Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 20, 1963 · Page 30
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 30

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 20, 1963
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, ftJNfi 26, 1063 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE River Road on 2 Levels for i ' . • • . l; , - • ' East St. Louis Under Study A wNcNfet .ihlghwAy, one. tot pafesen&f '•&}&, the other fofr trucking ' w of tt*> sfepatate high was* - afti fre alterna faced up to in studies tot East St. Louis' portion of the Gfe3 Rivet Road. A rough preliminary draft of a report by David Johnston, consulting engineer for Eaat St Louis, has been prepared. It call for a. riverfront highway extend ing 6% miles from Venice to Ca hofda. About five miles would be approach highway through largely varied area which, nevertheless is viewed as having high industrial development possibilities. But the rest would pass ove badly-congested areas of railroac tracks and industries in. East St Louis. The; VA mile section, the re port points out, would have to provide-trucking access to rail roads and industries both while at' the same time, it furnishec a "through" route to non-stop truckers. And it must accommo date sightseers who have sough out the scenic values of the Grea River Road. One area immediately confronts the new Gateway Arch across the river in St. Louis. Because of these conditions Johnston sees the necessity of. • building either a two-leve roadway or two different road ways, ijlnder the two-level plan, pas sefiger car traffic would traverse this upper level, and therefore be afforded a clear view across the river, not blocked by the East St Louis seawall. Trucks would use the lower level. Under the two just like driving a Rolls Royce« feeling you get when you eerve NELSON DIETSCHY'S MARKET Sanford at Main St. HO 2-0694 Phones HO 2-0695 FREE DELIVERY Low Price on Gold Medal E ;FLOCR ..... W MA* •«»« FBISKIES DOG 8 can* $1.00 Realemon Juice, 12-oz btl. 38c 8. F. Salad Dressing, qt. 39c S.F. Chunk Tuna 2/59c Spaghetti or Macaroni 4 Eft Two 12-oz. packages WVV Shurfinc COFFEE Ib. 59c Chaae & Sanbprn, Ib. 69c "Old Judge, Ib. can.. 69c Shurfine Yellow Cling Peaches 3 No. 2)6 cans Northern Tisssue, 4 rolli 35c Wesson Oil, large ...... 39c Pop Corn, W. or Y., 2 Ibs. 3Sc Shurfine Salt, 26-oz. box 10o Tomato Juice, 2 No. 2 29o Early Harvest BTo P^JAS, Three 803 cans Snider** Cateup, Six 14-oz. $1 Hamburger Dills, 32-oz... 36o Sweet Relish, 12-oz. .... 83c Shurfuie Whole Tomatoes, 2 No. 2 cans 47c Elmdale Tomatoes 2 303 33c Campbell's Pork « Beans. *• cans 2T Shurfine Gut « 303 Green Beans.., *• cans 37' Lean Beef for Stew, Ib. 68c Skinless Wieners .... Ib. 40o Cooked Salami Ib. 50o Boiled Ham Ib. 49o Pickle Loal Pound 58c Fresh Ground 4 Hamburger A Ibs. Bulk—1'orh A Sausage Ibs. Pork Loin Roast Ib. 49c Pork Chops, End, Ib. .. 4Bo Center Cut Chops.... Ib. 6Bo Fresh Dressed Grade A FRYERS Pound Hunter's Chill, Ib. roll .. 80o Rope Sausage, Ib 59o Hunter's Choice Rook Bacon, Ib. Bologna (Piece) Ib. 89o Braunschwelger, pp. Ib. 39c Carrots, 2 bags 19c Sweet Corn, 6 ears .29e Bananas ..., 9 Ibs, 38o Cukes S lor 17c Tomatoes, 8 In otn. 21c Red Potatoes 10 Ibs. 49o Noll's All Flavors ICB \ CHKAM Froien 8 Ib, bags French Fries ...only 36c roadway plan, the passenger traffic would be touted on a s*o- ti&tf outside the seawall and immediately adjacent to the river. The proposed East St. Louis Section of the Great River Road would be a continuation of the McAdams Highway between Alton and Grafton, and of the proposed Levee Berm expressway between Alton and Wood River. The Great River Road is aimed at providing a near river-level scenic route lying in with the Trans-Canadian Highway and extending from the Mississippi's source at Lake Itasca, Minn, to its mouth at New Orleans. The annual convention of the Mississippi River Scenic H i g h- way Commission, composed of delegations from 10 states adjoining the Mississippi and the two Canadian provinces benefiting from the tie-in, is scheduled for July 21-24 in Minneapolis. There progress reports from each of the areas included will be made, and future aims will be discussed. LONDON •— A wealth tax has been proposed in England. Ray Page at Conference WithKennedy WASHINGTON (Ap)-fhe im- MoSs state superintendent of schools has attended a presidential conference designed to promote high standards of education. The conference is the fourth in a series which earlier saw President Kennedy get together with religious leaders, labor officials and businessmen. Commenting ori the m e e t i n g Wednesday, Supt. Ray Page declared: "The theme of the conference wfts what we can do on a national level to improve educa- tion and what can and should be done on the local level." Page said he believed the President would name a committee of educators to look into the situation. "I feel that much encouragement can be given by the federal government," he observed, "but we must not lose sight of the fact that education is the responsibility of the individual states and local governments." The Illinois superintendent asserted the problem of school dropouts was considered at length. Page slated that vocational education must provide with it job opportunities to the youths upon completion of their schooling. Page Was asked to comment on the action of the Illinois House which approved the transfer of $32 million from the state gas tax fund to pay for increased aid to local school districts. Although favoring the increased state aid to education Page declared: "I ani reluctant to divert funds from the fuel tax. The state superintendent asserted the Illinois school situation was serious enough to justify the increase in school funds. Page said the increase would amount to borrowing tht money. He.added: "It's a tough decision, but knowing the need of the schools I would hate to see the money borrowed. I hope they figure out some other way." MEXICO CITY—Mexican steel firms are looking for foreign byyers and plan several missions abroad to attract customers. SAIGON — Viet Nam reports that she now is able to produce all of her own rayon fabrics. Eisenhower College Proposed CLINTON, N.Y. (AP> — The Presbyterian Synod of New York State has approved a proposal to establish a liberal arts college named after former President Dwight D. Eisenhower. A synod spokesman said Wednesday night that $1.2 million, including a million dollars from an anonymous woman donor, had been pledged for development of the college. The school will be at Seneca Falls on the shore of Lake Cayu- ga. one of the state's Finger Lakes. A citizen's committee at Seneca Falls had proposed the college. Eisenhower acknowledged plans for naming the college for him in a statement issued through the committee. He described the proposal as a "significant development." The school will be non-sectarian, co-educational and the enrollment is expected to be about 1.200 pupils, a committee spokesman said. The spokesman said Eisenhower College is expected to open in September 1965. Northftners Spending LONDON — Tourist Officials On Britain's Jersey Isles say that the biggest spenders in England dome from the North.___^ • Guns to Go PARIS — More restrictive gUn laws are due in France a* a fe- suit of a wave of shootings. The second law passed by the first United State Congress was a tariff act. Congress first prescribed the form of oaths to be taken by public officials. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily DISCOUNT! Ladles' and iVIlMes" 4.95 to 9.95 FLATS Famous $<f Labels I • Others $1.00 to $2.M All Sites and Colors In Lot WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway PLAID. 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