Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 7, 1963 · Page 3
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June 7, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE TO PRODUCE PAVING Concrete mixing plant installation is on grounds near the Alton Motorboat Club close to Piasa Creek. The plant will furnish concrete for the paving of another section of McAdams highway. An asphalt plant will be constructed in the area soon for use on the highway. Man on the roof is placing a vent tower. Judge to Speak at Love joy Ceremony Circuit Judge Theodore McMillian of St. Louis will be the speaker at the Elijah P. Lovejoy Assn. Memorial Program at 4 p.m. Sunday in Eunice Smith School. An achievement plaque will be presented to Mrs. Damon Fair, retired Dunbar School teacher, in connection with her work with the association. Mrs. Fair was a board member of the organization for many years. Judge McMillian was appointed circuit judge in 1956 by the late Missouri Governor Phil M. Donnelly, the first time in state history that a Negro was permitted to serve in the circuit court judiciary. He was graduated from Lincoln University in 1941 and from St. Louis University law school in 1949. He served in the Army Signal Corps, both in this country and Europe, as a second lieutenant in World War II. Four college students are presently receiving financial support from the Lovejoy Memorial: James H. Killion III and Franklin Johnson, both attending the University of Illinois; Miss Ella Johnson, Alton SIU; and James Tyson, St. Louis College of Pharmacy. The annual observance in memory «f Lovejoy began in 1865, and in 1952 a charter was granted by the Illinois Secretary of State establishing the Elijah Parish Lovejoy Memorial Assn. Purpose of the association was to perpetuate the memory of Love- THEODORE McMILLIAN joy and establish a scholarship fund for needy and deserving students who wish to continue their education at the college level. Lovejoy's gravesite is in Alton City Cemetery, where a monument to his memory was erected in 1900 by the state. Alderman Maitland Timmer- miere will deliver the welcoming address Sunday and introduction of the guests will be by Jesse L Cannon, association president Mrs. Cannon will award the scholarship for 1963 and Alderman James Bailey will introduce the guest speaker. Leaves for Dallas, Tex. FBLA Meet Kerren Peterson, president of the Alton High School chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America, was to leave today to attend the 12th annual FBLA national convention in Dallas Texas. She will compete in a public speaking competition, representing Illinois. Other competitive events at the convention, where election of national officers for the 1963-64 school year will be held, will iclude a spelling relay, parliamentary procedure demonstrations, and the selection of a Mr. and Miss Future Business Leader. Kerren will be accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Eden Peterson, and her sister, Kay, Rte. 2, Godfrey. Streeper Denies New Trial In Auto Crash Damage Suit In an order entered Thursday" at a mid-week motion day session of Alton city court, Judge [. H. Streeper denied a new trial n the auto damage suit of Heinrich Stegmann against Philip L. Zachariah of Alton. In the same connection, he entered a remittitur of $500 on the $1,500 award made by the trial jury in Stegmann's 'avor, and entered judgment for Stegmann in the reduced amount of $1,000. The suit tried last April was 3as*ed on an auto collision of last September, at Broadway and Saston, between compact cars of he litigants. Stegman, a former •esident of Wood River, is now a resident of Texas. In another order Thursday, Judge Streeper allowed a motion :o vacate a judgment of $5,785 entered last March in favor of L. Nuell and Victor Bros, against G. Worsham and Worsham Construction Co. of Denver, on the ground that Worsham had never 3een served. The defendants were ordered to answer or plead to '.he complaint within 10 days. Evidence was heard and a divorce granted to Maggie Mae Dennis in her suit against Robert Pirl Dennis of grounds of desertion. Submission of a decree was deferred. The plaintiff asked that she be awarded custody of two minor children. Berean Bible School Will Start Monday Vacation Bible School at Berean Bible Church, 3047 Alby St., will begin Monday and run through June 20 for boys and girls from 4 to 17 years of age. Sessions will be held from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. each day. The parents of youngster attending are invited to attend a closing program and display of handiwork materials at 7:30 p.m. June 20. A parade of youngsters and floats will be held in the vicinity of the church at 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Red Cross to Open Course in First Aid A class in standard first aid is to open Friday, June 14, at the Red Cross office, 810 Main St. The class will be from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on five consecutive Friday evenings. There is no charge for the course, Mrs. Orville Henry, Rec Cross executive director, has an- \ 124 to Get Principle Diplomas The largest graduating class- a total of 124— in the history of The Principia College will receive degrees in ceremonies at 9 a.m. Monday. Commencement events will begin Saturday evening with the annual campus sing, followed by a organ recital by Miss Wilhemina Nordman of St. Louis. Principia President and Mrs. David K. Andrews will preside at a reception for parents, alumni, and faculty Sunday. The graduation ceremonies will be in the Arthur T. Morey Fieldhouse. The commencement speaker will not be announced until the exercises, according to The Principia tradition. teenagers admitted having purchased liquor and beer at the tavern on several occasions. Statements were obtained by the sheriff's office from the four youths, aged 16 and 17. The revocation "show cause" hearing is set for 10 a.m. June 20 at the courthouse. A similar hearing for Mrs. Hester Yates, licensee of Club Flame near Edwardsville, has been canceled following dismis- Hearing on Irish Inn Set June 20 EDWARDSVILLE — Ludic Shastid. licensee of Irish Inn Tavern on Chouteau Slough Road near Chain of Rocks Canal outside Granite City, will be notified to appear June 20 before County Liquor Commission- Harold Landolt at a "show cause" hearing on revocation 20-year-old servicemen testi- of her county liquor permit for fj ef j a f ter t| iey had been grant- alleged sales to minors. |ed immunity from prosecution, The announcement was made that they falsified their ages to Thursday following a confer- sal May 31 peace court in justice here of a of the charge ence between Landol*. the liquor license committee of the county board of supervisors. State's Attorney Dick H. Mudge Sheriff Barney Fraundorf. The hearing was ordered of selling liquor to minors. Two obtain liquor at the night club May .11. Sheriff Fraundorf, who led a raid at the establishment the and)night of May 11 when the two servicemen were arrested, said af-i Thursday he intends to furnish ter Fraundorf said he had received information and evidence from Roxana Police Chief Roscoe Duncan that four Roxana information of the case to the provost marshal's office in St. Louis for possible disciplinary action against the two soldiers. ALMOST CENTURY APART Two surgery patients at Alton Memorial Hospital swap stories about their recent operations. Gary Thornhill, 6 months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Thornhill, 443 E. 3rd St., Alton, sits on the lap of Charles Glossup, 96, who is from the Garnet Nursing Homes in Jerseyville. Nurse Mrs. John Hoodak helps hold the youngster. Both patients recently underwent hernia operations. At Alton High 580 Enrolled So Far For Summer School Priests Lead Safety ROME — A special order has been published at the Vatican requiring motorcycling priests to wear crash helmets as an example for the Italian populace. Summer school classes of Alton High School officially begin Monday, with a record of more than 580 students registered thus far. Classes will be held in air-conditioned Gilson Brown Schoool, in sessions running from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. and 10 a.m. to noon. Ralph Kober, director, said the total of 583 enrolled to date is a record for the summer classes. The highest number previously was 500 last year, he said. Kober added that there are a few open- n o u n c e d . Enrollment for the course may be made by telephoning the Red Cross office. CRMPUS CLOTHES IN THE YOUNG MAN'S MOOD! 2520 College Avenue PERE MARQUETXE STATE PARK Camp Piasa YMCA SUMMER CAMP FOR BOYS 8 TO 14 3 One Week Periods June 9 to 15 June 16 to 22 June 23 to 29 Swim! Hike! Canoeing! Nature Study! 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The first bus will leave the Alton High School parking lot at 7:30 a.m. and the next at 9:30 a.m. Buses will be available to return students after classes. The elementary summer school and reading clinic are underway at Eunice Smith School and enrollments closed today. About 175 students are enrolled in the various classes. SAVE WITH THRIFTY S. D. P. UTO INSURANCE Through the Safe Driver Plan, your rate is based on your own driving record. Why pay for the careless and reckless driver? For a better deal with thrifty S.D.P. auto insurance, call your Millers- Mutual man today! No Membership Fee Jerry Lamar Alton- River East Wood Phone 254-9632 MILLERS 7 MUTUAL OF ILLINOIS INSURANCE AUTO • HOME BUSINESS OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK "World's Best Dad" Contest DADDY'S JUNE 16th ENTER NOW! JUNE (6th ENTER NOW! Win $300 in Merchandise for Your Dad! Plus Transistor Radio for You CONTEST RULES: 1. Entries must be 150 words or less. Entrants of any age are eligible. 2. 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