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August 15, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

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Sectlnn 2 Page* 21*88 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sporti Clarified Established January 15, 1836, ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1963 Ritter Appointed To Police Board JERSEYVILLE - The Jersey- vllle City Council Tuesday even- Ing appointed Robert Hitter to the local police board to succeed Louis Gorman who is presently employed by the State of Illinois. Other members of the board are Jake Reddish and Fred Vaughn. In other actions the council granted permission to the Jer- seyvllle Woman's Club to use the street adjacent to the State Bank of Jerseyvllle for the purpose of operating a soft drink wagon during sidewalk days on Sept. 20 and 21. The council also allowed a claim for damage that had been done during the construction of the new sewer system on the Sims Farm southwest ot Jerseyvllle. At that point field drainage systems were encountered and had to be replaced at a cost ot $1,605. Members approved the installation of a traffic blinker at tlie intersection of South State Street and Carpenter. The four-way stop will continue in operation there with the blinker light to call attention to the stops. Cost of installation of the blinker will be ?330. Also authorized were a number of changes in existing stop signs in the local traffic control system and an ordinance was passed dealing with further problems in setting up signs' 1 and stops within the corporation limits. \ Carrollton Schools to OpenJ5ept.4 CARROLLTON;—; : 'The first day for students to attend school in the Carrollton Unit will be Sept. •1 but teachers of the unit will meet at the high school for an institute and workshop Tuesday, Sept. 3. Both the Eldred and Carrollton cafeterias will be in operation Wednesday. School buses will run over; Approximately the same routes aiid on a time; schedule similar to that of last year. Where minor changes have been made the families whose children are involved have been notified. Parents of any kindergarten or first grade pupil who have not pre-registered or parents of other pupils In grades one through eight, who will be new in the district should contact the office of principals John Clough of the Eldred Grade School or Bill Schimpf of the Carrollton Grade School as soon as possible. Any child who will be six years of age prior to Dec. 1, 1963 is eligible for admission to first grade. Children who will be five years of age prior to this date will be eligible for kindergarten. If pro-registration has not been made parents should bring a copy of their child's birth certificate to the principal's office. All children beginning kindergarten or first grade or those new in the district must present a record of a current physical examination upon entrance. Final registration and payment of book rentals for. grade school students has' again been spread over several days to accommodate parents an dto eliminate the necessity of standing in line foi a long period of time. Room assignments will be given at the time the fees are paid To avoid congestion the school administrators are requesting that parents 1 of elementary schoo children ', report to their respective schools alphabetically as follows: Carrollton Grade Schoo office — last names beginning with A through H Monday, Aug 26; last names beginning with : 'through P Tuesday, Aug. 17; last names beginning with Q through Z Wednesday, Aug. 28; Eldred School gymnasium, last names beginning with A through M, Monday, Aug. 26 and last names beginning with N through Z Tues, Aug. 27. Office hours will be from 9 to noon and from 3:30 p.m. 1 to Finds Dart Is Cause of Flat On Parked Car Enos L, Starkey, 449 Wow River Avo,, Wood River reported to Alton police Wednesday that Monday evening when his wjft parked their car In thp downtown urea, a metallic dart was Imbed ded in a tire pausing a Hat, The vandalism was tlrst noticed by Mrs. Starkey when she.return ed to the vehicle and was .toW by a passerby that eho had a Hat Inspection of the ttro and Schools at Carlinville Open Sept* 3 CARLINVILLE - Class work In all schools of the Carlinvlllo unit s scheduled to begin Tuesday morning, Sept. 3. Teachers and administrators will spend all day ~>lday, Aug. 30, in a work-shop session in preparation for the opening of school. Bus routes are now being planned and pupils who are to be transported will be advised later in regard to the time and place of pick-up. Students who have moved into he Carlinville Unit School Dis- riet since the close of school ast May are asked to register mmediately If they have not al- •cady done so. Students in grades one to six should register at the South School office and those in ;rades seven to twelve should register at the Junior-Senior High School office .Both offices are open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday of each week. High School students, who regis- :ered last spring, wishing to change their registration are asked .o do so on August 26 or 27 at he Guidance office, Junior-Senior ligh School building. Book rental fees .\ylll remain he same as last year, six dollars jer student per year in all grades. Towel fees will also remain the same, $1.50 per year in the Junior -ligh School, $3 per year in the lenior High School. -These .fees ire to be paid during the first veek of school Sept. 3-6 inclu- ive. Student accident insurance will e offered again this year through he Page Insurance Agency of VIount Vernon, underwritten by he Guarantee Trust Life Insurance Co., Chicago. The rates on he basic plans will be as follows: Irades 1-6, $2; Junior and Senior High School, $3; 24 'hour Around he Clock for grades 1-6, $10; 24 hour Around the Clock for junior- senior high students, $12. Edwardsville Band Concert Set Tonight EDWARDSVILLE — Program lor the ninth concert of the Edwardsville Municipal Band, to be presented tonight at 8 o'clock in city park, will be: Theme, "Muny Band Presents" will) remarks by Jim Boyle; "On The Hunt" march; "The Donkey Serenade"; finale from "Symphony in B Flat" by Fauchet; 'Indian Love Call"; "The Little Rhapsody in Blue"; "The Vanished Army"; intermission; "Chicago Tribune March"; "Victory it. Sea" selections; "You Are Love"; "All the Things You Are"; Wight Flight to Madrid"; "Senti- nen|.al Journey"; "Hands Across the Sea'.' march. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hcepke will be vocal soloists for the two numbers, ,"You Are Love" and 'All the Things You Are", and assistant director Calvin Hofeditz conduct "Night Flight to Madrid" A nuinber of selections to be presented are requests, Anyone wishing to request a particular selection for next week's final concert should present the request by Friday. 45 Planes Entered in Air Race BETHALTO _ Forty-five air?lanes from throughout the United States have been entered in the St. Louis Arep Club race Saturday at Civic Memorial Airport, The 320-mile round-robin ra.ce will begin at 0 a.m. with planes taking off at 30-second Intervals said Sterling R. Kennedy of St -.outs, chairman of the race. "The event Is a pilot proficiency •ace where the flyers try to pro- pell their planes the most efflc- ently instead of the fastest," Kennedy said, "There are differen stock models of single-engine am twln-engjne airplanes entered In the race and their efficiency w)l be determined on the basis fue consumption," he added. A briefing session will be con ducted at Civic Memorial Airpov Restaurant Friday night, at which time the race course will be an nounced to the pilots Following the race Saturday which should end about noon there will ho a barbecue at th airport for the participants and w » - „— r -~~ ,-,-,-- !«- P ul % Twei? wW also be white davt'from a hole above tfea display of antique and new mi white waU area of the tire, el aircraft Saturday afternoon. 7c Per Copy Member of fhe Assorted THEY LOVE THEIR WORK Beverly Savage, (left) Miss Greene County, and Susie Chapman, Miss Jersey County, obligingly admire one of the exhibits at Illinois State Fair. Local Queens Ride High at State Fair By GEORGE LEIGHTY Telegraph Staff Writer SPRINGFIELD — Two Alton area county fair queens were iven a sample Wednesday of vhat it's like to have your every nove calculated in advance and directed by outside planners — 3. a movie star or an expensive model. They were Susie Chapman, the lurreht "Miss Jersey County," and Beverly Savage, the 1963 ; "Miss 3reene County." With a half-dozen other county lair queens ,Miss Savage and Miss Chapmen spent Wednesday appearing on radio and television programs, posing for pictures with lobby exhibits, sheaves of wheat, jaskets of fruit, prize bulls and arm machinery. At noon, .after four hours of posing, signing autographs .and )eing hauled about under the direction of others, both announced mppiJy, "I love it." Jersey Tot Swallows Fuel Oil JERSEYVILLE - James Reyn olds, one-year old son of Mr. and Vlrs. Edgar Reynolds of Jerseyville, was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital'• at 6 p.m Tuesday after he had swallowed a quantity of fuel oil at his home. I-Ie was treated and admitted as a patient for further observance. Edward Goetten, 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Goetten of Jerseyville was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday for treatment after he caught his fingers in a folding chair at his home and lacerated he tip of the index finger of his •ight hand. The wound was sut ured. Everett Fry of Jersey vllle su stained a fracture of the second inger of his left hand at G p.m. Tuesday while tightening a strap on a lawn mower. Herschel Chandler of Medora vas treated at the hospital at 7 j.m. Tuesday after he was bitten on the right leg by a dog, He was dismissed after treatment. Miss Juanita .Brpwn was treated at the hospial after being involved n a car accident near Godfrey at 2 p.m. Tuesday, She incurred ,i strained right arm. Following reatment she was dismissed., Carrollton Book Rental Fees Listed CARROLLTON — Book rentals for the year in the Carrollton School Unit have been announced They are: grade 1-6, ??; grades 7 and 8, $8.25; kindergarten, $6; (the coat of milk Is included ir the rental fee for kindergarten); band fee, $5; Insurance from Kin dergurten to sixth is $2 and instance for grade 7 to 12 is $3. Cos of one half pint of milk per day is 11.75. High school students may pay their fees and obtain their book and class schedules as follows freshmen 9 a.m. to upon and. I u 4 p.m Wednesday, A,yg. gg; Sopho moren same hours on Aug. 39 Juniors from 9 i>m, to noot A«g. 30 and eeoters J'to 4'p.m Aug. 30. After a 1 p.m. television ap learance in the Illinois Building, the county fair queens went to he races for more of the same, n addition to being expected to ook pretty and sigh autographs, here they were pressed into service as trophy presenters. Both asserted that the sampling of being urgently sought-after and icld in such regard that a committee waits in the wings to drag you along to the next act is not only just dandy, but they'd be villing to settle for a life-time of it. To prove it, Miss Savage said hat a California relative has in- brmed her that at least two of he major motion picture studios ms her photograph and a thumbnail sketch on file. "And I don't lave the faintest idea where they ;ot it,-" she said. Miss Savage, 15, and Miss Chapman, 18, will appear in the Miss Illinois County fair contest in Tanuary. 3 Youths Held for Beer Theft JERSEYVILLE - Throe .Tel seyvillc youths nnd a Kane yottlh were nrrostcd liere Wednesday in conjunction with a burglary about 10 p.m. Tuesday at the Kostcr distributing Co. at 517'West Pine St. The youths went to Hie place in a car and, according to theii story told upon arraignment Wcd- •icsclay morning, two of them re mained in the vehicle while the other two entered the warehouse and stole two cases of beer. While the car was parked in the area during the theft, a resident of the neighborhood sensec what was going on and went to the rear of the car and took the license number. He also witnessec the two youths carrying out the cases of beer. The license number of the car was telephoned to police where a check' was run on the number and the ownership of the vehicli determined. Police began an im mediate search for the car, bu found it several hours later aflei the driver had parked it in the area of the Derby Restaurant on South State Street. Two of the youths and most o the beer were taken into custody by night police who locked th two in the county jail pending fil ing of charges Wednesday morn ing. Complaint charging the tw with burglary were filed befori Justice A. Thatcher by George Koster owner of the dislributini company. The two were arraigned late and a preliminary hearing slated for Aug. 23 at 10 a.m. with bond fixed for each defendant in the amount of $2,000. Later Wednesday morning charges were filed by Koster against the other two youths implicated in the burglary. They were arrested Wednesday afternoon and bond set at $2,000. Mysterious Objects Spotted Over Jersey JERSEYVILLE — Mysterious objects were again observed in the sky over Jersey County early Wednesday morning by a number of residents, according to police. State Trooper Elmer Lehr of Hardin, William Poleet, radio operator, ,and Elmer Carstens, all. reported seeing .the "flying saucers". This is the second time that mysterious objects have been seen around Jersey ville. Several weeks ago state police and city police reported seeing a lighted object in the sky northeast of the city. Hartford Cubs to Go to Monk's Mound The first meeting of Hartford Cub Scout Pack 29 will be held Aug. 22 at Monk's Mound. Parents are requested to bring a watermelon or mushmelon. The first meetings of the dens of the pack will begin Sept. 9. Other events include a paper drive Sept. 7 nnd a fish fry Sept. 28. Iceland is importitic; salt. Severe Rainstorm Hits Mexican Town MERMOSILLO, Mex. (AP) - A violent rainstorm struck this town in northwestern Mexico Wednes- corded in the region. day night, slightly Injuring 2S persons and causing dntnnge ettl* mated at SifiO.OOC!. fhc Weather Bureau said 4.4 inches of ralfi fell In l'/i hours-*the heaviest downpour ever re- and SUNDRY TEASING COMB lOc Keg. 1.00 WOODBURY Hand and Body LOTION 50c RUB. 'JOt 1 LANOLIN PLUS HAIR SPRAY 66c Reg. 3.0(1 , POND'S GOLD CREAM $1.79 Reg. 79c BAYER ASPIRIN 59c 1.35 EMPIRIN COMPOUND, 100's . . . 98c 59c ALKA-SELTZER 39c 1.49MAALOX 98c PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE, 50 Ft. ... $1.49 1.19 CAMICIDE BUG KILLER 98c 83c GLEEM TOOTH PASTE 69c "SCHOOL SUPPLIES" 3 RING BINDER . 98c TOP PUNCH MAGNETIC BINDER . . 98c BLUE CANVAS 3 RING BINDER , . . 79c ASSIGNMENT BOOKS 19c DUO TANG COVERS 10c CONSTRUCTION PAPER 25c DRAWING TABLETS . 25c MEMO FILLERS 19c 29c TUCK TAPE 2 29c INDEX CARDS, 3x5 , . lOc ft * ICE CREAM 16 Gallon PHARMACY 1 Storti Alton and Wood River OPEN DAILY 8:30 a.m. 9:30 p.m. ALTON STORE: Corner Third and Henry Sts. WOD RIVER: Wood River Aye. at Edwardsville Rd. ALL KINDS OF SQUASH 10 GO ON A SAVING SPREE ! Lb. GREEN TOP RADISHES and GREEN ONIONS PARSLEY Bunch BROADWAY & MAIN'S PRODUCE HAS IT! READY FOR EATING Potatoes Make The Meal RED POTATOES MICHIGAN PEACHES 49 '/z PECK BASKET HOME-GROWN SWEET CORN c LB. BAG VERY BEST COOKERS WATERMELON 39 YES THIS ISA LOW PRICE CALIFORNIA SWEET EATING ORANGES Dozen EACH RED RIPE WE PLUG 'EM GRAPEFRUIT NO SEEDS HOME-GROWN TOMATOES DOZEN LB. BASKET FIRM FOR SLICING 1C GRADE "A" SMALL HIP HlW'iPMIlllF' 29 DOZEN ROADWAY AND MAIN AW9N, in. DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET wi sen. WHOUMU GOOD EATERS AND LOW PRICE CALIFORNIA LEMONS 18 » 49 C 3530 EAST BROADWAY HOT

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