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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1963 Brighton Women Hear Mrs. Carolyn Kozicky BRIGHTON - Mrs. Kozicky sang a group songs and described types of folk music to members of the Civic League Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sam Cardinal. Mrs. Kozieky accompanied her singing on the autoharp. She led the women in two easily - learned songs at the close of her program. Mrs. Leo George, September program chairman, introduced Mrs. Kozicky. Committee reports were given In the business session conducted by Mrs. LeRoy Schmoeller, president. Mrs. Donald Werts, flower show chairman, announced that separate sections will be arranged for holiday centerpieces, miniature, bride and dry arrangements, corsages, house plants, violets and Girolyn | children's flowers at the Fall of folk j Flower Show to be singed at Wes several I Grade School cafeteria Wednesday, Sept. 25, from 3 fo 8 p.m Fred Clnusen of the gardenin, staff, Alton State Hospital a n i garden columnist for the A 11 o i Telegraph, and Mrs. Paul Hal- of Brighton, will be judges. Judg ing will be between 2 and 3 p.m so flowers should be brought a soon after 1 p.m. as possible, Mrs Werts said. A table will be plac ed in the school on which plant brought before 1 p.m. may be left but the cafeteria will not be avail able to the League until 1 p.m. Mrs. Robert Goss, snack bar chairman, announced that spa ghetti has been added to the mem [or the luncheon, as well as bee barbecue. 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The brochure provides a check list of rights guaranteed by law nnd describes what action should be taken by those who believe their rights have been violated and what happens when such ac tion is taken. The brochure is the second to be produced by the FEPC, the first being "Memo to Management," a checklist for employers .o use in establishing fair em- jloyment practices. Charles W. Gray, chairman of the FEPC, said copies of the brochure will be made available to ndividuals or organizations on request. He said such requests should be directed to the FEPC 'ffices, 20S W. Wacker Drive, Chicago, or the Ridgely Building n Springfield. "We want this brochure into the lands of as many persons as pos- ible," Gray said. Large quanti- ies will be made available to or- ;anizations for their own mem- ership or for other distribution. A special point made by the rochure is that to take full "ad- antage of the opportunities open- d to everyone by the Fair Em- or promotion you are seeking." The brochure points out tha the law provides for equality employment, including the righ to be hired, trained, paid and pro moted because 'without of race, discrimlnatio color, religion national origin or ancestry." Illinois Prison Rolls Decline The average dally Inmate pop ulation of the Illinois penal insti tutions decreased 85 during July compared with the same mont in 1962, Joseph E. Ragen, diirec tor of the Illinois Department o Public Safety, reported today. The monthly report showed an average of 10,190 prisoners in July and 10,275 a year ago. Civilian employes of the pri sons averaged 1,559 in July, an ncrease of 120 employes over the 1,439 during the Same month in 1962. Prison population by institu tions, compared with the same month in 1962 (in parentheses) bllows: Dwight Reformatory, 267 :291, down 24); Vandalia State rarm, 1,081, (1,108, down 27); Joliet - Stateville, 4,845 (4,961 down 116); Menard, 2,456 (2,475 down 19); Pontiac, 1,541 (1,440 up 101). ployment Practices Act, it is important to have the skill, training, ROME — Thieves recently stole car from in front of a shop in he Italian capital not knowing that the owner was asleep in the back seat. NOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK-MON.-THURS.-FRI. 9 to 9 TTtaiversaf No Gas Permit Necessary 75,000-BTU HOMART GAS ZSS FURNACE SAVE f 30 90 REG. 229.90 NO MONEY DOWN! 75,000 B.T.U. basement furnace with life-clad heat exchanger ... guaranteed 15 years. Quiet, two-stage ignition ... no roar. Minneapolis-Honeywell controlls. Heavy 16-ga. steel heat exchanger; 100% safety pilot cutoff; Homart "600" series. Anti-rust treated jacket with heavy baked enamel finish. 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Mrs. Eva Dillow, 310 Smith, East Alton. Mrs. Vera Hewitt, Rte. 1, Jerseyville. SURGICAL Jeffrey Wickenhauser, Godfrey. Mrs. Myrtle C. Landwehrmeier, Rte. 1, Granite City. Mrs. Ida Hardwick, 912 Washington. Charles Whyers, 520 Bender, East Alton. Mrs. Elizabeth Meyers, 42 Carstens, Wood River. Mrs. Ida Blackwell, Rte. 1, Fieldon. DISMISSALS Ruth Baker, 863 Washington. Mrs. Murriel Barber, Brighton. William Crumer, 1426 Tharp. Orville Davidson, 308 Brookside. Mrs. Judy Fencel, Rte. 5, Edwardsville. Mrs. Ottie Field, 1110 Wyss. Mrs. Lillian Kirksey, East Alton. Mrs. Lucille Hays, Bethalto. Mrs. Patricia Laubscher, Rte. 2, Brighton. Mrs. Carol Newell, Bethalto. Mrs. Janet Phillips, 2911 Buena Vista. Mrs. Sylvia Retzer, East Alton. Jerry Slavik, Edwardsville. John Stockard, 306 W. 19m. Frank Tomasco, Godfrey. Mrs. Hazel Williams, 2108 Fernwood. Jersey Community "MEDICAL Mrs. Daisy Summerheys, Jerseyville. Phillip Aderton, Hardin. SURGICAL Mrs. Margaret Chappell, Jerseyville. Ralph Wilson, Jerseyvllle. DISMISSALS Mrs. Derald Waters, Jerseyville. Tranklin Smith, Jerseyville. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Kimberly Nord, Eldred. Mrs. Pauline Pollard, 3797 Hum bert Road. Mark Clausen, Godfrey. Robert Graham, East Alton. James Swanson, 503 Emerald. Mary Lawrence, Wood River Mrs. Lela Guthrie, Bethalto. Mark McKinney, Godfrey. SURGICAL William Palmer, Wood River. Mrs. Wanda Carter, 1118 Douglas, Frank Cogan, 1111 Long. Miss Betty Garrett, 3729 Humbert Mrs. Ailene Blankenship, 2783 Sanford. William Zigrang, Kampsville. Paul Herbstreet, 1406 George. iVilliam Smith, 326 E. 12th. David Monroe, 212 Maurice. Gerris Carroll, 3203 Alby. Mark Ruppert, Bethalto. Randy Longle, Edwardsville. van Wells, Alton. DISMISSALS Mrs. Robert Ooton, Worden. Mrs. Bernice Sheppard, 1203 Marshall. Mrs. Betty Loy, 206 Hampton. Mrs. Patsy Arnold, Godfrey. Mrs. Nancy Fee, 1717 Feldwisch. Ars: Naroma Barnett, East Alton Mrs. Edith Hill, 1001 Douglas.. Paul Herbstreet, 1406 George. Plans for Club Pageant Set by Hardin Women HARDIN — Plans are being ormed by the Woman's club to •resent a pageant of weddings de- icting styles of the gowns of the ast century. The production will entitled "A Century of Brides." The idea was presented to the lub members at the meeting by Mrs. Paul R. Durr, chairman of ways and means committee. Other committee members are Mfs. Ben Eagleton, Mrs. William urgeon, Mrs. Sam L. Miller and to. Paul Hanks, who will func- ion as the production committee. Mrs. Durr is asking all brides i the community to participate nd to display their gowns by laking them available to thijB ommittee. lit Hospital HARDIN — Philip Aderton, resident of the Bank of Calhoun ounty, entered Jersey Commun- y Hospital Wednesday as a med- cal patient. Aderton became ill bout noon Wednesday while at he bank. Homeraukers To Meet HARDIN—Mrs. Chester Knight 'ill host the Hardin Homemakers Extension Unit at her home Tues- ay at 8 p.m. She will be assist- d by Mrs. Orville Johnes. Three-quarters of the 700,000 ersons in Basutoland live crowd- d on the boulder-strewn, deeply roded lowlands to raise meager rops of corn, wheat and vegeta- >]es. A major conservation pro- ram has been under way since 936. Robert Beliveau, Wood River. Geoffrey Murphy, 3410 California William Raffety, Greenfield. Floyd Willman, Bethalto. Mrs. Stella Simpson, Alton. Mrs. Sylvia Lumpkins, 235 Madison. Dwight Gross, 1819 Woodland. Mrs. Dorothy Moses, East Alton Milton Morgan, Alton. Loren Johnson, East Alton. Mrs. Jane Broadbooks, Cottage Hills. Debbie Sievers, Fieldon. Mark Droste, Godfrey. Joni Tumbleson, Bethalto. Clayton Walker, 1116 Green. Ronald Wightman, Godfrey. Wood River Township MEDICAL Howard J. Churchwell, 511 Fifth, East Alton. Robert Cunnett, Cottage Hills. Harold Rutherford, 791 Rice. Mrs. Marie Webb, 2834 Residence Cynthia Mayberry, 1428 Church, East Alton. Terry E. Braddy, Hartford. Mrs. Anna Fulp, 401 Sixth. SURGICAL Mrs. Elizabeth J. Oglesby, 1120 Eaton. Joseph Cunningham, Edwardsville. Warren Graham, 218 Penning. Ronald Frailey, 517 S. 12th. DISMISSALS Mrs. Katheryn Wheeler, Moro. ' George Holcomb, 39 N. Main. Mrs. Wanda Nichols, Hartford. James B. Curtis, 211 Madison. Mrs. Sharon Storey, Hartford. Charles Wyzard, 1411 Milton Rd. Robert Sloane, Rte. 1, Gillespie. Vernon Bricker, 1838 Rodgers. Robert Coffman, Cottage Hills. Carl Rustin, Bethalto. Mrs. Charlotte Calhoon, South Roxana. D1XON ON DIALECTS NEW YORK (AP) — Broadway's master of 58 dialects is aiding stars to get ready for another season. Alfred DIxon, a 53 - ytar - old former actor, found his tutoring specialty 30 years ago, estimates he has since been involved with performers in 180 productions. 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