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THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH* PAGE NINETEEN Mrs* Ringhausen Heads Auxiliary at Jersey JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Lucy Ringhausen was elected president of Worthey Post American Legion Auxiliary Monday evening at the Legion Home. Mrs. Robert Miller is the retiring president. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Martin Walsh, senior vice president; Mrs. Marvin Ford, junior vice-president; Mrs. Robert Miller, historian; Mrs. Robert Krueger, treasurer; Mrs. Orville Breitweiser, chaplain; Miss Betty Cox, sergeant at attns; Mrs. 01- lie Wendle, secretary. The slate of officers was chosen by the nominating committee composed of Mrs. Ernest Ferenbach, Mrs. Clayton Robinson, Mrs. B. L. McDow, and Miss Betty Cox, and Mrs. Christy Beatty. They will be installed at the September meeting and Mrs. Ringhausen will select her appointive officers prior to that time. The committee named for the September Installation session in- eludes Mrs. Myrtle Rowling, chairman, Mrs. Dan Edwards, Mrs. Ernest Pohlman, Mrs. Robert T. Hughes, Mrs. Mary V. Hughes, Mrs. Mavis Brooks, Mrs. Lucy Ringhausen, Mrs. Lucy Creeling, Mrs. Lawrence G. Cone, Mrs. Charles Witt, Mrs. Marian Charow. Mrs. Miller reported that I h e auxiliary sold its quota of 2,400 poppies on Poppy Day, the largest number ever sold by the organization. Gross receipts were $421.50. No meeting will be held in July and the annual family picnic is set for Aug. 12 at the Legion home. East Alton Woman Injured in Fall WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Eura Belle, 55, 104 Cooper St., East Alton, was admitted Wednesday to Wood River Township Hospital for a fractured right ankle incurred when she fell on the steps of her back porch. Her condition was reported as good today. Others treated and released from the hospital Wednesday for injuries incurred in mishaps were Mrs. Thurman Owens, Meadowbrook, for an injured left knee; and Paul Ivanuck, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Ivanuck, 380 Virginia, Cottage Hills, for a laceration of the left little toe. Dutch Offer Land ZAANDAM—This Dutch city, 10 miles north of the capital, is offering 145 acres of industrial land to foreign firms. summer PORTSWEAR Live the life you love in our outdoor-able: for sun and fun! We've all the great fashion looks of the season in our new collection of summer maternity sportswear. Come choose from a wide, wonderful array of tops, pants and skirts in easy-care fabrics of every color. $ 2" „ '6" FREEDOM RINGERS Local "Let Freedom Ring" commit- can independence. Front left to right tee members do an imaginary bellring- the committee members are Anthony J. ing act of their own for the benefit of Crivello, Carl Krancher, and Fred Sea,a photographer to remind folks of their vey. 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A small committee in the Telegraph area is working to enlist churches, schools, and any othei owners of public bells to ring these at 1 p.m. this Independence 3ay. Heading the nucleus committee is Carl Krancher, Alton Box Board Co., project engineer. Gerving with him pending enlargement are Anthony J. Crivello of t h e Union Electric Co. and Fred Seavey of Olin Mathieson. The area bell ringing program will be part of a national plan based on a resolution passed May 14 by Congress. The resolution provides thai the anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Indepen dence shall be observed eacl year by the ringing of bell throughout the United States a the hour of 2 o'clock, Eastern day light time, in the afternoon of the 4th day of July" and "calls upon civic and other community lead ers to take appropriate steps to encourage public participation in this observance." Mayor P. W. Day will participate in the program and is ex peeled to sign a proclamation for the event. Wood River Pool To Offer Lessons WOOD RIVER — Swimming pool manager Howard Getting has announced that registration for private swimming lessons will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Monday and Tuesday on the pool sun I deck. Lessons available to children, six years of age and older will! cost 75 cents per hour and taking; such lessons would require t w o hours attendance per week, he ! added. A child can drop out any timej the parents feel he has advanced! enough or can drop for any other reason, Getting said. 286 in Wood River Vacation School ; WOOD RIVER - A total of 2861 persons were registered in the 14 classes of the vacation B i b 1 e' school of the Church of Christ, Wednesay, Wayne Hall, minister and school director, reports. A record breaking enrollment is expected this year, he stated. Classes will conclude with a demonstration program in the I church at 7:30 p.m. Monday and! the youngsters will be entertained at an all-day picnic and outing Tuesday at the Westerner Club Park. Driver's License Suspended 3 Months George W. Schriefer, Rte. 1, I East Alton had his driver's license suspended for three months for being convicted of three traffic violations Charles F. Car pentier, Secretary of Slate, said today. Dale G. Dickerson, 201 Rohm Place, Roxana and Donald E. Dooley, 135 Lakeside, East Alton were granted probationary permits. Banquet Saturday The Main Street Baptist Church will hold its father-son banquet 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the church. The arrangements and food are sponsored by the Ann Larsen Missionary Society. Economic Agency Gets Budget Cut SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-The Ilinois Board of Economic De- •elopment has been shorn of near- v half its requested budget for 963-65 by the Illinois Senate Ap- ropirations Committee. The committee cut 5350.000 rom Gov. Kerner's $831.667 re- uest for the board. Its functions include acquaint- ng industry with natural and ommanity resources in the state, lelping communities plan to be- ome attractive to industry, de- eloping area resources and pro- noting tourism. Victor de Grazia, board execu- ive secretary, said the board leeded to nearly double its 195V 3 budget of $436.000 to meet increasing interest in the fields of community planning, water resources, area redevelopment and ourism. But spokesmen for the Republi-i can majority on the committee aid water resources should be landled by the waterways division. They said tourism would be pro- noted, under bills voted by the ommittee to the Senate floor, by commission and executive di- ector under the state Conseiva- ion Department. The new unit vould have a $500,000 apprnpria- ion for tourism alone. 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