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ItttBDAV, «ILV 30,1963 ALTON PAGS SEVEN Obituaries Rhodes In tolling heatlh for two years Joseph .A,. Rhodes, f4, of 1927 or chard BlvtJ.j died Monday nt 4:2 p.m. In AltonMemorial Hospital. Mfv Itfiiwies, fl rellrt-d American Oil Cd.i employe, finU fbfhier operator •»{ Brushy Grove Tralln Court, entered the hospital Frt day. t -.>, - ' ,' He; had :!lVec) In Alton for It years fliitl In iHe final Alton-Wood Rivet area; slnbe 1923. Born,May 8, 1889, at Plalnvlew he wfis a Bon of the late Mr. anc Mrs. Wllfflfh Henry Rhodes. He was married, to the former Mae Holt^y Pnjtnei'June 1, 1950. Mefwks a hiefrtber of Plnlnvlew Masonic Lodge. Mf.< .Rjibdes retired from work at Anifj-lcatt 6)1'Cc»., where he had worked^ ;as a painter, at the agd, of;'60;'Later he ,had operated the trailer court. / 111, addition'to'his widow he is survived: by'.' .two/ step-daughters Mrs. 'Fred 'Jones, .Rosewooc Heights, and,'Mrs. Heath Bright East Alton; two step-sons, Ron neth Palmer, Washington, D. C. and Donald, East Alton. Two brothers and two sisters dice previously. Funeral services will be con ducted Wednesday at 10:30 a.m in Spilth Funeral Home, Alton Burial will be in Upper Altoi Cemetery. Visitation hours ul the luncm: home will be after 7 p.m. today. Tepen JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Frances Florence Tepen, wife ol Albert J. Tepen, of Rte. 4, Jersey ville, died Monday at. 11:20 p.m. in Jersey Community Hospital, as she was nearing her 61st birthday anniversary. Mrs. Tepen, the former Frances Smith, was bom Aug. 2,1902 in Calhoun County. She is survived by her husband; two sons, Alfred and Victor, Jersey ville; six daughters, Mrs. Stuart Carpunkv, Mrs. Donald Ward, Mrs. Robert Tittle, Mrs. William Haun, and Miss Gertrude Tepen, Jersey- vllle, and Mrs. William Randolph, Carrollton; a sister, Mrs. Andrew Haselhorst, Brussels, and 22 grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Thursday at, 9:30 a.m. in St. Francis-Xavier Church. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. The body' is at Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home where friends may call after 7:30 p.m. today. The Rosary will be recited Wednesday at 8 p.m. Glassbrenner Mrs. Minnie M. Glassbrenner, wife of Ray Glassbrenne'r, died at il:25 ; p.m. Monday in Alton Memorial Hospital where she had been 'a patient for 37 days. She was 71. Before entering Alton Memorial Mrs.* Glassbrenner had been at EAGER TO, SERVE DEDICATED TO PLEASE. MODERATE CHARGES. Alby Street Shelter Home, 191 Alby St., where her husband is a patient. She wos born at Beardstown Feb. 8, 1892, « daughter of thi lain Mr. and Mrs. George Wll Ham Lewis, Following private funeral rite, to be conducted by the Rev. W Freeman Prlvetl, pastor of Cher ry Street Baptist Church, in Gen Chapel, the body will be taken to Alton Cemetery for Interment. Morgan Mrs. Flora Ann Morgan, 23, wlfi of Herbert Thomas Morgan o 218 Ohio St., Enst Alton, Wa pronounced dead Monday at 8:4 p.m. at Alton Memorial Hospita upon arrival there. She had bcni 111 for one week. The former Flora Ann Sea graves, she was born July 2s 1940, in Wood River. Her parent are William Jay Seagraves, E Paso, Tex., and Mrs. Dolly Sea graves Hedger, East Alton. With exception of 2'/i years a St. Joseph, Mo., Mrs. Morgai had lived all of her life in ll« East Alton-Wood River area. Sh relumed with her husband t East Alton a week ago. She was married Dec. 26, 1959 in SI. Louis. She and her husfy band are parents of a daughter Randee Jean. Mrs. Morgan was a member o St. Bernard's Parish, Wood River Surviving beside her husbanc and daughter and parents are he maternal grandmother, Mrs. Katii Murphy, Eldorado. The body is at Smith Funera Home, Wood River, where serv ices will be conducted Thursday at 11 a.m. Burial will be in Roselawn Memory Gardens. Visiting hours at the funeru home will be after 1 p.m. Wed nesday. Levora ALTON JOSEPH A. RHODES Services 10:30 a.m. . Wednesday Funeral .Home WOOD RIVER FLORA ANN W ORGAN Services 11 a.m. Thursday Funeral Home ALTON-WOOD RIVKH HHTHAUO EDWARDSVILLE — Mrs. Leo C. Levora, 63, of 431 West Union St., died of a heart attack Mon day evening at Parkview Episcopal Hospital in Peublo, Colo, shortly after she received news o he death of her son, Leo Levora who drowned Saturday evening in Dunlap Lake here. Mrs. Levora and her husband iiad left Edwardsville Friday for a vacation trip to Colorado anc state police en route had been alerted to notify them of theii son's death. Mrs. Levora, who apparently collapsed on hearing of the trag- c accident, was taken to the Pueblo hospital immediately. She lad suffered a severe heart attack n Edwardsville last year, when she and her husband returned to .heir home the evening of Dec. 30 .962 and found' the residence vandalized. The body will be returned o Edwardsville for interment. Born June 18, 3900 at Bunker lill, a daughter of (lie late John and Elizabeth Schvvalb Meade, she was married May 27, 1925 to ..eo C. Levora, who survives. Also surviving are a daughter, Mrs. erald Kcrahaw of Edwardsville; wo brothers, Leo F. Meade of Seymour, Ind., and Albert Meade if St. Louis; and 10 grandchildren. She was a member of St. Mary's Church, the Altai- and Rosary Societies of the church and the American Legion Auxil- ary. A Requiem Mass will be read at 9:30 a.m. Friday from St. May's Church by Rev. Father Ralph Guido, pastor of St. Boni- ace Church. Friends may call ,t the Lesley Marks Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Thursday, witli the Rosary to be recited at 8 p. hi. Thursday. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery. Johnston •WHITE HALL — Mrs. Lottie Pearl Johnstpn, 75, died early this morning at the White Hall hospital. Born Oct. 17,1887, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.-William Bowman. Her husband preceded her in death. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs, Glady Lelghe, Decatur, and Mrs. Olive Wingert, Alton; a sister, Mrs. Ella Smith, White Hall; three grandchildren and five great grandchildren. The body is at the Dawdy Funeral Home in White Hall where friends may call after 3 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral services will be conducted at the home Thursday at 1 p.m. Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery, They Rout Royalty LONDON — An English firm lias announced that t hey will rent tiaras to ladies who are invited to attend royal functions. GLASSBRENNER Services Private, Orati Sel flt CARROLLfoN - the body o Oran Eugene Varble, 24, wh was fatally Injured Sunday In a motorcycle accident, Is at Meh Funeral HoJtie where friends may call. Funeral rites will be conduct ed Wednesday at 1 p.m. In Ou Redeemer Lutheran Church bj Pastor Kleth Gerberdlng. Bur ial will be in Carrolllon Ceme tery. One of 12 children of Mr. and Mrs. Oran R. Varble, Oran Eu gene was born April 8, 1939, in Greene County. He was an em ploye of Schneider Feed Store. Surviving beside his parents are eight sisters, Mrs. Mary Goodall, Rockbridge; Mrs. Anna Menllne, Jerseyvllle; Mrs. Cath erine Vice, Wood River; Mrs Betty Plogger, Germany; Doro thy, Margaret Ann, Connie, anc Ruth, Carrollton, and threi brothers, Paul, Grafton, and Roger and Vernice, Carrollton. Ceeil Birt Funeral ; Upper Alton Burial Funeral services for Ceci Birt, an operating engineer a Illinois Power Co., were belt Monday at 2 p.m. in Morrow Quinn Mortuary. The Rev. W. Freeman Privett pastor of Cherry Street Baptis Church, officiated at the rites at the mortuary and at Uppei Alton Cemetery where Mermen look place. Pallbearers were C. S. Blan kenship, E. D. Yeck, Elmei Schoeneweis, Floyd O'Neal, Wil liam Hawkins, and Paul Gross. Solemn High Mass For Joseph Kelly Solemn Requiem High Mass was celebrated at SS Peter anc Paul's Church at 9 a.m. Monday for Joseph Kelly. Msgr. James J •faggerty was celebrant;. Ihe Rev. Father Menard Lobocki, deacon; : ind the Rev. Faher Peter Berlol- di, sub deacon. Burial was in St. Patrick's Cemetery. F a,t h e r Bertoldi officiated at committal rites. Pallbearers were Fred Joesting, Rudy Meyer, Al M. Schwegel Adolph Junck, William Fogarty and Donald Fogarty. Rites Wednesday For Randoll Hurt CARROLLTON — Funeral services for Randoll Hurt, 18, who was killed in a motorcycle accident Sunday, will be conducted Wednesday at 3 p.m. in M e h 1 Funeral Home by the Rev. B. H, Cummings. Burial will be in Fern wood Cemetery, Roodhouse. Visitation hours at the funera home will be after 2 p.m. today Hurt, son of Mrs. Vivian Hurl of near- Eldred, and the late Mel bert Hurt, was born Feb. 14, 1945, in Carrollton. He was a June graduate of Carrollton High School. Surviving beside his mother are four brothers, Lyndell, Pekin; Charles, Hillview; Jerry, Malta, and Sam, Eldred, and two sis- ers, Mary Lou and Sue Carol, both at home. Kohle Services Held Saturday Funeral services for William <olile were conducted Saturday at p.m. in the Streeper Funeral iome by the Rev. Lloyd Shoe- naker, pastor of the Edwards treet Assembly of God Church. Pallbearers were David Wilson, Clifford Talley, William Vinson, lenry Robinson, Walter Stamm nd John Winters. Burial was In klton City Cemetery. Requiem High Mass Today for Miller A Solemn Requiem High Mass vas sung at 9 a.m. today in SS. 'eter & Paul's Church for Thomas A, Miller, retired salesman. Msgr. James J. Huggerty was 'elebrant of the Mass; (he Rev, 'ather Medard Lobocki, deacon, md the Rev. Father Peter Bertollo, sub-deacon. Pallbearers were Fred Redmond, Norman Challacombe, Emnett Melling, Robert DeGrand, -larold Miller, and Charles Buck. Everage Rites to Be at Cincinnati The body of John Foster Everige, 24, is at Russell Chapel vhere friends may call after 7 ,m. today. Wednesday the body will be ent to Cincinnati, Ohio, for fu- eral rites, tentatively set for Thursday. • Leo Levora Rites Set for Wednesday EDWARDSVILLE - Funer- 1 services for Leo J. Levora, who rowned in Dunlap Lake Satur- ay evening, will be held with a a.m. requiem mass Wednesday rom St, Mary's Church. Friends may call at the Lesley darks Funeral home after 3 p.m. oday. The Rosary will be recited onight. The body will be held for itermenl Friday in Calvary Cen> tery, at the tune of interment of er's mqUier, Mrs. Leo C. LC- ora. •>'••: • SW Finds Spmy Clobbers Flies} Called Vapona E»2 Conceit Set For Saturday At Carrollton 'CARROLLTON — Members of lie Band Booster's Club of Carrollton Community High School will sponsor an Ice cream social and a "Pop" concert by the higl school concert bund at 8 p.m. Saturday on the courthouse lawn. Tteband will be under dlvc-ctlon of Larry Metller, Serving of homemade cakes am ice cream will begin at 7 p.m. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON - Admitted t Boyd Memorial Hospital as med leal patients Saturday were Mrs Anna Thien and Cecil Foiles o Carrolllon and Mrs. Lizzie Darr :>f Kane. Admitted Sunday as med leal patients were Mra. Ida Lang er, Mrs. Juanlla Roth and Clar ence Laris of Carrollton, while Donaid Burnett of Piasa was ad milted for surgery. Admitted Mon day as medical patients were Henry Cordcs Sr., of Carrollton and Mrs. EValina Black of Elo'red. Dismissed Sunday were William Witt and Mrs. Evelyn Knidey of reenficld, Mrs. Winifred Daugherty of Kane, Mrs. Joyce Broyle of Eldred and Mrs. Kernel! U'elg- el and son of Golden Eagle. missed Monday were Mrs. Clara Wedding of Fieldon, Mrs. Bessie Lorton of Eldred, and Mrs. Joan Pohlman and son of Carrollton. I' laced on Probation CARROLLTON — Everett Don aid McCain, 17, waived his right of a trial by jury Friday before Judge Clem Smith in Greene County Circuit Court and pleadec :uilty to a charge of forgery. A aetition for probation was granted and the youth who is deaf ivas placed on probation lor two years. Two divorces were also granted Friday by Judge Smith. One was granted Sandra Pjrid from Bryan Pond when the defendant was found guilty of wilful deser- :ion. In the suit of Virginia Mehr- io£f vs Harold R. Mehrhdf, a decree for divorce was grantee when the defendant was found guilty of habitual drunkcr.ess. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON— William Boe, of Belleville, son of Mrs. F. L. Imus of Carrollton, was scheduled to undergo major surgery :oday in St. Elizabeth's Hospita: n Belleville. Mrs. Imus anc icr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn P. Simpson, visited Mr. and Mrs. Boe and family Sunday and Mrs. Imus returned to Belleville Tuesday to spend a few days at ;he Boe home. Mrs. Clover Bushnell and daughter, Linda, .and Mrs. Leila Giberson returned home Sunday "rom Iowa City, la., where they had spent a few days with Mrs :iberson's sister, Mrs. Georgia Thode. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hansen of Chicago spent the weekend icre with their parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Tony Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Ishmael Pruitt and were accompanied home by their son, Ricky, who had spent two weeks vith his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Young and amily'and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Young of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neal of St. Charles, \lo., spent the weekend at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Inidle. Mrs. Durand Heumann and Mrs. Zelma Van 'Der Heyen of t. Louis arrived Sunday to spend a few days with their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Widdowson, Mrs. Thelma Wilkinson, re- iring Greene County superin- endent of schools, and Charles <. Barnett, who will assume the duties of the office Aug. 5 and VIrs. Gussie Frazier, who will assume the office of Greene County assistant superintendent if schools, also Aug. 5, will go o Springfield Wednesday to re main over Friday attending the annual meeting of the county su perintndents of schools. Mr .and Mrs. Dennis Price of Alton, who were recently marled, were guests of honor at a miscellaneous shower given Sunday at the home of Price's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John 3 rice, with Mrs. Wilbur Price is the assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Geers pent Sunday in Barry at the iome of Mrs. Geers' brother-in- aw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. , Flick. Mr. and Mrs. James Short and 1v. and Mrs, Neal Gillingham nd son returned home last week Tom a trip to Colorado and Vyoming. Carrollton Team Wins Toiirntiinenl CARROLLTON — The 11 to 13 ge Carrollton senior team won be tournament for that age of the Jttle League teams last week at /ogt field In Carrollton, The hampionship game was played unduy afternoon, and WJlUam Athison was manager of the win- ilng team. John Price was coach. Second place , was won by the loodhouse Senior team with Royn Strang as manager and third lace by a White Hall team. The game Sunday closed the •Clioury League season for 10631 By AtMMtf CARBONDALti, ill. (Special)— Stable and house flics, common summer problems on most farms, are scarcely noticed this year around the dairy, livestock and poultry teaching and research centers on the Southern Illinois University Experimental Farms. Eugene Wood, manager of the experimental farms and associate professor of agricultural indu.s tries at SID, says the reduction Is being accomplished by a com bittation of good sanitary practices and regular weekly spraying* with a highly effective insect! cide. Livestock center supervisors report the system has been glv ing the best results they have ex perienced so far. The spray material is a mixture of sugar, water and an insect! cide. The Insecticide with t h trade name Vapona E-2. It Is water-emulsifiable and oil-soluble concentrate with high killing power. Persons handling the con centrale must Use precautions in mixing the spray material. Farmers should not attempt to use insecticides as a substitute for good sanitary practices, Wooc points out. Much can be done to reduce the fly problem on t li e farmstead and around livestock by keeping the barns and barn- lots clean and by removing ma mire accumulations where flies propagate rapidly. Brownings in State Showed 1962 Upturn SPRINGFIELD (Special) — Dr Franklin D. Yoder, director of the Illinois Department of P u b 1 i Health, reported today that 315 persons were drowned in Illinois last year, in comparison to 267 drownings in 1961. Drowning is the fourth leading type of fatal accident, and each year in the nation about 6,500 persons are drowned. Statistics show that of these victims, two-thirds are adults or older children and mostly males, and almost two- thirds are not swimming at t h e time; they fall into the water. Almost half of the victims are alone at the time of drowning many are fully clothed, many drown within 15 or 20 feet of shallow water or a pier, and many drown where no life guard is on duty at the time. "Some good safety rules emerge from this grim summary," Dr Yoder said. "Water safety involves more than life guards on duty and knowing when and where to swim." Calhoun 4-H Federation Plans Camp HARDIN — The Calhoun County 4-H Federation has completed plans for a day camp on Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 5 and 6, to which all 4-H members in the cou ,y have been invited. The camp will be held at the fairgrounds lortli of Hardin, with registration starting at 2 p.m. Aug. 5. The entire affair will be under the direction of the Federation, which is made up of older 4-H nembers, with the young people 3lanning and carrying out all ac- ivities, including meals. The roups will sleep in the two large slock barns on the fairgrounds, which are being cleaned and prepared for the camp. The schedule will run as follows: Monday, 2-3 p.m. registra- :ion; 3-3:30 p.m. tribe meetings; 3:30-5 p.m. craft instructions; 55:30 p.m. group singing and ;ames; 5:30-6 p.m. preparation for evening meal; 6-7 p.m. evening meal; 7-7:15 p.m. flag lowering; 7:15-9 p.m. recreation; 9 p.m. evensong and candlelighting. Tuesday, 6:30-7:30 a.m. break- last; 7:30-7:45 a.m. flag raising; 7:45-11 a.m. junior Olympics; 1112 noon, lunch, group singing, clean-up; 12:15 p.m. flag lowering, The fee for the camp will be $1.50 which will cover all costs except crafts, Campers will furnish their own sleeping equipment. Hiirdui Notes HARDIN — Mrs. William Whit- vorth and daughter, Sylvia, of Hamburg, and Mrs. Whitworth's ather, Freeman Martin of Pearl, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul Butler and children in Golden, Colo. Mrs. Butler is the former Betty Marti, .sister, of Mrs. Whit- vorth and daughter of Mr. Martin ind the'late Mrs. Martin. Miss Jacolyn Ing and Miss vina Heinlein of Chicago have •eturned home after a visit of hree weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Uerald Wilson and Mrs. Lee Sevier of Hamburg. Mrs. Janet Morllund was taken jy ambulance from her home south of Hardin to Jersey Com- nunity Hospital early Monday morning, She \va$ admitted as a medical patient. Two marriage icenses were granted during the veekend In the office of Richard vicLano, Greene county clerk. 3ne was issued. July 26 to Alfred William Taylor and Miss Louisa May Howard, both of White Hall. The other was Issued July 27 to Ralph Michael Koontz of Hillview ind Miss Judith Kay Nash of Rpodhouse, Skillet on Skull Sends Altonian to Hospital EAST ALTON — An Allot! man was taken to Wood River Township Hospital Monday afternoon after he was hit on (he head with a frying pan in a fracas with a relative of his girl friend, police reported. Kenneth Whyers, 22, 806 Arch St., Alton, was treated and released from the hospital at 3:15 p.m. for a severe head laceration. Police reported that Whyers attacked his girl friend's uncle when lie was going to take her to Bethalto on Business. In the melee that followed, the uncle's ex-wife reportedly struck Whyers on the head with a frying pan, breaking it off at the handle. Whyers pleaded not guilty to an assault charge in the court of 0. W. Vernor, Wood River police magistrate. He was released on $200 bond after paying $80 in fines and costs on two charges of destruction of property and disturbance of the peace. 6 Charges on Man Who Bashed Police Vehicle Saleswoman Charged with $500 Theft EDWARDSVILLE~An 18-year- old saleswoman from New Jersey, travelling with a group of magazine salesmen in the area, is being held in custody at the county jail charged with the theft of cash and jewelry valued over $500 from a Glen Carbon home. Sheriff Barney Fraundcrf identified bpr as Jacqueline May Timinsky who gave an address of 305 Millburn Ave., New Jersey. The theft with which she is charged occurred at the home ol Evelyn Schwartz on G'en Carbon Road. The cash and jewelry was taken from the drawers of a dress- Hospital Notes er. 2 From Edwardsville Admitted to Hospital EDWARDSVILLE - Two are; residents were admitted Monday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland one patient was dsicharged anc one birth recorded. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spencer, 511 North Second St., a daughter, at 5:42 a.m. today weight 8 pounds 2 ounces. The mother is the former Carol Hen shaw. Admitted were: Mrs. Minnie Mugler, 244 Lincoln; Orin Spiller 917 Highland. Mrs. Joseph Kruschik and son 101 Fifth Ave., were discharged. Graiton GRAFTON — A reception for the Rev. Kenneth Taylor, pastor of the Methodist Church and Mrs Taylor will be given Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. at the Methodist An nex. Rev. and Mrs. Taylor re turned home Monday following a two weeks vacation in the Ozarks. The August meeting of the Wo man's Society of Christian Service will be held Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Charles Campbell. Mrs. Jessie .Meilke entered St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton Friday for medical treatment. Mrs. Dyal Kinser and daughter, Beverly, returned to their home n Metropolis Thursday following several days visit with her mother, Mrs. Wanda Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Vandiver and sons, Larry and David, and Mrs. Eva Vandiver of Wood River were guests Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wagner. Mrs. Charles Daniels and son, Charles, who have been visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Harry Patton and other relatives in the area, left Monday for their iome in Escondido, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Osborne and sons, Mark and Bennie of Alton, were guests Saturday of his grandmother, Mrs. Martha Sheridan. Charles Overmeyer was honored at a birthday dinner Sunday at the club house of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Overmeyers in Mason Hollow. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Freeman and children and Mrs. Lena Freenan, who were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Freeman and sons of Alton, arrived home Sunday from a vacation in Tulsa, Okla., and in the Shepherd of the Hills Country in the Ozarks. Worden WORDEN - Mr. and Mrs. Harod Kennedy observed their 48th vedding anniversary Sunday by entertaining several guests at a uncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Zirges and on, Kenneth, and daughter, Mr•y Ann, attended the wedding of Wiss Shirley Sievers and Ronald Mueller at Staunton Saturday evening. Mrs. Pauline Woodward and Mrs, Myrtle Buehnewamm entered Community Memorial Hospital n Staunton Saturday. Mrs. Elizabeth Vazzi Drew of St. Louis, formerly of Worden, is 11 at St. John's Hospital in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Emrlch of A'orden and Mr. and Mrs. Victor yleuller of Edwardsville rKurned iome Sunday evening after a 10- day vacation trip to Grand View Resort at Bralnard, Minn. TANGIER — A Moroccan hicken fanner is ordering day old chicks from American jreeders. EAST ALTON — Two Alham- brn men were jailed Monday at 8:56 p.m. after their car ran a police car into the curb on St. Louis avenue and later struck a boat and trailer while being chased by a police car. Police charged James Bedwell, driver of the car, with violation of a one-way street, improper lane usage, accident with a parked vehicle, disobedience to a police officer, leaving the scene of an accident and disorderly con- d u c t. His passenger, Richard Trout, was held for investigation. Bcdwell's car ran the police car into a curb near Broadway and then turned off St. Louis avenue and proceeded south on Shamrock with police in pursuit. His car struck a boat and trailer on Shamrock and continued until police apprehended Bedwell and his companion in the 100 block of South Pence. CordeliaDouglas To Sing ivith WoodRiverBand WOOD RIVER — Miss Cordelia Douglas, vocal music supervisor of the Primary Department of the East Alton public schools, will be featured as vocal soloist at the 8 p.m. Wednesday concert of the Municipal Band in Central Park. Miss Douglas will sing selections from the musical, "T h e Gypsy," and "Pennies from Heaven," Ervin Mouish, manager reports. The program of the band under the direction of Chester Hughes will include: "El Cid," by Rozza; "The Magnificent Seven," Bernstein; "Greensleeve, 1 Reed; "Fandango," Perkins; "Thunder and Blazes March, 1 Edwards; "Moon River," Man cina; and "Mr. Wonderful," Hay man. Wood River Club Sees Travel Film WOOD RIVER - A film entitled "Land of Lincoln" which shows in color numerous tourist attractions throughout the state was exhibited to Rotarians Monday by Norman T. Robey of American Oil Co. Richard Judson, also of American, assisted Robey. The color film, made by Standard Oil Division of American, showed var- ous state park areas. Visiting Rotarians included: I. H. Streeper, Dudley Giberson, Alton; Robert A. Paton, Bloomington; Leo Dustmann, Edwardsville; Alfred Bouls, Granite City and John Mull, Bethalto. Fire Bun WOOD RIVER — Firemen made a run Monday morning to Sunshine Cafe, at Wood River and Ferguson, where they examined an overheated air-conditioning unit. It was reported the unit had started smoking up the interior of the eatery. Two Break-Ius Reported at Roseivood Hgts. EDWARDSVILLE — An undetermined amount of money and merchandise was reported stolen in two overnight burglaries in Rosewood Heights, sheriff's deputies reported. Night deputies Melvin Bess and William Renken were summoned to the Airline Shell Station at 500 Airline Drive early :oday where a cigarette machine ,vas open and the coin box missing. A few blocks away burglars entered the Farm Fresh Store at 733 E. Airline Drive where a quantity of cigarettes were miss- ng, the two deputies reported. The burglars were unsuccessful in their efforts to gain entry with a pry bar at both places and broke window glasses and then unlocked the doors, deputies said. Wood tttvei* township MfcDtCAL. Mrs. Rose Ann Menson, 3508 Biscayne, Alton Mrs. G. Madge Eledge, i Dell Ave., East Alton Stephen Christopher Mills. 120 E. Aclon Mrs. Judith Kay Moore, Roxana Mrs. Jeanette E. Jones, 166 Ac- Ion John P. Estes Jr., 305 Prospect, Alton Emerson Childers, Clarksburg, W. Va. SURGICAL John J. Conte Jr., 5334 Southwest, St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Cleo M. Goodman, 500 Williams, Bethallo Mrs. Marion E. Skurtdrich, 439 Prairie, Bethallo DISMISSALS Mrs. Ina May Akers, 317 George, East Alton Diana Lee Flowers, 164 Eighth Mrs. Jewel H. Davis, 50 Dugger, East Alton Mrs. Evelyn A. Oleson, Rte. 1, Belhallo Mrs. Christina M. Lewis, 2420 Willow, Alton Mrs. Naomi R. Hinson, 422 Job Easl Allon Mrs. Virginia M. Owens, Soulh Roxana August Stade, Cottage Hills Mrs. Ina M. Atkinson, 803 Third, East Alton St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Jessie M. Amon, Franklin Mrs. Freda Challacombe, Rte. 3, Godfrey Elmer F. Duelm, 2804 Hillcrest Mrs. Lora B. Ford, 798 Oakwood, East Alton David R. Gleason, 900 Elliott Herman Handmacher, 238 W. Elm Kenneth Arley Kessinger, Rte. 2 Godfrey Mrs. Ruth E. McDuffy, 901 6th Mrs. Mildren E. Pointer, Piasa Luther C. Wilson, 1702 Hill Mrs. Dorolhy Wrighl, Roxana DISMISSALS Miss Mary Anne Henderson, SOS Alton Mrs. Eleanor Brown, Godfrey Mrs. Nina Pearl Allen, 614 16th Mrs. Irma C. Stone, Rte. 1, Shipman Mrs. Florence Austin, 208 Grand, East Alton Mrs. Frances L. Vernor, 806 Lorena Jesse Burleson, 3406 Gillham Dl'XE BAKERY a 10 Henry —Dial HO 2-2032 FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY We Specialize in Wedding and Party Cakei Alton Memorial MEDICAL Kraig Kleeman, East Alton Mrs. Betty Parish, 1714 Hillcres Suzette Kaulen, 952 Tonsor Rd. William Beavers, Bethalto Larry Bopp, Godfrey Miss Claudia Lotz, East Alton Mrs. Sharon Powell, Cottage Hills Josiah Freeland, 2505 Hardy Mrs. Mary Frye, 2621 Amelia Richard Charow, Jerseyville Mrs. Frances Brown, Hillsboro Sarah Kirkpatrick, 621 Liberty Wilbur Loy, Jerseyville James Jenkins, 3319 Jackson SURGICAL Jo Ann Brumley, Wood River Mary Agnes Totora, Wood River Nathan Patterson, 3025 Fernwood Mrs. Ethel Shults, Jerseyville Mrs. Elizabeth Marvel, 828 Washington Gerald Loy, 2345 State Mrs. June Groshart, Cottage Hills Mrs. Jo Ann Peek, 1914 Burling DISMISSALS Arthur Cooke, Godfrey Mrs. Sondra Halford, 3413 Gillham Mrs. Peggy Worthey, East Alton Mrs. Allene Hatcher, East Alton Mrs. Marlene Fowler, 3402 Gill ham Mrs. Joyce Noble, Godfrey David Croquart, East Alton Rolla Richeson, Granite City Roy Stalp, 263 Dooley Ann Ruyle, Godfrey Jennifer Rummerfield, 2403 Ed' wards Mrs. Betty Brannan, Godfrey St. Joseph's MEDICAL Charles R. Martin, 2110 State Dean Bender, Rte. 3, Edwardsville Joseph S. Fortschneider, Brussels Mrs. Jacqulyn J. Lauck, Godfrey Joseph F. Walter, 922 Fountain Martin B. Huebener, Brighton SURGICAL Miss Bertha Wagener, Jerseyville Cleo Landreth, 166 Jennings, Wood River Mrs. Lula M. Hammock, 2741 Sanford Ronald Beach, Rte. 1, Brighton Lloyd Cruse, 640 Washington, East Alton Edward W. Cox, 2906 Shady PI Alfred Edward Greene, 1903 State Mrs. Maude L. Martin, 1205 Hazel Tony A. Baker, Rte. 1, Seminary Road Mrs. Ola N. Eaton, 20 W. Penning, Wood ^River DISMISSALS John Baker, 509 Oak Dr., East Alton Carl Barenreuther, 256 Madison Mrs. Mary Cain, 310 Mill Mrs. Alice Hausman, Rte. 1, Alton Mrs. Mavis Hunt, Rte. 2, Godfrey Mark Mossman, 2109 Lawton Mrs. Margaret Sido, 531 Tenth Wood River Mrs. Hattie Sullivan, 320 Mcln- erney Avoid the flush/ Call Us Now for... WEST KENTUCKY Big lump and Stoker COAL Prompt Clean Delivery, Also Complete Fuel Oil Service, MISSISSIPPI VALLEY GOAL CO.. HO 2.18*1 932 fcrftt Wood fin. Qeraldlne V«rnoH, Robin Cbfffhafl, 318 hlghfl-ay ^_^^ Jersey Community Matt Dwyer, Jerseyvjlle Javid Lyles, Jerseyvllle . Janet Mortland, Hardin Ats. Glenn Dugger, Jerseyvllle <trs. Emett Rudolph, Jeraeyville SUhGtCAL oseph Czala, Fieldon x>nnle Haug, Brussels Mrs. Carl Berry, Kan6 DISMISSALS lomer Bridgeforth, Jerseyvllle foseph Cztla, Fieldon lerb Griesemer, Jerseyvlllft '>ed C. Heitzig, Fieldon bhn Williams, Kane VIrs. Eldon Loellke, JerseyvUl* Stratford Front Will Be Changed A marked change In the appearance of the Market Street fa: cade of Stralford Molor Hotel Is n the making. Earl J. Gaylord, owner and nanager of the hotel, said that )lans are now being complete^ by William L. Flippo, architect,'..and thai conslruclion will be uiv dertaken as soon as the project s approved by city authorities.. Under the plans for the Improye- ment, he s a i d, Ihe tall pillars, / which have been a distinguishing 'eature of the main entrance to the hotel, will be removed. A complete new entrance-way las been designed. It will provide- i ramp arrangement that will- really facilitate convenience ,ol- palrons of Ihe hotel by eliminat- ng most of the present entrance , steps. ••.-";• The front of the shops at sidewalk level on Market also will be. mproved, and an ornamental window-bay or gallery will ;.be provided at second floor level In front of the svindows along t h.e west side of the main dining room of the hotel. Breaks Foot as His Horse Slips," And Falls on Him A 20-year-old > oath's foot was broken in four places when the; horse, he was riding, fell on him Saturday. Robert Bachman was riding down McAdams Highway when his horse slipped on the oiled surface, falling on him. ' Bachman, who works at OJin, was taken to Alton Memorial Hospital where he was admitted for trealmenl. He is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bachman ol Levis Lane in Godfrey. ' ' Tools, Gash Taken At Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE — A 30-inch crowbar, an 18-inch crowbar and about $10.25 in loose change were . missing following a break-in at Ihe Edwardsville Lumber Co., 201 Wesl High St., Monday evening. Police were called to the oflice of Ihe firm about 7:33 a.m. today when the break-in was discovered and ascertained that entrance had been gained by Ihe thief crawling under a gate at the rear of the building. The rear screen door to he front office had been cut and a lower panel of glass removed. ORDINANCE NO. 3180 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1963, AS AMENDED, BEING THE TRAFFIC ORDINANCE FOR THE CITY OF ALTON, TO PROVIDE (1) NO PARKING ON THE WEST SIDE OF GOLD STREET BETWEEN HIGHLAND AND PEARL STREETS; (2) NO PARKING ON THE EAST SIDE OF MAUPIN AVENUE IN THE 1400 AND 1500 BLOCKS THEREOF; AND (3) ONE HOUR PARKING ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF LEVERETT IN THE 3100 BLOCK THEREOF BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 3:00 A.M. TO 4;00 P.M. ON MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY iXCLUDING HOLIDAYS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE: :ITY COUNCIL OF THE CIT1! OF ALTON, ILLINOIS: SECTION 1. That there shall be no parking at any time on the west ide of Gold Street between Us '; ntevseetions with Highland, Avenue and Pearl Street. 'X . SECTION 2. ' v ; That there shall be no park- ng at any time on the east side if Maupin Avenue for a dls- ance of two blocks north of Slliott Avenue, being In the 400 and 1500 blocks of said VJaupln Avenue, SECTION 3. . That there shall be ONE iOUR PARKING ONLY on the outh side of Leverett Street rom Its intersection with Waren Street nncl for a distance .oj 35 feet westerly thereof, all elng within the 3100 block, o( aid Leverett Street, between he hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 ,m. on Monday through Friday f each week, excluding hpiife ays. ,„, SECTION 4, Jlv That this ordinance shall 'b«'' i full force and effect fronj t nd after Us passage and pu&rf cation 95 provld^a by l«w, ,„ Approved by the Mayor of thi Hy at Alton. Illinois, (Ml ay of July, 1063. «/ p. W. OA1T, PAUL A. PRIGS, City CJfl*, •/a .1

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