Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 6, 1971 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, January 6, 1971
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Alton Evening Telegraph Wednesday, January 6,1971 B-3 T» •V??) iff* A*^ $5.43 CASH NOT STAMPS r ; r r. v. 0- u' } - » i-- r <•> /, KIVVT o-^- teat's ^aw In Chir Stores?' •r* ore fev/ NEW ITEMS! ST :EIV fRUIT 'N Juice wiii: siir.r.D DOWNY FLAKE FSOZEN ll-Or. 6 ': cs7';>;i 1 oast 39c FROZEN VEC-ET^TLE OSIENT "iJT-^ [!„(>» 20-Oz. «-..! v !W,b Pl,g. ill Y J/CK 1'-' FAIRMOUNT TACO FIAVORED i, .« ( -s h:>«i ^«v Corn Clouds '£': 43c 111 ', li V%v PILGRAM FARMS • >!(' --''• ' «/ » Quart "liTi Jar dfC FROZEN BROCCOLI, FLORENTINE 'K. fc 59c ' DISCOUNT FROZEN FOODS' "Freezer ~ Ail Fries Enchiladas ^; Combination Dinner H m m m —, __ S » e «U«M s n 6-0,. An ^ UNSWEETENED A Can, 4?C CRINKLE CUTS PATIO '• 49c " 83c IA CHOY 12-Or Fkg. 3 12-0,. NOTICE! Our Coupons Expire T ues., Jan. 12 ... All Other "Ad" Items Good Only through Sat., Jan. 9 "We Reserve the Right to Limit" "NONE SOLD TO DEALERS" ICE CREAM LL'S "Blue half Valley" gal. Tomato No. Soup can 57« '11* • "5 ^.nwViULMic •» *wr . 4VTEEI wtfci. ainira IIHershey's 2 5 ^° 29c C.W, Pickles '£?«• 59c BUCKWHEAT PANCAKE MIX "«AD 'N Bu "« "CKIK Aunt Jemima 7B . lxb 65c "Fanning's" 15Jo ?' 29c MAPIE SYRUP Aunt Jemima ",.°' 70c Zesty Sauce '£• 33c Armour Chili WITH BEANS (WITH 45c COUPON) POPCORN MUSSELMAN'S white or yellow A Ibi with coupon CENTER CUTS....| b .48c S^^L 6 "!*- "CWc." - 7 Bone T'S TOMATO I'KACTICAU,y ROUND BONE SHOULDER 3lue Bonnet 'Soft 1 4c off Label C.W. SALT Plain or Iodized 'S FROZEN FAMILY PACK -B.J 2 Lbs. or More ID. /<5C Three 12-oz Kinds pkg. (with 14c coupon) Giant Pkg. Gallon Jug TRI-CITY BLEACH Chiffon Liquid " cur INTO CHOPS with 30c coupon Hunter's All Meat Skinless 12-or. Pkg. WITH 12c COUPON 1" 3 Ib. Pieces WIENERS Hunter's Sliced HEAD GOQD-N-bnCY CK CHILI WITH 20e COUPON JERSEY FARM 'f<J CR Sliced Vi/tTH 40c COUPON BANQUET (In the Meat Case) •CHICKEN 2 y 4 -lb •BEEF * '*. m •TURKEY P K 9' WITH 29c COUPON "TRI-CITY" COUPON "•' WOHIH ACf TOWAKU PULUIAit ,' CMIU Wllh BEANS •Armour ', WI1H THIS COUI'ON *-.j fu.-iiln/, Jmi. 1? £J '._^ CuiluiraT mini |iny lulm lux Involved. 4 t'! !j Ko rutciui! v > ; 'J] ra'-'^ Hurst's Navy or t ' ;'iV3 life Norllmn < V. ^ ':\..'H 11A&A Dr-AKie WITH 1H1S COUPON LIMIT ONE coupon par fuitorn«r wild ntidillonul $5.00 ot O* rncHO purthai* of mvnli, yrotefiw* or produce, not inclutliny ',jyr.not<t't Of on/ coU(jotHfcJ llurni. CUUJKJII wnpirti Tuwiduy, Jan. 12, CuLiumfti mutt pn/ toUl lux Involved. K WITH THIi COUPON <=« ^r=* Expires Tuttnluy, Jan. \'Ji I " $M<Z Cuuomor must juiy tules lax ^"^ TRI-CITY" COUPON Cublomer muil pay lales lax Involved. I OC pUKCIIASt IOMA10 K Hunts WIIH THIS COUI'ON Expiim lufctduy, Jnn I? t~ Cuttumur mull puy tulvl lux involved. c ~ i^anH f;_. Woilh fyV Toward gjf Uojih A(l< Toward £•', JU Piir/.|,-i-.-r. c> Purchase JEkSEC FAUM THIN OK THICK SMfU PACON Purchase e 1 BANQUET POT PIES BUF--CHICKEN—TURKEY TRI-CITY" COUPON TOWARD K" JUC PUKCHA56 LIQUID DEIEROLNI Chiffon WITH IHtS COUPON Iimtfuy, Jon 17 ^ Cut tome' mutt pay tulei tax Involved. *•* V^ITH THIS COUI'ON Expiut Tjetdoy, Jon. 12 WITH THIS COUPON fexpiffct Twitidui/ J jn. 12 . iiomur mutl puy talc* tax InvoK.d- ^vPffOMW^jSMvyv ?;j ^?>^f^ r '^/'^'''" .3Sfl!m^ j -'' ^ - »^fc«ta:a»rVii>^7.', \A/»' . .-.iW* 1 "!.*.-. .--*w».i.. WiwaiJCJCfcwiwa*' r M^ffi •M IM<W<J t_T Royal canine II. F. Lnnc, founder of Lane Kennels,, works with 'Siiot,' a Gerniun Short hair Pointer, that is soon to be (lie proud possession of II.M., The King- of Nepal. How <hc fume mid name ol L>anc Kcnnols at Liberal, in Western Missouri reached Nepal remains a mystery (o Lane. (AP Wirephotb) State agency to check Brighton's sewage facilities BlllGHTON — As a result of efforts by village officials 1.o upgrade Hie village sewage treatment, plant, the State Environmental Prelection Agency will make another inspection of the facility, it was learned Tuesday morn- tog- Information available at the village board meeting Monday night indicated that despite efforts to improve the facility, the ban was still to remain in effect although verbal communication with the department had indicated that some revaluation would be made. Doug Morton of the stale agency said that he had a letter from Mayor Walter Ahlemeyer enumerating the various steps taken to get the plant in acceptable operation but had not had time to act upon them. The fact that, the village has secured the services of an operator who has met requirement for class 4 certification and is currently enrolled in classes at S1U for instruction leading to a class I! classification will be given favorable consideration in any revaluation by his department, Morion said. Bclmont Scheflel passed the exnm for class 4 operator on Oct. 14. The facility was not operating at the capacity for which it was designed according to the inspection in November of 1969 which led to the ban, Morton said. Increased efficiency of the treatment plant would also be a factor in lifting the ban plus. hiring of an engineering firm to prepare plans and specifications for additional work mandatory for continued acceptance by the department. Plans must be completed by July of this year and contracts let by July of 1971. The village has made a television inspection of the sewer lines to determine If there were leaks and If so where they were. New home construction in the village has been effected by the sewer ban since additional subdivisions are not able to hook on to the sewer until the state criteria has been met; or the village has shown satisfactory progress toward meeting the criteria. The reinspcction will be made in the near future, Morton Indicated. Brighton board OKs Social Security MHKiHTON -- Kl'feclive Jan. 1 of tills year all village cni])loyes will be covered by social security the village hoard decided Monday night. This marks the first lime that village employes have been brought under the provision of the Social Security Administration and become eligible for retirement and survivor's benefits. The water department had sought the social security covenigo for its employes and Ilic village board approved the water board request and added other village employes to the list of those covered. UociimmeiulaUon of the plan committee that yellow lines lie painted on N. Main and 1'almer streets at the top signs where they intersect Hie. (»'/ and that the state be asked for aid in providing signals at the three - way inlersedion which is regarded as a hazardous one, was accepted. Purchase of a public address system for the Civil Defense vehicle from Harbor Sales for $U)8, to include installation and maintenance, was approved. Also approved was installation of four additional fire phones with, the $151) per M cost to be shared by the Brighton and Betsey Ann Fire Departments, The village clerk was Instructed to ask Theodore Shiikofsky about his target dale for completion of streets in the Belvedere subdivision under the village subdivision ordinance. Use of the municipal building at no charge on Feb. :> for the visit of the bloodmobile was granted on request of Mrs. Evelyn Cardinal, blood chairman. The board also passed a ban on serving of alcoholic beverages of any kind either in the municipal building or on its premises. Anno u n c e m out of the fireman's supper at (5:30 p.m. on Jan. 16 was made with members of the plan committee and their wives to be guests. Postmistress retire* MT. CLARK — Mrs. Armeda Guerzoni, postmistress at Mt. Clare post office for 35 years, retired from that office at the end of December, because of the mandatory retirement age of 70. The post ofifce will remain at the present location, Mrs. Guerzonis grocery store. V 1'

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