Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 20, 1963 · Page 11
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September 20, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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Section 2 Pages 11*18 Established January 15, 1836. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport Ctnsrified Amusement* Baze Held For Jersey Grand Jury JERSEYVILLE - Billy Baze who has been charged with the burglary of the Elmer Gumming store at 805 Summer St., wa bound over to the Jersey Count} grand jury Thursday at a hear ing before Justice of the Peace Harry Coop Jr. The grand jury will convene Monday. Bond for Baze's appear ance was set at $4,000 and in de fault he was confined to the county jail. Baze was the object of severa man hunts in Greene and Madi son counties during the period following the Cummings burglary The initial hunt took place east of Carrollton near the junction o! Rtes. 67 and 108 where the defendant escaped from state police into a cornfield. He was finally picked up in the East Alton area after another hunt there and was returned here and pleaded not guilty upon his arraignment. The prosecution here Thursday introduced two witnesses, Elmer Cummings, proprietor of the burglarized store. and Chief of Police Herman H. Blackorby Jr. Cummings related that his store had been broken into and an adding machine, cartridges and other items taken the morning of Aug. 14. A screen had been removed from a window of the residence section of the store building to gain entrance. Chief Biackorby told of the recovery of the stolen adding machine in Carrollton where it had been sold by Baze to J. L. Griffith for $10. Five dollars was paid in cash and Baze took a check ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY', SEPTEMBER 20, 1963 WEST JVN10R CHEER LEADERS Posing in a huge "W" are the varsity cheerleaders and two alternates at West Junior High School in Alton. Arms of the emblem are, left, Debbie Pollard, Jean Adney, Connie Volner, captain; Kathy Schwartz and Susan Moehle. Inside frame is Marie Sweeney. On ground are alternates, Nancy Kried and Susie Dehner. from Griffith for the balance. Officials here later received tip and went to Carrollton wher the adding machine was recove ed and a charge placed again Baze. State police of the are heard the police broadcast nam ing Baze and were the first to con tact him. Trooper Lyle D. Lee of Brigh on recognized the car of Baze. Negroes Back In Chicago Grade School CHICAGO (AP) - Twenty-eigh children held out of an all-Negr school to protest a pupil punish ment policy have been welcomec back by the principal, who sail he is willing to "let bygones be bygones." The Negro children, sent the last three weeks to a makeshif school in the St. Mary Baptis Church, returned Thursday to Beale Elementary School. Willard Johnston, a white educa tor who is the South Side school's principal, had been accused o subjecting pupils to indignities and excessive punishment. He contends he has never endorsee corporal punishment. Meanwhile, in two white neigh borhoods, pickets carried placards outside Bogan High School am: Washington High School, protest ing a Board of Education plan to allow transfer of gifted students to certain high schools for ad vanced pre-college studies. Later Thursday, however Supt. Benjamin C. Willis announced a list of nine high schools where the studies will be offered and Bogan and Washington were not on it. The pickets said they opposed transfer of students to these two schools because they already were overcrowded. The list was made up of Amund sen, Roosevelt, Senn, Foreman, Von Steuben, Tilden, Lindbloom, Harper and Calumet high schools. Willis said preliminary applica tions for the transfers were received from 105 pupils. He said the number of transfers and new assignments would not be decided until next week. District Parent Teacher Workshop Set in Jersey NEXT PARTY — DRY LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — A reward of $84 has been offered for information about thieves who took 43 cases of Scotch whiskey and a raincoat from the American Embassy warehouse, Nigerian Police reported. Avoid (be Hush/ Call Us Now for... WEST KENTUCKY Big Lump and Stoker COAL Prompt Clean Delivery. Alto Complete Fuel Oil Service. MISSISSIPPI VALLEY COAL CO.. 462-1841 JERSEYVILLE — Announcement has been made by Mrs. V. J. Brazier, vice president of the Department of Education of the Illinois Congress of Parent Teachers that a district school of in struction will be conducted here at the West Elementary Schoo Monday evening at 7:30. The conclave will be attendee by officers- and -chairmen of al the PTA units in the district. A welcome will be extended to them by Mrs. Don Schulte of Otterville PTA council chairman in Jersey County. Mrs.. Charles Wade, president of the PTA of the host school, will also extend words ol welcome. Mrs. Brazier plans to explain the PTA structure and the relationship of local units to Council, D of VV Will Hold Conclave At Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE — The Daughters of the Union Veterans of the :ivil War will hold a district con vention at Chapman Hall here icxt Thursday. The welcoming address will be be given by Attorney John Self. Visiting officers who will par- icipate are: Mrs. Marianne Tully of Chicago, Department of Illi- lois president; Erma Taylor of Sranite City, a district officer, nd Hulda Rethmeicr of Edwards | ille, a council member. ' I District, Illinois and National Congresses. The following workshops wil be conducted: duties of presidents and vice-presidents, Mrs William Walston; duties of secre taries and treasurers, Mrs. Mike Ritter; program, Mrs. Brazier; budget and finance, Homer Johnson, and membership and hospitality, Mrs. Raymond Tadlock. Third Victim OfRoodhouse Crash Dies JACKSONVILLE, 111. (AP)-An auto mishap last Friday night near Roodhouse has claimed a third victim, Darwin R. Chapman, 20, Chapman, who died Thursday night in a Jacksonville hospital, was one of five young men return- Bunker Hill Gets Grant Of $55,000 WASHINGTON, D. C. (Special: — A total of $55,000 for construe tion of a new sanitary sewer collection system extension costing $84,000 ha& been .granted to the city of Bunker Hill, '111., under ac celerated public works, the office of Congressman Paul Findley an nounced today. ng to their homes in Roodhouse from a high school football game when their auto ran off a country road. The accident killed outright rlenry Hannaford, 22, and Virgil Nebergall, 19, died the following night. For Personal Service ... In all your Insurance Problems Call or visit the HANFELDER INSURANCE AGENCY Across from New Village Hall 104 W. Main St. E. Alton Dial 254-0648 We Write All Lines LIMITED TIME! PITTSBURGH Regular $7.58 GALLON . 598 In White and Ready-Mixed Body Colors. Headquarters for PITTSBURGH PAINTS 7 PiET HIGH! ROUND RED CEDAR POSTS 50" 4-INCH DRAIN TILE 12' SPECIAL! EACH 6ERSON ST. AT THE BiLTLINE OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY For dead Lumber...Call This Number—465-7701 BUILDING SUPPLY 2.5 Million Suit Filed in Macoupin CARLINVILLE - Damages o_ $2,250,000 are asked in a suit filed here in Macoupin County Circuit Court this week on behalf of Norman E. Hulcher of Virden against Archer - Daniels - Midland Co., a corporation of Minne sola and Lee Boland. The action was taken for alleged wrongful attachment of property belonging to the plaintiff. According to the biii a writ of attachment was issued out of Macoupin County Circuit Court on Aug. 10, 1959 but on July 26, 1960 the court determined that the plaintiff was not indebted to the defendant and no cause existed or the issuance of the writ and the attachment was to be discharged but the property was not •eturned to the plaintiff's possession because the corporation appealed to the Third District Ap- >ellate Court. The Appellate Court is said to have decided in favor of Hulcher on Sept. 6, 1961 but the corpora- ion then made an appeal to the Supreme Court shortly thereaf- er. The petition for leave to appeal was denied on Jan. 22, 1962, he bill further stated. As a result Hulcher claims he ras wrongfully denied the use of lis property from Aug. 11, 1959 Jan. 22, 1962, that he was en- aged in farming and business ac- ivities and the attachment derived him of the use of his prop- rty for the purpose of obtaining redit and other business activi- es, thereby suffering consider- ble damage in business enter- rise and business negotiations nd further deprived him of the ale of the portion of land and im- rovements thereon. He also charged that by virtue f the publicity and publication of vrit his business, professional and personal reputation was dam- iged and he was forced to spend pwards of $50,000 as direct re- ult of the wrongful attachment .nd he had to spend large sums f money for defense of the at- achment and suit and for costs, ees and expenses expended. Boland is listed as a surety of a bond executed and approved in he Circuit Court with the corporation as principal of the bond. Sumner Man Wins State Plowing Title VANDALIA, 111. (AP) - Com petitors from eight states were registered today for the 18th annual National Field Plowing Contests under auspices of the American Plowmens Association. Wallace D. Lewis, Sumner, and Roy Barclay, Carlock, were the :op tractor drivers Thursday in Illinois competition. Each man captured more than 80 per cent of possible points in his division. State and federal officials, including Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman, were scheduled to address the event today and Saturday. Lewis won the state contour plowing title with 80.4 points. The division trophy for safe driving went to Hank Quandt, Mason. Other drivers in the contour division were Earl Muir, Odell, with 77.9 points, James Grubbi Canton, with 72.2, Elmer Beer, Roanoke, with 70.1, and Quandt with 17.4. The level-land plowing division was won by Barclay's 81.7 points. Earl Bauer, Bingham, was the On the anniversary of the Bat le of Waterloo, the Duke oi Vellington delivers to Windsor Castle—before noon—a small 'rench Tricolor. The flag is quit rent for the great Berkshire state awarded to the first duke tfter he defeated Napoleon. 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Discvs^ljF^mvECasey Named To Macoupin Farm Post Edwardsville Chamber of Commerce Secretary Albert Paul! (left) and president William Mindrup (right) discussing this year's United Fund drive at Edwardsville with UF business chairman R. P. McAlpin. division safety winner. Loren Heape, Tamaroa, had 72.2 points in the division plow- ng, Bauer had 72.5, and Milton ^eman, Secor, had 69.8. National competition originated n Iowa, where plow contests date o 1902. The contests were held fter 1950 in Ohio, Missouri, Minnesota and Wisconsin before mov- by farm implement firms have created a fair-like atmosphere, is on the Lawrence Hoffman farm north of Vandalia. National level-land competition begins today at 10:30 a.m. BERLIN — It is expected that American troop concentrations will soon be reduced in Germany, ng to Illinois for the first time in | not to pacify the Kremlin as was hinted but because of American 954. The contest site, where exhibits unpopularity in Europe. CARLINVILLE — Larry Casey of Pitfsfield has been accepted the position as assistant farm adviser of Macoupin County to begin work Nov. 1, Casey is 26 and graduated from (he University of Illinois in 1960, While at the U. of I. he did special research work In agronomy. Casy was reared on a farm in Fayette County near ftamsly. He served as assistant farm adviser in Pike County where he is presently employed. His work in Pike County has been primarily with 4-H and Rural Youth and he has spent considerable time in soils work and soil test interpretations. He will fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Charles Willman in July when the latter became farm adviser in Randolph County. Sportsmans Club to Meet at Carrollton CARROLLTON — A special meeting of C and E Sportsmans Club has been called for Monday at 8 p.m. in the former I.O.O.F. hall on the east side of the square. The purpose of the meeting is to determine whether or not to sell the former I.O.O.F. Hall which was bought some time ago by the club. ft B /% • Jl • CELEBRATING OUR Superior Carpet Company | 2m Anniversary FOR For Example: If you need 25 yards of carpet you pay for only 20 yards. YOU GET 5 YDS. FREE! THRIFTY SHOPPERS ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THIS SALE AND SOME STOCKS ARE GONE - Be An "Early Bird" Shopper for best choice of patterns. GOME OUT TO EITHER STORE TONITE! SUPERIOR CARPET CO.: (We are open till NEVE) WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER 1636 MAIN STREET—ALTON IRh COME IN AND MEET THE NEW MANAGER OF OUR WOOD RIVER STORE .. Mr. Lou Brown .. and his Wife, Kay! Held Over! 2 More Weeks! MOUNTAIN OF TURF BUILDER CONTEST! .I HERE'S ALL YOU DO! Simply come in and estimate the number o sacks of Scotts Turf Builder m the dis- "pay in front of our Wood Wv...store. Jhe 3 closest guesses each week are the win ne?^Enter as many times as you w M, No purchase necessary. Deposit entries at [he counter in our store. W.nners w.ll be ' notified. Winners To Be Selected Thursday, Sept. 26 and Thursday, Oct. 3 Register anytime before these dates to be eligible to win! At Our Wood River Store Each Week We're Giving 3 BIG PRIZES! 1ST PRIZE .... $24.75 VALUE 5 BAGS TURF BUILDER 2ND PRIZE .... $18.95 VALUE! SCOTTS NO. 35 SPREADER 3RD PRIZE .... $7.45 VALUE! SCOTTS 2500 SQ. FT. "BIG W" SEED Tills Week's Winner: James F. Tucker 830 Longfellow Wood Biver . . FREE TO EVERYONE WHO ENTERS 39c VALUE CAN SCOTTS "ERASE" PLUS 39c VALUE CAN SCOTTS "KANSEL" WEED KILLER! M\ A Don't Miss Our Complete Selection of NURSERY STOCK! Largest in the Area!! 9TH STREET and EDWARDSVILLE ROAD, WOOD RIVER Phone 254-2841 /IL Other Location*: U'ADIUAN GAUUKNS Godfrey 1'h. 466- BY-1'ASS tili WEST Kdwurdt,ville I'll. B5B-17BU

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