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THURSDAY, JULY 7, I960 ALTON EVENING TE1.EGRAPH PAGE Liquor License Renewal Application Is Denied RDWARDSVILLE-On recommendation of Assistant State's Attorney Joseph Bartylak, of Colllnsvllle, after a hearing this morning, County Liquor Commissioner Gun HalJer rejected an application by Harry Branhof for renewal of his county liquor license for the Alibi Lounge tavern at 9401 Colllns- vllle 'Rd., west ot Colllnsvllle. Today's hearing on Branhof's application for a I960 county liquor permit was conducted, with Branhof as the only witness, on direction of the Illinois State Liquor Commission. The state commission Issued Its directive early in May on Branhof's appeal from Haller's refusal to renew the license for Alibi Lounge. The state commission in its directive held that Branhof was entitled to a hearing by the county commissioner on his 1960 license application, which waJ denied by Haller March 22. Under the state agency's remanding order, Haller conducted a hearing this morning on Branholf's license renewal application. Branhof was represented by Attorney Austin Lew- Is of MadlBon. At conclusion of Branhof's testimony this morning, Haller conferred with members of the Board of Supervisors' Liquor License Committee and Bartylak "before announcing that the licence application would be rejected. Bartylak was instructed to prepare ah order denying the license application. Branhof, when interrogated by Haller this morning, denied that he had ever been convicted of any charge, although admitting he had been "picked up for bumming late at night in St.; Louis." A 25-year-old member! of a bartender's union, he said! he had never before operated a tavern as licensee before oper-i ating the Alibi Lounge. In an order last Feb. 8, Circuit Judge Harold R. Clark granted an injunction sought by State's Attorney Dick H. Mudge permanently restraining use of the} Alibi Lounge premises for-any' Festival Slated 1 ForAug.12'14 At Edivardsville EDWARDSVILLE - The second annual Town and Country Festival will be held as scheduled next'month, it was decided at a meeting of the Festival board this morning, after rumors of a "rift" between the board and the Chamber of Commerce reportedly threatened continuation of the affair. A spokesman for the festival board said that difficulties with the Chamber of Commerce have been resolved and the latter group will help in arranging the festival, set for Aug. 12-14. According to the spokesman, 19 of the booths in the 30- booth trade exhibition have been sold thus far, and 50 per cent of the floats in the parade which accompanies the festival have been leased. Four marching units — two from Edwardsville and two from St. Louis — will participate in the parade. A "bid and buy" auction will also be held. A "Miss Edwardsville" beauty pageant is hi the plans now, the spokesman said, and more definite information will be released next week. Check Charge Against Man In Wheel Chair EDWARDSVILLE — The firs wheelchair prisoner known to the Madison County Sheriff's of fice was brought to county jai from Havana by Sheriff George Musso, Wednesday, on a charge of "making checks to defraud.' A polio victim, the prisoner is Earl 0. Brown, 45, of St Louis, and neither Sheriff Mus so nor Chief Deputy Sheriff Joseph Kellermann remembers any similar case. Brown told reporters he has been confined to a wheelchair for eight years and has been a polio victim since he was a child of a year and a half. Originally from Marion, Brown said he formed a bowling ji league in St. Louis for wheelchair victims, which since has become nationwide. He has been traveling about the coun try, by himself, in an automobile with special controls, ne said, selling novelties at state m fairs. He said he also worked 5 six years In the St. Louis Po 2 lice Department as a olerk-typ Immoral purposes and ordered the place padlocked for a yeaf beginning Feb. 15. The decree also directed the sheriff to sell at public sale fixtures in the tavern under a nuisance abatement order. Upon posting of M,000 bond by the owner of the premise*. Mrs. Josephine Olovando. Judge Clark on Feb. 16 rescinded W« decree of Feb. 8. The bond posted permitted use of the premises for a tavern on guarantee that there would be no such nuisance as previously complained of, and no operation for immoral purposes. Sitting with Haller this morning in an advisory capacity at the hearing on Branhof's license application were Chairman Earl Herrln and John Graham of the Board of Supervisors' Liquor License Committee. Branhof has continued to operate the tavern pending a final ruling, and possible appeal, on his license application for 1960. Ireland Aids All School*, Priest Says Ireland's government contrlh. utes to Protestant and Jewish schools, as well as to Catholic schools, an Alton Te Deurti audience was told Wednesday night. The speaker was the Rev. Father Michael Maloney, S.J.. an Irish priest studying In this country on a Ford "Foundation scholarship. .Me Is doing graduate work at Loyola University In Chicago, where he also is teaching. Father Maloney's topic Was: "The Church and State In Ireland." While the population of tho Republic of Ireland is more than 95 per cent Catholic, the Catholic Church is NOT a state church, said Father Maloney. • He traced social welfare legislation In the 40-year-old Irish state, and stressed the religious freedom guaranteed in the predominantly Catholic country. Dublin recently elected a Protestant as lord mayor and, a few years ago, a man of Jewish faith was lord mayor of Ire- North Alton News A1 XIIJARV HAS 01 mow cAMnmmA Mrs. Mae Malr, of Bannin, Calif., chaplain-elect of VFW District 27, Los Angeles, and past president of her auxiliary, No. 441? Desert Edge Post, Calif., was a guest Wednesday evening of VFW Post 1308 Auxiliary at Veterans Memorial Center. She accompatn- ed her mother, Mrs. Edna Trump to the meeting. Mrs. Earl Hamilton Jr. reported on the state convention held In Proria, June 10, 11. and The Madison County Council meeting to be held in Wpod River, July 21, will elect a trustee. Plans for a.rummage sale to 'be held sometime in October wer« announced. Members of the ^tuxili- ary will meet at 7 p.m. today at Staten Funeral Home to pay respects to the family of Mrs. Fannie Heckman, mother of Mrs. Thrlmn Gilpiore, a member tit thr auxiliary. land's capital city. The speaker was Introduced by Dr. John J. Glynn. Presiding was Dr. Ralph A. Dickson, vice president, in the absence of President Bernard Springman. PAMII.V Rmn*a WfMtfcR* VACATION Mr and Mrs. Clarence Combs, of 2215 Fermvood Ave.. have returned from Maeser, Utah, where they were guests of her brother, Harvey Estes and his family. They were gone nine days. ttOLB WLt, MEET TONIGHT The Military Order of Lady Bugs will meet at 8 p.m. today at Veterans Memorial Center. FALLS FROM LADDER: BOIJY IN CAit Mrs. Wntlani Pfftff of 1713 State St., suffered break of three verta- brae June 13. when She fell from a ladder at the home of her son In Wayne City, 111. She was moved to Fairfleld Hospital, where her body was placed In a cast before she was able to return to her home licro. §hr said her condition is improved, but that she will be iruthf cast until mid-August. STEWARDSHIP COMMITTEE MEETS MONDAY The stewardship committee of To Start New Plan for FurlingRiterTowboats Officials of Sinclair Refining Co. and of the Ory Bros. Marine Service next Tuesday after lum heon in Hotel Stratford Sk> Room will discuss details of a new Joint venture for midstream fueling of area river tows. Representatives of river interests will attend. In charge of local reservations for the luncheon is W. M. Ash, Hartford- Wood River branch manager for Sinclair. The luncheon group is to meet at the hotel at 11:30 a.m. On the agenda will be a tour of Sinclair's Wood River refinery and inspection of a new towbbat and barge. PUBLICIZE QUALITY, HE SAYS HOLLYWOOD & - Too many American movte producers publicize the millions spent cm a film instead of the film's quality. : Producer Jerry Wald says [this and calls neither a big bud- iget nor a big star any guaran- tiee of success. And Wald, producer of such films as "Peyton Place" and "The Long, Hot Summer," uses Elm Street Presbyterian will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the'libr- ary. JUNIOR OIRLR WILL MAVE^APICNIC .Junior Girls jot VTW Auxiliary, Post 1308, wtfl have a picnic Saturday fronf 11 to 11:30 a.m., with a business meeting to follow. The girls will wear informal dress, not their uniforms, Mrs. E. Hamilton Jr., leader, said- JULY ONLY DRY CLEANING SPECIAL BLANKETS 99 FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY "Room at the Top" to prove Ms point. He says it is a big box office success without the aid of top stars and made for a mere traction of what many "super" flops cost. n j_ JI^^M IB vw that pay 00, weortftt* to W«M "Frartrty, t lawM prtfar to re- fratn (itxfi tMMMm how nntcfi • film Is iotttf to ewt ftfld concentrate on what ft tat to say." Telegraph Wart Ml "CLICK" Frfefcy and Satufdof Feature* Aloha Cakp 11.19 Special Featnf* Two Tender layers of Orange Chiffon cake with Ipadl of specially prepared butter cream icing, coconut on the sides and topped with tandled pineapple At «>!«•< rle»,. Phone your order in earlyl They'll s*H fast. 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