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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN Blackburn College Opens With Enrollment of 410 CARLINVILLE - Classes began at Blackburn College here Wednesday as 175 new students pushed the college's enrollment to an all - time high of approximately 410. Although final figures are not in, due to late registrations, we know we'll exceed last year's record 400 enrollment, said Charles 0. Gordon, registrar. New students registered yesterday, after a series of orientation* lectures, tours of campus and processing by the college's testing service. Of the new students approximately 145 are in the freshman class, said Gordon. Wednesday also marked the first day of work for new students under Blackburn's work - study program. Following briefings on the types of work available and consultation with the student work committee, the new students were assigned jobs, each requiring 15 hours of work on campus each week. Work also began anew on the construction of the new administration building on campus. The site has lain idle during the summer while the student workers were on vacation. All work on the building is being done by students. The students will be formally welcomed to campus Thursday morning In an all-college assembly. "MORE DIAMONDS FOR TOR DOIURS HERE'S PROOF! DISCUSS NEW STATE LAWS Southern Illinois lawyers are shown here at seminar held Wednesday afternoon in the Lewis and Clark restaurant in East Alton. The group discussed new- ly enacted state legislation. Representatives of the Chicago Title and Trust €o. gave informative talks on the new legislation. At East Alton Changes in Real Estate Trust Laws Seminar Topic NOW ..-. you eon buy "More Diamonds for Your Dollars". Yes, these diamond rings shown here are selling at the lowest possible prices. So, hurry and see us today! Don't delayl This offer is limited. FAST, EASY CREDIT TONE BRO I CREDIT JEWELERS I 118 W. 3rd St. EAST ALTON — One hundred and forty seven lawyers from counties in Southern Illinois attended a seminar on real estate, probate and trust laws recently enacted by the 73rd general assembly Wednesday afternoon at the Lewis and Clark Restaurant. Dick ll. Mudge Jr., president of the Madison County Bar Assn. and state's attorney for the county, presided af the session. The seminar was sponsored by the Chicago Title and Trust Co. who's representatives spoke of the changes in the Illinois laws. The session was the first of its type in Madison County. Special interest to the lawyers gathered at the seminar were informative talks by John D. Du- gore and James Bayer, chief officer and an attorney of the Chicago company, on the new judic ial amendment which will go into effect Jan. 1 changing the court system of the county. The extensive changes in the state's court procedures brought about by the judicial amendment has also caused new laws to be enacted by the legislature at its 1963 session to implement the judicial changes in 1964. Other Chicago Title and Trust Co. speakers were William B. Garrett, company vice president on "Changes Probate and Trust Law;" and John .Meyers, company attorney, on "Legislation Affecting Real Estate." ALTON, ILL. The gyroplane looks like a cross between a den chair. windmill and a gar- Batteries Stolen From 2 Vehicles WOOD RIVER Batteries were stolen from two cars while parked Wednesday night police reported, Lorrena Burke of 3170 California St.. St. Louis, said a battery was stolen from her car while parked on the lot at the Wood River Bowl. Pled F. Plessa, 128 ,W. Fifth St., Roxana, told police that the battery was removed from h i s car while it was parked on the lot of Eastwood Tavern, 18 S. Sixth St. Heads Committee WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Ernest Lenington, a former president of the Garden Club, has been named chairman of the Garden Center and Books Committee of District 5 of Garden -Clubs of Illinois, it was announced- at Wednesday club meeting in public Library. Mrs. Hulda Traband, past president, presided at the meeting in the absence of Mrs. L. D. Archer. Plans were completed for the annual brunch to be held Oct. 16 in HIP Lewis-Clark Restaurant, East Alton. Mrs. Charles Lenacher was introduced as a new.member. New Lines Coming TEHRAN — Iran has announces a new scheme to string power lines across the country. MOVE UP TO CHRYSLER '64 Engineered better...backed better than any car in its class The '64 Chryslers are here: the luxurious New Yorker (above); sports- bred 300; and the surprisingly easy-to-own Newport. Clean. Crisp. Handsome. Designed in the modern concept. Bold but not brassy. Engineered by men who have accounted for more *'firsts" than any automobile maker. So well built the vital moving parts are warranted for 5 years or 50,000 miles. (Details below.) The '64 Chryslers are full of news: there's an optional steering wheel you can adjust, up or down, to any on« of seven different positions. Bupket seats are standard on 300 models (passenger's reclines). These are the '64 Chryslers. They have no junior editions to compromise your investment. Go see them. Move up to Chrysler '64. •olid protection for • solid Investment. .. *-yt»r-SO,000-mll» warranty. Chrysler Corporation warrants, for 6 years or 60,000 miles, whichever comes first, against defects In materials and workmanship and will replace or repair at a Chrysler Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer's place of business, the engine block, head and Internal parts, intake manifold, water pump, transmission case and Internal parts (excluding manual clutch), torque converter, drive shaft, universal Joints, rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings of its 1964 automobiles, provided the owner has the engine oil changed every 3 months or 4,000 miles, whichever comes first, the oil filter replaced every second oil change and the carburetor air filter cleaned every 6 months •nd replaced every 2 years, and every 6 months furnishes to such a dealer evidence of performance of the required service, •nd requests the dealer to certify (1) receipt of such evidence and (2) the car's then current mileage. CHRYSLER DIVISION ROBERTS MOTORS, INC. 1862 E. Broadway, Alton B* turt to watch Bob Hop* and the Chrysler Theater, NBC-TV, Friday*. CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION STUART MOTORS, INC, 316 E. Forguion, Wood River 3 Unhurt in 3-Car Crash On Broadway Three people escaped injury Wednesday in a three-car accident at Main and Broadway in Alton during rush hour traffic. Police said a car driven south from Main Street by Ina M. Lo wis, 24, Rte. 1, Piasa, 111., pulled out on Broadway and struck another car and shoved it into the third car. Driver of the second car, Donald B. Gregory, 32, 501 Virginia. Cottage Hills, was headed east on Broadway. He was shoved into a car, also headed east, driven Homecoming Parade Out This Year at Greenfield GREENFIELD — At a meet-| ng of the Senior High student council the homecoming parade >vas discontinued this year as a feature of the annual high school lomecoming Friday, Oct. 18. The council voted to make ex- :ensive additions to the decoration of the football field and "made plans for special displays of in- :erest to former students, includ- ng a display of class and group pictures dating back to the early days of the local schools. The homecoming football game Between Greenfield and Pleasant Hill is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18 and the homecoming dance will follow In the high school gym. Heads School Board GREENFIELD - Francis Steckel has been elected president of the board of education of Unit. School District 10. He will succeed Dr. James A. Downard who is moving to New Mexico. To Attend Institute GREENFIELD - Mrs. Mary Gimmy, a member of the junior high faculty, and Miss V e 1 m a Sonneborn, fourth grade elementary teacher, have been selected for the 1963- 1964 In - Service Institute for elementary teachers which is sponsored by the National Science Foundation. The first meeting of the group will take place this evening at MacMurray College. Auxiliary to Meet GREENFIELD — The American Legion Auxiliary will resume regular meetings following the summer vacation period, this evening in the social rooms of the Legion Home. A potluck supper will be served at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Loren Estler is auxiliary president. by Ronald J. Mulach, 23, 210 Wolf, Hamel, 111. Original Jantzen Headquarters! SrWffer's More, moral Jantzen's new ombre cardigan has more color, more texture new* A long-haired blend of 60% wool and 40% mohair, hip-deep In stripes over wool flannel taper pants. Sweater $17.98, pants $14.98 just wear a smile I.D.L COUPON PEPSI-COLA 12-oz. Bottle Ctn. of 6 Reg. 57e Special [ Limit 1 With This Coupon ) PLUS DEPOSIT kThis coupon Is good only at 1DL ^stores where Pepsi-Cola is sold. I.D.L. HALO HAIR SPRAY SVz-oi. sixe On Sale Limit I With This Coupon I.D.L. COUPON B & B COTTON ~! 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