Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 19, 1963
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREfi Strike Delayed ' Y Job Construction of the new YMCA building Is several weeks behind schedule because of the recent strike, Architect William Flippo reported to the board of directors meeting Wednesday, but "satisfactory progress is being made now." Flippo added that excellent workmanship in the construction project Is evident. He said the concrete foundations walls had been poured except for the swimming pool area. The new building will not include health club facilities or special handball courts. Karl Hoagland reported a survey showed there was Interest in forming a separate corporation to finance these projects. A meeting will be held this week with the men who responded to the survey. William Bierbaum was authorized to secure a lease on the present building if no buyer can be found. It was reported that if a decision can be reached in the next 30 days, the additional funds needed for the handball courts may become available. The Rev. Wayne Hoxsie, a new board member, was welcomed. To Train at Columbia for Peace Corps A 20 - year - old Alton man will be one of the 50 Peace Corps volunteers who will begin a three- month training period at Columbia University in New York next week. James R. Norvell, 1114 Douglas St. son of James L. Norvell and Mrs. James Fischer is a 1961 graduate of Alton High School and he attended Western Illinois University for two years. Following his training in New York, Norvell will leave for a two - year tour of duty in South America working In the social problems field. Tito and Wife on Latin American Tour BRASILIA m — President Tito of Yugoslavia sits down with President Joao Goulart of Brazil today, seeking trade as well as support of Yugoslavia's nonalignment policies. Tito and his wife, Jovanka, arrived Wednesday for the start of his first Latin-American tour. Tito will leave for Bolivia Monday. He will make stops in Chili and Mexico before his arrival in Washington Oct. 16 for an eight- day visit. Sewer Fund Released Gov. Otto Kerner approved the release of $8,237 today for emergency repairs to sanitary sewers at Alton State Hospital. READY FOR SHOT Erskine Ryan, sixth grade art teacher at Humboldt takes the preliminary step in stride, as Mrs. Merceline Henson swabs his arm in preparation for a flu shot, given Wednesday to all Alton district school employes. Liquor Hearing Tuesday A hearing before the Alton Liquor Commission in the case of Leo and Louie's Lounge, Ridge street and Broadway has been scheduled for 9 a.m. Tuesday, Mayor P. W. Day said today. \ Louis Marmino, proprietor of the Lounge, was arrested by police Tuesday night and charged with selling liquor to minors. Two 19-year-old boys arrested in the place were charged with violation of the alcoholic beverage section chapter of the Alton City Code and their trial has been set Sept. 28 in magistrate's court. New York Musician Conducts in Berlin BERLIN (AP)—Conductor Theodore Bloomfield, 40-year-old former artistic director of the Rochester (N. Y.) Philharmonic, made a triumphant debut as con ductor of the West Berlin Philharmonic. Bloomfield made six .curtain calls to acknowledge the cheers of more than 1,000 patrons. $6.6 Million State Aid to Be Received By County's Schools Madison County schools will receive $6,609,372.44 of a total of 5174,720,800.72 certified in state aid for 1,488 Illinois school districts for the 1962-'63 school year. The money was certified today at the office of Ray Page, state superintendent of public instruction, after amended state a i d claims had been filed by the school districts. Half of the money certified has been paid and the remainder will be paid in six monthly installments. Macoupin County schools will receive $1,464,357.53 of the total; Jersey County, $499,001.49; Greene, $469,061.20; Calhoun $132,668.89. The schools asked for, a total of $182,149,582.56, but the requests were cut approximately four per cent. Some $91,074,791,28 of the amended claim was paid from the appropriation of the 72nd General Assembly, and the remainder will be paid out of the current appropriation of $371,000, 000. John Kirby, director of Finance and statistics for the Office of Public Instruction, said that the balance of $287,353.56, for the biennium appears to be sufficient to meet the states committment, based on the $252 per pupil foundation level. Marching 100 to Boost United Fund at Stadium Alton Senior High School's ciat<jd agencies and finally into "Marching 100" Band will turn a "U" formation — the "United .,„ ir, aioht umnrate formations TT.. M J » IVlCUlVJIlUK «*W ••**»•»» IT— up in eight separate formations at the Alton-Marquette football game Friday night to promote the United Fund drive. The half-time band program will start with an "Aladdin's lamp" formation, the Genie from which will work the "wonder" of putting over the current United Fund campaign, Boyd LaMarsh, director, said. Th band, in "Genie" formation will play "When You Wish Upon a Star." The third formation will be the figure "1" to denote the "one gift" aspect of the United Fund: A "stethoscope" formation will be used to illustrate the family service and visiting nurse pro grams financed by the fund and a 'house" formation will be used to illustrate "Boys Town of Illinois." A "Christmas tree formation will be psed to convey the idea of the Salvation Army, a fund agency. The newest fund agency, Alton Area Emergency Corps," will be '(illustrated with a "rowboat formation. The band will move back into the figure "I" formation a second time to emphasize the single gift idea for all ot the fund-asso Deal Made for Wrecking Belle Store Building Tte contract with the LaRoss Wrecking Co. to raze a former •tore building at 621 Belle St. to make way for the 6th Street extension was signed today, City Clerk Paul Price reported. Clearing ot the last piece of right - of • way was arranged Tuesday afternoon when Mayor P. W. Day approved award of the $3,200 contract. The game will start at 8:30 p.m. at Public School Stadium. Millineiy Depf. 2nd Floor flips over feather hats Proud as a peacock, brilliant as a bluebird, here are hats wildly feminine, brilliantly alive with color! 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