Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 26, 1960 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 26, 1960
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Section 2 Pages 9-16 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport Amusement Comic Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, JULY 26, 19«0. 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Preaa VFW Plans for District Meeting At Wood River Club Magazine Program Topic At Wood River WOOD RIVER - Alvta A. Stolze and Robert Nightlinger. local Rotarians, presented members a program Monday noon sor mi ice cream social Aug. .Jl aVsUmed to encourage the read- in the district 5 meeting at East in conjunction with the muni-'jng O f the International Rotary Alton Aug. 6-7 was planned atelpal band concert nl the round-,m;igH*ine the Monday meeting of the Vet- : house. Thr' men « fl v, readings from erans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary 1 Count.v council will meet Aug. a) djffprpn , issues to jnt HI Memorml Hall 18 in Alton, it was announced. !, th( , ,„ (J , a| , tj( ., pH ^ota.- Mrs. Leroy Phipps, president,; Mrs. Carl Benef.e reviewed| a)so ( . ea() fl ( , irculation roport on reported U.e staff dinner will be i details of the nat.onal home'. thp mm , (1/inp whll , h ^^^l held at 7:30 p.m. The opening; Films and slides of activities ol day of the meeting, with a danc-|lhe post and auxiliary during the ing party to follow. A joint meet-1 past year were shown by Larry WOOD RIVER - Participation ing of the district posts and auxiliaries is slated for 10:30 a.m. Sunday. A parade will be held at 1 p.m. and the auxiliary business session will be conducted at the Wood River Post at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Plans were discussed to spon- Gallagher and Jack Creekmore of the post. the rmiKti/ine, which indicated! how extensively it is read on an international basis. j He stressed that many public and school libraries throughout Prizes for games during the the natlon reccive the ma 8 azine social hour were awarded to Proceeding his talk about the Mrs. Koby, Mrs. O'Kellie Sum-1 magazine Stolze thanked the mers. Mrs. Herman Green. Mrs.i club for the P ast president's! Richard Llltle and Mrs. J o h n i ' )laf ' U( - hr> revived recently. He| Fuderich. : remarked that his ,'51 yearH of : membership have been very meaingful to him. A review of activities schedul-i cd lor the District Rotary Convention al McMurray Col leg f rJETHALTO - John Cooper a ' was « iv ' !IJ l>y l» vsident Alvin K IHliO graduate ol Civic Memorial stol/0 - wll ° asked members ROXANA -Cub Scouts of Pack High School was awarded a .l'l"nmng to ;«llend to give not- 1 had a summer activity Sat- ,Slat<- teacher scholarship, it l(( ' Roxana Cubs Have Outing Betliultu </ra«lual»« Auanh'tl Scliolaoliip Wood River Girl Hurt in Fall From Wagon Wood River Won't Make 'Outside' Fire Runs WOOD RIVER — The City Council, during special session WOOD RIVER .SliHron LH Monday night, formulated a pol- unincorporated areas surrounding Wood River. "We will of course continue to Boube. 11, daughter of Mr. and icy effective Sept. 1 that no fire;aid other fire departments when I Mrs John La Bun he 340 S ( ' alls w '" De answered outside | they call for our assistance." Tenth St., was treated at Wood the citv limits unless il is to aid j Kraft pointed out that flreflght- FREE BASEBALL TICKETS I'aul Palermo, left, on behalf ol the Wood Kivt-r Township Ja.vcees presents ball Hrlu'ts for the boys. The team earned the tickets by selling the great- vas announced recently s the son of Mr. and ''ooper of 52.'! Lincoln St. urday at Kendall Hill and during the afternoon hoys from each den participated in races, ^^ jp wi n ^"pros<mted"to: mittee ! >lajls for fhe new fiscal and relays and the mother's ball Cooper in ceremonies next month , year wili bn fol ' mulate d- throning contest, was won byi a t Edwardwille High School i Visitin 8 Rotarians were: Paul Mrs. Charles Schlimer of Den <i ,..'o......... ,._...-.!.,.._.' ..' Westerhold, Roxana; John Ma- A potluck supper followed. The program was staged alter Hie supper and the opening!while at Civic Memorial he colors were given by Den 2. Mrs. ' active in , ne Future Teachers of Fred Sticht gave a talk on 50; America and Sicence and Let- c ,,,, f v m years of progress in scouting Herman's Clubs. He also parti-' fe vernon> and Mrs. Raymond Thornberg[(.ip ate( j in (ne Dramatics Club, led in singing "Happy Birth-i HI, m;ijn interest was history, i day to Cubs." : A councilman from the Piasa stol/e also asked all members Tom Kochan, manager'of the Wood est number of tickets for Khouryburger U'12 W. Sixth St.. Hartford. Jor to bring paper and pencil to the River Optimist Club-sponsored Khonry day Saturday.—Staff Photo. ''" ~~ : ~ "-—' ••«-:meeting next Monday when com- League baseball team, with Cardinal News of Area another area fire department. :ing outside the Wood River corp- I River- Township Hospital Mon- j^p [K) |i CiV which has been im- 1 orate limits is never compensat- da.v for a fractured left arm in-ider consideration by the council ed for financially and emphasiz- jured when she fell out of a:for some time, was announced,ed that it can jeopardize the wagon jduring a meeting of the council!equipment involved. _ ' . j \\ith representatives of the city The decision of the board was Following application of 3| volunteel . f|rc department. [based partly on the (act that a cast, she was released. i L ec Kraft, city manager, in a i recent proposal to annex a sec- Other patients receiving emer-j statement to the Telegraph to-j tion of Rosewood Heights and gency treatment at the hospital j day said, "We are going to-Lincoln Addition was defeated at Monday and then released in- j stop our free fire service to the, a public vote, Kraft said, eluded: Lee Tony Lane, 1, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lane. Rt. 1, Brighton, for a bee sting • to the left hand. j | Mrs. Paul L. Smith. 918 Fill- j more St., Bethalto. for a lacera- ition of the right little finger; superintendent of Schools Wil- suffered when a window she was j hur R T ^ ^ ^.^ iclosmg shattered hearings are slated at 7 o'clock Rhonda Harper fa, daughter-^'; lpave Wortnesdfiy mornin£; to at . tonight in Alton City Hall. j Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Harpe.. j tem| ;( t(n , , , onferonce ol To be considered are requests 9to Acton Ave.. fur a ™«>P '*;: 11OU n , superintendents oM'.-r changing classification of: .ceration mcurrecl when she le": schoo| / and , he s , ato supfn . in . Adfliliona , gm ^ d on ^ Cur . trom a swmg .n nomc. i tentlf , n( of pu |,| k . instruction.'ran tract al Elm and Wilson i William bulkerson. U son <->f | Geor( , e T \Vilkins. in Spring- streets now the Yungck prop- Mr, and Mrs. Sam Fulkcrson,, fje|d : erty- into a general commer- left arm injury suffered when! Thy ^"tcrcnce will be Irum; 1 ' 11 ' 1 disl " cl: it ta « stifle at Wood! Wednesday through Friday. Dis- Tie Eltgen property at Main Trimpe and Dragich to Attend Conference EDW'ARDSVILLE — County Zoning Hearing Set Tonight City Plan Commission zoning Bethalto: Glenn Knizer, Collinsville and; In Ann Homo - /1I1I1 llUIIlC Club Attendance BETHALTO - Twenty-n i n c Bird Council and his wife, Mr. 'members of the Bethalto Rotary and Mrs. Jesse Cooper of Hart-:<;;| u b have perfect attendance re- ford, attended and had as their „,,.,],. t0 ialin« '-'4:> year--- it was guest Larry Powers of Troop 14. announced b> club president KOXANA-'llie Rox-Ajm Unit of Cooper presented Jubilee awards c a i v i n isjeunaber ""' ^ Iafjison County Home Bu and the den mothers, commit- , r , ... . . . 1U reau will meet at 12:30 p.m , ,, , . rhitc Rotanaiih have IS years*... , , ... ,. . ,-, , ... , tecmen and Cubmaster August , , . „ , , Uixiiiesday at the East End Dads rl , ... . , . ,, of perfect attendance marks.! . ., , , llt , 1 uttle received awards. Mrs. .... •,,,-„, . , . > clubhouse and a lesson on So ., , . Jhcy include.' Qiarles Aghetta. i . , n t - • .. -n Cwper was presented a cor-; W| | liani »• t ^ ,.._.. ; .Jcial Recreation Accessories will sage. Committeemen who assisted; Neunaber and Erwin;, ! Plegge. MeinN-rs with 17 years! given by Mrs. Pauline Shaffer Mrs. Shaffer and Mrs. Katherine : perfect attendance at Rotary it ''. ... , . with the activity Saturday were meetings arc Louis Neuhaus and' U * WUI , hosle ^ s Norman Kopp, Don Wehrle, Rol- LCS Prehn. Oilier local club mem-: ,„,.....!, »",* , ,, f - , land Rhodes and Norman Bohn- bers with attendance marks ov-' HaVVNA ~ Mr - and Ml>s - <* rl tnstiehl. Bohnenstiehl also re- er , 0 years include: Ed Plegge, j ^ aj ° r ^ chl ^ re " of . ^ end ? ° i FiM St Collal , c HiUs has ceived a special award from 15 years Carl Cain 13 ye ^s (jardens K1X!nt Sunday vlsllulg hls Mrs. Tuttie for his help the'Wilbur Trimpe. 11 years and A! ' P^ 6 " 15 ;. NIr - and Mra - Cwl Ma- compleied his initial course ol past year. The Central School Paul, 10 years. ' Ulr :it Vl (JARV .M. COl.C'H. MID ol Mr. and Mrs. Ho\\;-id C'lUcb ol 1MJ7 PTA presentetl a flag pole and trimming for the pack. Attendance award for a six- month period went to Den 3,, which was a golden banner toj be attached to the den flag.! Jubilee awards went to Den 7' tor first place in activities; Den 6, second; Den 5, third; Den 3, lourth; Den 1, fifth; Den 2,; sixth, and Den 4, seventh. For Aug. 6 jor at Villa Ridge, Mo. Air Force basic military train- Mr, ajid Mrs. Stanley Woods of VV. Fifth St., have returned after, spending three weeks at Walker. tu alleml thc Minn., vacationing. Woods will re-^our^e tor ele.-tn.nic repairmen turn to work at the Shell Oil Com-!at Chanuatc AFB. 111. pany today. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rader and 'sons of Doerr Ave., have return ied from a vacation in the South ! They visited relatives in Ohio MORO — Moro Woman's Com- Georgia and Virginia, and spent Three Cubs receiving awards ^ munitv Clul:i is Planning to spon-ihome time camping during their | were Dennis Robinette, commu-i* 01 ' a band concert at & e Moro; three weeks away, nity service; Curt Tennikit, wo!f! park on Au S- 6 - ^ program; Mr. and Mrs. John Binney ol badge, gold and silver arrow, !wiu feat u re the Fosterburg band (South Roxana. and Mrs. Binney's and Lester Schlimer, wolf badge, j""' 1 """"' '•"*-"•*•••" * ,....- __o _. , one gold and two silver arrows.; and other entertainment. Thc , sists I brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and :• planning committee con- Mrs. Wt of Mrs. Robert Wood, Mrs. | a s. att Walter Mohme of New Doug The centerpiece was won by| sisis OI Wl ' s - " ot>eri wooci, .sirs. i a s. attended the Van Burean Mrs. Doris Tennikit and the' Homei ' Klein, Mrs. Arthur Al- Mohme famil>- reunion Sunday in closing was given by Den 3 giv-jJ ets - and Mrs - Henr y N ' olt e. Dupo. ing the Cub Scout grand howl.; Thirty-four members of the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heim of attended "Tom Sawyer" at| Dee atur visited Sunday with Mrs. Cimcer Sewing ROXANA—Women of the community are invited to the First itlie Municipal Opera in St. Louis I Thursday evening. The group Helm's parents. Mr. and Mrs. lip »Tiit?ht il hi a slide at Wood! fune^uay uiiuugu riiuu^-. L^IS- . ..- ^.^t,^., t mj t ,*-*''j »»fc *«**.»« River Municipal Swimming lesion will include such things. M.-eet and Hillcrest avenue, to „ . 'us minimum standards for an apartment residential dis- Pool. Hit-Run Accident At Easst Alton EAST ALTON — Earl Harp. school buildings, foreign lan-l tr ' C:l: j guage in elementary schools, | The central business district * | special education, transporta-1 to include light industries, such i tion, television and other mat, ters relating to public schools. Hospital News garment manufacturing—as proposed at the request of the Greater Alton Assn. of Com- J198 Goulding St., reported a hit! jand run accident involving hisj EDWARDSVILLE—Three area j merce. icar at 1:45 p.m. Monday. Joseph's .. Monday. Tuo According to the police re-; (|ischa d port. Hajp was traveling south j :on East Alton avenue when a residents were admitted to St. Hospital, Highland, patients were Admitted: Emmett Moore, 312 car him side of his vehicle, damaging j 18S the left rear fender and hii th, «', ,lf: Mis. Benha Wolf Rt 4; " elmirch - Rt ' J f" Mrs. Lonme Schiebal er. jmri son. 'J09 Randle; iRalke, 11 Brookside Ct. Alvin Reitistered Shoot at ' The unidentified driver ol thej : other car went on without stop-j [ping, Harp reported. i I Home From California j : EAST ALTON — Mrs. Frank EdwardtiN ille Sunday ! Owens has returned to her jhome at 312 George St., after a I trip to Caliornia in company j The commission will also consider zoning the area on Humbert road which embraces Fairview addition and property from the GM&O tracks to the edge of the Shearburn Ice Cream Co. tract. TeJephoneCo. Enlarges Base Rate Area | The Illinois Commerce Com- j mission in Springfield has ap- I proved Illinois Bell's plan to EDWARDSV1LLE - A regis-i cnliir S e 'ts base rate area, elim- shoot will be held at Ed- i;iatin 8 exti-a charges affecting over 150 telephone subscribers with her daughter. Mrs. Nina! wardsvllle Gun Club Sunday. °e- . I Donaldson, Evansville. Ind. i ginning at noon. I 11 " AJl °"; ! The women visited the latter's! There will be a 1UO IB-yard tar-i rhe tantl uhai 'ges will per- j daughter, and son-in-law, Mr. and get event, with the 100-handicap jMrs. David Mohlenpage, the targets immediately following. 'former Miss Margie Donaldson i If time permits there will be a |0f East Alton, and children at;25-pair double targets e\ent. jSan Jose, Calif., and her son and | daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Donaldson in San Fran-! WELCOMES DELEGATES Illinois Gov. William G. Stratton delivers his welcoming address to delegates at opening session of the 1960 Republican National Convention in Chicago's International amphitheater. (NEA Photo.) A . Bapti.1 Conference j EAST ALTON -The Rev. and; .-, , , ... Al Mwarsdville iMeil Oil Bond EDWARDSVILLE - Two Ed- ; Mrs. Thomas D. McDermand of W ardsville men, charged in a East Alton are umong approxi- warrant with criminal assault of I High School and arc sludetils at Wcslminstcr College. Fulton. Mo. Ihu 1 - L'O. is the son of Mr. and Miv Omlie M. Tines. L'Jll Donold. He is a member ol Phi Kap- Dorcas Sociely to .Meet at Chesterfield jmately 400 delegates attending aii ja ^.yea^y gir i Sunday morn! evangelism conference of Uiej jng _ were re leased from county ! American Baptist Assembly at! jai , Monday on bonds of 59,590 j each Tne men are Melvin Penelton and Lawrence Lewis, both 25 years old. Lake, Wis. CHESTERFIELD — Mrs.Phoe- Wood River Fast ! Oracles Cluh to Meet pa W fraKrnity. Buttwbush. 21. ' be Mathis - P™sident of the Dor-j WOOD RIVER - The Past Wallet Missing Mrs. Edward Broehl, 506 E. 4th St. reported to police that between Saturday and Wednes- Jolui Binney, of South Roxana,! \\1LLLAM H. AMES, »un d Psi fratcrnitv. is the son of Mrs. Katherine E.,cas Society, will entertain Botterbush. S27 McPherson Ave.: members Thursday evening. He is a member of Phi Kappa Chesterfield Notes the S Oracles Club of Royal Neighbors j day of lagt week someone | will be entertained at a noon j taken i luncheon Thursday at the Hart-'| Iford home of Mrs. Mike Schriber. i her Presbyterian Church at 9:30 chartered a bus for lrans P° rta -land left Monday for a three-week|Mr. and Mrs. Lester W. ' linn. i j-_._-__^^..t?i>_ ? _ i «« : ;_^ a.m. Thursday to sew cancer dressings. This will be an all-1 day meeting with a sack Amc- ! vacation in California and Mexico. • uf l-)2.'i Stanley Ave. Cottage Mrs. A-, f lharae on Kaiihaei V ihitufn ul Hartford Home course of Air Force basic military training hero. He has been selected to aitend the technical training course fur Control „ . . ... ... J _ Sllep " ; Systems Analyst al Chanuti- Helmkamp and other relatives purd. 37. laborer, 244 E. Lore-! AFB ni Airman Ames iv - ( several days last week. na Axe., was charged with "as- graduate ' of civi , . Mem J,. ia ', | Miss Carlene and Miss Ruthj ' Helmkamp of Kewanee were, i guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman i River Man RIVER — Jo Mrs. Henry Nolle, Mrs. Her-isaull." and "disorderly con- HARTFORD—Mr. and Mrs. man Helmkamp. Mrs. Paul Helm-jdui-t" Monday by his wife and Paul D. McCune and daughters, ikamp and Miss Elaine Helm-i was then released on S100 bond. Paula and Nancy, of Wichita, kamp were among delegates! Sheppard is scheduled to ap- High School Kan., visited Mrs. L. J. Forsting of West Date street, Harl- from Zion Lutheran Church who. pear before Police Magistral* attended the National Sunday j Thornton J. Lancaster at 10 ford, for the past week. Mr. School Teachers Convention held!a.m. Aug. 10. and Mrs. McCune are former;at Kiel Auditorium in St. Louisj Varner Lee Halbert, 837 Whit-1 residents of Wood River. jlast Friday, Saturday and Sun-|lier Ave.. was arrested at 2:3(JJ Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. i day. ' I a.m. Tuesday on a charge ofj Dick Blackard of West First Church Services "careless driving" and "disor street entertained In honor ofj MORO—Services in the Pres- derly conduct." Mr. and Mrs. McCune. Attending were Mrs. L. J. Forsting, Mr. and Mrs. David Rook and children, Mlchele, Joe and Melissa of Wood River, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Blackard and children, Barbara and Bruce, and Mr. and Mrs. daughters. McCune and next Sunday! Alter being taken to the po-J in charge of]lice station on the traffic charge! Court Stolon Scheduled for Thursday afternoon In a mid-week motion day session of Alton City Court at which Circuit Judge Joseph Barr is to preside. Judge Barr, said Court Clerk F. T. Boschert, will fill in for City Judge 1. H. Streeuer is presiding in Superior Court, Chicago, this week. The court session is slated to open at 1:30 p.m. Nu One Found Alton police were informed at 10:35 p.m. Monday that a man was sitting on the Clark Bridge railing about a third ol the way across the bridge from the Illinois side. The informant was Anita Eppie, 427 Lincoln St., 1-Just Alton. Police checked the area but found no one. byterian Church morning will be young people who attended a j Halbert was jailed. Youth Conference at Blackburn j He appeared before Lancaster College, Carlinville, and Youth!at 10 a.m. today and after Synod at Jacksonville. They are pleading guilty to the charges Bill Nix of Bethalto, David was fined $25 and costs for each \ Lambert and James Stepson of 10!lense. Moro. The Ladies Aid Society will meet at the church all day Thursday to quill. The Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Hoxsie will leave Saturday lor Northern Michigan where they will spend part of a month's vacation. CHESTERFIELD — Miss Ehz--Mrs. Lizzie Summers will serve abeth Parker of Peoria visited I 88 co-hostess. The luncheon will relatives and friends here during the weekend. Miss Anna Bell Kamel has returned home after spending sev- ibe followed with a social after- inoon. Visitors Leave ' WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McGowen and fam- her billfold from aid the billfold to $10 in bills and some change as well as her driver's license, social security card and nurses' registration card. mil other telephone users in the area lieing added to the Alton base rate area to have urban type service without payment of an extra mileage charge. Illinois Bell community relations manager Harry Cass said tho change became effective July 25. Customers affected are located in areas northwest s.ncl northeast of the city. Cass said that extra mileage charges will lye eliminated for about 154 customers. Another 13 customers would receive reductions, and 61 residence customers in the area who have had rural service have ordered urban type service. Addition of some new equipment was required to make the addition to the Alton base rate area, as well as changes in the central office in Alton. Convention to Be in FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT Use T-4-L for 3 to 5 days. U'ulch fre»h-ii»-u-Uuisy, healthy Nkin replace the infection. If not I in Hartford, Conn., after a two-!delighted with limtunt-drj ing end weeks at a camp in New| ily nave re turned to their home England. Mrs. Annie HiKsbey is a nied-lweek visit at the home of ical patient at Carlinville Area' mother, Mrs. Mary McGowen, Hospital. 158 Seventh St. *' WU1 ; 48c back from *««"« »"_»P« chilly for severe cases. NOW at Thrifty Drug Co.—Adv. Alton INext Year The annual convention of the Illinois State Police Wives, Inc. will be held next year in Alton at Hotel Stratford, a member of the group said today. The convention this year was held July 22-23 in Peoria. Miss Dorothy Hubert has re turned home from Carlinville! Area Hospital, where she was aj medical patient several days. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Crowd-! er and family of Mineral Wells, j Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Sidney! Christian of Ashtubulu, Ohio, iMrs. Mabel Addington of Yukon, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Birchler, Mrs. Olive Maull and MDNS. 3-C RONALD E. WALK-j Mrs. Louis Groffman of St. Lou-j. INCJTON. son of Mr. and Mrs. !js, have been guests of Mr. andji Emory Wulkinglon of jOO Price j Mrs. Gus Crowder. jj PI., E. Alton, stands a lookout' watch \\hile participating in aj summer training cruise aboard ics in Germany hoi.ormg LI. ben Two Bids to Wreck Structure At Wood River JOHN C. BERRY, son of .Mrs. Utllldol|lh ,„ l)u , Nol , Rulh E. Berry ol mi First St.. Hl , ifc ., mi . inU .,. 0 | Culiaiit* Mill*, liaj, comnliMeri his i,,..< . .,- ,,..: :.. Rulh Hills, has completed his initial couise ul Air Force basic ;military training here. He hasi the support aircraft carrier USS North Atlantic. jf the class ol a , lh( , Unlu , rsil> ul i|| illuis . ! been selecleil to attend i lei-hmcal training course PFC. JAMES R. LAMAR, son the : of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Laniar, lor i IMS Winona St., Bethalto, ' com- Presents Corsages to Republican Women Miso Francine Justice, daughter of Mrs. Kenneth Mugge, of Godfrey, attended the meeling of the National Committee of Republican women in Chicago last week. Miss Justice, an air line stewardess chosen by the air line as their representative, presented nine lending Republican women with corsages Mrs. Mugtfe wus in Chicago visiting her daughter during the activity i WOOD RIVER - Two bids J Memorial High School, 'submitted lor razing a structure i at Ul E. Madison Ave., to make Aircrnlt & Missile Maintenance j pU'led the seven-week parts spe- '('raining al Amarillo AFB, Tex.'cialist course July li at The 'Airman Lierr.v al leaded Civic: Southeastern Signal School, Fort Two Alton cuticls, DAVID H. . arc receiving sixj room for the extension of a mu- \™®. u .'! d WILFRED E. BOT- nicipal parking lot were opened, at '> p.m. Monday by Miss> Emmu|)";_ of Jaiu Clubuugh. city clerk. A bid of $1,40U from the U Ross Wrecking Co. of Alton and a bid ol $1,200 submitted by Nathaniel Thompson, Alton, were placed on file. Nu action will be taken on the bids until the city council meeting Monday night, Lee Kraft, city manager, told the Telegraph today. .Cordon, Gn. Lamar was trained j in record keeping, item identification, and in the application of Corps summer camp al Forl Rilty, Kun. The Iruiniiit; is scheduled lu be concluded Jul> A). During this training the cutlets art- receiving practical experience and instruction in tactical, technical and administrate c subjects, with special emphasis belay placed nil the duties ul second lieutenuiiU. The men are 1957 uradiiateK of Alton Army supply and storage practices to signal equipment. The '>!>• year-old soldier entered the Army last February and received basic combut (ruining at Forl Leonard Wood. Mo. PFC. HAKLAND W U1LLE. wluise wife, Durlene, and parents, Mr. uud Mrs. Waller E. Wilk-, live at 7^3 Shi'iidaii A\e. ,Ed- wurdsville, was u member of the special 4th Armored Division honor guard during recent ceremon- Francis W. Fanvll. retiring Seventh Army commander. Wille. u jeep driver in Headquarters Company ul the division's j-lth Inlan- Iry in Heilbronn. fiilered the Army in December, 1938 and completed basic combat training al Fort Tood, Tex. The 24-year-old soldier is a 19ix< gi.iiiuale ot Ed- wurdsvillc Hiyh Schuul. 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