Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 7, 1960 · Page 13
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July 7, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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fHtmSDAY, ALTON EVENING TKLEORAPM PAGE THIRTEEN Carlinville City Council Approves Wage Increase CARLtNVtLLE — At the monthly session of the Carlln- ville City Council held Tuesday night in the city hall, the Ma- roupin County Municipal Em- ploye and Carlinvlllp Police lx>cal No. 11.38 submitted a wage Increase proposal to me Council which was favored by a vote of 6 HOW TO KILL IT. IN I DAYS, tf not delighted with STRONG In- Hunt-drying T-4-I,. your «t batk •I anuy drug store. Watch Infected «kln Jlough off Watch healthy »kln replace II Itch and burning are UOflel TODAY at Thrifty Drug Com pany. to 2. In requesting the salary increases, the committee has giv- 'en consideration to the increase 'in the cost of living and also a [comparison of the salaries of the ! police in Illinois. Aldrrman John Dunn and Lester Bertolet voted against the increase. Aldermen H. O. Zilm and Ross Ensmlnger were absent. j A monthly salary of Jl'iO was j requested for all patrolmen, which would be SI ,61'i, per hour. The special police are to receive the same wage. This Is an increase over the $1.38 wage SUMMER BETTER FABRICS Here I* Yoar Chance to Save on Summer Fabrics PLISSEE lid* and Print*. Reg. 49c—69c EMBROIDERED Cotton, Hatlnft, 1 Oricand.v and Batiste if SILK BLENDS AND PONGEE PAUL'S fabrics 06 Store St. Phone HO 2-9022 Alton 110 N. State, lerseyville, Phone 771 paid to two patrolmen tart the wage of $1.45 paid one patrolman. A anlary ordinance 1C to be drawfl up. In a letter from Earl J. Wile*, secretary of the Cnrlinville Fire Department, the purchase of 11 fir-omen's helmets was requested, at a cost of $120. The rouncil adopted this purchase plan. Cail Laugen, general contractor, was awarded the contract for repairing the roof of thr city hall His hid was $396 to put a hot coating on the roof. The Carlinville Lions' Club re- rjuestcd and received permission to use the first block east of the city squaiv for the carnival on ,<ippt. 2 and .'{. The. mayor appointed James Newton for $275 per month as |an assistant street foreman for '90 days. Donald Cairns Jr. was ap- ! pointed to the city planning ! board. i The parking meter committee was empowered to purchase a coin packaging machine and crimper. : Student Study Planned CARLINVILLE — Carlinville High School has been selected to participate in a follow-up study of the students 'who entered high school in 19.i5. Both students who graduated jand thosr who left before gradation will be included. Mrs. Ann Chapman, guidance 1 director, and Henry Johnson, social science teacher, will coordinate the study this summer. ; Questionnaires and interviews will be used. Need for this type of information is pointed up by recent sta- listic.s on 16 and 17 year-old drop-outs. Last year while 1.- ."JOO.OOO students graduated from high school and 600.000 of those went on to further education, SOO.OOU IB and 17-year-olds were ,not in school. Many of the drop- iouts were unemployed, and many of those who were employ- ; ed were in low-paying jobs with ; little future. With more and more jobs re- iquirrng special training, local schools and employers are con; corned. The information to be ! gathered will be of value to j school counselors and other's con' cerned with the welfare of youth. 'They need information to impress upon young people the importance of education an,d skills in competing for jobs in one (- ottagc ft\\\t ~ DIAMOND BENT'S WEDDING RING With Every Diamond Purchase of $99.00 or Mert. TEAK TO POT! MO MOHET a "• ' Alt RINGS IN SETS AVAltABU SEPARATELY AT EQUAUY GREAT SAVINGS' FOSTERBURG — Mr. and Mrs. John Stvula and .daughters, Nancy and Donna)' Mrs Mary Wagner, and Miss Joann Dwor/ynski have returned from a nine-day trip to Miami. Fla., on ;the Wayman Presley tmir. | Profit from the tour goes toward the completion of a gigantic eitms on Bald Knob near Maknnda. til., which will be visible In three states, Indian, Illinois and Kentucky, when completed. Mr. and Mrs. John Snvula and daughters spent the July 4 weekend in Sessor, 111., visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bryant mid daughter. Pat. spent the weekend in Sessor visiting her mother, Mrs. Corn Robbins. and ;m uncle who is a patient in Franklin Hospital HI Benton. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Brueggeman and Gary Swann, all of Houston, Tex., were July 4 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prager and family. They also .visited other relatives in the vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Beck and dnughters spent Saturday through Monday In Rochelle, III., where they were guests of Mr. and Mi's. Basil Beck, a brother. , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Harris j complex society. * This project will be conducted' by 33 schools a/>d in six counties j scattered throughout the state to find out how Illinois fits into the national picture. AHHault, Battery Charged : CARLINVILLE — William El- ,ler Jr., 21, Rt. 2, Carlinville, was! 'arraigned before Macoupin County Judge Francis J. Bergen on i a charge of assault and battery i brought by State's Attorney Paul] .C. Verticchio. ! It is alleged the defendant: struck Alberta Smith with his I [ hands. The defendant entered a plea of guilty and the court fined the defendant $100 and costs. i Marriage License Issued ! CARLINVILLE — A marriage license was issued in the office of Macoupin County Clerk Ed- wai-d Young to John R. RenE, 40. East Alton, and Hazel M. Gilbert, 38, Wood River. ; Delegate* to Convene CARLINVILLE — The elected delegates will convene in a county convention in the ASC Hall '• in Carlinville on July 26 at 10 a.m. for the purpose of electing; a county committee. ; This convention will be op-; en to the public. j and family were (guests Sunday ami Mlnday of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Redd and son in Qutncy. They also visited an aunt, Mrs. Martha Thrasher In Grtggsville, on their way home. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Stahl and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Robert legate and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Miller and daughter spent last week at a resort on the Lake of the Ozarks. They also visited the Cniik- shank Mansion in Hannibal Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bradshaw and children and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Green and family, spent Friday through Wednesday camping in Meramlc State Park in Missouri. While there they visited Meramec Cavern and Big Spring. First successful ascent of the! Fire losses In the United States Matterhorn was made in 1865|average about three million do!by Edward Whymper. lars per day. T,es?tm COTTAGE HILLS -Members of the fire department were instructed in the pumping opprn- tinn of fire equipment at iho srrond session of a fire fitthtine school initiated by Firo Chip! Bill Bryant. Twenty-four men were present for the 2-houi Hnss. Assisting the chief in the in structlon were Assistant Firr Chiefs Elrner Ackerman and Norman Shewmaker. Next class session is set for July 12 at 7 p.m. In the Fire House. Volunteers will receive instruction on the use of extinguishers, Bryant said. SPECIAL AT HURWITZ JEWELERS! I 3^ CARAT OP SPLENDID DIAMONDS In this exquisite The most wanted, most popular wedding ring alyle in America. Always fashionable, always cherished. Made by America's leading ring- crafters. •1 * •.# Fishtail Wedding Ring ft Reg. 295 NOW ONLY 249 EASY TERMS EVERY HURWITZ DIAMOND BACKED BY OUR BONDED AND NOTARIZED WRITTEN GUARANTEE! 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