Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1963 · Page 13
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July 5, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Section 2 18*20 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH •;,\M f'.f Sport* Classified Established January 15,1836, ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY, JULY 5,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Jersey Host to Legion Conclave JERSEYVILLE - Worth Pos American Legion and Auxlllar; will be host to approximately 600 delegates at the annual third division convention of the Amer loan and Auxiliary Saturday and Sunday This Is the first time division conclave has been belt here and representatives of th 200 posts and auxiliaries are ex pected to attend. The Legion will meet a American Legion Home and the auxiliaries sessions will be a the VFW Home. The conclave opens Saturday afternoon with registration from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Legion Home. Following registration a banquet will be held at the American Legion Home, with John H. Geiger of Des Plaines national alternate executive committeeman, as speaker. Local Commander Harold Fry will serve as toastmaster and Mayor James F. Dolan of Jer seyvllle will welcome visitors. Greetings will be brought by Mrs. Ada Aderton o£ Hardin, president of the 3rd Division Auxiliary. A dance will follow the program. Sunday's program opens with registration of both Legion and Auxiliary members from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Separate business sessions will be held by the two groups. Highlighting Sunday's activi ties will be a parade at 2:30 p.m. through the business dis trict. Scott Field Air Force Band, Plasa Indians Baton Drum Corps of Alton, Niki Base Missile, massed colors of Posts and Auxiliary Units, and 40 & 8 wreck will be included in the line of march. Harold Goodman, convention chairman, Harold Fry, commander, Marvin Ford, Russell Cox, post adjutant, are in charge of arrangements. Cupid Clanged Bell 148 Times At Jersey in '62 JERSEYVILLE — There we're 148 marriage license applications made and recorded by Jersey County during 1962, according to information compiled by the Illinois Department of Public Health, Bureau of Statistics, a copy of which has been received in the office of County Clerk Linda Crotchett. Despite the fact that June is traditionally the'month of brides, the greatest number of marriage licenses in Jersey County were issued in November, when 45 were granted. December was second with 30 and the "Marriage Month of June" had only 25. In April and August there were 16 each issued, May had 11 and January 5. No weddings occurred during the other months of the year in Jer- •sey. These included February, March, July, September and October. A total of 38 divorces were grant ed In the, Jersey County Circuit Court during the same period of time, six of which were in November, the largest number of the year, There were four each in January, March, June, October and December, three in April and September; two in May and August and one in February and July. CHINESE MOONSHINE OAKLAND, Calif, Iff! — Treasury agents raided two Chinese grocery stores and reported bok jow, a harsh tasting rice liquor, was being bootlegged for ?13 to $15 a gallon. 3 Charged in Greene Thefts Half of Jersey Taxes Collected .JERSEYVILLE - C o U n- ty Treasurer Howard Perdun of Jersey County has collected a total of $977,087.45 in 'taxes up to June 30 according to a rpport made Wednesday by Mrs. Marie Walkington, deputy treasurer. This sum does not Include the railroad tax. It represents more than half the amount charged to the county for 1962 taxes due and and payable in 1963, which to- talled $1,418,128.26. The assessed valuation of Jersey County was placed at $47,957,600 which amount includes lands, . lots', personal, and real estate. The second half of taxes due this year becomes delinquent after September 1, 1963., Blackburn to Get Share Of $14,400 CARLINVILLE — Blackburn College Is one of 26 member colleges of the Associated Col- eges of Illinois to share in a !14,400 educational grant given by the Standard Oil Founda- ion, announced Dr. Robert P. -.udlum, Blackburn president. The grant is Illinois' share of 159,100 the Foundation granted or support of independent col- eges in 13 states, Dr. K. Richard Johnson, president of the Illinois association said. The Foundation, financed by a Standard Oil Co. (Indiana), has dis- ributed more than $1.7 million since 1962 to colleges that are members of state associations, he added; CARROLLTON - Clifton E. Gossage, 17, Duane Arcaro, 18 and Charles Flshel, 17, all of Beardstown, were bound over to the grand jury on charges of burglary and theft Wednesday when they waived a preliminary hearing before Justice of the Peace W. P. Jung. Bond of each was placed at $2,500 and all three were in the Greene County Jail in Carrollton Wednesday evening. « The charge grew out of the alleged' theft of money from cigarette machines in'the Sinclair Service Station in White Hall and the Reynolds Mobile Gas Station in Roodhouse Tuesday night. The three were arrested at a road block put up by the Winchester "police. They were notified to do so when Fred Ballard, the night policeman of Roodhouse, gave chase to some youths after he saw them running to a car. Deputy Sheriff James Tuey and Deputy Donald Reynolds were also called to assist the other officers and took the three youths in custody and brought them to the jail in Carroll ton. They were captured about 3 a.m. Wednesday. Greenfield To Improve Grid Field GREENFIELD - Plans have been made for installing more powerful lights at Fluer deLis Athletic Field during the summer. The plans include installation of wide and narrow beam light units which will provide 90,000 watts, the: standard'accepted,for field illumination' for night football games. Completion of the .project is scheduled for.September 1963. Jersey 4-EPers to Pick State Fair Delegates JERSEYVILLE — Jersey County 4-H Club members are completing their projects in preparation for the county show his month. Judging of food lemonstrations, room improvement and miscellaneous pro- ects will take place July 9 at he Farm Bureau building. Food demonstrations will be- in at 10:30 a.m. and at the conclusion of the presentation one demonstration will be picked by he Judges to be repeated at he state fair and two demonstrators will be selected to at- end classes at the state exhibition. Judging of food projects and clothing will take place July 12 and the dress review will take place at 2 p.m. at the Holy (host Parish Hall. At this time all state fair winners will be announced. Four girls will be 3hosen to attend the state fair n Springfield and two garments will be sent for the state Better Quality Footwear for Your Family Special! Just Received! Shipment or Men's Nil tlonlly Advertised Summer Shots $6,83, »7,»5 RotUllcrs StZOS Q to 18 but not In A88 • * Ti Ladles' and Misses' 4.95 to 9,95 FLATS Famous $i Labels I • Special lot Q! values to $6.00 heels, nil sizes, but not in o41 stylos Ladles' Shoes Other* $1,00' Jo a,M All Size* and Complete CANVAS Shoti for tht Inflrt Nmlly WESTERN SHOE STORES k Broadway—Plftfonttlly Oppose imt Block 1 fair display. The public is invited to attend the judging on both July 9 and 12. Mrs. Ludene Jane Hargis, Jersey County.home adviser, is in charge of arrangements for the events. There will be a display of the various 4-H projects at the Jersey County Fair which will be held from July 14, through 20th. PREPARING FOR FAIR A champion Angus or Holstein may be tethered from this post at Greene County Fairgrounds Monday, when the annual Greene County Fair gets under way. In photo, from left, are B. D. Lemons, superintendent of the ex- position; Kenneth Edwards, dairy department superintendent; Tom Ballard, swine department superintendent; Vernon Reynolds, superintendent of the beef department. Pay Increase Okayed for City Treasurer at Jersey JERSEYVILLE — The City Council Tuesday evening approved a pay increase for City Treasurer Eugene Munsterman and also approved two licenses for the sale of package beer. Munsterman's pay was increased form $66 per month to flOO and cost of the beer license was set at $125 a year and will be payable in quarterly installments. In other action: a parking proposal submitted by the General ' Telephone Co. of Illinois for parking -in. the' vicinity of the company's new telephone building on South Washington Street, was approved. A 1961 Dodge truck was purchased for, the Street Department to replace 'the present truck. The latter vehicle will be switched for use by the Public Health Department and assigned to the rabies investigator. The truck presently used for dog catching will be traded in on the purchase of the 1961 Dodge. The council voted to purchase a cub Cadet Tractor with mowing attachments, including a 42- inch spring trip blade for use in Oak Grove Cemetery. The equipment was purchased from Isringhausen Implement Co. for $717.80. The council also voted to change the present bookkeeping system to coincide with reconi- Parachute Jumper Dies In Crash MOLINE, 111. (AP) - A para chute jumper was killed and the pilot and two other jumpers weri injured in the crash of a ligh plane in a corn field shortly afte takeoff Thursday. The victim was John Talbot o Iowa,City, a graduate student an teaching assistant at the Univer sity of Iowa, who was to jum; at a Fourth of July celebratioi at East Moline. The craft fell into a field nea the east-west runway at Quad mendations made by the firrr auditing the city records. r- ZO YSIA SOD AND PLUGS For a Beautiful Lawn NOW AVAILABLE AT Home Nursery D'Adrlun Gardens, Godfrey — Phone 466-1238 !)!h & Eriwnrclsvlllo Rd., Wood River — Phone 254-2841 ON SALE! OUR SMARTEST DINETTE THE 7 PIECE SET 00 Beautiful Walnut Wood Drain Table, 36x48x60x72". 8 luxurious chairs, heavily .padded with durable, washable covering. 4TH & PIASA AITQN $6 DOWN-r$7,86 MQ. PARK FREE Have your Park 'n 1 Shop Ticker* stamps jffirst City Airport. The survivors, listed in fair condition at Moline Public Hospita Thursday night, are Dwight Marti, 30, of Muscatine, Iowa, the pilot; Francis P. Melroy, 27, and Kenneth Riedsel, 28, both of Davenport, Iowa. The men, members of the Hawkeye State Parachute Team were trapped in the wreckage o the plane. It did not burn. PARIS — France plans the firsi general census in 100 years. 2 Teachers Resign at Greenfield GREENFIELD--Dale Bfown- evvcll, high school instructor of social studies, has resigned and las accepted a position as head of the social studies department of the Jefferson Junior High School in Villa Park, 111. Joseph Nichols, who resigned .wo weeks ago, will leach math- Macoupin Swim Program Under Way SIIIPMAN — The Macoupin County Red Cross is conducting free swim program at the !arlinville Lake and children who have completed the second grade and up may participate. Shipman children will swim at 1:30 p.m. each day from July 8 hrough July 19. The bus will arrive at the Shipman Grade School at 12:20 and a fee of :hirty cents must be paid daily .o the bus driver before departure by each child. Plainview children will board he bus at 12:40 ap.m. ematics in Now Jersey. These resignations create two vacahcies In the high school faculty of Unit District 10. DO-IT-YOURSELF FANS SEE US FOR YOUR Building Materials! Free Estimates! Building Know-How! ...AND...IP YOU THINK YOUR COMING JOB IS TOO BIG TO DO YOURSELF, CALL US FOR QUALIFIED EXPERT WORKMEN TO DO IT. For Good Lumber—Call This Number HO 5.7701 FISCHER BUILDING SUPPLY Gerson St. at the Beltline Highway Fresh As Spring! BUTTERMILK Quart ALL FLAVORS ICE CREAM HALF GAL. 69 cl Special FrL, Sat., July 5th and 6th 3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 2353 State St. Across from Cordes Studebnker CiarnRe, North Alton 102 Edwardsville ltd.. Wood Kiver 733 E. Airline Dr., Rosewood Heights OPEN 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. 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