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.f^E REGISTER.NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS DEATHS and FUNERALS Sylvia A. Pogue Dies At Age 21; Rites Wednesday Sylvia Ann Pogue, 21, of ll04% south 24th street, died at 10:15 a.m. Thursday at Good Samaritan Hospital, whero she had been a patient for nine days. She was a licensed practical nurse. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, November 16, at Myers Chapel. The Rev. Mervin E. Chadboume will officiate and burial will be In Bethel Memorial cemetery. The body will lie in state at Myers Chapel, wheref riends may caU after 4:00 p.m. Tuesday. She was bom June 21, 1945 In Mt Vernon, the daughter of Walter E. Pogue, Sr. and Virginia (Tincher) Pogue. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Virginia Pogue of Mt. Vernon; her father, Walter Pgoue, Sr. of Virginia; one daughter. Lisa Lynn, at home; and thi-ee brothers, Harry E. Pogue, who is serving with the U.S. Navy, and Walter E. and Timothy J. Pogue, both at home. Ovid B. Wiileman Dies At Age 65; Wayne City Rites Ovid Burrell Wiileman, 65, of Wayne City, died at 12:30 a.m. Thursday in Veterans' Hospital nt Marion. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday at the Richardson Chapel in Wayne City with the Rev. Charles Webb officiating. Burial will be an Thomason cemetery. Military rites will be conducted at the grave. The body wUl lie in state at Richardson Chapel where friends may call at any time. 1 Mr. Wiileman was bom July 12, 1901, in Wayne City, the Bon of H, C. and Phoebe (Garrison) Wiileman. ; In Mar., 1948, he was married to Ida Shell, who survives. He Is also survived by a brother, ; Bruce Wiileman of Manteno. ! Mr. Wiileman was a member of the First Christian churdi in Wayne City. A veteran of World War Two, he was a member of the Wayne CSty American Legion Post. Eugene Wood, Former Resident Dies In Wyoming Eugene Wood, 56, formerly of Mt. Vemon, died unexpectedly Thursday in his office at Casper, Wya He was a brother of Donald Wood of Mt Vemon. , Mr. Wood lived in Mt. Vernon more than 20 years ago. He taught at Casey Junior Higli and Edison schools. In his high school days he was a leading Mt. Vemon high school basketball and tennis athlete. He was employed at Casper by the McCullough Tool Co. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at Casper, with the Bester Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mr. Wood was bom Feb. U, 1910, the son of L. S. and Bessie (Branson) Wood. He was married to the farmer Virginia Reece of Mt. Vemon. She survives. Otlier survivoi-s: Two daughters, Mrs. Pete Ford of New York City, and Mrs. James Lenhart of Denver, Colo.; one sister. Mrs. John Gall of Appleton, Wis.; one brother, Donald Wood of Mt. Vernon; tliree grandchildren, 4 nieces and seven nephews. Preceding him in death were his parents; three brothrs, J. L. Wood, Glee Wood and H. M. Wood and one sister, Beulah. RECOMMEND NINE S. ILLINOIS COLLEGES Mrs. Amelia Lamazzi, 92, Of Sesser, Dies Mrs. Amelia Lamazzi, 92, of Sesser, died at 10:00 a.m. Friday at Hickory Grove Manor in Mt. Vemon. Funeral arrangments ai-e incomplete. The body has been taken to the Brayfleld Funeral Home in Sesser. Mrs. Lamazzi was bom June 24, 1874, in Italy, the daughter of Cesare and Amielinda (Bonzieini) Maestri. She was married to Ralpli Lamazzi, who preceded her in death in 1919. Survivors include four sons, Anthony Lamazzi and Eugene Lamazzi, both of Chicago, Cesare Lamazzi of Belgium and John Lamazzi of Sesser; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Ryder of (]Wcago;.slx grandchildren and seven great-gr"--Idren. Mildreo Cipher Dies; Services In Whittington Mrs. Mildred Qpher, 92, of Pontiac, Mich., died Wednesday in a hospital at Pontiac. Slie was a former resident of Whittington. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. today at the Whittington Baptist church, with the Rev. Wayne Thomas officiating. The Johnson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Cipher was bom in Franklin county. She was married to C. Cipher, who died in 1935. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Daisy Grammer of Pontiac; five grandcliildi-en, seven great grandchildren and five great great grandchildren. Gerald Reed Dies At Age 52; Funeral Tuesday Gerald Gibson Reed, 52, of 406 north Fifth street, died at 2:30 a.nj. today at Jefferson Memorial Hospital, where he had been a patient for the past week. He was a welder on construction work. Funeral services will be hti Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at Myeis Chapel, with the Rev. Glenn Boice officiating. The body will lie in state at Myers CJiapel, where friends may call after 4:00 p.m. Monday. Mr. Reed was born June 27, 1914 In Mt. Vemon, the son of Irvin C. and Effie (McClure) Reed. In 1960 he was mai-ried, in South Bend, Ind., to Marie Shriner, who survives. Besides Mis wife, he is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin C. Reed of Mt. Vernon; one son, Marvhi R. Reed of El- ghi, m.; three daughters, Geraldine Burdge of Windosor, Pa., I Caroline Delpino of Tampa, Fla., ond Janice Cleotellis of Tampa, Fla.; four step children and 12 grandchildren. Weather- Here And Elsewhere MT. VERNON WEATHER Thursday high 52, low '27. Friday higli 52, low 30. Rainfall 1965 to date 29.94 inches. One year ago high 61, low 34. Five years ago high 66, low 53. Ten ycar.s ago high 59, low 40. Sunday sunrise 6:42, sunset 4:46. Monday sunrise 6:44, sunset 4:45 (GST). nXINOIS WEATHER By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Illinois' weather today was dry and cold with temperatures in the upper 30s and 40s. Some warming was in prospect Sunday when showers may ! develop in the southern haU of : the state. ' Possibly, tonight wiU be the nippiest of the season, and temperatures may dip as low as 15 degrees in tlie state's northwest section. Southern Illinois low marks are expected to be in the 20s. Friday, tlie mercury reached 50 at Quincy and BellevDle. Otherwise, highs generally were in the upper half of the 40s. The lowest reading early today was 22 degrees at East Dubuque. Chicago's lakefront temperature did not go below 34 degrees. STATE TIMraRATURES Chicago Grant Park 43 34 Chicago O'Hare 46 33 .... Chicago Midway 44 33 .... Belleville _ 50 32 ... Moline 49 2S .... Peoria _ 48 29 .... Quincy 50 25 _.. Rockford 45 28 „. Springfield 48 30 .... Vandalia 49 32 _.. MIDWEST Dubuque 47 22 .... Green Bay 41 24 .... Paducah 54 33 _.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1966 ASTRONAUTS CHASE ECLIPSE (Continued from Page 1) (Continued from Page 1) Wayne County. 6. New Lincoln Trail District — C^-awford and Clark Counties; and the Paris portions of Edgar County. 7. New National Trail District — Effingham, Fayette and Bond Counties, and the Hillsboro portion of Montgomery County. 8. West St. aair County District — St. Clair Ctounty, including the Cahokia Commonfields, Dupo and East St. Louis areas of St. Qair County. 9. Southwestern Three Coimty District — Monroe and Randolph Ounties, and the Trlco portion of Jackson County. In otliei- action, the board accepted a heai-ing report on Kishwaukee Disti-ict in the De Kalb- Rochelle area. The district had been approved by the higher boai-d and sent back to the Junior (College board. It will now be sent to the De Kalb County su- pei'intendent to set up a referendum vote on the establishment of the district Earlier Friday, the board approved plans for establishing two Class I junior college districts — The Lewis and Clark District and the Lincoln Land District Plans for establishing the two districts go to the State Board of Higher £ducatiao for OHisideratiaa. occurs only when a new moon lines itself directly between the sun and the earth when the moon is at its closest distance to earth. The rendezvous with the eclipse was inserted back in the Gemini 12 flight plan after it once had been erased. A faulty fuel pump on the Agena target satellite forced cancellation of a plan to use the Agena to shoot to an altitude of 460 miles and resulted in a juggling of the plan. Launching Friday Flight director Glynn Lunney reported the Agena fuel pump problem was detected by the ground as the ix»cket propelled itself into orbit from Cape Kennedy Friday. He said the trouble was not considered a deterrent to a docking and the Gemini 12 launching went on schedule 99 minutes later, at 3:47 p.m. Major item lost by the failure to go to tlie high altitude was a plan by Aldrin to take ten-ain and weather pictures from 260 miles above the United States. Once airborne, the asti-onauts flew a near-perfect course in tracking the Agena target across the skies. They caught it during the third orbit after a 64,000-mile chase that took hours. Because of a failure in the spacecraft radar system, they had to rely more than intended on help from the ground. "We 're docked," Lovell e.\claimed minutes after the rendezvous when he slipped the Gemini nose into an Agena docking collar. They were the fourth pair of CJemini astronauts to accomplish a space linkup, providing additional confidence for later man-to- tlie-moon flights. Many of the maneuvers executed Friday night were similar to those that Apollo astronauts must make on their return trip from the mo(»t. After both men tried their hand at the controls, undooklng and docking, they reported a control problem with the Agena. The 26 -foot target was rolling slowly, turning the attached Gtmiiil with it The Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy 63 44 „Albuquerque, clear .. 56 32 Atlanta, cloudy 67 61 .31 I Bismarck, clear — 15 -7 .... ' Boise, rain 44 41 .14 Boston, cloudy 69 19 .... Buffalo, cloudy 45 39 .02 Chicago, cloudy 43 34 T Cincinnati, clear 45 33 Cleveland, cloudy _.. 42 35 Denver, cloudy 44 26 .... Des Moines, clear „, 47 11 „ Deti'oit, cloudy 41 32 _.. Fairbanks, clear 0 -16 Fort Wortli, clear ..1. 81 49 „.i Helena, cloudy 22 13 .... Honolulu, cloudy 84 72 .38 Indianapolis, cloudy 39 30 ™ Jacksonville, cloudy 83 63 „. Juneau, cloudy 28 20 _.. Kansas City, clear _.. 62 24 ._ Los Angeles, clear .. 69 55 Louisville, clear — 53 36 Memphis, clear 62 44 .... Miami, cloudy 80 74 .... Milwaukee, cloudy .. 44 30 .... Mpls.-St.P., clear .... 28 0 .15 New Orleans, rain .. 81 67 .... New York, cloudy .... 64 53 „ Okla. City, clear 60 33 .... Omaha, clear 40 13 .... Philadclpliia, rain ._ 67 52 T Plioenix, clear 71 42 .... Pittsburgh, cloudy _ 45 38 „. PUnd, Me., cloudy _ 63 49 .... Ptkid, Ore., cloudy .. 56 42 1.32 Rapid City, M M M M Richmond, cloudy .... 77 M M St. Louis, cloudy 52 22 .... Salt Lk. City, cloudy 53 43 .01 San Diego, cleai- 67 53 .... San Fran., cloudy 61 57 .... Seattle, cloudy 49 41 .46 Tampa, clear 85 67 .... Washington, rain 71 53 .... Winnipeg, cloudy .... 11 -1 .19 (M—Missing) (T—Trace) BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brockett of RFD 2, Blul'ord, are the parents of a son bom at 2:35 o'clock Thursday morning in Good Samaritan Hospital. He weighed six pounds twelve and one-half ounces and has been named K>le Damon. Mr. and Mrs. William Bruning of RFD 2, Murphyslwro, Tenn., are the parents of a son born at 1:54 o'clock Fri. morning in Good Samaritan hospital. He weighed seven pounds one ounce and has been named Wiliam Adam. Mr. and Mrs. David Gai-y Rous worth of RFD 1, Opdyke, are the parents of a son bora at 7:09 o'clock yesterday moming in Jefferson Memorial hospital. He weighed six pounds eight ounces and has been named David Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald (Sene Ferguson of RFD 5, CItentralia, are the parents of a daughter born at 5:36 o'clock this morning in Jefferson Mrmorial hospital. She weighed seven pounds fourteen and one-half ounces and has been named Beth Ann. ' Veterans Day Is Observed By Local W.W. I Barracks COLOR GUARD—Colors are presented by the Mt. Vernon High School Color Guard during Thursday's Veterans Day ob- ser\'ance' at the school. Below the Color Guard Is the high school band. The Veterans Day program is sponsored annually by Jefferson Post 141, American Legion, ait. Vernon. The post commander is Drayton Allison, who headed a contingent of about 20 post members representing the Legion unit at the cereniony. (Lloyd DeWltt Photo) Hospital Notes Jfefferson Memorial Admitted: Raymond Everett Pmett, Salem. I John Adolphus Williams, McLeansboro. Louis M. Hall, RFD 1. Opdyke. Judy Lynn Ferguson nen. Discharged: Joseph Andrew Harlon, south 21st. Edward Leiand Funkhouser, 1020 south 12th. Norma Ma,xine Shields, Keen- 2804 Man- 714 es. Sa- Raymond Everett Pmett, 1cm. Dorothy Ramsager, 2508 Perkins. Hazel Williams. Bonnie. Donna Sue Halliburton, Opdyke. Mayme Marie Keen, 1506 south 12th. Good Samaritan Admitted: Dorothy Winfree, 2401 College. Heni-y Walker, P.FD 4. Doris Schlosser, 1621 nortli 17t Nolan Sandy, 404 south 7th. Loretta Bruning, RFD 2, Murphysboro, Tenn. Nellie Ward, 315 south 18th. Jack NeweU, 222 south 15th. Jack Oliver, RFD 2. Loena Lovan, 82R south 19th. Patricia Prior, RFD 4. Edna Winfree, Salem Road. Lester Braddy, RFD 3. Bluford. Lan-y Motsinger, Pittsburge, HI. Hattie Buhler, 1902 Perkins. Lester Riley, Te.xico. Discharged: Zella Williams, RFD 2, Mc- Leanslx)i-o. Carla Sue Blalock, RFD 2, Bluford. Arlene Williams, 829 Lamai-. Cliester Potter, Salem. Mayme Gray, RFD 2, Bi-ough- ton. Mrs. Joyce Brockett and baby, Kyle Damon, RFD 2, Bluford. Leora Clark, 433 Stinson. Ruby Wilson, No. One Grant Place. Clara Miller, 404 south 22nd. Alice Smith, 401 south 22>.'d. Jimmie Miller, Brownsville Rd. Fred Hayes, 718 Conger. Gametta Sweat, RFD 4. Richard Gangwer, 2925 Logan. Billie Beyer, 1916 Richview Road. Janie Dulaney, 612 south 21st. Jack Oliver, RFD 2. Larry Montsinger, Pittsburge, UL DINNER HERE TONIGHT Ladies' Garment Workers To Celebrate Anniversary Takes A.M.A. Post Dr. H.C. Rogers Resigns At TB Hospital Here 5 PLANES, 3 COPTERS SHOT DOWN (Continued from Page 1) The 25tlT annivei-saiy of Local 372, International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, of Mt. Ver- i^u.b ^ celebrated at 6:30 to- Carolme Houseworth, RFD 1,! .^^^ ^^^^^.^ ^^^^^^ Among the guests will be Vice President Frederick Siems of the Central States Region, Assistant Regional Director Frank Rother and Han-y Welter, manager of the Mode O'Day plant in Mt. Vernon. There have been 25 years of uninterrupted management and labor peace and great strides have been made since the fist agi'eement was signed. The present agreement provides vacation with pay, holiday pay, medical care, sick benefits, hospital benefits, severance pay and pension for the retired workers. This progress is the result of the corporation and mutual understanding of Frederick Siems, director of ! the Central States Region, ILGWU, and Gerald L. Hall and Howard N. Duncan of the Mode O'Lay Corporation. In July, 1959 the CenU-al Illinois DisU-ict Clbuncil, ILGWU was established in Belleville, Illinois and Local 372 is one of the locals affiliated with the distiict council. .Mbert Goldman, manager of the Central Illinois District Council, expressed his thanks to the entii-e membership of Local 372 and the management of Mode O'Day for the close cooperation in reacliing peaceful settlements of their agi-eements and all other differences without any sti-ikes or stoppage in the past 25 years and loolts forward to the same agreeable relationship between management and labor in the tx- ture. Mrs. Mary Robertson, 1706 S. 12th street, Mt. Vernon, is president of Local 372 and also president of the CenU-al Illinois District Council, ILGWU. hvo were Air Force F4C Phantoms with two crew men aboard each. The others were an Air Force F105 Thunderchief, a Marine Corps F8 Crusader and an Air Foi'ce propeller-driven Skyraider, each with one flier aboard. Only the Skyraider pilot was rescued. Over South Viet Nam, U.S. I pilots flew 513 sorties, hitting at Dr. Herman C. Rogers, med- j enemy troop concentrations, ical director at the Mt Vemon I camps, water traffic and forti- State Tuberculosis Hospital for fied positions. South Vietnamese the past 13 years, has resigned ! pilots flew 174 combat sorties. to accept an executive position with the American Medical Association. Dr. Rogers has already moved to Chicago and assumbed his duties on the A, M. A. staff, as asso;iated editor of Current Medical Terminology, an attempt by A.M.A. to standardize terms used by physicians. Dr. Clifton Hall of Springfield, chief of the Division of Tuberculosis Control, said today that no successor has yet been appointed at the Mt. Vemon hospital. In the meantime Dr. MoiTis Zelman is serving as acting medical director. Dr. Rogers came to Mt. Vernon in August, 1S53, from Eagleville Sanitarium at Eagleville. Pa.,* where he sei-ved as medical director. He' is a member of the American Trudeau Society and the American College of Chest Surgeons. In 1962 he was elected as director-at-lai'ge of the Illinois Tuberculosis Association. In 1981 he was elected president of the Illinois Trudeau Society. Helicopter Casualties In the downing of the Huey helicopters Friday, U.S. headquarters said there were heavy casualties to the crews. The choppei's were shot down during a continuation of Operation Paul Revere IV in the central highlands near the Plei Djsreng Green Beret camp, 230 miles north of Saigon. Ten American nurses assigned to ttie new 45th Surgical Hospital with tlje 196th scrambled for cover as the first mortar shells landed. CERE1VION7TIERE~ SUNDAY TO MARK NEW SANCTUARY (Continued from Page II $1,000 Damage In 5 Holiday Accidents Her*e Five automobile accidents, in Mt. Vemon during the Veterans Day holiday and early today caused more than $1,000 property damage. No injuries were reported. A collision at 12th and Perkins at 11:47 Thursday night caused more than $100 damage to care driven by Peter M. Harris, 33, 500 south 15th street and Lonnie G. Odle, 18, 1000 south 22nd street. At 9:35 Thursday night a car driven by Mrs. R.L. McLain, 64, 1616 Oakland, struck a parked car in the 100 block of nortli Tenth street. The McLain car and the parked auto, owned by Alan Rich, 59,1702 Broadway, were damaged more than $100. An accident at 14th and Broadway at 3:50 p.m. Thursday involved cai's driven by Donna Jean McDonald, 18, 2412 Casey, and Mervin E. Chadbourne, 38, Mounds, 111. The McDonald car was damaged about $100, the other auto about $25. , A hit-and-run accident occurred at 1:30 a.m. today at 14th and Main. Police said an unknown driver left the scene after hitting the rear of a car driven by Joseph G. Williams, 43, Nashville, Tenn. The Williams car was damaged more than $100. One accident occurred Friday, in the 1700 block of south Tenth street. It hivolved cars driven by Louie M. McGuire, 61, 1707 south Tenth, and Hardy L. Alexander, 66, Harvey, 111. Alexander was charged with illegal passing. The McGuire auto was damaged over $100, the Alexander vehicle about $75. Break-In And Burglary Try Are Reported One break-in and an attempted bui-glary have been reported to Mt. Vernon police. At 1:55 a-m. today officers were called to the Mt. Vemon Waste .Material Co., 518 south Sixth street, and found that a burglar alarm had scai-ed thieves away. Nothing was taken, officei-s said. Hershel Thomason reported to police last night that someone entered his home, 2710 Broadway, and took a coin Day-Old Denver D L I i i * ' I Aug. 30, 1916, ana u Kaby IS /vllSSing, Throgmorton, editor of Car Hits Deer In This County Another wild deer has been killed by a car in Jefferson county. Frank Aldridge reported to the shriff's office that his car stmck the deer on the Log Cabin Road, about four miles south of U.S. Route 460, in the southeastern part of Jefferson county. Arrest Sniper At Rockford ROCKFORD, 111. (AP) - A teen-age youth was held by police today on a charge of reckless conduct in connection with a series of sniper shootings this week. i John Williams Jr., son of a' ormer deputy sheriff, was' quoted by police as saying he was the person who fired a pistol at several persons. Police said Williams, 17, denied firing a shot that wounded Michael Licavi, 15, at a grooeiy store entrance. The snipiiigs, which resulted in one woman being injured by glass fi-agments after a bullet shattered a muror, occured on the West Side. Police said they confiscated a .38 caliber automatic pistol which the boy's fatlier had used as a Winnebago County deputy sheriff. Bullets recovered from the sniping scenes were of ,38 caliber, police said. DONT FORGET Optimist Club Radio Auction Tonight At 7:00 P.M. MT. VERNON COMMUNITY CENTER To The Voters Of Jefferson County: "MY SINCERE THANKS" ROBERT (BOB) RUDDICK (Pd. Adv.) DEN\T 5: R, Colo. (AP1 - A one-day-old baby boy was reported missing early today from a nursery at (Colorado General Hospital. Police said the child was taken from a room on the fourth; floor of the hospital, a unit of the University of Colorado Medical Center, between 1:25 and 1:30 a.m. | The boy was wearing a white' hospital shirt and was wrapped in a white hospital blanket bear-j ing a "U-C Med Center" marking. Officei-s said the nurse had stepped out of the nursery to go across the hall to get supplies. A hospital spokesman said she was gone only five minutes. BILL SAYS: Charles Carpenter as' members. (Contractors were: Joe P. Boyle Jr., general; H&H Plumbing, electrical; Eater ^ pur^e containing $18.51. Sheet Metal, heating and aii- conditioning, and E.F. Wielt, plumbing and heating. The Logan Street church was organized in 1913 with J.W. Allen as the first pastor. The first church building was a 30-by 60-foot frame structure with a belfry. It was completed Aug. 30, 1916, and Dr. W.P. the Illinois Baptist Newspaper, delivered the dedicatory sermon. In 1937 the church membership chose a building committee to sell the old frame building and make plans to erect a brick sanctuai-y- The sanctuary was dedicated May 5, 1943. A parsonage was purchased just south of the church in 1948. Tlie church has been mission- ai-y in spirit and practice since organization. Pellet Breaks Car Windshield Harold CConnaway, Texico, reported to police Friday that a pellet made a hole in the wind- sliield of his cai* while he was di-iving on Salem Road, in the north edge of Mt. Vemon. They said that it was apparently a shot from a pellet gun or BB gun. Woman Hurt At 24th, Broadway Wanda Carroll, 23, of Decatur, 111., was injured in an accident at 24th and Broadway this moming. Her car went out of control and hit a power pole More than one hundred memi- bers and guests of King Oty Barracks No. 102, Veterans of World War I of USA, attended the annual obsei-vance ot Veterans Day yesterday at the local Legion hall. Comments complimentary to those who arranged the program were heard as the program came to an informal close early in the afternoon after opening at 11 a. Illinois Department Junior Vice Commander Sherman S. Carr ot Mui-physboro was tlie speaker who recalled his personal experiences of November 11, 1918 and called upon his audience to keep faith with American by patriotic activities over and above duty. He was firm in his statement that "Our country may not owe every veteran a living but it does owe its life to the veteran." He brought to tha attention of his audience the contrast of sentiments of Ameri< cans today and those who greeted the Worid War I A.E.F. when it returned victorious in the war with the Kaiser's well trained war machine. The address was a feature of the memorial program over which Barracks Commander W. D. Isaac and Auxiliai-y President Lois Weingartner presided. Others of the two organizations pai^ ticipating in the program included Grace Justice, Mae Warren, Jewel MDsley, May Baskin, Bessie Scott, Dorothy Brake, Ralph Baskin, Roy Van Hom and Lewis Brake. The voice of Nancy Jarrell was heard in solos hi- cluded in the memorial program with Candace Doughei-ty at th« piano. The Barracks and Auxiliary honored the memories of seven Buddies of the Barracks and one Auxiliary member who had died in the past year next of kin were honored guests at the program. A dinner was served by the Auxiliai-y at the close of the formal obsei-vancc. Ten musicians of Mt. Vernon township high school band entertained the audience with music appropriata to the occasion. Following the dinner, community singing arranged by Dexter A. Kelley was enjoyed by th« group. Inti-oduced as out-of-town guests wore Ann CTarr, wife cA the speaker. Past Dist. Comdr. Ivan Howe of Salem; Past District President Bertha Howe, also of Salem, and Roy Britton of Tamaroa. Mt. Vernon's own commander of the Third IHinois District and Mrs. John M. Stevens were also in attendance. Commander Isaac and President Lois Weingarbier received many compliments on the success of the program which il an annual affaur, made possible through the cooperation of Jefferson Post No. 141, the AmeA can Legion. Much credit was given the Auxiliary committee in chai-ge of the dinner tables whicl^ were so beautifully decorated. Child Killed In Sigel Crash SIGEL, ni. (AP) — A young child was killed and foiu- persons were injured today when their car ran off U.S. 45 in Sigel and rammed into a utility pole. State police said Charles Lewis, Jr., 20 months old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Le\vis d Maywood, HI., died in the crash. LTD Deluxe Equipped $2978.00 Air conditioned, vinyl top, 390 engine, automatic drive, power steering, power brakes heads a long list of equipment on tills luxurious Ford. Its a 1966 LTD four door hardtop sedan that's liad a factory price of near $4300. If you like nice automobiles, better check this LTD — and save money dealing with yours truly. 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