T"i t :'il"llMuu jijUL-frv-mi-nini-ir. _TJ- ••" ••• —• — »^.-"- Vatipreter Says East Alton Starting ftew Year in Black EAST ALTON-Mayor Charles Vanpreter her* this mortmig said t was a "Grand and Glorious" to know the village owed no bills, an<* was starting out Oday, the first of the new fiscal year, "in the black and without a debt in the world." The village board, In a special meeting Friday night, approved payment of final bills of the fiscal year, which officially ended at midnight F.-iday. The state of Illinois' Social Security unit at Springfield has rejected the board's ordinance as past several meetings ago. placing all employes except those in the library and recrea- Ion departments Jmder Social Security. A Social Security official wrote that the chief reason was that the board had excluded library and recreation department em- ployes. Vanpreter said the board probably would revamp the ordinance to comply with requirements listed by the slate. He said he and probably Village Attorney Francis Manning would, go to Springfield next week .to get the matter straightened out. Roxana Church Events Listed ROXANA — Th* Rev. L. E. tustain, pastor of the First Baptist Church, will use as his morning sermon topic at 9:45 . m? Sunday "Another Gospel". ,t the^cvening service at 7:30 is topic will be "A Parting and Promise". Communion will Iso be set-yed by the Rev. Mus- aln at the morning service. A delegation from the church ill attend the meeting of the Tisslssippi Valley Fellowship oday at the Jameson Baptist Church In Alton. The Rev. Mustain has moved his study to the parsonage, 111 Tydeman Ave. while the building of the new addition to he church is in progress. "Ruth's Choice" will be the sermon them ••> of the Rev. E. E. >Long, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church at 10:40 m. Sunday. The Junior choir vill sing "Jubilele". Members of Eastern Star chapter of Wood liver will attend in a body.