Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 21, 1960 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 21, 1960
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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 19BO ALTON EVKNINtJ shampoo phis on T <* JERSEYVILLE GODFREY Montitello V\ar» Shopplnc Center WOOD RIVER EAST ALTON 40! !M. l/Hlls and Smith Avc. rUnton 487 1 1 HOw 11 Hi «-»4nfl LADIU WHO IIW! StSfc OtR SUMMER FABRICS CLEARANCE TREMENDOUS FABRIC BARGAINS Numbering Began in 77 3,000th Ordinance in 82 Years Due Soon in Council m VotW «" 1lM«t Chamttmr • V«IM« t5 *e Percalei Me Vmtm 71" ftykm N«~«k V«l., all oiler.. Me Vato M" ttflitNMM* CottOm Me ViMt M" Cretoime Draptry lty.FRKt)Ktttr P. NORTON City Kdltnr When City Council ne.xl meets it likely will have before It the 3,000th ordinance introduced within a spnn of 82 years. At Rests that numberinn of <hr ordinances begun after the city surrendered its ueneial i-hmlrr and went under general IHW in 1877-78. [>H«*ed hy the former common council or city council are not re-pealed unless the same be rcpuRnant to the provisions of thi« ordinance." Apparently, after the new code was in effect, jreneral ordinances ol prior date were no longer pre- s'Tveri having been completely •nipplftnted. Retained, it ap- l<OHtv. \vrrr the originals only ol certain special ordinances >r measure* of imfx»rtancp un- displaced hy the revised ordi- tmncp liook. Yd. Likely the SIX) were thosr en- that's the estimate of Cityjacted in the first 30 years after (Clerk Paul A. Price who hasjthe form of city Incorporation IWOMA* SMOKKR LNiHTft !custody of the city's official rec-juas changed. - \-p mm fcqi Al, RIOMTS 'lords. ; Clerk Price said he has hut, A I^ndun office clerk has re " Unbleached •> $ I 90" tntyeached A * f WydK. I AHBKTINft ... at yd*.. I MUSLIN After last Wednesday's Council meeting, when Ordinance I \'l. 999 was introduced. Price was few of the original ordinances< vo lted agninsl the tahoo which prior to 1908 In his files. 'prevents women from smoking 2000 HALF YARD OOTTON REMNANTS Prints and tolidg for children'* Mouses, i nklrtft, short*, aim for quilt* and apron* I asked how many years back the| | v j s f ount ) | n t nr The reason for this apparent^ln the- office at their desks while Me Value Drip Dry SPORT DENIM Mix *n Mutch Me Value Uashalile, 45" Butcher Lintn nrinic>*.R«.Mi,ni WOOD RIVER Optn Friday Tin Mint P.M. — WOOD RIVER 11 number system applied to ordinances. He replied that most of the original ordinances on file in his office are numbered from 800 k ; on. and date back to 1908 when *'a complete revision of the city '. ordinance code was made by Attorney J. H. Yager, effective of March :H. 1909. This would mean a grist of 2.1MMI ordinances has been subject of Council ai-tion in the 1 last 52 years. .lust why consecutive numbering of city ordinances was resumed with No. 8IK) in 1908-09 is unclear. But. Clerk Price sug' or*j men smoke away freely. Th>' dinance code adopted during thelrebel. 37-year-old Miss Freda administration of Mayor Kd- Cai'tlidgc. has found her mle a mond Beall. That TSS-page 1 lonely one. with no support from code contained a complete re- the other women. But she's vision of the ordinances, and. adamant. "I'll smoke when I in an appendix, Includes a num- ; wish or I'll quit." she lumes. U-r of special ordinances per- "The other girls are just afraid (dining to franchises, special of their jobs." Her superior* grants, and street vacations. are uncomfortably figuring oui The enacting section of the the ncxl more. 1908-09 revision ordinance': states: "All public or general; ordinances, or parts thereof included in this ordinance nre hereby repealed insofar as they contravene or conflict with'the provisions of this ordinance. . . . Special private ordinances "We arc all mean when it. oiiii'v in gmrkiiiK." siiid Bril- ain's Minister <>f Transport. Krm-st Marplf!-. "M> wife «i>t's 'round in small circle-, tiyinn ,•) avoid paying sixpence a) a nrUina meter." TRADE-IN YOUR OLD FURNITURE THIS MONTH! II Our furniture exchange store is cleaned out. People furnishing summer cottages are clamoring for good used furniture..... SELECT YOUR NEW FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE NEEDS TONITE, WE'LL OFFER YOU MORE FOR YOUR OLD FURNITURE THAN YOJI EVER DREAMfP QF! NO MONEY DOWN! (in most eases your old furniture trade-in allowance will cover the down payment MO EAST SROAOWAY OPEN FRL MITE TILL NINE PLENTY OF FREE MIKING AT REAI OF STORE SPECIAL '•INTRODUCTORY OFFER' on • *l NEW ipana i with MIRACLE ( HEXMHIOROPHENE! OFF I 69* SIZE I 12* i OFF ' " 12 Glycerin Suppositories SAVE 51* HELENS CURTIS o hair spray t , \ 1 Infant's or Adult's Type Reg. 33c . . Box SO IRVIN S. COBB CIGARS J89 Heinz Reg. 13c Jar BABY FOOD $400 for available in 3 types NORMAL., DRV, OILY ^mGAME «f ThTlHKffAl« ?o LAWN CROQUET* CROQUET SET ^SS For 4 Reg. 6.95 We have em WATCH BANDS All styles and sizes for' every member of the family! $1.00 ... $1.50 ... and $2.00. Eiacl riplaumtoU f*r FWBSTCLOX ... ill watcDM A<virtlii< BUT NOW AND SAVE AT REESE'S SHAVIMG CREAM OFFER SINCE 1923 - PALMOLIVE • $ 7a « %«ft«* * 79 (Mtuut gi Mtnlhol) SCHKK M __» SAFETY RAZOR'1.00 WITH 8 tiAOfi f ^ TOTAL VALUE 1.79* CRACKER JACK Requlor 10c That's the principle our Pharmacists nork by. That's why only the/iM/ drugs are used by Walgreens . . . why our shelves are care, fully, regularly checked' to keep drug itockt always frtih ... because only the best will do! firing your Doctor'* prescription to Walgreens with complete confidence. BUY 59« SIZE VITALIS* f- FREE PRESCRIPTIONS ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF OUR lUSINEIS

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