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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINE Soviet Landing On Moon Seen In Near Future By ALTON BLAKE8LBE Associated Press Science Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Soviet spaceships soon will begin exploring the moon, perhaps within a few months, some space scientists predict. Carrying automatic instruments, they could turn the moon into a Soviet scientific garden. Long before American astronauts land on the moon, Soviet scientists could reap answers to Edwardsville C. of C. Plans Activities EDWARDSVILLE -r The agricultural committee of the chamber of commerce has outlined activities for the 1963-64 year, Chamber Secretary Albert Pauli reported. Five general areas of work were planned by the committee in a three - hour session Wednesday evening, Pauli said. Areas of work of the committee include: farm youth activities, farm and business information, agri-busi- ness dub and social functions and farm and plant tours. Jack Turner of the Florist Mutual Insurance Co. is general chairman. Chairmen were named to the special activity committees. The committee as a whole will meet on the second Wednesday of each month in the chamber office and the five sub-committees will conduct individual meetings on their activities. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE — Two area residents were admitted Thursday to St. Joseph's Hospital. Highland, seven patients were discharged and one birth recorded. Born to Mr, and Mrs. Larry Krapf, 311 State, a son, at 7:58 a.m. Thursday, weight 5 pounds 11 ounces. The mother is the former .Betty Ashauer. Admitted were: Mrs. Amelia Sedekum, 917 Ruskin; Miss Laurene Hanser, 620 N. Buchanan. Discharged were: Lester Grant, 841 Prickett; Mrs. Judith Krome, Rte. 1; Mrs. Edna Henke, 1444 Eberhart; Mrs. Kathryn Trebing, Rte. 1; George Berlemann, 185 Maple; Russell Stunkel, 1311 Mary 32 2"M" St. Tour St. EDWARDSVILLE — Members of the Edwardsville Senior "Y" Club Tuesday visited the St. Louis Planetarium and the Forest Park Zoo, as part of the entertainment ^pro^ram planned for the Senior" Citizens group, according to John Paddock, "Y" General secretary. The group, numbering 21, visited the ^Planetarium during the morning hours, epjoyed a picnic lunch in Forest Park at noon and toured, the Zoo following luncheon. major mysteries about the moon surface, its craters, its interior, and perhaps is probable origin. The Soviets already have rocket—used to hurl their cosmonauts around the earth—powerful enough to land sensitive automatic instruments softly on the moon one U.S. expert says. But it will be two years or more before the United States has a moon rocket capable of doing the same thing he claims. "It is only logical to expect the Russians to begin intensive exploration of the moon by remote control—which we would do right now if we could," said this scientist, who asked not to be quoted by name. Sir Bernard Lovell, British radio astronomer, has predicted the Soviets would be making "soft* landings of instruments on the moon, possibly within a matter of months. "The signs seem to point to im minent Soviet landings on thi moon with highly sophisticated instruments," the American scien tist said. "We presume the Rus sians will want to do the same type of exploration we plan to do before sending men to an un known place." The U.S. plans call for orbiting a television-equipped spacecraf around the moon, and for landing automatic instruments, in the program known as Surveyor. The rocket for the Surveyor landings is the Centaur, using liquid hydrogen fuel. The timeta ble for Centaur has slipped near ly two years, the scientist said. "We're simply stymied for lack of a rocket booster. With their head start on powerful boosters the Russians could skim tht cream in scientific exploration o the moon. I think we have to ex pect it." The Soviets already have sen a space probe smashing into the moon's face, and taken some tele vision photographs of its backside as well as sending probes pas the moon. One American Rangei probe hit the back side of the moon. K of Cs Confer First Degree on Five Members Five men received the first de gree of the Alton Knights of lumbus Thursday evening in cer emonies at the K. of C. Building 403 E. Fourth St. The first degree class was nam ed in honor of Louis E. Burgoyn who before retiring from offic in October had served the Altoi Council of the K. of C. as finan cial secretary for 22 years. Grand Knight John F. Oetken Jr. presented Burgoyne with certificate of merit. Those receiving the initiation were: Andrew Curlovic, John F Oetken, Sr., Sephen Tassinari Ronald Tepen and Ronald Wis- nasky. Bunker Hill Teachers Host to District Board ; BUNKER HILL - The mem- .bers of the board of education «nd their spouses were guests at 6 "get-acquainted" tea this, week given by the classroom teachers f the school. Following the' tea, the board met and permission was granted Superintendent Mason Holmes to employ a part-time librarian in the high school 1 program. The proposal of Ellsworth and Mearle Landers and Georg-q Sen- iker taking land from the Bunke Hill School District and placing it in the Staunton District was de nied. Lnaves Hospital BUNKER HILL — Miss Nev; Jo Schreier, daughter, of Mr. an Mrs. Edwin Schreier, was dis missed from St. Francis Hospit al, Litchfield, Thursday noon an returned to her home here. Nev entered the hospital Sunda; morning. rj^/lVv DAIRY ] iu,uiy STORE 605 Berkshire Blvd., Eosr Alton Dial 259-7414 GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK By DON E. CHAMBERLAIN Telegraph Correspondent SPRINGFIELD, III., - (Spec- al) — Illinois House Speaker bhn W. Lewis Jr. (R-Marshall), urged today that a 10-member tate Commission, equally divided between Republicans and Democrats, establish a "definite >recedure" in considering reap- wrtionment of 59 House of Representative districts. The procedure, hn said in an nterview, should be by areas. "I am a little disappointed that he Commission (members o f which were named by Gov. Otto x>th major party state commit- ees) hasn't definitely gone ahead," said Speaker Lewis. "I ITS THAT-A-WAY Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson points to sign in Bodoe in Northern Norway that tells the distance in time to the LBJ Ranch in Texas. Norwegian children crowd around as John- son points the way to his home. The vice-presidential party got rousing welcome during stop at Bodoe. (AP Wire- photo) Hospital Notes Alton Memorial MEDICAL Mrs. Carrie Reno, 2111 Main St. James Hartwick, 1812 Park Ave. Mrs. Winifred Herbstreit, 2017 Hazel Loren Johnson, East Alton L,aura Hunter, Jerseyville Mrs. Lula Wardle, 215 Lampert lenn Gaine.s, Wood River Mrs. Marilyn Rich, East Alton Omer Whitlock, 2124 Wyckoff Mrs. Mary Holbeck, Cottage Hills SURGICAL Jimmy Hampsey, Wood River Mrs. Anna Baker, Wood River James Carroll, 3510 Oscar Cynthia Dixon, Kane Nancy Fulkrod, Moro Mrs. Mary Jane Vinyard, Eldred Mrs. Ruth Nation, Bethalto DISMISSALS Mrs. Sharon Leonard, Bathalto Mrs. Edith McLain, 3736 E. Doerr Mrs. Dora Russell, Cottage Hills Mrs. Gertrude Hale, 2303 Hale Dr. Melodie Sale, Godfrey Lorin Dye, 2707 Bloomer Hubert Devine, Brussels Mrs. Anita Schreier, Bethalto Betty Wilburn, East Alton Joseph Dwiggins, W. Alton, Mo. Mary Ann Oros, East Alton Mrs. Mary Flack, Bethalto Ronald Steele, Worden Christian Taylor, Rosedale Mrs. Olga Tarpoff, Granite City Mrs. Lorraine Fosha, 628 Henry Mrs. Donna Kelso, 2648 Seminary Michael Cook, East Alton St. Anthony's MEDICAL Karen Campbell, East Alton Frederick C. Rice, 3415 Yost Forrest Bailey, 3213 Hawthorne Mrs. Roberta Campbell, 1722 Market Mrs, Norma Walters, 728 Central Mrs. Adelina Percival, 1300 State Mrs. Willie Greer, 2609 Powhatan Miss Kathleen Welch, Godfrey Mrs. Millie Belcher,. Bethalto DISMISSALS Miss Delberta Wrestler, Jennings, Mo. Raymond Jouett, 2501 Kohler Mrs. Maude E. Jouett, 2501 Kohler Larry D. Stone, Piasa, 111. Guvie Henderson, 1101 Belle Mrs. Dorothy Peterson, Moro Pierce W. Bratton, 1105 Milnor James F. Crowe, Bethalto Undergoes Surgery Longtime Alton resident Mrs, Florence Ashlock underwent surgery Thursday in the Watts Hospital of Durham, N. C. where she has recently been confined Mrs. Ashlock, the widow of St. Joseph's MEDICAL Mrs. Annabelle Hermann, Wood River Raymond M. Chambers, Godfrey Miss Clara E. Short,. Cottage Hills Frank Constantino, Moro SURGICAL Mrs. Geneva Parks, 1117 McKinley Blvd. Mrs. Eileen Timmermeier, 1232 State St. Mrs. Bernice Bates, Grafton Mrs. Linda L. Eisenreich, 3632 Aberdeen Ave. Edward Ferguson, 624 Forest DISMISSALS Harry Chambers, Godfrey Herbert demons, 3055 Paul St. Miss Judith Ann Davis, Ann Dr. William Dugge, 413 Jefferson Mrs.' Eileen Edgell, Cottage Hills Daniel F. Ewing, 1016 Highland Mrs. June Ganter and infant, 440 Bluff St. Mark Coins, 2304 Clark St. Mrs. Sylvia I. Beasley, Wood River Mrs. Edna Beuttel, Godfrey Mrs. Clara C. Haven. 1203 West 9th St. Miss Alberta M. Minton, 16 West 9th St. Mrs. Mary J. Imhoff, Edwardsville Mrs. Shirley A. Lebro and infant, Worden Herman Moore, 617 Belle St. Herbert Nelson, 1008 Wescott Mrs. Florence Ohm, Edwardsville Mrs. Shirley Prater, Edwardsville Sister Silvana O.S.F., St. Anthony's Hospital Otis I. Turner, Cottage Hills Mrs. Ruth E. Lengacher, Wood River Mrs. Blanche M. Bunyan, 841 Douglas St. Claude Ashloch moved ham IVz years ago. to Dur- 10 MILES OF CONFETTI LARNED, Kan. (/P) — Fishermen and farmers around Larned are wondering if a gay party was taking place aboard a plane flying over the region recently. Cause for the wonder was small squares of bright ret paper found scattered over a 10-mile area west of Larned. Mrs. Errna J. Parker, E. Alton Michael A. Strickland, Edwardsville Jersey Community "MEDICAL Cal Heyn, Kampsville Mrs. Anthony Adelehr, Golden Eagle SURGICAL Danen Compton, Grafton DISMISSALS Carl Heyn, Kampsville Theodore Ringhausen, Jerseyvill Mrs. Stanley Carter, Carrolltoi Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Clarabell F. White, Alton James W. Cherry, Cottage Hills Mrs. Sharon Sue Storey, Hartford Cecil V. White, 30 West Penning Mrs. Arleta Holladay, E. Alton SURGICAL Mrs. Maxine R. Rich, 721 Halloran Avenue DISMISSALS James D.- Archer, Mt. Vernon Mrs. Jeanette E. Jones, 166 Acton Avenue, Wood River Gloria Ann Nolan, East Alton iMrs. Flora Nolan, Hartford Clifford D. Enos, Alton James Lee Pile, Roxana Mrs. Ruth J. Browning, Alton For Reapporlionment in State... Wants 10-Man Commission believe they should proceed in thror separate areas, first, i n downstate, second in Chicago, and third in the Chicago suburban area. Big Problem Lewis said he thought the big problem before the commissions is determining whether Chicago districts can be intermingled with suburban territory. Republicans interpret the state constitution as banning districts where Chicago city limits cross into Chicago suburbs. Democrats contend the constitution does not bar intermingling the two areas. As presently apportioned Chicago has 23 districts, Chicago suburbs have seven and down- state 29. Republicans would reduce Chicago's representation to Shipmaa SftlPMAN — Mf. and Mrs. Clinton Dey have been attending the national convention of the Anti-Thief Association at Parsons, Kans. Dey is national vice president of the organization. 21. because of declining popula Airman and Mrs. Bernard Op- 155 Girls Participate at Alton High in FHA Session One hundred and 55 girls Thursday afternoon participated at Al- NFO to Meet Monday Night At Hainel Hall EDWARDSVILLE - The regu- ar monthly meeting of the Madison County NFO will be held at 8 p.m. Monday in the Hamel Community Hall. Signing of the etter of intent on soybean con- Tacts will be the primary business of the evening. Irwin Wein, president of ths 24th District of the NFO, will meet Saturday with the state board of directors of the NFO at :he Logan County courthouse in /incoln to set the time and place of the state NFO convention. ton High School in a get-together of the AHS chapter of the Future Homemttkers of America. Janice Pivoda, president welcomed the members and introduced the officers for the- coming year: Sharon Schuchardl, vice- president; Brenda Todd, second vice-president; Gail Michelsen, secretary; Bev. Curtis, Helen Thompson, vice - presidents of projects; Pat Hicks, Marilyn Wood, vice - presidents of public relations; Karen Koehne, Historian; arid Sharon Schuchardt, degree chairman. The chapter mothers for the year are Mrs. Robert Michelsen, Mrs. F. W. Pivoda, Mrs. Melvin Schuchardt, Mrs. Graves Todd, and Mrs. William Wood. tion, boost the suburbs to nine and redivide downstate by taking two districts from Southern Illinois and give one each to and growing Lake and toj CAPETOWN—South African's are reported displeased with the US for the voting in the UN for an arms embargo. DuPage counties. Lewis said if the commission s unable to resolve the Chicago ind suburban problem, and if its members agree, he will ask Governor Kcrner to call a special session to enact a law to authorize thn Supreme Court to m;ikc a decision on the constitutionality of whether districts which involve crossing Chicago boundar- es are legal. To Avoid 'Chaos' Lewis said he also would ask the Governor to include in t h n call a provision for legislation to amend state election laws so if it finally becomes necessary for each party to nominate 177 can didates-at-large, it be done by conventions instead of by a "chaotic" statewide primary. Failure to reapportion House districts, required every ten year? will mean all candidates would have to run statewide in 1964 Now each of the 5!) districts elect throe representatives. Governoi Kerner vetoed a remap bill by the recent General Assmbly on the ground it did not provide proportionate representation. Meanwhile the Supreme Cour has set for November 12 hearing of oral arguments of an appea by Slate Rep. Gale Williams (R Murphysboro), from a Sangamon County Circuit Court decision holding Kerner's veto valid. In his appeal Williams requested th court to expedite the case by hold ing a hearing at its Septcmbe term. The court denied the re quest. eory and son of North Dakota are spending a furlough with the .My Gregory and Emmett Hnll fami- Tom SkagRS, O)ra Stevens, Larry Gillr-spie, Bonita Bohlmey- rr and Don Barnctt are beginning the fall term at Western II- inois University where Skaggs ivill be a senior, Barnett a Freshman and the others will be Sophomores. 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