St. Louis Globe-Democrat from St. Louis, Missouri on October 26, 1961 · 16
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St. Louis Globe-Democrat from St. Louis, Missouri · 16

St. Louis, Missouri
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Thursday, October 26, 1961
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""' ' "'X'r1 I6A Si. Inuts (SlDbc-Stmorral jjHq0pRqpRRRaitydlM0ppp0aiqPa Tfiurs., Ocf. 26, 1961 O Eagleton Says Judges Entitled to Mileage By Associated Press ' JEFFERSON CITY. Attorney General Thomas F. Eagleton ruled Wednesday county Judges in third and fourth class counties ara entitled to increased mileage voted by the 1961 Legislature but cant collect increased pay during their present terms. The opinion was requested by J. R. Fritz, Pettis County prosecuting attorney. INCREASED MILEAGE The legislature increased foe mileage from seven to 10 cents a mile. The attorney general concluded this was Intended as reimbursement for actual expenses, not as additional compensation end therefore could be collected. t. Pay scales also were boosted ' In the new law. $15 PER DAY Third class county judges formerly got $15 a day for the first 30 days they worked and $5 for each additional day. This was Increased to $15 and $10, same as in third class counties. In fourth class counties the rate formerly was $10 a day for the first 10 days and $5 for each 180 Lindenwood Graduates Will Attend Reunion Lindenwood College will hold its annual Alumnae Week-end this Friday and Saturday, with about 180 graduates from 15 states expected to attend events on the campus at St. Charles. Miss Nancy Hanschman, CBS news correspondent, will speak at foe Founders' Day Convocation .at 11 a.m. Saturday in foe college chapel. Miss Hanschman has her own network radio show entitled, One Womans Washington and has been featured in television news programs interviewing President Kennedy, Vice President Johnson and other prominent persons. A new, feature of foe alumnae program this year will be six seminars on such topics as international issues and problems, attitudes and morals, economics for women and trends in foe arts. Two outstanding graduates ' will be honored at foe convocation with lindenwood College Certificates of Merit. They are Mrs. Marjorie Moehlenkamp Finley, a singer who has appeared in concerts and. on radio and television programs, and Miss Mary Katherine Dewey, co- ordinator of girls activities and girls advisor at Community High School, Blue Island,. 111. Metropolis, III., Man Killed in Auto Crash METROPOLIS, ILL. UPi.A Metropolis man was fatally injured Wednesday when his car plunged off U. S. 45 east of Metropolis and struck a tree. Dead is Allen Ferguson, 26. A passenger, John Leo Oliver, 17, Metropolis, suffered minor injuries. EXPECTING the crowd for party? Haro planty of "Sine Along" albums with song shaats on hand for an vaning of fun. Availabla at tha spacial display or RECORD RAK of your suparmarkaf, drug or variety store. aditional day. This was increased to $15 and $10, same as in third class counties. . The opinion noted Missouris 1945 constitution bars a state, county or municipal officer from getting increased compensation sation during his term of office. Infernafional Shoe Workers Return JEFFERSON CITY ffi.-Members of Local 107, United Shoe Workers of America, were back on the job at foe International Sioe Companys Jefferson City plant Wednesday. A two-day strike occurred when 25to 30 workers walked off Monday in protest at piece work rates and working conditions. They decided to return after a union meeting Tuesday. The company had announced It would not negotiate any grievances while foe strike continued. The plant employes about 700. FIREMEN SUFFER REAL ALARM AFTER FALSE ONE CHICAGO W. There was no call for breakfast for firemen at one south side station Wednesday. Burglars stole all foe kitchen facilities but left the kitchen sink. - As firemen answered their second false alarm in 10 minutes Tuesday night, thieves stole a 30-cup coffee maker, an electric toaster, forks, knives and spoons. They also took a case of soft drinks. All 11 men on duty at foe station had answered foe false alarm which they said probably was turned in by foe thieves. Man Hurt Badly After Car Hits Him Byron Dickerson, 47, a guard for a detective agency, was injured critically when struck by an automobile while, crossing Jefferson avenue at Lynch street at 6:50 a.m. Wednesday. Mr. Dickerson, of 2014A Senate st, was taken to City Hospital with a broken left leg and possible internal and head injuries. The driver, Joe Harbin, 34, a merchant, of 3321 Caroline st., told police he did not see Mr. Dickerson. He was booked on a charge of failing to, yield foe right-of-way to a pedestrian in a crosswalk. Home Sites for Missile Workers Planned By Associated Press SEDALIA, MO. Plans for mobile home sites here and at Warrensburg for workers on foe Minuteman missile complex, in fou area were announced Wednesday. -The Whiteman Air Force Base and foe Boeing Airplane Company of Seattle announced provision would be made for 284 mobile homes here and 125 in Warrensburg. Earlier, it had been announced plans had been made for 126 at Butler. The cities will provide the utilities and school facilities f6r foe families. ; i 'A force of 2000 is expected to be employed in foe $75,000,000 project. The number of silos for storing the 60-foot missiles has not been announced, but it has been reported they are around foe Whiteman base. About 1200 military personnel will be required to operate foe complete facility. s Students Group. To Hear Eagleton Gary Clermont, 6725 Arthur ave., a savior at Lutheran' High School, will replace Major, General William B. Bunker as' commander of foe unit for that day. Each year' the command invites senior high school students to participate in foe activities of the unit.. Officers and Civilian chiefs relinquish their duties to foe students for the day. Attorney General Thomas F. Eagleton will address students taking part in Junior Executive Day at foe United States Anny Transportation Materiel Command, 12th and Spruce streets, at 3:30 p.m. Thursday' 'r . J $- tedey's store leim: dewnfowp.MO to S:30; brooches, Js36 to 36 HAWAII ROYAL ALOHA TOUR On'j $01020 Calif. INCLUDING t DAYS AT SHERATON PRINCESS KAIULANI HOTEL Hula Shaw and Laaa Native Hawaiian Guide R.l. Air Transport, tic. 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