Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 17, 1961 · Page 5
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April 17, 1961

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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MONDAY, APRIL 17,1961 ALTON EVENING TEI.KIRAPM Prospects Brighter lor Sewers in Warren Levis GODFREY - PoMtWHty that.be obtained to the MeMteello Dfe construction of e lagoon type «ew- •rage ayirtem In Warren Levls Dis- trtet coon. An effort win be made to do trlct will be underway hy Aug.!the engineering and financing tor 1, loomed brighter today follow- the Blach Creek, Warren Levis and Montieello Districts slmul- taneouftly. Cost of the Warren Levis District has been estimated at $297,000, This area contains 300 ing a meeting of thr> owners of that area and township officials Satin-day at the town hall. Supervisor Clifford Krug snld a sufficient number of property owners have agreed to sign for j homes and more than 350 vacant the sewer service and that many [lots. of them have already signed tisei Knig also announced that a agreements and paid the $25 down.meeting of Black Creek District payment. i property owners, township officials A sufficient number of property land engineers, has been called for owners In the Black Creek area'2 p.m. Saturday at the town hall have already agreed to sign tori at which time further plans for the service, Krug said, and It la I the system In that area will be hoped the required number will!discussed. BILLS! BILLS! BILLS! Snowed Under With Bills? GET OUT PROM UNDER WITH A LOW COST LOAN TO PAY THEM ALLI FAST FRIENDLY SEHVICEI STOP IN OR PHONE L S. "SKIP" ROPER ... HO 2-9795 NoR-S TATE FINANCE CO. 2408 STATE ST. PHONE HO 2-9795 County Seat, Hwn't Been Served In Legate Case EDWARDSVILLE - In response ice to a question by the Telegraph as to whether the defendants the Orval Legate mandamus case will ever f »,. But be "other mandamus gait" tn the statement in to « writ filed April |7 in Circuit Court commanding the city to pay judgments assessed against it as a result of civil actions brought by four residents. MATALE. Ceyion—bevfitoprnent °Mof a confectionery plant Is pro- defendants posed for this cocoa-growing had upon nn thei HOSTESSES AT DEDICATION First Presbyterian Church, Jersey- In photo, from left: Mrs. C. H. Orabbe, vllle, dedicated a new education build- Mrs. Paul Powell, Mrs. Aaron Cope, Ing addition to the church property Mrs. Leslie Flautt, Mrs. Janet Paton, Sunday and the deaconesses served as Mrs. W. Clark Doak, Mrs. Delbert Short hostesses during an open house session, and Mrs. O. M. Kruse.—Staff Photo. Jersey Presbyterians Donna Kennedy T\ !• *T%T TI *i i* ! Elected to State Dedicate New Building | Student Office against the city Intend to file an answer or a motion to dismiss, City Attorney Robert W. Tunnell today responded with the following statement: "At the moment we really are not In court for the reason that no summons has been served on any of the defendants In either the Legate case or the other mandamus suit now on file. "It is customary In all law, suits to servo the defendant ori • defendants. Until that Is done the i defendants HIT not In court and are not required under the law to file any pleading. "I understand from the Circuit I Clerk'* office that no summons has been requested to be delivered to the sheriff for service by l the sheriff's office on any of the I defendants. ! "When or whether or not serv- are served there Is nothing t can area 75 miles from Colombo. do for purposes of defense." The statement makes reference' to a writ of mandamus filed Thursday In behalf of dismissed re-1 to his office or allowed the opportunity to reply to the charges against him. Reference to the! _.. u«»nd«etenow dtteovetmt how much ilronief and better the? ean leel b* bitint ordinary Kidney or Bladder . . tuttoni. These irritations often occur after 35, and may make you tense and nervous from too frequent, burnint or Itching urination both d*>r and nitht, comb ItrlU BeoonrTarllir, you ma» IOM fer from Headaches, Bte , sites »nd itif- ekaehe ind feel old, tired. depretied. In luch Irritation, OrBTBX usually brines fast, relaslnt torn fort by curblnf Irrttatlnf terou In itront, acid urine and by glvlnt analtesio p«ln rclltt. 8«fe for yooni or old. Qet OY8TKX at drunlttt. feel better fttt A Small Coin + • Equals Worry fro* Uundry Dayt OOIN OPERATED UUHOflT OOUEBE i MIIN tt, All ToB-u>»d. Atltator WmMri Dryer*. Do Vour Wtiol* Wteft in L*w HIM •• Hour. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY—7 DAYS A WEEK JERSEYVILLE — First Presbyterian Church Sunday afternoon dedicated a new stone educational building erected at a cost of nearly'$150.000. Sermon at the dedication was delivered by the Rev. Dr. A. Ralph Lynn, long-time Presbyterian minister at Granite City. Richard Eccles of Alton, moderator of Alton Presbytery, presid ed. Early Week Features! 1719 WASHINGTON UPPER ALTON 411 PIASA ST, DOWNTOWN SUPER RIGHT FRESH GROUND BEEF LB. 49 SUPER-RIGHT BONE-IN BEEF ARM ROAST LB. 49° SUPER-RIGHT BONELESS CHUCK ROAST 59 C LB. YELLOW CLING PEACHES Contadina J e Lg. 2'/2 Can M.OO Salted CRACKERS .... Jane Parker COOKIES ..... ORANGE JUICE . . . CAKE MIXES . . . . WHOLE CHICKEN . . . Fresh BROCCOLI .... CUCUMBERS . . . . GREEN ONIONS or RADISHES Dixie I A, • • Belle—Lb. I9 1 4 T/z Lb. Varieties Pkg. . Frozen 5 6 Ox. 99 C Pillsbury A $ 1 AA 3 Kinds 0 for I.UU 89' Calif. • Bunch Lena J • Green U for £*f" . 3 19c During part of the ceremony Dr. W. Clark Doak, chairman of the church building committee, turned the keys over to John G. Flautt. chairman of the board of trustees. The dedication and open house was attended by several hundred persons, including clergy from nearby churches. The Rev. Leroy Lyell, president of Jersey County Ministerial Association, participated in the program. Others participating, in addition to the pastor, the Rev. M. Edwards Breed, were the Rev. Allen E. Schoff of Springfield, and Mrs. Allen Parsel, superintendent of the church school. Work on the building was started on July 20, 1960, and it was put in use March 26, 1961. Mrs. Zimmerman Resigns Relief Post in Godfrey GODFREY — Mrs. Mary Ellen Kuhn began her duties today in the Godfrey Township relief office replacing Mrs. Neva Zimmerman who has resigned. Mrs. Zimmerman, who has held the position for the past 24 years, said in her letter of resignation, ithat her husband had recently re- DONNA KENNEDY Donna Kennedy, eighth grade student at West Junior Higli School, was elected state secretary of the Illinois Assn. of Junior High Student Councils, at the annual meeting in Normal Satur-J dya. i Donna is the daughter of Mr.! and Mrs. John A. Kennedy, 12.1 Brentwood Blvd. , The West Junior student will i begin serving in the post nextj school year. She will be required j to attend all state member and executive board meetings. Gary Hamburg, of Abbott Jun- signed his post with the Gulf, Mo-jior High School, of Elgin, wasj bile and Ohio railroad and that elected president. ' More than 200 delegates attend-, at home. led the meeting. Next year's mee-i Mrs. Zimmerman will continue ling will be in Belleville. I as Godfrey Township tax collec-j > tor, a post to which she was re-j y~i -if C t I ! j elected by a landslide on April j IrOCff TCy jCnOOi ; Talent Show j Set for April 26 GODFREY — The annual student talent show will be held at i Godfrey School. April '26. at 7:30 p m.. it was announced today. Twenty • five acts including | dances, songs, readings, panto-1 mimes and instrumental numbers j will he featured. | Tickets will go on sale Wednesday Adult tickets are SO cent* Relative of Bethalto Candidate Succumbs BETHALTO — Leo E. Dugger, candidate for mayor here Tuesday, was called out of town today by the death of his mother-in- law, Mrs. Florence Elikofer, at Evansville, Ind. Dugger, who is opposing incumbent Mayor Erwin Plegge, will not be here for the election, j it vas announced. ;aiicl children ~2~i conts. North .Juii- LONDON-The robin has beenlior High School Band will play named Britain's national bird, 'during the intermission. *****************-*•*•******************* NO PARKING METERS No Trash Assessment Oemplelad Plant far Senior Homing Projeol * * Arm's Most Complete And Snporvlsea' Playiroinds { * * * * New Heronry Vnpar Street Ughting Now Mvlntnanoo Bmmutf EqilpMMl NOW! All this and More to Come! "VAN'S THE MAN" * With the future plan for your continued success Share in the Benefits of Efficient Management RE-ELECT MAYOR <« EAST ALTON 30 ytdri of guidance by e*pt««»«• hoi achieved Eact Alto* Hit proud reputotion ... "MOIE FOR THE CITIZENS FROM THE TAX 001* LAR". MM! progrtttivt and i««i«8try optrottd villogt in Huj Stott of Illinoij. 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