Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 14
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September 12, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1963 Two Hurt in | c. of c. to Cite Stetson's Work In Wood River Collision On.Rte. 140 WOOD RIVKR - Township Chamber of Commerce direc- Two men suffered injuries in tors vo)pd \vodnesdny to send a two-car crash on Rte. 140 just a IrMrl . of appI . Cf .j af jon to John State Hospital; stetson for his work as past morning. | chairman of the chamber's Coordinating Corn- east of Alton early Tuesday Illinois State Police said Oer-;(- nr j R(nias aid A. White, 19, of 621 N. First !, 1ljttpp St., Wood River, passed a trucki stetson has been transferred and skidded on the wet pave- from tnp Wood Rjvcr Burna(] | men), into the path of a second! of , he AI(on Kvening Telegraph! auto driven by Aldo V. Sheets. to thp ,, i1v staff in AHon ;ls a ! 43. of Mcdora. Iprneral reporter. White was admitted to Wood; IV)h Hvffp , now hurcail rhirf River Township Hospital with : hprp for 1he Telegraph .also has contusions and abrasions to his hpen narncd to rop | app stetson right hip and head injuries. He' as chairman of the Christmas was reported in good condition today. Sheets was admited to Alton: Memorial Hospital with injuries) to his left hand, ribs, and bothi State's Aid Rolls Still Declining SPRINGFIELD. 111.—(Special! — Illinois public aid rolls conlin-j ued to decline for the fourth successive month, with 895 fewer persons in July. Harold O. Swank, director of the Illinois Department of Public Aid said today. Swank said the decline, which is at a much slower rale than the as •coordinating committee. knees. State Police said White was isued a citation for Improper passing. Attempted Purse Snatching Reported An attempted purse snatching Wood River Man's Permit Suspended PTA Board Meets At Roxana Home ROXANA — The executive board of the Roxana Burbank- Kdison P.T.A. met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Harrell Dinwiddir on Central Avenue andj made plans for the first PTAj meeting of the year scheduled for Sept. 13. Sweet Shop Hre ROXANA — Dixie's Sweet Shop on Central Ave. was the scene of a fire Tuesday evening when the fryer became overheated and caught a corner of a cabinet and the wall on fire. Volunteer firemen answered the call previous three months, brought! ahout 6:3 ° P- m - and onlv minor the public aid rolls down to .I17.-! dam "« r w «* ''^Ported to the area. 413 - a reduction of 2:!,439 from ' Kn.vn.ia Notes ]%2 total of 4)0,852. In ROXANA - Mr just outside St. Anthony's Hospital at 11 p.m. Wednesday was reported to police. Two men grabbed the purse of an employe of the hospital as she approached the ambulance The driver's license of a Wood entrance When she screamed aj River resident was suspended for si!?(ci . insido tnc building open ' three months and a probationary >d t)ie door and the two mcn ; permit to drive was issued to an droppod , he pursc and fled from i,'''.' Alton man, Secretary of State , h lice said |'^ Charles Carpentier announced to- - U >el <- cnt 1. Wood River. i° f 271,761. a reduction of 2'!,439 the July ]%2 total June 1%3. 418,308 perl.sons received public aid in Hie Slate. Public Aid expenditures in July amounted to $23,276,312. Expenditures were $23,163,147, in .June and $25,176,701 in July 1962. These totals include payments for burials, foster care for Aid to Dependent Children removed from unsuitable homes and care for the medically indigent in Chica go and Cicero. ADC Figures Aid to Dependent Children rolls were reduced by 3.2.13 for July ~,'ds compared to 7,545 in June and in May. The July recipient of 259,336 was 12,42. : > or 4.ii day. The driver's license suspension. below the July 1962 load; July expenditures for ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Stan Icy Woods of 113 \V. Fifth St. returned home Wednesday after spending the past three months vacationing in Minnesota and visiting their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Woods, and son al Madison, Wis. Miss Mary Sparling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Sparling of Roller Avenue, left Fri- 'jday to begin her junior year at 'i Illinois State Normal University. | She was employed as cashier at the Roxana swimming pool. Curtis Schubert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schubert of 322 Doerr Ave.. left today to register for his senior year at the University of Illinois at Champaign. A probationary permit was is- for three traffic violations, was i sued to Gary D. Lawson, whose j and the program totaled $10,844,827 averaged $41.82 per person, listed by Carpentier as that of Robert S. Langin, Box 275, Rte. address Carpentier listed as 2824 Residence St., Alton. VILLAGE SHOPPE What r s new? A special "shop" within a store ... to bring you fashions created for casual living . . . Era Bra Mahtt it Man-Tailored tiitt dawtc oxford shirt baa a look from it* button-down collar, long with barrel cuffs and crisp front placket to it» Authentic back loop hanger ... the effect u decidedly feminine. Have one or have many in white, pinh^ beige, linen, blue, red, gold, maize, brown, •ranberry and navy . . , and have more in th« pan collared version. Size* 28-40. 98 My«ri Bsothers 3rd tloor, Downtown Alton compared with $11,419,903 and an average of $4150 the previous month and $12,043,794 and $44.32 a year ago. General Assistance recipients in July numbered 64,750, an increase of 2,398 over June's 62,352 but 11,937 or 15.6 below the July 1962 load of 76,687. Of the 2,398 July increase, 1,759 or 5 per cent was in Cook County and 639 or 2.3 per cent in downstate counties. July expenditure for General Assistance was $3.257,037 and averaged 550,30 per person; the previous month's costs were $3,153,391 or $50.57 per person; and in July 1962, $3,900,520 and $50.86. Old Age Assistance rolls numbered 61,728, a decline of 314 from the previous month's load of 62,042 and 4,353 or 6.6 below t h e July 1962 total, 66,081. Expenditures for the aged totaled $5,308,745 and »averaged per person; the previous month's assistance amounted to $5,344,263. averaging $86.14 per person; July 1%2. $5.476,967 and $82.88. For Aged Disabled Payments of $422,155 wer made in July for 1.000 person receiving Assistance to the Med ically Indigent Aged. Disability Assistance declinec for the fourth consecutive mont with recipients numbering 27,98 — a decrease of 187 from the 28 081 of the previous month, am an increase of 746 over the 27,14 total of July, 1962. Expenditure for the disabled totaled $2,718,23 and averaged $97.45 per person the previous month's costs wer $2,738,284 and $97.51 and in Jul 1962 the costs were $2,666,542 am $98.22. Blind Assistance recipients de creased for the sixth consecutiv month to 2,756, 19 fewer than in the previous month, and 144 les than the July 1962 total of 2,900 Assistance for the blind totalec $258,958, an average of $93.96 pe persons; the previous month's expenditures were $260,447, an average of $93.85 per person. I July 1962 the expenditures wer $265,997, averaging $91.72. current annual dividend (compounded quarterly) All deposits made at Piasa by the 20th of the month — any month—earn from the first. It's just one of the ways your money earns more money —more often — at Piasa First Federal. Most Important, Piasa pays quarterly! Your dividend is compounded every three months. Get the most for your money. Save by mail—Piasa pays the postage. Write: Piasa First Federal, State & Wall Sts., Alton, III. For time and temperature, dial 465-4431. PIASA FIRST FEDfRAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Account! Iniurtd to $10,000 by Fedenl Sinngi i Uin Intufino Corpunlloi Dividends paid for over 75 consocutivo years f Uncle Sam still needs you Buy II. S. Savings Bonds fo protect your country's future and provide for your own f»« VJS. Oovtrnmint ion not pay for tti.ii aivtrtitiny. Tht TTKUUTV Dtpartmtnt tktnlu Tht Advtrtiiinf Counett and thti ntwipaptr for Published by the Alton Evening Telegraph as a public service

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