Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 19, 1963 · Page 3
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August 19, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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MONOAY, AtldllSf 19,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE Association Supreme Court Is Adequate •*• <M. Tlie American finr Assn. opposes formation of the proposed "Court of the Union," Walter fi. Craig, president of the nssocla. tlofi Aid IH St. Louis Saturday. Craig was In St. Louis tor a televised panel discussion with nrea attorneys. Included on the panel was Alton attorney Harry Marshall. In a conference with newsmen, following his appearance on KMOX - TV, Craig said that "Ihc (present) judicial process in the United Stales is adequate in every Instance." The proposed Court of the Union, composed of chief Justices of the 50 stale supreme courts, would be established by olio of three ammeiidmciits to I h e constitution urged by a member of conservative and "states' rights" groups. The "super court" would have the authority to review and reverse Supreme Court decisions. In addition to the national bar association going on record several weeks ago as formally opposed to the three proposed am- mendmenls, Craig pointed out that local and state bar groups throughout the country have enacted resolutions opposing the measures. Craig said that as far as he knew, the Madison County Bar Assn. was the only one to conduct a formal debate on the proposals prior to enacting a resolution of opposition, On other current issues, Craig expressed the fear that last week's extradition of former Venezuelan dictator Marcos Perez Jimenez to face trial on embezzlement charges in his native land "very well might" set a precedent. Jimenez' extradition by the United States is the first time In the history of the United Slates that the Justice Department has permitted extradition of a former chief executive of a nation to face trial. Asked the bar association's views on President Kennedy's proposed civil rights legislation package, Craig indicated that the group had not formally consid- Apartment Of Woman Is Wrecked Alton police today are searching for a vandal who entered and completely wrecked an apartment of a woman who was out of town Saturday. Three shot guns atid a rifle were damaged beyond rebalr, clothes were thrown out of drawers and the television set was turned over and wrecked. Police said entry to an apartment occupied by Nettie Stemm, 504 Williams St., Allon, was gained through a screened window. The shot gun barrels apparently Alton Schools to Transfer More Than 500 This Year were put on the bent by bracing floor and then a foot against DISCUSS BAR PROGRAM Waltcr E. Craig, center, president of tho American Bar Assn., discusses programs of the group with Alton ai>-, torriey Harry Marshall, right, and Par- ered tho measures as it avoided making a practice of becoming involved in pending legislation, concerning itself with laws already In force and their interpretation. Craig, a Phoenix attorney, was in St. Louis as a guest of the St. Louis Bar Assn. which sponsored his television appearance. ker Wheatley, KMOX-TV public affairs director. Craig and Marshall participated in a televised panel discussion Saturday. Turkist Government Arresls Leftists ISTANBUL, Turkey (AP)-The Turkish government, operating under martial law since an abortive coup last May 21, has rounded up 40 leftist critics in secret weekend raids. Army authorities declined comment. Catholic Leader Asks Civil Rights Support PHILADELPHIA (AP) The president of the National Catholic Liturgical Conference has called upon the 8,000 members of his organization to take an active part in the civil rights protest march Aug. 28 In Washington. The appeal was contained in a letter to conference members released today by the Rev. 'Gerald Sloyan, conference president. NAACP Will Discuss Mass Meeting Plans Alton chapter of NAACP ha: scheduled its regular weekly meet ng for 8 p.m. Tuesday at 320 W "ourth St. Final plans for a mass meeting vill be discussed, a spokesmar said. Twist Kills Girl ROME — Police are holding the father of. a young Italian girl who died of a heart attack while dancing the twist. Q.Yow mean there's «««&. no check-out line? A. No, m'aro! Not at YOUNG'S. We believe check-out lines belong in supermarkets, not in department stores. We won't annoy you while you are shopping, but our competent salespeople can really be of help when you need it, In short-we treat people like customers ,., because we care, them and pulling up, police said. Weekend Thieves Hit Service Station Twice Al Seago, operator of Seago's Sinclair Service, 2320 Washing- on Ave., found his service station was broken into twice over he weekend and $217.27 in change is missing. Seago discovered one entry Sunday morning. Again this morning Seago found his station entered and the cigarette machine broken into. The thief entered the station both times the same way. A cardboard cover over a broken window on the side of the building was removed and the window unlocked. A total of '545 students th the 1 Alton School System will be transferred to different schools this year due to Ihe overcrowding of facilities, the Alton Board of Education announced today. The transporting of some sixth grade sludenls from Godfrey Grade School to Mark Twain Grade School In Milton covers the longest distance in the moves. The student transfers, including bus schedules, will be: All sixth grade students and 19 fifth grade students from Eunice Smith will be transferred to Lovejoy School with bus No. 23 leaving Eunice Smith at 8:25 a.m. All sixth grade students from Washington will move to Lovejoy wilh bus No. 27 leaving Washing- Ion al 8:30 a.m. All sixth grade students from Gilson Brown will be transferred )e transferred to Grafield by bus s. 17 and 20 leaving McKinley School at 8:15 a.m. One classroom of sixth grade students will remain at McKinley. Eighteen third, fourth and fifth *rade students from Horace Vlann will be transferred to Lowell School by bus 13 leaving Horace Mann at 8:18 a.m. Third grade students from Horace Mann, olher than those transferred to Lowell, will be moved to Dunbar School by bus No 7 leaving Horace Mann at 8:40 a.m. All Lowell students including six sixth - grade, five second grade, seven, first. - grade and five kindergarten students will be transferred by bus No. 3 to Hor ace Mann. All sixth grade Thomas Jeffer to Gurtield and the vated Mason School. newly actir Students in the Rte. 100 area will go to Garfield with bus No. 5 leaving Gilson Brown at 8:10 a.m. and make pick ups along Humbert Street. Students in the Tremont-Madison County area will go to MaSon School with bus No. 22 leaving Villa Marie subdivision at 7:4C a.m. Bus transportation will be provided for students who live more than one and half-mile from Mason School. A total of 77 sixth - grade students from McKinley School will son sludents will to Milton School be by transform bus No. 2 leaving Thomas Jefferson at 8:15 a.m. The bus will transport the stud onts to their new schools dai ly- Reports Generator Stolen From Car Leonard E. Bailey, 3809 West ern Ave., Allon, reported to po lice this morning the theft of generator from the engine of hi Bailey told police the car wa parked in front of his house. Read Telegraph Want AtU Dally Money Problems? • ••t, - CONSOLIDATE If you are unable to pay your paymenti, debti, af bllli when due, arrange payment* you can afford fegard* less of how much or how many you owe. One pli8* to pay. No co-signer* or security needed! ALTON BUDGET PLAN II I 300 RIDGE Bonttcd and Licensed HO 5-2911 PRESCRIPTIONS AT ^ PHARMACY are • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy 2510 State St, — North Alton — Dial HO 5-5313 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE OSLO — Norway has passed a special corporate and income tax to finance foreign trade. HIRSCH&CO P. N. HIRSCH Back School and new materials now en play. Shop now make yourself a com plete fall wardrobe. Ivy Tone Stripes and Prints, Compare to 78c values. Fine cotton broadcloth. Sanforized. Little or no Iron. 36" width. Ideal for High School and College set for blouses, shorts and shirt, tapered dresses. Abbey Flannel. Solids and Plaids by Miliken. 75% rayon- 25% acetate. Hand washable. 2-ply construction. Soft yet strong and resists wrinkles. Styled for fashion. 45" width. Mix or match the plaids and solids for fall sportswear or dresses. 1 98 Yd. Oordona. Looks and feels like corduroy. Drip-dry with little or no Ironing. 45 Inches wide in a large variety of solid colors. Ideal for fall and winter jumpers, dresses or sportswear. 00 One Special Group of Material— Closootit, Group includes summer and cotton prints. Discontinued patterns of 59c and 70c yd. materials. Hurry while the selection Is greatest. All Hirsah Stores have wide variety p/ But tons, Trims and Other Sewing Notions. llg Sqck-To-School Sale Going On! Savings In Every Deportment, 3 WAYS TO Btf y-Casfc * Charge * igyaway YD. Downtown Alton Open Mon. and Frl. "HI 8 p.m. Olher Day* 8 to 5:00 North Alton Open Every ' . Saturday 'Til 8:30 Wllihlre Village Open Every nay 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Alton Plttia Open Mon. and Frl, 'Til 9 — Other Buy* D to 5;30 Downtown Wood River Open Friday Nile 'Til 9 Other Uey« 'Til 5:30 Now at Summer Sale Prices! YOUR CHOICE: 5-po. Dining Set or 44" Buffet and Top SALE $239.50 38 x 56" Tallin extends to 86" Duxbury Side Chair, each ,. REG. $180.00 37.00 SALE $115.00 31.50 REG. SALE Two-door China Top $114.50 $06-00 44" Three-drawer Buffet 175.00 144.00 Entertaining on a grand scale or just a gathering of the clan ... the perfect setting is this native solid wild cherry dining room by Ethan Allen. It welcomes with the warmth of its beautiful lines and the painstakingly hand- rubbed finish speaks eloquently of your good taste. Show your treasures in the china top and stow your linens and silver in the buffet below ... there's a place for everything, and always room for one more at the table. (It ex« tends to 86" with two 15" leaves). You needn't stop here. You'll find many other pieces equally as beautiful and functional in our open stock collection in informal Antiqued Pine, elegant Heirloom Solid Cherry, space-saving, storage-making Custom Room Plan Units and traditional Colonial in rugged Solid Maple and Birch or gracious Solid Mahogany. See it for yourself and enjoy it for years to come. 4th & Piasa Sts, FREE PARKING- Have Your Park 'n' Shop Tickets Stamped Here! 18" Server and Hutch Top SALE 169.50 Kegulurly $310.00 Ethan Allen EARLY AMERICAN Convenient Monthly Terimu OO.Duya Same us Gush, ^^

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