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SATURDAY, 6, 1968 Firm Seeks Permit For New Pipeline The Golf Central Pipeline x Company of Houston, tex., has applied to the Department of the 'Army for a permit to place two 8-inch pipelines under the Mississippi ftiver near. Chautauqua, the Army dorp of Engineers said. The pipelines will be used to convey gas, oil, petroleum and petroleum products (including but not limited to anhydrous ammonia) or derivatives, or other liquids and gases. The pipelines will be spaced on 25 foot centers and placed in the river bed at a maximum elevation of 393.5 feet above mean sea level or not less than 20.5 feet below minimum pool. Approximately 70,000 cubic yards of spoil will be placed behind a low water dike "COPING WITH INJUSTICE" Sunday—8:30 a. in. KSD-550 kc This Week's Christian Science Program marked "Spoil Area." "Any interested parties, particularly navigation interests, federal and state agencies for the protection of fish and wildlife, and the officials of any state, town or local association whose interests may *be affected by the proposed work are invited to submit to this office written facts or objections before July 17," James A. Petersen, Asst. Chief Operations, Division, Corps of Engineers said. The office is located at 906 Olive St., St. Louis. Peking Accuses Firm of Spying LONDON (AP) - Vickers- Zimmer, a British-German engineering firm whose contract with Red China has broken up n charges of fraud' and espionage, will refuse to pay the $1.56 million which Peking demands as compensation. Vickers-Zimmer had a $6 mil- ion contract to build a synthetic iber plant in Lanchow, northwest China. The official New China News Agency said the contract was annulled after Peking municipal court found the :ompany guilty of fraud and spying. ARLANS FAMOUS FOR LOW EVERYDAY PRICES! OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON TO 6 P.M. W, ST. LOUIS AVE. near EAST BROADWAY MODEL CITIES PROGRAM — Father Paul C. Reinert, S.J,, left, president of St. Louis University, and Dr. Delyte W. Morris, president of Southern Illinois University, have pledged long-range support from their institutions to the Model Cities Program in East St. Louis. Fred Teer, director of the Model Cities Agency, is at center. SIU and St. Louis U. Will Back Model Cities Program By CLARKE WILLIAMSON According to TOP VIEW VOTERS CBS was fight to drop 'our programs next season. •Under 2fi" voters favored keep- ng "He and She" and "Good Morning World" but the final score is unimpressive. "Lost In Space" definitely should get lost: He and She, 56.2 \ Good Morning World, 52.0 Clmarron Strip, 51.0 Lost fn Space, 36.3 On our- TV'WHYftOR question, a large majority, 74.3 per cent, voted to ban cigarette advertising from TV! Please note today's TV WHY- FOR asking you, from what you lave seen on TV, to vote on the candidate of your choice for the Republican nominating convention. We will also have a ballot on results to appear prior to the Democratic nominees, both re Southern Illinois University and St Louis University have pledged long - range support for the East St Louis Model Cities program in an effort to -help solve critical urban problems. Announcement of the support followed a meeting last week of SIU President Delyte W. Morris and the Rev. Father Paul C. Reinert, S. J., president of St. Louis University, with Fred L. Teer, director of the East St. Louis Model Cities Agency. Both presidents said personnel of their universities would work with the Model Cities agency on its planning team. Teer said.budget limitations made hiring of a competent Model Citins planning staff impossible, and that he had appealed to President Morris for help. "Dr. Morris has given us and the City of East St. Louis long- range commitments of University personnel," Teer said. "Our determination to build the very best team possible has led us tc extend a similar request to St. Louis University," Teer explained. Assistance from St. Louis University was pledged yesterday by Father Reinert. Additional help for the Model Cities program will come from Hunter College, N. Y., and David Ranney, professor of planning at the University of Wisconsin. Negotiations are also under way for assistance from the Universily of Illinois. "We wish to express our sincere appreciation to President Morris, who has taken the STATE OF ILLINOIS ) ) SS. County of Madison ) OFFICE OF TOWN SUPERVISOR The foUowing is a statement by Thomas Harris, Supervisor of the Town of Foster in the County and State aforesaid, of the amount of public funds received and expended by him during the fiscal year lust closed ending on the 31st day of March, 1968. showing the amount of public funds on hand at the commencement of said fiscal year, me amount of public funds received and from what sources received, the amount of public funds expended and for what purposes expended, during fiscal year ending as aforesaid. The said Thomas Harris, being duly sworn, doth depose and say that the following statement by him subscribed is a correct statement of the amount of public funds on hand at the commencement of the fiscal year above stated, the amount of public funds received, and the sources from which received, and the. amount expended, and purposes for which expended, as set forth in said statement Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 27 ) day of March, 1968. Lee Werts > Title - Notary Public ) FUND — RECEIPTS Amount of funds on hand at the commencement of the fiscal year, commencing the 1st day of April, 1967. Balance April 1, 1967 T Ss'™aio income 36,298.42 ) Thomas Harris _ 300.0Q 150.00 16.95 27.63 /7.00 14.97 300.00 Total Income Total Expense • Total Balance April 1, 1968 $44,844.49 TOWN FUND DATE TO WHOM PAID PURPOSE Warrant No. Amount 4-467 Gubser & Apple Agency, Bond 113 12 °-<™ 4-467 John Von Bergen, Moderator 114 5.00 4-467 Wendell Aulabaugh, Poll Rent 115 20.00 4-467 Mae Denother, Election 11° 20.00 4-467 Vivian Shearburn, Election 117 20.00 4-467 Arlene Taylor, Election 118 20.00 4-467 Daphne Collins, Election 119 20.00 4- 4 67 Marlene Elliott, Election 120 20.00 4-467 Edna Cramer, Election 121 20.00 4-467 Freda Card, Election 122 20.00 4- 4 67 Mildred Kolesa 123 • 20.00 4-467 Eileen Miller, Election 124 20.00 4- 4 67 Evelyn Beck. Election 125 4- 4 67 Dewey Wagenfeldt, Salary 126 4-467 Donald Golike, Salary 127 4-1767 Union Electric Co., Hall 128 4-1767 Thomeczek Oil Co., Hall • 129 4-17 67 Golike Sales & Service, Mower , 130 5-11 67 Union Electric Co., Hall 131 5-11 67 Dewey Wagenfeldt, Salary 132 5-1167 Leroy Bierbaum, Salary 133 5-11 67 Thomas Harris, Salary and Relief Expense .... 134 32o.OO 6-1067 Country Mutual Insurance, Insurance 135 59.68 6-1067 Dewey Wagenfeldt, Salary ' 136 300.00 6-1067 Union Electric, Hall J37 15.73 6-1067 Thomeczek Oil Co., Hall 138 35.33 6-1067 Mary Gabriel. Expense 139 232.25 6-10 67 A. L. Edsall, Repairs 140 8.40 7-867 Leroy Bierbaum, Salary and Expense 141 £90.00 7- 8 67 Dewey' Wagenfeldt, Salary 142 300.00 7-867 Union Electric, Hall 143 14.85 7-867 Kutter Bros. Lumber, Hall Repairs 144 35.32 8-567 Byers Printing, Supplies 145 15.51 8-567 Dewey Wagenfeldt, Salary 146 300.00 8- 5,Union Electric, Hall 147 13.48 9-567 Alton Telegraph, Printing 148 116.00 9-567 Dewey Wagenfeldt, Salary 149 300.00 9-567 Union Electric. Hall 150 16.18 9-567 Earl Waggoner. Salary 151 62.50 9-567 Tommy L. Harris, Painting Hall 152 120.00 9-3067 Dewey Wagenfeldt, Salary 153 300.00 9-3067 Union Electric, Hall 154 16.08 10-1867 Country Mutual Insurance, insurance 155 531.SO 11-467 Dewey Wagenfeldt, Salary 156 300.00 11-467 Union Electric, Hall 157 13.52 11-467 Thomeczek Oil Co., Hall 158 18.18 11-467 Troy A. Kost, Sec., Ass. Dues 159 36.00 12-467 Gubser & Apple. Bond 160 50.00 12-467 Dewey Wagenfeldt, Salary 161 300.00 12-467 Union Electric, Hall 162 14.18 12-467 Donald Golike, Salary 163 150.00 1-668 Bethalto Bank, Box Rental 164 3.00 1-668 Thomeczek Oil Co., Hall '... 165 53.30 1-068 Dewey Wagenfeldt. Salary 166 300.00 1-668 Union Electric, Hall 167 22.62 2-868 Dewey Wagenfeldt, salary 168 300.00 2-868 Thomeczek Oil Co., Hall 169 28.21 2-668 Union Electric, Hall 170 13.80 2-868 Merl Collins, Salary 171 125.00 2-868 John Waggoner, Salary 172 62.50 2-868 Oscar Von Bergen, Salary 173 125.00 2-868 Thomas Harris, Supplies and Expense 174 17.50 3-268 Byers Printing Co., Supplies 175 17.60 3- 2 68 Dewey Wagenfeldt, Salary 176 300.00 3-268 Stahl's Store, Supplies 177 6.07 3-268 Union Electric, Hall 178 16.56 3-268 Thomeczek Oil Co., Hall 179 30.83 Expense $7,814.06 Balance March 31. 1967 $7,957.43 County Treasurer 7,941.51 Hall Rent 5.00 Interest 222.97 Total Income $15,526.91 Expense 7,814.06 Balance March 31. 11)08 $7,712,85 4- S 67 8-11 67 6-11 67 0-11 67 Ml 67 ff-11 67 6-11 67 6-10 67 6-10 67 8-1067 0-1067 ?. 867 7- 167 1- 867 7-8 ROAD AND BRIDGE Frank Schmidt, Labor 1 Ed Huck, Labor 2 Frank Schmidt, Labor 3 Kutter Bros., Supplies, Culverts 4 Stobbs Tire Sales. Truck Tires 5 Witt • Armstrong Co., Grader Parts 6 Foster Oaks Garage, Truck Parts 7 SaoJe Bros, Supplies 8 Ed Huck, I*abpr 9 Frank Schmidt, Labor 10 M. C. Gabriel, Hauling Dirt U Frank Schmidt, Labor 13 Ed 'Huck, Labor 14 Plain Auto Supply, Oil • 10 Piaia Motor Fuel*, Gau 16 Capital Supply Co., Culverts 17 %»l fc°r ft .r.. p r. 8 ..:::::::::::::::: 1! ' ^ w -< '^'•::::;;::::::::::::::;:::;:::^ Q., Culverts 22 , Tire Repair end Battery 252.00 419.80 310.40 70.80 110.00 163.39 43.98 188.50 192.40 222.00 12.00 244.20 259.00 85.25 ieo.49 111.97 264.90 229.40 2M.OC! 30.84 35.40 300.00 303.40 192.40 25.46 Frank Schmidt, Labor 27 270.10 Ed Huck, Labor .• 28 244.20 Helmkamp Bros., Repairs 29 34.00 Stobbs Tire Sales, Tires • 30 417.63 Ed Huck, Labor 31 192.40 Frank Schmidt, Labor 32 259.00 Foster Oaks Garage, Truck Repairs 33 255.20 J & A Springman, Fire Extinguisher 34 2.49 Widman Trucking Co., Culverts 35 205.14 1-4 67 Lee's Garage, Repairs 36 22.10 11-467 Dewey Wagenfeldt, Mow Weeds 37 75.00 Piasa Auto Supply, Supplies 38 6.90 Helmkamp Auto Service, Truck repair 39 84.43 Kutter Bros, Supplies 40 15.38 Piasa Motor Fuels, Gas 41 161.82 A. L. Edsall, Repairs 42 46.20 Highway Equip. Co.. Chains 43 57.06 Helmkamp Auto Service, Truck repair 44 203.30 Frank Schmidt. Labor 45 222.00 Ed Huck, Labor 46 162.80 Stobbs Tire Sales, Battery 47 23.16 Widman Trucking Co., Culvert and supplies 48 125.82 Kutter Bros, Supplies 49 44.60 Stobbs Tire Sales, Repairs 50 4.00 Jim Jones, Gas : 51 29.&0 The Climax Co., Signs 52 72.16 Ed Huck. Labor 53 148.00 Frank Schmidt, Labor 54 214.60 Helmkamp Auto Service, Repairs 55 86.30 Stahl's Store, Supplies 56 8.70 Piasa Motor Fuels, Gas 57 113 -46 Kutter Bros..Supplies 58 31.79 A. L. Edsall, Repairs 59 16.20 Helmkamp Bros., Grader repair 60 16.17 Helmkamp Auto Service, Repair 61 36.75 Aljets Garage, Repair 62 8.45 Frank Schmidt, Labor 63 246.05 Ed Huck, Labor 64 148.00 United Laboratories. Salt 65 283.65 Helmkamp Auto Ser., Truck repair 66 ,48.91 Ed Huck, Labor 67 111.00 Frank Schmidt, Labor 68 185.00 Thomas .Harris, Salary 69 277.S7 Helmkamp Auto Ser., Truck Motor 70 491.40 Expense 10,284.15 .Bal. March 31, 1967 ^'IP 4 ,' 4 ,? County Treasurer 9,856.85 Road Commissioner 35.40 9-30 67 9-3067 9-3067 11- 4 67 11-467 11- 4 67 11- 4 67 11- 4 67 11-467 11-467 11-467 11-467 11-467 11-467 11-467 12- 7 67 12-767 12-767 12-767 12- 7 67 12-767 1-668 1- 6 68 1-668 1- 6 68 1- 6 6S 1- 6 68 1-668 2-868 2- 8 68 2-868 2-868 2-868 2- 8 68 2-868 2-868 3- 2 68 3- 2 68 3-268 3-268 3- 2 68 3- 2 68 Income Expense 23,196.67 10,284.15 10 X-2x 70.00 13.22 183-22 3,892.00 3,892.00 Bal. March 31, 1968 .......................... 12,912.52 RELIEF FUND Wcrts Grocery, Groceries .......................... i Ross-Penny, Rent .................................. 2 Union Electric, Electricity .......................... 3 Expense ............................................... Bal. March 31, 1967 .......................... 7,303.65 County Treasurer ............................ 504.08 Interest ,... ................................... 218.85 Bal. March. 31, 1968 ......................... 7,843.36 EQUIPMENT & BUILDING FUND 2-268 Morton Bid. Inc ..................................... 1 Expense ............................................. •• Bal. March 31, 1967 .............. , ........... 1,236.08 County Treasurer ................ y ......... 2.020.88 Transfer Special Bridge ...................... 1,250.00 Income ................................ ........ 35.06 Interest .................................... •'••'• 59.74 Total Income .............. ................ ••• 4.601.76 Expense ....................................... 3,892.00 Balance March 31, 1968 ........................ S 709,76 SPECIAL BRIDGE Equipment & Building Fund, Transfer .............. 1 $1,250.00 Balance March 1, 1967 ........................ $9,032.35 County Treasurer ............. • .............. 2,031.41 Interest ....................................... 370.29 Total Income , ................................ $12,334.05 Expense ...................................... 1,250.00 Balance March 31, 1968 ...................... $11,084.05 OIL FUND 5-11 67 Walter Strohbeck, Oil .................... ........... 1 142.30 5-11 67 Thompson Asphalt, Asphalt ......................... 2 95.55 5-11 67 Mississippi Lime Co., Rock ....................... 3 165.34 5-11 67 C. M. Lohr, Rock .................... , ............. 4 44.37 6-1067 Mississippi Lime Co. Rock .......... ............... 5 98.20 6-1067 C. M. Lohr, Rock ................... ; .............. 6 29.40 6-1067 Thompson Asphalt Co., Asphalt ...... . ............. 7 322.10 7- 8 t7 Thompson Asphalt Co., Asphalt ...... .. ............ 8 276,90 7-867 Mississippi Lime Co., Rock ....................... 9 100.85 8- 5 67 Thompson Asphalt Co., Asphalt .................... 10 322.48 9-567 Mississippi Lime Co., Rock ............ ;. ........ 11 935.39 9- 5 67 C. M. Lohr, Rock ......................... . ......... 12 1,000.00 9-567 Walter Strohbeck, Oil ....................... .>, ........ 13 1,943.25 9-3067 C. M. Lohr, Rock .......................... :,.... 14 1,000.00 9-3067 Mississippi Lime Co., Rock ............... ......... 15 567.22 9-3067 Walter Strohbeck, Oil ......................... ;,... 16 1,090.12 10-467 Chas Mahoney CO., Asphalt ........... , ......... ,.. 17 60.90 10-467 Thompson Asphalt Co., Asphalt .................. 18 61.75 10-467 Walter Strohbeck, Oil ............................... 19 782.40 10-467 C/M. Lohr, Rock .................................. 20 1,000.00 10- 4 67 Mervin Lohr, Rock and Spreading ................ 21 394.36 10-467 Mississippi Lime Co., Rock ........................ 22 561.40 12-767 Mississippi Lime Co., Rock ...................... 23 >, 285.87 12-767 Chas Mahoney Co., Asphalt .................... ., 24 - 18.60 12- 767 Thompson Asphalt Co., Asphalt .................... 25 J82.50 1-668 Thompson Asphalt, Asphalt ........ > ..... . ...... 27 61.68 1- 6 68 C. M. Lohr, Rock .................................. 28 27,66 1-668 Mississippi Lime Co., Rock ......... ........ ..... 29 129.77 1-31 68 Bethalto Bank, Check Books ....... . .............. 30 6.70 2-867 M. C. Gabriel, Labor ............... ... ............ 31 120.29 2-868 C. M. Lohr, Rock ................... . ............ ,. 32 255.34 2-868 Mississippi Lime Co., Rock ......... , .............. 33 713.77 3-268 Mississippi Lime Co., ROCk . ........ . .............. 34 420.10 3-268 C. M. Lohr, ROCk .......... . ....... ,,.... ..... ,,,, 35 157.61 Expense ...... ................. ,.,...,,.... .......... $13,374.40 Balance March 31, 1967 ..,.,..,., ..... , ...... $6,114.97 County Treasurer ..... .... .......... . ........ 9,876,34 Road Commissioner ... ...... . ..... ..,.,..,,. 660.32 Gas Tax ......... ......... ..... ,..,.....,,,,,,.,,,..... 1,509.72 Total Income ...< ............................ $18,161,35 Hxpense ............................... ........13,574.40 Balance March 31, 1968 ................ . ..... ......,...,$4,783,95 initiative in this effort, and also to Fath»r Reinert for committing his university to assist us," Teer said after the meeting. Southern Illinois University personnel who will assist in the Model Cities program include Robert Mendelson and Boone Hammond, researchers in Public Administration and Metropolitan Affairs; Jane Altes, r& search associate in PAMA; Jef ferson Ware, coordinator for area services at the East St. Louis Center of SIU; Charles W. Miller, community consultant in PAMA; Katherine Dunham, cul tural affairs consultant, PAMA; Zadia Herrold, associate professor health, recreation and physical education, and Eugene Redmond, teacher - counselor in SIU's Experiment in Higher Education at East St. Louis. Law for Today Q. Do child labor laws affect the employment of a 17 year old boy if he is married? I am only 17 but I have a wife and child to support. A. Illinois child labor laws affect only minors under 16. However, a 17 year old, married or not, could be affected by federal child labor laws when he goes job hunting. Under federal law, any person under 18 may not be employed in any nonagricultural occupation declared hazardous by the Secretary of Labor. There are seventeen classifications' of hazardous work. For example, it would be considered hazardous for a 17 year old to operate an elevator; drive a motor vehicle as part of his job; be a member of a wrecking or demolition crew; be a roofer; do excavation work, work in a mine or operate a power-driven woodworking or metal forming, punching or shearing machine. — Illinois State Bar Association. Plan Benefit Dinner for Sen. Simon A $25 a plate dinner to help Sen. Paul Simon in his bid for the office of Illinois lieutenant governo* is scheduled for July 13 at Augustine's Restaurant in Belleville. ' Tickets for the special dinner for Simon are available locally from Madison County Demo- mons, 1028 Third St'^V e n i c e, and County Recorder of Deeds James F. Chapman at the county courthouse at Edwaikjsville. This will be the only dinner in Southern Illinois for Simon's benefit and will include all counties from Sangamon south to Alexander. TOP VIEW Voters Favor Dropping 'Lost in Space suits to appear prior to the respective conventions. JHirther, we plan a ballot on the Presidential election, the result to ap< pear before November 6th.' for "Monkees" fans: Thomas Baum of NBC asks us to announce: "1 think your readers will, be interested to leawi that NBC p<ans to present two Mon- kees specials next season, Television changes; groups change; and the Monkees feel they'll be able to do more with specials than with a series. Meanwhile, don't be surprised if repeats of the series turn up somewhere on the dial. 'The Monkees' are alive and swinging." READERS SPEAK Dear TOP VIEW: Cigarette advertising should be banned— although I am an inveterate smoker. — Mrs. Florence R. Hobbs, Sarasota, Fla. Dear TOP VIEW: I am a nonsmoker. Removing cigarette donwterHals from TV will not prevent people from smoking, t wouldn't stop using detergents if manufacturers stopped advef* Using. People smoked before TV or commercials, — Mrs. ju- dy S. Nichols, Nashville, Tenn. TV WMYFOttt Who Is your favorite to win the Republican nomination for President? Circle one: 1. NIXON 2. PERCY 3 -REAGAN 4. ROCKEFELLER 5. STASSEN ' Circle one: I am 1. REPUBLICAN 2. DEMOCRAT 3. INDEPENDENT Networks are now editing out violence from many programs next season: t _..„ . HAS TV VIOLENCE CONTRIBUTED TO RIOTING, AS- SASS1NATIONS, AND GENERAL CRIME IN THE U.S.? Circle only one: 1. Violence on TV has contributed significantly. 2. TV violence, along with other factors, has had some influence. 3k TV has had a slight influence but most has come from other factors. 4. TV has had negligible or no influence. Circle your age bracket: Under 21; 21-49; 50 or over. Clip box and mail promptly to TOP VIEW BALLOT 141, Alton Evening Telegraph, 111 E. Broadway, Alton, Illinois 62002. * * * * * * * * TV LOG (R) Denotes Rebroadcast (C) Denotes Color KTVI (ABC) 2, KHOX (CBS) 4, KSD (NBC) 5, KPLR 11 «:«—2 Peter Gunn (R) 4 News (C) 5 Death Valley (C) 11 Ernest Tubb (C) 6:30-2 Dating Game (C) 4 The Prisoner (C) 5 The Saint (C) (R) 11 Movie MOVIES SAT. EVE 6:30—ll-"Story of G.I. 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