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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Section 2 Pages 13-20 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Clarified Sportg Amusement! Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Jersey-Calhoun Institute Oct. 10 Mrs. Bartlett Heads Jersey Grade PTA JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Harold Bartlett was elected president of the East Grade School Parent Teacher Assn. at a meeting Thursday afternoon at the school. Others elected were; Mrs. Allen Rue, vice -president; Mrs. Theodore Ansell Jr., secretary; and Miss Margaret Archer, treasurer. The policies and program for the year were adopted during tho mooting. The newly named president appointed the following committee chairmen: Mrs. Scott Courier, health; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Faulkner, hospitality; Mrs. James Pepper, spiritual education; Mrs. Allen Rue, program; Mrs. Hubert Catt, publicity; Mrs. Robert Beatty, entertainment; Claude J. Davis, legislative; Mrs. Robert Cunningham, membership; Mrs. Charles Hunter, finance; and Mrs. Dolly Chapman, PTA magazine sales. The first regular meeting of the PTA has been scheduled for Thursday at the East Elementary gymnasium. Special Purchase Men's Dress Oxfords Up to 9.95 Values WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway JERSEYVILLE — Dr. Eric Johnson, administrative assistant to the president of the Illinois State University at Normal, and professor of education there, will be one of the principal speakers at the combined institute for teachers of Calhoun and Jersey Counties Oct. 10 at the Calhoun County High School. Chester Kyle, county superintendent of schools of Calhoun County, will preside at the institute and 0. A. Wilson Jr., county superintendent of schools of Jersey County, is assisting with arrangements. Dr. Johnson has had broad experience and training in the educational field. He was for a number of years director of the Illinois Cirriculeum Program Committee which constantly reviews the needs of the schools of tho state and work out new programs and methods of teaching. Since then he has been at the Illinois State University which specializes in training teachers. His topic at the institute will be "New Developments and Needs in Education." Another speaker will be secured to address the elementary teachers but has not yet been named. The schools of Jersey and Calhoun Counties will be closed Oct. 10 to permit the teachers to attend the institute. They will also be closed the following day, Oct. 11, to give teachers an opportunity to attend the meeting of the Marquette Division of he Illinois Educational Association in Granite City. Sportsman's Club to Meet at Carrollton CARROLLTON - C and E Sportsmans Club will meet September 9 at 8 p.m. at Robin Hood. Plans will also be made for the free fish and chicken supper to be served to members and their families at Robin Hood Sunday Sept. 15. In respecf to the memory of BEN F. STATEN We wish fo express our sincere appreciation to all those who assisted us in "any way during our recent bereavement. Mrs. Ben Staten and family CHARTER MEMBERS Mrs. James Elledge (left) show chairman, is pictured greeting (left to right) Mrs. L. D. Palmer, Mrs. Richard Coft'een, Mrs. J. G. Riggs, and Mrs. M. A. Hessenauer, charter members, who were among those honored at the annual fall flower show and 25th anniversary observance of the Wood River Garden Club Saturday in the Lewis- Clark restaurant, East Alton. Other charter members are: Mrs. Robert Lane, first president, now residing in California; Mrs. Clinton Tucker, Bethalto school teacher; Mrs. O. G. Tipton, Colorado; Mrs. W. E. Hopper, Washington; and the late Mrs. Anna Manning. Junior Women of Jersey List Projects for Year JERSEYVILLE — Projects of the Ways and Means committee of the Jerseyville Junior Woman's Club for the coming year have been announced by Mrs. Richard Gubser, committee chairman. On "Sidewalk Days", Sept. 20 and 21, the club will operate a soft drink wagon located in front of the Jersey State Bank. On Oct. 19 "Trick or Treat Candy" will be sold at both the Jersey State Bank and State Bank of Jersey- vine. Proceeds of this project will be for the Brain Research project for which an annual drive is made each year by the club. The Christmas dance of the Junior Women's Club will take place on Dec. 21 at the Elks Club and the public is invited to attend. The first regular meeting of the club will be held on Sept. 24 beginning with a potluck. This is the only meeting which will be DON on Jeweler Wilshlre Shopping Center BULOVA, ELGIN & HAMILTON WATCHES held in the Jaycee Hall this year. Those wishing to join the club may do so at this time. A special meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Rodger Egelhoff last week. The club budget was presented and explained to new members following which it was unai- mously adopted. Rites for C. P. Casev j Set Tuesday EVANSTON, 111. (AP)-Funeral services will be held Tuesday for Charles P. Casey, former director of the Illinois Department o: Public Works and Buildings, who died Saturday at the age of 76. Casey was born and educated in Carrollton, 111. He began his political career as a clerk in the Illinois House. A Democrat, he later became an assistant to former U.S. Senator Scott Lucas, D-I11. Casey was state director of public works unler the late Gov. Henry Horner and former Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson. Almost any furnace can keep you... WOlV...Enjoy Greater COMFORT, SAFETY and ECONOMY |M PERIAL GAS FURNACE There Is an IMPORTANT difference in With G-E "Pin Point" heating you can ferencel Here'* why: gas furnaces, •feel" the dif- COMFORT Balanced heatl Consistent temperatures! 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Swirling air patting over hundreds of "Pin Points" drawt maximum heat from the G-E cast Iron heat exchanger for maximum heating economy and efficiency. A G«E. exclusive. ALTCH BOTTLED GAS CO. HUAT1NG AND AIR- CONDITIONING SPECIALISTS GODFREY ROAD "We Sell Comfort" PHONE 466-346} FieldonMan Is Run Over By Tractor JERSEYVILLE — Bruce Is- inghausen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Isringhausen of Fieldon was admitted to the Jersey Community Hospital Friday evening after he was run over oy a tractor at his home. A hospital spokesman said Isringhausen received contusions }f the wall of the abdomen. No details of the accident were available. Jersey Hospital Notes JERSEYVILLE — Dell Brunson of Jerseyville was treated Friday morning for injuries sustained the night before in an auto accident on Piasa Hill when the brakes on his car fail- sd. He had contusions and strain ->t the left shoulder. He was released after treatment. Harry Sinclair of Jerseyvill suffered an insect sting on the back Friday morning on Eas Pearl street and was treated at the local hospital. Leo Wittman of Jerseyville :ut his left foot with a lawn mower blade Friday evening. He was taken to the Jersey Hospital where sutures were taken to close the wound. Harvest of Soybeans is Under Way «/ JERSEYVILLE — Soybeans [have been ripening rapidly the past 10 days and combining of the early varieties is beginning this week in a number of areas on a large scale. A few of the very early varieties were marketed the latter part of the week at 1 o c a 1 grain elevators. Beach Grain Co. reported Saturday that a number of deliveries of early beans had been received, but it was impossible to determine the average yield per acre as not enough combining had been completed to determine a jper acre average yield. In most of Jersey County where rainfall has been plentiful during July and August the outlook for a good yield is reported excellent. The early maturing varieties promise a better than usual production, and the late varieties such as the Clark show promise of excellent yields. W.D. Stiehl Will Seek State Post EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. (AP)I William D. Stiehl, St. Clair GOP county chairman, has announced his candidacy for attorney general of Illinois on the 19(M Republican ballot. Stiehl, 37, a Belleville attorney, made the announcement during a testimonial reception given in his honor Sunday by the 24th Illinois Congressional District Precinct Committee. The St. Clair GOP leader ac cused Atty. Gen. William G. Clark eused Atty. Gen. William G. Clark of "conceit and contempt for the responsibilities of his office." He said Clark has increased payrolls and personnel and madu tho unprecedented move of giving his staff $68,500 in bonuses at the end of the 19151 biennium. All this occurred, Stiehl said, at the time when Gov. Otto Kerner was preaching "Spartan Econo my." Grand Jury To Report In Jersey JERSEYVII.LE - The Jersey County grand jury has been summoned to report at 10 a.m. Sept. 23, the opening day ol Circuit Court. Members of the regular panel selected by the Board of Supervisors are: Elsah, Betty Lorene Dossier and Alice D. Condit; Engish, Walter Felter and W a y n c lonrad; Fidelity, Wilbur Loy and Catherine Moore; Jersey, Robert Vladson, Dale Staples, Alfred 3eiermann, Theodore Atchison and Elsie Worothey; Mississippi, Anna L. Beatty and Fred East; Otter Creek, Russell A. Campbell and Margaret Osborn; Piasa, William Roach and Roy Wagenblast; Quarry, Clinton Cope and Earl Legate; Richwood, Raymond Hnushaltcr and Willreno Powers; Rosedale, Itella Kanallakan. Ruyle, Kenneth Sanders. S i x members of the supplemental panel have also been summoned for the opening day of court. They are: Elsah, Joseph Finkes and John DeSherlia; Inglish, Henry Goeman and Valentine Kallal, and Fidelity, Earl ttchey and Alma Strunk. Jersey Students to Go to Josephimim JERSEYVILLE — Two students who were graduated this year from St. Francis Xavier's Parochial School will leave Sept. 11 for Worthington, 0., where they will be first year high school students at Josephinum College. They are Thomas Tucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tucker, and Wayne Schell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schell of Jerseyville. Other local boys who are returning to Josephinum College, where they will be second - year high school students, are Robert Tucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tucker, and John Joseph Pohlman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Polman. Springfield Picture Ceiling on State Aid Saves State $460,000 By TOM LOFTUS Telegraph Correspondent Ceilings on public assistance payments in Illinois have saved (he state $4(50,000 during the first the current bicn- wove established two months of nium. Tho ceilings by the last General Assembly after a prolonged hassle between the House and Senate, which two conference committees could not settle. Moreover, Harold Swank, director of the newly - established Department of Public Welfare, told the Illinois Budgetary Commission, that, before June 30, 1965, he anticipates the ceilings to result in a total saving of about $12 million. Swank was making his first report to the commission as a code department director. Formerly, ic reported as executive secretary of the old Illinois Public Aid Commission. Turbulent Topics Ceilings on public aid, established on the insistence of the Republican dominated Senate first and the Republican majority in the House second, were the turbulent topics of legislative argument which bottled up other bills in both houses in the early part of the session. Democrats opposed the ceilings and that opposition was led by Gov. Otto Kerner. House Republicans differed only from Senate Republicans in the degree of limitation on aid payments. Finally when ceilings were established, it was against testimony given in committee hearings by IPAC representatives and some legisla tors from both sides of the aisle. No comment was made, however, by any former opponents of the ceilings (and some are members of the budgetary commission) when Swank made his report. Tim director also told the commission he was initialing an investigation into single - person cases on relief rolls. There are now 16,000 such cases on t h n rolls, he said, of which 11,400 arc in Chicago and 4,600 downstate. Some of these, Swank said, might be employable. Just how many his investigation will determine. Watching I'rolm Gov. Kerner and Department vhich legislation mented Judicial f Public Safety Director Joseph Ragon are watching an investigation into kickbacks from tow- ng service operators to state po- icemen in Cook, DuPage, Luke and Kane Counties. The kickbacks ran as high as to 50 per cent of the towing charge, the governor said, but did not outline any detail on specific dates, towing firms and most in- eresting of all, the names of the officers involved. Ragen said the practice appeared to have been in use for "at east 10 years." Ragen and Wiliam Morris, superintendent of state police, are directing the investigation. Will Be Rotated Illinois Supreme Court Justice Ray I. Klingbiel of East Moline, will automatically be rotated back into his second term as chief justice of the high court. He will serve until Jan. 1, 1964, after J & A Springman HAS JACUZZI PUMPS AND WATER SYSTEMS Godfrey. 111. Ph. 4bG-34:il LOOK-WE'VE QUINTUPLED! 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House Speaker John Lewis s considering a speaking tour in :he state and it isn't just coincidence thai he would speak in nany of Ihe same cities where Gov. Kerner has recently appear- d. Lewis, who has announced his support of Illinois Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier for the Republican nomination as governor, is not only expected to offer a different version of the legislative session that the governor presented, but is expected to thump a few political drums for his candidate. 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