Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 15, 1961 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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SATURDAY, APRIL 18,1961 ALTON BVENTNO TELEGRAPH Obituaries Him, Gilpin Hi*. Mftflfe Tfctf Oltplfi, MMNf of Mm A, Bdion Smith •f lift Wlltowty, Hut Alton, died at 6:30 a.m., Wday In St. Anthonyi rtoapftai where iht had been t patient tor two wwki. Previous to entering the hot* pita! ihe hid rtafded" for four yeari in Illinois Presbyterian Home, Springfield, and before that Had made her, home for 16 yean with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Mr, Smith It superintendent of Kant Alton-Wood River Community High School. Mrs. Ollpln waj born March 8, 1873, at Elbe. Her husband, the late Augustus Ollpln, a representative of American Book Co., was widely acquainted in the teaching profession In Illinois. She was a resident of Centralla for 30 yean prior to 1941 when she went to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Smith. She was a member of Flint Presbyterian Church, Wood River, and pastor of the church, the Rev, Manley L. Mace, wilt officiate at funeral rites Monday at 1 p.m., In Boggs Funeral Home, Centralla. Burial wilt be in Elmwood Cemetery, Cen- tralla. Visitation hours at Ihe funer- wai later mtfrtrt to Mwry Beck, who torvfvn her. Also tumrtnt art thttt daughters, Mm, Bmll Jonfuon, LUchfltld; Mrs. Fred Brufcnalte, Prairietown, ami Mrs, Cordelia Slfget, Stauneon, children of nif first marriage; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Edwin Schmlrtt and Mn. Herman Plogiska, Lttchfleld; 16 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren. Mrs* Buchanan Funeral rites were held today at San Diego, Calif., for Mrs. Orll Buchanan, the former Orll Cresswell, a member of an old Elsah family, and a sister of Miss Betty Cresswell of Alton. Mrs. Buchanan died early Friday morning In hef sleep at her home in San Diego. Her death occurred .just 10 days after, her husband, James T. Buchanan, died. She had been in failing health for some time, but remained active until the fatal Illness. Mrs. Buchanan, 74, was born at Elsah, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mfs. W. J. Cresswell. She was married in 1915 in St. Louis to James T. Buchanan of PRESBYTERIAN DISTRICT MEETING Lay leaden in processional at Fri- sion plans in the districts. The meet- day night's meeting of Presbyterians ing was at Alton First Presbyterian from three districts to discuss expan- Church.—Staff photo. Ex-SlavcJOO, Marries His Eighth Wife CHICAGO fAP) - Mrs. Annlr Ward, 73, now is the eighth wife of Cornelius Hanks Williams Jones, a 100-year-old former slave. The couple was married Friday in the Tabernacle of Perfect Love Baptist Church, where Jones is assistant pastor. He retired as a hod carrier In 1929. The myr bride, a former cook and schoolteacher, said she has been a widow 23 years. She had nine children in her first marriage, four of whom are living. She has 12 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Jones was the father of 14 chil dren by his first wife, Minnie Lou. He outlived her and six subsequent wives as well as 13 of his children. His only surviving child is Mrs. Rosie Thompson, 65, of Maryland. Calif. He has 18 grandchildren and 38 great-grandchildren. . Jones never has worn glasses. smokes a pipe, drinks milk in- New York. They had resided in 'alifornia since 1920. Survivors, in addition to her sister, Betty, are two daughters, j rfii • j 'Mrs. Malcolm R. Howard, Sanl 1 IlITrf „ . J . ,„ Francisco, and Mrs, Albert | p.m.. Sunday, and from 10 a.m., A|)cn who js ^^ w| , h hpr; until noon Monday. 2 Women Plead Seven Divorce Two Alton Guilty in Braich *j * EDU'ARDSVTLLE - Sheriff's Decrees Granted EDWARDSVILLK — seven 1 divorce decrees were handed 1 Firemen to Take Course Sun-Ivors In addiiion to herj islsnd of Guam . a b ,, 0 , her daughter, Mrs. Smith, are an-iwaiter J. Cresswell of Klsah, a sister, Mrs. R. L. Saunders, St. Louis, four grandchildren, The Alton Fire Department i in st - Louis and Omaha after husband, a naval "of"fict-r-'on thi- i deputies were dispatched at 11:3a! down Friday ln Circuit Courl -,hopes to send two firemen toj leavi "S Virginia when he was 14. other daughter, Mrs. Meyer, Springfield; a A. T.j sister, Mrs. Alma Kimbro, DuQuoin; a and four great-grandchildren, half-brother, Dr. Harry Logan,! Funeral rites at 2 p.m. to- Salem; four grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Illinois Presbyterian Home, Springfield, has been named as a memorial fund for Mrs. Gilpin by her family. MrsJDeMunbrun Mrs. Florence DeMunbrun, day were conducted in Rogers Mortuary, San Diego, by pastor of Asbury Methodist Church, San Diego, of which Mrs. Buchanan was a member. Michael Kofer Michael Kofer, a former resident of 2421 Brown St., Alton, 75, of Hettick, mother of James died at 11 p.m. Friday in Lake- Russell Braden and stepmother of Jim DeMunbrun, Al- land General Hospital, Lakeland, Fla., according to word ton, died Friday at 5:10 p.m.,(received here. In Carlinvllle Area Hospital. Mr. Kofer had She had been a patient in the hospital for four weeks. Survivors In addition to her Alton children are two sons, resided in Frank and Roy Braden, and aj daughter, Mrs. Nellie Meisen- helmer, all of Hettick; two sisters, Mrs. Ollie Sonneborn, Brea, Cal., and Mrs. Agnes GoodaU, Hettick; three broth- Florida since 1947, moving there a year after the death of his wife, Marie. Among survivors are a daugh- Her, Miss Loretta Kofer, Alton, been in Florida attending her father, and a sister, Mrs. John Maurice. Rt. 1, Alton. Mr. Kofer was a member of Carpenters Local 377, Alton, era, William Batty, White Hall;; flnd belonged to st Patrick . s Elmer, Hettick, and George, Carrollton; 12 grandchildren, and 16 grand-children. Funeral rites will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m., in Gilead Parish. The body will be brought to Alton for funeral services and burial and upon arrival here will be taken to Staten Chapel. Baptist Church, Hettick. Burial I Rites tentatively have been set will be In the church cemetery.! for Wednesday at 9 a.m., in St. The body is at Stults Funer-j Patrick's Church. al Home, Palmyra, wherej friends may call until 10 a.m., Sunday when the body will be taken to the DeMunbrun residence in Hettick. ' », n 1 Mrs Berk I'll O» UvvlV Funeral services for Mrs. Ross Compagno Ross Compagno, 83, of 320 Vine St., died at 10:25 a.m. to- iday in St. Anthony's Hosp j where he had been a patient 110 days. Mr. p.m. Friday to Ihe Hi-Hat tavern; Granted divorces on groundsjthe 37th Annual Illinois Fire Col-! The newlyweds met at Newber- at CottaRp Hills to quell a disturb-'Of desertion were Clara McClewilege June 12-15, Fire Chief anre reportedly involving three women patrons, one of whom was hospitalized for lacerations. The othor two womnn pleaded from Lee McClew, with the] James L. Lewis told the Tele- plaintiffs maiden name of. Wll-j graph today. He said in his de- laredt ordered restored; Wil-!P artmen '' s budget request, funds liam D. Stone from Helen M.i were provided for training which guilty to peace disturbance rharg- Stone, with the defendant's j would cove r expense of sending maiden name of Wilds ordered I the men to the TJniversity of II- restored; Donna J. Kivett from linois s P°ns°red training ses- PS bpfore Justice of the Peace Verdell Williams. The justice waived fines and assessed costs stead of other beverages and says j _, f , he is in perfect health. He still f f tDDO helps out with a Little League * * baseball team. He was born in 1861 in Newport News, Va., and was to have been ~ i ni sold in the-slave market the dayj OftCOflCT PlttCC the Civil War ended. j Since 1903, Jones has lived in- William L. FllppO, Alton ar|Chicago. Prior to 1903 he worked chitect. received the second place award from the St. Louis Producers' Council for St. John's Lutheran Church, which his firm designed In Granite City. Flippo's drawing was entered in the religious category and was judged with 55 other architectural entries from the greater St. Louis area. Flippo is the first architect on the Illinois WINNING CHURCH DESIGN St. John's Lutheran Church, Gran- ond place with the design In a contest ite City, was designed by William L. sponsored by the St. Louis Producer'! Flippo, Alton architect, who won sec- Council. Flippo is in the Inset. Merle T. Kivett, custody of one sion. Deputies Stan Lucas and a divorce from Margaret J. of $13.60 each, which the women ichild awarded to the plaintiff. . Citv Manager Graham W. paid. They were released. jOrville P. Eaton Jr. was grant-j Watt said tna t since a major 'part of the city's annual budget goes to pay city employes, he feels that it is important, through training, to have these employes as highly qualified for their jobs as possible. Through the tram- Boss, who responded to a call tojEaton on grounds of adultery the tavern, said they were in- 'and desertion. formed the three women — ail Divorces granted on grounds residents of Alton — were relat-l 0 f cruelty were: Pauline Moore ed. from James Moore, custody of| mg program at the Universi ty ry Avenue Center, where they are active in the Old Timers Club. "I didn't know he was looking to marry me," the bride said, "but the spirit of the Lord brought us together." Couple Hurt In Crash On Bridge A St. Louis couple was injured! Judges in the co "test were: shortly before 11:30 a.m. today! Ph ! 1H P Wil1 Jr -; Perkins & Will, Kerner Asks Cuts In Spending By DON E. CHAMBERLAIN (Telegraph Correspondent) SPRINGFIELD, 111., Gov. Otto Kerner has advised heads of state departments and other state agencies to act like "Spartans" and make drastic cuts in their biennial spending plans. He said he did not break down the cuts he wants but expects them to follow orders. He recalled his The award is sponsored every military days which included en- side of the river to win particular award. this three years and all architectural work in the St. Louis area is i given consideration. One of the women, the deputies)two children awarded to the' 0 f Illinois he pointed out the reported, suffered serious lac-cr-1 plaintiff; Alma Miller from Eu-| firemen who attend are brought ations and possible bone fractures | gene Miller; and Katherine i up-to-date on the latest fire- of her right foot when a glass door j potter from Austin Potter. ! fighting and prevention tech- 1 panel was broken during the melee. She was admitted to St. i in a two-car crash on Clark bridge: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buschhorn. aged 61 and 56. of 3911 Chicago; Griffith Smith, Sherlock, Smith & Adams, Montgomery. Ala.; and Marvin Fitch, Columbia University, New York Park St., St. Louis, were given i The jud S es in commenting emergency treatment at St. Jo-i on F1 'PPO' S design, said: " i tit** L.»!U!.»_ •— -_—— _—*.-! mained overnight for treatment,, according to the deputies' report. | At Expect Heavy Vote r J "I""!*', fu* f" P8SS T mUCh se P h ' s Hos P ital after their 'car.! the building is graceful, mod* " * ° ther (headed toward Alton. i struck by a car driven south by splte of an unrealistic budget." The University pioneered with! Lorraine Thelma Oprych. 29, of „. . , , , tlle first college of its type in; 1131 Lakeview, St. Louis. \ ¥/" IV • . The charges were based on com-1 EDWARDSV , LLE _ A p pljca . the nati °" »" 1925. General ses-l Alton patrolman Rudv Sowd-! KailC FlHUlSt ,-.;,,.-„ _e 4.L. _ -i nr*-t T-»i _ _ /-*_ \\ i * t ^t., ,. _ . r !*-"-"• "• VI-'KJ » itJAjij — n\>\Jii\,a- \ -— ; r-iuuii ua n uimail J\uuv ouwu- i plaints of two women employes of| tions for absentee ballots made in | sion * of the 1961 Fire College| ei , said Mrs. Oprvch and her! thP tav.m i, s tP d m the deputies , hjs offi( . p .^.^ ^ there ^ wil , be in Gregory H all, willv son . Larry , 7 , a passenger , n | ]ge Homeck ana | probab)y bp a heavy tui . nout ^demonstrations staged south ofj tlle oar were unhurt . Hc e harg-j . ., . .., .: Edwardsville voters for the mil- the UI stadlum an d at Lake-of-, ed M rs. Oprych with crossing! acT-n i hi ho7taLJr ,™T» nicipa] rlection on Tuesday. City t" e -«oods, Mahomet. ' the (;enter , iner . she p | ea ded in-! A * S- till d ? I Clerk Edward H. Poos said today., The course includes sessions ipocent before Police Magistrate! At Justice wTlliamJ declined toi *» ~* that up to 9 a.m. to-ld^^^hospit^ eva^ati^iFred Schreiber and was releas-j verify the names of the two wom-f^y- . mere wcr f ?0 Applications > en brought before him until charges pending against the third woman comes up today or Monday. Prairie Dell Club Meets at Shipman of listment as a private and rise to a major general, to illustrate his point. When asked by newspaper reporters recently how his aides were going to make the cuts, he told them when he was in the army the general didn't tell his colonel how to carry out an order and that the colonels didn't tell their majors, captains and lieutenants how to do it either, "and I don't expect to have to tell the department and commission heads how to make their cuts," said Kerner. Their job job now is to go ahead and make the cuts I asked them to. "My only point was they were to be j very spartan-like in following instructions." ORDINANCE NO. 9090 AN ORDINANCE AMEND- I NO SECTION 5 OF ORDINANCE NO. 3012, BEING AN ORDINANCE PERTAINING TO THE REGULATIONS OF EXCAVATION OF STREETS, ETC., TO CHANGE THE BOND AND INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR APPLICANTS FOR PERMITS UNDER SAID ORDINANCE. WHEREAS, local contractors have in the past encountered difficulty in strictly complying with the bond and Insurance requirements contained In. Section 5 of. Ordinance No. 3012 due to the inability of certain insurance companies to write the required bonds and Insurance policies: NOW THEREFORE: BE IT ORDAItfED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CJTY OF ALTON: Section 1. That Section 5 of Ordinance. No 3012 which reads as follows : •Bond. Before any permit referred to in this ordinance shall be Issued, the applicant for such permit shall have deposited with the Director of Public Works his bond in the penal sum of Two Thousand Dollars in a form approved by the Corporation Counselor, conditioned that the principal theretnider shall save the city harnttejiLand indemnify the city oUJit of damages to per- if property occurring by reason of any such excavation guaranteeing satisfactory restoration of city property within- a period of one year after completion of restoration of the pavement. (The bond shalj be renewed yearly and a surety company licensed to do business in this state shall be deemed a qualified surety.) In lieu of such for absentee ballots. The deadline for application of absentee ballots depending on an expansion of the state retail sales tax to carry .,. burns, lifesavingjed to appear next Saturday at! CARROLLTON-Benny Abbot. ^ th .™* h JJj 'SdS "SflS ;. use of safety cloth-!n :3 n a.m. before Schreiber. iof Kane was guest pianist at a ' The governor, asked if the was! bond a Certificate of Insurance Since the regular meeting of the ing for compressed gas andj Apparent damage was great-'dinner meeting of Carrollton in Abbott for group singing, in person is 5 p.m. today when flammabl ° lio . u 'd fi »'es and mcth- to the Buschhorn car. parlic-,Lions Club Thursday evening i his office will close, Poos said. iods of arson detec t' on - jularly to the left front fender I Knights of Columbus hail. Abbot One of the hi g hli e h *s W 'H °ej anfi front end. The windshield ! a ' s ° City Coucil lands on the election (demonstrations of modern fire-| was smashed. The Oprych car {which was led by Francis Geers. day, it has been rescheduled for' f , ighti , n ? techm ' c l ues ° n a" ab *n- damage appeared mainly to thej L A. Hardaway and Jerry Wednesday, Poos said. Hospital Notes idoned frame house. SHIPMAN - Mrs. Melvin Stonel M08pltal NOtM ' u f ... „_„ pi,,!, n f and Mrs. Virgil Stone entertained 1 EDWARDSVILLE-Five Ed-| Science LJllD Ol was Sun- home Thursday. Fifteen members and . . | the following guests were oorn in < . **..,. TT_I__ r» _* T wardsville admitted, and one Katherine Beck. 75, of Litch-1 He ^ field, a former longtime re,,-! dent of Prairietown, will he conducted Sunday at 1:30 p.mj years ' 35 ._ „, . , _. , , , Mrs. Edward Schwab, patients were, .-,, , , r . . one was discharged: *•«!red Entertained birth was recorded ELDRED _ Mrs . OHand c , en . Hos l )il "|denny was hostess to the House- 'hold Science Club Thursday af- A girl weighing 7 pounds, Ujternoon with 10 members and two left front fender. Haper tow-! Sond el. ing service removed the cars as! Lprov Ra X was selected to bridge traffic was confined toj rt -'P resent the ciub at B °y s ' stale one-way at the point of the ac-| in Springfield this year. He is cident, which was on the first a student in the Carrollton High span from the Illinois shortline. Sc<h ° o1 - Contributions were given _ (o botli the American Red Cross , .Sophia Bre.twiser and Mrs. Fred jounces, was born at 12:33 p.m.! guests. Mrs. Albert Wagner and in Zion Lutheran Church, Litch-j field. Burial will be in Prairie-i town Cemetery. Surviving are his wife, Nancy; three sons, Samuel and Paul, Alton, and John, Hartford; four Howerton Jr. During the afternoon those w,, v,rmr,r,j daughters, Mrs. Leo Little and The body is at Gurlt Funeral I * _ • ,,. . „. . _. ,_. Home, Litchfield, where friends Mrs. Fred Ufert, Wood River; Mr *' TTII^«« »«^ ™edge and present ijave gifts to Linda Marie Stone, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stone. The May meeting will be at the Claude Roemer home and Sunshine Sisters will jbe revealed with a gift. There • )n Helton Foster, Alton; seven, wi ,, be an Heo , ion of offk . ei . s . one great- Noon Lunehpon Likes Prescott Leo Glassmeyer, who recently resigned as a member of Alton and the cancer fund drive. L. A. Hardaway was named chairman of a committee to move !to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sen-j Mrs. Alberta Dotson present, 'walb, 148 E. Dunn. The motherj Roll call was 'Garden Guides' is the former Marian Gregor. land papers were read by Mrs. Admitted were Kevin Coll-[Kenneth Brannan and Mrs. L. T. man. Rt. 3; Miss Rita Kepner.iWhiteaide. During the recreation W ednesday."said"thatI'p'resen'lii'y police department with plans to, (he Lions Club flag pole j rom locate in Prescott, Ariz.. has| VVright park to the , awn at , he „ written City Treasurer M. O.ip ublic Library, where the club Flliott from that city, comment-j wi ,, ,. eceive a new 50 . star Ua g on ing "I like it here—everybody's i_ Memoi . ja , Day . The flag will be friendly." His letter written lasti |n . esented by Mrs sid Simpson. may call after 2 Mrs. Beck Prairietown until 10 years when she moved with her huR-j <s tatan ™ n n<.i »j band, Henrv, to Litchfield. Her! uThe ^°? y .'" at State " c ? ape !j e »^an entertained with a noon; Adams, death occurred Thursday in St.! wherell j rie " da may cal1 after 4 ;lum-heon at her home Thursday. | p.m., Monday. Guests were: Mrs. Alna Baxter 8 Thomas Terrace; Lawrence j period prizes were awarded toj he is \,^ ( - nR at the homc of | Taliana, 132 Columbia; Frank! Mrs - lrl Davidson, Mrs. Lowell! " Rinkel, Rt. 3; and Ralph er, 254 W'yandotte. Discharged! Marvin Ixjftis, who left the , Ucan Bushnel, and !|i( . e departmen( ,„ January former congresswoman, who was responsible for the club's receiv- April 27 in "Ladies SHIPMAN - Mrs. A. G. Scho- wa « Mrs. Leorna Stunkel, 218' The next meeting will be Apr. lne hpa | tn of hjs ^year-old son.' •27 at the home of Mrs. Ben |G | assmPver said tne change to! Black. Francis Hospital, Litchfield. She had been married twice.! Her lirsl husband, William Dunblede died in 1929 and she Ambulances Oxygen Equipped Constantly At Your Command. Funeral rites will be conduct ed Tuesday at 9 a.m., in St. Mary's Church. The Rosary will be recited Monday at 8 p.m. John H. Hunter Rites Conducted Following rites at 10 a.m., today in Smith Funeral Home. Alton, the body of John Henry Hunter was interred in Upper Alton Cemetery. The Rev. George Daugherty, pastor of First General Baptist Church, East Alton, 'officiated at the service. Casketbearers were Lee Brown, James Duffy, August Lewis, and Roy Ebert. ere class of the Harmony Baptist! ens " rl " noi "' Godf|l ey Plant cafe- j in Carrollton. Church met Thursday evening ati terta heard s P ee <*bs byJoePei-i The Rev. John Finnan will pat the Albert Richardson home.' pertl club director, Robert Rugh, I tern his 10:30 a.m. worhsip serv Mm. Earl Shelton led devotions I Godfrey plant m « n *S» r : Noble; ice in the Baptist Church Sunday .1 n»-M . M. ... __. . \\ Vfl tt nAt^iinnnal rli t*A/>^/\tt ! f nr>»-»-» » mLr.rvt.i.».-. nt *i. n L.*...-,*^... on the "Empty Tomb." The word "Resurrection" was used in the roll call verse. Telegraph Want Ada "CLICK" ANNA WHITE |tervte*s 8:00 PM. Sunday in th* Baptist Church at Stonington, Illinois. Burial In the Hall Cemetery at Blue Mound. IB tttta *t th# Chapel until 10:00 a.m. Sunday. Alton Rafeakah Lt)4g» No. 4TS services of Hillsboro; Miss Alice Skaggs, j Litchfield; Mi-s. Melville Shultz,, Mrs. Edna Travers, Mrs. Orville! Shultz, Mrs. D. A. Thomas, Mrs. Grace Henson, Mrs. Helena Talley, Miss Luzetta Fleming, Mrs. James Laffey, Mrs. Carl WU- Hams and Mrs. Eunice Sanner. Class Meeting SHIPMAN — The Willing Work 01 »• f lailS riCIHC imove to Prescott in interest of . speda | program is being planned. Attending Wedding CARROLLTON—Mr. and MPJ. a drier climate has been of beri»- |Ca ,.| Sawyer and son spent the ; fitjlo the Loftis boy. weekend in Metcalf with Mr. and Purty at Spruce Cottagft 'Mr»- James Porter and will at- EAST'ALTON-Sixty women lend the wedding Sunday of their ifew'days visit a't'woo^ River'withj Patients of Spruce Cottage at.nephew Ernest Porter, son of budget will not reach the three billion dollar figure some have predicted "because I can't see where I can get that much income — and I want to present the legislature and the people with a balanced budget." He said "it will involve some transfers of funds." Kerner said he still hopes to adhere to his original plan of raising more income to finance state government, through broadening of the state sales tax, increasing corporation franchise taxes and put pressure on tax collections by cricking down on delinquents such as retail merchants — it is estimated there are about 50,000 delinquents, 30,000 in Cook county, many of which are classed as "live." "And 1 want to reiterate I am not for a state income tax," said Kerner. "I never said I was for an income tax. What I said was naming the City of Alton as an additional insured may be deposited when approved by the Corporation Counselor. Self-Insured corporations may deposit a hold-harmless agreement in a form approved by the Corporation Counselor." shall be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: "Section 5. Before any permit referred to in this ordl* nance shall be issued, the applicant for such permit shall have deposited with the Director of Public Works a Performance and Maintenance Bond, or in the alternative a License and Permit Bond, in the penal sum of $1.000.00, which Bond shall provide that the permitee shall well and satisfactorily restore the street opening and guaranteeing said satisfactory restoration for a period of one year after same is made. If the permitee anticipates requesting more than one permit per year as required by this Ordinance he may furnish one continuing Bond as aforesaid in the penal sum of $1,000.00, unless a larger bond is required by the Director of Public Works, (If said $1,000.00 Bond is not deemed ade- I do believe we should have ani <iuate by the Director of Pub- : Kid red Notes 1 KLDRED — Mrs. Charles i Smith and Mrs. Janie Wiles re-; (turned home Thursday from a A picnic May 11 is planned by!their brother and sister-in-law !'he Alton State Hospital were|Mr. and Mrs. James Porter, and the board of the Golden EmWemlMr. and Mrs Clyde Borman ''entertained at a Thursday party!Miss Jeannette Kincaid, daughter retiree's club of Owens-Illinois Robert Darr, who recently suf- sponsored by the Woman's Club. j"f Mr. and Mrs. E. Kincaid, also plants 94-97. ifered a fractured hip, has been Prizes for games were award-i 0 ' Metcalf. The club's directors in a quar-l moved from Alton Memorial Hos-ied. Group singing and the serv-i terly session at the Oxfr-jpital to Boyd Memorial Hospital Wyatt, personnel director. from a program of the Easter Mr;. Gilbert Cox wil entertain i t>luh ' 8 first anniversary and will the group in May. Mrs. Richard- "* Bended bv members and families. Meat is to be furnished by the company and the women are to bring covered side dishes. The May 11 picnic at which 70'Service held on the U. S. S. Orare expected is to celebrate the iskany. It was sent to him by son served refreshments to Mrs. Richard Metcalf, Miss Vella Wood, Mrs. Earl Shelton, Mrs. Margaret Brown, Mrs. Maude Brown and Mrs. Gilbert Cox. Visiting in Florida SHIPMAN—Mrs. Ralph Wheeler accompanied her cousin, Miss Dorothy Hunt of AMon, to Sara- iota, Fla., where they will visit relative* tor two week*. Godfrey Firemen Quell Car Blue GODFREY- Godfrey Volunteer Fire Dapftftramt quailed «n automobile blaze after the machine had over turned on Winter lane near Pierce lane early today. Owner ol the ear wac listed as Theodore IlitcheU, 13OT Coppinger road. explorer, (ieacrib- ad the Pvv* Bifd ia his Oourtwl. Read Telegraph Want Ada Daily Karl Smith, a member of the ship's crew. The 53d (stale) representative district, which is Madison County, is represented by three men in the House at Springfield. WSCS Meets at Wanda Church stag-i c '' luvc>h ed a sitdown in Ceylon schools as' ami Mrs. Ruth Little gave the parents protested a government [spiritual life lesson. Mrs. Hertha plan to take over church educa 'Southard, assisted by Mrs. Huida ing of refreshments concluded] the affair- Party favors were] fashioned by Girl Scout Troops 35 and 14. Hostesses were: Mrs. Robert McManus, Mrs. Myron Starbuck. Mrs. Cecil Crosnoe. Mrs. Har-i SOUTH ROXANA-- The old Chamberlain, Mrs. George,women's Society of Christian Smith and Mrs. James Knox. 'service of Wanda Methodist Thursday evening tion institutions. i equitable distribution of our taxes to lift the burden from those who are paying more than their share." The "spartan" budget, the governor said, wil) apply to state jobs of which the March state payroll report by State Auditor Michael J. Hewlett, Chicago, showed there is a total about 60, 000. The governor indicated that if legislative appropriations are out of Hne with his budget he may follow the policy of "freezing" some of them until such time as more revenue becomes available. Coin Club to Elect Officers Officers for the newly.formed Piasa Bird Coin Club will be elected Tuesday in a session at Hayner library public room at 7 p.m., according to John Rippley, 715 Euclid PI., temporary secretary. Rippley said 40 members were MADISON DISTRICT DENTAL GROUP AiWUftl meeting at l-ofkhaven eoua* (deter, Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Hill, Dr. try Club was new Thurwtoy all day. Joiepb Zleliuski, prftideut-eieet, »nd At •peak*?'! teal* are, tram left, Or. »ir«,^!iieUuKki.—Photo by Jofea H. Ger- Wwifjr vofi Dr. aid Hit. MM. Pttttp K*r* ard, (Smith, Mrs. Hazel Russell, Mrs Juanita Herman, Mrs. Dolly Southard gave the program and Mrs. Herman gave the mission- lary 1 The women voted to give $401 present at the first meeting of to missionaries in Africa. A the club last Tuesday at th« li- mother-daughter banquet was «>! brary. The club's constitution. tor May 11. The conference meei- .devised beforehand by a coming at St. John's church in F.d .mittee, was accepted, wardsville will be April 27 aiui, delegates appointed were Mrs Evelyn Swinney and Mrs Haw! Russell with alternates Mrs Juanita Herman and Mrs. Mai> Ash. Mrs. Edna Huebner, M r s Frances Lockert. Mrs- Juanit i Legate, Mrs- Nellie Tribuut ati.1 Mrs. Victor Herman of the Sout'•> Roxana Methodist WSCS and M: Louise Wood, Mrs. Doiotliy Dik•>. iVJrs. Rutb Uttlslon and Mr- lie Works, he may require an increase In the amount thereof premised upon the estimated cost of restoring the street opening or openings.) In addition to the above requirement, the perrolie* shall, before the permit U issued, furnish the Director of Public Works with a certificate of insurance showing liability coverage of not less than $100,000.00/5300.000.00 for personal injury and S50.000.00/ 100,000.00 for property damage. Said certificate of insurance shall indicate that the permitee has purchased contractual liability Insurance to comply with the following indemnifying agreement, namely: 'to fnd«mnify and hold the City of Alton, its agsnU, em* ployees and servants absolutely whole and harmless from, on account of and against all claims, demands or suits which may be brought by any person or persons arising out of any acts or work done pursuant to the award of such permit to the per- mite* notwithstanding that said claim, demand or *ult may be the result of negltr gence of someone other then the permitee or his subeon* tractor'. Self-insured corporations may deposit a hold harmlvM agreement in a form approved by the Corporation Coutuelor " PENRITH, Australia -. A W acre site tor a $050,000 village tor the rehabilitation of physically handicapped ptikon* hu» been purchased by ihe govern* ineni ot New South Wales. The program is hailed as a prtce- move for Au*tralU . fMary A&h ol the Wanda WSCS at tended tht> all day East St. Loui* district W^t'S meeting Friday nt Wood River M«thJ*« church. That all ordinance* or part* thureof in conflict iMff/witti shall tie and the wmt are hereby repeal*!. This ordinance that) If i» full force and effect from M«W|e ding to law. M4 PUhlkeV DAY Qf uftei it* tion according PASSED THIS APJUL, lttil. P W PAY, Mayor AttMt: PAUL A. PHICi, ctty clerk ro v*4 a» tv form JOHW Curpocatios

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