Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1960 · Page 9
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July 27, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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PACK TON ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUL* 27, 1000 eetitig for tididates ^Scheduled a. ' * A public mwthig for «H can- servlt* (fiftirman Of OK League of Wf>ftWfl VfftWS- Speakers have not yet been chosen and will be announced at a MPT date. The league's Voters Service ( Committee Is preparing questionnaire asking for expert- Bar Group Approves JP Salaries pncp. qualifications of, and 6pin- »««« M.dt.™ from Madison <-„,„»„ fons on Vltal County, iffljrs from each thp 3|i well as the 53rd representa- rHstr»ct and thp 24th pon- district, has bpen set tat Monday, Oct. 17. according Mrs. Lester Klope. voters EDWARDSV1LLE - A tcnta-j salary schedule for justices! •|of the peace, when their offices' dates. The results of these erues-iare filled by election on a dis- tionnairps will be made into'trict basis next year, as estab- brochures which will be avail-ilished last Wednesday by distributed at the meeting able to interested citizens or or-j legislation committee' of ganizations. They will also be \ Madison County Board of Sup- the the MONOGRAM YOUR "SHIP *N SHORE'S The distinctive embroidered monogram •hirt is yours and yours alone. Precisely tailored of 65% Dacron* 35% Cotton, the perfect quick-dry blend. Sizes 30 to 38 9 • WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS • OPEN FRIDAY AND MONDAY TILL 9 P.M. 1656 Washington Av*. Upptr Alton jervisors. was approved by a committee of the County Bar Assn. Tuesday, the Telegraph learned. Harry Briggs. chairman of the board's legislation committee, said a meeting was held with the bar association president, John Duffner. and State Rep. Ralph Smith. Also attending, besides the entire legislation committee, was Assistant State's Atty. Joseph Bartylak and County Clerk Eulalia Hotz. The salary approved, as set up by the committee, calls for $6.000 a year, with an allowance of $3.600 a year for a clerk and $1.800 for expenses. Briggs said that the next step |is to obtain approval of the salary schedule from the board's | finance committee and then present the schedule to the board in a resolution at the Aug. 10 meeting. The legislation committee also set up a tentative plan of districts for the justices of the peace, five in number, though Briggs said the^ breakdown could j be subject to change before presentation to the county board. Established as to population, the districts are tentative, he said, I until township population figures are obtained. As set up by the committee,' the districts — which Briggs said are as yet unnumbered — are as follows and include the! following townships: First, Alton, Godfrey and Foster; Second, Wood River, Chouteau (precincts two and three), Ft. Russell and Moro; Third, Venice, Granite City, Nameoki and Chouteau (Precinct 1); Fourth, Collinsville, Jarvis, St. Jacob, Helvetia and Saline; and Fifth, Edwardsville, Blnn 4V BOB JERStYVILLE •*. Mf. and Mrs. Robert Brtokfnan of Jerseyville are announcing the birft of a boy at 8:05 a.m. July 23 at Jersey Community Hospital. They have named the baby Robert Murlln Jr.. and he weighed 8 pounds 1 ounce. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. August Brlnkman of Jerseyvitle and Is a great-grandson of Mrs. Alta Krosehel, Mr. and Mrs. OH- ver Loy, Mrs. Kelly Grace, Ray Brooks of Jerseyville. Mrs. Brinkman was formerly Miss Mary Brooks. They have another son, William Russel, aged 18 months. Return From California JERSEYVILLE - Mrs. Hernice Sears and her daughter, Miss Jeanette Sears, returned to JerseyvJlle Monday after spending the summer in California where they took special courses CHICAGO HAILS IKE Almost obscured by shower of confetti, President Dwight D. Elsenhower waves to screaming crowd lined along Michigan avenue after his arrival for the GOP National Convention. (NBA Photo) Hurry! Only 3 More Days to Enter WIN tr. I *-, in Prizes! in the TELEGRAPH'S Big RECIPE CONTEST ——Enter as many classifications as you wish, but there's more opportunity in the classifications below where fewer recipes have been entered: 1. Outdoor Cookery 2. Fish & Poultry 3. Vegetables & Soups 4. Meats « Don't Delay- Send entries now, los Cook Book ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH ALTON, IIX. at fhe California Polyteetmlc ffl 90) uRS OMBpQ. DOtn are fncnitMrn of the teaching staff of Community Utrtt District 100. JERSEYVILLE - Mr. ft fid Mrs. Donald Kallal of Jerseyville are the parents of a gltl bom at 8:40 a.m. J«ly 25 at the Jersey Community Hospital. They haiw named the baby Kathleen Denice and she weighed 1 pounds S'i ounces. She It a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Brooks of Kane, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kallal of Jersey- vllle and is a great-granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly of Fieldon, Mrs. Ida Brooks and Mrs. Josephine Kallal of Jerseyville. Before her marriage Mrs. Kallal was Miss Ida Brooks. The area of Maryland Is 10,577 square mllesi of which 690 square miles are inland water surface. Mtft fttum A BALtlMOREjlAP) - At t \Hf- bet Shop, a wMfWA ilitt ft salesman so she coaM straight mror fof ofw o» friend*. After the p\ii chase, 8H6 the salesman in all sincerity: "Where do yon get the Maies for it?" ITCHINQ Tsrtirs Stopped Ilks Magic Here 1 * bleated relief from tartjirei of vaeinai Itch, ncMl itch, chafing, rath and eczema with an MUtlM new scientific formula called LANA- CANE. Tnla faat-Mtlftt. MJJMlMt medicated creme kill* harmful bacteria germ*, whlje Jt^iWMAM raw. i wfal- irritated and inflamed akin, t Check* gcratcWnB—§ tn». Don't -*urT«r a., oet larae *te* LANACA 10 apeedi Mai- mother minute. iCANB today * lava. JULY ONLY DRY CLEANING SPECIAL BLANKETS 99< FREE PICK-UP ' AND DELIVERY 909E. Idwy. HO 5-8877 ROUSES DELEGA TES Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz.) views convention proceedings in Chicago through telephoto lens of camera loaned by nearby photographer. Goldwater brought down the house when he moved to the rostrum to address the convention. He caused another flurry of excitement when he visited the N.Y. delegation to shake httnds with Gov. Rockefeller, who responded by saying, "Wonderful show, Barry, wonderful show." In his speech Goldwater warned against "bold progress" a remark clearly aimed at Rockefeller who repeatedly has called for bold new Republican politics. (NBA Photo) Pin Oak, Marine, Alhambra, immediate call. Hamel, Leef, Omphghent. Olive) It was reported that tHfe leg- and New Douglas. islation committee will recom- The committee also discussed j mend to the state legislators that the possibility of requiring just-' justice of the 'peace elections- ices of the peace to rotate night duty among, themselves so thatid«cted at the same time as one justice 1 would be on duty, every night. Under the plan discussed, the telephone number of the justice on night duty would j be left at the county jail for (Telegraph Want Ads held every four years — be con- elections of county officers to save the expense of election costs. •CLICK' Big, Family-Size 4-gallon Cooler Keeps Food, Beverages, Hot or Cold for Hours SALE PRICE while they last 2 Zoning Changes Approved The City Plan Commission, following a series of public hearings on zoning Tuesday night at Hfy Hall, approved two zoning changes and also a revision of the text of the zoning code, andi \ViU recommend them to City I Council at its meeting tonight. District zoning lines for areas newly annexed to the city were also approved by the Commission, but their recommendation* to City Council will await the preparation of an ordinance, Mayor P. W. Day has announced. • Under zoning petitions approved last night, the E. K. Elf- pen property near Main andj Hillcrest Avenue would be reclassified to R-4 to permit an the depth of C-2 business lots fronting Elm Street in the Yungck .tract (former Curran estate) would be increased to 1S5 feet, thus permitting desired business development. The zoning ordinance text to be changed would add to permis- sable uses of C-4 Central Business District property clothing and garment mnaufacturing and i other light, similar industry. The ordinance change was asked by the GAAC. When new areas are annexed) to the city, they are automatically classed for residential usage only as a stop-gap protection to property against commercial encroachment pending formal action, after a public hearing, to fix boundaries for residential, commercial, and industrial districts. Before the hearing last night was the setting of zoned districts in four recently annexed areas, generally north of Upper Alton. AJI were approved for residential usage excepting two rela-| lively small areas. An area oc-j cupied by Piasa Motor Fuels, 3001 Humbert, was recommended for M-l (light industry) classification. And an area immediately south was recommended for C-2 business use. Virtually all the rest of the newly annexed territory subject to the hearing was recommended fori R-2 (single family dwelling development). luxury Frigfdafc* refrigerator to lota 264 •With trade-in 10 yeara old or less in good operating condition. ^lowest-Priced FriguMre fleluxe 2-Door Combination Refrigerator-Freezer • Twin porcelain enameled Hydrators Roomy 12.51 cu. ft total capacity Family-Size 88 Ib. separate freezer with package sheJf on door Door storage space galore.... special sections for eggs, butter, tall bottles New Magnetic Doors seal air-tight Sculptured Sheer Look beauty "This Offer Limited to Our Present Supply" Open Mon. and Fri. Nites Till 9 HITOn • REFRIGERRTIDn Open Mon. and Fri. Nitea Till 0 CO. 550 E. 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