Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 3
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July 1, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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1963 ALTON EVENING fELEGfcAPH PAGE THREE Schools Give $1,965 to Museum A total of $1,965 ami one prized tnarblc Imvo bern contributed So far by I ho schools of MadlSon Couniy for Ihr proposed county Iiistorlcal museum. Tim money came from sliirlents, teachers and s c h o o 1 organizations; (he marble came from a young student who was short on money but offered one of his prized possessions Instead. The money will go toward purchase of a now homo in Edwards- vllle for dm couniy museum, now In cramped quarters in the courthouse. The campaign, sponsored by the Madison • Couniy Historical Society, has raised $19,000 So far. A. Edson Smith, president of (ho county historical group, was in charge of the school campaign. "We are most gratified," be said, "by the cooperation of school superintendents, principals and teachers In bringing the message about the new museum to the schools," and by the students' response to Ihe project. "The new museum will serve schools and school children in a way it has never been able to do before. One of the primary purposes of the school campaign was to inform and Interest the students, and give them an opportunity to have a personal part JH its establishment. We feel this purpose lias been fully Served; moreover, the funds contributed by the children are an important part of the total needed for the museum." The amounts turned In by the variou.i school districts Include: Alloh Community Unit No. 11, $•192, from teachers and school organizations; Belhaito Unit No. 8, $315; Colllnsvlllc Unll No. 10, 47, $199.<17; East. Alton Elementary, No. 13, S42.30; East Alton-Wood River High School District No. 14, $131.54; Edwardsville Unit No. 7, $200.77; Highland Unil No. 5. $118.13; Roxana Unil No. 1, $120/18; Triad Unil No. 2. $127.25; Venice Unit No. 3. $46; Wood River Elementary No. 15. $153.55; St. Paul's Lutheran School, Troy, $9.44 and Trinity Lutheran School, Edwardsville, $10.05. The post office at the 1964-65 New York World's Fair is expected to process an estimated 20,000 pieces of mail daily. II will offer twice a clay delivery seven days a week for thousands of exhibitors. Boy, 9, Otil of Truck A n i n e-.year-o 1 cl Rosewood Heights boy escaped serious injury after falling out of the hack of a pick-up (.ruck In Hartford Sunday evening. Douglas Sands, son of Mr. mid i Mrs. Sherman Sands. :«i N. Circle Drive, fell out of Ihe truck while it was making a turn. He landed' on Ihe road in a silling position. st . lf f c)f Alton's police works de- A ladder fell out of the vehicle , i i . i it. .., i parlment. and gra/ed his head. Seven stitch- City Sewer Chief to Run Disposal Plant Arthur E. Phillips wus announc- rector Paul A. Len/. rxplained Al- today as ;i iew tr mber of the Ion has had only a superintendent of sewers es were taken in his scalp ul Ion Memorial Hospital. AH "" sewers division in the public work.- has been named following I set-up. But now that the sewage Service Commission cerlifi- disposal plant is about half-corn- i age reduction plant, 'die arrangc- Imenl will give Phillips opporlun- wns head of thciily to become familiar with all jdetails of the sewage plan as it completed. i c?il inn to the combination position The modern Ameriean-madelof sewer superintendent and dis- bicycle is built strong enoughjposal plant operator, to carry 10 limes it own weight.) Heretofore. Public Works Di- Starting at 8 a.m. Director Lenz plete a long-planned combination!took Phillips on a lour of city hall ;to meet city officials and department members in the offices will also be operator of the sew-1there, and they then were to have arrangement fective, and Is being in a (I e ef-j the superintendent get aequftlnted-tdsHs tt <*A)|iflg public works establishments. 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