Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1963 · Page 2
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 2

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FAUE i'WU AMX3N EVENING TELEGRAPH ita* Uw TematrnfM** Retail Flops Hit Record J. High in Alton During '62 FAIR AND WARMER Scattered showers and thundershowers will fall Wednesday night over north Pacific states, north and central Plateau and adjoining parts of north and central Plains, the western Gulf Council to Decide On Bids Question The question of whether to re ject bids and readvertise con struction of the southside intei ceplor sewer is up for decision Alton city council tonight. Laid over by the council tw weeks ago until tonight's meetin are a resolution to reject bids also recommendations to the sam effect by the Citizens Advisorj Engineering Committee and Pub lie Works Director Paul A. Lenz Pending the possibility of nego dating an acceptance adjustmen of the lowest bid, that of R&R Construction Co. of Alton, th council deferred any action at it last meeting. However a Public Health Serv ice official has since informed Al ton officials by letter that th amount that might be subject o negotiation is so large it would apparently make Alton ineligible for a $250,000 grant of federal funds ear-marked for the project, Bone Lodges In Woman's Throat A chicken bone lodged in a housewife's throat, an insect bite and a fall from a swing were among the accident cases treated Tuesday at Alton hospitals. A sliver of bone lodged' in the throat of Mrs. Wendell Sitze, 52 of 2417 Valley St., Tuesday. She said she felt the segment of bone cutting and sticking in her throat, which led to swelling. She wa ' treated at Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Dora Tendick, 33, of Brighton, was treated at Alton Memorial Hospital for an insect bite on her left wrist. Mrs. Tendick said she discovered a welt on the wrist when she awoke Tuesday morning, but the type 01 insect that bit her was undeter mined. John Schwarte, 6, of 318 Prospect St., suffered a fractured left arm Tuesday when he fell from the bars of a swing set while climbing. He was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital. Mayor P. W. Day is to have a report to the council tonigiit sum ming up the situation with regarc to the bids in hand. Slay Split Project He also is expected to offe some recommendations for pos sible splitting of the project into three or more sections should i be readvertised. Day has suggest ed such a step would open up bid ding to more contractors includ ing firms not large enough to be interested in a contract on the project as a whole. The impasse over bids taken June 24 was because they wen far above estimated cost o 5957,006 for the interceptor. R&P Construction bid 51,498,763. Madi son Construction Co. of Edwards ville bid $1,562,118. Representatives of R&R at the council meeting two weeks ago sought negotiation, suggesting about 5225,000 might be cut from ts proposal. One pending ordinance will be called to passage stage tonight, and two proposed ordinances will )e introduced. The ordinance ready for enact- nent would lease to the Junior iervice League for 20-years the ormer railroad station south of jncoin-Douglas Square. Make Parking Rules Filed for introduction are an ordinance setting a number of ve- licle parking restrictions, and an ordinance on council rules of procedure. To be presented for council con siderab'on will be a recent report addressed to the mayor by Alton Branch of the NAACP which recommends steps to correct grievances of Negro citizens. The appeal and recommenda- ions of the NAACP, over signa- ure of Clarence Willis, branch president, were reported in the Telegraph June 21 immediately after ts presentation to Mayor Day. Mayor Day had planned to at:end the governor's conference on civil rights today at Springfield but because of minor illness and preparation for tonight's council session he assigned Police Chief John M. Heafner to attend in his stead. Also at the conference was Meyer Kirstein as representative of Alton Human Relations Commission. states and Florida. It will be cooler in northeastern portion of nation from the Ohio valley eastward and warmer in southern Plains and southeastern part of the country.—(AP Wirephoto Map) WeatherForecast Alton and suburbs — Generally fair Thursday with a slow warm ing trend. Low tonight around 60 High Thursday mid to upper 80s Extended Forecast Southern Illinois — Tempera tures will average near to slight ly below normal for the next five days. The normal high is 88-91 the normal low 65-70. A slov warming trend at the beginning of the period will be followed by slightly cooler weather early nex week. Precipitation will average about .5 inch falling as showers around the end of the week. Communist Party Rift Growing By WILLIAM L. RYAN AP Special Correspondent Whatever the announced outcome of the Soviet-Chinese Communist talks in Moscow, the war setween the two parties seems more intense than ever, and the battle is spreading alarm throughout the world Communist movement. Communists face the prospect f other factional divisions hav- ng little to do directly with the Moscow-Peking split but resulting rom its example. Red China's negotiating team in Moscow is pressing hard for a meeting of Communist leader? from the nearly 90 parties arounc the world. This would provide a platform for airing Chinese grievances against the Russians. The Chinese demand for such a meeting on Peking's own harsh terms seems more like psychological warfare against Premier Khrushchev than it does a proposal seriously aimed at settling differences. Khrushchev undoubtedly takes a dim view of Peking's reported suggestion that voting in a world Communist meeting be based on population. China backed by big parties from the populous Asian nations, would snow under Khrushchev's supporters. Acceptance of that Chinese proposal would be a sign _ that Khrushchev had suffered a set back serious enough to imperil his leadership. WITH MASK AND CROSS NEW YORK — Unidentified youth wearing Ku Klux Klan-style hood and brandishing a crude cross demonstrates near a diner in New York's Bronx section, In the background other white youths add their jeers against 20 white and negro pickets parading in front of the White Castle diner, asking for more jobs for Negroes in the restaurant chain. —(AP Wirephoto) South Korean Official H»s Papal Audience VATICAN CITY. (AP) - Pope PayJ VJF received Foreign Minister Wro Yong-SWJj of South ftp- yj» at a private au,dienoe today. It was the first papal audience ixff a member .«!•» South Koreun /CAMERAS and EQUIPMENT PHOTO-ART SHOP WOOD fUYJSJt PJAk 254-8928 n County's Laigest Camera Shop! More retail firms suspended business in Alton during the last year than in any other year for more than a decade, it was sale (today by Township Assessoi I James P. Gorman. In checking his business assessment book. Gorman found that 120 firms went out of business while 94 started new business enterprises. This left a loss of 24 businesses to be reflected by the 1963 assessment. Gorman could recall no previ ous year when the loss of business enterprises was so large here. A quick check of his records back to 1950 showed far more increases in the number of business enterprises than decreases. They Increased Both last year, and in the 1961 assessment years, said Gorman the net number of businesses increased by 16. Although the number of stores decreased, Gorman noted two brighter aspects in the business field. His assessment shows merchandise and goods on hanc increased by $39,375 to a tota! of $3.286,280. Also that the num ber of insurance companies do ing business here increased by 24. A total of 1,009 business enter prises and 169 insurance com panies are listed in this year's assessment. Total of names on al the personal property books i? 11,552, a net decrease of 234 names. Gorman and his staff completed the 1963 Alton personal property assessment yesterday. Total assessed valuation on personal property ;s $29,223,135 a decrease of 554,130. The largest loss this year, said the assessor, was $86,150 on machinery and equipment, this including both business and indus- rial activities. The largest increase was on telephone and tele- ;raph companies in amount of $57,720. 9,524 Automobiles Passenger automobiles number- ng 9,524 were assessed at $4,79,570. This is a decrease of 328 n number and $36,100 in valua- ion. Trucks and buses, number- ng 986, were assessed $396,740, a decrease of 88 and $16,650. The assessment on household furnishings was $2,870,770 a decrease of $76,190. On office furniture and fixtures it was $618,545, an increase of $10,875. Machinery and equipment was assessed at $11,275,390, a decrease of $86,150; merchandise and goods on hand at $3,286,280, an increase of $39,375. Net receipts of insurance companies were assessed at $178,695, an increase of $26,820; shares of bank stock at $2,444,275, and increase of $46,330; and telephone and telegraph companies at $2,599,080, an increase of $57,720. All other personal property amounted to $573,790, a decrease of $20,520. Delay in Ward Vice Trial Date Refused LONDON (AP)—The Old Bailey criminal court refused today to postpone Dr. Stephen Ward's trial on vice charges until September and fixed July 22 as the opening date. Previously, July 15 had been listed tentatively as the trial date for the 50-year-old osteopath, central figure in the Profumo scandal. Ward was granted continuation of his bail. iNVESTIGATE Millers' Mutual AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE More Protection at a lower Cost No Membership Tee Robert E. Muehleman Office HO 5-8W1 Alter 5 p.m. HO 84387 MILLERS 1 MUTUAL OP (UMNOI* SURANCB AVTQ * HCMi WEDNESDAY, Jt)t.y 10, 1893 Ruling on Tavern is Appealed EDWAHDSV1LLE~A Cottage Hills tavern operator has filed In County Court an appeal from his conviction July 1 in justice of the peace court on a charge of keeping a gambling place. Kenneth Bridges of Alton, a partner with his brother, Leo, In operation of "Ken A Leo's Tavern" on ftte. 140 at Cottage Hills, was named on the gambling charge foll6wlng a raid May 23 by sheriff's deputies, who reported they found the defendant and three other men engaged In n card game. Two decks of cards and $168.50 cash were con- flscaled by duptlcs In a back room of the tavern building. Bridges had pleaded Innocent to the charge and at a trial July 1 before Justice of the Peace Earl 'Vuagniaux, was found guilty and ordered to pay a $200 fine and $10.30 costs. His attorney 'announced an appeal would be taken to coUnty court and Bridges ; was released on bond. WORK OF VANDALS Two young children examine one of several orna- all about slv feet tall, planted four years ago. The mental trees hacked down by vandals in front of Irv- woodchoppers left one tree standing. The children ing School Tuesday night. Another of the trees can are Mary Hohman and Bill Anschtietz, both students at - ^ . , •* « * -• vh * 4 • <-•* t * _<•£•_!_!_ _— * -3 i.V_ _ ^»!««nl •**!* *« <<««•«« SM «vfcnst4-S*« n* 4*1* A rick wta rrn be seen in the background. Public School officials said the five trees were flowering crab and dogwood trees the school, who are inspecting the damage. Man Pleads Innocent in Shooting Case A 32-year-old Alton man pleaded innocent to the charges if assault, discharging of fire arms and disorderly conduct to:ay after a man was shot Tues- ay night. Grady Winston, 34, 1304 Belle t. charged Charles Junior Musgrave, 32, of 1524 Market St. vith shooting him during an argument over a girl in the 700 Dlock of Belle Street. Winston charged Musgrave shot at him twice with a .22 caliber pistol. Winston, who at first did not hank he was hit, found a bullet odged in his right hip later. He vas taken to St. Joseph Hospital or treatment. Musgrave is being held in city jail in lieu of $900 bond after appearing before Alton 'olice Magistrate George loberts. Tavern to Close 30 Days Under License Order Closing of Bob & Lee's tavern .t 817 Belle St. under a 30-day uspension of license by Alton liquor Control Commission svill tart at the close of business aturday July 20. The suspension order of the Uton commission became effec- ve following rejection by Illi- 3 Overcome When Chlorine Flashes Fumes from the flash of a chlorine container overcame three persons at the Holiday Inn Motel near Edwardsville today, and permeated the vacant din ing room and the front office. Taken to St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Granite City were Craig Blume, 16, a lifeguard at the motel; Lane White, a porter; and Mrs. Georgia Boeker, a cashier. Blume and White remained for treatment of fume inhalation, though their condition is not regarded as serious Mrs. Boeker was released. White was overcome when he went to the assistance of Blume it was learned. The accident occurred, ac cording to the motel manager Edgar Reidelberger, when Blume went to a loading dock at the rear of the building to ob tain some chlorine compounc used in the swimming pool. As he opened a metal container there was a "sudden flash" and fumes spread into the dining room, which shortly after U a.m. was vacant of diners. Cause of the flash of compound was not known. The Mitchell Fire Department sent both of their firefighting units to the scene. Minor damage occurred in a boiler room adjacent to the nois Liquor Commission of an appeal by the operators of the tavern. It was served on the operators, Robert and Lee R. Gill, through the police department late Tuesday afternoon. 605 Berkshire Blvd., East Alton Dial CL 4-0414 ANNIVERSARY SALE! These Special Prices All Good Through Sat,, July 12 FREE 1 2 Gal. Orange Drink With Purchase of TWO 1/2 Gal. Milk in paper etn. 2% Homo 3 £ 89' Cottage Cheese .g d 19° Dessert . .•,«* 79» • "Bruno" Bread 6 $100 "Food King" ,3 Pound Limit I Pound limit t Pining Car Coffer S9o t Banquet Fruit Pies4" $110 • "KreyBacon/. 2 QUAUTY DAIRY 8th ANNIVERSARY loading dock, apparently caused by the flashing powder. The motel is located atop Sunset Hill on U.S. Bypass 66 about five miles southwest of Edwardsville. Blume, a junior at Edwardsville High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Blume Jr., 1503 Madison Ave., Edwardsville. Judge Sentences Man To Mouth Washing MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. (AP)—A.taste of justice was meted out Tuesday to Louis Winiarski, 46. He had to wash out his mouth with soap as part of the punishment given by Justice of the Peace Francis Castellucci. Sheriff's deputies said he used liquid soap. Winiarski was found guilty of using obscene language hi the presence of women and children. Fined $100 in Grocery Theft A 35-year-old Alton, man. pleaded guilty to the charges of stealing $20 In groceries from the Kroger Plaza store ahtl to driving a car without a license today. Howard Lee Stnndefer, 35, of 1216 Adams Court was lined $100 and costs for the food theft and $5 and costs for driving without a license, by Alton Police Magistrate George Roberts. Earl Hick s, manager of the Kroger store, charged Standefer walked out of the store with a sack of groceries without paying for them Tuesday afternoon and drove off in his car. Alton police apprehended Standefer at 5th and Union Streets. Two companjons in the car, William Allred, 1026 E. Broadway and Allen Mooris, 1415 Lee Ave., pleaded innocent to the charge of intoxication and are held in city jail in lieu of $200 bond each. Perforated Breezes If you haven't felt the breezes on your toes on a hot summer day, you don't know what you're missing. These are cooler, and lightweight, tool (MOO '01 MEN 9 90 Goodyear welt construction Black or Royal Oak IHOlf '01 WOMIN 7 22 Comfortable wedge heel In Bone or White SAYS 2$% (0 3$% d«rJiia MW<BVMMER IT'S EASY TO SHOP AT.., three ways to buy irj — -"" •*•" *••* ' *«w mm. 'Mr \\j qajh, ehsrae, lay.away / THIRP AND PIAiA t AUPN \T 1 ^W^^N^^^^L— ^" lfri ^'^Jl W 9 ^"^^*^^ ^ Shop Wen,, 'nwt,, frf.

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