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FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Says Counselors Shouldn't Make 'Vocational Choices' EDWARDSVILLE - Howard V. Davis, director of Student affairs and associate professor In the education division at SlU'a Edwardsville campus, supports t h e thesis "that counselors and others who work with people, young and old, have no professional right to make vocational choices for the people with whom they work" in an article published in the summer issue, of the newsletter of the Illinois Guidance and Personnel Association. Despite the fact that counselors and guidance personnel are acquiring high skills and knowledge about the world of work, individuals are still being "steered" into specific occupations, Davis con- lends, "perhaps in a world of labor shortage in certain high-level skills, particularly, it is inescapable that persons will gravitate toward higher pay, social status and other "desirable" features. But for a person to be "circuited" Into nn occupation by counselors is not the desired procedure." In the newsletter, published quarterly at Carbondale through the cooperation of SIU, Davis maintains thai the business of guidance personnel is to help individuals attain insight and make the most of their capabilities, regardless of the manpower needs of the times. In so doing, he believes individuals will be able to make their own decisions "which may or may not be based on vocational shortage." Rockbrrlige Girl Injures Fool JERSEYVILLE — Cynthia Young, 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Young of Rockbridge, was brought to the Jersey Community Hospital Thursday for treatment of an injury received when she stepped on a rake and received two puncture wounds on the ball of her left foot. She was treated and released. 1'n rents of Son JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pruitt of Jerseyville are parents of a son born at 4:48 p.m. June 25 at the Jersey Community Hospital. They have ( named the baby Roger Dale Jr. and he weighed 4 pounds 6 ounces. He is a grandson of Mrs. Opal Scehausen and Kersey Pruitt of Jerseyville and of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Foster of Rte. 4, Godfrey. Announce Birth of Girl JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holladay of Carbondale, are announcing the birth of a daughter on June 21 in mat city. The baby, has been named Patricia Katheryn and she weighed 6 pounds 3>/i! ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Holladay of Jerseyville and Mr. and Mrs; William McGowan of La Grange, and is •A great granddaughter of M r s. Harry Blish of Jerseyville. The How They Voted Prom the Telegraph's Springfield Bureau SPRINGFIELD, 111. (Special)— Wire tapping, recognition of state employes unions, Chicago Mayor Daley's tax bills and open occupancy housing, went down to defeat in the General Assembly as members last week and this week raced the clock to clear its calendars before sine die adjournment tomorrow. Daley's tax bills cleared the House but lost out twice in the Senate. The proposal to legalize wire tapping was defeated in the Senate on June 20. It would have permitted police, upon a court order, issued by a circuit judge, to obtain evidence of certain crimes, and had downstate and Cook county sponsorship by both Republicans and Democrats. Voting included. YES — Arrington, B r o y 1 e s, Collins, Coulson, Davis, E'awell, Finley, Gilbert, Green, Harris, Hatch, Kusibab, Larson, Laughlin, Meyer, Peterson, Schlagenhauf and Sprague. NO — Carpentier, Dixon, Downing, Grindle, Hart, Lyons, McCarthhy, Mc- Gloon, Peters, Simon, Sours. Swanson and Welch. Lost 19 to 18 and declared lost (Needed a majority of 30 votes to pass). Voting on other controversial proposals included: On bill to allow state employes to join or form unions (but) prohibit the right to strike-lost in Senate: Yes — DeTolve, Dixon, Eberspacher, Grindle, Kuiibab, Larson, Lyons, McGloon, Ozinga, Schlagenhauf, Simon, Welch and Zeigler. NO — Broyles, Carpentier, Collins, Downing, Fawell, Gottschalk, John Graham, Peter- couple Has a son, months of age. Steven, 18 Mrs« Wheeler Chaplain Of Eagles Auxiliary WOOD RIVER — Mrs. William Wheeler was elected chaplain of the Eagle's Auxiliary at the Thurs day meeting in the Eagles hall to fill a vacancy in the official staff. * It was voted to engage space for a stand at the South Roxana Homecoming July 26-28, and the Bethalto Homecoming Labor Day weekend. Mrs. Leland Swinney was named chairman of arrangements f o r the July 11 meeting. Mrs. Carl Lackey, president, announced the Duke Dudley Or diestra has been engaged to furnish music for the Saturday evening dancing party for members and friends from 9 p.m. a.m. in the Eagles Hall. to 1 Representing the unit as delegates to the state convention, today through Sunday in Wauke- son are: Mrs. Kenneth Hicks and Mrs. William Wanous, immediate past president. Mrs. Joseph Chiado and Miss Frances Harshbarger are also in attendance. To Attend Institute WOOD RIVER — Four youths from the First Methodist Church will attend the Methodist Youth Fellowship Assembly for senior • and older youths at McKendree College, Lebanon, beginning Monday. Those attending are Paul Greer, Kathy Davis, Diana Worthen and Martha Hartshorn. Improving After Surgery WOOD RIVER - Stuart Couve assistant minister of the Fir si church of Christ, Christian, is reported improving following sur gery Monday in the Memorial Hos pital, Springfield. son, Schlagenhauf and Ziegler, Lost 20 to 23. Fussed House Daley's tax program to increase the city sales tax a half-cent and raise city taxes on cigarettes and liquor-passed in house but lost in the. Senate, • twice in committee, and once on the Senate floor. The enate revenue committee killed ts own bill, later tabled the House pproved bill and then beat it on tie Senate floor. The House vote n the sales tax increase (other ills had similar votes) included: YES — Austin, Barry, Callan, Carter, Costello, Course, DeMich- aels, DiPrima, Downey, Euzzino, Downey, Harris, Holloway, Holt- n, Janczak, Kennedy, Laufer, Lehman, Leon, Loughran, Mc- 'artlin, P. J. Miller, Morris, Partee, Powell, Ratcliffe, R e d- nond, Rink, Romano Saal Scariano, Schaeffer, Shaw, Teefey, Tou- iy, Traynor, R. V. Walsh, Wik- orski, Wittmond NO — M. K. and R. E. Anderon, Ballz, Blades, Branson, j r y d i a, Burgood, B u r h a m s Clarks, Davidson, Eisenborn, Fitzgerrell, Heiple, Hill, Hittmeier, hnan, McConnell, McCormick, McDavitt, McGowan, C. 0. and <. W. Miller, Moore, Morgan, Railsback, Rowe, Schoeberlein, Ralph T". Smith, Jack Walker, Villett, Wood and Speaker Lewis. \pproved 91 to 77, but died in Senate. The voting in the Senate included: YES — DeTolva, Dixon, Eberspacher, Grindle, Grosn, iusibab, Lyons, McGloon, Simon, Welch and Ziegler: No — 3 r o y 1 e s, Carpenticr, Collins, Downing, Fawell, Gilbert, Gott- ichalk, John Graham, Kerr, Larson, Peters, Peterson, Schlagen- jauf, Sours and Sprague. Lost 2'2 ayes to 26 noes. Dead. Open occupancy housing (prohibit certain practices of discrmi- nation in housing accommoda- dations because of race, creed, color, nationality or ancestry): YES — Austin, Bairstow, Barry, lalla, Carter, Capuzi, Costello, bourse, DeMichaels, DiPrima, Euzzino, Granuta, Harris, Hill rlolloway, Holten, Kennedy, Lehman, Leon, Loughran, McCormick, McPartlin, Morris, Parteu Powell, Railsback, Ratcliffe, Redmond, Rink Romano Saal Scad- ano, Schaefer, Shaw, Teefey, Tou- rty, Traynor, R. V. Walsh and Wiktorski. NO — M. K. and R. E. Anderson, Blade, Brydia, Burgoon, Bur- tiams, Carroll, Clarks, Dale, Dav i d s o n, Downey, Erlenborn Fitzgerrell, Heiple, Hittmeier Uiufer, McConnell, McGowan, K W. and P. J. Miller, Moore, Mor gan, Neff, Rowe, Schoeberlein Ralph T. Smith, Jack Walker, Willett, Wittmond and Speaker Lew- ADDIS ABABA-Ethiopian im ports hace reached the $92 mil lion mark. FASHION LANE Super Discount Center OPEN 9 a.m, to 9 p.m, MONPAY Tkwigh SATURDAY. SUNDAY 12:30 re S p.m. is. Not voting — Ihnen, McDevitt. Lost 86 to 68. On Syndicate Gambling Creates the crime of syndicate gambling to make it a felony: YES - M. K. and R. E. Anderson, Barry, Branson, Burhans, Carroll, Clabaugh, Clarke, Coutrakon, Davidson, DeMichaels, Erlenborn, Heiple Hill, Holten, Ihnen, Leon, Loughran, McDevitt, C. 0, Miller, Moore, Morgan, Neff, Parkhurst, Railsback, Redmond Rosander, Scarlano, Shaw, Ralph T. Smith, Teefey, Touhy, Trayn or, R. V. Walsh, Wiktorski and Willett. NO — Alsup, Austin, Baker Blades, Callan, Capuzi, Carrigan Choate, Costello, Course, Craig DiPrima, Euzzino, Granata, Har ris, Hittmeier, Holloway, Janczak Laufer, Clyde Lee, Lehman, Luc as, McConnell, McCormick, Me Gowan , McPartlin, Morris, Par tee, Powell, Ratcliffe, Romano Saal, Schaefer, Jack Walker, Witt mond and Wood. Lost 85 to 57 and declared dead. Nixon Has Audience With Pope VATICAN CITY (AP)-Richard M. Nixon was received in audience today by Pope Paul VI. The former vice president de scribed the Pope as a "man ol vigor and vitality who looks II years younger than his actual age of 65." Nixon and the Pope talked in he pontiff's private library foi more than 15 minutes. Nixon was accompanied by Archbishop Mar in J. O'Conner, formerly o Scranton, Pa., and now rector o he North American Pontifica College. After the private, audience, thi 'ope also received Mrs. Nixon and the Nixon's daughters, Patri cia, 17, and Julie, 14. The Nixons arrived Thursda; rom Athens on a private visil They will remain here throug July 3, and then visit Florenc and Venice. Nixon had never met Pope Job XXIII, but had been received i; audience by Pope Pius XII twice n 1947 and 1957. He said Pope Paul expresse great interest in the America people, and showed a deep under standing of world problems. Plan SIU Lectures on Education and Religion *^ S?f W^? TO SELL LEGION PROPERTY The Bcthalto American Legion barn last November for non-payment of taxes (right), a house, three out buildings, fix- and last week announced the sale. AH of tures, and 16 acres of ground will be sold the property, belonging to Post 214, is at public auction July 24. The Internal located about one-mile north of Beth- Revenue Service took over the property alto. Bethalto to Open Bids On Sewer Lines July 22 BETHALTO — Bids on lateral susver lines, to be installed in the westerly section of Bethalto, will opened July 22, 7 p.m., il was announced Thursday night at the village water board meeting. Plans for the lines were pre- ;ented to the board by Ed Juneau, engineer with Shcppard, Morgan, and Schwaab, civil engineers. He said 20,000 feet of 8- inch lateral sewer line would be installed to serve the most recently annexed area to the village of Bethalto. Residents of the area will have to pay a $400 tap on fee for the sewer system, and will have until July 20 to make their payment. After that date they will have to pay $600 in fees because of the interest and financing costs, said Mayor Erwin Plegge. More than 50 per cent of .the persons living in the non-sewer area have signed for sewers, the mayor said. "If 50 per cent of the persons haven't paid their tap on fee by July 20, the project will have to be cancelled and money returned by Sept. 1, to those who. paid,." Plegge said. If the fees are paid by the designated time, then the contract will be let and work started on the installation of lines, the mayor added. The board approved the first payment to the contractor and engineer for work done on the interceptor lines and sewage lagoon, ncaring completion. Helmkamp Excavating Co. received 518,732 as it's first pjiyment on the work and Sheppard, Morgan and Schwaab received $1,064 for engineering work and $1,233 for inspection work. George Neumann, superintendent of public works, was authorized to secure sizes and prices of motors that can be used in the water treatment plant, located on 9th Street in Rosewood Heights. Neumann has recommended that additional motors be purchased and kept ready in case others break down. Neuman has also recommended the 250,000 water tank be repainted when use of water is at its lowest level, which will probably be in October. The tank is the largest of the two located in the village, and the paint has cracked and peeled off. Paul Russell Named to Head Exchangites Paul Russell was elected presi dent of the Alton Exchange Club Thursday night at the Minera Springs Hotel. Other officers elected include Tom Herzog, vice president Ralph Wandling, secretary and Jack Clifford, treasurer. James Blouin, Dr. James Car row, Dr. Richard Patterson anc Wiliam Camp Jr. were electee o the board of control. Henry Saenz, retiring preside!) and recipient of the Illinois Out standing Exchangite of the Yea Award was honored. FIJI SHUNS FREEDOM SUVA—Fiji islanders say they do not want to become independent as long as they are outnumbered in their own country by immigrants from India. Intruders The garage at Haskell House on Henry Street was entered by intruders Thursday but nothing was taken, police were told. Powdered paint was strewn on the floor and plastic string unwound, but nothing was reported taken. Chain Link Fence Sale F t 48c ....58c ....68c Reg. 65c Ft. 36 In. High Reg. 75c Ft. 42 In. High Reg, 85c Ft. 48 In. High Price includes fabric, top rail, line posts, loop caps and tie wire. Phone HO 5-5611 for Free Home Estimate Sears In Downtown, Alton FJRST-QUALITY EYEGLASSES EXAMINATION, LENS AND FRAMES, COMPLETE ONLY 9 Bifocals $5 more Prescription Same Low Frlce! CONTACT LENSES MONEY BACK $<f /%A GUARANTEE JL UU CROWN OPTICAL SERVICE Glawiea DUpeiueO on the Prescription of DR. ROBERT L. HANDELMAN Illinois Registered Optometrist 400 IS. BROADWAY — ALTON — 462-7611 OPEN MONDAY & FRIDAY UNTIL • P.M. Get the weekend REVL-ON Sun Bath TANNING Sun Bath SPECIAL FORMUL TOR SKIN THAT 1ANS EASILY Want a fast, fabulous tan without burning? 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Aug. 2ri — "The Christian ARMY INVESTIGATED SINGAPORE—Full scale investigations are being made hlto the alleged poor showing by British troops during the recent fighting in Borneo. Message in Relation to Science," ! Dr. Kermit Ratslaff, assistant I professor of zoology. ducntion." sponsored by South- — rn Illinois University, will be eld every two weeks beginning uly 14 through August 25. Led by four SIU faculty mem- ers, the faculty-student dis- ussions will be held In Peck lemorinl Hall at Upper Alton Baptist Church at 8 p.m. each me. They are scheduled July 4. July 28. AUR. 11 and Aug. 5. Forty invitations to attend ave been mailed to priests and linisters in the area. The 'series Is intended to ex- mine the relevance of the Christian message to modern ducation, to provide an open ovum for nn exchange of ideas >n the subject and to help stu- ents toward an appreciation )f the role of religion in a lib- ral education. 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