Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 3
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June 26, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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1 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1963 ALL ASHORE! OMAHA, June 25 — ALL ASHORE! A herd of yearling steers tromp down a chute to a waiting truck today after a 1,400-milc trip up the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Plans Told For Scouts 9 New Lodge ~ Preliminary plans of a new lodge for Camp Warren Levis were shown to executive board members of the Piasa Bird Council, Boy Scouts of America, Tuesday night at a meeting of the camp. The $50,000 received from the sale of the wastepaper collection, formerly operated hy the council, will be used to construct the new odge, which will seat some 250 jersons. The new lodge will have two evels, the lower used for storage uid the upper floor will contain a arge dining hall, trading post, of- ice, sleeping quarters for the camp director, kitchen, small storage area, and restrooms. It will be located east of the iresent facility. Construction will segin following the camping sea- on this summer. The old lodge vill then be torn down. The board approved closing the Boy Scout office on Saturday nornings during July and August. PAGE THREE Constitutional Amendment Debate Tonight Draws National Attention Legal Minds Of Area to Weigh Issue The nation's first large-scale debate on three controversial proposed amendments to the U.S. Constitution will be held in Madison County tonight and nationwide interest has been focused on the area. The debate, with attend- River-Barge Cattle 'Drive' Big Success ance limited to lawyers and the press, will be held at 8 p.m. at the Holiday Inn near Edwardsville. It is sponsored by the Madison County Bar Assn. Florida Supreme Court Justice Millard F. Caldwell will speak in favor of the three amendments. Arthur J. Freund, St. Louis lawyer, will speak against the amendments. Freund is a member of the St. Louis Bar Assn., which has come out against the amendments. Dick H. Mudge Jr., Madison County state's attorney and president of the county bar group, said the debate was scheduled after a speech by U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren last month calling for a "great national debate" on the amendments. First Time "To our knowledge," he said, "this is the first time a bar association or any group has ;.c- tually held a formal debate on the matter. Warren has asked bar associations, in particular, to do this and we think it is of utmost importance that we comply. Both the Missouri and Illinois legislatures have come out with resolutions supporting some of the states rights proposals. The Missouri legislators have given support to the proposed amendment which would t a k e\ the amending of the Constitution. away from the federal court all The amendment dealing with leg- jurisdiction over state legislative isla(ivc apportionment also seems: apportionment, and a second pro- to have 1a . slln| !' . chanre of " ninin " F I approval in Illinois. posal to change the mending I other states have also made process of the U.S. Constituion. resolutions asking the U.S. Con- A third proposed amendment setting up "a super Supreme Court" composed of the 50 state chief justices with the power to overrule the U.S. Supreme Court in cases involving federal-slate relationship, was killed in Missouri. Informed sources in Illinois say it has little chance of gaining approval there. The Illinois Legislature has approved the resolution dealing with rase la f er had effect in reappor- tionimr the Georgia Legislature. There has been considerable concern in southern states over the Supreme Court ruling. Other state legislatures have supported reso gress to act on the proposed Millions favoring the adoption of this states right amendment. amendments. Were Recommended ; The amendments stem from a recommendation made in Decem- her at the Conference of State Governments in Chicago. The first proposed amendment! , ,. ... , , .. dealing with state reapportionment stems from the celebrated ' C(ir Scat Dr. Peter McFarlane, 421 E. 12th st .. told police this morning ! , , , . , , , someone had spattered broken ' eggs °" lhe front seat and floor U.S. Supreme Court decision iii!°f h' s automobile, parked in front the Baker vs. Brown case. Thisjof his home during the night. The "cattle drive" by barge u (he Mississippi and Missouri ri\ ers ended successfully Tumla when the 1,000 steers of Ger'ali Harrison of Houston, Tex., wer delivered at Omaha Neb. Harrison's cattle made a 1,400 mile trip from Greenville, Miss to Omaha on an old automobil barge converted into a feedlot The idea was intended to solv the problem of transporting th animals without their losing weight, a difficulty since the day: of the overland cattle drives. Fat tening them is expensive. Cattle lose weight when they ar< transported by truck or train which is the usual method o. shipping them, Harrison said, anc often become bruised in transit The smooth river trip got the cattle to Omaha without any los. of weight, and they may have even gained a few pounds. Aboard the barge the cattle ate an average of 28 pounds of feed a day. Harrison estimated he saved enough on freight to haul northern corn back to his herds. He has ranches in Mississippi and Arkansas. A thousand residents of Omalu. turned out to greet the arrival of the barge, "herded" upstream by a tow boat. In the last few years, commercial shipments on the Missouri river have been increasing, but this was the first instance of shipping cattle on either river. Harrison said he planned two more river shipments of catt!» this year, one in August arid the other in September. Both cattle men and rivermen are exuberant over the success of the venture, it was reported. Vocal Duel to Be Sung With Municipal Baud Martha Reinhardt and Sig Reid will sing a vocal duet from the Sound of Music entitled "Do Re Mi" Thursday and Sunday at the Alton Municipal Band concerts. The concerts will be at 8 p.m., in Riverviow Park on Thursday :md in Rock Spring Park on Sunday. Also on the program is the folowing: March, "Washington 1 Grays" by rafulla; suite, "Mardi Gras" by Grofe; a novelty, "China Doll," by Anderson; a concert piece, "Wagner Showcase," a trombone trio, 'Three Slippery Gentlemen," by Walters, featuring Boyd La Marsh, Richard Bengel and Lee Vellum. The novelty, "Happy Wanderer;" the concert march, "March if the Spanish Soldiery" by Smut- ky; the popular tune "Stardust" >y Hoagy Carmichael; the march, 'March of the Leathernecks" by lould; a tango, "Carmellita" by 'aith; and the march, "Burst of "lame," by Bowles. EFFECTIVE JULY 1, '63 THE STATE OF ILLINOIS REQUIRES THAT UNINSURED MOTORIST PROTECTION BE'OFFER- ED WITH AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE! YOU!! ALREADY HAVE THIS PROTECTION IF YOU PURCHASED LIABILITY COVERAGE UNDER OUR GOLDEN KEY POLICY! JERRY LAMAR East Alton- Wood River DF*t*. ""*•*•<» MO-?; ••-!<•• - , x" :>\..\»Vs v*%T$SS!a«^_ *~O BANG-UP BARGAINS Phone 251-9032 Until the income tax was im- x>scd 50 years ago, customs uties accounted for more than alf the federal revenue. MILLERS' MUTUAL W OF ILLINOIS INSURANCE AUTO • HOME BUSINESS SPECTACULAR SAVINGS OF UP TO 64% ON FAMOUS B.V.D. BRAND SPORTSWEAR REGULAR UP TO 6.98 VALUES 104 W. THIRD ST. 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