Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 4, 1963 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 4, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE School Days Have a Way of Starting Gradually BACK TO SCHOOL AT ST. PATRICK'S SOPHOMORE GETS UPPERCLASS HELP Nun beckons children into school after morning recess. Mother M. Charles Marie, first grade teacher, is assisted by young girls and lay women teachers. Catholic schools started Tuesday morning. NEW TEACHERS ARRIVE, WITH CARS Alton High parking lot was full of cars as teachers arrive for orientation program Tuesday morning. They are shown as they left the auditorium. A newcomer arriving at Alton High School is awed by all the buildings and class space, but when there are upperclassmen to help him, he gets along fine. Tuesday was orientation day for the new students, and plenty of older pupils were there to assist. Planners Say Wo 9 to Plat Where There Are No Walks The City Plan commission Tuesday afternoon recommended disapproval of a final plat for Storeyland No. 2 Subdivision in Godfrey 1 rcause no sidewalks were allowed for in the plat. The issue over sidewalks now goes back to the city council for final action. The city council last week threw the issue to the plan commission. Developer John J. Storey and his attorney Bruce Quackenbush I In other commission action, appeared before the plan com-!the group set Sept. 24 at 1:30 ZIKE Pharmacy 627 E. Airline Dr. R.H, Dial CL 9-2263 mission and requested the final plat be approved because no sidewalks were required in the first two parts of the subdivision. "It would be unfair to ask Mr. Storey to put in sidewalks on the further development of an area where there are none," Quackenbush said. "The people don't want them and the Godfrey Township has said it didn't want them. Sidewalks would raise the price of the lots." In a preliminary vote on accepting the plat without sidewalks, Mayor P. W. Day broke the 3-3 deadlock vote with a "no" vote. p.m. for a public hearing on a zoning request by the Alton office of the Automobile Club on four pieces of property between Washington Avenue and Main Street on the south side of Brown Street. The Triple A plans to build an office building. The property is at present zoned for residential and the request is for a change to commercial. The group referred back to the city council the request for a new 25 - year franchise by Illinois Bell Telephone Co. The old council had referred it to the plan commission as a holding action. j Fined on Charge Of Intoxication Virgil Governor Duncan Jr., 40, of 1038 College Ave., this morning pleaded guilty before police magistrate George Roberts to a charge of intoxication and was fined $10 and costs. Duncan was arrested at 3:55 p.m. Tuesday, according to police, in the 1600 block of Joesting Avenue. Ax Cuts Foot Mike Velloff, 23, of 1234 Rodemeyer St. suffered a cut to his left foot Tuesday noon when an ax slipped while he was chopping on a rotted tree in his front yard. He was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital and released. Reports Car Is Stolen Off Lot On E. Broadway A representative of Laughlin and Miles Mercury Sales, 1430 E. Broadway Tuesday noon reported to police the theft of a 1956 model Mercury Monterey from the firm's used car lot. The four-door sedan, police said, was stolen sometime since 5 p.m. Saturday. It was not determined whether the keys had been left in the car. Tells of Taum Sank Alton Kiwanians heard Tuesday night of the successful operation of the Taum Sauk hydroelectric power plant in Missouri. The speaker was Harold Gove, representing the utility. Operated by Union Electric Co. in the Ozarks, the plant pumps water to a mountain top and releases it to create power as it runs through a tunnel down the mountain side. Similar Accidents Unusual 4 Area Children Hurt in Bike Spills Bicycles took an unusual toll Tuesday as four area children toppled off of bikes and suffered n j u r i e s requiring emergency treatment at Alton Memorial Hospital. David Nicklay, 8, was knocked unconscious Tuesday night at a neighbor's home in West Alton, Mo., when the bike he was riding hit a stump and skidded on gravel, throwing him to the pavement. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Nicklay of West Alton, he suffered a black eye, severe abrasions about the head and face, and bruises to his arms in the mishap. He was released after treatment. Since school doesn't start in West Alton until the end of the week, he may be able to go to school, with doctor's permission, his mother said. Allen A. Pruitt, 14, son of Mrs. Edna Pruitt, 325 Mclnerney, was kept home the first day of school after suffering a shoulder injury in a fall from his bike while riding down a steep hill about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, his mother said. She said he suffered a cracked or broken collar or shoulder bone which could not be placed in a cast. Allen will be an eighth grade student at West Junior High School. He was sent home following treatment. Charles Deitz, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Deitz, 1903 Park, fell off his bike in an alley off College avenue when dogs chased him. He suffered abrasions to his head, left elbow and both knees and was released after treatment Tuesday. Priscilla Johnson, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, 25 Holly Hill, Godfrey, was treated Tuesday after her foot slipped off the pedal of her bike and she suffered a cut to her leg on the pedal. She was released following treatment. She attended school today, her father said. ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL! Thursday, Friday & Saturday FREE, SEPT. Sfh Garment Professionally Dry Cleaned. 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