Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 6, 1971 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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AVAILABLE NOW! 19 ILLINOIS 71 PPOOOO LAND OF LINCOLN 1971 AUTO LICENSE IN THE LOIlY OP YOUR WEDGE TV MOTOR BANK AUtO License Parking Convenient Parking No Traffic Congestion Immediate Delivery...No Waiting Just follow tht sign to tho lobby of Wedge TV Motor Bank . . . Bring In your 1970 Illinois Passenger Car Registration or Title . . . fill out your renewal application or use the form sent to you by the Secretary of State . . . and pick up your new 1971 Illinois Passenger Car License Plates. $1.00 service charge. CUSTOMER HOURS Monday Thru Friday 9:00 A.M. to 6:30 P.M. Saturday 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon WEDGE TV MOTOR BANK Front Street—Between Henry I gg»«6Mjgg| "Your Fu/J r Service Wedge Bank" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, January 6,1971 A-ll East Alton advised to cut insurance policies The village of East Alton can cut the number of its insurance policies and can save from 15 to 20 per cent in premiums, a preliminary survey of its program by the Hanfelder-Ashby Agency has shown. The village board was told Tuesday night that its 20 policies can be cut to about five by combining the coverage, especially fire insurance, according to Dwane Benjamin of the Bliss Agency, who has been wo r k i n g with Hanfelder- Ashby. In a brief report, Benjamin said most of the village buildings are under insured, 'and should be appraised to update coverage, and that they should be insured al replacement value rather than at current market value. He said the present poli'-y on the new vital serviivs building does not cover contents, and that there is no fire insurance on Fire Star on No. 2. the lift stations, or on the fire siren and tower at the No. 2 fire house. Benjamin said there is no coverage on elected or appointed officials, and no coverage under workmen's compensation for an employe who might have to go into another business. He said covered state es that vohir individually covered under a should be fleet policy In other cases. R-njamin said that some item;, such as tractors, are covere:! under two policies. Benjamin asked if he could work with the in are but surance d in an committee of the board effort to give a mote complete report regarding the village's insurance program. Mayor Frank Keaslpr said the village will be jlaci to W. M. Bates appointed Carlinville postmaster/ work with tjie insurance firms. Under the previois administration, the village board came under fire on several Telegraph Want Ads get results! INSTALL NOW! CARLINVILLE - Wendell M. Bates, acting Carlinville postmaster since Aug. 1, 1969, has been appointed postmaster, effective im- mediatley, it was announced by the regional director of the U.S. Post Office. Bates, who has been acting postmaster since th£ resignation of Denby Boring, will go to Chicago Thursday for the swearing in ceremony. Bates was born in Carlin- vijle, and following his graduation from the local high school, began work for the U.S. Postal Service in June 1963 as a rural carrier. Driver boolted after hitting barricade / An Alton motorist crashed into a street barricade Tuesday night after losing control of his car, police said. Melvin Edgar Gaither, 45, of 100 E. Delmar St., was driving south on Central Avenue when he lost control of his vehicle at a left turn in the road and smashed into the barricade on the west side of Virginia Street. Gaither was charged with "failure to keep within the boundaries of a traffic lane." Bates served in tlte U.S. Army during World /War II •from June 1943 to Jan. 1946. Following his discharge, he returned to Carlinville where he resumed his duties with the local post office, serving as an relief carrier on a city route in Carlinville from March 1, l!Mfi, to NOV. 1, 1948. At that time he became a clerk in the local office and served in thai capacity until he was appointed assistant postmaster on Oct. 31, 1959. Homestead exemption assistance offered BENL D — Harry Craddick, Cahokia township assessor, will assist 'area residents Tuesday anfl Thursday afternoons who have reached the age of 65 during the year 1970 to fill out their ap- Exemption forms. Craddick said that his "office hours" at 110% N. Main St. may be used also by those who have previously filled • out Homestead Exemption 1 forms to have them registered again this year, as required by law. Homestead Exemption forms, Craddick said, must be completed by April 1, 1971. 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In other business, the board fun.ls by Village Treasurer proceed with plans to work with (he Illinois Department of Public Works and Buildings on a long-range transportation program for the state. Approval was given to two resolutions for transferring funds by Village Treasurer Tom Raker. He will transfer $fi.l(V2 from the dividend and interest fund to the water fund, and $10,000 from the sales tax fund to the general fund. Trustee Donald Mcl'her.son, chairman of the police committee, reported the Southwestern Illinois Law Enforcement Commission has given approval to a police management study of the East Alton department, and to a request for equipment to be purchased under the Omnibus ("rime Bill. The requests will now go to the federal government for approval on funding, he said. Another resolution was approved, setting the general election for April 20, from (i a.m. to fi p.m.. in five precincts. The election will be for a new village president to fill the two-year unexpired term of former mayor Charles Vanpreter. for three trutces for four- year terms, for two library directors for six- year terms, one library director for a four-year unexpired term, and one library director for a two-year unexpired term. Precincts one through five will be at the American L e g i o n hall, municipal building, municipal garage, community building, and the Niagara School. ^MERICA'S LARGEST FAMILY CLOTHING CHAIN FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY MONTICELLO PLAZA EASTGATE DRUG STORES SCOUIMT DEPARTMENT STOR IF YOU MISSED THIS FABULOUS 16 PAGE CIRCULAR ... STOP INTO ARLANS ANYWAY , COME TO OUR JANUARY BONANZA AND CASH IN ON THESE AND HUNDREDS OF INCREDIBLY PRICED SPECIALS. FOR BRUNETTES ONLY First permanent shampoo-in hair color for brunettes STEREO LP RECORDS 45RPM OLDIE RECORDS CONTAC CAPSULES Four Tops. Mama Cass. Supremes. And many, many morel In • Temptations. 'C I Tom Jones. And many, many more. 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