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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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Section 2 9*1 6 EVENING TELEGRAPH Cnmtc Spottt Established January 15, 1836, ALTON, ILL., TUESDAY, AtJGtfgT 13, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press, 4 More Burglaries In Macoupin Area CARLINVILLE - Four more burglaries In Macoupin County Were reported to Sheriff Russell Sexton during the weekend. They were at the Baldonl Garage; and Bud Johnson's City Service Station In Stauntbn; Crossroads Cafe on Rte. 66 near Mt. Olive; Con- oco Service Station In Shipman and Stamme's Implement Store Jersey Club Hears Phone Co. Manager JERSEYVILLE - William Green, commercial manager for the General Telephone Co. of Illinois, was speaker ul the Jerscy- vlllc Rotary Club meeting Monday. Green showed a film explaining the transition from the o 1 d system of operating telephones to the new direct, distance dialing which will go inlo effecl here Ihe morning of Sept. 8. During the showing of the film and his talk at conclusion of the picture, Green elaborated on some of the topics and explained in detail the operating of the new dial phones. He lold of the growth of the diaJ system of telephone communication throughout t h e Uniled Slates and Canada. Green indicated thai there will be a continued effort to reduce the present load on rural telephone lines. He stated that when he first came to Jerseyville that some rural lines were handling as many as 16 patrons. He explained that there are still some party lines in the area with as many as 10, but the over all average is approximately 8 and the program will tend to reduce this to 4. Tells Rotary About Scout Camp Session The six weeks camping session at Camp Warren Levis was described to members of Alton Rotary Monday night during a meet- Ing at the camp. Edwin K. Cunningham, executive of the Boy Scouts Piasa Bird Council, said 624 Scouts from 44 troops allended the camp. He said the campers and their 57 adult leaders participated in water sports, including swimming, boating and canoeing as well as in Scoutcraft activities where knot tying, axemanship, and pioneering were taught. In field sports, the boys competed in archery, rifle, and moskeet ranges, Cunningham said. There were 212 merit badges awarded and worked on and 200 was partially completed, the Scout executive said. "More than 200 boys completed a mile swim. Four Scouts achieved the honor camper award, which is given for outstanding accomplishments in each of (he area, plus service rendered to the camp," he said. "It is impossible to operate a camp and come out ahead on the $18-per-boy fee. Consequently, there was a loss of $3,000 in the operalions of the camp." The Rotarians had been invited to the camp for a swim and a dinner for their regular meeting. t s Worden Boy Injured in Auto Crash BETHALTO - An 11-year-old Worden boy suffered a fractured collar bone In an auto accident at the Intersection of Rtes, 140 and 111 Monday morning. David Dubrce, son of Mr, and Mrs, Wilbur Dubree, incurred the injury when the car his'.father was driving skidded on the wet pavement and struck a signal, light standard, Mrs, Dubree said; • Mrs. Dubree said they had stopped for the red light on Rte, 140 and as the light changed her husband started the vehicle, but it skidded on the wet highway and then into the signal light. David was treated at Alton Memorial Hospital and then released but upon examination by the fam ily physician was taken'to Stsun ton. Hospital where he will stay lor two days. Four persons were In the auto at the time of the accident, David was the only one Injured, New England Indians, Falel mm in Ppw«Waw TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - The peace pipe is^lowlng today to\ the first pow-wow between the Pelawaro Indians and the New Jersey pile faces in it leant J60 year?. In Dorchester. Last week the Foreman Restaurant In Shipman was burglarized, money was stolen from the Shipman Laundrnmat, owned by Bud Erwln, and the Chesterfield State Mank and Downs Cafe in Chesterfield were visited by thieves. Sheriff Sexton said the Baldonl Garage was entered by breaking .he glass from a south door. The ool Included a television, $50 to $GO from a cigarette machine and 5104.60 in change from a desk drawer. Entry at the Crossroads Cafe was made by culling and break- ng a screen and window pane out of the south window. Authorities reported a small amounl of money was slolen from a juke I)OX. Bud Johnson's Service Slallon was entered by breaking a window on Ihc south side of I h e building. An undetermined amounl of money was reported taken from a cigarette machine adn $25 in change from the cash register. At Slumme's Implement store in Dorchester an undetermined amounl of money was reported stolen from a safe which was letf unlocked. Apparently the burglars did not know the safe was unlocked and an attempt was made to pry il open. Approximately $28 was stolen from a cash register in the Conoco Station, according lo Chief Depu- ly Sheriff Richard Zarr who in- vesligaled. Illinois Fair Program Listed For Wednesday SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)—Illinois State Fair program for Wednesday, Republican Day: % A.M. Goat milking contest, goat pavilion. 8 a.m. Judging of Percheron liorses, Polled Herefords, Short- iiorns, Guernseys and milking Shorthorns, coliseum; Oxford sheep, sheep pavilion; Yorkshire and Tamworth swine, swine pavilion; boys slate horseshoe pitching tournament. 8:30 a.m. Light horse judging, coliseum. 9 a.m. High school band con tesl, agricultural tent. 10:30 a.m. Stamp show, Illinois building. 11:30 a.m. Republican Day program, grandstand. 1 p.m. Shropshire sheep judg ing, sheep pavilion. 1:30 p.m. High school band con test. 2:30 p.m. Harness races, grandstand. 6 p.m. Goat milking contest. 6:30 p.m. Draft horse judging, ;oliseum; holiday on ice, grandstand. 7 p.m. Society horse show, coliseum. 8:30 p.m. Holiday on ice. JUNIOR DEPARTMENT 6:30 a.m. Milking derby, milking parlor. 8 a. m. Judging of purebred swine, dairy cattle, arena. 9 a.m. 4-H public speaking contest, 10 a.m. Farm shop demonstration, exhibit tent, 1:30 p.m. Flower parade, auditorium. 2:45 p.m. Clothing revenue, auditorium. 6:30 p.m. Milking derby. 7:30 p.m, 4-H share-the-fun fesl- ival, audilorium. Black Angus Wins State Steer Title SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP) "Too much," a 905-pound black Angus shown by diminutive Pris- clllu Wilson, 16, of rtirnl Cham- pnign, has walked off with the grand chnmpior steer title at the 19(53 Illinois State Fnir. Priscilla guided her animal through stiff competition against steers of all breeds Monday he- fore emerging with Ihe coveted prize. "I was hoping to win but I was sure scared," Priscilla sold after the judge selected "Too Much" as the top steer from an original field of some 400. Although she weighs only RO pounds and stands 4 feet, 10 inches, Priscilla had no difficulty keeping "Too Much" in lino foi photographers and for a trophy presentation by*' Gov. Otto Kor nor, Priscilla is the- daughter of Mr and Mrs. Paul Wilson, who have a GOO-acre farm. Reserve grand champion honor went to "T.J. Baron," a 900-pound Hereford steer shown by J.J. Le menager, 18,«son of Mr. and Mrs Irving Lemcrmgor, Ashkum. Roberta Hiltabrand, 16, of Ot tavva, had the champion short horn with her 820-pound "Monl tor's Last Chance." Mayors and oilier city official.' from 25 central Illinois communi ties were scheduled lo atlend the fair today, designated Central II linois Day. In other farm events, Ron Per isho, 14, of Hanna City, was judged top sheep shearer in the junior department contest. Second place went lo George Worlhing- ton, 17, of Pontiac. Grand champion red poll wai an entry of Mr. and Mrs. Waltei Frederking, Nashville, 111. Reserve grand champion honori were won by C.O. McKee anc sons of Washburn. Heavy rains senl fairgoers scurrying for cover Monday anc cul sharply the crowd's size. The harness racing program slated [or Monday was postponed unti today. Fairgoers jammed into the II linois Building for Ladies Day ceremonies. Mrs. Helena Kerner, the governor's . wife, served as ofticia hostess. The governor's 78-year old mother, Mrs. Olio Kerner Sr. Oak Park; his sister, Mrs. Edwin Carter, River Forest, and wives of ollie slale officials were guests during the program. The'Ladies Day queen title was awarded to Mrs. James Sullivan, Springfield. Firemen Plan For Homecoming At Bethalto BETHALTO — Bethallo Volunteer Firemen Monday night to completed plans for their annual homecoming which will be held from Aug. 31 through Sept. 2. Fire Chief William Ringering said all committees have completed their tasks and all that is left lo do is sel up the grounds for Hie various concessions, rides, and displays. The homecoming is held annually in the park in the center of town. JERSEYVILLE - The 1948 radualing class of the Jersey Township High School held Its 15th 'ear reunion here Sunday at the WooseHall. Dinner was served at o'clock followed by a brief bus- ness meeting and a social hour and dancing followed, Wayne Arnold was toastmasler for an informal program. Letters were read from Mrs. Irene Cuel- tar Gill, Dover, Dcla.; Clarence Eloner, Atlanta, Ga., and Mrs. Rita Miller Pape, Affton, Mo. The group Voted to hold another reunion in five years and the fol- owing committee was named to make arrangements for the event: Mrs. William Gettlngs Jr., chairman, Tom Feyerabend, Mrs. Marvin Ford, Mrs. Joseph French, Barry Ritter, and Jerry Zimmerman. Gifts were"" awarded to Jim Jersey Class Has Reunion Prough, Marshfltld, Wis., who traveled the greatest distance; Marvin Isringhausen for making the first reservation; Barry Ritter for having the most children numbering seven. No member of the class has died since their graduation but a silent tribute was was given to three classmates whose, death occurred while they were in high school. They wore Everett Wade, Bill Jennings and Edware Schell. Class sponsors In attendance were Mrs. Irma Stith Allen and Miss Dorothy Bandy". • Present for the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Isringhausen Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ashlock, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wirttmersberg, Mr. and Mrs. Barry Ritter, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Meuth, Mr. and Mrs. John Pille, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ford (Mary Lou Powers), Mr. and Mrs. Bob Steckol (Helen Beiermann), Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Ringhausen, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Feyerabend and Miss Eugenia Arger of Jerseyville; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Arnold, Mr and Mrs. James Lyles, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson (Lucy Stafford), Godfrey; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kessinger, McClusky; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ceilings, Eldred; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Coates (Anna Marie Br-ummeicr), Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Higgins, Bunker Hill; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Meyer (Doris Parstill), Carbondale; Mi. and Mrs. Maurinc Burger (Doloros Cabalck)), Allon; Mr. and Mrs. George Lorlon, Mr. and Mrs. William Gettinfs Jr. (Doris June Tucker), Hardin; Mr. and Mrs. Lew Hizer (Gerry Parker), St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. James Prough,, Marshfield, Wis.; Mr. Seek Woman Suspect In Train Robbery LONDON (API—Police officials today purstifd |jps (hat a woman was involved in Britain's great (ruin robbery. Fifteen or morn masked mon stopped Ihc Glasgow-London mail tnin parly Thursday with a fake signal and niarlr off with registered mail bags containing more thnn $7 million worth of Brili«h papor currency. Govcrnors^CoiiffM'ence Planned in Japan TOKYO (API - American and Japanese governors will meet in Tokyo Ocl. 14-18 lo discuss ways lo promote cultural and trade lies between their countries. Complete Test Borings For Shipman Water Well SHIPMAN — The Hayne-Wesl- ern Co. of Kirkvvood, Mo., has completed a lost drilling program for the Shipman water system. Test borings on the Bernard Rood farm showed a stable structure in the valley bed and nn abundance of gravel clay mixture to build a clam. Borings on the Kenneth Kulcn- kamp farm were also made but the test did not show a sufficient and Mrs. Leland Welch (Helm McAdams), WalRorlon, Ind. Women's Society The Bothalto Women's Society of Christian Service will meet at 9:'15 a.m. Thursday at the church for business meeting and discus- capacity for n water well. Wallace Backus, village engineer, recommended that the village construct, n surface water reservoir on the Reed property. Plans are being completed nt this lime and will be submitted to the Housing and Home Finance Agency for approval. ^6iii^5pof Man,GetWise!PepOp S^fW uJET™" Jr.btosrii7op. Also for lle&mty <1»" to rundown body I Ucfc of Iron, the "bclow-paf" ^«"?« V™. "4«l KUALA LUMPUR — Foreign suppliers are having problems finding suitable retail outlels in Malaya. Tow Rope Breaks, Hurts Man at Marquette Park JERSEYVILLE - Dennis Caruso of Venice, III., was injured Sunday evening while trying to fmlln car out of a ditch in Pere Marquette Park. The nylon rope lie was using brake and the hook on the end of it struck him on the head. He was brought ,to the Jersey Community Hospital for treatment. David Meisil, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ; Meisil of St. Louis was brought to Jersey Community Hospital for treatment at 3:40 p.m. Saturday. He dived off of the side of a swimming pool and ran Into a ladder, Kevin Sams, 7, son of Mr, and Mrs, Clarence Sams of Jerseyville, ran into a garage door Sunday evening and cut the bridge of his nose. He was taken to the Hospital for treatment. Paul Guthrie, 8, son ol Mr. and Mrs, Paul Guthrie Sr,, of Jersey- ville, stepped on a broken bottle Saturday afternoon and lacerated his right foot. 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