tUBSDAY, APRIL 11,1961 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MOBRVB Albert Ca«wn§ Named To Head I nit 7 Board BdWAKBtVfLLl! — Albert CMMM wai elected president at Kdwartavflto Community Unit School Dlltriot 7 board of education, by acclamation, Monday night. William Doraey wai • named president pro tern and newly-elected board member David L. Simpson, secretary pro tern. The board canvassed the election returns for Saturday's election and the three candidates, Simpson, Paul Hecpke, and Chester Buchta, declared duly elected. Simpson, Richard Kayser and Robert Schaefer were npponted to a committee to make a recommendation as to the district's auditor, attorney and the setting of salariei of administrative personnel, to report at the May meeting. Approved was a proposal to lease Leclatre ball diamond to the Little League Association, with the latter to Install lighting -and make other Improvements and with the field to be used also for a school baseball program. Contracts awarded to bidders on alteration and refurnishing of Senior High School biology facilities were: equip- ntittt, IrfMt ^A. Mauftt Co.) 8t wis, t8,»S4; tfiimMttf, M, fit* mono Mff. Co,, B8W§roivlI!e, $1,14(1; and eleetflMff, Wxow Electric Co., MwaYifffflt, 1863. A tax anticipation wfttHtt In the amount of ft0,QMr afdlnut the 1MO levy for etlucattonal fund was awarded to fdwardt- vllle National Bank and Trait Co, on their tow Md of 8* par cent per annum for the first $60,000 and 2tt per oant for the remaining $30,000. A recommendation was approved to Increase by 4 per cent the salaries of bus drivers, cuetodlans, cafeteria workers and maintenance men. Accepted was the resignation of *Mlss Gloria Ousewalle, New Leclalre secretary, to be replaced by Miss Mary Ann Smola. Vacant lots on West Union street, formerly known as the Stolze site, and Poag School will be sold and the proceeds used to purchase property more Ideally suited for future school construction, as recommended by Supt. A. Gordon Dodds. Action on Dodds' recommendation that Bohm School be sold was held over. The board authorized This 3 Bedroom Home ONLY $4270 Delv'd to your lot This 20x40 Home includes all the lumber and millwork to complete ****** IMMEDIATE FINANCING Monthly Payments ONLY $50.60 VISIT OUR DISPLAY HOME TODAY OR CALL COLLECT FOR INFORMATION Southern Homes. Inc. P. O. BOX 656 (U. S. HWY. 140) BETHALTO, ILLINOIS Phone DUdJey 4-8108 Collect—for Inform of ion r — •*• I » w*«M •*• to *M »**»••» «fpt«r (ram* a $100.00 is all that Is required to start your Home* •Wffl y*» MM! flnondiif f ' •WhMfe f*« wmt to b«IWf_ N«iM KUngdWould NfttneCotnrntttee On University - Otrald Kltfi|tl, ft tiitraldtti fW may- ofr in tfli April II muntolpil ttMH, iWd today that to ild n fcwptof abreut with the growth of the Southern Illinois Jnivtwlty campus han, h«f would, if elected, appoint a ommltte* of the cKy, council to nvm regularly with SIU of* fleltta. The fonoMOT of the commit;«e, Kllngel indicated, would be to give, the city government an up*te>date pYOgrmt tepwt on §IU and to Mfeguard and pro- teot the dty« lnter«its pertain ng to SIU. Klingel declared that the fullest cooperation will M required from both the city and SIU to realize the ultimate prosperity that both are striving to attain. KC*t Meet EDWARDSVtLLE — Reports on the May Day celebration, to be held In Edwardsvllle on May 7, were given by committee chairmen at 'the Edwardsvllle Knights of Columbus Council meeting Monday night. The celebration is held annually, at various communities In Madison County. Grand Knight Oliver F. Ja- ober presided, Three candidates received the first degree on Sunday In cermonies at the council home. They are Leslie Sheffield Sam V. Williams and Thomas A Kelahan. Harry Boehm was. re- Instated. Bethalto KC's to Sponsor Bowling BETHALTO-A "Three-in-One* Bowling tournament sponsored b> the Knights of Columbus Counc 4688 will get under way here Apri 15 and continue through June 18 it was announced Monday. The tournament open to me and women members of the IB and WIBC will be held on schedul ed hours at the Bethalto Lanes 542 Prairie St. until May 20 it was reported. Entrants will be eligible to bow any time during the regular open ing hours of the bowling lane after May 20. Reservations wil also be accepted. the taking of bids for summe maintenance work and replace ment of a maintenance pane truck and a Gravely mower. A schedule for preparation o the school budget for the fiscal year commencing July 1 wa approved. The tentative budge will remain on exhibit at the board office for one month, beginning May 12, with a publii hearing and final action on thi budget set for the June 12 meeting. Former board member Rob ert J. Wehling, who lost tc Simpson in a bid for re-election told the group that his three years of' service "had been a pleasure. We've often disagree without being disagreeable an that has been good." Wehling said that "our disagreement have been a check and balanci on the board and that has been good for the taxpayers." He congratulated Simpson on hi election. Dr. Sutton Re-Elected Dist. 13 Board Prexy DREDGE READY AT ELSAH PHASE OF RIVER ROAD At the end of a toe-dike (center), the dredge to pump sand fill for McAdams Memorial Highway, past Elsah and Chautauqua, arrived Monday. Work will start next Monday. At right, bulldozer grades away a section of the old Bluff Line railroad. On the bluff side of the right-of-way, a drainage ditch is being excavated by dragline. Culverts under the road to the river will foe installed in the next several months.— Staff Photo. VF W Auxiliary Officers of Wood River Assume Duties LOOK to the FUTURE .... PLAN AHEAD . . . ENROLL NOW IN BEAUTY CULTURE (Portrait by Oravemann) Have you ever considered the advantages ol having your own profession? There ore Many I Beauty Culture requires just a short training period (6 months)—Eighth Grade education and you must be 16 years of age. Easy terms arranged. I Why Not Write Now or Call HO 5-0345 /or a /ree booklet giving lull details?' Conveniently located in: ALTON PLAXA CHOPPING CINTIR If J! f. Bioadway—Aiton—Phaty ot FUSS Paikitg KITZMILLER BEAUTY COLLEGE Hwy. Wo. 16 WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Villa Frailey, president, and her staff of officers assumed duties at the Monday meeting ol the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary at Memorial Hall. Plans were made to conduct the Installation of officers of the Alton Auxiliary at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Alton; and the Edwardsville Unit April 23. Mrs. Frailey announced officers will be elected and installed at the April 20 meeting of the County Council at Cottage Hills. Mrs. Leo Hackethal and Mrs. Thomas Dixon were named delegates to the meeting. Selected as delegates to the Department convention were: Mrs. Frailey, Mrs. John Fudurich, Mrs. Edith Lyons, Mrs. Lee Phipps and Mrs. Jack Guccione. Named delegates to the District 12 convention were: Mrs. Frailey, Mrs. Fudurich, Mrs. Lyons, Mrs. Phipps, Mrs. John Koby, Mrs. Floyd Bunt, Mrs. Dixon, Mrs. Hackethal and Mrs. Chancey McReynolds. Chairmen of standing committees were appointed by Mrs. Frailey: Mrs. Guccione, blood and cancer; Mrs. Fudurich, membership; Mrs. Lyons, hospital; Mrs. Jack Creekmore, legislation; Mrs. Phipps, Americanism; Mrs. Carl Benefiel, essay; Mrs. Hackethal, poppy; Mrs. Dorwin Frailey, National Home; Mrs. Bunt, rehabilitation; Mrs. Hazel Miller, community service; Mrs. Joseph Camp, yputh activities; Mrs. Richard Little, grave registration; Mrs. William Deadrick, ways and means; Mrs. Roy Neer, child welfare; Mrs. Koby , civil defense; Mrs. W. T. Adney, citizenship; Mrs. Kenneth Secrest, Mrs. Guccione, press and radio; Mrs. Herman Green, hostess. The name of Mrs. William Dead rick, who was Installed as treasurer in the Saturday ceremonies, was inadvertently omitted in the Vtonday account of the installation in the Telegraph. Senior Citizens to Meet at Wood River WOOD RIVER — A square dancing troupe will entertain at the Thursday meeting of the Senior Citizens Club (Golden Age) at the Roundhouse. The meeting is scheduled for 10 a.m. with a business session to be held preceding the noonday potluck dinner. Members of the Alton Senior Citieens have been invited as guests. The local Junior Woman's Club will serve as meeting sponsors. Women of the senior citizens will meet from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Roundhouse for a sewing session to fashion articles for area hospitals and Township Christmas benevolent i work. 'A sack lunch will be served at noon. Boy, 9, Injured at EastAltonPlayground WOOD RIVER - James F. Shewmake, 9, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shewmake, 245 Church St., East Alton, was admitted to the Township Hospital at 5:20 p.m. Monday, for treatment of injuries to his left side, The youngster was reportedly in jured while playing on the East Alton playground. Treated and released at the hospital Monday were: John L. Cox, 51, 66 Circle Dr., Cottage Hills, lacerations of the index middle and ring fingers of the right hand and John Sugent, 2 son ol Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Su gent, 101 Tomlinson, East Alton for an injured finger on the left hand. PlanVacation \ ChurchSchool At Brighton BRIGHTON — Recruiting of children to attend Vacation Bible School at First Presbyterian Church June 5 through 16 will begin the second week of May, Mrs, W. Kennard Lacy, school director, has announced. Teachers will carry on the work of recruiting from lists for dif- Godfrey School PTA Meets Tonight GODFREY — The PTA will meet at Godfrey School tonight, :30. The kindergarten of Mrs. Mary Louise Hausmann will present the program. A film on the YMCA summer camp will be shown. ferent age groups, Mrs. Lacy said. Theme of the school, to meet five days each of the two weeks from 9 a.m. to noon, will deal with the reality of Jesus Christ. Classes will be held for children age 3 through 6 during the day and in grades 7, 8 the evening for and 9. Morning classes will be at the churcl and parish house and evening EAST ALTON - Dr. Reid 8ut-| ton was re-elected president of School District 13 Board ot Education at the board's re-organizational meeting Monday night in (he Junior high school. Lynn Unterbrink was elected board secretary. Unterbrlnk and William Buckler, re-elected Incumbents, and Miles Lynch were sworn in as members ot the board by Attorney L. H. Holland, who was retained as board attorney. The present school board policy was adopted for the 1961-65 year. The members designated the school board president as the Jwnrd's representative at official affairs. The Illinois State Bank of East Alton was approved as the off! cial depository of school funds The second Monday of the month was kept as the board's regular meeting night. At Monday night's regular meeting, salaries ot the superin tendent, assistant superintendent principals and secretaries were raised. The superintendent's salary was raised from $9,430 to $10,000. $300 raise brought the assistan superintendent's salary to $7,505 Principals salaries were raised $100 over their salaries last year Mrs. Lois Buck was employed as a home teacher to replac< Mrs. Barbara Starky who resign ed. The board members will attem the Southwestern Division meet ing of the Illinois Association School Boards on Wednesday I the Edwardsville Junior High School. Bills totaling $50,470.: were approved by the board. Wmleyna Guild EAST ALTON — The "treas ure chests" of members wer collected at the Monday meei classes will be at the manse. Teachers and classes will be: Mrs. Byron Bivens, Mrs. Lowell Comer, 3-year-olds; Mrs. Don Werts, Mrs. Carson Oberlander, 4 and 5-year-olds; Mrs. Troy Meyer, Mrs. Don Voorhees Jr., Mrs. Dean Lee, grades; 1, 2 and 3; Mrs. LeRroy Rodgers, Mrs. George Leighty, grades 4, 5 and 6; Miss Carol Rothe and the Rev. W. Kennard Lacy, Junior high. The staff met for planning Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Leighty, will meet again May 15 at 7:30 p.m. and June 4 at 2 p.m. g ot th« WfrityM ulld, Nos. 1 of tht tint Methodist churoh at tin tram* of :rs. George Smith Jr. ' the boxes will M uM* tor orelgn mission*, Mim Adele McDonald or* ented the program, "Woman's hanging Roles", and Ml» Jo. e McDonald was in «nirg» of devotional period, Unit 8 Board To Canvass Vote BETHALTO - Official eanvami f the school board election hen Saturday will be held Monday by he Board of Education ot School District 8 School superintendent Kermlt Harden said Monday. The board will re-organize for the next year and officers will be elected, Harden said. Charles Nave and Roy Roberts were rejected to three-year term* on the Board according to unofficial results in Saturday's election. The average Canadian spends 23 per cent of his pay cheek on :ood; the average American 24 per cent. Telegraph Want Adi "CLICK" Watch •Jewelry Repairing Ktpert Mrvtee Fully O«t- MtMd STONE BROS. TELEPHONE HO I-71U Alton, Ob—US W. Third St. Wood River Store at comet of Ferguson wad Wood River Ave. Dial Clinton «-im NOTICE! PRE-SEASON SALE... FEDDERS AIR CONDITIONERS World's Largest Sailing Alr-Candltloiwr 313 Belle HO 5-2588 cys Open Man. ft Frl. Nlte "TU ft p.m. I How Well Informed are You on Current Events? TEST YOURSELF with this NEWS QUIZ ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH APRIL 10. VOL. X. No. 31 This Newspaper-Periodical I* Published : WEEKLY school year. Copyrighted by VEC, Inc., Madison. W' lll for the Visual Education Center. Telegraph - Herald Dubuque, Iowa. _ i Bids- •Test Your CATHOUC HITi LAWS BLOOMWGTON, Ind. (IP) — Indiana University Press Hal published a new book, "Life, Death and the Law," in which the author, Norman St. John-Stev- as, a Roman Catholic and British i lawyer, says anti-birth control laws are useless, and he criticizes catholic support of them. W-ASTHR PART I - NATIONAL Give yourself 8 points for every cowed answer on National affairs. 1. A two-day extension gives Americans more time this year to a—enlist for military service! b—file Income tax reports; c—file for unemployment compensation. 2. The began a 12-state experiment to force higher meat prices by withholding livestock from the market until prices go up. a—Government; b—National Farmers Organization; c—meatpacking industry. 3. Minnesota last week became the 26th state to adopt the system of collecting state income taxes. a—sales tax. b—honor; c—withholding. 4. According to the U. S. Labor Department, unemployment in March but not as much as the Administration expected. a—rose; b—dropped. 5. The announcement that the government has given "United" permission to acquire "Capital" refers to a merger of two — . a—airlines; b—movie industries; c—steel industries. PART II - NAMES IN THE NEWS Can you match these persons with their Identifying due in column 8? Take 4 points for each correct answer. 1. Robert S. McNamara 2. Konrad Adenauer 3. Lord Home (hume) a —The Defense Secretary defended abandonment of the nuclear plane project. b—T n « British Foreign Secretary joined the Prime Minister at the White House met'ting. c—The West German Chancellor will visit the White House this week. Chiang Kai-shek d—Premier, Algerian rebel gov- (shung kye-shek) ernment. 5. Ferhat Abbas e—Nationalist Chinese leader. PART III - WORDS IN THE NEWS Tbeee words were UMd la • vpeoiaJ pamphM in which the I'. &• government explained out Cubatt policy. Take 9 oointt tor M«fc wwrd that you MB eowctly mateb with its d»Iinlti»n. 1. transformation 2. betray 3. consistent 4- corrupt 5. alien a — agreement between the same or related things b — to change from good to had c— a change in shape, form, e— to deliver to an enemy Keep abreast of current news developments and the vital issues of the day. Try your hand at this Quiz covering the news leading up to today's headlines. PART IV - U.S. - INTERNATIONAL 1. The nation of is ready for its trial of Adolf Klchmann, a man accused of the murder ol millions of Jews during 1939-45. 2 Vice President Lyndon Johnson received a warm ' welcome in •••- where he attended independence anniversary celebrations of this former French colony. a—Guinea; b—Ghana; c—Senegal. 3 "If SEATO sends troops to Laos, we are prepared to send troops also if requested by Laotian Premier Souvanna Phouma," said the Foreign Minister. a „, a—East German; b—Soviet; c—Red Chinese 4. The U. S. State Department, In a special 36-page pamphlet, appealed to the Cuban people to . . ..a_overthrow Premier Castro's government; b—come to the U. S.; c—return to democracy. 5. Britain, rather than the U. S. negotiated with the Soviet Union for a Laotian cease-fire because a—the U, S. refused; b—they were co-chairmen of the 1954 Geneva conference that gave independence to Laos, c—the royal Laotian government requested help from the 2 nations. PART V - PLACES IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each place that you can match with its identifying clue. 1. Paris a—site of the 5th International Automobile Show 2. London b—The Kennedys plan to visit thia capital in May 3. Chicago c—where health teams are trying to prevent the spreading of typhoid fever 4. New York City d—where thousands demonstrated against nuclear bombs 5. Tunis e—where an American Ambassador met representatives of the Algerian government PART VI - Family Discussion Subjttto 1. Must a nation be economically suoceasful in or4*r to have an eftective ioreign policy? 2. l» it a good thing that the payment «f t«XM (• U*> uaiiy painful for the taxpayer? 3. In what other wuys besides public d*HMM*tr«tieiMt can young people be heard? HOW DO YOU BATE? 7010 7i poiBl»— Good M to 100 poiatWTOP 8cor« F«w c«a maun HO to 89 points—SUPERIOR! Yuu't* very w«U Ujrormod. »oto S8 pelnu—Excell«ttt Fto« ihowln*. Kead the ii«W»JWP«" « UtU* WW« cure/ully. reading »( Uie u»wi Mf- «o to ae poiuu— Unrfmt «t» J unuu would ra(*« your rat- In* »tnc« you ate lqt«f««M4 in wurld »/(alrt. B«Uer r««kd uaor« B»w» Ud cowlc* «nd »poru.
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