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St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri · Page 116

St. Louis, Missouri
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Sunday, November 23, 1958
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n , i PLEDGE OF $50,000 3. Lionberger Davis, St. Louis lawyer, banker and philanthro pist, has pledged $50,000 to the Adacemy of Soience of St Louis, Stratford Lee Morton academy president disclosed yesterday. In a note to Morton, Davis said he would donate the money over a three-year period. The first donation will be made either this year or next and will amount to $20,000, Davis wrote. He pledged amounts of in 1960 and 1961. The money will be used to help set up the academy's pro posed museum of science and Industry and museum of Ozark area natural history In Clav. ton. Morton said he hopes to raise $500,000 over the next five years for the museum. Davis has been a benefactor of the St. Louis Art Museum and has given the museum objects of art valued at hun dreds of thousands of dollars. ma aonauons nave incmaea Chinese ritual bronze collet tion regarded as one of the finest In the United States. The $50,000 donation to the Academy of Science will help the academy qualify for a $45,000 grant from a charitable trust fund set up by the late A. P. Greensfelder. The grant was awarded two weeks ago under the condition that the academy raise an additional $135,000. Morton said he was "highly gratified" at the Davis donation and expressed confidence that other contributions soon will be made. The academy has been homeless since selling its building at 4642 Llndell boulevard In 1958. Sometime next year, It will move into two large residences under a $l-a-year lease arrangement with the City of Clayton, The homes are In Oak Knoll park on a 21-acre tract at Big Bend boulevard and Clayton road. Murl Deusing, curator of education at the Milwaukee Public Museum, was employed early this month as director of the academy. He will take over the position in mid-January, Morton said. COUPLE MARRIED 50 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Koch, 4410 Clarence avenue, will observe their fiftieth wedding anniversary Tuesday at a dinner at Chase Hotel for relatives and friends. Koch Is employed by the American Furnace Co. TMs Week'. Events Tomorrow. Film Program: "The FBI," "Forest Ranger" and "Coral Wonderland," Barr Branch Library, 1701 South Jefferson avenue, 7 p.m. Film Program: "Magic Fiddle," "Texas Star," "In the Park with Marcel Marceau" and "Paper In the Round," Di-voll Branch Library, 1100 Farrar street, 7:30 p.m. Illustrated Talk: "Ancient Roman Cities of the Middle East," by Jacquelin Amler, City Art Museum, Forest Park, 8 p.m.; color slides. Tuesday. Lecture: "Mantel Decoration," by Mary Powell, City Art Museum, Forest Park, 11 a.m. Book Review: "On My Own," by Eleanor Roosevelt, and "Mrs. R.: The Life of Eleanor Roosevelt" by Alfred . Steinberg; reviewer. Mrs. John H. Jordan, Central Public Library, 1301 Olive street, 12:15 p.m. Film Program: "Gallant Little Tailor," "Three Little Bruins Go Camping" and "Lit tle Red Riding Hood," Baden Branch Library, 8316 North Broadway, 4 p.m.; for children, j Family Night: Kinloch Cen- i ter, Y.W.C.A., 128 Monroe avenue, Kinloch, 7 p.m. Wednesday Film Program: "Letter From Alaska" and "Turkey of Ata- turk," Cabanne Branch Library, liuo union boulevard, 7:30 p.m nua Program: "Missouri State Parks," "Iron Curtain Lands" and "Egypt Today," Ca- rondelet Branch Library, 6800 Michigan avenue, 7:30 p.m. Friday Film Program: "People of Greece" and "Playgrounds of France," Central Public LI brary, 1301 Olive street, 12:15 p.m. i Saturday Film Program: "Snowman In July," "Tommy the Lion" and Klonl's Pol Pounder;-' Wells- ton Branch Library, 5901 Eas-ton avenue, 10 a.m.; for chil dren. Children's Program: "Fron tier Adventures," children' room, Jefferson Memorial build' ing, Forest Park, 10:30 a.m.; for boys and girls 7 to 12 years of age. Demonstration: Wood sculp ture, conducted by Elizabeth Phelan, City Art Museum, For est Park, 2:30 p.m. Sunday Art Talks: "Caporall Annun ciation," City Art Museum, For est Park. 2:30 and 4:30 p.m, Tour: Half-hour tour of the galleries. City Art Museum, Forest Park, 8:30 p.m. Illustrated Talk: Slides of America by N. H. Von Soosten, songs by the Statesman Quartet, Tesson Ferry Branch of St Louis County Library, 9920 Lin-Ferry drive, St Louis county, 8 p.m. Romanian Aid for India. NEW DELHI. Nov. 22 (AP) -Communist Romania has offered India an $11,000,000 credit to help set up an oil refinery in Assam. HOT ROD CLUES TO ETCH AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES Etching of automobile accessories will be provided motorists by three hot-rod clubs in the St. Louis area from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. today. The service is being offered so that items, which might be stolen and recovered, can be identified by owners. The Nomads of Webster Groves will operate at the Bet- tendorf-Rapp parking lot, Big Bend boulevard and Elm avenue, Webster Groves. The Terrapins will be on the Better n-dorf-Rapp lot at Union and Page boulevards, and the Alky-Burners on Moll's Market lot, Mackenzie and Gravois roads, Affton. Gary Barker, a member of the Nomads, said that although police often apprehend automobile accessory thieves, owners seldom are able to identify their property and the thieves are able to avoid prosecution. MILITARY TRAFFIC AGENCY EMPLOYES RECEIVE AWARDS John H. Walker, an employe in the passenger traffic branch of the Military Traffic Management Agency's Traffic Services Division, has received a $200 cash award for sustained superior performances of duties, it was announced yesterday. Peter Grossman, an employe of the Freight Traffic Division, got a suggestion ST. 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