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PACK SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JUNE 17, I960 County Party Leaders Tell Plans i Harmony Is ~ -^^ a^HHHl GOP Aims Democrats' Goal in Fall •y JAMKS KULP Telegraph Staff Writer BDWARDSVILLE - Harmony to the Democratic Party is the keynote of his chairmanship, Walter T. (Buck) Simmons, Chairman of the Madison County Democratic Central committee, toW the Telegraph in an interview here. Simmons. 42, a clerk hi the of- Suit Filed to Restrain Use of Hospital Records •uch harmony in the county Democratic organization. "My job is to get all factions of the party in, the county together to work for the electon of Otto Kerner as governor of Illinois." Simmons said, "and, In fact, to get thenv together to elect the entire j county, state and national tick-i EDWARDSVILLE—Nine phy- ets on the Democratic slate." sicians-surgeons on the Wood Simmons indicated that about River Township Hospitnl med- one-half of Kerner's vote in the;j ca | 8ta ff fjjed an equity suit in April 12 primary election In-circuit Court here today to re- Madison County came from Ven- Rfrn j n use o f hospital morris Ice, Nameoki, and Chouteau i Jnvo , vjnK tne)r pa tlenti at tW- townships. thcr hearings June 22 and 23 The nickname, "Buck." wasi beforp tne h osp jt a rs boarrl of given to him when he was about d j rpr t ors on dropping of Dr. 4 or 5 years old, Simmons said. f jernard Apnnel from associate Single, hr resides at 1028 Third . medjcal 3^ membership atthe St. in Venice with his mother,:, ax . sllp ported public hospital. At Intensive Campaign Wilbur H. Gehrlng Las Vegas Restaurant Burned Out B.v 4 AMfcS KtTLP Telegraph Staff Writer EDWARDSVILLE - Republi. . cans plan a "very strenuous" campaign In Madison County this fall on county, state and national levels, Wilbur H. Gehring, the party's new county chairman, told the Telegraph. Gehring, 62, and an Edwards| vllle farmer all his life, was elected chairman of the Madison County Republican Central Committee at the biennial organization meeting, succeeding Charles G. Thomae of Bethalto. Gehrlng had previously been sec- Iretary of the organization. : Gehring said the campaigning j planned by Republicans includes j getting out the county's GOP .voters for the November general election and the scheduling ; of "high caliber" speakers for 'various local rallys. At least one ; county-wide rally is planned al- I so, he said, but could give no | idea of what speakers would be i invited to the meetings at this i time. > "Our plans to conduct a stren-i iuous campaign is why we've gone! |to the trouble and expense of 1 in Obituaries I W. Grew Mrs. Anna Hunt Rites Conducted A Solemn Requiem Hlftt wai nmg for Mrs. Anna O. Hunt of SM fi. «th St., at 11 a.m. Wed- nwday In St. Mary'i Church, with the Rev. Father Joseph Schmertmawi as celebrant. Th* Rev. Schmertmann also official- ed at committal rites In St. Jo seph Cemetery. The Rev. Father In ill health for the past four months, James W. Grter, SI, died al 7:50 a.m. today hi St. Joseph's Hospital. Previous 1o entering the hospital on Thursday, he had resided at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Addle Hoi- man, 2fi09 Powhatan. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. W. A. Greer, five daughters. Mrs. Holman, Mrs. Ken- William Hembrow was deacon jneth Gill of Alton, Mrs. Esther and the Rev. Father Thomas'" Gallenbach was sub-deacon. Serving as pallbearers were SQVALL APPROACHES ALTON along. Five minutes later, rain was so heavy over this spot one could not see ten feet ahead. But the boat was in the clear, several hundred yards tip- stream.—-Staff Photo. One of the small squalls which hit Alton Thursday afternoon Is shown as it came across the Mississippi river, The Mississippi II, towboat en route to pick up a sand dredge, ignored the storm and casually puffed Leo Springman, John Steldle. John Byrnes, Sidney H. Gent, Raymond Springman and Leon ard Sheff. Mrs. Sallie Cotter Rites Set Saturday Funeral rites for Mrs. Sallie Cotter. 49, wife of Lee F. Cotter, who operated a seam stress shop at 203 Piasa, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday in ithe Burke Funeral Home. In- M. Jordan and Mrs. James Wilson. Minneapolis. Minn., and Mrs. Fred Woods of Cairo, two sons, James A. of Cleveland and Benjamin L.. Minneapolis, one brother and one sister of Cleveland, Ohio, 14 grandchildren, and 9 great-grandchildren. The body is at the Tabernacle Baptist Church, 2620 Amelia, where friends may call after 8 p.m. Sunday. Funeral rites will ibe conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday In Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Burial will be in Colp. Otto Heyer School Board Le & on Award Winners Are Dinner Guests Meets; One Dead, 4 Hurt Winners of the American Legion awards to junior high and Eighth BRpWNSBORO, Tex. (AP) - A igradp graduates of Alton area respective fpud tha , nas , ong Gehring sniri. "l; sp |j t f n is PaS | Texas town flared| parPn ( S ' seen smoking a pipe, Gehring j werp owns a grain farm on Bluff Native of Granite City Elected the Democratic zation meeting by ^airman at' Reuter W V.loberso. A. C. and Maurice Woll. in-i Sheriff's deputies launched an< about two mi]cs S0llthwest O f Ed-1 m ., rripr 'dlvidually. and as members of investigation for possible arson | wardBvil , e . He does poetically '... I •-. flnM «si."m>> nvtr* >Mfn*wvtnt in** t*>f\m .... . _ . _ I |\| ] 1£(| \V3 S The principal after-dinner ad- secretary was charged with . "" >""-'<'"' «•••" «»«-• »« (dress was made by County Judge «.ui, ul , ... t -v... 0 _„ morlipnl staff af Wnnri Rivor !n " f ' r receiving information from loll his own work hirinp littlp nut i after the first ballot, when ^•^e_medica^staff^t Uood R'ver^ ^.^ ^ ^ un , dcnt|fied J"™^ 3 'iJe and his! 42 ' " Jmb ° r °° mpany ° Perat ° r ' Wh ° I Michael Kinney, whose topic was Youth Activities". wasVel^d by *o builet;m^i ™*r ?•. ™* «**« '" ?* <UICI lilt i*lfc»fc v*.»»«»»«-l ....".. ^ f f den Mayor William H. Jenkins > Fowrwhip HospitaK ^ was runner-up for t h e chairman-; They named attendants the | casino execut f vc8 jugt — —" »-• r^'"" j utes after he demanded the board ship, Simmons succeeded John five members of the board of thrpe hoiirs beforp bla7e broke J" ^ e J^*J^ rd ^™ s I Itemize some of the bills it had Bridick In the post. Simmons i directors of the hospital, the bos- !()ut I f ^? ^ * 08C m .. , g ?"<?" '< presented was formerly Venice Township : pital itself, and Dr. Apanel. j T ' ho fjrp apparmtly sta ,., ed fa j ^" ^5^^ ™T Rriomied' Sch ° o1 Board President Ivan H.; thP L " gl °" Leg.on-sponsored m Guests were welcomed by Eda u vaneca eom. Democratic chairman and has PurpO8e of the suit . as set out a kjtchen about 4:30 a . m ., and ich " ch nearbv Mrs GenrinBiLong suffered a cut over his eye ward R Cm - P° s * commander, and also served as the Democratic in tne com plaint, is to obtain chas ed 25 hotel and casino offi-j has taueht Sunday school there!when he was struck several times b -V Mrs. Edward Gillespie, presi- chairman of the organization in a court declaration of rights and cJa , Si show peop le. and patrons : for mor ; tha n 40 years I in the face. Board member J. P. dp »' of thp P°st auxiliary, the City of Venice. He resigned Jegal re ] a tions under the sta-| out O f the building. Married in 1922, Mr. and Mrs. Parker said he blacked out after! I • 1. . M _ M ...U«« Urt , • ITiaillCU 111 JL044, tVll . clIIU IVIIO. as township *f ta ^ when he ituteg for the purpose of deter- Guests were not affected by thej Geh ring have two children: Wil- was elected to the county chair- !m j ning questions in actual con- blaze, since the hotel rooms andi bur E 35 a chemical engineer manship. « mmnn J troversy between tne partles to ; cottages arc in separate buildings ; at McDonnell Aircraft Corp., and Born in Granite City ammons the suit |s( , wra| hundred yardg from ^ » has lived in Venice since he was j The 1{fg ask ||w cQurt to fire area . L . '. _ . . * 5 years of ^^AJormer^mem-j make guch dec , aration as , o the , No or)P was injured in the evac- parties involved, to issue a tem-Juation, touched off when flames ber of Granite City, Sgt. James. Cunningham of Al- Ray Herren, as chairman of being "stru'ck "in the face and hit j school medal awards, introduced over the head. Bill Melton was tnc a wai-d winners and special shot in the arm. George Rash suffered several knife wounds. Dr. Charles Rahm, school board . «.. u ' hnY*or 'parlies iiivuiv^u. i.u I»BUC a iciii- ««>.•"••• -~.*.—.— — — Granite City, he s a 'T^po^y injunction enjoining the|suddenly burst through the thea-| member of the Lions UUD « !board ^ d , rectors the nos p i)al ; and into the neigh- V OnlCP, t\ wl-^LclI utii i ,.- » i f iii ;„„ i Knrinir *>Ji«inr» ton. There are five grandchildren.! secretary and a former Browns- Worked for State ;horo mayor, was charged with served in a varie- i murder in Jackson's death. Hen guests. He also explained the Legion sponsored essay contest now in prograss. the funeral home after 5:30 m - to<lay - afternoon , n hjs „ iCrestwood, Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. Cotter died unexpectedly He had been jn declining nealth i last Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at her home, 1808 State St. Julius Trippel Rites Set Sundav for the past several months. News of Stocks Early Gains Trimmed Later CHICAGO fAP>—Slowly mounting selling pressure had turned the grain futures market into general weakness in the early afternoon today. Wheat and corn were down major fractions in spots on liquida- | tion for the weekend. There alsojChurch. Interment will be in Surviving are his wife, Jean, was some selling described as|New Baden Cemetery. Friends two sons, Thomas of California, hedging, particularly in wheat, jmay call at the Simpson Fu-1 Jim of New Orleans, one daugh- Trade advices said the harvest | neral Home, here after 4 p.m. ter, Margaret at home, two Previous to going to Chattanooga to reside, he had worked for the Granite City Stamping ;& Enameling Co. He was a i member and trustee in the Presbyterian "Church, Chatta- CARROLLTON — Funera l.nooga. rites for Julius Trippel. a city Born in the Brighton area Jn park emp'oye, will be conducted;December, 1895, he was a son Sunday afternoon in the New i of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Baden Evangelical & Reformed < Heyer. of the winter crop was gathering speed in the southern Oklahoma with yields running well ahead of expectations. today. A memorial service will sisters. Mrs. Arthur Crabtree, be held at 8 p.m. with the Rev. j Granite City and Miss Lida Robert Pitsch in charge. Satur-j Heyer, Nashville, one brother, jday the body will be taken to]Joseph of Memphis. Oats and soybeans absorbed'the Hempen Funeral Home,: Funeral services and burial All but three of the medal win-) Wheat some profit taking. Carlot receipts were estimated at wheat 2, corn 265, oats 27, rye 3. barley 8, soybeans 7. CHICAGO (AP) — No wheat sales. Corn no. 2 yellow 1.20%. Oats no. 1 heavy white 76%. Soybeans no. 2 yellow 2.15*4. Soybean oil 8%b-%a. High Low Close close ipp H 'l-VL'tll" IlldllUV'l vi i " " ~ " ' I ' ' Elks of Granite City and the and Dr - A P' nel from Permitting | boring casino. ^ «« rthcr examination of pa- However . a ty ot capacities during his resi- derson Countv Dist - Atf y- Jack ners were present. , rf , Madison County. He has Amern - . «« rthcr examination of pa- ^ However . a telephone ^ltch-| been trustee ^ Q{ Hardee said Dr. Rahm was being held in an undis( ,, osed jail . Ugion ^ Q . A veteran EWorld War n. ! «ent records of the hospital or board operator. Miss Vira Ritchy^ churc , p rs and A veteran worm «ar --------- _ ------ _., hrf , im o momentarily trapped Simmons spent five years -In!using such records; at Dr ^the army, entering in April; 1941.: el's further hearings June He was inducted into the 131stland 23. flames sealed off the tele- . . v .. -- -------- — i Infantry Regiment of the 33rd Also asked of the court are a, secretaiy Q£ ^ coun . |(h;(n a haif dozpn hiRhwav pa . ; t FQrm Bureau . an Edwards- jtrol cars poured into Brownsboro phone exchange office of the ca- vjl , e Township constable; on the as a safeg uard against further ! sino. ^ ^ ^ by ^ y & Infantry Division and went to subsequent permanent restrain- jp|ird ^ Davjd wlnertinei an Europe with the 156th infantry regiment, which was attached to Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower's Supreme Headquarters, Allied Expeditionary Forces (SHAEF). tl r'J' ji(IlW*.ivt*iit t t-*«» v*»j *» in ing order, as well as a finding; resopt that the plaintiffs are not re- ' quired to testify concerning their hospital patient records at i rP sorT" f'.sti the June 22-23 hearings. swered her screams for help. Beldon Katleman, owner of the damage atj i five million dollars. In Service With 3 Brothers i p atjcnt rec ords for the year Katleman also said approxl- Simmons one tho has four brothers, postmaster of Granite Bus Turns Over; 30 Are Injured i resort was housed. casino-rostaurant-cocktail lounge building, which was destroyed by flames, was the hub J1958 have been made avaliable jmatoly a half million dollars in . 'to Dr. Apanel by the hospital! Casn was U1 the casino cage and City, and all of whom were >n| hoa ,. d and ne and his attorney | huge vault whci-p the treasury of the service during World War Il! have cxamined som e 8.000 rec-, at the same time, but not in the, m , ds for thflt ca | endar yeari t he ! same outfit. complaint averred. Active in politics, ("Democrat-j j ic, of course," he said), since he got out of the service, Simmons was a precinct committeeman four years. He is a fisherman by choice when it comes to hobbies, with hunting as a secondary re-i creation. Simmons does not forsee any Democrats "splitting" their tickets at the November general election, he indicated, but rath-j JACKSON, Miss. t'APi—A crosser — in the spirit of harmony i country Trailways bus loaded —thinks they will "go right on | with sleeping passengers frll down down the line for the Demoerat-ja highway embankment duriiiR a > d ic ticket regardless of so - called rainstorm and lour automobiles '',,, u Netvs of Grains Selling Turns Futures Weak By RIP WATSON AP Business Nfws Writer NEW YORK (AP)—Early gains More than 50 witnesses to the I by specialty stocks were trimmed fight were questioned. Hardee Jate this afternoon as the stock said Bill Barton had been charged i market wended an irregular way j Corps and before and after the with affray in the attack on Long toward the close of the week. !^ war served in the 4th Infantry, J and that he expected to filei Volume for the day was esti-^ State Militia (National Guard), j charges against others. ' County Board of Review; supervisor of maintenance in the State Division of Highways: and as truck weight inspector in the state police division. During World War II, Gehring was a sergeant in the U.S. Air violence and to assist in the night investigation conducted at; the courthouse in nearby Athens, Henderson County seat. iJly (Sep iDec ;Mar iMay i Corn !Jly iSep j Dec :Mar | Oats !Jly |Sep (Dec Mar Rye 1.84% 1.83% 1.83% 1.84% 1.87% 1.86% 1.86% 1.87% 1.92% 1.92% 1.92% 1.92?i 1.97 1.96% 1.96% 1.96% 1.96 1.95% 1.95% 1.95% 1.18 l.%18 1.18% 1.1894 1.18 1.17% 1.17% 1.18% i 1.13 1.12% 1.12% 1.12%' 1.16% 1.16% 1.16% 1.16% [New Baden. Mrs. Freda Seiler Rites Conducted Funeral services for Mrs. Freda Seiler, widow of Harry J. Seiler, were conducted at 10 a.m. Thursday in Gent Chapel. The Rev. Paul S. Krebs, pastor of the Twelfth Street Presbyterian Church, officiated. Interment was in Alton Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were Emory Chappell, Sol Miller. Earl Burger. Harvey Fields, Charles Schreiber and Bud Skinner. .71% .71% .74% .76% .71 .71% .71% .70% .70% .74% .74% .74% .75 .76%% .76% .70% Mrs. Anna Mueri's Rites Set Saturday will be in Chattanooga. Mrs. Cox JERSEYVTLLE — Mrs. Elsie Jane Cox, 67, widow of Charles F. Cox, died at 4:20 p.m. Thursday in Ruth Nursing Home, Alton, where she had resided for the past six years. Born July 12, 1892 in Fieldon, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Green. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Compton. East Alton, Mrs. Marjorie Byrd. Alton, three sons, Earl of Easi Alton. Clarence and Charles, jboth of Godfrey, one sister, Mrs. Bessie Farmer, Jacksonville. j muted at 3,600,000 shares corn- !Dec one brother, Charles Green of Jerseyville, 20 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. Her | husband and one daughter, Mrs. EDWARDSVILLE — Funeral j Cordelia Tucker, preceded her ! services for Mrs. Anna M. Mue-| in death. 2i%jri, 79, are to be conducted atj ^ ne body is at the Jacoby 123% 122^4 123%123 1 6 2 P- nv Saturday at First Pres-: Bros - Funeral Home, where L2.V4 1.24% L25>4 L254' h - vterian Church by the pastor, j ["ends may call after 7:30 p.m. 1 21% 1 21% 121 advancing to captain. He is past lot of witnesses-*) ^ ^th 3,S40,000 Thursday. „. J , "I have a lot of witnesses—40;'""™ ~-»- ;'-™.'""' <••"•-"«v | M ^ . Edwardsvillc Lodge; or ^ _ lo talk to _„ Hardoe said , Gams and losses were mostly, ^ AF & AM; past commander snortlv bpfort> dawn i>" tractions, except for scattered Belvedere Commandery No..' Mm ; than 250 prsons wprpl 2 and 3 point moves. of' ^ ,„„ ,u 0 v™,.,i. 0 «, OT ,i 0 r Mandard Kollsman upped Mar 1.26% 1.26% 1.26% 1.26% The Rev. John P. Emig, wWhtoday- will be conducted - — 1.27 Soybeans Jly its| Sep to about 2 points, but Match was barely in Nov Jan constructed of wood in a tier spirit" motif. The fire spread throughout the! ago,' "proved by the can primary ;ty last April." "There was less lot Henderson County last April i ; fired Homer Bass, superintendent! ' for 23 years. The district had been split into pro-Bass and , , ahead around a 14;burial in Sunset Hill Cemetery.j nt 1 P-m. Sunday in the funeral ' ! Friends may call at Straube! 1 ™ 1 ™;' witn the Rfi v. Cleo Keim •'11% 210% 211 2 11's Funeral Home from 5 this eve-,": r" 0 " off "-'ating. Burial will 2.10% 2.10% 2.10% 2.10V s jning until 11 a.m. Saturday. , w ln Oak Grove Cemetery. 2.09^2.082.09 2?' 8 .09y 2 Mr s. Mueri, 79, who resided 2.13V 9 2.12% 2.12 7 -» 2.13W, i at 1402 Lindenwood Ave., died 2.16% 2.15% 2.15% 2.16V*; Thursday morning. EDWARDSVILLE-Eugene C Steinman, 63, died at 7:45 p.m. Thursday at his residence, 505 E. C. Steinman aircraft list that showed Boeing b . . ^ on ^ tl j bl ^ ™' >p ow " 1!in f , light rf' '* 01 vote; the 1 think WP have the best utes we've had for years Following are today's 1:30 p.m. quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to fo ec iortis ant' Bas i up * x> ^ er * nan a point and Gener- in the Alton area, as supplied to " R al Dynamics ahead a major frac-jthe Alton Evening Telegraph by pio-nash ; •,.,„,, r«««b. f. r<n Onm !*c mpmber tion. •Newhard, Cook & Co., from its Livestock Prices At East St. Louis It was not clear immediately 1 • on the ticke. this time I'm pi-oud; whl| , oaus(ld th( , f|Rnl Tlun , sda ; , _, A1 ^ of Iht-m. Fhey re good Republi- „;„,,. Plum St., after a long illness. A resident of Edwardsvllle the NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., j P ast 37 years, he formerly was (AP)-(USDA)-Hogs 7,700; bulk! employed by Heidelberg Oil Co No. 1-2 180-230 Ib barrows and nere gilts 17.50-75; several loads 17.85; Bo ™ Sept. 21, 1896, in Hamel 31 head mostly No. 1 around 200- j Township, a son of tne Jatp Radio Corp. and Ford were ac-| Alton branch office. (The New 210 Ib 18.00; bulk mixed grade; Louis F. and Louisa Finke Stein - night. tivoly traded and lower, the for-! York Exchange closes daily at :mt'r by around 3 and the latter''-':30 p.m. (Alton time), so these ; more than a point. urn not the closing quotations): No. 1-3 180-240 Ib barrows and man, he was married Oct. 9 gilts 16.75-17.50; largely 17.00 up; 1921, to Selma Quade, who sur- No. 2-3 240-270 Ib 16.00-17.00; Novives. factions." piled up behind it today. At least The Democratic line-up of can- 30 persons were injured. ^ ci ^ ( ^™ f ™ c °^b C rwhSl t>Uns nnd outstundin 8 men -" didates for November this year. -fwo of the injured were in crit-ifi?'..pu 8 ,,' S . ''» " . Raps High Taxi's M . • • » »«.. 3UI are the "best we've had," Sim-1 ica l rondition at Baptist Hospital.! Th',-, 'mrK enu.loved it the 'i f e-'°»E Republican him-; Four different lengths were were the chemicals. Steels and;Granite City Steel 35V*, Olinj 2 . 3 270-320 Ib 15.25-16.25; No. 1-3jviving are Mrs. Raymond Sees ~" lisplayed easier tendencies.; Math. Chem. 44%, Owens-Hi.I sows 40 o Ib down 14.25-15.50: over er and Mrs r^nnnwi c« . .Standardized Other motors were mixed, as. AT&T 89V 4 , Gen. Motors 44^, 11.3 240 Ib to 17.25; few lots No. T\vo daughters and a son mons believes. "I think they're!They were driver D. W. Ar-i hoU? , who , ived in a p ar , liu , nts on the best qualified men we'vejnoid of Shrcveport. La., and pa»' _,, .. , j »ii_ --...*- •»•••£» * kv |r<.iuiiv tin 11 in i* i F V/U1 till IT; l clll 1C I IK 11 m *VC T I \j *> ».i * tin Chorus girls ninployed at the sp|f ^ f . - mtKcaled ^ ne , „ r^mtcd as constant- oils displa? i(.il 11'tut lit-nH in •inai'tmnnic t\n . ^ - " ' * had tor years." Study Plan To Consolidate School Districts senger Jose Campos of South America. were awakened bv ran was asked to run for many pi t>OUnty rPtllsil| K for some time be. T , 'frantically toward the blazing fm . e , hn , he feu he owpd Q Ambulances from Jackson made. casino and show room in an ef- , )a| .| V to run shuttle runs between the city hos- j f or t to rescue gowns and personal i pitals and the wreck site three effects, miles west of nearby Clinton. ing the 12 inches of a foot until the 1). S. Bureau of Standards was established in the early 190Us. Gains in metals were trimmed'115*4, Shell back with Anaconda ahead frac-isocony 36, Standard Oil (Ind.) tionally and Kennecott shading to!ss a 4, Standard (NJ) 40%, U.S. n. 44%, Owens-m.| sows 400 ih down 14.25-15.50; overier and Mrs. Leonard Seomever 34%. Sinclair 37%.i 40 o Ib 13.00-14.00; boars over 250i both of Edwardsville, and Elmer the downside. Steel 82%. Sears 58%. I The bus was en route from Los 1 Angeles to Miami, Fla. ' Some of the injured, interviewed CHICAGO (AP) — The Illinois j while awaiting emergency treat- School Problems Commission hasiment at a hospital, gave this ver- formed a statewide committee tolsion of the crash: study reorganization, consolida-i The bus, headed east during a . . . . crran , K tion or possible elimination of| drivin g rainstorm, swerved to| ta ^.. pno ' og y, pn smaller school districts. avoid a car wh = =- ! Bett >' Gldble Rep. Charles W. Clabaugh (R- another vehicle. Champaign), chairman of The county's Democrats are _..„.. 04 . 4 . invited into the Republican par- Rita Blanka. 24. who went to lty by Ge , IPingi « u they . re tired work here just three weeks ago t|]e ^ (>osf of loouf n Kni'ct mt/\ tftui'u nvi'lainif^n All : . .. burst into tears, exclaimed. "All merit." He said vigilance is re-j .. , «_.M ••*- -n.»« v« » i^»ic«iiv i i^> i tr- my wardrobe! All my wardrobe! |fiuim1 today tf ,. we do|| . t wa|)t | and fainted. i government to be a monster Red Skelton, who to starring ati, hat wjl| devour (|s .. the Sands Hotel, heard about the) .., mjnk climbing taxes on fire and rushed to the scene to: |n . opertv js onp o , thp bjg ppob . ;lems of local government," Geh- avoid" B a "ciTwhlch was" pacing I Betty GrablP ' Uld hP '' nustond 'iring declared. "Elderlv people dX .°™.. a ..^.,r ICh UdS PdSS1 " g orchestra leader Harry .Tames.,,, v j^ on a ftxed ^^TIn h». CWHH.H «n ,HP e .iot werP '" the |OU " RP °' Jfh '' hotel bai-dest hit. Second i« «h H commission, said Thursday "Be-l "^5", Jj^..S^do^'a % in f ""P'^ptu comedy routine !sumpj . ,„ wh(m a] tween 50 and 100 million dollars ^"^±7 bled down d '* "i'h Davt- Burton one of.he star. lsed b tnose ,„ i(jon to in state aid i. going down a rat f00t ' 1 " lba » knient ' -f .he hotel, when the blaze ad(i ,„„,„ t() , he pril . e ol K , ()i)(is hole because of poor organization: Virtims were unable to agree erupted llie on | y golution seems , o ^ of school districts." > 1wl " er the bus turned over twict ' Mlss GraUe - , **! d , $17 -*° a less spending and more econom- Clahaugh said many districts 01 " threp tlmes - u , J '« wk as the hl R«ndio Vegas, j( , a| operatton ^ our lora | lev . are too small for efficient organ!-' Some f^smgftn were hurled star, spotted the flames, let out fi , s ^^ issues tend , 0 , zation and are unable to offer ] throu e h the windows. a gasp and ran out with her hus- a])d JmTease taxeg| „,„, , he lhe ( , on . taxps arp adequate instructional programs The commission also was urged Thursday to increase state financial support by 5148 per pupil The recommendation was out Moments later, an automobile band through the side door ot the slowed as> it neared the wreck,casino. in Primary; itt^ Another vehicle skidded into: ne rear of the car In a few miiwti'S. a thi-d car lined by the "&ip7rintendent s SI °' J!M - (| a " d a " Hirth «* r s'«-™wdi T R|fti Round Table of Northern Illinois, j in |" l \ T ^ f j l ° nM " whicb includes 350 school superin- Thp hus '' arnt ' d approximately VIRtJ | N | Ai m. (AP > _ Homer tendents and college professors ol, 40 P"ssnu<ws; the tour cars. 12 Oahinan was sound | y thrashed in! more we 'pay as we go,' the less the cost " Gehnng's favorite recreation is hunting and fishing and he says he's even been known to enjoy both sports with some Democrats. five counties. lite proposal would raise state aid from $252 to $400 per pupil annually. Dr. Orville Alexander, research director of the coinmis- sion, said mcb aa increase would I persons. Several passengers helped drag the injured from the twisted bus. that the increase would "enable his bid for the GOP nomination! for Cass County state's attorney. Dahman, a schoolteacher, lawyer and, until now, a lifelong Re- The "Flying Tigers" were * group of American aviators or- 1 require an additional legislative j adequacy " less fortunate school districts to'publican, ua* defeated by more maintain a program oi minimum! man 600 votes in the GOP primary April 8 by Dick Mills. But school appropriation Of roughtly The present cost of education in, some 53 IK i sons wrote him in on 240 million dollar* a year. ; Illinois, the recommendation said, jthe Democratic ballot The group told the commission i is MOO a year for each student j The county Democratic centra) jganized as volunteers by Gen., Claire ChennauJt to help support Chiang Kai-shek. | committee, impressed with the write-ins, asked Dahman to run; on its ticket.' ' So it will be Dahman versus Mills again in the Nov. 8 election > Ib 10.75-11.00; few 11.25; to 12.00. Cattle 400, calves 200; standard and good slaughter steers and heifers 20.00-23.00; utility and commercial cows 16.50-17.50; liberal share 17.00 down; canner and Lutheran Church here. cutter cows 13.50-16.50; utility and j Funeral services are to be j commercial bulls 18.50-20.00; can- i tier and cutter bulls mostly 16.pp- 18.00; good and choice vealers 22.00 - 26.00; occasional prime Stoinman. St. ing are a brother, Herman W. Steinman of Edwardsville; a sister. Mrs. Walter Schmidt of Hamel. and two grandchildren. He was a member of Trinity 27.00; standard and low good 18.00-21.00. Sheep 300; choice and prime spring lambs 22.50; scattered lots good 19.00-20.00; utility and good lots 15.00-19.00. conducted at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Trinity Lutheran Church by the pastor, the Rev. A. H. Her- polsheimer, with burial in Bunker Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at Weber Funeral Home after 7:30 this evening. Love After 75 RICHMOND, Va. <#>— Fit- men . 75 teen women and 95 years or older were married in Okla. Virginia in the 195&59 fical year. Three of the women and five of the men were married for the first time. Telegraph "Want Ads "CLICK" CLASS HELPS VICTIMS SAVANNA, Okla. *> _ Seniors at Savanna High School | used funds saved for their annual trip to assist victims ol a tornado that hit Wilburton, REMEMBER THE DAIS? When you were small, dear you probably did the same thing as the I'hildreu of Mr. and Mrs. Vic J. Heint* are doiug, paddling in the on Prospect street after a rain. Frances, Vic, BUM and Charley, with Shep running along on dry tend, find fun in the water on Prospect street. —Staff Photo. OUT FlOWERt Fliril Member f» Telegraph Delivery Allocation UBO WIUM, aft. LEO WILLIS. 48. Alton Floral HO 3-4111 HO *-M11 AMOS FISHER ELUOTT 2:OC P.M. Saturday Alton Gospel Tabernacle

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