Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 23, 1960
Page 15
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THURSDAY, JWB 23,19W ALTON EVENING TELSGfUPH VACATION JEWELERS warn Light in Sky Believed to Be Doyle to Read Drive For WASHINGTON <AP>~«* ters of Adlal K. Stevenson picked James Doyle, former Wisconsin II * tf1C ""SES ^TMhid a C drlve a Sr a third Demo|U light seen latf \V8diW8day night, (Tat . c ^j,,,,,,^ far pre9ld ent in the !«ky war- FosteiWg «™ ter , h<> fwfflpf lnbw , s jovet^. probably a burning Union Electric ^ ^ gfljd , n ft 8tal(?tflpn t mat transformer, efforts for the nomination of Mrs. Henrietta Cook of Keyes- Sfpvenson havf reac hed propor- port. Ill, viaiting her mother. Mr.«. (iong wh , ch ^ m{ltr( , aoordHW- O. R. Pyott. in rorest Homes, told] tjon ^ ^ spontaneous efforts of the Telegraph today she hud ob- lhp hundreds of separate Steven- served the wimt flashing light in son orwa ni*ations. tlw sky to tl* north. Thp stalcmpnt ^4 ^ actj on to She said Brighton tire depart namp Jjo ^ c WM , akcn ^foaM ^ ment told her that the light had not been seen from there. Then she phoned Cottage Hills fire department and was told the light! had been observed from there and also by Rosewood Heights firemen, who had Just previously Inquired it Cottage Hills needed aid knowledge or consent of Stevenson, who says he isn't a candidate but would not dodge a draft, statement was signed in putting out a fire. Sens. A. S. Mike Monroney of Ok lahoma, and John Carroll of Colo rado, former Sen. Herbert H, Leh man of New York. Mrs. Eleanor i Roosevelt, Mrs. Eugene Meyer, At Union Electric Co. Alton of-i an< j Thomas K. Flnletter. - fice today, the telegraph learned' that a transformer had burned out north of Cloverleaf golf course late Wednesday night. The transformer fire would cast sky reflections and make noise* as described by Mrs. Cook. |»Yv Ft'tflflV No other power HUP transformer • ' J * ' "*-"j tires were reported In that area. Exchange Club To Have Fish JVST LIKE BEAVER WORK DISTINCTIVE STYLING N* w functional rabinct deiign In Chtrcoil «olor. T»n folor. Gr*«n taint Y»ll6» Ml«r or Whit*. Conv«nl»ne*l — i C .fl ' !> C* irtTH'Orl for • »« '-»>/ b» D ,' •r*il*r Audio Output I—n «0.-il Savtt Up Te MO*, on BatUry ••rH'-y '»'fl»' oor-»' »f't i.,plo!80 CotU— l.n !c 'PO I »'*" "0 ftfln'l ROYAL 100 "ZENETTE 1 ALL TRANSISTOR POCKET RADIO ftflftt Tent fvtr—In • fUdlo »» Small I— Bic.i»tt it hii tf • b 00"! tftt^f '••• '"• * t .'* 'nl'O— Z»-th Atf'tO 5 0. i»l'!-, 5D»«>»' B'O.'OM Vincent Bratnhall Jr fell in front 2626 Maxey. tgo (front) Mid Jason sit on trunk of tree which of the Ralph Igo home, The tree fell across Maxey, taking some utility lines with It. The tree was pulled from the ground, and broken off below the grade level.—Staff Photo. Illinois Power Co. at Wood •«n«IHv« Mcctptlonl— So»e ai Iitr* Quality >»»tur«»i An1«ftnilu««« intt«tior»» l '«T •"« . Hijh imoaet 00ly»tyr*n« ««bi*t •<••' . Cl«ti B Pulh-Puti Amplidcition Mor* Ae«ur»U Tuning—6r*«ltr • Lfak resntanl etnir, •Ubllity—Uitt »!abi« t" dniitt'ie eomosrtmsnl hjnine e»"din««f • P'O^Hion tot oit»«t» MtOnmi Buy a Swalltr Radio, Rut Buy Perjormftnce. Too! major fires on Illinois Power lines. Ex-Guard at Dachau Gets Life Sentence MUNICH, Germany (AP) — A former guard at the Dachau concentration camp was sentenced Wednesday to life Imprisonment for bouncing a Jew to death in a steel basket. The defendant was Wolfgang Seuss. 53. The Munich District Court said he put Kurt Rlesenfeld In a steel basket hooked to a crane, raised the basket seven feet and let it fall onto the pavement and repeated the process until Riesen- feld was dead. . at the Wtlshire Mall Shopping i Center. Funds from the fish fry jwill be used to help build a ten- i nls court on the East Alton Play! ground. The Exchangettes. were entertained at a lawn and swimming party Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Ott in Rosewood Heights. The program was directed by Mrs. Rhea Vroman who was assisted by Mrs. Ott. Installation of officers will be held June 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the Comet-Drive Inn. George Glyke- meyer. past president of the Illinois Exchange Club from Belle* villc. will serve as installing < ficer. Telegraph Want Ads "Click." ?\ l - W THIPP ST. "\^^ HO w AI TON Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily COMPLETE OPTICAL SERVICE DR. A. C. SCHWARTZ (OPTOMETRIST) II04 Milton Rood (Across from Fire Station) Phone HO 5-2221 Friday I a.m. to » p.m. ',.•.-. 1 ••' few Hour*: Dally I a.m. to S:M p.m., x... i?Xv' Wednesday • a.m. to 12 Noon.iV. SPECIAL PURCHASE (JLIK'S IOUGHT OUT MANUFACTURE'S STOCK FOR THIS TREMENDOUS SALE! Panti-sllp SALE STARTS FRIDAY 9 A.M. COME IN EARLY WHILE SELECTION IS COMPLETE Tht All'ln-One Slip and Irief Purt Nylon Tricot Sold for $3.98 40 DENIIR NYLON TRICOT IN WHITE Sim 32 to 31 One of the most useful, venatile it*nu you ever picked for your lingerie wardrobe at a special low price . . . tor wear with shorts, jlim-jims, skirts, dresses, everything. The completely lined embroidered nylon tricot bodice compliments your bra perfectly. Snap-open crotch for added convenience. Beautifully fashioned with nylon net trimmed top . . . wide nylon adjustable shoulder straps. No elastic ridge at waist to mar your silhouette . . . it's a freedom Panti-SIIp. Alton Plata and - Wilshir. Village Both Starts Open Friday Nltes FREE! 5 DIAMOND IT 9 !! WEDDHNI RING MR YMSW Of WMM Will mrjr Ilimtf pirikm it IM.oo ir mri. NO MONEY DOWN 2 YEARS TO PAY * DIAMOND urn V»I<M Beautiful matching 14K old rings. Save! 10 DIAMOND $335.00 Valun IMERALD CUT 1390.00 Value $ 199 M 30 H OUARAHTtt 8 DIAMOND $225.00 Value 2 YEARS TO PAY VARIETY REMODELING SALE SALE STARTS FRIDAY JUNE 24 PLASTIC HOUSEWARES Valves lo $1.49 • Silverware Tray YOUR CHOICE 91 2 Qt. Dish Pan (Rectangular) 81 2 Qt. Dish Pan (Round) > Waste Basket (8-Quart) ONLY 21 FREE GIFTS— 2 - $50.00 GIFTS of Free Merch«ndi»e-You Select from our Stock 2 - $25.00 GIFTS of Free Merchandite-You Select from our Stock 2 - $20.00 GIFTS of Free Merchandise-You Select from our Stock 5 - $10.00 GIFTS of Free Merchandise-You Select from our Stock 10 - $5.00 GIFTS of Free Merchandise-You Select from our Stock • Just Register - No Purchase Necessary • Do Not Have to Be Present For Drawing • Drawing Held Saturday, July 2nd 5:00 P.M. $9.95 Value BARBECUE GRILLS $C99 j i • 11 11 i > LADIES' Jamaica SHORTS Only 88 CMMrtN'f Whit* Oottoo Pinti I « £ $400 Of«r I CMWrtH't Bexer Shorts 25' 23x43 COTTON DIG 98" 29.95 Value WADING POOL IS" Deep 8 Ft. in Diameter FOH THIS SALE ONLY 56.00 VALUE CASTING ROD -r $ 19 95 Sl,3f Value Only GARDEN CHILD'S POTTY CHAIR 498 Adjustable IRONING BOARD FREE Cavtr Only and 6 95 Oily RAKES and HOES $ 1 CAMP STOOL ti, Oily. ,,, VARIETY 636 E. BROADWAY I HO 5- 9242 LIMITED QUANTITY LATEX PAINT (1.00 OaUon 21* OHM*

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