Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 28, 1968 · Page 9
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June 28, 1968

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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PMDAV, JUNE 28,1888 Youth Hurt When Auto Hits Pole Robert Earl Milligan, 19, 224 Rohn Place, Roxana, es caped serious injury early thi morning when his auto went out of control and clipped off a util ity pole In the 200 block of W Elm Street. Alton Police Patrolman Ron aid Cowan said Milligan apparently fell asleep at the wheel and hit a pole at 238 W. Elm St. Cowan said the pole fell on the auto. Milligan suffered a small cut near his right eye and a small cut on the nose. . Mililgan was charged with intoitfcatlori and failure to stay within: traffic boundaries. In. another traffic incident, Sheila Diane' Mitchell, 17 oi 4 E, 6th St., Alton, wets arrested by police after a car she was driving allegedly knocked down a utility pole in the 3100 block of Alby Street; Police said Miss Mitchell was charged with hit and run and failure to have an operator's license. The damaged , a « t o was found parked at Alby a;«d Maurice Street. They said the car is owned by Clarence Pulkner. Police said Joseph Collins, 18. •of 146 Klien St., Venice, was a passenger in the car when the accident occurred. In another incident, Robert Sidney Bilyeu, 46, of 504 Charles St.. Greenville, was arrested by Alton police after he reportedly failed to stop for a red light in the 2800 block of E. Broadway. Police said Bilyeu was charged with intoxication, disobeying a red traffic signal, failing to have an operator's license. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH HOPING FOB SUW&£ —Presi- NAACP National Convention, despite deniiai hopeful Senator Eugene McCar- the threat of a verbal "blast" from the thy, (D-Minn.) holds a reception in organization's executive director Roy Atlantic City for delegates to the Wilkins. (AP VVirephoto) Civic Group Will Sponsor 'Porkouf at Forest Homes The Forest Homes Civic Association will have a "Porkout in the Park" this weekend, it was announced today. Area Man Wounded in Gun Fray Released by Hospital The porkbut is scheduled to be a weekend of fun and work combined, with work and cook* to begin simultaneously early Saturday morning. A who-e pig will be placed on a metal framework over a hole of f:ot charcoal and periodically turned, with estimated cooking time to be 16 hours. This will make it necessary for some of the men to remain in the park over night. Work will consist of installing six recently purchased picnic tables, ^hree barbeque pits, and the layout of play and parking areas. Heroic Dog Fights Snake, A 25.vear.old West Alton man,|by a cusotomer in the bar and vounded in the neck during a I later ar-ested by. police as he hooting spree in a St. Louis /avern Wednesday night, has >een released from Homer G. 'hillips Hospital. Kenneth Miller of West-Alton vas shot when two gunman in Jim's Bar, 482(5 North Broadway, St Louis, opened fire on he bar'.emler who had refused o serve them. The bartender was shot five lines \n the chest and one of he gun-toting pair's stray] bidets' strur-k Miller, wounding';hint' n the neck, ''.. One gunman was disarmed tried to dr've away from the scene. Four persons were Injured during the shooting spree, including the man arrested in the incident His ocmpanion escaped after re-taking the gun which a customer had dislodged from the captured gunman. Fifteen people v/ere in t h e tavern at the time of the shooting, and testimony given to p lice indicated that the trouble began after the bartender r fused to serve the pair. He told police he had ejected both from . ^ HILLSBOfeO, Mo. (AP) the bar several days before for : Smokey. a dog trained for po- causing a disturbance, andjUce work, knocked, down his 13- In and Out of Area Hospitals St. Joseph's ADMISSIONS Charles Hardway, Roxana. Mrs. Madeline Hallo, Edwardsville. Catherine Williams, 2509 Hardy. Mrs. Carolyn Wild, Brighton. Mrs. Fleta Miller, BethaRo, Mrs. Ruth Goss, Rte. 1, George Marshall, Fieldon. Sharon Sunderland, 1305 Alby. Omar Portwood, Eldred. Robert Isom Sr., 471 Brookside. Leroy Thomas, 1222 Union. Leo Siegel, 113 E. Fifth. Thomas Dooley, 1114 Henry. James Shelby, Edwardsville. Mrs. Mattie Goree, 2619 Powhatan. Mrs. Mamie Bylds, Yinger Nursing Home. DISMISSALS Mrs. Annetta Anderson, Godfrey Mrs. Eleanor Beiser, 512 Vine. Sara Bishop, East Alton. Mrs. Dorothy Dale, Bethatto. Johndolyn Donlow, 1313 Harold. Mrs. Marsha Hedger, E. Alton. Mrs. Carol Howard, East Alton; 1 Mrs. Margaret Lish, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Sarah Mellenthin, E. Alton. Terence Patterson, 1310 Taylor Mrs. Jessie Turner, 108 W. 19th James Wanger, Litchfield. Dennis Robinson, 3707 Horn. Norman Murray, Jerseyville. Gary Sterling, 3318 Fernwood. Leon Talley, Jerseyville. St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Clyde Beane, Godfrey. Mrs. Agnes Allen, 782 Parjc. Mrs. Christine Duncan, East Alton. r Nathan Gordon, 626 Adams Cfc Jill Phillips, qpttage Hills. Mrs. Laura Hall, Bunker Hijl. DISMISSALS Becky Strange, Moro. Lonzo Smith, Godfrey. Edward File, 39 Holly Hill. Larry Moore, East Alton. Mrs. Donna'Proctor, E. Alton. Michael Proctor, 1010 Belle, Robert Isom, 417 Brookside. Mrs. Florence Krueger, Brighton William Korte, Bethalto. , Jesse Wilhite, Wood River. Mrs. Bernice Ferguson, 821 McKinley. Walter Yost, 148 Beaumont. Alton Memorial ADMISSIONS Mrs. Rinda Rambo, Hartford. Glenn Vetter, Cottage Hills., Robert Wilson, Edw«$ivjUte. Mrs. Ruth Durkee, 1108 Alby,, Susan Samples, West AJtfln. William Doyle, J7J9 Central. Mrs. Wanda Grpppel, JerseyviJJe Sheila Edelen, 223 W, Seventh.. Mrs. Mary Griffin, 2517 Randolph. Ivor Skipper, 8406 State. Mre. Janice Berry, Cottage Hfla Stormy Albers, 2710 Vtewland. Robert Pannell, Eureka, Mo, Myrtle Long, Cottage Hills. Mrs, Dorothea Bowman, Granite City. Karen Waidmann, Godfrey. Charles Campion, Brighton. Catherine Almon. Gowey. DISMISSALS Mrs. Nancy Stewart, 8620 Omega Mn, AuOre Coffman, Wood JUvw, Cindy Martin, Bunker Hill. Gregoiy Williams, 1145 Vernie. Michael Young, Wood River. Mrs. Caroline Lay, St. Louis. Mrs. Shirley Thomas, Wood River. Joel Davis, East Alton. Mrs. Patricia Wiegand, Wood River. Mrs. Linda Ayres, .Grafton. Thomas Stutz, Rte. 1. Mrs. Ethel Garrett, East Altoni Gaye Hamilton, Bethalto. Robert Gaskill, 406 Lampert. Mrs. Freda Hefiey, Dow 1 . Ernest Howard, 2008 Wilkening. Mrs. Shirley Babcock, E. Alton. Floyd Carter, 3 E. 16th. Frank Whyte, Rte. 1. Mrs. Leola Moran, Cottage Hills Mrs. Elsie Litton, Worden. . Mrs. Dana Nichols, EJast Alton. Mrs. Jessie Hill, 1712 Bozza. Mrs. Terrie Sketton, 613 Forest Mrs. Carman Murrell, Grafton. Tammy Pickerill, Shipman. Mrs. Virginia Hokenson, Godfrey Paul Young, Wood River. Mrs. Carol Scrivener, 101 Woodbury. Mrs. Becky Hunt, Bethalto. Mrs. Mary Sulga, Edwardsville. Mrs.' Juanita Niemeyer, Grafton Wood River Township ADMISSIONS Mrs. Mildred Stockton, Alton. Thomas Johnson, South Roxana Nildean Palmer, Roxana. Robert Bugg, 808 Ferguson, Mrs. Margie Kasting, Hartford- Mrs. Teresa. Albright, E. Alton. Richard Eaker, Alton. Mrs. Betty Hoffman,, 240 Central DISMISSALS Mrs. Lillian Schultz; East Alton. Mrs. Nancy Cooper, E. Alton, Lepn Anslyn SivEast Alton. Mrs. Mona Greenlee, Edwardsville. Mrs. Mary Kaltenback, East Alton. Orval Hobbs, 344 Edwardsville. Mrs. Lillie Downs, Bethalto. Mrs. Mary Grant, 51 Penning. Fred Richardson, 126 Twelfth. Mrs. Frances Curry, East Alton Mrs. Judy Haper, Alton. . Arthur Charlton, Hartford. Mrs. Gladys LUey, East Alton. Mapel Smith, Hartford! . St. Joseph's Highland , ADMISSIONS Terry Patterson, Edwardsville. Roland Hawk, Edwardsville. Knowles, Edwardsville. DISMISSALS Bill Hendricks, Edwardsville. Alex Mosjcoff, EdWardsville. Frank Thompson, Edwardsville. Mrs. Lee Roney, Edwardsville. Jersey Community ADMISSIONS John Martin, Beardstown. Mrs. Ellen Sanders, Hardin. Mrs. Rose Schleeper, Hardin. Mrs. Mildred Drainer, Jerseyville. James Reece, Piasa. DISMISSALS Walter Laird, Hamburg. Mrs. Hazel Chronister, Hardin. Mrs. Connie McKay, Jerseyville Boyd Memorial Carrollton ADMISSIONS Laura Hardwick, Carrollton. Mrs. Palma Rich, Wood River. DISMISSALS Donald Twillman, Carrollton. Mrs. Loretta Pyatt, Kane. James Grueter, Carrollton. would no) serve them Wednes day night. Unit 13 Lets Contract for Roofing Job Roof repairs at Lincoln Elementary School in East Alton will be made by the Madisnn Roofing Company of Granite City. The firm was awarded the job by the East Alton Elementary. .District • 13 Board of Education Thursday. The roofing company was the lowest of two bidders with a figure of $1,224. The school board also redesign ited Armond Counsil as treasurer and renewed his $600,000 bond. year-old master Thursday and went forward to battle a copperhead snake. Morie Myers, son of Jefferson County deputy sheriff William Myers, was romping through a berry patch at his home near Hillsboro when the 6-year-old German shepherd suddenly leaped against the boy. Several feet ahead lay the snake and Smokey tangled with it. By the time Morie could get his dog away from the snake, Smokey had suffered a bite. Smokey's leg swelled to twice its normal size but a veterinarian said he would recover. AMERICA'S LARGEST FAMILY CLOTHING CHAIN The porkout is also in celebration of a $150 payment made on A tfaelor purchased in April. The tractor has earned the association over $100 in garden- Ing and grading work, and has been used to haul the sno-cone wagon trough the community. However, the tractor's main purpose is for park maintenance. The association plans a country and westen show for late summer to help pay off the tractor, afW to false additional money for a Mary mower. 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