Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 10
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September 5, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PAGE TEN State Wants Bite of U.S. Inheritance JOLIET, 111. (AP)—Thr state ofj Illinois will seek today $24.210.73 in inheritance taxes from the estate of a bachelor who willed his entire fortune to the United States. The federal government, at a Will County Court hearing, will attempt to claim all of $152.644.701 in real estate and bonds left by George Policandriotes to pay public debts. A machinist, watchmaker, real estate broker and lightouse keeper at various times, Policandriotes emigrated more than 60 years ago from Mykonos Island near Greece. Policandriotes, who was 84 when he died in March 1962, also had an interest in a large vegetable producing concern near his home in Joliet. The state tax claim on the estate was assessed by a Will County judge. The U.S. government, however, demanded the er.Mre fortune, saying it was exempt because Po- licandriotes' March 7, 1946, will stated: "In the case of my death all of my properties personal and real estate must and not otherwise, go to the federal government of the United Slates of America to be paid public debts. Leave nothing to all my relatives." VF W Women Of Jersey to Meet Monday JERSEYVILLE — The Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will meet at the Post Home at 8 p.m. Monday. The Macoupin County Council VFW and Auxiliary will have a picnic supper at Beaver Dam Park Sept. 15 at 3 p.m. Each family will furnish their own food, drink and table service. The regular meeting of the Macoupin County Council will be held at 8 p.m. Oct. 12 at the VFW Post in Staunton. The local VFW Auxiliary paid a visit to the State Hospital in Jacksonville today and prepared a dinner for the veteran patients there. They also took therapy material and reading material etc. for the patients. Mrs. Tweedy Moved Here JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Frances Tweedy, who has been a patient in the Wood River Township Hospital, has been moved to the Watson Nursing Home here. Her condition is much improved. 4 Treated for Injuries at Jersey Hospital JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Phillip Platto of Jerseyville was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital at 9:45 a.m. Monday after she cut her ring linger on the left hand in the steering wheel of an automobile. The injury was treated and x-ray examination made. Richard Springman, 17, son of Mrs. Hazel Springman of Jerseyville, sprained his right wrist when he fell backward while skating at the roller rink in Carroll ton Sunday evening. He was treat ed at the Jersey Hospital and released. Clifford Jewsbury, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Jewsbury Sr., of Jerseyville, stepped on a nail Monday morning and suffered a puncture wound of the left foot. He was treated at the Jersey Hospital. Mrs. Joseph Hanson of Jersey ville sustained a leg injury in an auto accident which occurred north of Eldred Monday after noon. She had a laceration below the knee of the right leg about four inches long. Following treatment at the hospital she was dis missed. Attends Planning Meeting JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Pearl E. Johnson, member of the State Committee of Farm Women, at tended a meeting of the group in Bloomington Tuesday at which time plans for the fall meeting were formulated. Jerseyans at Family Reunion JERSEYVILLE — The Rainey Thomas-Eldred family reunion was held in Jacksonville at Mac Murray cabin Sunday. Attending from here were: Mr. and Mrs Clarence Schmidt arid son, Tom and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Ryan HofrtesH at Duiner JERSEYVILLE —Mrs. Wilma Beach was hostess at a dinne Monday at her home in Jersey ville, the guest Including M i s Frances E. Smith and Miss Ver na Hartman of Wood River teacher* in the Wood River High School; Mrs. Dean Cooper of Al ton, Mrs. Elmer Lanham and Miss Amy Wiegund of Jersey ville. Return From Hinsdale JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs Austin Cope and the former's sis ter, Mrs. Ollie Hardman returned Tuesday following several days visit with the couple's daughter Mrs. Doris J. Osmond in liins dale, 111. Mrs. Osmond Is musk supervisor in the Hinsdalc .Schools. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Tttt)ttS0A¥, SEPTEMBER 5, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN Decorator 28"x3t" Plate Gloss Mirror Early Bird Appliance Buysl Twin ground Pittsburgh plate glats! 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Biedermans have just completed o company-wide inventory and we have been authorized to place on sain, not only our own merchandise, but, many items from our St. Louis warehouses! We're offering this merchandise in a simple, straightforward way that anyone with a sharp eye for Bargains, is sure to appreciate! We have presented this merchandise here as it appears on our inventory stock lists! Briefly described with the quantity and price! As you can see the prices have been reduced spectacularly. ..more than normaj, even for a Sale of this kind, because we are able to save the expense of the usual after-inventory warehouse sale! You will not be asked to come to a hot, dusty warehouse! We have moved this merchandise to Our Store . . .The floors Will be crowded, but a lot more comfortable and convenient for you! You won't want to miss this sale, or any of these Bargains, so please come early! W A'X^X/** - ^^ **+ ^Mf*"**! --. 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Legs fold for easy storage in closet or ^" corner • None Delivered Proctor-Silex Steam- Dry Iron with Fabric Control! Leak- proof! Lightweight, easy to handle! Of chrome with plastic C 99 handle! V None Delivered • Proctor-Silex Toaster Automatic with color control to adjust toasting time! Snap - open crumb tray! Lovely C99 chrome finish! ** None Delivered Toaster-Broiler by Proctor-Silex has automatic heat control! Toasts, broils and grills! Slimline chrome! 6" None Delivered 4-Slice Toaster by Proctor-Silex with new sleek chrome design! Color selector, hinged crumb trays! II 88 •Thermostat! • i None Delivered electric Can Opener and knife sharpener by Rival, the newest! Fold-away table rest! Tl 99 Recessed handle! • Housewife Heads Drive ForGoldwater By BASIL C. RAFKBl'V OMAHA, Neb. (AP)-Mrs. Tni- man Wood has a husband, three children, two telephones, an aging car. a newly seeded lawn and a political gold mine. She does her own housework, sometimes with a lift from her children, the oldest of whom is Robin, 9, and tries to keep the newly seeded lawn wet down. But shn has Riven up bridge, interior decorating and the Junior League. Mrs. Wood, a trim, Vivacious blue-eyed blonde of 35 and a sixth-generation Omahan, is one of the originators and the prime mover in what she calls an astonishingly simple do-it-yourself campaign to make Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona the 1964 Republican presidential nominee. It is incorporated as "Gold for Goldwater of Nebraska," and its registered office is 5410 Seward Street, Omaha, the Wood home. The campaign currently is yielding between $2,000 and $2,500 per week "and I really believe we haven't even scratched the surface," said Mrs. Wood, whose husband is a sales executive for an oil refinery. Contributions to the campaign, which already has enlisted about 1,400 persons in 32 states, are largely in the form of postdated checks from $10 up. They are placed in escrow in the United States National Bank of Omaha under an agreement which provides they will be turned over to the corporation for use if Goldwater is nominated, but will be burned by the bank if he is not. So far these checks total about $12,000. Mrs. Wood says the dollar value of the contributions is "completely secondary" to the number of people the money represents. "People who give money now are committing themselves as workers," she said. It is her ambition to see Goldwater go into the national convention next year with a broad enough base of support to protect him from compromises hatched in smoke-filled rooms. Mrs. Wood, daughter of former Republican congressman toward Buffett of Omaha, lived in Washington for six years as a girl. But so far as politics was concerned, "I was a complete dodo — that's my nickname, — Dodo," she said. It was not until she attended the 1952 Republican National Convention with her father and saw the late Sen. Robert A. Taft lose the nomination in a matter of hours that her ideas on practical politics began to take shape. Aiders Hear Mrs. Jaynes At Shipman SHIPMAN — Mrs. Austin Taynes spoke on "Retarded Children" and showed films and recordings of the work done at the Carlinville School where she is a teacher, at the Christian Aider meeting Monday night at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Archer- Jr. The president, Mrs. Earl Alen, appointed Mrs. Arnold Bohlmeyer and Mrs. Delbert Lister to investigate the need for new equipment in the primary department of the Methodist Sunday School. Mrs. Kenneth Archer, Mrs. Marlin Archer and Mrs. Dale Maxwell served refreshments to 15 members and two guests, Mrs. Donald Allen and Mrs. Kenneth Archer Sr. Parents of Son SHIPMAN — SP-4 and Mrs. Dale Williams are parents of a son, their first child, born in Germany. Mrs. Williams was the former Miss Rachael Kirby. Mrs. Wilma Kirby is the maternal grandmother and the great grandmothers are Mrs. Mildred Crocker and Mrs. Elizabeth Kirby. Family Reunion SHIPMAN - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burnett entertained members of their family during the Labor Day holiday. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barnett and family of Dayton, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barnett of Heartsville, S. Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Franklin, Holden City, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Eads, St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Barnett and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bouillon and family, and Don Barnett all of Piasa. Birth Announcement SHIPMAN - Mr. and Mrs. Donald Green are parents of a son, their first child, born Saturday at the Jerseyville Hospital. le has been named Wayne Edward. Mrs. Greene was the former Miss Lavonne Shaw. The ma- ernal grandmother is Mrs. Ma- •ie Shaw. Shipinun Notes SHIPMAN — Mrs. James Ashton of Alton spent Tuesday with Miss Patty Alward. Tony Sdiuetz, 9, is a patient it the Curlinvllle Area Hospital. N TWIST MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) Add this to the list of mad-cap ideas. A miniature golf course held a combined Twist-a-Thon, G o 11- a-Thon, svith coijjuetitWB while twisting. •\

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