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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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FRlfcAY, AUGtJSf 23, 1963 ALTON EVENING tELEGRAPtt PAG® ftVB Southwestern District Lunchrooms Unfinished P1ASA — Elementary school lunchrooms In Southwestern School District won't be ready, for the opening of school because of Ihe strike of construction workers, Troy L. Meyer-, superinlndent said Thursday. Lunchrooms are tinder construction nl Brighton West Grade School and at Mcdorn and Shipman Elementary Schools. Pupils will have to cany their own lunches to school during the first several days, Meyer said. This will apply only to pupils In grades one through six The cafeteria at Southwestern Senior-Junior High School will he In operation. School svlll be In session for pupils Aug. 28 from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., and the first full day will be Aug.' 29. Book rentals and other fees will be due Aug. 20, Meyer said. Student insurance will be available at a cost of $2 to those In kindergarten through t h e sixth grade and $2.50 for those in grades seven through 12. Buses this year will run on the same schedule as last year, with the first run starting at 7:10 a.m., Meyer said. Transportation will be provided for all students who live a mile and half from their school buildings and, If the buses are not loaded, for others who may reside along bus routes. Kindergarten in Brighton will be in Brighton East Grade School, with morning and afternoon classes. Medora kindergarten class will be during mornings and the class at 1 Shipman during afternoons. Meyer announced the resignation of. Mrs. Romelle Headley, vocal music teacher, who plans to move to Maina Avoid (he Rush/ Call Us Now for ... ORIENT Furnace Lump & Stoker COAL Prompt Clean Delivery. Also Complete Fuel Oil Service. MISSISSIPPI VALLEY GOAL GO. HO 2-1841 Carrolltoti CARUOLLTON - Larry Fields returned to his home In Ml, Sterling Thursday after visiting since Saturday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Froman Holtswarth. Mrs. Moltswnrlh accompanied him home and spent the day with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fields. Mrs. John Short returned to her home in Tulsn, Okla., today after being a guest since Tuesday of. her mother, Mrs. Anna Herring. Miss Margie Mollswarlh o f Bloom luglon Is spending the weekend here with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Froman Hollswarth. Don Kelly of Alton was an overnight guest Wednesday night of his mother, Mrs, W. C. Kelly. Members of the Fifty Nlner's Club had dinner Wednesday evening at Day's Colonial room and spent the 1 remainder of the evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Grauel. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Chester Covvper of Philadelphia, Pa., and Miss Leah Cowper of Winchester were guests Wednesday, of Mr. and Mrs. Max Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wisdom and family of Winchester were guests Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Howard. Miss Lucille Isaac and Miss Ada Isaac will spend the weekend In Alton where they will attend the funeral of Mrs. Cora B. Fowler, 8<J, at the Allen Chapel al 10 a.m. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Kauth and family of Butavia left Tuesday to return after visiting since Saturday with Kauth's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James NiHischwander. Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and family returned home Tuesday from East Chicago where they had been guests since Friday of Clark's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Anderson. Used Car Stolen From Quality Lot Dudley Watson, Quality Pontiac used car sales manager at 1150 E. Broadway, reported to Alton police this morning the theft of a car off the lot. Watson said the 1957 Pontiac Coupe was stolen sometime after he closed at 9 p;m. Thursday. Business May Stop MANILA — Many American businessmen are planning to stop doing business in the Philippines Louis Gleibtir At Talks on Sanalorhtms Louis P. Glclbor, board member of (ho Mntllson Coufity San- ntorlum Board hns returned from Ihe third flnmml conference for Snfintorlum Board Clialfrhen held Wednesday at Springfield. Glelber, of Alton, secfelary- Iroasuror of (ho Illinois Assti of Tuberculosis Sanitarium Boards, the sponsoring organiwi- tlon, presided at the meeting attended by representatives from 26 counties. Dr. Cll/ton Hall, chief, division of tuberculosis control, Illinois Department of Public Health, a program participant, suggested that counties planning tuberculin test- jng programs tn IJie schools should consider instituting a prophylaxis drug program for the recent converters to, this test. A program of this type would reduce the possibility of these reactors, who have the TB germ In their body, In breaking down with active tuberculosis. The meeting is held annually to acquaint sanatorium board chairmen, members, and nurses on any changes or new Ideas in the care and treatment of the tuber- culous and give them an opportunity to discuss mutual problems. Band Rehearsals To Be Resumed At Edwardsville • EDWARDSVILLE — Summer rehearsals for bands of Edwardsville Community Unit School District 7 will be resumed, starting Monday, the supervisor of instrumental music, Cleaon Etzkorn, said. The senior high school band will rehearse Monday and Thursday, Aug. 26 and 29, from 10:10 to 11:10 a.m. The junior high school advanced band will practice Wednesday, Aug. 28, from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and the regular band will practice from 9:40 a.m. to 10:40 a.m. on the same morning. Rehearsal for the elementary band is set for Tuesday, Aug. 27, from 9 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. All practice. sessions will be in the regular band rooms. Boxing Trick SAIGON — A Vietnamese was discovered recently to be importing goods in special containers only to get the containers which, by themselves were not approved for regular import.. KHRUSHCHEV VISITS SKOPJE President Tito of Yugoslavia shows Yugoslavia Thursday. Nearly 100,000 Soviet Premier Khrushchev around turned out to see the Russian leader, earthquake-ruined Skopje in southern (AP Wirephoto) Eric Johnston Dies at 66 From Stroke Greenfield School Election Saturday GREENFIELD — Two school propositions, n bond Issue of $398,000 for buildings and an increase in the educational tax levy, will be presented to voters of Unit School District 10 again Saturday. Voting will he in four precincts from noon to 7 p.m. Precinct 1, polling place will be Greenfield Fire Protection Station in Greenfield; Precinct 2, Rockbridge Town Hall; Precinct 3, Wrights Community Hall; Precinct 4, Athetis- ville Town Hall. Judges in the first precinct will system. In 1!M4, on a visit to the Soviet hy BAHUV SCHWEII) WASHINGTON (AP) - Eric A. Johnston, president of the Motion Picture Association of Americr and a business leader and government trouble shooter for nearly three decades, is dead al fifi. Johnston succumbed Thursday night at George Washington University Hospital to the effects of a stroke detected two months ago on his return from a trip to Europe. Me hfid been in critical condition for more than a month Johnston pursued several careers, some of them simultaneously, starHng as a grade-school newspaper carrier to help support | Uniot)( Johnston met the world's Take Applications for Jobs at Edwardsville NEW BORG-WARNER GAS FIRED FURNACES Now you can enjoy more heating comfort, more economically —with a Borg-Warner Gas Fired Warm Air Furnace. Just dial the temperature you want, and fill your home with springtime comfort! And gas heat is clean heat... no amoke, no grirae.oio grit. 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Starling rale o£ pay for the positions is $2.26 per hour, with increases to a maximum to a maximum of ?3.14 per hour. Information and application forms are available at the post office. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE — One area •esident was admitted and one person discharged from St. Joseph's Hospilal al Highalnd Thursday. Admitted was Wilbur Mick, 3-10 S. Benton. Mrs. Bertha Sooy of 631 !>}. Kansas was discharged. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rodemeyer of 105 E. "J" St., are parents of a son born at the hospital al 10:30 a.m. Thursday, weght 6 pounds '2 ounces. Mrs. Rodemeyer is Ihe former Mary Long. Kindergarten Teacher Hired In Unit 9 MEDORA — Mrs. Tarrie Stein a graduate of Southern Illinois University, has been employed to leach kindergarten at the Medort. and Shipman Grade Schools. Kindergarten classes at Medon; will be held in the morning .with afternoon sessions ut Shipman. There will be a workshop will (lie teachers in District 9 Tuesday The firsl day for students wil be Aug. 28. Classes will start a 8:30 a.m. and will be dismissec at 10:30 a.m. The first full day for students will be Aug. 29. There will he no school on Labor Day, Sept. 2. Due to work stoppage of various kinds, all the new buildings in the district will not be completed by Ihe first day of school. Kin-j dergarten classes al Medora will be housed in temporary quarters until the new rooms are completed. Ulrthduy I'urty MEDORA - A birthday party honoring Mrs. Tom Frueh of Medora and Mrs. Sonny Harris of Alton was held al the home of Mrs. Harris Wednesday evening. Mrs. Frueh who's birthday was Aug. 20, and Mrs, Harris who's birthday was Aug, 21, are sister.'). Gui'uta attending were: Mrs. Marie Wyhs, Janice and Ginger Wyhs, Carol Smith, Jack Myers, | Mi*, and Mrs. John Haguwi, John Jr., and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Frueh, David and Susan and Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Harris. Jerseyville JERSEYVILLE — Mrs. Charles Stanley, state supervisor of the Royal Neighbors of America, and VIrs. Paul Thatcher, district deputy, will leave Sunday for Lafayette, Ind., to atlend Ihe Royal Neighbor Insurance Company Sem- nar at Purdue University. Mrs. Tallulah Laclede of Dalas, Tex., will leave Sunday for ler home following a week's visit lere with her brother and sister- n-Iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Draper, and her sister, Miss Utha Draper. She is a former resident of Jerseyville. Allen Seago returned to his lome in Jerseyville Wednesday i-om John Cochran's Veterans iospital in St. Louis where he submitted to major surgery and ias been a patient the past month. Mrs. Thomas Tucker and granddaughter, Miss Janet: Edwards, grandson Robin Edwards, and William Davidson, have returned to their homes in Jerseyville fol- owing a three weeks' vacation in Las- Cruces, N. M. where they e guests of Mrs. Tucker's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tucker. Miss Mabel Vance of Aledo, 111., formerly a mathematics instructor at the Jersey Community High School visited friends here loday. She taught at the local high school for 20 years, before retiring at the end of the term this year. Mrs. Charles Johnston, who resides southwest of here, has been employed to work in the cafeteria at the Jersey Community High School this year to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation qf Mrs. Raymond Geisler. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Little of Jerseyville have returned from West Chicago where Ihey spenl a week at Ihe home of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Parsell and family. Their son, Donald, who has been visiting al the Parsell home re- Boys Guests Of Women At Roxana ROXANA — Superintendent C. H. McKinney brought 10 boys from Lincoln Lodge of Boys Town at Marquette Park to Roxana Wednesday afternoon and they were guests of the Roxana Woman's Club. The boys were entertained at Roxana Park, then joined 50 aersons, members of the Woman's Club and their families, at a potluck supper. Mrs. Alvah Ayres was chairman of arrangements. ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. John Bales have returned to their home in Fort Wayne, Ind., after spend ing several days with Mrs. Bales parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tillmai Barton, and family of South Rox ana. Mrs. Betty Miesner and chil dren, Donna, Barbara and Stever of Kansas City, Mo., are visiting her aunt and family, Mr. and Mrs Wilfred Major of South Roxana. Julie Potter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Potter of Decatur is visiting her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Paul Potter, of Southard Avenue, South Roxana. Mrs. EUie Major of South Rox ana has returned to her home after visiting relatives and friends in her home al Higbee, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Hannis anc family of Wanda have as ttieir guests, Mrs. Hannis' sisler, Miss Esther Holder of Dycasburg, Ky. Hurdin Elevator Nears Completion JERSEYVILLE — Beach Grail- Co, of Jerseyville is building a new elevator near Hardin south of the Joe Page Bridge. Barge loading facilities will be included and Ihe elevator will feature big! speed unloading, with the mos modern facilities. The building program calls for completion o the unit not later than Sept. 10. his widowed mother. He worked his way through the University of Washington as a door-to-door vacuum cleaner salesman, graduating just in time to become the Marine Corps' youngest major in World War I. He was besl known, perhaps, as head of the motion picture industry, serving 18 years as president of the Motion Picture Association of America. His annual salary was $100,000. Educated as a lawyer, he pursued a career in business, pyramiding his interests in the Brown- Johnstone Co., a Spokane, Mich., electrical firm. He formed the Columbia Electrical and Manufacturing Co. to produce the appliances sold by Brown-Johnston, and held posts with other firms. In 19-12 he attained national prominence on election as president of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States. In the post le led a drive for business co operation with President Franklin D. Roosevelt and an end to Roosevelt-baiting. He served four terms ;aining stature as an eloquent spokesman for the free enterprise No. 1 Communist, Soviet Premier Josef Stalin. The capitalist told the Red dictator: "I like your manganese. It doesn't know it's socialist. You like our machine tools. They don't know they are capitalistic." At the requests of Roosovelt and President Harry S. Tinman, Johnston, a Republican, served during the war on the National Labor - Management Advisory Committee, the Inter-American Economic Development Comrnis- be, Mrs. Russell Morrow, Mrs. James McKenzle, and Mrs, Kqh- ert Garner; second precinct, Mrs. John Ewing, Mrs. Eileen Nnugle, and Mrs. Barbara Young; third precinct, Mrs. Ben Goode, Mrs. Don PlemitKcher, and Mrs. Virginia Goodnll; fourth precinct, Mrs. Ruth Jouott, Mrs. Imogene Barnard, and Mrs. Lois Cole. Kntcrtnln Rowling Tram GREKNFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burroughs entertained members of the Burroughs Insurance Agency bowling team al a picnic supper Thursday evening at Woodbine Country Club. The group included Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Trost, Carrollton; Mr. and Mrs. Holland Schild. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goodman, and their families. Dr. and Mrs. David Carlson and three children, who have moved here this week from Aurora, were guests. Dr. Carlson is the new owner of the veterinary clinic. Plan Picnic GREENFIELD — Members of sion, the Economic Stabilization i the adult sewing classes and Board, the War Manpower Commission and the War Mobilizalion and Reconversion Commission. A native of the District of Columbia, Johnston returned here from the West when he became head of the Motion Picture Association. He was married to Ina Harriet Hughes in 1922 and she and their two daughters, Mrs. William Carlin Fix and Mrs. Herbert Butler, survive. Memorial services will be held Monday morning in SI. John's Episcopal church here. Burial will be in Spokane, Wash., probably on Wednesday. their families will be guesls of the instructor, Mrs. Goldie Tran- harger, at a play day and picnic supper Tuesday afternoon and evening al Mrs. Tranbarger's cottage at Lake Girard. Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be annoyed or reel Ul-*»because of loose, wobbly , teeth. PASTEETH, an Improved alkaline (non-acid) powdor, nprlnkled on. your plates holds them firmer ao they f oel more comfortable. Avoid embarrassment caused by loose plate*. Get *ASTEETH at any drug counter. A. . 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