Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 18, 1963 · Page 13
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July 18, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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ALTC-N' Typewriter tit Voting Fraud Missing CtttCArtO (AP) - fhf. type- WrHer Used to add certain names to a cofitrovcfslal affidavit of hotel residency was hot found In an eanrnlhntlon ot all Us mnchineR, Ihc Board of Election Commissioners hns reported. Sidney T. Molzmnn, chairman of the commissioners, said Wednesday that his Investigator had failed to confirm the allefcatlom of an Investigator of Sheriff Hlch- tird B. Ogilvie. Ogllvlc's man Said In April that the names of Michael L. Flo ftlto and his wife wete typed ori ft Cofl- rnd ttlltdn Hotel residence affidavit with n typewriter Ifl the board's offices. Stfch affidavits arc regulred to establish the residence 6f persons In hotels and rooming houses. Holzman impounded the typewriter in question and hired an other invostlgalor to inspect other machines belonging to the board. Holzmnn and Kio ftlto are Democrats; Ogilvin is a Republican. Fio nito had lived in Wilmette. but claimed residence at the hotel about 30 days before the April election. The name of Fio Rito and his wife were added to the Milton affidavit, Ogitvie said, although they had not lived there the required 30 days preceding the eleclton. Fio Rito as a write-in ca didate, was elected alderman of Ihr Isl Ward. Ho resigned later whnn thr City Council was to take up hearing on his qualifications to hold the ottice, now va> rant. PENNEY'S ALVi/AVS FIRST QUALITY SHOP LATE TONIGHT! EASTGATE EAST ALTON Every department reduces summer stock...you get unbelievable savings on fashion and home needs you want right now...right through summer! LAST Towncraft Pima Prince underwear regularly 3 for 2.95 goes on sale 44 CHARGE III buy now for extra big savings Farm Roundup ot n Fewer Farmer* Are ^ Providing More Milk f method of Insect eHrntnatteri Ifl he- By OVIh A. MAtttttt WASHINGTON (AP) -<• It took he output of only 187,000 farmers n supply Ihe fluid milk delivered ast year to marketing areas occupied by about 93 million Americans. These same 187,000 farmers produced roughly 41 per cent of all he milk produced In the nation. Thin heavy concentration of milk production by a relatively small percentage of the farmers was reported by the Agriculture Department today in a survey of a federal milk marketing program. These farmers were located in 83 urban milk marketing areas that are regulated by the depart men! under federal milk market ing orders. hg used to C6fnbat the worm Ifl the WASHINGTON (AP) — Price declines during the winter anc spring have not unduly discouraged cattle feeders. The Agriculture Department re ported today that 11 per ceni more cattle were on ford in 2! major feeding states July 1 thai a year earlier. This feeding is to produce fnt cattle for the quality daughter market. The number on food July 1 was (i.S,30,000 compared with (5,135.0fX) a year earlier. Increases wnre rtiown in all weight groups with jftrt of this country. This pest attack* animals. WASHINGTON (AP)-Thft nft- oti's poultry brbllcr Industry continues to expand Its operations despite loss of European markets and bountiful supplies of red meats. The Agriculture Department, reports that June hatchings of broiler type chicks was 7 per cent larger than a year earlier. Hatchings during the first half of this year were 2 per cent larger than in the like period last year. Hardin Youth Charged with Auto Theft JERSEYVILLE — A Chevrolet passenger car belonging to Jarrt6s E. Allen was stolen Tuesday evening. Later it was found that a youth in a car answering the description of the stolen vehicle had attempted to sell it in Kane. cattle weighing over 900 pounds up 17 per cent from July 1, 1962. In the north central region—the major feeding area of the country—all states except Missouri had more than a year ago. Missouri was down 1 per cent. WASHINGTON (AP)—The Agriculture Department claimed success today for an insect-control measure that led Die melon fly bring about its own annihilation. In a large-scale pilot experiment the Pacific island of Rota, scientists released massive num bers of the male melon flies made by exposure to gamma Systematic release of these flies eventually wiped out the insect because eggs laid by females d not hatch. The island had been heavily in- the fly. This same Combed cotton crewneck T-shirts 34 to 46 Combed 2-ply mercerized cotton briefs 30 to 44 Combed 2-ply cotton athletic shirts •. 36 to 46 Pastel solid color boxer shorts 30 to 44 Fancy printed and woven boxer snorts 30 to 44 MEN'S STURDY MATCHED SETS SHIRT SIZES S-M-L FOR Deputy Sheriff James .Tuey_..pf Carrollton recovered the car, and later city police arrested 18- year old Charles Seidler of the Hardin vicinity on a charge ot stealing the automobile. Seidler was arraigned before Justice of the Peace Arthur Thatcher and a preliminary hearing was set for Aug. 26 at 10 a.m. with bond for appearance fixed at $2,000. In default of bail. Seidler was remanded to the county jail to await a hearing. Trade Kules Stabile MEXICO CITY—Standard rules for Latin American trading haye been adopted by the governments of involved countries. Favor Own Product BANGKOK - Thailand hope's to improve her water pump irt- dustry and shortly eliminate the need for importing small pumps) SYD'S SHOES 2nd BIG WEEK! TERRIFIC RESPONSE BRING A FRIEND! PANTS SIZES 30 to 42 Tremendous buy! 5-oz. cotton poplin pants teamed with matching 4-oz. cotton poplin* shirts for a rugged summer weight outfit. Short sleeve shirt has convertible collar, sport shirt tail-pants are cuffed with deep, heavy duty pockets, sturdy brass zipper! A really outstanding value. ESALE DURING PENNEY'S SUMMER CLEANUP! 2 f±f\ ""8 Boys, 11'/i on. 99 COTTON JEANS . . Continental or Unlverslty-Grad Model Continental or universiiy-uraa raoaoi I Boys' Sizes 12 to 16—Slim, Reg., Husky BOYS' WALK SHORTS...2 S51 WHITE SPORT COATS Junior Boys' Sizes 4 and 6 MIDCALF PANTS Boys' Knit Sizes 4 to 18 SWIM WEAR . . Better Aluminum and Web FOLDING CHAISE Reduced 24-inch BRAZIER GRILL . Padded Redwood CLUB CHAIR , . Heavy Duty Redwood PADDED CHAISE . Matching Drape 4.88—Pillow sham. 1.88 QUILTED SPREAD Padded Innerspring . FOLDING CHAISE FOLDING CHAIR , FOLDING CHAISE . .. 2 S3 . 1.22 8. Men's Summer Weight SPORT COATS Featherweight Blends of Dacron Polyester and Cotton. 0 Entire Stock Reduced!! Men's SUMMER DRESS SLACKS Blends of Dacron, Polyester, Wool, Rayon or Cotton, Sizes 29 to 42. 6 44 Junior Boys' Sizes 4 to 10 WALK SHORTS Boys' Sizes 6 to 18 SPORT SHIRTS Jr. Boys' KNIT POLOS , Junior Boy Capri 14.88 I 3 Big Groups!—Men's - H V lV ^f Dst _^^^_ w _ ^« ^« ^_ ^H •^^•f ^^^fe. SUMMER SUITS Blends of Dagron Polyester and Rayon or Cotton. All Cotton. 15- $ 23- $ 27 SHORT PANTS SETS Men's Broadcloth Print SPORT SHIRTS . Men's Sleeveless Knit MUSCLE SHIRT . , 1 Group Men's Betler ^^^^^^^^^•^••••^^•^^^•^^•••••^^•^^^^^^^•••••••••^••••••••'•••'•'•••••••*PW' — ''* -l-l ***'"^^™"™™"™'™**""™*" — •"""^"^^•^"••"^^^^^^^^^^^ * V-4 **••»+1 J *'**-,»» O *-«uvi»-. T^ J ODHDT COIDTO Or, Entire Stock Reduced!! Mens ARn ARf| j AA >|OrUKI OlllKId . . • L WALK SHORTS „ 9 50 "-3 50 -4 44 *«™« »<*'* YYML.r\ onviii^ . . & u t ^j^j WEAR . B 1 w ^2 44 -3 44 Continental or University Grad Men's Terryclolh 22.88 7 0Q .00 . 14.88 . 3.22 . 6.44 CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR EAST AUTON I PBNNEY'S Shop 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. MONDAY through SATURDAY EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Intersection pfU,S. Highway §7 and Niagara Avenue ...... .... . „ -. ,v--.'- V_w_WJA^V.V.V.-r,.--l%-'JJ'^JL^^ . 1.22 2-1.00 . 77c 2-1.00 . 2.99 . 88c 4 ° 5.00 NO IRON—EMBOSSED ^ __ I DC* All' I AAV ETC COTTON BED SPREADS , . Q 88 • E*S! JflCKETS MATCHING PILLOW SHAMS , 1, MATCHING DBAPE& 3,88 3 Men's Novelty PLAY STRAW HATS BUY ONE PAIR GET SECOND PAIR ALL STYLES ARE ON DISPLAY RACKS—JUST PICK OUT ANY SHOE YOU LIKE AND TRY IT ON... BUY ONE PAIR OF WOMEN'S SHOES AT REGULAR PRICE, GET THE 2ND PAIR UP TO EQUAL VALUE, FREE! UNBELIEVABLE BUT TRUE! w SPECIAL GROUP WOMEN'S SHOES Values to $10 $fl U.S. KEDETTES • New Styles • Washable Reg. to $5.99 $047 i> i' i' CHILDREN'S RED GOOSE SHOES VALUES TO 7.99 Yanigans A School Chums VALUES TO 5,99 4.97 3.97 ALL MEN'S SHOES WORK tt DRESS 20% Off! SYD'S Sn • FREE PARKING AT REAR » USE OUR REAR ENTRANCI

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