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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH , JUNE 28,1968 Morgenroth Mrs. Better Mofgettfoth, 161 Jersey St., & resident of Alton *n her life, died at 4 p.m fit Alton MetnoHa where she had been patient for a month. Daughter of the late Mr. an Mrs, Anton Jacoby, she wa married July 12, 1913 In Alto to Gus G. Morgenroth, who stir Vives, She attended Alton school •nd was a member of the A ton Woman's Council, who hon ored her for her outstandin work with the planting of on tore of trees in the Illlnoi Federation of Memorial Fores in Shawnee National Park. Beside her husband, she 1 also survived by three sons Dan, Perrysburg, Ohio; Ed ward, Phoenix, Maryland; Da vld, Godfrey; eight grandchil dren; a sister, Mrs. Phi 11 Graul, Alton; and a brother Paul, Godfrey. Visitation will begin after p.m. today at Morrow-Quin Mortuary, where services wi be held at 11 a.m. Saturday with Leslie B. Booth, in charge Interment will be in Upper Al ton Cemetery. The building fund of Firs Church of Christ, Scientist, o which Mrs. Morgenroth was a member, has been named as a Memorial Obituaries Willis Walter E. Willis, a retired mining engineer, died at 9 p.m Wednesday at St. Mary's Hos pital in East St. Louis of injuries he suffered in an automobile accident which occurred at 4:31 p.m. Wednesday. Mr. Willis, 79, 214 Merrell Ave., Coliinsville, was employ ed by the LuMaghi Coal Co for 50 years before his retire ment. He was a member of the AM & FM Lodge, 712, Collinsville, and the Illinois Engineer Society. He is survived by his wid ow, the former Edna Stuart; a son, Edward Stuart, Alton, STREEPER Funeral Home M20 Washington LYDIA E. GREIG Private Services Monday. manager of Reese Drug Store Eastgate Shopping Center; a sister, Mrs. Cecil Bond, Mt Vernon; two grandchildren; am one great-grandchild. Friends may call after 2 p.m today at Herr funeral Home Coliinsville, where services wil be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday with Itev. 3 ». White official ing. Burial will be in St. John 1 cemetery, Coliinsville. Grieg Mrs. Lydia Elizabeth Greig 88, a resident of Alton for 2 years, died at 4:15 a.m. toda at Yinger Nursing Home, wher she had been a patient sine Dec. 1, 1967. She had been ir failing health for two years. She was born in Brighton Feb. 11, 1882. Her husband, Walter Greig whom she married in 1925 in Edwardsville, preceded her in death six years ago. Before coming to Alton, Mrs Greig formerly resided in Chi cago, where she was engage in millinery and ladies-ready to-wear garments in the Deca tur and Chicago area. Only survivors are two sis ters, Mrs. T. H. Fensterman Mrs. Emma M. Melsenhelmer both of Alton; a brother, Wil Ham, Bunker Hill. Four sisters Mrs. Anna Speir,, Mrs. Mary Steinrauf, Mrs. Bertha Weidner and Louise, an infant, also pre ceded her in death. Private funeral services wil be held at Smith Fun era Home, Alton. Grace Methodist Church, o which Mrs. Greig was a mem her, has been named as a Memorial. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. Baker HARDIN — Mrs. Lena Sarah Baker, 83, a lifelong resident of Batchtown, died at 10:45 p.m Thursday at Alton Memorial Hospital. The daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnes, she tvas born Aug. 14, 1884, in Batchtown. Survivors include a daughter, ?reda Baker, Batchtown; a son, lerbert, Batchtown; a sister, Mrs. Martha Peters, Batch- own; .three half - sisters, Nora Funk, Batchtown; Carlene Ca- For . Sympathy, for Congratulations or Juit tor love. Flowers ore the nlcnst way of say- Ing what you feel, without putting a •train on your budget. PH. 377-8439 SMITTY'S Lawn ft Qardtn Supply Route No. 14»Bethalto, 111. If we may serve you, Call our NEW number: 466-5544 selton, Golden Eagle; and Mrs. Myra Narup, Kampsvllle; and two half - brothers, Paul, and Carl Johnes, both of Batchtown. She was preceded In death by her husband, John, in 1954. Visitation will begin after 2 p.m. Saturday at the c. c. Hanks Funeral Home, Hardin. The Rev. Richard Schmidt will conduct services at the fclon Lutheran Church at 2 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be in Wilson Cemetery, Batchtown. Solomon Funeral Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at Bergers Funeral Home, 4715 McPherson Ave., St. Louis, for Sol Solo mon, a former Upper Alton bus inessman, who died Thursday at Los Angeles, Calif. His parents were the late Jacob and Mary Solomon, fop mer Upper Alton residents. Survivors include his widow, Bertha; three sisters, Mrs. A. Fishman, Alton; Mrs. B. Goldfarb, Wood River; Mrs. R. Ferman, St. Louis; and two brothers, Harry, St. Louis; and Irvin, Long Beach, Calif. Stocks in Slowdown NEW YORK (AP)-The stock market's early gain waned somewhat in quiet trading this afternoon. However, the market showed the firmness that has marked its Friday performances during the last three weeks, when trading has been s u s p e n d e d on Wednesday to give brokers' clerical staffs additional time to catch up on paperwork resulting from heavy trading volume. At the outset the New York Stock Exchange ticker tape fell one minute behind in reporting floor transactions but quickly caught up as the trading pace slackened. Brokers said Russian acceptance of U.S. appeals for talks aimed at curbing the nuclear missies race should "be an encouraging influence on investors. The Dow Jones average of 30 ndustrials at noon held a gain of 0.18 at 898.94 after having been up 2.47 at 10:30 a.m. The Associated Press 60-stock average at noon was ahead 1.3 at 341.2 with industrials up 2.1, rails up .8 and. utilities un- hanged. National General lost more ban 4 points and Fairchild Camera fell more than 3. Prices were mixed on the American Stock Exchange. 12 Selected Stocks Following are today's 1 p.m. notations of New York Stock Ixchange issues research has ndlcated are widely held in the Iton area as supplied to the .Hon Telegraph by Newhard took & Co., from its Alton ranch office. The NeW York Exchange closes daily at 2:30 i.m, (Alton time),' so these are lot the closing quotations: kToVr 50% General Motors 80 ranite City Steel.. 23% Olin Mathieson 34% Owens-Illinois 60% Shell Oil 65% Sinclair Oil 78% Mobil Oil 46% Standard Oil (Ind.)... 52% Standard-Oil (NJ) 68 U.S. Steel 39% Legal — July 1 Notice is hereto given der dated June \&, 1868 issued by the undersigned authom ing the name of the gat acrew Three Dutchmen" official ANNOUNCEMENTS that an ai- has been The SOMW oimsd'T^Alvajf'an'd Carfli Bfett*ei*er of wmen st Loni», Mil- sourl It the home port, to fee changed to "Hunuti purr". W. C. Behan, COR, Usco By director. 2nd Coast Guard Out., St. Louis, MO. LEGAL — tea* ~ June 28-20-Juty 6 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of Education of Roxana Community Unit School Dlstflct No, l. Madison county, Illinois, at the office of the Board in the A«»em< bly-Cafeterla Unit of the Junior-Senior High School units. Chaffer Avenue and Thomas Street. ROX- ana, Illinois until 7:30 p.m., central Daylight saving Time, Monday, July IS, 1988 for New Roof* at south Roxana Elementary school, between Michigan Avenue and Indiana Avenue; central Elementary school, 13th St. and Esther Ave.; and Rosewood Elementary School, West Rosedale and School St. Plans and specifications are on view at the office of the Board, and are on view and may be procured at the office of Wm. B. inner, inc., Architects, 317 North Eleventh Street, St. Louis, Missouri 63101. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any technicalities therln. By Order of: BOARD OP EDUCATION ROXANA COMMUNITY UMlt SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 Madison County, Illinois Legal — June 18 24 28 '68 SEALED BIDS will be received In the office of the Chief Engineer, Division of Engineering, Department of Conservation, Room 102, State office Building, Springfield, Illinois at 2:80 o'clock P.M., prevailing time on Monday, July 1, 1B68, for the following work: Aerial spraying for waterfowl food production at Stump Lake Waterfowl Management Area, Jersey County Fuller Lake Waterfowl Management Area, Calhoun County sanganols wildlife Refuge, Cass andf Mason Counties Specifications may be obtained by contacting the office of the Chief Engineer, Division of Engineering, Room 102, State Office Building, Springfield, Illinois. 11 — June 21 28 — NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS For Work to be Constructed Under The Illinois Highway Code. 1. Time and place of Opening Bids. Sealed i - " • scribed herein will tie received ~at the office of the Council ofClty of Alton, Madison County, Illinois, until 10:30 o'clock A.M., COST, July 3, 1968 and at that time publicly opened and read.' 2. Description of Work, (a) The § reposed work is officially known as ecilon 115 Q C.S. begins at Station 5+46.00, a point 12' north of the north curb line of Mather Street and extends in a southerly direction on State Street to Station 65+44.00, a point in the north curb line of Madison Avenue, a total distance of 5998.0 feet, of which 599810 feet, (1.1360 miles) are to be improved. (b) The proposed improvement is to be Bituminous Resurfacing and Incidental construction. 3.' Instructions to Bidders, (a) Flans and proposal forms may be obbtalned from the Municipal Engineer upon deposit of $15.00, which proposals for the Improve- if the thoroughfare(s) , de- ep ., will be refunded to actual bidders who return same in good condition within five (5) days or bid opening. (b) All proposals must be accompanied by a bank cashier's check, or bank draft, • or certified check for not less than ten (10) per cent of the amount of the bid, or as provided In Article 2.7 of the "Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction,'' prepared by the Department of Public Works and Buildings of the State of Illnlols. 4. Rejection of .Bids. The Council reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive techni- ANNOUNCEMENTS LfftJ 1 AH OfttolNAW DINANC NO. net , n -«,« *&»»«3, D. ^WQ-Jull'^PS§- jdN ORDINANCE 6P THE _ &F ALTON FOR, tHB FISCAL YEAR COMMENCING APRIL 1, 1668. BE IT ORDAINED BVfMfi GffV COUNCIL OF THE CITY OP At» TON, LL1NOIS: Section t. calities. By order of The Council of City of Alton CLYDE H. WISEMAN, JR., Mayor Sears Clark Oil 60% I Squibb Beechnut 45% YOU don't have to be a MILLIONAIRE for YOUR SAVINGS to earn 5% For a long time, it termed like the bank interest with six month ma- big interest rates were only avail- turiry. Our savings Certificates are Prices of Grains Dip On Selling CHICAGO (AP) — Soybeans and grain futures prices were mostly lower in moderate dealings on the "Chicago Board of Trade Friday. Soybeans futures, which had advanced 2% 'cents a bushel Thursday largely on reports that farmers were placing this .commodity under government loan rather than sell it, were hit by aggressive selling on the opening. Hedge selling was active in the corn pit on the opening, but most of the sales were quickly absorbed b,y brokers with export connections and local traders. Wheat futures trade was mixed and oats and rye prices were weak in light trade. 39% Wheat was unchanged to % 70% cent a bushel lower, July 1£6%; corn was unchanged to V 4 lower, July 1.11%; oats were % lower to % higher, July 70% cents; rye was unchanged to % lower, July 1.10% and soybeans were to % lower, July 2.65%. that Ordinance No. 3476. as M^cvratt IIM ri ^ax\ffv& tame » hereby amended at follows: (1) For Police Department: , (a) Reduce Cadeu, 4 at $871' 398-424/fflO. — 18,816 tO 14,738. (b) Add to Capital Outlay "2 new radar units" — 2.700. (c) tncreate Travel & Subsistence from 10,613 to 11,894. (2) For Street Cleaning Purposes: (a) Change "Street Maintenance Grade II, 1 at $2.94-3.04/hr. —6,323" to "Street Maintenance Grade II, 1 at 12.78- 2.94-3.04/hr.—«,323." (3) For Playground And Recrea< tlon Purposes: (a) Add an additional Item un> der Contractural Services in the amount of $7,500 for planning contracts to be entered Into for renovation and new facilities. (4) For Park Purposes: (a) Add an additional Item un der Contractual Services In the amount of $7,500 for planning contracts to be entered into for renovation and new facilities. 5. For Public Library Purposes: (a) Change Bookmobile Clerk Driver, 1 at $310-$311/mo. to 1 at $310-$320/mo. b) Change Library Assistant II, 2.6 at $277-287/mo. to 2.6 at $300-310/mo. (c) Change Library Assistant 1, 2 at $242-252/mo. to 2 at $300-3io/mo. (d) Change Total Personal Services from 57,535 to 59,752. (6) For Revenue Bond Sewer Fund: (a) Add to Capital Outlay the purchase of two Olivetti Calculators—$520. (7) For Contingent Appropriation: (a) Reduce Contingent Appropriation from 16,383 to 15,633. That all Sub-Totals and Totals of said Ordinance No. 3476, as amended, be changed where necessary commensurate with the foregoing. Section 2. That all ordinances or parts thereof In conflict herewith shall be and the same are hereby repealed. Section 3. That this Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and publication as provided by law. PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALTON, ILLINOIS, THIS 26th DAY OF JUNE, 1968. APPROVED BY THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF ALTON, ILLINOIS, THIS 27TH DAY OF JUNE, 1968. CLYDE H. WISEMAN, Jr. Mayor—City of Alton ATTEST: PAUL A. PRICE Clerk—City of Alton LEGAL 28 July 5 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS CITY OF ALTON, ILLINOIS LANDFILL SERVICE BUILDING 1.1.01 Sealed proposals will be received at the Office of the City Clerk of the City of Alton, Illinois until 10:00 A.M. July 8, 1968 or Landfill Office Building. 1.1.02 The proposed improvement consists of construction of a 10' x 30' frame building on concrete slab foundation. 1.1.03 Instructions for bidders, form of proposals, plans, specifications and form of contract may be examined at the Office of the Alton Director of Public Works, Room 204, City Hall, Alton, Illinois. Copies may be obtained from the Office .of the Director of Public Works, Alton, Illinois upon deposit of $3.00 with checks made payable to: City Treasurer, Alton B pay; , lUlr nlos. 1.1.04 A bid bond, cashier's check, or a verified check made payable to the order of City of Alton, Illinois In the amount of ten per cent (10%) of the gross amount of the bid, must be deposited by each bidder with his bid as guarantee that in case the contract is awarded to him, he will, within ten (10) days thereafter, upon receipt of written notice of award, execute such contract and furnish a satisfactory contract bond. Upon failure to do so, he shall forfeit the deposit not as a penalty, but as liquidated damages and acceptance of the bid wlU be contingent upon the fulfillment of this requirement by the bidder. The checks or bid bonds of all excepting the three (3) lowest formal bidders will be returned within ten (10) days after the opening of bids, and the remaining checks or bid bonds will be returned within three (3) days from the date on which the executed contract and the required bond have been final' ~ appr —-' ' "- ""*-- -' "'— nols. 1.1.05 The successful bidder will ly approved by the City of Alton, Illi be required- to pay lecni to all laborers, able to people that could afford to deposit large sums of money. Well, at The First Notional Bank & Trust Company in Alton, you con get a 5% Savings Certificate with 01 little as $500. Not only do you get 5%, but you can also be assured of guaranteed automatically renewable and the interest is paid to you quarterly. So, earn 5% interest with a Savings Certificate at First National in Alton with a minimum deposit of $500 or'more. You don't hove to be a millionaire to earn 5%/ but you'll sure feel like one when you receive that big interest check. •ANI«ft*rftU*T COMPANY THTOQ AND B£U42 STREETS • ALTON, ILLINOIS Savutfi MTU 4* (tally totwett) Maximum Pftrrolttftrt under f«4er»j regulation* payable quarterly . Member FDfC Produce Prices At St. Louis ST. LOUIS (AP)-Eggs and poultry: Eggs, consumer grades: A large 27-30, A medium 20-23, A small 13-15, B large 21-23; wholesale grades, standard 2022, unclassified 20. Hens, heavy 1M2; light over 5% Ibs 8; under 5% Ibs 5; 'broilers and fryers 28-28%, Livestock Prices At East St. Louis NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP)-Estimates for Monday: hogs 8,000; catt]« 4,500; calves 50; sheep 600. Hogs 5,000; U.S. 1-2 180-230 Ibs 20.75-22,10; U.S. 2-9 220-240' Jbs 20.75-21.75; SOWS U.S. 1-3 500-450 Ibs 17.7548.75; U.S. 2-3 450-900 Ibs. lfl.2H7.75; boars 15.7518.50. Cattle 200; calves M; cows butter and utility W.§(U8,50; commercial 17.00-18.00; oanner 14,00-16.50; calves yealers steady, choice 30.00 .HIM; standard and good 25.QQ-28.QO, Sheep 75; spring slaughter lambs good and choice 80400 Jbs 24.00-2600. workmen, and mechanic* performing work under this contract, not less than the current, prevailing rate of wages as has been determined by the City council and filed In the City's Clerk's office. 1.1.06 All proposals must be made on forms furnished by the Engineer. 1.1.07 The successful bidder will be required to furnish a contract bond satisfactory to the City Council in the amount of the contract. 1.1.08 The City Council reserves •ya the right to waive or not to waive any Irregularities In the bids and to reject any or all bid* and to determine which is the lowest and best old. 1.1.09 By Order of the City Council of the City of Alton, IRlnoU. ft/ GERALD R. BACUS, P. E. Director of Public -Works Dated: June 20, 1968. Legal — June 21-28-July 5 .. STATE OF ILLINOIS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT MADISON COUNTY, PROBATE oivisr- NOTICE OF ~ IN THE MATTER OF HERBERT - HUD Gives $17,162 To Alton tin U.S. Department of rtotwtag fttrd Urban Development (HUD) awarded i $17,162 gram to Alton to help pay for comprehensive planning for growth and development in the city, The grant was made under the "Wl Phase" of the federal participation section of Alton's contutQing 6dm* prehensive plan, which 18 part of die city's attempt to get federally-recertified. When the efty Is recerti. fled, it will become eligible for numerous federally-financed projects, including ttt§ 200 low., f§nt unit* tor which the city has made application, as tell AS a new plan tor the renovation of city hall, and new firehotises. the MUD grant will be supplemented by $8,582 in local funds According to Congressman George Shipley, wh6 made flu announcement. A continuing comprehensive plan is a prerequisite for the city's workable program, which becomes effective once the recertiflcatlon is accomplished. is worth more today • Why give away any of it by accepting less than a top return on your savings? TOP PASSBOOK RETURN PER YEAR COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY DAILY DIVIDENDS] adder withdraw any amount at anytime. TOP CERTIFICATE RETURN PER YEAR • i * BONUS SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Available in $1,000 multiples 36 months of guaranteed bonus benefits amounting to V6 of 1% above the passbook rate Withdrawals permitted at any time before or after maturity Daily dividends, paid quarterly, from date of deposit to date of withdrawal ~ Before maturity, certificates earn daily at the passbook rate —After maturity, certificates earn daily at the bonus rate Be § Saver-Upper Earn the mos*. Save by mail To open your account, write or call 465-4422 SIX'MONTH SAVINGS CERTIFICATES • Available in $5,000 certificates or any $ 1,000 multiple over $5,000 • Withdrawals permitted any time ' • Quarterly dividend! payable at passbook rate prior to maturity PI AS A STATE 4 WAIL, ALTON, ILL

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