Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
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PAGE TWELVE ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1963 Club Women Hear Talfc On Art at Bethalto Art and its means of expression is for everyone — not just those who are talented, members of the fi&hnlto Woman's Club were told Ttjf'Sday night. Mrs. Kenneth Shenry, art instructor at Wilbur Trimpe Junior rffgh School, explained the 15 rn*diums of teaching art at the sdiool. She also pointed out the need for art and for art appreciation She said the younger people study art and show a great interest in it, but as they get older let their interest fade. The 54 - member club approved a contribution of 50 cents per member to the Madison County Historical Society. The group also approved a $25 contribution to the William Neunaber memorial fund. Mrs. Charles W. Taylor, -president of the group, submitted her resignation since she and her family may be leaving the area. She will bp succeeded by Mrs. Gene Zimmerman, the current vice president. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. James Ravanelli. Mrs Thomas Connoyer, and Mrs. Rob ert Worden. Legion Ham, Bean Supper Set Tonight A ham and to the public, bean supper, opei will be served a the American Legion Hall in Eas Alton tonight. Serving will contin ue from 5 p.m. throughout the early evening hours. Neal Dug ger, junior vice commander, is in charge of general arrangements. Following the supper, "Hits o By-Gone Days," a collection o records provided by WOKZ radi station, Alton, will be used t furnish music for the free danc ing party. REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE BANK OF ALTON of Alton in the State of Illinois at the close of business on Septerrt- ber 10, 1963. Published in Response to Call of The Director of Financial Institutions of the State of Illinois. ASSETS 1. Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection $ 740,559.71 2. United States government obligations $ 868,792.52 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures.. 466.637.50 5. Total .securities 1,335,430.02 6. Less reserves applicable to items (2), (3), .and (4) 101.56 1,335,328.46 8. Loans and discounts 1,935,152.32 9. Less reserve for bad debts 1,662.65 1,933,459.67 10. Bank furniture and fixtures 90,096.92 90,096.92 ll.,Real estate owned other than bank premises 12. Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real estate , 14. Other assets (Item 6 of "Other Assets" schedule) 37,029.35 1,300.00 4,400.83 15. TOTAL ASSETS 4,142,174.94 LIABILITIES 16,;^)emand deposits of individuals, : partnerships, and corporations 1,971,184.90 17.%Tirne and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ....; 1,481,449.40 18. Deposits of U.S. Government (including postal savings) 42,534.25 19. Deposits of States and political subdivisions .... 311,756.39 21. Certified and officers' checks, etc 31,197.73 22. TOTAL DEPOSITS (items 16 to 21).. 3,838,122.67 (a) Total demand deposits 2,145,975.34 (b) Total time and savings deposits.. 1,692,147.33 26. Other liabilities (item 7 of "Other Liabilities" 41,277.10 27?;TOTAL LIABILITIES •. 3,879,399.77 # CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 2$,'Capital: (a) Common stock, total ;>;:-par value , 200,000.00 29; Surplus 3fr.-.Undivided profits 30,000.00 32,775.17 aj£pTOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 5 262,775.17 33, TOTAL LIABILITIES AND ACCOUNTS $4,142,174.94 >!;• W. E. Beardsmo're, Executive Vice President and Cashier, <5 the above-named bank, do solemnly SWEAR that the above Statement is true and that it fully and correctly represents the tele state of the several matters herein contained and set forth, tip the best of my knowledge and belief. ;? - Correct—Attest: W. E. BEARDSMORE •:•. ORVILLE M. TRIES ) >'•• URBAN A. GUBSER ) Directors ;' . O. DERRELL SMITH ) >State of Illinois, County of Macoupin, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 19th day of September, 1963. .••My commission expires February 18, 1964. Begin Street Repairs in Edwardsville (Seal) CAROL UTTERBACK, Notary Public EDWARDSVILLE — Workmen of Havelka Co. of East Alton began spreading liquid asphalt and crushed stone on Edwardsvillo arterial streets this morning for road maintenance under the motor fuel tax program. An estimated 8.000 gallons of liquid asphalt and 400 tons of crushed stone was expected to be spread on the main arterial streets today, a representative of the East Alton firm, Wayne Coun- ten said today. The Havelka Co. submitted low bids here early this month to supply asphalt and materials for maintenance of city streets under the motor fuel tax system. Counten said four trucks are hauling crushed stone into the city to be sproad over the liquid asphalt by a self - propelled rock- stone spreader. The representative of the Havelka firm said the self-propelled spreader enables the road-oiling project to move at a faster pace. Roxana Boy Scouts of Troop 44 will have a rummage sale Saturday at Seventh and Madison in Wood River. Harry Nelson is scoutmaster. Delegates from the Church of the Nazarene who attended the Sunday school convention Saturday in Taylorville were: Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kelly, Mrs. Edgar Scammahorn, Mrs. Wilbert Shirley, the Rev. and Mrs. Allen Dace, Mrs. Eugene Floyd and Mrs. Paul Cook. Roger Lowery, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lowery of Elm street and Kenneth Rader, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph K. Rader of Doerr avenue visited Sunday in Normal and Bloomington. Roger visited with Steve Cozine, a student at Illinois State University at Normal and Kenneth visited his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rader in Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schubert and son, Norman, of 322 Doerr Ave., had as guests Sunday their son, Curtis, a student at the University of Illinois in Champaign, Miss Linda Peterson, also a student at the University of Illinois, and Mrs. Schubert's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Weissenbach and daughters, Jerry and Debbie, of Belleville. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Major and children, Dennis and Betty of lendale Gardens, had as guest the past week, Mrs. Major's father, Joseph Longo, of Miami, Fla. While he was here they visited his nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Badalamenti in Edwardsville, and his brother-in- aw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Candianto, in Taylorville. Longo is now visiting a son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Longo in Florissant, Mo. Indiana Harbor Gets Conditional White House OK WASHINGTON (AP)-A report on Indiana's controversial park- harbor project is ready for consideration by Congress after a swift relay by Secretary of the Army Cyrus R. Vance. The conditional approval given by the While House in a letter from the Budget Bureau was seconded by Vance. The bureau attached several conditions to its recommendation that Congress authorize the Burns Ditch harbor project. In forwarding the report Tuesday, Vance emphasized these conditions, which include self-liquidating and adequate public terminals and transfer facilities, and water and air pollution control for dunes park areas. Vance wrote: "I concur in the recommendations of the Chief of Army Engineers and the Bureau of the Budget on the need for further detailed study to support clearly the economic justification of the pro- ject. Study "Should the project be authorized, this study will be made prior to the expenditure of funds for construction; and, as recommend ed by the Bureau of the Budget, all estimated traffic will be considered, including that related to the several combinations of steel mill facilities to be developed. "Further dependable assurances satisfactory to the secretary ol the Army will be required con cerning the timely construction Oi at least one integrated steel mill.' The Budget Bureau's recom mendation for authorization in eluded a condition that local cooperation be assured. Vance said on this point he will recommend that "the state of In diana furnish assurances satisfactory to the secretary of the Army that water and air pollution sources will be controlled to the maximum extent feasible in order to minimize any adverse effects on public recreational areas in he general vicinity of the harbor." Compromise The new proposal is a compromise, providing for a harbor and also an 11,700-acre recreational area. Indiana Dunes State Park would be included in the latter. Rep. J. Edward Roush, D-Ind., said he will introduce a bill to authorize the compromise project and will request early hearings on the measure. Sen. Vance Hartke, D-Ind., said he expects die push for authorization will be made next year. However, Sen. Paul H. Douglas, D-I11., said the compromise is not acceptable to him. A leading opponent of a deepwater port at Burns Ditch, Douglas wants the dunes area preserved for recreational purposes'. The report from the Budget Bureau came in the form of a letter to Vance from Deputy Director Elmer B. Staats. Staats listed these conclusions: "1. Aside from the assumptions with respect to the construction of two integrated steel mills and the volume of coal shipments from the Burns Ditch harbor, the Bu reau of the Budget believes that the net saving in vessel movement time for coal, grata, and genera' cargo used by the Corps of Engineers is excessive... Report "2. The revised report of the chief of engineers assumes the need for a harbor adequate to provide for the requirements of :wo integrated steel milis with the result that the assumed benefits due to the construction of a public harbor are increased from $10 million to $17 million. "It is our understanding that both companies, the National Steel Corp. and the Bethlehem Steel Co., have stated their intention to add basic steel-making facilities to the rolling and finishing mills now in operaton or under construction, the timing to be determined in the light of economic and other considerations. .. "3. The Bureau of the Budget believes that uncertainties exist with respect to forecasting future trends in coal shipments which have been assumed in the revised report of the chief of engineers. Concerning 'the dunes, Staats said the Department of the Interior has recently reviewed the. remaining dunes areas to determine those feasible for use in a lake- Shore park. "While the tracts immediately adjacent to the harbor site are not proposed for acquisition," Staats' letter said, "an area fully meeting the established criteria for a national lakeshore area has been developed by the Department of the Interior, and will be submitted to the Congress shortly." ANTWERP — Belgian seamen are seeking more holidays. MYF Groups Attend Retreat Over Weekend Members of the MYF of the Methodist Church of Hartford, South Roxana and Wanda churches attended the Methodist Youth Retreat at Camp Potawatami for three days over the weekend. The sessions consisted of Bible study devotions and group discussions. The Rev. Ricky George, pastor of the South Roxana and Wanda churches served as chairman ol the retreat. Carl Draper, sub-dis trict MYF leader, was program chairman. Mr. and Mrs. John Salic, Mrs. Nelson Cook and Frank Sumner served as y o u t h directors for the sessions. Cooks during the week end were: Mrs. Tot Howe, Mrs. Kenny Draper, Mrs. John Champlain and Mrs. Lois Fleming. Transportation was furnished by leaders and Mr and Mrs. Harold Workman. __________ SAFE AT STEWARTS' OLKAHOMA CITY (AP) — A mourning dove couldn't have found a safer place to raise her brood. The state Wildlife Conservation Department said the bird selected the home of Eva and Mary K. Stewart, sisters who are employed at the department's offices here. COLOMBO — Ceylon has made new plans to expor* cotton. Buy Nationally Advertised Brands of Ladies' Better Quality Shoes High Grade, Cancellations, Samples, Irregulars SAVE UP TO 50fo OR MORE Reg. $14.95, 910.95 and $18.95 quality. All heels, widths, sizes and colors. WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway t And 6.88 Direct From Factory "open Fridays Till 9 P.M. LIVERPOOL—Pensions now being given to widows of English policemen are said to be the highest of their type in the world. SAVINGS ADD UP FASTER HERE! 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GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 10 Oz. Can .5 £ 39' Bethalto IGA Super Market 126 S. Prairie Bethalto 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. Dally Except Friday Open "I'll 8:00 P.M. STAHL'S IGA Market Fosterburg Open 7 A.M. to 7 P.M. Dally CAMPBELL'S IGA Market 614 N, Delmar Hartford Open 6180 A.M. to Bi80 P.M. Dally CHARLIE'S IGA Market 301 Sinclair So. Roxana Store Hours: 7 A.M. to 6 P.M. Dally 6th ST. SUPER IGA Market 6 So, 6th St, Wood River Store Hour*! 8 to 6 Dally Except Thurs. and Frl. Open to T P.M. Wo Reierve tho Right To Limit

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