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ALTON PA31 Mess Hall Razed The ,.«?fntyfiaUon l&dge and mess haft al fioy 'scout Gawp Watten Levis is being wrecked this week to make ( wfly fof a new arid latgef Bttucture, , Hie building is being demolished by boys hvtn Jliltwla ¥outh Commission Camp at Marqtlette Park, It was erected In 1925 by the George Levjs family, donors of the eamn to the Boy Scout Council. • » The donated-tract was adjac* ent (o the original Boy. Scout camp *- known as camp Hawley -» which was opened In 1921, according .to Miss Hazel Mad' dUit, of 658 Royal St., who was employed In the fioy Scout off flee at the time, The building being razed Is a simulated log structure, the half- logs being; attached to the sheathing, and consists of a large meeting room with a fireplace, kitchen facilities and a large enclosed porch which .was Used as a dining room during camping season. ; i The .new building, which will be milch larger, will be n "U" shaped structure, measuring 96 feet overall at Us widest point. The projections will be 30-by-30 feet. It, too, will be a simul,' ed log — white birch — and work will start Immediately on completion of the wrecking project. LODGE COMING DOWN Lodge at Boy Scoiit Camp Warren is being torn down this week and will Levis, used primarily as a'mess hall, be replaced by larger structure. 900 Bales of Hay Lost in '.. ••-••••.'•; V , •'. ! \ I I Farm Fire at Godfrey AUTOMOBILE CLUB SITE French-style house, erected in 1843, occupies site at Washington and Brown on which Automobile Club of Missouri would erect,an office building if a rezoning application is approved. Gity Council suspended rules Wednesday night to receive rezoning petition. Home is owned by Mrs. Nannie Hildebrand, who occupies place, and Mrs. Thomas Elder of California., It was originally known as the "Lathey Homestead". 800 To Attend Sept. 3 AHS Orientation More than 800 sophomores.' will attend Alton High School's sophomore orientation day, Sept. 3. The tentative plan is for the students to move through their class schedule, from 1 to 4 p.m. G. C. Davis, principal, said more than 700 students ..participated in the program last year. Participation is voluntary. Students at any high school class level who are transferring from outside the school district may participate, Davis said, The plans calls for a short assembly in the auditorium at 1 p.m. The students will pick up schedule sheets and handbooks from 1:20 to 1:45.. The students will run through class schedules for an abbreviated period from 1;50 to 3:30. A mixer will bo held for the students at 3; 30 on the west terrace of the main building. Crash Victim's Condition Good The condition of Dan-ell Colley, Alton Recreation Department employe was reported as good today at Alton Memorial Hospital. • •'<•"' Colley was injured Wednesday in an automobile collision on the Beltline at Municipal Golf Course, in which another recreation department employe, John Haug, was killed. Nipped on Lip Vickie Taylor, 7, was treated Thursday afternoon at St. Joseph's Hospital after a dog si., was playing with nipped her on the upper lip, Daughter of Mr- and Mrs. Marvin Taylor, Rhondell PI,, East .Alton, she was released 'following treatment. No III Effects Trina Pace, 2, daughter of Mr. a and Mrs, Daniel Pace; 205 Glover St., suffered no ill' effects loday after getting into some nerve medicine at her home. Her mother said Trina apparently got into a purse on a dresser top Thursday by reaching 'rorn her bed. Trina had chewed on a capsule of the medicine anc spit it out when her mother dis covered her. Her stomach was pumped al St. Joseph's Hospital and -she was later released, • Rhine Quits to Go For Psych Doctorate W. Ray Rhine, who resigned his position as Madison County school psychologist last week has entered the doctorate pro gram in Clinical Psychology a the University of Texas in Aus tin. Rhine will be, an instructor while completing' his doctorate He plans to open an office in Los Angeles when he finishes his program. Driver License Is Susp ( ended>2'Moiiths SPRINGFIELD, 111. — Suspen sion of the driver license of an Edwardsviile woman for two months was announced today by the office of Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier. Ethel M. Jones, / 512 E Schwartz St., Edwardsvilie, re ceived 1 a suspended license for convictions on charges speeding failure to yield right-of-way and leaving the scene of an acci dent. ' Eggs Hit Car Russell Grisham, of 2308 Hale St., told Alton police Thursday afternoon that someone had thrown eggs on his car as he was driving along W. 9th Street. TQOl Safes pJNTAL Service EXPEItT SMALL. REPAIR THE WORKSHOP Godfrey Ph, 4Q8,0458 . GOppiisy RQAP North o/,Hi? fjrehaute Gears Telegraph Will 'Print Edwartbville Intelligencer As a result of several gears breaking on the newspaper press of the Edwardsvilie Intelligen- cer, the paper will be printed by Ihe Alton Telegraph on Its press until repairs are completed on the Intelligencer Press. The press run for the paper will follow the press run of the Telegraph each day, Gears for the Intelligencer press are being made In Chicago, it was reported, and the Labor fray.holiday may delay the job, Because of the emergency measures, the Intelligencer pap er boys and readers will get their papers about one hour lat er than Usual. / Truck Hits Rear Of Car at Stopsign A panel truck driven by Robert Bull, 16, of 622 Oakwood Ave., collided with the rear of a cab driven by Robert G. Plnkey, 32, of 1130 Bluefield Dr., Florissant' Mo. Thursday morning. Alton police said the Pinkey cat- was halted for a stopsign and raffle on Oakwood Avenue at Alby street, when the Bull truck came up. from behind, stopped, hen started again, colliding with the first car. Bicycles Stolen Alton police received two reports of bicycle thefts Thursday. Bobby Sproll, 512 Williams St., told police about 10:45 his racer type bicycle was taken while he was at the wrestling matches at West Junior High School. Mrs. Ivin Riddlesprigger Sr., of 2322 Johnson St., said a bicycle belonging to her son Irvin Jr., was stolen also about 10:45. Cars Collide Near Starlight Theater Two cars collided early this morning on a narrow strip of highway in front of the Star- Llght Drive-In Theater, on Col lege avenue Alton police said, A car driven by William H Cannon, 50, of 3323' Belle St. was attempting to pass a car driven by Mary Lynn, 34, of 51! Stanley Rd., Cottage Hills Police said that in attempting to stay on the road, the" Lynn car crowded into the side of the Cannon car. Memorial Hospital Has New Patient-to-Nurse Intercom A new palienf-nurse cornmun- Cation system has been installed at Alton Memorial Hospital, enabling patients to talk from their 3eds to nurses stationed outside [heir rooms. Quicker service for the patient is provided by the new system. By pressing a button on a call light cord near hi-, pillow, a patient may communicate orally with a nurse at a nursing station. Previously nursing employes responded after the patient had pushed a button turning on a light outside the patient's room. With several lights going at the same time, often there would be a delay before nurses could go to the Individual rooms to see what was Wanted. Under the new system the nurse on duty answers the patient call through an intercommunication receiver and a speaker in a wall panel near the patient's bed will carry her voice to the patient and the patient's voice to the nurse without movement on the part of the patient. Other improvements made at the same time as the installation of the new call system included new nursing stations on the first and second floors as part of the hospital remodeling program, and the establishment of new utility, linen and patient bath rooms. NEW CALL SYSTEM C. R. Freeman, Alton Memorial Hospital administrator, and Mrs. Ora Hoffman, medical floor supervisor, test the new patient-nurse call system recently installed in all patient rooms of the institution. Heart Held Snored SAIGON — Vietman Buddhists are now paying homage to the heart of a martyred monk. Bank Will Spread DAKAR—The Bank of Senegal plans to expand into branch operations by mid-1965. About 900 bales of hay on the arm of Joseph Schetter in God- !rey were destroyed, by fire anc smoke Wednesday, Godfrey firemen reported today. The hay, stacked near Schet- :er's .barn, burned and smoldered all night Wednesday, firemen said. Godfrey firefighters worked on the blaze from 6:50 p.m. Wednesday until Thursday morning, unstacking the bales to ;et at the interior! Probable cause of the fire was spontaneous combustion, according to the firemen. In another Godfrey fire, muv or damage was caused to the lome of Frank Boatright, 2700 Johnson Lane, about 7:25 a.m. ;oday. A, wall caught fire around chimney, the report said. Alton firemen were called out on a false alarm this morning, to a residence in the'2100 block of Hickory St. The call came in at 10:25 a.m. No damage resulted from a fire call at 11 p.m. Thursday at the home of John Martin, 508 Longfellow Ave. Firemen sale the call was because of fooc burning on a stove which fillec the house with smoke., Avoid the Rush! 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", the millions of Americans who work to give our country the world's highest living standard — the world's greatest industrial might — the world's most secure defense power — the world's widest individual freedom! We are proud to pay tribute to and be a part of the men and women of Labor whose hands have made America the mightiest! ALTON-WOOD RIVER FEDERATION OF LABOR AFL-CIO THESE LOCAL UNIONS ARE AFFILIATED WITH THE ALTON-WOOD RIVER AREA FEDERATION OF LABOR AR.-CIO: Retail Clerks LU, No, 344 Operating Engineers LU, No. 41&41a Grain Millers LU, No, 81 Boiler Makers LU, No, 483 Carpenters LU, No, 377 H.B.R.E, LU, No, 243 Allied Trades LU, No, 971 I.B.E.W, LU, No, 1473 Teamsters LU, No, 525 Alton Firefighters LU, No, 1255 I.B.E.W, LU, No, 399 Alton Barbers LU, No, 81 Typographical LU, No, 306 I.B.E.W, LU, No, 649 Plumbers I Pipefitters LU. No, 553 Firemen & Oilers LU, No, 46 Boot & Shoe Workers LU, No, 513 Broadcast Engineers LU, No, 4 Bus Drivers LU, No, 788 Operating Engineers LU, No, 525 Leather Workers LU, No, 131 Shamrock Ladles Ajx, No, 397 Roxana Fed, of Teachers L,U, No, 1337 Laborers LU, No, 338 A.F.G.W, LU, No. 123 Alton Musicians LU, No, 282 Machinists Lodge No, 660 Bricklayers L,U, No, 8 Painters LU, No, 917 Auto Mech, Lodge No, 1262 Steelworkers LU, No,3643 Retail Clerks LU, No, 149 Carpenters LU, No, 1808 Bldg, Service Emp, LU, No, 512 ! Madison County Emp, LU, No, 799 Chemical Workers LU, No, 16 G.B.B.A, LU, No, 95 A.F.G.W, LU, No, 109 Painters LU, No, 471 Garment Workers LU, No, 202 Labor LU, No, 218 Alton State Hosp, Emp, LU, No, 124 Wood River Hosp, Emp, LU, Nc, 168 I.B.E.W, LU, No, 1465 Flint Glass Workers LU, No, 43 Meat Cutters LU, No, 80 American Bakery L,U, No, 294 'v;;;;'r;;..vv::v;v;'