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ed and orderly hous- short " or re.- be added a t i o n obtained All d lo the by the Raymond, l permission h i t e estimated is prim, avoiding so .and aiding Piscasso's rusty steel abstraction is unveiled In Chicago, AP rhoio MontclairePool Mothers Hold Fashion Show The Montclaire Pool Mothers Club was hostess for a fashion show and card partv at the Montclaire Bowl Wednesday ovr-timg. The. l.abson Shop, with Mrs. L. 1,. Hangcrt in charge, provided provided the fashion show with SO outfits. The models wore shoes ·from Monlclairo Shoe store. The models were: Donna Simmons, Simmons, Mary Sue Patton, Joan K i h a u s e n , M a r y llouba, Kathy Phillips. Jan Knowles, ,fanny Gallagher, llita Hill, I r e n e Thatcher and Mary Bennett. Card party winners were Mrs. Maurice Hill, Mrs. Glenn Phillips, Phillips, Mrs. Roy Blcikamp, Mrs. ,)oe Kelleher, Mrs. Owen Moore, Mrs. Lester Buhrmoster, Mrs. Phil Weber, Mrs. llulda Schon, Mrs. Esther Spit/.e, Mrs. Joyce. KMcdge, Mrs. LaVorno Schmidt, Mrs, A. C. Richardson, Mrs. William Drda, Mrs. John Kruse, Mrs. Ted Werner, Mrs, Carole Schwartz, Mrs. Evelyn Bern- liardt, Mrs, Quentin fiihause.n and four others who did not leave their names. The committee in charge included included Mrs. James Gallagher, c h a i r m a n : Mrs. Ted Re.nnetl, Mrs. Roland B r u m m i l , and Mrs, Lester Troecklcr. Structure Is Puzzling In number reflecting Command u cn and the and p. Winter Glen Carbon Unit Visits Fair Members of the Glen Carbon T.indsay-Schaub News Service Chicago Thousands of Clucafioans crowded the civic Center Pla/.a Murder Trial Ordered for Detroit Cop Detroit (AP) One of two Detroit policemen charged with first-degree murder murder in the shooting ol two Negro Negro youths during lasl month's riot was bound over today for trial. Judge Robert E, DcMuscio of Recorder's Criminal Court ruled Patrolman Ronald August must stand trial in Ihc death of Aubrey Aubrey Pollard, 19. Patrolman Robert Faille was released. Faille had been charged in the death of Fred Temple, 18, Testimony in the llirec-day preliminary examination of the two white policemen focused on the activities, of August at the Algiers Motel the morning oC July 26, when three Negro youths were shot to death. The dealh ot Carl Cooper, 17, slill is under investigation. The prosecution could si a r I criminal proceedings against Pniilo again, Assistant Prosecutor Tuesday to look in some puzzlement puzzlement at the Picasso monument monument which now officially graces Ihc eily. The massive piece of sculpt sculpt u r e was officially dedicated by Mayor Richard Daley while (lie Chicago Symphony performed in the background. For some it was a historical occasion, For most it was plain hysterical. To describe the futuristic six-story monument is impossible. impossible. One child thought il might be a dinosaur. A Cook County official official who has an office adjacent to the monument said it reminded reminded him of a giant keyhole. "I don't like t his modern art," he said, "What I like is this," he said pointing lo n picture picture of a Greek slatue on Ihe wall of his office. For Ihc most part, Chicago opinion seems lo have been that of one man who said, "This is the ugliest thing I've ever seen." To a visiting newsman it looked like a giant prehistoric bird silling across the Taj Mahal. One thing is certain. Chicagoans Chicagoans will have a conversation piece for possibly years to come. Th'in there was the fellow fellow who, after eating green corn off the cob, absentmindedly absentmindedly buttered and salted salted his harmonica. Lexington

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  1. The Edwardsville Intelligencer,
  2. 17 Aug 1967, Thu,
  3. Page 3

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