Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
Page 20
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AtfON feVETWG TELEGtUfM MONt>A¥, 1, 1963 • PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY, JULY 6. OPEN FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. CLOSED ULY4* CHICKENS PINE FOR BAR-B-Q's Ground Chuck - 69 Pennant Thick Sliced BACON 2-79 Pork Steak - 39 Holidiiy Fnvorltc Wieners 2 ^ALBY^.TAIton's finest OPEh' FRIDAYS TILL 9 P.M. SHURFRESH Crackers LB, Potato Chips " 49 C Kraft's Jet Puffed _ Marshmallows 2 *** 49° S PLASTIC COATED Paper Plates - 39 C ! REYNOLDS FOIL . . 2 3 S'49c ! FRESH SLICING TOMATOES . . . Lb. LARGE Watermelons LEMONS DO, 29c Large Jumbo Size CANTALOUPES 3 for 79C RADISHES or GREEN ONIONS Buncli 5c AG Reg. SOo MUJ lieulcnion Frozen LEMONADE , , . ti-oz. cans 18 C HI-C ORANGE . , 3 ' ; 95c Food King SALAD DRESSING , . , 39c Hunt's Family Size CATSUP .... 4 ££'140 • Always Sweet and Fresh LAND-0-LAKES BUTTER Congress Preparing for Long Session By WILLIAM P. AtUJOOAST WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress completed the first six months of what may be a yearlong session by taking a week off for Independence Day flag-Waving and oratory. After a half year of sporadic labors, it has little to show except a stack of unfinished • business. The official "status of major legislation" reads like the line score of the Washington Senators in an American League baseball game. It lists the enactment of four public laws, one extending the draft law, one authorizing procurement of aircraft, missiles and naval vessels, and two appropriation bills, The seeming snail's pace does not appear to alarm congressional leaders. Rep. Hale Boggs of Louisiana, the Democratic House whip, summed up their sentiment with these words: "We've got pretty much done find we're going to do lots more. The year is only half gone. We are paid for a year's work and we can slay here all year if we have to." 'Congress might do jusl that if some of the big bills jelling in committees are to be considered. Members already are talking about a long recess over Labor Day. They are resigned to a long session. There is no certainty now that a tax revision bill requested by President Kennedy will be passed this year by the House. It has become entangled with the President's broad civil rights program which is overshadowing everything else on Capitol Hill. Because of the prospects for a long and bitter fight over both taxes and civil rights, leaders may concentrate during the next few months on disposing of the necessary appropriation bills and some relatively non-controversial measures. NLRB Rejects Appeal From Union Election WASHINGTON (AP) - The National Labor Relations Board by a 3-2 vote refused today to set aside a union representation election on the complaint the losers vere refused the right to elec- ioneer during the lunch hour. The winning union had been given hat right, but the NLRB majori- y held that the losers were given -ther opportunities to campaign, and that the employer had main- ained neutrality in the election. Don't wait a minute more the new Plaid Stamp Gift Catalog is just the most beautiful youve ever seen! An estimated 225,000 electricians will be required in the na- ion by 1970, but apprenticeship programs at current rates will ;upply only 70,000. HURRY TO A&P FOR YOUR FREE COPY! It's just breathtaking! i 124 giant color pages brimming with thousand! of the very finest gifts for yourself, your family, and every room of your home. All the latest styles, all the latest models, all specially selected as the very best made-and every one backed by the Plaid Stamp Pledge of Satisfaction. So pick up your exciting new Plaid Stamp Gift Catalog at A&P today-it will make you very proud you save Plaid Stamps. Then promise yourself to get your next beautiful Plaid Stamp gift as soon as possible-by shopping only at A&P where you get cash savings and valuable Plaid Stamps, too! Start today- save only Plaid Stamps for fine gifts faster! © 1963, E. F. MacOonald Stamp Co, SHOP AT A&P 411 PIASA ST., ALTON WASHINGTON SQUARE, ALTON 20 W. EDWARDSVILLE ROAD, WOOD RIVER California ON FOOb x COSTS FOR THE) • M Mfe. ^•Vk^r s. ^» HOLIDAY * vV AT California Sweet Juicy Eating ORANGES Home Grown Firm for Slicing DOZEN FOR 1C CALIFORNIA PLUMS.2 49c SAVE MONEY On WOW tatnAC I^WWWB THE KIDS LOVE 'EM SEEDLESS GRIPES 29° "•• 1C Potatoes RED NEW POTATOES r 99 c Very, Very Low Price! READY FOR EATING GEORGIA PEACHES 59 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••MMiMii Lc o AAR o WATERMELONS SALE ALL SIZES AT LOW PRICES BANANAS Large Half Peek Basket Half Peck Basket. OADWAY A» MAIN ALTON, ILL. DRIVE-IN PRODUCE MARKET .wi HLL 2530 EAST BROADWAY Lovely New APPLES ON SALE AT oc HALF 25 BUSHEL BASKET

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