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29, i963 ALtON EVENING TELEGftAf>tt Lose, 1-0; Chiefs Split JETSYV1LLE — Neither the defending champion Alt-W o o d Merchants not the Alton Jackson Chiefs were able to capture the title trophy of the .telsyvllle v tour- hey this past weekend, Alt-Wood losing to Decalur Perfect Window, 1-0 Sunday, the Chiefs downing Sullivan, 5-1 Saturday, then losing to Springfield, 3-1, Sunday. in fact, no team won the lour- ney, the title tilt between Decatur and the Hawks of Springfield being rained out. McDiiffy oiitdiielwl Gnrncr ns Perfect Wlmloy tended Garner's tio-hlt, no-ruh cf/oHs With B'second Inning Imnn* by Bnllhornt, A yoi\r ago, Garner fired two no-lilttorx In tlio tourney won by tlio Met- ctmnta. Tlio h o m o r was tlio only hit Deentur could man' ORB oft hid serves as he fanned i». Wlnljon and West each collected a hit for the Merchants. In the Chiefs-Sullivan contest, Jack ihtmkttmp Finishes 9th - Oave- K e t f of Waukegan captured the state Jaycee junior golf title with scores of n and 71 over the f>rtr 7l Sandy Hollow course Sufiday. Sanies Llfld of Glenvlew easily tobk the Novice division honors with scores of 78 and 73, The two Alton represhetatlves played In the Novice division. .Tack Helfnkamp finished In a tie for ninth out of 55 boys with scores of S3 and 85 for 169. Tom Kulp had a pali- of OO's for a total of 180. As a team Kiilp and Helmkamp finished with a score of 349, good for a fifth place tie. The winning tenm lolnled 339. Crotchett gained the victory and home runs by Watklns, Ebbeler and Calvin supplied the power. The Chiefs then ran Into Springfield and Bryant took the loss. Calvin again homered. Tito Merchants nro playing In tlio Cnsoyvlllo Class A Sec- tloniil Softball Tournoy tonight a( 8:4S iignlnrit Johnny's , of liollovlllc. The Chiefs host Granite City Park District Wednesday night at Jaycee field. For VACATION Money • ee M/C FINANCE *'• . . Fast Service . . . Up to $8OO . . . On sensible plans Money to Go Now—Pay Later. Thousands uat our plans every year for their vacations— you can, too. With good credit and steady employment, you're all set. Call, write, or come in today for the amount you want. Life Insurance Is Available On Your Loan ^PUBLIC FINANCE CORPORATION 331 Belle, Alton—HO 5-5556 20 Eastgate Shop. Ctr., E. Alton—CL 4-3864 20 N. Wood River, Wood River—CL 4-4327 Host Team Defeated at Casey ville CASEYViLLE - to a game that was delayed nti hour by rain, and on a field that required 150 gallons of fuel oil and gasoline to put it In playing condition, Mickey and Millie's of Granite City defeated the host team Caseyvllle VFW Post 1117, 1-0, Sunday night In the opening game of the 1963 Amateur Softball Association Class A Sectional Tournament, llttiik Deal of Cuseyvllie nnd I^o Six of Mickey nlid Millies tangled lit ft tight pitcher's duel. Dcnl allowed just one hit nnd struck out 17. That one lilt) however, wnft n homo run hy Don Crnbtrcc In t h o sixth Inning. Six gave up three hits. Tonight two more games are scheduled, weather permitting. In the first game al 7:30, Franke's of Belleville meets Rihgwald's of Belleville. At 8:45 the Alt-Wood Merchants play another Belleville team, Johnny's. Mickey and Millie's now meets the Vnndalla Merchants Tuesday night at 8:45 while Caseyville ploys Saturday night at 7:30 In a losers' bracket contest. Bushy's Wins Two From East Stars WOOD RIVER — Bjishy's soft- hall team won a doubleheader from the East St. Louis A11-Stars Saturday night, 11-1 and 5-4. Gene Elledge was the first game winner, giving up four hits. Sonny Bryant had three hits and Grady Watkins 'and Elledge two hits apiece. Jack Rhoades hurled the second game win, allowing eight hits. George Wallace and Watkins had two hits each. Bushy's record is now 44-10. It will meet Town Club Wednesday night at West End diamond. Howard (Doc) Edwards, catcher obtained by Kansas City from Cleveland on May 25, is a native of Red Jacket, W. Va. He hit .273 in 53 games for the Indians in 1962. Milton Road Barbershop 1124 MILTON ROAD Next Door to Camp Electric Specializing: in Flat Top And All Styles of Haircuts Children Welcome BILL WOOTEN, Prop. 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' GENERAL TIRE CO NINTH * »BM4S STflSTO , Sulo» ttiul Service Departments Open 'Til 8i80 Frlduy NHes ALSO AVAJMHU3 AT ROLLER SHELL SERVICE I BAUSER SHELL SERVICE Stb ttml RlUse St.—HQ «-88l» | Collt>»e # Bolt Un>-402-3 l W ami with llni'ohl Ifpftltil Tftblp Hock Lnkn Report Fishing was vefV slow at fable Rock Lake near Reeds Springs, Mo., during a recent week, repotted Kenneth IE 11 edge, 918 Brown St. Elledge, his wife, and Mr. nnd Mrs. tteltoii Foster, Wallace Street, fished every day with meager "results. They stayed at Diamond Point Resort. "The biggest fish we saw taken all week was a three-pound bass and a five-pound walleye," Elledge said. "It was hot and windy. The water was rough. The best lures were surface type spotted tail shad and repellant." Commercial Fishing Restricted Both Balchtown and Swan Lake units of the Mark Twain National Refuge have been closed to commercial fishing since July 15, announced W. I). (I)lck) Vnsso, federal refuge manager at Graf ton. Vasse came here last February from Moberly, Mo., to help with the duties of federal refuge manager Ed Davis of Graflon who Is ;ravly 111 in a hospital. "Both Batchtown and Swan Lake units will be re-opened to commercial fishing but only on a permit basis," Vasse said. "Commercial fishing will be restricted at night. Fishermen can leave a trotline overnight but can tend it only in daytime. 'The ruling was necessitated because of illegal fishing in those waters," Vasse continued. "Dead-set trammel nets caused a tremendous loss of ducks by drowning last spring. However, it is good waterfowl management practice to remove rough fish, especially carp which eat us out of house and home. Sport fishing will continue the same as always except it is forbidden during waterfowl hunting season. At that time all access to the refuge areas are closed." Vasse resides three doors west of the intersection of Rte. 100 on Main Street in Grafton where he will accept application for commercial permits. No fee is involved. However, commercial fishermen must report their total catch monthly. Visiting; Boaters Three couples from the Missouri River Boating Assn., Kansas City, Mo., enroute from there to Hannibal, Mo., in an 18-ft cruiser, stopped by to visit at the A11 o n Motorboat Club Friday. The couples were Mr. and Mrs. Al' bort DeWitte, Mr. and Mrs. Don ills L. Twine, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed McKown. Coming Race Events The Missouri Valley Boating Assn., formerly the St. Louis Stock Outboard Racing Club, will sponsor the National Championships Outboard Races at Creve Coeur Lake Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 24 and 25, announced Matt Woelfle, 1271 Darr Dr., St. Louis 37, Mo., a member. "This event is second only to the World Championship races," Wolfle said. "Our club last sponsored the event in 1961. Many of our own drivers are the hottest in the country and have won several championships in recent years. The champs include Walt- CoiiHols, George Campbell, Emfnctt Homfleld, Cliff Olncy and others." Some of the boat operated by champions run up to 90 miles an hour and only the propeller Is seemingly in the water. The speedy racing craft are practically airborne as they bounce along the course. The Missouri Assn. and their fcmous drivers are going to race on Alton Lake Labor.Day just west of Clifton Terrace In conjunction with the Alton Pirates Outboard Club which is sponsor- Ing plasure boat races the day before. Spectators will get to see two full afternoons of racing on the Labor Day weekend. Dunker Club Candidate When Cecil Lyhns was visiting Hoy Haslings, caretaker at the Alton Molorboal Club recently, he unintentionally became a candidate to the Dunkers Club. Lyons, who was dressed up walked out on the docks and a board ;ave way tumbling him Into the water. He had to borrow clothing from Hastings to get home. Obituaries Wickenhauser ' Mrs. Ottilia Wickenhauser, 90 widow of John Wickenhauser who preceded her in death on Aug. 14, 1944, died at 7:15 p.m Sunday in St. Anthony's Hospital: She had been in failing health for the past 17 years and seriously ill for a year. Mrs. Wickenhauser was born in Alton, Aug. 1, 1872, and was married on June 3, 1896 in St: Mary's Church, of which she has been a life-long member She was also preceded in deatl by her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs Egidius Eichorn, and two chil dren. Survivors include four sons and three daughters, who arc Albert of Venice, Fla.; Emil A. Sarasota, Fla.; Herbert,'Joseph J., Mrs. Arthur Albers, Mrs Howard Tueth, and Mrs. Wil liam Tueth, Alton; 25 grand children, of whom one is the Rev. Father Gerald Wicken hauser, Marianal Order, stationed in the Philippines; 31 grand children, and two 1 great-grea grandchildren. She was a member of St. Mary's Purgatoria' and St. Ann's Altar Societies and of Western Catholic Union Funeral rites in the church will be at 9 a.m. Wednesday followed by interment in St Joseph's Cemetery. Friends may call at Burke Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Tuesday. The rosary will be recited,at 8 p.m Tuesday.' MutujOunds Ask for Prospectus HAROLD G. HUBER |2502 N. Rodgers — 462-26311 Delco Super Ride SHOOK ABSORBERS Sold at Hanneken's Std. Service Broadway & Washington Alton, Illinois Phono 462-1872 'aughn, East Alton; and a neph- w, Joe Nolan, East Alton. He was receded In death by four broth- rs and two sisters. The body Is at Marks Mortuary ivhere friends may call after 6 .m. Tuesday. Funeral services vill be conducted at the Mortuary Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. by the^ lev. Gaylord Hamilton, pastor of Brown Street Baptist Church. Burial will be in Upper Alton temetery. Hawk Jack G. Hawk, 80, of 106 E Main St., East Alton, died in his sleep Saturday night. He had beei in failing health for 10 years. Born Dec. 25, 1882, in Chouteau Township, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Hawk. H came to East Alton nearly 50 years ago and was an employe o Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. as a foreman in the powder mill. Mr Hawk started at the mill when liorsedrawn wagons,were used to transport the explosives, He re tired in 1948. Mr, Hawk was a member o Franklin Lodge AF & AM, the Quarter Century Club and the Senior Citizens Club of East Al ton. He is survived by his wife, Hel en; a step-daughter, Mrs. Carrie Chrysler • Plymouth • Valiant Ifle/ore you invest in any new ear, investigate our [trade-in allowances and service after the sdlel RATH GEB BROS. BRIGHTON DIAL FR 2-3346 FOR EVENING APPOINTMENT I MODERN INSTANT COFFEE PLANT IN GRANITE CITY Has Employment Opportunities For Men As -PRODVCTION EQUIPMENT OPERATORS AND HELPERS -MAINTENANCE MECHANICS • Full Time Attractive Working Conditions Liberal Employe Benefits Shift Work High School Education Preferred APPLY AT YOUR NEAREST STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICE MONDAY THRU FRIDAY ' 1B;00 A,M, tp 4;00 P.M, THE NESTLE CO,, Inc, t t sippi, Mr. Everage lived most of his life in Alton. He is survived by his wife, Geraldine; two sons and two daugh- erS; parents, Mannie Everage, Alton and Mrs. Pearl Everage, Cincinnati, paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Everage; and ive sisters, all of Cincinnati. The body is at the Russell Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 this evening. Levora EDWARDSVILLE - Funeral services for Leo John Levora, 35, of 508 Montclaire Ave., who Irowned Saturday evening in Dun ap lake, have tentatively been set for 9 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Church. Rev. Father Ralph "3. Guldo, pastor of St. Boniface Church will officiate. Mr. Levora was born Nov. 19, 1927 at Edwardsville, a son of ,eo C. and Lillian Meade Levora of Edwardsville. He was married . 9, 1957 to the former Miss Thomas of Madison, who survives along with four children, Theresa Ann, 5; Leo John Jr., 4; ?rank Edward. 3; and Thomas Michael, 11 months. Also surviv- ng is a sister, Mrs. Gerald Ker shaw of Edwardsville. He was a member of St. Mary's Ihurch and the Holy Name Society of the church. He had served !or several years as financial sec- •etary of the Edwardsville Council 1143 of the Knights of Colum- nis. At the beginning of World War 11, lie was serving with the United States Merchant Marine and transferred to the U. S. Army where he served in the Pacific Theater. Friends may call at the Leslie Marks Funeral Home after 3 p.m Tuesday. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Intermeni will be in Calvary Cemetery Plans are subject to change unti Mr. Levora's parents, who are vacationing somewhere in Colorado, are located. An inquest into the death is pending. Arbuthnot Mclntosh Monday Evening TV Digest (H) Denot«i fitet»EAt Preatflfti . »»*.*** .* KTVt (ABC) 2, KMOX (CttS) 4, KSD <NBC) 8, HUftA tl In failing health for four years William Conrad Arbuthnot, 75 of 309 Cobb St., East Alton, died at 12:40 p.m. Saturday, in St Anthony's Hospital. He entered the hospital July 15. Mr. Arbuthnot had worked as a tree surgeon for 10 years after retiring from Olin Matliieson Chemical Corp. He was born in Bethalto, Jan 21, 1888,.. a son of the late Mr and Mrs. S. A. Arbuthnot. He had resided in East Alton since 1944. Surviving are his widrfw, the former Esther G. Cooper, to whom he was married Nov. 10, 1915, at Dorsey; three sons, Charles S. G., Fosterburg; Eldon C., and Homer E., Alton, and a sister, Mrs. Emma Gulp, Rte. 1, Alton. Funeral rites will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Smith Funeral Home, Wood River, followed by burial in Liberty Prairie Cemetery. Visitation hours at the funeral home will be after 7 p.m. today. Funeral services for George W. Mclntosh of 4461 Olive St., St. Liouis, formerly of Alton, will be conducted at 8 p.. today in the Albert H. Hoppo Funeral Homo, 4911 Washington Ave., St. Louis. Burial will be at Springfield, Mo. His widow, the former Bessie Daly, and a nephew, Hairy Mc- Inlosh, survive him. McDonald Funeral Rites al Carrolllon CARROLLTON — Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Elizabeth McDonald of Urbana wore conducted Saturday at Simpson Funeral Home by the Rev. Roger Christiansen, pastor of the Methodist Church. Mrs. Lawrence Thicn was soloist and played her own organ accompaniamenl. Pallbearers were John Boirun, Robert Driver, Robert Mehrboff, James Graves, Frances Neubauer and Jack Alfield. Burial was in Carrollton Cemetery. Riles for Clyde Ash; Interment in Valhalla Funeral services for Clyde B. Ash were conducted Saturday afternoon at Gent Funeral Home. Interment was in Valhalla Memorial Park. Pallbearers were Wilbur Ash, Richard D. Brown, Fred Fort- Schneider, Raymond Hghey, Wil liam Sloan, and Pete Kanyo. Robert Wehling Named District v K. of C. Deputy EDWARDSVILLE — Robert Wehling of 614 Bollman has been appointed district deputy of District 62, Illinois State Council of Knights of Columbus, it was announced today. Wehling, who was appointed by State Deputy Victor Cardosi, will represent the Knights of Columbus Councils of Edwardsville, Collinsville, Highland and the Tri-Cities. A member of the Edwardsville Council, No. 1143, since 1949. Wehling recently completed two years of service as grand 1 knight of the local council. A reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Wehling is a former member of the news staff of the Telegraph. Trash Aflame Fire apparently caused by spontaneous combustion in a trash can caused minor damage at Bonnie Beauty Salon, 1106 Milton Road, about 10:30 a.m. today. 6:00—2 4 5 NeWB 11 Three Stooges (R) 6:10—4 5 Weathci 6:15—2 City Camera & Weather 4 News: Cronkite 5 Huntley-Brinkley 11 Rocky & His Friends 6:30—2 Dakotas (R) 4 To Tell the Truth (R) 5 Movie — "Prince Valiant" (1954) Janet Leigh, James Mason 11 People Are Funny 7:00—4 I've Got a Secret (R) 11 Best of Groucho (R) 7:30—2 Funny, Funny Films 4 Vacation Playhouse 11 Movie — "Nightmare" (19421 Diana Barrymore, Brian Donlevy 8:00—2 Stoney Burke (R) 4 Special: Phil Silvers (R) 8:30—5 Art Linkletter 9:00—2 Ben Casey (R) 4 Password 5 Brinklcy's Journal (R) 11 Movie — "Pacific Ad 10 I: venture" (1947) Joy Nichols, Ron Randall :30—4 Stump the StMt 5 Biography! Woodrow Wilson :0t>—2 4 5 News :10-2 4 5 weathef :15—2 Steve Allen 4 Eye on St. Loulg 5 Johnny Carson 30—4 Movie — "Adventures of Don Juan" (1948) Errol Flyrm, Alan Hale 11 Movie — "Insurance Investigator" (1951) Audrey Long, Richard Dennis :45—2 Peter Gunn (R) 00-5 Tonight In St. Loute 15—2 News & Sports 20—2 Mahalia Jackson : 30-^1 Movie — "World In Flames" (1940) World Dictators, 1930-1940. 35—5 Almanac ; 40—5 Weather 11 Newsreels & Religion .to—4 News & Religion Tuesday Daytime, July 30 Bagaglio WORDEN — Angelo Bagaglio, 68, a brother of Carl Bagaglio of Worden, died Saturday in St. Louis. Funeral rites will be Tuesday at 11 a.m., in Lesicka Funeral Home, Livingston. Burial will be in Spangle Cemetery, near Livingston. His widow, Mrs. Marie Bagaglio, survives him. Spoon WORDEN — Funeral services for Mrs. Edna Spoon, 88, mother of Mrs. Otta Laws of Worden, will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Wiese Anderson Funeral Home, larlinville. Mrs. Spoon died Saturday in Weatherford Nursing Home, Carlinville. She was the widow of James Spoorr. Everage Funeral services for John Foster Everage, 24, of Alto n, who was killed early Sunday morning, will be conducted Wednesday in Cincinnati, Ihio. Born April 20, 1939, in Missis- SAVE ON ALL SUMMER ITEMS AT WOOD RIVER Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News: Tom Brooks 6:00—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 9 1:00—4 Morning Scene 5 Tod'iy: Hugh Downs 7:30—4 News: Carmichae! 7:40-4 World of Mr. Zoom 8:00—2 Mahalia Jackson 4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:05—2 Farm Report 8:10—2 News 8:15—2 Spotlight on KETC 8:45—2 Cartoons 9:00—4 Calendar 5 Say When 9:15—2 King & Odie 9:25—5 NBC News: Newman 9:30—2 Romper Room 4 I Love Lucy (R) 5 Play Your Hunch 30:00—4 The McCoys (R) 5 Price Is Right 10:30—2 Seven Keys 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 11:00—2 Tennessee Ernie 4 Love of Life 5 1st Impression 11:25—4 News: Reasoner 11:30—2 Father Knows Best (R) 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequences 11:45—4 Guiding Light 11:55—5 NBC News: Scherer Noon—2 General Hospital 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke 11 Newsreels 12:05—4 My Little Margie (R) 5 Charlotte Peters 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Divorce Court ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL — 15 — 22 — 29 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all persons that the First Monday in September,' 1963 is the Claim Date in the estate of DANIEL M. FITZGERALD, Deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Dated this 10th. day of July, 1963. GENEVIEVE FITZGERALD KULP, ROBERT EMMETT FITZGERALD, Executrix and Executor. Attest: DALE HILT Probate Clerk LEGAL — 15 — 22 — 29 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given to all per sons -that the First Monday in September, 1963 is the Claim Date In the estate of CHARLES D. KELLENBERGER, Deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without Issuance of summons. Dated this 9th. day of July, 1963. ANNA G. KELLENBERGER, and FIRST NATIONAL BANK & TRUST COMPANY IN ALTON Executrix and Executor. Attest: DALE HILT Probate Clerk Legal No. 370, July 29, 1963 INVITATION TO BID Scaled bids for the installation of a new heating unit for the Operators Hangar known as Hangar Number Two, as specified and shown on the Plans and Tracings will be received by the CIVIC MEMORIAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY. Place: CIVIC MEMORIAL AIR PORT, Administration BuildlnB, Bellwood Drive, East Alton, II llnols. Date: August 8, 1963. Time: 8:00 P.M.. (C.D.S.T.) Air port Authority's Office. Plans may be obtained ut the of flee of the CIVIC MEMORIAL AIR PORT AUTHORITY on Wednesday. July 31, 1963 and until the bids will be opened and redd publicly at the above mentioned place, date and time. /s/ Richard E. Rook, Chairman CIVIC MEMORIAL AIR PORT AUTHORITY IN LOVING MEMORY 29 a 3 IN LOVING MEMORY of our dear husband and father, Fred Jenkins, who passed away 3 years ago. July 28. 1960. Sometimes the shadows gather, And the clouds are In die sky, Sometimes we cannot see the sun, For the tears are In our eyes. But always in the darkness, We are under God's great hand. And In his fragrant garden, We will wake and understand, Each year the Father calls us, Our loved ones home to rest. And our hearts so filled with anguish, Can but feel He knows best. Sadly missed by wife, Anna Jenkins, Daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Yemin. (Classified Continued on Page 15) LEARN S-M A TO Fi-Y IIV plus • van WALSTON 4 As the World Turns 11 Jack LaLanne 1:00—4 Password 5 People Will Talk 11 Movie — See Man., 10:30 p.m., Ch. 11 1:25—5 News: Kalber 1:30—2 Jano Wyman (R) <I House Party 5 The Doctors 2:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15—11 Movie — See Mon., 9 p.m., Ch. 11 2:25—4 News: Edwards 2:30—2 Who Do You Trust? 4 Edge of Night 5 You Don't Say 3:00—2 American Bandstand 4 Secret Storm 5 Match Game 3:25—5 News: Vanocur 3:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Millionaire (R) 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 3:55—2 American Newsstand 4:00—2 Day in Court 4 SS Popeye 5 Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:25—2 Movie — "Northwest Outpost" (1947) Illona Massey, Nelson Eddy 4:30—4 Movie .—"The Parson of Panamint" (1941) Ellen Drew, Philip Terry 5:00—5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:30—5 Sea Hunt (R) 11 Quick Draw McGraw 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael VFW Post Observes 30th Anniversary at Wood River WOOD RIVER — A red, white and blue color theme decorated memorial hall for the Saturday dinner-social-dancing party in observance of the 30th anniversary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars post 2859. which was attended by more than 250 members and quests. Ray Soden, Bensenville, department of Illinois senior vice commander, appeared as principal speaker. Among the other distinguished guests who spoke briefly were: Ray Simpson, department commander of South Dakota; Elroy Bloemker, Stauntin, 12th District commander; Jack Shelton, Madison County Cpuncil commander; Bill Deadrick, Madison County senior vice commander; and Mrs. Ted Dunnagan, Collinsville, who spoke on behalf of Mrs. Harvey House, dis tricl president. James McClenahan, quartermaster of the home post and District Cars Collide WOOD RIVER — An accident involving cars driven by Mrs. Myrtle L. Cutbirth, 405 Soring, Alton and Wesley R. Wille, 21, 3321 Johnson Rd., Granite City, on U. S. Alt. Rte. 67, was reported to police at 7:50 a.m. today. Both vehicles were traveling north on Rte. 67, police said, w hen a car pulled onto the highway from the American Oil Co. road and caused Mrs. Cut- birtli to swerve into the side of the Wille vehicle. The left front fender of the Cutbirth car was damaged and the right front fender and door of Wille's vehicle was dented. FIGHT RESULTS By TUB ASSOCIATED 1'HESS NEW YORK — Ernie Terrell, 204, Chicago, outpointed Zora Folley, 203%, Chandler. Ariz., 10. BUENOS AIRES-Jose Burgos, Venezuela, and Federico Thompson, Argentina, welters, drew, 10. MIAMI—Bobby Alien, 132, St. Thomas, oijtpoiiHed Jerry Powers, 129, SI. Louis, 10. TOKYO—Hajmine Taroura, 120, Japan outpointed Gone Aragon, 119, Philippines, 10. 12 senior vice commander, presided as master of ceremonies. Invocation was offered by Floyd Bunt. Addresses of welcome were given by Lowell Bush, host commander; and Mrs. Edith Lyons, auxiliary president. Honored as charter members and presented awards in ceremonies conducted by Soden were: George Pennifold, Cecil Dahnecke, Ed Wray, Peter Nader, Ira Kil!am, Richard Thompson, Harry Marks, Ray Cown, and Lawrence Markham. Visiting delegations represented the posts and auxiliaries of Staunton, Gillespie, State Park, Collinsville, Granite City, Cottage Hills and Collinsville. Minor Collision WOOD RIVER — A minor auto accident involving a car driven by Louis A. Berkley, 203 Maple, Roxana, and Raymond E. Newman of the Nike Missile Base at Marine, was reported to police Saturday. The report showed that Berkley was driving north on Ninth Street and Newman west on Edwardsville Road when the collision occurred. Edwards Denies Charge by NLRB JERSEYVILLE — A charge by the NLRB that Dan T, Edwards, local store owner, had remitted dues for his employes to Local 646 of the International Hod Carriers, Building and Common Labors Union of America, was denied today by Ray Dunsing, business agent of Local 646. Dunsing said that at no time had Edwards ever paid dues to Local 646 and that the local here had never attempted to organize Edwards' employes. Edwards at the time was president of the local CIU, Dunsing said, and one of his employes was head of Local 50 of the CIU and it was to this local that dues were paid by Edwards. The NLRB last week rejected Edwards' contention that Ills paying $250 a month union dues for four employes was a mallei 1 of minor consequence and ruled him guilty of unfair labor practice. S H E R E R TV & APPLIANCE REPAIR QUICK SERVICE HO 2-6604 t t • Wuslion • Dryen t ItutllQ t Stereo f AU

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