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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPn WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1963 Language O o Is Biggest C7O Barrier EDWARDSVILLE - Dr. Alfred G. PcIliRrino, foreign Language CommiMpc hrnrt of SIU's Ed- wnrdsville campus, today said lie believes there is an even greater barrier between (lie east and west than the Berlin wall, separating people in every corner ol t h e world and that this barrier is the "language wall." "When people learn to speak each other's language, we're on the road to understanding each other," the linguist said." "learning a foreign language is no longer the "embroidery" on an education. It is now one of the most important responsibilities of young people. We can't afford to assume we can gel long being mono-lingual and hoping the other fellow learns English." Pelligrino believes the long range solution to bringing down the language wall is to start teach ing children a foreign language on the grade school level, continuing the program through high school and college. Foreign languages should become part of a child's education and could be integrated with other subjects, such as history and geography, he said, rather than being used as a replacement for any subject. Enrollments in foreign language study are on the increase, he said, and to meet the increased demand for languages, SIU's Foreign Language staff at the area campus has been increased t o, nine full-time members variously' teaching French, German, Russian and Spanish. Pelligrino, who last year headed one of the 84 institutes held under the provisions of the National Defense Act to improve the skill of foreign language teachers, hopes some day to see these studies a universal part of education. Dr. Pelligrino, who studied at Wesleyan and Hale universities and holds a doctorate from the University of Montreal, came to SIU this year from the University of Maine where he was a professor of Romance languages, teacher training and asministra- tion. X CULTURED Pearl Drop NECKLACE Gold Filled Chain .00 QQc Gif» ~«Yal. 00 boxed Hurwitz Jewelers Fabulous Purchase Sale! ITS THE WILDEST PRICE MNKrfKim EVERSEEN! Sunbeam Elcc. fry Parts flfge 40" size with iJorttrol and lid. Sunbenm & C5.E. KITCHEN CLOCKS Choice ol Pastel Colors. Orig. 5.95 f;?r- I-lmll $ O99 to a 'p' «^^--^ COSTUME JEWELRY Sets i And Fnrrlnft Compare At $4.00 $149 1 Dominion Electric CORN POPPERS Reg. $ 4 98 LOOK! LOOK! FOR ONLY r For fhe Ladles Beautiful PEARL NECKLACE With Purchase of $1.00 or More Our buyers searched the market and found much merchandise in manufacturers' and wholesalers' overstock that we bought at SACRIFICE PRICES! CHOOSE NOW FOR ANNIVERSARIES, GRADUATIONS AND FATHERS' DAY! We hove selected the best of these offerings PLUS selected Items Come early for best selections ... Buy now for yourself or for com- from the stocks of our five stores and CHOPPED ALL PRICES to rhe SLSTyZ! JLST 1 * 1 t'i naHona " y * amOM b f a " d inclu ded * bone in order to give the people of this area this TREMENDOUS £& 55JSSTSw!«C«na M gSS SAVINGS EVENT! must be satisfied or your money refunded within 30 days. Be on Hand When Our Doors Open for This Great Stock Liquidation Sale at ALL ITEMS AT BOTH STORES " • DOWNTOWN ALTON AND EASTGATE PLAZA 1 11 If V tm • Skies Show Summer Constellations By JAMES STOKLEY Science Service Astronomy Writ'T Although summer, in the Northern Hemisphere, does not begin until June 21, when the sun readies farthest north in its annual circuit of the sky, the evening skies already are beginning to show the summer constellations. One of these is the scorpion, which appears low in the south. In Scorpius is the bright star called Antares, which is distinctly red in color. Not all of the constellation is visible at the hours for which this map is drawn. Next month, however, it will be entirely in view. The name Antares means "rival of Mars," doubtless given because both the star and planet are red. If you wish, you can compare them, because Mars is the only planet now visible in the evening hours. It is toward the west, in Leo, the lion, a constellation j shown partly on the northern sky map and partly on the southern. Actually Antares is considerably brighter than Mars is now, but it is dimmed on account of its low altitude. The earth's atmosphere absorbs much of its light. Also which Mars passes about June 1. The planet's position is shown for the middle of June. To the left of Leo is Virgo, the virgin, with a first magitude star called Spica. Higher is another bright one, Arcturus, in Bootes, the herdsman. Turning toward the eastern sky you can see the brilliant Vega, the brightest star visible on summer evenings. It is in Lyra, the lyre. Underneath it stands Cygnus, the swan. Some of the stars in this constellation form the "northern cross" with the one called Deneb at the top, now directed downward and to the left. Both Deneb and Vega appear on the northern map, but just to the right, appearing on the chart for the southern skies, is Altair, in Aquila, the eagle. These three stars—Altair, Vega and Deneb — form a large stellar triangle that is conspicuous on mid-summer evenings. Just above the northwestern horizon our map shows parts of Gemini, the twins, and Auriga, the charioteer. These are all that re- constellations of the winter evening. The stars Pollux and Capella are both of the first magnitude but are greatly dimmed when they are so low. Four other planets now appear later in the night. Saturn rises in the east about midnight, in Capricornus, the sea-goat. Jupiter is now in Pisces, the fishes, and comes up about two hours ahead of the sun. It is more brilliant than any other star or planet that is then visible, Venus, which Is still brighter, rises about an eastern sky has begun to brighten hour before the sun, when the with the coming of dawn. And around June 13 Mercury is farthest west of the sun. It rises about the same time ss Venus, but is only about a fortieth as bright, so it will be difficult to see. ft ti. LADY VANITY PORTABLE HAIR DRYERS fe ft? With 5 Position Hot Con-; vitrol. Vanity Ca«, Mlrrol g! and Large Hood , & Reg. $17.95 i^^tS:, « ••.S^i.Ai <4XA? •iy^sWWbe'.vsi <-DIAMOND WEDDING SETS . UK yellow uu) while fold. R,,. 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