Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1963 · Page 34
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 34

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 20, 1963
Page 34
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Section 4 Pages 35*44 Established January 15,1836. E Carlinville Club to Hear Rockefeller Farm Boss CAfcLmViLLE - G. W. AdWs- soil Jr., general manager of the Rockefeller farm operation In Arkansas, witt address at the Car- Unville Lions Club June 25, In St. Mary's Hall, George Isenhower, program chairman, has announced. AdWsson is general manager of Winrock Farms, located near Morrllton, Ark. The farming operation, some 35,000 acres, Is owned by Wlnthrop Rockefeller. Adkisson Is a Texas A. & M. graduate and has been with the farms since Its beginning In 1953. Active in the Production Credit Assn., he served as president of the Central Arkansas PCA board and is an authority on livestock production credit requirements. Winrock farms is now one of the oustanding cattle breeding operations in the U.S. and is internationally known for further development of the Santa Gertrudis breed. Headquarters for the two- state operation is on Petit Jean Mountain in central Arkansas. The farm also produces 18,000 acres of rice and soybeans. The remaining acreage is for the Santa Gertrudis and Hereford cattle operations. In April the famed 10,000 acre Turner Hereford Ranch in Oklahoma was acquired by Winrock. It was owned by former Govern- Greenfield Post Elects New Officers GREENFIELD - Roland Schild was elected commander of Fitzsimmons Post of the American Legion at a meeting Tuesday night at the Legion Home. Others elected were: Hal Plogger, first vice commander; William Hamel, second vice commander; Carl Nell, finance officer; Gary Melvin, sergeant-at- arms; Charles Burroughs, chaplain; Richard Cole, child welfare chairman; Francis Griffin, Americanism; W. J. Chambers, historian; and Frank Reed, grave registration. Name Judges For Unit 10 Election or Roy J. Turner, of Oklahoma and was instrumental in improvement of Hereford strains in the U.S. Youth Granted Probation in Macoupin Court CARLINVILLE _ Probation was granted Felix Langley, 15, of Sawyerville, Wednesday when he appeared in Macoupin County Court for hearing. Langley had previously entered a plea of guilty to a charge of theft from the Case Implement Co. in Gillesple. Judge Francis J. Bergen, presiding, granted probation for one year with the provision that Langley pay his share of restitution. James Dunavan, of the Illinois Youth Commission was ap- special probation offic- Pleads Guilty To Hog Theft In Macoupin CARLINVILLE - William C. Hankins, 24, of Reader, who was arrested by Macoupin County authorities Tuesday, appeared in County Court Wednesday on a charge of theft, entered a plea of guilty and asked for probation. A complaint by Frank C. Blair Jr., alleges that Hankins stole three head of hogs. Hankins waived trial by jury. Judge Francis J. Bergen, who presided, set the motion for probation hearing for 10 a.m. on June 26. Sheriff Russell Sexton was named as investigating officer. Bond was fixed at $2,000. Hankins was remanded to the County Jail when he did not post the bond. GREENFIELD - Judges have been appointed to serve at the school election Saturday. They are: Precinct 1; Green field Fire Station, Mrs. Russel Morrow, Mrs. James McKenzie and Mrs. Robert Garner. Precinct 2, Rockbridge Town Hall, Mrs. John Ewing, Mrs. Ei leen Naugle, and Mrs. Barbara Young. Precinct 3, Wrights Community Hall, Mrs. Betty Thaxton, Mrs Ben Goode and Mrs. Vivian Wright. Precinct 4, Athensvllle Town Hall, Mrs. Ruth Jouett, Mrs. Irene Maupln, and Mrs. Robert Pern- brook. Two proposals will be submitted to the voters of the district, one for a bond issue of $398,000 for building purposes and the other for an increase of 1.25 to 1.40 in the tax rate for educational purposes. Polls will be open from noon until 7 p.m. Miners Find Shrine DJAKARTA - Japanese miners hunting nickel ore in Indonesia report finding a lost temple. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, JUNE 20,1963 .EGRAPH •••^—•*——— Comix Sport Classified Ag Teacher Resigns at Carlinville CARLTNVILLE — Donald P Higgs, vocational agriculture In structor In the Carlinville Com munity High School, has resigned his post to accept a position on the staff at Streator High School, Dr R. E. Leasman, superintendent ol schools announced. Higgs, who came to Carlinville n 1958 from Woodlawn, earned bachelor's and master's degrees 'rom the University of Illinois. In addition to work in the Agri culture Department, Higgs has served as president of the Carlin- 'ille Teachers' Assn., junior "lass adviser and has been a member of the Carllnville Rotary Club. License Granted CARLINVILLE — A marriage icense was issued Wednesday jy the office of Macoupin Coun- y Clerk Edward Young, to llaude J. Warren, 19, Carlin- ille, and Carolyn S. Bell, 17, f Greenfield. Carlinville Grade School Library to Be Open Once a Week PART TMtm t •& rm-_ s, ,. _ CARLINVILLE - The Carlinville South Elementary School Library will be open one day a week this summer for students of t h e school district. The summer program, sponsored by the Board of Education and the Carlinville PTA, will operate each Friday, through Aug. 23. Hours are 9 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The library is located in the Southwest corner of the school playground. Kindergarten children may come if accompanied by a parent or older brother or sister. Parents only responsibility is for lost or damaged books. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily LONDON — Prince William, seventh in line to succeed to the throne of England has failed his civil service examination. QUITTING BUSIN HERE'S THE REASON TO FORGET THE SEASON... .it? OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. pointed er. Collie Club's First Session Saturday The first meeting of the Thoroughbred Collie Club is scheduled Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Ewell Atterberry home on Godfrey Rd., two blocks south of the Monticello Plaza. All collie owners and their families, including children, in the Alton area are invited. Officers will be elected. Opera Star to Stage NEW YORK tf) - George London is the latest Metropolitan Opera star to move into Broadway entertainment. The noted baritone will sing in "Solomon and She," a show about King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba. The score is being done by Phil Springer and Joan Javits, the book by Iral Mossinsohn. London has been given time off from, his operatic activities to tackle the assignment next spring. Cesar Siepi, Ezio Pinza and Helen Traubel previously made the transition from opera to musical comedy. 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