Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 2, 1968 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 2, 1968
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PAMSIW AL1UN , JULY 2, 1968 A if OfflflMKS Of ftt,3M By wl BefhftftO Botfd Monday night lor onluftiMA ftflowi in tp* tiai ordinance that was approved tt the Jane meeting of the vtlliw board. In other financial matters, •the tart- approved motet fttel tax stwet improvement bids for liquid asphalt and rock. Wayne CminUn 6f Wood er was the low bidder of 18 cents per gallon on furnishing and applying the asphalt, which Is estimated to be 66,68ft gallons for two different projects. Tile other bidder on asphalt was Pissa Motor Fuels of Alton with a bid of 18.1 cents per gallon. Hie only bidder en the rock was Mississippi Lime Co. with a price of |2.10 per ton, and 2,780 tons is expected to be needed for the two projects. Approval was also given to an Ordinance adapting the Illinois Police Training Act for hiring new policemen* The act provides f or a n e \v patrolnmn to take 160 hours of training sometime during his 12 mouths probationary period. Under the act, the State of Illinois will pay hat! the police* man's salary while he is tak* ing the t*alfiing course, Tltt ordinance was approved since th* village is planning to hire a new policeman, making four funtime men on the department. Approval was also given to the taking of a local census in newsly nnnexed areas to the village. The census. wiO help the village receive additional MFT monies from the state. If a local census is not made now, the village will have to wait nnttlthe Federal Census is taken !n 1MI. However, Mayor Erwln Plegge said the expenditure of taking the local census now would be greatly returned by the amount of additional MFT funds received. Also regarding annexations, the board approved annexing 80 acres of village-owned land to the town. The land Is west and south of the village's small sewage la< goon, and will be used for err larging the lagoof. as the village population increases. A first addition plat of Oftk Ridge Subdivision was approved for Bemle steck, wito pfcras to build a home It the end ef North Bartmer Street, Under th* approval, Steok will extend Bartmer by 100 feet and will provide curb and guttering. . _ L L. A. Education Board Has A Black President LOS ANGELES (AP) - Tft6 Rev. James Edward Jonet, a veteran civil rights worker, is the first Negro president of the Los Angeles City Board of Education. The Rev. Mr. Jones, 52, a Presbyterian pastor and former professor at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, was elected unanimously Monday by the seven-man board. He participated in the March 9,1965, protest march in Selma, Ala., and is active in counseling for gang leaders in the Los An geles area. Civil emergences aftd mutual aid agreements were presented to the board, But ft actionw8StflKfifii L ^_ • ___ Vffllge 1 MMmy BfMe wfld draw tp M the tw» tons rof pfeWntttWI M Wfc AtS* ait Mtr* mcetitg, The vflUge's finandil state^ mtmt showed a balaiw* in the general account of I17.M4, af ter which bills of $4,318 were approved. The MFT account WAS listed as $32,216, and then fi,040 in bills were okayed. In business of the village- owned water company, the board approved, the purchase of a used front-end loader for $6,600. The water company win trade an old crawler tractor for $1,500, so that the total cost to the company will be only $4,600. The village engWeer was authorized to make detailed drawtags of a reMcattoa of water line crossing Rte. 141 near Civic Memorial Airport. The line will have to be relocated when the state con structs its four-lane highway through that area. In and Out of Area Hospitals Wood Ittter Township Jaek&en BKik, South ROXflili B. Paul Stefl, EfiSt Aftofl Mfs. Betty M, Met?, ttoro Mrs. Paderwski E. Robinson, Mrs. Hazel A. Ogg, Ettt Alton Rwlwy Raymond Jouw, AHon Arts H. Swann, ill Kckhart DISMISSALS Mrs. Dorothy B. Miller, East Alton Chester L. f»ow6D ST., Bethalto Fred Dewayne Juhl, St. Lotus, Mo, Mrs. pe«rt Bane, 14 S. Fourth Larry 3. Coffer, 101 N. 14th Chattel T. Helm, BMhatto Thomas M. todd, 104 E. Pen Mug Thomas E. Johnson, South Ro* ana St. Anthony's ADMISSIONS Mary Y. Smith, 1203 West 9th Mrs. Emma L. Dettmer, East Alton Hahlon L. PurceU, 405 Henry Mrs. Daisy H. Buchanan, No. 3E. 9th . • Mrs. Emma H. Wilson, 808 Alby Mrs. Edna L. Sanders, Bcthalto Mrs. Floy Shaw, 1100 Cardinal Mary LWvMnson, 272D Paw- hattan Mrs, Ethel Cdttey, 72$ SUvt* Mrs. Alice M. McKenzle, m Kfatchmet, 24^2 Shamtts E. Manlon, 413 Sanborne Benjamin N. Beecham, 1140 Mate Mrs. StaMey A. Daniels, 9909 Belle Claude L. Tyson, 118 Putnam Williftm L. J, Wright, 2217 son Jo filteft Wagner, Jetseyvilie Mrs. Clara lingering, East Al ton James H. Allen, ill Woodbury Manor DISMISSALS Victar M. Perez, 3616 Gary James C. Fertile, East Alton Willard Fee, East Alton Mrs. Christine Duncan, East Alton LeRoy Killlon, 2« Sullivan Dr. Mrs. Betty L. Edwards, Carrollton Mrs, Freda Morris, Wood River Mrs. Velda A. Plttman, Dorsey REDEDICATION WEEKEND OBSERVE * JULY 4-7 ************** Fly The American Flag To encourage the display of the American Flag on every national holiday and patriotic oecMton, the ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH offers, as a public service, the fallowing American Flag Kit: • S'x5' high quality cotton Flag 6* jointed hardwood staff Mounting brackets w^nstractions Flag etiquette folder • Re-usable storage box 00 Mrs. St Joseph's ADMISSIONS Ruth E, Begnel, 2709 Liberty Mrs. Jeraldine Harrison, 3103 Belle Mrs. Patricia A. Beeman, Beth alto Mrs. Linda M. Mlze, 3204 Edge- Wood Esther M. Allsman, 2102 Wash ington Lorene Caldwell, No. 7 Sullivan Dr. Mrs. Linda R. Barton, Bethalto Mrs. Ura L. Hardimon^ 1724 BeDe Walter 0. Wood, Shipman Mrs. Luriel L. Bott, Brighton Larry E. Meyer, 2495 Rodgers Lawren M. Button, Roodhouse Mrs. Nell 0. Mensing, Jerseyville Josephine Robinson, 314 Spring Robert E. Robinson, 514 Spring Mrs. Judith M. Roe, Moro DISMISSALS Harold L. Killebrew, East Alton Mrs. N frey i Harold L fierier, Godfrey MpJ. ttefla Otrey, Gofrey . Paul 0, mm, 1813 Belle Mrs. Mary A. Edwards, 1250 E. 4th Mrs. Barbara A. Henley, 3 Dooley Mrs. Verna M. Hernande*, 516 shefly Mrs. Eva 0. Hlndmon, Rte. 1 Mrs. Catherine M. Kelly, Ed- wardsvllle Mrs. Norma Kovach, Jersey- vtlle «rs. Helen C. Lewis, Dow Mrs. Florlne Mason, Godfrey Lucius S. Nicholson, Edwardsville Romanda Shorter, 2704 Amelia Mrs. Mary A. Stevenson, 1907 s Pleasant Mrs. Gallic Ann Wilkersbn, West Alton St. Joseph's Highland ADMISSIONS Miss Berniece Robinson, Ed* wardsville DISMISSALS William Wedler, EdwardsvlUe Alton Memorial HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS Lisa McNear, 435^ E. 8th Eugene Quinn, Fieldon Pearl Zimmerman, Bethalto Robert Mllligan, R6xana Robert Richards, East Alton Henry Smith, 207 Marshall Mrs. Bernice Smith, 3255 Ther esa Mrs. Susan Smalley, 1412 Spaul ding Mrs. Vivian Williams, 2600 Hum bert John Bennett, Medora Kenneth Campbell, 311 Brent ohn. turner, 1624 Wallace Mrs, Marian Freete, West Afc toft " • i'. . "•*' ShatBfllaettef s 1219*1!. Sth ^ Mark f, Jfangelibetg, KanipS- viile Ronnie Youett, Wood River Irene L. Boecateo&i, Id* Robert rfdgte, Betfcaltd David W<wds. 621 Oakwood Mrs. Ruth Kennedy, fill Hawley Mrs. Shirley Monroe, 425 George Bradley Lister, 941 Lindenwood Blvd. Aldo Mondln. 1912 Western Dr. Charles Talley, 026 E. Sth DISMISSALS Mrs. Beth McKenzle, 630 Dim* wood Mrs. Christine Murray, Highland 565 Delores Cantet, God- Mrs. Doiphla Ralston, Bethalto Mrs. Alice Bono, East AKon Charles Kohlbaker, WoodRiver ilrs. Arlene Hoxey, Granite City Robert Pannell, Eureka, Mo. Mrs. Islah Cox, Wood River Mrs. Dorothy Goyak, 1001 Chou teau Robert C Mosby, 73 Sullivan Dr. Doris Denton. Dorsey Daniel Hudgins, Bethalto Glenn Vetter, Cottage Hills Edwin Brakhane, EdwardsvQle Mrs. ttite CDristtea, Mrs. Peggy Shewmiker, frey Robert Dtngetdeln, M& Watalea Bernard Kecney, Godfrey Robert WalkW, Jcwcy Community ADMISSIONS Miss Louise Smalley, Jeney- ville ' . George Dugan, Jerseyvffle Mrs. Mary Blck, Hardta George Talley, Fieldon DISMISSALS Mrs. Anna M. Medford, neMoa Julius Ducept, H&rdin Boyd Memorial (Carrollton) ADMISSIONS Mrs. Bernice Wilton, Medort Mrs. Norma Vlnyard, Carroll. ton Brian Darr, Carrollton Mrs. Marceda Cook, Fieldon DISMISSALS Kenneth Pedigo, Granite City Richard Bell, White Hall Mrs. Sudle Guilander, bridge Lee Witt, Greenfield Rock- "RED CHINA'S ROLE IN PEACE AND V.S. POLITICS" —By Cail T. Rowan WEDNESDAY IN THE TELEGRAPH at ttM Altom 111-EMt BroadwMr. Attm SCHWARTZ & SIMMONS bring you The Best Value Your Money can Buy You Only Buy a Mattress Every 5 to 10 Yean Buy Now When You Get The Most For Your Money. Join us in pledging to — 9 Practice the principles which made America strong. * fly the American Flag, * Show respect for law and order. * Practice tolerance and understanding. 0 Assure that ALL Americans have equal opportunity. 9 Speak out against extremist groups which seek to divide our country* 9 Insist on fair and honest political activity which allows freedom of expression. 9 Demand fuU and impartial enforcement of our laws. 9 Teach our children to ohey the law and respect the rights of olhew. 9 Help those less fortunate. prepared at a public service by the Respect for law and Order Committee GREATER ALTON ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCE in cooperation wUh the llUnols State Chamber of Commerce and the ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH OHOOU now uixumout §urw tun FOR DCIRA COMFORT SALE PRICE 95 $5.ooifO. km-«^jt« A J»»' 49 MATTRESS OR BOX SPRING FULL OR TWIN SIZE You won't top this mattress value anywhere so make this the year you buy th« mattresses you need I This top- quality mattress has a beautiful quilted cover that's Sani-Seal® treated to protect against odor, bacterfa and mfl- dew. You'll enjoy the firm support ol tha Comf ortex upholstery... you'll never worry about sagging edges—there are sturdy Border Braces to keep them strong. HIDE-A-BED SOFA SLEEPS TWO! Add a guest room right in your living room ! It's a handsome sofa, classically styled with button-tufted back, that's right at home in living room or family room ... but at the flick of a wrist it . ,,,.,,. becomes a double bed I SALE PRICE 229 PAT ONLY I10MONTHLT Design-a-Bed Ensemble SALE PRICE $•7095 79 "WOT* You getj mftttrea, box eprlng, frame and your choice of headboards! Twin-size mnUreie and box spring have Sani-Seal® protected covers, Sturdy tyetal frame him «Mte». Chooee yew favorite headboardl OPIN DAIUY 9 *.nii 1« 5(30 p.m. MOK. a rw. f i.m, to • nan* 254-0101

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