Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 19, 1963
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE ALTON PLAZA Shopping Center Laborers Expected To Reject Second Salary Proposal EDWARDSVILLE — A second proposal from the city to hike salaries of 17 city employes $13 per month in a two-year wage pact with Laborers Local 179 is expected to be rejected by em- ployes, Union Business Agent Charles Steward said today. The Labors Local is presently negotiating with the city in an effort to reach an agreement before the contract expires Oct. 1. The latest proposal by the city to increase monthly salaries of employes by $13 was offered Wednesday evening by Mayor Raymond O. Rogers in a negotiating session with Union resident Allen Boner and Business Agent Steward. City employes unanimously rejected an offer from the city Monday for a total salary increase of $13 for each employe spread over a two-year period. The earlier proposal from the city would provide an increase of $7 a month for each man in the first year and $6 per month the second year. In another plan offered to the union Wednesday the city offered to hike salaries $13 per month for each employe in the first year. City employes are seeking n $65 a month increase in pay in the first year and $50 per month the second year in a pro posed two-year agreement. Em ployes of the street, sanitation, water and sewer departments affiliated with the union are paid on a monthly basis. Six employes of the vater department and three in the sewer department are paid $435 per month. Four men in the city sanitation department and three men in the street department re ceive $380 a month. City employes are expected to vote Monday on the new wage offer from the city, the business agent said. Another negotiation session is planned for Tuesday. Widow, Sons of Man Killed In Fall Seek $150,000 EDWARDSVILLE — The widow and two sons of a construction worker killed June 17, 1959, in an 80 - foot fall from scaffolding at a Wood River area refinery filed suit for $150,000 damages Wednesday in Circuit Court for loss of support by reason of his death. Plaintiffs were Mrs. Gladys Payeur and her two sons, Mich- ael and Thomas, who named as defendants Patent Scaffolding Co. and Ernest Abbott, identified in he complaint as a foreman for he firm. The complaint alleged that the defendants had failed to provide adequate protection for John Pay- iur, husband and father of the 1 Quilted with KODEL* fiberfill for warmth without weight! Ideal for every outdoor activity! wash'n wear QUILT NYLON SKI PARKA fcugged 100% nylon quilted with Kodel Wyerter fiberfillfor. maximum resilience, warmth, comfort and lasting Euffiness. Trimly tailored with bidden roll-up hood, Drawstring at hood and waist, 2 snag-proof (nylon zipper podwtt ind sure-fit knit S New ski ihadei with contrasting i lining, 8-M-L-XL. • W» wll «•' wilt onl! «.u. • Th.« «« "•*• YOU IAVI , Wf hq¥t no c ,, JIT HOUR? HAU • Yev «av» foravw *• exceptionally priced... 1 f\ \Jm OPEN 12;00 NOON 'TIL 6:00 P.M. 2821 Godfrey Road. (Route 67) Just North of Delmar Ave. at the New Beltllne Highway Recreation Center Burglarized of Change Alton Recreation Center in Rock Spring Park was burglarized Wednesday night and an undetermined amount of change from vending machines and a quantity of cigarettes stolen. Police said that entry to the building was made through a window in the golf shop where the thief apparently used a metal bar to pry the window open. The burglar ransacked drawers, desks and metal cabinets and pried the coin boxes open on four vending machines. Also, police said, the burglar got away with cigarettes from one machine that was broken into. An employe of the Recreation Department discovered the break-in this morning when reporting for work and notified the police. Divers Needed CARACAS — A shortage of experienced deep sea divers is now reported in Venezuela. Cam for Rock GIBRALTAR — An auto leasing firm has announced plans for an agency in Gibraltar. PICKS UP AFTER THIEVES Mrs. James Lyons, secretary in the Alton Recreation office, picks up materials strewn about the office at Rock Spring shelter after burglary. plaintiffs, while he was engaged in installation of insulation blankets from scaffolding 80 feet above the ground during construction of facilities at Standard Oil Co. at its refinery at Wood River. Due to negligence by the defendants. Payeuran asbestos and insulation worker — fell to his death from the scaffold at the construction site, the complaint alleged. The widow and two sons were deprived of their means of sup- Armour Plant Idled In Labor Dispute ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP)—Nearly 600 employes of Armour & Co. in St. Joseph have been idled in a dispute over an agreement to increase productivity 12% per cent, a plant spokesman said Wednesday. port as a result of Payeur's death, the complaint averred. CONN ORGAN • Hear Its Incomparable Tone/ SPINETS and CONSOLES with Leslie Speakers . . . Built In! MODELS FOR HOME— CHURCH— SCHOOL IP) [(Ml ft CENTRAL & ACTON WOOD RIVER TV AND MUSIC. DIAL 254-1976 i 'S DODGE'S 50TH ANNIVERSARY Oh boy, it's D-day... The '64 Dependables are on display SEE THE '64 DODGE... The low-priced oar that doesn't look or feel like one. If you think new-car announcements are old hat, we've got news for you. Not this year. Not with Dodge. That handsome hardtop,above, gives you a good hint of what's in store. And there's lots more where that came from. A full line of '64 Dodge cars. Some models have bucket seats, some standard seats, some have a flip-down center arm rest that lets you enjoy bucket-seat advantages without paying extra for them. And, you also get a whole host of service-saving features. Like self-adjusting brakes, thorough rust-protection of the body, and with every '64 car built by Dodge, you get the extra bonus of a 5-year/50,000-mile warranty.* When it comes to price, don't let the nameplate fool you. '64 Dodge is priced right along with Ford and Chevy. If you think this is a good deal, you'll know it is when you visit your dependable Dodge Dealer. *THE DEPENDABLES' S-YEAH/SO.OOO-MHE WARRANTY- Chrysler Corporation warrants, for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, against defects In materials and workmanship and wilt replace or repair at a Chrysler Motors Corporation Authorized Dealer's place of business, the engine block, head and internal parts, intake manifold, water pump, transmission case and internal parb (excluding manual clutch), torque converter, drive shaft, universal Joints, rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings of its 1964 automobiles, provided the owner has the engine oil changed every 3 months or 4,000 miles, whichever comes first, the oil filter replaced every second oil change and the carburetor air filter cleaned every 6 months and replaced every 2 years, and every 6 months furnishes to such a dealer evidence of performance of the required service, and requests the dealer to certify (I) receipt of such evidence and (II) the car's then current mileage. TRY THE 1964 COMPACT DODGE DART... The freih new compact In the large economy site. Dart is a family compact all the way. Lots of room. Lots of comfort. Lots of performance. And a nice low price. In fact, few compacts cost less than Dart. Not one gives you so much for the money. DRIVE THE BIG DODGE 880 FOR '64.. .The quiet, thoughtful ttep above the low-price field. Big room. Big ride. Big luxury. Big power. Big in everything but price. The new Dodge 880 is the one big car that doesn't give you the business when it comes to buying. Two series, nine models. Go Dodge 'B4 OODOE DIVISION CHRYSLER MOTORS CORPORATION Hoefert Bros., Inc. 827 E. Broadway, Alton, III. Gloss Motor Co., Inc. 78 E. Lorena, Weed River, III. Joe Hurley Sales & Service Park St., Hardln, III. Jersey County Motor Co., Inc. 217 N. State, Jerseyville, III, • SEE "THE BOB HOPE SHOW", NBC-TV. CHECK YOUR LOCAU LISTING,

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