Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1968 · Page 6
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July 1, 1968

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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ALTON EVENING -State Transit Adds 40 New Buses Si-Stale .Transit System will ftdd 40 new atr conditioned bus- «g to its fleet, to foe paid lor by futirte twentty awarded by we r>^artment of Housing and Urt)aH tJevglopmetrt, Jt was an- 1*00,000 grant from the federal agency, brought to $1 mllllnn, % m total state and fed- tral *tlf>«ment now available. nilnoh contributed $200,000 Whilf Missouri pledged $300,000 to Jld th> BtState Development Which operates the bus transit system. Rep. JiHvin Price of East St. Louis, made the announcement of the Matching federal grant, which will enable the bus system to purchase the 40 flew 51- passenger busses, Designed io replace now obsolete equipment, the new busses are equipped with mobile radio (communication systems. Bi-S»ta*p originally applied for a $1 million federal grant on a 2-1 basis where the federal grant doubles the state monies appropriated I The office of ftep. Price! was unshle to say whether the j additional $500,000 pending from the terms of the federal grant would be forthcoming. >ueen Candidate - Miss Lenora Maxwell. 17, daughter of Mr. tnd Mrs. Dale Maxwell of Shipman,, is a candidate for Miss Mficoupln County Fair of 1968. She will represent Southwestern High School. The Queen will be selected Tuesday. July 16 at Grafton Girl Bitten by Dog GRAFTON — Cynthia Flowers, 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Flowers Jr., was taken to the Jersey Community Hospital Thursday evening for treatment after she'was bitten on the left hip by a dog. the Macoupin County Fair at Carlinville. Miss Maxwell will be a freshman at-Illinois State University at Normal in the fall. She is a talented dancer and has studied with Mary Ann Brickey of Jerseyville. Lalla Baumann and Michael Siinms in St. Louis. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry Do yam- false teeth annoy autt embarrass by slipping, dropping, or wobbling when, you eat. laugh or talk? 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