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AUGUSt 16,1963 ALTON Hospital Notes Wood River Township MtStltCAb Mrs. llltic Spcnks, ttlc. 1, Mot-o. Mfg. Harriett Brown, 659 First. Cnrl Williams, 332 W. Rosedale, East Alton. .tohn t». Estes Sr. ( 305 Prospect. Mrs, Alhin Morris, Hartford. Ronnie Moore, Hartford. Ruth Ann Davis, Collage Mills, Karen A. Smith, Collage Hills, Mrs. Hose Mary Ferguson, 469 Hamilton. Roberl 3. Rollf, m Mildred. Anna P. Johnson, 616 Washington, East Atyott. Michnel E. Miner, 1131 Ferguson DISMtSSALS Howard Churchwcll, East Alton. George Crawford, East Allan. Crystal Veslerby, South Roxana. Rickey Morgan, 601 Olmstead. Woodrow Complon, East AHon. Alfred Wright, Rto. 1, Dorsey. Mrs, Abbiegnll Bllbruck, 833 Rice Alton Memorial MIDDIOAL Blueford White, 2410 .Broadway. Frank Roth, Jerseyville. • Mrs. Evelyn Lofts, M05 Spmilding Joseph Fedrlck, Brighton. Edward Diestclkflinp, 514 E. llth Fred Andrews, Edwardsvillc. Charles Foster, Easi Alton. Mrs. Evon Doty, East Alton. Mrs. Mnry Parkcs, Godfrey. Mrs. Ida Mathnws, 3309 Frano'r. SIJKOICAL Harold Lock, 21(i Lntlcl. Mrs. Margaret Houchlic, Detroit. George Crawford, East. Alton. Enlery Crawford, Roxana. Jeffrey Gilbert, Godfrey. Richard Johnson, Belhallo. William Simpson, 4'27 E. Fifth. Kim Wood, Edwurdsvillc, Mrs; Angela I-Ingen, 405 Condil, Mrs, Mary DoSherlia, Graf Ion. Mrs. Mary Blodgett, 3140 Edwards. Lloyd Wlllard, Woiticn. Louie Carter, Carrollton. Mrs. Helen Lewis, Dow. DISMISSALS Mrs. Mary Moore, Godfrey. Mrs. Shirley Patterson, 3420 Milton Drive. Lee Massey, Jcnseyville. Mrs. Mae Stewart, 1108 Fourth. Orvillc Rhodes, East Alton. Stefanie Heil, Godfrey. Ray Clark, Hartford. Joseph Brockman, 621 Liberty. Wilmer Shirley, Moro. Sylvester Paschel, 26 East SI. Mrs. Minnie Jacobs, Wood River. Harry McCune, Edwardsville. Mrs. Kareen Eagleton, 636 Sixth. Jersey Community MEDICAT, Linda Bopp, Jerseyville. Ben Pohlman, Brussels. Mrs. Leland Meyer, Golden Eagle Mrs. Clayton Wadlow, Jerseyville Mrs. Wm. Bettorf, Granite City. Mrs. Leo Drocge, Golden Eagle. DISMISSALS Barbara Scoggins, Jorscyville. Mrs. Floyd Summers, Medora. Mrs. Charles Jobe, Jerseyville. St. Anthony's MEDICAL Lonnie P. Smith, 2811 North. Mrs. Carol Sue Pohlman, Rte. 2, Godfrey. Mrs. Rose Bond, Hardin. Miss Audrey Clark, 805 Gold. DISMISSALS Mrs. Helen Rinkol, Edwardsville Edward Jochl, 2424 San ford. Mrs. Margie Bridges, 1110 East Broadway. George Martin, Collage Hills, Timothy Forsylhe, Wordon. Julius Scibold, East Alton. Mrs. Lorraine Hayes, 623 Sixth, Si. Joseph's MEDICAL Bessie Richards, 1803 Oakwood. Mrs. Margie Vinyard, 119 West Penning, Wood River. Mrs. Annie Asaro.,1510 E. 4th. Mrs. Francis Skundrich, 517 Madison, Wood River. Mrs. Gertie Slockard, 2304 Eliza beth. William Lipscond, 158 Eighth, Wood River. SURGICAL Leo Rippley, 2722 Hillcrest. Michael Balaco, 3011 Forest. Mrs. Gertie Herman, 14 Marion Lane, East Alton. William Peach, 901 Acton, Wood River, Mrs. Maud Clayton, 2726 Viewland Miss Joan Keenan, Rte. 1, Alton Mrs. Anna Comlcy, 2005 Sycamore. DISMISSALS Mrs. Shirley Andrews, 560 East Broadway. Jerry Bland, 911. E. Sixth. Mrs. Dolores Boron, 2715 View' land. Clarence Brumfield, 3112 Paul Nelson Clark, 915 Adams Ct, John Coalney, 3112 Glenwool. Mrs. Genevleve Grossheim, 3628 Aberdeen. Mrs. Anna Halford, 2323 Central Mrs. Judith Hall, Godfrey. Mrs. Grace Henry, 605 Northdale Elizabeth Johnson, 55 Sullivan Mrs. Marlene Muedge, Ed wardsville, Mrs. Nancy Pluth, 44fl Beltevlcw .arry Sumners, Rlc. 1, Alton. Mrs. George Warllck, 1928 Alby. ther Wilson, 1702 Mill. Miss lone Nllsoti, nte. 1, Mora Mrs. Ella Hurst, 1798 Market. Mrs. Eleanor Laird, Godfrey. Man to Play Key Space Role BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP)-Mnn, lot the machine,, will be Ihe con. .rolling factor on future flights by U.S. astronauts, the flight director on all six Project- Mercury manned missions said today. Chris .Kraft, flight operations dl- 'eqtor for the National, Aeronau- Ics and Space Administration's Manned Spacecraft Center, told a satellite conference the United Slates is moving confidently ahead with Iho Gemini and Apollo manned programs because Mercury proved that man can pcr- brm effectively in space. "When we started the manned space flight program five yearn igo," Kraft said, "there was a grail deal of doubt about man's usefulness in space. We now have .ionic lo the point which is exactly '80 degrees around the circle ram that opinion. We now depend on man to back up the automatic systems rather Hum using Ihe au- omatic systems alone." He said in the future (here will MJ a blending of pilot and auto- niitic systems. "By experience we have arrived at what we think is a proper nixture," Kraft said. "Man is the lociding element. Me cited the action of astronauts John H. Glenn Jr., Malcolm Scott Carpenter, Waller M. Schirra Jr., ind Leroy Gordon Cooper Jr. in overcoming problems that cropped ip during their flights. Three of I hem had lo exercise manual control during Ihe crilical re-entry nanouver. Mercury ended with Cooper's 22-orbit trip last May. Next up Project Gemini, which will senc AVO men into orbit in the same capsule. The first flight is sched' uled in about 14 months. Mrs. Lizzie Darr Rites Conducted KANE — Funeral services for Wrs. Li/zie Darr were held Thursday at (lie Methodist: Church. The Rev. Hilton Longberry officiated Burial was in the Kane Cemetery. Pallbearers were Clarence Cope Richard and Finloy Proffer and Dale and Delmar Reif. KailUN NoleH KANE — Mr. and Mrs. James Wehrly and family of Amarillo Tex., arrived Thursday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wehrly. Mrs. Robert Dougherty entered Our Saviour's Hospital in Jacksonville Wednesday for tests anc realmenl. Mrs. C. W. Dwelling and son Bob, went to Omaha, Nt'b., Thursday for several days visit will] her son and daughter-in-law, Mr, und Mrs. James Devening. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Turner; Jacksonville, spent Thursday with ills mother, Mrs. Turp Turner. JERSEYVILLE - The Board of Education of. Unit 100 this week imployed Fred Heyn o( Kirks- vllle, Mo., and Miss Ruth Wade of Jerseyville. Heyn received his master dc- ree Aug. 15 from the Northeasl Slale Teachers' College In Kirksville. His previous leaching experience has been one year In he Mathematics Department In he high school -al Farmlnglon, III. Heyn has been assigned to ho leaching of malhemalics In Ihe Jersey Communily High School. He is married and has one child. Miss Wade is Ihe Ihird mem ber of her family lo join the Unit 100 leaching slaff. She has been unending Iho Alton branch of Southern Illinois University,- Two of her sisters, Mrs. Ida Mae Anderson and Mrs. Irene Sample are teaching in the unit. Miss Wade Is the daughter of Mrs. Hebert Wade of Jerseyville. During n meeting this week of Ihe board, of education, the resignation of Mrs. Nellie Price was accepted. She lias been employed in the cafeteria al Ihe Dow At- lendance Cenler. 2 New Teachers Hired By Jersey Unit Board Here, JERSEYVILLE — Koilh New- Ion of Urbana, former resident of Jerseyville, is a guest this week at the home of Mrs. H. R. Gledhill and visiting other relatives in Jerseyville. Mr. Newton has been employed the past 21 years in Ihe Admin- islrative Department of the University of Illinois and expects to retire this autumn. To Undergo Surgery JERSEYVILLE — Robb Up dike of Jerseyville, will enter St. Joseph's Hospital in Alton Monday and will submit to surgery there. : Gut'stH at Mulohon Home JERSEYVILLE — Sister Mary Callista, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Molohon of Jerseyville, and Sister Mary Patrick who have been visiling at the Molohon home here, have returned lo the Sacred Heart Academy in Springfield where they will make a relreat before reporting lo Iheir teaching assignment. Sister Mary Cailisla will return lo the faculty at St. Anne and Sister Mary Patrick will return lo Community Heights, Mo. Leave for Wisconsin JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Beatrice Naylor and son, Don, and the former's brother, B. A. Marsden Jr., left Tuesday for Pickerel, Wis. to join their parents, Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Marsden of Jerseyville who are spending the summer vacation al their cottage in Pickerel. Kcliirns from Kentucky JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Seesna James has returned from.Bowling Green, Ken. where she has been visiting relalives and friends. Mrs. James who is a commercial instructor at the Jersey Communi- ly High School, is a former resident of Bowling Green. Return (o Colorado JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. James Reddish and daughters, Patti and Carrie, left Wednesday for their home in Bloomfield Heighls, Colo., after a visit here with Ihe children's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reddish. Farm Sold JERSEYVILLE — The 160-acre farm owned by Mrs. Freeman Burger and the late Mr. Burger northeast of Jerseyville has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fox of Farmcrsvllle who will move there In the fall wllh Ihelr sons, John, Tom and Joe. Mrs. Fox was formerly Miss 3etty Rowden, dtughter of Mr. ind, Mrs. Wilbur Rowden of Ihe !<ane vlcinily. John Fox, who will enler high school this fall, will reside with ho Rowdens and atlend school icre unlil his parents move to Jorseyville laler in Ihe fall, In ,.addllion lo farming their newly purchased acreage Mr. Fox svill also farm Ihe land on which Mr. and Mrs. Rowden reside and Hie Snell farm West of Jerseyville which Is also owned by Ihe Rowdens. MTH, Beach Homo JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Wllma I. Beach bus relumed lo her home following a visit wilh her son and daughlcr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Beach and sons, Douglas and David in Broadview, III. Mr. Beach, a former resident of Jerseyville, recently receiver] four merits at the National Photographic contesl in Dallas, Tex., and had formerly acquired two merits when called lo Des Moines, Iowa to judge a leclure and one for a leclure al Marquelle Stale Park meeting. Mrs. Beach wa^> accompanied as far as Glen Ellyn by Mr. and Mrs. Dean Cooper of. Alton and AmyWiegand of Jerseyville who were guests of the couple's son and daughler-in-law, Mr. anc Mrs. A. Cooper and family there. Set Meeting on Weed Control JERSEYVILLE — The first in a scries of meetings sponsored jointly by the Soil Conservation and the Extension Service will be held in Jersey County on Sept. 5 place to be announced later. Pone owners and others interested in pon'd weed control and fish management are invited to attend. Roy Lockhart, Illinois state fish biologist, will present valuable information on pond weec control, stocking farm ponds anc proper pond management. An electrical fish shocker will be usec to. take fish counts for management discussions al the Pone site. Greenfield Church Class Has Picnic GREENFIELD — Members of Ihe Philathea class of First Bap- list Church met Tuesday evening for a picnic supper on the lawi at the home of Mrs. Byron Cox- Mrs. Paul Kinser and Mrs. Wil lard Pembrook were assisting hos losses. A silent auction was feature of the evening and Mrs Kenneth Woodkirk was program narrator on the subject, "Thai] and." Receives Degree GREENFIELD — Robert Mor row, instructor of art in\ U n i District 10, received hip master's degree in education at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale Aug. 9. He formerly attendee Blackburn College and is a grad Jersey County Grain Co. To Elect Officers Monday JERSEYVILLE — The Jersey Counly Grain Co. will hold ils organization Monday in Ihe Farm Bureau building. Members of the Board, all of whom were re-elecled, include Ihe following; Frank Christen, Jersey; Illger Beckner, English; John R. Walsh, Mississippi-Piasa; John Randolph, Ruyle; Harold Bean, Kane; Delberl Loy, Fidel- ily; Stanley Croxford, Elsah-Quarry; Fred Krueger, Richwood; Glenn Osburn, Oiler Creek-Rosedale; Alfred G. Schleeper, Soulh Calhoun and Leroy Hagen, North Calhoun, Patronage refunds totaling 552,498 were dislribuled to patrons by the company al its annual meeting in addition to which $20,032 have been paid m dividends. Frank Christen is presidenl of the company, John R. Walsh, treasurer and Frank Ranch, man' ager. Manager Rench reports that, for Hie flrsl time in the history of the company, sales wore ovei $6,000,000. This total represented $5,325.28 worth of grain and $867,' EXAMINATION, LENS AND FRAMES, COMPLETE ONLY $050 ^•Jaitovali Vision W mure CONTACT LENSES MUNISV UAOK S I'reiorlptlon Low I'rloe! CROWN OPTICAL SERVICE OlUMfi I)l»i»nsed on tlie Prescription of ni> DfiBtlfln/n I llA^ f1 •*" It • *• * *•* UK, KUtiipIV* I* «*»(»' Illlnoli llofliterod 0 406 8, WtQ/MlWAy ~ /U/TQN ,_,„. MONPAV ft FRIDAY WNTIfc 9 P.M. 74.61 for Farm Supply feeds and •elaled farm supplies. uate sily, of Western Macomb. Illinois Univer GREENFIELD — Kathy Mel vin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Gary Melvin, and Margaret El more, daughter of Mr. and Mrs William Elmore, served as 4-H delegates at the Illinois Slate Fair this week, Mark Spencer of Kankakee ha been spending two weeks with hi grandparenls, Mr. and,Mrs. Ray Spencer. His parenls, 'Mr. a n t Mrs. Lewis Ray Spencer wil spend Ihe weekend in Ihe Spencei home and he will accompany Ihem home Sunday. Westinghouse AIR CONDITIONERS Floor Samples SPECIAL LOW PRICES — Easy Terms —- MUG. 117 6100 BTU's Mental No. 081 8700 HTU't MolUO No. 101 10,000 BTU'S Moilol No. 1&% M.800 UTU'S lleuvy Duty ftloUel No, 18,00(1 WITH 6-VKAB SKIMCE WAHHANTY FEES Estimate Survey With Easy Installation Kit '209"' .'229™ .'249" '299" 88 IP, fr|. Till B'l»«M^-Wao4 River Naomi Circle ttt Bethel Clittf eh Meets MEDORA — The Nnomi MIs- otiary Circle at Bethel Baalist hurch met Thursday afternoon the church. Mrs. Ffiyc Snow conducted de- otions entitled, "Martha's Hands nd Mary's Heart." The "spec- 1" vvas presented by Mrs. Herchel Fritz, who read a ffiission- ry letter. "What Is That In Your Hand?" as the title of the lesson given y Mrs. Bess Rowder. She was ssisled by Mrs. Tossie Richey nd Mrs. Faye Snow. The next meeting will he a norning hrunch Sept. 12 ut 9:30 .m. at the chUrch. Visit t). of I. MEDORA - Mr. and Mrs. L. . Johnson and son, Gary, were i Champaign last week where Inry was attending advance en- ollmenl program and pre-collcgc ounseling at the University of linois and Mr. and Mrs. Johnon attended a parents program ponsored by the Dad's Associa* ! on and Mother's Association. Gary will be entering the Uni- ersily of Illinois in Champaign n Sept. V2 as a freshman.. Me as been awarded a scholarship i agriculture from the Kroger lompany. Meclora Lodge to Mark 'Friends Night' MEDORA — The Eastern Star vill observe "Friends Night" \ug. 20 at 8 p.m. at the Mason- c Hall. Smorgasbord MEDORA — The Junior Home- nakers will entertain the lusbands with a smorgasbord sup- 3or Saturday, Aug. 17, at I h c Black Hawk Restaurant in Jack- onville. The group will meet in VIedora at 6 p.m. before depar- ure. Summerville Church Schedules Supper MEDORA — Summerville 'resbyterian Church will have a birthday supper for those with tirthdays in July and August Friday at 6 p.m. at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ruth Maska, Wrs. Mary Schaeffer and M r s. lora Glenn and Mrs. Marily Lee. Entertainment will be provided >y Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Vorhees nd Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Targhet- a who will show slides they took ecently on a vacation trip. FBI Arrests Stickell in BattkCollapse CHICAGO (AP) — Arthur L. Slickell, a former Gnlesburg nt- orney who was a principal owner of the now defunct First Stale 3ank of Woslmont, Inns become nvolved in a series of court ac- ions. In Ihe latest development, Slickell was arrested by the FBf Iliursday and accused of send- ng $93,000 in fraudulently ob- .ained checks from Waukegan to Colorado. He had been named Monday i/i a suit filed by Iho Small Business Administration accusing him of illegal diversion of funds obtained through government loans for a firm called Midwest Capita Corp. Earlier, the Exchange Nationa Bank of Chicago filed suit in Cir cuit Court seeking payment from Midwest Capital of a $225,000 loan it said it made after stock of the Weslmont bank and Midwest Capital were put up as collateral. The SBA's suit contends that SMckell and two others—Norman H. Weaver of Galesburg and Lesler A. Brock of Deerfield—with illegal diversion of Midwest Cap ilal Corp. funds. Weaver, also of Galcsburg, is an auto dealer and former chair man of the Westmont bank. The bank's closing by the slate in May also involved Brock, who had obtained a $600,000 loan fo purchase of the Crest Finance Co of Chicago. Judge Bernard 5VI. Decker, in a U.S. District Court sossior earlier this week, named Harrj A. Ash, a Chicago attorney, a receiver of Midwest Capital. Ar SBA spokesman said the firm hai GET YOUR LEVI'S HERE WOOD RIVER LEWS 20 styles & patterns Including the newest DAUT "Spikes" and preshrunk jeans. GREENFIELD'S 309 Belle St. LOOKING FOU M INVESTMENT THAT PAYS OFF? htaihed $300,000 in federal loans. Stickoll appeared before a U.S. ommissioner in Chicago Thursday and denied he had obtained he $93,000 in checks in a fraud- ilent manner. He was released on ;is own recognizance and the learing was continued, Stickell said he had purchased wo checks with money deposited n the Byers Stale Bank ttl flyers, Colo., and that the checks were ssued by Edward Johnson, a Denver real estate developer. Jtickoll said Johnson had been 'lected presidenl of the bank Aug. !, the day the checks were issued. Federal Deposil Insurance Corporation bank examiners determined Johnson was -ineligible to )e bank presidenl, Slickell said, ind the following Monday when Johnson stepped out of office, a! transactions bearing his signature worn rr\srimled. Stickell said the checks wen redeemed and the money re- urned to him. The SBA suit contends that Stickell owned all the stock of Midwcsl Capital and lhat Weaver ivas Ihe treasurer and Brock the presidenl. tl charged that some of (lie money Ihe SBA thoughl was being loaned to small businesses was diverted. According to the suit one of Midwesl Capilal's loans went to the Calvary of God Church in Galcsburg, which the SBA said is ineligible for a business loan. It said the $15,000 was repaid to Stickell but was not restored to Midwesl Capilal. PRE-SHRUNK LEVI'S AND THE NEW WHITE LEVI'S lol N, state Phona 1SI WE GIVE PLAID STAMPS! Be alert today, alive tomorrow. j^r^^s Wllshlra Village LEWS from Age 3 to Men's GET YOUR LEVI'S BOYS'—IN REGULARS SLIMS HUSKIES SIZES TO 50 IN MEN'S AT LEADER'S DEPT. STORE 710 E. BROADWAY nmn Phone 462-9751 YOUR LEVI STORE SINCE THE YEAR 1884 Always A Winner Everybody loves a winner, and either LEVI you choose. Regular or Pre-Shrunk, you'r« bound to be a winner. 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