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Section 2 Pages 21*40 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport Comic Classified Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, JUNE 6,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Phone Company Granted Franchise at Jersey JERSEYVILLE — The City Council Tuesday evening granted a 50 year franchise to the General Telephone Co. ol Illinois. The ordinance granting the franchise had been on file the required number of days following its first reading. It was given its final reading Tuesday evening and given unanimous passage by the council. On a motion by Commissioner Kenneth Searles City Attorney Alvin H. Petitt was reappointed. On roll call, the four commissioners voted for Petitt and Mayor James Dolan voted no. The council also voted to reappoint Adolph Schultz as director of Civil Defense at a salary of $1,200 per year based on cooperation with the board of supervisors. The council also voted authority to the mayor and city clerk to sign permits relative to the water line right-of-way in Rosedale Township. The City Engineer and City Attorney were authorized to prepare the necessary survey and legal requisites in the matter of the widening of North Liberty Street from Lott Street to Hollow Avenue. The survey by the city engineer of 18 one-inch water lines was also authorized. The council voted to authorize the enforcement of the ordinance dealing with the issuance of peeking tickets for violations. According to reports there have been numerous cases where the parking ticket has been ignored, and tickets issued since the first of the current month will constitute a starting point for complaints and arrests. The council also took action to establish signs at the intersection of East Spruce and Pleasant Streets regarding the yielding of the right-of-way. Several accidents have occurred this year at that intersection. U. S. Halts Fight on Hungary Recognition UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) —The United States has abandoned the fight it has waged against recognition of the Hungarian delegation in the United Nations since the 1956 Hangarian uprising. U.S. Delegate Charles W. Yost, noting that conditions have improved inside Hungary, refrained in a credentials committee meeting Wednesday from making the usual U.S. motion calling on the General Assembly to take no action on the Hungarians' credentials. Wood River High Hires 8 Teachers WOOD RIVER - Members o: Wood River Community High School District 14 Board of Education during a special meeting Monday night approved the hiring of eight new teachers for the 1963-64 school year and granted salary hikes some employes. The new teachers and subject each Will teach are: Miss Diane Berthoux and Carroll Chamness, English; James Tyree, physical education and driver training Noel Boatz and Harold Eyman, mathematics; Mrs. Alice Drennan, school nurse; Mrs. Inez Roberson, and Mrs. Janice Farrell, girls physical education. A salary increase of $400 was given C. W. Stevens raising his salary to $6,800 for his job of supervisor of buildings and grounds. The salary of the cafeteria director for the next school year was sot at $3,850 figured on a 10 month basis. In other action the board authorized the district to participate in the county cooperative guidance porgram for 1963-64 on a pro-rated basis. Bills totaling $95,784.63 were allowed. 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