Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 9, 1958 · Page 21
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 9, 1958
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ALTON EVENfNQ TELEQftAPtt WEDNESDAY, JULY 9,195i 3rd Annual Ja&z Concert Setjfaig. Hat County Seat EDWARDSVtLLE. — The third tnrniftl jazz concert and festival, ttef Church will meet for a basket lunch at Kendall Hill Thursday W. River High Sets Budget At $1,065,450 : Sponsored by Local 9S Amerieflnjat 10:30 a.m. The World Wide; Federation of Musicians, will getlGuild Girls, under the leadership WOOD RIVKft — The Board of tinder way here at 8 p.m. Aug. 4>of Airs. Lauren Weihaupt will be. Education of high school District! In City Park, according to Rogerjin charge of the program. Mrs. 154, Tuesday night reviewed t h ei Schwan of Wood River, who IsjWilliam Voyles will direct thejpi-oposed budget for the school handling the arrangement?. (devotions. Any member needingjyear, 1959-60, which will be open last year's concert drew flboutitransporfation is asked to call herjf or public hearing at » special 3,000 spectators and featured kvjd«1e '«"*'•• ~" ! ~ ' - °" - "" '"- 1 Cal and St. Louis musicians. j Hospital Notes Schwan said he would have the,' EDWARDSVILLK. - TITO area complete program for this year'sji'esldents werc admitted Tuesdayi|| 1P administration staff, caller!' festival in "about a week." but' to St. Joseph's Hospital. High-! for total expenditures in all funds 1 said that two Units so far would! 18 *" 1 - and three Patients were dis-i 0 f $1..ifif,.4r>0 and a total tax rate definitely appear. One is his own charged. jof 1.1(57 or an increase in the group. ''The Four Notes," a mod- 1 Admitted were: Erwin Jaegel. irate of .358") over that of HIP cm jazz combo now playing at|434 West Union, and Kirk Mat-'present fiscal year. the Playdlum in East St. Louis. [lock, 1713 North Main St. ; The budspl amount has been session July 23 at the high school office. The tolal hudgr-t. prepared byj Schwan, vcho plays the saxophone, is leader of the group. Also scheduled to appear in the concert, Schwan said, are the "Woodcats" of Wood River Community High School, an all-student band of more than 15 instruments. As in last year's concert, n street near the City Park will be roped off for street dancing, Schwan said, Park street between Fillmore and Buchanan was used for this purpose last year. The idea for an Edwardsville concert first originated with Walt Schlemer, popular Edwardsvjlle orchestra leader and a former vice president of the union, and wag picked up by the organization. Nothing is gained financially from the festival, with all the musicians participating without charge, and the goal is for an event similar to the famous Newport jazz festival in Newport, R.I. Plan Picnic EDWARDSVILLE. — The Missionary Circles of the First Bap- Discharged were: Ralph For- increased $277,647 ovrr last year's tolal of $787.647. The proposed budget will raise thn tax rate to within .005 of the maximum limit for educational fund purposes and to within .015 for building fund purposes. One Fill! Swoop Both Paul Gardner, superinlen- ,dent of schools, and Dr. Eldon The Madison County Homecom-jWheeler, assistant principal, ex- ing Picnic Association has an-'P res! * d »he opinion (hat the move nounced the followinR dates of alli'o raise the tax evy and budget picnics throughout thn county for appropriation* should be made * 4-n tt«i» «-»ir4*-.«+ 4hv«* rmt<r\t n«* trAf* ** raker, 313 Jefferson Rd.: Walter Hartung. 235 Crane St., and Mrs. Robert Millen and daughter, of 10 Brookside Ct. County Homecoming Picnic Dates Announced jto this extent this coming year all in one move rather than make for the next few years. the coming months. July 11 and 12. MaryvllTP: July 12 and 13. Livingston; July 19 and 20,'Prairietown: July 19 and 20,:".^ eason fop t)](? movc WM g|v . St. Jacobs: July 25 and 26. Troy:< en as to place , he fjnan( . ia) op . July 25. 26 and 27, South Roxana; | eration of the distr i c t on a sound July 26 and 27. Hamel; August 2| hasis in pernapg two yPHrs rath- and 3, Alhambra and August 16| er tnan extcnd tne , imo limit and 17, Grantfork. June Birth Total Here Favorable On New Street Signs, Says Watt standards. These bids al» h«V» been held for study, said Watt, but wilh assurance Mi award tit contract can be wade. fl^l 1£1 'JfifQ New street-nan 1 * 1 signs-for at J. OU Jf Ol tJOj 'east 45 important street inter•- sections are assured tinder fav More births were recorded injorable bids received Tuesday aft- Alton in June than in any previousjernoon. City Manager Watt an- Imonth of 1958, but the* total of 982 "ounced today The porposals remain (o be an OPEN HOUSE NEXT WEEK New building for Radio Station tVOKZ Godfrey road, near North Junior High has been occupied for a short time. An School, was laid out by President Ed open house to receive the public is Palen as his dream of many years.— planned for next week. The station, on Staff Photo. Mrs. Kelley's Witt Filed In Probate Court Khrushrhev Delivers Standard Lecture Again BERLIN (AP)—Nikita Khrushchev delivered his standard lee- German Communist Party Congress opening in East Berlin Thursday. turl> tour address to the East Ger-; Laurent* Revival* Planned NEW" YORK (/PI—Revival of jfour plays by Arthur Laurents, ff, , • i , I I (« mans Tuesday nigh, dressed up; In - " of Broadway's most energetic Probate Court the wir of Mrs.i j with the new sharp note for Yugo_| to fiv , e or six years The district sw K „ o£ A ,, h dj . ommmM bloc , s „„,„„ tw«.i, hi.»A»i B « -PHn-ai-H rih was forced this past year to se- o • 1I1C t-omimmist moc i.s getting British historian tdivard WD- ^ _ M ^ _^ u fiiMj ^^Jed June 2, contains $4,800 in cash stronger and will defeat capital- i authors, is scheduled off-Broadway for the fall. bon com Fall of the Roman Empire" in! 1787. "50.000 fund bonds expenses for thr last fiscal year over the ' bequests to relatives, with pro-! tan without war, the Soviet Prevision for division of the re- France now leads in rabbitskin exports. for the first half of the year is 75 U-ss than the total for the first half of 1957. The decline in births for the last six months is 7 per cent. June births numbered 185. it was announced at the office of City Clerk Price today. For June ol last year, the figure was 190. Highest previous monthly registration this year was 181 in March. The low month was May with 136. Deaths in June numbered 38, lowest figure thus far this year. The half-year .total of 281 ts 27 less than that of 308 at end of June a year ago. Only one month thus far this year has had more births recorded than its corresponding month last year. Only in two months have death figures exceeded those of corresponding months of 1957. Jtiilgo Clark Still Improving Circuit Judge Harold R. Clark continues to make steady progress toward recovery following a gall bladder operation, his wife stated today, and if the improvement continues he expects to re- mier sald '" the industrial town! IN PERSON JERSEY COUNTY FAIR SEE Brenda Lee 12 YtAR OLD SINGING SENSATION A TV, Radio and Decca Record Star, Guert Star on Perry Como and Steve Allen TV Show'*.' Was a featured utar on the Red Folly TV Show in 1956. Brenda 'Is one of nation's brifhtMt young TV and radio stani of today. Keplacement for Pe< Lev Bates. Was tht Featured Star at tht 1956 Minnesota State Fair PLUS « OTHER BIO ACTS —r- JOE SHIRMKR Mid HIS DIXIELAND'BAND VARJU BROS. (Harmonica Players) GENE DEVOE—Gr£»t Magician and Illusionist THE THREE J>8—8enution»l Sn^all Fry Musical Trios. One Night Only-2 Hour Show Saturday, July 12th, 8:30 P. M. •. •. • ,.CMW Sects OR Track* amount budgeted for that period.'imaining estate between a sisteri of Halle ' " Thcrc 1S olll - v one Sl >- Tne BoaTd also decided tomectland brother. ' ; cialist 'Communist) country which! with the Township Board of! Hearing on a petition for pro-! 18 llm P'"K ~ Yugoslavia," he.| School Trustees in the near fu-jbate, biled by. a ^brother. Edwini a( ^ edt Iture to discuss revision of the Meyer of Alton, was set for Julvi " Grrat e£forts must be nwfie so school insurance program. ,30. " [Yugoslavia marches with us," he At present, some school build-j Executed Aug. 27. 1956. the will isaid - ings and equipment are insur-jdirected sale of personal items ( ed at appraised value as low asjand residence property at 1711 32 per cent and as high as 128|Bozza St.. Alton, with legacies iper cent where me recommend-ito be paid from proceeds to.the ed figure is 80 per cent for all property. Discussion concerning a revised insurance program also was held on the advisability of appointing a local insurance man as "agent of record" to get the official insurance rates from the Illinois Inspection Bureau and to serve as broker for the complete program. Heating System Action was taken by the Board to replace 'six tubes in the school's hot water heater and install a circulating pump between the circulating line and the wat- ier tank. This move will tend to eliminate lime deposits in the heater, which was installed new two years ago and had developed leaks already, Gardner said. ! The Board also approved pur ! chase of 35 class room chairs a a cost of $665. These chairs wil be placed in Room 202 and the chairs formerly there will be placed in the Student Lounge for classroom purposes there next year which will see the convening of four classes a day due to overcrowded conditions' at the school. Gardner reported that the summer repair''work in the" building was going oi) schedule and that SA1I OATH THUtlOAV, MIDAY, SATWDAY MUV 10, H, ANP IS Thi$ coupon tntillti chiur to on* llMI tot «m> following: William Meyer of Alton, a brother, 54,000; $300 each to'two nieces, Shirley May Meyer Marshall and ,Lois Eileen Meyer (Clayton), both of Alton; $100 each to two grandnephews, Paul David and Mark Stevenson Marshall also of Alton. -An initialed silver service was bequeathed to a n)ece, Annie Meyer Johnson of Alton. The will directed that s the remaining estate be divided be- teen a sister and brother,' Edwin Meyer and Annie Meyer Johnson, both of Alton. Value of the estate was not shown; ftuest Conductor ' Peter Jlich Tchaikovsky, rioted Russian composer, was guest conductor when New York tit famous Carnegie Hall' was opened on May 5, 1891. the painting will be finished in another week, the' asphalt tile has been laid in the main hall and that the art room will be, completed the middle .of this month. Employment' of , Miss Shirley Fleming of Southern Illinois University in Carbondale as girl's Jhysical education instructor and Homer Hale of East Alton as night watchman was approved, Bills of $45,155.19'were allow-' ed. Board members present were Dn'Harold Hudson, president proj :em; Mrs. V. J. Brazier, Tom! lolland, Dr. Thomas Kelly and Raymond Skinner. Khrushchev will 'attend the. East! Get Mart Our of Life ... Go Out to a Movie! •\Vptoui, Air-CoiKliHomd [Open Daily 8:30. Show Starts 7 P. M. Matinee Wednesdays |and Sundays. Doors open 12:30 .Show Starts 1:00 P.M. (No Matinee Saturday/) DRIVE IN THEATRE 7400 Collinsville Rd. UP. 4-9008 [Opens 7:00 Stnrts at Dusk TO-NIGHT! STARLIGHT <*»fir/«• OPENS AT 7:00 TONIGHT Thursday First Run Showing AllKtW! All OUT! TONIGHT AND THURS. Family Special Prices Evening Prices, Adults 25o Kiddies 20c MATINEE WEDNESDAY FOR THE KIDDIES From 1 P. M. Continuous Wednesday Matinee Prices, Adults 25c Kiddies 15c, 3 for 25c THIS IS SENSATIONAL BRIG I TIE BARDOT starring in a now French Film alyzed, said the city manager, before the best satisfactory pro- posal'is determined. However, prices submitted come within estimates, and the full marking program set for the present hereforc can be carried out. The street marking program has wen set up for completion over a 'our-ycar period. Bids also were received yesterday by the city on painting rim of the municipal garages, and for painting parking meter urn home in the next day or so/He is a patient in Alton Memorial Hospital. AIR CONDITIONED Week iJayn CofttttUMttl from 1 P.M. Sun. Continuous from i P;M. AMPMS PARKINO TMUftS. - ml. 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