Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 6, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, August 6, 1963
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IfilUllt ALTON EVENING Court Rules Redfern Was Legally Named in Macoupin CAfcUNVILLE - Hal Rrdfprn, Macoup% .County highway superintendent, was properly appointed, Circuit.Judge Clem Smith ruled Monday^' in ( dismissing a second amende^ ejomplaiiit . seeking t o -dust him. *'. Jtldg&iSnihh pointed out that the defendant's motion to dismiss should' be treated as a motion for summary judgment. He added that quo \fcarranto tests the fight of the' "defendant to hold the office <jj*jco!lhty superintendent of highwafjs and when so tested the burden is on the defendant to show by what aurhority* he holds Ihe office. In passing judgment; Judge Smith pointed out that the law sets up Ihe qualifications and the procedure to be followed in Ihe appointment of a county highway superintendent and defendant's exhibits establish that the procedure was followed in this case. "The defendant's name was submitted by the board of supervisors to the State Department," Judge Smith said. ATA Picnic Aug. 8, 9, 10 At Simmermaker Grove SHIPMAN - The ATA picn and South Macoupin Fair wi be staged Aug. 8, 9 and 10 i Simmermaker Grove four mile east of Shipman. There will be entertainmen fish fry, refreshments, exhibit rides and concessions. On Aug. 8 the band from Sco Air Force Base will give an hou concert at 9 p.m. On Aug. 9 Joe Greenwell an the Sunset Valley Boys fron Radio station WOKZ in Alton wi play and on Aug. 10 there wi be an amateur talent show. Kahl Reunion SHIPMAN - The family of th late Ferdinand Kahl had a reunio at the Lutheran church Sunday Allen Kahl was re-elected pres dent and Mrs. Arthur Hucke bridge was re-elected secretary. Brayton Reunion SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs Austin Jaynes entertained mem Bethalto to Make Repair JTo Streets ^BETHALTO.—A street repair program in the village of Bethalto was authorized by the Village Board Monday night. .-Repairing of streets and grading and oiling will begin, Mayor Erwin Plegge said today. The board passed an amendment to an ordinance, placing stiffer regulations on the use of firearms and BB guns in the village. The mayor said the old ordinance ....was out vs ,of date and served no useful purpose, so that an amendment was adopted to take care of present situations. ' ^Cannon Construction Co., the general contractor on "the new village hall, was also authorized to construct a flag pole and planter box in front of the new hall. The pole and box will be erected in-the memory of William Neunaber who gave untiring service to the village. A special fund will pay for the two items. The construction company was also authorized to put sidewalks around the new hall. The cost will be 5685. Mayor Plegge appointed two committees to investigate items for the new village hall. One committee will see about the needs inside the new building, such as furniture and special fixtures, and the other commiltee will investigate the cost of landscaping and grading around the structure after it is completed. bers of the Brayton family at n reunion at their home on Sunday. A dinner was served at noon to the following families: Paul Duncan, Schenectady, N. Y.; Willard and Robert Brayton and Mrs. Larry Crees, West Liberty, la.; Herbert Brayton, Joy; Mrs. Hazel Duncan and sons, Illinois City; Pvt. Larry Crees, Grafton; Gilbert Jaynes, Wood River; John Reno, Piasa; William Shelton and Leslie Alward, Shipman. Sliipinan Notes SHIPMAN — Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Burke of Kansas City, Mo., visited Sunday .with Mrs. Maude Shultz, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Kelsey. Friday luncheon guests of Mr and Mrs. Austin Jaynes wer Harry Jaynes, Mrs. lola Wiley Mrs. Alice Krummel and Mr.' Violet Jaynes, all of Peoria, an Mrs. Julia Winson. Miss Jane Kuckelbridge, stu dent at SIU at Carbondale, spen he weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Huckel Di-idge. Sister Leona of East St. Louis nd Sister John Edward of Chi ago are visiting the later's ather, Edward Schwab. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kahl o 'aylorville visited Sunday with tlr. and Mrs. F. F. Kahl. Albert Fout and Robert Morri- The statute then requires that the department proceed to determine if the candidate meets the qualifications he added. One exhibit over the signature of t h e chief h!gH\vay engineer stales: "The questionnaire submitted by Mr. Hal Redfern had been analyzed by the department. The candidate meets the requirements 6f the statutes and, is, therefore, eligible to take the examination." Another exhibit established that a certificate by the state department shows that Redfern made a satisfactory grade and is eligible for appointment. The last exhibit Is a resolution by the board of supervisors appointing the defendant to the office, "It therefore follows that the procedure followed is unimpeachable," the judg- ment added. Judge Smith did not agree with the plaintiffs who contended that the defendant did hot have the qualifications and that this may be determined by a court by pointing out that the legislature delegated to the state departmeiit the determination of the question and makes the determination by the department conclusive. In passing, Judge Smith said he noted that the deposition of the defendant indicates some 11 years and three months of experience and the department determined that experience to be adequate. Since the applicant passed the examination, Judge Smith, said, there Is no provision for a court to review either of those determinations. Hospital Notes Wood River Township MEDICAL William Wiegand, Roxana. Lorenzo MiUteUo, 422 Ferguson. Mrs. Allie Krueger. 576 Leslie. Dennis Weaver, 457' Wood River. Mrs. Ruth -Damhi, 547 Mildred. on have returned from Camp /icCoy where they attended re- erve training for two weeks. Chesterfield Church Guild to Meet CHESTERFIELD. — Mrs. Horace Bramley will be hostess to the^members of Stf Peter's Episcopal Guild Wednesday afternoon. Chesterfield Notes CHESTERFIELD. — Mr. and Mi's. E. B. Wright left Saturday for a vacation in Cplorado. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hall and their guest, the Rev. Paul Parker, grandson of Mr. Parker, left Saturday for his home in New York. Mrs. Bessie Townzen left Saturday for Tennessee where she will assist in the care of her sister, who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Johnson and son, David, are guests of his parents in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Clemmeth Johnson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Johnson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Johnson and family of Richmond, Wis., and Mrs. Elsie Johnson of Palmyra were, Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson of Greenfield. Steven D. Strader, Hartford. SURGICAL Katherine Clinton, 611 Reed Dr., East Alton. Mrs. Emma Miles, Bethalto. Miss Linda Price, South Roxana. Mrs! Beverly Ufert, 409 George. Mrs. Ruby Adam's, Bunker Hill. Robert Waugh, Rte. 1, Edwards ville. Mrs, Pearl Corner, Cottage Hills James Hughart, 539 Crestview East Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Ida Starbuck, Hartford. John J. Conte Jr., St. Louis. John Hartmann, Rte. 1, Edwards ville. Kenneth Whyers, 806 Arch, Alton Robert Myers, Edwardsville. Mrs. Verna Stunkel, 723 Condit John T. Clore, Cottage Hills. Ronald Howell, Jerseyville. David Lyles, Jerseyville. Mrs. Janet Mortland, Hardin. St. Anthony's MEDICAL William Hazelrigg, 511 Winkler. Loren C. Rholes, 625 Valley Dr., East Alton. Vlrs. Kunigunda Wittman, Rte. 1, Godfrey. /Irs. Emma . Hammers; Edwardsville. )tto Thuerkoff, Cottage Hills. flrs. Elizabeth Von nan-men, Brighton. Mrs.- Lucille Haynes, 2306 Powhatan. Srenda Dwiggins, West Alton. Michael' Beilsmith, Brighton. Fred Dark, West Alton, Mo. VIrs. Helen Knott, 913 Humboldt. Chester Farrell, Edwardsville. Jersey Community MEDICAL /Irs. Donald Ferguson, Jerseyville. /Irs. Robert Weller, Jerseyville. Irs. Fannie Jones, Kane. /Irs. Ovagene Ferris, Jerseyville /Irs. Margaret Buchanan, Jerseyville. drs. Merle Blackwell,. Fieidon. Irs. Mary Logan, Jerseyville. liss Harriet ;Erwin, Jerseyville. ohn McDonald, Hardin. /Ii's. Robert Kallal, Dow. Charles Timpe, Jerseyville. DISMISSALS /Irs. Rodger Egelhoff, Jerseyville Irs. Robert Sprang, Hardin. Irs. Walter Dunse, Godfrey. St. Joseph's MEDICAL Mrs. Eve Fortschneider, 1107 E, Seventh. Grover Terrell, 310 E. 14th. Mrs. Stella Stephens, Edwardsville. Henry Dinker, 2421 Kohler. Duane Amistadi, 618 State, Wood River. Harry Atkins, 901 Belle. Mrs. Margaret Higginbotham, Edwardsville. SURGICAL Mrs. Mary Gross, 215 Dooley. Boyd C. Cole, Rte. 1, Moro. Mrs. Anna Halford, 2323 Central. Mrs. Mona Miles, 2511 Sanford. DISMISSALS Mrs. Nancy Bunker, Grafton. Mrs. Adah Cope, 806 Alby. Mrs. Sandra Franklin, Bethalto. Mrs. Beatrice Gregory, Cottage Hills. Daniel Maronie, 601 Washington. Raymond Petruzza, 3868 Western Wilbur Rundle, Edwardsville. Mrs. Jacqueline Whyers, 1119 Union. Mrs. Lavonda Wieseman, Rte. 2, Edwardsville. Mrs. Lydia Yenne, Edwardsville. lobert Foster, East Alton. Wiss Lois Galloway, 1627 Alby. VIrs. Catherine Garrett, Moro. Wood River Club Hears Talk on Portland Cement WOOb RIVER - G. W. Kefi- nedy. field engineer for Portland Cement Association from Belleville, told Wood River Rotariarts Monday that his association informs and promotes the proper use of the Portland cement process. Kennedy, who was introduced by Jim Boyd, showed a film on the -nanufacture and uses of Port and cement. He said his organization is a trade association aimed at keepi ing the standards high for all companies using the Portland ce- nent process. Visiting rotarians were: Leslie 'rehn, Lynn Claussen and Kenneth Sheary, Bethalto; Ken Euers and John Morrisey, Edwardsville; Denny Foster, Chuck and Ralph Jackson, Kenneth Kloos, Pat O'Neill and Ed-Gregory, Alton; an'd Latham Harris and Bob Kis- sadk, Roxana. South Roxana Fire Auxiliary to Meet SOUTH ROXANA - The Fireman's Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the fire house and hostesses will be Mrs. Myrtice teams and Mrs. Maida John- Jazz Hoe-Down Slated for Wednesday in Wood River WOOD RIVER - The sixth an nital jazz festival will be held a 7:30 p.m. Wednesday In Centra Prtfk. the event will feature many out standing combos of the area af well as a 22 member swing band "The Muhy Cats." This lar^c swing band is composed of mu nicjpal btthd members. Chester Hughes, municipal bane director, and stage band directoi said, "It is our hope to.develop good quality music from a sym phonic band approach and to ex- lend a modern developmen through the medium of jar/.." In addition to the muny concen band and Muny Cats, Ronnie Klaus and his orchestra, Wai Schlemer and his orchestra, Joe Hlasva and "The Skylarks", anr luss Foster's cornbo arc booked !or the festival. The event IS ] again being sponsored, according to Erv Mouish, wind manager, by the city and Musicians Local 98. son. South Roxann Notes Alton Memorial . MEDIC At, VIrs. Alta Hayes, East Alton. Mrs. Eva Williams, Moro. Mrs. Amelia Clodfelder, Mount Vernon. Mrs. Emma Charlton, Bethalto. Mrs. Bertie Isbell, 1629 Rodgers. Janet Dresche, Edwardsville. SURGICAL Lee Stoner, Brighton. David Herring, 1202 Spaulding. aren Hayes, 334 Jefferson. VIrs. Sadie Hunter, Kane, ames Lewis, 2205 Humbert, ames Richey, 2210 Central. Mrs. Helen Fjerstad, 3012 Burton. Mrs. Golda Delaloye, Granite City DISMISSALS Mrs. Helen Bunch, Godfrey. Sarah Kirkpatrick, 621 Liberty lalph Bauser Jr., 2124 Seminary Mrs. Leila Johnson, Alton. <imberly Knowlson, East Alton;-, ill's. Jeanette Eaker, Moro. Mrs. Karen White, Wood River. Crawford, Roxana. /Irs. Bertha Fowler, Godfrey. /Irs. Dorothy Blair, , Godfrey. drs, Eva. Greenwalt,. Jerseyville BRUSSELS — Following a bad Winter, the Belgian industrial index has moved into record ground.) SOUTH ROXANA - Miss Janet Jackson of Springfield spent the past two weeks visiting hei grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Jackson in Wanda. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Yount and family spent the weekenc visiting her mother, Mrs. Eleanoi Dichneite and her sister, Mrs Leona Van De Riet, in Waterloo. To Conduct Paper Drive in Bethalto BETHALTO — A paper drive for the Bethalto area will be conducted by Boy Scout Troop 103 Saturday, it was announced today. Besides picking the paper al houses, a special truck will accept paper at the old American Legion Barn, where the troop presently stores paper. Proceeds from the drive will go toward the purchase of new equipment, Scoutmaster Elmer Schoeneweis said. The troop is looking for a new storage site since the American Legion property was recently sold. Casting Awards Made at Roxana ROXANA —.Awards were made to high scorers at the meeting of Ihe Roxana Fly and Bait Casting Club in Roxana Park last week. Gary Sullivan was high with a 94 in the % ounce accuracy event in the adult division. Larry Crider was high in the intermediate division with a 94'and Randy Rader with a 62 toojt the Junior event. The club was represented in the Missouri Valley Casting tourna ment at January Wabash Park in Ferguson, Mo., Sunday. Attending were Carroll Slusher, Larry Crider, Jim Venable and Delton Floyd. To Attend College ROXANA — Miss Cheryl Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Nichols of Ninth St., Rosewood Heights, and a June graduate of the Wood River High School, has been accepted at William Woods College at Fulton, Mo., and will enroll . as a freshman in September. Cheryl formerly at:ended the Roxana High School. Eat 3 meals a day — lose 5-10-15 Ibs. Delightfully dellclous_SUm-Mlnt helps 'control appetite. Makes reducing eas- / rpr <.,r~/:j ler, more enjoyable, li2J!!fS;"«afM Safe. At Thrifty Drug. "Esw^^i^/rf SLIM-MINT GUM Roxann Girl to Be Camp Coutisetoi' ROXANA - Miss Mary Sparling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Herschel Sparling of 222 Roller Ave., ins been chosen as one of 26 Illinois State Normal University students to serve as counselor during the annual camp for handicapped children Aug. 10 to 24 at Camp Heffernan, Lake Bloomington. The camp is sponsored annually by the McLean County Chapter of Ihe Illinois Association for t h e Crippled, Inc. in cooperation with Illinois State Normal University. It is financed by contributions to the Easter Seals organization. Hoxniw Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Luketich and family of Wheat Ridge, Colo, a suburb of Denver, irrived Thursday and will spend wo weeks visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Luketich of 120 E. Fifth St. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schubert and son, Norman, of 322 Doerr Ave. spent the weekend visiting another son, Curtis Schubert, who s employed for Ihe summer by he Collins Radio Company at Marion, Iowa. ;. , ROME — Italian record companies refuse to allow the publication of the.title of songs played by a convicted murderer who cut ip his victims in their homes vhile:-listening to their record players. Fire Starts When Anto Hits Gas Pump EAST ALTON — A gas pump burst into flame, Monday at 9:22 a.m. after n motorist accidentally backed his car into the pump at Hie Jet Power Station on Main near Berkshire avenue. Lloyd King, manager of a service station across the street, nil to the pump and turned a fire extinguisher on the flames. East Alton firemen also used fire ex tinuguishers on the pump when they arrived. Duune HUBS, 54, 15 Dell Ave., East Alton, was the driver of the car which struck the pump. Ha was uninjured and his car did not catch fire. Firemen believe the pump caught fire when wires sparked as they were pulled loose In the col- isioti. The pump was destroyed jy the fire. TUESDAY, AtJOUSte, Bmikm* Hill Group Ai Church Crttttf* HUNKER HILL - Teff yotiflj people from tho Bunker Mill Congregational Church and two from Woodlnirn Congregational Church nrn attending church camp nl Merom, Ind., this week. They nrc: Nmicy, Cathy and Peggy Carnahan, Nnncy and Jennifer Cagle, pcnby Dana, Raullnc Fen- sternum, Knrnn Wheolor, Kayellrn Oldeiieltel and Margie Fahrenkrog from the local church, and Sieve Thycr and Alberta Hopper from the Woodbtirn Church. The Rev. William Fall-bank,' pastor of the local church, Is nlso al Mohmi Old at 40 50.60? Man, Get Wise! Pep Up Thousnnds are peppy tit 701 So,« you -M weak, low in energy, "old" at 40, 50 or 60, vruuivi iuvr *" *i"««B/t «•« •" —> — e i quit Warning it on age. If yon want to feel vounacr, try Ostrci.Tonic lablefci at once. 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