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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SUVEN Trujillo Ghost Still Rules in Santo Domingo By ROBERT BBRRELLEZ SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP)-The ghost of Generalissimo Rafael Lconldas Trujillo still rules the Dominican Republic. The memory of the dictator, dead two years, was a major fac tor in the 1962 presidential election. His shadow today threatens the stability of this Infant democracy. Juan Bosch, a white-thatched author-professor was swept into office only eight months ago by a crushing national vote of approval. Now his growing unpopularity is one of many disturbing signs here. "The trouble here," says a foreign businessman, "is that everyone wants to govern, but after 31 years of tyranny nobody really knows how." Incompetence A lack of distinguishable national and international policies springs from widespread administrative incompetence. This has aroused the business and professional classes and some segments of labor, and tended to alienate the Roman Catholic Church. As a result, a once-bright economic picture is dimming and the probabilities of violence are increasing. There is a growing feel- Ing that President Bosch's gov ernment may not survive long. Prominent Dominicans regard the tenor and scope of the opposition as confirming a theory that Bosch didn't win the 1962 presidential elections, the National Civic Union lost them. This view holds that the once- powerful civic union lost out when it insisted on a pre-election policy of punishing all former collaborators and associates of > Trujillo. It is said a great segment of the population—Including the military establishment — felt itself threatened by such a policy and therefore came to regard Bosch as the lesser of two evils. The Irony of the situation now is that Bosch, whose revolution ary party adopted a soft approach to the Trujillo issue, has asked for stiff confiscation measures against all who might have ben- efited—«ven indirectly—under the fallen tyrant. Announcement of a new confiscation law drove antigovernment feeling to its most dangerous peak. The uproar was but one of the many storms kicked up by the Bosch regime. By word and deed the president seems to have contributed to unrest that has driven investment capital away and frightened American companies whose holdings are valued at $100 million. There have been recent signs the president is softening his sometimes stubborn and arbitrary attitudes. But there are fears the situation cannot continue as it is without an explosion. Any move by Bosch to stem the tide and restore confidence in the business sector by easing up on some of his reforms could be the signal for the Castroites and far left to make their move. Eldred Pastime Clnb Entertained ELDRED — Mrs. William Brannan entertained the Pastime Club at her home in Carrollton Wednesday afternoon. P r e s e n I were 10 members and a guest Mrs. Lnlu Haddock. Roll call was "My First School and Teacher. 1 Mrs. Kenneth Brannan was the reader. The next meeting will be Oct. 2 at the home of Mrs. Eve lena Black. Eldrcd Notes ELDRED - Miss Patsy Bland daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bland, has completed a course at Miss Mickey's Secretarial schoo! in St. Louis and accepted a position in Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clendenen have purchased a home near Belltown and have moved there They sold their property on Rte. 108 to Cleo Pyatt. The Pyatt family have moved from the R L. Scott property south of here The Household Science Club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Edward Bakei near Rockbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGlasson and family have moved from a Cooke Valley Farms tenant house to the Frank Srhild prop crty on Elm Street. Miss Darla Havelka, Jerry Farrow and Charles Helton will return to SIU in Carbondale and Terry Hillig will enter as a freshman. Miss Diane Adcock will leave Monday for St. Louis where she has enrolled in the St. Louis School of Automation. Miss Havelka, who will be a senior and is majoring in home economics, is assisting Mrs. Billye Grisword, teacher in the Carrollton Community High School where she will receive her September Field experience. Junior Homeniakers To Meet at Medora MEDORA — The Macoupin County home advisor, Jacqueline Harris, will give the major lesson, "Fabric Versus Form And Design," at the Junior Homemakers meeting Tuesday, Sept. 10. The meeting is scheduled for 8 p.m. at the .home of Mrs. Russell Reno. New officers will be installed. Gorham Funeral MEDORA — Funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon for Mrs. Ollie Gorham at Warner Funeral H»me by the Rev. William Greer. Pallbearers were: Herschel Fritz, Rich, Herschel Truman Chandler, Jack Eddleman, William Searles, and Charles Hembrow. Burial was in Medora Cemetery. Extension Unit MEDORA — The K em per Homemakers Extension Unit will meet at the home of Mrs. Marion Voyles Monday at 2 p.m. Leaves Hospital MEDORA — Mrs. Melvin Bowman was brought home from Alton , Memorial Hospital Thursday after being a patient for several days. Jersey Youth Witnesses »^ Burning of Viet Nam Monk JERSEYVILLE — A Jerseyville soldier stationed in South Viet Nam witnessed the burning of A Buddist Monk during the present disturbances there. Sp4 Richard Quinn described the incident in a letter to his mother, Mrs. Annabelle Quinn, 407 Hollow Ave. The letter relating to the action of the monk is part follows: "I saw a rather interesting thing today. I had the afternoon off so I started downtown to get some things. Around a little park, I saw a crowd of people and a ring of armed soldiers. Inside t h e ring of soldiers was a jeep station wagon and three Buddist monks. On the jeep station wagon was a cou pie of loud speakers and someone talking in Vietnamese. "One monk sat down cross legged, and the other two pdurec gas over him. He then proceeded to strike a match and light himself. As he burned, he Just sat there, didn't move or ywll or anything. The crowd started to gel excited so I thought it was best I make myself scarce around there so I came on back, "I guess the Japs thought hari- kari was something but these Buddists really go in for the deal big like, a real production out of the thing. "So far this week, one plane has been shot down. They have gotten 113V's and now this Budd- ist thing. Things are beginning to pick up but I guess that's what I'm here for." New Manager of Reese Drug JERSEYVILLE - John Bray of Jerseyville, who was graduated in June from the St. Louis School of Pharmacy, has accepted a position as manager and pharmacist of Reese Drug Store here. He succeeds Otis Seago who has been serving as manager. Seago will continue with the firm. Bray has been employed at the Reese Drug Store in Godfrey the past few years. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bray Sr. of this city. He and his family reside in Jerseyville. Treated for Lacerated Hand JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. George Pickerel of Jerseyville was treated at the Jersey Community Hospital at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday for a hand injury. She was cut ting up a chicken at the h o m e of her uncle when the knife slipped and lacerated the knuckle of the index finger of her left hand. The wound was sutured. . Given Honorable Mention JERSEYVILLE — Miss Donna Jo Shane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Shane Jr. of Jerseyville has received honorable mention for her academic work the past semester at MacMurray College in Jacksonville. Honorable mention required carrying at least 14 hours of academic work with a B-plus average. Daughter Born JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Edwin Meyer have given Mrs. the name Mary Catherine to their infant daughter born at 10:15 p.m. Aug. 30 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 5 pounds 11 ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Barnes of Ham- Durg and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer of Brussels and is a great rand daughter of Mrs. Abbott Smith of Hamburg and Charles Zimmerman of Golden Eagle. Mrs. Meyer was formerly Miss Joyce Barnes. Other children in the family FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull are Rose Marie 3'/ 2 , Twins Douglas and Donna 2, and Charles 11 months. Parents of Dmightpr JERSEYVILLE - Mr. and Mrs. Neil Christen of Rte. 1, Jerseyville, have chosen ihe name Darla Dee for their infant daughter born at 12:52 a.m. Aug. 29 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds! 12 ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rhoads of Alton and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Christen of Jerseyville. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Christen was Miss Mary Rhoads. Other children of the couple are Debra 11, Leonard 6, Mary Frances 4, Gigi 3, Dawn 2 and Cindy 11 months. Guests at Hnnley Home JERSEYVILLE — Miss Winnafred Shepard of White Hall and her niece, Mrs. Helen Search of Princeton, N. J., were guests this week at the home of Mrs. William F. Hanley. Mrs. Search who is assistant comptroller of Princeton University, is visiting with Miss Shepard in White Hall. Court Guard "And in which mad gay bistro shall we dine tonight? 'Mother's Colonial Cottage'? or 'Fred n' Edie's Chuck Wagon'?" Lions Carnival Opens Tonight at Carlinville Exams Set For Dec. 7 Rep. Melvin Price, (Dem.) today announced that competitive examinations for entrance to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy will be icld nationwide on Dec. 7. Price emphasized the opportunity offered to qualify for a commission as a career officer in America's oldest continous seagoing service. "There are no Congressional appointments or geographical quotas for entrance to the Coast Guard Academy," Prise said. "I urge all qualified young men who are interested in this worthwhile profession to write me for details and application as soon as possible at 1234 New House Office Building, Washington 25, D.C. Applications are now being accepted by the Coast Guard Academy and must be sent to Commandant, U.S. Coast Guard, Washington. D.C. not later than November CARLINVILLE - The 20th annual Lions Silver Dollar Carnival will open for a two - night run tonight on the east side of the public square. Several new innovations have been added to the usual favorite booths. Special year include a p.m. today, the attractions parade at appearance this 6:30 both evenings of a German band and special lighting effects for the carnival area. The carnival will open as the parade hits the roped - off area on the Square. The parade will assemble at 6 p.m. on the west side of the courthouse. Featured in the parade will be the five queen candidates, the Clark, Wanda Misses Linda Emery, Donna Gerber, Judy Sanson and Jane Whitler. Saturday evening will be crowned at the queen 10:30 p.m. from the specially erected platform at the east end of the carnival area. Voting for the queen will continue until the evening of the crowning. The carnival will open each evening at 7 p.m. The usual kid- die rides, games for adults and food and novelty stands will be offered. Memorial Service CARLINVILLE — A memorial service for the late T. K. Rinaker will be held in the Macoupin County Circuit Court room in the courthouse at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday by the Macoupin County Bar Association. The service will be open to the public. WCTU Convention CARLINVILLE - The annual convention of the Macoupin County Women's Christian Temperance Union will a.m. Wednesday be held at 10 at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Carlinville. There will be a potluck dinner at noon. The program will include! reports by local presidents and; officers and directors will be: elected. 11 Colleges Share Grant Of $236,000 WASHINGTON (AP) — Eleven Mid'vsirrn universities will sharp, a $233,016 there-year federal grant for a new pro<jmm to train per sonnpl in hiomeleorology, the Public Heallh Service announced today. The grant was made to the schools by the division of air pollution through the University of Illinois. Dr. Frederick Sargent II, professor of physiology at Illinois, is chairman of the proposed three- year program. Biometeorology Is a relatively new science concerned with the effects of weather on man, animals and plants. < Sargent said (he 11 universities are already engaged in joint studies in other fields, through a cooperative organization called the Committee on Institutional Cooperation. This common venture allows graduate students to receive training ii. various disciplines at several of (he universities and enables them to utilize unique facilities not available elsewhere, he added. Participating with Illinois are: University of Chicago. Indiana University, Iowa State University, University of Michigan, Michigan Sfate University, University of Minnesota, Northwestern University Ohio State University, Purdue University and the University of Wisconsin. Man Fined $10 on Disorderly Charge Joseph Martin, 39, of 2008 Lewis Drive, was finrd $10 and costs this morning by Police Magistrate George Roberts after pleading guilty to a charge of disorderly conduct. Martin was arrested at 11:40 p.m. Thursday by police on a warrant signed by a citizen residing in the 2.">00 block of Clawson Strrrt where Martin was found in a yard. Greek Land Up ATHENS — Greek real estate, always at a premium, is now at an all time high. 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