Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 26, 1960 · Page 7
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July 26, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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TUESDAY, JULY 28,1980 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Upper Alton News Events Sunday evening service following the church's thirty-setond anniversary program. ALltWT SltJ CBfFtBft fJLBAfrS STORM ttfcBRtS Alton SIU Center campus Is gradually being cleared of debris left by Alton's big storm, June 30, and a pile of brush, trees and limbs covering more than acre has been crested on SIU property off of Worden avenue. University authorities have not decided what to do with the Prairietown Girl Guest at Shower PRAJRIETOWN — Miss Joyce Pape was honored at a bridal shower at the home of Shirley Meyer and Mrs. Paul Meyer Friday evening. Miss Papo will become the bride of Arlin Duelm on Aug. 8, at 7:30 p.m., in St. Peter's Lutheran Church. PfAirletown Mote* PRA1R1ETOWN - The Rev, mountain of debris. A proposallOtto Horstman. Arthur Henk' to burn it, with members of the Alton Fire Department standing by, has been discussed. Fifteen trees were knocked down by the storm. One was an oak estimated at 150 years old and Miss Doris Meyer attended National School Kiel Auditorium the Lutheran convention at Saturday. The Ladies Aid birthday party of St. Peter's Lutheran Church and had a trunk diameter of j will be held Sunday with a din- four feet. Numerous limbs andjner and outing at Firemen's branches were forn off of other [Park. trees. ! Mr. and Mrs. William Smith of East St. Louis were weekend COMING DOWN Two homed at Main street and Colleg« avenue being razed to make way for an automobile service station. In foreground is the old Walton home and in background is the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Smith. The lopped off trees await the bulldozer to uproot them. Morrissey Construction Co. is leveling the buildings. Weather permitting, the job should be completed within two weeks.—Staff Photo. SALE OF TV SKT LEADS TO ADDITIONAL TKOfBLK The sale of a television set and circumstances thai grew out of it m«y end in charges being placed against an Upper Alton man. A Milton arc;i resident corn- plained to police thai she sold 'i TV set to the man for $:{(). When the man said he had no reai money she agreed to take $5 week. No payment was ever made. i ported. 'LIST EVENTS AT Taken to St. Joseph's Hospital .MAIN METHODIST :w( ' rp: The Rev. John Henderson, Miss Sharon M. Pans. 1L>< K paslo ,. wj|] hav(? as hjs jf . ;ho.cna Ave., Wood River, driver, , it!p ;il thp Wednesday. 7 p.m.. jwith mouth and nose injuries: servk . e .. Fai , h ExuUi .. at , ;y , 'Miss June Hull, 632', K. 5th St.., Majn S)rpet Methodist Church, passenger in the Paris car. head Volunteer choir will rehears injuries: Walter Over by. \:>. *) : . () 8 p m Wednesday. California Avi'.. Kast Alton, mouth' . . ' ... . An ice cream social will be Mil. AND MRS. OANN PARENTS OP BOY Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gann, Rt. 1. Seminary Rd., have become I the parents of a boy born at St. Francis Hospital In Litchfleld last Tuesday. The baby weighed 7 pounds 14 ounces. He has been named Ricky Lynn. The couple has a girl, three years old. Mrs. Gann went to the Litchfield hospital because her parents reside 'near there. She returned to Alton Monday. CUB PACK 15 HAS MEETING IN PAKK Cub Pack 15, of Milton School, held its meeting Saturday eve- guests of their cousin, Mrs. Julia A. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schaefer and family and Mrs. Louise Schaefer attended a family reunion at Nokomis Park Sunday. Mrs. Ixmis Schaefer remained in Nokomis to spend several days there. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gruber and family of New Orleans, La., spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. William Spaulding Sr., and Mrs. Spaulding Jr.. of Springfield spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Henke. moters of the track that an ap- ning at Rock Spring Park in ob-lpeal be taken to the Board of servance of the 50th anniversary Appeals and understands that of scouting. tois suggestion will be followed. The theme was "Gold Rush! Under the zoninz ordinance, Days." Awards went to Paul tn e Board of Appeals has author- City Manager Graham W. Watt (left) and Director of Public Works Thomas I. Griffin place the Alton All- America flag and the Alton All-America PAGE SfiVKN ' ""•• Brighton Troop To Meet at Camp BRIGHTON — Boy Scout Tronp 33 will have a court of honor and potluck aupptr *t Camp Warren Levis lodge oicnir area the afternoon of Aug. 7, Marvin Stewart, troop committee chairman, hns announced. A family swim is scheduled for 3 p.m. in the camp pool and the court of honor will be from 4:40 to 5:15 p.m., after which the supper will be served. Swim dates for the troop at the camp pool are 8 to 9 p.m. on Aug. 9 and 16. Next Saturday the troop will have a waste paper pick-up. Last week the troop participated in the golden jubilee jamboree at the camp, 18 local scouts being accompanied by Scoutmaster James Hughes, Assistant Scoutmaster Guy Northcutt and Committeeman Harold Dodge. Being Broke Costs Mora RICHMOND. Va. — It Costs I more to go broke now. Cover Citation along side the American Flag |N. Buck, deputy clerk at federal on the stairway landing at the main en- court says the filing fee for trance of the City Hall—Staff Photo. | bankruptcy has been increased I from $45 to $50. CITY HALL STAIRWAY DECORATIONS Growing Steadily Monticello Plaza to Mark 1st Anniversary GODFREY — Monticello Plaza Shopping Center, largest such project in the area, wi.'l .Heinkcl. Jerry West, Bobby Hop- ity to add the permissable uses mark its flrst anniversary next Wednesday and will con- ' , . r-. • i r* • _- T\ 1 _1 I nf ttrinrutnt t > i— **1 _i • . • . \t<£*n\f ' * "" •* J The celebration of the first anniversary will be marked by p. carnival on the car lot which ', injury; Gary Hod«e. )(, I'ux.co.: h ,, ' , „ *• Y <h rr n' ktas ' David Swaim, Ronald of property in M-l districts week. ; tinuc .;Mu., am) Troy Hoi^e, :i9, Puxico, ™ "^' churehFrid- ^"iO m ScoUl Galcn OU ' Kenneth Cook,] when they do not deviate from A celebration of the event will; ( . idej . d 'both bruises. :^..,._ C 'ij"!^.. .," **:,?',' .f' m .'!Vernie Kidwell. Dan Drew. Patjwhat already is allowed there.lbegin this Wednesday with dai-i n , '' both bruises. Drivers of the other two cars iCake and pie also will be serv ed. ,, .. , . were Calvin Johns. JOO AI bens St. j However, the man returned to . ~; , ,_ ,.,.,„„„_,„..,„,.„„.,,,.,.,. . . , , j_j'and -Norman Knobeloch, 47 L. 'SI'ORT SHIRT RKVIVAL say he was in a spot and needed .. . . ... _ « -ru- i_ ....... u^ ......M-.'Mth St.. Granite City. Miss Pans |SKT AT CALVARV : Vernie Kidwell. Dan Drew. JDrew, Rodney Taylor, David Keyset-. Curt Kellam, Bill Kellam, Jim Leonard, Sam McEv- $6. The couple who had "sold him the TV set loaned him the was t<har s tld wlth money. llon - traffic viola- A "sport shirt" Brotherhood ers. five den mothers were given Although the transaction he- Police said Johns was revival will open Wednesday at, , , w< -' sl ithe Calvary Southern "••-••••'' don awards along with Cubmaster Sel- Ott, Assistant Cubmasters already Bennett said allowed there, that under the! lv permissable uses listed in the Aut? 6 new zoning code for M-l districts,i Tne shopping center has allj the nearest to a go-cart tracki stores under lease now and srlll has no money out of him. <'< l « niak(> a l(>fl tu '' n and hls Sunday, police were told. They went to : «»'' "»* slruck ln>m lllt ' rear b > his home to straighten the mat-'the Paris machine which went on appears to be one for "fairgrounds." However, he feels a tack for the small-powered little land Cliff man. ,. committee- ter out and found that he ap- to hit Knobeloch's car which was parently had been drinking. traveling east. The couple was told to appear i Overby and both the Hodges in court to sign charges. They; were in Johns' machine, police said they would. said. ! • Miss Paris told officers she was! UPPER ALTON WCTU TO MEET THURSDAY Upper Alton Woman's Chris- operator's No coats or ties will be the; fashion for men attending the j MRS. ORION GREEN meetings, the Rev. Howard ToddiBACK FROM CALIFORNIA .Taylor, pastor, said. Mrs. Orion Green, 308 Lam- Howard Opperman. president!pert St., and her daughter, Glen- of the Brotherhood, is leading!da, have returned from a six- the men in directing the revival.'weeks stay ip California. fers so radically from a fairgrounds or exposition, which has only intermittent usage, that a go-cart track is presently un- provided for. In a letter to Charles Frazier of East Alton, one of the track promoters, he has declined its | application for a permit covering unable to find her purse follow- i™* Rev. George Karr, of Fair-1 They visited her daughter andj a 640-foot track, an office building the crash. It contained her; field - wil1 te the S uest speaker:son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Robert,^g and re ,. t ^^ He also license and about M : for tne meetings. Men's prayer :Bull, of Arleta, a Los Angeles -• tian Temperance Union will. Another mishap between autorl meeting will be held nightly at j suburb. Mr. and meet Thursday, 1 p.m.. at Peck; mobiles occurred on E. Broad-i 7:15 - . t ' a ."!^.. pa !. P "l- °L! Memorial Hall of the Upper Al- ; way. Monday. 1:L'0 p.m., at Main Men will be in the choir at all and Mrs Bull be- ton Baptist Church. PROWLER FLUSHED FROM FILLING STATION AREA i street, police reported. week day services. Special mu- I Drivers were listed as Milton sic has been arranged for each! 'Johnson, Rt. 1. Bethalto. and Hut-; night, ford Hafford, 1005 Alby St. visitors were there. They have one other child, a son, 2. Green made the trip with his jwife and daughter but returned 'to work at Union Electric Co. Rayford Raby. Calvary music i ft two weeks A prowler was routed from Both cars were traveling west director, is heading the musical; the Beets Service Station by a on Broadway when Johnson halt-; arrangements. Raby and MaxJGO-CART TRACK OF policeman early today, police ^ because another machine stop- reported. ped in front of him. Hafford could Officer Gerald Loy was check-. twl sto[ , j n time and struck the ing the station about 2 o'clock j on nson car, police said, when a man ran from the side of the building and then went west on Humbert street. LT. FABIAN1C HOME |ON LEAVE Musgrave will be at the organ and piano and the following men will serve as song leaders at various times throughout the meetings: Robert Showers, J. 1 R. Watson, Dwight Pruitt, H. C. Croslin, Myron Ingram, Elbert CHESSEN FACES TROUBLE The installation of a "go-cart" track on E. Broadway at Chessen lane is expected to rest on a decision of the Board of Appeals on city zoning regulations. Inspector the zoning regulations in point, and the right of the promoters to carry their.case to the Board of Appeals. The board could act, Bennett understands, after holding a public hearing. One of the powers of the Board of Appeals as set forth in zone code is to "add more uses to the list of those permitted. . . . provided such uses are comparable in general character and not offensive or obnoxious due to emission of odor, dirt, noise, gas, smoke, or vibration." a ' , ' and MrS ' , if, his parents, the building. The man apparently standing on a stack of cans on a new ^^ m the Philippines, the south side of the station i u p a bianic has been station- when the policeman appeared. |pd at NQJ.^, Va. He will be Showers, prgoram vice-presi-jhe has declined to issue a build- dent of the brotherhood, heads ling permit for the track on the SeminaryJ 1 ';; l ^ r ^»™S.for! , hp program commitlee which grounds that permissable pro- ARREST SIX YOt'THS AT MILTON DRIVE IN Six youths were arrested af- ! assistant public works officer at jSangley Point Naval Station in the Philippines. He arrived here last includes Raby, Alva Barnwell, Jenkins, Ralph and Jesse Whitten. Publicity and promotion is under the direction of a committee composed of ter a complaint was signed l>.V| and w j|| i Pave Aug. 8. the manager of a drive in on Milton road charging that they would not abide by rules set by the place management of the Police reported that the manager said the youths refused to stay In their automobiles and were wandering about the parking area. MAIN BAPTIST CLASS SUPPER SET TONIGHT The adult Sunday School class R. H. Kornegay, and Dale Dunn. Following men will serve as attendance chairmen for the special emphasis nights of the re- of the Main Street Baptirt .^* 1: ^ neB ^j 8 "en's Night Church will have a potluck supper tonight, 7 o'clock, at the Dunn in Thursday is Ladies' Night with home of Mrs. Lee Worley, 508 Kornegay.as chairman; Friday Main St. 1 is Family Night with Bernard Devotions will be led by Mrs JMalone in charge; and Saturday perty uses specified for the M-l (light industrial district) in which j the track is located, fail to in-1 elude a provision for such an enterprse. He has suggested to the pro- WHILE MAN VACATIONS p raye r and Bible study will be ! Truman Parrish heads the Lester Brown, 40LM Aberdeen j heM Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., at | transportation committee andj Ave., reported to police that a| lhe church with Mrs .Earl Kjrby iTony LaMarsh is chairman of garden tractor was stolen frorrij ah . i ea( j el -. j ushers. the rear of his residence whilej 'p ne pj eVi Gary Forrester Jr.,; The meeting will close with a COLOR HUH PROCESSING SENT DIKBCT TO EASTMAN KODAK DAILY I HICKS' STUDIO & CAMERA SHOP 3418 California Ave. HO S4086 Dial HO 2-2111 for Appointment East Broadway — Alton tinue through Sunday. Smaller ..ides without admission charge this Wednesday with dai-| a , so wij , be jn operation . features scheduled through ^^ Vo]unteer F(re ^ partment will have a fish fry on the Plaza Friday and Saturday night, and again the following Friday and Saturday. A square dance will be a feature of the last night of the celebration, Aug. 6. Other events scheduled in the next 1*2 weeks will include an evening style show, a plan to plans are in the making to build additional space, Felix Gotsa. president of the businessmen's association at the Plaza, said. Biggest addition in the Plaza's first year has been the addition of the Godfrey State Bank which is under construe- tion on the Godfrey road side;Pay customers to park, a pins of the huge car lot. It was ex-|P°iB bal1 shower, a lucky li- pected to be open for business i cense game, and a midway in September. The steady growth of population in the area, notably the announcement to erect 300 homes within two blocks of the shopping center, contributes to isale. Find Adding Machine Taken In Godfrey GODFREY — Police Monday recovered an adding machine that apparently was part of the loot of a burglary at a home in Belmont Village. j The machine was found nearj the entrance of Belmont Village| by John Whitten who resides on I Lamotte drive there. ! Police traced it to the homej of Cliff Garstand of Pardeej drive in Belmont Village. A friend said the Garstand home was broken into recently. A typewriter and adding machine apparently were taken. Vietnam is being surveyed for molybdenite, lead, copper and gold, Saigon reports. Have your watch restored to its original beauty «nd accuracy. All work guaranteed. Free estimates. 316 Belle St. HO 2-2122 In all the projects customers will be on the receiving end of cash or merchandise with the] exception of the midway sale which will see a huge sale a bright outlook, Gotsa said. area created in the parking lot. SAVE Buy Your Furniture on Easy Budget Payment Plans . . . NO CARRYING CHARGES ADDED! So ... SAVE ... Buy at Jacobys Completely Air Conditioned 627-633 E. Broadway Alton, Illinois FINAL WEEK GLIK'S COMPLETE SHOE DISPOSAL SALE Five Outstanding Groups of Shoes Further Reduced for This FINAL WEEK 142 Prs. Reg. $2.99 to $4.95 SPORTS AND FLAT$ 316 Prs. Reg. $4.95 to $7,95 SPORTS AND FLATS 287 Prs. Reg. $4.95 to $6.95 Children's Dress ft School SHOES 179 Prs. Reg. $7.95 to $9.95 DRESS SHOES 78 Prs. Reg. 7.95 to $10.95 DRESS SHOES 5 1.00 '2.00 5 3.00 5 3.00 *4.00 AH nationally advertised brands. Styles for spring, summer and full. All size* but nut In every style. This Is the FINAL WEEK for SHOES In the GLIK'S ALTON PLAZA STORK. All Sales Final Alton Plaza Store SHOE DEPARTMENT Open Friday and Monday Till 9 he was on vacation. Brown told officers he was absent last week. He reported the theft Monday morning. FIVE HURT IN S CAR CRASH ON BROADWAY Five persons were injured in the CTMh Of three automobiles at E. Broadway and Herbert Street, Monday, 11:20 p.m., police re- of Quincy, will deliver the ser-1 mon at the Sunday morning j services. The minister is a candidate for the pastorate at the church which has been vacant since the resignation of the Rev. Truman Twait in April. Rev. Forrester is assistant pastor at Central Baptist Church. 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