Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 5
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August 21, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2L 1963 ^-.^.-..aa.^-1..-^,.. .-.Bin- ' ' ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE City of Edwardsville to Rent Tunell Property EDWAUDSVILLE - A 10-ncre silo and frame house oti St. Louis Sltcct nccjuirwl by the city | n the will of the late Miss Ella Tunnell for n hospital site will be f-eiiled under mi ordinance given first reading at a mooting of the City Council Tuesday. The .proposed ordinance nu- thorlzeds execution of a lease" be- tweeh the city and Uobert W, Jarfelt and Jean .Tat-retl, husband nnd wife, for rental of the property willed to the city by Miss Tun- noil who died over a. year ago. In terms of the agreement the Jttrrett's will pay $150 a month rent deposited In a separate fund designated as the "Tunnell property repair nnd maintenance fund". The Edwardsville Community Hospital Association Is studying methods by which the 10-acre site arid frame house at 918 St. Louis St. can be Used as a hospital. In the event the site will be used as a hospital, the family occupying the home will Vacate the residence within 60 days af- Vntifkls Damage Cast Alton Home WOOD RIVER - Police today were investigating extensive dam nge caused by vandals 16 a vacant house owned by Mrs. J. B. Dnmmnnn, 568 Leslie Ave., Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. Windows wore broken out, holes were punched in walls and ceilings, a studio couch Was torn up nnd light fixtures smashed in the empty house at 311 Second St. Mrs, ba'mmann reported the vandalism to 'police Tuesday afternoon. >.' tor notified, according to terms of the lease in the proposed ordinance. V so little time to save! ROXANA — Approximately 60 cw teachers In the Wood River 'owriship have been invited to renkfasl on Aug. 28 at 7:15 a.m. the East Alton -Wood River llgh school cafeteria. This program is sponsored by ie Educational Committee of the Vood River Township Chamber f Commerce. Zeke Jabusch, 'resident of the'Chamber, will velcome the new teachers to the rea. Other guests will Include the ounly superintendent of schools, mayors of the towns in the town- hip, representatives of major in- ustrles in the areas and the sup- rinlcndent of each school In the ownship. Check these fabulous savings! Regular Price Sale Price 3 Pairs $1.35 $1.09 $3.19 $1.50 $1.19 $3.49 $1.65 $1.29 $3.79 AUGUST 22 — SEPTEMBER 7 Sckaeffi Al TOKJ AA ALTON •" er's Wood River C of C to Entertain New Teachers Glamis Castle, Scotland, is said • shelter the ghost of Earl Baer- ic, doomed to play cards with the 'evil for eternity. The earl slaked card game with is soul in a alan and lost Superintendents of Area Schools Meet EDWARDSVILLE County Supt. of Schools Wilbur R. L. Trimpe was host Tuesday to school superintendents and their assistants from 13 area counties for discussion of a new program of evaluating schools for recognition and state aid payments In Illinois. The new program was explained by Harry McPhall, an assistant in the office of State Supt. of Public Instruction Ray Page. The program, as well as new stale legislation enacted recently by the Illinois General Assembly, will be further discussed at a meeting of county school administrators with County Supt Trimpe at the courthouse. Driver Charged After Crash At East Alton EAST ALTON — Dominic G 'ornelli, Beckcmeyer, 111., was inrged with careless driving by wlice after his car collided ead-on with a car driven by /Irs. Edith Ritchey, 151 Norwood lace, East Alton, at 4 p.m. 'uesday, on a road near Olin rtathieson. Mrs. Ritchey Incurred a whip- ash injury to her neck and was realed and released from the iVood River Township Hospital. The road on which the accident occurred leads into the Olin Vlathieson parking lot. Mrs. Ritchey was driving to In Edivardsville Unit Kindergarten Registration Is More Than Expected EDWARDSVILLE. — Pre-reg- stration of children for kinder- ;arlen classes in Edwardsville :ommunity Unit School District is running ahead of the anticipated enrollment figures, Dis- A. Gordon Doods rict Supe.t said today. Largest enrollments are in the LeClaire and Hadley school areas, dndergarten classes at Lincoln areas are filled, children living in Edwardsville will be sent to [indeargarten classes at Lincoln or Columbus schools, Dodds said. The district superintendent requested that parents register their children in kindergarten before school begins so accommodations will be available during the first week of school. Parents should bring birth certificates when enrolling children, he said. Parents, who registered children before Aug. 15, have received notices showing where their children will attend classes. Students who were not enrolled in classes in the Edwardsville school district at the end of the 1962-63 school year, are requested to "register immediately so that classes and books may be ready for them on the firs day of school. Elementary school students kindergarten through grade six register at Hadley House, 70 St. Louis St.; Junior High Schoo students, grades seven througl nine, register at the Junior Hig office and Senior High Schoo students, grades 10 through 12 register at the Senior High of fice, Dodds said. Near Edtvttrdsville Springer Woods Area May Be Converted Into Park he parking lot when Fornolli's nr came clown the wrong .side if the road and collided with her ;ar, police reported. Both cars Incurred front end amage and had to be pulled apart by a wrecker. Godfrey Fire Auxiliary Names Mrs. Paul Cory Mrs. Paul Cory was named lead of the newly formed wel- nrc committee of the Godfrey Bremen's Auxiliary Monday. The welfare committee aids 'amilies who lose homes due to fires. The group will also help in securing food, clothing or furnishings. Mrs. Clifford Lee will fill the unexpired term of treasurer. EDWARDSVfLLE — A plan to gain support of organizations in the city for development of the Springer Woods area into a playground - recreational area will be launched here by Alderman Orville West. The 16 - acre tract, northeast of Edwardsville, was dedicated to the city by Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Springer in 1913. The wooded area, described as a "good location" for a playground and rec reation area, is underdeveloped except for work by the Civilian Construction Corps in the 1930's and work by private citizens. Letters will be mailed to organizations and clubs in the city this week for support and contributions to develop the property as a recreational site, West said today. West's proposal to the City Council includes clearing of undergrowth on the proposed park site by the city street department and installation of walkways through clearings in the wooded area. West said "civic mindec roups" might be encouraged to n-ovide playground equipment )icnic tables and rest rooms. He suggested that the city In ies and provide a water supply o the land site. Long range plans include a pro- rosed amphitheater on the east side of Lindle Avenue. tall lighting and parking facili' Turks Switch Jobs ISTANBUL—Many Turks have returned to private industry a a result of the removal of Amer ican missiles from Turkey. Set Method of Vacating Streets at County Seat Oil Pf oflpcotittg Shows Mar ked Drop DENVEft (AP)-Oil activity; 1ft Rocky Mountain • High JMa1n» .tales continues to lag well behind 1962 wllh 180 active rotartes reported last week an cornjpafed vith 248 at the same time a year ago, Petroleum Information told oday. Reds May Deal SANTO DOMlNGO—There Is talk in the Caribbean that Rus sian troops will pull out of Cuba if exile raids are called off. Algeria is buying flags. J & A Springman HAS A FtJLL LINE OF Paint Supplies Godfrey. 111. Ph. FINANCING W. Third St.—Downtown lerms—Many, Mnny DISCOUNT PRICES AT WESTERN SHOE STORES! Special lot of Ladies' Shoes, values to $5.00 —all heels, all sizes, but not in all styles. Pair BEST BUYS AT ****************************** ALTO REFRIGERATION JUST ACROSS THE STREET FROM GERMANIA SAVINGS BUILDING We Welcome You to Visit Us — See Our Complete Frigidaire Line The "STAR" FRIGIDAIRE FROST-PROOF REFRIGERATOR! • No defrosting—even of freezer with •xcluslv* Frost-Proof system. • 100-lb. zero zone freezer. • Twin glide-out fruit and vegetable Hydrators. FRIGIDAIRE FOOD FREEZER HOLDS 577IBS.! * * * J * •asy terms 318 With Trade Could be even less If your trade Is less than 10 years, old. DON'T MISS THESE OTHER QUOTA SALE SPECIALS FRIGIDAIRE BUDGET-SAVING FOOD FREEZER Chest Model CFF-17 16.5 ou. n. EDWARDSVILLE — Procedure to vacate city streets and alleys is outlined in an ordinance given first reading at a meeting of the City Council Tuesday evening at the Edwardsville Public Library. In the proposed ordinance three copies of a request to vacate a street or alley signed by the petitioner would be filed at the office of City Clerk Alvin E. Wooldridge. Petitions accompanied by three copies of the plat proposed to be vacated and a 525 filing fee would be presented at the City Clerk's office and referred to the City Plan Commission for recommendation. On tentative approval the City Council would appoint two persons to appraise the property to be vacated at a fair market value. On return of the appraisals and deposit of a sum which the property is appraised the council may adopt an ordinance vacating the street or alley. In other action the council agreed to advertise for bids for a police patrol car to replace a 1962 model Pontiac car which has registered 60,000 miles. Bids will also be received for painting work on the new bull pen section installed at the city jail adjacent to the police department. The council voted an expenditure of $1,053 for needed repairs of a blower at the city's sewer plant. The repaired equipment will undergo an overhaul and re- placed in about four weeks. A letter commending Police Chief John E. Hartung and members of the police department and emergency units for their efforts after an explosion at the Propellex plant was read. Direct from France! 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