Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 12, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 12, 1963
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Snctfau % Page* 11*18 E Sport* Classified Established January 15, 1836- ALTON, ILL,, MONDAY, AUGUST 12, 1963 7c Pet Copy Member of The Associated Pfe«« SIU Man Barred from Anti-Zone Pe « ce Cof P s ts Esteemed Group Tour of Carbondale Area Jersey County Grandma Tak&s Vp Art at 74 J1DRSEYV1LLE - Mrs. Tessle Spangle, 74-year-old Jerseyvllle area grandmother, has received a certificate of graduation from an ail Instruction school. She has completed a course add related art. in painting Mrs. Spangle had no early train- Ing in Art but had a natural ability for drawing pictures and as a young mother entertained her children by drawing pictures tor them, many of whfch were drawn on the kitchen walls of their home. When Hie children were grown and alter the death of her husband, Leslie Spangle, Jersey County farmer, Mrs. Spangle decided to develop her talent. This Goat Milking Contest At State Fair Tuesday SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) -Illinois Stale Fair program for Tuesday, Central Illinois and International Day: G a.m. Goat milking contest, goat pavilion. 5 8 a.m. Judging of Aberdeen Angus, Belgian horses, Polled Shorthorns and Jerseys, Coliseum; Nubian goats, goat pavilion; Suffolk and Corriedalc sheep, sheep pavilion; Durocs and spotted hogs, year she received first and second place awards In pastels and water colors at the Jersey County Fair. She is now taking a course in pen and ink drawing and lettering. don't run off on your vacation without only a iiciuiy "four Wurffji* swine pavilion. 8 a.m. Slate horshoo pitching preliminaries. 8:30 a.m. Light horse judging, coliseum. 9 a.m. High school band contest, agricultural lent. 10:30 a.m. Flower show, Illinois building. 12.30 p.m. Central Illinois parade. 1 p.m. Judging of Saanen dairy goats, goat pavilion; Dorsoi sheep, sheep pavilion. 1 p.m. Stale horshoe pitching finals. 1:30 p.m. Harness races, grand stand. 2 p.m. High school band con tost. G p.m. Goat milking contesl goat pavilion. G;45 p.m. Draft horse judging coliseum. 5 6:30 p.m. Holiday on ice, grand stand. 7 p.m. Societ horse show, coli seum. 5 7:30 p.m. Square dance festival textile building. 8:30 p.m. Holiday on ice. JUNIOR DEPARTMENT 6:30 a.m. Milking derby, milk :ng parlor. 8 a.m. Judging of dairy cattl and barrows, arena. 9 a.m. Poultry judging, poultry building; 4-H public speaking con test. 5 9:30 a.m. Foods demonstration auditorium. 1:30 p.m. Flower parade, audi torium. 6:30 p.m. Milking derby. 7:30 p.m. r-H share-the-fun festival, auditorium. EDWARDSVILLE - A Southern Ilinois University planning con- ullanl said he was unable to OHnl a bus of civic leaders and oilnty officials here Saturday for tour of the SIU-Carbondalo area ponsored by a county anil-noti- ng group. About 20 persons, including JO members of the county board of supervisors, worn on the bus when t left (in Eclwm-dsvlllc parking ot for the tour of the Carlxmdalc- SIU area, sponsored by the Madison County Taxpayers Association. Norman Johnsen, planning consultant for Ihc university's Ed- wardsvillc Campus, said he wai nformcd by the taxpayer's organization president that lie could not lourd the bus for thn trip because ic was not extended an invitatim prior to the trip. Purpose of the trip, observers said, was to inform members o the? touring party of problems en countered by the City of Carbon dale with the university, especial ly in relation to zoning. Included among the counly board members who made the tri pwere: Gilbert W. Killinger chairman of the board's zoning and subdivision control commitlee an advocate of zoning for Madisor County. "I was extended an invilation by the taxpayers group to visi the Carbondale and SIU area and I feel it is good opportunity to ob serve the area in relationship t the university," Killinger said. Collinsville Township Assislan Supervisor Joseph Carrillo, wh introduced an ordinance at ]as monlh's board meeting to repea county zoning, was also a mem ber of the louring parly when th group lefl Edwardiville Ihis morn ing. LONDON. — A British mem ber of Parliament says he wil introduce a bill to limit th, number of times an old movi can be re-run on television. In Bolivia By O ROUGE LtCtQltfV telegraph Staff Writer Americans who arc inclined o write off the Peace Gorps as waste of time nnd needless ox- lonse sliould see the four towns n Bolivia which now have de- endable wa^ter supplies, says a 3unker Hill man who was there. James Allen, 23, University of Ilinois engineering student, was not only .there— he was there with pick and shovel and the en- itieerlng know-how he has acquired thus far in three years of college, one semester being at Alton Campus of Southern Illinois University. The only local member of the Peace Corps, Allen is back home after recovering from a knee in- lury and a hernia operation after more than a year in Bolivia. I-Ic had neither when he joined the corps April 1, 1962. Future Uncertain At the moment Allen is dangling in mid-air; he wants to go back to Bolivia, but the medics will have the final word on that. He wants to go back, he says, because he feels a lot of good, solid work on behalf of the United States— and the Bolivians — remains to be done. Allen and 10 other men in a 35-member public health unit have been piping water into Bolivian towns. Some of the towns in Bolivia have no water at all. "They carry it from creeks and wells, sometimes as far as three miles," Allen says. Now, in towns where the Peace Corps has been working, Americans are not despised autocrats from the north. When supplies or materials run short and the peace corpsmen remain idle for a few days, Allen says, agitators try to stir up the people against the Americans by pointing out CORPSMAN HOME James Allen of Bunker Hill, home from Bolivia on medical leave, has helped build four water systems in the South American country. He says the Peace Corps is lifting American standing among the Bolivians. that they are loafing. But: the peace corpsmen, who live with the people and who accept the same standards of living, manage to off-set the agitators—and the hard way. Primitive Systems The water supplies, Allen said, would be considered primitive in American communities. The systems consist of pipes from the source to the villages, then a water tap out on the street at every corner. This is regarded as luxurious plumbing in Bolivia and the rank and file inhabitants are grateful, Allen says. The primitive water systems do not have purification equipment and the water is unsanitary, but it is water. The 24 nurses in the unit strive to offset the unsanitary water with typhoid shots, vaccinations anc finy other immunizing agen Ihey can lay hands upon. The learn the inhabitants to boil the water too. Incidentally, Allen says, the Peace Corps is not a gravy train ride. Along with the nurses, a couple of plumbers and other craftsmen, there are several graduate engineers. All—everybody, that, is—receives $105 a month. This is just slightly below the pay of a Bolivian engineer and enables members of the corps to live in reasonable decency, but not very high on the hog. 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