Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 20, 1953 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 20, 1953
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MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1933 Boost Scetnc Hoctfl ALTON EVENING TXLIORAPM y Group Urged to Study Allon-Grafton Routing By BOW Tettgrapn CoffMpoiidefit SPRING-WELD — A proposed appropriation oi $10,000 to finance continued study by the Mississippi Scenic Parkway Commission has Men given favorable action In a Hotm committee, mttiow, the commis. lion would advance its plant for routing of the federal Canada-to- the-Gaif scenic highway through Illinois along the Mississippi River. Boosters of McAdams Memorial Highway from Alton to Ortfton have urged that river road be made • notion of the Cantda.ttvGulf BEAUTIFUL COLORS SPRING Estimate! Flninolng Q.A.A.O, Mtmber MARCAL HOME IMP. CO. 2414 E. Imdwqr. Alton fhon« 2-5915 or 2-0347 ' The start eorittttwwn tt mwh to tht tor* to the legislation, tn addition[to the judicial ntfgfm iftfele proposal, the House adtfpted • Joint resolution to lengthen the tcrtn of the sate treasurer from two yrori to -four years, same as ether state Ulcers, received new legislation catting for a state constitutional convention for the purpose of re» writing It,, and beat down a pro* posal to exempt food from the state retail sales tax. The Mouse adoption of the treasurer amendment was a victory for Oov. Stratton. Several weeks ago the Democratic minority stymied it in the House, this week it sailed through by a 13B to 0 vote. Being a proposal to amend the state con* stltutton It required approval by two thirds of the full house membership—102 votes. It now goes to the Senate, The state constitutional convention plan was offered by Rep. Jack Balrstow, Waukegan Democrat. The resolution to exempt food from the state sales tax and sponsored by more than 60 Democratic House members, was beaten In the House on a motion to nonconcur in a committee adverse stand on the measure. The vote was 74 to 81 against overriding the committee's action in killing the proposal. It now would appear to be dead for the session. A bill to increase minimum salaries for downstate city policemen progressed In the House. The House Municipalities Committee voted 22 to 4, to recommend passage after clergymen, policemen delegations and organized labor spoke for it. The Illinois Municipal League and the Taxpayers Federation of Illinois spoke against It. An identical Senate bill is oft passage stage. Gov. Stratton's bill to extend the state sales tax to service occupations was given a strenuous and lengthy hearing before the House sitting as a committee of the whole. Also up for hearing was legislation which specifically exempts service occupation from the tax. At stake They'll Jive in these smart little sport clothes done in the smart Chips and Twigs manner! And though your 4 to 12's will look like little millionaires tn these burnish-tone denims in gray, gold or garnet (with terry or plaid trim), prices are budget-easy, These sport togs are built to take the tougaest play—and they pop out ol suds looking just wonderlull Jacktt . . Cap . . , Slackf . . Play Shorts S3.tS Shlrt-pullovtr, with terry collar . $2.95 Swim Shortf . . $1.95 Shirts-white terry, plaid denim trim . $2.50 . . $1.00 . . $2,95 . . $1-95 ALL BHAND NEW THIS SEASON! t« mi tatimtttd $10 minion in an- mtal ravflflw, Bpffi mils art tnt f§80it or itMtfi fivcnuc dc rotes to apply f,fif tax to iWFI n WTiy OnVTTTpC» Opponents of the Stratten bill, who oharg«! It would impose a new tax, included Wallace M. Muttllien, Champaign, representing the till* nois State Chamber of Commerce; Leo R. Wolfe, representing the Chicago Oil Burners Associations and representatives of the Illinois Federation of RitaH Associations, State Revenue Director Richard 3. Lyons and Attorney Wllllard Ice. a revenue department advlsof, spoke for the Stratton bill. An administration truck license fee bill is expected to be offered In the Assembly In the next few weeks. Administration leaders told newsmen It will repeal an $8 mllw lion fee hike for 1984, modify current fees, restore th»« mileage tax and provide a tax for out-of-atate truckers, either through a gross receipts tax or a highway use tax. Thry were unable to any whether "modification" meant a revision upward or downward. County judges would get boosts In annual salaries under a hill which was offered In the Senate by Sen. Egbert B. Groen, Pekln Republican. Judges in downstate art now ptfd from tt\m to $0,900, depending on population. The new proposal calls for a range from M.2TJO to 111,800 in downstate and would mafce the salary of the Cook County judge equal to that paid circuit Judges. The. bill was sent to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Legislation requiring a neighborhood referendum before a House Public Mousin;. Authority project or any expansion of a project be launched, was advance- to Senate passage. Sen. Larson, the sponsor, had prepared amendments which would have made the referendum clty»wide or county-wide, according to the nature of project, but abandoned them as he discovered he had sufficient support to pass the neighborhood referendum idea. The vote to send the bill to Senate passage was 26 to 14 with two Republicans, Sens. Marvin Burt, Preeport, rind Elbert S. Smith, Decatur, votlnn with 13 Democrats. Jersey County Farm Sold for $450 Per Acre JERSEYV1LLE - Jersey County farm land sold at an all-time high for the locality during a public sale of real estate at the courthouse Saturday afternoon. At that time the 100-acre farm known for many years as the Snell farm was sold to Mrs. Wilbur Rowden for $450 an acre. The sale was held to settle the estate of the late Ray 0. Snell who had resided on the farm until his Sen. Donald O'Brien, Chicago, Democrat, cast his vote for the Larson bill. Opponents of the bill are expected to make a stronger stand in the House. FOR OFFICE FORMS PUBLICATIONS DESIGN AND ART SERVICE PRINTING COMPANY Phone 2-0044 536 E. Broadway Alton death • few months ago. The firm is situated ,oti Rt, 1« two miles west of here and Is one of the highly productive farms of the county, The farm was sold by Tom Roady Jr., as attorney for Edith Rowden, Katie Snell, Charles Snell and Hugh Snell. The purchaser is a sister of the late Ray O. Snell and daughter of the late Mr. and Mrt. Hugh §M9» JERSEYVfLLtJ — Mrs. Alvin H. Petirt artd i Kathy Aline, niotui'td to . ^^,_^ _ City, fflt FrMtay where Mn< Nntf and daughter spent the CM9 ' the tatter's grandparenta. w. 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