F Mannning

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F Mannning - was was is this will once. on is of told the to...
was was is this will once. on is of told the to the jonlght. East Alton and Wood River Urge Claims On State both he Alx>n, to EOS the up not you beWe "S sfubcOnimltt^e,' TSijsday to present their claims for refunds on streets which they had paved under the public, improvements act, and which the state later had used as public highways. Bast Alton, represented by .Village President VanPreter and Village Clerk C. W. Rayburn, urget its dalm of $58.000, while Wood River, represented officially by Mayor Schnaufer and City Attorney Manning, pushed a bill for $75,000. East Alton's claim is based on the routing of Highway No. ! through the main business section while Wood River's is based on use of its streets for Routes 3 and 159. n

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  1. Alton Evening Telegraph,
  2. 24 May 1933, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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