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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE One Man, 22 Women 23 Apply for City Job One man and 22 women comprised a group of 23 who have filed for the Alton civil service examination on the position of city accounting clerk. Those who applied were assigned to take the typing phase of the eligibility examination conducted at the-Illinois State Employment Service office. The position of city accounting clerk pays a salary of J265 to $280 a month. Presently the city has one vacancy. Those passing the examinations will be placed on an eligibility list. License Torn Off David Hord of 2411 Hall St. told Alton police Saturday that someone had torn the rear license plate from his car while it was parked in the rear of the 01 i n Mathieson office building in the 1800 block of E. Broadway. AUTO LOANS TO SUIT! "Easy does it" when you refinance your car here. You can choose the repayment plan most convenient to you. PHONE HO 2-9214 or See KENNY KLOOS MIDSTATES FINANCE CO. Sll Ridge, Near Broadway Steel Sliver Left in Head Trapped Between Two Automobiles A 16-year-old Alton boy suffered injuries to both knees when he was trapped between two cars Sunday afternoon. Myron Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hunt, 2400 Birch St., was working on his car when an auto parked behind him was driven forward by mistake, trapping him between the two. He was treated at Alton Memorial Hospital. Man Fined $30; Hit Car Halted At a Stopsign James Lewis, 61, of 1801 Piasa St., was fined a total of $30 and costs on three counts by Police Magistrate George Roberts this morning. He was arrested Sunday night following an auto accident involving his car and a car driven by Mrs. Joseph Kienstra, 675 Whitelaw Ave., Wood River. A police report of the accident indicates that both cars were traveling east on 9th Street near Henry, with Mrs. Kienstra in the car ahead. She stopped for a stopsign at Henry, the report indicates, and Lewis, who was following behind her, could not stop in time. He was fined $10 and costs each on charges of intoxication, a traffic violation and a concealed weapons count. An eight-year-old Wood River boy was struck in the head Sun day with a sliver of steel and doctors decided to leave the object in his head. Greg E. Exton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Worthy D. Exton, 116 14th St., was watching his grandfather, Worthy G. Exton, hit a crowbar with a hammer during re moval of forms from concrete. A piece of the cowbar splintered and imbedded itself above the boy's ear. A member of the family said the doctors believed the eighth-of- an-inch sliver would work itself out of Greg's head, or it could remain where it is without causing any serious effects. Fined $10 After Fight in Tavern Joseph W. Ritchie, of 703 State St., Wood River was fined $10 and costs this morning after pleading guilty before Police Magistrate George Roberts to a charge of peace disturbance. He was arrested at 10:40 p.m. Sunday on a warrant signed by Tom Gineris, owner of the Town Club Tavern, 2400 E. Broadway where Ritchie, according to po lice, was involved in a fight with another patron. Thrown Brick Cuts TWO DIE IN CRASH GRANITE CITY — Two Nashville, of the runway at the Lakeside Airport, Tenn., men were fatally injured in this Granite City. Two other Nashville resi- plane that crashed Saturday just short dents were injured. (AP Wirephoto) Air Crash Near Lakeside Kills Two Nashville Men Scalp of Boy, 5 A five-year-old Alton boy had five stitches taken in the back of his head Sunday after being hit by a brick thrown by a playmate. James L. Gillis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gillis, 3106 Hillcrest Ave. was treated at St. Joseph Hospital. ...of course! HERE IT IS! 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Medical tests proved this formula atops asthma attacks in minutes and gives hours of freedom from recurrence of painful asthma spasms. This formula is so effective that it is the physician's leading asthma prescription—so safe when used as directed that now it can be sold — without prescription in most states . . . Relief Lasts for Hours I —in tiny tablets called Primatene*. These Primatene Tablets open bronchial tubes, loosen congestion, relieve taut nervous tension. All without painful injections. The secret is—Primatene combines 8 medicines (in full prescription strength) found most effective in combination for asthma distress. Each performs a special purpose. So look forward to sleep at night, and freedom from asthma spasnuh Get Primatene at any drugstore. GRANITE CITY, 111. (AP) - A single-engine private aircraft en- route from Nashville, Tenn., to Granite City, crashed just short of the Lakeside Airport Saturday killing two Nashville men aboard and injuring two others. The dead are Macon C. Butts, 42, the pilot, and Virgil B. Holmes Jr., 36, Nashville real estate man. Injured in the crash were Berton Marshall Sr., 45, and his son, Berton Marshall Jr., 16, also of Nashville. Police said the plane crashed just short of the landing strip. Witnesses told police the pilot, Butts, apparently overshot the run way, and was going around for another try, when his engine stalled. Police said the plane was about 100 feet off the ground when it plummeted to earth. Muny League to Meet Oct. 19-22 At State Capital The 50th annual convention o! Illinois Municipal League has been set for Oct. 19-22 at Springfield, and City Clerk Paul Price Friday received a formal notice of the meeting to be referred to the city council. The communication from the league headquarters urges that as many Alton city officials as possible attend the sessions, and suggests that early reservations for rooms for the convention period is advisable. The initial notice gave no details of the program but listed some advance meetings of key committees of which Mayor P. W. Day and City Counsellor .J W. Hoefert are members. Equestrienne's Knee Hurt in Barrel Jump A White Hall woman, 23, practicing jumping her horse over barrels, was injured Sunday afternoon when her left knee struck a barrel. Six stitches were taken In Mrs. Francis Custer's knee at Alton Memorial Hospital. The accident happened on a farm near Shipman. To Talk About Meters Future of parking meters in Alton is slated for renewed discussion when the city council's finance committee holds its regu- jlar meeting tonight. At its meeting two weeks ago the committee laid over a resolution by Mayor P. W. Day proposing that a plan he worked out to replace about 900 out - worn meters by acquisition of new ones. Except for routine auditing of city bills, this same resolution is the only item on the agenda for next Monday's committee session. Meantime, the city council at its last meeting adopted a resolution to sell the little used E. 4th Street city parking lot, near Ridge, and, with the proceeds, set up a fund to retire the last $30,000 off - street parking bonds ailing due next April 1. Such a itep was seen as a prerequisite o any radical changes being made in the present parking me- er system. Ordinance Prepared An ordinance has been prepared for submission to the Council next Wednesday to authorize sale the East End lot. The ordinance would be necessary to implement the sale as proposed by he aldermanic resolution. Also headed for next week's council session is a written pro- est by East End Improvement Association to the sale and elimination of the E. 4th metered lot. In urging retention of the 4th street lot, and opposing its sale, Sast End Improvement Associa- ion also has recommended re- ention and improvement of the meter system. "The membership," says a communication to the council by W. E. Huff, president, "recommends the 4th Street lot be retained, and that' parking meters hroughout the city be kept and used in parking control instead of revenue producers, and that a jrogram of meter maintenance and repair be undertaken with vigor." 'New Vitality' The letter also suggests that elimination of the 4th street lot will add to a future parking problem in the East End "because this section of the Broadway shopping area is showing new vitality and growth, and all off- street parking areas there will be extremely valuable in the future." Mayor Day Friday was engaged in further study of the park- Cuts Hrmd His wrench slipped and Peter Hackenthal, 35, 239 Alben St., cut his hand Sunday afternoon on a freshly - sharpened blade of a power mower. The laceration was closed by seven stitches it 9k. Joseph's Hospital. New Stnnke Owe TOKYO — Japanese dgarett* makers say they will introduC* new brands designed to overcoflM recent cancer scares. •2Q HIRSCH&CO \ 104 W. 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