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ALTON Events BVMMB^BVOBB«VBMB^^^— I INI Auto Trunk Murder Case Continued EDWARDSVILLE - Sit tor jury trial today In dram Court, i the 1995 Bobby Can- auto trunk murder case Involving four de- deridanto was continued a w«ek by Judge Joseph J. Bart to permit defense counsel to file written motions for separate trials. Former St. Clalr County State's Attorney John J. Hoban. one of the defense attorneys, offered an oral motion this morning for severance. Judge Barr then ruled that any mo- tlons for separate trials for defendants be filed by next Menday, when he will pass on them. Carr's bullet-rlddled body was VFW INSTALLS OFFICERS From left Neil Gray hands gavel of Earl E. Hamilton, new post auxiliary office to Thomas P. Dean, new VFW president The ceremonies took place Post 1308 commander, while Mrs. Mel- Saturday night at the VFW Post Hall, vtai Beyer, 12th District VFW Audi- 60S W. Delmar Ave. lary president presents gavel to Mrs. NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED IN JOINT CEREMONY VFW Post 1308 and its Auxiliary had their annual joint installation Saturday evening. Installed as commander of tt» post were Tom Dean: sen- tor vice-commander, Charles SPEAKS ON DISCRIMINATION Leo Bohanan, director of the Si Loud rfumvprori judv 21 1965 in the 1*0 fionanan, director OT wie ox. boon urmn STafeLTS! nmiwitv in thi« countv — two AAltoii branch of the NAACP. The Rev. Heroeft daTafter thda^ofthe aia£' Schulw, center, chairman of the program, and Clar- fng'sett tt ?ndLtment nam. ence Willis. NAACP president, look on.~~fifr»tt Photo. ing the four defendants: Louis j Shoulders Jr.. Bobby Martin, i George (Stormy) Harvill andj Thomas Fiss. Hospital Notes State's Mudge Attorney •inherited" Dick H. j the case when he assumed office for his Nail,CranmerCandidates For Mayor of Roxana first term in December, 1956. ST. JOSEPH'S MEDICAL William Lee Williams, 618 Wyss Mrs. Anna L. Mercer, 315 Madison St.. Wood River I Defense motions to quash the i Mrs Freda j BBZ2e il, 323 murder Indictment were denied Broadway, East Alton ROXANA Kenneth Nail, Cox; junior vice chairman. ;who has served for the past four ostelto: advocate. Ralph Smith:!years as president of the Rax- Costello; advocate. Ralphjana Village Board, is seeking Smith; chaplain. Norma Nave: ire-election. He previously surgeon, and officer of the day.! served for 12 years on the board Nefl Gray; patriotic officer. Bud j of trustees Grant; service officer. Andy! Donald Cranmer. who is now Venhaus; trustees. Irve Hollo-j a member of the board of way, three years: Kenneth trustees, is also running for Edwardsville Man Killed In Crash EVANSVILLE. HI. (AP> — One person was killed and six seriously injured in a traffic crash two miles north of Evansville on II- inois Route 3 Saturday. Two cars and a semi-trailer truck were involved. Dead is Edward Kerr, 71. of Edwardsville, HI,. .Three in the same car were seriously injured. They are Roy Kempfer, 57, driver, Minnie .Kempfer, 57, and Mary Kerr, 67. all of Edwardsville. They were taken to a Red Bud hospital for treatment _ Occupants of the other car hos- Jr.. senior vice president: Mrs.! Other candidates for trusteejpitalized in Red Bud with major Robert Stiritz. junior vice presi-i are Wayne Bridgewater, Ed- j injuries are William Thissel, 19, Porter two, Bert Thompson., one year: assistant adjutant. Don Kirbach: assistant quartermaster. Bert Thompson: guard. Dave Seal: color bearer. Ray Edwards; bugler. Nave: public relations. Don Retzer: employment officer, Pearson. village president. He has been a member of the board for the past 10 years. Besides a village president, there are a clerk and four trustees to be elected. One trustee will be elected to fill the two-year unexpired term Neil Gray, past commander.]created when Phillip Betts was installing officer. moved from the community. The Auxiliary officers install-! *** rallam - who h" scrved ed by the 12th district presi-; four years as village clerk. Is dent of auxiliaries, Mrs. thy Beyers of Staunton, Mrs. T. E. Hamilton Jr.. are: i re-election. Preston . jBledsoe and Henry Oiler are for re-election to the early this year by Judge Barr. who had ordered the case placed on the jury trial calendar for today. Three of the four defendants are at liberty on $25,000 bond each and the fourth, Shoulders, is serving a prison term in Indiana in an interstate shipment theft case. Program for EHS Concert Announced EDWARDSVILLE — Program for the annual spring formal band concert of the Edwardsville High Scliool band, to be held at 8:15 p.m. Thursday in the cafeteria, has been anounced by Cleaon Etzkorn, band director. . . . .. ident; Mrs. Ray Dannenbrink j board of trustees dent; Mrs. Helen Gray. treas-;ward E. Davis. Charles E. urer; Mrs. Hartie Frey, secre-j Mitchell and Leslie R. Miller, tary; Mrs. Lavem Russell,!Those running for the two_year chaplain; Mrs. Ruth Valin, conductress; Mrs. Bertha Hamilton Sr., guard: and Mrs. Kenneth Porter, Mrs. Steve Scho- term are B. L. (Leon Crawford, H. H. Dindiddie, Arvel A. Pickering and Donald E. Patterson. Residents may vote between) 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the gymnas- bernd; Mrs. Don Roper. Mrs. Bessie Manderville, colorbear- ers. turn of the Community Building. Mrs. Nora Pfaff is flag bear-j District Masks Contest \ er: Mrs. Zina Whetzel. banner! ROXANA — Roxana Junior! bearer; Mrs. Ruth Ackerman.!High students who participated; historian, and Mrs. Jack Ja-in the district music contest Sat-j coby, musician. Trustees were Ronnie Brown, 19 and James Brown, 21, all of Evansville. James Walker'27, of Kaholda, Mo., driver of the truck, was un injured. . .. 7 Edivardsville The program follows: "Emblem of Unity," Marcg; "Jerico" by Gould; "Walzer Campestre"; "Bathsheba"; "Phedre"; "High Society," by the Dixieland Combo; "Up the Street," march "The Two Little Bullfinches" piccolo duet; "Irish Shapsody" highlights from "Kiss Me Kate"; "La Gazza Ladra" "Wonderland by Night"; "Manhattan Beach," march. Wood River Moose Enroll 11 Candidates WOOD RIVER—Bob Hanke, pilgrim Moose and assistant superintendent of Mooseheart, was EDWARDSVILLE —Seven area! principal speaker at the Sun- jurday .at Alton Senior High residents were admitted to St. I day breakfast meeting of the Mrs. Edna:School and their ratings are Joseph's Hospital. Highland, dur-iMoose lodge when a class of 11 Area Hargiss, Mrs. Curtis Fields, and,as follows: JoAnn Platter, baton i, n g the past weekend and 10 Da- Mrs. Joseph Borders, for 3, 2, j solo, superior; trombone trio, tients were discharged. candidates was enrolled. Ernest Chappell served as Miss Ann Marie Spurgeon, 2926 Watalee James R. Hendrickson, 864 Washington Mrs. Elva Price, 749 George St., Wood River SURGICAL Mrs. Ruby Mae Smith, 1133 rison Mrs. Mary Ellen Barber, 3612 Gary Roger C. Campbell, Jerseyville John E. Clark, Edwardsville Charles Glenn Combs, 1120 Long Ave. Thomas A. DeGrand, 416 Belleview Mrs. Dorris Fay Guarino, 127 Greenview, East Alton Mrs. Bobbie M. Selhime, Rt. 1, Alton Richard B. Terpening, Rt. 1, Alton Mrs. Elizabeth M. Wisnasky, 4018 Aberdeen Darrell Yates, Rt. 4, Edwardsville Mrs. Eunice M. Pohlman, 3122 Francis Dr. Anthony W. Berry, Edwardsville Isadore Hanei, 3428 Thomas Mrs. Clara Stahlhut, Rt. 1, East Alton John C. Lutz, 2906 Gilbert Lane Gary Lee Kirchner, Edwardsville Mrs. Amelia Kraner, Worden Mrs. Rose M. Holoman, Clay DISMISSALS 1419 Edwardsville SURGICAL Hurstle Laxton Jr., South Roxana Teena Marie Stassi, 245 Westwood Place. East Alton James K. Towey& 841 Eether Jay H. Brayman, 113 Hanner, East Alton DISMISSALS Mrs. Effie B. Hoots, 279 West Haller Dr., East Alton Richard Lee Luecht, 1130 Seller, WELCOMES FIRST CUSTOMER Alton Realtor Harry Hemphlll, cen- avenue. Nave was Hemphlll's fiirst ter, talks with Edgar Nave, left, and customer when Hemphlll started III Laurence Keller Jr., president of Alton business in 1084. He bought a hoMrt Banking & Trust Co,, at the grand op- Hemnhill was selling for Alton BMJk- ening Sunday of Hemphlll's new office ing & Trust Co.—Erwtn-Hayes photo, building at Union street and Central _ - __ Welch Says Russia Has No Need for U.S. War Alton Mrs. Virginia K. thalto Runion, Be- Hurstle Laxton Jr., South Roxana Mrs. Marie N. Null, Bethalto Mrs. Hattie I. Terry, Cottage Hills Mrs. Louise H. Tuetken, Bethalto Lester W. Ames, 222 Hi Pomte Place, East Alton William M. Yarborough, 107 third, East Alton Mrs. Bertha T. Lindley, 410 Wood River, East Alton Mrs. Betty J. LJndsey, 432 Bender, East Alton Mrs. Bobbie J. McElwaln, 1135 Long, Alton Terry Lamar Kizer, Rt. 1, East Alton Kimberly Louise Taylor, Roxana. JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Mrs. Edwin Winer, Jerseyville Mrs. Paul Wieneke, Jerseyville William Lawson, Hardin DISMISSALS Mrs. Freeman Burger, Jerseyville Mrs. Leo Mercuric, Jerseyville Mrs. Robert G'Sell, Jerseyvil.e Miss LaDonna Faye Brown, Rt.; Mrs. Ed McGowin, Jerseyville 2 Godfrey Mrs. Sophia Camarata, Ed-. wardsville Vernon D. Cason, Cottage Hills Mrs. Lorine Chappell, 942 Pearl Charles J. Curran, Moro Glen S. Dale, Edwardsville Mrs. Leona R. Deppe, 1136 E. Ferguson, Wood River Mrs. Mary Rebecca Harper, 905 Acton Ave., Wood River Mrs. Betty J. Henkhaus, 916 • Grafton Kenneth Funk, Fieldon. ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Mrs. Mildred E. Doran, 1215 Liberty Mrs. Marline C. Zangori, Bethalto Charles Clayton Maguire, 1102 Douglas. Mrs. Sylva M. Schallenberg, and 1 years respectively. | Franklin DeWester. Don Leamy Admitted were: Donald Buch.i class representative and the de- Sgh Installing conductress was;and Gene Kunk, superior. These! 51 5 North Buchanan; Mrs. Hildaigree staff of the lodge conduct- v jfi Mrs. John Guccione of Wood i student will advance to thejgui] e g Logan Place; Sam Vada-jed the ceremonies in the pres- East 5th Mrs. Rose H. Huch, 422 Short St., Wood River Mrs. Deloris Lanham, 3203 Edsail Mrs. Lillie Love, 1809 Belle Mrs. Loretta G. Morey, Bunker Hill Mrs. ; I Mrs. Effie D. Miller, 531 Liber- . River. and installing musician.; state finals at Carlinville ln;labene, 64 Qrcle Dr.; Miss Debo-jence of approximately 100 mem- ! rah Muller, 510 Ramey; Lesley ibers and guests. brass quartet com- Fear, 1360 Lee Dr.; Mrs. Frances j Following the formal meeting Hoppe, 126 Spring; Mrs. Anna j a delegation attended the enroll- Mrs. Jocoby. May. A buffet supper was served Tne following the installation. , posed of Steve Pritchard, Charles Jurjevich, Don Leamy and Delbert Frailey, received Parker, 205 Franklin. Discharged were: Miss Diane i excellent and a baton ensemble iKepner. 8 Thomas Terrace; Law- ville Mrs. Gladys L. Washington, East Alton Walter Sweitzer, 504 Washington, East Alton Miss Patricia Temple, 1322 Garden lodge where Hanke also appeared as guest speaker. Church, Alby street road, in stalled as governor to succeed i PASTOR OFFERS RESIGNATION SUNDAY The Rev. R. R. Tipton, who| composed of JoAnn platter, i rence Taliana, 132 Columbia; Ron- would have completed six years r^nna Chiado. DeJores Nichols, i aid Erb, 229 Third Ave.; John 'Pat Welsh, received excellent; i Kevin Coleman, Route 3; M)ssi cerernon j es at tne )odge hall Roger Lowery, piano solo, ex-'Gena Bone, 318 South Buchanan; j c client, and the clarinet com-; Mrs. Verena King, 1362 Franklin; j -. . 0 • posed of Jeanne Helmkamp. Mrs. Helen Poos, 19 Washington, Flail dewing Session Donna Smith, Janice Peach and • P1-: Mrs. Thelma Bangert, 5 Oakj Sandra Steele received a good Hill; Mrs. Rosa Mueller. Route At East Alton rating. The students are direct- 4. ed by LeRroy Dalhous. I South Roxana Dads ment meeting of the Alton i Mrs. Barbara Unterbrink, 3507 Coronado Dr. Mrs. Sandra West. 602 West St. HnmlH Hnlmlr-imn ../ill h« in i LOUlS AV6., East AltOH Harold Helmkamp will be in-k- ,_„„„ ««,„„ 1dQ w Mrs lrene wu 149 Eagt Al ty DISMISSALS to | Mrs. Beverly A. Beasley, Rt. 2, Brighton Leonard E. Crane, Rt. 1, Alton Thomas D. Fleming, 1KH4 Belle, East Alton Miss Marjorie E. Taylor, 2300 Pleasant Larry Rush, Rt. 1, Alton Charles J. Horn Sr. 2429 Tibbitt _ Mrs. M. Frances Belange, Rt. 1, Bethalto Sweitzer 504 Mrs. Nettie H. Carter, 1364 Brushy Groveft Wood River. ALTON MEMORIAL MEDICAL Bob Gagliardo, 858 Danforth Jacqueline Lehman, Cottage Hills Mrs. Jessie McClain, 2819 North Mrs. Eunice Shaw, 9 Maurice Lynn Pesoat, Edwardsville Jack Williams. 101 Missouri - Leo Lanham, 2618 Salu Leon Kohler. Cottage/Hills Miss Carolyn Marie 622 Washington Jakie L. East, Grafton Dooiey, Mrs. Mary Harnetiaux, East Alton • Allison Hayes, Oklahoma City Kevin McKee, Roxana Jackie Lou Seets, 223 Hamilton Otto Wilkening, 2420 Birch i-*c.m .r,™,. Leo G. Friedevlch, 218 LorenalMrs. Delores Whltlock, Dorsey EAST ALTON-Women of the! Ave., Wood River [Mrs. Helen Albers, Bethalto community are invited to par-i Russell L. Green,& 2659 Union!Mrs. Ann Jacob, 27 Mather DALLAS, Tex. (AP) — Robert Welch told a mink and ermine crowd of 1,200 Sunday night that the Soviet Union has no reason to start a war with the United States because this country could be taken "without a single shot" by Communist infiltration. The founder of the controversial John Birch Society, speaking from a copyright text, renewed charges made earlier that the Communists have had a hand in every major U.S. decision since 1946. He told an audience made up! largely of residents from a fashionable North Dallas-Park Cities area, a conservative stronghold, that the Reds operate on "the principal of reversal" by using slogans that bring an opposite result and replace good with evil. "By the 'liberation' of a country, such as Cuba, Communists mean the imposing on Cuba of a tyrannical Communist dictatorship," he said. "The whole foreign aid program is an example. For years we have been taken steadily down the road to communism by steps supposedly designed, and presented to the American people as ways of fighting communism." Welch asserted the Communists helped devise slogans that won a third term for the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt and prevented the nomination of the late Sen. Robert A. Taft at the 1952 Arthur Pitts, 2323 Humbert Mrs. Johanna Bridgeman, 2324 Birch Rev. Leo Copeland, Bethalto Mrs. Agnes Davis, E. Alton Mrs. Martha Duncston, 2550 Union School Rd. Frank Zumwalt, Wood River Mrs. Bertha Fowler, Godfrey Mrs. Sara Blair, Wood River Mrs. Carol Shive, Wood River Unfair Labor Charges Filed Against AOC WOOD RIVER — Following picketing at American Oil refinery (Standard) last night and early this morning, the Telegraph learned that unfair labor practice charges have been filed against the refinery at the Na- itional Labor Relations Board of- jfice in St. Louis. ; The charge, filed by the law jfirm of Gruenberg and Schobel of 'St. Louis, is the direct result of i complaints of a group of laid-off ' boilermakers of Local 483, who ! claim members of the local still 'working in the plant are putting in overtime hours. The picketing, which took place trom approximately 11:05 p.m. Sunday to 1:15 a.m. today and again from 5 a.m. today to approximately 8:30 a.m. was not promoted by the union, but rather by the employes, who are laid off, a union spokesman said at noon. The picketing group, according to a representative of the St. Louis law firm filing the charges Republican convention. Welch also scored critics of the late Sen. Joseph McCarthy, saying "there was nothing wrong with McCarthy's methods from the viewpoint of American patriots." Lawford Pulled Stops For Benny By CYNTHIA LOWBY AP TV-Radio Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Jack Benny is such an institution of broadcasting that his show doesn't often cause much comment. Chuckling appreciatively at Jack's age, miserliness and vanity has become a sort of weekly American habit. But Sunday "night, news was j before the NLRB, claim boiler- made on the Jack Benny Show: I makers still at the refinery are Peter Lawford. who has madei workin S 12 hour shifts for six such a big thing of banning all television references to his relatives in the White House, broke the silence himself. It wasn't much of a break, to be sure, and it was dragged in by the heels, but the dam has now burst. Jack, Peter and Diana Dors were involved in an English drawing room triangle (Jack, in a curly wig, was the lover; Peter, the husband). "Derek." said Jack to Peter, "you are very democratic." "Yes, Cecil," replied Peter, "it runs in the family." The laughter was loud and and seven days a week in some John Mitchell. 2027A Washing- j blt ton Grafton |appreciative as Peter mugged a Mrs. Minnie Recknagle, 3539 Hoover Dr. Mrs. Juanita Hudson, Brighton Madelyn Franklin, Bethalto Albert Kassing. Bethalto Thomas Titchenal, Bethalto JoAnn Winkler. Brighton Ben Bryant, 1414 Willard Mrs. Minnie Johnson, 4000 Humbert Rd. Mrs. Mildred Dublo. Bethalto Diane LcClaire, E. Alton Arthur Garland, Bethalto Leslie Kitsmiller, 3311 Badley Mindy Wiseman, 604 Marsh Jack Mestef, E. Alton M Odie Nichols, Wood River Mrs. Nellie Logan, 3006 N. Hum- PTA Meets Tuesday At Roxana School ... __ Auxiliary to Meet ticipate in an all-day sewing School Lane session at the First Baptist! Felix Leon G°tsa, * \ LJl ii r\fi West Al- Herman Brinkman, Northmoorj ton, Mo. iph.,,. h f.. m .o Place Mrs. Mary Dale, Fairmount luum.h Horn 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.| M , 8S Patricia M . Kirk . Sullivan Horace Dale, Fairmount SOUTH ROXANA- Tho Dads' ' nursflav to Prepare pads and Drive LMrs. Jene Moorefc Dorchester u rinh «in m«r«t 7 ™ nm ,„' dl ' essin «? s for Madison County Mrs. Vernelle Marie Lott, 87 Sjl-iMrs. Eva Hutchinson, Jersey-1 8 ™* 1 ROXANA - Mrs. Robert Club Ml meet at 7:JO p.m. to-i Cancer Socj A djn ; , ivan Dl , | ville Norse, president, has announced ««>' al ™ e clubhouse in the park, ner will h(J served a , noon ! Herbert L. Nelson, 1008 Westeott | SV'RGICAL bert I William Jones, 914 Brown Mrs. Martha Owens, 1500 E. 4th Nobel Eastman, Hartford Joseph Margulen, Granite City. Boccaleoni, Ed- U* J 11 a business and social meet that teachers'appreciation night •"« ° w»,K=n emu auvioi mcci - white will be Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at,«"S- Hostesses will^be Mrs. Er-' and meeting of the Central-Brush) ; ma '" ' ~" """ ----••- t j 4 jg' Grove PTA at Central School. Hill. >$IL^1 I The second grade roomj Wyoming Visitor* I mothers will serve refreshment* i SOUTH ROXANA-Miss ^?]jlj$A*t *Mth Mrs. James Moulton as ola Hill of Casper, Wyo., ... jee m* <m&wf**% chairman. rived Sunday to spend a month gust announced his resignation; Byron Dalhaus Home Nvitl1 relatives in the area, in- Sunday at the close of the morn-: ROXANA -- Aviation Eleo- eluding Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hilling service. He lias asked that _ the resignation become ettective.^™;:"^'';";;^." and "M rs , materials Gary Lee Kirchner, Edsvards- ' vi'lle Lester Weller, Jerseyville Clara wardsville Mrs. Carol Ryder, Roxana Eileen Allsman, 1209 E. 4th Neva M. Rose, Cottage ville Stanford SnrinJman Jenev- Mrs ' Caro1 Compton, Grafton Stanford spnngman, jersej-| Annot . 0 D n ,, oll r0 r<9 RU^h Rnanlip' Mift * "* | ^*" '••*«*«i»d» ui any color.' Mrs. | are needed lor .... 1 may be delivered to ihe church Kevin Stevenson, 143 Lakeside Ave. or Mhs. Fram-is Wim-i Ave " Kast Alton Mrs ' D° rotn y Jouett - 2 802 Ben " ^berly to arvange piXup sen-i Ml :f in Maudie Wlllta - 2l13 Joh "' *»» SOD Annette Bazze u, 2332 Birch Mrs! Shirley Cope, 913 Hawley | Mfrsey Bett V Boaomworth, God- Mrs. Eunice Miller, Alton ar- School Mother* EAST ALTON- A "i-razy hat" ._ ...... . , contest han been announced by ironies Technician Byron Dal-, fO) . a wee k' s leave .He has just; Mrs. Sam Guarino. president, William Lee Williams. 618 Wyss Mrs. Mildwd Market Womack, 1619 W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL in™, i °* '• : completed aviation electronics as the feature of the 1 p.m. \ Kit-hard * Leo Berry, i James Borgschulte, Portage Dee Sioux, Mo- Melody Whipple, Brighton Milo Parker, Wood River Mrs. Katherine Emmons, Brighton Scott Phelps, ISO! Crest Dt. Tenth street, St . n0 ol in Memphis, Tenn., and j Thursday meeting of the School; Hills on or pejoie^uHe *. Roy Ha | nous nite plans^ior'lh'e" futie^exi*!! 1 *"™ return to Stanford. Fla., foi-Mother's Club. Members are i Mrs. Iris J. Youngei, Rt. 4, Ed- to lead a revival the church has 69. making a total of 165 now. reassignment. to bring doll clothes for the an- wardsville planned trom April ~i\ through'How ever. 72 were permitted to Nl«bt Clrc-le to Meet nual fall school festival as the May 1 with Rev. Ivan V. Chris- withdiau to establish the BriglK ROXANA The night circle of; meeting project. toff of Sesser, 111., as the evan- ton church. I the Women's Missionary Union gelist ol First Baptist Church will TiDton MOTII * ;Kg CUB T0 nieet at 7 p.m. today at the .,.».. llpton MKE'f TUESDAY |, hurch MnjP ' Sam Flemlng „.,„ j ing Lough Neagh two feet Cottage Mrs. Elva Cox, Bethalto William Tucker. JeweyvlUe Richard Naylor, 3305 Mayfield During the years Rev. has been here, coming from Ter- DUBLIN - Eire will ,eclaim| JJ' ••*** ; 26.000 arces of land by lower-i-- 1 ^ Virginia Ave., East Alton Mrs. Ruby Ladendarff, 414 East R er I James N. Pleasant, 401 Ohio, rT SLr£ 3 ta gone ^ ^t^ TW ^^ «* *™ "^ ™* tfuwgh an extensive building wlllhmeel ,J uebday at 1:3 ° P' ro -Mu. L. E. Mustain will b. i,, i!SL. ^onstruc-tioo of a ,2 ^ft^'eSffof^ce^^' 13 ^ « d "« ta » ta story educational building, con- *"' ^ *" elettlon ol omtera. five Sunday of Poag Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kast Alton Mrs. Mary Gimmy, 61 Noith Rot he of Casper will arrive] Jennings about May 1 for a visit here. | Mrs. Daisy P. Studdard, Rt. 1. Mrs. Maurlne Moore, Brighton Steven Smith, Moro Gary Alexander. 2428 Judson Mrs. Dessie Edwards, 8. Roxan«. Mi's. Bertha Thomas, Cottage Hills Raymond Ferguson, 1400 Willard ham Pauline Crick, 34% Gill- fining five Sunday School de- : partments. and a worship center on the first flocu to accommodate 175 people, have been two of the, accomplishments. The church established a mission at Brighton which hat become the First Southern Baptist Church; ii purchas- td «B eight-room residence and two lots adjoJPHig (or a pastorium and future pypan*^' one of which Is cpw used for off-street parking. toe cfaurcto was instituted «p Utt ttei* w«l a aierutersiup g ML wfcjcb ta» fta* increased SPECIAL TUESDAY, APRIL 18. ONLY! Volt for D*mo«recy HOWARD L SHELTON MAYOR OP •AST ALTON Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain T. (SiMtei) - for tae fr»t tin* *ci«nc« b*i found s »»W k**liDf »ub»une« with the a*tea> Uhiog ability to *hria« h*»or- rkoidi, *top itching, «a4 relieve tain - without »urg*ry- In e»»« »Utr ca*e. while faatly ffh*vin( p*io, actual reductioa tsJ»rinfc.»««) took plase. Most awavaf of sJl-»asalti wew se tkorough that *ufftrer* m»de j a*uniihmg *tatea»Mt* like "Pile* \ k»v« c«M*d to be a problem!" ! Tb« **cr«t i» s aew healing sah- Staac* (Bio-0yaet)-~di*cov«ry of f wor!4-rem»u* reseai'ch inttitot*. Thi* ander t»* name aU Kt, II4CT LAWRENCE "Larry" EVANS CANOIOATI WI MAYOR, City of Wort River ItlCTION; Timslftt, April IS, Your Vote OB* fluppeit Aj»«wt«J0sfd Pit TrtMpM^liM Tt Nto 64 Ck 4.UI4 Lee Marvin, playing a cynical and brutal night club comedian, carried Sunday night's GE Theater off to a rousing start. It started* with him making savage and insulting remarks in a night club, snapping at his harried manager and raging at his estranged wife. Then the story dribbled off to one of those uncomnneing, saccharine finishes the show specializes in. The bitter comic underwent a complete change of personality upon receiving a letter from a poor family in France. In the fadeout. he was warm,, lovable—and back with his wife. Those Sunday night half-hour dramas usually have big stars, good production and fine camera work. Usually, too, they have distressingly sudsy little tales to tell. NBC's "white paper" Sunday night was a brief biography of cases. Hartford Club Has Membership Tea HARTFORD — Mrs. Harry Segraves of Belleville spoke at Hartford Junior Womari's dub's spring "Membership Tea" at City Hall Sunday afternoon. The meeting was presided over by the local president, Mrs. Lester Varble, who reported on the past accomplishments of the club for the year and welcomed the visitors and members. During the afternoon a "hat making" contest was held with each member and guest selecting materials and decorations to fashion an original hat. Mrs. Richard Moore won a prize for creating the most original and prettiest hat. city hospitals which was both illuminating and disturbing. The cameras traveled purposely through the Cambridge, Mass., city hospital. Patients, doctors and interns talked about their problems of illness, finances, understaffing, training and facilities. .Recommended lonight: "Oscar" awards, ABC, 10:30-12:30, EST,— awards for the best motion picture performances of the year, Bob Hope, host. "Must I Suffer All My Life because I'm a woman? 19 w I No Ofhtr Trm In Hit WwM Likt Hi* LILT-tf-Hw-MllEr TREE • Rtd Miaa* in Nil! • l«aurifHl Whltt Wowm! Only Ii00l«. (3f«rSI,00) (I ftr 14.00) No otlur tr«« qultf Ul» It In I I On* ol tte mo«r Heuutlful i now while our limited tbto «m«aUonal (TM <0«y „„. we'll rewa tae Vail«y. 9«ry fraaraat. 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