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TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE GIRL SCOUTS DISPLAY CRAFTS Craft objects which WIT made dnr- Seliuel/, troop (>8; Donna Kay Bonds, Ing the year were on display Saturday Troop 991; Deiiise Walkington and at the Brownie Play Day at. Rock Paillette Russell, both from Troop (»8. Spring Park. Girls iii photo are Terry At Springfield Move to Legalize Lotteries, Bingo Appears to Be Dead To Speak At Legion ! Banquet ! Thomas Wicks, historian f o r | the department of Missouri American Legion, will speak at Alton American Legion Post 126's school award banquet June 13 at t h e American Legion Home. 6th and George streets. Americanism chairman R a y j Hen-en said the public is invited! to attend. The award winners and' their parents will he guests of jlhe Legion. 1 In other Legion events. \V. Karl i Smith WHS elected commander i !Monday night. Other officers elect- 1 ieii include .hum's H. Davis, sen- i ! ior vice commander; Fred Wink-, Her, junior vice commander; U. L i iPitkin. senior finance officer, llJaniel Maher. sergeant-al-arms; j I Luther B. McCoy.chaplain; and! j Fred King, Fred Tickner. Ray- jinoncl Costello, Maurice Kennedy jand Charles File were elected to • the executive board. Veterans Memorial chairman; :,lames Davis announced at thei mcelint; that the small attend a nee at Memorial Day services >at the National Cemclery \va^ a reflection of lack of interest •amonv World War II and Korean 1 '• Veterans. The Junior American Legion ; baseball team was introduced to ; lhe members. , Missouri V. Grad to Be 2 Area School Superintendents Will Attend Seminar at Capital SPRINGFIELD, III. (Special) — Proposals to legalize bingo and lotteries in Illinois appear dead in the Stale General Assembly following defeat last week of attempts to reverse House committee "do not pass" recommendations on both. Motions to reverse the committee were decisively beaten. Bingo lost, 76, to 27, and lotteries, Sfi to 22. The legislation was in the form of joint resolutions to amend the slate constitution. The. bingo resolutions would exempt bingo receipts when used for charitable, religious, civic and educational purposes. The lottery measure would repeal a constitutional ban against lotteries. A further requirement would he their submission to a slate referendum. Voting on the motion to non- concur in the House Constitutional Amendments Cmmitlee's "do not pass" on bingo, included: For non-concurrence — Barry, Callatii Course, DeMichaels, Di- Prima, Downey, Holloway, Kennedy, Ixnighran, Pearson, Pfeffer, Romano, Schacfer, Shaw and Stremlati. For concurrence in the committee recommendation — R. K. Anderson, Bail-slow, Blades, Bry- dia, Burgoon, Clahaugh, Clarke,:corporate limits of any rily, vil-i ov incorporated town. Spon-! Davidson, Finfgeld, Hale, Hoiple, Hill, Hiltmeier, Ihnen, Laufer, McConnell, McCormick, McDevitt, McGowan, C. 0. and K. |\V. Miller, Moore. Morgan, Ncff, jRailsback. Rink, Rowe, Scaria- jno, Schoeberlein, Ralph T. Smith land .lack Walker. Voting on the proposal to re- jpcal the state lies included; lage sot's includrrl Reps. Dan Costel- 1 lo fD-EnsI St. Louis); Bernard: McDevill ID-Chicago); Jack \Vnl-; ker (R-Lansing): and Way IIP: Fit/.gerrcll (R-Sesser). Tlip "fpiifp", undfr Iprms of tin 1 bill, would consist of not few-1 er than I wo rows of Douglas Kir,; 01- Reel Pine in each row to ! LIKES TO READ Mark Hornsey, son ol Mr. and Mrs. David Horn- scy, read 135 books in his first year in school. His parents signed a certificate each time attesting that he really read them. Debra Narup, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Narup, 3710 Wickenhauser, read 125 but was not available for the picture. They are students of Sister Rita of St. Matthew's school on Milton Road. Two newly-elected superintend ents of schools in the Alton area will attend an all-day seminar at the Governor Hotel in Springfield Wednesday, sponsored hy Ray Piieo. state supevinl •ndent ol pub lie instruction. They are: Charles Burnett of Greene Counh and Chester Knicht of Calhoun County. I wenly-four new superintendents who will be inducted into oflice on Ana. ">. will attend Ihe sessions KP announced. Pane said the mectins; uith Ih, nrvly-elected county superintend cuts is bcinu held to outline the mutual responsibilities of the state office and the office of the county superintendent. Assistin.s.; in the orientation program will he Wilbur R. !,. Trimpi. Madison Counts superintendent ol schools. Baptist Womrn to Hear Mrs. Privrtl Mrs. W. ]•'. Privott. -vife of the pastor of Cherry Street Baptist Church, \\ill report on the American Baptist Convention to I b e I ppev Alton Baptist Church Women's Missionary Society nieel- itm al 10 a.m. Wednesday in Peck Tlall. The American Baptist Convention was held in May in Detroit. COLOGNK—This German city is the site of this year's Hotel and Restaurant International E.v ihihition. Thomas Sheppard Selected For a Scholarship Course Thomas E. Shopparrt. son afjlondinc Unifrrl States universities, Cnpl. Rnlpli 0. Shrppnrd of A1-|offrrs special ronrsrs to out- ton. has hern informed hy t h r'.stnndinc hieli school students. National Science Foundation and Thnmas Sheppard was one of SI Louis University thai he has'in students selected for a course been selected Id attend one of in advanced mathematics (or their scholarship courses. computer locin. Capl. Sheppavd is with the Headquarters. Mediterranean WASHINGTON'—Final ficure.s Communications Rcaion in Libya, for fiscal 1W2 shou- that the The National Science Foundation.'World Bank made SS82 million in in cooperation \vilh many of the i loans WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING AT SLACK FURNITURE and APPLIANCE CO, 203 W. Third St.—Downtown Alton ,oiiK Terms—Many. Many Months to Pay! ban against loUer-;spn U . 0) White Pine trees, the trees I For non-concurrence — Bakcr,;be spared not more (ban H feet !Barry. Callan, Course, DeMieh- japart and so planted they would iiiels. DiPrima, Downey, F a r y, [screen from sight land on which iHolloway, Kennedy, Pearson, Pfel'fer, Romano, lau and Traynor. For concurrence recommendat ion — Shaw, Strem- junk is deposited. Failure lo comply would ren- ider tbe owner of the junk yard committee! l ° ;l filKJ of-fi'om $100 to $1.000. E. Anrier- The voting on the bill included: json, Blades, Brydia, Burgoon, j.' or passage — R. E. Andor- Clarke, Davidson, Erlenborn, son . Austin, Barry, Brydia. Bur- in R. An Ensign The son of a former Alton man will receive » degree from the University of Missouri in ceremonies tonight. Martin N. Schaller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reees F. Schaller. '!?, Rusty Wil Drive, Belleville will receive a bachelor of arts degree. Tis studies were focused on Latin American civilization. He will receive his commission as an ensign in the navy and be assigned to the Destroyer Parsons at San Diego. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Robert wards St. Schaller 2915 Ed- |Hale, Heiplc, Hill. Hittmeier, Hol- jlen, Ihnen, Laufer, Lehman, Leon, McConnell, McCormick, McDev- jitt, McGowan. McParllin, C. O. 'and K. W. Miller, Moore, Mor-lf,; gan, Morris, Neff, Railsback jjyj i Redmond, Rink. Rowe, Scariano, (c 0. and j Ralph T. Smith, Touhy, J a c k! Morris, Neff, Walker and Wiklorski. imond, goon, Capuza. Clarke, Costollo, Course, Davidson, DeMichaels, DiPrima, Downey, Euzzino, Gr- nata, Hill, Hittmeier, Ihmen, Lau- $5 PER MONTH BUYS $100 IN MERCHANDISE! NO MONEY DOWN! June extra value WCTV to Meet The Upper Alton Women's Christian Temperance Union will i meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at! Peck Hall. Loughran, McConnell, _________ McDevitl, McGowan, i son, Dale, Erlenborn, Glenn, Hall, P. J. Miller. Moore, Heiple, Molten. Horslcy, Hur.sick- er, Janczak. Allen Lucas, MeCul- House last week approved Shaw. Railsback, Red- Schaofer, Schoeberlein. i ly, K. W. Miller, Morgan, Park- Teefey, Traynor, J a c k I hurst, Rosander, Rowe, Saa' a bill lo fence junk yards within j Walker, Willetl and Speaker Lcw- !one-fourth of a mile of any ! high way within or stalejis. without the i Voting ••No" — Baker, Bran- Ralph T. Smilh and R. V. Walsh. Passed flfi to 24 and now goes to the Senate. North, south, east, west. .. EolngULUS is the GoinqJhingl Every 30 seconds of every business day another proud owner •teps out in a new '63 Oldsmobile. Why is going Olds the going thing? Oldsmobile's stylish look is the most obvious answer. Its famous Rocket performance is another. Ditto its ultra-smooth coil-spring ride and near-effortless handling. IB it any wonder that nearly 1,700 people a day are making the move to Olds? Why not stop in at your Oldsmobile Dealer's and see how easy it is to join them! 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