Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1963' ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE ELEVEN Courts Are Updated by Amendment SPRINGFIELD, 111. (Special) — The Judicial Reform Article amending the Illinois Constitution will bring the state's court system into the 20th century, said Gov. Otto Kerner Tuesday night at the annual dinner of the Coutt- ty Clerk's Assn. at Springfield. Citing various changes that will be made In the system, the governor said that cases will be d patched more rapidly because the streamlined-structure of the court system will eliminate the confusion often caused by a multitude of courts. "Those contemplating litigation need no longer ponder which court their particular case should enter," he continued. 'All trial cases will now be under the Circuit Court, with appeals on a direct basis, either to the Appellate Court for most cases, or to the Supreme Court for specific cases. A new flexibility in the use of judges will result in gigantic strides in erasing the enormous backlog of cases presently smothering many courts, the governor said. Under the Judicial Reform the Supreme Court has the authority to assign trial judges temporarily to overburdened courts and this use of judges where needed will result in much faster action for trial cases, many of which have been pending for several years. Gov. Kerner also pointed out that the judges, by being allowed to seek re-election on their own record, without opposition or party designation, will be freed from partisan politics. He said that the simplicity and flexibility of the new system, along with a sharp reduction in the number of appeals, will result in a savings to persons involved in court cases. The savings, he added, will also be felt by taxpayers as court time for each case is diminished. Two Honored at Graf ton Dinner GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dabbs entertained at a birthday dinner at their home Sunday honoring their daughter, Mrs. Darrell Kanallakan ot Grafton, and their nephew, David Dabbs of Alton. Others present were: Mrs. David Dabbs and daughter, Theresa Lynne, Alton; Darrell Kanallakan and daughter, Debra Lynne; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Dabbs, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schallenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dabbs and Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Thompson. Attend School GRAFTON — A group from the Grafton Methodist Church attended the school for Christian workers at the Niedringhaus Methodist Church in Granite City, last week. They were: The Rev. Kenneth Taylor, Bill Stephens, Mrs. Roy Schallenberg, Mrs. Charles Pellikan>and Mrs. John Bradfisch. , PTA Workshop GRAFTON — Mrs. W i 11 i a m Stephens, Mrs. Vincent Jacobs and Mrs. Edward Fry went to JerseyviUe Monday evening where they attended the PTA District workshop at the. West Elementary Grade school. Past Matrons to Meet GRAFTON — The meeting of the Past Matrons Club of the Grafton OES which was postponed last week by the death of Roy Stevens, father of Mrs. Max Wieneke, worthy matron, will be held Friday at the home of Mrs. W. K. Wieland. Graf ton Notes GRAFTON — Mr. and Mrs. William Stephens and family spent the weekend in Havana where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stephens. Mitchell Carey of Bastrop, Tex., visited Monday and Tuesday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Carey. ALTON PLAZA and WILSHIRE VILLAGE STORES ONLY! Ben Frankliri DOLLAR STRETCHER DAYS! ffofrfs 76 Dresses JUMBO GARMENT BAG • Quilted Plastic • 29-Inch Zipper They keep your closet neat . . . clothing dust-free. Wipe-clean plastic with quilted front, two-hook steel frame. Pink, turquoise, gold. HERE'S SOMETHING TO TALK ABOUT! 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