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SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN Chief Doorkeeper Wilson *. . Is 'Boss 9 of Illinois House Calvary Bible School Ends With Program Sunday Night By DON E. CHAMBERLAIN Telegraph Correspondent SPRINGFIELD (Special) A 225 pound tenant farmer 'bosses" Ihe Illinois General Assembly House of Representatives, which at full strength numbers 177 but has been cut by deaths to 174. He is House Chief Doorkeeper George W. Wilson, 61-year-old bachelor, who with his brother Clarence, operate a 640-acre grain and livestock fram near Baylis in Pike County. Wilson scoffs at being called a "boss", saying House Speaker John W. Lewis (R-Marshall) "tells me what to do and I do what he tells me. Only the Senate has a sergeant-at-arms." Wilson, a former state representative, has been chief doorkeeper twice under Republican speakers, and assistant chief twice, when a Demorcal was in charge of the House rostrum. Wilson was a state representative twice, elected from a district comprising Adams, Calhoun, Pike and Scott counties in 1952 and 1954. When he lost in 1956 he was named chief doorkeeper by Speaker Warren Wood (R-Plainfield) and serves now, under Speaker Lewis. He was assistant chief in 1957 and 1959 when Rep. Paul Powell, Vienna Democrat was speaker. Specialty While a House member, Wilson specialized in bills relating to agriculture, schools and highways, and also was cosponsor of the present law requiring a youth to show an identification card in taverns to prove he is not a minor. But his biggest achievement was getting the state to build two new roads in his district. One was an 18-mile stretch from Mt. Sterling in Brown county, to Griggsville, in Pike county, the first north-south road for the area, and the Fall Creek Cut-off which shortened travel between Hannibal, Mo., and Quincy by 25 miles. Before the Fall Creek Cutoff was built, Quincy and Pike county residents had to cross the Mississippi River at Quincy and journey through Missouri to Hannibal. Wilson Hospital Notes Alton Memorial MEDICAL Mrs. Uva Rhodes, East Alton. William Bartlett, Brighton. Mrs. Vernice Byrnes, 3717 Western. SURGICAL as chief doorkeeper gets $17.50 a day, the last month of the six months session being higher than the starting pay of $15 because of the long hours in the legislative logjams at the session's end. He has his seat, just, like a representative, in the middle aisle near the House entrance door. Cliff Beatty, a Springfield policeman, a Democrat, is assistant chief doorkeeper. One of Wilson's functions is to present and announce the arrival of invited dignitaries such as the Governor and his Lady and senators from the "Upper House" — and on occasions when there is a joint session for swearing in ceremonies or to listen to a governor's message Hard Time As doorkeeper, Wilson has to keep close watch when the House is in session to see that only members are on the floor. Sometimes taxpayers give him a hard time. Toughest part of his job, he said, are night sessions when large crowds are harder to handle than in day lime and when many members are restless after a daylong session. But, says Wilson, he likes his job, enjoys the companionship of former colleagues, and getting acquainted with new mem bcrs. He says he works as hard in the House as he does on the farm. His day starts at 5:30 a.m in both places and sometimes goes to close to midnight in the House especially in the closing days of a session. Wilson puts in weekends working on the farm, recalling that only recently he worked a full Saturday loading hay. His hobby, he said is horses, and he likes to ride horseback, keeping two horses for that purpose. Annual livestock turnover on the Wilson farm, he said, runs to between 600 and 700 hogs and about 50 herefords. Dorsey Homemakers Meet at Kiioche Home DORSEY — Mrs. Henry Knoche was hostess Thursday afternoon to members of the Dorsey Home makers. Seven members and two guests were present. The major lesson was presentee by Mrs. Chris Kruckeberg am and Mrs. Kenneth Kruckeberg, During the business sessioi Mrs. Lewis Hunt was elected second vice chairman; Mrs. Henry Knoche, treasurer, and Mrs Chris Kruckeberg, assistan treasurer. Dorsey Notes DORSEY — Debbie and Dannie Phelps of West Alton, Mo., arc spending this week with Paul'- Faith and Bobby Pevtels. Clifford Dietzel, rural mail cai rier, is still hospitalized sufferin from injuries received in an aut crash on June 12. Mrs. Dewey Burgoyne of Alton: A. 1. C. James Thompson o Travis Air Base, Calif., and Pv Thomas Thompson of Ft. Monroe Catherine Cannon, Godfrey. Richard Schudel, Godfrey. Karri Dickerson, Roxana. David Hodge, 1112 Broadway. Pamela Fricker, Medora. DISMISSALS Mrs. Vivian Heinemann, 2603 Benbow. Mrs. Nora Dewitt, East Alton. Mrs. Juanita Clayton, Bethalto. Curtis Hancock, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Grace Vanata, 1216 Rock Spring Dr. Lloyd Rogers, Grafton. Mrs. Florence Watson, Brighton. Mrs. Ellajean Angel, 1727 Feldwisch. Mrs. Barbara Binning, 603 Milton. John Riddick, 518 E. Sixth. Lavona Toppmeyer, Hardin. Kenneth Hilmes, Hartford. Lois Pearson, 2106 Fernwood. Paul Ritchey, East Alton. Truman Parrish, 3621 Aberdeen. Jack Cherry, Wood River. Eric Scoggins, Godfrey. George Looper, 1126 Vernie. Ben Roberts, 413 Brookside. Cynthia Hammock, 608 Main. Kenny Howerton, Edwardsville. William Bennett, 3496 Seminary. Mrs. Stella Jackson, 625 Williams St. Anthony's MEDICAL Pamela Watson, 1310 Russell. Craig Davis, South Roxana. Mrs. Maud Wooff, 1207 Marshall. /Irs. Margaret Ballard, 2115 College. /Irs. Judith Plummer, 606 Fifth, East Alton. DISMISSALS Ars. Pauline Bivens, Bethalto. Ars. Mary Adams, 1818 Belle. firs. Lela Green, 2300 Moore. iarold Frazier, East Alton. Ars. Bertha Thomas, 205 Ninth. Ars. Millie Perkins, 1121 Putnam Ars. Lucille Flamm, Grafton. leorge Yates, Edwardsville. Vliss Pamela Crawford, Roxana. Delmar Hug, Edwardsville. Mrs. Loretta Kuebrich, Medora. St. Joseph's MEDICAL Brutis Summers, Hartford. VIrs. Grace O'Connell, Gillespie leorge Stinson, East Alton, 'reeman Tucker, 1426 Fourth. Charles Summers, 1003 Easton. Claude Johnson, East Alton. Roy Seago, 1422 Fourth. SURGICAL VIrs. Helen Williams, Cottage Hills. VIrs. Shirley Durham, Cottage Hills. Robert Brown, 1037 Wallace. VIrs. Linda Couch, Cottage Hills VIrs. Mildred May, Edwardsville Marlon Bausliy, 917 Rock. DISMISSALS <enneth Abel, 1222 State. Terry Davis, 2518 Rodgers. ,loyd Grace, 808 E. Fourth. Mrs. Elizabeth E. Henke, Ed wardsville. anice Herrmann, Edwardsville Mrs. Clara Bruening, Bunker Hil VIrs. Ethel Pierce, Wood River VIrs. Eleanor Schwarz, Jersey ville. Mrs. Johanna Uber, Livingston Jersey Community MEDICAL -larold Medford, San Bernardino Calif. Mrs. Edward Duggan, Jerseyville Mrs. Seaman Schaefer, Piasa. Charles Zimmerman, Golden Eagle. Mrs. Gertrude Hall, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mary Kraut, Lydia Lane, anc Lois Lahne, all of Hardin. Wood River Township MEDICAL Larry A. Wiegand, 41 Penning lolden Eaker, Bethalto. Mrs. Dora Hendricks, 464 Third SURGICAL Charles Leady, 644 E. 4th, Alton Mrs. Helen Carr, Rte. 1, Alton lary Cooperider, 71 Carstens. DISMISSALS Mrs. Myrtle B. Crawford, 191 Washington, Alton. -aura Hawkins, 815 Madison. Scott Tawkins, 815 Madison. Herbert Blake Sr., 423 Anna. Mrs. Betty Yost, 40 Walcott. Mrs. Martha Wallace, Granit City. Mrs. Marie Duvall, Cottage Hill Mrs. Virginia Phelps, Roxana John H. Phipps, 349 Virden. Jack E. Hert, East Alton. Ronald Mullins, 330 Edwardsville Church Will Pay for And Erect Its Signs Directional signs in the intere? of Alton's Cherry Street Baptis Church, which would he provide by its Men's Fellowship, woul be supplied and erected wholly expense of the church organiza tion and at no cost to the city, th Telegraph was told today. Request of the Men's Fellov ship, through its action chairmai Phillip A. McEwen, was referrc by City Council to its traffic con mittee. Va., visited Friday with Mr. an Mrs. Harry Steelmnn. Adult Corkball League Planned at East Alton EAST ALTON — Adults will • offered the opportunity to Din in the activities of the sum- ner program of the village Re- realion Department, with the "ganization of an "open age" ork ball league. Men of 18 years of age and der, who are interested in articipating, may obtain fur- ler details by contacting Jerry lapsaddle, receration director, the Community Recreation enter. League play will start Wed- esday at 6 p.m. and continue ach Wednesday throughout the eason, Clapsaddle stated. During a meeting of the re- reation board Friday, it was oted to open the Community enter facilities for the enter- ainment of junior high and high chool students each Friday Roxana Park, •om 7 to 10 p.m. Rhythmland membership cards will be the nly requirement for admission, nd are available at the Center or those who have not enrolled. Playground Leaders The staff of playground lead- rs has been completed for the ummer program and includes: Irs. John Stevenson in charge f crafts and creative dramatic nstruction; Paul Palermo and lene Rhodes at the Community ienter; Lee Ellen Greene in harge of the wading pool; Noris Dorsey and Roger Smith at he playgrounds. Craft classes are instructed t each playground at 10 a.m. aily with youngsters engaging n the project of their choice uch as: model cars and planes, ustro - lace weaving, leather dentification tags, and plaster f paris molding. Additional projects at the Center include: a second craft lass at 2 p.m.; creative drama- ics and a story hour at 11 nd 3 p.m. A total of 410 boys and girls egistered at the two play- rounds during the past week. 3f the total 125 were enrolled t the City Playground and 285 t the Center. Morning Leagues Morning cork ball leagues are eing organized for boys in the .ge groups of 11-13, and 14-17. S T orris Dorsey at the City playground is in charge of registra- ion. The coming week will feature wo tournaments and a Hobo Day. All youngsters from eight hrough 15 years of age may ompete on a Tether Ball Tour- lament, Tuesday; and a "Nok- Hockey" tournament Thursday. Competition will be divided in age categories. Hobo Day is icheduled for Friday starting at 0 a.m. with a contest for the best, costumes. Clapsaddle has announced the ichedule for games in the Baseball Leagues as follows: Monlay, Nationals-Rebels, Hawks- Cardinals, Yankees-Giants, 6 p.m.; Misfits-Dodgers, 8 p.m. ^uesday: Nationals - Bullets, D irates-Benders, Misfits-Lions, p.m.; Rebels-Hornets, 8 p.m. Thursday: Nationals - Cubs; D irates-Eagles; Yankees - Doders, 6 p.m.; Cardinals-Benders, p.m. List Roxana Sei •vices ROXANA — The Rev. Roy Jibbs, pastor of First Baptist Church, will use the subject, "Jet- hah, Man of Valor" at the 9:45 a.m. unified service Sunday anc 'Dooes Baptism Save?" at the 7:30 p.m. service which will be fol lowed by a baptismal service. The Senior Youth group will meet at 6:30 p.m. The mid-week prayei service will be at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and there will be a shower at the church at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in honor of Mrs. Roy 5ibbs and infant daughter. Saturday the Mid-adult class will have a picnic at 5:30 p.m. at the The Vacation Bible school wil begin Monday and continue through Friday from 9:30 to 11 a.m. daily under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Zimmerman, missionaries to Africa. The Rev. William Rice, pastoi of First Presbyterian Chuurch wil use the subject "Love That Lifts' at the 10:40 a.m. worship anc Sunday school convenes at 9:3C a.m. Mrs. Wallace Locke, assist ant organist, will play for the morning worship. The trustee will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday and Elder Ralph Reichert anc the Rev. Rice will attend the Presbytery meeting Monday at t h e First Presbyterian Church in Col linsville. The Rev. Allen Dace, pastor o the Church of the Nazarene wil speak at 10:35 a.m. with emphas is on marriage v o w s. He wil speak on "Vital Worship" at thi 7 p.m. service. At 6 p.m. the training class on "Holiness a n c Practical Living" will meet. Nex week the Rev. and Mrs. Dae will attend the junior high cam with several youths from here a Nazarene Acres near Springfield Roxana Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs Rosewood Church Homecoming Sunday ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — The seventh annual homecoming of he First General Baptist Church vill be held as an all-day affaii Sunday in the church. Former jastors and members, who have moved from the area, are expected to return for the event, the Rev. William Largen, minister, reports. The observance will open with Bible school at 9:45 a.m. The Royal Sons Quartet will be in ['harge of the 11 a.m. worship tiour, and the song service at p.m. A basket dinner will be served at noon in the churcl social rooms. Charles Powell of 323 Doerr Ave have as their guests, Mrs. Powell' sister and brother-in-law, Mr. an Mrs. Wallace Powless of Covina Cailf. They left today to visit hi parents in Galesburg and her pai ents in West Virginia and expec to return here enroute home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Cicigo of Danville are guests of he parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bui nett of Doerr Avenue. Mr. an Mrs. Cicigoi are enroute home af ter a vacation spent in Yellow stone National Park, the Blac Hills and other points of interes in that area. South Roxana Rites Listed SOUTH ROXANA — The Rev Rickey George, pastor of Wand and South Roxana Methodis Churches, will speak at 9 a.m at Wanda and 11 a.m. at Sout Roxana. The Vacation Bible schoo closing program will be held i 7:30 at the South Roxana churc and all classes wil participate Mrs. Bernice Wiegand is directo The junior choir will meet at p.m. Monday at South Roxan to practice and the 7:30 p.m. mic week service Wednesday will b at the South Roxana church. The Rev. Bob Jones, pasto of the Bethel Free-will Baptis church will conduct the 10:45 a.m and 7:30 p.m. services Sunday an the Bible closing program will b given at the 7:30 p.m. service The Masters' Men will meet a 7:30 p.m. Monday at the churcl The Go-Tell Auxiliary will me< at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at th same time as the mid-week praye service. Friday and Saturday wi be the Illinois State Associate of Free-will Baptist churche meeting in Benton. The Rev. R. M. Mapes, paste of First Southern Baptist Churc will use the subject "The Holy Spirit" at the 10:45 a.m. service and "Sermon on the Mount" at 7:30 p.m. 3 Retirees Honored by Shell Oil Three veteran employes of the hell Oil Co., Wood River re- nory were honored recently by ofinery management upon their otircment from service with the ompany. They were O. G. Forcade, 511 ast 10th Street; Arnold Hock, 502 Coronado Drive; and D. L. Corte, 1115 State Street, all of \llon. Foroade served Shell more than 40 years. He i joined the company as a draftsman in 1922, and also served in that capacity in Shell's St. Louis [office. From 1944 until his retirement, he held positions in the Forcado refinery's engine- ring field, engineering office and engineering technical serv- ces departments. Hock joined the company as a laborer in 1926. He transferred to the dispatching department in 1927, and held R Denotes HliPEAI PROGRAM KIVI (AIM3) «, KMOX (CHS) 1, KSD (NBC) A, KLI'R 11 Saturday Evening TV Digest The annual Vacation Biblp School commencement of Calvary Southern Baptist Church, 1422 Washington Avc., will begin at fi:30 p.m. Sunday with a film. The film is entitled "A Boy and His Bible." Following the film the school pupils will parade to the Masonic Temple where a com- moncoment services will begin at 7:30 p.m. Total enrollment in the school was 405 which the pastor, the Rev. Howard Todd Taylor, said to the best of his knowledge was the largest Bible schoo! enrollment among Southern Baptists in Illinois. A total mission offering of $102 was contributed by the pupils. This will be sent to Jamaica for a newly-organized mission of Calvary church. Tivo Big Firms Lead Job Push For Reliefers Shell Oil Co. and the Yellow Cab Co. are taking the lead in Chicago in finding jobs for retrained men on relief, the Chicago Urban League has announced. About 300 men, who had been averaging $252 monthly in public aid money, have been retrained. Recruiters purposely picked "hard core" reliefers, men jobless for 18 months or more. Many were packinghouse workers, of 11,000 laid off between 1959 and 1962. positions of increasing importance therte through the years. He became a shift foreman Hock in 1950, and held hat position at the time of his •etirement. Korte was employed by Shell in 1923, as a sample boy in the 6:00—4 The Big 4 5 Death Valley Days 11 Country Show 6:25-^1 KMOX-TV Edltorfn' 6:30—2 Gallant Men (R) 4 Jackie Gleawm 5 Sam Benedict (R) 7:30—2 Htxjtenanny 4 The Defenders (R) 5 Joey Bishop (R) 11 Riverboat 8:Oft—2 Lawrence Welk 5 Movie — "White Witch Doctor" (1953) Susan Hayward, Robert Mitchum 8:30-4 Have Gun — Will Travel (R) 11 Wrestling 9:00-2 Fight of the Week 4 Gunsmoke (R) 9:45—2 Make That Spare 10:00—2 Movie — "The Atomic Submarine" (1959) Dick Foran 4 5 News 11 All Star Bowling 10:05—5 Weather 10:10—4 Weather 5 Movie — "The Magnificent Matador" (1955) Maureen O'Hara, Anthony Quinn 10:15—4 Movie — "The Man From Laramie" (1958) James Stewart, Donald Crisp 11:00—11 Roller Derby 11:30—2 Movie — "Twnlvc 0'- Clock High" (1950) GrcRory Peck, Donn Jaggrr 12:00—11 Movie — "The Night The World Exploded" (1957) William Leslie, Kathryn Grant 12:10—5 Nrws 12:15—4 Movie — "In This Our Life" (19-12) Bette Davis, George Bront 5 Movin — "Woman In Distress" (1937) Deati Jagger, May Rohson 1:00—2 News & Sports 1:05—2 Mahalia Jackson 1:35_5 Weather 2:00—4 News & Religion R Denotes REPEAT PROGRAM Sunday., June 23 laboratory. became a He shift foreman in the laboratory in 1927, and held that position until 1947, when he was named chief inspector. He held Korte the latter position at the time of his retirement. Roxana Cubs Plan Supper ROXANA — Cub Scouts of Pack 44 will have a potluck supper Monday at 6 p.m. in Belk Park. A kite-flying contest will be held. Missionary Union Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church had an all day work and program meeting Thursday at the church with a potluck dinner at noon. Mrs. Albert Bean read the devotionals and letters from missionaries were read by Mrs. Gale Harmon and Mrs. Newton Tucker. Mrs. Roy Johnson of Pamona, a former member, was a guest. Mrs. Burnett Showered ROXANA Mrs. Revonda Barnett was guest of honor at a shower Thursday evening at the First Baptist Church and 30 guests attended. The gift table was decorated with a small cradle and the refreshment table had two floral centerpieces. Mrs. Connie Steffen conducted the playing of games and prices were won by Mrs. Roy jibbs, Mrs. Donna Erickson and Miss Mary Beth Haas. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Gale Harmon, Mrs. Albert Bean, Mrs. Connie Steffen and Mrs. Karl Grober. Cottage Hills Bible School Program Set COTTAGE HILLS — The closing program of Cottage Hills Baptist Church is set for 7:30 p.m. Sunday, the pastor, the Rev. Robert Searles, has announced. The school had an enrollment of 82. Sunday school is set for 9:30 a.m. and at the 10:10 a.m. church service the Rev. Searles' sermon topic will be "Living hut Dead." The Shell group was instructed in methods of selling motorists on ovedue oil changes and grease job and tire rotation while their wives were instructed in budgeting, market-going techniques and how to avoid time-payment pitfalls. It was estimated that gas station training cost under $10 a man, taxi training under $20 a man. It was said that the 300 men trained saved $900,000 annually in aid payments. The oil company believes it can employ from 1,000 to 2,400 men. The gas station attendants will take home $65 for a 40-hour week to start and can eran up to $100 weekly in incentive programs. Jobs Created in Electronic Data, Says SWs Robb CARBONDALE, 111.—The growing use of data processing and electronic computers in modern business and industry is ope a whole new field of job opportunities says James A. Robb, of Southern Illinois University. To meet these needs of business and industry, a two-year curriculum in data processing and computers programming has been added to the business department of Southern's Vocational Technical Institute. Robb, a former high school teacher and administrator who has spent the last eight years in data processing work, joined the VTI faculty last December to initiate the course of study. He was on the education staff of IBM for nearly six years and was senior systems analyst at the McDonnell Automation Center in St. Louis for two years before coming to SIU. 7:00—4 Religion & News 7:15—4 Big Picture 7:45—4 Christophers 8:00—4 Camera Three 5 Film 8:20—2 Mahalia Jackson 8:25—2 News Break 8:30—2 Religious Reporter 4 Faith of Our Fathers b Hour c' St. Francis 8:45—2 Faith for Today 11 Newsreels 9:00—4 Lamp Unto My Feet 5 Metropolitan Church U Gospel Time 9:15—2 Message of Rabbi 9:30—2 Fisher Family 4 Look Up & Live 5 This is the Lite 11 Revival Hour 10:00—2 Herald of Truth 4 Montage 5 Frontiers of Faith 11 Big Picture 10:30—2 The Answer 4 Way of Life 5 Industry on Parade 11 Frontiers of Science 10:45—5 Americans at Work 11:00—2 Catholic Mass 4 Insight 5 Film 11 News in Review 11:30—2 Scared Heart 4 Washington Report Minor Collision At Wood River WOOD RIVER — A minor auto accident involving cars driven by Garly Lane, 106 Ohio Ave., East Alton, and Sylvia Barnes, 109 Victory Drive, East Alton, was reported to police at 7 p.m. Friday. The police report showed both were driving north on Wood River Avenue. When Lane stopped at an intersection, the Barnes car was unable to stop in time and collided. After County Bar Assn. First in Illinois for 'Merit Project' The Madison County Bar Assn. lias won first prize in a 1903 Project of Merit competition, spnn iored by the Illinois State Bar Assn., for its "Law Day U.S.A." program. Open to all bar associations in the state, the competition was entered by the local group in ihe class of bar associations with memberships of 50-to-150. The Madison County Bar Assn. has 142 member lawyers. Madison County's entry consisted of a 53-page outline of the Law Day activities held on May 1, prepared by Donald C. Rikli of Highland, Joseph T. Kelleher Jr. and John Crook of Edwardsville. The outline described how the Madison County Bar Assn. reach <?d 10,700 area students with speeches and mock trials presented by attorney members, how it conducted its annual courthouse ceremony, courthouse tour and Law Day luncheon. Thirty-three attorneys participated in the Law Day activities. The written entry of the local association also included exhibits of news articles about the Law Day activity carried in the county's newspapers. These exhibits included not only newsarticles, but also editorials, advertisements, proclamations and letters to the editor. Publicity of Law Day activities, the entry showed, was carried hi the Edwardsville Intelligencer, Granite City Press Record, Alton Evening Telegraph, Collinsville Herald, Troy Tribune and Highland News Leader. Also contained in the entry was an oral presentation of the activities, made by Rikli before tin 1 stale bar association officers' conference at an annual dinner in Aurora last Wednesday. In his oral presentation, Rikli stressed how the local bar group has tried to demonstrate that Law Day "is not a lawyers' day, but a day on which all citizens should recognize the importance of the rule of law in our lives." Rikli said the county bar group tried to accomplish this by bringing as ninny non-lawyers as possible into participation in the activities. A plaque rcpresentiiiK tlie award was presented to the local association. pleading guilty to a charge of careless driving when she appeared before Police Magistrate O. W. Vernor this morning, Miss Barnes was fined $10 and costs. To Operate Fish Stand WOOD RIVER — Delta Theta Tau sorority will operate a fish stand at the Sunday airshow at Civic Memorial Airport, with all proceeds going to the Rosewood Recreation Center, Mrs. William Koenig, president, reports. Serving as the arrangement committee are: Mrs. Jack Titsworth, Mrs. Leo Kranz, Mrs. Wyatt Dodson, Mrs. Paul and Mrs. Robert Boy Hurts Hand While at Home With Measles As if measles weren't enough trouble for one six year old boy George Marshall, son of Mr. anc Mrs. George W. Marshall, 22 Sul livan Drive, caught his hand in a washing machine wringer Friday The boy's mother said he hac been home for several days suf fering with the three-day measle and while she was in the nex room of their home he stuck hi right hand in the wringer. She said that by the time she reach© him he had triggered the releas catch. He was treated at St. Joseph' Hospital and later released. Alton Students Have Poetry in SIU 'Sou'western EDWARDSVILLE — Four Alto students at SIU are representec in the spring issue of "Sou'wes er", which is published thre time during the academic yea and features literary and ar works of students and facult members. Poetry by Elizabeth Halpin, 32 E. Broadway, Alton, Harry MI Cord, 1214 Florence, and Jame Piepert of 2338 State St., appeal in the spring issue. Also include in the recent publication is a sera graph by William Crane of Pine St. Two of the three associate editors of the publication are Alton students, Rose Marie Sacchi of 311 McGinnis and Grace Breidenstein of 1133 McKinnley Blvd. Leave Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Three Ed- wat'dsville area patients were discharged Friday from St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland: Mrs. Gedeminas Renias and daughter, 407 Cass; Mrs. Minnie Wendell, Rte. 1; Mrs. Goldie Taber, Rte. 4. 5 Lone Ranger (R) 11 For Your Information :45—2 Ask a Priest oon—2 Viewpoint 4 Movie — "Beau Geste" (1939) Gary Cooper, Ray Milland 5 Family Theater U Oral Roberts 2:30—2 Pro & Con 5 Movie — See Sat., 10:10 p.m., Ch. 5 11 Rev. Bceney 1:00—2 Directions '63 11 Report: Cunningham 1:30—2 Issues & Answers 4 International Hour 11 Church of Christ 2:00—2 News: Beecher 11 Championship Bridge 2:30—2 Wire Service (R) 5 It's a Great Life (R) 11 All Star Bowling 3:00—4 Communism: Myth vs. Realty 5 Amos 'n Andy (R) 3:30—2 Take Two 4 Space: The New Ocean 5 Life of Riley (R) 11 Conte Presents 4:00—2 Major Adams, Trail master (R) 4 Am. Musical Theatre — "Patricia Morison" 5 Ripcord (R) 4:30—4 Amateur Hour 5 Bullwinkle 11 Movie — "The Walking Hills" (1949) Randolph Scott, Ella Raines 5:00—2 True Adventure 4 20th Century (R) 5 Meet The Press: Attorney General Robert Kennedy 5:30—2 Aquanauts 4 Mr. Ed (R) 5 Special — Ray Scherer's Sun. Report — Kennedy's Arrival in Germany SUNDAY EVENING 6:00—4 Lassie (R) 5 Ensign O'Toole (R) 11 Safari 6:30—2 Movie — "On the Beach" (1959) Ava Gardner, Gregory Peck 4 Special — JFK in Germany 5 Disney's World — "Escapade in Florence" (Part I) (R) 7:00—4 Ed Sullivan (R) 7:30—5 Car 54 (R) 11 Broken Arrow (R) 8:00—4 Real McCoys 5 Bonanza (R) 11 Roller Derby 8:30—4 G.E. True (R) 9:00—2 Marilyn Monroe Special (R) 4 Candid Camera 5 Show of the Week 11 Movie — "Made tor Each Other" (1939) Carole Lombard, James Stewart 9:30—2 Special —Pres. Kennedy's trip to Europe 4 What's My Line 10:00—2 Movie — "Time Limit" (1957) Richard Basehart, Richard Widmark 4 5 News 10:10—5 Weather 10:15—4 News 5 Movie — "You Can't Take It With You" (1938) James Stewart, Ann Miller 10:25-4 Weather 10:30—4 Movie — "Between Midnight & Dawn" (1959) Mark Stevens, Gale Storm 10:55—11 Movie — "City of Shadows" (1955) Kathleen Crowley, Victor McLaglen 11:30—2 News & Sports 11:35—2 Mahalia Jackson 12:15—4 Movie — "Three Hearts for Julia" (1942.) Ann Sothern, Lee Bowman 12:30-11 News 12:40—11 Newsreels & Religion 12:45—5 News 12:50—5 Tops in Sports 12:55—5 Weather 1:55—4 News & Religion R Denotes Monday Daytime, June 24 Bowser. Car Stolen from Olin Lot Recovered EAST ALTON — A car owned by Robert D. Schmidt, 3609 Western, Alton, reported stolen from the Olin parking lot shortly after midnight Friday, was later found at the lower end of the parking lot, police reported. Schmidt discovered the car was missing when he finished his shift at the Olin plant and prepared to return home. The gas gauge indicated that the car had been driven approximately 100 miles. Schmidt, who told police he Brighton Club Plans Achievement Program BRIGHTON — Betsey Ann 4-H Club will have its local achievement program Tuesday, July 2, at the home of Mrs. Dean Lee, it was decided at a meeting at the Lee home Tuesday. The program will open at 1:30 p.m. and the public may attend. A bake sale will follow. Talks and demonstrations at the Tuesday meeting svhere by Mary Benz, Terry Sewell and Nancy Schroeder. Refreshments wore served by Mrs. Lee, Nancy Si-hroeder and Lee Ann Eyers. The next meeting will be at the Lee home on July 9. 5:45—4 Give Us This Day 5:50—4 News: Tom Brooks 6:00—4 Town and Country 6:30-4 P.S. 4 7:00—4 Morning Scene 5 Today: Hugh Downs 7:30—2 Mahalia Jackson 4 News: Carmichael 7:35—2 Farm Report 7:40—2 News Break 4 World of Mr. Zoom 7:45—2 Meet Your Military 8:00—2 Community Album 4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:15—2 Tree House Time 9:00—4 Calendar 5 Say When 9:15-2 King & Odie 9:25—5 NBC News: Newman 9:30—2 Romper Room 4 I Love Lucy (R) 5 Play Your Hunch 10:00—4 The McCoys (R) 5 Price is Right 10:30—2 Girl Talk 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 1:00—2 General Hospital 4 Love of LJfe 5 1st Impression 1:25—4 CBS News: Reasoner 11:30—2 Seven Keys 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequences 1:45—4 Guiding Light 1:55-5 NBC News: Scherer Voon—2 Ernie Ford 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke U Yesterday's Newsreels 12:05-4 My Little Margie (R) 5 Charlotte Peters 2:15—11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Father Knows Best (U) 4 As World Turns 11 Jack LaLanne 1:00—2 Divorce Court 4 Password 5 Ben Jerrod 11 Movie — See Sun., 10:5b WIG LOOK MIAMI (AP) — Miami News columnist Al Volker learned of a woman who spent $350 for a wig, put it on, then asked her husband how he liked her new hair-do. "Terrible," unsuspecting husband growled, "it looks jusl like a wig." locked the car, said there were no signs of forced entry and ar investigation showed that ap parently the ignition had no been wired. It is believed the thief had a key that fit the vehicle. THE BIBLE SPEAKS ~ TO YOU Sunday 8:30 A.M.—KSO—550 KG Tills week's Christian Science Program "Your Right To Be Well—And Why" p.m., Ch. 11 1:25—5 News: Kalber 1:30—4 House Party 5 The Doctors 2:00—2 Day in Court 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15—11 Movie: See Sun., 9 p.m., Ch. 11. 2:25—2 News: Dreier 4 News: Eld wards 2:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 Millionaire (R) 5 You Don't Say 3:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 Secret Storm 5 Match Game 3:25—5 News: Vanocur 3:30-2 Who Do You Trust? 4 Edge of Night 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 4:00—2 American Bandstand 4 SS Popeye 5 Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (H) 4:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Movie — "Persons in Hiding" (1939) J. Carrol Naish, Patricia Morison 4:55—2 American Newsstand 5:00—2 Superman (R) 5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:30—2 Highway Patrol (R) 5 Sea Hunt (R) 11 Huckleberry Hound 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael Open Sunday All Day/ FBESH TOMATOES 3 Ib5 59* WATERMELONS 59c From Each NEW POTATOES 89* Very low Price bag MICHIGAN STRAWBERRIES ON SALE! BROADWAY &MAIN DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET 2530 East Broadway HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME IN SPARE TIME You must be 17 or over and have left school. Write (or FREE 59-page hluh school booklet today. AMERICAN SCHOOL. Oept. A-T. St. Louis District Office. No. 1 North Court. Florluiant. Mo. Phone SHerwood 1-2608. Send me your Ire« 89-page high ichool booklet. Name Aft Address API City Zone SUU

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