Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on December 30, 1970 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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Sctttoti fi Pages l»tO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport* Classified Alton, Illinois, Wednesday, Dec. 30,1970 East Alton asks f4,000 grant for The Village of East Alton has applied for a $4,000 -gram to pay fof a study of its polite departffteftt, it was announced today By Mayor Frank Keasler. The mayor said if the grant is approved the toternatMral Association of cwefs of Police •lirc^ will Make tlte sway with federal funds pfflvtded under the omnibus Crime Bill Keasler said that Trustee Donald Mcfhefson, chairman of the police committee, has .worked with John 0, Ellis, development administrator of the Southwestern Blinds Law Etftorceffient Coffifffissiffn. The two have prepared the material which will be sub- mi tied to the . chiefs association, and they have been in touch with Roy c. National picture Snow flurries are forecast Wednesday for the upper Midwest and the northern Rockies, The Pacific Northwest, and part v of the deep South can expect rain. It will be warme* irt : the Midwest and colder in- the Northeast. (AP Wirephoto) /-Y -*V••''•' l» /~\ •! • Lritic oi Ogilvie forming; new stfoup O.-...-' O ..'. - r CHICAGO '(AP) — A Republican critic of Gov. Richard B. Ogilvie announced Tuesday the formation of Suit filed over tractor, auto crash CARLINVILLE — A $15,000 damage suit has been filed in Macoupin County Circuit Court by Gertrude Gunter of Carlinville against Joseph G. Reiniesch becaue of alleged injuries sustained by Mrs. Gunter in • a car - tractor accident. The accident occured May 25, 1970, on Illinois : Rte. 4,. about five miles north of Gillespie. ''....• Joseph G. Reiniesch, 'was operating a farm tractor at that plant, according to the suit. Mrs, Gunter alleges, in her suit that the defendant failed to display a light on the rear of the tractor. Citizens .for a .Stronger Republican Party. , William F. Rentschler,' 45, a Lake Forest executive who frequently has been at odds ' with the Republican governor, announced at a news conference that he would be chairman of the new group. He .said the group hopes to have 6,000 members by fall. "We are not ! anti anybody," Rentschler said. "We are not promoters for any special' .candidate," • . • Rentschler had attributed large Republican losses in the Nov. 3 election to Ogilvie, but said the governor could still receive his group's support in the nextelection. "Gov. Ogilvie, if he is a candidate, quite obviously is going to need all the help he can get from any source," Rentschler said. ' Rentschler, who lost the GOP senatorial . primary election to Ogilvie-supported Ralph Tyler Smith,: denied that the new group would be a "rump" .organization 1 or a vehicle to .further" his personal political goals. Area weather ALTON and vicinity — Increasing cloudiness today with rain likely to develop late afternoon or early tonight and end by Thursday. Rain mixed with snow at times. High today 40 to 45. Low tonight 25 to 30. Thursday becoming fair. High in the 40s. V ' ' Program on drug abuse set tonight A program on drug addiction and abuse will be open to the,public tonight at^ 7 o'clock-at the Main Street United Methodist Church, 1400 Main, Alton. Paul DuCummon Jr., a member of the staff of the Lexington, Ky., Drug and Narcotics Hospital and formerly of Alton, will present slides and films and will answer questions. DuCoummon holds a B.S. in. Nursing from Washington University and worked at the! Illinois Psychiatric Institute, in Chicago for two years before being assigned to the Mental Health Corps. help saiegoard youf neaim...youp home CENTRAL D|' SYSTEMrl Irom GENERAL ELECTRIC Spring-fresh air in your home helps you feel better all the time, Proper humidity levels are a significant factor in maintaining your physical comfort. », Easy to install.,, easy to maintain • Helps reduce discomfort from dry, parched throats • Minimizes "electric shocks" caused by static electricity t Lessens drying out and cracking of books, furniture and pictures • Lessens warpage and shrinkege in floors and woodwork FBINGMAN , INC, HIATING ft AIR CONMTIQNlNe 100 Northpwf 466.45*1 Just Off tUt> HeJtUue Between 4j|)y Cadfrey Road Reg, 89.95 Value 68°° Installation Available McLaren, director of field opeations of the International Under the grant, the chiefs association would send in a teatt, which wtttild: . — Examine the crime and police problems, manpower, material resources, and community attitudes and resources. — Look at the organizational structure of the department, and present any recommendations. — Examine the administrative and management procedures, to include planning, direction and supervision .internal inspection and control, fiscal management, and community relations. ' In addition, the Association Ogilvie to ask for another road bond referendum SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP) Gov. Richard B. Ogilvie — in announcing a 1971 Illinois highway program, i-of $448 million Tuesday — said he would ask the upcoming legislature to authorize a n.o t h e T highway . bptitf referendum. : ! " Voters approved:; $2^ ;taiiiion in bonds in I960' fof "construction • of a 1 new supplemental freeway system in the state, but the-Illinois Supreme Court held ; 'the authorization unconstitutional earlier this year the debt was never incurred. '; . Ogilvie didn't disclose the amount of bonds he would seek, but said it would be "considerably less than $2 billion." .The $488 million road program was selected from'$567 million in recommended highway improvements engineers had blueprinted for 1971, Ogilvie said in a news conference. v He said his-1971 highway improvement effort would be the highest in the state's history and would exceed the 1970 program by $60.9 million. But the 1970 program exceeded the 1969 road spending plan of $348 million'by $227 million— which does not include $148 million pared from the. ; ,1970 program., by the . supreme court decision ^n the bond money. .-; • ._•••• First announcement'-pf road programs for an..upcoming year .are traditionally more ambitious than the .work".that can actually /be .done during a year. Budget considerations, inclement weather and other problems' make up the difference. In 1970 .the Ogilvie program had aimed at fulfilling $575.8 million In recommended road improvements, but by mid- December of this 1 year/ only $442 million of, highway .work was assured by contracts. Of the 1969 program of $348 million, only '$331' million actually was contracted for, leaving a difference in actual money spent between 1969 and 1970 of about $74 million. The 1970 program was inflated to a degree by the $148 million 4n bond money that was trimmed away, accounting for the smaller-than- usual increase in the 197JL program over the 1970. Ogilvie said the state undertook an "extremely .ambitious program in 1970 ...: the 1971 program will be even more ambitious." ' With/the bond money Ogilvie had hoped to build a statewide, system "of supplemental highways which would interconnect existing routes.: The new routes would be designed JEor limited access, v Y ••'- '•. .'• • ^'-. FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY MONTICELLO PLAZA EASTGATE DRUG STORES — '~~i-(' MILK STORE WE'RE OPEN 10 to 10 SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS HOLIDAYS - EVERYDAY Your Farm Fresh Milk Store will provide fast, courteous, smiling service, Weekend Special! MILK HALF GALLON 45' Special for Thurs., Fri, & Sat,, Dec, 31-Jati, 1*2 OPEN NEW YEARS DAY NOW A 4> CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 740E,41rUaepr,, 4«m« mm cord»i 10? EdwardivilJe Motor Co., W-, Wuod River 88^8 State St, ttlal 8fi*<9ft«Q North Alton Dial 485^787 1408 MUton R* Alton, u, is to: (A) Review current methods of allocating and distributing manpower by time, function and area; (B) Study personnel management, in the area of recruiting and selection, promotion performance evaluation, training, career development, salaries and other working conditions, employe relations, and disciplinary procedures; (C) Study operational procedures, including p a t r o 1 i h g, traffic, investigation and vice control; (D) Analyze communications, as in the use of radio, telephone and teletype, and in the handling of complaint recording and dispatching; (E) Review records management, to include investigative identification, arrest and administrative records, report processing, and information retrieval and Storage;,,, (F) Study service functions, study including custody of persons and property, methods of handling evidence, building space utilization, and adequacy and maintenance of equipment; (G) Observe relationships with other agencies, including the Illinois Law Enforcement Commission. The Association, in a letter to the village, said it will begin the study within 60 days of the date the agreement is executed by the village or as soon as is mutually agreeable to both parties. Twenty copies of the report will be provided to the village upon completion of the study, which the Association said it would do with "reasonable dispatch." The chiefs association has asked the village to provide all information, access to files and records, and use of institutional facilities which may be necessary to perform properly the Association's obligations under the contract. FOR THAT AFTER CHRISTMAS ALTON HOME IMPROVEMENT, INC. 650 EAST BROADWAY ALTON, ILLINOIS 462-9246 FRIGIDAIRE LAUNDRY PAIR No Bens No Oil No Gears No Pulleys Even this thrifty Jet Action Washer has DPC for no-iron fabrics • Durable Press Care. 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