Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 29, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, June 29, 1963
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SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN Obituaries Hellrung John H. Hellrung, 92, retired real estate developtr, and former proprietor of a grocery store in Alton, died at 8 a.m. today in St. Anthony's Hospital. He lived at 257 W. 19th St. Mr. Hellrung had been ill for one month, and at the beginning of his illness had been hospitalized. He re-entered the hospital this morning about an hour previous to his death. He was born in Alton April 18, 1871, one of five children of the lale Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Hellrung. He was the last of his family. Mr. Hellrung had a varied career. During his early life he taught school and was an organist in Kansas. After returning to Alton he operated a grocery store at Kith and Belle Streets for a number of years, and then engaged in the real estate business. He retired 20 years ago. Survivors are a son, John J. Hellrung, and a daughter, Francas A. Alton, and a grandson, Thomas J. Hellrung. His wife, the former Gonevieve Kaufhold, died in 1953, and a daughter, Mary in 1942. Funeral rites will be conducted Tuesday at 9 a.m. in St. Mary's Church, followed by burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The body is at Burke Funeral Home where friends may call after 2 p.m. Monday. The Rosary will be recited Monday at 8 p.m. of the late Mr. and Mrs. James M. Skinner. She was married Aug. 3, \ at Douglass, Kans.. where 1910, server. They lived in Wood River for 32 years before moving to Tulsa recently to he near a son. Surviving beside her husband are a daughter, Mrs. Lou Nelle A. Heiz, Puerto Barrios, Guatemala; a son, James W. Miller, Tulsa, and seven grandchildren. The body is at Hilyard Mortuary, Douglas, Kans., where services will be conducted Tuesday. Groshans Wiehe EDWARDSVILLE — Theodore E. Wiehe, 81, a retired farmer and resident of the Hit/ Nursing Home, Alhambra, died at 7:If p.m. Friday at St. Joseph's Hos pital, Highland, where he had beer a patient 10 weeks. Born Sept. 20, 1881 in Hame Township, a son of the lale Hen ry and Mary Renkcn Wiehe, ho survived by two brothers and sister, Fred J. Wiehe of Edwards ville, Charles W. Wiehe of Hame Township and Mrs. John Speck man of Edwardsville. He was a member of the 1m manuel United Church of Chris of Hamel, where services will bi conducted at 2 p.m. Monday b; Rev. Paul A. Wobus, pastor Friends may call at the Woho Funeral Home after 10 a.m. Sun day. Interment will be in Imman uel Church Cemetery. Kane CARROLLTON—Funeral rite for Joseph Kane, 72, Carrolltot area farmer, who was killed in a truck-tractor accident. Frida; on Alternate Highway 67, wil be conducted at. 9 a.m. Mondaj at St. John's Catholic Churcl Burial will be in St. John' Cemetery. The body is at Mehl Funera Home, where friends may ca after 7 p.m. today and the ros ary will be recited at 8 p.m Kane is survived by a brolhei Mark, with whom he operate a farm southwest, of here. Marvin Austin Collinge, drive of a federal truck involved in the accident, told police that he struck Kane's tractor and wagon when he was driven back Into the right lane of the highway by an oncoming car as he was al tempting to pass tractor. In ill health for eight months, /Irs. Charlotte Emma Groshans, ), of 2406 Virden St., died Fri- ay a I. 3 p.m. in SI. Joseph's Hos- ital. The Former Charlotte Heafner he was born Oct. 2, 1896, in Elah Township. She was a daugh- r of the late Mr. and Mrs. John loafner, and a sister of Police hief John M. Heafner of Alton. She was married April 18, 1917, o Robert J. Groshans of Godfrey, lor husband died in 1944. A former employe of Elm Street armeiit Co., Mrs. Groshans hat: icon retired since July of 1962 More moving to Alton, two years ago, she had resided in God- ivy. She was a member of Alton Evangelical Church and belongec o Royal Neighbors Lodge. Surviving beside her brother tohn, are a daughter, Mrs. Dorohy Middlecoff, Alton; three sons, Henry and Leon, Alton, anc Robert, Kansas City; two sisters Mrs. Lena Factor, Bethalto, and Mrs. Emma Pivoda, Godfrey, anc wo brothers, William and Elmer Godfrey, and 12 grandchildren The Rev. Charles Stevens, pas lor of Alton Evangelical Church will conduct funeral rites Mon ay at 2 p.m. in Gent Chapel Burial will be in Upper Alton emetery. Visitation hours al the chape will be after 2 p.m. Sunday. Simps on Mrs. Dewey Simpson, 69, 3144 Belle St., died Thursday followin a long illness. Mrs. Simpson was taken to S Joseph's Hospital Wednesday nigh and died Thursday at 9:30 a.m Funeral services will be conduc ed al 8 p.m. in the Church God and Christ, 1821 Belle St Sunday. Burial will be in Uppe Alton Cemetery at 10 a.m. Mor day. Service will be in charge o the Rev. Ralph J. Monroe. Friends may call at the churc after 4 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Simpson, originally frorr Bartville, Ky., and who has live here for the past 25 years, is su vived by her husband, a daughte Mrs. Floyd Smith, and a brothe Allen Mosiey, all of Alton. Monks SIU Board Approves 12 New Faculty Appointments The appointment of 1.' new fa-jal candidate al the State Univrr-l : culty members to the Edwards- isity of Iowa sim-e I960. Stahnke iville campus of SIU was a pprov- i received his master's degree in cd by the board of trustees Kri- J political science and history from day 'afternoon. ithp University of Minnesota. Joining the Humanities Division From Imlin as professors of English will bo The board also approved t h e Stephen L. Mooney and Gordon R. i appointment of Sitanshu Mooker- \Vood. !J p(1 °f Calcutta I India* as visit- A member of the University of; ing professor of geography. De- Tennessee faculty since 1WO. 7 Treated in Emergency Room at Twp. Hospital WOOD RIVER — Timothy Sta?-, i si, •!. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mich- Mooney received his master's degree from the University of Ala- .................... _____ puty director of the National At-j af ,| stassi, 245 Westwood PI.. East 12-INCH LINE BREAKS A bulldozer broke a 12-inch water line on Highway 67 In Godfrey Thursday afternoon, showering water on a motel under construction. The line was repaired with a "collar" and, because of a reserve tank at Godfrey, the incident went by unnoticed by householders of the area. the Miller Mrs. El h o 1 Miller, wife of Charles W. A. Miller, formerly of 466 Whitelaw Ave., Wood River, died Friday in Tulsa, Okla. after a long period of failing health. Mrs. Miller, the former Ethel Skinner, was born al Douglass, Kans., June 7, 1883, a daughter ALTON-WOOD HJVUK UKIHALIO Miss Anna M, Monks, 1524 State St., a retired Illinois Bell Telephone Co. employe, died at 7 p.m. Friday in St. Anthony's Hospital. She was 78. Miss Monks had been hospitalized for four weeks. She had been al St. Joseph's Hospital for a w e e k before entering St. Anthony's Hospital. A daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Monks, she was >orn May 28, 1885, al Peru. She noved with her parents to Alton it the age of 10 and attended SS. Peler & Paul's and Alton public schools. For a number of years she had served as chief operator at the Alton office of Illinois Bell Telephone Co. She had been retired since 1932. Miss Monks was a member of SS. Peter & Paul's Parish, the Ursuline Convent Auxiliary, and Telephone Pioneers of America. Surviving arc a sister, Roberta, and a brother, Joseph R., Alton, and nieces and nephews. In addition lo her parents she was preceded in death by two sisters. Funeral rites will be Monday at 9 a.m. in SS. Peter & Paul's Church. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery. The body is at Slaten Chapel where friends may call after 10 a.m. Sunday. The Rosary will be recited Sunday at 8 p.m. Dr. Walter Witlhoffl Rites at Wood River Former classmates of Dr. Wal- cr F. Wilthofft al Washington University Denial School w c r e mllboarcrs at his funeral Friday. 3urial was in Woodland Hill Hcmelery, Wood River. The Rev. E. Eugene Smith, pas- or of United Church of Christ, Evangelical & Reformed, Wood River, conducted service at 1:30 p.m. at Marks Mortuary, and of- iciated al committal rites at the cemetery. Pallbearers were Dr. Howard mith, Macomb; Dr. C. R. By- and, Moberly, Mo., Dr. William Sturm, Illiopolis; Dr. Wallace Karsten, Belleville; Dr. George Bassford, Alton, and Dr. Jack Man/o, St. Louis. Kellenberger Rites Await Word from Son F u n e r al arrangements for Charles D. Kellenberger, retired Millers Mutual Association of Illinois executive president, are awaiting word from a son, Lt. Col. Robert E. Kellenberger, who tationed al an army hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii. Pending time of the rites the body will be at Staten Chapel. Mr. Kellenberger was a member of St. Patrick's Parish and belonged to the Holy Name Society of SI. Patrick's Church. Hinton Rites Monday At St. Paul's Baptist Funeral services for Miss Dorothy Mae Hinton, 24, will be conducted at St. Paul's Baptist Church at 8 p.m. Monday by the Rev. Preston Frazier. Interment will be in the Alton City Cemetery at 10 a.m. Tuesday. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Monday at the church. Two Boys Killed On Way to Baseball Game QUINCY, III. (AP)—A station wagon carrying the baseball team from a Quincy school for boys from broken homes collided with a tractor-trailer truck Friday night west of Quincy. Two boys, still clad in their uniforms, died. Eight were injured, one critically. The athletic director of the Chaddock School, his wife and their baby daughter also were injured. They were on their way to play a baseball game in LaGrange, Mo., when the crash occurred on Missouri 24, two miles west of Quincy. Their vehicle was demolished. The'dead were identified at St. Mary's Hospital in Quincy as Jim Bolt and John Sinclair, both 15. Athletic Director George Welch- cr, 41, of Quincy, and Ronnie Sidney, 15, were in critical condition al the hospital. Bolt's brother, John, 17, Welch- cr's wife, Polly, 30, and their daughter, Robin, 3, were in satisfactory condition in Blessing Hospital in Quincy. Also in satisfactory condition were: Lawrence Jones, 16, Billy Gay, 14, John Bradley, 16, Robert Cline, 16, Ronnie Manning, 15, and Arthur Thomas, 15. The truck driver, Buford Hughes, 32, of Quincy, escaped injury. His truck was owned by the Pre-Fcb Transit Co., of Farmer City, 111. The Missouri , las Organi/ation of India Mooker-j A | ton su ff rr(K i a laceration near jee has taught al several univer- njs | rf( eyf , y r \ f \ n y wnprl a hot. batna. where he also taught fromisities in India and was a Kill- ,| r of S0f1a Pxp ioded in a Wil- 194(i to 1960. and his doctorate I bright exchange visitor at Indiana snjl . r Village Shopping Center' from U.T. He studied a year at [University from 1953 to 1955. where j s , w . (n> . s(or e. Trinity College in Dublin, Ire- <• he received his Ph.D. degree.! Tnp | X1V received emergency and. j From 1948 to 1953 and 1955 to 19.''T| t| . f , atm(int ' ; , t Woo( ^ RJ VPI . Town- lie was head of the geography sn jp Hospital and was released. received the hos- then re- Richard Wood received his master's de- and Urge Unity ForGOP Strength By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (API—Two GOP! gree from Duke University his Ph.D. from Princeton. and| l >'since 1949 has been on the staff of the University of Chattanooga where he holds the rank of professor. ! Roy K. Thomas was appointed, associate professor in the Busi-| ness Division. A graduate of the University of Arkansas, he receiv- his Ph.D. degree in finance, insurance and marketing from the University of Texas. Assistant Professors Five assistant professors ap- department at Nagpur Universi- Other patients who 'emergency treatment at In other action taken today by; p j, a ] ir r jday and were the SIU hoard, three members of| 1(laspc i j, u .i uc ied: Mrs. senators have cautioned fellow Republicans not to "beat each other proved include Norbert C. Torre, business; Olin L. Hileman, educa- , James D. Allen, humanities; David P. Wooldridge, science and Ihe Humanities Division w ere named assistant professors: Miss Helen Goode. who received her Ph.D. in June from the Universi-j ty of Cincinnati; and Vornon T. llornback. James F. Metealf, auditor al SIU's Edwardsville Campus since last fall, was appointed lo serve as assistant to Ihe director of business affairs. C. E. Peebles. Robert Handy, director of the in a conservative-liberal paint the party "lily in disputes over civil Maltimore Riles At Graf ton Monday JERSEYVILLE — Funeral rites for John F. Maltimore of Grafton will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in Gubser Funeral Home followed by burial in Scenic Hill Cemetery, Grafton. Mr. Maltimore, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Maltimore, was born Dec. 18, 1896, in Greene County. He was dead on arrival at St. Joseph's Hospital at 1 a.m. Friday. Survivors are two sisters, Mrs. Melvin Dodge, Godfrey, and Mrs. Wallace Coals, Pocahontas, and a half-brother, Lee Jones, Winficld, Mo. Renault Services Al Wood River Vetter HARDIN — Mrs. Elizabeth Charlotte Vetter, wife of' John Votier, died Friday a! her home in Kampsville. She had been in failing health for five years. Born near Kampsville, Feb. 15 1893, she was a daughter of the CHAKLOri t: E. GROSHANS Services 2 p.m. Monday in the Chupel. Rev. Charles Stevens officiating. Burial in Upper Alton Cemetery. n state at this Clmp«l after 2 p.m. Sunday. Highway Patrol said the front tire on the truck blew out and the vehicle swerved into thepath of the station wagon. Rail Merger Discussions Three-Way By ROGER I'ANE Al' Business News Writer NEW YORK (AP)—A financia storm is brewing that savors o knock-down, drag-out fights among the legendary railroad barons of 75 years ago. It blew up almost overnight this week in the style of epic battles waged by the Hills, Vanderbilts, Harrimans and Jay Gould before Ihe turn of the century. The prize: the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad, a midconlinent line with strategic importance to Western railroads because of its access to Chicago. The adversaries: the rich, storied Union Pacific Railroad, a kind of Golaith in present circumstances, and the poor-relation Chi- to bits" row or white" rights. Sen. Jacob K. Javits of New York spoke out in the Senate Friday against what he said would be "a mortal threat to my party and a very serious threat to the :ountry if the Republican party should go lily white." In San Francisco, Sen. Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania told the Young Republican National Federation that "with misplaced /eal and unduly violent clashes of opinion, we can cripple ourselves •deviously. . .and lose the next election." Scott also put into the Congressional Record a statement in which he said he did not know of a single "responsible Republican leader who is not morally com mitted to the fundamental principle of equal rights for all Ameri cans, regardless of race." These statements reflected ob viously mounting fears by the party's liberals, represented Javits, and its moderates, repre sented by Scott, that adherents o conservative Sen. Barry M. Gold water, R-Ariz., may be steering the Republican elephant on trails, they don't want to travel. Javits said it was one thing foi a "leading candidate" for the 19G- GOP presidential nomination- meaning Goldwater—to oppose the central provision of Presideu Kennedy's civil rights program, i proposal to enforce racial deseg rogation on privately owned firm? serving the public. But it was quite another thing Javits said, for Ihe party of Abra ham Lincoln to permit itself to b tagged as in any way segrega lionist. He said no civil rights pro gram is going to be enacted with ul Republican support. MANCHESTER—A 'prize heife las been disqualified from th British livestock competitions to laving a wart over her eye. A ...'« "I Funeral Home ALIGN, ItUNOIj A Requiem High Mass, with the Rev. Father R. J. Robert as eel cbrant, wa« sung at 9 a.m. today in St. Bernard's Church, Wood River, for Mrs. Agnes L. Renault. Burial was in Woodland Hill Cemetery. Pallbearers were Tony Tovu, Barney Hamby, Thomas Anderson, John Burkhart, Robert Smith, and Lester Stewart. late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rapp. Surviving in addition to her husband are a son, Ernest, Kampsville, and three grandchildren. Mrs. Vetter was a member of SI. John's Lutheran Church, Kampsville, and funeral rites Monday al '2 p.m. will be conducted in the church by Ihe Rev. Paul Schroeder. Burial will be in Silver Creek Cemetery. The body is at the C. C. Hanks Funeral Home, Kampsville, where friends may call after 2:30 p.m. Sunday. 'DEAR MK' GBT8 COMMON FKOM SKVKN FOKEIGNS NEW YORK (AP) - Overseas productions in seven countries are being scheduled for "Dear Me, The Sky Is Falling," in which Gertrude Berg stars on Broadway. One sponsor is arranging German-language presentations i:i Switzerland, Germany and Austria; another controls the comedy for Holland and Belgium, ami individual investors have contracted for exhibits in South Africa and Mexico. cage & North Western Railway, (he David of the piece. Guiding the North Western's slingshot is Ben W. Heineman, board chairman since 1956 and widely regarded in the industry as an unusually bold and resourceful executive. Heineman startled (he railroad world on Monday with a handsome $115-million offer in stock income bonds and cash for the Rock Island. The surprise was the greatei because of its timing—three day> before Rock Island directors were to pass on an earlier, tempting and conflicting offer from the Un ion Pacific, raildom's No. 1 mon eymaker. Closer observers thought the; delected some wavering in university center, was named al- Parker, Rte. 5. Edwardsville, for a laceration of her left ankle incurred when a power mower threw a rock against her leg. Mrs. Emile Schneider. 1481 Williams St.. for a loceralion of her right index finger suffered when a glass she was drying broke, j Patrick Davis. '2. son of Mr. and Mrs. William Davis. 141 East Alton Ave., East Alton, for a dog bile to the right side of his face. John J. Black, 32, Shady Lane cchnology; and Carl S. Lossau, ^ |ast month ocial sciences. Terre, who has been lecturing nd working on his doctorate in usiness administration at Wash- so as acting director of Auxiliary j Trailer Court, Easl Alton, for an and Service Enterprises, replac- j .,,,^1, ing Carl Alford who resigned 1hisi from injuiT incurred when he fell a chair al home. to Sing At Band Concert WOOD RIVER-The Tre- ableaires. a quartette from Wood River High School, will be featured at the Wood River Muny Band concert at Central Park at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening. Members o( the group are: Laurie Davis, Cynthia Burris, Delcie Ray, and Carole Rhoade.s. The band under direction of Chester Hughes will play the following selections: "Parade of Charioteers." "Green leaves of Summer," "American Heritage." "Coat of Arms." "Charter Oak." "The Wayfaring Stranger," "Proud Heritage" and "Festival Prelude." j Break-In Reported At Spotlight David Taynor, 11, son of Mr. Sabbatical leave was granted |. lnc i Mrs. Charles Taynor, 924 Mill Miss Clare Blanche Jarard, in- 1st, Bethalto. for a laceration of slructor in the Social Sciences i|,j s r jg| 1 ( arm suffered when he igton University since 1961, w is ormerly associated with a public ccounting firm and an office of I he Farmers Home Administra- ion in St. Louis. A graduate of SIU, Hileman vas consultant in the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruc- ion at Springfield from 1959 to 9fi2. He has taught in the Illinois lublic schools, at: Indiana Univer- iity and at George Peabody Col- ege where he received his doc- orate. Allen, presently an instructor at Montana State University, has aught at Eastern Michigan and Wayne State universities. A grad- uite of the University of Californ- a, he received his doctorate in English from the University of Washington, w here he was a teaching fellow. Wooldridge spent last year at Wilkes College (Pa.) as assistant professor. His doctorate from Indiana University included work in biology and chemistry. A former member of the Chicago Department of City Planning Section of the City Plan Commission, St. Louis. A graduate of Northwestern University, where he received three degrees in geo- Division, to spend next year in independent study. Services Announced For Roxana Churches ROXANA — The Rev. William Rice, pastor of First Presbyteri- m Church, will use the subject, 'Consider the Birds," at the 10:30 a.m. Sunday service. Sunday school will be at 9:30 a.m. Cheryl Cobine will attend Dis- I'overy Camp this week and the Rev. Rice will teach at the camp. Karen Barnes will attend junior nigh camp this week. The Rev. Roy Gibbs, pastor of First Baptist Church, will conduct the 9:45 a.m. unified service. Youth Fellowship will meet at 6:30 p.m. and the Bible school closing will be at 7:30 p.m. Director Dan Zimmerman, missionary to Africa, will be in charge of the program and show a film "Niger Mo- mad." Shower for lii/ant ROXANA — Kathy Ellen Gibbs, infant daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Roy Gibbs of 111 E. Tydeman Avenue was honored at: a shower Thursday evening at First WOOD RIVER — A burglary of the Spotlight Drive-In on Edwardsville Road and a break-in at Mans' Auto Service, Sixth and ". j Tennyson Streets Friday night were reported to police this morning. The amount of money taken from two vending machines at Ihe drive-in had not been determined at noon. Police said the cash register at Mans had apparently nol been tampered with. At the Spotlight only t h e change was taken from a juke box CHESTERFIELD — The Pol k| anc | c j ga reUe vending machine. 1-11 Girls Club will hold its, Entry j nto t he drive-in was fell while climbing on a fence near bis home. Robert L. Pitchford. 16. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Pilchford. H33 Monroe, Easl Alton, for a laceration of his left hand incurred when a storm door glass pane broke. Chester achievement program Tuesday evening in the basement of the United Church. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Massey and Mrs. Gene Massey and children of Alton and Mrs. Larry Boente and daughter of Auburn were guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Adams and son, Jerry. A Youth meeting will be held at the Duckels Bible Camp this evening at 7:30. Gus Crowder is recuperating al his home following surgery at Car linville Area Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kornack o Springfield visiled (his week at the home of Miss Rufh Sawtell. Mrs. Phoebe Mathis assisted by graphy. Lossau work with SIU's will teach and Public Administration and Metropolitan Affairs program. Humanities Instructors Newly - appointed instructors include one in the humanities, Sanford M. Schmidt, and two in social sciences, Carroll J. Schwartz and Arthur A. Stahnke. Schmidt, who holds degrees from the University of Southern California and Washington University, will teach English. Schwartz, a graduate of SIU and a Ph.D. candidate in geography at Michigan State University, is currently assistant profes sor at Wisconsin State College. A teaching assistant and doctor- Shopping Center Dies When Highway Shifted made through a rear window and entry into Mans' was made by n-eaking a glass pane out of the ronl door. Fined on DWI Charge WOOD RIVER—John E. Rich- irdson. 35, of 1829 Russell St., Granite City, who was arrested at 3:15 a.m. today on a charge of driving while under the influence of alcohol was later fined Sol) and costs. He was arrested on Edwardsville Road near Sixth Street and was jailed until he appeared later this morning before Police Magistrate 0. W. Vernor where he pleaded guilty. Fined in Police Court WOOD RIVER — Charles John- Mrs. Mabel members of Snell the entertained Dorcas So- Rock Island ranks, but on Thursday Rock Island directors voted for the Union Pacific and spurned Heineman's lender. "We intend to move right ahead with our proposal to Rock Island stockholders," said Heineman Friday. In this, he would be asking shareowners to repudiate the judgment of their elected directors. FATAL PERU, I. (UP)I — A once-busy multimillion dollar shopping cen- er north of Peru lies stil and silent. The Midway Pla/a development, ivhieh opened in 1957, for a time dad 12 stores and shops. Today, its 15 store spaces are empty. Weeds grow on its 80- acre parking lot, where the only traffic is an occasional student driver practicing turns. The shopping center was situated on U.S. 51, for which there was talk of improvements. II was expected, also, that Interstate 80 would be built beside it. Now, old U.S. 51 dead ends close by, but no access route to Midway Pla/a. Interstate 80 had been paved to within a mile of the shopping center, but it will come no closer, even when extended to the west. Midway Pla/a Building Corp., a group of La Salle-Peru businessmen headed by Don Chonowski, a construction and painting contractor, undertook the venture. Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co. underwrote part of its cost. Shortly after the center opened, tenants' business began to drop off. The Piggly Wiggly supermar- The present owners declined to discuss any plans for the ghost shopping center. Chonowski, who now operates a farm near Princeton, was reported working in his fields Friday and not available for comment. "All I know is that the place was foreclosed," his wife told a call- Baptist Church. Pri/es for games were won by Mrs. Karl Grober, Mrs. Preston Bledsoe, Mrs. Earl Smith and Mrs. Harry Merrill. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Frank Williams, Mrs. Bernie Hammer, Mrs. Berl Vanhorn and Mrs. Joe Wilson. Father I)i«>s ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Reynolds and family of 514 S. Central Ave., were called to Effingham by the dcalh of Mrs. Reynolds' f a t h e r, Ray Hicks, Thursday. lieluni from Minnesota ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Denver Harbke of Thirteenth Street and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Fri/- y.oll of Kendall Hill, have returned from Walker, Minn., where the Harbke's have a cottage. WHAT's MY NAMK? WAUKEGAN, 111. (AP) — Waukegan's first and only alder- woman was elected as Mrs. Ann Christensen; then married Daniel L. Decar. Question! Should she doty Thursday evening. The July meeting will be with Mrs. Horace Brain ley and Mrs. Everett Adams. Mrs. Melvin Dams entertained members of the Corner Stone Society Thursday evening. son, 2:10 445 Leslie a.m. today St., on arrested a charge at of drunk and disorderly conduct, was fined $15 and costs when he pleaded guilty to the charge before Police Magistrate O. W. Vernor. Johnson was arrested by police at his home. Convention Report to Be Given at Calvary Baptist answer as Mrs. Christensen or Mrs. Decar? Corporation Counsel Murray Con/elman was given time lo draw up a resolution legally changing her name for council business to Mrs. Decar. Ralph McClain, football coach at Alton High School, will give a talk on his recent trip to a meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention foreign mission board at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. McClain will speak at a meeting of the Training Union of Calvary Southern Baptisl Church. McClain is a member of the mission board, serving with 59 other members from Ihroughout the country. The board met in lion is spent annually on foreign missions. During (ho evening service at 7:30, 12 persons will be received into the church by Baptism. The youth choir will sing special music and an all-church fellowship is scheduled afterwards in the church social rooms. On July 2 through 4 the Rev. and Mrs. Howard Todd Taylor will attend a nation-wide evangelistic conference in Dallas, Tex. J. R. Watson will have charge of the Ridgecrest, North Carolina, a n d(Wednesday night prayer service. last week examined and appoint- Sunday has been designated as ed 24 new missionaries and nine! building fund Sunday at the associates to serve in various church, and a goal of $3,000 has parts of the world. j been set. At the 8:30 and 10:30 McClain serves on Ihc commiltei a.m. services, the Rev. Taylor's for Africa, Europe and the Near j sermon topic will be "Christian East. Overseas missionaries of lln>j Independence." Steve Taylor and convention now total 1,758 and an!the adult chori will present the allocation of more than $15 mil- special music. kel, left. largest The hi! store in i variety the center, store also BONN—A bigamist was caught! moved out, in Germany recently when he 1 launml, llu entered a contest for twice. FLANS WOULD CAK MEXICO CITY — A Mexican auto maker plans to build cars with parts Irom all over the world. followed by the res- luniiture store and husbands 1 ' 1 "' remaining shops. The insurance company lore- closed for non-payment of inslall- menls on ibe mortgage. Last Angus! the B AND B Realty Co. bough! the property, bul (here are only two tenants — a former Icnant thai continues lo store some slock and an engineering GHOST SHOPPING CENTER Give your expandable hlood to; save an unexpendable American, j linn field office. I'KKU, 111. — A multi-million dollar mistake —the Midway Pla/a Shopping Center stands like a ghost city today, its stores empty and weeds growing in its parking lot—a bizarre change from the enterprising venture presented when it opened six years ago. He- location of highways near the center are hlaiued tor its failure. (AP Wirephoto)

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