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   Southern Illinoisan (Newspaper) - May 27, 1965, Carbondale, Illinois                                THU MAY 27 1965 Head Start Grant Given Nine Head Start centers in Cairo and Alexander County have been approved Rep Ken neth Gray DWest Frankfort has announced The projects financed by fed eral and local funds give pre school training to culturally djs advantaged children who will enter kindergarten this fall There will be 320 children en rolled in the programs with 67 paid Corkers and 50 volunteers assisting The projects will cost The Office of Economic Oppor tunity grant will be The Community Action Committees nonfederal funds will provide LA5TCRADS Orient Grade School Operation Eight pupils became the last graduates of Orient Grade School when they received their diplomas Wednesday night The school is now closed Pu pils will go to West Frankfort Community Unit District 186 schools next year Village of ficiils plan to convert the school building Into t community cen ter MOTORCYCLE RIDER HIT UNINJURED A rider on a motorcycle was hit by a cir at the intersection of Old Kt IS and the Giant City blacktop road east ft Car bondale at 8 a m today Police said a car driven by Reon Fufaner 16 of Rt 3 Car bondale made a left turn onto Old Rt 13 from the Giant City road and hit a motorcycle ridden by John T Berry 19 of Washington Berry was riding west on Rt 13 Berry If a student at South em Illinois University No injuries were reported and no ticketa issued Du Quoin the Divisionof Technical and adult education at Southern Illi nois University The state Employment Serv ice office in Murphysboro which handled applications in Perry County is recruiting prospective trainees Area Counties Applicants must be from Per ry Williamson or Franklin counties three counties which are still eligible for ARA funds because of persistent high labor surpluses Jackson County was taken from the eligibility list last year Classes are to start in June Part of the training class will be employed in a new SObed mao PinckneyviUe Community H os wife of Murphysboro City Clerk pital Others will find jobs at Kenneth Kie Taylor died unj the Fair Acres Nursing Home expeotedly Wednesday night in now under construction in Du Federal funds totaling have been authorized to train 36 as nurses aides for employment in the new Pincfc neyville Community Hospital and at a new nursing home in Du Quoin Rep Kenneth Gray DW e s t Frankfort announced the auth orization by the Dept of Health Education and Welfare and the Dept of Labor The training program is to be set up under the Area Redevelopment Act It will be carried out in cooperation with Wife Of City Clerk Dies Mrs Arcelle V Taylor 48 St Joseph Memorial Hospital in Murphysboro after a brief illness She was born Dec 3 1916 in Holcomb Mo the daugher of Charleg and Maude Howard Depew She was married March 17 1947 in Piggoit Ark to Kenneth Taylor Mrs Taylor was a member of the First Baptist Church in Murphysboro She leaves her husband daughters Mrs Judith Cham ness and Docia Beth Taylor both of Murpjiysboro sons Michael Keith of Newman and Zachary at home sisters Mrs Charlene Livsey of St Louis Mo and Mrs Mayme Davis of Tucson Ariz her father Charles Depew of Sikeston Mo and three grandchildren Funeral services will be 2 pm Saturday in Crawshaw Mor bary chapel in Murphysboro with Rev Harry Chasteen of ficiating Burial will be in Pleasant Grove Memorial Cem etery Friends may call at the fu neral home after 2 pm day Fri Quoin MRS MINA M6EKS OF COLP DIES Funeral services will beat 2 pm Friday for Mrs Mina Meeks of Colp Mrs Meeks died Sunday at the home of her daughter Mrs Lottie Jones of Detroit Mich Services will be in Shaffer Chapel AME Church Colp Rev Alvin Moore will officiate Bur ial will be in Dewmaine Cem etery Besides her daughter Mrs Meeks leaves sons Thelbert ot Colp and Roy Clifford and Ken neth all of Detroit Mich Canoe Trail Gov Otto Kerner will dedi cate and open the Lincoln Herit age Canoe Trail at pm Friday at Lincoln Trail Home stead State Park west of De catur Saturday more than 75 Illinoisans will make a three day 60mile trip over the canoe trail beginning at Lincoln State Park on the Sangamon River and ending at New Salem State Park at Petersburg Two Injured Near Twomen were hurt early to day when their car ran off Rt 148 near Zeigler State police said Arthur Baum garte 31 Pebria and a pass engerThomas Bannoy 23Zeig ler were treated at Herrin Hos pital Police listed the accident at 6 am half a mile south of Zeigler Three people were hurt in a threevechile pileup on the Mo doc blacktop southwest of Spar ta at pm Wednesday Police said a truck driven by James Lamkin 49 Harrisburg and cars driven by Marie Ot ten 18 and Lola Seibold 20 both of Modoc were involved Unhurt Police said Lamkih was not hurt Miss Otten her mother Marie Otten 45 and Seibold were treated for minor injuries police said Cars driven by Mary E Toller 33 and Ohloe Essary 71 both of Galatia collided at p m Wftdjiesdav in Galatia Police reported both drivers treated for minor injuries but not hospitalized Joseph Spencer 38 St Louis Mo was treated for minor in juries after his car ran off Rt 3 three miles north of Chester at pm Wednesday Collision Cars driven by Donald Reed 43Mt Vernon and Donald Pikfcarine 32 New Castle Pa collided at pm Wednes day on Rt 460 near Woodlawn Police said both drives were treated for minor injuries SHORT CIRCUIT STARTS FIRE A short circuited wire inside a wall caused little damage at the home of Larry Pritehett 816 Morgan Drive Marion Wed nesday Firemen said there was slight smoke damage to the house The fire occured about 4 pm Frdrtkf orf Housing The Firebugs To Open Friday At SIU Theater Construction of 175 public housing units in West Frankfort has beferi completed Franklin County Housing Au thority plrector Ed Kuca said some finishing touches need to be put on tup units but allunits have been accepted from the contractor Holtzman and Su verman of Detroit Mich built thefts under a con tract Many of the units are occu Carl Brown Dies At 66 Carl Brown 66 pf 1301 Oak St West Frankfort former West Frankfort city commissioner and police chief died at am today at his home He had been ill two months He was the father of Bill Brown assistant athletic direc tor atSouthern Dlinois Univer sity Carbondale He was born Aug 21 1886 in West Frankfort the sonof George and Florence Karnes Brown He worked for the state Highway Dept He was a form er Franklin County deputy sher iff and West Frankfort chie of police He was a city com missioner under Mayor Louis Harkins He was a member of th West Frankfort Northern Bap tist Church and Teamsters Un ion Local 347 He leaves his wife Fleta son Bill of Carbondale brother Ernest of near Wes Frankfort a sister Mrs Mo zell Carney of West Frankfort and a grandson Funeral services will be 2 pm Saturday in Stone Fu neral Home West Frankfort Rev Dan Abner and TH Kin of Carmi will officiate Buria will be in Denning Cemeterj West Frankfort Friends ma call after 3 pm Friday at th funeral home pied but applications are still being taken Kuca said he espe cially needs applications for threebedroom units Favorable weather has en abled the authority to make pro gress on other projects to the county Kuca said Zelgler Kuca said 18 units for elder ly persons in Zeigler will be ready for occupancy within month WHY ARE SO MANY PEOPLE OETTINO OUT OF CHEVYS AND INTO 65 DODGES DODGE PRICES Most folks think Dodge costs more than a Chevy Not sol You can own a big Dodge for the same kind of money youd pay for a Chevy I Some Dodges even cost I FACTORY SUGGESTED PRICES See note below DODGE POLARA 8 cyl 4 dr sedan CHEVROLET IMPALA 8 cyl 4 dr SAVE WITH DODGE I Prices are Manufacturers Suggested Retail Prices and in clude provisions for Federal Excise Taxes and Dealer New Car Preparation Charges but exclude state and local taxes if any and destination charges All prices include a heater All prices are subject to change without notice DODOEIOOKS This is the bestlooking Dodge ever Thelook is bold but tasteful And we dont get all chromed up as you move up from one model to anothor THE DDuBE BOYS DEMS The odds are the Dodge Boys will give you a better deal on your present car than the guy you bought it from Why We want new customers And to broaden our sales weve got to get more people who are driving other makes to switch to Dodge And were ready to sweeten the deal to get them If that sounds good And it is come on the sooner the better DODBE 6YMR HILt WARMHTY HtRCS HOW DOBOM SYIAItSOOCOIIILl IMOINI AND DIMVITIWIN wrrm 11 Ih lollwM vttil pirt of II 1965 cut tor 9 ynor SOOOO mlkl hlchwr wml which tlm inch pifli Ihit dtwtiv In mtrll mil wertminihlp win b mkcid or i CorcontJon i HuthorlMd Diler1 cl without lor such pirtl or labor block llMd and Inttrrul nui ninK pm nd lntm1 hK unlvrwl Jolnti rr dlflinmtlil rer whtl bnr RtQUIUD tUINTOIANCt Pi inty 3 monthi or 4000 rnllw cwnw tain air filler t monlhi raplKt It mry Z Md I lirvlo i Molora Carporillon Authorlim md MOUMt ihllft sirvJeii in nqulrad tint rapliM oil fllttr Mcond on chinn ttai THE BDDGE OYS TURTON SLAYBAUGH Motor Co 14TK POPLAR STREETS MURPHYSBORO ILLINOIS CARTERVILLE OFFICIALS MEET TO VIEW LAND Cartervffle officials will meet today with an engineer and property owner of land the city is seekingfor a proposed sew age treatment lagoon Robert Pitchford of RA Nack and Associates in Carbondale said the group will meet at the Caitervffle city hall at 4 pm and go to the site near the Crab Orchard Golf Club west of the city Cart An auto driven by David Phil ips 21 of Peoria ran into the back of a car driven by Chris Caras 62 of 201 W College Marion at pm Wednes day in Carbondale Police said Caras had stop ped for a signal light at the intersection of East Main and Marion streets No tickets were issued and no injuries were reported SOUTHERN ItUNOISAN Soil and dally except Saturdays nnil noil ai by Southern Ilinols Inc SB West Main StrMt Carbondale 21 North 16tb street HenH 911 Soutn Wb Slmt Sewnilclw portase paid at Carbomlale nitooU ud at nfldiHonal nialltoj otflcw The Southern nllnolsan Is 3t mccf Newsnaoer to On Corbondale Prcc Herrin OallJ Journal and Independent The Auoclated Prew l entitled clusively to me for repubUcadonj tt all the loctl news printed In thli wr u well u all nun Southern flUnois Universitys theater department hassche duled a blazing finish to its cur rent dramatic season with a presentation of The Firebugs sardonic play by Swiss drama tistMax Frisch Mordecai Gorelik SIU re search professor of theater who has written the authorized Eng lish translation of the play will direct Gorelik received rave notices for his production of The Fire fall while he was a visiting professor at California State College Los Angeles Calif Inmates of San Quentin Fed eral Penitentiary will stage his version of the next month The Firebugs deals on the surface with a householder who allows and even encourages a pair of incendiaries to occupy and eventually destroy his home But the plays real purpose is to point up the kind of do nothing acceptance with which the people of Germany allowed Hitler to burn up their coun try and has permitted the take over of other nations by ter rorists and dictators Richard B Johnson plays the lead role of the householder Bie dermann Judith Stangley plays his wife Jerry Powell plays one of the firebugs Schmitz and theater faculty member Bob Stephenson plays Eisenring the other incendiary The Firebugs can be seen Friday through Sunday and June 1 to 5 Tickets are each Oppose Track The Southern Illinois Metho dist Conference has taken a stand against placing another race track in Southern Illinois The conference voted feTsend a letter to Gov Otto Kerner asking him to reject any pro posal or request to establish a track for parimutuel betting or gambling The conference says jt is representing 76000 Methodists and 275 ministers All those voting were in fa vor of the stand Ttoe conference is meeting in CoUicsville POLICE BRIEFS Herrin Charles Fitzgerald fin ed speeding Marion Robert Baraett fined speeding POLICE BRIEFS Carbondale Stephen Bowlio fil ed intoxication Carbondale Stephen Bowlin fin ed illegal transportation of liquor Iwtton rfryinf more LADIES STORE HERRIN Air Conditioned 3 Clothing THE COOL BOTANY500 KUPPENHEIMER CURLEE BENNETT of NEW HAVEN Enjoy Trying On Handsomt Cool Suits af Sohni The S f o r 11 Art Open Monday The Frankfort On Friday PRICES TOO TO INTRODUCING A NEW YOUNG MENS DEPARTMENT IN JOHNS NEW CARBONDALE STORE FEATURING SIZES 14 TO 10 IN SOHNS HERRIN STORE YOULL FIND BOYS APPAREL FROM SIZE 4 UP AND IN THE WEST FRANKFORT STORE SIZE UP   

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