Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 3, 1960 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 3, 1960
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3>tg80 Audit Shows East Alton On Smooth Fiscal Waters 'EAST |?.993.70 in thr general fund over the previous C. reported in the vil- l audit s?ivw» by R. and Company of Alton •t • toftflj meeting Tuesday night. VW auditing company stated 'Indebtedness of the Village at flpftt IDT I860, other than bonded AsM, consisted onl.v of normal Current operating items." Thp audit was approved. Total revenue cash receipts Were $53,955.86 at year's end on Apr. the fiscal 30, 1960, ALTON — East Alton's vious year's total of $85.325.38. an •Jid cash m-etpto in-1 increase of $7.465.7*. Salaries increased S5.7S9.63. Non-exppnse cash disbursements from the general corporate hind consisted of $2,633.69 for new equipment. Total Rnlnnrpft Trie total balances of the various special corporate hinds increased $7.046.30. The sales tax hind, one of the special corporate funds, received $54.769.55 from retailers' municipal tax collections during thr fiscal year ended Apr. 30. I960, a $9,346.97 increase over thr receipts during the previous year. From the sales tax fund, a total of $48,525.09 was extended for the construction of a new garage building, the purchase of property for a new city hall and the wrecking of building on property purchased. The total cash balance of the various bond and interest funds was $7,528.92 which included $2.500 invested in an insured savings and loan association. The only outstanding bonded indebtedness of the village, payable from taxation, were storm sewer bonds in the amount of $168,000. During the current year $17,000 of the storm sewer bonds were retired and $5,087.50 of interest coupons were paid. Presents Award Mayor Charles Vanpreter presented the AAA award to Police Chief Harold Riggins for the police department's contribution to tile. East Alton traffic record and program for the protection of school children. The Thompson Asphalt Co. of Alton was awarded, the contract for widening W. Main St. in front to the proposed site for the new city hall for a bid of $6,111.40. Plans for the construction of a bulk fuel oil and gasoline plant at 305 Silver St. were presented for the board's study by the as compared with the $85.9«2.1fi total on Apr. 30, 1959 Revenue Receipts Revenue cash receipts increases were $6.533.12 in general taxes and $2,057 in fines. Decreases were: dog licenses. $73: business licenses, $315: other licenses, $8; and miscellaneous. $200.42. Rental from the water department and liquor licenses remained the same. NOn-revenue cash receipts consisted of transfers to the general corporate fund which were $2,300 from the public benefit fund, $505.80 from the dividend fund. and $254.94 from the playground bond fund. The total non-revenue cash receipts due to transfers came to $3,060.74 as compared with the $8,800 total of transfers to the general corporate fund during the previous fiscal year. Expense cash disbursements were $92,791.16 in the current year as compared with the pre- •I all THRIFTV DRUG STORES Wringer Hurts Child?s Arm AtWoodniver WOOD RIVER - Vickie Di ana Vance. 2, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Leroy. Thomas Vance 1207Ms Madison St.. Wood Riv er, was treated and released Tuesday at 11:3S a.m., at Wood River Township Hospital for con fusions and abrasions of the rlgh arm after fhe child ran her arm into a washing machine wringer at home. Other patients treated and rt leased from the hospital Tuesday were: Andrea Wills. 8. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wills, 429 Bartmer St., Bethalto, for an injury to the arm. Richard P. Bragga, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Bragga, 682 Halloran Ave. Wood River, for injury to the lefl great toe; Richard H. Naylor, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L, Naylor, 603 Brookside St., Alton for puncture wound to the left foot; and Vernon E. Davis. 15 Hartford Service Man Honored at Party HARTFORD—A surprise picnic supper and welcome home party (was siwn Sunday pvnning at thH for tne camp where they son Rt. left of Mrs. Ruth M. Davis, 1, Seminary Rd., Alton, foot and ankle injury. for Others treated and released Tuesday were: James L. Walk er, 42, 4815 Wick-Mor, Alton, for a laceration of the ring finger of the right hand; Mrs. Blanche Buttrey, 321 Goulding Ave., Eas Alton, for Injury to the left hand; and Edward Bailie, 32 120 Pennsylvania, South Roxana for a laceration of the forehead ager, Robert Boyd. Boyd said the plant's construe tion would be supervised by So- conyMobil Oil Co. preter appointed a Mayor Van- special committee composed of the board's fire, health and street committee chairmen to investigate the plant project. The playground department was authorized to purchase a tractor and mowing equipment. The board also authorized the calling of bids for a new police car. The bids must be in by Aug. 15. Bills were builder and proposed plant man- approved at a total of $13,289.11. 4 - DAY SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE! Summer Cotton DRESSES Reg. Priced to 3.98 Others Priced to 3.99 to 12.99 Large selection of summer dresses. Cotton, sun dresses, ginghams, silk prints and Shirtwaists. Buy yours now, plenty of summer days ahead. Shorts 99' 1.49 •J*»r« PH«Ml i« a.»» Yew chblce of walking ihoru hftlUtf*. P«4*' pushers, "-- M0U, Complete Stock of SWIM SUITS Reduced! home nf Mr. and Mrs. LindPll j servp Colhom of W. Date St.. in honor | cam P of Ervin Willard Chapman, who wns released from active duty in of"the Ill-Mo Christian Life Camp near Peorla. Violet Lovell, Cathy Snedeker, and Mary MoKtt- trtrk are attending 0rt camp this week. The Rev. anU Mra. Ralph Crotty will leave Saturday will as deans for the senior charge was made because the rear wheels of his cat were digging np a freshly laid blacktop There's A Wffl BALT1M9RE (AP) - OB* Baltimore woman insisted on Hildrath posted a $25 appearance bond and was released. He is scheduled to appear before Police Magistrate Thornton J. p.m. Thursday. Her luisbaftd wtWTi an unlisted telephone number. "I'm having a baby I" il» tenanted to the otwHW. "!'¥• GOT to talk to my MMMHrf." The call went thioufh §M the hatband wa« caned ft> tin ttte- pfione. "ftd," tttf «ii wife, "btmg me home two htffl crabs." the U.S Army, July ,30. Chapman enlisted in the Army'tn February of this year for six months and took his basir trainnig at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and remained station there until hi.< release last weekend. Those attending the supper in his honor were Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Smith Jr.. and children Lon and Laura of Granite City; Mr. and Mrs. G. E. McCoy and daughters, Sandra and Susan, Mrs. L. Berger, Nancy McVey, Jane Cole, Cindy Lasater and Jim Gasaway of Wood River. Others were: Gorden Hillman, Carl Draper, Jim Brigman, Mrs. W. Hasting, Mrs. Agnes Chapman, mother of the honoree, the honored guest Ervin Willard Chapman, and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Colborn and their son Lindell, all of Hartford. Hurt in Crash HARTFORD-Mrs, Helen Smith BUNKER mn HILL Fahrenkrog and Nancy Cagle are Margaret Jennifer attending and mis week's session of the Congregational Church Camp at Pilgrim Park. Mrs. John Teakert has return- l^ancaster at e l WOOD R1VEH - 0. L. Miner Conducted tile business session and led. devotions during a meet- Ing 'of .the Builders Clam of the Evangelical United Brethren | Chun* Tuesday night. The men served as hosts for of St. Market St., who was injured in an automobile accident last Saturday, one hour after she and her husband, Calvin, had left for a vacation trip to Pennsylvania, is confined to bed at Wood River Township Hospital with a fractured pelvis and numerous bruises and abrasions. Mr. Smith, the driver of the car which came into collision with another car near Hamel, was not injured but his automobile was almost completely demolished. Mrs. Smith was brought to Wood River by ambulance and admitted but the extent of her injuries was not known until yesterday. She the mother of Mrs. Bob Schwarberg of Hartford and Ernest Smith of South Roxana. East Alton Scout Leaders Instructed EAST ALTON — Mrs. Robert Dourson and Mrs. Glen Dawdy Instructed Girl Scout leaders of neighborhood four in tent training at the community building Tuesday afternoon. The women demonstrated how to set up five different types of tents and stated that henceforth all troops must have a trained person before they may use the :ents. The day and night basic leaders training dates have been set up. The day sessions will be at Alton'YWCA and the night sessions at Wood River Presbyterian Church at Fourth and Lorena. East Alton will be host of the all council meeting on Oct. 10. Mrs. Wayne Jennings, Mrs. Charles Gabbert, and Mrs. Myron Starbuck are to purchase 50- star flags for the Girl Scout meeV mg places. Mrs. Kester Haf- sole and Mrs. Glen Saxton were wstesses. Flames Destroy Bunker Hill Barn BUNKER HILL — Bunker Hill Tire Department was called at/ 6:15 a.m. Tuesday to the Don Diestelhorst farm, one mile north and Va mile east of Bunker Hill. The barn was completely destroyed by fire but the fire depart' •ment kept the fire from spreading to nearby buildings: At Camp BUNKER HILL — Jane Hess and Gary Crotty returned home Sunday after spending the past week at the intermediate camp ed to her home here after being I the meeting and conducted group a patient at St. Francis Hospital, {singing and served watermelon Litchfield, since Friday mom- ing. Altonian Arrested At Wood River following the regular business session. The next meeting, when the women of the club will serve as hostesses, will be Sept. 13. Mrs. deo iHolloway will serve as devotion^ Ul leader. WOOD RIVER - Harvey Eu-l gene Hildrath. 22, 2717 Denny St., | Alton, was arrested on charges! Tacklen Train TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Fele- of "careless driving" and "de-jciano B. Cordova, 56, was strol- struction of city property" Tues-]Hng home one night when he day evening. According to a police report Hildrath was observed "peeling" the tires of a car he was driving on eight street at various in- walked straight into a moving freight train. Police checked him from top to bottom and couldn't find even a scratch. Cordova then was ar- tersections. The "destruction"'rested for drunkeness. Reg. 5.98 399 Oh,my aching bach Others priced to 12.99 Elasticized faille with built-in bras. Sizes 32-38. See our selections of swim wear reduced for this sale. Blouses 99 Beach Bags Swim Caps, Reg. 2.98 .99 . 1.99 •tfcer* Privotf »• t.f»» »MIM»IM C a 11 o <i i>. Sleevelet •Bd ghorl «k»ve. Size 32-38. Skirts I" iUyonji, bltnta wooU end t*o»d* prtatt and MM ooi- Maternity Clothes 3.98 Dresses .... 2.99 2.98 Cotton Tops . . . 1.99 2.98 Skirts 1.99 2.49 Shorts .... 1.99 3.98 Coordinates . . . 1,99 •fyow money Wk*» Nagging backache, headache. or muscular aches and pains may come; on with over-exertion, emotional upsets or day to day stress and strain. 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