Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 3, 1968 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Section to Page* ItoW ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport* Classified Established ten, 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1968 Price lOc Member Associated l^ress CHICAGO (AP) - The coordinator of the Democratic Nation : al Convention says that despite )roblems caused by a strike against 1 Illinois Bell Telephone o, "we are planning to have the convention in Chicago." John Meek said Tuesday that Democratic officials are hopeful an agreement will be reached between Illinois Bell and the striking International Brother- lood of Electrical Workers. 'We feel that everything will be worked out," he said, HIT THE DUSTY TRAIL — Marines of the first battalion 9th Marines ride an ONTOS, a light weight tank-like vehicle carrying four 106mm recoilless rifles, near Khe Sanh. The men were moving the vehicle to another section of the base for dismantling. There al- ways seems to be room for one more, that is, until they confront the enemy, then there's a mad scramble for cover. Khe Sanh, the scene of a 77 day siege this year, is being deactivated. (AP Wirephoto) Hartford Seeks Funds for Street Cleaning Program A street cleaning program using motor fuel tax funds was authorized to be drawn and submitted to the state by the Hartford Village Board Tuesday "night. Mayor Ed Grapes told the board that he understands that such a program exists and asked the board to authorize Village Engineer Willard Flagg to explore the possibility of getting funds and of drawing up the program to be submitted to the state. In other action two street lights were authorized to be installed at the corner of Delmar avenue and Dona street and Dona and Central avenue. The one on Delmar will be 20,000 lumins and the one on Central 6,800 lumins. Trustee Cyril Ferguson, chairman of the water committee, reported a faulty regulator valve at the filtering plant which must be repaired or replaced. He said the cost of the replacement, if necessary, will exceed $300 and wanted authority from the board for the water committee to proceed with the work. Chairman of the sideWalk committee, Trustee Oren Berry, asked the board to Wood River Man Elevated to High State VFW Post The railroader who has be- was succeeded as junior vice come one of Wood River's most effective salesmen in his travels throughout Illinois, is organizing to do an even better job during the next year. James H. (Big Mac) McClena- J. II. MO CLENAHAN han, 475 Prospect St., has risen to the second highest office In the 100,000-member state segment of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S., Which has 1,500,000 members across the nation. He has the dual assignment of state membership director and.is presently immersed in organizing the membership campaign he will oversee dur ing the next-year. He ascended to the senior vice commandership from the office of junior vice commander at the organization's recent 49th convention in Chicago, He commander by Vernon A. Soukup of Warrenville. The new state commander is Attorney Thomas J. Russell of Park Ridge and Chicago. Other major state officers are Francis J. Arnold of Springfield, adjutant, public relations director and editor, and W. F. Glassford of Elgin and Springfield, quartermaster. McClanahan served with the Marine Corps from July, 1942 to July 1946, 23 months of this period on Midway Island, and nine month at Pearl Harbor. He attended Bailey School of Diesel Engineering. "Big Mac" has been railroading 31 years and is employed as an electrician by Illinois Terminal Railroad. Born Dec. 10, 1921 in Dupo, he attended elementary schools in Springfield, Lincoln and Carlinville and graduated from the Granite City High School in 1939. The McClenahans have two daughters. Ridding Yout Ho ol lurmitos Arab H.w JtASPRINGMAN Godfrey, HI. 406-8481 BUY THE BEST h th* World's Best Top rated by » JewJIiiK oon»wqor y researcb 5 YEAR GUARANTEE In a smart overnlte case A FACIT-ODHNER DEALER DAVEY 1808 S'f Af B -» Opeu SALES j SERVICE j RENTALS allocate $500 for repair of sidewalks not under the motor fuel tax program. He explained to the board that this amount may not be used but should be available in case of an emergency. Answering fire •calls on the levee south of Hartford was discussed and it was felt that the fire department should not answer calls outside the district unless a life is in danger. The board decided to contact the Levee District to see if some arrangement can be reached about answering calls on their property and the possibility of being reimbursed for expenses. No Shift in Demo Conclave Site While rumors circulated that the convention might be moved to another city, workers at the International Amphitheatre continued preparations for the convention, which opens Aug. 26. Asked if Democrats were con» sidering moving the nominating convention to another city, Meek said, "No. If you have been out to the amphitheatre like I was today you would have seen the progress we're making." A spokesman for Illinois Bell said to date the 56-day strike has caused no great problems in preparing for the convention. "Right at this point, reparations are just about on an even keel," said Joseph P. O'Brien Illinois Bell's news service manager, "but the deadline is getting Man Burned When Gasoline Explodes A 55-year-old Wood River man sustained severe burns to the upper part of his body when gasoline exploded while he was cleaning a boat motor Tuesday. Theodore Rexing,.433 State Aid Road, an employe of A. 0. Smith, Granite City, was working in his spare time at Harold's Boat &• Motors, 131 Ferguson Ave., Wood River, when the accident occurred. Rexing \v'as in satisfactory condition this morning at Wood River Township Hospital, where he 'is being treated for burns to his left side, right shoulder, neck and hands. 1 South African Quint Succumbs EAST LONDON, South Africa (AP) — Zoleka, the eldest of East London's 2-year-old Tu- kutese quintuplets, died Tuesday shortly after she was admitted to the Frere Hospital with suspected inflammation of the brain. The quints were born Feb. 26, 1966, to Mrs. Nogesi Tukutese. closer and closer." The utility still has to install i,000 telephones, 3,200 of them n the amphitheatre, 20 switchboards and more than 400 tele- ype machines for newspapers and news services. "We have the manpower and matrials to do the job in time," aid O'Brien. "But we cannot do t if we are denied access to the amphitheatre by pickets and if ther union workers walk off the ob when our supervisory em- ployes go in." Illinois Bell. President James W. Cook conferred with Undersecretary of Labor James Rey- Clearance Of All Summer FABRICS t LOWER PIUCE! /v/iopptr^. Prices Reduced to — 50 % OFF FALL FABRICS arriving daily! FABRIC STORE No. 16 Eastgate — Dial 254-1236 — Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. lOlher Stores In East St. Louis and Granite Clt: IT'S AN AIR CONDITIONED WORLD Let us put a new FRIGIDAIRE ROOM AIR CONDITIONER n home Frigidaire 6,000 BTU/hr air conditioner can be installed in minutes! • Thermostat for automatic operation • Welcome moisture removal. Removes up to 2.0 pints per hour from room air • Install it yourself in minutes. 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Willard Wirtz conferred, with Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley and offered his assistance toward ending the strike. "Insofar as can be determined, there is no basis for optimism toward a settlement in the near future," the department spokesman said. The last negotiation session was Sunday in Daley's office. No new talks have been scheduled. Money is the sole issue in the strike. The union is asking a $19.50-a-week hike for the first year and another $10 for the remaining six months of their existing contract. The company says it cannot meet this demand and has offered increases totaling $26. Top-rated workers now earn $160.50. AMERICA'S LARGEST FAMILY CLOTHING CHAIN Weekend Specials! FRUIT DRINKS Special for Ffi. &Snt. Only—July 5 &6 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 733 E. Airline Dr. Rosewood Heights Dial 259-2416 2353 State St. Across from Cordes Motor Co. North Alton Dial 465-27*7 102 Edwardsville Rd., Wood River Dial 254-9640 1409 Milton Rd. Alton, til. Dial 465-1120 OPEN 10 A.M. to 10 P.M. 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