Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 13, 1960 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 13, 1960
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PAGE SIXTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1980 Thailand Preparing For Return Visits I William J. Vaughn. 25, Oftumwa, Iowa, tho naVigntor, «*re found by Coasl Gtmtlimetl mid la* officers in helicopters mid four-tvheel CLKWISTON. Fla. (AP) — An rt,.j v ,. V rhii-lw>. Vmitrhn reported- Air F'orrP Strflto.jpf botnbrr Mow j v suffrrfd u broknn arm. up ovn thr Floridn K\rrizl;irlrs T| v . ,.,>pilot. Oipt. (.'. N. Davi- Tucsd-n nighl. disintegrated in a son ;; ; -, Brooklyn. Mich., was hall of firr scon 90 miles nwn\ found tod;n Us thrrp crmvmrn parar-htitrd Thr\ HIT mpmbrrs of thr 19th ""''•'> Bnmh Whip at Homrslpnd TV six-rnplnr Bnpina B4? pluriirr-d into the sawprnss cdini- try while on a training flight from Homrslrnri Air Forcr Basr. south of Miami. Mnj. Maurice P.. Sainidcrs. 41'. Ihvaw. Wash . (hr pilot; and Lt. Americd u ill H thermal aid' India to plant on thr hank of the Damodar. neat (rhandrapurn. 20 miles from Trlniirapli W8nl Ads "CLICK" Kiwanians Told About Bond Issues LOVABLE'S romantic slim-shaping at a low 5 95 It's love at first sight... th« way you look in Lovable's richly embroidered zip-front all-in-one... gracefully molded by the foam contoured cups, slimmed and tapered by lastex sides and back. Fully convertible straps, detachable garters. A 32-36 B 3^-38 C 34-40 It costs so little to look Lovable • We Give and Redeem EAGLE STAMPS e Open Fridays and Mondays Till 9 P.M. 1656 Washington Ave. Upper Alton Tuo bond issues, one for aid tn welfare institutions and one fi>r stale universities for a total i i S345 million will be presented tu Illinois voters this fall, State Rep. Ralph T. Smith told Ki- wi.nis members at a meeting Tuesday night at the Mineral Springs Hotel. Tuo yours ago thp bond issue i to raise funds for state supported institutions, which Included provisions for mental institutions and state universities, was defeated. The sum'ashed for in this election amounted to M40,000,UOO. The proposal lost out because insufficient Votes 'were cast on the bond Issue. After the defeat, Smith said. , lawmakers formed a new attack j so tho aid could still be obtained. 1t has bcclome e^von , uii'i-e necessary in the last two years than il \vas then since populated growth has extended. I Smith explained. I Obtaining $345 million through general revenue funds Is impossible. Smith said. The planj to divide the amount was for-j mulated so that if both needs j sire not met. one might be. j The mental aid institutions | ;nv definitely in need of funds.. Smith said, as half of the buildings are more than 50 years old. Needed fur construction and 1 Voting GOP Ctefe Make* Plan* to Attend Conclave to false fund*. Members wl» votanteertti to help with the car Wash at*: Mickey Sanders, Jim Blake, finice Montgomery, Ben Allen, .Tudy Durig. Dolores Brown, Rny Palis, .Toe Former British OffiHal flies LONDON (AP) — Viscount CM- rennln. 56. a former first totd of Godwin, Bob Hlggins, Ernestithr British Admiralty, died (It his Madison County Voung RftJHotise and Karpn Brown. homp forlay n f t pr a i ong illness. ruhllcans, meeting Tuesday at the Cibarn Club, dls- tentative plans for attending the Republican convention in Chicago. Gray (Butch) Magee and Charles Nixon were appointed co-chairmen of the ways and means committee. Committee members are Delores Brown |nnrl Mickey Sanders. Planned tin the near future Is a car OPTIMIST CLUB INSTALLS OFFICERS Mike Mllliken (second from left), retiring president, passe* Optimist bell to Jim Patschl, incoming president of the club, at installation meeting Tuesday evening at Hotel Stratford. Others installed are Harry Buck, Alee president; V. O. Sutton, sergeant at arms} and Del Hlse, secretary-treasurer. —• Staff photo. Detores Brown was appointed j July social function chairman end Jim Blake was appointed August social function chairman. Joe Qod\vin will be chairman of the float planned for the Halloween parade. Officers pf the ctub ore Robert Hlggins, president; Chris Bristow, vice-president: Karen Brown, secretary-treasurer; Jim Blakp,- publicity; Bruce Mont- gomery, sergeant-at-armsj Tom Rain, social chairman. John Jay Dick is chairman of the executive board and Marge Tanney and Joe Godwin are hoard members. The next meeting Is scheduled for the second Tuesday of August. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK' Legless Men May Be Best for Space Journeys .Col. John Paul Stapp. chief of r|jffrji.,| Aeromedlcal Laboratory. Wright v • Air Development Division, ! Wright - Patterson Air iBase. Dayton. Ohio. Force "As- far as using an amputee , concerned," Col. Stapp said, Funeral Held Today Funeral rites for Clifford Gerald Cartwright. (i. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Carturight of Cot"symbolically this emphasizes, tage Hills, who lost his life Monday the fad that man does not use)by drowning, were conducted in legs in spare and will not need;St. Bernard's Church Wood River. them under conditions of zero'this morning, locomotion. If H By LILLIAN LEW Science Service Writer WASHINGTON"•• Legless young:gravity for locomotion. 11 H The Rev. Krank O'Haia improvement at the mental in-! 1110 " """'""«' '" «<" )fl physical i space pilot does not have 1o !of S| Kevin's Parish. Rosewood dilutions will be funds *mount-i ( ' ondi1ion <>un he trained for;have legs to accomplish his mis-; Ht , jghls _ uas 0( ,, ebl . at) , of lhfl injr to $130 million, he added. s P at!e . fli « hl nnd • theoretically, jsion. ," si n«_ a qualified Amputee j Ml|88 of thp Angpl< . at fl fl m For institutions of higher learn- jint. funds amounting to $195 I million are needed. • , ., » J may be even better qualified!would save °" bolh food nant for pioneer space missions be-• oxygen consumption as well a cause of their disability. How-!weight and space, all major Smith said legislators are re- ever - a *»» cc trainill & pm- considerations In terms of any I Burial was in Short Cemetery. Pallbearers were Duvid and Denis Dvorchak, and David and gram for amputees is not, at | kind of extended space travel, l this time, either probable or economically practical. : Legs Not Used I timing basis. "They may make Manned flights as conceived in , hem bette ,. ab](? <0 adjus) t(j luctant to raise taxes, but this need cannot be met in any other way. The past school year there were 185.000 students en- .. _ „.._.,_, „,.„ rolled. Forecasting this into a q uall)led double amputee forj liona i Aeronautics and Spacei venture , han 1.H70. Smith said there would ! ploneer spaue e . fforts vvas su «-'Administration allow the asta-o- !ho j ndk . aled be 300.000 in universities alone. B esled Io Science Service by mult to use hj s nan d s to work' The possibility of employing Project Mercury under the Na- stresges al)(j s , OJ , ' rn i LI il luri fif\t tola *a rtint IT an i/~t !••;»• i A •..__..*: n ^A J O*^n-..^i • t men. There are 36,000 patients now in Illinois institutions for the mentally ill. and 14,000 in facilities for retarded or handicapped. "How will the bond issue be financed? It is expected that, since there is a biennial appropriation now for relief of the mentally distressed and for state universities, this amount will be reduced. Also the state must be able to show a measure which will be available to retire the bonds. Two possible measures are: state income tax and state property tax," Smith said. dish for the already overbur- inslrumentation. His legs are! not used because of both lack of A double amputee, an Australian veteran of World War II ALL LADIES' SUMMER DRESSES Reduced for Fast Clearance Our $3.67. NOW. .. Our $5.88. NOW. .. Our $7.88. NOW... " 96 NEVER MOREi SAVE ORJHy dened taxpayer. Smith agreed. ^ ^tock of need for them, '^obviously was aware of the! and added the hope is that, the, In extended flights, man will ln"a n ^ nIO g' SaPUt UP °" , a legged! bands will pay off through a be traveling for long periods un- "^"J"^^ ^f^^L^'il 25-year spread with less than ; de>' conditions of zero gravity. has been appropriated for the There are medical indications biennial support of the institu-i that .leg muscles may become tions. The most logical gain!weak from not being used. Un- will come from a slight in-'der weightless conditions, it is crease in state sales tax," Smith the upper part of the body which] S8id is necessary for movement and we naa to send him oui regrets stiia - along with pur compliments for unteered to Col. Stapp lor astro-1| naut training. However, he had) no background of aviation or medicine. "His only qualification was being a double amputee," said CoJ. Stapp, "and, therefore. "The lawmaking body real-'.stability. i/es that the state cannot oper- Col. Stapp observed that am- jite beyond a fiscal responsi- putees are constantly in a bility. so ue want to make it stressful condition arid daily liv- possible to do what is needed j ing presents them with the chal- without. straining the purse jlenge of both physical and psy- Neither of these is a tasty of. the public." Smith concluded, jchological adjustment on a con// Costs So litfle to hmoits Cuptf by InstslleJ I/I/all-to. Will **-"'' •*— *«**««»fcxi. ™ A look at the prices below will prove that luxurious wall-to-wall carpet expertly installeoj costs far less than you may think. You can carpet your living—dining room and bedrooms for similar low prices ... and pay conveniently on our budget payment plan. Come in and talk it over with us. We'll show you a complete selection of Lees carpets and gladly give you free estimates. Here's all you pay including padding and expert installation..! Beautiful "MEADOW-LARK" Carpeting NO DOWN PAYMENT S1C60 Living Room 12' by 15' Dining Room 8' by 9 Bedroom 12'by 12 IS? Per Month his courage in volunteering." It takes from a year to 18 months to turn a qualified jet i pilot into an astronaut with the medical background to understand the conditions anticipated by space flight medical authorities. Could Bo Trained • Col. Stapp has acknowledged that amputees with flying exper- j , ience, even lacking other necessary qualifications, could be , suitably trained for space flight. He emphasized that this would inean a new and specially designed program that would require a great additional investment of time and money, "which we cannot afford, at this time, to make," even though such astronauts might prove superior. Col. Stapp. a pioneer in space medicine, is known as "the fastest man on earth" for his rockut sled rides at 632 miles per hour. He was a volunteer on 2(! tests using the rocket sled. 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