Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 17, 1960 · Page 7
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June 17, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Work Relief Plan Aims at 'Economy' §y WttttAM D. Tehvnpft staff Writer A move toward economy township assistance Impetus Wednesday In was given in a conference of city and township officials arranged by Alton Township Supervisor Stephen B. Kennedy, who is administrator of relief. As reported in Wednesday's Telegraph, Miss Elizabeth Ve- nardos, district representative of u vm '^ the Tlllnnlo D..UII- « i J ^ ,_ U * **"" ttoiw to cany the general as* sistance load tn Illinois. The proposed work projects are not compulsory, MlM V* nardos stressed --but she also cited the provision that able-bod- led men who. refuse to work will not receive assistance. the Illinois Public Aid Commission, explained a plan under state law whereby able-bodied men receiving assistance may be put to work. As Miss Venardos implied in her explanation of the work relief plan, the idea of the statute stems from the General Assembly's view of the IPAC's requests for deficiency appropria- for their aid... "As a result of the program, the counties are getting some work for their money. Tne morale^of most welfare recipients seems to be Improved And, in some cases, chronic loafers ere being cut from the welfare rolls. " 'f always felt some folk* on welfare were not applying themselves to finding jobs.' declares Washington County Commissioner Clayton Nyberg here in the county seat town of Hiltsboro. 'Now for the first time In my three years as a commissioner, lour county welfare cost* are Mayor Day's View j headed down. 1 " Mayor P. W. Day's view of work relief Is that It could be of great benefit to the commitn- tend to uplift the character of relief clients. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner He was careful to point out, | however, that the type of work done — described In general as "cleanup work" would have to be kept out of the realm of any tasks that might impinge on the city's usual work force, or on any work for which the city or- Kennedy WouM Prone Alton Township Supervisor Kennedy told Wednesday's meet-i ing frankly that his prime inte-, rest In the work relief program 1 to discourage applications for> general assistance rather than) to " .. get some work done for the city." Mayor Day quoted further from the Oregon work relief report: "Here's how the program op., ._ . . •.•«*•!* D»W*T *n^> ft* w n* *•*••» Wfr- *£. y ,,, a J!?. ropl i iatc! ! mone f ierates: County welfare agencies SODA Gate plus deposit With Gas Purchase GOLDEN RULE - FINA - GODFREY, ILL. One Mile North of Alton on Route 67 The IPAC's plan for wortc re-; ovpr thejr lief projects conforms with May-j , p whfl flre Dfiv's policv as he express-1 rr*u ui w^^- j . *.»J , ,*"' . _" i Tn<? ftolfvoonied it Wednesday at the confer- j CQmty ro , b e| , her hflve i( , kin QUt ablf> te work , men on the • • mt ») m*. i» t.a «» Meadowbrook FiremenName New Officers MEADOWBftOOK-J. C. TuN llfVflll fVILi BSCArt ORADY, Afk. *-Th* IWift, muddy ArtwntM fttvtr foiled convict John Eastern's bid tot 1 their eligibility for unemploy- 'You'd better call the doctor for POP! He said this was gonna hurt him worse than me!" Easton escaped (ram Cam* PfrWI) FflfTTT, stow t HBfW ami staffed acrttt the rtver, the home got stuck tn the mm Easton mid to swim the river, ner has been elected president j DU t the current turned him |of Meadowbrook Volunteer Fire! He started walking back to* j Department. Other officers elect-! ward *"* ! ed were Lester Walters, seer*-! 080 '""* 1 hlm 'tary. William Hill, vlce-presl- tdent, and Leo Lncey, treasurer. Al Simpson was named new- chief and Ed Lindmilst was ap- ! pointed fire chief. Members of (the executive board named at ithe meeting were William Tanne- jhlll. Dave Sasser and Oscar Oswalt. During the business meeting it was reported that six new fire plugs were installed In the area. In other business it was announced that July 24 has been set for a chicken dinner to be held In the fire house. Members of the fire department were also presented with a new American Flag by the Fort Russell Meadowbrook Improvement Association. DO YOU K /^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ iHHB^P^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^ NASA FIRST FEDERAL MAS QUALIrMID HOMI OWNIK* MORI THAN $1,000,000,00 PAST «VI MONTH! ? Puna First Fodtrtl * WAIA sts, fuwni witm save your from detergent and eleaneer chapping/ playtex* living* gloves new ence in his office. The mayor! ^L^InTr^rrjj.m^f^h!!" 16 "' Compensation or were nev-i for assignments, according tojl.-gal ramifications of the WaTCet JoS must?lt!ngi er e ' igible !° KreCe ' W U ' "!preliminary estimates from five «»ate law awaits the receipt of Ihow the program works in Ore-! S"' ^.±1? f. 1 ™! *" '"j Ore R on counties. Of * ™ " ™™ of the statute ' *«" si * n ow the program works in Ore-,,,^;,., ' abil , t ,„ gon The item states "n part):; examination I ' ' Inn* An jj A/ •*•(,.* f*f*\tf+r*H~,fm * * Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally i ns is r rf •Instead of just collecting | for Thp namps afp then gjven| Itwo proved to be disabled, one was in jail, one had deserted his family and disappeared, and j money, groceries or fuel, wel-; to othpr coun( offidals j fare recipients in a growing ,,„ ,„„„ to jnumbnr of counties hereabouts;, WQrk \ welfare worker ^ [one flatly refused to work, are often required to svorki,,, „„, mt „,,,„ Jf lttnpn . e M I'm going to have to work. while, Clyde Open Mon.. Frl, Till t p.m. SPECIAL SALE OF Ladies' Wedgies Nationally Advertised 12.95 selleri. Sizes 4 to 12 AAAA to E 9 width* \vi STI:II\ SIMM SI OH IS to find out why. good reason, welfare payments may bo cut off. Part of Oregon Report "From 20 per cent to 35 per aw last May 26. Mean- however, Councilman Wiseman has expressed some misgivings. Wiseman ex- jj pressed his views in a letter re- n( ,!cently summarized in the Tele- l h when „„, objectjons we ,, otted at the Wndnesay meeting,, mils 'however, the concensus appear«Hi to be that Miss Venardos, j cent of the persons certified as didn't; show up? Some apparently Explanation of the program had „ . „ „ ,. . .. found private lobs and others | «nswei-ed all the points raised physically and othemse abtej ' nel hboring counties'"V «* councilman, for work relief don t show up\ { haw WQrk programs As the matter now stands. Miss " " Vet. To slow down this type of Venardos is to send letters con- LET US LIGHTEN YOUR LOAD SEND US YOUR DRAPES and SLIPCOVERS FOR SANITONE DRY CLEANING Milton Cleaners 1128 Milton Rd. Phone HO 2-»2:il migration, the state or county welfare commission can declare I the applicant ineligible for wel- Ifare payments in another coun- jty for 30 days or possibly longer. firming the Wednesday conference to city officials and this is to be the basis for discussion in the council. Mayor Day, meantime, has sugegsted to the park and playground officials A study on a local level of the^* 1 , they prepare a schedule of I work such as would be acceptable to the IPAC and which could be presented to the Council along with the other facts on the program. jv-rts-."; • > 0MK3 Brand New DeLuxo Food Freozor In a Compact Size for Today's Modern. Homes! ^z£~-- 10.39 eo. ft. Only 28* wide 353 LB. 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WILBUR A. SIMMS, son of Mr. and Mrs. , James L. Simms, Roxana, also ; is participating with other personnel from the 4th Armored Division irl a field training ex- \ ercise in Grafenwohr, Germany.! The training is scheduled to endi June 22. Corp. Simms, a gunner in Bat- A of the Division's 22d Artillery I in Zirndorf, entered the Army in October 1958, received basic training at Fort Hood, Tex., and ; arrived overseas the following' i April. : ! The 21-year-old • soldier is a 11956 graduate of Roxana Com- 1 jmunity High School and attend- j Jed Southern Illinois University! I in Carbondale. 389,95 288 12,3 Cu Ft, Refrigerator-Frieiir (Yillow) 11 Cu, Ft, — 60 Lb, Frmer !3Cu, Ft, —70Lb, Freeier 13 Cu, Ft,— 2 Door $429,95 $298 219,95 198 248 314 WASHERS-DRYERS Reg. Diluit I960 Frig, Dryer $189,95 DtlHii 1980 Frig. 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