Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 25, 1956 · Page 27
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, October 25, 1956
Page 27
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-SEVEN General Assembly ControlTossup By DON B. CHAMBERJLAIN Telefcf-aph Correspondent SPRINGFIELD — Control ol the next General Assembly by Republicans or Democrats appears a lossup, although decisive victories hy Gov. William G. Stratton or Democrat Richard B. Austin, rival candidate for governor, could assure either of a substantial majority. There are 37 contests for seats in the state Senate with battles in 30 districts for the odd House seat. The Senate increases its members from 51 to 58 and the House from 153 to 177 because of reapportionment which raised the num- lirr of Senate district from 51 to 58 and the number of House districts to .">!). There are 21 holdover .stale senators from the odd numbered district divided among 13 Democrats and eight Republicans. The House elects a complete new membership, three from each district. With 13 holdover Senate seals already in their possession. Democrats have only to win 17 of the ?J contests to control the new Serial e, whereas the GOP must win 22. In the House race the Democrats must win Ihe odd seat in 1C contested representative districts to set a majority of 8!> whore the l Republicans have to win in 15 of the contested districts. Thrre incumbents are bidding for re-election in the WAV .Vlrd representative district (Madison County on'tyi. They are Reps. Paul .Simon, Troy, and Lloyd C. Harris, Granite City, Democrats: and Ralph T. Smith. R.. Alton attorney. Thomas Holland. R.. Wood River, is. the other. Simon, a newspaperman and only 27 was the "haby" ot the legislature in the l. r i.';.3 session. Worden Parade Set for Oct. 31 WORDE.V — KOI- the thiiil con- si"ci)we jr-ar the Lions Cub u;ll sponsor the Hallow orn parade. Oct. 31. Silver dollars w.!l lw given as prizes in ihe parade, and ail persons in costumes will receive "treats." Prior to 1954 the parade was sponsored hy Geocce W. Carpenter and Harold Ix>eh, on behalf of tiip public schools. Worden Notes Worden — Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Welch spent Sunday in Johnson City v:siting Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stinti. Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Noivtll and children, Catherine and Todd of Roxana. were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Worden Anderson. Name Low Bidders On Alt. 67 Job SPRINGFIELD — (Special)— Madison Construction Co. of Kd- wardsville was apparent low bid. der to construct slightly more than one mile of two-lane Alternate Highway 67 between Wood River and Hartford when bids were opened Tuesday by Illinois Division of Highways. The bid was $275,6-!S. Work on the section has been held in abeyance pending completion of a sewer pumping station in the Mississippi River Levee which borders the road right of way. Specifications for the mad call for a bituminous concrete surface over a crushed stone .base. . Keeley Bros., of Hast St. Louis, with an offer of 5162,579. was apparent low bidder on a project to resurface one ond one-fourth miles of bituminous concrete road along Highway 111 south of the intersection of U.S. Rt. 66 and Bypass 40 in Madison County. Sangamo Construction Co. of Springfield was apparent low bidder on a contract to erect three highway bridges and bituminous approaches in Greene County. The bid was $180,411 and the bridges are along Federal Aid Route 155 near Hillview. Corporation Taxes Total i $220 000 in State j SPRINGFIELD — Collection; of corporation franchise fees and i taxes for the first nine months of this year are $220,004.14 greater than for the entire year of 1955, Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier reported today. | The $5,152,800.05 collected j through September is $434,592.42' more than the amount collected! in the same period last year, .Carpentier said. Organization of new business corporations continues to forge ahead of last year's levels. The total of 5,414 new Illinois groups granted charters is 567 greater than at the same time last year, and the 85? out-of-state business companies granted certificates of authority to operate in Hl(* nois are 96 more than last year. Missouri's Length The Missouri River starts from the junction of the Madison and Jefferson .rivers in Madison County, Montana, and flows '2,466 miles to join the Mississippi above St. Louis, Mo. OPEN NITES WE GIVE EAGLE STAMPS W« Reserve the Right te Limit SAVE EAGLE (CASH) ISTAMPS FOR CHRISTMAS BUYING • li JP^i • •^•FH^I JP^&Bi FOOD CENTER STORES " National Food Center 8totes Glvn Ka .Stamps On All Purchases ftkcept.CiRRr.KttR* and Tobaccos NATIONAL'S ECONOMY BEEF SALE! CHOICE CUT SIRLOIN STEAKS ROUND STEAKS RIB STEAKS SfftWNG YOU •mm SAVING YOU MORI... WITH IAGLI STAMPS ORCHARD FRESH v ORANGE JUICE 3 46-oz. Cans HUNT'S TOMATO JUICE 4 46-oz. Cans SPECIAL PACK Jiffy Biscuit Mix Garden Fresh TOMATOES \ Cream-Style GOLDEN CORN SPINACH OR GREEN BEANS 303 CANS SPECIAL PACK Jiffy Pie Mix a Reg,; Pkg. BROOKS' CATSUP Earmor CRANBERRY SAUCE Famous GREEN GIANT PEAS Nancy Lee SHELL-OUT BEANS 12-oz, Bottle 300 Cans 303 Cans 303 Cans HOLSUM CREAMED Peanut Butter 18-oz, Jar CREAM STYLE GOLDEN CORN PORK & BEANS KIDNEY BEANS RED BEANS * 300 Cans Camplire MARSHMALLOWS Stems i Pieces Keystone Mushrooms 2-Oi. Can M mm 1 /C Duncan Hme.s — White CAKE MIX Keg. Pkg. 33c Hawaiian PUNCH 48-Oi. Can Snidfr'i CATSUP Bottle Linit LIQUID STARCH Quart Bottle 25c Underwood OEVIIEO HAM 21C Car«me) Popcorn CRACKER JACK 2 H«K. it CM lloxes A 9V Krey's SALISBURY STEAK 43c Niagara LAUNDRY STARCH Keg. Krey's QRAVY AND BEEF S 49c l.illit LAUNDRY STARCH 2 1'4-Ui. Pkgs. 29c NATIONAL'S FLAV-UR-FULL CORN-FED BEEF ROUND STEAKS , . . • 89c SIRLOIN STEAKS , , , ' 89c BEEniVER 0 . , , , , "29c NATIONAL'S SO FKESH Frying Chickens , , "-&}£„ 99c MK-VEINED—PEELED Booth Shrimp . . ^ T" BOOTH'S Breaded Shrimp . . Bot s l' 89 TASTE O' SKA CATFISH FILLETS , , <>49c FRESH—FROZEN' LARGE SHRIMP . , . > 69c 5-Lb. Box S3.39 T-BONE STEAKS , , , ' 99c BONELESS RUMP ROAST , , , , > 89c LACLEIJE SKINLESS WIENERS u-j?:39c MICKELBERKY BRICK CHILI • 49c MICKELBEKKV Vac. Packed COOKED HAM , , , J£ 55c MICKELBKKKV ASSORTED LUNCHEON MEAT , , , 63c MICKELBEIWV Chili-Fltuorrd FRANKS ....... < 55c ALL MEATS SOLD ON A DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK GUARANTEE NATIONAL'S ECONOMY TENDER, JUICY T-BONE STEAKS . , 79c C:LT-I;P FOR STEW BONELESS BEEF . . 59c BONELESS RUMP ROAST . . . 69c COUPON WORTH 25c Towards the purchase of 3 Ibs. or more National's lOOCt Pure Fresh GROUND BEEF Offer Good at Any National Food Center Store. Offer Expires Saturday, October '.i'th. fOUHHU lib. BOX ItlMIT COLONIAL BROWN SUGAR «"•«» SHORWNG U. S. No. I - HARD, JUICY JONATHAN APPLES FRESH GREE-V CABBAGE . . . 5c CRISP CAUF. Pascal Celery 2 s* 25c U. S. No. 1 SOLI0 Yellow Onions.. 3 15c U. S. Xo. 1—FRESH—2-3-Lb. Avg. PUMPKIN "10c ORCHARD FRESH-FROZEN ORANGE JUICE . . . 2 29 HALLOWE'EN CANDIES JELLY BEANS HARVEST MIX BLACKOUT MIX CANDY CORN POPSIE POPS BUBBLE GUM CANDY APPLES BUBBLE GUM FIVE SOMES . CANDY APPLES Fresh 2-U). <9Qj* i Pack Bag O«7v Fre»h 1-Mi. OQr I Pack Bag *i9l> Fresh 13-Oz. OQo Pack PkK. 4i9V J resh 1-l.b. OQ/t « Puck Bug *i«7t 60 in OQ|» • \\olch Bag 4B«7V hresli 40 in OAf* , Pack Bag 4»9\f ll-Oi. OQn Leaf Bag «t«7V 80 in *f Q r I Leaf Box i 9V 80 in "7Qr • Leaf Box i «FV 80 in «7Q* Leaf Box i W Cake Red Star YEAST 5c Kraft MAYONNAISE r z " 42c Famous Bleach CLOROX PintX2C Quart Banquet-Frozen TURKEY DINNER Kraft CARAMELS l-IJj. Pilhbury BISCUITS 25c Argo OLOSS STARCH B«bl«« Love It! PABLUM 8-Oi. Pkg. NORTHERN BEANS 45c Ballard BISCUITS 25C Argo CORN STARCH LLb. I BA Pkg. 19V Ubby'v Strained BABY FOOD 3 K 31c \

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