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ALTON EVENING Obituaries Bench Mrs. Opal.Beftch, mother of Mrs. Paul 3. Groff, 2714 Walnut St., died at 11:40 p.m. Tuesday in Villa Terrace Convalescent Home. She had been in falling health for four years and entered the nursing home in 1960. Before coming to Alton four years ago. to be with her daughter, Mrs. Bench had lived at Galena, where she was born June 10, 1892. Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hensley. She was married at Rockford to LeRoy Robert Bench. Her husband died 10 years ago. Mrs. Bench was a member ol First Presbyterian Church, and Order of Eastern Star at Galena Surviving' in addition to her daughter, Mrs. Groff, are three brothers, Clyde, Crocker, Mo., Ira, East St. Louis, and Loydj Collins- vllle, and four sisters, Mrs. Ora Friesel and Mrs. Kay Runde, Galena; Mrs. Ethel Root, Collins vllle, and Mrs. Edith Frame Miami, Fla. The body has been moved from Smith Funeral Home, Alton, to Nash Funeral Home, Galena, foi services Saturday at 2 p.m. Visiting hours at Nash Funeral Home will be after 2 p.m. Friday. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Galena. Sawyer CARROLLTON — Mrs. Martha Jane Varble Sawyer, a former resident of Carrollton, died Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in a hospital at Boise, Idaho. She had been in ill health for two years and her mother, Mrs. Mildren Z. Varble of Carrollton, had been in Boise for six months attending her. The former Martha Jane Varble, she was born in Carrollton. Following her marriage to Everett Sawyer she moved with her husband to Boise. She had been active in work of the Baptist Church while in Carrollton, and later at Boise. Survivors beside her husband and mother are a daughter, Mrs. Melody June Schrevick, and a son, Thomas, Boise; a brother, Harold, Macon, Ga., and three sisters, Mrs. Kathleen Dodson, Carrollton, and Eileen and Violet Varble, Macon, Ga. Funeral' rites will be held at Boise, probably Thursday or Friday. Pantages Funeral services for Mrs. Ada Pantages, 94, who made her home for several years with a daughter, Mrs. John Kodros, 2326 Edwards St., were held Tuesday at Vancouver, British Columbia. Mrs. Pantages, a native of Greece, left Alton some four or five years ago to make her home in Vancouver where five sons live. Alton survivors beside her daughter, Mrs. Kodros, are seven grandchildren, 13 great- grandchildren, and one great- great-grandchild. Mrs. Kodros left by plane Sunday to attend the funeral. M. Davis Millard Davis, father of Mrs. Roy Bourland of 334 E. Lorena Ave., Wood River, died Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Morristown, Tenn., according to word received from Mrs. Bourland, who has been in Morristown since Friday. Survivors beside Mrs. Bourland are three sons and two other daughters. His wife, Betty, died previously. The body is al Brooks Funeral Home, Morristown, pending fun eral arrangements. Dr. Davis CARLINV1LLE - Dr. J. H. Davis, 90, died at 7 a.m. Tuesday at his home in Carlinville. He had been in failing health foi several years and seriously il the last week. Following cremation, memoria services will be held at a later date in charge of Heinz Funera Home. There will be no calling at the funeral home. Mr. Davis was born Nov. 11 1872 near Atwater, a son of Jamcf Finley and Laura Morrison Davis He attended Atwater schools am at the age of 14 years went t Eureka Academy. After attend jng the University of Michiga he was graduated from North WE JNVITU COMPARISON We Arc Proud of our • ESTABLISHMENT • FACILITIES • SERVICE f MOPEKATE COSTS Cuntiully locttted at HENRY 8. SIXTH ST. HO 2-V296 western University School of Med- cine In 1897. He served his in- :enfship at Chicago Lying-in Hos- aital. Two years later he went to he Colorado Fuel and iron Hospital and then went abroad and studied children's diseases in London and Vienna, Austria. In 1903 he came to Carlinville vhere he practiced for over 50 vears. During this time he left larlinville for 13 years when he served as assistant medical direc- or for the international Life Insurance Co. of St. Louis, Inter- Southern Insurance Co. of Louis- ille, Ky. and later as medical director of the American National Insurance Co. of Gulveston, Texas. Dr. Davis was awarded a 50- year pin in 1947 by the Illinois Slate Medical Society. He also was a member of the American vledical Assn. He was a 50-year member of the Masons and during World War II served as medical examiner for the MacouJ)in County Selective Service Board. He retired in 1957 because of 11 health. Surviving are his widow, t h e former Olive Wilson; one son, Wilson, of El Paso, Texas; one daughter, Miss Betty, at home; one grandson, James Davis, a student at Washington University, !t. Louis. Rites Conducted Wisconsin Lutherans Break with Conference For Rev. Boyd CARROLLTON — Funeral serv- ces for the Rev. Charles Boyd, ormer pastor of the Methodist Church here, were held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. in the Methodist Jhurch here, were held Tuesday t 2:30 p.m. in the Methodist Church. The Rev. Russell Couler, superintendent of .the Jack- onville Methodist District, offici- ted assisted by Dr. Charles B. Wagner of the Evenglo Lodge at 'ontiac and the Rev. Darwin Rolens, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Pallbearers, all members o f lie Carrollton Lodge No. 50 A.F. and A.M..C were Eddie Camerer, Otis Gerxon, Henry Brooks, Fred Imshousen, George Price and Carrollton City Cemetery. / Christoe Burial in Upper Alton Cemetery Following services Tuesday in dorrow-Quinn Mortuary the body f Mrs. Katherine R. Christoe, vife of Harry Christoe, 1214 Washington Ave., was taken to Upper Alton Cemetery for interment. The Rev. Henry Moore, pastor if College Avenue Presbyterian Church, officiated at rites at the mortuary at 2 p.m. and at the lemetery. Pallbearers were Ross and ames Milford, Ralph Byron, Ben 0. Moore, Harry Soldner and Sam Smith. News of Stocks Irregular Sales Shown NEW YORK (API-Recovering somewhat from early losses, the stock market displayed an irregular pattern In moderate trading late this afternoon. Volume for the clay was esti- nnted at 4.1 million shares com- jared with 4.45 million Tuesday. Gains and losses of most key stocks went from fractions to a joint or so. Mild improvement followed adoption by the House Ways and Means Committee of proposals for drop in individual income tax rates. The market started the day with some discouragement due to Ihe stalemate over the railway abor dispute which could lead to [i strike Aug. 29. Parke, Davis moved to a net rise of nearly a point. Smith- Douglas erased most of an early 5-point loss and showed a nel cline of a point or so. IBM moved up more than 3. Sears Roebuck was up about 2 v h i i e Goodrich, Westinghouse Electric, Richfield Oil and Merck vere up around a point each. Gains of close to 2 were made )y Revlon and Paramount while Disney was ahead more than a point. High Voltage Engineering and Litton Industries were active and up nearly a point each. Illinois Central was off more nan a point. Oilier leading car- iers showed fractional losses. Chrysler was among fractional osers. Prices were irregular on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate and U.S. government bonds were mixed. J. War gel Rites Held Tuesday Funeral services were held i'uesday at Equality for the four- ear-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wargel of 1110 E. 6th St., who vas fatally injured Saturday when struck by an automobile while vis- ting his grandmother at Muddy, 11. The boy, John Jr., suffered a lead injury and died enroute to a hospital at Equality, Alton rela ives were informed. John Jr., was one of five children of Mr. and Mrs. Wargel. The other children are Cindy, 5, Jeffrey, 3, Mark, 1, and Cheri, months old. John Jr. .nicknamed, Bubby was born at Eldorado, Nov. 22 1958, and would have been five lis next birthday. He was scheduled to start in kindergarten at St. Patrick's School in September. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111 (AP) — (USDA) — Hogs 9,500; barrows and gilts 15 to 35 lower barrows and gilts 190-250 Ib 17.25 18.00; sows 275-625 Ib 12.50-16.50 Cattle 2,500; calves 300; gooc choice steers 22.50-25.00; good and choice mixed steers and hcif ers 22.00-24.00; utility cows 14.50 16.50; utility to good bulls 16.50 18.75; vealers about steady gooc and choice 25.00-30.00. Sheep 1.000; steady to strong good and choice lambs 19.00 21.00; choice and prime 21.00-50 cull to good ewes 4.50-5.50. ALTON OPAL BENCH Services 2 p.m. Saturday Galena, Illinois MILWAUKEE (API - The last formal links between the 350,000- member Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod and the nation's other major Lutheran groups were broken Tuesday when the synod voted to withdraw from the Lutheran Synodica! Conference, a federation of conservative Lutheran groups. Delegates to the Wisconsin Syn od's biennial conference voted 138 to 28 in adopting a resolution to withdraw "In solemn protest against the departure ot the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod from the historical doctrinal position of the conference." The Wisconsin Synods contends the Missouri Synod has violated scriptural principles by cooperat- News of Grains Prices Go Unchanged CHICAGO (AP) - Profit cashing stalled on early bulge in the rain futures market today and )rices generally showed litlle hange for previous closes in the tarly afternoon on the Board of 'rade. Wheat was down major frac- ions in spots but all other con- racts were only minor fractions ip or down in mixed and quiet dealings. Car-lot receipts today ere estimated at: wheat 11 cars, corn 76, >ats 6, rye none, barley 9, soy- jeans 6. CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat No 2 'ellow hard (tough) 1.94%. Corn lo 5 yellow 1.27%. Oats No 1 eavy while 6814,; No 2 extra vhite 6814; No 1 extra heavy 7iixed 68. Soybeans No 1 yellow .63; No 2 yellow 2.63. Soybean oil S14n. CHICAGO (AP) Sep Dec Mai- May Jul 1964 Sep Corn Sep Dec Mai- May Jul Oats Prev. High Low Close close 1.80% 1.87% 1.79% 1.80 1.85% 1.84% 1.84% 1.85% 1.89 1.87% 1.88 1.881/2 1.83% 1.82& 1.82i/ 2 1.83 1.5614 1.54y 2 1.54% 1.55 1.58 1.56Mi 1.56% 1.56% 1.2414 1.231s 1.23',i 1.23% 1.1314 1.12% 1.1214 1.12% 1.16% 1.1514 1.1514 1.15% l.lSli 1.1714 1.17V*. 1.17% .19'/ a LlD'/s 1.20 64 67 li 69 631i 631i 66% 66% 681i 681'a 6814 6814 63% 68% Dec Mai- May Rye Sep Dec Mai- May Jul 1.29% Soybeans Aug 2.59% 2.56% 2.56% 2.58 Sep 2.56 2.53% 2.53% 2.54% Nov 2.54 2.51% 2.52 2.52 '/a Jan 2.57% 2.5514 2.5514 2.56 Mar 2.601k 2.58 2.5S 2.58% May 2.62% 2.6014 2.60% 2.60% Jul 2.631s 2.6114 2.61% 2.61% 1.27 1.2514 1.2514 1.26Va 1.30% 1.281/a 1.28% 1.29% 1.3314 1.31% 1.31% 1.32% 1.32 1.301'i 1.30!a 1.3114 7'/2 1.27i/ 2 1.29% Produce Prices Al St. Louis St. Louis (AP)—Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A large 34-35, A medium 26-27, A small 16-18, B large 27-28, wholesale grades, standard 27-28, un- c a s s i f i e d farm run 231a-25, checks 18-21. Hens, heavy 12-13, light over 5 Ibs 8-9, under 5 Ibs 7-8, commercial broilers and fryers ing with other Lutherans with whom they were nol in doclrinal agreement. GOP In Spotlight At Fair SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-Re- publicons trolled out their big names for the first day of the Illinois State Fair political festivities today and struck first blows against Democratic rivals, who will reply Thursday. Kansas Gov. John Anderson Jr. was the featured out-of-state GOP speaker to add luster to Hie program at the grandstand. State Treasurer William J. Scott renewed his charges that :ov. Otlo Kerner added 1,211 persons to stale payrolls, in June. Scott, in a prepared speech, said the fiscal solvency of Illinois will be the basic issue of the 1964 campaign, "We Republicans must arouse the people of this state to the need for economy," he said. "A Republican governor can and will reduce payrolls and reduce spending—just as a Republican state treasurer has done in keep- ng with his campaign pledge. "It is not easy to cut payrolls. Bui it can be done—and it must se done if we are to preserve the financial integrity of the State of Illinois." Kerner and Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago will lead Democrats lo Ihe Governor's Day show Thursday. II will mark Kerner's 55th birthday. A motorcade from downtown Springfield was to open the Republican Day schedule, including an hour-long speaking program. All of the announced candidates for slate office nominations were invited to sit on Ihe speaker's platform. Seeking the GOP nomination for ;overnor besides Secretary of State Charles F. Carpenlier, Hayes Robertson of Flossmoor, and Lar Daly of Chicago, I: Charles H. Percy of Kenilworth, who arrived a day in advance. Percy told a Tuesday news conference thai Kerner should lake a "little more action on pressing states problems," such as ap pointing members of a commission to redistrict the Illinois House. Other candidates with places on Ihe plalform included U.S. Rep. Elmer Hoffman of Whealon and Slate Sen. John Meyer of Danville. Hoffman has announced he will run for secretary of state and Meyer also is expected to seek the post. Prices on 16 Mutual Funds Following is a list of 16 mutual investment fund stock quolations provided to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook Co. through its Alton office. These stocks are selected on the basis of their sales and ownership in the area. The quotations are yesterday's closing. Issue. Bid. Asked. Affil, Fund 8.24 8.91 Broad St 14.36 15.52 Bullock 13.54 14.84 Capit. Shrs 11.41 12.51 Divid Shrs 3.46 3.80 Fid. Cap 9.01 9.80 Fid. Fund 16.51 17.85 Fid. Tr 14,99 16.29 Fund Inv 10.00 10.96 Keystone K-2 .... 5.27 5.76 Keystone S-4 .... 4.21 4.61 Mass. Tr 15.13 16.54 Mass. Grth 8.36 9.14 Nation W. Sec. .. 22.78 24.64 Nat. Inves 15.53 16.79 Tevev. El 7.47 8.14 STREEPER FUNERAL HOME IflSO WASHINGTON 12 Selected Slocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook &. Co., from its Alton office. (The New York Exchange closes a 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 123%, Gen. Motors 71% Granite City Steel 27%, Olu Mathieson Chem. 42 1 ,s, Owens Illinois 81, Shell Oil 45»,fc, Sinclair QU 45%, Socony 6994, Standard Oil Und.) 65, Standard Oil (NJ) 70%, U. S. Steel 48!4, Sears 92%. $833,431 Budget For District 15 WOOD RIVER — A proposed budget of £833.431 was given its 'irst reading Tuesday ntglit at a meeting of District 15 Board of Education. The budget is $118,Parole Board Plans Talk With Miller CHICAGO (AP) — The Illinois Parole and Pardon Board will meet face-to-face with Lloyd E. Miller Jr.-before recommending whether he should die in the electric chair next week. Miller is scheduled to die in nine days for the 1955 rape-slaying of Janice May, 8, in Canton. Tuesday, lawyers for Miller and the state fought a wordy, daylong battle before the parole board over whether Miller, 37, shall keep his Aug. 23 date with the electric chair in Joliet's State- ville Penitentiary. After the heated meeting — the second nine-hour session in a row —the seven board members announced they would Interview Miller in Stateville before presenting their recommendations to Gov. Otto Kerner. They set no date for Ihe interview. George N. Leighton, attorney for the condemned man, told the board Miller is innocent. Representatives of the state argued that nothing has been learned since Miller's 1956 trial to cast any doubt on the verdict of guilty. Leighton based his plea for Miller on what he said was evidence that Miller was in his room 2 minutes before police reported the girl was found dying, and therefore could not have slain Janice May. The attorney said Mrs. Alice Baxter, Miller's landlady in Canton, had testified she saw Miller in her house at 4 p.m. "This man," Leighton said, "couldn't possibly have committed this crime, which occurred after 4 o'clock." Roger W. Hayes, special prosecutor at Miller's trial in 1956. told the board the clemency bid was a "big publicity campaign" and that the "chief purpose is to further abolition of capital pun- :shment." Furthermore, he saidi "Mrs. Baxter never saw Miller at 4 o'clock." James Christensen, superintendent of the Illinois Bureau of Criminal Investigation at the time, testified that Miller admitted the killing to him three days after the girl's death. Leighton's heated questioning of Christensen ended in a three- cornered shouting match with counsel for the state objecting that Leighton was "badgering a fine, upstanding law enforcement officer." Oral C. Kost, state's attorney of Fulton County, told the board he was sure they would not accept Mrs. Baxter's alibi for Miller. He said nothing of substance had appeared in the two-day board hearing which had not appeared in the 1956 trial. Gives 101-Year Old Document To SIU Library CARBONDALE, 111 — An original announcement of the opening of classes at Carbonclale College in 18G2 was presented to SIU's Morris Library Friday by Philip D. Sang of River Forest, noted aook and art collector, and Mrs. Sang. Carbonclale College is a predecessor of Southern Illinois University. Sang, here to receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters de- ;ree at the University's summer commencement exercises, brought with him the 101-year-old announcement — a treasured souvenir of Southern's "ancestry" which he presented, to Ralph E. McCoy, director of University libraries, at a luncheon in the University Center. The luncheon was given by the Slater Company, of which Mi- Sang is a director and which operates the University Center cafo- teria on contract..A'number ol representatives of the company and several members of the Sang family accompanied Mr. and Mrs Sang. Carbondale College was chartered in 1856, under Presbyterian control, but was sold in 1866 to the Christian Church. By 1868, the college had an enrollment of more than 300 students and offered a diversified curriculum with emphasis on teacher training. This college was included as part of Carbondale's offer to the state of mortey and. lands as an inducement to locate Southern Illinois Normal University here, and the school's principal, a Mr. Braden, assumed that the.college would become the new slate normal. The college even assumed the name "Southern Illinois Normal." But when S1NU was founded in 1869, another site south of town was chosen for the new school. The Southern Illinois College property reverted to the city of Carbondale and became the Lincoln elementary and junior high school. 756 higher than last year. 'The increase is due to salaries, new construction and bonds and interests. The proposed budget for teachers' salaries was increased $34,000. Administrative salaries were raised $10,000. Part ot the salary Increase was to enable the board to hire a district curriculum coordinator, a ian and new personnel. The proposed building fund budget totals $78,000, a $28,000 increase over last year due to new construction. Increases in the bond and interest fund totals $37,756.25. The proposed bond and Interest* total is $108,431.25 as compared with last year's total of $70,675. The board approved a low- bid ot $5,239.50 from the Be thalto Painting and Decorating Co. for painting the Interior walls of Lincoln, Washington and Wilson Schools. Other bids were: Calvert; East Alton, $8,125; Wood RtVer Painting Co. $7,474; and Curt Robertson, $6,356. A school board "policy manual" formerly referred to as the teachers handbook" was adopted by the board. The book is an uptodate set of rules and regu- ations governing d i s t r i c t schools. The building committee was requested to investigate the possibility of filling-in and grating the excavation left after the Wood River School building wai •azcd. The new annex and the old school building at Wood Rivei is to be known as the Lewis and Clark School with the new annex as the intermediate sphoo and the old section as the juniot high. The Illinois State Singing Con vention was authorized to use the Woodrow Wilson Schoo auditorium at Hartford Sept. 14 and 15. Man Pursued By Police Is Charged Thomas G. Chapman, 34, Rte. 1 Bunker Hill, during a preliminary learing before Police Magistrate 3eorge Roberts today pleaded in nocent to: driving while under th influence of alcohol, resisting ai rest, and a traffic violation. He was arrested at 7:20 p.m Monday by Sgt. Walter Conrad who pursued Chapman's vehicle t the 200 block of Marshall Street. Chapman, according to police was sighted speeding norm in th 1300 block of Belle Street. He wa pursued to 12th, where he turne west to McGual and then lurnei onto Marshall. •After posting $600 bond thi morning, $200 for each of the thre counts, Chapman was released an his trial was set for later i August. Aims Hammer at Wasp, But Hits Friend in Head A four-year-old Alton boy wa liit on the side of the head by hammer Tuesday afternoon whe a friend threw the hammer at wasp — and missed. Michael Medhurst, 4, son of Hi and Mrs. Maurice Medhurst, 505 Terry Drive had three stilc.he taken in his head at Alton MP morial Hospital. Lutheran Pastor Resigns at Worden WORDEN - The Rev. W. L Stellwagen who has been pasto of Trinity Lutheran Church her since 1952, preached iiis farewe sermon Sunday morning. Rev. Stellwagen has accepted call to Zion Lutheran Church i Beecher, 111. He will assume hi duties at Beecher on Aug. 25. The Beecher church has 63 communicant members, 835 bap lized members and operates parochial school of 200 students. A reception was given for th Stellwagen family Sunday morn ing following the services. Under Rev, Stellwagen's pas torate here, the church has grow considerably and many improy ments have been made to th church. Rev. Albert Weber of Carpente will conduct services here Sun day. Roxann Unit Employes 18 New Grade Teachers ";s\Ssp5«: ions 'h** th« Fir*' Monday ,m.a«p.. ROXANA — Eighteen new ele- icntary school teachers have >en empldyed by the Roxana ommunlty Unit School District Mrs. Hazel Brown will teach indergarteii at the Rosewood chool. Mrs. Brown attended col- ige nt Fairmont, W. Va., Shurt- iff College and Southern Illinois niversity in Alton where she fe- eiVed her degree in June 1962. ho taught previously in the Alon School District. Miss Litidn Shipley will tench ourtli grade nt the Rosewood chool. She hns a degree from outhern Illinois University at :arbondale. She attended h i g li chool at Centra I la. Mrs. Joan Axtel has been cm- loyed as a fifth grade teacher t Rosewood School. Mrs. Axtel ecelved her BA degree from the Jniversity of Texas and her MA egree from Sal Rosa State Col ege at Alpine, Tex. She has at ended school ot Southern Illinois Jniversity and St. Louis Unlver- ity since obtaining her MA de- ree. Her teaching experience In hides teaching al Collinsvllle nd Muryvillc Schools. Robert Goodhart will teach ixth grade at Rosewood School. He received his BA degree from 'exas Lulhern College in 1962. ioodhart attended high school at loxana. Mrs. Patricia Fecho will teacl ifth grade at Rosewood. She re- eived her degree from Southern llinois University. Mrs. Fecho .as previously taught in Roxant chools. Mrs. Bonita Mosby has beet 'inployed to teach special class n the Roxana School District Vlrs. Mosby received her degree Aug. 9 from Southern Illinois Uni ersity. She is a graduate of Al on High School. Mrs., Fawntreba Pyrtle wil each second grade at Rosewooc ichool. Mrs. Pyrtle graduated Roxana Girls' Posters Win State Contest ROXANA — Two grade schoo students were winners in a state vide poster contest held in con nection with alcohol studies a Burbank School, Mrs. Robtrt ^Jessl, county visual education di rector has announced. Sponsored by the Illinois Wo men's Christian Temperance Un ion, the state contest was pre ceded by county contests. Pamela Badman,. daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hale Badma of 209 Elm St., Roxana, was first prize winner in the Grad 6, 7, 8, division. She was aware ed $7. Malissa Bean was secon prize winner in the Grade 4 an 5 division. The daughter of Mi and Mrs. Joe F. Bean of 418 Ma pie St., Roxana, she was award ed ?3. Man Burned When Gasoline Explodes WOOD RIVER — An Alton ma: >vas burned Tuesday night at th home of a friend in Bethalto whe the. gasoline he was pouring int his car's gas lank exploded. Charles Wells, 20, 611 Slowe St., Alton, was treated and released from Wood River Townshi Hospital at 9:10 p.m. for burn of his left hand and right chest. Wood River WOM Plan for Bazaar WOOD RIVER' - Women the Moose made plans Tuesda night for their annual bazaa which will be held Oct. 20. Mrs John Decota and Mrs. Hele Helmkamt are bazaar chairmen Future events announced were membership committee card pa ty, Aug. 21 at 8 p.m.; publicil committee white elephant sale Sept. 10; and a cake walk, Sep 10 at 6:30,p.m. Construction Worker Injured in Fall WOOD RIVER A construi tion worker was injured Tuesda at 10:20 a.m. when he stumble and fell on an electric drill < D'Adrian Gardens, Godfrey. Elmer Malison, 47, Edward ville was treated and release from the Wood River Townshi Hospital for a laceration of h right arm. Number on Relief Rolls Dwindle at Wood River WOOD RIVER - The number of persons receiving general assistance from Wood River Township has dwindled considerably since a new office staff was appointed by Clyde Donham, newly- elected supervisor, it was reported today. In April the number on relief rolls was more than 100 and today less than half that number are receiving assistance, the township relief office reported. Reasons given for the dro were: ineligibllity, employmen acceptance by tlie .Illinois Publ Aid Commission and volunturil drop-outs after the supervisor ii stituted a work program for thoh on relief In the township. Five men, who previously n ceived general assistance Iron the township, are presently war. ing at Belk Park, Three me formerly engaged in the woi program have obtained jobs private industry. rom Southern Illinois University ug. 9. She received her high :hool education in Oklahoma. Miss Jacqueline Kny Hughson ill teach fourth grade at Cert* •al School. She graduated frottt outhern Illinois University In tine. Miss Hughson attended Alon schools. Miss Ethel Sargent has been Ired to teach in the Roxana Ele- lentary Schools. She has a BA egree from Southern Illinois Un- versity, Miss Sargenl laught at Vheellng, III., for two years. She s originally from Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Ann StaUffcr will return o the Roxana schools after hav- ig been granted a leave of ab- ence last January. She taught t the Brushy Grove School. Mrs. Dorothy Roberson will re- urn to the Roxana School System tier having been on leave of bscnce for one year, Mrs. Robrson Will leach at the Burbank chool. Mrs. Joann Harris will teach Irst grade at South Roxnna 'chool. She received her degree rom Southern'Illinois University, ilrs. Harris has also attenndcd t'lonmouth and McKendree Col- eges. She is a graduate of Ed- vurclsville High School. Mrs, larris previously taught at Be- halto and Collinsville. Mrs. Dolores Folkerts will teach irst grade at South Roxana School. She has had previous .caching experience in the East Alton School District. Mrs. Carmen Lucking is re- timing to South Roxana School after teaching at Bunker Hill for the past three years. Mrs. Luek- ng luts been assigned to teach iifth grade. Vocnl Teachers Miss Judy Finley has been em- )loyed to teach vocal music in he elementary schools. Miss Finey received her MA degree from Southern Illinois University o n Aug. 9. She attended high school at Benton, 111. Miss Alma Fay Uchtman has also been employed lo teach vocal music in the elementary schools, She attended high school it Sleeleville, 111., and received ler degree in music education n June from Southern Illinois Un- versity. Mrs. Lois Keith lias been employed to teach art in the elemen- :ary schools. She attended high school in Michigan and received icr BA degree from Southern Illinois University in June. Larry Milazzo will teach physical education in the elementary schools. He received his degree from Southern Illinois University in June. Suffers Second Accident in Four Months dnte without Dated th.»J6,h da of n°\ . Administrator. Attest: DALE HILT, |j y " Attorney* Victor S. Mo»«l«- M — Aug. B 14 M-83 • 1 SEWER iMPROVGtoBNT Sealed proposals will be received nt the office of the City C f rk of the City of Alton, Illinois until 5 £•«•• COST, on September >yn 83 f of th* construction of the SOUtH SIDE-N TERCEPTOR SEWER IMPROVE- M The T 'proponed Improvement consists of the construction of the South Side interceptor Sower. sl } lel( L.",X5!; ley Channel improvements, Shields Valley Interceptor Sewer,.Cherry Street - Monument Avenue Interceptor Sower, together with the nocps- sary special structures, «nnn°J.?» and other appurtenances properly connected to provide for the interception of the "dry-wan her 1 'now in exIstlrtR sowers Presently discharging into the Mississippi River and carrying the Mine to • JH""S "3 station presently being saon under a separate contract. The proj ect Is divided Into four divisions, A. B C ami D. as described It) Instructions for Bidders. . , Instructions to bidders, form of proposals, plans, specifications ant form of contract may bo examined at the office of Slieppnrd, Morgan * Schwanb, Consulting Engineers, 25 Market Street, Alton, Illinois, nt he office of Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Consulting Engineers, 7BB South Grand West, Sprlnuflold, II Inols; or nt the office of the Alton Director of Public Works, Room 204, City llnll, Alton. Illinois. Copies may be obtained from the office of the Director of Public Works, Alton, Illinois, upon n deposit of $25.00 for a complete set Of plans and contract documents. Checks shall be made payable to M. 0. Elliott, City Treasurer, Alton, Illinois, The amount of the deposit for one sot of documents will be refunded to each party submitting n bid to the City for the Improvements described herein, upon return of the plans and documents In' good condition within ten days nfter the letting. Non-bidders returning the plans and contract documents within five (5) days after opening bids will bo refunded $10.00. A bid bond, cashier's check, or a certified check mude payable to the order of the City of Alton. Illinois In the amount of Ten Per Cent (10%) of the gross amount of the bid, must be deposited by each bidder with his bid as guarantee that In case the contract Is awarded to him, he will, within ten (10) days thereafter, upon receipt of written notice of award, execute such contract and furnish a satisfactory contract bond. Upon failure to do so, he shall forfeit the deposit not ns n penalty, but as liquidated damages, and acceptance of the bid will bo contingent upon the fulfillment of this requirement by the bidder. The checks or bid bonds of all excepting the three (3) lowest formal bidders will be returned within ten (10) days after the opening of bids, and the remaining checks or bid bonds will be returned within three (3) days from the date on which the executed contract and the required bond have been finally approved by the City of Alton. The successful bidder will be required to pay to all laborers, workmen and mechanics performing work under this contract, not less than the current prevailing rate of wages as has been determined by the Wage Determination decision of the Secretary of Labor, which Is on file in the City Clerk's office. All proposals must be mode on forms furnished by the Engineer. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a contract bond satisfactory to the City Council In the amount of the Contract. The City Council reserves the right to waive or not to waive any Irregularities In the bids and to reject any or all bids and to determine which Is the lowest and best bid for the Improvements. , - • • >• By Order of the City Council of the City of Alton, Illinois. P. W. DAY, Mayor of the City of Alton, Illinois. A three-year-old Roxana boy suffered his second accident in !he past four months Tuesday. Timothy Toner, son of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Toner, 124 East Seventh St. fractured his left collarbone when he fell out of a swing at his home. Last May, young Toner was reated at the hospital for a concussion and cuts to the face after riding his tire truck down the basement stairs. Reports Theft Of Boy's Bicycle David Stampley, .1005 Pearl St., Tuesday reported the theft of his bicycle to Alton police. The red and white 28-1 null Schwln "Flying Star" was stolen from in front of the youth's house police indicated. 2 CARD OF THANKS — 15. THE FAMILY of Earl C; Hill would like to thank everyone who was so kind to UR during his Illness, and after his passing, especially St. Joseph's Hospital, the various churches and organizations, Bagbee Funeral Home and Rev. A. C. Hall. 2 _ M : WE WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS MEANS OF THANKING all our friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind during our bereavement, also all those who sent flowers, food or assisted In any and every way, especially Rev. Father Peradotio and Rev, Father Peter Bertoldo and the Gene Funeral Home. Mr. Charles Darnell & Family. IN LOVING MEMORY 14 Car Looted EAST ALTON—Police reported the theft of articles from the glove compartment o fa car parked at 408 Whitelaw Monday night. Don Houser, 605 Hawthorne, Wood River, owner of the car, discovered the theft of his auto registration card, bridge tickets and sun glasses from the glove compartment at 10:30 p.m. Houser told police he parked thu car at 8 p,m, and when he returned the glove compartment was open. ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Lena! — Aug. 7 H 21 '63 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT STATE OF ILLINOIS ) COUNTY OF MAJISON ) HELEf DOLTON, Plaintiff • ' -VS- MELVIN BOLTON, . Defendant DIVORCE CHANCERY NO. 83.C-4M To: MELVIN BOLTON The requisite affidavit having been filed, Notice Is hereby slven , you, MELVIN BOLTON. defendant In thu above entitled cause, that tho above suit has been commenced In the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, by the said Plaintiff, HELEN BOLTON. against you,, praying for divorce; that said suit Is numbered 83-C-454 In Chancery, and Is still pending. And that MELVIN BOLTON. Defendant. Is io be served by publication. ••-, Now therefore,' unless you, MEL. VIL,BOLTON, said - Defendant, file your answer to the Complaint or otherwise appear In said suit In the said Circuit Court of MadUon County, Illinois, held In the court House In the city of Edwardsvllle, Illinois on or before September 6, 1903, default may be entered against you at any time after tlmt date, and a Decree entered In accordance with tho prayer of said Complaint. Dated this fllh day of August, A.D. 1863. . W|LLARD_ V. PQRTEL*, Clerk o|»he cirsHjt count of Madison County. Illinois , WUemanT Hallett * Mosele Attorneys for Plaintiff 820 E, Third, Alton. " 3 3 IN LOVING MEMORY of Martha Decker Klrkpatrlck,, who passed away August 14, 1062. In our home she Is fondly remembered, Sweet memories cling to her name. Those, who loved her In life sincerely, Still love her In death just the same. Sadly missed by, Husband, Daughter, Sister, Brother & family. S FUNERAL DIRECTORS 5 _ n-o FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS—$5.00 up. Roxroat Flower Shop. -(60-3780. 2712 Godfrey Rd. 0-2 HUKSDNALS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1612. 7 _ 8-20 LICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal photography. W. E. Burt, 2008 Washington Ave., Alton. 485-7350. 7 — 8/20 — TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (Formerly Dex-A-Dlet.) New name, same formula, only 08c. Honke Pharmacy. 8 RUMMAGE A PASTRY SALES 8—14 ; RUMMAGE SALE — Loretto Home, 417 Prospect, August 15. 8—16 ,——— RUMMAGE SALE—1714 Washlnston. .Monday thru Saturday, 0 'til 5. Friday only, 0 'til 0. » SOCIETIES and LODGES 0 _ IB FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 26 AF&AM —Special meeting Thursday, Aug, 15, 7 p.m. Work In 2nd degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Refreshments, 8 - , WAYNE H. HARPER, W.M. WOOD RIVER LODGE NO. 1062. AF&AM — Special meeting Wed., Aug. U, 7 p.m. F. C. degree. Visit- Ing brethren welcome. HOWELL K. 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