Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 29, 1968 · Page 18
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June 29, 1968

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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PAGE Levee District Grants State 90 Acres of Land ALTON EVENING - A peti Won panting right-of-way of 90.987 acres of property in Wood River to the State of Illinois was granted in a hearing Friday by Acting Chief Circuit Judge Joseph J Bait to the Wood River- Drainage and Levee District. The oroperty involved is lo> cated Just north of Ferguson Avenue in Wood River and will be used HS part of the G r e a t River Road construction. Judge Barr this morning entered an order allowing the Levee District to grant ttie state a Hght-of-way and release of property for a freeway, af- ter hearing testimony of Fred Grenzebach, president of the Wood River Drainage and Levee District. The Levee District holds title to the property involved .Representing the Levee District at the hearing was the district's attorney, Marshall Smith. Two other Levee District commissioners, James Delaney and Dan Kilmer Sr>., were present at the hearing. A sum of $501 will be paid by the state to the Levee District for the freeway rights. The project, according to testimony at the hearing, has been approved by the Corps of Engineers. 000 Personal Injury Suit Filed in Macoupin CARLINVILLE - A $50,000 personal injury suit was filed here in Circuit Court this week by William J. Burton, against Harry Eyer. Burton alleges in the suit that on June 26,1966, he was on the premises of the defendant at the defendant's invitation. The defendant was owner of a garden tractor with a mower attachment. Burton alleges that the garden tractor and mower was in an unsafe condition and unsuitable for mowing weeds and grass. Due to the negligence of the 1e- fendant, the plaintiff alleges he was required to place his hands in the vicinity of the pully belt of said machine in order to operate it. He said Eyer had failed to instruct him as to any other method of operation of the mowing machine. The suit further states that by reason of said negligence and the defective and dangerous condition of the mowing machine, Burton lost the last two phalanges of the index, middle, and ring fingers of the right hand in the pulley belt of the mower and was forced to spend a consider- ble amount of money for medical treatment and that he has been permanently injured from the accident. KERN CAFE For Delightful Family Dining... Try Sunday Our ^CMJMUMfmtWWl. 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. 221 W. ST. LOUIS AVE M EAST ALTON DIAL 264-87M OPEN 24 HOURS DAILY ADULT: $1.59 CHILD: $1.19 if CHOICE: OF MEATS if CHOICE OF VEGETABLES CHICKEN 'N DUMPLINGS — ALL YOU CAN EAT FOB FRIED CHICKEN SPECIAL EVERY TUESDAY AND OUR REGULAR MENU 24 HOURS A DAY Robby's Lounge 290 E. Elm 465-9762 • Chicken •Steaks • Sea Food Serving Lunch 11:30 o.m. to 1:30 p.m. Dinner 5:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Wed.-Thurs.-Sot. all chicken you can eat IIVIC MEMORIAL^ AIRPORT RESTAURANT • OPEN DAILY FROM 7 A M. TILL 10 PM. Civic Memorial Airport, Bethalto—Dlml 2B9-S508 • SPECIAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 30 • ROAST BEEF With All the Trimmings • FRIED CHICKEN Choice of Vegetables, salM. Hot Rolls and Butter Don't Forget Our Catliah Every Friday Kite. Every Wednesday Nite — $<i 40 Fried Chicken Family Style $150 SKAGGS STEAKHOUSE 148 — KdwarGsviUe Road, Wood River Boom Qpeni at 4 p.mi Saturday and Sunday 289-4613 /•»'' 1.) Fried $e» Squab witb Tartar Sauce OarnU* Calf Sweetbreadf witb MwsnroQiw An* »hwty Snwibws* Porfc Puopi with Queuing 4.) Braised Short Bttu or Beef en orden inclvdei OP Sjwwflafcp Potato Hupi Pw«* » to SATURDAY, JUNE 29,1968' Appeals for Surrendering Guns Yield Meager Returns NEW YORK (At 1 ) - Appeals for American gun owners to cast a vote against violence by surrendering their weapons have yielded meager returns, an Associated Press survey indicated today. The public response has been particularly unenthusiastic in cities with a recent history of racial violence. Indications that a proposed federal gun registration law faces hard sledding in Congress have prompted some cities and counties to action on their own. But so far, such instances of gun control at the local level are few and far between. The Board of City Directors of Pasadena, Calif., home town of Sirhan Bishara Sirhan, accused of assassinating Robert F. Kennedy, turned down a proposal to require registration of guns. A resolution calling for investigation of possible gun control ordinances lost on a tie vote, 3 to 3. In San Antonio, Tex., a city councilman asked for an ordi- nance prohibiting the sale of hand guns to the insane, mentally incompetent, narcotics addicts or convicted felons. The proposal failed for lack of a second after the city attorney expressed doubt that such a law would stand tip in court However, looking ahead to the Republican National Convention in August, the Miami Beach, Fla., City Council adopted an CATCHING UP — Learning about modern teaching aids are two Southwestern High School students attending a Future Teachers of America Institute at Northern Illinois University. Watching the studio supervisor explain the new closed-circuit television are Bert Moore, Piasa, and Dennis Brueggemann, Rte. 1, Alton. The students from Southwestern, in Piasa, are two of 34 Illinois high school students participating in the Institute. Howarth Clashes With Crime Prober By DAVID L. ANDERSON Associated Press Writer SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)Springfield • Mayor Nelson Howarth clashed Friday with the Illinois Crime Investigating Commission for the second time in as many hearings over the question of hearsay testimony. Most of 'the testimony dealt with alleged irregularities in the Sangamon County sheriff's office but Howarth was allowed to make a statement to the committee at his own request. Howarth said he took the CHICKEN DINNERS CROWING Our Menus Include Steak Spaghetti Shrimp Ravioli Chicken Open Sunday at Noon OPEN 7 Days Weekly 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. NOTARY SERVICE ST, CLAIR MARKET Grace St., Godfrey 466-4374 stand because there were "still in the record inferences that I took money." "I want to deny that anybody did anything unlawful with my knowledge or consent," he said. Commission Co-Chairman Lawrence X. Pusateri of Melrose Park told Howarth that he was "not to characterize anybody" when Howarth bgan to speak about Charles Siragusa, the commission's executive director. Pusateri told Howarth to "limit your comments to the truth or falsity of the record." Howarth and Siragusa clashed at the May meeting over testimony that Howarth took money from and did favors for local gamblers. Howarth attempted to relate a story about how slain gambler Merle Hornstein "attempted to get into a grand jury, room." The mayor was shouted down by Pusateri who told him "no more hearsay." Powder Mill Road Will Be Closed 10 Days Powder Mill Eoad will be closed to traffic for about 10 days, beginning Monday, for extensive repairs, it was announced by John Eardley, Wood River Township highway commissioner Eard'ey said the closing of the road ha s been scheduled to coincide with the vacation .shutdown of the Olin plant from July 1-15. However, he said the road repairs will be completed before July 15 unless adverse weather holds up construction. The road will be" resurfaced with asphalt and chips, Eardley said. New Books Available To Students Five books requested by the University of Illinois as reading material for the orientation of all freshmen entering the university in September, have been obtained by the Wood River Public Library and are available to students on a seven-day loan basis. The requested editions are: "Peace is Possible", by Elizabeth Jay Rollins'; "Death at an Early Age", Jonathan Kozol; "Today's Poets," Chad Walsh; "To Make a Difference," Otto Butz; and "Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders," by the New York Times. The library collection of fine recordings is being increased. Recently added attractions include the poetry collection boasting many famous authors such as Shakespeare, Keats, Wordswoth, Cummings and Emily Dickinson. Thursday the library will remain closed in observance of Independence Day. •••HBIIIBBIIIHMBIIBHHBIBBBIIBV GRABNER'S Room HOURS- nwns. 1648 Washington — Upper Alton FEATURING: STEAKS • CHICKEN • ITALIAN FOOD Reservations for Banquets & Parties Phone 465-6281 5 P ' M - T0 --- WEEKDAYS SUNDAY 12:00 NOON TO --FREE PARKIN G IN REAR ASCOT SPEEDWAY SUPER MODIFIED CARS — UNLIMITED HOBBY CARS FIG. 8 STOCK CARS—WD3E-OPEN COMPETITION 25 Lap Main Event GATES OPEN AT 6:30 P.M. TIME TRIALS 7:30 P.M. THIS WEEK Old Godfrey Speedway — Rte. Ill & 67 Just North of Godfrey SATURDAY, JUNE 29 (OPEN EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT) DON'T MISS IT! Special •.. Pre-4th of July Program WEDNESDAY, JULY 3rd regular schedule of events DESTRUCTION COMEDY FIREWORKS DERBY ~ " RACE DISPLAY . MID- AMERICA HEATRESl OPEN 7:00—STARTS DUSK CAPRI OlOillOUlSRO CIO 7 • Now thru Tues. killer take all* MGM presents ••**• An Allen Klein Production starring \ TonyAnthofi "A stranger i|| in town" ir PLUS Robert Morse - Maureen Arthur <Pulitz«r<Prii*eMtulca No. 3 Tonite < Clint Eastwoott Fistful! of Dollars" ********** ALTON MOOSE LODGE No. 951 3821 College Alton Western Frontier Night Joe Hargess and the Western Playboys SAT., JUNE 29 Members and Guests Invited ul We Use Government Inspected Pure Ground Beef VLB. HAMBURGER . 35e WITH LETTUCE *ND TOMATOES MALTS AND SHAKES 15c For Strvln. 9wllly. We., VMt PARK ETTE DRIVE-IN EAST ALTON — Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily! *!***** Mui /JtHwtca yfrJlMti "^ ^^^- H ^ T 6 (, A I i i -^ MID-AMERICA THEATRES OPEN 7:00 — STARTS DUSK NOW thru TUES.! EXCLUSIVE Drive-in Showing! SAME NAME ... DIFFERENT GAME! 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Few permits are issued, but Police Inspector Oltho Woods estimated "there are probably in excess of 2-million Weapons in the city." Los Angeles county officials are discussing a proposed county ordinance which would pro- OPKN TODA* & SUN. 13:80 ILDEY NOW. ENDS WED,! He's a Mo worried '•boat his future. THE GRADUATE IEOWDUS wuueat M EMBASSY 1:10 3:10 5:10 7:10 9:15 hibit ownership of guns not reg*] istered with police, •! Mayor Joseph Aliotd of San! Francisco issued a plea tot city i residents to give their guns to the police. A total of 690. weapons have be0tt stffrendefedj Including one rocket launcher, and Alioto said "we're expecting tots more." Benny Bufano, a San Francisco scultpor, proposed melting: down the surrendered guns and making a statue of St. Francis out o! the metal. LAST 11 DAYS! iTMsisBenjatnk i He's a little worried about U« Man. ,jg|[-PHE.LEVINE. COLOR THE GRADUATE XNNE BANCROFT.. 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