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Friday, August 25, 1972
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Blue chips turn pward after fall u Bengel Obituaries NEW YORK (AP)-Blue- fifcip stocks bounded back from an early decline today, but the .stock market generally remained lower. Trading was moderately active. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks an increase in the prime rate initiated Thursday by Chase Manhattan Bank was encouraging to investors. Ryder System down % to 3714, was the most-active Issue on the Big Board. Volume included a block of 187,000 shares at 37 and a Richard G. Bengal, D.D.S., 28, the son of Mr William J. Benge' was off .07 at 958.31. Declines block of 81,000 shares at 37% " led advances by about 7 to The New York Stock Ex- 4 among Issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange. change index of more than 1,400 common stocks was , „ d °wn .15 to 60.98 at noon, some major New York banks while the Amex price-change were holding the line against index was off .03 to 26.71. Analysts said the fact that 1 8 selected stocks Following are today's noon quotations of New York Stock Exchange issues research has indicated are widely held in the Alton area as supplied to the Alton Telegraph by Newhard Cook & Co., from its Alton branch office. The New York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 p.m. (Alton Time), so these are not the closing quotations: Airco, Inc 19% AT & T (ex. div.) 44 Clark Oil 19% General Motors 78% Grant (W.T.) Co 37 Kresge (S.S.) Co 43 McDonnell Douglas .... 33% Mobil Oil 66% National Steel 40 Olin Corp 1714 Owens-Illinois 46% Penney (J.C.) Co 80% Sears 104 Shell Oil Co Squibb Beechnut ... Standard Oil (Ind.) Standard Oil (N.J.) U.S. Steel 48% 75 " 79% 301/2 futures advance ByEDDEMOCII AP Business Writer CHICAGO (AP) — Soybean futures advanced two cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade today but wheat and corn prices were weak. Soybean meal advanced $1 a ton and oil gained nearly 10 points. Oats were irregular. Iced broilers advanced around 30 points on short-covering and buying linked TO higher cattle prices. The pace of trade was, at best, only fair but mixed. Soybeans had opened on an irregular tone, then prices strengthened under commercial and professional buying. Some of the buying was influenced by gains in the end products. Wheat selling resulted in the decline of 2% cents and was largely of a profit-taking nature. Some commercial support early came from milling interest and elevators. Corn and oats also were irregular on the opening but new crop corn came under liquidation and fell V/ 4 cents. After the midway point, soybeans were up 2% cents, September 3.4714; wheat was % to 1 cents lower, September 1.85%; corn was % to 1 cents lower, September 1.29%; and oats were unchanged to lower, September 81% cents. Cash gram at East St. Louis Livestock prices NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. (AP) — Estimated receipts for Monday: 5,500 hogs, 2,500 cattle and 300 sheep. Hog receipts 3,500 head. Butchers fairly active; 25-50 higher, mostly 25 higher. 75 head shipment US 1-2 near 225 Ibs 29.50; US 1-3 200-250 Ibs 29.00-29.25; US 2-3 220-260 Ibs 28.75-29.00; weights over 250 Ibs scarce. Sows: fairly active; 25-50 higher. US 1-3 300-350 Ibs 26.25-26.75, few 27.00; 350-400 Ibs 25.75-26.25; 400-600 Ibs 25.25-25.75. Boars: 22.50; weights under 350 Ibs 23.00-23.50. Cattle receipts 250 head. Not enough slaughter steers or heifers for test. Cows slow, steady to weak; bulls steady. Slaughter steers: 109 • head high choice and prime 1131 Ibs yield grade 3-4 35.00. Cows: utility and commercial 24.00-26.50; cutter 23.50-26.00; earner 21.50-23.50. Bulls: utility, commercial and good 30.50-32.00. V e a 1 e r s : few choice 48.00; good 43.00-45.00. Sheep receipts 25 head. Not c _ enough on offer to test at St. Louis market - ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs, consumer grades: A large 3140, A medium 22-31, A small 12-21, B large 21-32; wholesale grades: A large 22-25, standard 17-20, medium 12-15, unclassified 8-10. Hens: heavy (6 Ibs. and over) 0, medium (5-6 Ibs.) 6, leghorns 2. Ready-to-cook broilers and fryers 29.2o-29.75, next week's delivery. CHICAGO (AP) —Wheat No 2 soft red 1.81%n, No 2 hard red 1.78%n; corn no 2 yellow 1.32n; oats No 2 extra heavy white, .84%n; soybean No 1 yellow 3.50n; soybean oil 10.08n. No 2 yellow corn was quoted at 1.31% n Thursday. and poultry Hit-and-run crash hurts Moro woman An 18-year-old Moro woman was injured Thursday night following a hit and run auto accident on Wood River Avenue at Edwardsville Road In Wood River. Police said Cathtrine Smith, of Rte. 1, Moro, fainted in the Wood River police station while the driver of the car of which she was a passenger was reporting the accident. The driver, Larry A. Dewese Jr., of 403 Douglas, East Alton, told police his car had stalled on Wood River Avenue when a car came from behind and slammed into the rear of his car. He said when he went to get license and insurance information the auto fled. While making the report to police Miss Smith fainted and was taken to Wood River Township Hospital where she was treated and released. Police have a description of the offending auto and are investigating. Shriver ivill speak at party for Dan Walker CARBONDALE - R. Sargent Shriver, Democratic candidate for vice president of the Unilcd States, will be the principal speaker at a cocktail party, dinner and dance for I'an Walker, Democratic candidate for governor of Illinois, scheduled for Aug. 31 at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale campus. and Mrs. of Alton, Washington University School of Dentistry, has been named as a memorial. Gent Funeral Home of Alton is in charge of arrangements. as a memorial. Banks died of cancer at 8:10 p.m. w , Thursday in the U.S. Public \V6CS6 Health Service Hospital in San Francisco, Calif., after an illness of several months. Born July 19, 1943 in St. Louis, Mo., he is ijairvived by his parents and one sister, Mrs. Clark Born of Chicago. A 1961 gradual of Alton High School, DePauw University, Greejn Castle, Ind., in 1D65, and Washington University School of Dentistry, St. Louis, in 1969, he was in private practice in Alameda, Calif. Mr. Bengel received a medical release Mm the U.S. Coast Guard in 1971 after attaining the rank of Lt. Commander. He was a member of Alpha Tau -Omega fraternity from DePauw, the Xi Psi Phi honorary professional faternity, Underwater Society of America, A.O.P.A. ... the California Dental Society, and the Alameda Coilnty Dental Society. Mr. Bengel had deceived the J.D. White award from Washington University, Crown and Bridge Prosthodonics and a dental radiology award. He was licensed to practice dentistry in Illinois, Missouri and California. Burial services will be private and a memorial service will be announced by the First Presbyterian Church in Alton, of which Mr. Bengel was a member. The Richard G. Bengel Acknowledgement Award, Paul Weese, 60, of 429 5th St. in East Alton died at 8:20 p.m. Thursday at St. Anthony's Hospital. He had been ill for several years. He was born in Festus, Mo. June 6, 1912, and moved to East Alton one year later. He was a member of Pipefitters Local 553 and also a car salesman for Trotter Motors and Hutton Motors both in Wood River. He married the former Miss Mary Madiline Lackey May 7, 1932 in Carlyle. He was a member of Curdie Heights Baptist Church in East Alton. Beside his wife, he is survived by a daughter Mrs. Paula Liley of Alton; four sons, Ronald Dale of Kansas City, Mo., Donald Ray of Springfield, Mo., Joseph William of Yorba Linda, Calif., and Robert . Lee of Alton; 11 grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Grace Walker of Wood River and Mrs. Zillah Peek of Paducah, Ky. Visitation will be after 2 p.m. Sunday at Marks Mortuary in Wood River. Funeral Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday with the Rev. Lolard Simmons presiding. Burial will be in Woodland Hill Cemetery in Wood River. Local 553 will call at 8 p.m. Sunday. The Heart Fund has been named Gillespie area Telegraph correspondent, the former Miss Mary D. Fulton April 14, 1939, in St. Louis, Mo. Beside his widow, he is survived by three brothers, Alex of Gillespie, Richard, and Peter, both of Scotland; and one sister, Harriet of Scotland. Funeral services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Union Funeral Home in Gillespie and burial will Ire in Gillespie City Cemetery. Friends may call after 5 p.m. Saturday. Marvin A. Banks, 50, of 116 South 9th St., Wood River died at 10.20 p.m. Thursday at home. He was a pipefitter and construction worker and a member of Pipefitters Local 553. He was also a member of The Elks Lodge in Poplar Bluff, Mo., The Alton Eagles Lodge and The Wood River Moose Lodge. »^ | HC is survived by his JJauderman mother, Mrs. Louella Banks of Poplar Bluff, Mo.; two daughters, Miss Zoe Ann Banks and Miss Nola Banks, both of Poplar Bluff, Mo.; one brother, Tony of East Alton; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Spicuzza and Mrs. Opal Morse both Of Poplar Bluff. Visitation will be after 7 p.m. today at Smith Funeral Home in Alton. Local 553 will assemble at 8 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Frank Cotrell Funeral Chapel in Poplar Bluff with the Rev. Larry Kline Jr. presiding. Burial will be in Memorial Gardens in Poplar Bluff. ALHAMBRA — Melville Otto Daudcrman, 64, father of Alhambra funeral director Robert Dauderman and proprietor of the Galaxie Restaurant, was pronounced dead on arrival at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, at 3:25 a.m. today after suffering a heart attack at his home here. M r. Dauderman, who Search for cat that bit girl Art Sutton, 218 Mildred in Alton, is looking for a large gray cat with black stripes that bit his 12-year-old daughter four clays ago. Cheryl Sutton was playing at her home when the cat came into the yard and bit her when it was scared by dogs. Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, August 25, 1972 B-5 Legal CLAIM NOTICE IM -,.,, STATE OF ILLINOIS IN IHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY PROBATE DIVISION .. 'N IHE MATTER OF THE ES- CEASED RALPH 'I"- SMITH, DE- No. 72-P--108 above K ' Ven " f lhc dcath of the ^Letters Were Issued: August >r: Mary E. Smith of I Drive, Alton, Illinois. "• Malcolm D. Durr of George H. Duncan, 70, of 410 Francis St., Gillespie, died today at 1:20 a.m. in St. Francis Hospital, Litchfield. He had been ill for three months. He was born Nov. 13, 1901, in Scotland, and married U.S. 'palace for privileged few,' Sen. McGovern charges By II. L. SCHWARTZ III WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. George McGovern said today President Nixon had turned the economic structure of the United States into "a palace for the privileged few." The Democratic presidential candidate, in a statement issued after a four-day, cross- country campaign swing, criticized the speech Nixon gave Wednesday night when he accepted nomination to a second term. "Mr. Nixon said Wednesday night that since our economic structure has some broken windows, we Democrats want to tear it down and start Navy begins training women for ship duty Hearing set Aug. 31 in tax fee suit A hearing for a temporary injunction in the suit of Wood River township against County Treasurer George Musso has been set for Aug. 31 before Chief Circuit Judge Michael Kinney. The suit, filed by Township Attorney Donald L. Smith, seeks to recover $13,773 the township has been charged by the county to collect taxes for the township. Smith in his complaint said there is no provision in the township's levy for collecting taxes, since the new constitution has relegated tax collection to counties only. Township Supervisor Rodger Elble, who brought the matter before the board of auditors, said there is no provision in the constitution for paying a fee for collecting taxes, and that the county's fixed charge is illegal. He said the Illinois attorney general has ruled, in another county, that such a fee cannot be charged. Elble has claimed the county should have tax collection as part of its budget. In the mailer of the hearing, it is scheduled for 10 a.m. in the Courthouse in Edwardsville. By DARRELL CHRISTIAN WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (AP)—Without a sea in sight, the Navy starts training prospective women officers Saturday in a program that would qualify them for general shipboard duty. The trainees are the first 16 women to be selected for the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC). Seven of them will be freshmen at Purdue University, four each will attend Jacksonville (Fig.) University and the University of Washington and one will enroll at Southern University in Louisiana. Purdue's distajf cadets will be sworn in with 45 males Saturday. The ladies are not The judge made errors CHICAGO (AP) - The 7th U.S. Court of Appeals has ordered new trials for three men convicted of paying persons to register to vote in the 1968 presidential election. In making its ruling Wednesday, the appeals court said Judge Julius J. Hoffman committed a "reversible error" in failing to ask certain questions <|if prospective jurors in the U.S. District Court trial. Cleophus C. Lewis, Thomas F. Connon and John Janow were found guilty on June 16, 1970. Connon and Janow were fined $2,500 eaph and sentenced to two y<paj-s in prison. Lewin received a one-year sentence. The government case was based on testiijnony fi-om a reporter for the Chicago Daily News and an investigator for the Better Government Association, a citizens watchdog group. The two witnesses sai<|l they saw payments being made at a Chicago hotel (|>ct. 7, 1968, to persons who registered to vote and to thoi|e who brought others to register. The appeals court ruling said Hoffman also should have allowed defense lawyers lo ask prospective jurors about their possible .• e a t i o n s h i p with the newspaper or Ufe BGA. necessarily destined for sea duly, allhough Ihere is a possibility they could be assigned to ships when they graduate four years from now. But their curriculum "will be right down the line" with that for men, said Capt. I. H. Knudson, commanding officer of the Purdue NROTC unit. And if they complete their NROTC training and are commissioned, the women sworn in Saturday will be "as equipped to go aboard ship as men," Knudson said. Only 16 women were selected this fall because the program is on a trial basis. Previously women officers received military indoctrination and initial training only at the Navy's Officer Candidate School for Women in Newport, R.I. Their training there, however, was for shore duty only. Until the announcement that women probably would be assigned to ships within a few years, the Navy had planned to offer women NROTC students substitute courses for those required for shipboard officers. Now the curriculum remains the same for both sexes. The only deviations, he added, might be ex- tracun'icular activities and summer training cruises. Locked door brings suit C 111 C A G 0 (AP) — American Airlines, Inc., is the target of a federal suil seeking lo halt the airline's practice of locking the rear doors of its Boeing 727 aircraft during flight as a deterrent to hijacking. Richard Watkins of Park Ridge filed Ihe suit in U.S. District Court Tuesday. The action says Ihe practice of making rear exit doors impossible lo open from Ihe inside "ixxses an immediate danger to the lives of persons onboard tht aircraft." "in case of a disaster in the forward section of the aircraft, the escape of passengers from the aircraft would be prevented," Watkins' suit said. again,"-McGovern said. But, he went on, "we're tired of Richard Nixon turning it into a palace for the privileged few. Rather than tear anything down, we want to join Franklin 'Roosevelt, Harry Truman, John Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson and restore 'that temple to the ancient truths." McGovern planned a working day in his Senate office and a. speech to the International Union of Presidents and State Coordinators today before leaving for a quiet weekend with his family on Maryland's Eastern Shore. The South Dakota senator gave two speeches Thursday in Minneapolis-Si. Paul—lo the American Federation of Teachers, which received him warmly, and Ihe Velerans of Foreign Wars, which greeted almost all he said in stony silence. The AFT, representing some 300,000 teachers, broke a 56-year tradition to endorse McGovern's candidacy and pledged $250,000 to his campaign. McGovern, with his defealed primary campaign rival Hubert H. Humphrey at nils side, also met with Minnesota's top labor leaders. If he can get their help it could spell the difference in the traditionally Dtmocratic state. In his statement today, McGovern ridiculed Nixon for borrowing a phrase from McGovern's own campaign theme: "Come Home America." "To those millions who have been driven out of your home in the Democratic party," Nixon said in his acceptance speech, "We say—come home— not to another party bul to the greal principles we believe in together." "It is Richard Nixon who has sent America's greatest principles into exile," McGovern said. retired from farming in 1958, took over operation of the restaurant here in 1963. Born here May 5, 1908, a son of the late Otto and P h i 11 i p i n e Espenschied Dauderman, he was married Dec. 29, 1929, at Granite City to Julia McCalla, who survives. Also surviving are a son, Robert Dauderman of Alhambra and a daughter, Mrs. Bertice Hastings of H a m e 1; two brothers, Emerson Dauderman of Alhambra and Lindley Dauderman, Oakland, HI., and seven grandchildren. He was a member of Salem United Church of Christ here. Friends may call from 2 p.m. Saturday until noon Sunday at Dauderman Mortuary here and funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Salem United Church of Christ, with interment in the church cemetery. Shanks Lee Otis Shanks, 77, of Rte. 1, Kane, died at 7:40 a.m. this morning at Boyd Memorial Hospital, Carrollton. He was born Feb. 15, 1895, in Kane and farmed in the area all of his life. Married to the former Miss Mary Rhoades, he was a member of the Bethany Baptist Church. Surviving besides his wife are five children, Lee J. of Alton; James A. of Lyndon, Kan.; Mrs. William (Leona) Boushka of Columbus, Ga.; Mrs. A.D. (Muriel) Lewis of Tigard, Ore.; and Mrs. James (Ann) Bray of Osage City, Kan. Also surviving are a brother, John Shanks, of Hardin, and a sister, Mrs. Lettie Delaney, of East Alton. There are 17 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Saturday at the Jacoby Brothers Funeral Home in Jerseyville where funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday. Relaxation Aniwcr to Prerian Postte ACROSS 1 Sport S Frolic 9 Pleasure 12 Islands (Fr.) 13 French girl's name 14 The gums (anat.) 15 Gibbons 36 Traps 18 Cylindrical 20Mouthlika opening (anat.) 21 Foolish 23 Kind of test 24 Wool source 26 Building sites 29 Common contraction 80 Overly proper 1 Like gold 2 Wings (Latin) 3 Happiest 4 Jewish ascetic 5 Dress 39Melew 41 And other* (Latin) 44 Backless seat 46111-bred .fellow (Scot.) 48 Very decorated 51 Entertaining 54 Roman road 55 Eskimo knife 56 Antitoxins 57 Founder of Stoicism 58 Compass point 59 Historical periods 60 Superlative endings DOWK person 32 Before (prefix) 35 East (Fr.) 36 Down- producing duck 37 Disencumber 38 French river feathers 6 Masculine nickname 7 Reply (ab.) 8 Japanese coins 9 Rage 10 Moslem scholars 11 Of the nose 17 Greek fraternity MTelegraphJcey (ab.) 22 Avoids 24 Female saint (ab.) 25 Belonging to him, 27 Poem 28 Intense fear 31 Tin Tin 32 Opposite of oblates 33 Gradually slower (music ab.) 34 Editors (ab.) 38 Spanish jug 40 Charge electrically 41 Unbleached linens 42 Chinese •weights 43 Debate 45 Roman outaf garments 47 Otherwise 49 Temporary shelter 50 Greek love god 52 Noun suffix 53 Former government agency (ab.) Burial will Cemetary. be in Kane ALTON MARVIN A. BANKS Visitation 7 pm today. Services Saturday, Frank Cotrell Funeral Chapel, Poplar Bluff, Mo. Pipefitters Local 553 Meet, at 8 pm tonight. Alton, Wood River, Betbalto & SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS rO. Carson Quiiin Carson J. Quiun A Continuation Ot 30 Years Service 603 IIKNRY ST. 462-9296 Nl-'DA IFDA Claims against the estate may be filed In the office of the Clrcul Court, Probate Division, Countv Courthouse In Edwardsville, Illinois within 7 months from date of issu ance of letters; and any claim no so filed Is barred as to the estate Inventoried within that period. Also copies of claims must be mailed 01 delivered to the executor and to the attorney. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court Legal 4960 — Aug. 25, Sent 1 8, 1972 ! — CLAIM NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY, PROBATE DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE ES TATE OF ORCEN HALL, DE CEASED. NO. 72-P-359 Notice Is given of the death of th above. Date Letters Were Issued: Augus Executors: Elton M. Hall of 11 W. Haller, East Alton, I1L. and Vlr glnla Seehausen of 101 E 1st St Hartford, 111. Attorney: Edward D. Groshong. Claims against the estate may b filed In the office of the Circti Court, Probate Division, Count Courthouse In Edwardsville, Illinois within 7 months from date of Issu ance of letters; and any claim no so filed is barred as to the estat inventoried within that period. Alsi. copies of claims must be mailed o delivered to the executor and to th attorney. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court Legal 4961 — Aug. 25, Sept. 1 8, 1972 — CLAIM NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY, PROBATE DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE E TATE OF (SEBASTIANA G. RAGU SA, A/K/A SEBASTIANA GIGLI RAUSA. A/K/A SABASTIANO ROU SA, A/K/A VESTA G. RAGUSA DECEASED. No. 72-P-410 Notice is given of the death of the above. Date Letters Were Issued: August 21, 1972. Executor: Mary R. Plnkowskl of 1006 Douglas, Alton, Illinois. Attorney: C. Dana Eastman, Jr., of Alton, Illinois. Claims against the estate may be filed In the office of the Circuit Court, Probate Division, County Courthouse in Edwardsville, IlUnols, within 7 months from date of Issuance of letters; and any claim not so filed Is barred as to the estate Inventoried within that period. Also, copies of claims must be mailed or delivered to the executor and to the attorney. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court Legal 4962 — Aug. 25, Sept. 1 8, 1972 CLAIM NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY, PROBATE DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ANTHONY (ANDONIO) ASARO, DECEASED. NO. 72-P-411 Notice Is given of the death of the above. Date Letters Were Issued: August 21, 1972. Administrator: Rose A. Hale of 1008 E. 4th St., Alton, IlUnols Attorney: W. H, Thomas of Alton, Illinois. Claims against the estate may be filed in the office of the Circuit Court, Probate Division, County Courthouse in Edwardsville, Illinois, within 7 months from date of issuance of letters; and any claim not so filed is barred as to the estate inventoried within that period. Also, copies of claims must be mailed or delivered to the administrator and to the attorney. WILLARD V. PORTELL Clerk of the Circuit Court Legal 4957 — Aug. 25 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice of Proposed Filing To the Patrons of the Illinois Bell Telephone Company: The Illinois Bell Telephone Com' pany hereby gives notice to the public that it has filed with the Illinois Commerce Commission, under Ad vice No. 3445, the offering of a new optional toll service. Selective Calling Service. It will be made avail able to business and residence cus tomers in Illinois Bell's 127 ex changes beyond the Chicago Outer Metropolitan Area. A copy of the proposed filing may be inspected by any interested party at any business office of this Company in Illinois. All parties interested in this matter may obtain information with respect thereto either directly from this Company or by addressing the Secretary of the Illinois Commerce Commission, Springfield, Illinois 62706. ILLINOIS BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY By: J. E. EBBERT Manager Legal 4958 — Aug. 25, Sept. 1 8, 1972 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ILLINOIS EDWARDSVILLE. ILLINOIS NOVELLEE CHRISTOPHER and WALTER B. CHRISTOPHER, Petitioners YS EREDA MOORE. CHARLES WILLIAMS and RHONDA LEE WILLIAMS, a Minor, Defendants No. 72-F-33S Petition for Adoption of u Child Named RHONDA LEE WILLIAMS PUBLICATION ADOPTION NOTICE The requisite Affidavit for Publi cation having been filed, notice is hereby given to CHARLES W1L. l.IAMS. that on the 21st day of Aug ust. A.D. 197:;. NOVELLEE CHRIS TOPHER and WALTER B. CHRIS TOP11ER filed a petition in the of Ike of the Clerk of the Circuit four of Madison County, Illinois, for th adoption of u child named RHOND.- LEE WILLIAMS, that summing wa fully issued, returnable accprdin to law, and that said petition is sti pending. No\y. unless you. the said delend ant. file your answer, ur utherwi.s make your appearance in said causi. held in the Courthouse in the Ot of Edwardsville. County of Mad son, Illinois, on or before Octube 4th. A.D. I97'J, default may be ei tercil against you at any time then after and a decree <_>!" adoption e! tered in accnrdaiue with the pia\c of b.iiil petition Wll.LAKIJ V I'OKl I'll. Clerk ot the ( u\uii t'uurt Madivjii County PRATT '&. MOSELE! I/I'D.'* By: Victor J. Mosele Attorneys lor Pctitk-nei s 707 Berkshire. Suite MO East Alton, ll!mui:> 0-0-M OKWSFAFER omwusE.ASK) ANNOUNCEMENTS Legal ANNOUNCEMENTS Legal 1 Legal 4956 — 25 CERTIFICATE I, WILLIAM E. HUFF, Secretary of THE HAYNER PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT, an Illinois public library district with offices In the City of Alton and the State of Illinois, as custodian of the official records and minute book of the meetings of the Board of Trustees of said library district, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that the following Ordinance (72-5) is and constitutes a true, accurate and complete copy of an Ordinance adopted by the Board of Trustees of said Library, on motion duly made, seconded and carried at a meeting of said board of Trustees at which a quorum was present duly called, convened and held in Alton, Illinois, all In accordance with the by-laws of said library on the 8th day of August, 1972. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my name ai ecretary this 24th day of August, 1972. S/WILLIAM E. HUFF Secretary Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of August. D., 1972. s/BEVERLY A. HARRIS Notary Public My Commission Expires July 22, 1979. Ordinance No. 72-5 THE HAYNER PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT BUDGET AND APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE MAKING AN ANNUAL APPROPRIATION FOR THE HAYNER PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT, MADISON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, FOR THE FISCAL YEAR, BEGINNING JULY 3, 1972, AND ENDING JUNE 30, 1973. WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of The Hayner Public Library District, Madison County, Illinois, did cause to be prepared in tentative )rm a Budget and Appropriation Ordinance and the Secretary of this loard has made the same conveniently available to public inspection for t least thirty (30) days prior to final action thereon; and, WHEREAS, a public hearing was held as to such Budget and appropriation Ordinance on the 8th day of August, 1972, prior to passage f said ordinance, and notice of said hearing was given at least one (1) week prior thereto as required by law, and all other legal requirementi ave been complied with; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF •RUSTEES OF THE HAYNER PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT, MADION COUNTY, ILLINOIS AS FOLLOWS: Section 1 Budget Summary CASH ON HAND. JULY 3, 1972 (unaudited) $ 28,974.17 B. ESTIMATED REVENUE 1. Amount of new levies 300,000 2. Prior years revenue 30,050 3. Library fees 500 4. Photocopy fees 2,500 Total 333,050.00 . ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES (See Section 2) (333,05000) D. ESTIMATED CASH ON HAND, JUNE 30, 1973 28,974.17 Section 2. That the sums of money set out below or so much thereof as may be authorized by law be and the same are hereby appropriated for the purposes of the Board of Library Trustees of the Hayner Public Library District. Alton, Illinois, as hereinafter specified for tha fiscal year beginning July 3, 1972 and ending June 30, 1973. FROM GENERAL LIBRARY TAXES AND REVENUE ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION APPROPRIATED Total Personal Services $ 139,715 S-ll Professional services 3,500 3-21 Postage 8,500 i-22 Travel & Subsistence 2,230 5-24 Automobile Allowance 300 3-41 Printing, Advertising 15.800 1-51 Building & Equipment Insurance 1,200 3-52 Liability Insurance 2,000 3-53 Workman's Compensation Insurance 340 3-55 Surety, Forgery & Burglary 50 B-56 F.I.C.A. & I.M.R.F 14,000 3-57 Health & Accident Insurance 3,875 3-61 Gas 2,500 3-62 Electric Light £ Power 5,000 3-63 Telephone &. Telegraph 2,300 3-65 Water 150 3-66 Sewer Service 80 3-71 Building Repair 1,000 3-73 Repair of Machinery & Equipment 2,500 3-74 Preventatlve Maintenance Contracts 880 B-81 Rent of Buildings 13,200 3-83 Rent of Equipment 6 750 3-91 Cleaning & Painting 2,000 3-92 Memberships, Dues, Tuition 850 3-93 Towel & Laundry Service 500 3-97 Contract Work Not Otherwise Specified 3,400 C- 1 Office Supplies 5,200 Field Supplies 650 C- 3 Construction Materials 1,500 :- 4 Gasoline 500 C- 5 Automotive Supplies 1,000 Library Materials 57,025 E- 4 Machinery & Equipment 1,805 - 3 Debt Service 1 500 '•• 1 Contingent Fund 5,500 ~- 1 Election 3,000 J— 2 Building Renovation L'2,',°5U TOTAL $ 333.050 Appropriated for the foregoing expenses from the tax tor General Library Purposes Appropriated tor the foregoing expenses from the income of Library Fees Appropriated for the foregoing expenses from the income of Photocopy l-'ees Appropriated for the forgoing expenses ;'rom prior year's revenue Building and Equipment tund Special Bequest Fund 300,000 500 2,500 17.000 13,050 30,1150 Section 3. That the Board oi Trustees of the llajner Public Library District hereby applies for a specnic lund to be accumulated I'rum the unexpended balance ot the proceed^- received from library ta.xe.-.. said fund tu be accumulated and set aside as a ic.icrve lund tor the purchase uf sites and construction and equipment oi buildings tor librarv purposes in accordance \vith L'luipicr SI. Section 1UU5-1U ol the lllinuis Revised Statutes. This ordinance shall b'. m lull turcc- and enect fium ajid utter Its passage, approval, and publication according tu law. Passed by roll call yule this Sl'll day ot AuKUst, 1U7^. Hun. Joost. Kelley, Lightsey, Meredith, AYES Middle-ton NAYS (jreeliwoud, 7 None. AUSENT: Balk SEAL' Attested und tiled this Uu.\t"ll — -V ill daV ol AU^'Jst. 1UY1!. i ii.xuij'.s H mix io:» rUI'SIDEN'r. UOAKU Oi- 'IKr.-.n.l.S Ilil. IIAYNEK PUhlUC LIUKAKY 1.HMUICT i,;ii!n (M day of Augu-,1. )'J7^ WILLIAM L. HUM- .SKfKUr.ARY UUAKU 01 IKlSlhl.S THE HAY.NEK PUBLIC LIBRARY UKVIKICT PU yaux*Y. 4

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