Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1963 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1963 Wood River to Open Bids Oil Water Bonds June 17 Will ut Hospital Notes Alton Memorial Hum- In RIVKH - Members of thr City Council Mondas niahl set June 17 as the dale for open ini: bids for UK salf of S7CIO dfifl svorth of ss'ater works improse- ment rrvenue bonds This is part of the money to be used for Wood Ris-er 1 - SI :',.'•<! OOf) general ualer inipros emciil program. The other S(i.V).OTi!) \\as rasied by the sale of ceneral oh- hpation bonds Kac'h bid snlimilted June 17 must be accompanied by a cashier's check 01 certified check tor $3..y>0 as a miarantee that t h e bidder svill earrs- out his contract md purchase thr Ivnifl* if his j hid and cnnti'act is accepted. C'ls Manage] Carlton Laud as directed l>\ tin- cits council Mas II! v lieu the resolution for '-ale of the bonds uas adopted al a spee- • inl meelinc. ha« i;i\en nolici of the sale to al least l.Vl riLristeied dealer^ of siii'h securities and the bond ariMimemenl. KARACHI — Pakistani film makers report (lies are bavins: labor trouhles \\ith actors and actresse-- who refuse in \\ork alter dark 01 on Saturdays and Sundass Mis Connie lloti supervisor pital. will _-i\ e Winslovv. nvrea-j it Alton Stale Hos-1 a report Thurs-: MKDN Al, Dr. Fred \Vhitrimin. Carrollton. Mrs. Laura Noblitl. Fairmoitn!. Alary Wiseman. Iv'.T .Mildred. Hose Wade. Jerseyvillc. Charles l.ufke. Kasl Alton. day in Jaeksonvillr at the I9lln Ellis Shnflin. Smith Roxana. •Anniial Instiliite for Activities! .lohn Holm-holm. Collate Hills, j Therapy, .lames MHrlui. Belli,c!tu MM remarks o,, "Time leslrd -\l» Kli/abelh Richard?. 1X19 Concepts.' along with comments Maple MID the same subject In siipet-vi- Thomas Smith. -JUS.'' Shads sors from other stale institutes. '•° 1 ' m - lp - \\'ood River, three das pro M K(.l( Al, ;sonvillc School ( ;,-,,,!•„,, cinch. Siaunton. lllslilulc. MJIIISI ;\[,. s Sshle -laiidiHL 1 Group 1 River Fail-mount. Grand Jury Suggests Brochure on Facilities Edwardsville Couple Married 25 Years •/old. Thny arc thr parents of sons: Brad. Mark and KCV- will wind up UK cram al the .lac lor the Deal The Iheiiir is "umliTslaiidiHL 1 Process." bewail Tuesda.v Another Alton therapist 1'A'jir King, will serve as slruclor. while attending will committees. Alton Hospital also lurnished an n\hj|>jt called "New Ideas in Oecilpalional Therapv." Olhei agenda elements include lectures, demonstrations, exhibits atifl a dinner Wednesday al Ilie, Braille and SiL'ht-Sav ing School. '' l ' ll( ''''" -a Planners of the institute said it is designed for continuing education lor staff therapists at all levels. Mrs. Mary Gruseicl liprt Road. Willard Livingstone, Cynthia Northrop. East Alton. Paul Glassbrenner. -109 K. Eighth. Mrs. Uiann Flota. 'HV, Hillcrest. Harry Stover. Wood River. .Mrs. Virginia Gulley. .'{31:0 Brown. Glenn Critchfiold. Grafton. llarlen Cole. Carlinville. Mrs Lucille Balentine. Cottage :\,jfn Hills. Jury in its initial report Tuesday. Mrs. Lonora Altmdell, .Terseyville: T i le ,, psv Kvand j,,,, y nladp no Frank Rende. 3839 Horn. 'specific recommendations for im- Mis. Velma Bridges, .'V.'IL' Dueo.; nn)VPnunl ( nf tt , e ,. mmtv j.,i]_ -r>,,. .Airs. Sandra Jackson. Collagej prio ,. ^ MV \ ^ wy _ foi . i he MmTh "'" s - i'lVnn of Circuit Court, was highly Wood: Uonnn Underwood. Wood ntvev.^.pi,^..,! of die nearlv-ltXVvear-old Hosnlln. Note, TOKYO — A traveler is stiingimi open house for friends at Edenjland. Japan Airlines Cor losing his lug-'t:nitod Church of Christ from EDWARDSVILLE — A rpeoin- mendation that a brochure of statement be prepared to acquaint future grand juries with the oper-igage and says he is not calmedilo 1 n.m. ation of Hie Madison County jail, jby the fact that although he lost. The couple were married June and other county institutions for j one suitcase. 17 others were de-|5, 1938 at Erlen Church. Mrs. departments, was made by (hej)jvered to bis home. JHofedit/. is the fortvrr Cleo Bet- Term Circuit Court Grand EDWARDSVILLE — Mr. and; Mrs. Clarence Hofedilz of 31H Lib- EDWARW3VILLE - IVo area thpir silver residents were admitted Tuesday withlto St. Joseph's Hospital, High- cily St. will observe 'i wedding anniversary Sunday Admitted sverp: Miss Jill Coleman. 319 State; Mrs. Clementine Rose, 11-1 Bust Park. PI. Marsha Patrick Rrenda (ircuory. \\'ood River. Lyons, Bethallo. Jennings. Wood River. - Xieki -Mi:- College. Fmitch. S'oiith Koxana. Gerson. East Alton. >ix others who are, Jerome Arkif. ITII Woiden. serve on various : Nelson l.ohr. Dorsey. ; .AIKDir/M, Mrs Bernicr U'eh.-lei. Godfrey, i M VS . Norman Gotway, Hardin. .\verv Alsers. Cottage Hills. | Charles Glossop. Jerse.vville. Jersey Community Jti.inita Wells. Rte. 1. Altoni\i,. s . Shirlev Ballard, .lerseyville) ;\i rs Fiances Ballard. Kast Alton I M rs . DISAIISSAI-S county jail facilities and uged efforts be made to provide a mod- lern penal building. ' In its report on the institution (Tuesday, the nosv grand jury |pointed out that because of the 'condition of the jail — "beingj ian antiquated and unnsatisfac- j Carl Gray. Godfrey. Arthur Tepen. Meppen. Telegraph \Vant Ads "CLICK Lara, ills Willard. .Mr> Gertrude Donling. Wood I?is er Mrs Donna Taylor. Kldrcd. Mrs Barbara Reckwith. Godfrey Rands Hartsock. Brighton. Mr.-, llallie Yinyard. White Hall. of your home's water supply HARD WATER ANALYSIS CAN SAVE YOU UP TO S 160 A YEAR O. S. Government figures prove that medium hard water can cost a family of four as much as $160 every year in wasted detergent, soap, bleach and shampoo ... in shortened fabric life . . in corroded, rusted- oat plumbing and water-using appliances. Water hardness varies from area to area, even home to home. Many fnmilies in this area have had their water supply analyzed and found it adequately •oft. Others have found their water expensively bard and eliminated hard water expenses by installing a Permaglas water softener. We'U conduct a free chemical analysts for you. H will show you how much hard water may be costing you . . , how much you can save with a Permaglas water softener. There's no obligation. Just call or write, and well conduct the analysis in your home. Or bring a sample of your home's water to our office. A service of your Permaglas water softener dealer. LTON BOTTLED GAS CO. "We SeJl Cornforf" GODFREY ROAD PHONE 466-3461 YOU CAN BE SURE...IF IT'S WeStinghOUSB (W Easy to Buy ... Prices/ High Power Cooling and Maximum Dehumidification 22,000 BTU TO 6,100 BTU -- TO « With Easy To Install Kit _ A _ L ... -_ CALL .US FOR FRKE SURVEY —ESTIMATE- DIAL CL 4-4364 •lit K. I'Vi-KU.son— Open Kri. Till 9 I'..M.—Wood River Don Carpenter. Hardin. Airs. Fred Wai/. .lerseyville. DISMISSALS Charles Glossop. Jersoyville. Airs. F Airs. J Airs. Wayne Williams. Jer<eyvillc Airs. Florence .Miller. Fioldon. Everett .Shackles. Jersevvillc. Airs. David Get tings, Dow. Si. Joseph's MEDICAL BUITUS. 309 First. Thomas Martin. Jerseyvillejiory physical plant" — it is "dif-1 f.icult to adciaimtcly maintan and | operate efficiently and economi-j (rally and. therefore, repairs and maintenance are difficult and expensive." In conclusion, the report staled: "The grand jvtvy believes i S. Snedeker. Jerseyvillc. ; th ., t fo| , llu , i, c , u , 01 O f future grand ' Hurley. Hardin. jla . jos ., hiwrlnirp or statement should he prepared for their use. explaining the system of administration and responsibility for j the operation of all of the physi- !cal property owned and maintained by the county, including ! the facilities of the covirthouse. Wood highway department, jail, sanatorium and county nursing home." Favorable reports were submitted on the grand jury's inspection May L'S of the county nursing home and county tuberculosis sanatorium. The investigating body suggested that the "United Fund and similar charity „ ^ , ,,„„ ,. ,. ., drives consider donating televi- R. Fraley. L'OOValle.vDr.,| SJon ^ {Q ^ sanato ^ ium use of the patients." rj20, 7th THUR.- FRI.- SAT.- SPECIALS! Stes-en River. Miss Barbara Pellicrino. Ti-16 \V. Kerguson. \\ : ood River. .HidKe Michael Kinney, Rock Spring Tan-ace. Mrs. Emma Manescalo, 711 K. Harry F'. Maul. 128 Dooley. Mrs. Minnie Burkhardl, I'M svardsville. James Kast Alton. Mrs. Cora Cummings, flBO White-: law. Wood River. j StlRCUCAI, Miss Deborah Grader. 2'24 Bender, j East Alton. | Mrs. Grace. Wonnacott. Franklin. Mrs. Virginia Hefle.y. Hartford. Mrs. Saniille Myers. Edwardsville Mrs. Daisy Zobrist. EdwardsvilleI DISMISSALS Mrs. Ruby Aldredge. Wood River Dave Brooks, St. Louis. Henry Covey. Cottage Hills. Cynthia Cunningham, Jerseyville Kelly Dailey, Wood River. Bess Dippold. Edsvardsville. Mrs. Doris Dooley, 822 Fifth. Mrs. Mildred Edwards, 2705 Viesvland. Mrs. Dorothy Foster. Brighton. Guy Hobbs. East Alton. Mrs. Opal Kruckeberg, Godfrey. Mrs. Billy Lemmon; Godfrey. Stanley March, Mt. Olive. William Reed, Rte. 1, Alton. Miss Molly Rutherford, Godfrey. Miss Lisa Stosky, Hartford. Miss Veneda Vaughn, 6 Sullivan. Robert Ward, 3180 Paul. for Want things? Read the Want Ads. 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