Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 14, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 14, 1963
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FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Coroner Serves Papers On Macoupin Sheriff CARLINVILLE — Macoupin County Sheriff Russell Sexton, who usually serves summonses, was served with one Tuesday evening by County Coroner Conrad Dawson. The summons was in the $10,000 damage suit brought by William Bender, formerly of Springfield, and alleges false imprisonment and violation of constitutional rights. The suit alleges Bender was held In the Macoupin County jail after posting "good" bond. "To my knowledge I did not hold Bender," as stated in the information said Sheriff Sexton. "I have informed the state's attorney I was served." State's attorney Paul C. Vertic- eho, said he was "studying" the civil case and would, before taking any action, have to inform the company holding the surely bond for the sheriff. Licensed to Wed CARLINVILLE - Marriage li : censes, issued by County Clerk SEARS KOEBUCK AND CO FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull Chain Link Fence Sale Reg. 65c Ft. 36 In. High Ft. Reg. 75c Ft. 42 In. High Reg. 85c Ft. 48 In. High Price Includes fabric, lop mil, line posls, loop cnps and He wire. Phone HO 5-5511 for Free Home Estimate Sears In Downtown, Alton 48c 58c 68c Edward Noting are: June 12, Frank R. Silvester, 21, Staunton, and Helen M. .Stoye, 20, Benld. June .13. Charles I. Tatum, 19, Jackson, Miss., and Carol Ann Luecke, 20, Carlinville. Former Jersey Pastor and Wife Wed 50 Years JERSEYVILLE—The Rev. William A. Steinkraus, a former pastor of First Baptist Church here, and Mrs. Steinkraus, observed their 50th wedding anniversary Thursday at their residence in Bloomington. There was no formal anniversary of the event planned, but the couple expected a visit from their son, Col. Robert Steinkraus of the Marine Corps Air Force whom they had not seen for the past five years. / Another son of the couple, Karl, is with Owens-Illinois and is director of personnel at the firm's Paper Products Co. in Manhassott, L. T. He has been with the company for 20 years. The R<-v. Steinkraus was pastor of Hie Jerseyville church from Jan. 1, 19H3, until Jan. 1, 1940. Attend Conference JERSEYVILLE—T h e Baptist Women's Conference of Illinois was held at MacMurray College in Jacksonville, June ll-12-]3. Members of the First Baptist Church of Jerseyville who at- Ifwlotl parts of the sessions were; Mrs. William Allen, Mrs. Ada Cook, Mrs. Russell Warner, Mrs. Dwight Ed\vards, Mrs. Joel Murrie, Mrs. Elmer Howell, Mrs. Oni Worsham, Mrs. Lauralee Green, Mrs. LeRoy Moses, Mrs. Hnrold Lane, Mrs. Jennie Berry, Mrs. Amy Mains, Mrs. Jessie Lanham, Mrs. Charles Bowers, Mrs. Marilyn Marshall, Mrs. Norman Howard, Mrs. William Shaw, Mrs. Edward Weule Jr., Mrs. Doyle Fry, Mrs. Lloyd Adams, Mrs. Herbert Wisehearl, Mrs Charles Henson, Mrs. Paul E Smith, Mrs. Melvin Wiegand Mrs. Paul Erb, and Mrs. Kenneth Brayshaw. Senior Club JERSEYVILLE—The Senior Citizens Club will meet July 3 with a sack lunch at noon. Three new members joined the group at the meeting Wednesday a the Lions playground. They are ADULTS ONLY! NO ONE UNDER 18 ADMITTED! Music Recitals To Be At Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Ted *inghausen will present a group f voca) students in a recital at :30 p.m. this evening at her ome on South State Street. The following will take part: lusscl Welch, Hope Wittman, Carol Cox, Kaye Dwyer, Judy Chtippel, Sandy House, Susan •folmes, Helen Isringhausen, May Kundel and Teddy, Terri, Judi nd Jackie Ringhausen, of Jer- eyville; Rebecca Prough, Kane; Avery Gisy, Graf ton; Cindy Crid- r, Bethnlto; Connie Sidwell and ucly Groppel, Godfrey. A second recital at the Ring- muscn home will be at 8 p.m. Monday al which time a numbei if piano pupils of Mrs. Ted linghhusen and her daughter udi, will be presented Those participating will be; Ca- liy McCoy, Mary and George 'essler, Bargarel Breed, Mike Groppel, Candy Rench, Diane Martin, Wendy and Steve White Barbara Schell, Carol and Barrel! Dabhs, Cindy and Susan Beach, Carol Cox, Judy Chappel Susan Holmes, Teddy, Terri and Judi Ringhausen of Jerseyville; libel Mae Blasa, Fieldon; Cin dy Crider, Bethalto; Marilyn Me Jride, Brighton; Margaret Ann lop ley, Grafton; Rebecca 'rough, Susan and Jean Wehrly md Alice Marshall, Kane. Emergency Patients JERSEYVILLE — Ralph Keen Mrs. Fred Lanham, Mrs. Roy Lanham and Mrs. Lola Loy. INVEST? and maybe \ lose my shirt ry NOT WTH THIS BLUE CHIP! Money invested at Piasa is not only in* •tired, ft earns many benefits: • 4.6% current annual dividend • Dividends compounded quarterly • Money In by the 20th earns from the 1st • Dividends paid consecutively for ovtr 75 years These are some solid, blue-chip reasons ¥vhy your money earns more money—mow Often at Plasa. Why settle for less? Save by mall-Plasa pays the postage. Shouldn't you be enjoying these advantages, too? a First federal, State & Wall Sts., Alton, Ilk For Iftna wid temperature, *f 465-4431. PIASA FIRST FEDERAL AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Trouble is, if you're under 18 you can't see 'em, and if you're over 18 you can't understand 'em." >f Jerseyville cut the end of his eft thub off with an electric saw ie was using at his home Wednesday evening. He was brought o the Jersey Community Hospital vhere he was treated and released. Bobby Kuehnel, 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuehnel of ferseyville was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital at 4 p.m Wednesday for treatment. He fell on the steps at his home and cut lis lower lip. The wound required sutures. Club I'icnlc JERSEYVILLE — The Jerseyville Business 'and Professiona Women's Club held a picnic supper Wednesday evening at the •lome of Miss Celia Sinclair. The retiring president, Miss Irene Connolly, was presented a gift by Mrs. George Koster, new presi dent, on behalf of the dub. Announce Birth JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs Edward Fry of Rte. 1, Grafton are parents of a daughter born June 12 at Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed pounds, 10 ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs Leland Clarida of St. Louis Coun ty, and Mr. and Mrs. Everet Fry of Grafton, and is a grea granddaughter of Mrs. Alice Frj of Grafton. Other children o the couple are Edward, 6, an Leah, 2. On Vacation JERSEYVILLE — Miss Iren Connolly, supervisor of the ob stetrics department of Jerse Community Hosptial, is on vaca tion and will resume her vvor July 2. Tucson, Ariz., was settled ir 1776. Jersey Review Board Starts Work June 17 JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Sam tephenson of Jerseyville has been eappointed a member of the ersey County Board of Review or a two-year term by County udge Howard Lee White. Supervisor James Allen of Jerey Township, chairman of the ersey County Board of Supervis- rs is chairman of the Review 3oard by virtue of his office, and ATS. Grace Edwards of Fieldon is ie holdover member. Robert D. Bosworth. supervisor f assessments in Jersey County, s clerk of the board by virtue of is position. The Board will convene on June 7. Meclora Junior Unit Elects Officers MEDORA — Mrs. Darfell Molen was elected chairman of the 'unior Homemakers Extension Unit which held their monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Sanders, Tuesday evening. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Bill Golike, first vice-chairman; Mrs. Tom Frueh, second vice-chairman; Mrs. Alan Flicker, secretary and treasurer; Mrs Don Cameron, safety and health chairman; Mrs. Elmer Krueger •ecreation chairman. The major lesson, "Fat Control! ed Cooking," was given by Mrs David McKee Jr., and Mrs. Rus sell Reno. Mrs. Kenneth Sanders ?ave a demonstration short fea Lure, "Caesar Salad." The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Bill Golike This meeting will be devoted t handcraft working. Hobby Club MEDORA — A meeting of the Hobby Club has been postponed due to the members participating in vacation Bible school. T h Bar Objects to Constitution Change Proposal CHICAGO (AP) — Three pro- 3osals calling for changes in thr _J.S. Constitution to increase po\v- rs of states and state legislatures ave drawn opposition from the Ihicago Bar Association. The association announced its pposition Thursday to the pro- in the national forum of Congress. The committee criticixed the projx>sed elimination of foderal conn jurisdiction over the apportionment of state legislatuics as an opening for apportionment on the basis of "ownershio of property, membership in a particular osals, introduced this year in economic or ethic group, or sim- icarly all the state legislatures, ncluding Illinois Firemen Will Attend'School' Nenr Fnyetle Kampsville Farmer I j Seriously Injured CARROLLTON — Waiter Meyer, lii. Kampsville farmer incurred a critical head irffrry Thurs- CARROI.LTON — Carrollton flay while preparing a combine Auxiliary Police and a croup of for use. Meyer's he;id was split ix men from the Carrollton cli-.or>"n and. after arrival at Boyd ,-ision of the Can-oil ton F i r e, Memorial Hospital here, was tak- Protection District will go to Fay-'en m St. Luke's Hospital at St. ette Sunday where they will participate in a training school for firemen sponsored by field Fire Protection cooperation with the School Bus the Green- CARROLLTON — Lyndlc L. District in'McCnllistPr of Roodhouse brought Division of the in.'i?, school bus from the showed i. dozen i men. headed by Eugene Wagcn- The proposal—to form a "Court >f the union" of the 50 chief jus- ices of slate high courts and empower it to overrule the U.S. Su- ireme Court—has not been acted on by the Illinois General \ssembly. One that would permit state egislatures to amend the U.S. Jonstitution without congressional approval has been approved by Illinois lawmakers in both houses. The third, which would prevent federal courts from reviewing itate apportionment laws, has been passed by the Illinois Senate and is pending in the House. A special bar committee said hat under the "Court of the Union" proposal the "smallest rural state would have a voice equal to a state with a large urban center." It also said a 50- judge court would be unwieldy beyond description. The main Chicago Bar Associa tion objection to the proposal to bypass Congress in amending the constitution was that important matter. 1 , would be considered "in the relative obscurity of state capitals" instead of being debated lar standards." A recent poll tale legislatures havp 'ither thp proposal to Congress in amending the consti ution or the one preventing fed- i-al court review of state appor- ionmpnl laws. Approval of three- ourths of the state is needed to the proposed changes in effect. Extension of the University of 111-'Carrollton Unit for S215. The bus inois Firemanship Training. wns recently advertised for sale l/iral Auxiliary Police will be and was sold to the highest bid- used to police the area and han-ider. I rile- traffic, while the local five- meeting will be Friday, June 21 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs Nelson Releford. passed!er, fire chief, will participate in bypass j fighting a fire which will be ignited at 1 p.m. in a two story building .given for the purpose by Martha Beck. The fastest current ever found 11 open sea — almost 11 miles an lour — was measured off Florida n the Gulf Stream. TKl'E CHKISTIAN SPIRIT WINSLOW. Ariz. (AP) — Talk about brotherhood, well Winslow During a Sunday presentation 1 the city's First Baptist Church, a Roman Catholic priest —in behalf of the United Presbyterian Church — introduced a progranj entitled "Martin Luther." Better Quality CASUAL FOOTWEAR 1,99 ? 2.99 1,99 WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway Women's Canvas Oxfords Men's Canvas Casuals, Oxfords. 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