Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 15, 1960 · Page 3
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June 15, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15,1MO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Pay Increase Granted District 14 Custodians WOOD RIVER - Salaries of custodians were raised from a minimum of $280 per month to $300 and from a maximum of FREE OFFER of the most important, most talked about events of 1960 will be the Presidential Elections. •A-For a compact study of the Presidency and the coming elections, get your free copy of this book. if Ask for it at our Pay 'N Save Department. if Supply is limited. Come in this week to be sure to get your copy. Alton Banking ft Trust Co. 'The Wedge Bank" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation $335 to $370 a month by the Grade School District 14 Board of Education Tuesday night. Under the current schedule custodians'begin at $280 for the first six months and at the end of that time go to the maximum s«lary of $335. With the pay Increase they will earn $300 the first six months, $325 the second six months, $350 the second and third years of service and a maximum of $370 the fourth year. Female custodians in the district now receiving $251.66 a month were raised $20 to $271.66 and those earning $261.66 currently were also raised $20. There was a stipulation includ ed with the raise by board members, however, that no raise ol more than $20 per month will be granted during the first year from July 1, 1960 to June 31, 1961. Cafeteria matrons were also among those receiving -a salary increase with a raise of 10 cents per hour. This increases their pay from $1.20 to $1.30 per hour. The board instructed J1 m Harris, school business manager, and A. Edson Smith, principal, to draw up a tentative budget for the July 1, 1960 to June 31, 1961 fiscal year to be ready by June 26. The budget will then be posted for 30 days and a public hearing will be held at the school July 26. A policy measure whereby department heads attending various conferences and conventions in connection with their profession at various parts of the coun try be allowed a maximum of $150 of school funds to pay expenses was adopted. Discussion.regarding the drafting of a teachers handbook was held and Smith was granted permission to meet with several teachers to formulate a pattern for such a booklet. In other business it was agreed that Del Manner, local architect, he instructed to draw up specifications for the modernization of two rooms on the main floor ol the school as a continuation of the school modernization pro- Baptist PBS Ends Thursday AtWoodRiver WOOD RIVER — Families and friends of the 259 children enrolled in the vacation Bible school of the Whttelaw Avenue Baptist Church, are invited to attend commencement exercises in the air conditioned church auditorium at 7 p.m. Thursday. Regular classes will be held at 9 a.m. Friday and the school will conclude with a picnic provided by the church at Kendall Hill Park at 10:30 a.m. Friday. Robert Bagby, who has served as principal of the school, reports enrollment increased by 25 over last year's total, during the two weeks session. 3 9tt In VB8 WOOD RIVER — Enrollment at the vacation Bible school of the Churoh of Christ, Central and M a d I s o n, totaled 225 students, during the opening days this week, Paul Hughey, pastor, reports. Window Broken WOOD RIVER — R. L. Gray of 176 S. Eighth St., reported to police Tuesday that a piece o concrete had been thrown through his garage window. The piece of concrete damaged the top of Gray's car. The Incident occurred sometime early Monday morning. Wood River Woman on Council Editors 9 Board TV is not hurting evening church attendance, a Presbyter- Ian minister said in Belfast. gram. Each of the rooms last year had accoustical tile ceilings Installed so that further modernization would only entail possible blackboard changes, painting etc., Smith said. It was also approved to secure figures on painting the nurses room. A meeting with representatives of several architectural firms to discuss preliminary plans for a proposed building program was set for June 28. Extensive discussion of the school proposed athletic budget as submitted by the coaches for the next school year was held, but no action will be taken on the matter until the special meeting. Bills totaling $59,894.97 were allowed. SPECIAL SALE FOR FATHER'S DAY Ethan Allen RESTOCRAT! Regularly $124.00 NOW WOOD ftJVER—Mflfc William Barth, 906 Wllloto St., has been appointed a member of the executive board of the Interna- lonai Council of Industrial Edi- ors. The appointment wu made during th« 19«0 ICIE Conference at Hotel Chase, St. Louis. Mrs. Barth served as confer, ence secretary 4nd was in barge of registration for the conference which was attended by some 400 industrial editors from the Unltedj States, Great Britain, Canada, and the Philippines. The former Billy* Newby, Mrs. Barth Is a 1934 graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School where she started her journalistic career as editor of the school's newspaper, The Echo, In her senior year. From 1951 to 1955 Mrs. Barth was society editor for the Mt. Vernon Register News, dally newspaper published at Mt. Vernon. While working for the Mt. Vernon newspaper Mrs. Barth was presented with cer- (Iflcate of merit by the Amvets, Department of Illinois, and the Amvets, United States. She also received similar honors from the Girl Scouts of America. Mrs. Barth also served as editor of the employe magazine published by Sverdrup & Parcel Engineering Company In St. Louis, and a newspaper published by the Mt. Vernon Moose Lodge. She is a member of First National Bank's Speakers Bureau. She is now editor of Bank Trust News, published by First National Bank, St. Louis, and St. Louts Union Trust Co. Minor Crash WOOD RIVER — A minor collision between cars driven by Mrs. Robert H. Williams of 749 Rosedale, East Alton and George Teasley of 512 Central Ave., was reported to police at 9:10 a.m. Tuesday. The police report stated that Mrs. Williams' car was traveling north on Old St. Louis road and the car driven by Teasley west on W. Ferguson. Mrs. Williams' car suffered minor damage to the right front fender while Teasley's auto was not damaged. Bitten By Dog WOOD RIVER — Andrea Pellegrino 9, of 451 Korreck Ave., was bitten by a dog owned by Glen Grosno of 419 Anna St. Saturday afternoon it was reported to police by her mother, MRS. WILLIAM BARTH Mrs. Ross Peellegrino Tuesday. Andrea suffered a wound on the left middle finger. Grosno was instructed to take the dog to the veterinarian for rabies test. The dog Is to then be confined for a perld of two weeks after which time It will be test ed again. A favorite repast in Greece are dolmades, consisting of grape leaves stuffed with meat, rice, onions and seasoning. 9 Wood River High Faculty Changes Listed WOOD RIVER — There have been nine faculty changes at Wood River Community High School, it was announced today by A. Edson Smith, principal. Teachers leaving the district are: Richard Fisher, print shop and driver education instructor, going to work tor McDonnell Aircraft Corp. as field service representative and airplane trouble shooter. Fisher is a former Navy pilot. Paul Gardner, mathematics instructor, has taken a position of superintendent of schools at the Nlanttc-Harrlstown Unit School District. Raymond Walker is returning to East Alton Grade School District 13. Mrs. Norma Schroeder, girls physical education instructor, is leaving the state to accompany her husband, an insurance man. Miss Darlene Luebke, business education instructor, has accept- ed the position of secretary to Gardner it Nlantlc-HarrtstowB. Dan Romani, after a yean leave of absence from District 14, is returning and will replace Miss Dorothy Wide as Spanish Instructor. Robert Tucker, electricity Instructor, who is going to quit teaching temporarily and continue his education, Is being replaced by James Young. Smith added that there an two new teachers still to be added to the staff for 0» fWll yw. WOOD RIVER -' tin §»«* five board of the TowMhip He* pttal Auxiliary wifl (MM at p.m. Thursday in the hotpittl dining room, Mrs. Fred Wetter* holt, president, has amwunwd. Crime In Port Elteabelh, South Africa, nearly doubled last year, with 50,851 cflminaf cases against 24,881 In Expert WATCH Repairs/ .HARRINGTON JEWELRY i Ave., East Alton 9 A. M. to 10:00 P. M. Doily 9 A. M. tp 1:00 P. M. \ Sundays and 4 P. M. to 10:00 P. M. / Holidays FREE DELIVERY! 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