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Alton, Illinois
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PAGE EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JUNE 29,1963 ORDINANCE NO. 3177 AN ORDINANCE AMKiNHTNG O H I) ] N A N C K NO. 3170, AS AMENDKP, BKTNG THK APPROPRIATION OHPINANCK FOR TMK CITY OK ALTON FOR THE FISCAL YKAR COMMENCING APRIL 1, 19G3. BK IT OHDAINKD RY THK CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALTON. ILLINOIS: Portion 1. Th;il Orrliminro No. 3170. ;:s amplified, bring thr appropriation ordiiiancr for HIP Cily of Alton for the fiscal year 1M3. shall be amended as follows: (A) Under Corporate Purposes for Mayor and Council: (I)'Arid one <1> Liquor Commissioner at $100.00 per month — $12(10.00; (2) Increase Travel and Subsistence from $5-10.00 to $1520.00; (3) Add an expense account for Mayor and Council in the sum of $720.00. (Bl Under Corporate Purposes for Police Magistrate: (1) Add the purchase of one (11 adding machine — S100.00. (Ci Under Corporate Purposes for Cily Court: (l)'Add one (11 typewriter with accompanying table — $250.00. (Di Under Corporate Purposes for City Comptroller: (1) Add "Advertising for Cily Purposes" — $150.00; (2) Increase Office Supplies and Forms from $783.00 to $1133.00. (E) Under Corporate Purposes add a new heading to be entitled "Accounting" and under same appropriate the sum of $2250.00 for monthly accounting service and reports at the rate of $187.50 pel- month. (F) Under Corporate Purposes for City Clerk: (1) Add "Council Meeting Fees for Deputy City Clerk" at SlO.OO per meeting for 28 nrclings — $280.00; 12) Add "Microfilming Re- Hospital Notes Sl. Joseph's MEDICAL Bon Huston. Pooria. Mrs. Wanda Wrestler, Jennings. SURGICAL Phyllis Percival. 84!) McKinley. Gary Johnson. 317 Mildred. Kieth Blocher. Edwnrdsville. DISMISSALS Mrs. Katie Biznek, Slaunton. Mrs. Delores Bowman, E. Alton. Henry Holliday. 106 Missouri. Claude Johnson, Rte. 1. E. Alton. Mrs. Mary Kratschmer. E. Alton. William Looper. Rte. 2, Godfrey. Kenneth McAfee, Dorchester. Mrs. Joyce Miller, Godfrey. John R. Moore. Roxana. Gary Morgan, East Alton. Mrs. Helen Morgan, East Alton. Miss Nadine Niday, 1006 Ninth. Mrs. Betty Rinkel. Rte. 5, Edwardsville. Emil Schreier. 1208 Central. Larry Sicmer, Batehtown. Mrs. Reginia Striogel. St. Louis. Miss Clara Taul, Hcttick. family Homes Jersey Community DISMISSALS Henry McClusky, Jerseyville. Mrs. Glenn Taviner, Hardin. Mrs. Kenneth Ingersoll, Jerseyville. Russell Jackson, Jersevville. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Hubert Devine, Brussels. Mrs. Lucille Cooper, Kane. Francis Neathame,', Edwardsville cords in Office of City Clerk"-52450.00; (3) Add purchase of "Printer—Reader Machine"—S1050.00. (G) Under Corporate Purposes for City Hall; (1) Add "Electrical Service lor Air Conditioners" — $1650.00; (2) Add purchase of five ait- conditioners at the rate of $30.00 each — $150.00. (H) Under Corporate Purposes for Public Works Administration: (1) Delete the appropriation for Engineering Technician, .5 at $400.00 per month — $2400.00. (I) Under Corporate Purposes for Fire Department: (1) Add "Construction of New Firehouse" — $75,000.00; (2) Add "New Floor for No. 3 Firehouse" — $2,500.00. (J) Under Corporate Purposes delete the "Contribution to Park Fund" in the sum of $1,500.00. (K) Under Corporate Purposes for "Contingent Appropriation" reduce same from $16,890.00 to $12,640.00. (L) Under Corporate Purposes add a new section to be entitled "Insurance" and under same appropriate the following: (1) Procurement of liability in surance for streets and sidewalks —$14,000.00; (2) Procurement of Workmen's Compensation Insurance for Employees—$12,000.00. (M) Under the appropriation for "Street Lighting Purposes" increase electric light and pown' Mrs Evelyn Rowden, Godfrey. -'- from * 1W '! MrS . Peggy Woodman, 1015 Easton. Alma Riddick, 518 E. Fourth. Mrs. Rose Baldwin, 2433 Seminary. SURGICAL Miss Edna Stoye, HOG Beaumont. James Langley, Jerseyville. Charles Maguire. 1102 Douglas. Mrs. Lela Steinberg, Pleasant Hill Mrs. Frances Penning, Roxana. DISMISSALS Mrs. Matteson, 1917 Central. Elizabeth Connoyer, West Alton. Mrs. Iris Gregones, 1100 Washington. Vernon Anderson. East Alton. Wilbert Stevens, 1020 Union. Mrs. Lela Roundcount, Fieldon. Robert Fulton, East Alton. Mrs. Joyce McEvers, 3001 Fernwood. Mrs. Mary Solomon, Wood River. Cynthia Glassey, Edwardsville. Bruce Cullers, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Helen Schaumberg, 420 Carroll. Mrs. Catherine Cannon, Godfrey. Mrs. Gertrude Cope, S. Roxana. John Pen-in, Roxana. John Wright, Godfrey. Roy Skinner Jr., 1318 Fourth. Sally Hunter, Dow. 'Rose Best, 2632 Watalee. Lathelda King, Cottage Hills. Sharon Orban, Brighton. Mrs. Phyllis Naylor, Meadow brook. DESIGN 422 House 1,120 Sq. PL 21,652 Cu. Ft. This House Designed For Living Each major area in this home is keyed to the practical living requirements of the average family. Modest size and simple design with careful attention placed on functional layout gives you a home that will prove a wise investment. Closet and hall placement sep- irates each area effectively for itmost privacy. This is especial- y welcome when you entertain UK! youngsters are put to bed] early. Combined living-dining r o o m las advantageous positioning of 'ireplace and windows. Two built- ns — one for china and one for :ooks. Also vestibule with guest closet complete this well-planned elaxation area. Two large bedrooms and a child's room comprise the sleep- ng wing. Rear bedroom has two closets and cross ventilation. Maser bedroom also has cross venli- ation. Popular sliding aluminum vindows have been used in the sleeping section. Full bath contains vanitory unit. Primarily of brick veneer with frame construction at upper portion of front bedrooms and front wall of living room — this struc-- ture is very smart in appearance. This home conforms to general: FHA, VA and Building Code re-' quirements. You can obtain building plans with a specifications and material list — see order coupon. 42-0' Since fencing helps protect your property from trespassers while t adds to the appearance of your jome. It serves a dual purpose well worth its cost. This reproduction of an authentic Williams- burp picket fence is fun to make incl erect. When painted, it adds an attractive frame to your iiouse. By following the full size pattern offered below you can build this fence at a fraction of retail cost. The' pattern contains nil size templates for cutting 6 different colonial style fence pickets. The easy-to-follow direction lot only tells how to make pickets, but also how to erect a fence t vitli professional results assured. If yort follow directions and wiild the fence in sections, same can be assembled and painted in your workshop or garage, then reeled when weather permits, ; materials pattern specified ire slock size readily available at lumber yards everywhere. Dl- •ection for building and hang- ng a matching gate are included n pattern offered below. Although pattern suggests building a fence 38 inches high, same can be made ligher or lower to suit your needs • BUILDING PLANS • PLAN BOOKS ORDER FORM Alton Telegraph Plan Dcpt. KA3IILY HOMES 2000 Alpha St., Lansing;, Mich. I want items checked: Design No.: .4 sets of Building Plans & Specifications, with Material List $29.75 .1 set of Building Plans & Specifications, with Material List 17.95 .Family Homes Plan Book, postpaid 75 Enclosed find $ for items checked. NAME ADDRESS CITY Zone STATE. (N) Under the appropriation for "Street Cleaning Purposes" in crease the appropriation for "Rental of New Sweeper" (10 Months) from $3,000.00 to $4,800.00. (0) Under the appropriation for "Playground and Recreation Purposes" add a new position of Golf Shop Starter", 1.9 at $1.65 per hour — $6,040.00; and delete "Concession Clerk", 2.32, at $1.25 per hour - $6,040.00. (P) Under the appropriation for General Debt and Interest add the sum of $6,000.00 for "Loss in Collections". (Q) Under the appropriation for Operation and Maintenance of the Sewer Revenue Fund: (1) Add "Monthly Accounting Service" at $62.50 per month $750.00; (2) Increase the Superintendent and Plant Operator from $3240.00 to $4860.00; (3) Add "Engineering Technician" — .5 at $400.00 per month— $2400.00; (4) Add purchase of one (1) tractor back hoe — $10,000.00. Section 2. That the totals and subtota amounts contained in Ordinance No 3170, as amended, be changed commensurate with the changes in the appropriations provided for u above Section 1. Section 3. That Ordinance No. 3176, being an amendment' to Ordinance No 3170, as amended, shall be and tlr same is hereby repealed. That this ordinance shall be n full force and effect after it passage and publication as provid ed by law. PASSED THIS 26TH DAY OF JUNE, 1963. Approved by the Mayor of the Cily of Alton this 27th day of June, 1963. s/ P. W. DAY, Mayor Attest: s/ PAUL A. PRICE, City Clerk. St. Anthony's MEDICAL /Trs. Pauline Stubblefield, Rte. 1, Shipman. Mrs. Luretta Cole, 556 Highland. Richard Sharp, 2418 Main. Louise Hesse, Rte. 1, Godfrey. Frank Snyder, 212 E. 16th. Mrs. Augusta Gallinot, Bethalto. DISMISSALS Mrs. Agnes Holnback, Wood River Mrs. Myrtle Reed, East Alton. Laura Helloing, 440 Fourth. Mrs. Irma Overmier, Edwardsville. Mrs. Dolen Thomasson, 2406 Pow halan. Wood River Township MEDICAL, Mrs. Susie Doerr, 325 Airline Dr., East Alton. Mrs. Dorothy Camp, 409 Oak Dr., East Alton. Mrs. Ollie Robertson, 306 East Drive, East Alton. SURGICAL Mrs. Dorothy Carlton, 237 Centra DISMISSALS Miss Alice Ogg, Roxana. Steven Unterbrink, Rte. 1, Moro Gaetano Ceppenati, Bethalto. Norma McPherson, East Alton. August Stacle, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Mary Courtoise, Cottage Hills. Name Change HINDMAN, Ky. (AP) — James Still, a prominent Kentucky au thor, oflen has lo explain to visi tors the origin of some of Ihe un usual names of communities in his names like Carbon Glow, Handshoe and the like. Recently, ho had to do the same Hardin Doctor \ 7 Divorces TakesResidency hi Psychiatry Greenfield WSCS Plans Tea July 3 GREFNFIELD — Members of le Woman's Society of Christian ervice have made plans for a ea Wednesday afternoon in the ellowship rooms of the Methodist Church. A program and regular meeting .t 2 p.m. will precede the tea. VIrs. Fred Masters, WSCS presi- ent, and Mrs. Russell Riggs will >e program leaders on the sub- ect, "John Wesley's Teapot." Re- ently elected officers will also ak<? part in the program. Mrs. Howard Hobson, Mrs. <eith Sanson, Mrs. G. F. Wilhite, and Mrs. Russell F i n n e y are members of the hostess commit- .ee during the social hour. Plans vill be made for a group of members to attend the district WSCS meeting July 10. Schedule Breakfast GREENFIELD — Mrs. Lynn Kinser will be hostess at a break- ast meeting of the Mary Martha Circle of First Baptist Church at 9 o'clock Friday morning. Mrs. William Lahr will be lesson study leader and Mrs. How- u-cl Cannedy will conduct the devotional service. The hostess for a meeting of the Dorcas Circle Monday night will be announced. HARDIN — Dr. Duane Q. Hagen, Hardin physician, has an-! nounced that he will leave at the end of June for Boston, where he begin a residency in psychiatry at Boston City Hospital He will be chief resident in psychiatry at the hospital which is affiliated with the department of psychiatry of Harvard Medical School. Dr. Hagen's brother, Dr. Gary Hagen, who formerly practiced in Hardin and who has now completed three years of internal medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., will resume his practice here July 1. The doctors are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel lagen of Hardin. Veterans' Picnic . Circuit Court Barracks of World War I vet- rans will sponsor a fish fry Sun- ay afternoon at the Kampsville 'icnic Grounds, starting at 1 p.m. All World War I veterans and heir wives are being invited to ittend this event. thing for a neighbor. They were riding in Still's auto and passed a roadside sign thai read: "Litter Barrel." "Dad burn them highway people," fumed Still's companion "They done changed the name on us. This community has been called Kelly Towne ever since I can rekerlect." J & A Springman HAS A COMPLETE Garden Center Godlri-j, 111. PI). 4WJ-34JI MAGEE CARPET ARMSTRONG vl " vl I-'loors SHERWOOD'S Floor and Wall Covering 1110 Milton—HO 2-3603 NEW CONOCO STATION A new Conoco service station was opened Thursday by Eldon Smith on the northwest corner of Brown and Main streets in Upper Alton. At the ceremonies are from left, Smith, City Judge I. II. Streeper, and Robert Schrimpf, Conoco distributor for the area. ALUMINUM AWNINGS CALL HO 5-5588 & Awning Milton g "Add a Room for § Less Than You Think" I 1 1 If i If 11 1 % UTTER BROS. Lumber Yaid .. COTTAGE HILLS Picket Fence Serves Dual Purpose and tastes. Send 50 cents in coin, check or money order for Williamsburg Fence & Gate Pattern No. 315 to Alton Telegraph, P. 0. Box 215, Pleasantvillc, New York. Send 50 cents additional for new catalog illustrating 300 build it yourself projects and nome improvement Two Carrollton Men Lawyers for 35 Years CARROLLTON — Circuit Judge Clem Smith and Jack McDonald entertained at dinner Thursday evening at Robin Hood Country Club in celebration of their thirty- five years as members of the Bar. Guests were other members of the Greene, Jersey and Scott jounty Bar Associations. Judge Smith was admitted to he Bar in 1928 and began prac- icing law in Carrollton and has continued his practice here. He was elected circuit judge in 1945, which position he now holds. McDonald is a graduate of the Law School of Washington University and was also admitted to the Bar in 1928. He practiced for time in Springfield and Alton before coming to Carrollton in 1932, where he now resides. He is the senior member of the law firm of McDonald and Strickland. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Mr. and Mrs. Larry McKinnon of Hamburg are the parents of a son born Thursday in Boyd Memorial Hospital. Marion Eugene Sibley ol Kampsville entered the hospital Thursday for surgery. Entering Thursday as a medical patienl Tr™i7Ar>r^7TT T TP o ^d Smith of East Alton, from Bil- EDWARDSVILLE - Seven un- Ue Jean Smith; Patricia Lois contested divorces were grant- Manns of Alton, from Larry Rich ed Friday in Circuit Court. Decrees entered on grounds of cruelty were: Juanita Marie Bland of Alton, from Ralph Aller- lon Bland, with the court awarding custody of a child to t h e plaintiff and restoring her former married name of Beckham; Connie Marie Combs of Wood River from George Randolph Combs, and custody of two children awarded to the plaintiff; Betty Radford, from Vernon Radford, with the plaintiff's maiden name of Turner restored; Gaile Poos of Edwardsville, from R. W. Poos, and the plaintiff retaining custo- .rd Manns, and the plaintiff awarded custody of two children Phyllis Ann Blattel of East Alton :rom Darrol Blattel. HARDIN — Calhoun County dy of two children. SYDNEY — Australia's new alu- ninum facility is reported to have cost ?16 million. Three divorces granted on proof of desertion were: Harry Rich- Need Some Point, Noils, HARDWARE SUPPLIES? BETHALTO BUILDERS SUPPLY OPEN SUNDAY 9 to 1 Meet a little gal with a room all of her own! Our home improvement loans are tailored for growing families. Come in and discuss your plans with us and let us show you the advantages of our loans. AN ASSOCIATION The "Time and Tempera/tire" Corner Broadway ut 1'iusu, Phone HO 5-7781, Alton, Hi, 5 YEARS TO PAY! No Money Down! • Finish Attic • Add Room Partitions • Floor and Ceiling Tile • Any Other Home Improvements ZIMMER HOME IMPROVEMENT AND HARDWARE CO. 106 Milton Ph. HO 2-0576 as Frank Phillips of Greenfield. Dismissed Friday were Miss ertrude Arnold of Greenfield and )rville Guilander Jr., of Jersey- ille. WE SELL HEATING HAPPINESS Janitrol ™*^ Comfort at a comfortable price is our specialty! •. ?,-,w:ur^-j?" CAMP 1126 Milton Rd. fer, >:a;;;,,i;A*: <-• Electric and Heating HO 2-92871 books. Add 25 cents for Special Handling. Copyright 1963, Donald R, Brann GUTTERS? All Work Guaranteed ALTON SHEET METAL 103 Central 402-0600 FOR KITCHEN AND BATHROOM WALLS, WOODWORK, CABINETS KEM-GLO ENAMEL HARTFORD LUMBER CO. HAKTFORD. ILL. Dial CL 4-3622 or CL 4-1821 BETHALTO LUMBER CO., Inc. "The Friendly Yard" We deliver on Saturday/ ft New Room » Siding Roofing Guttering ; Insulation No Money Down LABOR CAN BE INCLUDED Garag* Millwork Cabinets 5 Years To Pay 403 N. PRAIRIE, BETHALTO Phone DU 4-9131— Evenings DU 4-3261 or DU 4-3571 PHONE NOW! CYLINDER OR BULK • Domestic • Commercial • Industrial • Bulk Tank Sales and Rentals ALTON I1O 2-2765 — EDW. 656-0132 V^_J^V*f >— \ 911 MILTON ROAD Alton, Illinois Budget Terms DOES THIS NEW CHRYSLER IMPERIAL ROOM AIR CONDITIONER DELIVER COOL AIR 50% FARTHER WITH 46% LESS NOISE? SMOKE TEST DEMONSTRATES HOW NEW CHRYSLER AIR CONDITIOHEI PROVIDES BETTER AIR PISTKIBUTIOM Never before has any air conditioner offered so many • outstanding quality features,,.SO ECONOMICALLY • 1. Double-insulated bulkhead. 2. New corulensate disposal system 3. Reverse-flow condenser fan. 4. Exclusive Maxi-Fin coils. 5. Lifetime, inner cabinet. 6. Low-noise, dual-speed blower. 7. New, unitized chassis. 8. Styrofoam-insulated base pan. 9. Permanent, washable filter. 10. Exclusive Air Door. 11. Positive lever action vent control, 12. Easy- to-use controls. ALL THESE FEATURES, PLUS EXCLUSIVE CONVERTIBLE DECORATOt FRONT. The tweed-textured steel panel can be used as IE...or easily converted by painting or cover* ing with fabric! EXCLUSIVE WEATHER SEAL. The only air conditioner with weather* tight seal'-you needn't cover or remove in winter. EXCLUSIVE UNIVERSAL MOUNTINO KIT. Quick, easy installation you can handle yourself. MeeU «M safety requirement!! CHRYSLER A t R T C M P A O«vi»Hin v* Chf>»*' CtKpef* TRENT LIGHTING SPECIALTY CO. 117 Cedar Lane—East Alton CL 9-2895 O Commitments given within days — sometimes hourt. You deal with folks you know — who are interested in you. >• Borrow up to 80% >• Terms to 25 Years > Money Saving Features >• Rent-size Payments INQUIRE TODAY We are as near as your Mail Box . .. Postage Paid Both Ways. ifizens crvmgs and LOAN ASSOCIATION 325 Smith Ave. EAST ALTON DIAL CL 4-3842

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