Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 20, 1950 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, January 20, 1950
Page 16
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PAOII1XTEEN ALTON iVttNIMO TtLidRAifi State Aid Cut to Affcctjcrseyans Food Allowance Shaved $1.25 Per Month JERSEYV1LLE, Jan. 20.—(Spc clal.)—Jersey County recipient wilt be affected by the announce ment made thii week by the 1111 note Public AW Commission, tha public assistance payments, which are Reared to the cost of living will be trimmed $270,000 m» ly on Feb. 1, because of a drop In living costs. The commission estimates a $150,000 monthly cut In food al lowatices, ranging from 25 cent to $1.50 per person, depending on the price change in each county In Jersey County, the reduction in the food allowance is $1.25 monthly, which amount was de termlned as the result of a recen survey of food prices within the county. Some 300,000 persons re ceiylng general relief, old age pen sloiis, aid to dependent children and bllncl assistance In the state will be affected by the change, Certain less essential allow ances have also been abolished by the Illinois Public Aid Commission In an economy effort. The item cut are allowances for education recreation, medicine chest supplies and personal care. This cut ha? been made because the commission Is faced with a $21,000,000 de ficit In the three programs be cause of the Increases In the nuin her of persons receiving aid. In the last four months 21,600 new name* went on the lists. The blind assistance program Is not affected by this reduction, because Its operating within its budget. These recelplents will be affected only by the reduction in food coot*. Grants In Jersey County will be reduced an average of approximately $4 monthly, but because certain other allowances, such ns laundry, are also being removed, some grants will be reduced us much as 910 monthly beginning with the February chock. Resume* Duties JERSEYVILt.E.~Mrs. Marjorle McMahan has returned to her home here from East St. Louis, where she has been recuperating from a recent illness at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Judge and Mrs. Joseph Fleming. Return from California JERSEYVILLE.—Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Wiles returned Thursday morning from Los Angeles, Calif., where they spent the past few weeks with their son, Gordon Wiles and family. Bertta Hmahei Go Feminine BEhLIN. UFi — German clgaret packs have been demilitarized. Distributors now give away tiny pictures of pin-up girls with each pack. The last "give-away", In Hitler's lime, were pictures of uniformed soldiers, warn* (CAUSED IV COLOS) ranrauN act* at once. Itnotonly relieves aueh coughing but also loooena up phlegm and make* it eaaler to nOae. naTUunr la •a/*/ Mighty tftctto* for old ajui younf I Pleasant tatting I Named Head of Jersey County Farm Bureau Ninth Sheriff Candidate File* lit Jersey Co. JERSEYVILLE, Jan. 20.—(Special.)—The petition of William H. Senger as a candidate for sheriff of Jersey County was filed Wed nesday, making nine aspirants for the office. Senger Is a Republican, and with his entrance into the race, there are six candidates on the Republican ticket and three on the Democrat slate for the office of t sheriff, subject to the primary 'election, April 11. Charles H. Daniels, who will complete-his fourth term as county superintendent of schools in August, has announced he will not be a candidate for re-election. Several candidates for the offices of county clerk and county treasurer have been mentioned, but had not filed petitions Thursday morning. Jan. 23 Is the last day for filing. Brownie Troop 70 To Mark Anniversary The first birthday anniversary of Brownie Troop 78, St, Mary's School, will be marked Monday with a covered dish dinner at St. Mary's hall. Two hunderd have made reservations for the 'dinner, which will be served at 6 o'clock. The trop has 64 members and seven leaders, Mrs. Harry Boss Mrs. Fred Zimmerman, Mrs. Ed Weaver, Mrs. Thomas Jun, Mrs. Ralph Joehl, Mrs. Harold Hasten, and Mrs. Delbert Deen. JEfcSEYVlLLE, Jan. 20. (Spe clal)—At the organisation meeting of the board of directors of the Jersey County Farm Bureau, Wed ttesday evening, Morris E. Waggon er, Jersey township, was named president of the organisation for the year. Me succeeds Frank Tracy, who occupied that post during 1949. Other officer's of the Farm Bureau are Gus Heneghan, vice president and Lloyd Lyons, Mississippi township, secretary-treasurer. Other members of the board are: Edwin T. Wilton, Ruyle; William M. Moore, Harold Parsell, Fidelity; Oliver Klotz, PiaSa; William K. Wieland, Mississippi; Preston Randolph, Paul Kuebrich and Wilbur Rowtjen, Jersey; Kenneth Rice, English; P. E. Johnson, Otter Creek; Clarence Noble, Quarry; Edgar Wendle, Elsah; Fred Helt- zlg, Rlchwood, and P. L. Crull, Rosedale. Daughter Horn to Ex-Resident JERSEYVILLE.—Jersey County friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bates, Carlinvllle, have received announcement of the birth of a daughter to the couple at Ma- coupln Hospital, Carlinville, Jan. 12. The baby is the second child of the couple and has been named Sandra Sue. Mrs. Bates, before her marriage, was Miss Lillian Schrader, Bridgeport, and was formerly home adviser of Jersey County. Rece|ve Nurses Cap JERSEYVILLE. — Two young women of Oils' vicinity, Miss Evalen Eads and Miss Dorothy Rlchey, Ton Will Not Be Ashamed To Wear Shoes WE REBUILD W, J, REEDER ft SON I Washington * College Ave. For awe-inspiring beauty, take a mythical trip up the Mississippi River . . • through the magic of the camera lens . . . "SCENES Jersey Red Crow Chairman Named Jan. 20.—(9p*> dal.)—Marlon Beach, president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, has accepted the chairmanship ot the 1950 American Red Cross mem* bershlp .drive in Jersey County. The campaign will open March I* Mrs. Lucille 2oerb of the mid- western area office of the Red dross in St LoUls spent Monday and Tuesday here conferring with officers of the lotsl chapter regarding the campaign. R. Leo Smith is vice-chairman of the Jersey county Red Cross chapter. Friends m 'Need ELKHART, III., UK — Luck for Maurice Tierney took a brighter turn when fellow workers got go* gether to help him remodel his house. Tierney had had mlsfor- students In the school of nursing at Our Saviour's Hospital, Jacksonville, will receive their nurse's cap and give the Nightingale, pledge In ceremonies at the hospital chapel at 8 p. m. today. Miss Eads is a graduate of Jersey Township High School, finishing In 1947, and Miss Rlchey was graduated from Medora Township High School In 1948. The former Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnte Eads, Kane, and Miss Rlchey Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rlchey, Medora.' tune dogglitg Ms M*** eW Me* he fractured an intttt at Utt Mart of the project last March. »nc* ttnm he has had appemlteWe, Ml ' Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" *^e-*-.-. Wily |A «M U.tS, fl Chrleuan fairy tote writer, *d * youth to Medea**, ••',: ' MIAtlN* Al» MINIATVM* NIAKIN«AI» N« Chart* - Visit ear SSS Belle St. Mare te- day, this evening er tamerrew. Try this marvelous Zenith Hearing AM ant yourself . . . Youll be pleasantly at Its effective- 323 BELLE ST. OPEN TONIGHT HIIPAY.JAMUAMVIMHO •mVlM^ir ' » •«g>H*^R'"*»^—• "™ '^^^^^TTITriisiiMl^toiiMg^MMBBMirtiBialMNigMi^inj II VICKS SALE FINAL WEEK TO SHARE IN THESE VALUES RED CROSS SHOES! Rtgulorty $10.95. 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