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Pag* Fourteen SOUTHERN ILLINOISAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1966 Carbondalt— Herrin—Murphyiber* Hospital Note* DOCTORS, CARBONOALE ADMITTED: Jones, Mrs. Willie, Carbondsle Wiley, !Mrs^ Robert Byford, Cnrbondalt Oiborn, James Paul, Carbondale Brockett, Mrs. Andrew S. Cnrbonda!» Neal, Mrs. Charles, Carbondale Trovillion, Mrs. Lowell, Vienna Beck, Jean, Murphysboro Tow, Ervin Earl, Elkvllle 2ody, Gregg Brian, Carbondnle Cohen, Mrs, Alnn, Carbondflle Briney, Mrs, Eugene, Cartervillr DISCHARGED: Jones, Mrs. Willie. Carbondale SehencX, Mrs. Robert, CrawfortJsville, Ind. Williams, Mrs. Dollle, Mflkanda AA«?e, Ivan, Goreviile Allen, Mrs, Walter and baby, Carbondale - Allard, Mrs. David Lindell and baby, Carbondale Yow. Mrs. John M. and baby, Carbondale Smith, Mrs. Richard, Mfkanda AndersorvWiiHam, Ceirbondale Rc-d, Mrs, Bill, Hcrrin Keliey, Corm Thomas, Du Quoin Davis, Charles, MaKanrin Vancil, Albert, Carbondalu Armstrong, Edward, Makanda Crowell, Mrs. C. £-, Murphysboro BuHer, Susan, Carbondale Mc£ly*. Mrs. Gladys, Murphysboro JollVi^Tcs^ Doris, Cnrbondn'e Williams,.- Mrs. Charles Lee and baby, Marion"- 1 - Wells,VMfs. Friend B, and bciby, Carbon- dalp SHmo,. Mrs. Louis Lee, delator Rueffer, Terry Lee, Carbondalc HOLDEN,CARBONDALE ADMITTED: Craig,'R.ol'ie, Cflrbondale Kearney, Mrs, Cteta. Phoenix, Ariz. Johnson,,Curtis H., Cambria Swansori,' Mrs. Lillie, Carbcndal* Marlow,- Mrs. Maureen, Herrin Ketrins,. John Elliott, Carbondale Crawford, Velveeta. Carbondale DISCHARGED: O'Su'ltyan, James, Carbondfllf LlnglifMrs. Catherine, Oongola Robinson; Mrs. Grace, Carbondale Joplin, Xifr.qi I. Cambria Jarvis,-Mrs, Iva, Hurst Miller, Matthew, Carbondale futile, Floyd, Carbondale Worth, Margaret, Johnston City HERRIN ADMITTED: Wharlon, Mrs. Shnron, Hprrin James, Mrs. Ramon*, Hurst Tackeft, Mrs. Mary, Hurst Tipppy, Linda, Horrin Clark, David, Herrin Venler, Mrs. Merri, Herrin Johnston, Hanley, CarlerviMe Sweat, Mrs. Susan, Herrin Pollack, Mrs. Rose, Herrtn Splnks, Mrs, Ella, OrterviMe Mitchell, Mike, Herrin Nosotti, Mrs. Eunice, Herrin Royals, Mrs. Lillian, Johnston City Clark, Mrs. Sherry, ZeipJer Wynn, Mrs. Sandra, Christopher Claunch, Mrs. Verna, Herrin Collins, Paul, West Frankfort McNeill, Mrs, Ethel, Herrin Odom, Ben, Carterville Brown, Paul, Benlon Smith, Mrs. Mona, Herrin White, Claude, Carterviile Em*ry. Mrs. Velvn, Herrin Gulley/Marylin, Carterville Jordan, Mrs. Wanda, Herrin Tucker, Georqe, Herrin DISCHARGED: Hindman, William, Herrin Robinson, Mrs. Ida, Carterviile Davis, Mrs, EFfle, Carlerville Hoffard, Norma, Johnston City FManinc. John, Johnslon City Burgess, James, Herrin Gulley, Marylin, Carterviiiff WoolarcJ,,Mr'5. Vera, Herrin Palmer, Ray, Herrin Millfl^AjIrs. Dolores, Herrin CQlyep.,,i,cri, Zeiglcr Holton, Mrs. Rose, Herrin HarveV'Mrs. Carl and baby, Herrin Spencer, Mrs. Datia, Herrin Hopper,'Will, Herrin Holdecficld, Mrs. Lulfl, Herrin Patrick, Mrs. Etrml, Marion FRANKLIN, BENTON ADMITTED; Corn,- Ray, Macedonia Strickland, Mfs. Louise, Benton Harp, Simeon, Christopher Armstrong, Mrs Josephine, Benton Eldridge, Mrs, Grace, West Frankfort Kelly, Mrs. Eunice, West Frankfort Williams, Mrs, Ruth, Benlon Lock, Mrs, Jessie, Dowaqiac, Mich. Schelfer, Paul, ThompsonviHe Jones, Mrs. Ruth, Zeigler Durham, David, Benton Hart, James, Benton Ingram, Theodore, Benlon Sneed, Mrs. Montereigh, Benton Johnson, Gayla, Thompsonville Edwards, Mrs. Sheri, West Frankfort DISCHARGED: Howe, Floyd, Benton Waller, Mrs. Marsha, Thompsonville Simpson, Mrs. Bnutah, West Franktort Reed,. Fred, Benton Moore, Cheryi, West Frankfort Fickas,.Mrs. Oma, West Frankfort Barker,.Mrs. Ada, West Frankfort Berg,'Mrs. Maggie, Sesser Kilcjore, Russell, Benton Xichols, Hollie, Buckner Barrenper, Mrs. Flora, Thompsonville Butcher, Mrs. Zeta, Bucknsr Slruble, Raleigh, Benton Spittler, Mrs. Catherine, Benton Timhqrfon, Mrs, Kindra and baby, Benton Swoffa/d, Cheryl, Benlon Crawford, Mrs. Blllle and baby, Wes Frankfort Nichols. Mrs. Etta, Buckner Rfchafds, Mrs. Ellen, Benton MARSHALL BROWNING, DU QUOIN ADMITTED: Biscontmi, Mrs LIbby, Royanon Hammonds, Morion D., Benton Miller,'.Mrs, Nancy, Elkville Crane, Roy E,, Du Quoin Hill, Mrs. Dorothy, Du Quoin Dinlelmnr,, Cynthin Mae, Du Quoin Wells, William G., Scheller Haqston, Mrs. Jane, Plnckneyville Parker, Ira Noel, Du Quoin McCormack, Mrs. Rose F,, Murphysboro Massacci, Mrs. Gladys, Du Quoin Walker, Rev. Vance, Coullerville McDon'eid, Georpe P., Du Quoin DISCHARGED: Artezoi'-M/s. Ethel, De Solo Gancarclk, Joseph, Du Quoin Hewlett, Danny, Royallon Aden. Henry, Du Quoin SwiBert, Mrs. Elizabeth, Du Quoin Dawson, Larry, Mulkeytown Kennedy, Mrs. Matrtew, Du Quoin Malope, Kenneth, Carlervitle Adams, Glenn, Du Quoin Lemlng, Mrs. Helen, Christopher Hagston, Mrs, Venitta Jane, PincXney' vilie MEMORIAL CHESTER ADMITTED: Voile, Dale, Chester Fricke, Cydin, Rockwood Rodewald, Rudolph, Ava Feddcrke, Henry, Chester Kisro. Helen, Evansville DISCHARGED: Voile, Dale, Chester AAoeller, Marie, Chester Fester, Herbert, EMIs Grov* KJefsr, Dorothy, Cutler Eggemfjyar, Martha- Chester Pape, George, Jacob MEMORIAL, MARION ADM1TJ.ED: Kelicrv%Vditer, Marion Fergd^oii, Mrs, Meille, Marion Robtfr-lson, Artfi. Alice, Mjrion Nelson,' Basil, Marion Simmons, Mrs. Mnrgie, Marion Nicholson, Laquetta, Marlon Rector, Orval, Marion Manning, Mrs. Judy, Marion Claypool. Mrs. Georgia, Grand Chain j Nelson, Gilbert, Marlon Cunningham, Mrs. Ondean. Anna HoMrtnd.'Mrs. Mable- Marion Stou^i Mrs. Ruth, Gcrevilk Carbray. Mrs. Sophia. Marlon Stanley, Mrs. Eulfl- GorevlH* Meade- Admiral, Johnston Ciry DISCHARGED: McPheron, Mrs. Lula, Johnston City Flannel), Jesse, Carrier Mills Teaaue, Mark, Marlon Nicholson, Mrs. Atma and baby, Marlon Wohiwend, Lawrence, Marlon Debose, Mrs. Luvenia, Herrin Goodman, Mrs. Carol, Cairo Wilson, Mrs. Ifdna and baby, C r« a I •pflngs Hospital Notts BARNES, ST. LOUIS, MO. Crawshaw, John, Carbondale; friends may write in care of the hospital. MtNERS, CHRISTOPHER ADMITTED: -yf, DuHamel, George, Mulkeytown Tulo, Mrs. Aslee, Royallon Griffin, Mrs. Clara, Valler Mitchell, Gene, Benlon Moore/ Mrs. Flo, Christopher DISCHARGED: Overturf, Orville, Valier Goblop, Mrs. Laura, Sesser Gergely, John, Valier Mitchell, Andy, Benton Biggs, Leo, Benlon Smith, Thomas, De Soto P1NCKNEYV1LLE COMMUNITY ADMITTED: Henpe, Robert, Du Quoin Dunn, Mrs. Irene, Pinckneyvill* Harris, Rev. Earl., Pinckneyville Gladson, Mrs. Jennie, Plnckneyylllg Heqler, Mrs. Mallie, Pinckneyville Hepp, Frank, Cutler Owens, Gcorete, Tilden DISCHARGED; Roethe, Otto, Pinckneyville Blair, Mrs, Vernn, Percy Roncaglione, Mrs. Theresa, Pinckneyville Ailard, Scott, Vernennes Linlner, Mrs, Norma, Cuiler Hammack, Georoe, Pincknryvlllr Roach, Mrs. Beatrice, Pinckneyville Russell, Paul, Carbondale Wepiewskl, Lee, Tnmaroa George, Janice, Tamaroa Diamond, Margaret, Cutler SPARTA COMMUNITY DISCHARGED: Boyet, Dennis, Marisfia Hrickworlh, Russell, Sparta Biar, Mrs. Henry and son, Spnrla Krantz, Torrln, Stecleville Copeland, John E., Tilden ST. JOSEPH, MURPHYSBORO ADMITTED: Smith, Graydon, Carbondalu Hickson, Mrs. Donald, Carbondi\l« Cflffenbergcr, Mrs. Glenn, Carbondflle Duke, Mrs. Thomas, CarbondBln Thompson, Brian, Belleville Compton, Debra, Ava Holliday, Mrs. Edward, Ava . . Gholson, Mrs, Warren, Hurst Foster, William, Murphysb'ore Smith, Clyde, Murphysboro DISCHARGED: Oehlerl, Fred, Murphysboro BVird, Mrs. Jack and son, Murpliysbore Moore, Judith, Murphysboro Clover, Mrs. Jimmie and son, Murphysboro Pierson, John, Murohvsboro Sipes, Clay, Murphysboro Rendleman, Mrs. Earl, Murphysborft Elms, Frank, Murphysboro Elletl, Mrs. Kenneth, Pomona Jean, Mrs. John, Carbondald UNION COUNTY, ANNA ADMITTED: Roach, Becky, Anna Lindsey, Alton, Anna Wrlahti Bruce. Caroenlfti'vUlf Marincovich, Mrs. Marion, Cobden Sadler, Clifford, Anna DISCHARGED: Davis, Mrs, Celestfi, Cohdpn Clutts, Mrs. MaurJe, Anna Losrar, Arthur, EIco Yockley, Marion, Anna Ury, Mr?;. Ruby, Jonesboro Roach, Bpcky, Anna Sfldler, Clifford, Anna Woods, Wesley, Carhondaltt UNION. WF.ST FRANKFORT ADMITTED: Dukes, Mrs. Bpverlv, West Franklorl McLain, Mrs, Phyllis, Thompsonville Fann, Mrs. .lovce. Rovalton Kovaleski. Nick, Johnston City Sanders, Norman, West Frankfort Weber, Alex, Orient Cole, Mrs. Rubv, West- Frankfort Knsner, Mrs. Nannie, West Frankfort- Mitchell, Mrs. Margaret, West Frankfort Holloman, Mrs. \ctt. West Frankfort Moakp, Bryan, West Frankfort Mavs, Hsrnirl, West Prnnkfort DISCHARGED: Fisher, Mrs. Marv, W^st Frankfnrt Sallliez, Mrs. Ruhv, Wrsl Frankfort Jordan, Mrs, NoMIe, Wp«t Frankfort Shockley, Mrs, Connie. Benlnn Mocaby, Georoe, Thomosonvfllft Payne, Wlliiflm, Johnston Cffv Rrunton, Mrs. Mildred, West Frsnkfort Cox, O'-CAr, W**-;t Fr»n^ort Hill, Mr*. (=l5?o. Orient Cara*. Steve, V>st rr^n^fort Casppll, Mrs, Aria. West Frankfort Grahir, ' <?nos, Lna?n Gunfer, David, West Frankfort William*,, Mrs. Marjorle and baby. West Frankfort Birth* CARBONDALE: DUKE, Mr. »nd M r«. Thomas, a daughter Saturday In St. Joseph Memorial Hosnital, Murphysboro. CARBONOALE: WILEY, Mr, Mid Mrs. Robert, a son Saturday In Doctors Hospital, Carbondale. CARTERVILLE: RRIN'EY, Mr. and Mrs. Euoene, a son Sunday in Doctors Hos- oltal, Carbonriale. CHRISTOPHER: WYNN, Mr. and Mrs. Jamos, a son Sunday in Herrin Hospital HERRIN: WHARTON, Mr. and Mrs. Michael, a daughter Monday In Herrin Hospital. HERRIN: ALLEN, Mr. and Mrs. James, a riauohter Sunday in Doctors Hospital, Carbondale. HURST: TACKETT, Mr. and Mrs. Don- aid, a son Monday In Herrin Hospital. 31 BIRTHS MARION: LOYD, Mr, and Mrs. Ronnie, n son Saturday in Marion Memorial Hos- MARION: SIMMONS, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Jr., a son Sunday in Marion Memorial Hospital. MT. VERNON: RUSSIER, Mr. and Mrs Fred, a douphler Saturday in Franklin Hosoltal, Benton PINCKNEYVILE: DUNN, Mr. and Mrs. Edward, a daughter Saturday in Pinck- n«willp Community Hospital. VIENNA: VINSON, Mr. and Mrs. Paul, twin sons Saturday In Marion Memorial Hospital. VIENNA: TROVILLION, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell, a son Sundav In Doctors Hos- ollal. Carhondalp, WALSH: RRADSHAW, Mr. and Mrs Rnyford. a son Saturday in Sparla Community Hospital. Soarla. ZEIGLHR: JONEP. Mr. and Mrs. Larrv, a son Sunday In Franklin Hospital, Benton. Southern Illinois Deaths MARION: GUILL, Mrs. Julia, 7fi, of S. Court St., died at i : 3o p.m. Saturday in Marion Memorini Hor.pital; servlcer, "> p.m. Tuesday in Witson Memorial Chapel of Marlon; burial in Rose Hill Cemcterv; friends may call at Wilson Funeral Home. MURPHYSRORO: WILLIAMS, Howard Edward, H9; died 10:50 a.m. Saturday in Holden Hospital, Carbon-'Mfi; services ? p.m. Tuesday in Meyer-Denny Funeral Home, Murohvsborn, with dm Rev. Harry R. Chasteen officiatina; fri»nds may call af thp funeral hnmp; burW In Tow- MURPHYSBORO: WOLFF, Mrs, Julia Ellen, 79, rlifld Sunday; services at 10 a.m. Wednesday in St. Andrew's Calh- olir Churrh. h ur jH in St. An' 1 -""'"? C^m*. '•ry; -friendi mav call after 5 p.m. Tuesday a I- the Meyer-Denny Funeral Mom*, Murphvsbnro VIENNA: BARNETT, Bill, 63, died nf fln apparent heart attack at X p.m. Fridiy; services ? p.m. Tuesday in Mounr Funeral Home of Vienna, where friends mav call; buriaJ in Vienna Fraternal Cemetery; Masonic riles fit- 8 p.m. cloy at the Funeral home. Iowa Guard Call Refused In Job Clash Harlan, Iowa (AP) Bullets and rocks flew at a strikebound meat packing plant in this little western Iowa town early today, but Gov. Harold Hughes refused a sheriff's plea to call out the National Guard. The violence subsided at least temporarily with arrival of a district judge at the Western Iowa Pork Co. plant. Union leaders said they would not be responsible for anything that happened and pledged a labor march on Harlan if Guardsmen are called out. No serious injuries were reported, but several pickets and replacement workers suffered cuts and bruises. Virtually every window in the plant was broken by bullets or rocks late Sunday night and early today. Five trailers brought in by the company to house new employes were overturned. Pickets shielded by a crude barricade they had set up-hurled a rain: of rocks and chunks of concrete on • a car carrying six supervisory personnel entering the plant, smashing the vehicle's windows. One picket suffered a cut on the side of his head when he hit the hood of a fire truck with a baseball bat, and a fireman in turn hit the picket. Things settled down this morning when Judge Bennett Cullison of Shelby County District Court arrived at the plant to check reports his injunction limiting pickets to four at each of two plant entrances was being violated. Sheriff Orrell Gearhart said before the judge arrived, his 34 law enforcement officers—some drawn from as far as 90 miles away—were outnumbered 2-1 by angry members of Local 1225 of the United Packinghouse Food and Allied Workers Union (AFL- CIO). For a time, said the sheriff, they were unable even to get a doctor into the plant to tend to the injured. Strikers were firing guns but mostly into the air and not toward officers, he added. "They have us outnumbered two to one, and they have weapons—baseball bats, metal spikes and guns," the sheriff reported at the time. Union Vote Contested Edward Hannan, general manager of the plant, said the striking union has not ben recognized as official bargaining agent /or employes, because another union is contesting results of a representation election held last April. Hannan said he hired about 30 to 35 new workers, and about 15 of the 150 strikers returned to work. "We absolutely .need the National Guard to enforce the court injunction," said the plant manager. But Gov. Hughes said he had no intention of calling out the National Guard "at this moment." The governor said agents of the Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investigation, National Guard officers and highway patrolmen are investigating "and in their opinion, the National Guard should not be called out." Davis Hart, district director of the packinghouse workers in Des Moines, accused packing plant officials of refusing to bargain for a contract although the union was certified by the National Labor Relations Board as bargaining agent. Commented Sheriff Gerhart: "If ever the National Guard were needed, it is needed now in Harlan." From U.S. WtATHlK BUREAU FIVE-DAY FORECASTS Southern Illinois — Temperatures will average 3-9 degrees below the normal Tuesday through Saturday. Normal hiphs are in the lower 70s north to the upper 70s south. Normal lows in the upper 40s north to the Low 50s south. Temperatures will turn cool Tuesday, moderate late in the week but turn cool again toward the weekend. Rainfall will average around Va inch occurring as showers and thunderstorms Tuesday and possibly again toward the wgekend. Driver Held After Chase Magistrate Robert Schwartz of the circuit court at Carbondale has set trial Oct. 24 for a Murphysboro man arrested on a charge of reckless driving, Geoffrey Fuller Ryan, of 618 S. 19th St., Murphysboro, jwas held in the Carbondale city jail Sunday night on the charge. Ryan was released today on $100 bond. He is a Southern Illinois University student. Carbondale police said Ryan's car hit a curb on West Main street in Carbondale. Police said Ryan tried to elude the police and drove at speeds up to 80 miles an hour. Ryan stopped on Kennicott street, two boys jumped out of the car and fled, and Ryan's car stalled as he tried to turn around, police said. ILLIN01S ZONES FORECAST Figures Show low Tompc-rotwres. Expected Until Tu**d«y Morning Holorcd Preopitcilon No) Indicated— Coniult Lo<al Forecast Cool, With Showers £|NCZ ^ How It Looks Across State A band of rain and shower* is expected from the South • Central states to the Great Lakes tonight. It will anow in the central Rockies with rain to the south. Showers and squalls are expected in Florida. It will bo cooler in th* Plains and warmer in the East and South. (AP Wirephoto) Wilson Hears Auto Workers' Protests Brighton, England (AP) Prime Minister Harold Wilson faced hundreds of angry, shouting automobile workers today and invited a group of their leaders into his hotel for a discussion of their unemployment fears. The British leader, taut but determined, appeared before the milling crowd which had waited in the rain for more than an hour to demonstrate as he emerged from the headquarters hotel of the Labor party convention here. The car workers converged on this south coast resort on the opening day of the annual five- day convention to protest the government's program of massive deflation. This already has resulted in tens of thousands of car workers losing their jobs, A line of police linked arm to arm held the surging crowd back as Wilson appeared with his personal bodyguard surrounding him and heavily reinforced. The automobile workers— mainly labor union floor organizers—were protesting the labor government's program of massive deflation, which some estimates say this winter may bring unemployment to 100,000 in the auto and related industries. Illinois-Scene Birthday Plans Take Shape For State's Anniversary Freeport (AP) Plans for the observance of Illinois' 150th birthday anniversary were taking shape today at meetings of the Illinois Sesquicentennial Commission. The commission sessions began Sunday following the adjournment of the fall meeting o£ the Illinois State Historical Society. The dovetailed meetings were planned because several society members also are part of the commission. The commission was to meet through Monday. Ralph G. Newman, commission chairman, said the group is developing a many-faceted observance to relive the events of 1818 when Illinois became the 21st state of the union. During the weekend historical society meeting, J. Robert Smith, a Carmi newspaperman, was elected president of the group. He succeeded Newton C. Farr, a Chicago real estate dealer. Paul Simon of Troy received the society's publication award for his book, "Lincoln's Preparation for Greatness." Mrs. 0, G .Rawson of East St. Louis was presented the individual award for local history. Joliet Teachers Strike Averted Joliet (AP) Classes were conducted with- Peop/e In The News Kidney Ailment Sends Sato To Hospital Tokyo (AP) Japanese Prime Minister Eisaku Sato has developed a kidney ailment and will receive treatment Jor about 10 days at the Tokyo University hospital, his spokesman announced today in Tokyo. Sato, 65, had to cancel the day's schedules, including a trip to the airport to see off Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos, and a meeting with outgoing U.S. high commissioner for Ryukyu, Lt. Gen. Albert Watson II. Lawford to Produce Kennedy TV Scries (c) 1966 New York Times New York Peter Lawford, a former brother-in-law of John F. Kennedy, announced today that his film company would produce a series of 26 one-hour documentary programs about the late Presi- nade to save four comrades. He was awarded the Medal of Honor last April. Katzenbach Moves Out Of Justice Department Cc) 1966 New York Times Washington Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach left the Justice Department Sunday with a prediction that a fair housing civil rights bill would pass and that Sen. Everett McKinley Dirksen, R-I1L, would vote for it. Katzonbach also hinted that he might assume a "devil's advocate" role in his new job as under secretary of state. In a relaxed mood as he packed Friday to move into the State Department today, Katzenbach added in a farewell interview that his successor may devote more time to crime problems and less to civil rights matters than be did. dent's 1,000 days in office. Lawford will be executive pro- Sen. Douglas Propose* ducer of the television series, "J.F.K.; The Man," Lawford was divorced by Mrs. Patricia Kennedy Lawford last February ai'tel' an 11-year marriage. School Named for Olive, Negro Paratroop Hero Wyandanch, N.Y. (AP) The new elementary school of Wyandanch, N. Y. has teen named for Milton L. Olive, 18, a Negro paratrooper who died in action last year in Viet Nam. The 29-room school was named at a ceremony attended by New Withholding Tax Washington (AP) Sen. Paul H, Douglas suggests that inflation can be slowed, by imposing a 5 per cent temporary withholding tax. Such a tax, the Illinois Democrat said Sunday in an' inter- some 600 persons. Olive was killed view radio on the NBC program television- 'Meet the Press,"" "would mop up excessive purchasing power, particularly in the upper income, brackets, not in the lower brackets." Douglas said the money collected by such a tux could be held in escrow by the government and returned to taxpayers when he , "when employment rose and we tteew himself on a hand gre-l were in a recession." out interruption in Joliet public schools today following an agreement averting a strike nf teachers. Members of the Joliet Township High School and Joliet Junior College Board agreed that a collective bargaining election for teachers would be held Oct. 17. Although no bargaining agent has been selected, the teachers were represented in the negotiations by Local 604 nf the American Federation of Teachers. The board also agreed to increase teachers salaries wherever possible if uncommitted funds can be found or cutbacks effected. Two Questioned In Fatal Beating Joliet f AP) Two men are being held for questioning in the fatal beating Sunday ' of a 19-year-old Rockdale laborer. Police said the victim, Nicholas J. Faynik, was, beaten on the face and head with fists and a blunt'instrument in "an area between two Rockdale taverns. Worker Electrocuted In Granite City Granite City (AP) . An electrician working at Granite City Steel Co. was electrocuted Sunday when he accidentally touched a live wire, a company spokesman said. The victim was Floyd Kuykendall, 49, of St. Louis. He was an employe of a St. Louis firm doing work at the Illinois Steel plant. Area Picture High temperature Saturday, S3; low temperature Saturday, 40. High temperature Sunday, 68; low temperature Sunday, 37; overnight low, 47. Temperature at 10 a.m. today, Precipitation from 7 a.m. Sunday to 7 a.m. Monday, none. Sunset today, 6:40; Sunrise Tuesday, 6:59; Sunset Tuesday 6:39; Lake Stages Crab Orchard Lake 14 inches below spillway Devil's Kitchen Lake 9 inches below spillway Little Grassy Lake 10 inches below spillway Lake of Egypt 12 inches below spillway Seven Fined On Charges Seven persons fined in Jackson County Circuit Court Monday by Magistrate Robert W. Schwartz: —M. K. Albright, of 306 N. Washington St., Carbondale, a Southern Illinois University student, $25 and $5 costs for use of false identification card to purchase liquor at the ABC Liquor Store in Carbondale at 2:44 p.m. Saturday. Robert Van Hook, of South Washington street, Carbondale, an SIU student from Mount Pulaski, $25 and $5 costs for underaged drinking; stopped by Carbondale police on West Mill St. at 8:30 p.m. Friday. —Daniel Crawford, SIU student from New Berlin, $25 and $5 costs for underaged drinking; stopped by Carbondale police on West MU1 St. at 8:30 p. m. Friday. -Martin Mitchell, SIU student from Thompson Point, and Robert D.- Mitchell, SIU s t u- dent from filC Ruwlings St., both in Carbondale, $5 and $5 costs tor trespassing at 600 W. Freeman St. Dormitory at 9:30 p. m., Oct. 1; police said the two boys were on the third floor of a privata girls' dormitory. —James Humbert from the Crab Orchard Job Corps camp, $25 and $5 costs for underage acceptance of alcoholic beverages. —Richard Daniels from t h e Crab Orchard Job Corps camp, $25 and $5 costs for underage attempt to purchase liquor at the ABC Liquor Store in Carbondale, Saturday. Press Blasts Vietnamese Censorship (c) 1966 New York Times Saigon The Association of Foreign Correspondents in Viet Nam strongly criticized the censorship of news agency photographs today and demanded an end to the South Vietnamese government's "unwarranted and outrageous interference .w i th members of the worldwide free press." Both the Associated Press and the United Press International bureaus in Saigon said government officials prevented them from transmitting news photos ihowing the accidental crash of i South Vietnamese Air Force plane during an air show at Tansonnhut airbase Saturday. Bryce B. Miller, UPI bureau chief in Saigon and president of .he correspondents association, said government officials cut off lis teletype equipment for three hours after Saturday's crash. "Further, newsmen at the scene of the crash and those at- :empting to reach the scene were obstructed, manhandled and threatened by both Vietnamese civil and military authorities and American air police," read a portion of the protest signed by Miller. The association statement said t also deplored the "aiding and abetting of this continuing practice" by U.S. authorities. In a meeting Sunday evening South Viet Nam's Premier, Air Vice Marshal Nguyen Cao Ky, told representatives of the association that he had "taken steps" to see that situations similar to Saturday's did not develop again. 1— Mostly cloudy .with showers likely tonight. Low in tht 40s. Showers ending and becoming windy and cooler Tuesday. High in the 50s. 2— Mostly cloudy with showers likely tonight. Low in th* low 50s. Showers ending and becoming windy and cooler Tuesday. High upper 50s. 3_Mostly cloudy with shower's likely' tonight.' Low upper 50s. Showers ending and becoming windy and cooler Tuesday. High in the 60s. 4, 7— Considerable cloudiness with chance of showers tonight and Tuesday. Turning cooler Tuesday. Lows tonight in the 50s. Highs Tuesday in the 60s. Outlook for Wednesday. Partly cloudy and cool. 5— Increasing cloudiness and a little warmer tonight with | showers likely by morning. ' Tuesday showers and turning cooler. Low tonight mid 50s. High Tuesday in the 60s. 6, 8, 9— Considerable cloudiness with chance of showers tonight and Tuesday. Turning cooler Tuesday. Lows tonight from the 50s to the low 80s. Highs Tuesday from the 60s to the mid 70s. Southerly winds IS to 23 this afternoon diminishing slightly tonight. Outlook fpr Wednesday partly cloudy and cool. St. Louis Area: Considerable cloudiness with R chance of showers tonight and Tuesday. Turning cooler Tuesday. The low tonight in the 50s. High Tuesday from the 60s to around 70, Winds today southerly 17 to 22 miles per hour and diminishing slightly tonight. Outlook for Wednesday partly cloudy and cool. Chicago Area: Cloudy and' mild tonight with showers like-: Jy. Low in the 50s. Tuesday showers ending and turning cooler. High around 60. Outlook for Wednesday mostly sunny and cooler. . . Herrin, Marion To Host 1967 Jaycee Events More than 180 .Jaycee,? and their wives, representing li area towns, attended the fall district Jaycee meeting in Marion Saturday night. Herrin was named to host tint 1967 bowling tournament and spring district meeting. Marion, will host next year's sectional- junior sports jamboree. Larry Stroup of Carlyle, state Jaycee speak-up chairman, and Bob Ketller, of Waterloo, district national director, wcrt speakers. Ron Edmonds, of Marion, general district chairman, Bob Swalls, of Zeigler, and Leo Dingrando, also of Marion, district vice presidents, were in charg* of the meeting. Awards were presented to tht Cairo and Johnston City clubs. Bob Hardcastle, of Herrin, was presented a Jaycee senatorship award from the Herrin club in recognition of many years of outstanding service. WINTER TUNE-UP Here's what we do to put your oar in tip top shape for wintry conditions. 1. Replace spark plugs ?.. Replace distributor points 3. Replace distributor condenser 4. Set engine timing 5. Adjust carburetor 6. Clean fuel filter bowl, screen. -^ PRICE INCLUDES ALL PARTS t LABOR! ^ DON BEATRIX'S CARBONDALE TIRE SERVICE ONLY 7 X cy?. ecrs 320 N. ILLINOIS CARBONDALE 549-33W