Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 12, 1963
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Section 2 Pages 13-22 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Family Page Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. County Cerebral Palsy »' •/ Group Hears Behrent EAST ALTON - Ben Behrent, Springfield, state director of the United Cerebral Palsy organization, was a guest at the first meeting of the board of directors of the newly formed Madison County unit Tuesday In the Community recreation Center. The purpose of the organization, he stated, Is to find persons who are afflicted with cerebral palsy, determine their needs and administer help and equipment; also to help educate their family and the public to their needs. Help which can be provided through the organization, he said, are such things as walkers, braces, protective head gear, transportation to and from clinics etc. There are 675 known cases in Madison county, Behrent stated, and a survey will be conducted to determine if there are others. Of the numbers many are being treated in hospitals and clinics he said. The local unit of the United Cerebral Palsy was formally organized Aug. 10 under the leadership of Behrent and will be governed by a board of directors comprised of: Mrs. Albert Bushop, Edwardsville; Miss Mary Edmundson, Alton; Mr. and Mrs. B. Bergeber, Venice; Mr, and Mrs. Howard Shelton, Charles Gabbert, Kenneth Calame, East Alton; Mrs. Harold Stoff, Highland; Mrs. Franklin Niemeyer, Wood River; Mrs. Mary Woulfe and Mrs. Billy Sullivan, Granite City. Elected as officers of the executive board are: Billy J. Sullivan, Granite City, president; Mrs. Sam Guarino, East Alton, first vice president; Mrs. Kenneth Calame, East Alton, second vice president; Mrs. Woulfe, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Harris, East Alton, secretary; Mrs. Grace Favors, Alton; Jerry Clapsaddle, East Alton; and Harold Stoff, Highland, members at large. It was voted to limit the board to a total of 30 directors. However general membership of the osganization will be open to all interested persons and there will be no fees or dues charged. The first Tuesday of each month was selected as the regular meeting date with the 7:30 p.m. sessions to be held in the various communities of the county for the convenience of members. Mrs. Guarino was named meetings chairman of the Alton, East Alton, Wood River and Edwardsville area and Mrs. Sullivan, Tri-City Area meetings chairman. The membership will be notified of the meeting place by mail. Mrs. Calame was appointed Madison County fund campaign chairman, and will be assisted by Calame as co-chairman, and Mrs. Niemeyer as a local chairman. Selected as committees are: Mrs. Harris and Miss Edmondson, public relations; and Mrs. Woulfe, Calame and Gabbert, budget and finance. Sullivan and Mrs. Calame were elected delegates to the national convention Oct. 3-5 in Chicago;. Named delegates to the state convention in Pcoria Nov. 16 are: Calame, Shelton, Stoff, and Sullivan. Tueth Heads Marquette High Seniors Thomas Tueth was elected president of the Marquette Senior High School senior class In elections held Monday. Other class officers include: Seniors—Jeanne Gavin, Kenneth Van Buren. Juniors—Mary Barr, Edward Kinney, Jack Quigley, Barbara Schneider and Sophomores—William Crivella, .Robert Brown, Bernard Davey and Bradley Jacobs. Freshmen officers are elected In the second quarter. Student council members, elected include: Seionrs—Mari« lee Pennell, Mary Sue Peters, Dianne Springman, Dale Bregenzer, Larry Bellm and Thomas Leigh. Juniors — Ronald Bordeaux, Linda McCoy, Barbara Paddock, William Ash, Gordon Beeler, Stephanie Z e r w a s, Richard Kaveler, Mary Maley, James Crivello, and Sharon Roberts. Sophomores — Shirley Perry, J. V. Springman, Ann Budde, Chris Morrison, Terry Peek, Sue Sims, Georgia Deem and Jay Barrett. Donald Morrison is the new student council president; Randy Baker is vice president and Marie Britts, secretary-treasurer. Sees Need for Changes in Latin America Assistance WASHINGTON (AP)-Joseph S. Farland, resigning as ambassador to Panama, said Wednesday U.S. to Latin America would accom- plish more if applied with greater concern for individual dignity and less for bureaucratc planning. In an interview, Farland cited rrd tape, a lack of competent aid administration, excessive control from Washington and unduly grandiose planning among aid de- ficiencies ho said hr found in three years as U.S. envoy to Panama. A spokesman for the Agency FONCA CITY OEMS PONCA CITY, Okla. ^P—Mrs. Erma Carmack, public health nurse here, turns Pnca City boys into GEMS — good emergency mothers. Mrs. Carmack conducts a baby-sitting, course to show young boys—and girls, too —how to care for younger children. Instruction inbludes feeding, changing and even bathing. for International Development, which administers aid to I^atin America through the Alliance for Progress prcgram, disputed Farland's statements. He said no Panamanian aid project was undertaken "which did not have the complete and full approval of the ambassador." jlration. although he said they were Farland, 49. a Clarksburg, W.j not mn j or policy differences. Va., native who terms himself "a! - — liberal Republican," first entered, Haiti's last tie with France is its diplomatic service as an Eison- official language. French. The hower administration appointee, imasses speak ;i patois — French, He resigned Aug. 2 amid differ-Spanish, English. African and Car- ences with the Kennedy adminis- ihbean Indian dialects. PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY STARTS EASTGATE EAST ALTON I1TI •^•i 5S55U •^•i *PT*C^ ^ Count on Penney's for rainy day i savings; MEN'S ... fashion shows wet-weather brainstorm! Deep- toned print collection of cotton raincoats are always clear or cloudy right with popular split shoulder, fly front and slash pockets. Fully rayon lined too for comfort and luxury. Right smart for rainy weather savings. WOMEN'S RAINWEAR FASHION We've gathered all the fashion proven silhouettes from reversibles and chesterfields, to Balmacaans and boxy casuals! All the fashion proven fabrics too ... muted plaids, rayon and cotton satin twill reversibles, and on and on! What an assortment! Wear 'em rain or shine! KNITTERS' SPECIAL! 4-OZ. WOOL SKEINS, TOP COLORS PLAIDS GREAT! GINGHAM TOO, FOR LIL GUYS 77c sizes 6 to 18 2 for each Count on Penney's for 100% virgin wool knitting worsted at savings! Shop early for your favorite colors, plus black and white . . . for sweaters, socks, afghans, more ... all treated for moth-resistance! Long sleeve cotton sport shirts are machine washable in boyish colors. Choose the one he looks best in! SMART ORLON SHRUGS GOING, GOING, AT 399 Bulky-knit sweater-jackets in fine-quality resilient Orion acrylic that take a lot of wear, just a little care, retain their beautiful shapes . . . beautifully! Fabulous fashion buys, every one! Misses sizes. DURABLE CORDUROY CRAWLABOUTS $ -— • '/u *° 2 X Rugged pinwale cotton corduroy cravvlabouts! They're made to conform to our high standards for true quality! SPECIAL BUY! CURTAIN AND VALANCE SETS! TIERS! CAFES! 44 curtain and valance pan- Yes, you get both the curtain and valance at this low, low price! Choose from tiers, or cafes . . . lots of pretty styles, prints, plains, gay trims! Colors are new, the fabrics all most-wanted for fall! Hurry, come early! CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR EAST ALTON PENNEY'S Shop 10 a,m. to 9 p.m. MONDAY through SATURDAY EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Intersection of U.S. Highway 67 and Niagara Avenue

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