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tireless efforts on behalf of freedom." solution en that basis." Knights of ColumbusElect Manning as State Deputy WOOD RIVE R.—Francis J. Manning, Wood River attorney, was ejected state deputy of the Illinois State Council of Knights of Columbus, a fraternal body of over 80,000 members, at the 62nd annual meeting at Rookford Monday and Tuesday. Manning, who has previously served as state secretary, stare warden, state chairman of various committees, district deputy pud first grand knight of Wood River Council No. 2944, succeeds John H. McKeown of Chicago. He will take office in the one- year term on July 1. Other state officers elected al the assembly were: Earl S. punne, Chicago, state secretary; Victor N, Cardosi, KankBkee, s^ate treasurer; March Pe Stet* eno, Chicago, state advocate, and Herbert q. Downey, Mt. Vernon, state warden. Manning long has been prominent In Wood River. He served several terms as corporation couniel tad has been active in civic groups, He also Has been Bjomlnent In politics* anil several hag been a Republican nonv FBANCIS J. MANNING fQr cquinty Judge «n<J circuit judge. Others from the local council attending were Ralph Henkhaus, district deputy; Hubert Hayes, grand knjght; Ray Hudock, delegate;, and Howard Sparks, a* «istant secretary. . 1

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 20 May 1959, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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