Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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5«j •' \ ALTON JTwo Verdicts Of Suicide At CaiToIltcm CAftROt-LTON - Coroner Wil ilarri U. Wolfe of ftoodhouse con ducted, three Inquests in Carroll tort Tuesday evening, two ai Mehl Funeral Home and one ai Simpson Funeral ttome. At the inquest into the death of Mrs. Maude Wolfley, the jury returned p verdict of death by a self ififlicted bullet. After hearing evidence given by State Trooper Francis NeUbauer, Deputy Sheriff James Tuey and IpepUty Coroner Everett M e h 1 in the death of Joseph H. Kane, the jury returned an open verdict as to the cause of the accident and death. ' At the inquest into the death of Glark Combrink of Kane at Simpson Funeral Home, the jury returned a verdict of death by a self-inflicted bullet. Hospital Notes •j .CARROLLTON - Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vinyard of Carrollton are parents of a daughter born Tuesday in Boyd Memorial Hospital *: Admitted to the hospital Wednesday as medical patients were Ce cil Foiles and John D. Snyder, both of Carrollton. <: Mrs. Patricia Pranger of Carrollton was dismissed Tuesday Dismissed Wednesday were Mrs Shirley Mohr of Wrights, Glenn Rhine of Medora, Marion Eugene Silbley of Kampsville, James Rhoades of Carrollton and Mrs Willa Meek of White Hall. To Lecture During July ..'CARROLLTON — Dr. Frank Marston, interim pastor of t h e Presbyterian Church, will give a series of four lectures Sunday mornings during July to the members of the Cosmopolitan Glass of the church and any other adults who wish to attend. After each lecture there will be a question and answer period. ;The subjects are as follows: July 7, "Honest to God;" July 14, "The Black Muslims;" July 21— "The Population Crisis" and July 28, "What's Ahea'd for the Churches?" A SHOWPLACE LAWN... with less work! Wonder-Boy's power and handling ease combine with no- scalp mowihg for lovelier lawns with less effort! Rear- mounted engine adds cool operator comfort to stability, maneuverability. All-season utility with quick-change attachments. Let us give you the full story on Wonder-Boy! DO IT WITH WONDER-BOY 4OO 4 HP RIDING LAWN MOWER THE WORKSHOP Godfrey Ph. 466-0456 GODFREY ROAD >/i Mile North of the Firehouse Eagle Decline Linked to Pesticides ? % TOM SfUCKEY LAUREL, Md. (API-Scientists at the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center near here are trying to solve a riddle that may threaten the existence of America's nation al bird, the bald eagle. There are only about 4,000 bald eagles in the United States, ex eluding Alaska, and there has been a severe drop recently in the number of young eagles being born. "Breeding success in some areas is almost nil," said Dr. William Stickel, one of those directing the research at the center. This is especially true along the Atlantic Coast, where only about one in ten attempts by bald eagles to raise their young succeeded lufi* year. The investigation lias centered on pesticides as the possible cause. The Patuxent ctnter proved in research begun in 1945 tKat sub lethal doses of pesticides lower the capacity of bobwhite and quail (o reproduce. Pesticides have be°n lound lr varying quantises in the carcasses of eagles, including one which observers watjh°d die on Jamestown Island in Virginia. But Dr. John L. Buckley, director of the wildlife research center, said he was not yet convinced pesticides are the cause of the eagles' failure to reproduce. He added however, he also wasn't convinced that pesticides were not the cause. Researchers at Patuxent are working along two lines. The cen ter has requested that all bald eagles found dead be sent to Patuxent for examination. Dr. James B. DeVVitt, who has charge of this phase of the research, said 37 of the first 38 eagles tetled showed residues of pesticides. The other was killed accidentally at an airport in Alaska. Pesticides also were found in four eagle eggs which did not latch. The second phase of the pro ;ram has been carried out at a tation in Alaska, where then, are more bald eagles than in the rest o£ the United States. Researchers rorn Patuxent center trapped ,-agles on the Chilkat River in outheastarn Alaska and sent hem to nearby Petersburg. There tho birds were fed diets aced with carefully controlled amounts of pesticides. Dr. Stickel said the rcseaivhers hope to find from this stud.v how pesticide builds up in the body and how lost the level drop? off when the birds are no longer get- .ing the pusUcide. Although this research project at Patiixen* is limited to eagles, scientists there are aware ol the importance the results might have for other animal life and for man n this ige of widespread use of pesticid-as. Carrollton Church Schedules School CARROLLTON — The daily va- ation Bible school at the Methodist church will open July 22 and vill continue through Aug. 2, with classes being held each afternoon rom 1:30 to 4 p.m. All children rom kindergarten through sixth may attend. Leaders will >e Mrs. Chester Mundy and Mrs. >aul Hartwick. _ __ In 1844, the first major study of the Gulf Stream was begun by Benjamin Franklin's great- randson, Alexander D- Bache, f or the United States Coast and ieodetic Survey. Westinghouse AIR CONDITIONERS Easy fo Buy ... Prices/ Power Cooling -- TO "" Maximum Dehuznidificcrfion/ $ 369 00 6100 BTU's ( 0 Including 22,000 BTU'f E° S Y Installation Kit FREE Estimate Survey CL 4-4364 YOU CAN if $URe,,,IF IT'S WfttlngDOUSft 88 K, Vvritu»oi\**Qltvn Frl. Till 8 P.M.—Wood Blver Scouts At Camp Levis CARROLLTON — A group of Boy Scouts from Carrollton are spending this week at Camp Warren Levis near Godfrey. Louis Schrieter, who since June 1 has been assistant scoutmaster, went with the boys Sunday and remained with them until Wednesday, when he was replaced by the new Scoutmaster David Brown. Ih the group at the camp are Lee Batty, Louis Brooks, Tom Carmody, Mike Carter, Charles Clendenen, Andy Daum, Mark Freeh, Warren McCollom, Bob Milner, Tim Moulton, John Neubauer, Dan Osborn, Don Pressler, Mike Price, David Schnellen, Louis Schreiter, David Shanks, Jim Tuey and Roy Williams. GREENFlEJLb ^ Mrs. F>ed Overbey wllll be hostess at a meeting of th6 Philathea class of First Baptist I Church at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs! Paul Kihser will be program narrator and the toll call topic wlft be, "A Patriotic Quotation", i Mr. and Mrs. William Meng and sons, Kenfe and Vince, have returned from let trip to California Where they wire guests of Mr and Mrs. J. Russell Shields Jr. and family in Liompoe. They were accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. G L. Melvin of Kingfisher, Okla, former Greenfield residents, who visited with Di?. Melvin's sister Mrs. Wes Gray and family. The Rev. and Mrs. S. W. Thorn' ton and daugliters, Cathy anc Nancy, have returned home after spending sevet'iil days In Wesco Mo., where thejy formerly resld ed. Miss Ruth Mcllor and Keith Mellof \vefe fuests of Uiglr ftflnt, Mrs. C. J. twyle Ifl SpHngfield Thursdray. Tracy Fitzgerald of Springfield is spending this week with his grandmother, Mrs. Vefnott fha*« ton. His mother, Mrs. Marilyn Fitzgerald joined hint Thursday to spend the remainder of the week here. Marvin Thaatori, who attends DeVry Institute In Chicago Is also spending the holiday weekend with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hewitt have returned home after spending their vacation at their lake cottage in Iowa and with relatives in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Amol Greet 1 and Ruth Ann and Jane visited Tuesday night with Mrs; Greer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jenkins in Wood River. Mrs. Francille Batty and grandson, Harold Wayne of Phoenix, Three Treated for tii juries al Jersey JERSEYVlLLfc ' - William Shultz, 13-month-old so« of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shultz of 3et- seyvllle was given a stomach lav- age at 12:40 p.m., Wednesday al the Jersey Community Hospital after he drank some dlslnfectenl at his home. Following treatment he was released. Kenneth Schmidt of Brighter was brought to the Hospital al 2:30 p.m. Tuesday for removal ol a foreign object from his left eye. Mary Langley, 8, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. James Langley o: Ariz., are spending several days with Mrs. Batty's mother, Mrs. M. L. Melvin. Mrs. S. D. McPherron has been spending several days with hex nephew, Clyde Metcalf and Mrs Metcalf.in Edwardsville. Jerseyville received treatment at the Jersey Community ttospftal at 11 a-m. Wednesday for « left Kfiee Injury received when she climbed out of a workshop wiiMow and slipped and fell. She was treated and released. Announce ftlHtt of Gift JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eberlirt of Gbldell Eagle are the parents of a boy*born at 10:52 p.m. July 1 al the Jersey Community Hospital. They have named the baby Erid Thomas and he weighed 10 pound's 6t4 ounces. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs, John Kronable of Meppen. Mrs. Eberlirt was formerly Miss J & A Springman HAS A Garden Center Edna Kronable. ^ Othef children of the couple ftfe Lynn 12, Debtfl 10, bavld 8, Rev* fit/i flmfny 5, ^Ichfctle S ftnd Gary 2. , ft* Holiday* JERSEYVlLLfi ~- Holidays on which the Jerseyville courthouse cnn be officially closed were fixed by the board ok Supervisors Moft- day. They are; New Year's Day, Lincoln's Birthday, Washington's Birthday, Good Friday (Closed at Noon); Memorial Day, Independence Day, Jersey Cotinty Fair Parade Day (closed at noon); Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas, CJeomtiee Sale Savings 217 PIASA St, The board'aisd voted ta the dty to pay 80 cents a meal lor all E>tisotfe» arrested fey the city atid lodged" tt the isffiihty jail. Petition lot ecwfity aid to it- pair a btidge in Elsah Township was approved. Retorts of various committees were made ahd approved. "DISCOUNT! Special tot of Untile*' Shoes, Values to $8.00 *K I -iall heel*, Hit \.\ •tefes, but not |) In irtji ^ ' Palri,. WESTERN : siioi] si on is 804-00 te. 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