Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 11, 1963 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1963 4LTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THRF:K Mostly for Summer Work Schools Accept Low Bids Contracts were awarded Monday by Alton Board of Education for summer maintenance, repair of equipment, printing of forms and purchase of physical education supplies. The largest bid items approved w ere for the summer maintenance program. Successful bidders on painting were a sfollows: Modern Painting & Decorating Co., Alton — Alton Senior High School interior, $5.877; Fosterburg School, interior, $2,743: Lincoln School, exterior, $2,027; Lowell School, interior, $1,977; Lowell School, exterior, $670; Rufus Easton School, interior, $2,247. Robertson Painting Co., East Alton — Fosterburg School, ex- terior. $470. Evers Painting & Decorating. Alton — Milton School interior, $5,1508.25; and Union School, exterior, $318.20. The low bidder on the concrete sidewalk a( MeKinley School was William Beiser of Alton w i I h $636.80. Beiser also was the low bidder on concreting the AKon High School parking area at 63 l /z cents a square fool on about 18,000 square feet, or $11,430. No Telephone Godwin Office Supplies of Alton was awarded (he contract for cleaning, repairing and sei-vicing manual typewriters and adding machines with a bid of S2.021.3S. It was explained that the low bidder on this work was not recom- m City Not Likely to Hike Pay No pay increases are now sight for Alton eity employes. Requests for increases apparently died in the city finance committee, Monday night, when they received no action. Lack of a committee report will leave nothing in Ihe salary mailer for the council to consider Wednesday night. Alderman James Bailey, who earlier proposed a tax on telephones as a menus of financing H pay ineivase, offered another suggestion lasl night. "1 made one proposal which didn't seem lo sit well," said Bail- sy, "now I have another." ; He then proposed that each eity! department head implement a decrease in expenditures for eon- •raclural and capital outlay items sufficient lo piovide a 5 per cent jicrease for employes of his de- partmenl. j Impracticable Committee, members discussed! low the idea might be applied. | nut eventually agreect it would be ! impracticable. Chairman Harry Smith of the I Mice committee sought a budget adjustment, to cost $1.440, by which the number of police corporals would be increased from 8 to 12 so their grade would more nearly correspond lo engineer in the fire department. But John McConnell Jr. objected that if any wage adjustments were lo be made they must wait until all departments were being considered, and Smith's moton lost, 5 to 2. Another proposed budget revision proposing an increase from I $6,560 to $11,578 in Ihe Civil De- \ tense appropriation was laid ov-i er to the Wednesday council meet- ' ing. The added amount, approxi-| mately $5,348 would apply to the! mended because he d n e K not maintain telephone service and his repairman is difficult to contact. Swank Motion Pictures. Inc.. was awarded the contract for cleaning and serving 57 movie projectors, at $627 plus parts. Successful bidders on physical education supplies which included softballs. bats, tennis rackets, and other equipment were Walt Black, Bailey & Himes and Economy Sporting Goods Co. Total amount was $1.261. Purchase of basketballs, footballs, playground balls, soccer and volley balls was held up for further study of the equipment to be supplied. Hanson-Bennett Magazine Agen- cy was the low bidder, at $1.126.05 on supplying magazines to school libraries. The contract for printing of school forms was split he- tween Adams Printing Co.. and East-10 Printing Co. The total was $760.87. Resignations Teacher resignations accepted, all effective July 1. included: Miss Louise Anthony, Edgar D. Ellis, Mrs. Dais y Fair, Frank Harlan. Mrs. Paul Li ley. Lewis Massey. Mrs. Wanda Sue M a y- berry. William Mayberry. Miss Anna Ogden. Miss Elberta Spicer, DeWitt Thomas. James Tyrec and Robert D. Bower. The leave of absence of Herbert Ross, who is working on his doc- torate at the t'nivpisitv of Illinois, u.is extended for one year. Mis* Maxine Stevenson was named director of school libraries. Teachers employed were: Mrs. Jeannetle Bolinger. Robert Cleveland. Miss Carol Fox. John Gerdes. Mrs. Yvonne Hammonds. Marvin Mondy. Michael Rohello. Miss Nancy Roedel. Pete Stavros. William Triiitt, Miss Ruth Ann Waters. Cyrus White and M i s s Isabel Walters. The board heard a curriculum report by C. R. Wright on the retarded training program and approved it for the next school year with the hope that it will help to eliminate the potential school drop-out. Commission Sponsors 7 Weeks T ' .. • A i rr\ • I Instruction in Archery, 1 enms The Alton Park and Recrea- ery classes for the summer. lion Commission at a meeting Monday night tablishing of approved the es- tennis and areh- Thc seven-week program will be conducted by Miss Janet McBrien. The tennis program is scheduled on three days each a week as a recreation instruc-i Win Labor Unioil Pogt week and the archery- two days a week. Miss McBrien will be program j tor. The I June 2-1. paid $70 instructions start i POST-STORM FUN The younger set manages to find a silver lining in the storm that hit the Telegraph area Monday evening. Here they wade in stream created by downpour at Miami Street and Hillcrest Avenue in Alton. James Pickerill Sr. w a s re- eleeted business representative of The commission approved the i Laborers Local 338 of \V o o d Riv- j selling up of a three-week juniorjer in a close election Monday, baseball instruction program. The! Pickerill defeated Earl Fines, starting date and details were 1281 to 273. not complete. ; j ames Pickerill Jr. was re-elect- iMii.v Lease Shelters jer financial secretary-treasurer, Commission president Dr. Gor- defeat ing Calvin Reynolds, 342 to don F. Moore and Park and Rec-j200. reation superintendent Harold; other officers elected in t li r Bean were appointed by the eom-jAFL-CIO affiliated union include mission to examine the possibili-jGuido Calufetti. president: John ly of leasing the playground shel-i Rowland, vice-president; Edward lei' houses at Nortbsidc, O 1 i n,jK Ue h m ,|. Raymond Ferguson and Holfmeisler and Hellrung pi ay-.sieve Boston, auditors and Oscar i grounds. Bean reported to the commission the four shelter houses cost i a total of S3,500 a year to maintain and they are used very little for recreation. The playground area which are used extensively would be maintained. A report from the Peters Canteen Service Co.. which suppliesi B ,~ c _ H6 of m N Fi!lmore st; ; food and dnnk at both golf cours-l Edwardsville took ., pmilane , lt es. showed $B(j7 was spent at Roekj " vara tj O ii" Monday after rounding' Spring Golf Course and $597 \vas, ol ,( morp than 41 years of service spent at Munk Golf course during!. ls ( . hje f jerk in thc , Madison May. t County Highway Department. Receipts tor food and drink atj Erase, probably the oldest coun- each course must total $1,200 forjty employe in years of service, a single month before any money i actually will retire June 30, but goes to the recreation depl. j has accumulated vacation time The canteen service was in- extending until the end of the iBergmann .sergeant-a l-arms. Erase Retires From County \ Highway Post EDWARDSVILLE — Carl W. 3 Hurt at Beltline And Alby Love joy Scholar to Be Grad at St. Louis U. stalled at the start of the golfing season this year and replaced the food service by the Dept. To Start June M Bean informed the group that month. He was first employed in the Recreation i count - v highway department March 14, 1922. by the late W. E. Howden, and following his death in 1937 was retained by the in- organized playground activity will j A widow's son. James Tyson. i will become the latest among the Three persons were injured ear-jLovejoy Memorial Assn.'s schol- tall-oul shelter program. :|y Monday afternoon in an auto-;Hrship winners to complete his William U'arren urged CD needs i mo | 1 j| ( , collision at the Belt line'' s ' uc '' es an< ^ pn ' 01 ' £l profession "shouldn't be shoved aside;" Bail-i. j ..j „ j Friday when he is graduated from ey suggested "Civil Defense wii)j' nc ' V ' lef> ' i the St. Louis University College of tall apart unless it is given more Treillptl r ° "' lacerations a n dip| 1 . n , m . u . y _ support. Clifford Dabbs, former!abrasions were Ernest Bierbaum, He was introduced Sunday after- CD director, contended civil de-;71, Rte. I. Alton, the driver of|noon at Elijah P. Lovejoy Menvr- tense should no! be carried on under a general fund item, but should have separate stalus with- support of a special lax. Alderman McConnell sough I un-: availingly for a revenue source! by which he could obtain an appropriation of $1,500 foi street lighting in Milton area. OK Adding Machine Only budgetary increase ap one car: and Mrs. Pauline Walter, ,")(), of 3100 Humbert Rd., and her grandson, Michael Baly, 9. of 3211 Hawthorne Blvd. Ihe occupants of Ihe second car. According to police, Bierbaum's added." 11 ' mudo streel ajld loft Ulrn into Alb y was stnl(:k b .V the car Reports Items Stolen FromflomeBasement Items reported stolen School, along in Eunice Smith with former wi:v ners of Ihe At the sa scholarships. me lime the latest in I driven by Mrs. Walter. Bierbaum I was charged by police with fail- proved by the committee was one ul ' e to vield '"° ''ig ht °* W ".V- of $100 to provide for purchase; of ai. adding machine for Ihe police magistrate's court. The appropriation of Magistrate 1 George Roberts court was increased to $295. An electric fan had also been asked, but committee members; basement Monday night by decided to try and find a means iv in Delp. 1107 Hill Road, were of supplying one without increas-j listed as a quarter-inch electric ing appropriations. i drill, three cans of aulo polish, Claims audited al the opening!brake fluid, a quart of motor oil, of the committee session includedja dozen shop towels and luo oil the first payrolls of the new ad-jeans. ministraitve year. Aldermen nor-; De , p , ojd ^^ me i|cms we ,, e j mally get pay for two meetings of award publicly his thanks to the the list of those winning the awards, Allen Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Mason, received his certificate and expressed association. He will enter Southern Illinois University. Tyson and his mother, Mrs. Ce- le.ste Tyson, live at, 2415 Washington Ave.. The Masons reside at 1S20 Sycamore. Contributions from six organic- from his! 1 ' 0 "* to Mar- S1 'P dav s Ft. Russell Unit To Meet Thursday EDWARDSVILLE — The Ft! Russell Unit of the Madison County Homemakers Extension; Association will meet at 8 p.m.: Thursday at the home of Mrs.; Merle Prott. with Mrs. Ray' Werts and Mrs. Emma Helm-| kamp as co-hostesses. Mrs. Carl: Urspning and Mrs. Clifford! Kruckeberg will present the major lesson, "Guilding the Child's Character and Moral Development." Hospital Notes EDWARDSVILLE — Four area I residents were admitted Monday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, one patient was discharged begin June 24. Dr. Moore told the commission a contractor and bis staff have examined Ihe old Illinois Termi-j nal depot at the foot of PiasaJThe cumbent county highway superin- A. Kluge of Col- ilinsville. HONOK GUEST MISSING i SCOTTSVILLE, Ky. (API — ; Scottsville Police Depart-! Street and reported, it is run down I men t held a banquet to honor; — and thebest thing to do is lojChief Louis Borders. Someone i raxe it. i forgot to tell the chief, though.: Park Department bills total (instead of being the' honor guest, $22,U48.8fl and Recreation $10,-Ihe was on an out-of-town busi 188.74 for May. jness trip. and one birth Born to Mr. was and recorded. Mrs. Robert the association's scholiu'- fund wore received al Sun cemei'onics. The gifts, to$150. came from the Chalj and Chew Club, the Jolly Ten, Sigma Gamma Rho. Sig Tri Hi, Ihe Merry Hearts, and Ihe Federated Unil Club. a month. This pay, they will be compensated for three meetings, including with May sessions, their organizational session April 27. Pay of aldermen is $15 a meeting. Greek Royalty to Visit Britain Soon ATHENS, Greece (AP)-Premie Constantine Caramanlis has threatened to resign if King Paul and Queen Frederlka don't cancel their state visit to Britain starting July 9, government sources s^tid today. The Queen is reported insisting on the trip although she was har- rassed in London April 20 by pickets demanding the release of) 1,000 Greek prisoners taken during the Communist civil war of 194749. The government denies the convicts involved are political prisoners. taken while he was away from his home between 7:30 and 9 p.m. Heads Youth Barry Seller was elected president of the Salem Presbyterian Youth Fellowship Sunday. Other officers elected include Richard Denolher, vice president; Bruce Burk, secretary-treasurer and Robert Kcrcher, publicity. Diving Boy of 12 Hits Bottom WOOD RIVER — A 12-year-old boy struck his head when he dived into the Wood River swimming pool Monday evening. Ronnie Wilkinson, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wilkinson, Hickory Dr., Wood River, was treated and released al 8:15 p.m. for a bump on his head. Lewis, 1410 Eberhart, a son. at! 11:37 p.m. weight eighl pounds j one ounce. The mother is the! former Donna Netihaus. Admitted were: Mrs. Vera New-j land. 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