Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 31, 1963 · Page 3
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July 31, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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JULY 31, 1963 ALTON EVENING PAGE TMHiSfi READY FOR TRIP SOUTH Machinery is in place at the Elsah end of McAdams highway to start spreading crushed rock base on the bluff side of the two-lane highway Friday. Riverside at right already has crushed rock base and Bridges Paving Co. expects to begin pouring asphalt topping in about three weeks. Road Job Near End Target dale for completion rif the 5-milc! Locklmvcn-Elsah section of McAdams Highway is Nov. 15, John D. Newman, construction superintendent for Bridges Paving Co., of SI. Louis said today. A crow at 1 p.m. Tuesday was in process of completing construction of the concrete center curb, willi 300 feel to go. Friday the contracting firm will start spreading roclc on the lane next to the bluffs. Actual paving with asphalt will be started in three weeks, Newman said. Elaborate preparations have been made for laying the crushed rock foundation. A pumping system has been installed and river water will be pumped into the sand base to settle and harden it so it will support heavy machinery to be moved about. The lane will be covered with 10 inches of crushed stone and this will be pressed to a thickness of 8 inches, by heavy roller's. The asphalt topping will be 4% inches thick. The riverside lane has already been prepared with the crushed rock base. Paving of the two lanes will be done simultaneously, Newman said. The 5-mile section actually extends from a point a mile above Elsah to Lockhaven. The asphalting process will slart at Hie upper poinl and be brought; south. In the meantime, Ryan Inc., of Wisconsin, was preparing Tuesday for a dredging operation to fill in the final section of road extending from Elsah to Grafton. A dredge has been tied to the bank at the Elsah end of the road and pipes were being swung into position to make a sand fill base at several poinls along the route of the last gap between Alton and Grafton. To Show Slides Camp slides will be shown by Mrs. Walter Collins during a meeting of the Women's Fellowship of Melville Congregational Church Thursday at 7:30 p.m Jury Finds Justifiable Homicide A verdict, of justifiable homicide was returned by a coroner's jury Tuesday during an inquest into the fatal stabbing of an Alton man by his wife early Sunday. Mrs. Geraldine Everuge, 22- year-old mother of four, said she stabbed her husband, Johnny, 25, after he threatened to kill her during a pre-dawn argument on Rocky Ford Road in Godfrey Township. She said she slabbed him with his own knife after he had bea 1 and kicked her. She received hospital treatment for cuts and bruis es and shock following the slab- bing. The Everage address if 1609 Piusa St. Lincoln Heritage Trail Dedication \Fo Be Saturday The now Lincoln Heritage Trai will be dedicated with a public celebration at New Salem Stale Park on Saturday. Governor Otto Kerner will officially open the Illinois section of the Tri-State Trail. The Governors of Indiana and Kentucky have been invited to attend, as well ps representatives from the Illinoi cities along the trail. The program is free and will begin at 7:30 p.m. It will include nationally known folk singers. IN WOOD RIVER ACROSS FROM POOL AND HIGH SCHOOL SPECIAL COUPON 10 CARROLBURGERS $ 1 EVERYDAY $1.50 VALUE ANY'NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL CARROLBURGERS JUST I0c EACH W VALID Tliur., Frl., Silt., Sun—Au|?. 1, 2, 8, 4 W tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmm mm i ••• mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 10 SPECIAL COUPON GOLDEN $| FRENCH FRIES Ji EVERYDAY $1,20 VALUE ANY NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL ©OLDEN FRIES JUST lOc EACH W VALID Thur., Frl., Sat., Smi.—Aujf. 1, a, 8, 4 W mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmik v,m_mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm SPECIAL COUPON 6 TFRIPLE $ | THICK SHAKES * EVERYPAY $1.20 VALUE ANY NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL' TRIPLE THICK SHAKES JUST Ife EACH W VAI4D Tliur., Fri., Sat., 8im,-^4v»g, J, 8, 8, 4 W Lifts Floor Register and Falls In WOOD RIVER — An East Alton man was injured Tuesday when ie look the cover off a floor register to look inside and fell in the hole. Gerald Main, 402 Lincoln Ave., was treated and released from the Wood River Township Hospital Tuesday at 5:35 p.m. for a lacer- Uion of the lower lip incurred in the unusual accident. Others treated and released Tuesday for injuries incurred in mishaps were, Gale McCIenahan, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. James McCIenahan, 475 Prospect, Wood River, for a fool injury; Charles Ursprung, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs Carl Ursprung, Edwardsville, foi a right shoulder injury; and Lyle Hawkins, 59, 1426 Second St., Cottage Hills, for a left hand injury McCIenahan dropped a concrete block on his foot at home; Ursprung injured his shoulder wher he was thrown from a horse while visiting friends in Prairietown and Hawkins injured his hanc when the spring broke on hi power mower while he was winding it up. 22 New faculty Mem Appointed by SW Be The Southern Illinois University Board of Trustees Tuesday approved the appointment of 22 new faculty members to the Edwnrds- vllle campus. Among them is Rodney Forcnde, a graduate of the Alton school system, who was appointed an instructor in science and technology. Forcade holds two degrees in mathematics from the University of Chicago. Two full professors were among those approved, Monford Sonste- gard appointed to the education division, and Andrew Lindslrum, science und technology. Sonste- gard is professor of teaching and director of guidance and counsel- Ing at Malcolm Price Laboratory School, State College of Iowa. lie received his master's degree from the University of Minnesota and his doctorate from Northwestern. His experience ranges from rural school teacher to educational adviser to the Ethiopian Ministry of Education, 1955-57. Lindstrum comes to SIU from Knox College where he was pro- fessor of mathen ed his bacheloi Harvard Univer? tor's and doctor? vcrsily of Illinoi The single ass ship appointment ry Lyle, who cc from (he Univc where he holds oral speech and \ received his mas Ihe State Univer his doctorate fro of Southern Cnl of such awards Mike for the school program Slates in 1957, t elation of Eclucn ers award in 195 of distinction frn Rho, honorary fraternity, in 1.95 produced or nssi of such Mutual television progi Time, The Pulpil Ding Dong Sch Learn, Mr. Wiz Farm, and Zoo SIU Budget $33.7 Mi CARBONDALE, 111., (Special) — Southern Illinois University starts its 90th year with an internal budget totalling $33,747,136, of which $24,519,886, or 72.7 per cent, is from legislative appropriation. This is an increase of $4,497,234 over the budget for the 1962-63 fiscal year and a far cry from the $22,713 allocated when the University opened its doors in 1874 Budget figures for the first yeai of the current biennium were ap proved by the board of trustees meeting here today. They include $19,698,933 for salaries and wages which accounts for 77 per cent o the general budget. The Person nel Services figure includes the $668,078 which the board approved for salary and wage increases a the June meeting and which Uni versity President Delyte W. Mor ris stressed would be dispensed as "moderate increases made on a merit basis through carefu evaluation of individuals." Morris reminded the board Southern was sti faculty race. "Si the last momen was unexpected personal service the University \ osing ground. $T'/'/s / T^ H < •^ 4 JL 1 degree from assoclalc profossor- s that of liar i to Southern y of Miami Iowa ami ifornin. 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The budget committee had its plan of procedure outlined for it by Chairman Buddy Davis Tuesday at a luncheon meeting in the Fund office. Over luncheon meat sandwiches and picklos, a dozen of the committee's 15 members accepted Davis's division of the committee into four subcommittees, each of which was assigned between four and six agencies for budget analysis. Charles Rogers, co-chairman of the fall campaign, was a guest. Davis pointed out the $460,000 goal was approved recently by tho Fund's board of directors after an intensive analysis of the community's contributory resources. Eat 3 meals a day — lone E-10-15 Ibs. Delightfully delicious Slim-Mint helps control appetite. H Makes reducing eas- ft ler, more enjoyable, /•'. Safe. At Thrifty Druu. Miff-Mint! -T... "** *WM f.-i SLIM-MINT GUM Thr 17 agencies' needs, plus the United Fund's administration expenses and campaign costs, must be figured into the budget. Davis urged the subcommittees to act quickly to arrange conferences with the agencies assigned to them. Included in the budget investigation work, he pointed out, was getting thoroughly acquainted with each agency's program and physical plant. Deadline for completion hearings nd formulation the re- ports, he said, was Sept. 15, At that time, the committee as ft whole will act on the subcommittee reports and pass them on to the United Fund board of directors. After the campaign, the budgets again will be reviewed. Portions of the funds raised will be assigned to them in the light of Ihe campaign's results. Chairmen of the subcommittees were Peter J. Merkus, Robert S. Minsker, Jerry Trattler, and'Dav- is. FINANCING it.—Downtown Many, Muny Months Famous Make 40% Off 104 W. THIRD ST. ALTON HO 5-8851 CLEARANCE OF Men's and Women's Swim Suits FAMOUS MAKE SWIM SUITS NOW AT TERRIFIC SAYINGS! 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