Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 25, 1960 · Page 7
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Alton, Illinois
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SATURDAY, JUNE 29,1990 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••i State Fair Event ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH 'Uncle Joe' May Emcee Golden Age Day Program SPRINGFIELD - One of the most lively masters of ceremo- nl« in the state is being considered for the Golden Age Day at the I960 Illinois State Fair. The senior citizen, is the near- centenarian "Uncle Joe" Fulkerson of Jerseyville, who will celebrate his 91st birthday during the State Fair. Fulkerson, well-! known in state and county fairs, won his first county fair blue rib- j bon In 1879. Golden Age Day will be celebrated for the first time this year. It was designed by Governor William G. Stratum and State Fair Officials to honor those who have reached the age of 60 years and over. Enthusiastic letters from clubs and organizations catering to the senior citizens of Illinois have been pouring into the State Fair entry department for information on the Golden Age Day activities. Golden Age Day will be Friday, Aug. 19. State Fair dates are Aug. 12-21. A special program will be heldj in the air-conditioned Illinois j building at the fairgrounds where! prizes will be awarded to the couple married the greatest number of years and attending the fair, oldest gentleman and oldest lady attending the fair, the old-| est gentleman and lady with the! longest record of exhibiting at the fair. Prizes will also Hospital Note* ALTON «HMOft!Al MEDICAL Kdward Dalton. 2510 Bostwlck. Wood River Sanders Triplets Observe 23rd Birthday Today Kurrniu «^QHV»I>, mvtv .JVFOUTIvra. . The SHnQSrS tHplCtS frOTTI Mrs. Bettrlce prane, 933 E. 7th wood River at* cdebraftna m~+ «»--•«- /•uZuMii ann it**** """"> rwvm BIT ucieurauux Mrs. F TOM carroii, 3910 uscar. .w^i, MMI MMM*., *<****. fh«t« Charles Ohley, 214 Wisconsin, thW ^ ™™ay today. Thetr Mr*. Kathtrine True. 30ft Ethel mother is Mrs. Evelyn Sanders Mr*. Alice Veaeh, Wood River, of 48 Marguerite Ave. John Mickalskl, Cast Alton, j The triplets are Loralne, Lor- SUflGtCAL !er and Lorene, who is the wife Elmer Carr, WoodRlver. | 0 f John T. Merry. K>ilton reath * . MeQuefTy> ^"i Low*- ' he only ™* mftrrled, WJlHanT'c. Howell, East Alton j| s fhe mofher of two **?* and Shirley Huhbard, East Alton, M* planning to continue her col- DISMISSALS Buford Tongay, Cottage Hills. Eunice Whese, 410 Chamberlain Janet Howard. Bunker Hill. lege education with majors In chemistry and mathematics at SIU in Alton. She resides In East Alton with her husband Mrs Viola Klndig, 4006 Aber- and ^ cnildreni Merry ls n « ' ,,.„ „ .. . graduate of SIU In Carbondnle. Bernard Miller, Godfrey. FootballMothers At White Hall Elect Officers WHITE HALL—A meeting of be ; the White Hall High School foot- awarded'for*a'taient"show."h"obby ba » mothers w * s held Thursday show, checker tournament, dom- «* the home of c ° a( * and Mrs ; ino tournament, funniest hat worn' Max Mclntyre and officers elect- by a lady over 60. and for period W for the ensuin & vear are: Mrs ' costumes, bonnets, etc., modeled H « rold , Blake -. president; Mrs. by the oldsters. l Bess Fulton - Vlce President: Mrs. A special prize is to be present- Ray Adkinson, secretary: Mrs. Mrs. Mary Wood, 2914 Werges Mrs. Pauline Stark, Jerseyville. Mrs. Hallie Gage. 531 Shelly. Mrs. Evaline Sluda, Woodlawn Miss Agnes Flske, 1108 Alby. Diane Treblng, Edwardsville. Garni Brokaw, 2330 Falrview. Sydney Frey, Roxana. ST. ANTHONY'S MEDICAL Mrs. Joy Norman, 3627 Aberdeen. Karen Brockman, Rt. 1, Jerseyville. Lo.raine, who is a 1959 graduate of SIU at Carbondale, completed part of her graduate work there toward her master's degree In physical education. She Is planning to continue her jvvork at SIU's Alton Residence Center during the summer. She will receive her master's degree with a physical education major and guidance minor next June. At present she is residing in Wood River with her Mrs. Doris Holman, 2216 Locust j mother. Mrs, Hazel Toolooze, Rt. Bonne Terre, Mo. ST. JOSIPH'S MEDICAL Mrs. Myrtle Hargiss, 211 12th, Wood River. Mrs. Mable Bradshaw, 2607 Powhatan. 1. Loren. who received a bachelor of science degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Illinois in February, re- S. iceived a Navy commission as i ensign at graduation. He recently soloed in a T34 jet train! ing plane at Saufley Field, Pen- ed to those unable to attend who write the best letter, (a lady and gentleman over 60) regarding their retirement problem and how they solved it and the happiness they are getting from their retirement. Letters should be Clarence Dawdy Jr., assistant secretary; Mrs. Clifford Ahern, treasurer. The 1960 White Hall High School football banquet has been set for Friday, Nov. 18. Mrs. Harry Me- Cracken and Mrs. Norbert Fans- mailed to reach the State Fair by Her will be in charge of program August 1. ! arrangements, and the decorat- Information and entry blanks I tag committee includes Mrs. John may be obtained by writing to Raf f et V Jr the Illinois State Fair, Golden Age Day, Springfield. Carrollton Woman To Visit Europe CARROLLTON - Mrs. A. D. Wilson will leave July 6 for New York City and will sail July 8 on a trip to Europe. She will spend a month with relatives in Sweden, then go to Oberammergau where she will attend the Passion Play and then go on to Rome, where she will be joined by an uncle and aunt, from Sweden and they will spend a month touring Italy. En route home in September she will visit her son and daughter-in law, Dr. and Mrs. Dick Wilson, in Chicago. Attending Conference CARROLLTON — Mrs. Joe Cunningham, R. N. clinical instructor in psychiatric nursing at Illinois State Hospital, Jacksonville, spent this week attending a conference at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. To Be Discharged CARROLLTON — Capt. and Mrs. Thomas Skaggs and sons of the Clinton - Sherman Air Force base in Oklahoma are spending a leave here with Capt. Skaggs' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Skaggs, and will be here through July. Capt. Skaggs will receive his discharge from the armed forces Aug. 1 and they will go to Kan- A Ml>s - AWO D wards and Mrs - *• A - Roe - Employe Award Ed ' sas City to make their home and Capt. Skaggs will practice dentistry. Entertains Sewing Club WHITE HALL — Russell S. Ort^n of Westminister, Colo., a management analyst with the Air Force Accounting and Finance Center, has been nominated by the center for the "Federal Employe of the Year" award. He is a member of the Westminister City Council, and is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Orten of this city. He was graduated from White Hall High School in 1938. Navy Promotion WHITE HALL — Clarence G, Bequeaith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Giilman Bequeaith, was promoted to electronics technician third class, USN, recently while serving at the Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Port Isabel, Texas. Before entering the Navy in April, 1958, he was graduated from White Hall High School. At Church School WHITE HALL — Mrs. C. E. Roodhouse left this week for Wau- kasha, Wis., where she is attending a leadership school at Carroll College for United Presbyterian Women of the North Central Area of the United Presbyterian Church, U.S.A. Vacation School WHITE HALL — The closing program of First Baptist Church Daily Vacation Bible School will be Sunday at 7:30 p.m. About 100 children have been enrolled in the sthool. An exhibition of the work done by the children will be on display. Mrs. Sallie Wright, 2136 Marquette. Fred Foster, Grafton. Mrs. Anna Marmino, 222 Dorris. Mrs. Betty Campbell, 408 Washington, East Alton. James Robertson, Rt. 2, Godfrey SURGICAL Michael Booter, Roxana. Miss Mary Oros, Rt. 1, E. Alton. Cyrus Edwards, 1714 Oakwood. David W. Sullivan, 354 Jennings, Wood River. Sandra Watts, 1409 Fletcher. Allen Henderson, Godfrey. DISMISSALS William Kidwell, 455 Bluff. Don Balcer, Wood River. Mrs. Catherine Bell, 237 W. 19th Sieve Boswell, East Alton. Mrs. Gertrude DeGerlia, 414 Lampert. Miss Sandra Herrin, 2306 Sunset! -pioneer Missions" is the ser- ^van^rlve 1 Hutchinson> SuJ ' mon topic chosen for the morn- sacola, Florida. Bethalto Church Schedule Listed BETHALTO— Church services were announced by Bethalto pastors Friday. The Rev. Erwin J. Kolb, pastor of Zion Lutheran Church, has chosen "You Can't Run Away from God" as the sermon title for morning service at the church. Services are at 8 and 10:15 a.m. Sunday School ! sessions are at 9 a.m. Mrs. Jonel Johnson, S. Roxana. Mrs. Esther Nagel, Edwardsville Mrs. Ruth Ohm, Edwardsville. Mrs. Betty Osborne, 320 Dooley. Miss Lisa Papes, 1116 Quincy. Miss Sharon Partridge, Piasa. Richard Paul, Edwardsville. Frank Polio, Rodgers avenue. Miss Maureen Purcell, 1203 Diamond. Arthur Schmidt, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Irene Scott, Jerseyville. Mrs. Marguerite Sebold, 3617 McCarthy. Alvin Sims, 1713 Piasa. Mrs. Mary Sims, 500 Mitchell. Mrs. Cecilia Slack, 3 W. 20th. Mrs. Patricia Thayer, Wood River. Ray Thomas Jr., Edwardsville. Miss Carolyn Walker, 1042- Tremont. Harold Williams, Wood River. Mrs. Rowena Wills, East Alton Mrs. Angela Wiseman, 625 W. Mather. JERSEY COMMUNITY MEDICAL Lloyd Perdun, Fieldon. Mrs. Harry Cravens, Jerseyville DISMISSALS Clarence Murphy, Jerseyville. Mrs. Delton Morris, Grafton. Leo Held, Brussels. Marion Calcari, Staunton. Terry R. Fuller, Hardin. Mrs. Russell Sinclair, Fieldon. Mrs. Wesley Powers, Fieldon. Richard Funeral WHITE HALL-Funeral services for Edward A. Richard, 59, ofj Alton were conducted Wednes- CARROLLTON — Mr. and i day at Dawdy Funeral Home by Mrs. Joe Conrad will entertain j the Rev. Harry Chasteen, pastor j members of her sewing club i of the First Baptist Church, and: and their husbands at a picnic!burial was in Greenfield Ceme-j supper Saturday evening atjtery. j their farm home. Entertains at Luncheon CARROLLTON - Mrs. F. A Under entertained at a lunch eon Thursday at her home hon oring her daughter. Mrs. Ells worth Black of Jacksonville and Miss Maude Collins of this city. both of whom were celebrating their birthdays. Other guests were Mrs. Chester Hemphill of Jacksonville and Mrs. C. G. Purl and Mrs. Meda Dowdall of this city. News of Area In Armed Forces Men and Women RONALD 8TRUMCKI, "• S. Air Force, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe StraBttU of 114 E. First St., Hartford, has been sent to Biloxi, Miss, (or 33 weeks of specialized training to air traffic control after completing his basic training. Strumski, a graduate of East Alton-Wood River Community High School, entered service in April of this year and took his basic training at Lakeland Air Force Bast in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Strumski's youngest son, Thomas, who is also in the Air Force was home recently tor 30 days prior to laaving for Fort Dix. N.J. wtasre at went overseas to be ttatUBMi to tofthacb, Germany for tte atxt year. Prior to going Calhoun Women Hear Mrs. Orville Plocher HARDIN-Mrs. Orville Plocher of Highland, southwest district director of the Illinois Home Bureau Federation, spoke at a meeting of the Calhoun County advisory council Thursday afternoon in the Farm Bureau building. A Home Bureau membership drive is nearini;' completion in the county, and ; Mrs. Plocher included informa-| tion on membership in her talk.j The advisory council is made| up of representatives of the Calhoun County Extension Council! and the Home Bureau Board,! and other guests at Thursday's! meeting were officers of the Home Bureau units in the county. Home From GlrU' State HARDIN - Miss Barbara Eh- erlin, daughter of Mrs. Henry Bberiin of <Hardin, returned home Tuesday evening from Illini Girls State on the campus of MacMurray College in Jacksonville. Miss Eberlin repi«- sented Calhoun American Legion Auxiliary. As a member of the Nationalist party in a mythical state, Miss Eberlin was elected alderman of Allen City. Duncan County.'where she resided, was named "Model County" on W. R. TOWNSHIP MEDICAL Dennis Woolridge, 239 Be]]wood, East Alton. Robin Lawson, 719 Park, Alton. Mrs. Mary Rea, 334 Goulding, East Alton. Terry F. Stewart, 208 Victory, East Alton. Mary Beth Marmino, 501 First. George Bruns, Bethalto. SURGICAL Mrs. Evelyn Seehausen, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Birdine Wheeler, 420 N. Pence, East Alton. DISMISSALS Richard Gust, South Roxana. Glen Ferrel], 222 Pence, East Alton. ' Mrs. Sylvia Meredith, Hartford. Mrs. Ethel Howard, 622 Brookside, Alton. Mrs. Myrtle Ladendorff, 220 Lakeside, East Alton. Mrs. Essie Dale, Bethalto. Patricia Kalagian, Hartford. ing worship service at 10:45 a. m. by the Rev. Leo Copeland, pastor of the Methodist Church. During the evening service the pastor will speak on the subject, "Real Life." The Rev. A. H. Ferguson of the Assembly of God Church has chosen "Neglect" as the sermon topic for morning service at 11 a.m. At the evening service the Rev. Ferguson will speak on "The Danger of Drifting." Home from Champaign BKTHALTO-Fire Chief Lester Cook and volunteer firemen William Ringering Sr., and Chuck Bennett returned recently from a four-day fire school sponsored by the University of Illinois at Champaign. The three firemen attended class sessions on fire prevention and rural fire fighting. Baseball League BETHALTO — Twenty -six teams are competing in 4th week of the Civic Memorial YMCA summer basball league, it was reported by Jerry Ballard. Games are scheduled each week from Monday through! Thursday on the diamond locat- | ed near the old Bethalto Grade School. Games are held at 5:15 p.m., 6:30 p.m., and 7:45 p.m. Edwardsville Church Schedule Announced EDWARDSVILLE — Dr. W. E. Bush, assisted by Mrs. S. N. Atkinson, will administer the sacrament of communion at both the 8 a.m. and 10:10 a.m. services j Sunday at St. John's Methodist Church. The high school MYF will meet at 6:30 p.m. in Wesley Hall. Wednesday Bible study will be held at 7:30 p.m. in Memorial Chapel with Leon Corlew as lead- Loren Sanders One of the Sanders trip* lets who won't be here for the 23rd birthday celebration. He is in Naval Flight training at Pensacola, Fla. Bethel Home Bureau Meets MEDORA - The Bethel Home Bureau met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James Watts in Jerseyville. Mrs. Edgar ,Darr gave the board report and Mrs. Floyd Frost the vice-president's report. The health lesson on "Causes and Prevention of Fires" was by Mrs. Byron Ruyle. Mrs. Vern Searls presented the major lesson on "The Dining Area Fashioned for Living." Refresh- mints were served. Birthday Celebration MEDORA — The birthdays of George Smith Sr., and William Huff of Kane were observed Thursday evening at the Smith home. Smith is the father of Jesse Smith pf Medora and Mrs. Ray Baker of Chesterfield. Refreshments were served. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stanton and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Smith and family. Medora. Notes MEDORA—Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Moore and family, Alamogordo, N.M., are here on a visit to her mother, Mrs. Stella Johnson, and his , parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Moore. Mrs. Clinton Aydelott, St. Louis, has been visiting Mrs. Bess Carter. The Rev. and Mrs. W. A. Summers were guests Thursday at the Fred Beatty home in Alton. The Rev. and Mrs. Ward Spencer were visitors Thursday of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Spencer, in Jacksonville. Misses Louise Cline and Hazel Griffin returned to Chicago Thursday after a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cline. Woodburn VBStoEnd On July 1 WOODBUrW-Dally vicatton Bible srhool at the Cotigref*- ttonal Church will continue through Friday of next week, A program will be given the evening of July 3 at thw hureh. Mrs. J. L. Pennlngton Is superintendent of the school. Teapheijs are: nursery, Mrs. Jane Hurley, MM. Peggy Phel- ten and Miss Martha Cordum; beginners. Mrs. Elaine Hartdson and Mm. Joyce Bennett; primary. Mrs. Millie Jones and Mrs. Eileen Worley; Juniors, Mrs. Jessie Partridge and Mrs. Pauline Baker, and teenagers, Mrs. Nellie Jo Walter. Mrs. C. M. Miller la serving as pianist. Average dally attendance to date is 43. Eight Uncontented Divorces Granted EDWARDSVILLE — Decrees were entered In eight uncontested divorce cases heard Friday in Circuit Court. Divorces granted, and grounds, were: Lois M. Stepp, from Thomas Stepp. desertion, and the plaintiff awarded cus tody of a child; Carolyn Jean Coffman, from James C. Coffman, desertion, with the plaintiff" maiden name of Cur f man restored; Nellie Hallaway, from Vernon Hallaway, desertion, and custody of a child awarded to the plaintiff; Florence Wilcher, from Milton Jack Wllcher, on grounds of cruelty and desertion. Shirley Arterberry, from Rich ard Arterberry, cruelty, with the plaintiff to retain custody of a child; Joyce Campbell, from Walter Campbell, cruelty; Patricia Grlggs, from Darrell Griggs, cruelty, and the defend ant awarded custody of two chil dren; Bernard J. Blaine. from Lorene Blaine, on grounds that at the time of their marriage in 1953 the defendant had a living husband from whom she had not been divorced. Custody of two children was awarded to the defendant. Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE—Two area residents were admitted and two were discharged Friday from St. Joseph's Hospital in Highland. Admitted were Mirs. Victoria Meikamp, 1012 N. Main; and Clyde Southard, Rt. 1. Discharged were Mrs. Ann Ingram. 1110 Troy Rd.; and Mrs. William Riley and son, 1026 Schwarz. President Accepts Golf Membership TAIPEI (API-President Eisenhower has accepted an honorary membership in the Taipei Golf and Country Club, it was an GRAB-BAG BARGAIN IMPERIAL BEACH, Calif. —A Navy chief petty officer, whose hobby is making what he calls "grab-bag bids" at public auctions, now has seven vol. umes of a set of the Encyclopedia Britannica published in 1778. They were In an old trunk that H. W. Dukes bought unopened. The American Revolutionary War, under way at the time they were published, is not mentioned. Anything about the New World, including New Zealand, is in the chapter on America. New York City is the world's largest and busiest seaport. AN ORDINANCE tSTA tWO A LOAD LIMIT OF 12, POUNDS GROSS LOAD ON RODOER9 AVENUE FROM MILTON ROAD TO THE NORTH CORPXHUTE I4M BE IT ORDAINED BY .__ CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALTON: flection I. It shall be unlawful to drive any truck or other type vehlcW used for the transportation of properly or goods carrying « f ross load of more than Twelve housand Pounds (12,000) on Rodger* Avenue from Milton Roan to the north corporate limits of the City of Alton. flection I. It shall also be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation lo authorize any of Its servants, agents, or employees to drive any vehicle on North Rodgers Avenue from Milton Road to the north corporate limits of the City of Alton In violation of the above section one. Section S. Any person, firm, or corporation violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall *e deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined In the amount thereof not exceeding Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00). Each time such violation Is committed shall constitute a separate offense and shall be punishable as such hereunder. Section 4. Any ordinance or parts of ordinances In conflict herewith be and the same are hereby repealed. This ordinance shall be In full force and effect from and after its passage and publication ac cording to law. PASSED THIS'22ND DAY OF JUNE 1960. P. W. DAY, Mayor Attest: PAUL A. PRICE, City Clerk Approved as to Form and Legality: s/ John W. Hoefert, CORPORATION COUNSELOR (SEAL) ORDINANCE NO. 2»74 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 8064, THE PARKING METER ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE REMOVAL OF PARKING METERS 435, 436, 437 AND 438, LOCATED ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF EAST BROADWAY BETWEEN L A N G D O N AND HENRY STREETS; AND AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 1963, THE TRAFFIC ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE THAT THERE SHALL BE NO PARKING ANYTIME ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF EAST BROADWAY FROM LANGDON STREET TO A POINT 204 FEET EAST OF LANGDON STREET. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALTON: Section 1. That parking meters 435, 436, 437 and 438 located on the south side of East Broadway between Langdon and Henry Streets be and the same are hereby ordered removed. Section 2. That there shall be no parking at any time on the south side of East Broadway from Langrlon Street to a point 204 feet easterly thereof. Section 3. Any ordinance or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith be intf the mm iff wrrtr i «n*ftW Jig tf Clvente MANILA CM* force and effect ««J«JSR ts assage and publication «e* sBcrW a: or AMtcuc xx THEREOF RlLATtJfG TO NONC^NFORMING USES AND ALSO TO AMEND SECTION 8 OP ARTICLE XXtV THEREOF RELATING TO AMEND MENTS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALTON: rwai ORDINANCE, That Section 2, Article XX, of Ordinance 2911 be and the same Is hereby amended to read M follows: "The lawful use of a building existing at the time of the effective date of this ordinance may be continued although such use does not conform to the pro* visions hereof. If no structural alterations are made, a nonconforming use of a building may be continued In the same use, or changed to another rtoh conforming use of a more re atrtcted classification or to a conforming use but such use shall not thereafter be changed to a less restricted use". flection 1 That Section 3, Article XXIV, of Ordinance 2911 be and the same Is hereby amended to read as follows: • "A public hearing shall be held by the City Plan Commission before recommending any proposed amendment, supplement or changed. Notice shall be given stating the time and place of such hearing, not more than 30 nor less than 15 days before the hearing, by publication at least once in a newspaper of general circulation within the corporate limits of the,City of Alton." •,•"'• Section 8. That this ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication according to law. PASSED THIS 22ND DAY OF JUNE, 1960, P. W. DAY, Mayor. Attest: PAUL A. PRICE, City Clerk Approved as to Form and Legality: s/ John W. Hoefert CORPORATION COUNSELOR (SEAL) ORDINANCE NO. 2887 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 2959, THE APPROPRIATION O R DIN- ANCE, TO PROVIDE FOR AN INCREASE IN THE APPROPRIATION FOR PARK PURPOSES TO FINANCE IMPROVEMENTS IN S A L U PARK. BE IT ORDAINED BY T H E COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALTON, ILLINOIS: Section 1. That Section 4 of Ordinance No. 2959, passed by VIW*W ••» ••W» ¥ w^»— •—•— — ^ tton 4 wWch irmll wad Idwir » Section f, Thtt propriated from the Park "KM* PARK . -,^-^a- Superintendent of Parf»» perintend «t |47B/ _ _. _ /mo, ...."•• Park Maintenance Tor* man, 2 at IfflO/me, ...»*. MW Park Maintenance M«n m, 2 at $l,80/Hn 7,488 Park Maintenance Man 4.79 at 11.86/hr, .... Park Maintenance Help- _ er,^4 at Illfl/ht,.*". 1® Ass't Secretary toJPjjW- ^ Commission, 1 at $78/fflO 900 Extra Labor i........... ,80 Accounting and Audit .. 160 Postage .,.,,...,,.,..... 20 Fire and Extended Coverage insurance *.i....... 206 Compensation Insurance 500 Automobile insurance .. 150 Bonds ««.«•»»««««*'»»•••» 34 Electric Ughts and Power .............*... 1,938 Telephone •'. ..,...,...,.«. 110 Water. .„,...»...... 800 Repair'of Buildings ..... 1,250 Repair of Streets ........ 750 Repair of Equipment ... 1,000 Repair of Lights ........ 200 Rent of Buildings 'H Tree Service • • 10,000 Off ice. Supplies 75 Gasoline and Lubrlcanti > 750 Cleaning Supplies ..<.... 250 Expendable Tods ....... 450. Electrical Supplies ...... 150* Agriculture A Horticultural Supplies .......... 1,000 paint ...................200 Concrete 75 Lumber .. 150 Plumbing Supplies ...... 200 License 8 Mower Bar .. 497 Lawn Renovator ........ 325 Recreation Equipment ..'•". 385 Rotary Mower (3) ...... 300 Contingent Appropriation 1,500 Debt Service-Int. on Taw Anticipation Warrants .. 100 Improvement* In S«lu .••>:. Park 28,422 Total for Spark Purposes ... •«••••••••.«• ."^ 89,766 Section 2. This Ordinance shall be In full force and effect from and after its passage and publication as requited by law. PASSED THIS 22ND DAY OF JUNE, 1960. p. w. DAY, Mayor. Attest: PAUL A. PRICE, ', City CleVk Approved as to Form-, and Legality: s/ John W. Hoefert • CORPORATION COUNSELOR (SEAL) er. Subject for discussion is, "The Heart of Good Religion". A meeting of the division of higher education committee is scheduled for 10 a.m. Thursday. REPORT OF CONDITION OF GODFREY STATE BANK Of Godfrey in the State of Illinoii at the clone of buslnen on June 18, I960. Published In Response to Call of Conrad F. Becker, Director of Financial Institution*. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collection ..$ 21,421.36 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 271.727.95 7. Bank premises owned $2,120.00, furniture and fixtures $5,000.00 7,120.00 (Bank premisei owned are subbject to NONE Hens not assumed by bunk) nounced here today. The club said \ !1 ' Othe r assets 200.00 it had received a letter express-!,„ TrvrA , A « u ,.^rc. ""• • in* to* Pr~Mpnr« rPm-Pt that hpi 13 ' T ° J AL AbhLTS $300,469.31 ing the President's regret that he could not use its facilities during! his Formosa visit. awards day and residents were presented with leis. she and their baby daughter re- ovartMB ht was stationed at San;sides with her parent* i" Rose- Angelo, Tax Thomas' wife is the wood Heights while he is in serv- Miss Jow Ununons aadiice. ANNUAL VACATION Clostd for 2 Wttks Beginning Mon., JUBI 27 M July II Art Cleaners 3lf Uwnrock LIABILITIES 84. TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obligations shown below) NONE CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 25. Capital (par value per share $25.00) $150,000.00 ^6. Surplus 75,000.00 27. Undivided profits 469.31 28. Reserves 75,000.00 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $300,4(99.31 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $300,469^31 MEMORANDA 31. Auets pledged or »»signed to secure liabilities and for other purposes • NONE I, ROBERT J. MUCKERMAN (Acting Cashier), of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above ktatement is true, and that it fully and correctly represents the true state of the several matter* herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge and belief. ROBERT J. MUCKERMAN (Acting Cashier) CORRECT-Attest: JOSEPH J. SPRINGMAN, Sr. JAMES S. WOOD, H. B. KOELLER. Directors. STATE OF ILLINOIS. County of Madison, s»: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24th day of June, 1960. HELEN J. SHORT, Notary Public (SEAL) My commission expire* March 4. 1363. MAKE IT A FAMILY NIGHT! A. ft P. Feed Store* 411 Plan •iedermon Furniture 802-804 DEM Cersen Jewelry sis w. Franklin Union Furniture 800 E. Broadway Gorrott Furniture 1C W. Broadway Ootoly's toa w. Srd W. T. Grant Co. 80S W. Srd J. i R. Auto Stort* : " iplegel Catalog Oask 406 Belle FREE PARKING METERS Myers Ires. ard Mi pfe Paul's Fabrics 80S State St Schoeffer's 10S W. Srd I Sehifff Shoe Store 188 Belle Sears Roebuck Co. 305-83 flaw Slack Furnitwe 80S w. aid Thrifty Drue, at» Belle Thrift Hardware 600 Belle GOLDEN MOPPING Vick's Shoe* 114 W. lid L i I Furniture 4th tad Pi«f> St. Vaunt's Dry 6ee4» 104.101 w. lid

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