Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 8, 1960 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 8, 1960
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MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Hartford Race Winners Listed HARTFORD Rav Unter- park would close for the season on Aug. 19, and special plans are in the maktng for that and will be announced at a later date. Church Nei*lce HARTFORD - Bill Fitzhugh. brink playground director, has a member of the Methodist *»» ™l«w S Mp. spoke at the announced the folk*** winners of the bicycle races at the Hartford Park Friday afternoon in a competitive contest among children from six years to 12 and older who participated. Bethalto Aid To Buy Books For Church Meihodisi Chufch Sunday evening when the M.Y.F. group had j Ladies' Aid of the evening «™«* Hfc topic was "Peace "I Give You thi World." ffl club business reports it was announced that a chicken supper jwill be held on Sept 1* at the church. Tickets for the supper are $1.35 and 90 cents and are available from Aid members. In other club action it was an- niTTMAi'm «;„«,„„ „* f .,Jnounced that two members will BETHALTO - Women of the. represent tne ^p at me an . the Zion Lutheran j nual Lutheran Pttrte Stolen From Car at Wood River WOOD RIVER - MtB. Verrwn More thin MO from West Germany «rff»*l » Melbourne on a Uner, bffRftnt the total from that c&mttf to Australld M 1950-60 to 9, her purse was stolen from herj automobile. The purse was taken, Mrs. Stahlhut said, while the vehicle parked in front of 511 E. WOOD ftTVER — Hie Atntfl- will . Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. . , Diana Monger served as wor- Dwayne Downer won first «nj 9h ip"" leader" and ted the son* the bicycle races from aResj scrvk , e and Nanoy Me nnemeyer i Church voted to donate $90 forjary League convention on Sept. ... . . _ . .. ,thr purchase of new books forj28 in East St. Louis. Delegates Acton Ave.. where she was visit, jtlre Church library it was an-!to the convention are Helen Levi!" 18 ^ omall f^^ was soloist, \vith Mrs. Bernell Caldwell as M.Y.F. adult director. Special numbers SEWER PLANT COMPLETED Hartford officials and construction •upervtoon examine the operations of Hartford's new sewer treatment plant which is reported to be the first plant completed In compliance with the 1956 anti-river polution state and federal regulations. From left to right are: J. W. Allen, village building commissioner; W. G. Flag, designing engineer: William Few ell, contractor; Belmont Hines, mayor; R. E. Caldwell, plant superintendent; Warren Berry, sanitation chairman; and Kenneth Draper, water plant chairman.—Staff Photo. six to eight and Terry Forsting won second in the same age class. In the 8-10 age class Mike Forsting won first place and Jimmy Fox. second. Larry Kirkpatrick was first place winner in the 10-12 age class. Mike Forsting second place, and winners for first and second places in the 12 and over age sroupL ang .. Gofl wm Take Carc of were Bobby Willeford and Larry:you." A young guest from thp Gardner. I Baptist Church served as pi- In the distance races I>vayne| an j st . she was Miss Annelee Downer was winner in the 6-8 age group, Mike Forsting for the 8-10 age group. Mike Compagno in the 10-12 age group, Bobby Willeford for 12 and over group, and Frankie Sorgea and Willard Thompson tied for the nounced at a meeting held recently in the church social rooms. The group also approved and Ida Neunaber with Dorothy! Neunaber and Elda Helmkamp! as alternates. were sung and Linda Turner 'duett, and a quartet| composed of four girls, Barhru Petersen, Nancy Mennemeyer. Linda Turner and Donna Tinipe Curtis. a donation of $25 for world re-j Next meeting of the group isi lief and $15 for the Bethalto! scheduled for Sept. 29 in the j Homecoming parade float. I Zion Lutheran Church social; The Rev. William Wolter ad- rooms, dressed the women on the topic, Dudley will be in charge of the chapter night program. Norman Thomas ran for President on the Socialist ticket six WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Inez, i Rogers. 94 Eckhardt St.. was arrested at 5:10 p.m. Saturday or a charge of drunk and disorderly conduct, police report- led. She appeared before Police Magistrate Thornton J. Lancaster on the charge and was fined I PAINTS times between 1928 and 1948. $5 and costs and released, Lan-i Wood River WOM to Meet Tuesday Night WOOD RIVER — Women of distance races for the senior)the Moose will meet Tuesday group. at 8 p.m. at the Moose home. Unterbrink stated that the Seniftr Regent Mrs. Wesley New Plant Operating Hartford First to Meet Anti-Polution Demands handle a daily flow of 500 gallons per minute, when fluid conditions cause an excess flow, an automatic gate closes. This causes the plant operation to stop, and sewer flow goes directly to the river. The plant was constructed byj the Fewell Construction Co. ofi HARTFORD—Hartford is the|The plant's procedure of opera-'Hartford and directed by Wil-i first to comply with the 1956|tion begins with the removal of ilard Fla & and Carlew Engineers | anti-river polution state and fed-i rags and paper by a bar screen. ; °!^ wa . rdsville :_ eral regulations for Missouri Rocks and gravel are removed' Reconstruction of the Munish and Illinois areas using the Mis-1i n a grjt chamber. i(Bavaria) Playrouse will cost! aissippi for sewerage disposal, j The flow then drops into a wet I about S12 million or 20 peri with the completion of a $90,500, we u. Duel trash pumps in a dry |cent more than £irst estimated.' sewer treatment plant it was j we li and a control tower elevate j lt wlu ^ comp i e ted in 1962. reported by local authorities, i t he flow to a three compartment The deadline for areas to meet'j m hoff reinforced concrete tank the anti-river polution regula-| w hich is 72 feet long and 28 tions is Dec. 31, 1961, it was reported. The new plant's construction feet wide. Digestion takes place in the tank, and fluid returns to the original sewer line at a was started in the spring of 19391 point below the bar screen and on the river side of Rt. 67 just outside of Hartford. Plant operation began last week. The Hartford board of trustees have made tentative plans to officially accept the new plant for the village on Aug. 16. The plant's site was acquired from the Sinclair Oil Co. The plant project was financed through a $100,000 bond issue approved by Hartford residents in a general election on Aug. 13, j 1957. 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