Section 4 Pages 35-44 Established January 15, 1836. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sporti Classified TO MARCH IN PARADE ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26,1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Jersey Rebekahs Mark Guest Night »i o m , embers of the Wood River Jon Gimmy, Jeft Smith, Bob Nowlin, High School band have been chosen to John Highfili and Hurt Heeren. The march in the Veiled Prophet Parade boys were- chosen for the parade after Saturday night in St. Louis. They are a parade official witnessed their per- from left, Ray Wills, Dwight Kistner, formance in Collinsville. JERSEYVILLE - The Ruby Rebekah Lodge observed Guest Night Tuesday evening in the IOOF Hall, Officers from neighboring lodges who occupied the stations for the evening were: Mrs. Edna Garrett, Gillespie, noble grand; Mrs. Dorothy Brock, Carrollton, right supporter to noble grand; Helen Fullegar of Carlin Lodge in Alton, left supporter to noble grand; Mrs. Elizabeth Bishop, Carrollton, conductress; Mrs. Leona Coonrad, White Hall, warder; Mrs. Edna Prusia, Wood River, musician; Mrs. Gertrude Aljets, Wood River, treasurer; Mrs. Helen Schmidt, Brighton, financial secretary; Mrs. G. Robson, Gillespie, recording secretary; Mrs. Wanda Stamper, Brighton, chaplain. Mrs. Rose Hatcher, Carlin Lodge North Alton, past noble ;rand; Mrs. Mary Ellen Jack- Carlinville Unit OKs Budget of $806,850 CARLINVILLE - Dr. R. E. Leasman, superintendent of the Carlinville Community Unit Schools, has just released the levies made by the Board of Education. The total of all levies was $413,200, a decrease of $33,300 from the 1962 levy. Individual leviies by funds include the fol- lowing: educational fund, $330,000, a decrease of $35,000 from the 1962 levy; building fund, $75,000, the same as 1962 levy; municipal retirement fund $8,200, an increase of $1,700 over the 1962 levy. At the same time the board approved a budget of $806,850 for the 1963-64 operations. And Otlter County Business SALINAS, Calif. JP— A lock jammed on the courthouse door. While employes waited impatiently for a repairman to fix it, one man remarked: "We'll be late getting the coffee started." son, Carrollton, inner guard; Mrs. Helen Bates, Brighton, outside guard; Mrs. Genevieve Cole, Wood River, vice grand; Mrs. Ruth Hermes, Brighton, right supporter to vice grand; Mrs. Fannie Kuehnel, Brighton, left, supporter to vice grand. Exceptional Child Council Will Meet The Greater Alton Area of the Council for Exceptional Children will have its annual fall dinner meeting Oct. 8, at the Granite City High School Cafeteria at 6:30 p.m. The guest speaker will be Charles Matthews, of the Southern Illinois University faculty. Reservations may be made by Tuesday through Miss Helen Sample, 1107 Washington Ave. Alton. SYDNEY - Australian shippers ,vi]| raise prices soon. Greenfield PTA Meeting Set Tonight GREENFIELD - The first meeting of the PTA for the 196364 school year will take place at 7:30 tonight at the elementary school. The program will feature a discussion of the new method of teaching arithmetic, which has been introduced in the first three grades of the Greenfield schools and will soon be extended through the upper grades and into h i g h school. Favre Gould, head of the department of mathematics of the East Alton-Wood River school system, will be the principal speaker. ,000 Bond Set for Baze in Jersey County Fronting on Atlantic City's five-mile-long boardwalk are 35 hod dog stands, 25 restaurants, 10 popcorn stalls, 50 novelty shops, 15 amusement parlors, four shooting galleries, five min iature golf courses, 33 clothing stores, two furriers, two stock brokers and two phrenologists. JERSEYVILLE — Bail was fixed by Circuit Judge Clem Smith Monday for the defendents indicted by the Jersey County grand jury Monday. Billy Baze, indicted for burglary, was arraigned and bond set at $10,000. He was unable to furnish bail. Bail for William Wheeler and Edwin Waters, indicted on a charge of burglarizing the Westlake Country Club on night of Aug. 7, was set at $2,500 for each defendant. Bond for James Elledge, Lowill Elledge, Mary Elledge and Raymond Saylor was fixed in each case at $2,500. Saylor is the only one of the four who has not been apprehended. The docket of cases was called during Monday by Judge Smith and cases demanding jury trial ,vere set for the weeks of Nov. Tax Levy Voted Out at Fieldon JERSEYVILLE - The villnpel board of trustees of Fieldon have again voted to eliminate a t a x levy for the fiscal year ending May, 1964. This marks the third time in four years that the board voted to finance the operation of the village out of current income without recourse to a tax levy. 4 and 11. Judge Smith entered an order for the drawing of a venire of 40 jurors as of Oct. 1 to report for duty during the weeks of Nov. 4 and 11. Taxes paid this year by villagers included a village levy of $(jOO voted in 1962. Current income for 1963 without a tax levy and exclusive of motor fuel tax receipts, was $3,034.49. Expenditures were $1,578.00. The balance on hand as of May 1,1963 was $4,878.92 and the current cash balance is $4,933.69. 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