Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 3, 1968 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 3, 1968
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1968 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE A-9 Sanitary Board Says Carlinville / .-'" •/ , • */ - 'V : •' .: . /-. . . . ..,..'Must Improve Water'Plant by 1972 CARLINVILLE - Mayor Howard Heinz, working with possible rib fractures due to a fall, presided at the Garth, ville city council meeting Man* day night, which was told that the sewage treatment plant will have to be upgraded by 1972. The State Sanitary Board said the plant is adequate at present but that by 1072 mechanical Improvements will have to be made and the plant engineer will have to pass a stiff test to qualify for his Job. Alderman Dale Roberts of the Fifth Ward said that since he had worked at the plant, and had taken various examinations at the state level, that the examinations are so difficult that it would require the city to hire a man with a civil engineer's degree plus a knowledge of sewage treatment plants to pass the test. Wheti this arrived to 1972 It will cost the dty^$lO,000 or more to hire such atif engineer, Mayor Heinz said, and much of this cost will have to be borne by the Carlinvllle Waterworks aided by the city. It was disclosed that vandals had taken caps off the machinery on the new Lake Carlinvilte dredge. Two of the caps were thrown Into the dredge exhaust PRESCRIPTIONS 1>HAKMAO« CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Phnnnacy 2510 STATE ST. NORTH ALTON Dial 466-6801 while the remainder thrown into Like CarHflvilte. The boys also" scattered .filth about over the dredge. John Eldred and Keith Kramer of this city have been arrested for criminal damage to the dredge property and are being prosecuted by State's Attorney Thomas P. Cartnody. -. Eldred has five traffic Charges against him and on one of these charges he has been found guilty. Mis lawyer had appealed to the Appelate court. One hundred dollars was received by the city for the Valley Street property which they gave up in the Taggart Wood's development. The council approved the transaction. City Marshall. Robert Stratton was instructed to have .«< t^efitefs Tikul a%ay jtfiik autos if w&/ttvHisfs tlo ndt comply witfi the city ordinance after they have been legally served flOtlCe.- • .''•:; ••••••• Alderman .toe Reiher made a motion that Glen Moyers Real Estate Company be charged $50 a month,.for the office space which ttifey have been occupying in the Brueggemanh building, retroactive from the time that the city .became owners of the property. Reiner said that Moyers has been occupying the building for considerable time without paying the city a dime. Even the Hodcarriers pay the city $7.50 per meeting held for a few hours in the upstairs, Reiher said. The council vnted to charge Moyers $50 a month. Blackburn College has been ARIANS DISCOUNTS HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDS A Rosewood Heights Marine, vounded in Vietnam by a rocket blast last month, is recuper- crating in a Philadelphia Naval hospital with an amputated left 'orearm and wounds to his left high. Still deaf as a result of con- MACLEANS TOOTHPASTE Everyday! Got* ftMth raally «i«M N«tvt.«Xttx. FRESH SPRAY DEODORANT 1.39 Everyday! 1.18 Net wt. 4 oz. avoir.. HAI KARATE AFTER SHAVE l-OTION 1.18 Everyday! DIAL SHAMPOO 1.14 Everyday! 94' 11 fluid 01. 4 fluid WEST ST. LOUIS AVE. new E. MOADWAY E. ALTON Rosewood Heights Marine Wounded By Rocket Fire Cpl. Ramerd was injured May 13th in Vietnam and 'spent almost a week in Japan before being transferred to the Philadelphia hospital "where his .parents visited h-m recently. ' generous with their tennis courts as the city has no courts while they also allow the Carlinville children to use their gyfflnasltim during the winter, Reiher stated. We asked the council to investigate the possibility of paying Blackburn a certain sum of money which could be used for much needed tennis nets and maintenance at the courts. Alderman Mel Dunn objected to the fact that the Carlinville Junior Chamber of commerce had been issued a license to sell beer at Lake Carlinville on July 4. The poor condition of the bathing beach at Lake Carllnville and the camping grounds, which are used for picnics was discussed. Mayor Heinz said that conditions are deplorable. He ordered the city street crew to go to the lake before July 4 to clean the beach and camping grounds. Mayor Heinz will meet with Park District representatives to clear up this maintenance matter and to leam how the board is using the money which they receive to maintain the lake property under their control. Joins Faculty Dr. Chester H. Shlflett, formerly professor of chemistry and chairman of the department of chemistry at Macalester College, will teach chemistry at Blackburn College in 1968-69. He will replace Dr. Jack A. Campbell, chairman of the Blackburn chemistry department. NOW THRO SAT, JULY 6 KNOWN FOR VALUES INTERIOR REMODELING KltehMt i Bathi a Spttialty Cablntti, AMItt, Rathskftllirs RETAIL OR INSTALLED • A tumptete MM •* Armstrong flew • vWV^v^^^w ^>^Wi wWHW^P^|a> • A wW« xlacHoa of etromie Hte • Formica eabintt tape, wall pomfin? CROXTON TILE & CABINET Co. MOO Hiltertit, ALTON fPraa bHmaMt) 4oS-3Mt X cussion trom the rocket explo sion is Lqnce Cpl. J. M. Barn-- erd, son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Barr.erd. 342 Reno, Rosewood Heights. . v Barnerd. who joined _the Marines in January of reconnaissance Quan Tri when his unlf was hit by rock* 1 * fire. .•-' The young soldier was removing a fel'ow Marine from th'C attack area, wlien a rocket exploded nearby. Shrapnel struck Barnerd m the left arm and thigh. 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