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tUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE Obituaries Osborn Alfred "ffcd" Osborn, 50, of 1352 Diatia Sd, Cottage Hills, dted at 6:20 a.m. today in St. Joseph's Hospital, Alton, after a short illness. .-' He W<»8 born July 24, 1913, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Osborn, Alton. SurVlvprs include his widow, Helen; one son, David Oshorn; two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Schroeder of Godfrey and Mrs. Leona Rocha of Alton; two nieces and one great-niece. He was a member of the Team- stersAMon end was a truck driver employed by R. and R. Construction CO., Alton. He was a long-time member of the Alton Eagles Lodge. The body is at. Smith's Funeral Home, Alton', where funeral arrangements are pending. aught in SS. Peter & Paul's school, Alton, and at. .Wood River and Collinsville. She was : horn in Decatur, a daughter of the late .Mr. and Mrs. John Durbin. She entered he, Ursuline Order at: Alton in 910 and hiade her final ; profes sion of vows on Jtlly of 1913. Mother Adelaide celebrated icr golden jubilee in Alton at the convent and her 50 year anniversary in the Ursuline Order was celebrated at Spring- ield at the close of school there n May. Survivors are two sisters, Mrs, E. A. Nichols and Mrs. Nora Yarnell, Decatur, and nieces'and nephews. Gray Mrs. Rose Gray, widow of Bartlett Gray, died at 10:45 a.m. Monday in St, Anthony's Hospital where she/ had been a patient since October of 1962. Before entering the hospital MrSi Gray lived at the Worden apartments on Washington Avenue. She Was born in Alton, Aug. 21, 1885, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Daugherty. She was married in 1906 at Keokuk, la., tt^'Mr. Bartlett. Her husband, an attorney, died in 1944. Survivors are a sister, Mrs. John Sewell, St. Louis; four nieces. Mrs. William Leonard, Alton; Mrs. John Cragen, Mrs. Helen Johnson, and Mr.s. Joe Stewart, St. Louis, and three nephews, John Sesvell Jr., St. Louis; Norman Day, Warsaw, Ind., and John Hale, Alton. Mrs. Gray was a member of First Christian Church and pastor of the church, the Rev. J. W. Jordan, will conduct funeral rites Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in Smith Funeral Home, Alton. Entombment will be in Grandview Mausoleum, Alton Cemetery. A sister and four brothers died previously. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be after 6 p.m. Wednesday. Mother Adelaide Funeral services will be held Thursday at 8:30 a.m. in the Ursuline Convent on Danforth Street for, Mother M. Adelaide, an Ursuline Nun, who died Monday after collapsing in a classroom at SS. Peter & Paul's school in Springfield where she was a teacher. The Rev. Harry Watson, the convent chaplain, will be celebrant of the Requiem High Mass and will officiate at committal rites in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Visitation hours, at the Alton convent will be after 3 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral arrangements in Alton will be in charge of Staten Chapel. A Solemn Requiem Mass will be sung in SS. P e t e r and Paul's Church, Springfield, Wednesday at 9 a.m. previous to bringing the body to Alton. Mother Adelaide celehrated her 50th year as an Ursuline Nun and her 41st year as a teacher in the Springfield schools last May, She also had Mrs. Rose Mario Holoman, vife of Joseph Holoman of 1419 May St., died Monday at 6:30 p.m. in St. Joseph's Hospital where she hud been a patient or two months. The former Rose Marie Connors, she was born June 2,1929, n Allon, to the late Mr. and Mrs. James Connors. Survivors beside her husband are four daughters, Violet, Jane), Denise, and Annette; our sons. Jessie, Joel, Jarvis, and Roger, all of Alton; a sister, Mrs. Berniee White, Carrollton, VIo., and seven brothers, Jesse and Louis Connors, Chicago; Aaron, Sacramento, Calif., and William, Henry, George, and David, Alton. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 1 p.m. in Church of God in Christ by the Rev. H. H. Webster. Burial will be in Alton Cemetery. The body will be moved from Russell Chapel to the church Friday where friends may call after 7 p.m. AMPLK PARKING FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE Holoman Sherman Funeral Time Changed A change has been made in the time of funeral services for Sye Scanlon Sherman, 64, of Rte. 1, Bethalto. ' The Requiem High Mass will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in St. Patrick's Church instead of 9 a.m. as was previously planned. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The body is at Staten Chapel where friends may call after 7 p.m. today. Simpson Interment To Be in Jersey Funeral services for Mrs. James Simpson, 82, who died Sunday at Manhattan Beach, Calif., will be conducted Thursday at 10 a.m. in Morrow-Quinn Mortuary by the Rev. Robert Simpson, pastor of First Methodist Church. Burial will he in Hartford Cemetery, Jersey County; Visitation hours at Morrow- Quinn Mortuary will be after 6 i.m. Wednesday. Alonzo Saville and two brothers, died previously. Mrs. Bell was born at Glen larbon; Feb. 4, 1905, and moved -vith her parents to Staunton when she was an infant. She at- ended the Staunton schools and following her marriage, Aug. 31, 1940, moved to Carrollton. The body is at Mehl Funeral Home where friends may call Wednesday evening and until time of the funeral. Rites are scheduled for Friday afternoon in Carrollton 'resbyterian Church. Ewing John R. Ewing, 50, a salesman at Klein Cadillac Co., died at 2:45 a.m. today after he had been taken to Alton Memorial Hospital and admitted at 12:25 a.m. A resident of 806 Ewing St., East Alton, he was the son of the ate Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Ewing and Was born in Carrollton June i, 1913. He married Mary Haynes n Alton, Oct. 30, 1943. Ewing was a member of the Baptist Church and the Masonic .xxlge in Wood River. Survivors, in addition to hi widow, Mary, are five brothers Emil, Orvil, and Willis, all o: East Alton; Paul, San Diego Calif.; and Earl, Alton. Also sur viving are a sister, Mrs. Kather ine Turner, Alton; and two half- brothers, Thomas and Robert Ew ing, both of Alton. Funeral arrangements are pend- ng at Smith Funeral Home, Al Bell Newt of Grain* Prices Show Firm CHICAGO (AP) - Prices were mostly firm to strong In the grain futures market In the early afternoon today as speculators became active bidders in a broad move to cover short positions on the Board of Trade. Rye was up more than three cents a bushel at the peak. Soybeans and new crop corn were ahead major fractions or more. Carlot receipts today were estimated at: wheat no cars, com 40, oats 5, rye 5, barley 9, soybeans none. CHICAGO (AP) -- No wheat or soybean sales. Corn No 1 yellow 1.34; No 2 yellow 1.34; No 4 yellow 1.30%; No 5 yellow 1.28'/ a ; sample grade yellow 1.25U. Oats No 1 heavy white TO 1 ^; No 2 extra heavy white 69%. Soybean oil 8n. Prev. High Low Close close Wheat Sep Dec Mar May Jul 1.86% 1.86& 1.84V a 1.901/2 1.89% 1.901/4 1.89% 1.92 1.87 1.91% 1.92 1.86% 1.87 1.91% 1, 1964 Sep Corn Sep Dec Mar Johnson 1.58% 1.57% 1.58% 1.58% 1.60% 1.59% 1.60% 1.60% 1.24% 143% 1.24% 1.24% 1.13% 1.12% 1.13% 1.12% 1.16% 1.15% 1.16% 1.15% Flower Show Competition Is Open to Exhibits of Public May 1.18% 1.17% 1.18% 1.17% Mrs. Minnie Johnson, 61, of 401 Dry St., East Alton, died at 7:45 a.m. today in St. Anthony's -lospital where she had been a patient-since Sept. 3. A daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt Lieneman, she was born Feb. 27, 1902, at Alhambra. She was married to Walter Johnson in 1939. Her husband died in 1953. She was a member of the Baptist faith. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Norman Hamann, East Alton, and Mrs. Arnold Meyer, Alhambra;, a son, Leroy Baun- demeier; a brother, Herman Lieneman, St. Louis; four sisters, Mrs. Elsie Nolle, Edwardsville; Mrs. Julie Johnson, Alton; Miss Annie Lieneman, St. Louis, and Mrs. Christina Lacout, Wood River, six grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. The body is at Smith Funeral Home, Wood River, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday, and until 11 a.m. Thursday when the body will be taken to Whitelaw Avenue Baptist Church, Wood River, for services at 1:30 p.m. to be conducted by the Rev. A. A. Cap- Jul Oats Sep Dec Mar May RYE Sep Dec Mar 1.20% 1.19% 1.20% 1.19% .65% .70% .70% .65% .68 .697 8 .69% .65% .68% .70% .70% .65% .68% .70 .70 1.33% 1.30% 1.33% 1.29% 1.39 1.35% 1.38% 1.35% 1.40 1.37 1.39% 1.37 May 1.38% 1.36% 1.38% 1.36% Jul 1.33% 1.31% 1.33% 1.31% Soybeans Sep Nov Jan Mar May Jul Aug 256 2.53% 2.55% 2.54 2.55% 2.52% 2.54% 2.52% 2.58% 2.55% 2.58% 2.56% 2.62 2.59% 2.61% 2.59% 2.64% 2.61% 2.64 2.61% 2.65% 2.63 2.63% 2.62 2.651/g 2.62% 2.63% 2.60% CARROLLTON—Mrs. Thelma Bell, wife of Laverne Bell, died at 1:45 a.m. today in Boyd Memorial Hospital where she had been a patient since April. She was 58. The former Thelma Saville, she was a sister of Misses Lillian and Gladys Saville, and Harry, David and Eugene Saville, Alton, and of Mrs. Ernest Crane, Edwardsville, and Mrs. Casimir Flick, Warroad, Minn. A son, Paul of Champaign, a child of a previous marriage, and three grandchildren, and her husband also survive. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. STREEPER ron. Burial will be in Cemetery, Alhambra. Salem Clem FUNERAL HOME 1620 WASHINGTON Mrs. Betta Angeesita Clem of 1228 E. Broadway was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Joseph's Hospital at 5:30 a.m. today after she became ill at her home. Mrs. Clem, who was 50, had suffered from a heart ailment since, childhood, and had been under care of a physician for some time. She was born Feb. 15, 1913, at Como, Italy, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Angeesita. She came to the United States at the age of four and had lived in Florida before moving to Alton 10 years ago. Mrs. Clem was a member of the. Eagles Lodge, Wood River; the Auxiliary of the Amvets of St. Louis, and Alton Local of Restaurant and Waitresses Union. Surviving are her husband, Eu- ;ene Clem, to whom she was mar- ied Feb. 12, 1963, at Acapulco, Mexico; two sons, Melvin Phelps, Brighton, and Jerry Manu, Texas, children of previous marriages; two brothers, Mike Sita, Altpn, and George Sita, West Alton, Mo., and four grandchildren. Funeral rites will be conducted Thursday .at 11 a.m. in Burke Funeral Home followed by burial in St. Joseph's Cemetery. The Rosary will be recited Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be after 3 p.m. Wednesday. Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) - (USDA) - Hogs 10,000; mostly 25 lower; 190-270 Ibs barrows and gilts 15.65-16.35; sows 275-600- Ibs 13.00-15.25. Cattle 4,500; calves 400; slow; not enough to establish market; top on steers 24.50; top on heifers 23.50; utility and commercial cows 13.50-16.00; bulls utility to good 16.50-18.50; good to choice vealers 22.00-31.00. Sheep 1,200; weak to 50 lower; good to prime lambs 18.00-20.50; cull to good shorn ewes 5.00-75. Prices on 16 Mutual Funds Following is a list of 16 mutual, investment fund stock quotations provided to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook Co. through its Alton office. These stocks are selected on the basis of their sales and ownership in the area. The quotations are yesterday's closing. "The Garden is My World" will be the theme of the Alton Horticultural Society flower show to be staged Thursday (rom 2 to 9 p.m. at Godfrey Civic Center. The public may submit exhibits and prizes will be awarded to exhibitors accumulating the most points in their class. A points scale has been set up for ribbon awards in each class. Classes in floral arrangements will be set up. Committee chairmen have been selected for the show. Ray Montague is president and Mrs. Art Buettner is general chairman. Named to committees were: Mr. and Mrs. John Farnsworth, annuals; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clau- seu, perennials; Mrs. Homer Graves and Mrs. Irvin Dingerson, African violets; Irvin Dingerson, roses; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Orth, arrangements; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hockstuhl, house plants. Also named to committees were: Mrs. Roland Wilhelm, Mrs. John Ortlebb and Mrs. Louis Gerson, antique and hobby table; Mrs. William Walters, Mrs. Vern Vanausdoll, Mrs. Ann Rotsch, and Mrs. Earl Hessenauer, country store; Mrs. Allen Cooper, Mrs. E. C. Bonn, Pastry Stand; Mrs. George Thompson, Mrs. Barbara Kinser, Mrs. Ray Simpson and Mrs. J. G. Rigg, sale of plants and white elephant stand; Charles Gerson, Mrs. Fred Weinman, fruits and vegetables; Other committee members are: Mrs. William Crbfton, Mrs. Ross Backus, Mrs. John Jacoby, Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan, Miss Agnes Hyndman, Mrs. Everett Backus, Mrs. John Baker, Mrs. L. E. Cutforth, Mrs. Bessie Talley, kitchen; Mrs. Clifford Krug, Mrs. John Farnsworth and Mrs. Walter Wood, guest book. In charge of staging, set - up and dismantling are Henry Backman, Irvin Dingerson, Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hockstuhl, Mrs. Homer Graves. Registration will be handled by Mrs. George Sewell, Mrs. Fred Clausen, Miss Esther Heitzman, Mrs. Hugh Jones and Mrs L. Wallerman. Clerks will be Mrs John Vollmer and Mrs. Herman Schueler, Mrs. Homer Graves and Mrs.. Fred Weinman will be in charge of ribbons. EDWARDSVILLE - The Board Education of Edwardsville ommunity Unit School District 7 !onday approved a plan to seek grant from the state to aid de- lonstration programs for talent- d and gifted children in the ele- lentary and junior high school vels. The junior high school earlier as selected as one of nine chools in the state for experimental projects by the Universi- • of Illinois in work with the fted and accelerated child. In the program in Edwards- ALTON ROSE GRAY Services 2:30 p.m. Thursday Funeral Horn* WOOD RIVER MINNIE JOHNSON 'Services 1:30 p.m. Thursday ' Whitelaw Ave. Baptist Church JOHN B. EWING Arrangements pending. ALFRED OSBOBNE Arrangements pending, ALTON-WOOD RIVER BETHALTO Dickinson News of Stocks Steels, Motors Up Asked. 9.15 15.82 15.33 13.35 3.90 10.21 18.28 16.97 11.22 5.95 4.82 17.03 9.41 (ex-div.) Nation W. Sec. .. 23.32 24..15 Nat. Inves 16.05 17.35 Issue. Bid. Affil. Fund 8.46 Broad St 14.63 Bullock 13.98 Capit. Shrs 12.18 Divid Shrs 3.56 Fid. Cap 9.39 Fid. Fund 16.86 Fid. Tr 15.61 Fund Inv 10.24 Keystone K-2 .... 5.44 Keystone S-4 .... 4.41 Mass. Tr 15.58 Mass. Grth 8.61 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1:30 p.m quotations of 12 New York Stock Exchange issues, research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area, as supplied to the Telegraph by Newhard, Cook & Co., from its Alton office. (The New York Exchange closes at 2:30 p.m. (Alton time), so these are not the closing quotations): AT&T 124%, Gen. Motors 77, Granite City Steel 28Vi, Olin Mathieson 42Va, Owens-Illinois 82 Shell Oil 48%, Sinclair Oil 48, Socony 72%, Standard Oil (Ind.) 64%, Standard (NJ) 70V 8 , U. S. Steel 55%, Sears 97. NEW YORK (AP)—Motors an steels were strong as the stoc market rallied late this alternoo following favorable action by th House Ways and Means Commii ee On President Kennedy's $1 billion tax cut bill. Trading wa 'airly active. Volume for the day was esu mated at 5.2 million shares com pared with 5.03 million Monday Key stocks rose from fraction o about a point. Ford, up more than a poin' and General Motors, fractionall ligher, touched new highs. Chrys er recovered a couple of points remaining below its high. Jones & Laughlin advance more than a point while U.J Steel, Bethlehem, and Republi Steel added fractions. Rails perked up, and move ahead. U.S. Smelting halved a dro which went to half a dozen point at worst. Parke, Davis made a strong bi to become the day's most activ stock as it advanced close to point. Close behind it in rurnove was High Voltage Engineerin which gained more than 2. Eversharp spurted more than 5 Texas Instruments 2 or more Gains of around 2 apiece wer scored by Polaroid, IBM Xerox. Prices advanced on the Amer can .Stock Exchange. U.S. government and corporat bond prices were narrowly mixed A.group of area relatives have returned from Milwaukee, Wls., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Hattie Dickinson, a former Altonian. Mrs. Dickinson, 72, died Wednesday and the funeral was' held Friday at Milwaukee. Attending the rites were Mrs, Edward Unterbrink, a sister, and her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mjrs. Melvin Unterbrink, and Mrs. Edward Newman, Alton; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey pickinapn and Robert Dickinson and Mrs. Frank Werts, Bethalto. Mrs* Dickinson, the former Hattie H,ajt, : Wjw reared, }n Ajton and was married here to the late Fred Dickinson. Her husband, a retired glassblower, died in 1950. Survivors include three sons and two sisters. MADRID — Business conditions in Spain are getting better it is reported by a reliable source. LONDON — Thirteen Ford factories in England are now con nected by an automatic telephone service. Avoid the Rush/ Coll Us Now for... WEST KENTUCKY llg Lump and Stoker COAL Prompt Clean Delivery. AUo Complete Fuel Oil Service. MISSISSIPPI VALLEY COAL CO,, 4*2.1841 SALE! BRYANT GAS FURNACE 100,000 BTU BASEMENT OR CLOSET MODEL INSTALLED WITH NEW DUCT WORK, WIRED AND PLUMBED. TAX PAID 10 YEAR WARRANTY, I YEAR FREE SERVICE. Only $ 495 00 Will Ask State Help to Aid Talented Children Board Adopts Resolution Opposing Bus Fare Hike EDWARDSVILLE. — Separate resolutions opposing Bi-State at a meeting at the Courthouse last 'Friday. Transit Agency's proposed increase in bus fares, and its ex-let fare of 25 cents emption from control of the In-i throughout, the area Bi-State has proposed a blank- per ride effective lie the upplies University curriculum of. Illinois materials nd consultant help for the proj- ct in the Edwardsville School istrict. If the district should gain ap- roval of their applications for id, grants up to $25,000 per year for two years could be available to the district for demonstration centers in the junior high and elementary levels. Junior High School Principal Robert Eberle will submit a resume of the program now under way at the school and the school district curriculum coordinator will prepare a plan of the work in the elementary level. The reports will be submitted with the applications for funds to accelerate the work in the Edwardsville schools. In other action the board approved a request of Moro Township Supervisor C. F. Kruckc- berg to designate the Midway School as a polling place in Moro Township Precinct 2 for township and county elections. The board asked for a $10 fee to cover janitorial services. terstate Commerce Commission, were unanimously adopted today by the Madison County Board of Supervisors. Both resolutions were submitted by Chairman Wilford Suessen of the board's judiciary committee, which drafted the two measures Oct. 1. Legislation now is pending in Congress which would exempt the Bi-State Agency, which operates passenger buses in the St. Louis metropolitan area, from provisions of the Interstate Commerce Commission Act. Papal Audience For Archbishop Time Canceled VATICAN CITY (AP) - A sapal audience for Archbishop Pierre Martin Ngo Dinh Thuc, Brother of President Ngo Dinh Diem of South Viet Nam, was canceled today, Vatican sources New Cadets Sworn in at Western Military Academy New cadets Sunday at West- rn Military Academy were worn in to the Army ROTC bat- alion, in a full - dress ceremony. Two of the 133 new cadets are rom the Republic of Philippines nd one from the Republic of Mexico. Capt. George M. Cross, assist- nt professor of military science, dministered the loyalty oath to he new cadets. Lt. Col. David L. 'olaw, U.S. Army, who is in harge of ROTC at the academy, hen explained the significance of he swearing in to all cadets and leir visiting friends and rela- ives. . He said the purpose of ROTC s similar to that of the school — evelopment of leadership, teach- ng discipline, and producing self- onfidant, capable and well ounded young men. Following the swearing-in ceremony, the Corps of Cadets conducted an evening retreat ceremony, marching off the field. Also participating in the activities were Col. Ralph B. Jackson, superintendent, and Col. Charles H. Moore, commandant of cadets. Fined $10 Mannie Lee Jones, 3155 Lawn Ave. was fined $10 and costs today by Police Magistrate George Roberts after pleading guilty to a charge of intoxication.. Police arrested Jones at 10:25 p.m. Monday while his car was parked on the lot of the Elm Sarment Manufacturing Co., 68 E. Elm St. Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (UB)—Eggs and live poultry: Eggs, consumer grades, A large 39-40, A medium 34-36, A small %— 18-20, B large 3-34 wholesale grades, standard 32-33, unclassified farm run 24-26, checks 18-22. Hens, heavy 15-16, light over 5 Ibs 8-9, under 5 Ibs 6Vfc-7Vfc, commercial broilers and fryers 15Vi- Bicycle Brake Fails, Paper Carrier Hurt Stephen Freer, a 16-year old paper carrier, suffered a severe cut to his right eyebrow Monday when the brakes on his bicycle failed and he was thrown over the handlebars and he struck a stump. An Alton High School junior, Stephen was collecting from customers on his paper route when his bike apparently hit a patch of gravel, his mother said. He was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital emergency room anc later released. He is the son o' Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Freer Jr. 1206 Norton St. Registration Today for SIU Industrial Courses said. The archbishop's name had I Cigars Returning LONDON — An English survey maker claims that pipes and cigars are becoming more popular and cigarettes are going out. been listed for a private audience with Pope Paul VI at the papal summer residence of Castel Gandolfo near Rome. But the prelate did not show up and sources here said the audience had been called off. There was no explanation. Bui the ruler of the Roman Catholic church Is known to be disturbed by the strife in Viet Nam between Buddhists and Diem's re> gime. Reports have also circulated that Vatican officials were upsei by comments attributed to the archbishop since his arrival in Rome last Friday. Two Rome newspapers quotec him as saying the United State had spent $20 million aimed a possible replacement of his brother's government. The archbishop denied the statements, saying he had spoken with an Italian journalist when he arrived "but never even mentioned America's position on my country's policies." EDWARDSVILLE. ion for the fall quarter In in- lustrial management courses of- ernd by Southern Illinois Univer- ity at Alton High School will bo today at 7 p.m. at the SIU Hislness office in Alton. Seven courses leading to a two,/ear certificate in industrial rnan- agement will be offered. Classes will begin Sept. 23 and end the week of Nov. 25. The program s designed to meet practical iroblems of management and needs of industrial personnel • in cooperation with the Alton tts- :rict Manufacturers Association and Senior High School. ! E. R. Casstevens Is supervisor of the SIU industrial and technical program. Mrs. Nhu Planning Visit to U.S. Soon £ BANGKOK, Thailand (AI?) «Mrs. Ngo Dinh Nhu, powerful first lady of South Viet Narri, says she will visit the United States in.. mid-October but has no plans to attend the U.N. General Assembly session as reported earliesr;; ROME — Italian industrialists predict they will double sales in another 10 years. COPENHAGEN — Denmark will soon bid for a larger share of the world export market. NO UP Central AIT Conditioning At Big Savings S & H HEATING DIAL 465*7706 DIAL HO 5-7706 THE HIGH COST OF CARELESSNESS More than 115,000 forest fires last year And nine out of ten of these forest fires were caused by carelessness with cigarettes, matches and campfires. Help stop this senseless waste of land, lives and money. Be careful with every fire and follow Smokey's ABC's. Always hold matches till cold. Be sure you drown all fires out. Crush all smoke* dead in an ash tray. Please- only YOU can PREVENT FOREST FIRES! l»ubll»h«d it • public sirvic* In cooperation with Th» Adv»rtl»lng Council «nd tht N*wsptp*r Adv«rtl»lng Executives Anociitlem. YOUR MONEY .EARNS MORE MONEY MORE OFTEN WITH PIASAS QUARTERLY DIVIDENDS When you save at Piasa you get dividends four times a year. You get paid more often—and you get paid more because Piasa pays the largest dividend in the Greater Alton-St. Louis area. Savt by mail (we pay by mail) postage free. Writ* Piasa First Federal, State & Wall SU., Alton, IK. For timo and temperature, dial 455-4431, ...Him PIASA FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION AMtunti Inttiftd I* 110,000 by Ftdml livinii * UM IkMniMt C*r»«c*l<M Dividends paid for ow jwtf ORDINANCE NO. 346 - BUILDING PERMITS .Jv BE IT ORDAINED BY.THfi PRESIDENT AND BOARD OF RU^TEES OF THE VILLAGE F BETHALTO, MADISON, OUNTY, ILLINOIS: SECTION 1 — PERMIT REQUIRED: It shall be unlawful >r any person to commence the onstruction, alteration, or. im- rovement of any building or* ther structure or do other ork thereon In the Village { Bethalto without a valid uilding permit as herein pjo- ided. No permit shall be re- uired for any building or 5m- rovements where the reason^" .ble costs of the entire projects ir combination of projects at jne site, when completed, does not exceed $2,000.00. Permits shall expire after 18 months, 'ermits shall become null and void upon violation of any of he provisions of this Ordinance >r ordinances and codes herein 'eferred to. , SECTION 2 — APPLICAriON: Written application for uch building permit shall be made to the Village Clerk in riplicate showing the location f the proposed building or im- rovements; the estimated cost nd accompanied by a sketcji map showing the boundaries of he lot or tract of land on which it is to be constructed nd the precise location of ex- sting structures, and proposed ew structures or improvements on the said plot. Appli- ant shall pay a permit fee Of 2.00 to the Village Clerk. Ap- licant shall pay an electrical nspection fee of $5.00 to the lectrical inspector in event any lectrical power Is to be iri- talled in the buildings. Ap- licant shall pay to the Village Water Department the sewer nspection fee and water and ewer tap-on charges, If said premises are to receive water or ewer service. The Village Clerk hall send a copy of the appM- ation to the electrical in- pector and a copy to the Water Department. SECTION 3 — ELECTRICAL >VORK: All electrical work in any building or other structure hall be done in accordance with he National Board of .Fire Jnderwriters Electrical Code, _nd as otherwise prescribed by Ordinance 131, passed September 5, 1939, and such work, tvhen done, shall be submitted o the official electrical In- ipector of the Village of Bethal- o before the same is put In ervice. SECTION 4 — PLUMBING: 3 lumbing work shall be done n accordance with the minimum standards of health and safety in accordance with Ordinance No. 314 of the Village of Bethalto, as amended. Such plumbing work and sewer connections shall be submitted to he'Village of Bethalto Water arid Sewer Department for Inspection. SECTION 6 — STRUCTURAL SAFETY: The structural ma- erial used in the erection of any building shall be designed and installed and all supporting members shall be properly sized and spaced to carry the load required for the safe use and occupancy of the structure as intended. SECTION 6 — PENALTIES: Whoever violates any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall, on conviction, be fined not less than $25.00 nor more than $200.00, and each day that a violation continues after official notice from the Village to abate the same shall be a separate offense. SECTION 7 — ENFORCEMENT: This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage and publication, as provided by law. Ordinance No. 130 "Relating to Building Construction and Requiring Permits," passed September 5, 1939, is hereby repealed. Passed and approved Sefcttm- btT 4, 1963. KRWIN PLKGOK President of the Board of Trustees ATTEST: WM. DOERR Villnge (Jferk

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