Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 7, 1963 · Page 6
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, June 7, 1963
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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1963 ORDINANCE NO. 671 AN ORDINANCE MAKING THE ANNUAL APPROPRIATION FOR THE VILLAGE OF EAST ALTON, IN THE COUNTY OF MADISON AND STATE OF ILLINOIS, FOR THE FISCAL YKAR, BEGINNING MAY 1, 1963 AND ENDING APRIL 30, 1964. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF TKI'STKES OF THE VILLAGE OF EAST ALTON, ILLINOIS. Section 1. Thnt there slinl! bo, nnd hereby is, appropriated to defray thr noressnry expenses and liabilities for the fiscal year begin- the first day of May. A.D.. 1963. nnd ending the 30th day of Gasoline and Oil Radio Rental Uniforms Maintenance of Equipment Clerical Hire Wages Truck Expense 50.00 450.00 500.00 500.00 200.00 200.00 200.00 April A.D., 1964,'of the Villase of East Alton. Illinois. County oflKquipmejit. Madison nnd Slate of Illinois, to be provided for by general tax Total fl. C'onimiinif.v rtnildiiiK Fund Activities Fund 7,900.00 levy upon all real estate and personal properly wil.hin the cor): orate limits of said Village of East. Alton, and revenue oblainer from other sources for the said fiscal year, for the sum of HUNDRED TWELVE THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY ONE DOLLARS nnd 77/100 ($612.181.77). Section II That the sum of One Hundred Fifty-five Thousand Eighty six dollars and 75/100 ($155,086.75), is to be divided and appro priated for the following designated purposes, to-wit: GENEKA1, AND RELATED FUNDS J. Salaries of YillnRe Officials: Village President $ 2.400.00 Village Clerk 4,350.00 Clerk Hire 1.931.00 Stenographic Hire 3.600.00 Village Attorney 1,800.00 Necessary expenses incurred by the Village attorney in the performance of his duties 300.00 Village Trustees 4,320.00 Necessary expenses incurred by the Village Officials in the performance of their duties 2,400.00 Health Officer 50.00 Village Treasurer 2,950.75 President's Secretary 1.200.00 Public Relations Fund 1,500.00 Total 2. Street and Alley Department Wages ' S 1.500.00 Insect Spray Material 200.00 Repair of Sidewalks 500.00 $ 26,801.75 $ 2,200.00 Total 8. Police Department Fire and Police Commissioners Salaries..? 420.00 Fire and Police Commissioners Expenses 365.00 Fire and Police Commissioners Supplies.. 50.00 Salaries and Wages 55,000.00 Maintenance of Vehicles 3,000.00 Maintenance and Rental of Radio equipment 1,400.00 Meals for Prisoners 150.00 Disposal of Stray Dogs 600.00 Telephone Expense 100.00 New Equipment 2,000.00 Supplies and Uniforms 1,700.00 , Miscellaneous Expenses 200.00 Total $ 64,985.00 4. Village Sewer Department Salaries and Wages $ 1.000.00 Materials 500.00 Repairs 1,000.00 Supplies 500.00 New Equipment 1,000.00 Construction Inspector 6,000.00 Total B. Public Buildings Salaries $ 8,800.00 Building Supplies 1,200.00 Heating of Public Buildings 1,000.00 Maintenance of Public Buildings 2,000.00 New Equipment '••••• 500.00 Repairs of Public Buildings 4.000.00 Total 0. Fire Department Fund No. 1 Salaries 7. General Administration Insurance Premiums $ Bond Premiums Printing and Publishing Auditing Dues, Illinois Municipal League Office Supplies Postage Repairs to Office Equipment Telephone Legal Fees Traveling Expenses Incurred by the Village President in the Performance of His Duties Liquor Commissioner's Expense $ 10,000.00 $ 17,500.00 $ 5,000.00 4,800.00 700.00 5.000.00 600.00 250.00 1,500.00 250.00 150.00 150.00 750.00 2,400.00 1,200.00 1 Total 8. Light Fund 1 Lights ' 9. General Elections Salaries of Election Officials 5 Supplies 650.00 200.00 Total $ 17,750.00 10,000.00 $ 850.00 Total General and Related Funds, Paragraphs 1 to 9 inclusive, Section II ... 5155,086.75 Section HI That the sum of One Hundred Sixty-Eight Thousand, Nine Hundred Twenty-Seven and 77/100 (§168,927.77) Dollars is to be appropriated for amount secured from Special Levies made by the Village of East Alton, for the following designated purposes: SPECIAL TAX FUNDS ]. Garbage Contract Hauling 5 26,000.00 Wages 1,200.00 Truck Expense 300.00 Total 2. Playground and Recreation Directors and Supervisors Salaries $ 5,000.00 Wages for Maintenance 1,800.00 Electric Lights 650.00 Electric Repairs 400.00 Playground Supplies 1,300.00 Maintenance 900.00 Improvement to Grounds 8,200.00 New Equipment 1,000.00 Insurance Premium 400.00 Telephone 150.00 Water Purchase 200.00 $ 27,500.00 925.00 1,300.00 General Repairs 3,302.77 Insurance Maintenance 750.00 300.00 Salaries ............................... 13,700.00 Community Building's share of Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund ............ 1,600.00 Supplies ............................... 850.00 Heating ............................... 000.00 Electricity ............................. 450.00 Telephone ............................. 300.00 Total ............................... 10. Firemen's Pension Fund Funds necessary to establish statutory reserve .............................. $ 400.00 Funds necessary to pay annuitants ....... 2,600.00 Total 11. Police Pension Fund Funds necessary to establish statutory re- 24,377.77 3,000.00 2,000.00 $168,927.77 serve TOTAL SPECIAL TAX FUNDS, PARAGRAPHS 1 to 11, INCLUSIVE, SECTION III SECTION rr That the sum of One Hundred Twenty Thousand One Hundred Sixty-seven and 25/100 ($120,167.251 received from various and miscellaneous sources to be divided and appropriated for the following designated purposes, to-wit: MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 1. Water Department Commissioner's Salary ? 5.778.00 Water Clerk's Salary 4.773.50 Treasurer's Salary 2,950.75 First Class Laborer 3,000.00 Labor 2,800.00 Clerical Services 500.00 Repairs and Supplies 10,000.00 Water Purchase 10,000.00 Meter Purchase 3,000.00 Truck Expense 750.00 Office Supplies 1,200.00 Insurance 350.00 Rent 7,200.00 Radio Rental 240.00 Vew Equipment 1,500.00 Auditing 500.00 Water Line Extension 5,000.00 Water Revenue Bonds, due 1963 14,075.00 Engineering Fees 500.00 Travel Expenses—Department Officials .. 250.00 Village's Share, Illinois Municipal Retirement 1,800.00 Total „>. 2% Fire Tax Fund Mew Equipment J 4,500.00 Repairs to Equipment 1,500.00 East Alton Volunteer Fire Department .... 1,000.00 S 76,167.25 Total 3. Miscellaneous Income ncome from Fines, fees, licenses, permits, rents, etc $ 32,000.00 Dividends from stock and interest from bonds which is not restricted to be used for the purchase of new equipment 5,000.00 7,000.00 $ 37,000.00 5120,167.25 Total TOTAL FOR MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS PARAGRAPHS 1 to 3 INCLUSIVE, SECTION IV , Section V The estimated sum of Eight Thousand (§8,000.00) Dollars, is to be received from the rental from the State of Illinois, for Village equipment and cash on hand in the sum of Six Thousand ($6,000.00) Dollars, totaling Fourteen Thousand ($14.000.00) Dollars, to be in addition to the general corporate tax as provided in Section II for the ensuing year, to be used as follows: New Equipment $ 12,000.00 Fencing 1,500.00 Repairs to Equipment Building 500.00 Total $ 14,000.00 Section VI That the estimated sum of Thirteen Thousand ($13,000.00) Dollars is to be received from the various departments of saic Village, for the maintenance of equipment of its department, and to be in addition to the General Corporate taxes provided in Section II for the ensuing year, to be used as follows: Repayment of Loan $ 500.00 Salary 6,000.00 Gasoline and Oil 3,000.00 Parts 3,000.00 Sub Contract Work 500.00 Total $ 13,000.00 Section vn That an estimated sum of One Hundred Forty-one Thousand ($141,000.00) Dollars, including the sum of Thirty-five Thousand ($35,000.00) Dollars on hand, is to be received from the Village Sales Tax and to be in addition to the general corporate tax as provided in Section II for the ensuing year to be divided and appropriated as follows: Village Sales Tax- General Fund Operating Expense $36,000.00 Garbage Fund Operating Expense 5,000.00 Fire Fund Operating Expense 3,000.00 Purchase of Property for Municipal Use 42,000.00 New Buildings 55,000.00 Total $141,000.00 TOTAL APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE, SECTIONS TWO TO SEVEN INCLUSIVE $612,181.77 Total 3. Public Benefit Fund To pay the portion of assessment assessed against the Village for Public Benefits... 4. Street and Bridge Fund Salaries and Wages for Streets $ 18.000.00 Salaries and Wages for Bridges 50.00 Maintenance Material for Streets 9,850.00 Maintenance Material for Bridges 50.00 Maintenance of Equipment 2,000.00 Repairs to Sidewalks 1.500.00 20,000.00 600.00 Gasoline Tools Supplies and Oil 800.00 250.00 500.00 Engineering Fees 1,500.00 Radio Rental Total 5 34,750,00 Estimated amount received from the Township Road and Bridge Fund —15,000.00 Balance Appropriated for the foregoing Street and Bridge purposes from the special tax provided in Illinois Revised Statute in Chapter 24, Paragraphs 696 and 696A) 6. Public Library Books, Magazines and Papers $ 6,000.00 Custodian Salary 1,700.00 Fixtures 1,000.00 Insurance 400.00 Salaries of Librarian & Assistants 11,000.00 Electricity 550.00 Heat 350.00 Telephone 200,00 Auditing 300.00 Repairs and Redecorating 1,500.00 Kent for Library Building 3,000.00 Supplies 800.00 Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund 1,800.00 19,750.00 Total 6. Special Fire Fund (No. 3) Salaries $ 19,000.00 Fire Calls, Volunteer Department 2,500.00 Supplies 600.00 Repairs to Equipment 1,000.00 Gasoline and Oil 300.00 Uniforms 500.00 Rental and Maintenance of Radio Equipment 300,00 New Equipment 2,000.00 Total 7. Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund Village's Share of Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund 8. Civilian Detente 1 )im:lors Salury $ 600.00 Expenses of Director and Committee 600.00 Supplies 500.00 i; M uipmt;nt 4,100.00 28,600.00 26,200.00 $ 9,000.00 Section VIH This ordinance shall be known as Ordinance No. 671 and shall take effect and be in full force ten (10) days after its regular passage, approval and legal publications. Section IX That all ordinances and resolutions and parts of ordinances and resolutions in conflict with this ordinance be, and the same are hereby expressly repealed. Nothing herein, shall be construed to prohibit the redistribution of the funds heroin appropriated, so that the amounts herein appropriated for any express purpose, which shall be later found to be In excess of the amount actually needed for such purpose, and be alloted and added to the amount herein appropriated for any other purpose which may later be found to be less than the amount net-clod for such purpose nor shall the same he construed so as to prohibit the addition of any revenue hereinafter received, which revenue is not at this time anticipated or foreseen to any appropriation hereiibefore made; nor shall anything lu-rnin ho construed to prohibit the right to make such re-distribution and allotment of the funds herein appropriated, when the same have boon found to be greater than the amount specified. Passed by the President and the Board of Trustees of the Village of East Allon, Illinois, at a regular meeting held on the 4th day of June, A.D. 1963. C. A. VANPRETER, President of the Board of Trustees of the Village of East Alton, Illinois. Approved by the President of the Board of Trustees of the Village of East Alton, Illinois, on the 6th day of June, A.D., 1963 C. A. VANPRETER, President of the Board of Trustees of the Village of East Alton, Illinois. (SEAL) Attest: LAWRENCE DARR, Village Clerk. By MILDRED HELM, Deputy. Carrolllon Class Schedules Picnic CARROLLTON - The Golden Rule class of the Methodist Church will have a picnic Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at the city park or, in case of rain, in the basement of the church. Members of the hospitality committee are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carter, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gerson and Dr. and Mrs. R D. Clough No Union liible Schoool CARROLLTON— Announcement is being made this week that there will be no union vacation Bible school this year. Some of the churches which customarily participated in the union school PRESIDENT TO PRESIDENT Bob Jones, right, who was president of his class when a junior at Alton High, kept the position when he passed to the senior rank. He handed the traditional cane and chain to the junior class president, David Brewer, Wednesday night at graduation ceremonies. Jones therefore both received and relinquished the memento. A link is added to the chain and a band to the cane each year and has been done since 1898. Services at Carrollton Announced CA'RROLLTON— "Because God Created" is the sermon theme of the Rev. Charles A. Fradenburgh 'or the 10 a.m. service Sunday at the Methodist Church. The Rev. Dan Vititoe will speak at the 9 a.m. service Sunday at the Baptist Church in Berdan. Dr. Frank Marston will speak on "Standing Up to Life" at the 10:45 a.m. service Sunday at First Presbyterian Church. "The Sheep and the Goats" is the sermon theme of the Rev. John T. Finnan for the 10:30 a.m. service Sunday at the Baptist Church in Eldred. Daily Vacation Bible school will be held the week of June 10 from 2 to 4 p.m. daily and a demonstration pro;ram will be given Sunday night, June 16. The Sunday Masses at St. Jonh's Catholic Church will be at 7, 9 and 10:30 a.m. The weekday Mass will be at 6:30 and 7 a.m The Rev. Kieth Gerberding wiL preside during the Communion Liturgy Sunday at the 7:30 a.m service. At the 11 a.m. service the sermon theme will be "The Possible Impossible. The Vaca tion Bible school will open June 17 and continue through June 28 Hours will be 9 to 11:45 a.m. "The New Birth" will be the sermon theme of the Rev. Darwin Rolens for the 9 a.m. service at First Baptist Church. The BYF will meet Sunday at 6 .m. Teachers will meet Wednesday at and the chancel choir Wednesday at 8 p.m. There will be no service Sun day other than Sunday School in First Christian Church. There will be a meeting of the board of the church and the installation of new officers Friday, June 7 at 7 p.m. The Rev. Dan Vititoe will speak at the 10:30 a.m. and the 8 p.m service Sunday at Mt. Gilead Baptist Church. The Rev. Francis Varble wil speak at the 10:30 a.m. and the 8 p.m. services Sunday at Faith Baptist Church. The Daily Vacation Bible school will be held June 10 through June 21 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. in the new church building. The Rev. Norman Ward wil speak at the 10:30 a.m. and the 7:30 p.m. services Sunday at Zion Baptist Church. The Daily Vaca lion Bible school is now in progress and will close June 14. Injured In Full CARROLLTON — Lisa Ann Steinacher, 6, dnughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Steinacher, fractured a bone in her right foot and injured her left leg when she fell from her bicycle at her home Tuesday evening. X-Rays of the injury were taken at Boyd Memorial Hospital following the acci dent. To Be Christened Sunday CARROLLTON — Karla Louise Harms, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Harms, will be christened Sunday in ceremonies to be conducted at 11 a.m. service in Our Redeemer Luthern Church by the Rev. Kieth Gerberding. Sponsors for the child will be her aunt, Miss Betty Lou Harms of Belleville and her uncle, Everett Eckert of Collinsville. Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Harms will entertain at dinner at their home. Employed in Chicago CARROLLTON— Miss Ann Cunningham, a student nurse at Northern Illinois University at DeKalb, arrived home Thursday and will be a guest until Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cunningham. Miss Cunning- ram will leave Sunday for Chicago where she will be employed for the summer in the Illinois State Public Institution. will have vacation schools indi virtually this year, with dates anc places to be announced. Orientation Meeting CARROLLTON — Charles K. Burnett, assistant superintendent of schools in Greene County, who will be superintendent of schoools in the county Aug. 1, spent Wednesday in Springfield where he attended an orientation meeting for newly elected county superintendents. They were given instruction by Roy Page, the superintendent of the state office of public instruction. Barnett will succeed Mrs. Thelma Wilkinson, who was not a candidate for re-election to the office, having held it for two terms. \ COMBINATION OFFER . . . 2-H.P. Central Air Conditioner and 75,000 BTU Gas Furnace ®599 NO MONEY DOWN— Up to 60 Months to Pay! Sears Roebuck & Co. ALTON, ILL. 5 Jerseyans ToGraduate At Ranken JERSEYVILLE — Five youths from the Jerseyville area are scheduled to graduate from the David Ranken Jr., School of Mechanical Trades in St. Louis this evening. The graduates are: Richard C. Beiermann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beiermann and Stephen Blair McKay, son of Mrs. Irene McKay of Jerseyville; Delby Darr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Darr of Elsah; Francis McDaniels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis McDaniels of Kane, and James E. Wilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wilton of Medora. The Ranken Trade School now in its 56 year was founded in 1907 by David Ranken Jr. as a non profit endowed school. The school offers 14 different courses for young men, designed to prepare them to enter mechanical occupation they may choose. It also conducts a number of evening courses for workers who are employed and unable to take advantage of the day time instruction. Special Projects JERSEYVILLE - The Delhi Baptist Church is sponsoring a Vacation Bible School at the church which will begin June 17 and will be in session each day until June 22 from 9 to 11 a.m. Children from four years through the eighth grade will be eligible to attend. The Church is also planning a special all church potluck supper June 12 at six o'clock with the family of Rev. and Mrs. Daniel Zimmerman as special guests ol the Ladies Missionary Society. Son Born to Meppen Couple JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tepen of Meppen are parents of a son born June 4 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby has been named Mark Bernard and he weighed 8 pounds 10 ounces. He is a grandson of Mrs. Bernard Hagen of Hardin and Mr. and Mrs. Lucal Tepen of Meppen, and is a great grandson of Mrs. Mary Bauman of Michael and Mr. and Mrs. John Hagen of Hardin. The baby is the first child of the couple. Swim Classes Scheduled At Carrollton CARROLLTON—Mrs. Neil Carico will open swimming classes at the McCadden pool Monday and classes will be dally from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Only persons holding member- hip in the McCadden pool will be eligible to attend. There will be classes for women as well as beginners, intermediates and advanced for both boys and girls. Mrs. Caarrico also plans to have a life saving class during the summer. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Miss JoAnn Moore of Carrollton, Byrl McGlasson of Eldred and Mrs. Dorothy nlow of Eldred entered Boyd Memorial Hospital Wednesday as nedical patients. Entering Wed- icsday for surgery was Robert VIoore of Medorn. Miss Goldie Allen of Kane and Miss JoAnn Moore of Carrollton were dismissed Thursday. Attend Camp CARROLLTON — Varsity cheerleaders of the Carrollton Community Unit Higl) School who were sleeted in May will leave June 9 10 remain through June 14 attending a cheerleaders camp at the Illinois State Normal University at Normal. Carolyn Day, a senior, is the captain of the cheerleaders and plus the bonus of A ^ttstnm^^^ with this Blue-chip offering You get both at Piasa. First of all, your saving* are fully and safely insured, up to $10,000. So you get the benefit of no-risk saving. Secondly, your savings at Piasa are actually an Investment in real-estate. So you get the big bonus of outstanding dividends—currently 4.6% per annum—compounded quarterly. Put your money to work where it earns more money—more often. Save by mail—Piasa pays the postage. Shouldn't you be enjoying these advantages, too? Piasa First Federal, State & Wall Sts., Alton, III. For time and temperature, dial 465-4431 PIASA FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Account* iMUrid to $10,000 by FwJiial Swings 4 Loin Insurant Corporation Dividends paid for over 75 consecutive yearsl other members are Jane Freeh, Sue Moellet, Janet Wagonblast and Judy Shanndn. Gift Store Moves CARROLLTON-Anthony Jewelry and Gift Store, formerly located across the street from K.C. Hall on South Main street, has been moved to the west side of the the square and is now open for business in the property owned by Jake Freeh and formerly occupied by the beauty shop of Miss Lois Robinson. The business is owned by Miss Dorothea Anthony of Roodhouse, who operates stores in Roodhouse, Carrollton and Greenfield and will open one soon in the new shopping center which is being constructed near Jacksonville. Carrollton Notes CARROLLTON — Miss Doralee Doyle, a student at Illinois College, Jacksonville, is spending a few days here with her father, Ivy Doyle, before leaving Tuesday to attend summer school at Illinois College. A marriage was issued June 5 in the office of County Clerk Richard McLane \p Charles Dalkert of Waterloo and Miss Marcia Cole of Cerro Gordo. Miss Deanna Wiles, a student at Blackburn College, Carlinville, came home Wednesday to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wiles. Mrs. Henry Byland of Mary- villc, Mo., is visiting her brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. George Andrews. Be alert today, alive tomorrow. TVfro can repair m/ eyeglass -frame.? in the heck's that drugstore^ namo? can we go to bowl a you'll find them there in the YELLOW PAGES Let your fingers do the walking

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