Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 10, 1963 · Page 10
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 10, 1963
Page 10
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ALTON JSVENINd f ELMGRAPM , Sl&ti 10,1963 Pythian Sisters of Wood River Meet ,WOOt> JllVfiR *- twenty two fiftSrhbers and guests attended the afintttl dinner a«d social tweeting 61 the Past Chteis' club of Esther Temple P$M&h Sisters at the airport restaurant Monday. Special guests wfei* Mrs. Fred Penning, a former member, who is visiting here from Walnut Creek, Calif., and Mrs. Leola Pat- terson, Alton, who was a guest of her daughter, Mrs. Harold Raines, president THE HAGUE—Holland's new insurance firm boasts a gross premium Income of $149 million yearly. PHARMACY 2510 State St., North Alton Phone HO 5-5313 JULY SPECIALS! SQUIBB ANGLE TOOTH BRUSHES! SAVE O 40c! <£ 98° MENNEN PUSHBUTTON Deodorant 87<> and 'Ml Popular Records GOOD SELECTION! STEREO & HI Fl LONG PLAY ALBUMS! 99* Each TERRO ANT KILLER BEG. S9o NOW INFANT FORMULA ANY BRAND! BY THE CASE! 10% OFF! SQUIBB MINERAL OIL Pints . . lOc Off! 69 C QUARTS $1.29 > REG. 89c VASELINE . . 69c LUSTRE CREAM SPRAY-SET S? 99c Giant Size Noxzema Reg. $1 AQ 1.35 lalKf • For Sunburn Poison Ivy Insect Bites SURFADIL .; PRESCRIPTIONS • FILLED TO YOUR DOCTOR'S SPECIFICATIONS • FILLED WITH ONLY QUALITY INGREDIENTS • PRICED WITH INTEGRITY FREE DELIVERY! FREE PARKING! *************** Ideal WAREHOUSE BLAZES MILWAUKEE — Flames poured from the walls Four alarms were sounded and off-duty firemen were and roof as fire raged out of control Tuesday night in called out.—(AP Wirephoto) a waste paper warehouse on Milwaukee's East Side. Macoupin Wrestles with Changes for Courthouse CARLINVILLE — Members ot Macoupin County Board of Supervisors were confronted with major problems at their July meeting Tuesday afternoon in the courthouse in Carlinville which they considered too involved for immediate action. The matter of reorganizing the courts of the county "space wise" arid "personnel wise" was discussed in length with Circuit Judge Samuel O. Smith and Circuit Clerk Philip Brown in regard to the Judicial Amendment which goes into effect Jan. 1, 1964. Judge Smith and Circuit Clerk Brown presented a sketch drawn up by them in regard to remodeling the grand jury room in the courthouse f o r use as a s m a 11 jourt for magistrate cases. Since he new amendment will require three courtrooms, one for circuit court judge, another for the asso- :iate judge who will be the pres- jnt county judge, and another for the magistrate judge who will replace the five justices of the peace in the county, the third court room will be required. It was suggested by the two officials that a door be .built between the grand : jury room'and SUMMER the present circuit judge's office so that after a case is tried in the converted jury room, the jury could remain to deliberate and the judge could go into his chambers, therefore eliminating a separate jury room. It was pointed out by Brown that the magistrate and associate judges will be paid by the state eliminating the present cost of the salaries of the justices of the peace but that the circuit clerk will need six employes for his added responsibilities since the present county court business will be added to his office whereby the county clerk will assume the management of the recorder's office now in the hands of the circuit clerk. Circuit Clerk Brown suggested that the supervisors send him and one of his employes to New Jersey to learn more about how-entry and fee books are being kept there where the system is already in effect. Brown stated that there is not one circuit clerk in the state who clearly knows how the books are to be handled. Judge Smith told the board that one half of the cases filed in circuit court requests jury trial and last year there were 265 case's filed. -Smith anticipates litigation to increase due to increasing machine accidents. He added that the judges of the state plan to meet within the next two to three weeks to name a chief judge and set up a working group to meet the problems facing them before January 1. The board agreed to have the chairman of the board, the county clerk and the circuit clerk to work out a plan which can be followed in the very near'future, and should remodeling be required to advertise for bids. It was suggested by Judge Smith that jury boxes and benches might be economically provided by buying them second hand from a county which is planning to build a new courthouse. Baldness No Excuse From Duty on Jury KANSAS CITY (AP) — Andrew P. Leacy, Jackson County jury commissioner, recently sent out a quesionnaire. Among the replies was this one: T do not want to serve on a jury because I have completely lost the hair on my head, and serving would cause me great embarrassment." Leacy said he sympa.thized, but he ruled it was not an adequate excuse. Negro Carpenter Ties In Florida Election OCALA, Fla. (AP) - A Negro carpenter, Pinckney VVoodberry, will be a runoff candidate for City Council July 19. VVoodberry ran second among five candidates Tuesday with 57S votes. L.G. Thomas, a business man, led the field with 771 and Mrs. Marge Thompson, a club woman, was third with 549. It was the first time in 60 years a Negro had sought an Ocala city office post. DIAMONDS OUT GLASS 3flIAMI (/P) — Operators o Tlorida's luxury hotels complain they can't keep their glass en trance doors looking new. They blame wealthy women :uests who scratch the area near :he door handles with their dia mond rings. 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