Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 23, 1960
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THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH mew Bargains low Traimoad ONLY SATURDAY AND FRIDAY If fry/ Wo matt er Phone Orders! 18 Specially Selected Bargains to Make Thrifty Shoppers Come A-Running! *1 Down Delivers Any Item! Full-Size Recliner Chair adjusts automatically to any comfortable position! New styling upholstered in combination fabric and plastic for long wear. SI DOWN 6" United States Foam-Rubber Mattress and Box Spring Foundation! Closely woven-stripe cover, excellently constructedl Choose your set in full or twin sizel si DOWN Genuine Tangier Mahogany Veneered Mr. and Mrs. Dresser with king-size scuptured Shadow-Box Mirror, full-size Bookcase Bedl Matching 4-Drawer Chest extra! $99 SI DOWN cVPc. Living Room Accessories. Two 30" Table Lamps, large Ashtray, 2 limed Oak Step Tobies & Cocktail_ 33 Si DOWN Famous Brand Apartment Size Gas Range with fully insulated full- width oven. Yours tomorrow and Saturday for .................. Shaded fawn mahogany, plasticized finish. 6-Drawer Double Dresser plus Tilt Mirror, Bookcase Bed. Chest extra. SIOOWM 66 Si DOWN 2 Sectional Sleeper-Sofas seat 6, sleep 41 Metallic tweed cover. Plus Corner Table and Table Lamp, just_ $99 $tpOWM 2'A H.P. 22" Cut Power Mower with Clinton Engine. Recoil Starter and Steel Deck. Touch 'n Go Controls! si DOWN 7-Pc. Dinette in Chrome and Plastic! 36" wide Inlaid table extends to 60". SIX plastic-covered chairs. Si DOWN Danish Modern Lounge Sleeper with 100% Foam reversible cushion, 2 foam bolsters. Textured cover, just _ 66 SI DOWN. 11-Pc. Youth Room Group! 2 Beds, Ladder, Guardrail, 2 Chests, Desk in Limed Oakl 2 Seoly Mattresses, 2 Springs! $99 Si DOWN Iomoyi Nome Inneripring Mattress e> Matching Box Spring, full or twin •lit. Tempered steol coils, ACA tick. Viko Sofa, 2 Arm Choirs! Bronze plate frames, selMtveling leg, plastic cover. All 3 piects for only _ . '66 SI DOWN Modern Bedroom in plosticized mahogany finishl 7-Drawer Triple Dresser, Mirror, Bookcase Bedl Chest extral 9x12 iroedioom KUQ m wevee •odern tweed textures! Perfect 1. Your* for only $33 Famous Name 17" Portable TV with eluminized picture tube, handle! 156-sq.-in. viewing area. For 2 Dayi SI DOWN Ceneroj DuroGUu lined and Fibtrglos insisted water Htoter. Automatic Thtrmottot for , •66 Co-ordinated 5-Pc. Group. Sofo-Bed in mttollic tweed mokes i«ner»pring b*d fo/ 2. Choir, OHomon, 2 $99 H 1M IU»Wf*T| Ultlil NOMIIUSMIIMfl OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT So You Con Shop With th« Family Broadway I Plata, ia Allan, UL 200 MUas FIEE Oallvary fr Aid for, fituinetf Urged ^U « ^*._gufcg^^^|y|^U *h..f wAaHINO'rofl «•» «r for MW fsfMttl 0 (U'olftct Sflttii nou *'flp||' 'raids by powerful was cited by Rep. MwvDl PWW (Dam., fl!.). Specifically thtrs it • legislation giving nmffl J«M lit rlei legal irwtnmnrrts tor Ing themselves sg&iflft price slashing by large, tollzed national M> MrtMHl 4M* rt« that enter "am siter net, for a short period* Ifflfl unMNttt local firm*' prices to JtVtll ft which neither can make • profit, Price declared. The Gait St. Louis cOHftttluan made these points aahrtttttfled before the House Interstate and , Foreign Commerce Committee in Washington on his bill to prohibit sale* at such "unreasonably low prices" as would "substantially lessen competition or tend to create a monopoly." His bill, Price pointed out, would not outlaw "legitimate tpedal sales In accordance with accepted practice." It would not "outlaw sales below cost per sc." Its objective, he told the committee, was to give the small local business firm, including dairies, a means of defense against "certain discriminations in price and sales at below-cost rates that can properly be held to be unreasonable," as tending to promote monopoly. Under the bill, he continued, the small business firm that felt unfairly attacked would have "the right to file a civil suit in federal court for Injunctlve relief and would also have the right to sue tor triple damages under federal law." The Federal Trade Commission would also be given "fresh powers to take action on its own account to halt the prohibited practices," Price said. Louis Edward Lemp Gets Law Degree Louis Eduard Lemp, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lemp Si., of 1627 Joesting Ave., has been awarded a bachelor of laws degree from the University of Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Lemp and Karl H. Lemp, brother of the graduate, attended the commencement in Champaign. Lemp was a 1950 Alton High School graduate and was awarded a bachelor of arts degree from Illinois in 1954. From 1954 to 1956 Lemp was on active duty with the U.S. Army in Japan. Prior to completion of his tour of duty, Lemp was awarded the U.S. Army Commendation Ribbon with pendant by Maj. Gen. E. J. McGaw for meritorious serv- icp in the Japanese theater of operations. Lemp is planning to take the Illinois state bar examination in September. Jesse Farmer Given $5,800 Scholarship A former Alton boy, Jesse Farmer, the grandson Of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hood, 2630 Watalee Ave., has been awarded a $5,800 scholarship to Wabash College at Crawfordsville, Ind., where he will major in pre-medical studies. The son of Mr. and Mrs: Jesse H. Farmer, 3616 Pine Tree Court, Lincolnshire Addition, Toledo, Ohio, he was awarded the scholarship on the basis of competitive tests taken by 224 boys from 11 states. The scholarship was one of five awarded. At present young Farmer is on a European tour and will visit England, France, Belgium, Germany and Italy. His aunt is Mrs. Arthur B. Cox of 2630 Watalee in Alton. Shipman SHIPMAN - Mrs. Anna Hardin entertained relatives at her home Sunday. Her guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardin and family of Oklahoma City, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hardin and daughters of St. Louis; Mi-, and Mrs. Thomas Hardin, Murphysboro and Mr. and Mi'b. Robert Drahi and sons, Rosewood Heights. Mrs. Wayne Winslade is serving on a jury at the Macoupin courthouse this week and Billy and Dixie Winslade are visiting their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stamp?, during their mothers absence. Mrs. Gladys Darr is also serving on the jury. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bunt, and daughter, Suzanne, and two grand- sous spent Sunday in BufU&gton, Iowa. Edward Dugan ol CarJjpviUe is spending a week with his uncle and family, Mr. and Mm. Milo Du- gun and Dennis. Mrs. W. S. Huddleston is a patient at St. Ptauds Hospital »n LitdifielU. A man of integrity is called a "straight shoot*)'" from an old term which oiigjiajly desif^ated a dice player who ^jrttg straight, that u> fairly and eflQfgtrj and with dice that have agt ta^en tampered with of fixed- fTi'i'ijp|fs §> ifgiivi larg- j er than Texas and New Mesieo. 'But, only 13J00 SQU8** mite*

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