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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 6, 1963
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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull "Now, lemme talk to you as man to, man, Albert. We don't put mashed potatoes into Grandpa's pobket. I mean, we Just New York Moving to Curb Aid By MICHAEL KEATING ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — An obscure office in the New York State Department of Social Welfare is providing guidance to other states in a national effort to cut $252 mi'- lion a year from the cost of public welfare. The office is (he Bureau of Reg- islry and Location. Its task is to find the whereabouts of fathers and mothers who dewl their families, leaving them lo taxpayers to support. If located in another otate, the parents, can be prosecuted under "Ihc runaway pappy -act." The bureau—in full-time operation slightly less than a year—has a SI per cent record of achievement. A new federal regulation requires all states to set up something similar. Desertion The federal government estimates that desertion is responsible for 18 per cent of cases receiving aid-to-dependent children, That comes to the $252 million a year figure. New York and other states have laws requiring parents to support their children. But first the parents must- be found. The key to the New York operation is that it has access to state records that normally are confidential — tax reports, correction department files, and unemployment insurance records. Tf a deserter is employed in the state, the bureau can obtain the name and address of the man and his employer. If the man Is collecting unemployment Insurance, the bureau can learn where the checks are being picked up. If the man is in jail, in a mental institution, or has visited a friend in jail correction department records will show this. Legal Proceedings When the local welfare official knows where his quarryps, he begins legal proceedings to make him assume his responsibilities. Under the runaway pappy act— a uniform law passed by all the states and territories—a support proceeding begun in one state can be tried in another, eliminating thf need of returning a man home for trial. The effectiveness of the bureau is curtailed when a deserter leaves the state and has no con- Plan Bus Tour to SIU at Carbomlale EDWARDSVlLLE — The City Council Tuesday approved an expenditure of $150 for rentals of a bus to take residents, businessmen and city officials on a tour of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. The tour, scheduled for June 23 and open "to the public, was organized to acquaint residents and businessmen of Edwardsville with the relationship of a university near a city, Alderman Victor Thegze reported. Fellowship EDWARDSVILLE -- J. Edmund White, assistant professor of chemistry at Southern Illinois University's Edwardsville ' Campus, will study next year on a fellowship at Massachusetts Insti- lue of Technology. Warden WORDEN — The Lions Club will meet Tuesday evening at 6:30 at the Lutheran Hall. Mrs. Carroll Bryan and daughter, Tamara Ann, returned home Tuesday from St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland. Mrs. Clara Krechnyak returned home Wednesday from the Staunton Community Hospital. Mrs. Gertrude Wohlert entered St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Williams are visiting their sons, Eugene and Elmer "and their families, in Benton Harber and Buchanan, Mich. Gerald Foley and son, Michael, spent a few days this week with Mrs. Mary Foley at Kewanee. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Soltermann of Wood River; Mr. and Mrs. John Ursprung of Bethalto, and Mr; and Mrs. Carl Ursprung of Edwardsville, visited here S u n- day with Mrs. Carolina Ursprung. Miss Cora Coffee, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Told of Webb City, Mo., were guests Tuesday and Wednesday of Mrs. Lillian Blotevogel and Mrs. Dora Honerkamp. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scanlan and son, Gerald, and daughters, Janice and Marilyn of Venedy, were guests Sunday of Mrs. C. Ursprung and other relatives. THE HAGUE—Holland now gets 11 per ceiu of her imports from the U.S. tact with any slate agency. No adequate machinery exists for location of these individuals, Rosen- blaH says. He hopes that an infective interstate information exchange cnn begin when all states establish a central registry of deserting heads of households. Special PRE-SEASON SALE ON <§S AIR CONDITIONING PRICED AS LOW AS 495 Be ALL SUMMER LONG IN EVERY ROOM IN YOUR HOUSE! PER MONTH* WHOIE HOUSi CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING PREE SURVEY Mri c«»«. hAr, «P>»». \WY4w» MOW wd W »« »"«•• •" V"« « i no* toon •* od^MH «ltc«lf«l mvln. • , MO MPNIV DOWN W TO 40 MONIHI TOfAt ALTOM I HOME IMP. FREE ESTIMATE ALTON HOME IMP, 12 E. FERGUSON WOOD RIVER Dial 254-0601 452 E. IROADWAY ALTON HO 2-924* Open Thursday and Friday Nights Until 9:00. 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