Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 1, 1963 · Page 3
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Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, June 1, 1963
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SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THKKfc SEARS ROF.BUCK AND r,<> "^••^ Dynamite DOLLAR DAY MONDAY ONLY Pistol-typo Hose Nozzles Reg. 1.49 $1 All-purpose Spar Varnish—Durable Keg. 1.09 Qt. $1 Squeeze for any spray! Locks.. Excellent for inside, outside and resels with a flick of the use. Odorless, dries fast. finger. Resists corrosion. Extra cleiir, has high Bloss. Powerful 2-Cell Flashlights Keg. 1.69 . Throw!, 2300-rt. beam. Chrome-plated ribbed case is exceptionally strong. Set of 12 Large Glass Tumblers Sears Price !)>/ 2 -oz. tumblers make Ideal water or mills glasses. Smartly decorttted in three colors. Cleaner Bags for Almost Every Make Pl«gH. $1 Soft and Buoyant Foam Pillows Soars Price Sizes to fit over 100 models. Long lastinK. non-Hllersenic 4 10 10 per pack depending on pillow filled wllh shredded model. Sanitized. Stock-up! polyuretliane. 17x23 in. Women's Elastic Leg Briefs 3 Ultra Sheer Nylons Seamless Style for Reg. 79c Pr. pairs Soft. fine quality Sizes 32-44. . . , Sheer .seamless nylons in fash- rayon foriufs. jo,,. right shades. Reinforced heel and loe. Sixes ft to lO'/z. Ice Cube Trays 2 - *1 Flexible plastic. Holds 12 Individual cubes. Unbreakable. Men's and Women's Sunglasses ^^ pands 2ior*l White Rayon Knit BiH-man wrap- Reg. 1.48 A aroundb have f<T ; 77 lenses. Use these PUIKMS alone or Gel a spare to with draperies. Easy to cm. the.- Blare. wash. 81 in. Reg. 1.49 Tots' Deck Sets, sixe 2-fix $J Reg. 90c Men's Underwear 2 r ° r $1 RCR. 89c yd. Summer Cottons 3 >' dSl $1 Reft. 45c yd. Drill Fabric 3 yds. $1 Special Boys' Denim Jeans $1 Special Women's Baby Doll PJs $1 13x48 111. Door Mirror $1 Women's and Girls' Walking Shorts, Blouses, Knit tops, Sleveless Shirts Sears Roebuck and Co. S09Plasa ALTON Phone HO 5-5511 137 Given Diplomas At Roxana ROXANA — Miss Janet Sticht. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stichf of 550 VV. Brushy Grove, Wow! River, was named valedictorian of the Roxana High school graduating class at tho commencement program Friday evening at the school. Miss Nancy Robcy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman T. Robey of 'Id Forest, Rosewood Heights, was named snlutalorian. Kenneth Floyd was presented (he Florence Dinwiddie scholar- shit, award and Janet Sticht was .-warded the Edyth Albright scholarship award, with Drexine McGill as alternate. Teacher education scholarships wer« given Donna Bockholdt, Janet Dycus, Drexine McGill, Janet Sticht and Darl Walker. The Illinois State Scholarships worn given to Drexine McGill, Terry Slinsky and Janet Stkhl and the special education scholarships were given to Judy Bernard and Nancy Robey. Mrs. LeRoy Dalhaus played a fifteen minute organ concert prior to the commencement exercises and also played the processional nwrdi "Pomp and Circumstance." Bill Belt, class president, spoke on behalf of the class of 1363 and the chorus, directed by Max Syl'ert, sang. Kr-nneth Floyd, president of the student council, introduced two stiKwnt speakers, Miss Janet Stichi and Miss Nancy Robey. Principal Robert Kissack presented the class and Ihe awards and Jack Willis of the Roxana School Board presented diplomas to the 137 graduates. The invocation and benerliction were pronounced by ihe Rev. Bob Jones, pastor of Bethel Free-will Baptist Church of South Roxana. TWINS AMONG GRADUATES Three of the four sets of twins were Sparks, Troy Patton and Margaret Wil- graduated from Roxana High School son. Keith and Kenneth King were not Friday night. From left, Roy Patton, present when photo was made. Jeanne Wilson, Reggie and Peggie Leland Kennedy Says: Reasons Faulty in Push for State Ban of Death Penalty Dows Water Rate Case Under Advisement Litigation in thr Alton Water Co. case WHS taken under ad- vis-i,.cut Friday in Jersey Counts 1 Circuit Court, whore flip water company IIHS tiled an appeal from an Illinois Commerce Commission cuhntj Judee Howard Lee White gavcj a H'vup of water company eus- tomi rs until Juno 12 to file written briefs in the case, and the: wntei company was given until June 2-1 to file written briefs. Thr customers had asked the con it IP dismiss a temporary injunction preventing them from] pressing their case in Madison j Cour.ty courts, and to transfer •he case from Jersey County to Madison County courts. Tur water company appealed in; Jersey County the ICC ruling wind granted a 23 per cent in-! crease in water rates earlier this] year, after Ihe company had ask-.'d for a 41 per cent hike. The customers, who arc objecting to the increase filed their appeal inj the Madison County courts the| nexi day. Judge White later granted a| wat'T company bid to keep the oh-1 jeclors Irom continuing their ac-j tioii in Madison County. SUNDAY SPECIALS Slate Suspends Driver Permits Of 3 in Area T.'iree area motorists driver's licenses have been suspended, Charles F. Carpentler, Secretary of State announced today. Car! H. Narup, Fruit land Ave., Godfrey; Parker P. Powell Jr., (i Washington Place, Edwards- villa; and Vondell F. Sackman, 1263 State St., Alton, were under suspensions of two months after being convicted of three traffic violations, Carpentier said. Randolph M. Lindblad, 616 Forest Place, Alton was issued a probationary driver's permit. Tony Martin Is 111 With Virus Infection LAS VEGAS. Nev. (AP)—Singer Tony Martin won't, appear in his act at the Riviera Hotel tonight because of a virus infection. George Gobel will fill in as he did Friday night, a hotel spokesman said. Comic Joe E. Lewis substituted for Martin Thursday when the singer first became ill. ABIDJAN — An Ivory Coast buyer of animal feeds recently asked for three tons as a sample. BY STATE REP. LELAND KENNEDY In the 1920's, Clarence Darrow's defense of Leopold and Loeb made capital punishment a burning issue, not only in Illinois but throughout he Unified Now, 40 years later, of the death penal' their biennial effort in the Gen- Lately we have heard a groat indeed it lias taken place? ; deal about "rehabilitation" of con-j All-in-all, very few people aroj victed murderers. I do say that '. ever executed in Illinois anymore.' it is impossible to rehabilitate and when they are. it is only at-; such a person, but I do say that!tor every possible appeal and de- i I would be unwilling to release!vice has been exhausted, and when! him in society on someone else's'there is no reasonable doubt of By Military Over World The Armed Services itted States. opinion that he is "rehabilitated." iguill. In the end. the governor: |im) ' Q 0 ,. man shepherd dogs f iater, opponents N ° °' le can ever be certain. j himself must be convinced that spr|] ,. 1(v scl . vk . e at military c Ity are making And if he is not returned to ( the court's decision was just. . fpnsp - j|ps (hroughou , , he xvor | jeral Assembly to place a six-year j moratorium on executions of Illi-1 jnois criminals. ; ] The ban would not apply toj hired assassins or to murderers ol policemen. I am sure this bill is being offered in complete good faith by society, what has been the pur-i I think pose of his "rehabilitation." if!death penalty. should keep t h e TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ... All insuranct Is NOT the same. If you own a CAR, a HOME or a BUSINESS, it pays to check with Millers' Mutual before you renew your present policy. Phone today to find out how you can receive MORE PROTECTION AT A LOWER COST. No Membership Fee Jerry Gould Office HO 5-5551 After men who sincerely believe capital punishment should be outlawed. But 1 am opposed to it, for in my judgment their reasoning is faulty. Who Gets Most Mercy? I am greatly concerned that under this bill the murderer of a child will get more mercy than the murderer of a policeman. Is the death of a policeman more tragic than that of a child? For that matter, is the death of anyone near and dear to you or me less important than the death of a policeman? In the name of common sense, I say it is not. In the case of a killing, where there is no doubt of guilt, the question of who has been killed is not germane. The point is that someone has died at the hands of another. Backers of the bill say that the threat of the death penalty is no deterrent to crime. I submit that this is impossible to prove one way or another. I happen to believe that it is a deterrent, but one fact is certain: Illinois crime rales over the next six years, whether they go up or down, will not "prove" that the threat of .,„-.! • o • , ^ execution deters crime or that iti are Marie Britts, secretary-treasurer; Randy Baker, points of interest in Soviet Georgia does not, regardless of whether' vice president; and Don Morrison, new president. 'and other pat'ts of the^Caucasus.' this bill becomes law. .- ' ' Wliut Purpose? I therefore Ihink it might be wise lo ask, what is the purpose of a six-year moratorium? Apparently, it is to pave the way for permanent abolition of capital punishment in this stale. TROPHY CASE IN USE Student council of Marquette High school built a trophy case in memory of John Keshner, football player who died during the season. John McConnell, outgoing vice president, places one of the school trophies in to see-ho\v it will look when filled. Newly- !"Castro plans to familiarize him- elected officers of the student council for the new year jself in the next few days with urgently for de- world, R to officials at Granite City Army Depot headquarters. T'ie U.S. Army is responsible.! lor obtaining these dogs, either by | urchase or donation, for allj I of the Armed Services. To be ac-i jceplnble the dogs must be purej ibre-t German Shepherd, with orj i \\ithimi registration. Tin dogs may be of any color, of either sex. but only spayed lemnles are acceptable. Theyj mur-.t be from one to three years | |of age. with minimum shoulder j ' height of 23 inches and a mini- j mum weight of GO pounds. Dogs accepted by the Army must be physically and mentally sound, alert, aggressive and vigorous. Persons interested in offering theii dogs for sale or donation to the Army are urged to get in touch with the Army Animal Procurement Office, Lackland Air Force Base. Texas, for further information. Khrushchev, Castro Tour Georgia Capital MOSCOW (API—Premier Khrushchev and visiting Cuban Prime j Minister Fidel Castro left their holiday retreat on the Black Sea today and flew to the Soviet Georgia capital of Tiflis, Tass reported. The Soviet news agency said i 5 p.m. 2-952C MILLERS 1 MUTUAL OF ILLINOIS N8URANCE AUTO • HOME BUSINESS Father Wright to Be Speaker for St. Mary's Grads Father Patrick Wright, director of Education for the Springfield Diocese, will be the features speaker at the St. Mary's grade school's graduation ceremonies at 8 p.m. Sunday, The 50 graduates will be given diplomas at the exercises which will be held in St. Mary's Catholic church. The graduating class wjll also attend the 8:30 Sunday morning mass and a breakfast which follows the mass. Awards will be presented at this time. Bank to Invest ATHENS - Greece's National Bank will start an investment and development company. __ i FINANCING ... to watch an experienced glass artisan at work hand engraving glassware on Sunday, June 2nd FREE ENGRAVING OF ANY THREE INITIALS ON GLASSES YOU PURCHASE! 9 ounce Highball 25 11 ounce Collins , , . , ,29 15 ounce Cooler , , , , .39 16 ounce Tankard, . , , . .79 also available /or initialing; 8 inch Ashtray . , . , .79 Other Styles ol Initials Are Available. OPEN SUNDAY 1 P.M. TO 5 P.M. EASTGATE PLAZA VIT.T. \\'e Aiv Using LIN BEY GLASSWARE a division of fMvns-lllinois JUNE 2-1-5 P.M. ONLY! GULF SUPREME-SAE 20 or 30 MOTOR 1IL . 2-GAL. CAN LIMIT ONE PRINTS AND MATCHING PLAINS Crease Resistant—10 to 25 Yds, Lg., 45" wi Yard Goods Remnants CHILDREN'S ALUMINUM CHAISE $ LOUNGE Just Like Mom and Dad's 10-6-4 GUARANTEED ANALYSIS PLANT $161 FOOD 50 LB. 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