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RON MAY 191969 Pag 2 Two Ban retained Carbondale clarifies Southern Illinoisan Toda PUBLIC MEETINGS The Elvcrado Unit IDS School Beard will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the high school at ElkvilJc. The Pinckneyville City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in city hall. The Du Quoin Unit 300 School Board will meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the John B. Ward School. Carterville Libra ry Board; 7:30 p.m. Monday at the library. Southern Illinois Airport Authority; 7:30 p.m. Monday at the airport office. Century School District; 8 p. m. Monday at the school. Dongola Unit School Board; 7:30 p.m. Monday in the school. Alto Pass Grade School Dis trict 119 board; 8 p.m. Mon day at the school. Herrin City Plan Commission, 7:30 p.m. Monday at City Hall. Bentcn Grade School Board, 7:30 p.m. Monday, 306 E. Church St. Benton Citv Council, 7:30 p.m. Monday, City Hall. Christopher City Council 7 p. m., Monday, City Hall. Zeigler City Council, 7 p.m. Monday, City Hall: West Frankfort City Council, 7 p.m. Monday, City Hall. SPECIAL EVENTS Herrin Little Egypt Chapter of S.P.E.B.S.Q.S.A., Barber Shop chcrus rehearsal 8 p.m. Men-day, Herrin High School choral room. Open to all interested area men. Medical - Surgical Conference Group of 14th District, Illinois Nurses Association, 7:30 p.m. Monday, auditorium of Veterans Administration Hospital, Marion; Dr. George H. Cass of Southern Illinois University will discuss "T u m o r Inhibition of Some 16 Substituted Steroids"; a film will be shown; area registered nurses invited. THE ARTS Graduate recital, Linda Carter, organ. 8 p.m. Monday. First Methodist Church, Carbondalc. MOVIES Fox, Carbondalc, "Charly" Egyptian Drive-In, "The Killing of Sister George" and "Cool Hand Luke." New 'action center1 Fairfo sfa Championship rodeo cowboys from east and west will compete for two days in the Du Quoin State Fair's professional rodeo in Aug. 28-29, according to Fair president Bill Hayes. The rodeo will be staged in the outdoor horseshow arena. Bleachers will be erected around part of the oval arena, with animal chutes at the east end. As part of its new policy, Hayes said, the Fair is adopting Fire call Carbondalc: 7:57 p.m. Sunday, Wilson Hall, Wall and Park streets, false alarm. SOUTHERN ILLINOISAN Published Sunday and doily except Saturdays and holidays by Southern Illinois Inc. 710 North Illinois Avenue, Carbondale, 629C1, 212 North 16th Street Herrin 62948, 117 Walnut Street, Murphysboro 62966, Second-class postage paid at Carbondale, Illinois and at additional mailing offices. The Southern Illinoisan is th successor Newspaper to the Carbondale Free Press, Herrin Daily Journal and Murphysboro Independent. The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the ust cf republications of II Ik. IVll nan. nrlntaH In t',r paper wii as a'n ap res dispatches, Carbondale contract City manager defends utility employes1 pact By Roger Stafford Of The Southern Illinoisan Carbondale City Manager C. William Norman has issued a position paper outlining h i s views on the city's recent settlement with 29 members cf Plumbers and Pipefitters Union Local 160. Norman listed four points which, he said, "can be studied to reach an objective conclusion." "The salaries paid by several area employers, particularly for similar type work, by private contractors, Southern Illinois University and our two private utilities have been a major problem to the city in attempting to hold down our wage increases. "We would have found it almost impossible to limit the settlement with the utility em ployees to the same amount I Campus Drive-In, "Angel in My Pocket" and "Wild Season." Varsity. Carbondalc, "The Killing of Sister George." Marion Drive-In, "Paper Lion" and "More Dead Than Alive" Sunday through Tuesday. Riviera Drive-In, "House of Cards" and "Strategy of Terror" Sunday through Tuesday. Rodgers, Anna, "Bonnie and Clyde" and "Green Berets" Sunday through Tuesday. Orphcum, Marion, "Night F o 1-lowing Day" and "Jigsaw" Sunday through Tuesday. Marlcw's. Murphysboro, "Hammerhead" and "For Singles Only" Sunday through Tuesday. Tuesday PUBLIC MEETINGS Shawnee Hills Recreation Assn., 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Gateway Inn, Muddy. Carbondale City Council, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at city hall. Anna City Council, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday at city hall. De Soto Grade School Board, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the school. Anna - Jonesboro Communitv High School board, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the school. Ccbden Village Board, 7:30 p. m. Tuesday at the village hall. Rend Lake College Board, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, college administration building, Mt. Vernon. Rend Lake Conservancy D i s- trict Board, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, district office, Wood building, Benton. Johnston City Unit School Board 7 p.m., Tuesday, High School. Marion Unit Two Board of Edu cation, 7:30p.m. Tuesday at un it administration office. Williamson County Community Action Agency7, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Johnston City federal housing community center, 211 E. 5th St. SPECIAL EVENTS A benefit performance of Lee Mace's Ozark Opry," funds to go to the Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital, St. Louis, Mo., 3 p.m. Tuesday, Bowen Gym, Carbondale Community High School Central. Donation $1. Herrin High School and Junior High School band concert, 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, South Side School gymnasium; no admission charge. an action-center idea with a featured attraction going on most of the time from noon till midnight. Five standard events will form the basic rodeo program, and competition will include most of the well - known pros who enter the annual rodeos in Cheyenne, Salinas, Sacramento, Denver, and Tucson, Hayes said. Fair dates are Aug. 23 through Labor day. JOHNSTON CITY BANDS TO PRESENT CONCERT The tenth annual Johnston City Unit One school band concert will be ai 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the high school gymnasium. Director C. L. Shaw said features will be Bright's "P r e-lude and Fugue in F Minor" by the junior and senior concert band; "Harper Valley PTA" by the senior band; Lemon Tree" by the junior band; and "Rocky Mountain Rock" by the beginning band as was offered for other employees because they received less than the ethers in last year's pay plan cn average of about 13 per cent versus a 16 per cent average for all others. "An uncomplicated discussion of the differences in pay between the Plumbers and Pipefitters and other employees becomes impossible because the utility employes have successfully resisted our efforts to incorporate their pay schedule into either the city's classification plan or our pay grade and step plan. "When our pay plan and over-all personnel program was being intially considered for adoption, I advised the city council that with the number of employes involved, the adminis tration of the program justified creation cf a full '-""te un , ,,. , :..T WJ iu i j ji i I, i .... xTir----;"- , n II -Jg . -i y- "W ' J" U. , I-. ' n 1 1 , 1 f' - . v. . . : ; l irpfm ? r, y m,--''- t ' : i - ,,t-; '! I j ? .;;jt.i!-;i;"i'::i:v, ":-,?r-Lf. v:4 , " ;':::''7'::.;:il?::-' ' ' f LJL' ,, ;v:..:.i... . ', 4 '1 'By fie Sea' Dan Wood of the Southern Illinois University art department and John Anderson of Marion are shown with Ander- Mon injured Almost one an hour in 3-car Police count 40 accident j weekend accidents Ralph Burns, 53, Rt. 2, Stone-fort, was injured in a three-car accident at 7:30 a.m. today in Marion. Police said Burns made a left turn off New Rt. 13 at the Bent- ley street intersection and his car was hit by another driven by Troy R. Peppers, Rt. 4, Marion. Burns' car then struck the car of Carl Fonden, 1107 W Sock-ton St., Marion, who had stopp ed at the intersection, police reported. Policeman Richard Hilliard issued Burns a ticket charging failure to yield right of way He was taken to Marion Memor ial Hospital for a check. His injuries were minor, Hilliard said. Helen L. Farley. 33, of 1309 W Cherry St., Marion, was issued two tickets after a wreck at 10:30 p.m. Saturday at 919 W. Cherry St. She drove into the parked car of Verne L. Bradley, Rt. 4, Marion, police said. Police Charged her with driving while intoxicated and illegal transportation of liquor. They said she had a bottle of liquor in her purse. Mrs. Farley's car caught fire after the wreck but the wiring blaze was out by the time police and firemen reached the scene. Break-in investigated I Du Quoin Police are investigating a break-in and vandalism reported early today. Thieves broke the glass out of the front door to gain entry to the Eisenhauer Woodworking Shop at 101 S. Chestnut St., police said, but apparently took nothing. Vandals broke windows in Bill Akins Custom Floor Covering shop at 513 E. Park St., but did not enter the building, police said. PRIORITIES In painting a room, do the ceiling first, the walls next, the woodwork and trim last. sonnel supervisor's position. "Part of the confusion which has arisen can be credited to the lack of anyone's time to properly administer and train supervisory personnel in the details of the program." Norman attached to the position paper a listing of rates for private and public employers in the area. The chart showed the Carbondale rate to be below private utility employers but above Murphysboro and Herrin, the two cities listed. Norman said he listed the "factors involved with the wage statement" after an editorial in thg Southern Illinoisan "left the clear implication that this agreement is excessive in terms of salaries paid other city employees and further that in paying the agreed amounts the city is leading private business in setting wage rates." son's painting "By the Sea." The painting was an entry in the Williamson County Town Accidents occurred at the! rate of almost one an hour on Southern Illinois highways over the weekend. At least 15 persons w e r e injured in Sunday accidents, according to State Police District 13 headquarters at Du Quoin. fcrty accidents were reported in the 48-hour period ending at midnight Sunday. Dale W. Clover, 13, Murphysboro, received "major injuries" when his car collided with a pickup truck on Rt. 149, two and one-half miles east cf Murphysboro, at 11 a.m. Sunday, state police said. David W. Jaquot, 17, De Soto, driver of the truck, was treated at St. Joseph Memorial Hospital, Murphysboro, and released. Clover was admitted ro the hospital. Clover's conditions was reported satisfactory this morning. Three persons were injured early Sunday in a collision on Rt. 14 in Buckner. The drivers, Michael C. Cooper, 35, Delbarton, W. A., and Robert Heberer, 29, Du Quoin, and Nedra Perkins, 25, Benton, a passenger in the Heberer car, were treated at Miners Hospital, Christopher, police said. Carlos H. Morse, 25, Marion, received minor injuries when his car overturned as he tried to avoid a deer on Old Rt. 13, one and one-half miles from Rt. 143, early Sunday. Dala M. Milda, 31, Anna, was taken to Herrin Hospital with minor injuries received in a one-car accident on the Colp-Blairsville Road at 5 a.m. Sunday. Police said his car was heavily damaged. ! Three persons were hurt in a collision on Rt. 166, south of Rt. 13, Sunday night. The cars, driven by John D. James, 29, Marion, and Gary H. Adams. 13. Mt. carmel, received ma- jor damage", according to state i rrliee. j Brenda James, 25, and Laura Kay James, 5, passengers in the James car, and Patrcia Frick, 13, Mt. Carmel, who was riding with Adams, were taken to Marion Memorial Hospital, police said. Airs. James suffered a prob- ... .lX. This situation exists when you fail to express your personal opinion to legislators who you voted into office to serve YOU. Our ancestors fought because they were taxed and not represented. Now that we have somcona to represent us, we should let them know how we feel. Write your senator andor representative! For those who are against the proposed state income tax, sign the following petition and mail to any senator andcr representative. I, the undersigned citizen of the state of Illinois, petition the General Assembly and the Governor of the state in protest against the state income tax as it is now proposed. Signature Address HERE ARE Senator John G. Gilbert cr Senator Delmar Mitchell Senate Post Office Capitol Building Springfield, Illinois NOTE: Watch to see how they stop representing your and Country Art Shew Saturday. The Cooperative Extension Service sponsored the able fractured right shoulder. Miss Frick suffered cuts of the face. Both are in satisfactory ! condition today in Marion Me morial Hospital. Sharon D. Drude, 23, Champaign, was slightly injured when her car was hit from behind on Rt. 37, one mile north of Dix, Sunday morning, police reported. They said the Drude car was making a left turn when struck by an auto operated by Thomas L. Walters, 59, West Frankfort. Walters received minor injuries, police said. Three members of a Missouri family were injured in an accident on Rt. 3, south cf R e d Bud, Sunday morning. State police said Ross A. Alsup, 49, Saxton, lost control of his car cn wet pavement and the auto ran into a steep bank. The driver and Loreita Alsup, 48, and Dionne Alsup, 19, received minor injuries, according to the police report. Louis C. Kehoe, 27, Nashville, lost control of his car cn Rt. 460, four miles west of Ashley, and the auto ran off the roadway. Kehoe and Christina A. Wesolowski, 22, Nashville, were sngmry injured, ponce said. Two hurt in Du Quoin Two Du Quoin area men were injured in a two-car accident over the weekend. Edward L. Wisniewski, 17, of 704 S. Madison St., and Louis R. Isaacs, 54, of Rt. 3, wore treated for facial cuts at Marshall Browning Hospital, according to Du Quoin Police. Police said Wisniewski was headed south on South Wash- ington street when he lost con-j ... troi ot nis car swiuuea acia tne center divider, and nit a pick-up truck driven by Isaacs. The accident, at 12:40 p.m. Saturday, caused major damage to both vehicles. Wisniewski was ticketed for reckless driving, police said. CUT HERE AND MAIL ATI JL WITHOUT REPRESENTATION A FEW MAILING ADDRESS your Congressman votes on views then it is time to vote CUT HERE AND MAIL Annual event. Wood vas a judge and Anderson served on the art committee. Art show winners announced Winners of the Williamson County Town and Country Art Show included four oil paintings and a collage. The show was held Saturday and Sunday in Marion. The Cooperative Extension Service sponsored the annual event. Pam Kalkbrenner, assistant extension advisor, said there wcre 85 entries displayed in the hi?h school's cafeteria. First place winners were oil paintings, "Jar, Jug, Fifth and Fiddle" bv Mrs. Helen Green - J "Frii it" hv Mrs. June Pagano of Herrin, "Strawberries" by Annette Stil-ley of Marion and "Poppies" by Mrs. Mary' McWhirter of Marian and a collage "Torn Paper" by Mrs. McWhirter. Appea planned in shooting A notice of appeal of a quashed murder indictment was to be filed today in circuit court in genon Franklin County State's Atty. j Gerald Owens said he would j file the notice regarding the de cision which quashed a murder indictment against Gerald Fer-ro, 48, of Benton. Ferro was indicted in January in connection with the shooting death of John L. Myers, 66, of West Frankfort. Ferro was charged with murder after Myers was shot with a .22-caliber rifle in his home. Testimony in an April hearing on Ferro's mental abilities resulted in Associate Judge William Webb Johnson dismissing the charge against Ferro. 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