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Troy Tribune (Newspaper) - July 31, 1952, Troy, Illinois troy trib une A progressive paper in a progressive town Jacob Man Shoots Self With Shotgun July 1952 Volume Number 31 il Briefs I Shirley Schilling off OFal i spent the weekend with i Louis he Merry Workers of the Pres srian Church will hold their puil ice cream social on the of the church Aug and Albert Arth and i and and Roland L Ronald of Maaeou spent the weekend visiting in and Morrison and Barby of Webster Missouri were of Lester Kinder last Mary Zinkgraf and Miss Kampmeyer of OTallon home from a vacation at While uTWis Dells Zinkgraf and aaiaprneyer met Her JS Herb Jrand Ruth The Beutels were vacationing in Spensel City Water Tower To Be Painted In a special meeting Monday the city council gave the Speelman Tank Service Company authority to clean and paint the Troy water The cost will be The council also decided to re ceive bids on installing a four inch water line in the Taylor The present line is only two causing low water dent of Troy and now of was reported in fair condition early this week at Barnes Hos pital in He is being treated for a shot gun wound in the Porter told Madison County authorities the wound was a grain elevator em was found Saturday night in the attic of his home with a shotgun lying He was admitted to Josephs Hospital in Highland for emer gency treatment and was trans ferred to Barnes Hospital early Sunday Deputy Sheriffs Charles Stern and Raymond Anderson made the VOTERS REGISTRATION County Clerk Miss Eulalia Hotz has announced that deputy vot ers registrar Miss Alma Gebauer will be at the Troy Post Office every Wednesday during the mon th of August to accept new voters registrations and cha ge of addr ess She will be there 9 to 12 and 1 to For those who are unable to be there at those you may ph one 4313 for an All voters in the area may use these Miss Sharon Bmnworth Attends Homenlakers Sharon daughter of and Walter Brunworth of is attending the Illinois Future Homemakers of America State Leadership Training con ference at East Bay Lake July 28 August Sharon is a Junior in the McCrayDewey High She was selected as a delegate to the conference by McCrayDewey Chapter of Future Homemakers of She is one of 550 delegates attending the conference as dele gates for the 560 chapters in and representing state One member from each chapter is eligible to The 22 section and approximately 35 counselors also will make up the Miss Donna Mt Pul State President of the Illinois Futre Homemakers of preside over the and morning o e the Armed r a former of with Rol has just Arts de Hauamarm AriyB Heuiser Heuiscr auto Walter Rotkis Receives Promotion On June the Strategic Air Command announced the promo tion to Lieutenant Colonel of Walter Colonel Rotkis is presently assigned as the Com ptroller at Carswell Air Force Fort the home of the B36 intercontinental Upon his return from 40 months of overseas duty in Colonel Rotkis was assigned to Mitchell Air Force Hemp Long New where he was the Transportation Officer for the Air Defense Com He was then ordered to the Air Command and Staff School at Maxwell Air Force Mont Upon comple tion of this Rotkis was sent to the University of where he received his Masters Degree in Business Administration in Rotkis resides at 5000 Black Oak Fort Texas with his and two and He is the soninlaw of Charles Twins Are Baptized At Sunday Service The twin sons of and Bliss were baptized at the gvajelical after July Morn the Marine Proposes New Sanitation System Containing 132 a petition was filed Monday in the Madison county court lor a election on the question of establishing a saitary district in the village of The petition recites that tii2 village does not have a sewage treatment plant or public sewage County Judge Michael Kinne is asked to call to his assistance two judges of the circuit with the three to constitute a board of commissioners haying the power and authority to con sider the boundaries of the pro posed sanitary A decis ion of two of the commissioners would be conclusive and not subject to review in any The petition asks Judge Kin ney to post notices in at least five public places in the proposed at least 20 days before the commissioners meet to fix the boundaries of the proposed dis After the commissioners pass upon the territorial Coun ty Judge Kinney then would sub mit the proposition to the voters in the form of a special referen Trojan is Reelected Director Of Savings Organization In a recent annual shareholder meeting of the Clover Home Building and Loan Associ ation of James L was reelected as a director of the Other directors reelected in clude Dietrich Arthur and Leonard Other di whose term has not expir ed are Gordon Wil liam Glen Louis Bernard Oscar Schmidt and The assets of the organization are now over the Homecoming Has Large At tendance Lee Juenger of the aponsori tot ami Mm and Polwort Announce Baby Boy and Homer Polwort of Collinsville are announcing the birth of a son July Stephen Michael weighed 5 eleven ounces and was born at Christian Welfare Hospital in Polwort was formerly Miss Rose Maslosky of Homer is the son of and Fred Blood Bank Here August 14 The Madison Couny blood bank will be in Troy August More publicity will be given this matter at a later but it is generally known that blood is desperately needed and all citizens of Troy are urged to mark August 14 on the calendar in Leroy Snow left Wednesday for Del California to visit with his sister and and Norman Milk Producers Officials Travel To Springfield Louis Director and Manager of the Sanitary Milk were sent to Springfield by the organization in regard to lation beneficial to all milk pro ducers in the Louis I men feel their efforts in behalf the producers will be and be especially to Grade C producers as well the Grade Saturday Dauderman and ding net in the m5t A large number of people jam med Troy Friday and Saturday nights to attend the thirteenth annual Oscar general chair termed the entire celebra tion a The activities of both evenings opened with a parade of beauti fully decorated floats and bands from surrounding Winners of the prizes for the best floats were Schmitt first Schoons second and Watson refreshment and other stands were The estimated net profit is about but is not final as all bills are not included as Howard the new Moser the former lona daugit ter of and William Jack son of Norman RR was the winner of the baby Jacob Telephone Rates Are Raised The Illinois Commerce Commis sion announced Friday that it has granted Home Telephone permission to increase rates August 1 from to a The ICC also announced it has approved construction and opera tion of a gas distributing system in Monticello by Illinois Power Gas Lateral a was authorized to build a pipeline between cello and the distribution In another the ICC set for hearing September 3 in Sprirgfield a petition for rate in creases by Grafton Telephone Fire Department Called To Farm Home The Troy fire department was called to the farm of Albert the rain Lightning had struck highpow ered wires near the house and caused electricity to hoot from the appliance No damage was The Merry Workers regular meeting will be held August 6 in the Presbyterian Jooeph Somantain from i tor Agriculture
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