Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 12, 1963 · Page 3
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June 12, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1963 Student Center Plan OKd Preliminary plans for a new student center building to be erected on the Southern Illinois Uni versify Alton campus were approved by members of the Shurtleff Baptist Foundation at special meeting Tuesday in First Baptist Church. The lower floor is designed for student activities and the upper floor will be living quarters for Dr. Fred Chambers, director of the student foundation, and his wife. The new building will be con structed on Leverett and Worden avenues, on the site of the old student, center, now being razed. Construction is scheduled to begin early this fall. The board took action to change the fiscal year to coincide with the calendar year and set the annual meeting date in January instead of May. The foliowing officers were elect- ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE Attend Seminar Dean Henry J. Rehn of the Southern Illinois University School of Business, Carbondale, and Dr. Kurt Glaser of the social science department, SIU Edwardsville campus, are attending the University of Wisconsin's In- :ercollegiate Faculty Seminar on Political Economy .at Madison this Support Pledged SIU Agrees to Cooperate in City-Schools Facilities Plan ed to serve for the remainder of the year: The Rev. Oren Anderson, pastor of First Baptist, president; Dr. David Bear of the SIU acuity, vice president; Rev. Waler Burk, pastor of First Baptist of Wood River, secretary-treasurer; the Rev, Ben Bohn, pastor of Main Street Baptist, assistant ecretary-treasurer. Committees appointed by the n'esident were: John Webber, milding and property; the Rev. John, publicity and promotion; he Rev. Harold Lane, budget; the lev. Freman Privett, Dr. Bear and Dr. Chambers, foundation pro;ram. Two voconcies on the building ommittee were filled by the Rev. Vnderson and Dr. Bear. The first in a series of meetings between SIU, Alton Park and Recreation Commission and Alton School Board was held at the Recreation Center Tuesday night to discuss areas of cooperation for city beautification and recreation. Dr. Delyte Morris, SIU President and Dr. Clarence Stephens, vice president in charge of the Edwardsville Campus, pledged support of the plan. The meeting was an exploratory one with each group explaining its problems in an attempt to find a common ground. Attending the meeting were Mayor P. W. Day, Maitland Tim- mermiere, 'chairman of the finance committee of the Alton City Council; Robert Minsker, Alton School Board President; Dr. J. B. Johnson, superintendent of the Al- ton school system: Edwin Leamon asst. superintendent of Altoi schools; Dr. Gordon Moore, Di Robert Elliott, Charlps Raybon and Maurice Wickcnhauser of ih Alton Park and Recreation Com mission and Harold Bean, Di rector of the Alton Park and Recreation Departments. The group agreed to meet agair in October at Lockhaven Country Club. Special Selling SHOES by Peggie Lee 590 Reg. to 7.99 Hi and Mid Heels Blk. Pat. Red White Blue City Sales Tax Shows Upturn Alton's receipts from the municipal sales tax for the first three months of its fiscal year show an increase of 6 per cent over the corresponding period last year. The tax received in the last three months reflects the volume of retail sales here for the months of January through March, and hence indicates an increase of 6 per cent in the dollar volume of retail business for the first quarter of the calendar year of 1963. City records show the total of sales tax credited to Alton since last April 1, start of the present fiscal period, is $75,797.68. Last year, in the same period, the city received $71,256.48. Increase this year is $4,541.20. Notice was received by the city yesterday from the state Department of Revenue Alton's June >ayment, based on March retail- ng here, is $30,061.80. Tha smartest shoe you can wear... in perfect taste whatever the occasion . .. going welt with everything you owni AAA—AA—B Special Croup of Flats NOW OVER HERE WE... Robert Minsker, Alton School Bpard SIU president, center, and Dr. Gordon president, points out an interesting sight Moore, president of the Alton Park and in Rock Spring Park to Delyte Morris, , Recreation Commission. 'Sky Divers' to Be at... Air Show June 23 Colors: Red Patent Black Patent Black Leather Bone White HO 5-8851 U. S. Army 'Sky Divers' will be a feature at the big free air show at Civic Memorial Airport, June 23, where more than 100,000 spectators are expected. A sky jumper, known as t h e "Amazing Batman," will leap into space 2 miles over the airport, wearing a bird-winged suit, and maneuver about the sky like a giant eagle and at 1,000 feet above the ground will release his chute and float to a landing in front of the spectators. A jump team from the National Air Shows will descend, carrying a large 50-star flag to the ground. The show is being conducted in cooperation with the Missouri Air National Guard that is celebrating its 40th anniversary that weekend. Two day of events, June 21 and 22, have been planned at Lambert Field by the guard. The show at Civic Memorial will include acrobatic aircraft, displays of antique and experimental aircraft, smoke writing and precision maneuvering. Harold Krier, three-time AAA acrobatic champion, will perform 44 precision maneuvers in a 15- minute period. He will then fly low over the runway, in an upside down position, and pluck a ribbon from between two cane poles. Acrobatics will be performed in a light plane by Charles Hillard, 1959-60 AAA light plane champion. "How Not to Fly," will be a comedy act with a pilot flying low over the field putting Us plane through intricate maneuvers. In another low flying act, 50 feet over the field, a stuntman will ride on the top wing of a bi- wing aircraft as the plane is being put through loops and rolls. Spin Drop An airplane with a "dead" en- ine, at 6,000 feet, will spin to 600 feet and the pilot will then put the plane through loops, rolls, and hen land the craft on the runway —on one wheel. An aerial stunt man will transfer from a speeding automobile on the runway to an airplane with i rope ladder attached to it and hen will do a hankie pick-up from the ground, from the ladder. A plane with colored smoke emitting from the wing tips and engine exhaust will perform "Rhapsody in Smoke," a precision air dance. Two airplanes in formation, will perform rolls, figure eights, and loops. Dick Schramm and Bob Hoover, two nationally-known acrobatic flyers, will also be on the program. Col. Robert L. Smith of the Missouri Air National Guard said he hopes to include in the show a tanker refueling jets over the airport, but, he said the demonstration may have to be left out because of the length of the program. Refreshments, restroom and parking facilities have been set up for the show. City Fire Loss Total fire loss of $25,570 was reported in Alton during May in a monthly report by Fire Chief Warren Grable today. Loss for May last year was $4,420. Firemen answered 43 alarms last month, compared to 41 for the same period last yeai-. SPECIAL SELLING! White Johansens Reg. $18.95 $1090 NOW 1Z White Calf Lustre . . . White Mesh...White Patent. . .White . . White with Brown . . White with Black ..Also featuring Black . . Red Patent. . .Bone REG. $14.95 PAVILIA SHOES NOW $10.90 $5 PER MONTH BUYS $100 IN MERCHANDISE I NO MONEY DOWN! wmmm -mr mm extra value SUMMER SUCCESSES FOR THE FASHION AND BUDGET-MINDED! FLORAL PRINT AND POLKA DOT ARNEL JERSEY DRESSES See yourself through summer in these carefree fashions. We've taken arnel jersey, added a generous amount of fashion styling, and seasoned it all with sensational low prices . . . that's our recipe for these terrific June Extra Value Sale buys! See you Thursday! NO PHONE ORDERS SAVE NOW! ON WORLD'S LARGEST SELLING AIR CONDITIONER NOW YOU CAN BUY A 1 H.P. FEDDERS $ FOR ONLY 158 88 115V 7.5 AMPS IHHP 220V $ 248 2 HP 220V . $ 288 j! AUTOMATIC DEHUMIDIFIERS . . . S 77 77 BTUS 5,000 to 24,000 AIR CONDITIONING'S GREATEST COMFORT FEATURE AT LOW, LOW PRICE Comfort's always waiting—because Climatimer remembers when you're coming. Climatimer turns this air conditioner on before you get home. So you save needless cost of operation. I 15 volt or 230 volts. Just about installs itself—in 77 seconds. BANK FINANCING ... LAY AWAY OR EASY PAYMENTS WE ARE SLASHING PRICES ON ALL MODELS Your Choice of Our Entire Stock of Regular 2.99 SUMMER HANDBAGS >44 Plus Tax COME IN AND SEE WHY CY'S SELL MORE AIR CONDITIONERS 104 W. THIRD ST. HO 5-8851 Alton's Best Department Store/

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