Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 7, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 7, 1963
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AUGUST ?» 1963 ALTON EVENING PAGE I1VE Nine A^ea Students on SIU Summer Grad List 50 YEARS WITH GMO John McKlnney, 828 Danforth St., chief clork and cashier of the GM&O railroad, will complete 50 years of service with the railroad on Aug. 13. He was awarded a 50-year lapel pin and a gold pass for the railroad for him and his wife. B. L. Powles (left) freight agent made the presentation, as F. E. Wall, superintendent of the Eastern division of the railroad, watches. 15 Tested in Research at Alton State Fifteen patients at Alton State Hospital have been tested to date under a mental health research program being conducted cooperatively by the hospital and the University of Illinois. The project, under the direction of Dr. Raymond B. Cattell, U. of I. professor, calls for testing of more than 200 psychotic patients. Psychologists at the hospital began giving the examinations June 3. "Goal of the program is to establish more'effective methods of differentiating various forms of mental illness, said Glen Gerber, psychologist in charge of testing. "The results of tests made here and at other state institutions should provide , a new basis for objective diagnosis of patients." The test group is required to be equally represented with men and women. Also, only patients between 18 and 55 with definite emotional disorders are eligible for testing. Alcoholics and mental defectives are not used. In addition, patients must have an eighth grade education or better and must be willing to participate. Gerber pointed out that paper quizzes, involving multiple choice questions, are used in most of the sequences. However, some of the tests call for the use of mechanical devices. He said testing of each patient requires between 8 and 10 hours but it, is spread over a period of several days. Grading, the exam- Miss Robison To Speak at BrownBaptist A college student who has spent the past six weeks in Jamaica teaching in a Baptisl daily vacation Bible school will speak tonight at 1 at Brown Street Baptist Church. Miss Janet Robison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Robison, 1320 Rixon Ave., is a student al the Baptist Bible Seminary in Johnson City, N.Y., which sponsored the Bible school project Her talk will include color slides'taken during her trip. She is spending the remainder of the summer with her parents. Roxana Church Circle to Meet ROXANA — The Circles of th< United Presbyterian Women o the First Presbyterian Church wil meet Thursday. The Hannah circl will meet at 9:30 a.m. at the horn of Mrs. Oscar Kleinert on Centra Ave., the Priscella circle wil meet at the church with Mrs. Joh Burnett as hostess and the Rut circle will meet at 7:30 p.m. the church with Mrs. Lewis Purdj as hostess. CARBONDALE — Southern lltl. ois University will hold com mencemeht exercises here Friday or summer graduates of both the Carbondale and EdwardsvUle ampuses. A record 751 students ave applied for degrees. Commencement speaker Is J5r. Pirig-dhla Kuo, SiU history pro- essor and former high-ranking Jnlted Nations staff member from ^atlortallst China, the graduation program is scheduled for 7:30 i.ffli in McAndrew Stadium. Nine Telegraph area students re among the degree candidates. They include! Raymond W, Swift, Alton, Bachlor or Arts; Edith M. Young, Alow, Bachelor of Arts; Welton tevenson, East Alton, Bachelor o Science; Carol S. Adams, Ed wardsvllie, Bachelor of Arts, anc Udy P. True, Roxana, Bachelor if Science. Franklin W. Brooks, Carrollton Bachelor of .Science; Dale L Varble, Carrollton, Bachelor o Ictence; Robert E. Guilander <ane, Bachelor of Science; and Jelen M. Johnson, Bunker Hill Bachelor of Science. Philip D. Sang, Chicago area iusinessman and philanthropist vill be awarded an honorary Doc or of Humane Letters Degree noted collector of historlca American art and literature, Sang ms made numerous contribution o Morris Library at Southern a well as to other leading universi ties. SIU officials said 617 Carbondal lampus students have applied fo degrees, along with 134 from the Sdwardsville campus. Nineteen >ersons, a record number for a single SIU graduation, are to re ceive Ph.D. Degrees. Last year 650 degrees were awarded at sum mer commencement. In case of rain, the program 1 inations takes about three days The actual extraction of data i expected to continue through nex summer. Another six months or year will be required for evalu ation and tabulation of results. THURSDAY - ONE DAY ONLY OWNTOWN OLLAR SPONSORED BY DOWNTOWN ALTON, INC. $4-5.00 Value Short Sleeve DRESS SHIRTS . $5-5.95 Asst. Pattern SPORT SHIRT . $4-5.95 Asst. Color WALK SHORTS . $4-5.00 SWIM TRUNKS . 10.00 CABANA SETS . 16.95 Dac-Wool Selected Grow SLACKS . . a pair . .r 2-5" .2 - 5" 400 • • ™* . .5" 2 -23°° 39.95 OQQO Dacron-Coiion SUITS . £0 59,95 4000 Dacron-Wool SUITS . 40 21°° • • • -..*• P.- 9 00 _ _ SPORT COATS 14.95.27,00 Brpken Sites Fall JACKETS AND ALL WEATHER COATS ••'• ' 10% OFF HOword 211PIASASL, DOWNTOWN ALTQNj swl WMMtoyi W 9 Thomas W. butler, general manger of the Alton District Manuu- acturers' Assn., Tuesday was iected chairman of the Industrial elatlons group of the National tidustrlal Council at Land 0' Lakes, Wis. Butler, who is how vice chairman of the group, will he Installed t the council's annual meeting in Vew York in December, the industrial relations group ncludes about 125 employer organizations from throughout the ounlry. the cut-rent meeting, which ends Thursday, has dealt With state Short in Battery Ignites Gas Line A damaged gas line caught fire and caused minor damage to a truck when a battery apparently short-circuited in the 3000 btock of Edgewood Avenue Tuesday night. The truck is owned by Don aid Serge. Firemen also extinguished a carburetor flash fire in an auto mobile at the Dance Service Sta .ion, 3690 E. Broadway, and rash fire which damaged a utili ty pole along a railroad righ of-way behind 2715 E. Broadway Minor damage was reported both fires. National Industrialists Elect Butler and national legislative problems, abor management issues and o be held in selected auditoriums on campus. The opening session would then be in the University Center ballroom, where graduate degree candidates and the guests .would be seated. Cere monies are to be televised and broadcast,by WSttMV and WS1U problems of association management. WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING AT FURNITURE and APPLIANCE CO, 203 W, Third St.—Downtown Alton Long Terms—Many, Many Months to Pay! THURSDAY - ONE DAY ONLY OWNTOWN OLLAR SPONSORED BY DOWNTOWN ALTON. INC MAKE MYERS BROTHERS YOUR FIRST STOP - BIG SAVINGS ON ALL THREE FLOORS - SAVE! SAVE1 ONE DAY ONLY! *w5^HB& SEE TOP PERSONALITIES Andy Griffith—Ronnie Howard—the Modernaires with Paula Kelly- Ralph Emery—Governor Otto Kerner —Ray Eberle-Oebbie Drake-the Sutton Dancers—Paul Kohler— Skeeter Davis-the Glenn Miller Orchestra with Tex Beneke—plus hundreds more! ILLINOIS STATE rm AUGUST 9-18 STATE FAIRGROUNDS • SPRINGFIELD Fr!. Aug. 9-AGRICUITURE & CHILDREN'S DAY —games, contests, circus Sat. Aug. 10-lABOR'S DAY-Grand Ole Opry Sun. Aug. II-VETERANS DAY—TWIN DAY Mon. Aug. 12-tADIES' DAY-Speciol Shows Tues. Aug. 13-CENTRAl IlllNOIS DAY and BtUE RIBBON FAMILY DAY Wed. Aug. T4-REPUBUCAN DAY-Human Rocket Man Thurs. Aug. 15-GOVERNORS DAY-Governor Otto KertlW presents championship trophies. Appearance of Human Rocket Man-Grandstand Fri. Aug. 16-GOIDEN AGE DAY-Special Senior Citizen events Sat. Aug. 17— AUTO RACE DAY—Andy Griffith Show Sun. Aug. 18-MOTORCYCIE RACE DAY c «"*2 Exciting Auto • and Motorcycle k Races 20,000 Free Exhibits Including Industrial, educational and scientific displays 'Purse Human Rocket Man I International 3-Ring Circus Nations/ top ' Harness Racing 25,000 head of livestock Continuous entertainment & fireworks every rrite Giant Carnival Holiday on lot Show World's greatest Horse Show FREE GATE AFTER 5 P. M PLYMOUTH sales are up... way up! That's why we're giving red-hot deals! Shop around if you like, but be sure to see us before you buy! Our trade-in allowances are red-hot too! See and drive Plymouth now! VALIANT sales are soaring too! If it's a red-hot compact you're looking for, see us for a red-hot deal! The best all-around compact anybody has come up with yet is a red-hot value, as well! RED-HOT CARS! INCLUDING AMERICA'S FIRST 5-YEAR/50 r OOO-MILE NEW-CAR WARRANTY" *Your Authorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's Warranty against delects In material and workmanship on 1963 cars ha* been expanded to Include parts replacement or repair, without charge for required parts or labor, lor,6 years or 50.000 mllos. whichever comes first, on the engine block, head and Internal parts; transmission , case and,Internal parts (excluding manual clutch); torque converter, drlye shaft, universal joints (excluding dust covers), rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings, provided the vehicle has been serviced at reasonable Intervals according to the Plymouth-Valiant Certified Car Care schedules, i 5 YEAR OR 50,000 HUE WARRANTY* STUART MOTORS, INC. 316 E. FERGUSON, WOOD RIVER 0 women's items ladies' knit shirts, regular $2.98 values $1 ladies' pedal pushers, values to $7 98 $3 ladies' shorts, values to $7.98 $3 ladies' better slacks, values to $14.98 $4 ladies' better dresses One large rack of 55 dresses drastically reduced for final summer clearance. Values to $29.98. 2 for $11.00 ladies' summer skirts, values to $10.98 $3 ladies' better blouses, values to $10.98 $2 ladies' sweat shirts, regular $4.98 value $1 women's girdles and bras One group values to $12.95. • form-fit — perma lift — playtex . - PRICE • women s accessories ladies' leather belts, values to $5.00 $1 ladies' leather billfolds and lighters $1 ladies' handbags, values to $16.95 (only four) $1 ladies' rain coats, values to $5.95 $1 entire stock of ladies' swim suits 1/3 to 1/2 off Values to $29.98 three famous brands • men's items men's better sport shirts, values to $8.95 $2 men's knit sport shirts, values to $5.95 $2 men's interwoven hose, values to $1.25 2 for $1 men's summer sportcoats One large group of dacron and cotton, wools, and suede cloths. Values to $29.95. $9.00 men's slacks, values to $13.95 $5 men's top coats, one group values to $65.00 i price men's bermuda shorts, entire stock 25% off men's and young men's suits One rack of summer and year-round suits. Values to $65.00. $19.00 entire stock men's straw hats Values to $10.95—TAKE YOUR PICK • boy's items boy's deck pants, regular 3.98 values .. boy's sport shirts, values to $3.98 boy's knit sport shirts, values to $3.98 $ 1 $2.00 $1.49 $1.49 boy's famous brand swim suits Entire Stock—Values to $3.98 $2' boy's suits and sport coats only 11, values to $24.98 BE HERE EARLY DOLLAR DAY SHOE SALE! ALTON AREA'S FAVORITE SHOE SALE VALUES TO 18,95 ,,.DRESS SHOES ...HI HEELS ...MID HEELS .. .FLAT HEELS Pair ,,.MANY COLORS .. .MOST ALL SIZES ,.,GIANT VALUES ... COME EARLY BE HERE EARLY-NOT EVERY SIZE IN EVERY STYLE SALE STARTS 9 A,M,-~ THURSDAY ONLY MYIR5 IRQTHIR5-3RP AND NASA-DOWNTOWN

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