Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 6, 1961
Page 14
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THURSDAY, APRIL B, 1061 , I r i ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Five Transferred by 04 To North Carolina Plant Owen*fntnBtt Olam Os. ftxhy amwutieid transfer of !hm pet. tarn fwm the Alton ftcillty to Its plant new wider construction it Durham, N. C. Ray A. Ashlock, formerly iup> ertntendent of the Alton central RAY A. ASHLOCK mold department, is now manager of the North Carolina plant. Ashlock attended school in Alton and We wat Assistant irufuiirial JOHN J. KEITH neering supervisor of machine manufacturing at the Godfrey plant. Keith attended grade and high school in Gillespie and is a graduate of Shurtleff College. He has also attended Washington University, St. Louis. He has worked for Owens-Illinois since 1937. Roger H. Toney, of 3402 Leo Dr. Milter to Direct Bands At Bethalto 8BTHALTO - Dr. J. Robert Miller, dean of ff» Mlltlken Ut* verslty School of MiflrtC, Wfll t* fries* conductor at the Madison County High School Band Festival Friday at 7:30 p.m. In the Civic Memorial High*School gymnasium. Miller will 'pad two 120-ptece bnnds In the BethaHo music fesl- val. Bethatto Board Votes • ' Wage, Salary Increases 10 cent increase In pay from $2 to $2.10 an hour, The street superintendent will be paid $25 a month, same as the present salary, tlndor the new together with fpps for <Jog ordinance the Village Chief of fleer* and elected officials of Be-1 licenses, auto licenses and other ,Pnllrp will receive a $25 salary 11.95 per hour. Tht operator off 4 J flp gfl |, rf , J ct§ a tractor grader will receive BETHALTO — ftrnployes, of-,mim, thalto will receive pay Increases,|llcrnses Issued. The "clerk Is al- effective May 1, 1961, under two new ordinances adopted by the Village Board. The mayor will receive $75 a month, an Increase Of $25 ovet the present salary. The Mayor's salary and expenses, according to thp ordinance, will be paid from jfhr waterworks and sewerage op- Tickets for the concert will goj pmM f(ind flnd pra| on sale to the public at the door rRtP , und of , h vn , C'nl*lr>t> n4 O. AH w tu n Friday at B.45 p.m. Returns to School BETHALTO — Mrs. Ellen Newcomb returned to classes at the Illinois Wesleyan University after spending Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Newcomb, 428 W. Main St: University of Illinois. HP served!.St.. will become assistant purehas- in the Army in Europe and Ko-!ing agent at the new plant. He rea, where he achieved the rank of major. He has been with Owens-Illinois since 1938. John J. Keith of 2624 Watalee Ave., has been named administrative manager of the new plant. was a member of the purchasing department at fiodfrey moldshop. He is a graduate of West Virginia University. He joined Owens- Illinois in 1959 in Toledo, Ohio, and transferred to the Alton Cen- RIO DE JANEIRO-Brazil has asked bids on the construction of a two-way auto traffic tunnel between Rio de Janeiro and Niterol. tral Shops in 1960. William J. Lucker of Brighton has been appointed shop superintendent at the new plant. He was ja supervisor in the Alton mold manufacturing shop. He joined the firm in 1939. He has been ac* tive in civic affairs in this area, particularly with the Boy Scouts. Earl C. Tremmel has been appointed accounting supervisor for the new installation. He was with the accounting department of the Godfrey plant. He has been with Owens-Illinois since 1929, in accounting positions. Compensation for trustees will be $12 per meeting, an increase of $2. The village clerk's salary was hiked from $300 to $350 per an- lowed $90 expenses per year. Compensation totaling $600, payable monthly, Is allowed the police magistrate along with books nnd supplies. Under a new law the police magistrate Is patd a salary Increase from $390 to $375. • The night police patrolman will also get a hike from $300 to $325 a month. Salary of a special watchman will be hiked from $1.85 an hour Crash in Sleet Storm TOKYO fAP) - Four Japanese air force Sabre jets crashed today after running Inlo a heavy sleet storm during a training flight over northern Japan. Pour other planes in the flight landed safely. Three flien are missing. ito $1.93 of for work provided. hour pay and was the extra inrreasrd The ordinance for elected officials cannot be changed for a pe-i riod of 4 years, Mayor Erwin, I will receive a c pay hike from $1.60 per hour to $1.70 and the labor foreman's pay will be increased from $1.85 to regular costs, from „ (JO , 0 „ ?( , ^ houp _ ^ if ire chief in Belhallo will gnt an increase of $25 in pay from $175 to $200 per year. The village engineer is allowed $7f> per quarter for services and] the attorney, $50 per quarter and 1 for extra services, $75 per quart- i PI. ; of 4 years, said. Street laborers NOW THAT THE ELEOTION IS OVER My sincere thankr to my friends who devoted their rim* and energy in my behalf. My grateful appreciation to the voters who enabled me to achieve the distinction of serving your interest. In the forthcoming years I will endeavor at all times to serve you efficiently and economically and to fulfill the trust you have placed in me. Sincerely, ALLEN W. TITE WOOD RIVER TOWNSHIP TAX COLLECTOR Per at LOWER PRICES Graduation, Prom Z\ < and Bridal Parties <M>( at" • 4»" COTTON SATIN solid B Ac Printed fac V i/llDoltarn. 19 , Color* 45" Tiff it a ytfPalterni ' • yd, 4» COLORS Me ggc v^' / Embroidered^-" Cottoni, Synthetic* $1J» As low an 42 yd. Value vd. 48" Nylon Chiffon 79 e yd. Silk Organza '1 42" Embroidered Silk Organza M *iM 1 yd. Nylon 79 VI W • 48" Brocade$ yd. 48" Nylon Swiss 89 C yd. 4S" .IB" Chantilly Laci s r y(1 Arnel & Cotton 98° 48" Dacronft Cotton 980 yd. 'THE 40 E. Ferguson, Weed River • CL 4-1236 Biedermans Smash Prices on famous I* Mil. CO Full Width FREEZER! 9O Lb». froien food capacity! Door storage! HP ai*!***" «J T^^ Jr'TiLAr -if**^^ • ' m '^ ^"^^ TWIN CRISPERS Glass- cov - ered, easy »o-»e«-»n»o slide - out dra wers! REFRIGERATORS * Bigger Trade-ins at Biedermans! You'll be astonished at how much your old refrigerator is worth at Biedermans! Get the "Actual Value" of your Trade-in . . . not just a Token Allowance! Biedermans needs it in our big Bargain Outlet Store! * lowest Prices at Biedermans! Shop anywhere in this trading area.. .Nowhere, we believe, will you find lower prices on famed PHILCO refrigerators! * Yeu Pay No Money .,«»*••* Enjoy your Pnilco refrigerator right now . . . while the prices are so low and trade-ins so delightfully high! 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Bamboo, Willow, Black, Blue and merry multicolors. Sizes 8 to 20. •UmnwoU Mining * 1U«. Co. Charge itl 9 monthly payments-no service charge t months to pay-small service charge BOND'S, 117 Third St. HOword Mill Ope* MM-. *'-. TUI f P.M.

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