Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 5, 1963
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6, 1883 ALTON EVENING PAQK NlNffi deled . vfefie &f the hartest of the fK|.hi«Q6ttiy whip in the lower rtjstf atonies ; o.m that As^mbly acHah' ftsBuli tiot , h&v^ Wen ac- comi; i '?copera tioti .i$d JtaieSma^sWp of bl paljtMfl .^pffcTv. /7 ' •" M« * tsted '"legistative feippor- of (fHs nfew jUdldal-aftlcle trf the coriStitiitloH; aria ;fth<;, passage of W&ajly ,htiMffeas ,'M 6fiier- -bills lh inswet to 1ft an editorial Enter the RtCHARO HUDISIUT FROM- SWEEPSTMES . Grand Prize— $10,000 Shopping , Spree *t Tiff any'if l;l 27 diamond . jjjtwes in all. 4-git yourentry ( , blank, today I Wintiing is easy *s Writing your name. THRIFTY DRUG STORES referring.. \$ , th^ confusing * dhse ttvrt lefmfttifvl 8ei«dt»» '» •!. ,*3xf>Jalnlng inner details of this, he gave thus technical description of i$iat eceutfed! >$*( 6ti Hi* Own •Tftttt,'the Qovetnof' did not jdur«''tH»!MfegisiHtuHi o« his trwh ^initiative. He'has no legal ftUt|idt|ty, ,to do fhe constltiv tlph states that wheh one 1 house certifies to him that 'there Is a disagreement regarding the time of final adjournment and quests him to take action, he can do so. "Since the work of Die session was completed, and since the Senate refused to agree with the House on ,the time of adjourn ment,, the Mouse of, ttepresenta- lives, jpn a. nearly unanimous, bipartisan • vote, passed ,a resolution directing the Speaker of the House to, make such certification. LJpon receiving tills request, the Governor responded by issuing his proclamation of adjournment." He added that the "Senate did not chase the lieutenant governor' out of his chair. . . . The lieutenant governor read the governor's proclamation, declared the session adjourned, and walked oft the rostrum." No Oreut Loss Smith denied the seriousness of the Senate's loss of two constitutional amendments in this ad- lournment process. ". . . The Constitutional amendment which would permit sheriffs and coun- :y treasurers to succeed themselves Is certainly not of great importance. "This is demonstrated in the fact' Wat 'twice in the last 10 years,'''th6 legislature has submitted Such a proposal to the voters, and both times it has been voted down." Rep. Smith attributed to the Senate, rather than to Senator Peters, a final decrease in appropriations for both the Board of Economic Development and the Commission of Human Relations, and suid neither had anything to do with the adjournment disagreement. Pointing out both had been approved by the House before the disagreement arose, he said that nearly all the legislators agreed on the reduction for the Board of Economic Development: which has done a poor job, and from which he director recently resigned. So !ar as the Commission on Human Relations is concerned, the final sum appropriated for its operations is in excess of .what'it actually spent this biennium." Read Tetegraph Want Ads Daily QN1Y 12:30 TIL 5 P.M SPECIAL IBfcilPW*'***^'***!^...!^'^* 111 '*^^^^^ REG. $1.98 Men's and Boy's Lqdles' and Girl's SILICONE IRONING BOARD COVERS 98c VALUE ODD By Ng Bracken and Red Lull "But, Alice, sometimes they have to feel like the king of the jungle." Jersey Farm Buf&du Picnic Set Aug» 1 JERSEYVILLE - The annual Farm Bureau and Homemakers potluck picnic will be held this year on AUg. 1 at Pere Maro^iette Park shelter. Members of t h e two organizations, their families and friends are Invited to attend. Sufficient food, table service and beverage should be brought for each family. In the afternoon games and contests will be enjoyed. Parents of Twin Boys JERSEYVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. Dale Darr of Medora are announcing the birth of twin boys at the Jersey Community Hospital on July 3. The first baby arrived at 4:04 aim. and weighed 4 pounds 13 ounces. The second boy was born at 5:35 a.m. and he weighed 4 pourids'12V4 ounces; The I children are grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rothe of Jerseyville and'Mr. and Mrs. Chester Darr of Medora and they are great-grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Dabbs of Fieldon. Before her marriage Mrs. Da'rr was : Miss Nina Rothe. Grntton Couple Has Son JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilcox of Grafton have given the name Lonnie Richard to their infant 'son born at 8:28 p;m. June 29. at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds 1 'ounce. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Phinis 'Pierson of Danner- ville, 111., and Mrs. Maggie Wll- cox of Fredericks, I1L, and Is a great-grandson of Mrs. Susan May of Pekin, 111. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Wilcox was Miss Gladys Pierson. Other children in the family are Martha 9, Alan 6 and Raymond 5. Daughter Born to Couple JERSEYVILLE— A daughter Rosemary Yvonne," was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Griffin of Jerseyv|Ile 'at. 1:33 a.m. June 4o at the Jersey. Cbrnmunity Hospital. The, baby, weighed''8 pounds. She |s.'a granddaughter of Mrs. George Talley of 'Nutwood and Mrt, Anna Bates of JersiSyvlUe. , Griffin before her m*arrlage was Miss Wtlma Tailey, Other children of the couple are Ronald 11, David 10.' Hoiiirmnkers To Mert at Medora fhe kefflpef Wfflt Wll meet Mdnday at St. John's dvurcn basetfietit at 2 p.m. Mrs. Josephine- ejtill-k will be hostess. The Fidelity 4M club Will give a detil6fistrati6n. fhe fnftjof lesson trffs ftlSnth, will be glvetl by Mrs. Iferie Rydef i »!«-» MEDORA — Friends here have received word of the death of the ftev. John Glotfelty, former pastor of the Methodist church. He died June 18 at Phoenix, Ariz., where he and his wife have resided for the past several years* Medora Notes MEDORA — Dr, Frank Hunt Is at patient at MacMillin Hospital, part of Barnes. Hospital in St. Louis, where he submitted to eye surgery last week. The Junior 1 Homen^akers will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Bill Golike. 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SIZE DOUBLE WAIL INSULATION KEEPS LIQUIDS HOT OR COLD -. . • WILL NOT MAR SURFACES IK THE [COMPLETE 1$ET IDiamond Quality With A Lifetime Value Guarantee! fsi09.00 Value '6T° 11.2J « week [ $135.00 Value I j **** $2.00 a week W Value $| 33 .00 [M.25 8,weeK DIAMOND C IWATcri We Rosem The Right To Limit Quuntlllei SUPER PISPOUNT OF for Ont Year $7.50 Value 6 DIAMOND / 5-DIAMOND ^P BRIDAL SEL / BRIDAL SET 30-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEJ r ~' Complete OVER HAUL | NOW ONLY Here', WMWtDo: • Watch Qleanetf, , Oiled • Re-Cement Crystal • poiijih Ca»e -«n« Pflnd j' • PolUh Parts • New Pin Lugs » Needed • Genuine F«o$ry. Pft/ti Used iiil , nd Rutted W T M 11. ;|H^8 $ rjien .l*$y'a Qrutyii ('' 17 Jewell 11 Jewels H8.50 Vwlue $40,60 ViUue " 28" |l.Q< a wf»k Op»h aj wp't. 17 YEARS OF FAIR SQUARE DEALINGS IN ALTON. We iMuie to He EAGLE STAMPS Crtvt You txtfd Cath Sdving* ol Will Gladly Ktdiim Y Eaglt Kemp Booki fdr Caihl • lBJr%H H ^S^ H ii Jr^ IWI FRYERS FOOD STORES NO MUSS, NO FUSS! U, I. Gdvf. lntp*ri*d, Farm rV««ti 4 to 3 tb. Av«fftg« CUT UP TRAY PACKED POUND READY FOR THE PAN OR GRILL HILLSIDE TASTY SKINLESS WIENERS NATCO 93 SCORE GRADE AA STICK BUTTER REDEEM .THIS COUPON FOR 50 EXTRA EAGLE STAMPS WHIN YOU PURCHASE A 20-OUNCE SIZE REAL-KILL BUG BOMB R<do*mabl« nl your Friondly National Food liar*. Offer oxplroi Saturday, July *lh. 69c Micrin Oral Antiseptic 49 ONLY WITH COUPON BELOW Kills mouth germs fast with results that last. Made by Johnson and Johnson. NoKo Grade AA 1-lb. 93 Score STICK BUTTER Pkg. WITH THIS COUPON And a $1.50 purehaso or moro •xcludlnff. _, Frtih Milk Producli. ««d..mobl« at your ' Oj ntarby National Pood Star*. Offer •xpfr«t FC •f Saturday. July «th. Limit On* C.upon T I To A Family. ) fflj. J> ^»^SSaa^?t^SaiersS!rs 1 3r*te:^fc»lM TOP TASTE SLICED BREAD BANANAS Lb. THEY'RE GOLDEN RIPE1 FIRM, RED, RIPE Salad Tomatoes Lb. Wf PtlWKVI THi RI9HT TO LIMIT — MICK GOOD THUOVOH SATUMIAY, JULY #rh IN ALTON SHOP AT IN WOOD RIVER AT 504 DELMAR AVE, 337 E, FERGUSON AVE. IN EAST ALTON AT 1 EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER

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