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SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THIRTEEN Obituaries Harmon Mrs. Ellle A. Harman, 66, died at 2 p.m. Friday at Alton Memorial Hospital. She had been in 111 health for three weeks. She was employed in the kitchen of Alton Memorial Hospital. She had lived in the Alton area for 30 years. For the last 15 years, she resided at 2400 La Salle. Mrs. Harman was born Nov. 26, 1896, in Floyd, Vir. to Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hylton. She is a member of the Brown Street Baptist Church. Seven daughters, Mrs. Russell Ardinger of Alton, Mrs. Glen Voumard of Fosterberg, Miss Willa Harman of Alton, Mrs. Kirk Neilson of Battle Mount, Nev., Mrs. John Conley of Alton, Miss Doris Harman of San Diego, Calif., and Miss Shirley Harman of Alton; one son, Foster J. of Alton, survive. Also, surviving are four brothers, Ira oi Cambria, Va., John, Julian, and Maynard, all of Floyd, Va.; and four sisters, Mrs. Gay Smith of New Winchester, Ky. , Mrs. Bess Pullen of Cam- ria, Va., Mrs. Cecil Reed of Floyd, Va., and Mrs. Charles Keeler of Wernersville, Penn. She leaves ten grandchildren. One brother, two sons, and one daughter preceded her in death. Friends may call after 12 noon Sunday at Smith Funeral Home. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at t h e Brown Street Baptist Church by the Rev. Gaylord Hamilton. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. parents are one sister, Jana, maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoffman of Wisconsin, and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Allard, of East Alton. Friends may call at Gent Chapel after 2 p.m. Sunday until noon Monday when the body will be moved to the Faith Lutheran Church for funeral services at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Paul Schroeder. Burial will be in Rose Lawn Memory Gardens. McCloskey Solemn rerjuiem high mass for Dr. James R. McCloskey, 54, prominent Alton ear, nose and throat specialist who died at DePaul Hospital in St. Louis Friday at 5:T)0 p.m., will be sung Tuesday at 9 a.m. at St. Mary's Catholic Church. An Alton resident since 1938, Dr. McCloskey had been a patient at the hospital since April 27. The body is at the Gent Chapel where friends may call after 6 p.m. Sunday. Rosary will be recited Monday at 8 p.m. Burial will be in the St. Patrick Cemetery in Godfrey. Wright Mrs. Nonie (Noonan) Wright of 717 Alby, died at 2:15 a.m. today in St. Anthony's Hospital where she had been a patient since Wednesday. She was born June 9, 1881 in Alton to Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Noonan. She was married to the late William Wright. She is a member of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, one sister, six brothers, and six great nieces. Surviving are three nieces, Miss Alice Pfeiffer of Kansas City, Sister Mary Ilona of Notre Dame Cathdral School of Belleville, and Mrs, Mary Lawrance of Belleville; and one nephew, Dr. J. J. Noonan of Marshal Town, Iowa. Requiem mass will be at 10 a.m. in SS. Peter and Paul Church. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today at Staten Chapel. The Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Sunday. Interment will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery. McDonald EDWARDSVILLE — Funeral services are to be conducted at 10 a.m. Monday at Weber Funeral Home for Homer F. McDonald, former president of Bell & Zoller Coal Co., who died Thursday in Chicago, where he had made his home. Burial will be inthe family ^lot in Sunset Hill Cemetery. Mr; McDonald retired in 1957 as president of the firm, one of the major producers of coal in Illinois, but continued to hold office as vice president until his death. Allard David Michael Allard, son o) Mr. and Mrs. James K. Allard died at 4:30 p.m. Friday at Al ton Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for one day. He had been in ill health since he was four months old. He was born in Alton on Dec. 5, 1961. Surviving in addition to his ALTON EFFIE A. HAKMAN 2 p.m. Monday, Brown St. Baptist Church ALTON-WOOD R1VK BETHALTO Lanham Army Pvt. KENNETH C. LANE, whose wife, Gail lives at 02 W. Arch, Jerseyville, son f Mrs. Sarach Roewe, 205 Harison, Jerseyville and Army Pvt. tfYMAN C. HALL, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Wilson Hall, 524 W. earl, Jerseyville, completed an ight-week lineman's course at he Southeastern Signal School, 'orl Gordon, Ga., May 31. EDWARDSVILLE — Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Fletcher Funeral lome lor William F. Lanham Sr., who was pronounced dead at 11:50 a.m. Friday at St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton. Lanham, 59, an employe at Laclede Steel Co. at Alton the past 29 years, resided at 1221 Central Ave., Alton, where he was found late Friday morning in his car at the residence, with the garage doors closed and the motor running. Police said he had )een in ill health and under doc- .or's care. The services Tuesday will be conducted by the Rev. Father Louis Elbow, pastor of St. Mary's Church, followed by burial in city cemetery at Highland. Friends may call at Fletcher Funeral Home after 4 p.m. Sunday. Born here Nov. 7, 1903, and an dwardsville resident 49 years un- l moving to Alton in 1952, he was a son of the late B. C. and Aloysie Lanham. His first wife, Mrs. Stella Lanham, died Dec. 17, 1952. He was later married to Mrs. Dela Dunnagan, who survives. A son and two daughters survive: William Lanham Jr., and Mrs. Harold Shatter, both of Edwardsville, and Mrs. Harold Kruckeberg, Moro. Mrs. D. F. Van Meter of Centerville, Ind., is a stepdaughter. There are five brothers and three sisters: Emanuel, Hugh and Benjamin Lanham, all of Alton; Bernard Lanham, Mankato, Minn.; Barney Lanham, Waco, Tex.; Mrs. Arthur Jaggers of Edwardsville, Mrs. William Noe of Brighton and Mrs. Ora Pratt, Reed City, Mich. Hoppe EDWARDSVILLE — Funeral services are to be conducted at 9 a.m. Monday at St. Boniface Church for Mrs. Bertha Hoppe, 75, of 944 Hillsboro Rd., who died Friday morning at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, where she had been admitted the day before. Requiem mass will be read by the pastor, the Rev. Father Ralph Guido, with interment in the church cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday at Weber Funeral Home, where the Rosary is to be recited at 8 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Hoppe was born here Feb. 7, 1888, a daughter of the late Theodore and Caroline Gephart Metz. She was married Aug. 4, 1908, to Joseph Hoppe, who died June 22, 1934. Five sons and three daughters surviving are Theodore and Clarence Hoppe and Mrs. Chester Humphrey, all of Edwardsville; Edward and Paul Hoppe of Le Mars, la.; Leo Hoppe, Bridgewater, Mass.; Mrs. Ernest Peck, Escondido, Calif., and Mrs. Clyde Moore, Laport, Ind. A brother and three sisters survive: Frank Metz of O'Fallon 111.; Mrs. Franke Hoppe, Mrs George Fisher and Mrs. John Huse all of Edwardsville. There are 21 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. She was a member of St. Boniface Church and the Altar Society of the church. DAVID MICHAEL ALLARD Services 2:00 p.m. Monday at the Faith Lutheran Church. Rev. Paul Sehroeder official ing. Burial in Rosolawn Memory Gardens. In state at the Chapel after 2:00 p.m. Sunday. JAMES D. McCLOSKEY, M.D. Services 9:00 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Church. Burial in St. Patrick's Cemetery. In state at the Chapel after 6:00 p.m. Sunday. Rosary recited at 8:00 p.m. Monday. v News of Area Men and Women in Armed Forces KENNETH O. JOHNSON, as- istant fire support coordinator, 02d Infantry Division Artillery, JSAR, has been promoted to he rank oi major in the U.S. rmy Reserve. Johnson's civil- an occupation is with the se- urlty department at Me Donell Aircraft. He resides, at 25 Holly Hills with his wife, Rosaie, and their four children. USS SHANGRI-LA—ROBERT D. STRAUB, air controlman irst class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Straub of 113 C. Seventh St., Roxana, recent- y completed six weeks of un- .vay training at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, while serving aboard he attack aircraft carrier USS Jhangri-La. CAMP PENDLETON, CALIF. — Marine Pfc. DUANE A. YOUNG, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard V. Young of 118 Boyn- on Drive, Alton, and Pfc. .AWRENCE B. McCAULEY, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. McCauley of Brighton, recently completed "lock-on" training, six weeks of intensive training ivhich progresses from basic ire team and squad tactics to complex company and battalion maneuvers with the First Marine Division at Camp Pendleton. LOWRY AFB, Colo. — A3C RICHARD L. RINKE of Troy, is being reassigned to Wright- Patterson AFB, Ohio, following his graduation from the United States Air Force technical training course for bomb-navigation systems mechanics here. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Rinke of Rte. 5, Edwardsville. JEFFREY PINKERTON, son of Mrs. Jane Pinkerton of 2027 Main St., Alton, reported aboard Recruit Training Command at Great Lakes May 30 as a member of the 1963 St. Louis Cardinal Co. Pinkerton is a graduate of Alton High School. PENSACOLA, FLA.—OSCAR T. PEAL Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar C. Peal of 2633 Sidney St., Alton, is serving with Training Squadron One at the Naval Auxiliary Air Station Saufley Field, Pensacola, Fla., the unit which recently won the Naval Air Basic Training Command's Admiral's cup and "E" pennant. U. S. FORCES, KOREA — Army Pfc, ROBERT W. MILLERING, whose wife, Judith, lives at 194 Sering Ave., participated with other members of the 1st Cavalry Division in Exercise RAINSTORM I, a three-day training maneuver in Korea in late May. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Millering, live at 3220 Edsall St. State Officer Visits Graf ton Lodge July 12 GRAFTON — Grafton Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, met Thursday evening and it was announced that Mrs. Mildred Blomstrand, grand worthy matron of Illinois, will make an official visit to the Grafton Chapter July 12 at the school gymnasium. A smorgasbord opened to the public will be served from 6 p.m until 7:30 p.m. Two candidates, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Critchfield, were initiated. Hostesses were Mrs. Russel Campbell, Mrs. Harvey Watkins Mrs. Howard Wadlow, Mrs. Leonard Willman, and Mrs. Louif Lock. 11 Couples Get Decrees Of Divorce EDWARDSVILLE—Eleven uncontested divorces were granted Friday after hearings before Circuit Judge James O. Monroe, An Impressive Sight New Salem Park Popular Announce Birth Mrs. Burk Rites Conducted Friday Funeral services for Mrs. Freda Rothe Burk were conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at St. John's United Church of Christ in Wood River by the Rev. E. Eugene Smith. Pallbearers were Richard Gerdes, Roy Bartlow, Ben A 1 g e r s , Clyde Oldham, George Balster and Virgil Brave. Burial was in he Rose Lawn Memory Gardens, Bethalto. Mrs. Morrison Funeral Friday Funeral services for M r s, Alee Morrison were conducted at ) a.m. Friday in St. Bernard's !hurch, Wood River, by the Rev. Father E. J. Douglas. Pallbearers were A. R. Nico- ay, Lawrence Morrison, Vess Morrison, Bert Morrison, Joe D o o 1 i n g and Cletus Hegeman. Burial was in the St. Francis Cemetery, Jerseyville. GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs, Carl Duncan are the parents of a daughter born June 12 at the Jer sey Community Hospital. She weighed seven pounds and three ounces and is the couples' eighth child. The infant is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeSherlia of Grafton, Raymond Duncan, Elsah, and Mrs. Mattie Summers of California, and a great-granddaughter of Mrs. Hattie Smith of Grafton. Benefit Party GRAFTON — Proceeds from a benefit party Thursday at the home of Mrs. John Hentrichs were $27. It was announced that the next party will be at the home of Mrs. Everett Snyders. Attend Convention GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs Paul Arnold and Rex Paddock went to Peoria last Wednesday where they attended the Illinoi Independent Telephone Associa Jr. Seven decrees were entered on grounds of cruelty: Robert A. Sanders, from Sylvia V. Sanders, and the mother awarded custody of a child; Betty Cuvar, from Donald Cuvar, with the plaintiff's former name of Wilburn restored; Mabel Soliz, from Paul Soliz; Rosemarie Opel of Worden, from William Frederick Opel, and custody of a child awarded to the plaintiff; Mary Imogene Brown, fromMel- vin Lee Brown, with the plaintiff given custody of two children; Joyce Smith of Roxana, from Londos L. Smith; Phyllis Jean Heuser, from George Heuser, Jr., with the plaintiff retaining custody of three children. Granted divorces on grounds of desertion were: Agnes M. Miller, from Benjamine E. Miller, and the mother awarded custody of a child; Ethel Cook, from Eldon Julius Cook; Margaret Miller of Edwardsville, from Boyce E. Miller, and the plaintiff's maiden name of Levora restored; James Lynch, Jr., from Andrea Lynch, In a circuit court decree May 29, Lorene Judith Merry of Wood River was granted a divorce on grounds of cruelty from John Thomas Merry, Alton, and obtained custody of one of the couple's three sons. The defendant was awarded custody of the other two sons, aged 5 and 3. ersey County Judge Howard ee White, presiding as acting rcuit judge, signed the decree nding that specific acts of ruelty occurred Jan. 1, 1962, nd last April 6. The defendant •as awarded furniture and a 955 model automobile as his roperty and ordered to pay osts of the divorce proceeding. Fire District Meet Tonight At Brighton BRIGHTON —A public meet- ng to discuss a proposed fire rotec.ti.on district for Brighton- 'iasa vicinity is set for 8 p.m oday at West Grade School. In addtion to interested loc al residents, a representative of llinois Association of Insurance Underwriters will attend to dis- uss possible lower fire insurance ates, if such a district is formed. 100-Voice Choir to Sing at Wood River WOOD RIVER — A 100-voice nale choir will sing special selec ons during the 9:30 a.m. Bible chool hour of First Church o: Christ Sunday, when the churcl vill observe Father's Day. E. Porter Estes, minister, wil irect the vocal group. Lloyd ilaughter will preside at the or ;an. Vacation Bible School, whirl las been in progress daily thi jast two weeks, will conclude will n All-Church picnic and outing a <endall Hill Park at 6:30 p.m. to day. An afternoon of games anc One of the most popular tourist attractions in Illinois is New Salem State Park, the reconstructed village near Petersburg where Abe Lincoln spent !iis most formative years. The village is an impressive sight. In the 1830s, Lincoln lived there, kept store, served as postmaster, and some say, yearned for apple-cheeked Ann Rutledge who now lies in the cemetery at Petersburg a few miles to the north. President Abraham Lincoln, felled by an assassin's bullet, lies beneath the towering shaft j in Oak Ridge Cemetery in Springfield 18 miles away. The tragedy and the legend of Lincoln commenced in New Salem where he sudied law and listened to Mentor Graham by a flickering fire, shivering in winter's cold or panting from heat of the Illinois summer. It is this spirit of Lincoln that draws visitors from almost every state in the Union and Canada - more than a million .and a man was old at 40. You i whom Lincoln went up a crude of them last vear. It is the ex-Iran see the doctor's few instru-; ladder to spend a few mghls citrment of an outing, the pop-! ments in his cabin. The sieht of iwhen he first came to New corn and ice cream that in- Ihem could well have driven-Salem. Across the way is the terests the kids, and the vaca-1 Lincoln into the study of law as i Brrry-Lincoln store a small tion atmosphere and the sense i a profession. urocery whom L,m-oln could he hislorv that holds their: Lincoln's village is authentic found neglecting hus.ness in (There are 13 cabins plus the ifavor of a nook. He slept in the Near Capital i Rut-ledge Tavern. 10 shops, stor-1 hack room. Everything is New Salem State Park is a;es, mdvislries and a school j cramped, and Abe must have 30-minute drive northwest of! where church services \vere 'rapped his head many times Springfield on Illinois 97. The! held. The interiors have been ; going in and mil of these places. village is atop a wooded hill a!revamped and whitewashed,! In the sprine and af?ain in the of parents. hundred feet high. A model Tj porches nrided where there Ford probably had to back up: were porches, and everything this hill for more power during has a lived-in look as though Uie 1920s. Today's modern cars i the occupants have stepped out fall .the Springfield Junior League opens all cabins for ; nspec- tion by the public, their attractive members serving as go right on up the blacktop! for a few moments. Rack of'hostesses. A few of the cabins road without a gear change, the | some of the cabins arc chick-| aro open at all times to the drivers watching out for Boy ens and a few sheep. Along thejpublic, and there is a guide in- Seouts. hikers, young couples (streets a covered wayon is! S j aP . on a stroll and nature losers i pulled slowly along by a learn | Nea) . fhe rn t ra nce to the vil- all on fool. It must have been grim during the early days at New Salem. The cabins are small and the furnishings neat, clean, but pitifully crude. Dr. Francis of oxen. Kids ami their parents] j. lges ; s t he Kelso Hollow are everywhere. Regnier must have been busy in I the fireplace by a costumed I Amphitheatre. In the fall of the Atmosphere jyear, actors depict a story of From the Rut ledge Tavern c im , o i n ' s ]jf e . comes the smoll_ofjonny_cakej ' Therc ' arp ' [nd equatc parkins facilities, picnic and cooking areas, and a tent and trailer and corn bread perpared over! those days before wonder drugs, j woman. She points upstairs to |' (i . im]) ' A1 |hp font of tno hin to Perry Johnson Rites Monday Funeral services for Perry E. Johnson who died at 2:15 a.m. Friday in St. Joseph's Hospital will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Marks Mortuary by the Rev. Thomas McDermand, pastor of the First Baptist Church of East Alton. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday. Burial will be in the Upper Alton Cemetery. Slaten Funeral Rites Conducted Friday Funeral services for Clarence M. Slaten were conducted at \>. p.m. Friday in the Edwards Street Assembly of God Church by the Rev. Lloyd Shewmaker. Interment was in Upper Alton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Robert Lowe, Kenneth Lowe, Thomas Lowe, Albert Lowe, Marvin Lowe and Billy Lowe. tion convention at Marquette Hotel. GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Fry of Grafton are an nouncing the birth of a daughte June 12 at the Jersey Communitj Hospital. The infant weighed sev en pounds and 10 ounces. Othe children in the family are Ed ward, 6, and Leah, 2. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs Leland Clarida of St. Louis and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fry, Graf ton, and a great-granddaughter o Mrs. Alice Fry of Grafton. Oration Notes GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs Joe Sanchez and son, Michael who have been visiting with rela tives in Grafton left Friday' fo their home in Meaner, Ariz, They were accompanied by Mrs. San chez' mother, Mrs. Lela Finch and her son, Bobby Fowler, wh svill visit indefinitely in Arizona Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Howan and daughter, Elizabeth of Tole do, Ohio, are visiting this wee with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pitten ger and Mr. and Mrs. Charle Overmeyer. Mrs. Edna Ziern of Fergusor Mo., is visiting this week wit her brother-in-law and sister, Mi and Mrs. Roscoe Hibbs. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Brow and daughter moved from Hills bora last sveek to the residence o Mrs. Dorothy O'Donnell. Foster Graduate To Work for State FOSTERBURG Da v i Schaefer has accepted a post a statistician for (he livestock an crop reporting service for th State of Illinois in Springfieh following his graduation froi SIU, Carbondale, Thursday. Schaefer received his BS d< gree in agriculture from the un versity. Friday he and his wifi the former Miss Sharon Bazi lion of Fosterburg, and the Hospital Notes Wood River Township MEDICAL Harold G. Lambert, Carlinville Worrell F. Jacoby, 249 Elm, Roxana Charles W. Whitman, Indianapolis Varies J. Milligan, 101 E. 4th Hartford lerman E. Johnson, Hettick . Marie Duvall, 929 Meadow, Cottage Hills SURGICAL Donna Jean Tarranl, Rte. 1, Alton DISMISSALS Richard Dale Davis, 301 N. Olive, Hartford Angelia Cornelia Radcliff, 1137 Green, Alton 'red C. Oberbeck, 529 George William D. Dorman, 155 Tenth Ray D. Kidd, Godfrey Charles W. Whitman, Indianapolis •ecreation preceded the meal. The school demonstration pro ;ram will be presented at 7:3 j.m. Sunday. Hand crafts madi >y the students will be on display ollowing the ceremonies, and re 'reshments will be served. Members of the Men's Fello\\ ship will attend the East-West Fel owship meeting in St. Ann Firs :hristian Church at 7:30 p.m Tuesday, when the program wil eature the Christian Colleg Men's Glee Club. Visiting Here WOOD RIVER — Wendall Aff sprung, who received a bachelo of arts degree in June 9 gradua tion ceremonies at the Universil, of Cincinnati, Ohio, is vacationin; ,vith his parents, Mr. and Mrs :d Affsprung, 851 Acton Ave Wendall, an honor student, is Tiember of the Phi Beta Kapp 'raternity. Building Damaged At Cottage Hills EDWARDSVILLE — Extensiv vandalism in a building he own it 302 W. McArthur Dr., Cot tag Hills—location of the former "Wi lie's Cafe"—was reported to t h sheriff's office at 5:45 p.m. Friday by Howard McMonigle, 122 N. Lincoln, Cottage Hills. McMonigle said the intruders ipparently entered through a nroken rear window, littered tho floor with ice cream cones and detergent powder, then scattered about $400 worth of greeting cards over the room. McMoniglo said a small cash register was missing from t h o one-time cafe-pool hall. eight-month-old daughter, Robin, left for Springfield. Schaefer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schaefer of Fosterburg. His parents and sister, Vera, attended the graduation exercises in Carbondale Thursday. How They Voted llu- village, is a modern motel, an excellent restaurant and cabins for family accomoda- tions.There is an outdoor swimming pool in this area and a line bookstore across the high- »vav filled with Lincoln memen- By DON CHAMBERLAIN |driok. Green, Hoffeldcr. Kcrr From TcleRraph's | Little. Lyons. McCarthy. Schlr-RC-n Springfield Office \ hauf. and Spragiie. NO - Arrin K - *~ visitors should Flareups in the House featur-jton. Broylos, Carpenher. Cherry, , UT . lk a ,, attendancc records at ed deliberations of the Illinois General Assembly this week as lawmakers neared adjournment sine die of their six months-long biennial session. One was when Rep. Paul Elward (D-Chicago) shouted "coward" and "dictator" at House Speaker John W. Lewis Collins, DeTolve, Downing, Faw- oll, Finley, Gilbert, John Graham, Grindlc Hart, Kocarek, Larson. Larson, Laughlin, Ozinga, Peterson and Welch. Present— McGloon. Lost 12 to 24. Would Limit Kelii'f A hill to limit public relief to New Salem State Park. There's plenty to do and see. (R-Marshall) when Lewis failed | O ul-of-staters to an amount not St. Joseph's MEDICAL VIrs. Florence Kraut, Carrollton. Mrs. Irene McGee, 512 Sering. SURGICAL David A. Chism, South Roxana. William Corbin, Hartford. Mrs. Evelyn Vance, 554 First St., Wood River. John Meurer, Lockport. DISMISSALS Mrs. Edith Cheney, Jerseyville Mrs. Patricia A. Cleary, 2664 N. Rodgers. Mrs. Jeannie DeVasher, E. Alton. Florence Dick, 800 E. Sixth. Gertrude Dodd, Alhambra. Mrs. Barbara Garvey, 606 Trube. Susan M, Greer, 905 McPherson. Mrs. Cecilia Groshans, Godfrey. Andrew Henson, 1021 Brown. Margie E. Hunt, Wood River. Mrs. Sharon Jeannette, 323 Bluff Commodore Johnson, 1717 Oakwood. Mrs. Carolyn Lefler, Brighton. James C. Long Jr., Godfrey. B. C. Mixon, 1309 Pearl. Clyde Oldham, 1419 Dorothy. Mark Sherman, Edwardsville. Joe W. Spires, Plainview. Mrs. Myrtice Stearns, S. Roxana. Jacqueline Webb, 1225 Clawson Mrs. Grace Wonnacott, Franklin Brenda Woody, Jerseyville. Lloyd Wyman, Brighton. Mrs. Blanche Zimmer, 3885 Coro nado. Valerie Wittman, 1009 Burling. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Mrs. Ella Krankel, Cottage Hills James Long, Godfrey. Diane Caldwell, 97 Sullivan. Mrs. Agnes Holnback, 767 Purvis Wood River. Orlando Blackburn, 314 W. 4th Mrs. Mary Adams, 3104 Paul. DISMISSALS Herbert Harshbarger, Wood Rivei Frank Schneider, Jerseyville. Mrs. Fannie Blakemore, 191S Worden. John McGee, 1602 Clawson. Mrs. Kittie Croxford, Dow. Mrs. Virginia Jones, East Alton Mrs. Anna Cousins, Godfrey. to recognize Elward's effort toj save the Chicagoan's bill which would abolish state ear-marking unds. Representative Elward had sought to rescue his proposal as he House moved to kill all bills of House origin still in House committee, a customary maneuver made to clear calendars near he end of a session. Lesvis failed o hear or see Elward as the alter shouted and waved for al- ention, then walked off the rostrum. Income Tax Killed Alton Memorial MEDICAL Mrs. Elizabeth Van Home, Wooc River. John McCaul, New York. Mrs. Pauline Westerhold, 301f Edwards. Russell McLean, Bunker Hill. Gus Clapper, Roxana. Mrs. Mildred Wild, 632 Langdon George Dippel, Wood River. SUWiK'AL Mrs. Nell Beall, 2203 Virginia. Joseph Primrose, Edwardsville. Mary Scalise, Wood River. Melody Lewis, Wood River. Richard Schroeder, Godfrey. Paul Andrews, St. Ann, Mo. DISMISSALS Mrs. Rose Wade, Jerseyville. Mrs. Timmie Wilson, 1729 Main. Charles Glossup, Jerseyville. Ei-nest Holman, 2616 Powhatan. Stephen Goodrich, Granite City. George Wyatt, East Alton. Mrs. Kmi'stiiio Becker, 2912 Gilbert Lane. Mrs. Wanda Pollard, East Alton, j eluded: The House slapped down a proposed state income tax this week. [I would have reuduced the state sales and property taxes as part of the package. Sponsors said it would have produced substantia revenue. It called lor a flat two percent tax on income taxable un der the federal income tax. Vot ing on the measure included: NO — R.E. Anderson, Austin, Baltx, Barry, Blades, Burgoon, Callan, Capuzi, Clarke, Course, Downey, Erlenborn, Euzzino, Hale, Heiple, Hittmeier, Ihnen, Janczak, Laufer, Leon, McCormich, McDevitt, McGowan, Mo Partlin, C. 0., K. W. and P. J. Miller, Moore, Morgan, Neff, Railsback, Redmond, Rink, Rowe, Saal, Schoeberlein, Shaw, Ralph T. Smith, Teefey, Touhy, Jack Walker and Wood. YES — Brydia, Carter, Choate, Harris, Hill, Holloway, Kennedy, Parlee, Powell, Ratcliffe, R. V. Walsh and Willrnond. Nol voting- Speaker Lewis, Branson, Costello, Davidson, Glonn, Hollen, Leh man, Loughran, McConnell, Romano, Schaefer, Soderstrom, Traynor, Wikroski and Willett. T h t proposal was beaten by a vote of 117 to 33 and was declarec lost. Other Action Other assembly action on con Iroversial measures this week in eluded House passage of a bil to boost legislator's annual pay and Senate approval of a bill to limit relief for out-of-staters. Ad verse actions included Senale de feat of a proposal to require muc guards on trucks on rainy days and lo require names of candi dates for U.S. senator to be placer ahead of state candidates on eli?c lion ballots. The House passed the bill b.\ Rep. Leland Kennedy (D-Alton) lo provide increased salaries of As semblymen from $u',000 lo $7,500 Another pending measure woult, boost it to $9,000 but it is tied ii with a proposed constitutiona amendment lo hold annual sessions of the General Assembly. The vote on Kennedy's bill in-j eluded: YES — R. E. Anderson, Bait/, Barry, Blades, Brydia, Burgoon, Clarke, Costello, Davidson, Downey, Erlenborn, Granata, Hale, Harris, Hittmeier, Holloway, ih- IN LOVING MEMORY to exceed $2,000 was passed by the Senate, 33 to 6 and sent to the House. Voting included: YES — Broyles, Carpenlier, Downing, Drach, Eberspacher. Fawell, Friedrich, John Graham, Green, Grindle, KBIT, Kusibab, Larson, Lyons, Neistein, and Velch. NO — Dixon, Gilbert and ,ittle. The ballot bill which would have placed a candidate for U.S. sena- or ahead of those seeking state office lost in the senate, 23 to line. Voting included: YES — Bidwill, Carpenlier, Coulson, and Lille. NO — Broyles. Collins, Dixon, Eberspacher, Kusibab, Lyons, Mc- Gloon, Neistein, Peterson, Simon and Welch. Action on other controversial legislation included: Branch banking (the House defeated — 113 to 40, an atlempt to revive the bill, which lost in committee): To revive it — R. E. Anderson, Bail-stow, Callan, Choate, Clarke, Course, Hittmeier, Holten, Kennedy, Powell, Rink, Rowe, Saal, Scariano, Touhy, Traynor and R. V. Walsh. Against reviving — Baltz, Barry Blades, Brydia. Costello, Davidson, Erlenborn, Granata, Harris, Heiple, Hill, Holloway, Ihnen, Janczak, Laufer, Lehman, Loughran, McConnell, McCormick, McGowan, K. W. Miller, Moore Morgan, Morris, Neff, Railsback, Ralcliffe, Redmond, Schaefer, Schoeberlein, Ralph Smith, Teefey, Jack Walker, Willett, W i 11- mond and Wood. To Change Assessment Base To establish 55 per cent of the fair cash value of all property as the assessed valuation for taxing purposes. Lost by two votes, 87 to 73. YES — R. E. Anderson, Austin, Ballz, Barry, Blades, Brydia, Burgoon, Davidson, Erlenborn, Harris, Heiple, Hill, Hittmeior, Holloway, Holten, Ihnen. Ken- DAVID E EASTER — In lovlns memory of David E. Easter on Father's Day who was called a- wav Dec. '12. 1962. We know not why you were called away. There were so many thin&s we "wanted to say. But God took your hand there where you lay, He said, "Come 1 will show you the way." . Because God knew you were tired and wanted to rest. So he took you to be one of his chosen guests. Sadly missed by Sherry, Tom and children (i MONUMENTS — CEM. LOTS 6—17 —— • 4-GRAVE LOTS—In Valhalla Memorial. Route 100. Reasonable. 466-1817. 6/21/63 PERSONALS ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1612. 7 — 6-24 — — ALL TYPES of confidential Invest!Rations. Downstate Investigation Service Licensed and bonded. D. A. Landers, AT 8-3155. Rt. 4, Edwardsville. LICENSED DETECTIVE — Lesal photography. W. E. Burt. 2006 Washington Aye.. Alton, 4K5-7350. 7 — TF — TU — TH — SAT RENT Cameras, prelectors, accessories. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE Alton's Photo Center, HO 5-2585 230 East Broadway, Alton 7 — 6-19 TRY DIADAX TABLETS — (formerly Dex-A-Diet). New name, same formula, only 08c. Honke Pharmacy. SOCIETIES and LODGES . 15 BETHALTO LODGE NO 406 A.F. & A.M. — Special meeting Sat.. June 15. 8 p.m. Open Installation of officers. Visitors welcome. Warren W. Cress, W.M. 9 — 17 JERSEYVILLE LODGE NO. 394. Af-'&AM—Special meeting Monday, June 17. 1963, 7:30 p.m. Work In M.M. degree. Wood River degree team to confer the M.M. Degree. Visiting brethren welcome. !) — 15 LAWRENCE G. CRONE, W.M. nedy, Laufer, McConnell, McCor-io — 15 inick, McGowan, K. W. Miller,! Morris, Neff, Powell, Railsback, j Ratcliffe, Rink, Rowe, Saal.j Schaefer, Schoeberlein, Ralph T. | Smith, R. V. Walsh, Willett, VVoon j WALTON CHAPTER. 1918 O.E.S.— Suited nu'eiiiiK, Monday, June 17, 7:-lf> p.m. Honor fathers and past officers. and Speaker Lewis. NO — Callan, Carter, Clarke, Costello. Course, DeMichaels, Di- Prima, Downey, Ktix/.ino, Lehman, Leon, McPurUin, P. J. Miller, Moore, Morgan, Partee, .Redmond, Romano. Scariano. Touhy, .Jack Walker and Wiktorski. (II was the second attempt to pass the bill, consideration having been postponed on the first one when I'lVat was apparent). Use of state-owned cars by slate employes for personal purposes would be classed a crime (punishable by a $100 fine) under a bill which fell short of passage in the House by five votes. Stale elected officials would have been nen, Kennedy, Latitcr, Lehman, i .. ,, ,, .. ,, -I -i ,^ I exempt from lie bill. McConnell, McCormick, McGow- ' , ' ,, . , ,, ,. ., ... i ., , .,,.., ^ I'.S — E. Andcrsi an. C. O., K. W. and P. J. Miller,; . .. ' ,. M ,, iBairslow, Branson. Ball/. Brvdiu, Moore. Morgan, Morns, Noll' r ,.. „ , • ., YES — E. Anderson, Austin, Railsback, Rowe, S c a r i a no , Schaefer, Schoeberlein, Ralph TV son ' Burt;oon, Clarke, Dale, David- Dawson, Krlcnborn, Kitxyer- Smith, Teefey, Willett'and Wood>' n - 1 ' t>i ' )l °' 1 .""'• Hiltm.'U'r. Ih- NO Bail-slow, fallen, Di- Prima, Elward, Heiple, Hill, Hunsicker, Leon, Loughran, McPartlin, Pollack, Powell, Rosander and nen, Jaticxak. Laufer, Lehman, McConnell, McCormick, McDevitl, McGowan, K. W. Miller, Moore, Morgan, Morris, Neff, Railsback, li*l, *. WltttLIk) *• "HV »*) * fcV.U»».»v*»- ». »•••-.» .Ill)' ,„ , , m , in.1 . .,n „ i Rowe, Schritiiio, Schoebcr em, Touhy. The vote was 104 to ,!0 and! ' , ' ,'.,, , , 0 ,„ t i, „• Ralph T. Smith, \\illctt and .spcuk- measure now goes to t h e i ' the Senate. er Lewis. The'bill ,o require mudguards!, "^ a "™*' *^'VJ^' on trucks on rainy days was Callan, Carter, Clioale. Holloway, . • '.i 0 , ' j / i i llollen Johns, Loukas, Clyde Lee, beaten in the .Senate and declared: ', ,, .',„. ,,..-,, ,,..,.' lost. Its sponsor was Sen. George h (K-Springlield). Voiing in- Cluiries Katelinek, 900 Badley. Mrs. Exie Bowman, East Alton. Mrs. Joann Wolff, East Alton. Russell Rowe, South Roxana. Marion Garrigus, Wood River. John Gayan, 2520 Delia. YKS: Cronin, Davis, IKach, l-'rci Loukas, McPartlin. Powell. Rink. Touhy and R. V. Walsh. Present but not voliiiH — Graham. Harris ! Kennedy. Lcun. Murphy, ParUv Mrs. Thelma Little, Godfrey. James Martin, Bethalto. Ted Long, East Alton. — - | Pollack, Redmond, and Jack Walker. The bill lost, S'l to •.'•_' with 11 present but not voting, and Speaker declared it lost. Mrs. Kaye Longman, East Alton.!Be alert today, alive tomorrow. WOOD R1VF.R LODGI-: NO. 1062 A.P. & A.M. — Will confer third degree at Jerseyville, Monday, June 17. leave Temple at 6:liO p.m. Howell K. Burnett, W.M. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 —• 17 FOUND—Small male long-haired tan dog, wearing collar. CL 9-3106. LOST -— Pekingese tioa, sable with blond tail, answers to the name of China. Vicinity Godfrey-Brighton. Road. Needs special medicine, child's pet. 466-1444. 10 _ if, LOST — Blue parakeet 10 years old. name "Buichle". Vicinity Henderson St., North Alton. Reward. .I65-160:!. 10 — 18 • '2 l-'KMAl.E BEAGLES—On tags Susie and Penny, lllue Ridge I.ako area. Cull CL 9-6881. 11 NOTICES n _ 17 . ALL LICENSED HAIRDRESSERS: Wet-moldiiiK. style coiffure creation, roller placement, permanent wave styling and hair accessories. shown Rusty's Restaurant. Edwardsville. June 18, 7 p.m. Admission charged at door. _ | |. _WEU & SAT SET YOUR CAMERA NOW AND PAY LATER AT FOSTER'S DRUG STORE, 230 E. Broadway, Alton 11 _ 17 . . NOTKT1—l".-um ir.ls day forward t will no Kinder be responsible for any debts contracted by anyonu other than myself. Mr. Charles W. Doen. 64:!^ K. Broadway, Alton. Illinois H_17 NOI ICE—l-'rom this day forward I will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted by anyonu other than myself. Kenneth R. AI- bdtilu. -108 liiduiiui, So. Uoxaiui. 6-1 !•(>.'!. 11 — 621 WIRELESS INTERCOMS and Walkle Talkies for sale. Eor business or pleasure. Sales and Service. Phona HO 5-2421. HUM I MA HA — l.i RIDE WANTED — 1'roni Alton lo 282!) Loeuat, St. Louis. C'Jlt — — 4C5-63-H.

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