Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1960 · Page 6
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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, July 9, 1960
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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JULY 9, I960 Details of Decision in MotorcycleSpeedwayCase EDWARDSVILLE If plain-,,jec!i\e on bolh sides "Sound is llffs "are willing" <he suit to inhri cntlv B n-lativr matter. enjoin the operation ot B motoi- and dust and lumes are simil- cycle race track at Meadow- arly relnti\i> both as to de- brook, dismissed Friday by Cir- scriplion and as to I he effect C*lt Judge James O. Monroe .Jr.. on the indhidual . . ." will be appealed to Appellate photo* Shown Court, the attorney for the plaintiffs, Dave Swan of Alton. totd the Meanwhile, the attorney for the defendants. Virgil Jacoby of I The decision observed that '"While there is some evidence of dust, including descriptions of dust clouds as high as the in) distant Cottage Hllh COTTAGE HILLS — The Cot-i liige Hills VFVV Homecoming i t gut underway Friday at the, '\'F\V Park in Cottage Hills. Thej homecoming will continue.! throtttrh Sunday July 10. Headlining entertainment at the picnic is the Red Foley television •slio\\ featuring Bohhie Ijord Fairies, concessions and food stands are provided on the eiounds for 1l»e public. 1 Members of the Sunday school classes of the Baptist Church |v.ill travel to \Vilson Park in Granite City Saturday for the annual Sunday school picnic. Swimming and games will he provided for the group at the park grounds. Accompanying the group are Walter Lane, Craig Pace, Lois Knight and tree tops. \t\f plantitfs own Alton, requested and was grant- ' . .' , •photographic evidence snows a ed leave in court Friday "to file j , • written suggestion lor dam-! 1 . . . .„ , ,, idust in the area, and age within 10 days. , ,,..,.,. u . In his decision, read in court i' rees clea "- v vlslble in consid - Charlotte Stearns. Serving the Friday, Judge Mont-oe indicated i crabl( ' <1ptail - just afler *«'hn?ket dinner are Mrs. Walter that the ultimate decision to I 1 ™* '"' • Tulu> 19 ', The ^""'^"e and Mrs. A. J. Corcoran, j ... , .of funip.- is likewise \er\ .slight.; — ,7 " ; such problems may be zoning ti '. •« i sleeping, made ladies nervous.) or municipal corporation con- ,. , v _,* ," imadc conversation difficult and; . . ' e\idence of anv dust or fumes I Irol. • . i impelled certain persons to 1 Plaintiffs «- •».. „.„,„., ; rt "- u "' b '»S » lle neighbors, even; in the injunction had based the suit on allegations that the defendants at the track caused or permitted though as close as about a thousand feet from the track." In essence, the decision noted, "noise, dust, fumes and traffic llle t:as( ' " comes down" to one hazards amounting to a public i of noise alone ' On this ' those ,. j connected with the motorcycle with-i tnres s l )ea ' < of " 1e sound as 'music.' while the neighbors and private nuisance . Traffic hazards were drawn from the complaint vol-, untarily, the decision noted, and. s|)f ' a ' < leave their home. "This was described as "subjective" and sub-j jeut to qualifications that came on cross-examination: that the babies might have awakened anyway, that one lady in it as noise. Monroe other evidence is largely sub-: indicaled ' however, that neither JULY ONLY DRY CLEANING SPECIAL BLANKETS c question had been nervous for six years and so on. "On the other hand, from the defendants there WHS, evidence that a baby slept through the races, inside the track area, very close to the path of Die motorcycles. This was support led by a photograph of the child side presented any "decibel j meter' 1 evidence or evidence [Whatever in terms of pure ! physics, "there was an offer i of evidence of a tape recording, j s , eeping unatte nded by any !recorded at full, reproduced al| adult Ule c . nfld bei ,, s of such j normal, heard by the court inj aj) agc |na( lne deef)tn& posi . chambers, which was not suf-, Uon and demeanor cou i d scarce . ficienl to drown out the sound FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY | of a rooster crowing and a dog j barking outside the house i where the recording was made :and heard on the same tape, ;iior ..sufficient to obscure the ! ordinary noises of traffic out- Iside the courtroom, nor sufficient to render difficult conver-j , sat ions in chambers. I ly have been simulated." Congested County In Madison County we have a "congested county," the decision related, with many persons of varied interests living | close together and while people- in these areas need order and wm In prizes d K: :ys jj:::::»5 it-ii::!Hi::::::: Best Recipe GRAND PRIZE...S1OO 3 In each category $25 first $15 second KIO third for your favorite recipe in the ALTON EVENING TEL] Work Starts At St. Anthony's Chute to upper story tells tale, though it tvas not being used Saturday. Rubble is slid down it to trucks to be hauled away. Contract was let last week for large remodeling job on old section of hospital.— Staff Photo. RECIPE CONTEST 2 Divortres Granted in Circuit Court Friday EDWARDSVILLE— Two uncontested divorces were granted Fri-' dav in Circuit Court. • Judge Denies Four Requests For Probation ENTER AS MANY AS YOU WOULD LIKE— ' "In this area we have no /on-jgerstaff on grounds of desertion. 1 "Beyond this." the decision i continued, "there is evidencej j, lgi a nd no municipal regula- 909 E. Bdwy. HO 5-8877i" 0m val ' ious ne 'g hbols tha t thejuon of matters of this kind. In 'noise kept the babies from! such a case, balancing of the peace and quiet, others need) John I. Biggerstaff obtained aj EDWARDSVTLLP: recreation and amusement . . . j divorce from Mrs. Emma Big- SUPER MARKET Highland & Gold Sts CHOICE AND MEATS AVAILABLE PEN SUNDAY equities would be in order on a clear case." The court, Monroe said, is "most reluctant to create a precedent in this court which would, in its extreme, warrant! similar injunctive relief against tion requests o! three Proba- LaSalle County men who pleaded guilty In the other decree, Judge June w , 0 burglary-larceny in Monroe granted a divorce to Cecil j tneft of S99S lr , ,. ash in a break . E. Zimmermann from Harley N.i in May 6 at Edwardsville High Zimmermann of Alton on statutory; Scnool were den ied after a hear- grounds and awarded custody of;j ng Friday afternoon, three children to the plaintiff, j Cjr( . ui1 Judge James Q Mon . roe Jr. sentenced the defendants to prison terms of '.'> to 5 years each. KANE — The Amoma class of Sentenced were Perry F. AJ- dozens or hundreds of public as-i the Baptist Church held its berry Jr.. l.'l: Robert J. Cocou- semblies for recreation, amuse-i monthly party Wednesday af- rek. '-'0, and Earl J. Goodrich, mem or athletics in which ternoon al the home of Misses L'l. all of LaSalle County. 111. vehicle noises, bands, musical'May and Nettie Fenily. Co-lios- A | so senterH . er j Friday by recordings, public address, an- ;tess was Mrs. Clifton Dcvening. j u( jj, e Moni-oe to a prison term nouncements. fireworks, and: Fourleen "iP» lljel ' s wel ' e l )l ' e - of 2 to '.', years, after the court other sounds reach considerable senl ; denied his pi-obation applica- CATEGORIES intensity. The absurd Miss Nettie Fenity gave the tion. was George Merrell. 20. , , , . . ,. ,. ,,missionary lesson and the devo- r,-unHo r^'nt, ../h/-, haH niouHoH would be injunctive relief j.. ... uianite City, who nad pieaaea against the traffic jams, bands, yelling and blaring public address systems at high school football games." itionals. guilty previously to burglary- Frank Cummings and : , arceny in a residence break-in children visited with Mrs. R o y ; Marcn ' 2B at Granite City. Cummings Wednesday at Nut-' wood. MAKE IT A FAMILY NIGHT! A. & P. Feed Stow 411 Plata liedtrmon Furniturt 102-204 Piaia Carton Jewelry 118 W. 3rd Franklin Union Furniture •00 E. Broadway •orrert Furniture 16 W. Broadway FREE PARKING METERS GoreJy's >08 3rd W. T. Grant Co. 8W W. 8rd J, A ft. Ante Store* •ptoff•! Uetotoi Deck MO Bell* I * I Fwniturt 4tb mod Piiu» St. GOLDEN SHOPPING HOUR* 5to9P,M. Myers Bros. 3rd and I'iaia Paul's Fabrics 306 State St. Schaeffer's 108 IV. Srd Schiff She* Start 828 Belle Scars Retbuck Co. 300-98 Plau Slock Furniture 208 \V. 3rd (Thrifty Drug 819 Belle [Thrift Hardware 600 Belle Vick'tShoti 114 W. >rd Vogut 100 W. 8lU Yeung'i Dry Goods 104-106 W. Srd AVOID RUSH and TENSION ! Ralph E. Clutts Jr., 18, oil Granite City, who had pleaded] guilty previously to armed rob-| bery, was granted probation | Friday for a two-year period, j Clutts was ordered to make res-! titution of S5'J obtained in the, holdup May 5 of a confectionery j at Granite City. James Northway. 'M. of Alton. ' earlier in the week was sen-; tenced by Judge Monroe to a j prison term of ] to '2. years in a , burglary-larceny case involving i theft of approximately $90. j Playground Baseball .Staixlii)»s Told EAST ALTON—Team standings ' j of the East Alton Playground I baseball leagues were announced :: !l>y Charles Summers, playground t (director. i i in the midget league, first place ; , was laken by Just Rights who ; won nine games out of 11. Other I midget team standings were: |, Yanks, second place, won 5 and *' i lost 3; Pirates, third place, won < j 4 and lost 4; Hawks, fourth place, won 3 and lost b; and Reds, fifth place, won 2 and lost 8. In the junior league, the Piasas took first place by winning 8 games out of 9. Other junior team standings were: National Cleaners, second place, won 8 and lost 2: Greenmarks, third place, won 4 and lost 5: Revels, fourth place, won '.' and lost 7: and Dodgers, fifth place, won 1 and lost 8. Teams in the teenage league will play over the weekend. Pres< j ent teenage team standings are: Falcons, won 5 and lost 1; UMWA, won 5 and lout 1; Shamrocks, won 4 and lost 2; Trojans, won 3 and lost 4; Flem-Kilgo, won 2 and lost 5; and Chiefs won none, lost 6. Parking Woes at Greenfield GREENFIELD—At a meeting of the City Council Thursday night, representatives of the Greenfield Industrial Development Association discussed with the council members the parking problems) in the business district. Present j plans now are to make the square and off streets for parking and cars must enter these parking areas only Irani the right. Spaces will be available at the curb and also on inside spaces next to the city park. Among other business was the purchase ol a »«-ton truck tor city use. from Nell Chevrolet Co., which presented Uie lowest bid ol a group ol dealers. Miss Gill Barrett, 16, runs | luui isning ballet school in h#* iOutheast London hume. j 1. Salad and salad dressing. 2. Vegetables (including soups) 3. CatMterole dishes 4. Meats 5. Fish and poultry 6. Desserts 7. Cakes and cookies 8. Pie 9. Breads 10. Outdoor cookery JUDGES Winning entries will be published in a Telegraph Special Cookbook edition. 1. Mifl» Ruth Shank (Chairman) Home Economics Director, Union Electric Company, St. Loui*. 2. Mrs. \V. G. Orandfield, Home "Economist, Monlicello College. 3. Miss Jane Henry, Director of Home Economic* and Lunch Service, Alton Board of Education. 4. Mi»» Amy Stalling!*, Home Economic*, Civic Memorial High School, Bcthalto. 5. Mr». Eileen Wendler, Madinon County Home Advisor, Edwardaville. 6. Mrs. Millie Murbarger, Home Economics, Roxam High SchooL m mail your entry NOW! ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH

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