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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 21

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AUGUST ?, 1063 ALtON TELEGRAPtt PACJlfi ie Engineer to Assist at Edwai'dsville Edwai'dsvilie Concert Set For Thursday EDWARDSVILLE - Program • for 8 p.m. Thursday concert of 'Edwardsvilie Municipal Band Will be: Theme, "Muny Band Presents", remarks by Jim Boyle; ".ftolling Thunder" march) "if I Loved You"; "Princess of in- dfa" overture; "Pale Moon"; "Begulne for Band"; "Zacate- eas" march; Intermission; "Return of the Troops"; "The Prince of Pllsen", selections; Vocal duets by Dr. Merrill OU- weln and Mrs. Audrey Deeren, ."People Will 'Say We're in Love"; "Out of My Dreams", "The Surrey With the Fringe on Top" and "Oklahoma"; • VBathsheba"; "Perfidia"; "The Northern Pines" march. The concession stand will be - the city council Tuesday authorized em ployment of a traffic engineer on a part-time basis lo assls with traffic control and parking problems in the city. Geotge Crawford of Colilna- vllle was hired for a two-month period at a salary of $100 per month on recommendation o Alderman Michael Rains, chair man of the police committee. A proposal to organize a cltl zens traffic commission was re ferred to the council.ordinance committee for recommendation The proposed six-member com mission to study traffic problems In the city would be ap pointed by Mayor Raymond O Rogers. The council requested the ordinance committee to study recommendation that transient sales persons register with the police department and pay a fee for each salesman who solicits in the city. operated by the Methodist Youth Fellowship. DOLLAR DAY Police Chief John E. Hartung said the addition of a policewo man would relieve a patrolman from duties at the police desk for ftsslgnment lo patrol duty. Alderman Michael Rains, chair man of. the city's police commit tee, said anticipated growth In the city points up the need for future expansion in the department; Hospital News EDWARDSVILLE - One area resident was admitted Tuesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland and one patient was discharged Mrs. Anna Menk, M a di s o n County Nursing Home, was admit .ed and Mrs. ; Gertrude Jegel, 434 West Union, :was discharged. WOMEN'S FLATS DRESS SHOES ODD LOTS Not All Sizes $JOO SMALL CHILDREN'S OXFORDS STRAPS Sizes 4 to 6 Only $joo HANDBAGS $100 1 114 West 3rd ALTON Edwardsville Moves To Hire Policewoman EDWARbSVlLLE — Edwards- vllle has Initiated a move for the addition of a policewoman as a regular member of the police department. Tests to establish an eligibility list for a full-time policewoman was authorized Tuesday by the city council. Duties of the future police Woman will be radio dis patcher, secretary and matron fo female subjects confined at the Jail. 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Aug.8-9-lO 's Cheaper by The Pair" ' CLASS ROOM DRESSES Sfies3fo6X • $2,98 Each Sizes 3-14 • $3.98 Each AJJ Dresses Taken horn Our New 1963 Fall Stocks GIRL'S BLOUSES oo Sires 2 to 4X BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS Short Sleeve Values fo $2.98 Sties 4 to 12 GIRL'S CORDUROY SLIM JIMS $100 Sliel 2 to 6X BOYS' or GIRLS' GAR COATS t Values to $4,98 • pullf Lined & Hooded $ 3 BOYS' ft FLANNEL / for SHIRTS . *" " • Sizes 3 to 9 t Reg, $1.49 $050 We are Offering the Balance pf Our Summer Stock* At Below Cost for Thete Dollar Pays SEE OUR SIDEWAtK FOR VALUES Are Back from Trip To S. America Mr. and Mrs. P. M. ¥outigberg, 2515 Amelia St., have returned from their tour of South America, Including Panama, Colombia, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil and the West indies. Having ttraveled In just about nil the states of the Union, most of Europe, the Far East and in Mexico and Cuba, the Young- bergs completed their 32-day, 20,000-mlle trip through South America last weekend. The Youngbergs haven't been lo Australia or the South Pacific yet, and don't know If or when they will make that trip. But they have seen a good deal of the rest of the world. They toured Alaska last year, Mexico the year before that and went around the world in 1960 on a 75-day trip. Most of their traveling has been done by airplane, and side trips by train or bus. Mr. Youngberg Is a retired railroader and Mrs. Youngberg is a third grade teacher at Forest Homes : Grade School. The 'Youngbergs found their trip pleasurable aand highly educational.. They found their greatest 'problems with language, because there were few English- speaking people in hotels, tourist centers and stores. • Spanish is the native language in all South American countries except Brazil, where Portuguese is spoken. They said that they feel the greatest need in South America today is not money, but tools, technicians and tractors. "Monetary 'aid is sometimes misdirected and misused," Youngberg said. Artists Scheduled For SIU Programs EDWARDSVILLE — Southern Illinois University's fine art division has scheduled seven outstanding musical programs for 1963-64, Division Chairman Andrew J. Kochman said today. The first attraction Is Henri f Jonneger, Swiss cellist, who will be featured on SitJ's Edwardsville campus Nov. 15. Thee planisfs who have been engaged for concerts are: Dorothy Smutz on Dec. 6, Janna Arschanska Dawson, Feb. 21 ahd Howard Karp on March 4. The Alma trio, composed of pianist Adolph Bailer, violinist Maurice Wilk and cellist Gabor Rcjto will be featured on April 8. Suzanne Bloch, known as "Singer to the Lute" will offer a lecture-recital in afternoon and 110 Building Permits Issued For Rural Areas EDWARDSVILLE — A total of 110 building permits for construction valued at $1,588,150 were issued during July in unincorporated areas of the county, an increase over last month, county building official Charles Erspamer said today. Erspamer said 82 permits were issued in July for construction of residences estimated at $1,221,650. Twenty permits were issued tor garages and additions with a value of $41,000. Eight permits authorizing an estimated $325,400 in business and commercial development were issued by county building official's office. Permit fees for the month total. $3,146 and zoning use permit and hearing fees total $830. Alvin E. Woolridge. Is New Vital Statistician EDWARDSVILLE—City Clerk Alvin E. Wooldridge has been appointed local district registrar to record--births and death statistics under the state department of public health, it was announced today. The district under supervision of 'the new registrar includes Wood River, East Alton, Hart- :ord, Roxana,' rural Wood River township, (except Alton State Hospital), Edwardsville Township, Fort Russell, Pin Oak; ; Hamel and Omphgent, Townships. ... •:; . The townships of Hamel and Omphgent, formerly located under jurisdiction of the registrar at Highland have been transferred to the registrar's office at Edwardsville. Birth and death certificates in the district are recorded in City Clerk Wooldridge's office at 309 N. Main St., Edwardsville; with copies sent by him to the Madison County clerk's office and Dept. of public health statistics bureau. Funeral- directors in the district will present certificates of death at the registrar's office to obtain a burial permit. Wooldridge has appointed Wood River City Clerk Mrs. Sylvia' Redden ^as* sub-registrar of 'the district to record deaths in Wood River and at Wood River Township Hospital. The local registrar's office, now under supervision of the Edwardsville city clerk, was formerly located in Wood River. evening performances April 10 On May 8 the Berkshire quartet is scheduled to make a guest appearance in the SIU musica program for ensuing year. Brooklyn Picketing Suspended NEW YORK (AP)-Civil rights leaders announced today they have called off further picketing —"permanently, we hope" — al the Downstate Medical Center construction site in Brooklyn scene of mass arrests lor nearly a month. But one sponsor of the Brooklyn demonstrations, the Congress Of Racial Equality, said through its Brooklyn chairman that its officers and members were "upset, disappointed and dissatisfied" with the decision. But the CORE chairman, 01 i ver Leeds, added that his organ! ration will observe the decision to abandon the picket line, a least for today. The Brooklyn CORE group wil meet at its headquarters tonigh to decide whether it will continue the demonstration, Leeds said. The Rev. William A. Jones Jr. coordinator of the Committee o Job Opportunities for Brooklyn — one of three sponsors of the dem onstrations—said the decision to end picketing was made Tuesdaj night at a committee meeting at tended by some 50 ministers. Jones said it was based on the 'constructive and positive meas ures for eliminating job discrimi nation in the construction indus try in New York state"—rneas ures agreed upon Tuesday in a meeting at Gov. Nelson A. Rocke feller's office. Rockefeller announced a program aimed at tightening state enforcement of antidiscrimination laws. The third sponsor of the medi cal center picketing is the Nation al Association for the Advance ment of Colored People. Jones said NAACP representa lives attended the meeting o! Brooklyn ministers Tuesday night, He said he felt certain the NAACP would go along with the decision. More than 800 persons have been arrested in nearly a month of demonstrations at state ant city financed construction proj ects. Demonstrators are demand ing more building trades jobs fo: Negroes and Puerto Ricans. More than 700 of the arrests— mostly for bodily blocking. con struction equipments—have been made at the Downstate Medica Center site in Brooklyn. 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The program will begin at 7:30 p.m. The Trio is composed of Nancy Rhodes, alto; Sharon Densford, second soprano; and Diahe Siegenthaler, first soprano. All are in their second season of touring for Olivet Nazarene College. The Trio has recently released long-play record, "Rock of Ages," featuring twelve of their best selections. The concert tonight Is a part of a ten-week tour of the Midwest by the Trio. On their tour, the Treble-Aires will present an hour of gospel music in each church. They will also interview high school students who are planning to attend college. The concert is open to the public, and there is no admission charge. Greenfield Student On U. of I. Dean's List GREENFIELD — Ronald M. Scanlon of Rural Route 2, Greenfield, has been announced as being on the dean's list at University of Illinois College of Engineering. Read Telegraph Want Adi Dally FREE HYGROMETER! 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