Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 6, 1960 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 6, 1960
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1930 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAUL City Council OK's Purchase i Of Compact Car WOOD RIVER - Members of the city council Tuesday night approved purchase of a Corvair model compact car from Albrecht Chevrolet Inc. for $1.400, for use in the public works department. The purchase price includes an allowance made for a damaged 1956 Plymouth that ha* been used in the department. The rear and front end of the vehicle were damaged recently when an employe was involved in an auto accident. Other bids submitted for compact cars were: $1,498.90 for a Kalcon, Carter Wood River Motor Co. Inc.; $1,556.79. Vallimt, Roberts Motors Inc.; $1,508, Valiant, Stuart Motors Inc.; $1,800 for a Seneca,,Gloss Motor Co., Inc. In other business, a communication to the council from members of the volunteer fire department was read nnd the council agreed to schedule a meeting ivlth the group. Purpose of the conclnvp will be to discuM and possibly amend, rules regarding fire calls made outside the city limits. A transfer of $5,000 from the general corporate fund was made to the Belk Memorial Park fund. The money represents sales tax funds, City Manager Kraft pointed out. A tranter of $750 was made from the sewer operating fund into the general fund. A request by a member of local American Legion Post 204 was made for the city to participate in a Fifth District State Macotipin Reticw Board in S CARUNV1LLE - The Ma coupin County Board of Review is in session dally, excepting Saturdays and Sundays, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the northeast corner room of the basement of the courthouse in Carlinville. The hoard is composed of Roy A. Bowyer, chairman. Walter Elliott, member. Joseph C. Buehling. member, and Norman A Schiller, clerk. AH complaints concerning the over or under assessment of real estate or personal, claims of exemptions from taxation complaints as to the Inequalities in assessments between townships, or any other errors or omipslons of assessments shall be filed by the complaining party in writing upon form* supplied by the board. No complaints may be filed after 4 p.m. on July 29. Complaints In proper form will be set for hearing by the board, and all parties interested will be given due notice. A 400-bed seaside hotel will be constructed at ThessaloniW Greece. American Legion Convention parade July 17 at Alton. The council gave approva pending approval and arrange ments to be made with the bami manager and director. Frank Stickler, secretary ol Local 98 of the International Musicians Union requested to the council to consider increasing the number of city band concerts and consequently make a higher appropriation for .such purposes, but Mayor Delaney explained he didn't think It would be possible. Bills totaling $31,060.13 were allowed. COLONIAL APARTMENTS TO BE RAZED SOON Building at 1349 E. Third, next to nounced a year ago, and parking apace Hotel Stratford's new parking deck, will soon be razed to make way for the ad* dition to the deck which will .contain motel rooms. The motel plans were an* was the first phase of the construction. The former Bible home was removed at that time from the, corner of Alby and Thirds-Staff Photo. Bible School OpensMonday in Rosewood Hgts. ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS-The Rev. Sylvester Johnson, pastor, has announced Vacation Bible School will open Monday at the a.m. daily. Class study will be based on the theme, "The Good Shepherd." Mrs. Thomas Hyde, director, will be assisted by Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Otto Bodenbach will serve as secretary-treasurer. Edwardsvitte City Council Accepts Rezoning Petition EDWARDSVILLE Thf rlty he as liquor commissioner had ouncil Tuesday night unanimously, overriding recommend- dented a liquor license to a pro- I posed package liquor store also atlons of both the city plan conv>arrow from th« Wfh school, mission and the Edwardsvillei However, the mayor asked that school district, voted to accept'a letter from tti» filwardsvlll* a petition of the Socony-Mobil i Ministerial Association oppOBlng CM1 Co. for rezonirtR of three lotii the store be read at the council on U.S. Bypass fi€ across from I meeting. Edwardsville Senior High Following a diMflttton with the Boyd Graham Named New Eagles' Officer WOOD MVER-Boyd Graham was appointed conductor to fill a vacancy In the staff of officers of the Eagles' lodge at tn« Tuesday meeting held «t tlw lodge hall. Clarence Pruett was Initiated as a new member. E. W. Lewis, president, an- ffii Jiffy It ifJWtMt 61 OWtriet 7 will t* tlHd *t d»t St. Louis. Plan* «*tre competed tar • datwtof party it tt« fcfrt h»n Saturday evening from i p.m. to 1 a.m. fw iHtmbtro tni guests. Bob H«*t!n<»'band has been engaged to ftrrtrt*.* mmfe, for oil and he can only get a day's notice of when the oil trucks are to arrive. Behrendt was also authorized School., j ttnfon fepresentatives at A hearing on the matter Is toj meeting, an agreement was be held in 17 days. i made to remedy a situation ini' 8 ***• responsible for the haul to warn residents that the city Both the plan commission and | which a member of the Team- the school district are on record I sters' union reportedly was dtv hange—from I Ing laborers work at the Poag to commer- water plant. The Laborers Local recommenda- 179 business agent, Charles Steward, saM that under his union's agreement with the city, as opposing thp multiple dwelling cial—and their tions were fead before the ^council vote Tuesday. The proposal of Socony-Mobil Oil Co. is to build a filling station on the property. The motion to accept the petition for a hearing on the change was made by Alderman seconded with by Charles Bode, Clyde Hartung, Weeks absent. Mayor William C. Straube, In the matter of another business establishment, announced that chauffeurs should only drive trucks and not take over laborers work. The man rat the Poag plant reportedly was hired to "fHl in" on vacations. Street Superintendent Fred Frank Behrendt announced that grading of unpaved streets would cease until he was able to obtain oil. Behrendt said oil companies were a week ahead with orders Ing away of tree branches from private property. He said many residents were putting such limbs in the streets for the city to pic.k up. Water Superintendent Herbert Luschke announced that $1,157,43 of damage was incurred at the Poag water plant from the recent windstorms. WALLPAPER MONTIOELLO DOLOR CENTER Montlcello Plaza Godfrey First General Baptist Church Mrs. Dixie Champlin will be and continue through July 22jin charge of the Nursery Dewith classes from 9 to 11:30jpartment assisted by Mrs. Helen Duval. Refreshments will be served at each session. The school will close with a picnic on the final day. The demonstration program will be presented at 7:30 p.m. July 22 at the church. Blankets, BLANKETS, entire stock/ BOYS 1 SUMMER PLAYWEAR and FURNISHINGS 3t next-to-nothing prices! Short Sleeve Sports Shirts 4 47 reduced from, $1 .98 and 12.96 Jb Cotton Knit Polo Shirts induced from $148 Washable Play Shorts 99* Bermuda Walking Short* nductd from $3.98 Swim Trunks rom $148** $2.50 1 39 Summerweight Pajamas nduetd from $248 Summerweight Cotton Robes reduced from $3.98 Washable Terry Robes - raducvd from $5.98 Short 'n' Shirt Sets redu&d from $2,98 Short Sleeve S&orts Shirts $3.98 2 89 439 2" BOND'S, 117 W. Third MM., M,, Till f P.M. 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Rich acetate bjod- 5.10 Ing. Yellow, pink, blue, green and 12x84-111., $10.88 11.88 multicolor. Mothproof Blend Plaid Blanket IU.U mao-in. 6.8* 5.44 Colorful beauty of 80% rayon, 10% Orion* acrylic. •DuPont Reg T.M. 72x80 In. 11 Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back 1 * A I TYilV PHONE ALlUil H05.55U SEARS PARKING LOT Down FREE- DEMO. RIDE SEARS PARKING LOT! 4 HP, 4-cycle engine Foot operated clutch and brake • Adjustable cutting height 26-Iu. 4>Vz HP Riding Mower 239 9 ? Down • 4V£ HP, 4-cycle mower 0 4 cutting heights • Blade clutch and differential 26-In. Heavy Duty Mower 325 4Vfc HP 4-cycle engine 4 cutting heights ' Heavy duty clutch . '398.95 Wheel Barrow Lightweight. rugged Dunlap 3 cu. ft. wheelbarrow made of high grade ma- Bubbiab Burner Lightweight wire gauge. Ideal (or back yard or beside arage. 23V'» In. 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