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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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AUGUST 13, 10ft ALfON EVENING PAGE THREE School Lunch Buses Ended Alton Board of Edupntlon voted Monday night to eliminate lunch time bus runs—shuttling students from schools without cafeterias to schools with cafeterias—to save $5,000 In operating expenses Nike Base Receives Air Award The Nike-Hercules Battery D, 1st Missile Battalion, 62rid Artillery nl Grafton has been named winner of the Robert Ward Berry Memorial Trophy for 1963. The announcement wns made by Lt. General William W. Dick Jr., commanding general of the Army Air Defense Command. The Berry Memorial is presented lo the missile unit demonstrating the highest degree of proficiency in air defense techniques, Lt. General Dick said. Only Nike- Hercules batteries are considered for the award. Selection is based on ratings received from the Army Air Defense annual technical proficiency inspection and the Short Nolice annual practice, With Its administrative and logistical headquarters at Scotl AFB, Belleville, the 1st Missile Battalion has four firing batteries ringing the St. Louis area. One battery is located at Pacific, Mo. The other Ihrec areas In Illinois at Marine, Hcckcr and Grafton. It is the principal combat clement of the St. 'Louis Army Air Defense Command, Unions and Granite City Steel Agree Tentative agreement on a new contract has been reached by the United Steelworkers of America, AFL-CIO, and the Granite City Steel Co., it was jointly announced today by Lloyd McBride, USW sub-district director, and Lyle F. Gulley, Granite City Steel's vice president in charge of operations. They said the-terms of the new contract, which covers approximately 3,100 of the company's employes, will follow the pattern eslablished by the steel labor agreement reached in June between the union and 11 major steel producers. It will include the new expanded vacation plan, improved medical and insurance benefils and a number of j o b protection measures. The agreement, is to run a minimum of 21 months from Aug. 1, 1963, and may be reopened by either party on 120 days notice on or afler Jan. 1, 1965. Covered by Ihe tentative settlement are members of USWP Local unions Nos. 16, 30, 67 and 68. Granite City Steel's 550-acre, integrated plant is in Granite City, Illinois, a purl of the SI, Louis metropolitan area, The company manufactures plates, sheets and oilier flal rolled sleel products, including galvanized sheets and tin 'plate. Barracks 986 Meets At Steelworkers' Hall Alton Barracks 986 Veterans of 'World War I and Auxiliary met Sunday at the Steelworkers Abel Hall and heard reports of the state convention held in Ottowa. Members of the group will attend Ihe district meeting Aug. 18 at the Jersey County fair grounds. Dinner will be served at 12:30 p.m. followed by the opening bus iness session. ••'•'-- YOU CAN BUY IT FOR ABOUT $9,900 Ms what was paid In research ind plant modernization to pra- «ngfowr this steel beauty for assembly at your site. It's such a building bargain, It will'post you about 25% less than conventional construction. And you'll measure orection time In days and week; Instead of 'months, We'd like, to tell you how m can custom design the building you need . . , why HO can warrant it for five-years . , , and how we can finance It for up to ten years. For- all the facts, phone or write, today! OVER 20,000 IN U91! R & R SALES CO. 780 Purl; Dr.. Alton 110 8-8800 In other business at Its regular August meeting, the board reviewed the salary of C. B. ftlppley, school treasurer, , and set It at $2,400 for the year, this was an Increase of $400 over last year. The board also: Approved bids for purchase of canned foods, $3,157.25; Approved bids for purchase of athletic equipment," $7,007.D6; Approved a bid for purchase of 150 tablet arm chairs for the high school and junior high schools at $10.55 per chair; Approved bid for purchase of school and office equipment totaling $3,004.04, of which $601.63 will be reimbursed from the state on National Defense Education Act; Approved bids for purchase of industrial education supplies and equipment, $13,091.44; Approved a bid for 11 months' extermination work in all schools $874.50; Approved bids for purchase of special education supplies, $],340.11.; Approved bids for purchase of art .supplies, $7,107.50; Approved bids for purchase of bakery goods for cafeterias for, the coming year from Colonial Baking Co.; Approved a bid for purchase of 113 window shades, $1,261.49; Approved bids for purchase of books, maps, and globes, $7,544.89, of which $5,253.50 is for elementary schools and $2,292.39 for the high school; Approved payment of bills for painting, boiler repairs, and concrete work, $34,184.33; Accepted a report on high school curriculum, from Macy Pruitt, noting that 56 different courses are offered with a total of 339 sections. Accepted resignations from Miss Palsy Adams, Miss Rachel Modes, Mrs. Norma Fox, and Charles Fox; Approved a one-year leave-of- fibsence for Mrs. JoAnn I-Iamel; Approved a one-semester leave- of-absence for Miss Anastasia Arger; Approved temporary appointment of Mrs. Mary Armstead as a school nurse during the illness of a school nurse; Approved employment of new teachers: Mrs. Dorothy Bank, Mrs. Ruth Ann Brinkman, Mrs. Eleanor Buehrig, Gary Craig, Mrs. Ferne Field, Mrs. Sarah [;Iall, Mrs. Theresa Harris, Miss Nancy Hoffman, Ronald Kelly, Mrs. Lorayne Knille, Miss Connie McCoy, Miss Barbara O'Leary, Mrs. Judith Pyle, Mrs. Linda Rhea and James Edward Lippert. Sideswipes Police Car, Is Charged A 15-year-old boy was charged with a traffic violation and hav- ng no operator's license after sideswiping an Alton police car Monday afternoon. The youngster hit the patrol car after turning on Dunagan St. off 20th St. The car was parked and officers were inside of it. There were no injuries. CANNONBALL ANYONE? Alton Police Sergeant Paul Myers holds on 80- pound cannon ball that was rolled in an alley toward a car driving through early Sunday morning in the 2400 block of East Broadway. The heavy object dented the auto's undercarriage. Police are still searching for the owner of the blue painted object. Burglar Steals Leaves $68 in Register A burglar, who was in too much of a hurry Monday night, got only J4.20 in change for his trouble while loooting an Alton service station. He overlooked $68 in the cash register. ' William Lawrence, an Alton patrolman, in a routine check of the La Pelle's Service Station, 2600 East Broadway, at 1:57 a.m. today discovered the door to the service station open. He found it had been pried. The cash regisler was laying on Ihe floor inside the building. Rolan LaPelle, owner of the stalion, said Ihe change and an electric shaver were missing. During Ihe burglary attempt, the main drawer of Ihe cash register had stuck shul because the eleclric power was unplugged when the thief knocked it over. He had tried unsuccessfully to pry it open. Charge Fairmont Groom With Murder of Wife EDWARDSVILLE — A 51-year old Fairmont Racetrack groom who admitled he brutally beat his eslranged wife to dealh early Sunday was named in a murder warrant issued Monday. Joseph M. Ward was charged in a warrant issued by Justice of the Peace Earl Vuagniaux on a complaint filed by Madison Coun- ly Assistant Stale's AOltorney Joseph Bartylak. The viclim, Mrs. Pauline Ward, a waitress, died from a beating, kicking and choking that broke her ribs and fractured her nose and breaslbone, St. Clair County Kernel* Busy 577 Bills to Be Checked tt.V TOM Correspondent SPRINGFIELD, ILL. - Gov, Otto Kerner in two days acted on 158 hills and reduced the tote! still needing his attention, from 835 to 577. With his schedule of appearances at the Illinois Slate Fair, which continues until Aug. 18, he may not have too much time to read bills this week, but indications are ho will dispose of another 100 or so. Among the more publicized bills still to be reviewed by the governor are those which would provide: A raise in legislators' annual salaries from $6,000 to $9,000, but only if voters approve a Blue Ballot amendment to the stale constitution which would establish annual legislative sessions. An increase in stale aid per pupil to $297 maximum a school year. , An increase in minimum salaries for downslate policemen and firemen. A 15-member commission lo study Ihe use of lax money for purchases on conlraceptive devices which would be distributed in any public aid program. Legislators acknowledged much of their mai lin Ihe session concerned one, Iwo or all these. Didn't Need Signature The Blue Ballol proposal for annual sessions passed by the House, where it was introduced by Slate Rep. Paul Elward, D-Chicago, and Ihen was given Senate ap proval laler. Since Ihis measure was a joint resolution, it does not need the governor's signature. But even if the governor signs the bill raising legislators pay, and if voters do not approve annual legislalive sessions, Ihen Ihe pay raise can nol be given. Thai's because it is contingent upon the annual sessions approval by voters. The bill to hike state, aid has the support of educational associations throughoul Ihe state. Presently, the state aid maximum for each pupil for a school year is ?252. Not in Budget This increase is not in Gov. Ker ner's school appropriations in his budget, and he has said again and again, lhat he will keep his budget in balance with no new taxes, come whatever. There are indications which lead to Ihe conclusion the governor will veto both the legislators pay and the state aid increase bills. However, he himself has* had no recent comment. He told a press conference he would make his mind up only after he read the final form of both bills. Spokesmen for policemen and firemens associations are still op- lirnislic that the governor will Coroner Dr. C. C. Kane reported. Madison and St. Clair counties both entered the case when authorities learned the murder occurred on a lonely road behind the racetrack and the body was found in the trunk of Ward's car in St. Clair County. sign their pay hike bills. They visited him several weeks ago, accompanied by Reuben G. Sodev strom, president of Ihe Illinois Federation of Labor. Repeated Opinion After their conference, (hey said they Ihoughl the governor would approve their legislation and mow recently, they repeated that opinion. It may well be that Gov. Kcrncr will do just that loo. The 15-membcr commission which will be named lo sludy use of tax money to buy contracep live devices for distribution to re clpients of public aid, was actually a compromise bit of legislation. This commission was established by House amendment lo Ihe controversial Senate bill, introduced by Sen. Morgan Finley, D-Chicago would have prohibited distribulion of such devices lo persons on public aid, except to marriec women living with their husbands and then, only if they requeslec such. Alined at Miircinont Finley's bill, you may remember, was aimed against Ihe birth control policy of the then chairman o fthe former Illinois Public Aid Commission, Arnold Mare- monl. Maremont wanled lo make such contraceptive devices available to any woman on public aid rolls Finley, a Catholic and a neighbor of Chicago Mayor Richard Daley gol his bill Ihrough Ihe Senale bul ran into opposition in the House, principally from House Speaker John Lewis who sup ported Maremont's policy. It is considered quite likely the governor will approve this bil since the reporl of Ihe commis sion, which is lo be made no lalei lhan March 1, 1965, is lo be the basis for legislation that will be considered in the next session o: the General Assembly. Disarmament Talks Suspended for Year GENEVA (AP)—The U.S. and Soviet cochairmen of the 17-nation disarmamenl conference have agreed thai negotiations shoulc be suspended until the end of the year. Other delegales ralifled their agreement Monday. U.S. delegate Charles C. Stell said agreement on measures tc reduce world tensions should be left to • delicate diplomatic nego- lialions within the Eastern anc Western alliances. PARTS for ALL MAKES OF ELECTRIC SHAVERS TAYLOR JEWELERS 59 EAST FERGUSON Downtown Wood River J & A Springman HAS YORK AIR CONDITIONERS ON SALE! Godfrey, III. Ph. 4tiS-3«l Best time to make a real buy- RAMBLER'S SAVINGEST DAYS! Get the best values in best-selling Ramblers! 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