Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1960 · Page 12
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June 27, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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PAGE TWKSLVB ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 27, I960 Public Hearing on CM Bethel Baptists Airport Bucket July 12 H ™ ^PF I O • V : M E D 0 R A — tfte motttn ALTO — Area resident* 'urged to attend a public hear- tog on the budget and appropriation ordinance of the Civic Memorial Airport Authority for the fiscal year ending May 31. 1961. The hearing is scheduled for July 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Air- •pott Authority board room. The batfeet is posted for public inspection at the airport office. '. Total appropriation listed 4n the .-btldfeet is $305.983.50. In a break* down of the budget, $79,700 is appropriated lor the general corporate fund, $72,396.50 is budgeted for the bond and interest fund and $353,914.08 is included in the construction fund. In the general corporate fund] 179,700 is appropriated for main tenance of the airport, related facilities and corporate expens es. Included in the fund Is $5.000 for commissioners compensation: $6,000 for supervisor's service: $4,000 allotted for clerical service: $4.000 for custodial service and $5,500 for materials for ground maintenance. Other appropriations in the general corporate fund include $4.000 for labor in maintenance of grounds; $6,500 for materials in maintenance of buildings and $3,000 for labor in building maintenance. Other items include $3,500 for maintenance and equipment: $5,000 for heating fuel; $5,000 for; electrical power; $3,500 for pro-| fessional service; $8.300 for road relocation: $6,500 for insurance Missing Boy Found Near Bethalto BETHALTO — Following, swift action by police, firemen and emergency units here Friday night a 14-year-old boy was found safe and unharmed shortly after he was reported missing from his Bethalto home. Barefooted and frightened the youngster walked out of a field into the path of searchers on the Clara Zoelzer farm about J /4 mile east of town only a few hours after he disappeared. Police first learned the toy was missing about 8:20 p.m. when the youngster's mother reported! to Bethalto Patrolman Fred Boehm that her son had left the house and failed to return. Unable to locate the boy in Bethalto police summoned emergency units who began" an organized search for,the teenager. Volv unteers from the Bethalto Fire! Department drove along village streets and country roads calling for the boy with a public address speaker mounted in a fire department emergency truck. Minutes later they were joined by auxiliary police, Explorer Post 106 emergency corp, Meadowbrook Fire Department and volunteers from the Bethalto area. The search fanned out into an area east of Bethalto. Volunteers' searched fields, along country 1 roads, ditches and creek beds. Efforts to locate the youngster ended several hours later when he walked out of a field near the Zoelzer farm after he heard searchers call for him. Police re-; turned the boy to his home. Worn- j en from the firemen's auxiliary served coffee to volunteers assisting in the search. Swim Pool MeetTuesdav •V At Bethalto BETHALTO — Residents of Bethalto, Cottage Hills. Meadowbrook and local rural areas have been invited to attend a public information meeting on the proposed Bethalto swimming poolj Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Bethalto Park. .; Pool Board President William j C. Taylor said the public will be ! informed of progress in the drive to raise funds for construction of a pool in Bethalto. Members of the pool board will explain the project to the public. Dr. Gordon 1 Bennett of Recreational Consult- j ants Inc., Memphis, Tenn., will; also be present. i A fund raising campaign for! the pool project reached the half- ' way mark ihis week. Approximately $35,000 has been raised for the project. Estimated cost Of the pool is $60.000 Funds are raised with the sale of 7> per cent interest-bearing boncU in denominations of Sl.OOU. !HJOU. y.'JO and $100. Contributions ut $10 and above ai't ah>o being ac<v|jti'd. The Bethalto National Bunk will finance 75 per cent of each bund purchase, it was reported by the bank president. Seating will be provided fui persons attending the public meeting. The Cis'if Memorial Bajiri. under the direction of Lr- nest Opp. will present a band concert in the park pi ioi to the meeting, it was announced b\ the pool drive chairman Lynn: premiums and $3,900 for aviation Mfvfce (Kfttlpitient. In the bond and Interest fund. $72,389.50 Is allotted for principal tend Interest on the Airport's bonded indebtedness. In the cdnstruc- tton fund $353.914.08 is appropriated for cost of improvements development of the airport. Income in the general corporate fund is expected from: cash On hand, $343.22: operating revenues, $16.000; sale of crops, $6,000; miscellaneous Income, $1,656.78 and general taxes. $55,700. Last year's budget listed $66,550 in the general fund, $52,053.75 in the bond and interest fund and $39,410.06 for construction. ; birthday supper at Bethel if 1st. Church wtu fwid friday jevoplng. Randy 'JohMaofi .was 'the only birthday gue«t prttent. •Table decorations Included flow- '<?rs and a birthday cake. ' Property Sold • MEDORA -A^deal ha^ closed for the been; sale of Mrs. Em-i nta Patton's residence property In the east part of town to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Varble. The family will move from Mrt. May Reed's property as soon at come work Is completed on the house. Mr. and Mrs. Alan frlcker are Improving their property on North Railroad street with the addition of two rooms and « bath Entertain* Relative* MEDORA—Mr and Mrs. Robert Cunningham entertained A group of relatives at dinner Friday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mr*. Everett Gumn, Otrtaha, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. William Gumn. Petersburg, Mr. and Mrs. William Corbln, Wood River, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cunningham, Fidelity, Mrs. Robert Brown and son. Birth of Daughter MEDORA -Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Overby are announcing tM birth of a daughter Friday at Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrol I ton. The baby weighed seven pounds and seven ounces. They have two other daughters, Cathy: and Linda. The grandparents are Ralph Arnold and Mrs. Gertrude Overby of Greenfield and Mrs. May Arnold of flprirtffMd. MEDQRA— Artwr Vttw Camp of fit* Royal Neighbor lodfe will field tnd rtturrad horn* complete plans ft» to Kltce blwkmail irMtflf pric- rmwt Thwatey at 2 p.m. at the «<** •" Sooth Africa Pretoria home of MM. Don Rice. {reports. Colored people hive jtorttti ! BOSTON *— to MaamerniMtti, it hi chtspet to marry a fellow Bay Slater than anyone else. A new law double* the wedding Hcerwe fee. lor ontototattfa. The tridittoflal 12 wfll sttlt apptf If GUARD YOUR VISION Mr. and Mr». William Bragg, j been paying protection mttleyjboth bride and groom are from to a gaflg Q{ coto1hBd% ^ the Massachusetts. But it either or threat that they might be re-i both are from outside the Com* Matldan, N, D., who have been visiting relatives here the past week, left Friday tor Missouri to visit Before returning home. Mrs. Eugene Buck returned hom* Friday from Boy<J Mem- orifrl Hospital. Carroll ton, where she hftd undergone surgery. Mtes Rosemary Frlcker has reKgned her position m Spring- classified as natives. monwealth, It will be $4. II YIAM At AGENT , MMWHI County Mutual AUTO INIUMNOE 00, STANKA OARAGE SUt* Street North Alton Dtal HO 5-8889 WESTERN SHOE STORES JW-08 E. 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