Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1972 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 21, 1972
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A-10 Alton Evening Telegraph Monday, August 21,1972 I i m m a at 1* a. at G: D< so S| P; fo a WJ re ba Bi to Gi po Ct thi up fn br op cu hi: La noi sta pei rul am ke< if; yen drt re- nej wr Alton Memorial ADMSIONS Maclas. Godfrey Barbara White, Jerseyville Douglas Coffler, Godfrey Helen Plumlee East Alton M e r 1 y n n Schreiber 1604 Langdon Orval Lay. Wood River Lela Davis Brighton Edith Carlisle.'Wood River Mary Perko, Cottage Hills Man- Douglas 224 Shaw Eugene Bensman 4128 Alby Rita Zimmerman. 2308 Chantel Donald Hayes 243S Mills Ralph Cox. Rte. l Michael Simpson. Highland Donald Calvey. East Alton Geneva Smith. Cottage Hills Nettie Hillman. Carolyn Hatcher. 3218 Kendall Loujaw Kulilman. Godfifv Betty Dugan. Cottage Hill's Theinia Burgess. Kasf Alton Donald Williams. Bethalto Richard Thomas. Cottage Hills Roland Bland. Brighton Michael Gnien, Medora Donald Burns. 2010 Edwards Melvin Gaitlier. 100 W. Delmar Norbert Runtz Jr.. Godfrey Florence Bostick. Bunker Hill William Turner. 703 Fairview Dive Woodrow Davis. Bethalto Aaron Wells, East Alton Susan Sancamper. Brighton Sherry Fanner, Rte.l Rev. Leonard Todd. Moro Brenda Siler, Wood River Anthony Joynt Jr., Belleville James Gray, 3501 MacArthur Rose Mary Huff, U)7 E. 7th Albert D. Esarey. Jerseyville DISMISSALS Kenneth Tudor. Edwardsville Andrew Short. Brighton Denise Morris. Wood River Maxene Chontofalsky , Wood Rivet- Sharon Gibbs, Godfrey Janice Kacer. Edwardsville Frances Flowers. Moro Alice B a 11 a r d . 2222 Washington Doris Marshall. East Alton Mrs. Opal Molohon. Jerseyville Eugene Whipple. Cottage Hills 1/evona Riggs, East Alton Alton Larry Kristoff, Eat Alton Ray Weigei, Golden Eagle Charles Brake, 3016 College Earlene Miller, Bethato Mary Williams, 3424 Robin John Beckenbach, So. Roxana Donna Smelser, East St. Louis Larry Davis, East Alton Carla Bradshaw, 2808 Brown Valerie Boyer, 3715 Coronado Tracie Cummings, Kane Donna Bright, Wood River Alfred Crider, Wood River Helen Wuestenfeld, Jerseyville Barbara Erickson, Edwardsville Ruth Rogers, 2022 Park Ave. Allen Welch, East Alton C a r m e 1 i t a Dirdsmeyer, Eldred Thelma Mo'rtland, East Alton Sharon Lowery, Edwardsville Carol Duelm, Rte. 1 Sharon Hamberg. 2416 Crislisa Dr. Jenny Moore, Wood River St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS Nell Beall 2203 Virginia Howard Deck, 2724 Residence Aloys Drocge, Meppen Myrtle Findley, 2501 Belle Stanley Gomey, Wood River Wayne Hubbard, Roxana Rodney Lott. 919 Oakwood Larry Mulone, Hardin Robert Slack, 924 Market Gloria Thompson. Wood River John Tomplans Godfrey Lisa Rizzi. Livingston A If red a Monroe. 2717 Viewland Lucille Bycrs. Beihalto Edgar Carner. Brighton Rita Craft, Hardin Gary Greenwood. Wood River Dorothy Hanz, Roxana In and out of area hospitals Gertrude Keltey, East Alton Rose Nuniberger. Brighton Helen Oxley, BethaKo Kdith Russell, 1907 Pleasant Frances Schofiold, Jerseyville F.rma Schwnrm, 553 Highland Lona Stalp. 20,1 Dooley Robert Thnerkoff, Beihalto Shirley Vicregge. 1219 Pearl Freda Wallace, Bethalto Mark Klunk, 1140 Long DISMISSALS Charles Ackcmian. Staiinton Viola Curry. 2,102 Birch Jeffrey Feenewald. Hartford Nancy Giardina, Kdwardsville Virginia Gle-ason. 1712 Bo/za He Lois Hancock, Cottage Hills Clems Herigcr. Carroliton K u n i c e Henderson, 408 Kmorald Kuth .Iohnr-s. 340!) McArthur Hlvd. Carol Jones, 027 Oakwood Ilanny Lackey, Wood River Joseph Scott. East Alton WiKiam Shelton. 504 Ridge Borlha Smith. 2115 Hickory Anna Waldt, Kdwardsvillc Karen Warren, Bunker Hill Rose Weber, 1511 Carter John Woods, 1309 Highland Betty Wheeler, Bethalto Betty Calder, St. Louis, Mo. Nolan Austin, 3229 Brown Elmer Generally, 2501 Delia Evelyn Jackson, 2303 Young Marcey Jackson, 2303 Young William Norton. Godfrey Shirley Ray, Godfrey Violet Reecc, Piasa David Wiegand, Bethalto Dennis WUschetz, Bethalto St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Geneva Jenkins, 214 Harriett Jean Burgess, Wood River Steven Stoner, Cottage Hills DISMISSALS Kenneth Hubbard, South Roxana Tracy Proctor, 923 Oakwood Elta Calhoun, East Alton Daryl Belts, Brighton Belle Oldham, 1419 Dorothy Nettie Hillman, Hartford Calla Smith. Bethalto Mary Turnbeaugh, Cottage Hills Rosemary Vitale, 5466 Humbert Michael Cummings, Wood River Janice Cummings, Wood River Michael Adams, 712 Humboldt Fred Taggart, 1433 Cyrus Jersey Community ADMISSIONS Paul McAdams, Jerseyville Minnie Peisker, Hardin Eva Campbell, Jerseyville Tina DeSherlia, Chester Ross Hancock, Jerseyville. Bonnie M.isscy, Golden Eagle Vera McFain, Jerseyville Eddie Noiris, Jerseyville Karen Chappcll, Jerseyville Linda Roberts, Jerseyville Betty Anderson, Hamburg John Sprong, Hardin Linda Hill, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mrs. Virginia Blumenberg, Rockbrldgc Floyd Bull, Brighton Amandii Levi, Grafton Hugh Pike, Golden Eagle Peggy Rose, Hardin Mona Lester, Jerseyville Bonnie Dilkds, Fieldon Margaret Shields, Jerseyville Ethel Novotony. Grafton Margaret Buchanan, Hardin Eva Hutchmson, Jerseyville Meca Foiles, Michael Wayne Parish, Jerseyville Tina De Sherlia, Chester Mabel Shaw Fieldon M;ie McKenney. Jerseyville Lillian Jones, Grafton Thelma Dickerson, Grafton Boycl Memorial (Carroliton) ADMISSIONS Kenneth Crane, Kane Mrs. Jane Nelson, Carroliton Paul Lewis, Medora George Allen, Kampsville Mrs. Christine Pas Pelo, Greenfield Jesse Haven, White Hall DISMISSALS Mrs. Doris Handling, Greenfield Carol Gibcrson, Carroliton Mrs. Rose Lovelace, Palmyra Mrs. Marian Twitchell, Carroliton Lynn Pitchford, Hettick Mrs. Alma Woods, Wrights Carlinville Area ADMISSIONS Harold Parish, Carlinville Grace Straub, Carlinville Jeffrey Johnston, Carlinville Mary Gibson, Brighton DISMISSALS Olive Johnston, Carlinville Richard Payne, Carlinville Antone Forneris, Carlinville Diane Rolando, Virden Charles Gunn, Girard Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Mrs. Helen Bradshaw, Alton Howard Elledge, East Alton Raymond Enlow, Cottage Hills Mrs. Bonita Sparks, 124 S. Ninth Mrs. Nellie Taylor, Bethalto Mrs. Patsy Young, Alton Mrs. Louise Broekman, 149 E. Acton Can-oil Buller, Godfrey Bue! Hicks, 804 Lincoln Debra Oliva, 613 Grove Timothy Patrtdge, East Alton Mrs. Alice Richardson, Cottage Hills DISMISSALS Mrs. Nellie Taylor, Bethalto Rlckle McLain, Bethalto Jerry Cox, Alton Mrs. Virginia Delaney, East Alton Mrs. Minnie Kern, 819 Old St. Louis Kd Felix Lostettler, Bethalto Mrs. Alberta Murray, Roxana Mrs, Jane Blaine, East Alton Wilbert White, Alton Donna Carter, 786 State Terry Satterlee, Cottage Hills Freddie Garris Jr., Alton Mrs. Gertie Dutton, 835 Madison Mrs. Priscilla Minder, South Roxana Mrs. Evalene Haven, East Alton Mrs. Phyllis smith, Hartford John Roberts, East Alton Mrs. Dianne Bryant, Cottage Hills Tammy Sterling, 562 Shellview Mrs. Patricia West, Hartford Mrs. Cynthia Moore, East Alton Mrs. Blennie Moak, 245 S. 14th St. Joseph's (Highland) ADMISSIONS Lloyd Best, Edwardsville Richard Harrison, Edwardsville Mrs. Sherry Highly, Edwardsville .Mrs. Dera Jason, Edwardsville Howard Knecht, Edwardsville William Ritchie, Edwardsville Anton Shimunek, Edwardsville Mary Young, Edwardsville Mrs. Herman Shasheck, Glen Carbon DISMISSALS Mrs. Linda Hamby, Edwardsville George Leu, Edwardville Mrs. Helen Lott, Edwardsville Mrs. Olinda Volz, Edwardsville Mrs. Jane Josse, Edwardsville Staiinton Community ADMISSIONS Louis Angal, Livingston Ann Masinelli, Staunton DISMISSALS George Meyer, Worden Uldine Wilkes, Dorchester Roy Sauerwein, Worden Steven Quart, Staunton State Fair draws 610,873 fans during its 10-day run By H. JOSEF HEBERT Associated Press Writer SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) The stripper in the burlesque tent moved through her final performance quicker than usual and across the carnival grounds a young man selling roasted chickens said "We'll tear down tonight and it ain't a moment too soon." With that, and an occasional roar of applause from the drum and bugle corps competition at the grandstand, the 1972 Illinois State Fair ended quietly Sunday night, having entertained more than 600,000 in its 10-day run. P r e 1 i m i n a r y receip's showed that 610,873 persons attended the fair during its first nine days paying $648,207 in admission, an increase of §238,842 over last year. Fair attendance was down somewhat this year, but manager Robert Park said last year's figures were sig- n i f i c a n 11 y exaggerated because of inaccurate counting procedures. Receipts, he said, were higher across the board. The fair was changed considerably under Park, who instituted a free admission policy for all 'grandstand entertainment, except auto races, and a general admission increase of 50 cents. Park, who took over the fair last October, may have other changes next year. He is seriously working on bringing back beer, which was banned after a melee 15 years ago. "You don't have to operate a beer tent improperly," Park said this week. "I can see no ill effects on our 4-H kid" and other youngsters. In fact, I think it could be an asset to the fair." Park said, "The biggest problem will be deciding who will operate it because this will be a highly sought-after prize." The agricultural competition—which fair officials have lauded as the biggest such show in the world- continued tn play a significant roll, but an unprecedented number of persons this year saw quality attractions at the grandstand. The biggest crowd—50,000 persons for two performances— saw the singing group Sonny and Cher Thursday night. Highlighting an entertainment lineup which brought 216,000 persons into the arena the first nine days. Last year, Park said, grandstand performances cost between $2 and $6 a ticket played to only 5,700 a day. Before the fair opened, Park had expected 900,000 persons to attend. Later he lowered that figure' considerably saying he had based the 900,000 on last year's "exaggerated" figures. With schools in the area opening August 29th, it doesn't leave much time for the busy families. There's that last minute vacation.. .a trip to the -/oo.. .school clothes for the kids.. .and hardly any time left for things you have to do around the house or.. .the family banking. At Wedge Bank.. .we're a banking family who realizes the problems of a busy mother getting her children ready to start back to school. For her convenience, our TV Motor Bank. . .located on Front Street, between Henry and Ridge — is open from S:00 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday and from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon on Saturday. Visit Your Wedge Bank Family ALTON BANKING &TRU5TCO For Your Banking Need* ALTON BANKING & TRUST CO. "Your full Service Wedge Hunk" MtMBUB tKDEKAK DEPOSIT INSUKANCU CORP. Happy reunion Lana Odunkesenler, left, was reunited with her 11- month-old son, Aaron, Sunday night at Cleveland Airport. The child had been separated from his parents since July 28 because of passport difficulties in Turkey. The boy was brought back by Stella Rizak, left, a ticket agent for Pan American World Airways in Cleveland. Miss Rizak volunteered to fly to Turkey and get the child. (AP Wirephoto) Illinois man killed by rock while on hike in New Mexico ALBUQUERQUE, N . M . (AP) — State Police said an Illinois man died Sunday from head injuries he received Saturday when a rock struck him in the head as he hiked MI La Luz Trail in the Sandia Mountains ner Albuquerque. State Police said the victim was Dr. Francis Mergen, 53, chairman of the industrial engineering department at Bradley University, Peoria, HI. Police said the rock which struck him apparenty was hurled down the mountainside, but police and forest rangers said they didn't know who threw the rock. Police said Mergen was accompanied on the hike by his wife and by Mr. and Mrs. Willis Endear., Alburquerque, whom they were visiting. Endean said he heard voices further up the mountain prior to the in- cident. He said the party was about three-fourths of a mile from the 10,000-foot-high summit on the Sandia crest when the rocks started falling. Endean aid, "We screamed and jumped down trying to find cover. Dr. Mergen was hit after he stood up to see where the rocks were coming from." 2 Youths arrested on liquor charges Two 17-year-old South Roxana boys were arrested in Alton Saturday night on separate charges of intoxication and illegal possession of an alcoholic beverage. Jefrefy Moore of 118 Indiana St., South Roxana, was charged with intoxication after police found him lying alongside a car in the block of Michigan Street. Terry Moroe, of 301 Rose St.', South Roxana, who was charged with illegal possession, told police he had driven the other Moore to that area to see a girl. When police checked the car they found 19 cans of beer in a cooler, in addition to a bottle of sloe gin was broken, police said. A 14-year-old boy with the pair was also picked up by police and later released to his parents. VOTE YES TOMORROW Polls Are Open 7:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M. Precinct No. Polling Place 1 Irving School 2 McKinley School 3 Lincoln School 4 Washington School 5 Humboldt School 6 Clara Barton School 7 Horace Mann School 8 Milton School 9 Fosterburg School 10 Godfrey School 11 Gilson drown School 12 Thomas Jefferson School 13 Union School Address 1020 State St., Alton, III. 121 W. Elm, Alton, III. 1021 Alton St., Alton, III. 929 Milnor Ave., Alton, III. 1028 E. 6th St., Alton, III. 409 Main St., Alton, III. 2708 Edwards St., Alton, III. 3325 Fernwood Ave., Alton, III. Foster Township, III. Godfrey Township, III. Godfrey Township, III. 2603 N. Rodgers Ave., Alton, III. Humbert Rd., Godfrey Township, III. Library IMPROVEMENT FOR EVERYONE W FOR RIDE TO POLLS 462-0651 4 Greene youths hurt in crashes CARROLLTON - Four Greene county youths were injured in two separate highway accidents over the weekend. Danny Rawe, 23, of Carroliton and Forrest Price, 25, of Greenfield, were treated at Boyd Memorial Hospital for injuries they received at 12:30 a.m. Saturday in a car- motorcycle crash on Rte. 108 about four miles west of Rte, 267. The Rawe car ran off of the edge of the pavement several time before it struck the Price motorcycle, police said. Danny Schild, 14, and Charles Dean Goode, 18, both of Greenfield, were injured late Sunday afternoon when the vehicles they were driving crashed on a country road five miles south of White Hall. The Schild truck and the Goode car collided on a blind curve in the roadway, police said. A Carroliton youth, who was injured in a one-car accident early Saturday morning, was ticketed for failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Darrel Gansz, of Rte. 1, Carroliton, told police that he fell asleep at the wheel. The car went out of control and struck an enbankment. A Shipman youth, Terry Barnett, 21, escaped injury early Saturday when the car he was driving ran into a ditch on the Carlinville- Shipman Blacktop road at Plainview. Barnett told police that he swerved ' to avoid striking an unidentified vehicle and the car went out of control and left the roadway. Police arrest Fieldon man JERVEYVILLE — City police ticketed a Fieldon man with disorderly conduct early Saturday morning after he tossed a trash can into the middle of State Street (Rte. 267 in the city). Herbert G. Heitzig, 21, of Rte. 1, Fieldon jumped from his car about 1:10 p.m. and threw the trash can into the street, police said. Traffic was interrupted until the'can was removed, police said. In other police news, Ricky L. Hinman, 17, of 409 Leavett and Dennis L. Schafter, 17, of 812 Carpenter St. were ticketed for illegal possession of liquor. m I VOTE YES L TTN ibrary IMPROVEMENT FOR EVERYONE W AUGUST 22 MAYTAG was, jumuumis • Cosh And Carry • Bank Financing • 90 Day Budget Account cys Open Frl "TU 9 315 Belle St. r v-. Sta Cy Before You Buy Ph. 465.2588 MEASURE THE DOLLARS OF ACCIDENT PROTECTION ICMA GIVES YOU FOR JUST PENNIES A DAY! DEMPSEY TEUS THE STORY OF 79 YEAR OLD INSUR. ANCC fIRM AND WHY HE RECOMMENDS THEM! If you were injured tomorrow, who would pay you? This is the 80th year that ICMA has helped People after they have been hurt. ICMA pays you personally at home or in the hospital. Benefits accrue from the very first day Any way you measure it, dollars of protection for pennies is a great deal. Write Jack Dempsey a card, merely saying, "Please tell me about ICMA", and full facts will be * mailed to you without obligation. 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