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September 23, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1963 IT'S AUTOMATIC! IT'S BUDGET PRICED! IT'S WESTINGHOUSE! ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGEFTVE NEW AUTOMATIC TIMING CENTER Eity to read, easy to use. NOW YOU CAN OWN AN AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC RANGE FOR WHAT YOU'D EXPECT TO PAY FOR A NON-AUTOMATIC MODEL! WESTINGHOUSE MAKES COOKING SIMPLER, CLEAN-UP EASIER. Model KMD 30 ITS ONLY $10 DOWN DELIVERS! F1NE-TUNINO CONTROLS Infinite choice of surface heats. J SINGLE DIAL OVEN CONTROL Turns oven on and sets temperature. EASIEST TO KEEP CLEAN Oven door lifts completely off. HOME FURNISHERS Park Free at Rear of Store—500 E. Broadway Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Be alert today, alive tomorrow. School Going Well In Farmville for Gradeless Classes By BILL JOHNSON FARMVILLE, Va. (AP) - Ernest Pratt studied the sign by his feet, then softly read out "floor." He looked toward the front of the room at another sign and read wall." Around the room in the small brick building were other signs, "door," "window" and "chair. 1 Ernest could read most of the words, admittedly not much of an accomplishment for an 8-year-old. For Ernest, though, it was the beginning of the new world of learning he entered only one week ago. Free Schools Ernest and 1,501 other children are enrolled in the privately financed and gradeless schools operated by the Prince Edward Free School Association. When the doors opened last Monday, it was the first time in four years that free education was available to all children in this southside Virginia County. "The week was as smooth as could be expected when you bring a faculty together from all over the United States and there are no textbooks; "said Dr. Neil V. Sulivan of East Williston, Long Island, N.Y., the free schools' uperintendent. "The fact that we survived at all is a tremendous ribute to the teachers." With children who had not been subjected to classroom discipline for four years, or perhaps never n their 11 years, the transition :rom an unregimented environment could have been difficult. Jut Sullivan said that except for 'one minor iricident on a school )us, there have been no disciplinary problems. Decorum has been excellent." Since 1959, when the Prince Ed- Does BLADDER IRRITATION MAKE YOU NERVOUS? After 21. common Kidney or Bladder Ir. rltatlona affect twice as many women aa men and may make you tense and nervous irom to& frequent, burning or Itching urlnatlonbothdayandnlght.Be^nda?!!,* ISS ma l lo ? e *J. eeI) and auMer from Headaches. Backache and feel old, tired, de- preased. In such Irritation; OYSTEX SS$f TO 8 ,;"'- relaxing comfort by HH™ ' ijTltatlnir K«rm« In strong, acid "£j5£and by analgesic naln relief Get OYSTEX at drunlsu. Fnl better fart. ward Board of Supervisors closed public schools rather than submit to a federal court order to desegregate, Negro children had no access to free education in the county. White children have paid tuition to attend . private, segregated schools. Four white children also have entered the new schools. They are Letitia Tew, 7; Richard Moss, 17, and a brother and sister, Brenda Abernathy, 15, and George Abernathy, 7. "There are still children, both white 'and colored, who are not in any school," Sullivan said. "Our bus drivers have reported to us the homes where they have seen children. We will visit these homes and try dren enrolled." to get the chil- Letitia could print her name before she entered the old Worsham school, but many of the other children there, like Ernest Pfatt, had never been exposed to reading or writing. Both Sullivan and James Wiggins, Worsham principal, agreed that the major problem has been one of adjustment. "Many of the children had not been away from home in four years," Sullivan said. "Just being away from mother for the mornings only was a major adjustment they had to make." Problems "Crying, and getting the children on the right buses are our major concerns right now," said Mrs. Sullivan. "Some of them hardly know their own names, and they can't remember their bus number. Each teacher is assigned one bus and she has a list of children who rode on that bus." "We hope to. field basketball, baseball and other regular varsity sports both for boys and girls," said W. E. Johnson of Chicago, the high schol athletic director. "We also want to have a J & A Springman HAS WESTINGHOUSE BUILT-IN OVENS AND RANGES Laborers Reject Another Proposal at Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE — City em ployes, represented by Laborer Local 179, unanimously rejec ed a second offer from the cit this morning to hike salaries $1 per month in a two-year wag pact. The Laborers Local Is presen ly negotiating with the city i an effort to reach an agreemfen before the existing contract ex pires Oct. 1. Employes earlier rejected a offer from the city for a total In crease of $13 spread over a two year period. The earlier proposal from th city called for an increase of $ per month for each man in th first year and $6 per month th second year. In the offer rejected this morn ing the city proposed to hike sa aries $13 per month for eac employe in the first year instea of spreading the increase over two year period. City employes, affiliated wit the local union, are seeking a $6 per month increase the firs year and $50 per month the se ond year for each man in a two year wage,agreement. Another negotiation session be tween representatives of the lo cal and city is planned for Tues day evening, Business Agen Charles Steward said this morn ing. PARIS — The manufacture o French cars has been slowec down. strong intramural program, an some gymnastics with the equip ment we have and what ever els we can get." Gary Saunders, a 1962 graduat of West Virginia University, wi coach the basketball team. The ungraded system is designer, to move children ahead as fas as their abilities allow. An inno vation Li Virginia, it will be closely watched by ticularly since educators, pai four schooUes years provide a unique laboratory Sullivan, an expert in the ungrad ed system, is not unmindful of th attention the schools will receive but he makes it clear he believe the primary duty is to teach th children as much as possible i the one year the free schools wi! operate. There never has been a schoo hike tiiis before," he said, "and I hope there never will be again. financial security? ' — • *' * —vv 'V. * * How? With your life insurance... and the help your agent is trained to give you! 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WHEN SOMEONE'S COUNTING ON YOU...YOU CAN COUNT ON LIFE INSURANCE Brighton Flower Show Will Be at Village Hall BRIGHTON — Scene of t h e annual Brighton Civic League floWer show, set for. Wednesday, has been shifted from West Grade School Gym to the village hall, Mrs. William Schmoeller president, has announced. The show will open at 3 p.m. Entries will be accepted for t h e exhibit between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Wednesday and judging will be from 2 to 3 p.m. Members will set up for the show at 1 p.m. Tuesday. East Alton Troop On Weekend Outing EAST ALTON — Ten members of Cadet Scout Troop 792, and two Troop 202 members were entertained on a weekend outing near Piasa, in appreciation of their assistance at the Brownie play day last week. The outing was arranged by Mrs. Glenn Saxton, Troop 792 leader, who is also neighborhood scout co-chairman. Perfecting out door skills were the work project of the weekend. Mrs. Bob Hill and daughter, and four members of BethaltoTroop 144 were Saturday luncheon guests of the girl campers. Accompanying the troop were Mrs. Saxton and Mrs. Kenneth 3 From Edwardsville Admitted to Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Three area residents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland during the past weekend and six patients were discharged. Admitted were: Robert Hess, Rte. 3; James Carnaghi, 419 Roanoke; Harry Evans, Glen Carbon. Discharged were: Mrs. Dora Michel, 913 Hale; Harold Asselmeier, Rte. 4; Miss Linda Redford, Rte. 3; Mrs. Roger Closter and daughter, 419 Cass; Mrs. Minna Bratten, 243 S. Main; Joseph Cronin, 443 E. Vandalia. Powell, troop committee members. Buy Better Quality Nationally Advertised Brands WOMEN'S SHOES High Grade Cancellations, Samples and Irregulars at Savings up to 50°, AND MORE Reg. $14.95, .$15.95 and $18.95 Quality All Heels, Widths, Sizes All * Colors Direct From Factory WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway Fined After Bashing Fireplug Into Mississippi Glen R. Brown, 49, 606 Condit St., Wood River, was arrested Saturday afternoon on three counts after he lost control of his car and knocked a fire plug into the river along McAdams Highway. Police said Brown was driving east when he struck the curbing in front of Piasa Tool & Die Co., 700 E. Broadway losing control of his vehicle and hitting the plug on the south side of the street. Charged with destruction of property, intoxication and a traf- fic violation, Brown was fined $10 and costs on each count by police Magistrate George Robert*. Brown paid the fines and was released Saturday before Mi4 night. THREE CHEERS? McPHERSON, Kan. JS— Mr*. Russel Yoder found an uncooked egg while judging a 4-H Club cooked egg contest. After pouring the egg into a plate, she noted on a contest rating sheet: Raw! Raw! Raw." Heart Gas? Stop Cfioking Heart Oat in 5 Mlngtii or your 356 back it druggist. 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