Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 28, 1972 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 28, 1972
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Alton Evening Telegraph Monday, August 28, 1972 A-3 . 1 killed, 3 hurt in S. Roxana crash A 32-year-old Pontoon Beach woman was killed Saturday afternoon and three other persons seriously Injured in a three - car accident in South Roxana. Dead on arrival at Wood Elver Township Hospital was Norma Jean Mayes, 4080 Central. She was a passenger In a car driven by her sister, Mrs. Daisey C. Sparks, 33, 624 Hill Lane, Edwardsville. Also Injured was Mrs. Sparks' son, Larry, 16, also a passenger in the car. Another injury was the driver of another car, 82-year- old Joseph D. Grizzle Sr., Ill Henry St., East Alton. The driver of the third car, 74- year-old George D. Jones, 311 Shamrock, East Alton, refused medical attention. South Roxana Police Chief Ed Bailie said the accident occurred as Mrs. Sparks, southbound on Rte. Ill, lost control of her car, crossed the centerline and hit Jones's car. Grizzle, who was following Jones in the northbound lane, hit the Sparks car broadside. This morning, hospital officials said Mrs. Sparks and her son were in satisfactory conditions with pelvis injuries. Grizzle was also listed in satisfactory condition, with injuries to his face and stomach. Bailie said no charges will be filed until he has a chance Hardin woman hurt in weekend crash Candidate's helper Dan Walker Jr., son of: the Democratic candidate for Illinois governor, greets residents of the Yinger Nursing Home, 1623 W. Delmar, Godfrey, on Sunday. He toured three Alton area nursing home to discuss voter registration. The youth, 23, also answered questions about his father's campaign. The other nursing homes he visited were Bhi Fountain and Elder Care. (Telegraph photo by Dave Stahlhut) Man charged after fight with brother A 43-year-old East Alton man was arrested Saturday evening after a fight with his brother on a used car lot and the finding of a pistol in his car by police. Fred Perkins, 198 Goulding. was arrested after the fight between himself and his brother, Allen, 47, 3C5 Woodlawn, Wood River. The fight took place on a lot owned by Allen Perkins at St. Louis and Goulding in East Alton. Allen Perkins told police his brother had driven in, jumped out of his car and started fighting. He also said Fred Perkins carried a gun in his car. While Sgt.. Dennis Childs was getting information on the fight from Allen Perkins, Fred Perkins drove up and demanded that police arrest his brother. Childs searched Fred Perkins' car, finding a .22-caliber tear-gas gun. Fred Perkins was arrested for unlawful use of weapons and peace disturbance. Ho was later released on $125 cash bond. In other police news, two accidents early this morning led to the arrests of two men. In one, at 1:21 a.m., a 39 year-old Alton man, Delmar Roberts, 2808. Sunnyside, was charged with failure to reduce? speed, failure to notify poiice and destruction of property after he ran into one of the traffic islands in the il- nersection of Rtes. 3 and 143. A witness took the car's license number and called police, who found Roberis' name in registration records. Alton police picked up Roberts at his home, where he said he thought he had a broken nose from the accident. He was taken to S*. Joseph's Hospital for treatment of minor injuries anil released. X-rays showed no broken bones. In the other accident, a Jennings, Mo., man, 23-year- old Joseph Collins, 2032 Giordan, lost control of his car on Rte. 3 at 4:20 a.m. and skidded into a sign in front of the Lewis & Clark Motel. He was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to remain in traffic lanes. HARDIN — A 50-year-old woman was injured Sunday during a two-car collision on Rte. 100 near Hardin, state police said today. Injured was Florence Hallemeyer, who police said Fire guts vacant residence Fire gutted a vacant house at 8 East Delmar St., In Godfrey early this morning. The house started burning about 3:58 a.m. and after soaking the fire and leaving, firemen were called o u t a second time when a neighbor reported smoke still coming from the remains of the building. Owner of the house is unknown, officials said. Walls of the structure were left standiing but the inside was gutted by the fire which appeared to have originated in either a kitchen or bathroom. Origin of the fire was undetermined. Two other fires, both minor, were also reported in Godfrey Sunday. suffered internal injuries when the car she was driving slammed into a car driven by Charles Rulon, 41, of Hardin. Police said Rulon had stopped on Rte. 100 for a lift bridge when Mrs. Ahllemeyer slammed into the rear of his vehicle. She was taken to the Hardin Medical Center and later transferred to Jersey Community Hospital where she was admitted for treatment. Her condition is listed as satisfactory. Police said Mrs. Hallemeyer will be charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Rulon suffered minor injuries in the accident, but refused medical attention, police said. In another accident Sunday in Calhoun County, Gene Walker of Rte. 1, Nebo, was injured when the car in which he was riding ran off Rte. 100, near Kampsville, rolled down an embankment and Area to have phone setup in telethon for dystrophy 69 ea. HOME SUPPLY CCRirEftS NOW IN EAST ALTON CHECK & COMPARE OUR LOW PRICES PLUMBING GUTTERING 10 Ft. LENGTHS 1 49 ** White Painted A44 Aluminum ^ " ix Embossed | 39 Aluminum I FURNACES 80,000 BTU -I -I COO MODEL CM-SOD I 19 PRE—HUNG DOORS 24"-28"-30 A195 32-36" Widths Zl 2*4*8 Ft. if C YP Const /D 2x4i8Ft. ^ AC Copper Tubes • W'Ells ea.7° • Vj" T's eo. 1 3° WATER HEATERS -30 GAL >K>95 GAS IT 59 95 «, 64 95 PRE-FINISH PANELS " 4'«7' <M9 (3-colors) eo. X k* 4'»8' ea. Z ECONO GRADE PANELS PREFINI5HED 199 k*4'»7' ea. ECOGRD 49 1 < ,x4'»8' ea. C ROMEX-BLDG WIRE ^ 2SO Ft. Coils W/0 Ground 7" 10 59 3/8" Plasterboard $|23 $469 4'x8' Joint Cement Pre-Mixed 5 Gal. 14-2 12-2 OPEN DAILY AND SAT. 8:00-5:30 MON-fRI Illl« 00 CASH S CARRY PHONE 25<( 002:2 545 W. St. Louis Ave. PRICES GOOD THRU SEPT. 2nd • EAST ALTON STORE ONLY The Alton area will have a "satellite phone station" at Hoefert Dodge, 801 East Broadway, Sept. 3 and 4 for use in the annual Jerry Lewis telethon for the Muscular Dystrophy Association of America. The telethon will lie seen over KPLR-TV, Channel 11 in St. Louis, but a phone system, plus tabulating operation and mail sorting system will be established at the auto dealer showroom for area contributions. The phone number for the operation will be announced during the telethon. Phillip Walker, Madison County coordinator for the muscular dystrophy association, said the phone setup is a first for Alton and said he needs 80 to 100 volunteers to help during the weekend of fund raising. SUPER VALUE! Famous Zenith quality and outstanding dependability at a LOW, LOW PRICE! 2 chickens, catfish stolen ALL NEW 1973 Charles Ervin of 2307 Belle St., reported to police at 7:24 a.m. Sunday the theft of two chickens, a catfish and a new empty wallet. Terry Watley of 1210 Main St, reported the theft of $125 from his home sometime between 2:30 p.m. Saturday and 10:38 a.m. Sunday. In a third burglary reported Sunday, Lloyd Straub of 17 Marietta Place listed the theft of two shotguns, a pellet pistol, portable radio and a Hamilton wrist watch valued at $100. SPECIAL! Each Tues.. Wed., Thurs. of every week Dry Cleaning Special! Every $6.00 order of cleaning only $i FREE CASH GIVEN AWAY EACH WEEK ALTON OMMOMI l)M nrcuM« 329 State, Alton ............................ 468-8461 WE CLEAN UNTIL 3 P.M. DAILY THRU SATURDAY rnrc CUSTOMER PARKING I KbC ON 4th ST. SIDE OF CLEANERS V. The ESSEX D3720L Cabinet in Beige with Dark Brown front. VHP Dipole Antenna. UHF Loop Antenna. • Sunshine" picture tube High performance chassis • Super video range tuner SEE IT TODAY! • Easy Payment • Bank Financing • 90 Days Budget Account See Cy Before You Buy 315 Belle St. Ph. 465-2588 turned over. Police said Walker was a passenger in a car driven by Ilerold D. Foster, 31. of Jersey ville. Walker was treated at the Hardin Medical Center and later transferred to Jersey Community Hospital where he was admitted for treatment. Foster received minor injuries in the accident, but reports indicate he refused medical treatment. Foster was charged by police for driving too fast for conditions. I n Jerseyville, thieves netted and undetermined amount of change from two vending machines during a break-in of the Jersey County Motor Co. 218 N. Stale St.. Sunday. Police said entry was gained through a window in the garage section of the building. Once inside, the thieves pried open a cigarette machine and a candy machine and removed the change containers from each, police said. QUALITY CONSCIOOS? BUDGET CONSCIOUS? SHOP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD TOM-BOY See Our Budget Stretching Ad Wednesday! OUR LONG-WEARING VOLVOS COME IN ELEVEN MACHINE-WASHABLE, FADE- RESISTANT COLORS. All our Volvos we;ir six coals. Which is why a Volvo of liny color is kltMlly.siiiieci to lake a lot ol wash and wear. 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IMo. 1 Air Conditioning Maker Aj Phone Your Participating Dealer For FREE ESTIMATE CALL Carrier 462-9584 acco 310 FRONT ST., ALTON, ILL EXTRA SPECIALS .... with purchase of 38 CR System.... -.V CARRIER ELECTRONIC AIR FILTER - $195 installed* ,. CARRIER AUTOMATIC FURNACE HUMIDIFIER $65 installed • 2-2' i Ton Site to talk to all the drivers Involved. He said that by late Sunday afternoon, he was unable to talk with Mrs. Sparks or Grizzle because of their injuries. A quantity of new racing equipment was stolen from the auto of Larry Kirkpatrick, 616 Halloran in Wood River, while his car was parked outside Phil's Tavern on Edwardsville Road over the weekend. Taken were a racing helmet, racing boots, racing uniform and 24 or 25 face shields for the helmet. Used items were left in the trunk. Kirkpatrick told police someone broke the right passenger window of his car with a beer bottle, and then pulled the inside trunk latch to gain entrance to his automobile. No value was put on the stolen items. A 21-year-old Wood River man was cut on his face, chest, and arms by an unknown assailant when the young man left his apartment to check a noise he heard outside early today, according to Wood River police. Injured was Larry Morgan of 268 S. 13th St., who said he heard someone fooling around with his apartment door at 2:35 a.m. today. He told police he turned on the outside light, but could not see anyone, so he went outside to investigate. When Moran rounded the corner of the building, a tall young man jumped at him and slashed him with a knife or sharp instrument. All Lines of Insurance Homeowners, Fire, Auto, Boat, Commercial Life, Accident, Health BROAD RIDGE AGENCY Don VanMeter, Mgr. 311 Ridge 462-9217—Evenings 254-1353 Your kind of auto insurance MFA Auto Insurance can provide you with protection against driving hazards with a policy designed for your special needs. See or call your MFA agent today. DONALD E. 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