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Jacksonville Daily Journal (Newspaper) - April 5, 1965, Jacksonville, Illinois Jacksonville Courier, Jacksonville, III., April 5, 1965 erner Special Guest At Music Festival iXi fACHE To Seek ¡Support For City's Colleges Governor Otto Kerner was the special guest at the annual Music Festival at the Illinois Braille and Sight Saving School Monday morning. Gov. Kerner arrived shortly before 10 o'clock and was greeted by Alvin and Alice Der-wester of Bloomington, twins in the kindergarten class. Kerner received flowers from the students. The annual music festival is sponsored by Lowell B. Mason, former state senator, and seeks to award prizes to the students Funerals , Industry and business in Jacksonville through a Chamber of Commerce fund-raising corporation called C.A.C.H.E. ("Committee for Advancement of Community Higher Education") will seek funds for the fourth year for support of the city's gress in their musical educa-two colleges, Illinois College and tion for the year. MacMurray College. i Mason, a Washington, D.C., The C.A.C .H.E. board of di-| attorney, became interested in rectors announced Saturday the school during his tenure as that the 1965 campaign co-chair-1 a state senator and has con-nien will be James C. Coultas tinued his interest in the school and Martin Newman, both local and the students, businessmen. Governor Kerner made first-Since 1962 the organization place presentations to Martha has raised a total of $36,310.00 Farley and Richard Howe, in three annual campaigns. All The program for the music of the funds are divided equal- festival included both instru-ly,,between the two colleges for mental and vocal selections by use in meeting their costs of op- the students of the school, erations. The campaigns do not Superintendent Jack R. Har-ieplace the individual college tong introduced Governer Ker-alumni fund campaigns or spec- ner and Senator Mason at the ial building fund drives, but are festival, designed to be "business sup- Governor Kerner left the port programs for community school about 12:30 p.m. Monday higher education." • —------u—■'—- Herman Frederick Kleinschmidt Funeral services for Herman Frederick Kleinschmidt will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Trinity Lutheran church, Arenz-ville, with Reverend Roland Welch, pastor of the church, officiating. Burial will be in the Lutheran cemetery at Arenz-ville. The body is at the Williamson Funeral Home where the family will meet friends from 7-9 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Mary Augusta (Mayme) Jones Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Augusta (Mayme) Jones, who "achieve* the~greatest"pr<£ ,on| time resident of Roodhouse - - and mother of Mrs. Kenneth Cade of this city, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Williamson Funeral Home. Dr. Frank Nestler will officiate and interment will be in Fernwood cemetery at Roodhouse. The remains will be brought from the Wolfe Funeral Home in Rood-house to the Williamson Funeral Home where friends may call. The family will receive friends at the Williamson Funeral Home 7 to 9 p.m. this evening. Mrs. Maye Boyd Lockwood Friends may call at the Williamson Funeral Home after 9 a.m. Tuesday to view remains «JBoth colleges are private in- Springfield. stitutions with a combined total __—,-- of more than 1500 full-time stu- i i n 1 « • dents. Asks Probation Kick-off April 20 I ' The current campaign is to fi Tli^f* f^lliirOP begin with a kick-off luncheon l/il IHcIl VjIIcU apd C.A.C.H.E. annual meeting on Tuesday, April 20, and conclude with a report session two weeks later on Tuesday, May 4th. .According to Coultas and Newman nearly 200 business of Mrs. Maye Boyd Lockwood, wife of Joseph Lockwood of this because of pressing business in city. Early Wednesday the body and professional persons will be given personal presentations of the community roles and needs of; the colleges. Other interested persons may call or write to the C.A.C.H.E. headquarters at the Chamber of Commerce office, 207 East Morgan, Jacksonville, 111. 62650. Current officers of C.A.C.H.E. are Dr. Robert R. Hartman, president, and A.W. Applebee, vice-president. Team captains for the 1965 drive include John E. Bellatti, Robert H. Caldwell, J. Harry Dowland, L. Edward McCurdy, Elmer B. Lukeman, James L. Malone, Ted C. Rammelkamp, Robert F. Sibert, Robert E. Spink, Gilbert H. Todd, Paul E. Utterback and Bill Wade. Couple Injured In One-Car Crash Near Alexander Two persons were injured in a one-car accident three miles east of Alexander near the Morgan-Sangamon County Line about two o'clock Monday morning. > Treated for cuts and abrasions at Passavant Hospital was 20 year old John W. Ellis, Jr., 525 Rosedale, the driver of the car. He was later released. Also injured was a passenger in the auto, Carolyn Spencer, also 20, of Winchester. She James Wood, 20, of 733 Allen Avenue entered a plea of guilty before Magistrate Don Mc-Namara Monday morning and asked probation on two charges of petty larceny. Wood is charged with the theft of a coat at the' Tempo Store in Lincoln Square shopping center on Dec. 11, 1964, and the theft of trading stamps at Wareco Service Station on Feb. 24. His plea of guilty on both counts was accepted by the court. Wood was taken to the county jail under $300 bond. The probation hearing was set for April 12. The investigation of the two cases was handled by city police. Driver Treated At Holy Cross An Ashland woman was treated for facial lacerations following an accident at 9:17 a.m. Monday at the intersection of East State and East Street. Freda M. Wallace of Route 1, Ashland, was taken to will be taken to Greenville, Kentucky for services and interment. Orville (Brownie) Rhodes PATTERSON - Funeral services for Orville (Brownie) Rhodes will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Mackey Funeral Home in Roodhouse. Rev. William Smith will officiate and interment will be Pine Tree cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home at any time. Julian Brakebill CARROLLTON -Funeral services for Julian Brakebill will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Mehl Funeral Home with Rev. Robert Wagner officiating. Interment will be in Dayton cemetery near Eldred. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday. R. Clark Hills Funeral services for R. Clark Hills will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Cody and Son Memorial Home. Rev. John Hen-schke will officiate and interment will be in Memorial Lawn cemetery. The family will meet friends at the funeral home 7:30 to 9 p.m. this evening. GARY SPANGENBERG, Western Illinois University senior from Jacksonville, and John B. Murphy, trustee of the Illinois Section of the American Water Works Association, hold the Award for Heroism presented to Gary in a special ceremony at the Springfield Room of the WIU Student Union. The award stemmed from Gary's attempt to save the life of a fellow workman at Pine Lake near Pittsfield. 10,000 Visit Show James H. Greenwell MT. STERLING — Funeral services for James H. Green-Holy Well will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the local Christian church, with Rev. C. C. McCaw officiating. Entombment will be in the Mt. Sterling mausoleum. Friends may call at Rounds Chapel anytime. Cross hospital for treatment of lacerations and later released. The car driven by Mrs. Wallace was headed south on East Street and collided with an east-bound auto driven by Raymond L. DeWitt of 422 Waters Street. The Wallace auto was knocked onto the sidewalk in front of the post office and struck a pedestrian, Mrs. Fay Carter, who was not seriously injured. Investigating police officers said j Mrs. Carter sustained a bruised City Clerk Harvey Green an-leg and was not knocked down nounced Monday that his office Clerk To Assist Absentee Voters The camera catches a small part of the heavy Sunday afternoon crowd waiting to enter the premises of the 1965 Sports and Home Show, sponsored by the local Jaycees at the building formerly occupied by the Montgomery Ward. Over 10,000 attended the three day attraction which provided over 90 exhibits provided by more than 60 different merchants and services. Jim Fenstermaker and Joe Sommers were co-chairmen for this year's show which broke all previous records both in attendance and booth leasing. Visitors were in evidence from awarded by the Jaycees as door prizes to: Jean Tobin, Rosa Carey, Mrs. Leonard Preston, Walter C. Rieck, Margaret Devlin, Donald Kloppe, Betty Mayme Jones Dies At Home Of Daughter Here Mrs. Mary Augusta (Mayme) Jones, 86, mother of Mrs. Ken-eth Cade of this city, and for many years a resident of Rood-house, died early Sunday at the home of her daughter, No. 8 Melrose Court. Mrs. Jones was born at White Hall Dec. 22, 1878, the daughter of Marcus and Alice Baldwin Giller. She was married Oct. 20, 1897 to Charles Wilson Jones and he preceded her in death July 27, 1947. The following children survive their mother, Mrs. Mary Cade, Jacksonville; Mrs. Janet Ligon, Seattle, Wash.; Giller Jones of Pittsburg, Kansas and Charles Jones, Albuquerque, New Mexico. A daughter, Dorothy, preceded her parents in death in 1911. There are six grandchildren and five great grandchildren. The deceased was a member of the Roodhouse Methodist church and OES. The remains will be brought from the Wolfe Funeral HomeR. Clark Hills Dies Suddenly; Rites Tuesday R. Clark Hills, 69, died suddenly at 2:10 a.m. Sunday at his home, 1840 South Main street. Mr. Hills, a retired contractor, was a former postmaster at Franklin, Illinois. He was born at Franklin Jan. 17, 1896, son of J. Lincoln and Clarissa Watson Hills. He was married to Eula M. Story and she preceded him in death in 1946. Three children of this union survive their father, Kath-erine, wife of Herbert Carter, Harrisonville, Missouri; W. Reitman Hills, Roodhouse and Evelyn, wife of Philip Morris of Jacksonville. The deceased was married Dec. 17, 1947 to Mabel Sturgeon Thurston and she survives along with a brother, G. Leonard Hills of this city. There are five grandchildren, Herbie Ray and Thomas Carter; Ellen V. and Reita Ann Hills and Phyllis Morris. Mr. Hills was a member of the Franklin Methodist church. The body is at the Cody and son Memorial Home where the family will receive friends 7:30 to 9 p.m. this evening. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral Home with Rev. John Henschke, pastor of First Baptist church officiating. Interment will be in Memorial Lawn cemetery. Retired Teachers Are Urged To Attend Meet by the impact. City police investigated at the scene of the accident. The Wal- reportedly suffered a broken |lace auto was towed from lhe arm and is reported in good!scene and the DeWitt auto left condition at Passavant this under jts own morning. | _ State Police said that Ellis was going west and ran off the north side of the road, into a Cash Missing ditch, and hit a telephone pole.; He was ticketed for driving too; T TOBl EjICVaiOr fast for conditions. The badly damaged car was towed to a local garage. | gating Just one year ago Sunday! cash and several checks from night, Ellis was seriously in- the Farmers Elevator at Mur-jured in a two-car collision at | rayville. North Main and Oak Streets in i The break-in was discovered would remain open on Friday, April 16, and Saturday, April 17, to handle absentee voters at city hall. Mr. Green said that normally, his office would be closed both days, but due to the election on | April 20, he would keep the of-Ifice open until noon on both days. He said absentee voters would be the only business transacted cu .„, , .. .. during the two days. Sheriffs deputies are invest.- persQns who ,/n tQ be out the theft of $168.74 in of town on Ele£tion day may cast their votes at city hall in the clerk's office until noon on both days. Clark, Donald White, Mrs. C. not only the Jacksonville area i L. Stallings and Mrs. W. W. | jn Roodhouse to the Williamson but from Indiana, Ohio, Florida, Wallbaum. | Funeral Home in this city There were many other prizes! Where friends may call. Thè being offered at the Show and family will receive friends at the individual merchants sponsoring them will release the names of the respective recipients. Jacksonville. at 7:40 a.m. Monday and reported to Deputies Dean Colwell t» i »r . i m. M and Robert Ruble. Bulova Watch Winner j Investigation showed that at the THOMPSON JEWELERS! entry to the building was gained BOOTH, Jaycee Home Show,¡by breaking a window on the Mrs. Mary Nortrup of Cha- was Carl A. Smith, Virginia,! south side of the building. The>pjn has received word of the ■111. Over 3100 people registered. cash and checks were in an adoption of a son by her daugh- --j Elliott bank money sack under ter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. NOTICE a desk in the office. An addi-; Robert Castle of Orange, Cali- TaHv who Darked in Sandv tional $2 in dimes was reported jfornia. The little boy, named Lady, wno parneo in t»ana> missing from the Coke machine .paul Brian was born March Sheriff's deputies are investi-131st. Mrs. Castle is the former Nothing;Mary Lou Nortrup of Chapin car, while backing out, St. Parking Lot Saturday after noon, in late model blue Chev rolet,' who damaged late modeling the Rident. . , , , . L".V. ___ .„uiio. k„„w„„ „„j I else was reported missing from ¡and graduate of Passavant hos- Iowa and Missouri. Transits on highways encircling the Square even stopped to investigate and stayed to enjoy the displays and entertainment. Jaycees were kept hopping during the three day run of the Show, Friday Saturday and Sunday. There was never a dull moment for either the members of the sponsoring organization or the personnel of the many exhibits. Many children attended with their parents. There was no charge for children 12 years and under and families took advantage of this novel attraction which entertained and provided information for adults in all walks of life.J. H. Greenwell Dies In Brown,Rites Tuesday * MT. STERLING - James H. Greenwell, 97 year old lifetime Brown county resident, died Friday night at the Whited Nursing Home here. For the past 18 years Mr. Greenwell, a retired farmer, had lived in Mt. Sterling. He was born Feb. 15, 1868 at Cooperstown, the son of William M. and Mary Ann Bates Greenwell. He attended Brown county schools and was a member of the Mt. Sterling Christian church. He was twice married. His first wife, the former Julia Six of Cooperstown, died in January of 1947. He was married to Mrs. Addie Stoner in October of 1948 and she survives. A son, James H. Greenwell, Jr. of Miami, Fla. and a daughter, Mrs. Mae Manny of Springfield, 111. also survive. There are 8 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Three sisters survive, Mrs. Lor a Riley, Des Moines, Iowa; Mrs. Lettie Forsythe of Macomb, 111. and Mrs. Amanda Harper, Jacksonville. The body is at the Rounds Funeral Home where friends may call anytime. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Mt. Sterling Christian church with Rev. C. C. McCaw officiating. Entombment will be made in Mt. Sterling mausoleum. Saturday, April 10th, the West Central Retired Teachers Association, a chapter of the Illinois Retired Teachers Association which includes the Jacksonville area, will hold its spring conference at Lincoln Park Pavilion in Springfield. Registration will be from 9 to 10 a.m. preceding the session which Mrs. Lucille E. Cline, president will conduct. The agenda will include a Memorial Service, conducted by Miss Gladys Coffin; reports of committees; addresses by Paul S. Conklin of Rockford, president of the I.R.T.A.; Dr. Alfred Kamm, administrative assistant, Department of Program Development for Gifted Children of the office of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction and Charles M. Kenney, chairman of the legislative committee of I.R.T.A. Special features for the occasion, includes selections by the Springfield Municipal choir, under baton of E. Carl Lund- The session will close at 12 noon followed by luncheon. Rev. Atile Chito, minister from Vir-den and social science instructor at Lanphier high school in Springfield will have invocation and bendiction. The West Central chapter is an affiliation of six counties, Cass, Macoupin, Menard, Morgan, Sangamon and Scott. All retired teachers in this area, both members and non-members are urged to attend. Pine Attempts To Return 5th Ward To GOP Editor's Note: This is the tenth article in a series of 16 stories concerning the candidates for alderman in the city election April 20. Republican candidate John R. , ' i u- ¡Pine will be opposing Edward gren, who this year marks his p nBrennan, Dicra§t empIoy_ 27th year as director choir and presentation by Mrs. Frances Summers Ridgely of Chapter 3 of her unpublished book, as yet unnamed. Chapter 3 is entitled, Six Year Old Vachel Looks at Life in the Springfield of 1885. Mr. Conklin will discuss the aims and purposes of the Illinois Retired Teachers Association. This discussion is vital to retired teachers of the state, many of whom are not sufficiently informed concerning the values of the organization. Dr. Alfred Kamm, the after dinner speaker will present facts of the procedures in the development program of the state for gifted children. Charles M. Kenney will explain the situation at the moment of the Supplementary Pension in the Illinois legislature. Miss Clara Mischler and Miss Amanda Wessel constitute the committee on menu arrangements and decoration. The registration committee includ es Miss Margaret Gallagher, chairman, Miss Jeanette Dick erson, Miss Ruth Long, Mrs Ruby Devlin, Mrs. Verne Al-kire and Miss Florence Davis. On the hospitality committee, Miss Mary Rathsack, Greenfield and Miss Elizabeth Graham, Mrs. Mary Jane Copp, Miss Lucy Alexander and Miss Miriam Steinmiller, all of Springfield. ed with the state department of public works, for a four-year term as alderman representing the voters of the fifth ward. Pine, 34, of Sunnydale, is a resident of the 15th precinct. The fifth ward is composed of precincts 13, 14 and 15. His opponent is presently serving an appointed term left vacant by the resignation of Milt Hocking, Republican. CONSERVATIONIST TO SPEAK BEFORE AUDUBON SOCIETY The Morgan County Audubon Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 8 at Crispin Hall, Illinois College. Edward Crozier of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service will be guest speaker. Mr. Crozier will discuss "A Day in the funeral home this evening 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held at the Williamson FuneralMrs. Pendleton, Brown Native, Dies In Michigan MT. STERLING - Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Tuesday with,services for Mrs. Mary Pendle-Dr Frank Nestler officiating. toni 60 year old former resident Interment will be m Fernwood 0f Mt. Sterling who died Fri-cemetery at Roodhouse. |day ¡n Detroit, Michigan, were held Monday afternoon at the Rounds Funeral Home here. Rev. Kenneth Anderson officiated and interment was in Mt. Sterling cemetery. Mrs. Pendleton was born at Mt. Sterling Jan. 14, 1905, daughter of Louis and Susan Jones Carter. She was married Julian Brakebill Of Eldred Dies; Rites Tuesday blue was seen. To save further em-barrassement, please call this number 245-2951 immediately. the building. REMEMBER THOSE YOU LOVED WITH A MEMORIAL GIFT TO THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY * f j in CARS DAMAGED IN MINOR ACCIDENT Two cars were damaged an accident on East Superior near the Kordite plant at 8:10 a.m. Monday. Cars driven by Jane L. Patterson of 1124 West Walnut and Lawrence E. Devlin of 816 Myrtle collided. The Patterson auto was leaving the Kordite parking lot and Devlin was headed east on Superior. Both cars left the scene under their own power. City police investigated at the scene. RENT A CAR Day — Week — Month John Ellis Chcv. Co. ATTENTION MASONS Stated meeting Harmony Lodge No. 3, Monday April 5th-7 P.M. IX Ralph Jones, W.M.. pital School of Nursing. The paternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Carroll Castle of Riverside, California. RANCH HOUSE Tuesday special served from 4-8 p.m. Ham & Navy Beans, cabbage salad, corn bread muffins 59c. NOW OPEN Donald Decker's Barber Shop So. Jacksonville, Village Square Two barbers available at all times. A. JAMES HENDERSON HONORED AT WESLEYAN A. James Henderson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Henderson of 247 N. Webster street, was recently elected associate member of the Wesleyan University Chapter of Sigma Xi, national honorary society of scientists. Mr. Henderson is a Physics major. CARROLLTON - Julian ^¿•qJ^ììKìIÌ m pu, slides showing at 5 wuiK. uune hi various Wildlife t w„r„jn„ • .. £ TZ «s .ti1 xr The best Booth ol the *» 91, of Eldred, die3 was judged that sponsored by ^„„It various wS! at 5-a™ S™da>' «'. ^ Bill Wade, local photographer. Jaycee Awards The winner of the one hundred dollar savings bond was Ted Wessell, 872 Grove street. Cases of Coca Cola were Mrs. Maye Boyd Lockwood Dies In City Sunday Mrs. Maye Boyd Lockwood, 77, resident here for many years and wife of Joseph Lockwood, died early Sunday morning following an extended illness. Mrs. Lockwood was born Jan. 24, 1888 at Equality, Illinois. She was the last member of her immediate family. She was first married to William Boyd, who preceded her in death. Mr. Lockwood is his wife's only immediate survivor. The body was taken to the Williamson Funeral Home where friends may call after 9 a.m. Tuesday. Early Wednesday the remains will be taken to Greenville, Kentucky for services and interment.Former Greene Man Dies In Auto Mishap In West to Lewis A. Pendleton who sur- WHITE HALL — Harold Lee vives with three children, Don- (Slug) Berg, 24, former resident aid Christopher and James all of White Hall, was killed in an of Detroit. auto accident Saturday evening - ¡at Vista, Calif, where he re- CAR, PICKUP TRUCK sided with his Parents- Mr- COLLIDE ON WALNUT The meeting® tokened to all p^ jHavelin to WWt^Haufll^was' A car and pick-up truck col- a carpenter at Eldred before I M«* & m}e™ec^ , 0! iretirement. ¡North Church and West Walnut at 3:45 p.m. Sunday. According to city police, the pick-up driven by Goldie Van Carpet Special 501 nylon-continuous filament. Double weave jute back. Latest colors, all in stock. Now 4.95 sq. yd. 100 per cent Foam rubber pad........$1.19 sq. yd. George's Auction & Furniture Co. - . 1852 SO. MAINAh, Sweet Mystery ofthe Weekly News Quiz In the spring, the young man's fancy may turn to love, but . . . the newspaper reader's fancy turns to the weekly News Quiz. What is love compared with the pleasure of the symbol section of the Quiz — where one matches those interesting little pictures with the word clues! Not to mention the fascination of defining words in the news, or answering challenging questions about national and world events! Adventure awaits you on Page Three today. Answers are on Page Four. The News quiz is part of the public service educational programs of the Journal Courier Co. LEGION AUXILIARY TOTheEAmeiicfnLLegion Auseveral nieces ^Z^WlV®^*^™ brought to the Legion home ? Mehl Funeral Home where Each member is urged tojM0ndav 5S aPifiUtra?hd/JPhn!eauc"; Funeral services will be held phant gift for the silent auc- at 2 p m Tuesday ^ fu_ *V ;o ¡neral home with Rev. Robert chSmai 8 P g lwag"er officiating- Interment cnairman. _ |win be in Dayton cemetery near Eldred. ...................... ....Bebber of Rural Route 2, Mur- : friends rn'ay* "call "after 7'p*rm>ayville was attempting a right - turn from Walnut onto North Church Street when it was side-swiped on the right side by a car driven by Truman D. Hel-mig, Rural Route 3, Jacksonville. There were no injuries and both cars were able to leave under their own power. Berg was en route from work. He is survived by his parents, Harold and Kathryn Kelly Berg of Vista; his grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Kelly of White Hall; and a sister, Mrs. Harold Monroe of Rock Falls, m. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon in Vista. Interment will be in that city. FLICK ATTENDS AG SEMINAR Layo Flick, 132 City Place, district sales manager for Tom-co Genetic Giant, Inc., is attending a five day seminar at Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. He is one of 44 district sales managers from the principal corn, sorghum, soybean and alfalfa growing areas of the United States attending the seminar to gain information on the latest developments in agriculture. TEKMITES - ROACHES CALL RANGE 245-5729 WHERE TO SEND FUNDS FOR TREES Contributions to the tree-planting fund may be sent to "Trees," Jacksonville Journal Courier, 235 West State street. Names of those donating between $4.50 and $15, the price range of the trees, will be published, unless otherwise designated. Checks should be made payable io the Jacksonville Tree Planting Fund. 'Miller Funeral Is Held Sunday Funeral services for W. Glenn Miller were held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday at the Williamson Funeral Home with Rev. William J. Boston officiating. Mrs. Francis Angel presided at the organ for two numbers, The Old Rugged Cross and In the Garden. Pallbearers were Allen Koeh-ler, Kenneth Peltier, David Thomas, Edward Miller and William R. Watkins. Interment was made in Chapin cemetery. John Pine Pine was born in Springfield and lived in Monmouth with his parents from 1938 until he was called into the Korean conflict. He served with the U.S. Marine corps from 1951-54 as a member of an infantry line company, spending 21 months overseas. After leaving the service, he attended and graduated from the the University of Illinois with a degree in political science. He married Betty Fisherkeller of Springfield, and they are the parents of four children. Pine moved to Jacksonville in 1959. He is the owner of the Public Service Agency, which acts in settling delinquent accounts. His offices are located in the new Savings and Loan building. Ran For JP Politically, Pine ran for justice of the peace against Democrat Richard Doyle in 1960 and was defeated in the county-wide election. Three years later he was defeated in his bid for alderman in the primary election by Milt Hocking by 105 votes. Pine, whose father was Republican county treasurer in Warren county from 1958-62, is a member of the Church of Our Saviour, Knights of Columbus, Kiwanis, Elks, American Legion, Jacksonville Area Development Corporation, and is serving as first vice-president of the Young Republican club. His wife Betty, is a member of the League of Women Voters, member of the local Girl Scout council, member of the American Association of University Women and the Morgan County Women's Republican club. Pine feels that there will be continued commercial and residential growth in and adjacent to the fifth ward. He believes that this continued growth will affect residents of the fifth ward and the city. Concerning needs of the fifth ward, Pine was quoted as saying, "I feel that the fifth ward alderman must be available to assist in the day-to-day problems that will arise." ALLEN FUNERAL HELD FRIDAY AT CARROLLTON CARROLLTON -Funeral services for Mrs. Freda Allen were held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Mehl Funeral Home. Officiating ministers were the Rev. Harry Potter of Jerseyville and the Rev. Edward Ethtogton of Kane. Mrs. Lawrence Thien, was organist. Pallbearers were Edgar Way-ham Jr., Carroll Wayham, «1__tj .....01 James Allen, Fred Baker Ji . Flamingo Beauty Salon E]don LoelIke and Alton Wori;- Is now taking appointments at I man. Burial was in the Jalap- 211 £. College. Phone 245-5817. Ipa Cemetery. ;