PAGE FOURTEEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 19a6 Tries To Make Infant Comfortable ;WrecksCar POTTSVrLLE, Pa. i.Ti—"A mother's attempt to make her infant rode in the family autn resulted | She iv->ti(-pd the win glaring into in the child's death, polico said, (the child's ryrs. Officrr Howard Rarick of near-! As shr tried to move the baby, by OrwiRsbwg said Mrs. Anna! the nulo mminled a curb and Shoener was driving near her home with 5-week-old Janet Klaine daughter more comfortable as they propped on the seat beside her. suffered fractures and cuts. nrk n free, fatally injuring the child. Hariek said. Mrs. Shoener Annual August Lay-a-way SALE! Fall & Winter COATS Buy Now! Save Cashmere Blends—Wools—Tweeds Martinique; from $ 39 60 A small deposit will hold for later delivery. INC. ALTON COFFEE BREAK—Pickets David Ruiz and Alberto Esquivcl (loft to right, standing) take time out in Corpus Christ!, Texas, Wednesday, for a cup of coffee as picket captain Adam Gonzales reads newspaper headlines of the industry-wide aluminum strike. A picket line formed in front of the main gate of the Reynolds Metals San Patricio plant following midnight strike of aluminum workers affiliated with the United Steelwork- Photo) 11 From Area Enlist in Navy During July Eleven men from Alton area enlisted in the United States Navy, during July, at the recruiting office in City Hall. Four SERVE HOT... SERVE COLD, enlisted for air training, three for electronics, one for journalism school, and two for general service. The recruiting office announced today the Navy now offers 1,100 separate specialties .each related to a civilian job. Following are the enlistees: From Alton — Albert John Weirich, 1008 E. Seventh; William Henry Coleman, Seminary road; John Miller, 2616 Clawson; Otto Floyd Berg Jr., 2609 Kirsch; Frank Joseph Belitto Jr., 637 Elfgen. Bunker Hill — Robert Lee Barnes, Rt. 2. Bethalto — John • Class Jr., Rt. 1. Cottage Hills — James Hanford Wright, 33 S. William; Gene Voyles. Grafton — Coy Short Jr. Jerseyville — Julous Arnold. 119a State St. (re-enlisted). Nationally Famous BERK-LINER Multi-Position Recliner in 100% NYLON and PLASTIC EXACTLY AS PICTURED Regularly J89.75 SALE PRICE BERKLINER ||J|ADJUSTS ITSELF *****5 AUTOMATIC ALLY >,TO ANY POSITION $ 1.25 per week or add to your present account. Hob All These Features, Too! Fo*m rubber cushions at slight extra cost. Wid« Choice of Colors. Relax In Style and Comfort In America's Most Famous Reclining Chair OPEN FRIDAY NITES UNTIL 9 P. M.—OTHER EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT 417 E. Broadway Fre« Parking Next Door East Phone 5-5541 Olin School Sets Exams For Practical Nurses The F. W. Olh. Vocational School for Practical Nurses will hold pre-admittancc examinations on Wednesday, Aug. 15, at S a.m., Alton time. The examinations will take approximately four hours to complete. The program is stale-approved and will accept applicants between the ages of 18 and , who are physically fit and who meet the educational requirements (two years of high :hool if under 30 years, and eighth grade if over 301. Students wishing to take the examination should call or write Mrs. Celt-stia Brandenburg, Coordinator, Olin Vocational School, Alton, for appointment. Vienna, Austria, hopes to be chosen the seat on a new International Atomic Energy Commission to be formed by members of the U.N. Carrollton 1'arents ,Mnrk Birthdays CARROLLTON — A potluck dinner was served Sunday at tin home of Mr. and Mrs. John Grizzle honoring Grizzle's parents. Mr and Mrs. C. L. Grizzle, on their birthdays. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Jnhnrsei 1 and family, Joe Jolmesee. Mrs. Ronald Webb, Mr and Mrs. Charles Grizzle and sons, Mrs. Herman Doerr and family. Mr. Harold Ball. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wendt. Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Grizzle and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Griz/le, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brautigam, George Lyles, Mrs. Clara Brown and Mrs. Ruby Vorhies and daughter Donna. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Grizzle received a telephone call from their son Alvin, who resides in Denver. Free China's foreign trade netted a surplus of over eight million dollars in the first five months of 1956. Clearance/ SWIM SUITS Tee Shirts - Shorts Reduced 25% INC. Alton Offers The Season's Smartesf Shoe Styles AFBTg ~ Savings In Our DRESS SHOES *2 97 Values you won't believe until you actually have them on! Every current style is represented . .». in all the new colors and leathers . . . slings, pumps, little heels, and many more . . . and at such wonderful savings you can afford several pair! SPORTS and CASUALS 2 and up Famous Dorothy Lee and Polo Club styles with all the clever design and comfy fit you love . . . presented, here at prices amazingly low! < BACK TO SCHOOL FLATS and up Just In time for the belli* (jailing you to campus and corridor . . . bright tittle styles, Home ' new, Nome Here's your chance to fill out your wardrobe at a fraction of what you'd ordinarily spend! CHILDREN'S SPECIAL $ 2 97 and up styles for growing fe«t . . . in sturdy buck-to - school and play shoes ( . . mid ill such u wide (.election your youngsters will h a v e fun just picking theirs out. BEAUTIFUL SHOfS 123 V/. THIRI> ST.
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