Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 25, 1963
Page 12
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i i i i i i i i i i Hearing <wi Irish fnn Continued before the Illinois Liquor Control CommiMtofl «t,9f»ri«sfiet<|eft an Apfital takert by Mil, Male ghastld, dfcerabr of the Irish fnn Tavern near dranlti,City, whf«! county iUftfof pdftolt h«i boiin revoked had beefl continued utrtlt Aug. 19. ; The hearing was scheduled ;tor July 29 at 10 a.m. but the «man<M was agreed upon byjh« defense counsel for Mrs. Shajrtld and the Madison County Stage's attorney's office. ; Mrs. Shastld's county Hdtior permit was revoked on orde&of County Liquor Commissioner Harold Landolt following a "sh6w cause" hearing June 20 when three Roxana' High School sophomores testified they bought heer and liquor at the tavern on several occasions prior to a party the night of May 24. Mrs. Shastld was found guilty by a jury here last Friday of another earlier sale of beer and wine to a 16-year-old high school Student. A jury of five men and a women assessed the tavern proprietor a fine of $75 on the charge of Illegal sale of liquor to minors. 4-11 Winners EDWARDSVILLE - Ten Winners In the preliminary judging of dresses modeled by 4-H Club members, in the "School Dress For Age 13 and Under," were selected Wednesday at the Madison County Fair, to appear Saturday for final judging of dress models. Wednesday winners were: Jeannine Heim, Beverly Seefeldt and Carol Rozuin, all of Highland; Julie Belobraydlc and Kathleen Lacy, both of MaryvlHe; Tout Becker and'Andrea Deist, both of Edwardsville; Diane Schumacher and Betty Halbe, both of Hairiel; and Marcella Dorsey of Moro.'; 4 Edwardsville i Area Residents] Enter Hospital. EDWARDSVILLE —• Four area residents were admitted Wednesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, six patients were discharged and, two births recorded. . : Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lewis Jr., Rte. 1, a daughter,/ at 8:22 .a.m. Wednesday,: weight 6 pounds 10 ounces. The mother is the iormer Delores John./: \ Born tMr. and Mrs. Joseph Kruschic, 101 Fifth Ave., a son, at 10:11 a.m. Wednesday, .weight 6. pounds 5 ounces. The mother, is the former Joyce Miller. " '-•' Admitted were: Mrs. Adeline Swiecicki,. Rte. 4; Mrs. Anfna Beltmann, 415 North Kansas; Mrs. Mary Poneta, Rte. 4; Maurice Weeks, 1430 Grand. A Discharged were: Mrs. EdUh Shafer, 409 "M" St.; .Mrs. Esther Finke.Rte. 1; Mrs. Willis Vfil- son and son, 223 Chestnut; Br^ent Thorley, Rte. 2; Mrs. Gerard Gray and son, 1021 Prickett; Mrs. Kate" Fox, 422 North Buchanan!, '•' •' ' ' V Would Open i ; i • , .-• i Enrollment : ._! At St. Louis - I ST. LOUIS ») W>— The St; Lquis superintendent of instruction r,ec- ommended Wednesday a policy' of limited "open enrollment" 'fp promote integration of the city'p public schools. i ^ Philip J. Hickey, in a ^4-page report to a special session of'the Board of Education, outlined * plan of "permissive transfera." Under the plan, vacant seats at any. school would be made available to children outside that neighborhood, regardless of where they live in St. Louis. Preference would be given applicants on a first-come, first served basis, ;but educational qualifications . would apply. Administrators could reject pupils inadequately prepared for class instructional programs., This part of the plan is identical to one of the recommendations, by the Citizens Advisory Committee on School Integration which prompted the report. Hickey urged that the boa.rd, which must approve the proposals before they can be put Into effect, reject a proposal to Integrate all 4,650 bus-transported pupils, pre- dominently Negro. However,, he said that "several hundred" oquld be mixed into classes at perhaps six of the 28 predominentaly white receiving schools without harming educational processes. Former Village President Convicted CHICAGO <AP)'- A former president of the village of Hazel Crest, John Q. Coosiderite," 47, who was convicted of official misconduct and running a confldwci game, has been placed on Jive yeaps probation, ' Judge George B. Weiss of CtJm- inal Court Imposed sentfnuu Wednesday and ^W ordered sidente to pay the village _ CossUlonte way uonVigted 6 of pocketing JliBOO (roin J5,QOQ Die vllluuu puld (or 8 grader In IgiU. Cossldonte reslgjwt Ffb- wetls belw hi *fl* ' «r flfllU Of pie of India ure itinda In

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