Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 23, 1953 · Page 10
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April 23, 1953

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PA01TIN ALTON EVENING TILIORAPH THURSDAY, A9KS. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1933 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE B^^^^^^j^^^B^^^^^A,^ ^^•rONstt 1IRIMIUMIUI Win ' At Granite City Davis Re-elected Mayor by Wide Margin EDWARDSVlLLfc - Incumbents Mayor Leonard R. Davis and Township Supervteor Leonard Drum were re-elected by wide margins Tuetdayin Granite City's combined city-township election. In other Trl-Cltlw area com- munltlea, Prank Heldelberger Sr., was elected mayor of Venice and Mayor Stephen A. Maeras' entire ticket swept to victory at Madison. Mayor Leonard Davis won out in a six-sided mayoral race at Granite City, polling 5,482 votes. Oilier apsirants, and unofficial returns for each were: Former Mayor Charle W. Morlein, 2,243; Walter F. Nonn, 1,868; Frederick E. Slille, 844; John B. Moss 123, and George W. Evans 59. City Clerk Albert L. Stevens and City Tresurer Frank Sappington were returned to office at Granite City without opposition, while Police Magistrate Andy Gasparovic Jr., polled more votes for re-elee- tjon than his two opponents. Supervisor Leonard Oram was re-elected, 4,565 to 3,528, over Harry Reedy in the township, phase of Granite City's combination election. Reedy is completing a four- year term as assistant supervisor from the township. , Incumbent Homer Pendleton was returned to office at. Granite City as assistant supervisor. He polled ', 3.073 votes, compared™ with 2,423 for Nelson Hagnauer, 974 for Harold E. Hllmer and 611 for the other aspirant, Orvllle II. Barr. Five incumbent Granite City justices of the peace and Assessor Quincy Mat his won re-election. Police Magistrate Frank Reirlel- berger Sr., with administration* support, won over Fred Craycraft, and Leo M. Devany for mayor of Venice. Reidelberger, long-time orchestra leader at the Grand theater In St. Louis, polled 1,464 voles, Craycraft 824 and Devany 502. Incumbent mayor Harry T. Hartman was not a candidate for reelection. Venice City Treasurer Bernard Anderson was unseated by John ( D. Burns, 1,388 to 775, while the vote for the third candidate in the race, Henry C. Gantt, was <140. City Clerk Walter R. Cavner was reelected at Venice, where Leo Davinroy emerged as the successful candidate for police magistrate. 1 With the Madison city hall machine in high gear, Mayor Stephen Maeras defeated his opponent, Dr. Henry P. Cohan, 2-733 to 683. All other incumbents on Maeras 1 ticket were re-elected, including City Clerk Percy Lux, City Treasurer Demos Nicholas, Police Magistrate John G. Gitchoff and five aldermen. Collinsville, which is under commission form of municipal government, did not elect officials Tuesday. Week to Be Noted Know Your Bank From May 4 to 9 "Know Your Bank Week" will be celebrated by more than 890 banks in Illinois. May 4 to 9. The ; hankers, this week, aro opening | their doors for public inspection of their facilities, offering an opportunity to see what "makes a bank tick". At the Illinois State Bank in East Alton, the Alton Banking & Trust Co., and the First National Bank & Trust Co. in Alton, tours of banking quarters will he arranged for groups interested and timely literature depicting the present system of private banking will be distributed. The local committee on arrangements is headed by M. Ryrie Milnor, vice president, First National Bank & Trust Co. in Alton. Assisting him are Clyde E. Borman, vice president, Alton Banking & Trust Co., O. ,T. Hermes, assistant cashier, Illinois State Bank of East Alton and J. Homer Kennedy, assistant vice president, First National Bank & Trust Co. in Alton. The Illinois Bankers Association is sponsoring the state-wide pro- arum in a public relations and educational attempt designed to give people throughout the state a look behind the scenes of their banking institutions. Tours will be available at any time during regular hours for individuals. Organizations, schools, study groups, in large numbers desiring tours are asked to contact any member of the committee lor arrangement*. W. F. KlrkimtrU-k U Delayed In Car MUhaj» W. F. Kirkpatrick. lormerly an Alton printer, now a resident oi California, is delayed in making \ \ • a Start homeward because of injuries he suffered in an automobile | accidfR la*t Saturday. His new car j WM damaged in the crash »n4 Kirkaptrick wa» injured about the shoulders. He came east from Cal- itarei* to buy and drive back home | a MW car New school buildings in the Do- ' uumcan Republic are being named tar lUJfweiu American Republics TOf> INDIRECT TV LAMPS HURRY! HURRY! 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ISVj-oi. bu IAIDEN TOOLS 0 **?« TAMPAX IN THREE SIZES REGULAR t SUPER • JUNIOR form of monthly sanitary protection NO RILTS NO PINS S§ Uytattd by i fetter, PRELL tu» Hair Ciaat 79 Honey and Almond KiwanfaiB Hit Ktwanti Chin ttrt right It Mfc jifil Springs Hotft *§tw ptehlfM P color taken afnf ptetented fty tNM Altofi boy» who IHMI •jt* thf fiKRiflttitt fifWRit w between tntt plt)|JTIm tufa the coming Khvante ftapen. Final week of rthnmls for He Kaptri was otitthitd 10 tWt aWfc. The show win be prwented April 30 at the Alton Senior High fchool Auditorium by talent from th% FILLERS 9 HOUW 19* According to Bullock, thref aft official groups of people mtKt up the population of Peru. Thi WWte people, the Peruvians, attd-tht n»- tlve Indians. Of theie groups, the Indians are the most interesting, Bullock said. They are the descendants of the ancient Inoas, but have lost most of the grandeur of their forefathers, The club had for its guests', Jack Barnerd, the guest of Pete Tchouk- aleff, and Stephen Kennedy, guest oi Ross Armbruster. Dick Rodems won the door prize, and Howard Otstott the first at* tendance prize. The name of Walter T. Woodcock, OAAC executive director, was called for the grand prize for the evening, but since Woody was not. present, this prite was held over until next Tuesday night. * Optimists Have Star-Gazing Meet Members of Alton Optimist Club Tuesday night at Third and Market Sts. went star-gazing Beside the YMCA. They met for their weekly dinner session at Motel Stratford and the guests of the week were two young men, members of the Junior Optimist astronomy group of whloh Andrew Hogue is counselor. The young men are Ken Carstens Jr.. and Bob Ifackel and they brought with |them the homemade tele* scope which recently attracted wide attention at the St. Louis v science fair at Washington University. The telescope was set up and Optimist members took turns look* Ing through it. The powerful instrument not only revealed mo** clearly the wonders of the firmament, but it also brought Sharp focus the details of houses on Summit St. In .addition to the telescope, the astronomy group has cbntruct- ed « camera, with which photos have been taken of the heavens through the* telescope. The telescope irtfrbe displayed at the Greater Alton Association of Commerce In May. Plans were announced for the Optimist local oratorical contest, May 13, at which time some <fiye or 10 Alton enj$les will be heard, Emll Werner, fireman, was accepted as an Optimist member by the board which was called into session by President Harry Buck following Tuesday's regular meet- Ing. Sportsmen Show Set July 9-12 At Club Grounds At a special meeting last night of officers and board members of the Alton-Wood River Sportsmen's Club, Inc., dates were set for the Fifth Annual Sportsmen's Exposition. ', The four day show will be held on the club grounds July 9, 10, 11 and 12. Tentative plans call for the showing of obedience trials for dogs, field trials for poitners and setters, flying of model airplane*, running of midget model racers, fly and bait casting contests and probably a horse show. Those attending were: Fred Van* cil, president; Leo Pohlman, vice- president; Charles Gross, financial secretary; Emll Wetstein, corresponding secretary; Elmer Thei- «on, treasurer; board members were George Glassbrenner, Oscar Thornton, August Purcell and Harry Stice. Three other board members, unable to attend, were: William Staten, Jess Gloss and J. E. Clark. Zellermann to Head United Farmers Group EDWARDSVILLE. - John Jtel- larmann, Edwardsville Rt, 4, was re-elected president of United Farmers of Madison County at the group's annual meeting here Tuesday night at IOOF Hall, attended by 135 members and their wives. Other officers re-elected Wire: I Vice president Ray Jberg, High: land Rt. 2. and secretary-treasuw ! Erwin Wein, Kdward*vllje, Rt. 4 i Speaker of the evening was Ar! thur' Hellman, Treroont, pi*ii<iMii of United Farmers of Ajnefiea. who told of his trip to rtfiMUy to confer with leaders en • pi«f*M4 •§* tout raap lam pratfMfc fen** *** •jrved after aa ent*rt«Uro*»* wo gram featurid WUi Uidfevfi * gf. LJUJS, • widrty*tsw» titf* ciaau . A vQmmWM at experts in it orafUBf a new ca fcgypt.

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