Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 29, 1963 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1963 Jury Trial Sought in ~ Zone Case FAIR AND WARM Scattered showers and thunderslicm- rrs are forecast for Saturday night for southern parts of the southeast Atlantic coast and parts of the Ohio valley, northern and central Plains and westward through the northern Rockies with light rain and showers in the Pacific Northwest. It will be cooler over Assessor Gorman . . . In 29th Yea By FRED NORTON ;to 1934 when he was named a Telegraph Staff Writer | deputy by the then assessor. Louis James P. Gorman. Alton town- jBerner, and he has the longest ship assessor, will start nis 23th! record of continuous service of year in assessment work next [any official in the city building. Monday. , At the time he began as <i dep- His service in the same town- utv tne c j, y m^ M \ O f Uie town- Emv.ARDSVILLK — A change !of venue was taken today in the j first case filorl in Madison County charging violation of the county /oning ordinance enacted Feb. 20. ; .At request of defense counsel, j when the case was called for trial ! before him this, morning. .lustier of the Peace Earl Yuagniaux granted a change of venue to the court of Edwnrdsville Police Mag-j islrate William Traband. The case involves a complaint \ by County Zoning Administrator: Charles Krspamer. on which a warrant was issued May 24 by Justice Vuagniaux, charging John McGovern with violation of the county /oning ordinance. Ally. Kldon M. Dun. counsel for Mcliovern, said Unlay lie will request a jury trial when the case is called before Magistrate I IF' ' PfttllPI'FoTGCflSt jTrahand on the change of venue. i ; State's Attorney Dick II. Muclge, ' Alton and vicinity: Generally : Counsel for the county zoning ad- fair through Sunday. Low tonight! minis)rator. did not oppose the around 70. High Sunday low to! vt>mlp <''iange. He declined com-, 'mid 90s. Outlook for Monday. lit-j'" 0 "' '»' reports a settlement may the northern and central Plains westward through the northern and central intermountain region to the Pacific Northwest as well as in the north Atlantic coast region. It will remain relatively warm elsewhere. (AP Wire- photo Map) NO DESKS, YET, FOR OFFICE STAFF tie change. ship office in City Hall dates back sn j p maintained the assessor's of-j Pope Paul Has Audience Seven Killed In Collision Of Bus* Autos RUTHERFORD. N.J. : be sought in the ease, i The complaint, on which trial 1 is to be held before Magistrate j Traband, at a dale yet to be set, |charged that iMcGovern, of near 1 Edwardsville, had violated a sec- lion of the ordinance zoning unincorporated areas of the county by allegedly parking or occupying for living purposes a house trailer on a lot in the Sasek subdivision on By-Pass U.S. 40 just 'AP)— A ;u -p St of Illinois Rle, 159, about five Clerks and managers of Illinois State Employment service found an office where their furniture had not yet arrived. The service is in the process of moving from the lower end of Henry street to the former A & P store building on Washington avenue in Upper Alton. From left, Miss Diana Reeves, clerk; Mrs. William Abbett, employment counselor; Mrs. Lee Payne, employment interviewer; standing, left, Sam Albrecht, employment relations manager, and L. G. Rupp, division manager. AstrOIUUlt By GERALD .MILLER VATICAN CITY 0/B) — In his first audience for journalists Pop 3 Paul VI today praised their work in reporting his election — but with some reservations. He received 600 newsmen in a half-hour audience in Clementine Hall. He addressed t.iem in a friendly manner as "colleagues and friends." On the whole, he said, the coverage of his election to succeed Pope John XXIII was good. He noted they were preparing to giva "news, impressions, forecasts and comments" about his coronation Sunday. Then he adder! what appeared to be implied criticism of some reporting: "Should we limit (he expressions of our recognition because of much that was found to be fantastic, inopportune, and'inexact in the reporting and interpretation of this event (his election), which was so close to our person and so watched by public opinion? "We \\ill be indulgent toward these—alas not too unusual—journalistic liberties, and instead lim- ;fice, Gorman recalls, and as a result he started out on the city 'payroll instead of being chssed I as a town employe. j bus with 31 persons aboard skid-j miles south of here. After the death of Assessor ided early today, jumpw.1 the cen- The complaint averred that the location has not been approved as a trailer park or court and a permit for construction of a permanent dwelling has not been issued for the location w h i ch is classified as a residential district in the county zoning ordinance. McGovern's attorney told the Telegraph today that his client had purchased the property and located the trailer on the premis- jes before enactment of the coun- IP/-»»- TV/51 nc»*i«n ! Leo struif> and the follovvim ? >' ear M. l/f J. T IslVailllsll | was elected to the post, holding Berner. Gorman was appointed j )ei . JK | and and srmished imo hvo I assessor in 1938 by then. Mayor BUtos _ Spven pcrsons wprR ki| , ed and 2~, injured, four critically. The scene of the crash. 10 miles west of New York City, was a mass of wreckage, bodies. an<3 parts of bodies. Police said two of the dead were in on^ of the cars and five were passengers on the bus, but they had only four positive identifications. jwas elected to the post, holding it as an elected official ever since. He will round out a full 25 years as assessor next December. personal books early next »vsek to! Police identified four of the County Treasurer George Musso, dead bus passengers as Miss Leo- Gorman said today that he has completed the personal property assessment of Alton township and plans to return the completed who is county supervisor of assessments. He and his staff are still plugging away at the quadrennial real estate reassessment. Work on the real estate appraisals is well advanced, he said, and he will begin returning the real estate books to the county treasurer >n July, However, a great amount of work remains to be on the real estate noiM Lerner, 24. of Rutherford; Anthony J. Vertullo. 57. of Clifton: Joseph A. CanTo. 73, of Rutherford, and Joseph J. Domino, of Pompton Plains, a sailor. The two killed in the car were John F. Cardiello and Mrs. Eleanor Marie Roche both of Jersey City. Cardiello's wife, Betty, was in poor condition at Haekensack Hospital, and Mrs. Rocbp's bus- assessment. Gorman said, and the;band. Richard, was c-rit ! cal. j entire city-township area is being; Onr> of the bus victims-police carefully restudied as the job j were unsure which one - was 'alive when thrown from the bus. But he landed in the roadway where a panel truck hit him and ty zoning ordinance in February. Conviction of a violation of the county zoning measure, classed as a misdemeanor, carries a penalty of a fine of from $10 to §2000 for each day a violation of the ordinance is upheld. McGovem had entered a plea of Innocent to the charge upon arraignment May 29 and the case had been continued until today before Justice Vuagniaux, before the venue change was granted this 1 morning. One of those somewhat rare incidents, a house-moving over Alon streets, is set for next Tuesday. William T. Randolph of 92 Cedar Drive. Godfrey, has arranged to have a 4-room house he owns moved from its present location at -3514 Peasant St. to a new site at 4114 Aberdeen Ave.. and a city permit for the project has been ssued by the public works department. progresses. Moonshiner Vat Taken from Junkyard DOUGLASVILLE. Ga. (AP)— it our view to the over-all. value|wou!d-be moonshiners found a of your reporting. We willingly j ready . niadp piece of equipmenl „, give you the prize of our prias o i ... . , , ( , ..' , .. la Doug asvil e junkyard, and our gratitude. ; fa He gave no indication of just j Policy Chief Grady Traylor said : what he did not like in She papal a 3.000-Rallon vat used in making, election stories. i illicit liquor was stolen from thej The audience served as. an in-' 'dragged him a quarter of a mile. The accident occurred several hundred yards east of a New Jersey 3 drive-in theater on Berry's Creek Bridge, where the highway rises sharply over an underpass entrance to the movie. Civil War Flag o Ireland dication that the new Pope in tends to continue the Roman jyard. He said the thieves appar-, ently loaded the large tank on a I DUBLIN, Irlenad (AP)—President Kennedy presented to Ireland Friday the flag of the 69th Catholic church's new attitude to- trurk Friday and drove away. j Neu - Y ork Volunteers Irish Brigade that fought at Fredericks- ward information. Under Pope John Vatican revolutionized its relations with the press, making more information ava:labl-? on j The still was confiscated sev- XXITI. the eral weeks ago. Officers destroyed church affairs than ever past. in th part of the apparatus, but gave the tank to the junkyard. "Now all they've got to do is unload it, set up and they're in business," Traylor said. burg, Va., in the U.S. Civil war. The flag has been preserved from the battle of Dec. 13, 1862. Only 280 Irishmen of the Brigade of 1/200 survived the fight (against the Confederate forces. Announce Services For South Roxana SOUTH ROXANA - The Rev. Bob Jones, pastor of Bethel Freewill Baptist Church will conduct the 10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. services at the church Sunday. The Junior Youth camp will begin Monday at Benton for children 9 to 12 years of age. Those from the local church will will attend are Lester and Rene Jones, ! Phillip Tiller and Galon Hollis. ! The Rev. R. M. Mapes, pastor lot First Southern Baptist Church will use the subject "The S i n and Repentance of a King" at the 10:45 a.m. service and "The Consequence to Those Ashamed a Christ" at the 7:30 p.m. service. The Rev. Rickey George, pastor of the Wanda and South Roxana Methodist Churches, will speak at 9 a.m. at Wanda and LI a.m. at South Roxana and Communion will be served at both churches. The 7:30 p.m. service will be at Wanda. Small Home To Be Moved over streets Plane Derby Winner By L. ALLEN KLOPE Telegraph Staff Writer date piloted her single-engine air-,day. plane to a first place victory in A U.S. woman astronaut candi-Uhe 12th annual Sky Lady Thurs- 77 C. D. Kellenberger, Retired Executive, Dies The moving job, regarded as laving some difficult aspects las been let to a contracting firm. At the Randolph home today it was explained that the 1-story dwelling to be transferred to a new ocation is investment property of the Randolphs, and that its removal is necessitated by sale of the present site to Illinois Power Co. for a power line project . About three other houses involved in the power company's right-of-way project are also subject of removal by Aug. 1, it was said. Possibility is seen that some upper portions of the Randolph house may have to be removed so the house can pass under trees and wires on its route to its new location. Under the routing provided for by the city permit, the structure is j to be moved by way of Hy-Vista, W'ickenhauser, and Leonard t o Western Avenue, thence eastward over Western to Aberdeen Avenue. The police department has been notified of the moving operation so that some assistance w i t h traffic problems may be provided should it be necessary. Last previous housing moving operation of record here was late la&t December when i small house was moved from T location in the 3200 block of E. Broad- wav to a location on Alben Street. Charles D. Kellenberger of 2713 Bostwick St., retired executive president of Millers Mutual Association of Illinois, and grandson in Alton in St. Patrick's Church. Surviving beside his wife are a son, Lt. Col. Kellenberger, stationed at Tripler Army Hospital, Honolulu, Hawaii; two daughters, Mrs. Russell M. Mather, Middleton, Ohio, and Sister Mary Joan O.P., a member of the Domini- Cleveland, Ohio; Arthur, Seattle, Wash., and Edward A., Burbank, Calif., and a sister. Mrs. Clara j Continivinc, Burbank, Calif. Two I brothers and a sister preceded him in death. can Order at two brothers. Miss Sarah Lee Gorelick, 29, Kansas City. • Mo., a former engineer with American Telephone and Telegraph, flew a rectangular 693-mile course from Civic Memorial Airport here to Kansas City, two-tenths of point more efficiently than her closest competitor. Miss Gorelick. one of 12 women qualified in the U.S. space program, received her trophy and prize money Friday night at a banquet in Kansas City. She also received a "leg" trophy for having the lowest total points on one leg of the race from Fort Smith, Ark., to Kansas City. The three planes from the St. area entered in the race also brought trophies and prize money to their pilots and co-pilots. Five Plead Guilty; Get Probation EDVVARDSVILLE — Five defendants who entered guilty pleas to criminal charges recently In Circuit Court were granted probation aftr-r hearings Friday on their applications before Judge Judge Harold R. Clark. Admitted to probation for a two- year period and charges to which they had pleaded guilty wore: t)eah Leroy Grissom, 17, of Alton, on a theft charge; Herbert Brooks, ]8, of Edwardsville, on a charge of Indecent liberties with a child, and Paul D. Nichols, IS, Granite City, who had pleaded guilty of burglary-theft. Granted probation for three years, and charges to which they had pleaded gulty, were: Charles Andrew Sudek, 19, Madison, burglary-theft, and Bedford James Bniwley, 29, of Venice, who pleaded guilty June 24 to a similar charge. A charge of armed robbery pending against Robert Forte was removed from the docket with leave to reinstate, under order Friday of Judge Clark. Forte had been jointly indicted with Gaeth- el Beaton, IS) of Granite City in connection with a shotgun holdup of two women at a Granite City doughnut shop. Beaton as convicted May 15 by a Circuit Court jury and sentenced June 20 by acting circuit judge Austin Lewis to a prison term of 3 to 8 years. Judge Clark, in ordering the armed robbery case against Forte removed from (he court docket, noted that the defendant has waived extraditin to Kansas to face prosecution on a criminal charge there and directed that he be turned over to Kansas authorities. Tools Stolen from Sawmill on Rte. 140 EDU'ARDSVILLE — Theft of a chain saw, log chain and tools valued at more than $150 was reported to the sheriff's office early this morning by Jess Harbison, operator of a sawmill off Rte. 140 at Carpenter Road. Harbison said he was in living quarters next door to the sawmill when an automobile stopped in front of the mill. He called the sheriff's office, he said, when he heard a man call out to another and then both drove away in the car, turning west on Rte. 140. Deputies Sam Noto Jr., and John Urban, who responded to the call at 3:20 a.m., searched the area but were unable to locate the thieves. Woman Watching TV Show Cuts Hand in Electric Fan KELLENBERGER of one of Alton's early mayors, died at 9:15 p.m. Friday in St. Anthony's Hospital. Mr. Kellenberger, 77. had been in failing health for some time and a patient in the hospital since June 11. A member of an old Alton family, ho was born July 7, 1885, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. Kellenberger. His grandfather, the late Lewis Kellenberger, was mayor of Alton 100 years ago. having served from 1860 to 1862. He and his wife, the former Anna G. Newman, observed the] oOth anniversary of their marriage, on June 12, 1962, with open house. They were married An accident related to the cur- . The fan had no guard, she said, rent, hot weather caused an in-| and sllr - accidentally stuck her jury to Mrs. Alice Kirk, 53, of i fingers into the blades ,„,,,., , , Mrs. Helen Feeze), 62, of 711 1301 b. -Kb M.. Alton when she| E Fcrguson S1-p W ood River, inadvertently stuck her hand into j turned her ankle Friday when she' elhe spinning blades of an electric,twisted it as she stepped across fan. |a small ditch. A cast was applied .Mrs. Kirk sliced three fingers i at St. Joseph's, of her right hand, and was treat-; Joseph and Melvin Frasier, ed at St. Joseph's Hospital. She; three-year-old twin sons of Joseph I Frasier of Godfrey, had their stomachs pumped out at Alton Me-' morial I lospital Friday when they; swallowed about 10 baby aspirins ! apiece. j said she was watching television !at her home Friday night, with a fan running alongside her to cool her room, and move the fan. reached out to FOR YOUR SUMMER HOUSE GUESTS STEAM-ROLLING ADVENTURE A coal car for camera fans was part of an excursion run on the Burlington Railroad between St. Louis and Beardstown today. In addition to a baggage car for .sound equipment, the train, pulled Trieste to Try Again Today In Search for Lost Thresher By JAMES CALOGKBO i third man into the six-foot s-on- ABOAHD USS FORT S.N'ELL-, dola "to increase the underwater by a steam locomotive, hauled three air- conditioned passenger cars and a refreshment car. Similar trip will be made Sunday. ING (APi—The bathyscaphe Trieste today descended to the ocean bottom for the fourth time in search of the .submarine Thresher. Three men were aboard tht Trieste, instead oi the usual two, to follow up an important search clue. The Navy said it crammed the search efficiency." Added today was Lt. Cmdr. Eugene J. Cash. \'>'l, of Orchiird Park, N.Y., a submarine officer making his first bathyscaphe dive. Also aboard were Lt. George W. Martin, 30, of Bethlehem, Pa., and civilian scientist Kenneth V. Mackenzie, 31. of San Diego. Insl.M on Union Service When You NEED A TOW TRUCK Call HO 2-8623 1! 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