Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 3
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June 23, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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THURSDAY, JUNE 23,1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Resignation Approved Alton town board Monday night approved the resignation of Thomas E. May as a Justice of the peace, directing that it be transmitted to the county clerk, Miss Eulalia Hotz. But It deferred making any'endorse- ment as to filling the vacancy. Justice May. who was present and spoke briefly, asked to be relieved from office as of July 1. explaining that his condition of health makes it inadvisable for him to continue. His second term In office would have continued to next April. Town Attorney Kenneth F. Kelly advised the board that, under opinions of the attorney general as to statutory provisions, May's resignation must be made to the county clerk, and suggested it be forwarded with the board's approval. Kelly also advised that since the vacancy to be created by May's resignation is one of less than a year, any appointment to fill the vacancy must be made by the Board of Supervisors. He suggested that the board might, if it chose, make a recommendation to the county body as to an appointment. Presented to the board was a written application by Fred C. Swain for appointment to fill the coming vacancy. Some members questioned whether there was need to fill the nine-month vacancy. It also was suggested that any action prior to effective date of the May resignation, and its county approval, would be premature. Voted was to defer any action as to a successor to Justice May until the next board meet ing July 13, leaving open an opportunity for any applicant.* for appointment to be heard at that time. Supervisor Stephen Kennedy said cost to the town If the justice vacancy is filled will be 5120—the amount provided over nine months to each justice for office expenses. Alton justices besides May are Harold Beneze, George M. Berry, Earl Manns, and Paul F. Schreiber. By resolutions, the board took the customary annual action to authorize issuance of anticipation warrants against forthcoming taxes as may be required in financing the township in the current fiscal year. Kennedy and Mayor P. W. Day as board chairman were authorized to sign the warrants which apply to -the relief, town, and municipal retirement funds. • Under a new monthly reporting plan, Kennedy tendered the board members a first month- end statement showing appropriations in all town funds, expenditures to date, and unexpended balances. Last night's report covered two months, so that the system will refer back to the April 1 start of the present fiscal period. Claims approved last night for payment totaled $13,636 from the general assistance fund, and $6,158 from the town fund. The two figures were larger than usual because disbursements included $9.652 from the general assistance fund, and $4,677 from the town fund to retire remaining anticipation warrants from last year. Fast-Moving Burglar Now On FBI List WASHINGTON CAP) — A fast- moving burglar who has operated coast-to-coast, specializing in well- to-do homes, today was put on the FBI's list of "10 most wanted men." He is 42-year-old Richard Peter Wagner, of many aliases, who escaped from the Federal Correctional Institution at Sandstone, Minn., lastTtee. 17. Wagner was listed among the "most wanted" as a replacement for Edward Reiley, wanted for bank robbery at Logansport, Ind., and caught by the sheriff's iffice near Rockford, 111., on May 24. Geneva Swedes Celebrate 'Swedish Days 9 GENEVA. 111. ff - Swedes of he Geneva area brought a touch of Sweden to northern Illinois today. The annual "Swedish Days" celebration, coinciding with the traditional start-of-summer fes- The City of Shreveport, La., was named for Henry Shreve, a designer of passenger - cargo boats. CHARCOAL 5 POUND BAGS! 3-89< With Gas Purpose GOLDEN RULE - FINA - •OOHIY, lit OM MU* North of Alto* w twit 47 , *ffl run fltraugh Saturday. Citizens and dignitaries don* mft Swedish eORturite*. Swedish flags, with their yellow crow, on blue, decorated the town. The public library exhibited Swedish art, literature, heirlooms and handicrafts. And the restaurants are serving Swedish cooking, including llngonberry pancakes, meatballs and herring and boiled potatoes. the festival includes carnival rltiJM, A Asf show, doll parade and musical events. An art festival on the Kane County Courthouse" lawn includes works from 20* to 300 exhibitors. John Jay, Chief Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court, ruled that "sovereignty rested In the people and not In the state." This ruling led to the adoption of the llth Amendment of the Constitution. Crmcds Wait For Johnston's CloseoutSale Ignoring Hie prospect of unfavorable weather hundreds stood in line at the M. K. Johnston Hardware store at W. Broadway and State Street before it opened this morning for its closing-out sale. The sale opened at <t i.ih. The sale win continue until all of the merchandise is sold. After me closing the building, that nooses the hardware business, will be torn down to'make way for a downtown parking lot. The property was purchased by the Alton Downtown Parking, Inc., which was formed by downtown business men and property own* era. and will be known as Park and Shop Lot No. 2. Some shoppers double parked store, 'so they could be among the first toenter the store thit morning. PHBPBS shopping tor their htrddwiri weds hro^ to wait at th< cWck (flit <30U/ittu with 50 to 75 persons in line. National Sales Co., a company that Handles closing out sales, told a Tetegmph reporter that me salt has exceeded ail « pectations in the first day. SOUND OMWT To k«tp 1+ found tend your aeeounfi TO > »*• RETAILERS OOUEOTNM A howitter IS a short, light caiman far hlgh^uigle fire. 104 W. Third St. ALTON HO 5-8851 Regular $3 Handbags 2.22 Straws trimmed with shells, beads, flowers. Posies grow gaily protected under clear vinyl Ladies 9 Summer Blouses Values 1 QQ to 3.99 J-.77 Several styles in sleeveless, short sleeve or roll-up sleeves. Easy care fabrics in sizes 30 - 38. Famous Brand Name Swim Suits Values to 19.95 Terrific savings possible. Many styles in sizes 1Q to 16. Hurry for best selection. Special Croup Ladies 9 Summer Sportswear 20% OFF Mix and match sportswear, includes jackets, skirts, blouses, Bermudas, and Slim Jims, in sizes 7 to 15. Spoitsweai—Maia Float SPRING, SUMMER DRESS CLEARANCE Values to $8.98 Values to $12.98 Values to $14.98 Outstanding , groups of dresses taken from our regular stock. Famous fashions that sold for much more. Fashions—Second Floor ANNUAL SALE SALESMAN'S SAMPLE SUMMER JEWELRY Values $2 to$15 ~/*% PRICE Save y» price on every piece you purchase. The largest selection you've ever seen. Choose bibs, bracelets, earrings and pins in matching ensembles. Buy now for those gifts ahead. /ewe/ry—Main Floor • Red • Black • Chino A •Navy • Multi.color Candy Strip* PRETTY SHOES ALL IN A ROW Completely Washable These are only a few of our large selection of summer casuals. So hurry for your best selection. Shoes—Main Floor Regular 3.99 2.77 SPECIAL GROUP Choose beads, semiprecious stones or tailored gold and silver finishes in matching sets. Values to $2 66c WASH 'N' WEAR FABRIC SALE Values to 1.69 Yd. Values to 79c Yd. C YD. 47 C YD. Taken from our own regular strx?ks, reduced from as much as 1.69 for this sale. Solids, stripes, floral, and multi- colors. Every inch perfect. Fabrics—Thud Floor FINE QUALITY LINENS TERRIFIC SAVINGS POSSIBLE! RESTOCK YOUR COMPLETE LINEN CLOSET AT THESE LOW PRICES BARBECUE ENSEMBLE Tablecloth, 52x85 Keg. 4.99 Pert- Covers Reg. $1 Mixer Covers Reg. $1 Mitts Reg. 79c Towels Reg. 69c Pot Holders Reg. 39c Toaster Covers Reg. 69c: Scurt.t, 10x36 Keg. l.b!) Scarf.-, l.j.\4o Kt-g. l.U-J RAYON SCARFS 14x36 Reg. $1 5»e Hvi:> Keg. i.;iy 7«c VANITIES Reg. 1.29 titte luxl4 Reg. 49c 3Uc 15x36 Keg. 1.50 80c ) 5x45 Reg. 1.69 1.00 15x52 Reg. 1.89 1.10 J5x63 Reg. 1.99 1.20 RAYON DOILIES 10x14 Reg. 59c 2«c 12x18 Reg. 79c 38c 14x24 Reg. 89c 4ttc 15" Square. Reg. 79c 30c 12" Squaie. Reg. 5Uc 8ttc LINEN TABLE CLOTHS 2.00 52" Reg. 3.99 8.88 6Bc 54x72 Reg. 5.99., 3.00 ««c 63x86 Reg. 8.99 4.08 H9c 63x108 Reg. 9.98 S.08 8ttu MATCHING NAPKINS Reg. 69c 8To £ RAYON T;ABLE CLOTHS 99c 52" Reg 3.99 1.80 1.00 52x70 Reg. 3.99 2.00 68 Round. Reg. 6.98 6.00 60x90 Reg. 7.08 4.88 60x108 Reg. 8.99 7.00 MATCHING NAPKINS. Reg. 49c 1...SJ0 LINEN GUEST TOWELS Reg. 59c S for II TERRY KITCHEN TOWELS Reg. 89c * for ft TABLE MATS 12x18 Reg. $1 «1e PILLOW CASES Reg. 199 llwl.W Second Floor T

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