Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on August 7, 1963 · Page 12
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 12

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 7, 1963
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THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1963 LEGAL NOTICES ORDINANCE NO. 63-20 \N ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NUMBER 1087 ENTITLED "AN ORDINANCE REGULATING TRAFFIC AND VEHICLES" AND FURTHER REGULATING TRAFFIC Whereas, Ordinance Number 1087 entitled "An Ordinance Regulating Traffic and Vehicles" was amended by Ordinance Number 14M, which added to Section 47 of Ordinance Number 1087 designated "No Parking Places" Paragraphs 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 20; and, Whereas, Ordinance Number 5624 further amended Section 47 of Ordinance Number 1087 by adding thereto paragraphs 21, 22, 23, 24 and 25; and Whereas, further amending of Section 47 of Ordinance Number 1867 is deemed required and further regulation of traffic is required as hereinafter set forth; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MT VERNON, ILLINOIS, as follows: SECTION 1. That Section 47 of Ordinance Number 1087 designated "No Parking Places" be and the same is hereby further amended by adding thereto para traph 26 as follows: 26. That parking be and is hereby prohibited at all times on both sides of Perkins Avenue from Welkins Street to Shawnee Street. SECTION 2. That all parking on Perkins Avenue from Welkins Street to Tenth Street shall be parallel only at all times. SECTION S. That any person violating the within ordinance shall be fined not less than One Dollar ($1.00) nor more than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) for each such violation. SECTION 4. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. SECTION 5. That this Ordinance shall be deemed to bean additional provision for the regulation of traffic and shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage, approval and publication as required by law. PASSED BY the City Council of the City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois this 5th day of August, 1963. APPROVED BY the Mayor of the City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois this 5th Day of August, 1963. Approved: S/JOHN J. MANION, Mayor. ATTEST: S/PAUL HAYES, Clerk. Published in the Mt. Vernon Register-News this 7th Day of August, 1963. ORDINANCE NO. 63-18 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 12 OF ORDINANCE NO. 1M4 ENTITLED "AN ORDINANCE RELATING TO ALCOHOLIC LIQUORS", A8 HERETOFORE AMENDED BY ORDINANCE NOS. 1069, 1U8, 68-12, 6915 AND 60-25 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the Mt. Vernon Airport Authority, Jefferson County, Illinois, that a |Tentative Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for said Authority for the fiscal year beginning (May 1, 1963, and ending April 30, |19S4, has been prepared at the direction of the Board of Commissioners of said Authority and |wiU be on file and conveniently (available to public Inspection at the office of the Treasurer of said Authority, for at least thirty days (prior to the public hearing here-1 inafter specified and to final action thereon. , Notice is further given hereby that a public hearing on said I Budget and Appropriation Ordinance will be held at 7:30 p.m. (D.S.T.) on the 30th day of August, 11963. at the Office of the Treasurer of said Authority, at Mt. Verinon Airport, Mt. Vemon, Illinois. SAM SHAW. Secretary of Mt. Vernon Airport Authority. 8-14 INOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given by the iBoard of Education of School District No. 201 in the County of Jef- Iferson, State of Illinois, that a tentative budget for said school [district for the fiscal year begin- |ning July 1, 1963, will be on file and conveniently available to public inspection at the Superin- Itendent's office, Mt. Vernon Township High School, from and after I 8:30 o 'clock a.m. on the 8th day 1 of August, 1963 at Mt. Vernon, Illinois in this School District. Notice is further hereby given that a public hearing on said budget will be held at 7:30 p.m. o 'clock on the 9th day of September, 1963 at Mt. Vemon Township High School in this School District No. 201. , Dated this 7th day of August, 11963. BOARD OF EDUCATION of School District No. 201, in the county of Jefferson, State of Illinois. BY EDITH CATES Secretary. OPDYKE Visitors In the E. M. Harvey home last week were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zuirnwalt of E. St. Louis and their twin grandsons. Ricky and Randy Donovan and Mr. O. G. Atkinson of Indianapolis spent Saturday night with them. Mr. Atkinson was here to attend the Barren reunion. Don Apgar of Gary, Indiana spent last week with the Irvin Pools. I Mrs. Dana Wiegand, a former resident of Opdyke visited here lone day last week. She had spent the winter with one of her daughters in Calif, and left for Kansas |to another daughter's home. Mr. and Mrs. James Orrison and sons were in Paducah, Ky., over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Harry White and Cindy returned home after taking Be it ordained by the City her mother, Mrs. M. F. Nisler to Council of the City of Mt Vernon, Woodriver. She had spent several Illinois, as follows: weeks with them. Their nephew, SECTION 1. That Section 12 of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burton and Ordinance No. 1064 entitled "An son Junior visited them Sunday Ordinance Relating to Alcoholic afternoon- They are in St. Louis Liquors" as amended by Ordi- today, (Monday) on business, nances No. 1069, 1118, 58-12, 59-15 Kirby Lawless of Chillicothe, 111. and 60-25, be and same is hereby * fo ™}^ teacher in the Opdyke amended to read as follows: High School was a caller in Op- SECTION 12. Opening and **• Sunday dosing u ^jrs. No person, firm or corporation licensed to sell malt or alcoholic liquors shall permit his or its establishment to be open for the sale of such liquors between the hours of 1:00 o'clock a. m. and 6:00 o'clock a. m. of the succeeding or incoming day and each such licensee shall require and have all customers off and out of said premises witnta twenty minutes after such dosing time: said twenty minutes herein provided snau be considered a grace period to allow time after closing for all customers to leave said premises, but all sales or deliveries shall cease at the closing hour above specified; except that no such licensee shall permit his establishment to be open for the sale of such liquors from 1:00 o'dock a. m. on each Saturday night until 6:00 o'clock a. m. on the next following Monday morning; and shall also be dosed on the day of any national, state, county or municipal election, including primary dections, during the hours when polls are open, and shall be dosed all day on Memorial Day and Christmas Day of each year; provided, however, that In the case of restaurants, dubs, hotels and motels which are licensed to sell alcoholic liquors, such establishments may remain open at all hours otherwise allowed by law, but no malt or alcoholic liquors shall be sold or delivered during the dosing hours above specified. That whenever time is referred to in this Ordinance it shall be understood and is hereby enacted that the same shall be consistent with the official time of the City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois, whether same be Standard Time or Daylight Savings Time. The Liquor Control Commissioner of the City of Mt. Vernon and the Police Department of said City are author- feed and directed to investigate violations of this Ordinance and enforce same. "SECTION 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed SECTION 3. This Ordinance shall be in full effect from and after its passage, approval andi publication as required by law. I PASSED by the City Council of the City of Mt. Vemon, Illinois this 5th day of August, 1963. APPROVED by the Mayor of *Ju> City of Mt. Vernon, Illinois Jiis 5th Day of August, 1963. Approved: S/JOHN J. MANION, Mayor. ATTEST: S/PAUL HAYES, Clerk Published in the Mt. Vernon Register-News this 7th day ef August, 1961 Mr. and Mrs. Leeck, Doug and Dale and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hollenback were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Lietz of Mt. Vernon. On the 25th the B. N. C. met in the home of Miss Ema Faas with 11 members and four guests for a potluck dinner at noon. The group | had a surprise visit from a former member, Mrs. Ethel Cooley jof Ogden, 111. After a short business meeting. The hostess had several interesting contests and gifts for each one present. On the following Sunday several of the group had a fish fry at Cave In Rock and last Thursday night the members and husbands enjoyed home made ice cream and cake at the Faas home, honoring the visitor. Janet and Johnny Allen are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Marlow this week. Mrs. Myrtle Koeger of Colorado is visiting in her sister's home, Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Wiseck of .Chicago spent last week in their I home here. Miss Madelyn Kelly is visiting |in Seymour, Wis., with her aunt [and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Haas. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith and sons returned to their home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., after | spending their vacation with her Imother, Mrs. A. Boswell, Jean and other relatives, friends. Mr. and Mrs. F. Korte and' daughter are visiting their aunt, Mrs. Lula Hopkins. The Opdyke Joy Riders 4-H Club went to Salem Park for cook I out lunch at noon. Nine members, leaders and one guest. The afternoon was spent swimming. A joint achievement meeting for the Joy Riders and the Liberty Lassies clubs will be held at the Opdyke grade school on Thursday 22nd of I August at 1:30 o'clock. Miss Karen Richardson and Sue jAnn Putney were in St. Louis Sun|day and toured the Shriners new hospital. Mrs. W. H. Hottensen, Cor. Ousted Prof Gets Post CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — The Rev. Dr. Ralph H. Elliot, dismissed by the Southern Baptist Convention's Midwestern Theological Seminary at Kansas City because of his book, "The Message of Genesis," has taken a , post on the faculty of Crozer |Theological Seminary here, affiliated with the American (Northern) Baptist Convention. COMING SOON John Sr. & John Jr. No 0th «r BMf So Frith Can Bi So NATURALLY Tsndir 200 EXTRA TOP VALUE STAMPS WITH YOUR EGG-BONUS CERTIFICATES In Addition To Your Regular Stamps. 5c Off—Breeze Detergent 22 59c King-size Box $1.37 5c Off Rinso Blue .. 2 £8, 57c Liquid Household Cleaner with Ammonia Handy Andy .... KS 39c Silver Dust Detergent 2 i a „ rx f s 69c Giant Box..81c King-size Box.. $1.37 Kroger selects only U.S. Graded Choice irialn- ted beef for Tenderay . . . places Ihis fin* beef In special rooms where temperature, humidity and air circulation arc regulated to speed up natural tendering action ... to pro- U.S. Choice Tenderay Brand Center Cuts tcct natural Juices and flavor. Kroner guarantees its exclusive Tenderay Brand beef to bo naturally fresh and tender—a claim which no long-aired or artificially tenderized beef can make. KROGER TENDERAY BRAND 2 *1 VALUABLE . COUPON I,1<TiIi K 100 EXTRA 3 TOP VALUE STAMPS wllh the purchase "I » '•Mb. pacluiKO of Thick or Thin Sliced Kwick Krisp Bacon Coupon expires "'tbt, August 10. I'.KKl. , Always fine, lean beef . . . rich-red n color . . . lender in texture . . . with just enough fat for flavor. Ground fresh several times dally. No wonder you get ground beef at Its best . . . and a better value to boot ... at your Kroger store. Fresh, Lean Ground Beef Lb. 69c K Extra Top Valut Stamps I With This Coupon 35 Extra Top Value Stamps—Purchase of 1-Lb. Can Kroger VacPac Coffee 63e BO Extra Top Value Stamps—Purchase of 2-Lb. . Can Kroger Vaerac Coffee $1.19 1 100 Extra Top Value Stamps—Purchase of 8-Lb. ! Can Kroger VacPac Coffee $1.75 i Coupon expires Saturday night, August 10. 1963 U.S. Choice—Tenderay Brand Shoulder Roast.. »> 49c U.S. Choice—Tenderay Brand Chuck Steaks " 49c U.S. Choice—Tenderay Brand Shoulder Steak ... «• 59c Meat Items sold as advertised. U.S. Choice—Tenderay Brand Rib Steaks . *-- ta «*• 89c U.S. Choice—Tenderay Brand—Bonelest Rib Steak - $1.39 U.S. Choice—Tenderay Brand Delmonico Steak "> $1.79 We merre the right to limit, Fresh, Extra Lean Ground Chuck US.Gov't. Inspected—Grade A—Wish Bone Brand - - 9-14 Lb. turkeys Avg. Lb. Hell—6 to 8-lb. arc. —Rcady-To-Eal Picnics Lb. 39c Whiting S£89c Fres-Shore Breaded Shrimp Danish Crown—Canned Sliced Bacon . • Can Heeds no refrigeration. Excellent for outinrs, camping or fishing tripe, er en the pantry shelf for unexpected company. Box 59c 3Lb 59c Rich in Flavor Cup after Cup Now available in 3 size cans Regular, Drip, or Fine Grind Kroger Vac Pac Coffee Kroger Stock Up Now During the Second Big Week of Our COFFEE You MVB 7e ovir two Mb. oant You tavo 14c ovor threa I-lb. cans Plus Extra Top Value Stamps With the Coupon Above Kroger—Smooth or Crunchy Peanut Butter .3 ^ $1.00 3 ££.$1.00 Heifeti—Salind cr Horseradish Mustard 19c Aurora—Pink, White, Yellow, & Lavender Bathroom Tissue 2 29c Kroger—Frozen Corn or Peas 5 VLt 88c Avondale Kidney Beans .... B I Lb. Cans 88c Kroger Pork and Beans .. B 1 Lb. Cans 88c Kroger—WTiole Green Beans 5 303 cans 88c Avondale—Cut Green and Dry Shelled Beans .7 303 cans 88c Kroger Pineapple Juice .. 8 Xo. 211 Cans 88c Kroger Tomato Juice .... 7 No.! Cant 88c K-C Apricot Drink .... 3 46 oz. cans 88c Good Quality Charcoal Lighter . 3 qt. cans 88c Good Quality Lump Charcoal .. > Bag 88c Kroger— Cresjn Style or Whol* Kernel Gold Corn 7 Kroger—Vvliole Kernel White Corn 6 30S cans Kroger 303 cans 303 cans 88c 88c Cherries 5 c3a ° n3s 88c Chunk Pineapple .. 4 ^88c Kroger—Mandarin Orange Sections.. 4 ^ 88c Kroger Catsup 5 88c 4 —SO-oi. bottle* 99c 88c Swans Down —30 -01. bottle* 99e Cake Mixes 3 ^ Banana, Lemon Flake, Orange-Coconut. White, Yellow, Devil* Food, Fudge Coconut, and Choetale Chip Kroger—Sliced Processed. American. Pimento, Swiss, and Sharp American Cheese "Back To School Stationery" Filler Paper 3 8oz - pkgs. 88c TSt 88c Kroger—Froian—French _SiyIe Green Beans .5 mt'. 88c Kroger—Fro ten—Cut ans -28-ox. pkgs 88e Green Beans 5 2& 88c Embassy Salad Dressing Sealteet r Frozen Dessert Gal, 55C Kroger—Frozen Orange Juice 2 82: 49c 12-01. can 49e Prices good through Saturday night, August 10, 1963. i\ot the Small 45 Size Not the Medium 36 Size But the Jumbo 27 Size Cantaloupes "Mix or Match—Froien Dlnnen and Dessert*" Banquef Frozen Dinners Italian, Beef Enchilada, Mexican, Chopped Beef, Chicken, Turkey, Beef, Ham, Haddock, or Salisbury Steak OR Pet Ritz Frozen Cream Pies I 'ocrmm, Lemon, or Chocolate—8" Pie* For "Mix or Match" Kroger Variety Breads Plain or Seeded Italian, Plain or Iced Raisin, Regular, Cracked, or 100% Wheat, Regular, Cottage, or Bismi -rck Rye, Vienna or Buttermilk Bread. iC California Vine Ripe For U.S. No. 1—Wisconsin—Green Cabbage H <.« 15c Fancy—New York Green Beans 4> Lbs. *>9C U.S. No. 1 Green Peppers 3 *„, 14c Fancy, Golden, Home Grown Sweet Corn U.S. No. 1—Home Grown—Missouri Watermelons... E « h 69c U.S. No. 1—Jumbo 8 Sue—New York—Hip* Honeydews ^ 69c U.S. No. 1—Louisiana Sweet Potatoes 3 Lb.. 29c > Dozen 49c Summer Fresh Fruits New Crop—Fresh, Michigan Blueberries 3 F „. 89c U.S. No. 1—Thompson, Seedle.s Grapes „... Lb. 29c U.S. No. 1—Cardinal Red Grapes U.S. No. 1—LeGrand Nectarines.. Clip the Coupons for Extra Top Value Stamps K 50 EXTRA 4 TOP VALUE STAMPS Kfa with this coupon and the i p£] purchase of 2 large heads of | Iceberg Lettuce at 2 htadt 3Se Coupon expire* 8«t. night, August 10. 1963. I COUPONS K 60 EXTRA 2 TOP TALUK STAMP8 w. coupon & purchase either Bon Ami Jet Spray or Bon Ami Dust 'n Max, U'Jc ea. 100 Extra Top Value Stamps with this coupon and the purchase of both Ban Ami Spray & Ban Ami Dust 'n Wax. Coupon expire* Sat. nlglit._Aiig. 10. JOG3. OPEN TILL 9:00 P.M. EVERY NIGHT I

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