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   Troy Tribune (Newspaper) - April 24, 1952, Troy, Illinois                                troy trib une A progressive paper in a progressive town April 1952 Volume Number 17 J Briefs and Clarence Frey ided a Telephone Convention at the Hotel Abraham Lin in Thurs and Friday of last and James Decrevel and Melvin Bliss with and of and Fred April 19 were ud Schiller of Jen Charles Mil oi St Louis and Miss 1 cks of Lena Weber underwent I at Josephs Hospital Iffighland Monday morning to healing of a broken George Baum and of and George and children one evening Overman has arrived California for with Hewasaccom his who will return to his Wed George Schmafe the funeral of Grade Children Ready Program For Friday The pupils of the Troy Grade School will present a piay and musical program in the school April 25 at 8 The program Dixie Maden God of Our Bells of Ken tucky Babe and Teddy Bears Picnic 7 and 8 Accordian Solo Rosalie iBohn enstiehl Ten Little Over the Cowboys Soldiers and Where Has My Little Dog Gone 1 and 2 Grades Flutophone Numbers Liberty School Piano Solo Carolyn Schmitt Songs and Tap Gardens in the It is No Easter Parade tap dance 3 and 4 Grades Swanee River 5 and 6 Battle Hymn of Repub Swing Low Sweet Char Polly Wally TooRaLooRa and Dustin 5 and 6 Grades Piano Accordian Strom Piano Jane and Ann Storment Paul Wrecks the 8th Grade Goodnight Ladies Everybody Music under the direction of Cordeal and Wentz ac companied b y Miss Imogene Dramatics under direction ol Viola Sixteen Year Old Youth Is Killed on Motorcycle A 16year old Collinsvilie youth was killed and two others were injured night when the motorcycles on which they were riding were struck irom behind by an auto on Highway approximately one and onehalf miles southwest of the city limits oi State police identified the dead youth as Jim Si6 Needer Injured were 529 LaRue and Donald 421 jttissell Slreet both ol Woodruff was taken to Jo seph Hospital in where ne was uelieved sulteriug from nead and Dack Pitts ap parently was not seriously hurt and was not in the Highland Hos pital Saturday Police said that a car driven by Elvin route Green crashed into the rear of the motorcyclists while all partici pants were traveling east at friday Bemeheld was being held in the Madison County jai on a warrant for reckless driving j Saturday after being taken before Highland justice cf the A fourth cyclist traveling wit his companions was not injured and was not identified by stat City Attorney 9f Action On Water Plans Arthur Wendler self or hire someone to So ft tor On Monday April This should prove more eco the City Council met with a rep resentative of the Bonding Com pany to discuss ways and means of financing the cost of installing service connections from the pre sent sewer lines the property line of the property Bids had been received from various contractors for the installation of these service The low bid amounted to approxi mately The original sewer ordinances called for a tapin charge of which charge was to cover the installa tion of the service lines from the sewer line in the street to the ad joining property This amount as originally set up was inadequate to cover the actual cost of the In order to meet the additional cost or to eliminate this cost the bonding company Ed proposed the passing of an ordinance which would permit the property owners to install their own service con If this is there will be no tapin charge paid to the The property owner may do all the installation work him Funeral Services Held Wednesday for Infant Private funeral services were held at the Edwards Funeral Home W e d n e s d afternoon April 16 at for the infant son of and Erwin Dol baby was born at Josephs Hospital April 15 and was still Besides his parents he is sur vived by three who is in the Marine sta tioned in California and Robert and Gary who are at Interment was in Friedens Carla Jane Kimberlin Born Wednesday and Wilbur Kimberlin we announcing the birth at a daughter at St Josephs in April Carla Jane weighed five thirteen ounces and comes to join two older Jon and Ellen Marian June and James accompanied Louis Oscar Gindler Again To Head Homecoming Oscar Gindler was again named general chairman of the Home coming to be held this year in Following the dinner and the business the Lions Club viewed movies at their regular meeting Wednesday Larry Dean Schneider Is Born Thursday A sen weighing eight five ounces was born to and Arnold Schneider April The baby has been named Larry tiean and was born at Josephs Hospital in Schneider is the former Miss Ruth Ackerman of Herbert Juehne Awaits Army Discharge v Staff Sergeant Herbert Juehne has returned to Camp Sheridan after spending the end at TflTg with him j and tbty will at Dlveraay I J JLlfefeMft We All Young People Invited To Fellowship Saturday The Young people of Troy and vicinity are cordially invited to attend the local Christian Youth Fellowship meeting at the Baptist 26 at x The Ambassador Quartet of Greenville College will provide special music in addition to a The Ambassador Quartet con sists of first Gerald Win a graduate student of Green ville from Pennsylvania second tenor is Charles a from Pine Pennsylvania bari tone is Roy a from Pennsylvania and bass is Nelson a from These men are preparing for the Christian The last meeting was held in the Methodist Church with a large group of young people These meetings are being plan ned for the fourth Saturday night in every month and will be Held in the various churches in All young people in this vicinity are invited to attend these meet Jane Mateer Born Sunday In East Louis and Mike Mcteer have announced the birth of their second daughter April 20 at Marys Hospital in East The little Miss has been named Jane Susan and weighed six ten She has a fourteen months Mateer is the former Miss Fern EfeWARDSVJLLE MAYOR MARRIED IN PECWIA Edwardaville mayor William nomical to the property The ordinance provides that the installation should be made ac cording to City This probably means that the City may require that the final hookup or actual connection made to the sewer lijne from the service line be made by a If the property owner decides that he wants the City to install the service line from the sewer line to the property the or dinance provides for the payment of the City to cover the cost of this The property owner must decide within the tune limit as to him in writingJy the Ciiy This is estimated to fee SO days after receiving notice from the Within this 30 day per iod the property owner must de posit to cover the in stallation This charge will only bring the service con nection to the property The property owner must then pro vide for the installation of the service line from his property line to his This in stallation charge will probably be payable during the month of May and the installations must be com pleted by July If the install ation charge is not paid to the City during the time as it will be the property owners task to see that his connection is made by July 1st to avoid any The original plans for the sewer system called for completion of the system by April Due to a change in the size of the treat ment and disposal plant as re quired by the ibad lack of necessary an extension of time is to be granted to the will probably be July A com appointed by the Mayor at the special will meet witih the Contractor to determine the amount of the extension of time to be granted to him for completion The Taylor addition and other areas incorporated into the City will receive the Sewer system im mediately upon completion of the present The Bonding Company representative stated that finances are available to ex tend the system into these areas after the present system is com This means after July The construction of the Citys Water System has been Until the sewer system is in op there will probably be nij taken on this mat ter by the present bonding The bids received by the City on the new Water system may be ac cepted before April Another special meetingof the City Coun cil has been called Whether another company will make a study of the proposed new water system fore the next special meeting re mains to be The present Bonding Company official stated that he definitely was interested in the new water bat wanted to wait until the sewer system waa in Property who al ready paid under tin may now   

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