Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 21, 1963 · Page 11
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June 21, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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Section 2 Pages 11'18 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sports Amusement* Classified Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY, JUNE 21,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Dr. V. L. Oberheu To Head Staff of Jersey Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Dr. Victor L. Oberheu was elected president of the medical staff of the Jersey Community Hospital during the monthly staff meeting Tuesday evening at the hospital. Dr. Clyde L. Wieland is the retiring president. Dr. Robert G. Mindrup was ramed vice-president and Dr. H. E. Wuestenfeld was re-elected secretary-treasurer. The terms of office are for one year. Dr. Ob- erheu served the past year as vice-president of the staff. The new president has been practicing in Jerseyville since August, 1960. He received his degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Chicago in 1958 and served his inlerneship and residency at City Hospital in St. Louis before coming to Jerseyville. The following physicians are members of the medical staff of •he hospital; Drs. Arthur A. Brew- sr, Thomas J. Cooper, W. Clark Doak, Ferdinand Gorecki, Duane Q. Hagen, Omer E. Hagenbusch, John H. Hooker, B. A. Marsden, Samuel Miller, Robert G. Mindrup, Gordon F. Moore, Victor L. Oberheu, Henry K. Popielewski, Clyde L. Wieland and Herman E. Wuestenfeld. Jersey OKs Bill on Parking JERSEYVILLE — The City Council passed a resolution Tuesday evening which regulates the parking of motor vehicles in alleys and streets in the city. There was only one dissenting vote to passage of the ordinance and this was cast by Commissioner Dale Berthoux. The new regulations deal primarily with the issue of any person, firm or corporation using any public alley or public street to deposit thereon any junked wrecked or abandoned motor vehicle for a period in excess of 24 hours. Such parking is prohibited fay the terms of the new ordinance. If it should become necessary to park such a vehicle longer than 24 hours, the owner or party interested must get permission from the chief of police of the city. Another provision of the ordinance makes it unlawful to use any public alley to park thereon any type of motor vehicle, if a parking space is provided on one side of the alley or the other by use of painted border lines for each parking space permitted, unless such person, firm or corporation shall park the motor vehicle in the space provided and set out for the parking of such. The council also passed a resolution to permit the Jersey County lair Assn. to use the streets for the annual Merchant's Day Parade. Mayor Dolan will issue a proclamation requesting local firms and offices to close at 4 o'clock in the afternoon on the day of the paradde, July 16. Edwardsville Insect Fund Tops Goal EDWARDSVILLE — Collections from a door-to-door fund cam paign of Edwardsville Lions Club to finance the annual summer insect-control spray program are expected to go over the goal of $2,500, according to Norman Win ters, fund drive chairman. Members of the service club canvassed the city two nights this past week, according to Winters, leaving pamphlets and envelopes, where personal contacts were not made. The goal has already been reached, Winters said, and enve lopes are still being received. Judge Smith Appointed to Bank Board CARLINVILLE — The Carlinville National Bank announces the appointment of Circuit Judge Samuel O. Smith to its board of directors to fill the vacancy caused by the death of T. K. Rinaker, who had served as director of the bank for over 35 years and as chairman of the board for the past 20 years. Judge Smith is serving his second term as circuit judge in this district and as an appellate judge of the Central Illinois District. Prior to his election as a judge he was associated for many years with the late T. K. Rinaker in the law firms of Rinaker and Smith, and Rinaker, Smith and Hebron in Carlinville. The board of directors also elected Cecil R. Murphy, chairman of the board, succeeding the late Mr. Rinaker. Mr. Murphy has been a member of t h e board for 20 years and is the owner of the Murphy Lumber Co. He also has been a director of the Carlinville Loan and Building Association for many years. Greenfield Club Plans Shelter for Card Player* RENO (AP) — Gamblers won't have to go far in case ol nuclear attack. One of five community fallout shelters recently stocked with food and medical supplies Js in Harolds Club, a Reno casino. Better Quality CASUAL FOOTWEAR Women'* OanvM $ I All Oxfords IMW Men's CanvM 94 QQ Casuuls, Oxfords.. ftiwv Child's $2.08 * I QQ Canvas Oxfords .. Ii99 WESTERN SHOE STORES M4-Q6 B. Broadway Reunion GREENFIELD — Plans have been completed for a reunion of Burroughs Club members and former members and their families at 6 p.m. Sunday at Valentine Park. In the event of rain the picnic will be postponed a week, to June 30. The club was organized 43 years ago by a group of women in the Burroughs Rural School District and was called the Burroughs Quilting Club. Charter members were: Mrs. Elmer Parks, Mrs. Dwight Lorton, Mrs. Fred Hou- lelte, Mrs. Louella Jackson, Mrs. Tom Scott, Mrs. Ben Hodapp, Mrs. George Coates, Ms. Lydia Kesinger, Mrs. Lester Overbey, Mrs. Austin Joyce, and Mrs. Jessie Greene. At present there are 20 members including two of the charter members, Mrs. Houletle and Mrs. Lorton. The club meets monthly for a covered dish lunch eon, sewing, and "some quilting." Mrs. Edgar Wayham Jr. is president of the club; Mrs. Robert Ford is vice president; Mrs. Robert Miller, secretary; and Mrs. Albert Conlee, treasurer. Stamps for Riders VALLEJO, Calif, (AP) — Even taxicab drivers were giving trading stamps until city attorney Rolland L. Pope ruled the practice violated an ordinance because it amounted to rebates on cab fares, CHOO CHOO TO RUN AGAIN CARLINVILLE — Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new half-a-million dollar nursing home !o be constructed at Lake Wiliamson Bible Camp located three miles southeast of Carlinville on State Rte. 4, are scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Thursday, June 27. Refreshments will be served on the grounds at 3 p.m. and the public s invited to attend the program. The Carlinville Chamber of Commerce recently raised the sum of $5,000 lor the purchase of he land on which the new build- ng is to be constructed. Although the nursing home will be located on the camp grounds which is operated by the Illinois District, Assemblies of God, it will be entirely non-sectarian according to the officials of the group. The home will be located north Burlington passenger train, with old- style steam engine, will make round trip June 29 and 30 between St. Louis and Beardstown, stopping at East Alton and Brighton, Train will pass through Medora, Kockbridge, Greenfield and Wrights on route used before Burlington discontinued passenger service on the Beardstown division. Officers of Jersey S & L Re-Elected JERSEYVILLE — Directors and present officers of the Jersey Savings and Loan were re-elected at the annual business meeting of the association Monday ivening. They were: Maurice H. Jacoby, president; Henry Horn, vice- president; John G. Zimmerman, Jersey Youth Enters State Tractor Contest JERSEYVILLE — Danny Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Schroeder, winner of the Jersey County 4-H driving contest, will compete in the state tractor driving match to be held during the state fair in Springfield. In the local contest the skill of 4-H'ers in tractor safety, operation and maneuvering tractors with two and four wheel equipment is tested. Runners up in the local contest were: Francis Walsh, Eugene Bartlett, Bob Moore and Gary Fleming. Others participating in the match were: Henry Kallal, Danny Ringhausen, Clifford Moore, Darrell Fritz and John Breitweiser. Local adult 4-H Club leaders set up the contest and scored the par ticipants. Those in charge of the event were: Dwight Fulkerson, Herschel Fritd and Eldon Earl Moore. Tractors and equipment were furnished by machinery dealers including John Deere, Massey- Harris, International Harvester, Oliver and Allis Chalmers. Kenya's Northern Province has long been a favorite grazing land for the nomadic Somalis who herd their cattle and camels across the horn of Africa. YOU CAN BE SURE...IF IT'S Easy to Buy .. . Prices/ 22,000 BTU's socaoo CALL US FOB FREE SURVEY —.ESTIMATE- DIAL CL 4.4364 369' 14,500 BTU's $24900 6,100 BTU's $|3300 With Easy To Install Kit 29 E. Ferguson—Open Frl. Till 0 P.M.—Wood River secretary-treasurer and managing officer; Mrs. Margaret Smith, assistant secretary; Mrs. Esther Hildred, teller-bookkeeper and Mrs. Helen Mercuric, teller. The legal counsel for the association is the firm of DuHadway, Suddes and Davis, and the audi- ing firm is the R. C. Scheffel and ?o. of .Alton. The appraiser is 51enn S. Petrey of White Hall. Members of the Board of Directors are: Maurice Jacoby, Attorney John W. Suddes, Henry Horn, James J. Walsh, Dennis East, W. 0. Wilson, Lloyd Sunderland, E. J. Munsterman and John G. Zimmerman. C. W. Schmidt Heads KCs At Carrollton CARROLLTON - Charles W. Schmidt is the new grand knight of the local Council of Knights o: Columbus and he and other officers will assume their positions at the first meeting of the council in July. Other officers are Herbert A, Hartman, deputy grand knight; Charles F. Lake, chancellor; George H. Pohlman, recorder; Fred J. Kirbach, treasurer; J. B Schnelten, advocate; Andrew Kirbach, warden; Norman Tepen, in side guard; Robert Schnelt, out side guard; Leo H. Grummel trustee. To Break Ground For Nursinsf Home Carrollton Bible School Program CARROLLTON — The closing program of the vacation Bible school of Faith Baptist Church will be at 8 p.m. today in the church under the direction of the Rev. V. H. Bentley of White Hall, the associational superintendent of Missions, who has been in charge of the school this year. SANTO DOMINGO—The Dominican Republic is working to erase delays in American dollar deals. TRIMMING! SPRAYING! CAUL, FOB FAST EXPERT SERVICE 466-1840 STATE LICENSED MORGENROTH'S NURSERY and east of the dining hall and is to be known as Lake View Nursing Home. It will have a capacity of 76 beds. Announcement of the groundbreaking ceremonies was made by the Rev. Randol Mercer, secretary-treasurer of (ho Nursing Home Corporation. The Rev. Mr. Mercer and family, recently of Granite City, have moved to a home on the camp grounds. Kendall to Join SIV Staff EDWARDSVILLE — A re-fog- nized authority in instruction of stringed instruments has been appointed professor in the Fine Arts Division at Southern Illinois University. John Kendall, exponent of the Shinichi Suzuki method of violin development and author of a miiner of publications related to string pedagogy, will join the staff of SIU at Edwardsville Sept. 17. After he completes a series ol summer workshop commitments in Kansas, Illinois. Indiana and New York. A graduate of Oberlin Conservatory, Kendall received his mas- ter's degree from Columbia University and studies at Julliard School of Music. In the summers of 1959 an 1962 Kendall studied Japanese violin under Presser and Bok Foundation grants. Kendall is married and has three children, a daughter, 19 and two sons, ages 13 and 17. No Change in Retirement LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Retirement mnde little difference to L. C. Gardner. A te.-icher for 53 years, Gardner, 70, volunteered as a teacher for the Peace Corps. He taught English for 38 years at Louisville Male High. DREAMING OF A NEW HOME? If you own a lot.. .or only have a dream of a new 2-3 or 4 bedroom home, we've got the home or homesite to match it! Choice lots now available in beautiful GEORGE FISCHER SUBDIVISION Located just south of Brown St., at Rock Spring Drive, in a beautifully wooded tract . . . right in the heart of the city. All improvements in. Very nice paved streets. Restricted to brick or stone. See it today. We'll know you'll want YOUR Dream Home in beautiful George Fischer Subdivision. SELECT YOUR OWN HOME OR PLANS WE'LL FURNISH YOUR LOT, BUILD YOUR HOME OR ARRANGE FOR CONTRACTING, ARRANGE FINANCING FHA FINANCING For Good Lumber . . . Call This Number—HO 5-7701 FISCHER Gerson St. at the Beltline Hwy. 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