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AUGUST 3,1963 ALfON EVENING til (AUO) 2, KftJUA ((US) 4, HMD (MtO) ft. Id,I-It 11 o% M Saturday Evening W Digest The Big 4 5 Death Valley Days li CtHJfHfy Shaw 6:2M KMOX-fV fedltofrtal fi;30^2 Gallant Met) (R) 4 Lucy.fiesi d&medy Hour (R) 8 Saw .Benedict (ft) *s8(K2 Mootenahny 4 The Defenders (ft) 6 Joey Bishop (R) 11 RIVGfboat 8! 00—2 Lawrence Welk B Movie — "Kangaroo" (1952) Maureen O'Hara, Peter LaWfotd, Richard Boone 8:30^4 Have dun «• Will el (R) 11 vVreslllWg 9)00-2 Fight of the Week 4 Gunsmokc (R) 9:45—2 Make That Spate 10:00-2 Movie — "Caltiki, The immortal Monster" (1960) ifohn Merlvale, Dldl Sulllcan 4 5 News 11 All star Bowling 10:05-5 Weather 10:10-4 Weather 5 Movie - "So This Is Love" (1053) Knlhryn Grayson, Merv Griffin, Rosemary De Camp 10:15-4 Movie - "Bitter Vic* lory" (1058) Richard Burton Curt ihirgens, Ruth Roman 11 i 06—11 Chuck Norifian's Part; 11:30-2 Movie -"Suspicion'" (1941) Gary Qrant, Joan Fon taliie 12:30—4 Frankly Speaking 12:35-5 News 12:40-^ Movie ~ "Mexican Man hunt" (1935) George Brent Hillary Brooke 1:00—2 News & Sports 1:05—2 Mahalla Jackson I:30v4 News & Religion 3:10—5 Weather R bonotes REPEAT PROGRAM Sunday, Aug. 4 7: no—4 Religion & News 7:15-4 Big Picture 7:45—4 Christophers 8:00—4 Camera Three B Film 8:20—2 Mahalla Jackson 8:25—2 News Break 8:30—2 Religious Reporter 4 Faith of Our Fathers 5 Hour c' St, Francis 8:45-2 Faith for Today U Newsreels 9:00—4 Lamp Unto My Feet 5 Metropolitan Church 11 Gospel Time 9:15—2 Message of Rabbi 9:30—2 Fisher Family 4 Look Up & Live 5 This is the Life 11 Revival Hour 10:00—2 Herald o£ Truth 4 Montage 5 Special - "Magnify His Name" 11 Frontiers of Science 10:30—2 The Answer 4 Way of Life 5 Industry on Parade 11 Herald of Truth 10:45—5 Americans 11:00—2 Catholic Mass 4 Insight 5 International Zone 11 News in Review 11:30—2 Sacred Heart 4 Washington Report 5 Lone Ranger 11 For Your Information 11:45-2 Ask a Priest Noon—2 Viewpoint 4 Movie — "Romeo & Juliet" (1936) Norma Shearer; Leslie Howard, John Barrymore 5 Family Theater U Oral Roberts 12:30—2 Pro & Con 5 Movie — See Sat,, 10:10 p.m. Ch. 5 11 Rev. Boeney 1:00-2 News Spotlight 11 Report: Cunningham 1:30—2 Issues & Answers 13 Church of Christ 2:00—2 Movie — "Inspector Mai- grct" (1958) Jean Cabin, Annie Giradot 4 International Hour 11 Jet Jackson 2:30-5 It's a Great Life 11 All Stai Bowling 3:00—4 Communism: Myth vs. Reality 5 Amos 'n Andy (R) 3:30—2 Take Two 4 S;> co: The Kew Ocean 5 Life of Riley (R) 11 Conte Presents 4:00—2 Major Adams, Trail- master (R) 4 Am. Musical Theatre 5 Ripcord (R) 4:30—4 Amateur Hour 5 The Bullwinltle Show 11 Movie — "Twinkle i n God's Eye" (1955) Hugh O'Brien, Mickey Rooney 8:00—2 Special—"Truth About • Communism" (R) 4 20th Century (R) 5 Meet the Press — Averell W. Harriman, Roving Ambassador 4 Mr. Ed (R) 5 Sea Hunt (R) SUNDAY EVENING 6:00—4 Lassie (R) 5 Ensign O'Toole (R) 11 Safari 6:30—2 Jetsous (R) 4 Dennis Hie Menace (R) 5 Disney's World "The MoonCussers" Denotes REPEAT PROGRAM Monday Daytime, Aug. 5 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—4 News: Carmichael 7:40—4 World of Mr. Zoom 8:00—2 Mahalia Jackson 4 Capt. Kangaroo 8:05—2 Farm Report 8:10—2 News 8:15—2 Meet Your'Military 8:30—2 Medical Profile 8:45—2 Cartoons 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 Seven Keys 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration 1:00—2 Tennessee Ernie 4 Love of Life 5 1st Impression 11:25—4 CBS News: Reasoner 11:30—2 Father Knows Best (R) 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequences 11:45-4 Guiding Light 11:55—5 NBC News: Scherer Noon—2 General Hospital 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke 11 Newsreels 12:05-4 My Little Margie (R) 5 Charlotte Peters 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Divorce Court 4 As World Turns 11 Jack LaLanne 1:00—4 Password 5 People Will Talk 11 Movie — See Sun., 10:50 p.m., Ch. U 1:25-5 News: Boggs 1:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 House Party 5 The Doctors 8:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) THE BIBLE SPEAKS TO YOU Sunday 8:80 A.M.-KSD-6BO KO This week's Christian Science Program Sate?" 2:15—11 Movie: See Sun., 9 p.m. Ch. 11. 2:25—4 News: Edwards 2:30^-2 Who Do You Trust? 1 4 Edge of Night 5 You Don't Say 3:00—2 American Bandstand 4 Secret Storm 5 Match Game 3:25—5 News: Vanocur 3:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Millionaire (R) 5 Make Room for Daddy (R) 3:55—2 American Newsstand •1:00—2 Day in Court 4 SS Popeye 5 Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges (R) 4:25—2 Movie — "Old Los Angeles" (1948) William Elliott, Joseph Schildkraut 4:30—4 Movie — "San Antonio" (1945) Errol Flynn, Alexis Smith, S. Z. Sakall. 5:00—5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:30—5 Sea Hunt (R) 11 Huckleberry Hound 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael Suspend Shipmaii Cub Pack Meetings. SHIPMAN — Mrs. Paul Quirk announces that activities for the Cub Scouts have been suspended until September, when notices will be sent to the shcool concerning meeting dates and locations for each den. Army Training SHIPMAN — Robert Ketchum will leave Sunday for Ft, Bragg, N.C., where he will have two weeks of training in the Army Reserves. His barber shop will be closed from Aug. 5 until Aug. 19. Shipman Notes SHIPMAN — Mrs. Delbert Lister, Mrs. Lura Conant and Mrs. Chloe Leffler left .Friday for Car- bondalo to attend the funeral services for the sister of Mrs. Conant and Mrs, Leffler. Mrs. Muriel Harris was returning from a 'trip to Ohio when she lost'control of the car at Harrlsburg and overturned, She .died several hours later. She was also the aunt of Mrs. Lister. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Thomas left Thursday for Omaha, Neb., where they will join their son, Charles Frey, and family for a trip to Gunnison, Colo. Enroule they visited with their daughter and family, Mr.und Mrs. James Fanes at St. Joseph, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan and children of Brighton visited Thursday with the Milo Dugan family. CarJ WillianiP lias been moved from St. Francis Hospital to Barnes Hospital hi St. t/Hiis. 7mmm -*»•**•« P •••*•"•* mmmmmmmmmmmm» i HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME IW SPARE TIMS You mutt U* 17 or over and bavs at M Send m* Htm » AWrsil ic booklat ' , avs left "hool. Write for ay. AMERICAN SCHOOL. I NWHJ cowt, wprii«» FREE FJorluaiU, Mo. A|t 7SOO-2 Jane Wymnn (R) A Ed Sullivan (R) 7:30-2 Movie — "The Night Fighters" (1960) Robert Mitchum, Anne Heywood 5 Car 54 (R) 11 Broken Arrow (R) 8:00—4 Real McCoys (R) 5 Bonanza (R) 11 Roller Derby 8:30-4 G.E. True (R) 0:00—4 Candid Camera (R) 5 Show of Week (R) 11 Movie —' "The Lady Wants a Mink" (1952) Dennis O'Kcefe,, Ruth Hussey, Eve Arden 9:30-2 Close-Up — "The Troubled Land" 4 What's My Line (R) 10:00—2 Movie — "House of Strangers" (1949) Edward G. Robinson, Susan Haywood, Richard Conte, Luther Adler 4 5 News 10:10-5 Weather 10:15—4 News 5 Movie' — "The Letter' (1940) Belle Davis, Herbert Marshall 10:25—4 Weather 10:30—4 Movie — "Hold Back The Dawn" (1941) Charles Boyer, Olivia de Havilland, Paulette Goddard 10:50—U Movie — "20,000 Men a Year" (1939) Randolph Scott, Margaret Lindsay 11:30—2 News & Sports > 11:35—2 Mahalia Jackson 12:15—5 News 12:30—U News 12:40—4 Movie "Jailhouse Blues" (1941) Anne Gwynne, Robert Paige 12:40—11 Newsreels & Religion 1:55—4 News & Religion New Flood Station on Levee Line ST. LOUIS — (Special) — Another unit in the flood protection project for the East Side area was turned over to the East Side levee and Sanitary District last week after trial operations were completed. The unit, known as the Madison Pumping Station, constructed for .he Corps of Engineers by t h e A. H. Seebold Co. of Granite City, at a cost ol $630,000, became a responsibility of the East Side ievee and Sanitary District for operation and maintenance. The station is adjacent to the levee a short distance upstream from :he Merchant's Bridge. St. Louis District Engineer Col. James B. Meanor Jr. said that this is one of the 10 important jumping stations for flood pro- ection. The station has three moor-driven pumping units, each vith a maximum capacity of 120 cubic feet per second, or 54,000 ;allons per minute, which will be used for pumping storm water during periods of high river stages, when gravity flow is prevented. Col. Meanor said that the jumping station has provisions !or addition of sewage pumps and piping which will adapt this sta- ion to the overall pollution abatement plans of the East Side Dis» rict, Calhoun Youth Gets Year in Theft of Car JERSEYVILLE - Charles Sieder. 18-year-old Calhoun county youth, entered a plea of guilty Thursday morning to a charge of stealing an automobile in Jerseyville the evening of July 16, The ilea was in the county court be- 'ore County Judge Howard Lee White, who sentenced Siedler to one year at (he Illinois State Farm at Vandalia, Siedler took the car belonging to James Allen of Carrolllon from a parking place in the local busi. ness district, and subsequently at- .empted to sell the vehicle 1 n Kane, China Says Test Ban Treaty Jg. Betrayal TOKYO w>,. •'..<*-. Communist China predicted today jhat Premier Khrushchev's ''betrayal of the Soviet people" Inagreeing to nuclear test-ban treaty will lead to hjs downfall. An editorial in the Peking People's Pally, voice of the Chinese -ommunist party, called the lest ban "ft y.S.'Sovlet alliance against China, pure and simple." The editorial was broadcast by 9 New China News Agency and monitored here, ASCS Groups Named The Madison County annual con- verition was held at the local ASCS office in Edwardsville July 30 This convention was held to elect a county committee to administer federal farm program for the coming year. Reelected were Chairman, Ed win C. Rethmeler, Edwardsville; Vice Chairman, Walter F. Bat-del iieler, Edwardsville! Member Albert G. Ernst, Alhnmbra. Elected for the first time was 1st a)- .ernale, Delbert Essenpries; Ray Wlnet of Highland was re-electee as 2nd alternate. The new committee was elected by delegates who were chosen )y the farmers of their respec- .ive townships of Madison County. Community CoiHinllfoemeii The following Is a list of the newly elected Community Com- miltecmen for each township: Alhambra, Udell Wehling, Al- lambra, Chairman; Elwayne <aufman, Alhambra, vice chairman; Albert Brandt, Worden, member; Elmer Blom, Alhambra, ilternate; Glen Schumacher, Al- mmbra, alternate. Chouteau, Otto lomann, Granite City, chairman; Charles C. Losch, East Alton, vice chairman; Ralph Buske, Granite City, member; Edwin Brockman lr., East Alton, alternate; Richard Bauer, Granite City, alternate. Collinsville, Henry Sponemann, Collinsville, chairman; William J. <eller, Collinsville, vice chairman; Harley Willaredt, Collinsville, member; Walter Bohn, Col- insville, alternate; Kenneth En- ;eling, Edwardsville, alternate; Edwardsville, George Holtman, Mwardsville, chairman; Robert Scheibal, Edwardsville, vice chairman; Lester Lange, Edwardsville, member; Herbert Highlander, Edwardsville, alternate;. Elmer Bade, Edwardsville, alternate. Ft. Russell, Carl A. Eberhart, Cdwardsville, chairman; Clifford <ruckeberg, Edwardsville, vice hairman; Henry C. Schaake, Ed- vardsville, member; Walter Schaake, Edwardsville, alternate; William Kruckeberg, Moro, alternate. Foster Township, Junior Hermes, Alton, chairman; Wes- ey Graul, Alton, vice chairman; -lersal Lyerla, Alton, member; Jen Gvillo, Alton, alternate, Harld Bockstruck, Alton, alternate. Godfrey, Charles Ehlers, God rey, chairman; Wilbur A, Mc- Cee, Alton, vice chairman; Louis <oeller, Godfrey, member; Henry Bachman, Godfrey, alternate; Ben Droste, Godfrey, alternate. Hamel, Joseph S. Krejci, Edwardsville, chairman; Lester n hacker, Edwardsville, vice chairman; Fred Engelke, Worden, nember; Martin Blase, Worden, alternate; Edwin Klenke, Ed- vardsville, alternate. Helvetia, Delbert Essenpries, Highland, chairman; Irwin A. Helner, Highland, vice chairman; Os- •nar Rutz, Highland, member, remont Meyer, Highland, alternate; U. D. Ulmet, Highland, al- ernate. Jarvis, George R. Wittman Jr., Troy, chairman; Oscar Mersing- r, Troy, vice chairman; Harold woyet, Collinsville, member; Elmer Faitz, Troy, alternate; David . Hall, Collinsville, alternate. Leef, Robert Niggli, Highland, hairman; Burnell Augustin, Poca- ontas, vice chairman; Walter teiner, Pocahontas, member; /ernon Steiner, Pocahontas, al- ernate; Delmar Meffert, Poca- ontas, alternate. Marine, Robert A. Voigt, Maine, chairman; Roland A. Ahl- rceyer, Marine, vice chairman; Delmar H. Nungesser, Marine, •nember; ''Vincent Hess, Marine, Iternate; Larry Prott, Marine, Iternate, Moro, Louis Wiemers, Dorsey, hairman; Henry Zoelzer, Moro, /ice chairman; Robert Johnson, Dorsey, member; Edwin DeWerff, Joro, alternate; Walter Wiese- lan, Dorsey, alternate. Nameoki-Venice Townships, Roy Valker, chairman, Granite City; ,ouis Strackeljahn, Granite City, ice chairman; Homer Bruns, iranite City, member; Henry E, iVilkelman Jr., Granite City, al- ernate; Donald Bunselmeyer, Granite City, alternate. New Douglas, Albert L, Brown, slew Douglas, chairman; Henry Schallenberg, New Douglas, vice hairman; James Home, New Douglas, member, Elmer Klenke, v Douglas, alternate; Alvin Hospital Notes St. Joseph's MtOtJICAL Mrs. Virginia Burnett, Godfrey' Mrs. Caroline Thomas, Hartforc Edgar Short, Rockbridge David Yates, Rle. 1, Grafton Mrs. Willie Brooks, 1716 Aiby Mrs. Martha Jenna, Rtc. 2, Carlinville Mrs. Hnzcl Glasere> Edwardsville Vlrs. Randy Lynn Weddermah, 307 Douglas, East Alton Miss Carol Fofaket, South Roxana StJltOlCAL Alois Kirchner, 112 Virginia, East Alton Alan D. Blggerstaff, 620 Ferguson, Wood River Frank H. Head Jr., Edwardsville Robert Foster 433 Cob, East Alton DISMISSALS Mrs. Alice fi. Bergoft, Rte. 2, Alton Donald Beach, Rte. 1, Brighton Dean Bender, Rle. 3, Edwardsvilie Mrs. Janet M. Caldwell, 1015 Highland Miss Carol J. Crowder, 1924 Alby- Mrs. Ola N. Eaton, 20 West Penning, Wood River Vlrs. Marie Galeaz, 321 Lorena, Wood River Miss Kathleen E. Green, Edwardsville Mrs. Carol Henkhaus, 206 Longfellow Mrs, Donna Holcomb, 934 Kingshighway, East Alton Mrs. Mabel E. Hydon, Edwardsville Mrs. Patricia Jewsbury, Comnton, Calif. Mrs. Sadie Kruckeberg, 209 Victory Drive, East Alton Jack McFarland, 317 Dorris Helen R. Miessner, Rte. 2, Godfrey Mrs. Dolores D. Miller, 1313 Harold /loy Donald Moran, Cottage Hills Mrs. Barbara J. Mutz, 951 Old Oak Rd., East Alton Mrs. Ruby Spears, 2605 Main Mrs. Carolyn S. Vanzant, Grafton Mrs. Cora A. Wasson, Hartford ..awrence Leroy Womack, 2300 Clark Jersey Community MKDICAI, Mrs. Walter Dunse, Godfrey Mrs. Leslie Dougherty, Jerseyville Iverett Hanlin, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Mrs. Mary Miles, Fieldon Mrs. Richard Rose, Brussels tfrs. Lonnie Long, Greenfield rtrs. Matt Klunk, Fieldon Walter Beiermann, Jerseyville rtrs. Matt D\vyer, Jerseyville St. Anthony's MEDICAL /Irs. Mary A. Pansic, 503 Anna, Wood River /Irs. Virginia E. Dempster, 217 Ladd Cevin E. Dalton, Granite City DISMISSALS Mrs. Yuba V. Englar, 853 State Street, Wood River Mrs. Ruth Saxton, 512 Broadway, East Alton bhn A. Aslone, 2211 Central, Alton Mrs. Kenneth Klette, Edwardsville Mrs. Dorothy Peterson, Rte. 1, Moro Arthur Koch, 1213 Liberty VTrs. Ruby Hawkins, Godfrey Rosenthal, New Douglas, alternate. Olive, Mack Libbra, New Dougas, chairman; William 0. Sievers, Vew Douglas, vice chairman; Otto A. Sievers, New Douglas, •nember; Rudolph Kuttin, New Douglas, alternate; Donald Las- veil, New Douglas, alternate, Omphghent, Harld Knackstedt, Gorden, chairman; Arthur Dust- nann, Worden, vice chairman; Edward Albrecht, Staunton, mem- ier; Herman Sievers, Dorsey, al- ernate; Norman Gusewelle, Dorey, alternate. Pin Oak, Gene Bardelmeier, Idwardsvilie, chairman; Udell , Edwardsville, vice chair- nan; Clarence Adelhardt, Ed vardsville, member; John Pea- dotti, Edwardsville, alternate; Lynan L. May, Edwardsville, alter- late. St. Jacob, Fremont Schoeck, It. Jacob, chairman; Warren Thurnau, St. Jacob, vice chair- nan; Myrle Kuhn, St. Jacob, nember; Edward Yann, St. Jacob, Iternate; Richard Ellis, St. acob, alternate. Saline, Ray Winet, Highland, hairman; Reinheld Plocher, Highland, vice chairman; Leland >teiner, Highland, member; Elon Grotefandt, Highland, alter- late; George Daiber, Highland, alternate. Wood River, Arthur Gusewelle, East Alton, chairman; Richard Svillo, East Alton, vice chairman; ohn Ursprung,' Bethalto, member; John Manns, Alton, alternate; Paul Westerhold, East Al on, alternate. Alton Memorial Thurmo Jefferson, 1387 Easton Jeffery H.tnlon, 126 Dooley Dr. Ralph Bauser, -2124 Seminary Mrs. Roberta Berry, Alton Mrs. Annie Mae Klopmeler, Wood River Mrs. Devella Juehger, 320 Dooley Mrs. Doris Schmittlihg, 902 Bt-own William Lively, Brighton Ronrtlc Weedett, 1931 Easter Mrs. Gladys Shoberg, 4301 Wedgewood Mrs. Davis Miller, Granite City StJUGtCAL Mrs. Dorothy TravJs, East Alton Mrs. Mary Barker, Griffith, 111. Mrs. Clementine Galer, 1305 Belle Melvin Knoche, Moro Mrs. Lillie Griz/le. Kane DISMISSALS Mrs. Patricia Ralston, 3110 Burton William Glenn, 1216 Brown James Elledge, Wood River Mrs. Linda Moore, 5103 Candy Lane Mrs. Hazel Mattingly, Godfrey Mrs. Betty Parish, 1714 Hillcrest Thurmo Jefferson, 1387 Easton Sussanna Slupperich, Alton Douglas Wittman, Godfrey Judy Noel, Cottage Hills Mrs. Katie Elledge, Nebo Wilber Loy, Jerseyville James Bull, South Roxana Vlrs. Jean Kline, 2647 Sidney Vlrs. Lucille Seiferman, Brussels Mrs. Loretta Lockwood, 1701 Nelson Mrs. Norma Snyder, Cottage Hills Mrs. Kathryn Combs, Edwardsville Mrs. Florence Schmidt, 616 Emerald Lewis Bansman, 1421 George Kraig Kleeman, East Alton Fred Tedrick, Bethalto Mrs. Sarah Kelly, Godfrey Mrs. Sharon Powell, Cottage Hills Roy Heine, Cottage Hills Thomas Metcalf, Godfrey Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Helen M. Ridings, 2100 Orchard, Alton Mrs, Alvina M. Kopf, Rle. 1, Bethalto Mrs. Louise H. Stanley, 455 Second Tina Marie Harris, 607 Brookside, Alton Mrs. Verna G. Rice, 679 E. Lorena Vlrs. Ida 0. Starbuck, Hartford Shelby J. Murray, 135 Goulding, East Alton SURGICAL Kenneth G. Whyers, 806 Arch, Alton Miss Rose M. Militello, 716 N. Ninth Mrs. Patricia J. Icide, Hartford DISMISSALS Steve F. Minarick, 134 Acton Daniel B. Bosse, 1324 Brushy Grove, Wood River Timothy William Stinnett, 3732 Berkeley, Alton J. Gorden Foster, 81 W. Jennings Mrs. Lottie M. Williams, 611 North Drive, East Alton Karen Ruth Dudley, South Roxana Vlrs. Alice M. Wallace, Cottage Hills Mrs. Judith Kay Moore, Roxana FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull One of Chicago's most famous landmarks, the Hull House dining room, has been moved from be- :iind Hull House to a new position adjoining the famed settlement douse on the site of the University of Illinois' new Congress Circle campus. Built in 1905 under the supervision of Jane Addams, the dining room was moved using a complex system of hydraulic jacks and self-leveling dollies. The hydraulic jacks lifted the two-story, 425- "Grampa, is that the kind of tiger you saved all those explorers from that time?" 425-Ton Building Hull House Dining Room Moved on Chicago Campus 30 Children At Baptist Day Camp Junior Day Camp, sponsored as a new project of the Alton Baptist Council, provided a week of new experiences and fun for the 30 youngsters participating. Miss Emily Turnbaugh, Springfield, served as director of the activities which included Bible study, crafts, fishing, hiking, nature study, etc. on a 14 acre wood tract near Bunker Hill. The fifth and sixth grade students representing the First Baptist Churches of: Cottage Hills, Rosewood Heights, East Alton, Upper Alton, Main St. and Cherry St., were transported to and from the recreation area by bus. Mrs. Walter Hale served as camp nurse. The Rev. John Lobos was chairman of the arrangement committee. Senior camp counselors were: Robert Robinson, Gary Gates, Richard Propes, Mrs. Dorothy Hart, and Mrs. Gene Ryburn; as sisted by junior counselors: Misses Alice Hanold, Gayle Fuller and June Wimberly, and Ronald Reed. ton building off its foundation. The structure then was lowered on the dollies equipped with oversized balloon tires for safe and even transport. The entire effort required approximately 24 hours. The dining room now faces Halsted Street, and is situated just southeast of Hull House. The change of locaton will provide additional space for the university's new student union building on the West Side campus. The architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill engineered the moving of the dining room, which was performed by Gust K. Newberg Construction Company. The moving of the 58-year-old building was one of the first steps involved in the restoration of Miss Addams' Hull House (Hull Mansion), which will become an integral part of the university camp us. A six-week fund drive began August 1 for $350,000 to restore the mansion and its dining room as a permanent memorial to the famed pioneer of modern social work. When restored, Hull Mansion — built in 1856 by Chicago businessman Charles Hull — will serve both as a museum and as office spaqe. The dining room will be used as a conference center for students, faculty and the com munity, according to Major Lenox R. Lohr, president of Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry and general chairman for the campaign. An appeal is being made to the general public for contributions toward the restoration, Lohr added. Donations should be addressee to: The Jane Addams Memoria Fund, University of Illinois Foun dation, 833 South Wood Street Chicago 12, Illinois. LIMA—Peru reports a balance of-payments deficit. Sentencing Of Landis Set Aug. 30 NEW YORK (AP)*-Jame8 M. Landls, adviser to presidents and outspoken critic of unethical pfflc-i ices by heads of government agencies, will be sentenced AU& on federal charges of not filing ncofne tax returns. The fornier Harvard University jaw School dean, who headed .hree federal agencies at varldAIS imes, pleaded guilty Friday to i-harges lhat he had failed to file returns from 1956-GO, a period vhen his income was said to fix- coed $3fiO,000. Landis, 63, has paid the government $94,492 — three-fourths-of-It" he taxes due and the rest penal- ies and interest. He could draw as much as five years in prison. U.S. Atty, Robert M. Morgen- hau, who brought the case against Landls, is the son of former Treasury Secretary Henry Morgenthau Jr., a colleague of the defendant during the New Deal days of the 1930s. Asked if Landis had paid his axes before or after the government investigation of them, Mor- ;enthau replied that prosecution usually dies not result if delinquent taxes are paid before the internal Revenue Service gets onto them. The federal grand jury's five- count information against Landis was announced to the press only after Landis had been arraigned before U.S. Dist. Court Judge Edward C. McLean. McLean released Landis in his own custody on guilty pleas to each count. In a statement read to the court, Landis' attorney, William Warren, dean of the Columbia University Law School, said his client had become so engrossed in public affairs he never got around to filing tax returns for the five years until after the IRS prompted him. Landis has headed the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Civil Aeronautics' Board, and he wartime Office of Civilian Defense. He also was a member of the Federal Trade Commission. His last government post was as adviser to President Kennedy on government regulatory agencies. Landis resigned Sept. 7, 1961, the day he was named corespond- ent in a Washington divorce suit, later dropped. Adultery allegations against Landis were never substantiated. Guest Speaker David Hackett, ministerial student 1 at the Minnesota Bible College, Minneapolis, will be guest speaker at the 10:40 a.m. Sunday service at Main Street Baptist Church. His topic will be: "Teach Me to Pray." NOTICE! PASTOR JOHN KELTI6 AND THE PEOPLE'S BAPTIST CHURCH MuCasiiiK and Old St. Louis Road, East Alton, III, ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THE VISJT OF JOHN HATCHER AND FAMILY Returned MUflpnary from Brazil, South America Thero will be a Fellowship Meeting; Sat., AUK, SrtJ, 7:00 p.m. Missionary Hutchor und Family will be at both Sunday, AUK. 4i Service* and show films Monday , AUK. 6th, 7;80 p.m. of the Mission Work In the Valley of liruzil. PEOPLE'S BAPTIST CHURCH MoCaslng and Old St. Uuls Jloud, East Alton, JU, MAKE FAMILY NIGHT! SHOP TILL 9 P.M. A & P Food Stores 411 Piasa Biederman Furniture 202-204 Piasa Carson Jewelry 215 W. 3rd Franklin Union 300 E. Broadway Hurwitz Jewelers 212 \V. 3rd J & R Auto Stores Spiegel Catalog Desk 400 Hello Myers Brothers 3rd and Piasa Sts. Paul's Fabrics 214 W. 3rd Schaeffor's 108 W. 3rd Sears Roebuck Co, 305-23 I'lusu Slack Furniture 803 W, did Thrifty Drug 883 Unite Thrift Hardware BOO U«l|o MTSSSSSS^ _ |M

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