKR MONTHS Mrs. Gertrude Semto, of Dr. Prank B«mil Of fltttt Aiby St., is visiting ritittVW in Bangor. N. Y,, and 0!h« points in the east. Accompanying Mrs. Bemta to the home of her sister, Mist BeWtof Wtl- Hnms. where she will spend tin summer, were Mrt. IteWk Bemis and daughter, Kathy of the Alby street addreM, and Mrs. C. L. Drake of White Hall. En route home the latter three visited the North Pole at Wilmington. N. Y., and the Eteen- newer locks senway, and on in the St. various Louis Cana* on an' • educational tour, arriving in the! I city on six buses at 9 a.m. EDWARDSVTLLE - Eight of the required 12 jurors had been After the cookout those campers interested will camp overnight in the park campsite, accompanied by all day camp staff members. They will prepare breakfast the following morning over their camptire before returning home. The purpose of a program of this type is to give children the opportunity to experience the activities of a real camp. The j campers are instructed and accompanied at all times by competent staff members. The cost for day camp is Board member Robert Wehling said the letter ''is another example of the crude thinking of about one-half of the City Council. Crossing guards are a traffic problem and as such arc traditionally met by policemen." Wehling said he felt the district should have a "declaration of the courts on the matter." School Board Attorney John Morrisey said an opinion obtained from the attorney general was that the school district "can" use either school boy patrols or aclull crossing guards but thai the opinion did i.not say thai guards were the accepted by both sides at noon today in year-old charged his father last March 21 at family home near Mitchell. | Kansas street parking lot by I May or William S. Straube. Chamber of Commerce President Lyle Wlllard and County Clerk fitHalia Hot/. SaysMaskedMah *• Fired 2 Shots Into VFW Home dian cities, including Montreal. ATTEND PICNIC IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Mrs. Nora Pfaff, Mrs". Hattie Frey and Mrs. Martha Myers, members of Alton Circle, Military Order of Lady Bugs, accompanied by Mrs. Eyelle Fulkerson, attended a picnic at Waterloo, Sunday. The picnic, at i Energy Acres, Sanefur Farms, was sponsored by Little Egypt Circle, MOLB. East St. There were for dancing. .games and Louis, music the murder trial of 16- At 9:15 a . m . one half of fhe David Luther Fisher., group U . U] vlsjt 1he Madlson with fatally shooting) f^^, M istorica | Society muse . tnei um and the other half will visit !the county farm bureau head- groups will then At the Farm Bu- Completion of a jury was ex-:quarters. The pected in Circuit Judge Joseph J. Barr's court early this afternoon. Young Fisher is charged in an indictment with fatally shooting his father, George Fisher, 4S. with a shotgun and .38 caliber pistol. The case is being prosecuted by Assistant Slate's Attorney Burton Bernard of Granite City. Austin Lewis of Madison, a former stale's 40 cents perr™ 1 sa >' child, which cov-l du5tncts responsibly. clay for each child, which ere the meal for that day. I Boa r d President i Schaefer said he felt the district Jessie Springer, will address the boys and girls at the courthouse. Also on the schedule is a tour of Richards Brick Co., a recreation period and visit at the public library and a bus tour of the attorney of Madison County, is' Southwestern Campus of South- defense counsel. 'ern Illinois University where Court attaches said trial of'they will be greeted by thn vice jthe case was expected to extend president. Dr. Harold W. Sec. Roben through Friday. reverse visits. reau they will view a film, "Illinois Holidays." sponsored by Illinois Bfell curator of Telephone Co. The the museum. Miss FOR THE BEST IN CARPETING 100 Samples brought to your home—Tree Estimates. Call ALADDIN CARPET MOBILE Day and Evening Appointments Howard 5-3784 It's Universal TOWSON, Md. <#> days, no one escapes the craze. A 23-year-old secretary planning to be married disclosed that the things in her hope chest include 10 ing stamps. (was extending its influence in- These t o a territory where it shouldn't be extended in providing the SPECIAL NOTICE!; The Following Merchants Will Observe SUMMER STORE HOURS THRU JULY and AUGUST guards, since some crossings are away from school grounds. It was reported that guards for books of trad-1 nine crossings costs about $7,000 a year. The issue was referred to Morrisey for further study. Teachers employed were: Robert Remmert. to teach ] general science in junior high, | OPEN DAILY AS USUAL SATURDAYS 9 A.M. to 1:00 P,M, CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOONS We feel these hours will be an asset to both our Customers and Employes thus enabling us to render better service to everyone. GOULDING'S JEWELRY 206 W. Third St. Downtown Alton EDWARD OTT, JEWELER 223 Market St. Downtown Alton Brandenberger Jewelry 215 Pioso St. Downtown Alton Henry L. Berger, Jeweler •53 E. Broadway East End MURPHY'S JEWELRY 602 E. Broadway Alton HUDSON JEWELRY 314 Belle St. Downtown Alton Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" To the recommendation to enlarge Olen • Carbon school, Dodds said the addition of six classrooms there would "be an economical way of taking care of the rapid growth in the south end of the district." Dodds concurred in the enlargement Of Columbus School site, reducing the building size and "in the future" considering elimination of Lincoln School and consolidation of the two. It is quite evident, Dodds indicated, that there is need /or a school building on the west side of the city. Dodds expressed doubt, however, agout wisdom of one recommendation locating Board of Education offices, warehouse, storage and a garage at the old Leclaire site. The site there has become well accepted as a rev re at ion area for the city t as well as for the school! district." Dodds said, "and since! there is a shortage of play fields EDWARDSVILLE - Night deputies from the sheriff's office were dispatched early Tuesday morning to the Veterans of For- Wars building at Cottage after the custodian there, William Thompson, reported a masked man had fired two shots into the place shortly before 2 a.m. Deputies Moss and Newman, upon arrival at the VFW home, said Thompson told them he heard someone knock on the door as he was cleaning up inside the building. As he went to open the door, the porter related, a man with a red handkerchief or mask over his head MANICURE for MEN MINERAL SPRINGS BARBER SHOP Phone HO 5-4060 Prepares for Ix>ng Stroll MILL CITY, Ore. S» — Paul Smith is training daily for what he says will be his longest walk —from San Francisco to New York, and back again. "Nobody has ever completed the trip both ways," said Smith. He's 75. fired two shots from a .22 caliber rifle into the building. The deputies said they were unable to find marks on the walls or doors from the bullets and failed to locate empty cartridge cases outside the building. 102 Dial HO 2-2111 , for Appointment East Broadway — Alton Pleads Guilty, Fined . On Three Charges Cecil Hartwell of Wood River entered pleas of guilty in Alton police court Monday evening to city complaints of intoxication, disorderly conduct, and destruction of property, and fine, 1 * of S25 on each charge were imposed by Magistrate Fred J. Schreiher. The complaints were! insed on an incident at the) **± A WT- I WILLIAMS CASUAL OAK The same wonderful values you saw in LIFE Donald Smitley. assistant prin- i cipal oi the new junior high, Cnnipl Drive-In, 3H87 K. Broad- school; and Darlenc Wenner. V , ;|V | ctt Saturday night .where physical education. The re«ig- nations of Dollie L. Gilkison and Mrs. Monda Sergerson wore accepted. v, ;iy. | a car driven hy Hartwell allegedly stirred up a barrage of prhbles with its spinning wheels. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily \ Building Damaged by Missile From Bluff Alton policemen si-oiiml the blufftop area overlooking tht- • riverfront plant of Piasa Too] &• Die Co. shortly after 8 p.m. Monday following compliint <i missile had broken a holt- in i the root of a plant building. No one who might huve hurled the missile was found. Police urre informed of the incident by Harold Potasky of Rosewood Heights. Investigation revealed the hole in the roof was about the size of a tea-cup, the police report states. By DKNNV FO8TKK, .IK. THE FUSE IS BURNING,, ' f"'<?W*Vt**~ w» by ROCKET! i . . . anil UN set to go off with a 1%, KHtKf.uriK bung thi« weekend! Maybe I'm just old-fashioned, hut (he Fourth of July U one of my favorite holidays. (ilve me H good parade to watch in the morning, a picnic with » gang of friend* in the afternoon—and I'm happy. If the .Fourth means fun to you, too— make a note right now to «ave the day's highlight* In pictures. 1 Not jiikt one picture, mind ! you. But picture* of the kids up lo their eaTmr^vaternielon. Of the "married*" playing softball i ugaliikt the "Kinglet." Of thtt gain dUhing up food until the picnic i table iteeiiik ready to buckle. \ whole oerins of pictures that will iitave all the flavor of the day. : Ko drop in before the big ; week-fnd and ittoc.k up on plenty of film. If you've got a minute, i we'll IM- glad to trot out all the i neu still and movie camera* that are part of the Kodak 19 BO 'Camera Parade. , Tliew are the new camera* i that make It *o much ea«ier to I take good picture* in color or jblat-k-uitd-whiUt. If any one of I them strikes your fancy, you jwuld be taking picture* with it over the Fourth. All it takes is Ja few dollars down on our ea*.v; payment plan. I But new camera or old —be *ure it's loaded. Remember: Picture it now, see it'again and again. Kids can kick it! Wagons can whack it! Parties can punish it! 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