Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 10
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August 21, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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ALTON EVENING WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1963 Mew York Trying r ew Approach to Handicapped Girls ver By OftO SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - stlttfig awareness o! time pei Varies a while-brick matisio which is the home of nine teen age girls engaged in a unique ex pertinent. With their first earnings, the bought watches, symbols of pei sonal responsibility. "I learn how to leave the hous for Work on time. That is important," one girl wrote. Such an accomplishment ma ttpt seem remarkable for girls ( 17 and 18. But, while these girl are mature physically, their met tal growth has stopped at 10 an 11. They are officially certified a mental defectives and have bee institutionalized, on the avei age,, for three years. Pilot Project They comprise the second grouj to participate in a work-study pi lot project being conductec through the Syracuse State Schoo for Mental Defectives. Participants are selected from the 275 female patients at th state school on the basis of age comparatively high level of intel ligence— average IQ 66— and emo tional stability. Dr. Jacob Schneider, director o: the state school, said the project's purpose is "to prove we can ge such girls out of the rut of domestic work, which has been the traditional outlet for them." If .the project proves successful Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH ;• With Little Worry Itkt, talk, laugh or sneeze without fear of Insecure false teeth dropping, •lipping or wobbling. FASTEETH holds plates firmer and more comfortably. This pleasant powder has no gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. ppean't cause nausea. It's nlkalln* (non-acid). Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETS •* 4TUK counters everywhere. he said, it may be expanded t other communities, nnd sue! homes may be opened for young men. Of the first group of six women aged 19 to 27, five have been dis 1 charged and one continues unde school supervision while employee in a cafeteria in her home com munity. Of the five who were dischargee two work in a cafeteria at Syra cuse University, two are em ployed in hospital work here am one was a seamstress in a down town department store until he recent marriage. All were placec in the jobs through the school. Of the girls now at the home two are department store stocl girls, two are employed in a hos pital, one works in a laundry anc four work in a private workshop for the handicapped. The girls have a strong desir to succeed—to "be accepted anc to be like everyone else," Schneider said. Since the school year ended, the girls have worked full-time. Be fore that, they spent half of the work day on the job and the other half at the home. There they received instructions in the basic subjects and in abilities needed on the job and in day-today living, such as making change, reading bus schedules, laying income taxes, banking and )udgeting. Not Taken Far HOPKINSVILLE, Ky. (a?)— len Hayes was upset when a burglar stole a shotgun, jewelry incl electric shaver from his iome in Christian County. Then he got an anonymous hone call telling him the stolen ems were under a road sign ear the Hayes home. Hayes hurried out and recov- red every item. Central Sewing Supply Co. 24 WEST BROADWAY SPECIALS AND SAT. ONLY SPECIAL GROUP OF 2.98 WOOLS ARNEL AND RAYON To $1.69 Values, Yard BEAUTIFUL COTTONS DRIP DRY FOIttY ODt) By Peg Bracken and Rod Lull Greenfield Blood Drive Set Sept. 23 >.m. The Junior Woman's Club in charge of recruiting ,.,,„.„_.. , , «, '•"«" >.6nofS \vith Mrs. Louis B. field Sept. 23, the chairman Mrs. Mprig flnd Mrs chftr]es wn , lamg GREENFIELD — Plans have ben made for a visit of the Red Cross bloodmobile unit in Green- "Last year it was cheese, and this year it's sardines, and heaven only knows, Alice, what 1964 will bring." Senior High Registration Set Aug. 30 at Roxana ROXANA — Roxana Senior High school students will report to the girls' gym on Aug. 30, between 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. to register for this term, at which time they will receive their class schedule and locker assignment. Buses will leave the school for the morning run at 8 a.m. and return the students home at 10 a.m. The $4 materials fee is payable at this time and those who wish may purchase the school insurance for $2.50 or $12, around the clock coverage. Each student will also have his picture taken before leaving the gym- Students, who will be transfer- ing from another school, should come to the high school office to egistter as soon as possible. Registration for Roxana Junior ligh school students is scheduled or Aug. 30 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 .m. Any student attending Ro» ana Junior High school should report to the lobby of the school vhere homeroom assignments vill be posted on the bulletin board. On this day, homeroom teachers will issue schedule cards, locker assignments and other materials pertinent to the opening of school. The junior high buses will begin their runs at 9 a.m., arriving at the school at approximately 9:30 a.m. They will make the same stops as last year. Return buses will depart from the school at 10:30 a.m. Park Board Meets ROXANA — A total of $3,572.40 I has been grossed at the swimming pool since the July meeting, it was announced at the Park and Recreation board meeting Monday evening at the Park .House. It was also announced that the village had received $41,154.31 in taxes from the township for operation of the pool. A levy ordinance in the amount of $37,750 and bills in the amount of $3,207.08 were approved. The Recreation Board announced the village' had received $5,758.54 in tax monies to operate the park. Return from Wisconsin Mrs. C. W. Emons was the Bramley of Thomas Street have returned after spending a week vacationing in Wisconsin. Frank Grcer, has announced. The unit will be set up in the Baptist Annex from noon until 5 7 Edtvardsville Area Residents \ Enter Hospital EDVVARDSVILLE - Seven area residents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital at Highland Tuesday and five persons w«e r e discharged. Admitted were: Dennis Ermich G28 N. Kansas St.; Mrs. Rose Wollbrinck, 429 W. Fourth St.; Mrs. Clementine Rose, 114 E Park; Darrell McDonald, 118 Sec< ond Ave.; Ben Bender, 225 Kan sas; James Richards, 15 Oak Hill and Mrs. Eva Schneider, 422 N Buchanan. Discharged were: Mrs. Oliver Ellington and son, Rtc. 1; Mrs. Joyce Koenig, Rte. 3; Oral Alexander, Rte. 3; Mrs. Syliva McBride, 314 Wolfe; Mrs. Mildred Elbrecht, 1712 N. Main. publicity Ostrowsky, Miss Judy aid Blotevc be held S City Park. Germans Do Business CAIRO — West Germans are said to be dealing in the Middle East with the Yemen rebels. Want to expand, remodel modernize your home? See us for plans and Free Estimates! SPRING 1101 EAST BROADWAY ty rtt*H otl T uru<Kn 1 — Miss Donna .teati Miss ftuth Behme, Long and Mrs. fton- jget entertained at tc iday afternoon i at the iss Ostrowsky honoring i Anderson who will be xl month. lal Welch reunion will unday at the Worden ly Cockrel attended the ning meeting at the high, school Ifi'St-eose Tuesday. Twenty five Wramfaefs ol the Worden Cub Scouts made a tmtf of Grants J"nrni In St. Louis County Tuesday, they also visited the Transporta'llon Museum. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Scoville, Mrs. Mercy Maxey and Mrs. Lll- llam Austin of Chicago are visit- Ing here with Mr. and Mrs. George S. Birmingham. Mr. and Mrs. Donald dreear and family of Los Angeles, Callt., have returned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lon P. Greeftf. Mrs; Rose Carmichael has fe» _, JL - -.,-.-.,,._.•. j • - ---n.i.h-- '_•' V _ L •••»• ••-.-•r-r-Vrr'r: turned per, Al Mr i\ 1V1I . < child rcr Monda.v Ryan's Levl W Mr. i family Melficrn turned Is Land TA1F frames U.S. cr turned home after « <' sj t ' fl tfrs. Ronald Rynrt ttfid of LaTrobe, Pn., left a visit with Mr*, parents, Mr, nnd Mrl. •Ich. nnd Mrs. Frank Vnfczt nnd nnd Mr. and Mrs. Allen ,.„.......cler nnd fnmlly have returned home after a Visit In Paring, fenn, '..' ' tlio.VtQ.vi5 Money TAIPEI — Makers Of eyeglass frames in Formosa arc seeking capital for expansion. GOT A GOOD ROOF OVER YOUR HEADT ,., . Does Your Present Roofs Leave Much To Be Desired ..... 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