Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 8, 1972 · Page 3
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September 8, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, September 8,1972 A4 Warning issu ed to county taverns I t's not for fishing n llain produced many "lakes" in low- lying areas ot Alton like this one in Riverside Park. This puddle caused'wet going for motorists because it floods the street. This rain will help the area gain on the year's rainfall deficit caused hy a Jong, hat summer. Kuins hit last night at about dusk and continued throughout the night in five surrounding areas. EDWARDSVILLE - Liquor license applicants and tavern owners renewing operating licenses are being warned by Nelson Hagnauer, Madison County board chairman and liquor license commissioner, that serving of minors will not be tolerated. Hagnauer has been warning new liquor license applicants that initial violations relating to servng under-21 youths will result in tavern closures. Hagnauer said the closure policy is flexible. Taverns will be shut down from one to Chemical engineers to hear Dr. Dreifke Dr. Gerald E. Dreifke, manager of research and development for Union Electric Co., will speak on "Union Electric — Planning for the Future," at a meeting Wednesday of the Alton-Wood River section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. The meeting will be held at (he Flaming Pit restaurant in Edwardsville, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Dr. Dreifke will discuss some of the research and development goals at Union Electric as the company prepares to meet the large increase in electrical energy requirements forecast for the future. Storms rip into area; some wind, hail damage By SANFORDSCHMIDT . Telegraph Staff Writer Storms which ripped through the area Thursday night and this morning brought the area about 2% inches closer to the average rainfall for the first nine months of the year, but caused hail and wind damage, especially to areas around Greenfield. T h e National Weather Service said this morning that the area is now only about 51/6 inches behind normal. Before it was behind about eight inches. At the intersection of Routes 67, 108 and 111 neat- Greenfield, a construction trailer was blown off its foundation by high winds and hail damaged a nearby •cornfield. Trees were reported blown down on farmlands near Greenfield and Carrollfnn. At Fayette, five inches of rain was reported last night. The wind uprooted trees three miles west of Greenfield, where, residents said, a path appeared to have been cut through the area. The General Telephone Co., which handles phone service for .Jerseyville and Carrollton. had a total of about 25 to 30 cases of trouble caused by falling trees, limbs and wires in those two cities. In Jerseyville, a stop light at Pearl and State streets was blown clown and put out of service. Further south, in the Alton- Godfrey area, damage was less extensive. Lightning struck a utility pole at 4636 Mary St. in Godfrey and ran into fuse boxes at homes at 4634 Mary St. and 201 Luella St. The top of the pole was splintered and cracked a n d the meter was knocked out. Apparently no wires were knocked down. In Alton, lightning struck a utility pole at Main and Salu Streets and tore clown a telephone wire. No damage was reported farther, south in the Wood River and Edwardsville areas. GoHplete Set iltAttachments HURRY! 14-HOUR E3SI6R TO appiB than paint Olympic STRIH c«,,.- ot. "Master ('hnrgv" MOVER SUPPLY 500 Belle—Ph. 465-3447 FRIDAY —JUNE 16th 5 P.M. to 9 P.M. SATURDAY—JUNE 17th 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. 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Several J & A Springman CHAIN LINK FENCING county board members at the August board meeting criticized the $300 fee as being too low. The $300 fee was adopted in 1934. Several Madison County communities levy a more expensive liquor- license fee. Alton charges $625 annually, Wood River levies a $500 fee for I a.m. licenses and $900 for 2 a.m. licenses. Ed- wardsvllle and Collinsville charge $400. Granite City charges $700. Other Telegraph area counties generally charge $500 for tavern licenses. Edward Voumard, license committee chairman aid District No. 9 representative of Alton, said the present fee system would be revised. Voumard expects to submit a new fee system to the county board in October. Godfrey, III. PI). 468-3M1 Notice to our Friends and Customers IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR FREE SUMMER FURNACE CHECK BY THIS DATE, PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE FOR AN APPOINTMENT. EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 1972 OUR AFTER HOUR SERVICE CHARGE WILL BE $10.00 MINIMUM. 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