Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 27, 1952 · Page 34
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 34

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, March 27, 1952
Page 34
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f»AOfi THTRTY-POUR ALTON EVENING TET.EOftAPM THURSDAY, MARCH 27, l«f Bids Too High Delay Awarding of Contracts For Edwarclsville Water Works EDWARDSVILL*.- Trm oily roitn- cll, at n spednl "pninlnf?" snssion Tuesday night, dlscussntl the possibility of elimlnnlltiR or r.-iirtnlllng certain desirable but non-oiuwntlni Items in the proposed municipal waterworks Improvement project In order to confine the cost within the $400,000 limit of funds avnllnblo from n water revenue bond issue. A rombinallon of low bids re- reived by the eounrll Mnrrh fi would plnre the totnl cost of (he project nf $475,689, but on.'y $-100, 000 Is nvallfible. The council Tunsdny night, considered siiKResllons by its engineers which would bring the cost HARRY H. COOK of Toledo, Ohio (center), national president of the American Flint Claris Work/f,' Urnon of North 'ArneriCri, war. a V;Sitor in Alton. hie v/^ts rnrt r it Minor-jl Springs hotel this morning by representative:; of the Alton IccdK. From the loft, Frank ). Waido. corresponding *ec- retdry; jrick 7'onsor. '.hop commitIr/r; chdirnvin; Cook; Adm Frd^jcr, president of Local No. 43-; Raymond Schocbf'rle, r.hop ccmfnitlCT'mdri. — jtciff pholO. of the project within-the $400,000 figure by eliminating items and greatly curtailing a proposed water main extension program. The revised cost figure, exclusive of main e.xlenslons, was approximately $:W3,000. Protests were heard over curtailment of the main extensions, which would cost an ad- ditional $81,000 if included as originally planned. One, suggestion offered svas for extension of mains each year as funds became available from waterworks revenue. The council look no action toward awarding construction contracts Tuesday night, deciding to "let the matter lie over" until its regular session next Tuesday evening, April 1. Charles McDaniels Rites Are Concluded at Kane CARROLLTON -- Funeral services for Charles McDaniels, 81, who died Monday at 4 p.m. in a GIRL SCOUTS VISIT FIRE HOUSE — Sitting n a firetruck gives girls a thrill as it does boys. Those scouts from troop ICTj. Lowell school, arc no exception. Adult leaders are in front, Mrs. Harry Keith, Mr.', Mai Graham and Mios Virginia Unterbnrik.—Photo by Don Hayes. Jacksonville hospital were ,held|iels was born in Greene county Wednesday at '2 p.Ti. in the Mclh- orlist. church in Kane with the pastor of the church officiating. Burial svas in the Kane cemetery. Charles McDaniels, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James McDan- and spent his 1 f e here. He and a brother John, made their homo together at Jnlappa until the death of the brother in 1943. Surviving is a niece, Mrs. Eunice Sanders, of Shipman. India's' Health Minister, Princess Amrit Kaur, is the first wo- mnn returned to the new Parliament. 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