Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 5, 1963 · Page 17
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 17

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 5, 1963
Page 17
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Section 2 Pages 17*28 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport Comic Classified Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Carlinville Water Rate Hike Okayed CARLINVILLE - The City Council Monday night voted to raise the water rates In the city by 25 pflf cent to defray the cost .of constructing a new auxiliary water line from the plant at Lake Carlinvllle through the Macoupin creek bottom to the city limits at a cost of approximately $90,000. A motion 'was adopted whereby the term of six years will be allowed to get back the money expended for the new line through the new water rates, after this time the water rate is to be lowered 25 per cent to its original base. This motion was made by Alderman Eugene Monetti after he pointed out that the council had gone back on its promise to abol ish the wheel tax for motor vehicles after the parking meters had been paid fr. Dick Shirley, president of the water board, accompanied by Forrest Nifong, superintendent of the water company, appeared before the council to furnish facts and figures on the new line. Work on the new line is to begin as soon as possible so that work on the road by the township will not be delayed. A long and heated discussion ensued between the fishermen and large boat skiiers on Lake Carlinville. As a result an ordinance was passed to increase the fees on the large boats. Licenses will be as follows: 6 to 10 horsepower, $6 per year; 10 to 18 horsepower, $9 per year; 18 to 25 horsepower, $12 per year; 25 to 40 horsepower, $15 per year; 40 to and including 50 horsepower, $30 per year; 50 or over horsepower, $35. Daily permits were set at $5 per day. The ordinance also permits cer- Carrollton High Class Graduated CARROLLTON — Dr. Frank Marston of Jacksonville, interim pastor of the Presbyterian Church spoke Monday at the commencement program of Carrollton High School at the school gymnasium. The senior address was given by James Hamilton and L e r o y Reeder, commander of the local American Legion Post, presented the American Legion Citizenship awards to Miss Linda Richter and John Baldwin, members of t h e raduating class. The cluss was presented to the group by Louis 2. Schreiter, superintendent of Carrollton schools, and the diplo* mas were presented by Kenneth Byland, president of the board of :ain days and hours for boat skis as follows: Tuesdays and Fridays from 12 noon to 30 minutes before sundown; Saturdays and first and third Sundays from 10 a.m. to30 minutes before sundown. In other action an ordinance was adopted limiting theload of heavy trucks to 16,000 pounds on he following streets: Locust, Orange, southern part of South Plum, and West First South from Plum to Alton Streets. The measure carried by 8 to 2. The annual appropriation ordinance was adopted by the council in the sum of $341,255, approx- mately the same as last year. education. Guy 0. Petty, school principal, announced the honors which had been won during the four years by the members of the Senior class. Class officers were Doris Moushon, president; Carolyn Varble, vice president; Allen Leininger, secretary; Richard Clough, treasurer. Members of the class who are also members of the National Honor Society are Marilyn Edwards, Marsha Journey, Carolyn Varble, John Baldwin, Richard Clough, Robert Gillingham, James Hamilton, John Robinson, Kenneth Standefer and Gerald Williams. Karen Booth was selected by the faculty for the Daughters of the American Revolution award. John Baldwin received the John Phillip Sousa band award. Scholarships were won by the following students: James Hamilton and Terry Hillig, Illinois State Scholarship Commission; Carolyn Varble and Kenneth Standefer, $500 from the Carrollton Bank Scholarship fund; Kenneth Stand- efpr, the J. C. scholarship; Richard McLane and Allen Leininger, the General Assembly scholarship; and Randall Rhoads, University of Illinois competitive scholarship. Rotarians Hear Jack Butler JERSEYVILLE - Jack Butler, former assistant farm adviser of Jersey County, who is now studying for his masters degree in hor- ticuleure, spoke on fruits and plants yroduced in this par*, of the United States at a meeting of the Rotary Club Monday noon at noon at Peace United Church of Christ. Roscoe Randall was in charge of the program. For Final Resting DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Don E. Berman of Des Moines was driving on an Iowa highway between Independence and Ha zleton in the northeast part of the state. 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