Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 29
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 29

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 11, 1963
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TmffiSBAV, JULY 11,1963 ALfON PAGE .-"I Illinois Farmer Continues Fight Over cmcAdp;«B *-' Wlllfatn A Wnytie County farmer who says he's bocrt battling tho fodernl gov- eminent for 15 years, Invoked the* Fifth. Amendment 10 times Wednesday In a contempt ol coilrl. hearing. ; , Lusk, 57, of Qeff, was bcford James B. Parsons, U.S. district judge, to show cause why he should not be held in contempt for falling to pay the government $78,877 In back taxes and fines. Ho was ordered Fob, 15 to pay the taxes for the years 1954-19S6. Joseph Crawford, assistant U.S. attorney, Wednesday attempted fp (fuestibti Ltisk about stock he allegedly owns to 50 corporations afid bank accounts to the United States and Canada. s Parsons said he Would rule Sept. 9 on the question of whether Lusk'a use of the Fifth Amendment for this line of question was permissible, "The government has been try Ihg to gel me for 5 years," Lusk dnid afterwards, "and every time I show them that their investigations are riddled with errors, tho boys find some new angle." BUENOS AIRES — A sharp decline is predicted in the Gross National Product of Argentine. P* FRESH DAILY \ PHIIMY AND SATURDAY FEATURES Orange Chiffon Cake Everyone's favorite chiffon cake . . . flavored with frosh oranges ,.', Iced with fresh cranse butter cream Icing . . . you'll love Its long lasting freshness. SPECIAL FEATURE $1.30 Apricot Crumb Stollen A generous sized stollen miule wltn extra rich coffee cake dough with u delicious apricot and crumb looping . . . Iced In fondant Icing . , . try n sample before you buy. SPECIAL PEATURE 94c MRS. SEIBOLD'S w ^ f*t trom Sel11 BAKE SHOP Order your French lJnrbe- cuc Bread . . . and Duller 'N Cheese Bread Selbold's. Washington Square Shopping Center — Alton, On Main Street Side DIAL 4G!}-2141 Wllshlre Village Shopping Center. Knst Alton, III, Dial CL 4-20-18 148 E. Ferguson Ave. Wood River. III. Dial CL 4-0212 SixNamed To Rail Committee WASHINGTON (AP)-Here ara brief sketches of the six men named by President Kennedy tn study the rail dispute: W. Wlllnrd Wlftz Chairman of the panel, 51-year- old Wlrtz has been secretary of labor since last September. Previously he was undersecretary to Arthur ,T. Goldberg, nof a Su preme Court justice. Before join- Ing the Kennedy administration in January, 1961, Wirtz was in private law practice in Chicago. Born in DeKalb, 111., he tatight law at. Northwestern University from 1939-54, except from 1942-46 when he served tile government with the Board of Economic War fare, War Labor Board and as chairman of the National Wage Stabilization Board. Lirthcr n, Hodges Vice chairman of the committee, Hodges at 65 Is the oldest Cabinet member in the Kennedy administration, which he serves as secretary of commerce. After becoming a vice president for Marshall Field & Co., Hodges entered government. He was lieutenant governor of North Carolina from 1952 to 1954, governor from 1954 to 1960 and headed a national businessmen's committee during President Kennedy's 1960 campaign. He is a native of Plttsylvania County, Va. George Meany As president. of the AFL-CIO, Meany has headed the combined labor federation since the AFL and the CIO were unified in 1955. He had been .president of the American Federation of Labor since 1952, after 12 years as its secretary - treasurer. Now 69, Meany from 1934 to 1939 was president of the New York State Federation of Labor. Me has twice been ft delegate to the United Nations General Assembly. Me is a native of New ¥ork. Joseph L. Block Block Is chairman and chief executive officer of Inland Steel Co. of Chicago. In 1&2, Inland's refusal to raise prices started tin Industrywide move to hold the price line after President Kennedy had opposed price Increases. A native of Chicago, Bl^year-old Block has been with Inland since 1923. George M. tturtlmtt Harrison, 68, has' been president of the grand lodge of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks since 1928. He is also a vice pros ident of the AFL-CIO. A native of Lois, Mo., Harrison was a railway clerk from 1909 to 1917. He was on the committee that drafted the Social Security Act. Harrison was a U.S. delegate to the U.N. General Assembly In 1958 and, the same year, was chairman of the labor advisory com mittee to the Democratic National Committee. StimH f. Sfttindcfs A 54-year-old attorney turned railroad executive, Saunders is now president of the Norfolk & Western Railway and was elected last month to move up Oct. 1 to the office of board chairman and chief executive officer of the Pennsylvania, the nation's biggest rail carrier. After five years In private law practice in Washington, he became assistant genera' solicitor of the line in 1939. Eight years later he became asslstan general counsel, in 1954 was named vice president and genera counsel and in 1958 became presi dent. A past president of the Vir glnia state bar and current presi dent of the board of trustees ol Roanoke College, Saunders Is f native of McDowell, W.Va. fame! flans Exhibition TEL AVIV — Favorable reception of the last scientific exhlbl tion in Israel has prompted plan; for one next year. Expanded Air Facilities Being Sought WASHINGTON (AP) - A bipartisan drive is underway in Congress to help bring about additional service at Chicago's Mid- Way Airport. The move is sparked by ttcp. John C. Kluczynski, D-I11., wilh strong backing from top House Republicans — Reps. Charles A. Halleck of Indiana, the minority leader, and Rep. Leslie C. Arends of Illinois, GOP whip. Kluczynski has written Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago about the situation, gotten a reply from him, fired off letters to congressmen from adjoining states and to United, American and other airlines. Kluczynski told Daley that some downstate Illinois congresmen feel they would save considerable time In getting back and forth from their home areas to Washington If Midway was reactivated be- cnuse O'Hare Internationa] Airport is becoming more crowded each day. "Because of the congestion at O'Hare many are experiencing the inconvenience of not being able to land at O'Hare for periods which range from 30 minutes 1o -over an hour," he said, "often resulting in their missing connections with planes which woulfi take them to their destinations.' 1 Daley wrote Kluezynskl that the city has been in touch with the airlines for the past year about Ihe possibility of reactivating Midway, adding that a survey was taken "and we feel it will be favorable to the city's program to reopen Midway," The mayor said a recent suggestion was made that shuttle service be started at Midway to Washington, New York, Denver St. Louis and Detroit. He said some smaller Jets already have landed at Midway and expressed confidence "we will succeed in convincing the airlines to establish some additional service at this important airport." Ray Maddeft, Wffd., ftfiffl^ ccjoperatloft atsd Pati! 111., replied: "f've dftefl the same tht4 that you czynski) have eXptessed §9 in your letter." ft* LOOK! LOOK! GET WVR FREE Cup of A&P Coffee and St. Louis Globe-Democrat Friday and Saturday, July 12-13 A&P STORE 20 W, Edwardsvllle Rd. — Wood River, III. ALSO REGISTER FOR BULOVA TRANSISTOR RADIO TO BE AWARDED SATURDAY NIGHT FOR LOIN EASY LMN' FOODS HAAS15 Twin Pack STUFFED OLIVES 2 N 1™ SELECT RIPE OLIVES . . . BED & WHITE Deluxe Whole SWEET PICKLES . ,"£ DINTV MOORE BEEF STEW . KED & WHITE TOMATO SOUP Tin 24-oz. Tin SUPER-RIGHT Fresh Cold Cuts Brounschweiger, Large Bologna, Minced Ham, Head Cheese, Spiced Luncheon Meat, Olive Dutch or Pickle & Pimento Loaf C SLICED for your convenience and all lovr priced for you Lb. 59 12 TO 16 POUND AVERAGE WHOLE OR HALF LOIN ROAST Lb. CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS Pork Roast Armour Star Franks BONELESS, rolled and tied for Rotisseri* Bar-B-Qued BACK RIBS ..79* Cooked Ham Ham Super-Right or Populor Brands - SKINLESS Tin '£ 49* 47c POTATO STICKS RED & WHITE French Fried No. 300 Can ill Con wC ~iC 10 KREY'S Hostess Brand THICK SLICED BACON 2 £ 99' SEASIDE BUTTER BEANS JUMBO FRANKS • • IAU Meat BOILED HAM .... ,K, ;I v CUBE STEAKS .... S or STEER LIVER KREVS ib. ,b. 59c ,,,49c ib. 89c LIPTON TEA BAGS LIPTON TEA . . INSTANT LIPTON TEA MANHATTAN COFFEE RED & WHITE FRUIT COCKTAIL . 6 to 7 Ib. average .SHANK PORTION Super-Right Fully Cooked 5 to 6 Ib. avg. BUTT portion Medium Shrimp Fresh Channel Catfish FBRST CUT PORK CHOPS Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. 69= Fresh Dressed STE Plump and Tender 4 to 5 Lb. Avg. SPECIAL SALE —SAVE 35c MORTON FROZEN CREAM PIES REG. 45c BUY 3 SAVff 35e 3 14-Oz. SPECIAL SALE — SAVE I9e ANN PAGE CORN OIL MARGARINE fteg. 29c Buy 2 Save I0c 2 0Q Pkgs. ^ jy CALIFORNIA SANTA ROSA NECTARINES RED GRAPES or APRICOTS Your Choice Lfo. Plums Fresh Peaches Winesap Apples Arkansas FANCY or Red Delicious 2 ib, 29° Green Beans 2 Lb, 49' Vine-Ripe Home Grown 19' RED & WHITE APPLESAUCE . .2 RED & WIHTE Homestyle Chunk PINEAPPLE - . . c,u, ROYAL PALM RED & WHITE Cut Spoors GREEN ASPARAGUS^,, RED & WHITE French Style GREEN BEANS . . »£„ Heifetz Sweet Pickles Kosher Dills d W Sugar Polski Wyrob Whole Pickles 10-Lb. Bog Only $1.35 £49' 2 £ 59" £ 69' BLACK-RASPBERRY JELLY . . 4-95 GOLD MEDAL FLOUR ... SftWc U,S. No. 1 Bett POTATOES . , _ 10-59C _ _ GRAPES .... 2-49C U, S. No. 1 Fnuoy CORN ...... »«59c Gpliton Blpe BANANAS . . . 2*29c RED& WHITE POOD STORES > Cherry Pie 39 A&P SLICED or IONA CUT Jane Parker Fresh Paily SAVE IOC KEG. 49c Jan« Porker Spanish Bar Spice Cake Sliced Swiss Cheese 29* 59* Cream Style lona Golden Corn Four Seasons Table Salt Kobey £& Potatoes A&P Apple Sauce "£•10" 8-Oi. Tin 16-Oz, Tin SMITH'S Quality Marktt | HAYN1S QROCiRY I'JmH^^ffi' B800 Clifton Alton | 80} B. Jennuui Wood Hirer | FB 8»8IU Brlirhto BICKERPT'5 N, Albv Mkt, I .NOLTE'S RED * WHITE Alhy Strwt ««*« Qofltryy | Phone tw Mof CAKE MIX CENTER 9|li MJB (Ml HP 4Hlr IIPWF ^Wim (PU ^HJ White, Yellow, Chocolate or Double Dutch 13-Ox. *fc* 39 PiDsbury Frosting Mixes .*. II' Pffltlmy Cake Decorators^, 59* lona in REG. syrup 3/$l.OO Fancy REG. Quality 35c REG. Bartleft Pears A&P White Tuna Del Monte Catsup Puffs Facial Tissue ttf 2 -"* 49 2 -a- 59 2 6-0*. ««• 2 'fiS 1 " 35 P^^™ , ^(^^ ^H/f 8 STOBiS TO SERVE YOU! 20 W, EPWARD5VIUE RD,, WOOD RIViR t 411 PIA5A, ALTON t WASHINGTON SQUARE, AtTON

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