Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 18, 1963
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THURSDAY, JULY 18, ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Half-a-Million Paid in May By IPAC to 10,606 in 5 Counties More than half-a-million dollars In cash was paid in May by the Illinois Public Aid Commission to 10,fiOfi persons on aid In the five-county area covered by the Telegraph, a report released Wednesday said. The total number of persons receiving* aid and Ihc total amount of money received In each of the five counties Is as follows; Calhoun, 3fi3, J2UOO; Greene, 9(M, $(iO,lG3; Jersey, -101, $2(i,fi8<l; Ma- eottpln, 1,301, $fifl,G11; and Madison, 7,487, $324, <IO(i. In Calhoun County 139 persons on old age assistance received a lolal of $12,142 with 139 persons receiving $4,761 in aid to dependent children, and 50 persons receiving $1,471 in genera! assistance. There wore 423 persons on old age assistance in Greene County thai received a. total of $3(5,655 with 3(iO persons receiving $13,(ifi4 in ADC, and 85 persons receiving $1,784 in general assistance. Old age assistance was paid to 22(i in Jersey County in Ihc amount of $17,622, with 157 receiv- ing $5,203 in ADC, and R9 on general assistance getting a total of $582. In Macoupln County 525 persons on old ngc assistance received a total of $39,227 with 437 persons receiving $15,103 in ADC, and 237 receiving $8,449 in general assistance. Madison County, with the largest amount of persons receiving aid of I he five counties, had 1,020 persons receiving a total of $8(i,4(55 in old age assistance, 4,803 receiving $178,597 in ADC, and 1,290 getting $29,913 in general assis- a nee. in Nostril A four-ycnr-old Godfrey boy (old his mother n pebble 'flipped up' and lodged in bis nostril but his mother thinks he put the stone there. Ned Nilsson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Nilsson, 4 Northrnoor PI., Wednesday was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital whore Ihc rock was removed. Little Boy Takes Swig of Perfume A mother decided to have hortaken to Alton Memorial Hospital son's stomach pumped out after he had drank some of her perfume, oven though "he smelled good," she said. Scott Weiss, 1, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rocky Weiss of Denver, Colo., drank about four tablespoons of the perfume and was Local Improvements Board Reorganized 011 Old Lines Alton's Board of Local Improvements as provided for under aldormanic form of city government was reorganized today and held Its first meeting in the office of Mayor P. W. Day. Tot Suspected of Eating Rut Poison A 14-month-old Belhalto boy, Wednesday night got his stomach pumped out, after it was suspected he ate rat poison. Mrs. William R o b b i n s, 103 Hampton St., found her son, Terry, in a closet where she had placed the poison. She said the small particles of poison were gone and her boy denied taking them. Mi's. Robbins rushed Terry to Alton Memorial Hospital where he was treated and released. Jobs Open For Postal Substitutes Applications for substitute clerk and substitute carrier in the Alton Post Office will be accepted until further notice, Pdstmaster Harolc Klinke announced today. However, he said, applicant filing on or before the cutoff date of July 31 will be scheduled first for the written test and eligible? will be entered on the register Those rated ineligible may re-ap ply for the examination providec the announcement has not beer closed. Applicants must reside withii the delivery area or be bona fidt patrons of the Alton Post Office Persons employed in the post of fice will be considered bona fide patrons. The minimum age limi for these positions is 18, Klinke said, but this limit is waived foi high school graduates. The starting rate of pay is $2.2t an hour with increases up to i maximum of $3.14 an hour. Klinke said postal employment offer jol security, liberal vacations, paic sick leave, low cost life and heal!I insurance, an allowance for Ihosi uniforms, promotion opportunitie. and good retirement. Fingers Burned Mrs. Donald Harrison, 143 E Maple St. in Hartford, burned the liners on her right hand in ho grease Wednesday morning when she was preparing break fast. Mrs. Harrison's injuries were treated at St. Joseph's Hospit; and she was released. Under provisions of the city administrative ordinance and Illinois law, the board is composed of Mayor Day as president, Pub- c Works Director Paul A. Lenz, ml Street Supl. Lucian Harris. A a y o r Day appointed Assistant ity Engineer Gerald Bacus as ic board's secretary, and City tlorney John T. Roach will be s legal adviser. Three initial actions were taken y the board during a general re- iew of the local improvement iclure. (1) 11 voted to activate an as- essment to provide for sidewalks n Rodgers Avenue in the section el for widening and paving un- er an MFT appropriation. (2) It decided to reactivate the local improvement for the Krum- Denny sanitary sewer, which has lain dormant for about two years after bogping down under court contentions over the assessment. (3) It ordered a renewed study of the Riverview - Shelly-Topping sanitary sewer which was tem- ,onirily shelved after assessment, largely because of high cost. Public Works Director Lenz, who is also city engineer, said Hint in review of the Riverviow- Shclly-Topping improvement, ah effort will be made to revamp it into a m o r e equitable project more readily attainable. The improvements board as now compsed will supercede a manager-form board composed of civilian member. KRAMER'S 31st ANNIVERSARY AIR CONDITIONER SPECIAL! BEG DELUXE MODEL Full Temperature Control High Capacity, Automatic 6,100 BTU MRB 117 KRAMER ELECTRIC CO. 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Abormithy, 821 Pine had been suspended previously. 3rd St.. both of fcnst Alfoti, cd suspensions, All rnt-clved t\V6* tnonth suspensions cxwpt Myers, who received n three month suspension. Joseph W. Hichlo, 125 2nd St., Roxnnn, was Issued n probationary driviriR permit. His license Guardsman Superired 3 3 -Month Guarantee 1VYLON TUBELESS BLACKWALLS tires No Trade-In Requried! 7.50x14 Plus Tax Tubeless Blaclavalls Size 7.50x14 8.00x14 8.50x14 Reg. No Trade In Price for 4 Tires, Plus Tax 123.80 131.96 143.92 Sale Price For 4 Tires, Plus Tax 92.85 98.85 107.85 Tubeless Whitewalls Size 7.50x14 8.00x14 8.50x14 Reg. No Trade In Price for 4 Tires, Plus Tax 141.80 149.80 161.80 Sale Price For 4 Tires Plus Tax 106.35 112.35 121.35 This is our best, premium nylon tire and the safest, longest- wearing ALLSTATE tire we have ever designed for you. Greater tire milage and more skid resistance than any other ALLSTATE tire. 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No Trade In Price for I Tires, Plus Tax 110.80 127.80 185.80 Salt* Price For 1 Tlri-H 1'lu.s Tux 89.85 95.85 101.85 Compact Si/os (5,00x13 6,50x18 (5,00x15 "6,50x15" U7.80 101.80 101.80 105.80 78,85 70.85 7(i.85 70.85 Shop at Sears and Save Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back ALTON Phono HO 5-5511 uouits Man,, Tliurs., and Fri, U to 0, Other Days 0 to 5,

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