Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 19
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July 11, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

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'JULY 11, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE CLAMSHELL CHEWS AWAY AT CHURCH OFFICE Clamshell bucket; lakes huge bites out of building formerly occupied by of ices of the First Presbyterian Church of Alton on Fourth street. The lot is to be cleared as remodeling of the main church building gets underway. This is the first major stop in the actual construction work in the institution's $390,00 improvement program. Communion will be included in the congregation's service Sunday in the present sanctuary before work is started there. Arkansas Marriage Law Being Questioned LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) —\ Hundred*; of Arkansas couples who learned in April that they may not be legally married under state law, may be legally married after all. The qunndry over what the law says, what the Arkansas Supreme Court says it stiys, and what the Social Security Administration says It says was slightly clarified by a statement Wednesday from the Arkansas attorney general. James C. Hale, former slate representative who authored the now-controversial law, disclaimed any designs to stir controversy when he wrote the bill. Many Arkansans have re-married in private ceremonies, Iwo mass weddings arc planned for this weekend, and many other couples simply waited—some angrily. The law, Act 32, of 1MI, reads' in part: "Every male who shall have arrived at the full age of 18 years, and every female who shall have arrived at the lull age of 10 years, shall be capable in law of contracting marriage; if under those ages,' the marriages shall be absolutely ,void." The administration said il would not pay benefits to wlvos oi 1 widows who ware not legally married, ft cited the"1941 law and suijd.muny Arkansans who Iliuught they were married ivall.y weren't Ally. Gen. Bruce Bennett said Wednesday _ that a marriage in which one; or both parties worn under the legal ago would not b« absolutely Void, as the law slates, but coiild be annulled upon petition by one of the parents in court. Jerry Patterson, Bennett's as sistant, said the marriage is legal until one of the marriage partners goes into court and gets it declared void. Both Bennett and Patterson cited a 1944 rilling by the Arkansas Supreme Court in which the court ruled that such a marriage is not a nullity, but is void only from the time it Is so declared by a court of competent jurisdiction." Patrick Heberl, regional attorney for the administration, said in Dallas, Tex., that he had con- ferred with Bennett and was reviewing the question to determine what the administration's policy will be. POWIBR MIXED GONCKKTH FRANKFORT. Ky. iffi - The only piece of power-driven ma chinery used in construction o Kentucky's state capitol buildiny was a steam-driven concrete mix or. The mason had a hand powercc crane for lifting heavier stone am another worker designed, bull and operated a hand machine I'o bonding steel. The capitol WHS constructed h 1901) a cost of $1.820,000 NIOII/8 WOUM FARM LOWELL, Ark. (Iff)) — Leland Veil uses an electric fence to teep his slock at homo — nut bis stock.is a million worms. Neil operates a "worm farm" lere, selling his wiggling creatures for fish bail. His "pav- tures" are beds of peat, moss where the heat, is carefully con trolled. A 10-volt electric wire runs around the tops of the growing boxes to keep the worms from crawling out. INTINDS TN SAMK CHANNEL MIAMI </P)—Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hall received greeting cards from their daughter in Michigan and another daughter here. They also received cards from their grandchildren in Michigan and Miami. The daughters' cards were identical and so were those from the grandchildren. Blaze Hits Downtown Belleville BELLEVILLE. III. (API-Firemen brought under control Wednesday night n flrn that black' en«l downtown Bcllovillf wllh smoko nnd thrcatnnod n hlock in the arun. The fire gutted a two-story used furnlltiiv store on Mnln Street. Two firemen suffered slight injuries nnd two men were escorted by relatives from an apartment on the second floor on the block. One woman nnd her 16-year-old rescuer later were escorted out of the danger zone ngnin when they look refuge in a smoke-filled jewelry store. The roof of the store caved in during ,lhe fire and a wrecker pulled 'down the rear wall of the building to allow firemen to fight the blttno. Smoke billowed from the windows of the building and engulfed the street. Illinois Temperatures Increasing By Til 1C ASSOCIATE!) I'KKSS Temperatures continued 1111 upward trend in Illinois today and so did the humidity. The Weather Bureau said there'll be scattered thundershowers Friday and possibly in the northwest section late lonlghl. The flow of weather from the northwest carried that arm's middle 80s readings of Wednesday to other parts of the state today. Temperatures held it 79 in Springfield and 78 at Belleville Wednesday, and barely topped SO along the Ohio River. Early morning lows included (>4 at Chicago and GO at Rockford in the north; 50 at Vandalia and Pnducah in the south. SPECIAL! FRIDAY ami SATURDAY CASH AND CARRY MUM PLANTS • In Bloom • All Colors Ea. Milton Greenhouses Open 8 o.m. till 6 p.m. 1204 Milton Roiul, HO 2-1782 Save [ on CORK WEDGE casuals... O44 Open and cool casuals that flatter your foot! You'll want more than one style at this savings! Criss-cross style with back strap in white or beige, T- strap style in beige, double- strap slide with lurk •loe In white or beige. Come see these and all the other fun casuals. SUMMER SPECIALS CANVAS SHOES AND ITALIAN SANDALS W& Many Styles to Choose From , * , Plenty of Sixes I Buy Two Pitirs and Save / Slip-onr-Tie-on • Black • Red • Beige • Wlilte • Orange • Blue One Pair r 'Special Group of Sample Shoes; 4,5,5 V g ,6B STACKED HEta WHEELS, HI HEElS ; , W fl " ftrao*. r*w* lo J0,8? AVE to 1 / 2 Summer Blouses Sleeveless—Short Sleeves by Shapely 3.98 Value Brand new solids and prints. Sizes 30 to 36. $11.95 to $14.95 Dresses $/: $14.95 to $19.95 Dresses White Stag Bermuda Shorts—Clamtliggers 6.00 Value ^099 Pastels and navy. Sizes 10 to 20. Also skirts, T-Shirts, Jackets Reduced. All brand new for summer ... all the most wanted styles in everything from, shifts and sheaths to shirtwaists. Junior and misses sizes. Robes and Shifts $5.98 to $12.98 Values trp TO Cotton robes, beach and street shifts. Robes 10 to 18, Shifts 5 to 15. Summer Hats Straws and Beach Hats $095 <K~I F" o *15 i Price 95 White, natural, pastels. Bras & Girdles Special Summer Sale Permalift ami Vanity Fair $2.50 Bras $1.99 $3.95 Bras $3.19 .95 Girdles $7.49 Swim Caps byKleinert $1 50 2.50 & 3.00 Value _L Nationally advertised — in all colors. Spring-Summer Dresses $22.95 to $39.95 Values 'lO-'l ^ . J. V/ X1 9 Beautiful costumes and one piece dresses in dark and light colors, pure silks, rayons, cottons — an exciting group. Misses, juniors and proportioned sixes. Rain Coats-Entire Stock 20% off Novelties, classics, poplins in , sizes for juniors and misses Light-weight Coats and Suits Values to $49,95 22 Classic coats in white, beige and colors for year-round wear. White and pastel wool suits. Juniors and misses sizes.

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