Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 4, 1971 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, January 4, 1971
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In the military Alton Evening Telf^rnph Monday, Jan. 4, 1971 A-9 2 get Bronze Stars Two area servicemen have been awarded the Bronze Star while serving in Vietnam. Sgt. David Downing, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Downing of Cottage Hills, received the mdeal while serving with the America! Division near Chu Lai Vietnam. Downing also holds the Silver Star and the Purple Heart. He is a 1967 graduate of Civic Memorial High School. Spec. 4 Larry C. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Miller of Alton received the award for outstandingly meritorious service as a crewmeirber with the 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam. . During the same ceremony, he received the Army Commend at ion Medal for meritorious service in Vietnam and the Air Medal for meritorious service while participating in aerial flight. He graduated from Alton High School in 1968. "" In other news of the Army, Don Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Williams, of Alton, recently was promoted to Spec. 4 while serving in Alaske. His wife Nancy also resides in Alton. Robert Sholtis, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sholtis, G i 11 e s p i e . was recently promoted to Sgt. while serving with the army in Thailand. His wife Regina, lives in Gillespie. Sgt. Dean Bostick, son of Mrs. Shirley Bostick of East. Alton, recently received the Army Commendation Medal while serving in Vietnam. The segeant is a 1958 graduate of Bunker Hill High School. His father, Irving W. Bostick, lives in Bunker Hill and his wife Gaye, lives in East Alton. Spec. 4 Greg P. Friemann, son" of Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Griemann, East Alton, just returned to Fort Ord California, after spending the holidays home with his family. In news of the Navy, Seaman Appren. Everett Parks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett. N. Prrks of Alton, participated in the deactivation of Costal Squadron One in Vietnam upon completion of turnover of 89 patrol craft to the Vietnamese Navy. PO 3 C. Robert N. Foster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry R. Foster of Alton, was graduated from Naval Submarine School at the Naval Submarine Base, New London, Conn. PO 2 C. Jerry Morgan son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Morgan of Godfrey, is serving aboard the antisubmarine support aircraft carrier USS Shagri - La in Mayport, Fla. PO 3 C. Daniel Wittman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wittman of Alton and PO 3 C. Thomas Judy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Judy of Alton, are also serving aboard the anti - submarine support aircraft carrier USS Shangri- La in Mayport, Fla. In news of the Marines, Woman Marine Pvt. Carol Linebarger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Linebarger of Alton is serving at the Marine Corps Base, Quanlico, Va. Lance Cpl. Robert Hickman son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hickman of Alton is serving with the Ninth Marine Regiment at Camp Schwab, Okinawa. Pvt.Joseph Broaddus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hoyle Broaddus of East Alton, was graduated f r o m Individual Combat Training at the Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif. In news of the Air Force, Airman Danny Burnett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Burnett of Shipman, has been assigned to a unit of the Strategic Air Command at Pease AFB, N.H., for training and duty in the supply field. Airman Rex. L. Haggard, son of Mrs. Melvin J. Johnson, South Roxana, has graduated at Chanute AFB, from the U.S. Air Force jet engine mechanic course. Airman Haggard is a 1970 graduate of Roxana High School. His wife, Bonnie, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David J. Hall of Medora.' Airman Kevin Ranter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kanter, East Alton, has graduated from the Air Force aircraft equipment repairman course. Kanter is a 1970 graduate of Roxann High School. Airman James W. Whislade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Winslade of Brighton, has graduated at Sheppard AFB., Texas, from the U.S. Air Force sanitation specialist course. Winslade, a graduate of Southwestern High School received his B.S. degree in 1970 from Southern Illinois University. Airman Terry R. Bowers, son of Mrs. Winifred Bowers, Jerseyville, has completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Texas. He is remaining at Lackland for training as a security policeman. Demos like Rocky NEW YORK (AP) — Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, a Republican, has disclosed— and Hubert H. Humphrey has confirmed—that he was invited to be the Minnesotan's running mate on the Democratic party's 1968 presidential ticket. Rockefeller told newsmen Sunday he did not give the offer serious consideration— "I'm a Republican." The story was made public by Jack Bell of the Gannett News Service. Bell said he telephoned Humphrey at his home in Waverly, Minn., and was told: "He never really rejected the idea. He showed an interest in it, but he indicated that he did not think he was in a position where he could run on the Democratic ticket." The Democratic convention selected Sen. Edmund S. Muskie of Maine to run with Humphrey. Funeral procession Governor is victim SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A thief took a $700 walkie- talkie from Bruce King's car on New Year's Day while King was being sworn in as New Mexico's 21st governor. Nixon's SST plan not dead; will be issue next session WASHINGTON (ATM — The expired fllst Congress left President Nixon's supersonic 1 r ;i n s p o r t project in a legislative limbo, neither a i r 1) o r n e nor grounded, neither dead nor forgotten. One certainty is (hat the SST will keep the environment an issue and in the minds of congressmen far into the next session. Less certain is how hard Nixon, faced with an extremely tight budget situation, will fight to preserve federal subsidies for the 1,800-milc-an- hour SST p r o t o t y p e development program. Sen. William 1'roxmire, D- Wis., who battled tlie project to a standoff in the Congress that ended Saturday, has predicted the President may well drop the program entirely rather than face a new legislative defeat. Republican Leader Hugh Scott and SST backers predict the opposite, saying the new Congress will approve SST spending at about a $210- million yearly spending level. In its last clay of life, after weeks of enduring a Prox- mire-lcd filibuster, the old Congress approved a stop-gap deal and sent to its successor About 300 members of the "Outlaws" motorcycle club gathered here dviriiiu, (he weekend (o bury one of their own — "Cat-Daddy,' 'or Gene Francis Boss of the Louisville chapter. He was killed lust; week in a cycle accident. (AP Wirephoto) QUALITY CONSCIOUS? BUDGET CONSCIOUS? SHOP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD See Our Rudyet Stretching Ad Wednesday! MID-WINTER '71 CATALOG SALE! Now thru Feb. 27 Sheet Sale Ends Jan. 30th SHOP rvor AT OUR CATALOG DESK 254-4311 fennetff Eastgate Plaza Open Tonight 'Til 9 a resolution allowing federal SST subsidies to continue through March 30. Proxmire agreed to shut off the filibuster only after receiving public pledges that the question of further SST spending would get a yes-or- no vote on its merits, separate from the transportation appropriation bill in which it is contained. Proxmire had sought to finish off the SST program ever since he successfully sponsored a Senate amend- ment deleting all super-plane money from the President's budget. But he complained a stacked House-Senate conference and legislative power of such SST backers as Sens. Warren G. Magnuson, D- Wash., and Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash., were cheating him of victory. Proxmire, backed by Sefl. Gaylord Nelson, D-Wis., Insists potential environmental hazards of a fleet of SSTs far outweigh any advantage. P. N. HIRSCH & CO. jaffo ujo saving in our JANUARY SALE ENDS SAT. JAN. 9th WILSH1RE VILLAGE ALTON PLAZA PIASA CORNERS CHATEAU DES FLEURS Open Daily 'Til 9 SUNDAYS 12:30 TO 5 P.M. DOWNTOWN WOOD RIVER Open Daily 'Til 5:30 Fridays 'Til 9 p.m. C i mnrn LLnnLU (We will be MOVING into our new beautiful building on the Beltline Highway within a few days) it's YOUR SAVE BUNDLE OUR LOSS — YOUR GAIN! 444 Go On Sale 9:00 A.M. TUESDAY, JANUARY 5,1971 At Our Warehouse Store: 1636 MAIN ST. - ALTON Next to Washington Square Shopping Center • Phone 462-5890 • Check These QUALITY * ROLL GOODS * BUYS... We want to move these NOW! Size 12 x 18.6 12 x 12.9 I2x 19.5 I2x 12.9 12 x 12.2 12x22.4 12 x 13.6 12 x 12.4 I2x I9.II I2x 18 12 x 12.5 I2x 16 I2x 12.6 12x8.5 12 x 15.8 12 x 15.6 12x9.4 12x6.4 12 x 14.2 I2x 203 I2x 13 I2x 11.10 12 < I I I2x 11.10 I2x 13.10 I2x 12.10 12x6.6 10.5x4 12x8 12x8.1 I2x 16.10 12x6.10 15 x 24.6 I2x 12.3 I2x 13.7 I2x 10 12 x 16.9 Type Shag Rubber back Kitchen type Nylon Shag Rubber back Kitchen type Sculptured Nylon Sculptured Acrilan Tip Shear Acrylic Polyester Shag Heavy Sculptured Acrilan Sculptured !'odei Sculptured Kodul High-low Nylon High-low Nylon Nylon Sculpture Sculptured Nylon Sculptured Acrylic High-low Nylon Sculptured Nylon Sculptured Acrylic Sculptured Acrylic Sculptured Cadon Nylon High-low Nylon Nylon Shag High-low Nylon Rubber Back Nylon Kitchen type Sculptured Acrylic Nylon Shag High-low Nylon Sculptured Acrylic Rubber Back Nylon Kit. Carpet Spanish Design Nylon Kitchen Nylon Shag Sculptured Nylon Rubber Back Nylon Kitchen Nylon Shag Acrilan Kitchen Carpet Nylon Kitchen Carpet Color Regular Red Tones $225.00 Colonial Red $141.00 Moss Green +195.00 Colonial Red $141.00 Bittersweet Tones $1^4.00 Avocado $356.00 Tuscan Gold $ 144.00 Sauterne $164.44 Sea Moss $346.67 Avocado $240 00 A'/ocado $16500 Bottle Grean $123.00 Blue Spruce $1 14.00 Green Tones $ 99.00 Antique Gold $147.00 Tuscan Gold $186.00 Brass $ 87.50 Forest Blue $ 60 00 Tuscft.i Gold $175.50 Ivy Green $243.00 Robinhood Gieen $121.33 Tokay $128.00 Idol Bronze $102.66 Tokay $128.00 Burnished Green $147.60 Avocao? $187.00 Sienna Gold $ 69.95 Blue Spruce $ 35.00 Grecian Olive $ 97.00 Antique Gold $ 85.00 Rust & Orange $202.00 Tangerine $ 72.00 Bitter Sweet/green/go.'d '$294.00 Aqua/Olive $1/6.60 Eldorado Gold $144.00 Red Tones $1 10.00 Gold/Green/Bronzo $178.67 $ $ $ $ SALE $149.95 $ 92.50 $ 99.00 $ 93.50 $ 09.00 $178.00 $ 73.80 $ 98.67 $249.95 $139.95 $ 99.95 85.33 79.00 49.95 89.00 $119.00 $ 59.95 $ 29.95 $117.00 $169.00 79.00 76.88 79.95 76.88 99.00 99.00 29.95 17.50 49.95 39.95 $113.40 $ 29.95 $199.00 $119.00 $ 89.00 $ 159.95 $134.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ SQ. YDS. 71 89 84 101 43 96 104 133 72 59 77 138 36 101 161 126 57 348 172 54 I 16 I 19 140 I 16 I I I 144 125 74 120 86 97 46 125 70 ! 18 I 12 36 60 AND OTHERS COLOR Colonial Rod Burnished Green Whoat Gold Silver Green Sun Flower Sky Blue Apple Rod Goblin Green Caldron Copper Celadon Frosted Lime Tropic Lime Persian Moss Eldorado Gold Carnival Rod Tangarine Blue/groon/bronzo Groentonos Dark Groon lono» Ivy Groon Gold & Greon Gold Tonos Tuscan Gold Grecian Olivu Bronzo Persian Moss Bronzo Mist Toasted Orange Alpine Gruen Doop Son Carnival Rod Sienna Gold Pompoian Red Jubilee Gold Forost Bluo Cascade Gruen Avocado Rust & Brown * REMNANTS * DESCRIPTION Rubber back-Kitchen, Family room typo Rubber back-Kitchen, Family room type Acrilan Plush Acrilan Plush Nylon Shag Nylon Shag Nylon Sculpture Nylon Sculpture Nylon Sculpture Acrylic Sculpture Nylon Shag Nylon Shag Nylon Shag Nylon Shag Nylon Shag Nylon Shag Random Shear Nylon Random Shear Nylon Random Shear Nylon Random Shear Acrylic Random Shear Acrylic Random Shear Acrylic Random Shoar Acrylic Random Shoar Acrylic Random Shoar Acrylic Nylon Shag Nylon Shag Nylon Shag Nylon Shag Nylon Shag Nylon Shag Nylon Shag Random Shear Nylon Random Shoar Nylon Random Shoar Nylon Random Shear Nylon Heavy Acrilan Random Shear Spanish Design, Rubber back, Kit.,F-R Reg. Price Sale Price Sq. Yd. $ 8.00 $ 8.00 $10.00 $10.00 $ 8.00 $ 8.00 $ 8.00 $ 8.00 $ 8.00 $10.00 Over 5000 yards rpll goods In stock. This is in addition 8.00 8.00 3.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 9.00 9.00 9.00 9.00 9.00 9.00 9.00 9.00 9.00 9.50 9.50 9.50 9.50 9.50 9.50 9.50 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 $13.00 $ 9.00 to the Sq. Yd. $5.95 $5.95 $6.95 $6.95 $5.95 $5.95 $5.95 $5.95 $5.95 $6.95 $6.50 $6.50 $6.50 $6.50 $6.50 $7.00 $7.00 $7.00 $7.50 $7.50 $7.50 $7.50 $7.50 $7.50 $7.95 $7.95 $7.95 $7.95 $7.95 $7.95 $7.95 $4.95 $4.95 $4.95 $4.95 $10.50 $7.00 remnants listed. upenor nteriors

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