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PAGE TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, .1963 Car Wrecks 60 i No serious injuries were rr- Iported by Alton police in a rash; iof minor traffic accidents over I.ho Lnbor Pay weekend. ! ^ ^.^ reprpppnting thp One mishap occurred Monday Natiollal Boarci 0 , Kirc Under- at 3:33 p.m. at College Avenue and Experts Look at Sites For Alton Fire Station On Sewers FORECAST Until Wednesday CLOUDY AND COOL Widely scattered showers are due Tuesday night in Ohio and Tennessee valleys and central Mississippi valley. Showers and isolated thunderstorms are Ben Staten Dies; Coroner 2 Terms expected in Plains states and southern Rockies. II will be cooler in northern Plains, the Lakes region and the Ohio valley. (AP Wirephoto Map) WeatherForecaat Benjamin F. Staten, 55, owner of Staten Funeral Home and a former Madison County coroner, died at 6 p.m. Monday in St. Anthony's Hospital. Mr. Staten served two terms as coroner of Madison County, elected on the Democrat!*, ticket, from 1948 to 1956. He had served also as a deputy coroner. He had operated the funeral home in Alton since October of 1942 and before that was an assistant to James A. Klunk in the latter's funeral home for 22 years. He acquired the funeral home upon Klunk's retirement. Mr. Staten was a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Mary's Church, Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus, East End Improvement Assn., Elks, Eagles, Moose, the Eightball Assn., Teamsters and Chauffeurs Union Local 525, American Legion, Illinois Funeral ^Director's Assn. and the Catholic Funeral Directors Guild of Illinois. He was born Sept. 19, 1907, in Alton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Staten. He attended Alton schools. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Amelia Staten; his wife, Mrs. Catherine Baker Staten; two sons, James and Richard Staten; three daughters, Mrs. Robert Barnhart, Mrs. Clarence Shaw and Mrs. Ralph Woodson; a sister, Mrs. Dwane Drandel; and 18 grandchildren. The body is at Staten Funeral Home where friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Thursday. A Solemn Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 9 a.m. Friday at St. Mary's Church. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Members of Alton American Legion Post will meet at. the Claims Filed In Beltline Fatal Crash The city of Alton received notice today of claims against it growing out of a motor vehicle collision on the Beltline last Wednesday in which a city recreation department employe was killed. Wiseman, Hallett and Mosele ft Associates said it had been retained on behalf of Darrell Colley, injured recreation department em- ploye. And in a letter, filed with City Clerk Paul A. Price, the law firm of Armbruster and Diaz gavo notice it is representing Lenzy Morris and his three children in their claim against the city and the estate of John M. Haug, in a claim for injuries and loss of property. Haug was killed in the Alton and vicinity — Partly cloudy and a little cooler tonight with a 20 per cent chance of showers by morning. Low in mid-60s. Considerable cloudiness [and little temperature change Wednesday with a 40 per cent chance of showers. High in the lower 80s Wednesday. 4 Edwardsville Area Residents Enter Hospital EDWARDSVILLE - Four area residents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, during the Labor Day weekend and seven patients were discharged. Robert Meyer, 715 Frederick, was admitted Saturday and Mrs. Lucy Schmollinger, 850 Holyoake, was discharged . Frank Vanek, Rte. 4, was admitted Sunday. Those discharged Sunday were: Daniel Carter, Rte. 3; Miss Karen Pollard, Rte. 2; Mrs. Shirley Crump, Rte. 3; Francis Burl, 1026 Briggs. Admitted Monday were; Hock Spring Drive when a driven by Albert L. Casten, writers toured Alton today col- data for an advisory re- .port which would fix the loca- Main St., was struck in the rear| tjon fo] . n n(W ( , pntl . n , firo sta . bv another car. .tion. Driver of the other car, James, Thrro was a possibility that; Michael Dean, 19, of Frontenacifj rf , stations might be reduced! PI., Godfrey apparently did not i from five to four. j sre the other car which had halt- Making their survey in com-! ed before making a left turn into panv o f f\ rp chief Warren Gra-j Rock Spring Dr. : hlc, were Wallace E. Lloyd, en-1 Charged gineer, and Ronald S. Tvrdik of Charged with a traffic violation, Dean was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital for treatment of injuries. No other occupants were in the two cars. Casten's car was drivable and Dean's car was re- the engineering department of the National Board. When the city council late in June revised the city appropriation ordinance it added an item of $75,000 to apply towards removed by tow track. | placement and relocation of the A Carlinville man complained No. 1 hose house at State and! to a passing Alton policeman Mon- Wall Streets which is in badly! day that his car had been side- 1 deteriorated physical condition. | swiped on the Clark Bridge by No Funds j a hit-and-run driver. j Presently, the city has no funds Herman B. Newton of Carlin-1 to meet this appropriation but the ville said the other car sped away! council set the figure so that the to Missouri after veering across the center line and striking his car on the first curve south of Alton on the bridge, reported police. Green paint was left all along the side of his car, said police. Earl D. Jones, 2512 Hazel St. was charged with following too closely and driving too fast for conditions this morning after the car he was driving struck the rear of a car stopped for a traffic light on Main Street at Broadway. The other car was driven by William D. Emmons, 1328 5th St., Cottage Hills. It was damaged in the front and rear and was removed by a tow truck. Parked Car Damaged A parked car owned by Ruby Lee Williamson, 29, of 2706 Salu jSt., was damaged about the ngin fender Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Bernice Winte, 515 Bollman. Discharged Monday were: Mrs. Norman Nekola and daughter, Rte. another parked car rolled into it, police reported. The mishap occurred at Oak crash. Morris was the driver ofio; Henry Sethaler, Rte. 5. the car that struck the city' vehicle. | The letters suggested the city's | liability insurance company be informed and requested to get in touch with the respective attorneys. Haug, 77, recreation department caretaker, was the driver of thej department automobile, and Colley, 38, of 1207 Union St.. a department maintenance man, was sen'-! ' Street just south of Hunter's I Court when a car owned by ously hurt. Moris was accompanied in his car by his three children, Edward, Jerome, and Diana. One of the children, Diana, 14, received emergency treatment after the crash. Minor Collision EAST ALTON — A minor two- car collision on St. Louis avenue funeral home at 8 p.m. Thurs- between cars driven b y Doctor Carter, 26, of 712 S. Prairie St., day. Medora Couple Marks 45th Anniversary MEDORA — Mr. and .Mrs. Clarence L. McCuen of Medora celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary Sunday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mrs. George McDanel, Drive, Godrrnv. Michael jerseyville, and Daniel Ufert, 19, of 847 Ferguson Ave., East Alton, was reported to police Sunday at 12:25 p.m. The accident occurred, police said, as Carter's car turned into the Hill Bros, parking lot on St. Louis .Avenue and Ufert's car passed by traveling east on St. Louis Avenue. No injuries were reported. Passengers in Carter's car were his wife, his sons, Donald 5, and Dicke 7, and daughter, Peggy. | Miss Kelly Phillips, 19, 832 Am- U.S. Steel Strike Is Halted GARY, Ind. (AP) — Union offi • cials ordered striking employes of the huge Gary Works of the U.S. Steel Corp. to return to their jobs this afternoon, apparently ending a 13-hour wildcat walkout. The brief strike, affecting 15,000 workers, had 'posed a possible threat to steel supplies to the nation's auto industry, now reaching a peak in its production of 1964 models. Company officials had begun a shutdown of the plant, listed as the world's second largest steel mill, before the walkout was or dered abandoned. Tlit strike stemmed from the suspension of a union grievance committee member after he allegedly struck a supervisor. Thomas R. Johnson Jr. ,,.31, of 3201 Edsall Ave., was left with its wheels cut into the curb but the brake was not set, according to police. Another minor accident occurred Saturday at 12:25 p.m. when a car driven by Donna i Lee Petro, 310 Allen St., struck hoso house replacement project could be started if the city received any windfalls during the present fiscal year that might be; applied to the project. I Mayor P. W. Day said thatj money from sale of the State and Wall location could be applied towards this appropriation. He also] said that he favors the same use) for any funds the city may ob-j tain this year by sales of other real property or by street vacations. : The city presently is offering for sale its tract in the 1500-block j of E. Broadway, and pending isj a vacation of W. 8th Street from! Belle to Piasa in furtherance of! An Alton man pleaded innocent WRONG SIDE UP A car driven by Hollis O. Jackson, and hit a depressed driveway at 619 2418 Sherwood Terrace, overturned Brookside Avenue. He was charged Saturday when he drove too far right with intoxication and a traffic violation. In Slain Dog Case... Man Pleads Innocent Collection of sewer services charges by Alton since the start of the present fiscal year, April 1, has averaged $34,000 a month. Vor the 5-month period, it was said today at the office of the city treasurer, receipts from the sewer use charge total $170,862. The August collection, completed last Friday, was $24,894, somewhat under the monthly average. Since collection of sewer service charges was begun In March of 1962, a grand total of $578,025 has been recei-'ed. During this period said City Comptroller H. B, Ramey, the delinquent accounts have been greatly reduced, and he is planning a report on delinquent collections, not yet complete, for the next meeting, of the city council. The city now has about 10,000 sewer service accounts, said the comptroller, and, in round figures, 9,000 apply to dwelling units, and 1,000 to commercial users. Current bills were mailed last Friday, said Ramey. Generally they are mailed further in advance of the opening of a n e w month but this was not possible in August. Users have 15 days in which to pay service charges, rendered quarterly, said Ramey, and the current Sept. 1 bills, do not become delinquent until Sept. 15. However, a great proportion of the sewer users make almost spot —! payment. Reflecting the big volume of immediate payments, City Treasurer M. 0. Elliott had a great stack of week end mail on his office desk this morning. It included i checks he normally would have received Monday except for the Labor day holiday. the new post office project. The city has tentatively asked $20,000 as compensation for the pending street vacation. It also to a charge of cruelty to animals this morning after a complaint was signed against him Sunday for killing a dog with a meat seeks to collect delinquent sew- cleaver, er fees dating back to an or-: Arthur W. Lau.x. -119 E. dinance in effect before the bond 1st., was charged in a complaint issue program, and these alsojsigned by Mrs. Robert Unter-i could be applied to the new fire brink, 430 E. 9th St. early Sun-' animal was dead Mrs. Unterbrink saw the man put it in a box and leave in a car with another man, with the car's light's off. house. Following the budget revision, Day explained, he wrote the National Board asking its advice as to the planned hose house relocation, and also for a report on whether a change in its regulations, published several months, ago, would permit Alton to reduce j the numer of hose houses fromj five to four in the interest of: | greater efficiency. i day morning. Police reported that after the another car while making a left turn from Allen St. into Broad-:~ -plie underwriters' regulations^ way. | t| ia t have been revised have to She apparently didn't see the do witn i oca tk>n of hose houses! other car which was driven by John Paul Pinta. 321 Dorris. police said. Both cars were damaged on their left front fenders. No injuries were reported, police said. Edwardsville Boy Fractures Elbow EDWARDSVILLE — Richard, 7-year-old son of Edwardsville Fiiv Chief and Mrs. Edward with respect to distances they! must cover is serving their respective areas. i Day said he went into no de- with the underwriters' engineers at their brief conference. Told Plan "I merely told them, "he said," of Alton's plan to replace and relocate the deteriorated No. 1 station, and of my hope in that, connection to reduce by one the 1 present number of hose houses." i Day said he had been promised Coolbaugh of 402 Cherry St., in-: a brief informal report from the; curred a fractured left, elbow Monday in a fall from his bicycle to the sidewalk near his home. Other relatives present were! herst St ' East Alton, was a pas- Qf windaws in homes under con.... »„.. ,,--_„ ,,--11- T_ senKer in ulerts car. ... ...— • o~o a ,,,™-.ri MoicrWc Windows Shattered in Rosewood Area Homes EDWARDSVILLE -Shattering |near the broken windows Mon- Final Wood River Concert Wednesday WOOD RIVER — The final performance in the series of weekly concerts by the Municipal Band will be presented at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Central Park, climaxing a successful summer season, Ervin Mouish, manager reports. Miss Cordelia Douglas, primary vocal music supervisor of the East Alton School system, will appear as vocal soloist. She has chosen as her selections: "Lullaby in Birdland," and "I have dreamed." Numbers by the band, under the direction of Chester Hughes, will include: "Fandango," Parkius; "Excerpts from Lohengrin," by Wagner; "Selections from Showboat," Kern; "March Sinfoninas," Williams; "Autumn Beguine," Schaeffer; and "Moon River," Mancini. After police began an investigation. Laux arrived at the police department with Mrs. Robert Kulp, 415 E. 10th St. who said the dog had bitten her son, Mark, 8, at about 12:30 p.m. Sunday. Laux reported to police that the dog apparently was ill and that was why he destroyed it. He then transported the dog to the Mississippi River and disposed of it, police reported. The Kulp family had been feeding and caring for the dog since Grease Flares Firemen were called to quell a Thursday. A police report indi-j grease fire in an oven at Rich- cated that Mrs. Kulp didn't think the dog was ill. ey's Cafe, 621 E. Broadway, at 10:55 p.m. Sunday according to A trial has been set for Sept.;a report by Fire Chief Warren 7 on the charges. IGrahle. DON OTT Jeweler Wllshlre Shopping Center Bell & Howell MOVIE EQUIP. DIAL HO 5-4271 Convenient Shopping WARDS Plata Shopping Center Mr. and Mrs. Homer Booth Jr.,j of Eldred and Mr. and Mrs. Rich- 1 ard McCuen of Medora. Mrs.! in wens- car. , S 1 ruction in Rosewood Heights, Returns Home j theft of building materials from EAST ALTON — Mrs. W. E. i a residence being built at Mitch- Booth and Mr. McCuen are also j Cooper returned to her home in! ell and three rural home bur- children of the honored couple, [phoenix City, Ala., by plane to-jglaries were among reports in- Seven grandchildren were also i day, after visiting her sister and'vestigated by the sheriff's office among the 40 guests who attend-1 brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ti-jover the Labor Day weekend. ed the surprise dinner. itus P. Lolley, Linton Street, Glen-, Deputies were summoned at day night. Harold McDonald, board's engineers before their! departure but that it would be ; only a preliminary one. A formal j report, he understands, would be! in revision of the last survey and! Litcllfield Couple to recommendations of the Under- j writers made in 1958. j Observe Anniversary The selection of a location for a new central fire house has Mr. and Mrs. George Saathoff been under extended study withi 0 f Litchfield will observe their no decision being reached. A lo-| CTolden we dding anniversary with) cation near 9th and Belle Streets £ house ^^ 2 and 5 | was proposed under the city plan. , With this m mind the city a yea S( abortive effort to! Sept. 8, at t h eirj who has started construction of n new home in the area, re- ! ago made an Mitchell. |acquire the Union Electric prop- Mr. Saalhotf is a former Jer- erty at 8th and Belle Streets, the '«y County resident. Anna Bar- ** i i. J „!..,.,. M J l\/l ti Onnl V»/-YTf same tract now optioned for a ported Sunday night that some-1 post office site. Gifts were presented to the^dale Gardens, over the holiday 'g. 20 p.m. Monday to Airwood honored couple. I weekend. Olin Sells Industrial Explosives Operation ; Dr.. Rosewood Heights, following a report of the latest in a one stole lumber and other ma-i terials valued at $250 from the! premises. ' Theft of two pump shotguns valued at $115 from the base- nett, and she and Mr. Saathoff !were married Sept. 10, 1913, at 1 Hillsboro. To Examine Wreckage Of Downed Jet Tanker men! of his home was reported I HOMESTEAD AIR FORCE to the sheriff's office Saturday series of acts of vandalism ; homes under construction. ; Three plate glass windows and . two other windows of a nearly- i completed home had been shat- 'tererl. deputies learned. Airguns and slingshots apparently have at S afternoon by Alfred Walls of i Godfrey Rte. 1. Walls said the guns were last, used Aug. 18 by he and his son and the weapons were missing from the basement when the son went to get them Saturday. Purchase of Olin-Mathieson's in-.Calif. These products include mill-1 been used in breaking windows I Ralph Ernest Hosto, residing dustrial explosives business, which itary explosives, smokeless pow-|in a subdivision area, whereon Rte. 140 at Alhambra, redoes not include the plant at Eastjder, propellants, jet aircraft start- j damage to windows is estimated I ported Monday morning that Alton, by Commercial Solvents| er cartridges, railway signalling;at more than $1.1)00 the past|someone had entered the farm Corp has been announced in New i devices, highway flares and gas! three weeks, deputies were in- home by removing a screen and York 'generators for missiles and rock-1 formed. took two rings and two wrist- A joint announcement Monday lets. I Marbles and B-B's were found watches valued at. $101. by the firms did not disclose the; purchase price of the cash trans-j action. Commercial Solvents will j operate the $1'.' million annual j business as a division known asi the U.S. Powder Co. j Included are plants in Marion, 111., Tacoma, Wash., and Mount Braddock, Pa., a nationwide marketing organization including BASE, Fla. (API—An Air Force| board of inquiry will examine j wreckage from two strato-tanker jets, which went down in the Atlantic about halfway between Bermuda and Nassau Aug. 28, to determine whether they collided. Officials confirmed Monday that the wreckage belonged to the KC135S, which had 11 men aboard. DUXE BAKERY 819 Henry — Dial HO %-W» FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY We Specialize in Wedding and Parry Cakes At Edwardsville Revised Subdivision Bill To Be Introduced Tonight EDWARDSV1LLE—A revised [plan body as a whole, Abort „.„ subdivision control ordinance for}said. The revised measure would inventories, leases, , hP ,:ity of Edwardsville will be !«"J><>rsede^ existing subclivi- warehousing and distribution fa-j cilities, raw product A similar farm residence burglary was reported Sunday af- 'ternoon by George J. Daiber, I Highland Rte. 2, who said a ! child's piggy bank and billfold ! in a bedroom dresser had been rifled of approximately $40 by someone who gained entry i through a kitchen window. Open 9 to 9 Mon, to Sat, patents and other assets. N. Harvey Collisson, president of Olin, said the sale will permit his firm to concentrate on development of other products in which the company has a stronger po- ] introduced at a meeting of the ision control ordinance. A motion to give eligibility sition. CoUiason stressed that t h e transaction would not affect din's production of other associated product* at East Alton, Marion, Peru, In<J., and Morgan Hill, City Council today at 7:30 p.m. tests to hire a policewoman on at the Public Library, City Plunlthe city police department will Commissioner Ray Abert report-;be withdrawn according to an ed. j agenda of tonight's meeting pre- Final revisions to the subdivi-ipared by the ctiy clerk's office. sion control plan were complet-) A plan to hire a woman in the ed by the city plan commission and proposed changes in structure of the ordinance were reviewed by committees and the capacity of clerk and radio operator will be submitted for study by the council's finance committee. 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