Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 25
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 29, 1963
Page 25
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^»^.j»a»»—j^—i-t—i • DISCOUNT I FRESH DRESSED WHOLE \ PRICES! POOD LINES #ALBY Alton's Finest • Pine for BafB-Q • Split Fryers • 29c •BREASTS..sac • Chicken . Legs & Thighs L 49c HAM SLICED OR HALF—98c LB. ALWAYS FRESH GROUND BEEF . . 3 SANDWICH TIME—LARGE BOLOGNA . . . 3 HOMEMADE SEASONED PORK SAUSAGE . . .4 Lbs, Lbs. $100 1 Lbs $1 00 ri PORK SPARE- Forbes OA«t » Lb. Can 02P A-G Round IODIZED Box ARMOUR'S THICK SLICED BACON 2 Lb. Box in Canister full* :_"l I/I Ml Wotdd SpwdRmd Lake Job GRADE "A" MEDIUM Dozen ANGEL FOOD—REG. 39c LARGE SIZE CHARCOAL BRIQUETS . . 20 u, CHARCOAL LIGHTER . „ 29° BOOK MATCHES . .11 10° POTATO CHIPS .... ££,„ P,,,, 39c HEINZ VOLK'S (GERMAN STYLE PICKLE) GURKEN . . . £°' KRAFT'S STRAWBERRY 39o CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP . 3 < 4Sc PRESERVES . . .3 '!*• I NABISCO—DATE NUT—PECAN SHORT BREADS 2,^89c LUCKY STRIKE TUNA . CHUNK M $1 00 STYLE l l Cans 1 SUNKIST JORANGES m SEEDLESS SCRAPES • JONATHAN ™R, $100 llt*t«lf(«(lt 3 D 2 - 29 4 - 49' U. S. No, 1 RED POTATOES 10 • 49 WASMtK6fOM .(At*)**A.bill designed to speed twfrfc <ffi the fiewd Lake, 111., project, Is expected to be signed soott by President Kon nedy, Rep. Kehtteth J. Gray, t>- 111., said today. The bill, introduced by Gray, was passed Wednesday by the Seriate and sent to tile White Mouse. Hie Mouse previously had cleared the measttt'e. Hie bill authorises Army engineers to credit local interests against their required $6,031,000 contribution tor any work done by them on the project prior to Ul6 time the engineers get the project under actual construction. Under the engineers' procedures, Gray explained, such credit cannot be given unless the project is in the construction stage—any point 18 months to two years n\vay. Gray snid Interstate 57 now is under construction in the ai-en but will have to be abandoned because ol tile planned reservoir. He said local interests are prepared to proceed with tills work but cannot be sure of getting credit against their required expenditure without modification by Congress of its authorization for the water project. Total cost of the project near Benton, 111., is estimated at 535.5 million. The public works appropriation bill, under consideration by Con- ress, contains $501,000 for pre- coiistruction planning of the project. Sen. Paul Douglas, D-I11., has asked that an extra $10,000 be specifically earmarked for construction. Gray explained that the $6,031,000 local share of the total cost is allocated for water supply from the reservoir, the balance of ibout $29,000,000 will be borne by :he federal government. He said • the modification provided by the bill should speed up he project and not hold up work on the interstate highway. ' The project calls for a rolled- larth dam on Big Muddy River vith a reservoir of 302,500 acre eet. An acre-foot is an acre covered by one foot of water. Two small impoundments also vould be provided on two of the ipper arms of the reservoir for vildlife conservation. Concessions Made in School Siiit .CHICAGO (AP)-The Board of Education has made major concessions to Negro demands, paving the way for out-of-court settlement of a suit that charges racial segregation in the public schools. ...'.• By unanimous vote, the 10 members agreed Wednesday to appoint a panel of five outside experts to make a sweeping study of the school system and to present; plans for eradicating any racial segregation it may find. The action was hailed by a board member as a milestone. The board, in another unanimous vote, also decided to remove: 19 mobile school units from a South Side area where Negroes have picketed, sometime violently. The mobile units will be moved to three nearby schools. The board promised to speed construction of a permanent school in the area. Negro leaders have charged the mobile units perpetuated second- class educational facilities for Negroes. The recommended panel included Dr. John Hannah, president of Micliigan State University and head of President Kennedy's Civil Rights Commission. The others were Philip Hauser of the University of Chicago; Sterling W. McMurrin, former U.S. commissioner of education; James M. Nabrit Jr., president of Howard University, arid Lester W. Nelson of' the Ford Foundation. Lawyers for 23 Negro parents who filed the federal suit charging de facto segregation said the suit would be withdrawn today. Paul Zuber, New York attorney who handled the suit against the board, said: "The people of Chicago should realize that what lias taken place here today might create a precedent in Northern cities. Board member Raymond Pasnick, who frequently tangles with school officials, called the move "a real milestone." The settlement was worked out in two days of sessions between Zuber and Thomas M. Thomas, attorney for the board. Negro organizations have conducted sit-ins and picketing to try to force the school board to set up open enrollment, whereby any pupil could attend any school-in the city. Chicago schools now are open only to residents of the surrounding neighborhood. Negroes charge this results Jn de facto segregation, and that school boundaries are sometimes gerrymandered to preserve racial segregation. Requiem Mass Sung FOP Mrs. Collet* Requiem High Mass <vns sting at 11 a.m. today to SS. Pete? add Paul's Catholic Church f&f Mrs. Henrietta Cotter. Msgif. 3. Jf. Maggerty ^s cfeletfant. the Rev. Father Richard Pewdotto officiated at committal rites in St, Patrick's Cemetery. Pallbearers were diaries Helfit*, Prank Meinta, Thomas Gavlfi, Joseph firoderick, SarH Cotter and Med Elroderlck. lit Sh Joseph's MSjr. lames 'A. Suddes was celebrant of the Requiem High Mass at 9 o'clock this morning in St. Mary's Catholic Church for Rudy Cnrtrtofra. Ite also «f. flcfdied «t commits) rites Ifl 8t. Joseph's Cemetery. pallbearers \v6re Josfeph Mot-ales Jr., Michael Motfiles, Robert Antrobus, Cnrl Buckwotth, jbseph jablonski, and Raymond Otero. General Conspiracy TEHRAN — Two army generals have been sentenced to two years in jail at liard labor (or conspiracy wjth contractors. Enjoy the Labor Day weekend more by getting all your holiday food needs at A&P! And take the labor out of saving money. Stock up for the long weekend.. 4 save holiday cash... Plaid Stamps, too... especially when you select quality-famous AaiP Exclusive: oven- fresh Jane Parker Baked Foods, Ann Paga Fine Foods, and freshly-ground A&P Coffeo. ANN PAGE Fine Foods Salad Dressing QUART JAR Nicest thing that ever happened to salad! You'll love its sprigfrUfc jus*- made flavor, its nuldlytart tang, Get a jar today... and SAVBI ANN PAGE RED RASPBERRY or BWCKBERRY ANN PAGE Preserves 2£*69< Beans JUMBO SIZE 2-lB, 9'OZ. CAN WITH PORK AND TOMATO SAUCE Tomato Ketchup AKN PAGE Bar-B-Q Sauce ANN ' PAGE 25' s43* «•:•:•:•:*:*».*?! GOOD AND TASTY AND THRIFTY*.. JANE PARKER Baked Foods! JANE PARKER REG. 43C Bar 29 For the holiday, serve Jane Parker Spanish Bar! You'll just love this spicy cake with its juicy raisjns and luscious vanilla creme, JANE PARKER REG. 35* JANE PARKER FROSTED REG. 39t Rolls iBB's 31' BullDonuts PK/G Cherry Pie Jane Parker Large 8-ln. Reg:. 55o 45' Potato Chips Jane Parker Reg. 65o 1-lb. box 49' Hi A&P Apple Sauce 3 35-ox.' Jars $100 1 Get set for the long weekend.with the extra-thrifty three-pound bag of your favorite A&P Coffee. You'll want to serve . . . and enjoy . . .lots of this whole- bean coffee that you see ground, right in the store, to give you COFFEE MILL FLAVOR . . . 20 OFF 3-Lb. Bag c %P MILD AND MELLOW EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE Unpeeled Halve* lona Apricots Sultana ;;•: Peaches 3 ;- 89c 3 20-M Tina Swiss Cheese HOW ONLY $ l.39 You iee whole-bean Eight O'Clock ground to give you Coffee Mill Flavor! Enjoy it note, 20 CENTS /.:•: OFF the regular low price of the 3«}b. bag with the coupon below I Wisconsin SLICED REG. 75c 69 Cheese Spread ChetJ-0-Bit Cottage Cheese Ched-O-Bit American SHARP Cheese Spread Cretan Rich 2 2 Ib. loaf Ib. loaf 69' 2 A 45< 20< OFF with this Coupon I MILD ANP MELLOW EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE 3-lb. Bag 1.39 Good Thru AUGUST 3lit in all A&P FOOD STORES , Price Without Coupon $|.59 FREE IGE PRESERVER witft Wit purchoif •f o packag* of 100 win OWN TEA BA8S 15TCRS; tg 5l(tV6 YOU! W W, Edwar^M 8*. Prtefs pffwtiYf Thru Au 9 u>t jut • ' i -••' r , r *. |11 .j$Nk ,A|(|t# Woshlngtpn Square, Alfpn •i

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