Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1958 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT Vote Drive State ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, JULtf 8,1958 SchoolBonds By WOt K. CHAMBERLAIN Tflejtfiph Correspondent SPRINGFIELD, HI.—Campaign Organization plans are under way to put over the $248 million bond JgMie for the financing of a build Ing program at state colleges and welfare institutions at the November statewide election. Gov. William G. Stratton says educational institutions and alumni are working on them. Literature and speeches will emphasize the need oi the bond issue. Stratton told a press conference last week that the proposition which needs a majority of the total legislative vote to become law is being studied with a view to emphasizing its importance to voters. Purpose of the bond issue is to make more funds available in a shorter time to construct much needed buildings at schools of higher education and mental institutions. The bond issue would provide funds to relieve overcrowded conditions by making permanent improvements at state institutions now tinder the jurisdiction of the "State Welfare Department, the University of Illinois Board of Trustees, the State Teachers College Board and the Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Proceeds from the bond issue are to be divided as follows: $81 million to the Department of Welfare; $80 million to University of Illinois poard of Trustees; $41 million to Southern Illinois; and $40 million to the Teachers College Board. It sets up a Building Bond Board of the Governor, the attorney general and the state treasurer. The bonds, retireable in 25 yean, will pay not more than 4 per cent , About Elections The governor is still of a mind to take each Illinois election as 't comes. He declines to say whether he will be a candidatef or re-election or for U. S. Senator in 1960. He had been asked what he thought about holding one office and running for another such as U. S. senator, or a U. S. senator running for governor. He said that it all depended on the situation. When asked if this meant he might be a candidatef or U. S. senator two years hentp, he laughed and said: "I like to look at each election as it comes up" referring to 1958. The question as to what he thoughtof an official holding office while running for another, appeared to have to do with U. S.! Sen. William Knowland of California running for governor of the west coast state. Rev. Phillips Expected At Calhoun Saturday HARDIN-The Rev. L. M. Phillips of Bridgeville, Pa., will arrive here Saturday with his wife and 18-month-old son, Larry, for a three-day stay. Mr. Phillips, a candidate minister, will conduct services Sunday at the Presbyterian Churches in Hardin and Kampsville, and congregational meetings will take place later in the week to act on the possibility of calling him to the local churches. Mr. Phillips is a 1955 graduate .of Western Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania, and he has been caring for a small mission church near Pittsburgh. While in Hardin, the Phillips family will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aderton. HARDIN — Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Byrd and son, David, are expected to arrive in Calhoun County the end of this week from Roswell, New Mexico, where they have made their home for several months. When they return to New Mexico, they will be accompanied by their two older sons, Johnnio and Jimmie, who have been visiting relatives here .for a few weeks. HARDIN — Mrs. William Whi1- worth has returned to her home west of Hardin from St. Luke's Hospital in St. Louis, where sh« was a medical patient for a week. She is much improved. Fidelity FIDELITY—The monthly meeting of the Fidelity WCTU was held at the home of Mrs. Mabel Ryan last week. A basket dinner was held in Tuetken hall Friday. Those pres-j| ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Turpin of Jerseyville; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brooks of Kemper; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Huff, Miss Hazel Huff and Roger Springman of Medora, and Mrs. Muriel Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Adrain Carmon and daughter left Friday for their I home in Tennessee after staying five weeks with Mrs. Muriel Smith. Carmon is employed by the Dial Telephone System of Jack, son, Miss. || Mm. Paula Burns of Springfield called Sunday on Mrs. Muriel Smith. "Waybill" COM Abroad NEW YORK W-Bn»dway'sj| own program, "Playbill," 1* appearing in a special overseas edition it the Brucseli World's fair. II "Playbill," which is used in all White Wsy'i legitimate theaters, it twin* printed abroad la Us*, Fnww* and n«mJth. Shop In Air-Conditioned Comfort ALL STORES CLOSED UNTIL 12 NOON WED.! (Credit Dept Open for Payment* Only) FIRST TIME EVER! You've seen Sales that Featured LOW PRICE SPECIALS For Limited Hours only ... But never has there been a Limited Time Sale featuring such DRASTIC PRICE CUTS on NATIONALLY FAMOUS BRANDS . . . such as FRANKLIN UNION dares to oiler during this UNUSUAL SALE... Take advantage of these money-savers ... Some one-of-a-kind . .. some floor samples, some demonstrators ... but all Brand New and guaranteed. SIMMONS Sealy MAGIC CHEF ENGLANDER ^/ WESTINGHOUSE ON FAMOUS BRAND FANS MOBILAIRE FAN At An Unheard Off Low Price! rRoll around. Glide from room to room. Cools 4 or 5 rooms at time. High and low speeds. Guaranteed S Years :$ ^ 4% mm J ITWB-1 POS ONLY 11-INCH WESTIHOHOUSE WINDOW FAN BIO SAVim WESTINGHOUSE • BIG TWIN WINDOW FAN '44' 5 Qiiitt operating ... Easy to Install in any standard windaw ......... NOW ONLY 95 29 No Money Down 9-HR. SPECIALS AND MORE! WESTINGHOUSE AND FEDDERS VALUES! FEDDERS—6600 BTUtt. AIR CONDITIONERS .... 133 FEDDERS—1-TON, 11,500 BTU§. AIR $ CONDITIONER 220V ... 178 WESTINGHOC8E— %-TON AIR CONDITIONER, 115V ... 158 POSITIVELY NOTHING SOLD TO DEALERS NO MONEY DOWN EASY PAYMENTS Positively Nothing Sold to Dealers 9-HR. BEDROOM BUYSB9-HR. LIVING ROOM BUYS $129 Colonial Maplo Bodroom (3 Pioooi) S88.00 $149 Modirn Gny Bidreom (3 Pioeos) $99,00 $269 Bauott Btdroom (3 Piieoi) $158 $279 Batsott Bodroom Suitt (3 Piooos) $168 $289 Dixii Blond Bidroom (3 Pioeos) $IT8 $349 Famous Chirry Mahogany (3 Pioeoi) $229 $339 Fashion Tnnd Bodroom (3 Piooos) $239 $349 Dixio 18th Cintury Mahopny (3 Pioeos) $249 9-HR. BEDDING VALUES $34,00 Strta Innmprinf Mattross , $11.88 $49,95 Silly Innorsprinf Mattross $28.88 $49,00 Simmoni Innorsprinf Mattross $29,88 $69,95 Simmoni Innorsprinf Mattross $48,88 $79,95 Silly Innorsprinf Mattross (837 coil) $34,88 $89,00 Plastio Day-r-Nitor $32,88 $68,95 $orta OtMfortablo Duo Divan $47,88 $98,00 Enflindtr Doliixo Duo Divan $74,88 NO MONEY DOWN, FIRST PAYMENT IN OCTOBER $114.95 Simmoni Studio Coueh $77,00 $169,95 Custom-Bilt 3-Po. Sictional $98.00 $169.90 Simmoni 2-Pe, Sofa-Bid Suit! $119 $239,95 Famous Brand 2-Pe, Suiti $119 $219 Kroohlor *-Po, Suiti $127 $198 Custom-Bilt 2-Pc, Suiti $136 $229 Kroohlor 2-Pe, Sofa-Bid Suiti $137 $259 Stylo-Craft 2-PC, Foam Rubbor Suito $167 $279 Hido-Away 2-Po, Sofa Bod Suiti $177 $289 Soaly Foam Rubbor Sliipir $187 $267,96 Simmoni Hido-A-Bod $195 9-HR. DINETTE BARGAINS $45,50 Wroufht Iron Dinottos (5 Pioeos) $24,88 $69,95 Chromi Extension Dinette (5 Pieces) $38,88 $84.95 Chromi Extension Table and 4 Chairs $54,88 $119,95 Chrome Extension Table and 6 Chairs $68.88 $139,95 Wroufbt Iron I Wood Grain (7 Pes.) $88,86 9-HOUR SPECIAL 6-Pieec REFRIGERATOR SET Limit 1 Set to customer 88 ••HOUR SPECIAL Long Handle CAR MOP Limit 1 to customer 98 9'HOUR SPECIAL Ladies' UMBRELLAS Astorted Colors Limit I to customer 98 PLATFORM ROCKER Reg. 29.95 12 NO MONEY DOWN Here is a FULL-SIZE Rock. er with heavily upholstered arm, and deep-down comfort spring seat. Designed in plastic and fabric. OTHER CHAIR SPECIALS! EASY TERMS! $24.00 Decorator Designed Swivel Chair .........' $ 13.81 $39.50 Swedish Modern Chair $21.88 $59.95 Modern Recliner Chair $38 J8 $59.00 Platfoam Rocker and Ottoman (Plastic and Fabric Combination) $34.88 9-HR. TV SPECIALS BIG 21 INCH SYLVANIA TELEVISION $ 75 (Reconditioned) BIG 21 INCH SYLVANIA CONSOLE TV 98 $; (Reconditioned) Famous Brand AJtxondtr Smith, FirHi, Rexbury, Etc. JUVENILE FURNITURE VALUES DINING ROOM BUYS, HMD " KIT WHILE THEY LAST! ODD LIVING ROOM TABLES $A88 NO MONEY DOWN 9HR. SPECIALS IN FAMOUS BRAND FLOOR COVERING Som* one-of-a-kind ... Mahogany, oak ietj. Floor samples... Real bargains! Values to $19.95 4 $18,95 Larfi Sl» Play Pen $H,88 $29,50 Quality Hifh Chair $12,88 $36,50 Sterklini Baby Crib $21,88 $42,50 Quality Full-Panel Crib $28,88 $49,50 Children's Wardrobe $32,88 $439 Beautiful Oak Suiti (9 Pieees) $296 $479 9-Pieoe Suiti in Modern Desifn $388 $489 Italian Provineial Dining Room (9 Pes,) $386 $596 18th Century Mahofany Suiti (9 Pes,) $448 FREE PARKING AT ALL STORES $r, Louli Sftrti 0|Mi tt f P. M. Nlttly Illmoil Stortf Opoa It 9 P. M. Mot. ft Frl. ALTON, ILLINOIS 300 East Broadway 9 HR. STEEL CABINET SPECIALS $ 14.95 All Steel Wall Cabinet $7.48 $ 14.95 Formica Top Cabinet Rait $7.81 114.95 Double Door Utility Cabinet ,., $7.11 (14.95 AlUStftl Wardrobe $7,11 $19.95 54" Wall Cabinet . • ••••••••>••, • »«,,*, .. .$9,96 $24.50 All-Steel W«rdrobf , $ I Ml 9 4.0S Cottoji Rui« <«7"x48") $ 6.0S Cotton Augt (8'xB') .... $39.05 Cotton Loop Kugi *70.00 AxmiiWter Riw <»xl8) 180,0* Axmiiuter Bugs (0x12) 108.0* Tweed Broadloom Itu* 1100 Axmiiuter Bug (0x19) . 1180 All Wool Curved Hug ... .1 4.88 >• 4.18 ,114.88 .154.88 ,••4.88 .IT4.88 FRANKLIN BROS Downtown, St. Louis, Corner ot Eleventh and Franklin Avenue Maplewood, Missouri, 7SU9 Manchester at Big Bend Road EAST ST. LOUIS, 227 COLLINSVILLE AVE

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