Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 14, 1960 · Page 37
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July 14, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 37

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 14, 1960
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PAGfc THIRTY-EIGHT ALTON EVEMiNG TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1960 Waterworks Projects Proposed at Wood River Mr?. Lee Nail In Culinary Display hi)its. Mrs. Tony Kruegpr of the Kane vicinity, who \\oti the burns of his body on Jtinp 28 nl the home of his aunt, when pictorial report of the American Baptist Convention at Rochester. N. Y. The service begins at 7:30 WOOD RTVfcK-The Wood Rh« Oty Coum-ll is exppc-ted to an- noumv a proposal of an I'stinvited SI .235.000 waterworks improvement for the Hl> at the council inertinfr MotKiftv nitrht In July. I$i7. tin cnunci! cin- plmnd thr foitsultina enfrinwring firm of \Varrt-n niwl Van Pr;iag. Dcc;itiir. tti ')nntf up In (lute a stud.i of the local "iitrr s\stcin niadr originally in 19."'4 Their fincliiiBS slum needs lor i miniNf of dinnges: 11' 1 IIPW sourer of supply: '-' water treatment plant: <!!< distribution sys- loin improvements and i4i a ripv. one million u.illon sloriiije tank B\ sinking a Rimnev t.\pe well on Hit banks of the Mississippi Rixrr the rrporl shows the city would bp assured of a constant water supply of softer water filtered from underneath the river bed. The iron in this water would be removed at a treating plant. From the treating plant, the water would go into the present and proposed storage tanks and then into the distribution system In addition to the construction j costs approximately SM4.UOU would I be needed for enoriiuH-riiig. admin- i istrativt' and leyal fees involved; in the overall project ; At the present time it is, planned: 10 pay for the project on a 50-50 j bn.sis with half in general obligation tax supported bonds and 50 per cent by general revenue bonds. An increase in water rate inin- imums from $2.25 to $4.00 per quarter would be anticipated, to pay the revenue bonds.' however further checking of this matter is still to be made. Including the water rate, in- ere;tsi and tin ia.\ increase on the 1 men! al the Jersey County Fair. t.-nphy in this division the fourj ga i ignited and burned him. t reviews years, had 13 firsts The c hild Is given an anesthe^, ,. M .«~,.i ol .«,in. .TF.RSEYV1LLE--Mrs. Lee ,, n « right seconds. ,;, whttl the bandages ««| wM MoS S Si ££?' of .Terseyvllle won the' Chtfd Improving (hanged and members of Ms) i tr n c E YVILLE-Qeoree trophv in the culinary depart-. .IKKSEYVILLK The condition;family are tilth him each day.) ' ' - •• Adams Malloy, 13- ; Hk grandmother. Mrs. Robert . <impDe ": nobby who has been a pa- son of Mr. and Mrs. O Mallo.v. and his father, went iiKlividml citi/en to pax for the f.varrted to the exhibitor , HI K, , t '"«Mlating the most points In .P-bert A. Mallo.v. who has been .„ St. Louis Tuesday. P ro.i,rt ,t is t tirnt several weeks at Jersey Community Hospital, was trans- Picnic Meet at Brighton Friday BRIGHTON — Betsey Ann Picnic Assn. will meet at 8:30 p. tX angelical and Reformed Church will have a retreat Sun- U«Tt Outsmart pgNSACOLA, Fl«. f — When day at the church educational !j D GreeT1 > s car broke down, building. All young married \. t . arefully mnei op th* win- people of the congregation ftebefcah BRIGHTON will meet at ](jcked the glove ment and doom and went home m. ferred Wednesday j N'ursing Home. _ to Watson! estimated b> Kralt l^'"''^.'-^'''"" H '"was"donaied,,' nt Barnes Hospital in Convention Report that tin average citi/en will pav , .ip^ey State Bank 'M. Louis, the past tuo \\eeWs, JLRSEYVILLE-At the eve- _ .__.. ;,n increase of Sl.'i per vein. ' \' s'per'inl "Best-of-Shuv ", '\> iiuprovt-d but he is still on ning service Sunday at Flrstj A dugong is a sea-cwv some- Both Kraft and Mayor Dolaivy, v PH sl Baking Award of S10 for (he critical list. The child snf Baptist Church, the Rev. Harold lime mistaken for the fictional emphasized the fact that anyone j the- yeast bread, sweetbread or'!le't>d second and third degree'LniiP. pastor, will present al mermaid, interested in a lietler water sys- ,,,rjs judged best from the en- tern for \Vood River is asked tn:tries of all classes was awarded Iv present at the council meeting to Mrs. Lena Abbott. Monda\ ni^ht and express liisl Mrs. Nail had 18 blue ribbons views 'an,; 10 red ribbons on her ex- I Hall, ___ ; eluding tires Cedar Brook Park in Plainficld,;be en stolen. Harold Bott. president. | entertainment, isaid Wednesday. The annual 'event Is set tor July 29 and 30. , , Plan Belreat ! N.J.. has a garden of trees, flow-) BRIGHTON - Young Married! ITS and shrubs mentioned Couples Group of St. John's Shakespeare's pla.vs. and hubcaps had )„; Thor is the god of thunder in i Norse mythology. East Alton Safety Council to Check EAST ALTON—The Citizens Traffic and Safety Council voted ai the Tuesday meeting at the ctjiimunity center to investigate conditions of the school crass-j ins at the intersection of AJt. Rl. U7 and McCasland a\'enue. Dane Hewitt, council chair-; man. and Jim Clayton were! named to meet with residents | of the Niagara and Victory; Gardens i-esidential areas and! the Niagara School PTA offi-j cers for a discussion of the' crossing zone. A safety film provided by the AHon Box Board Co. was shown as the program feature. Safety l;lerature was distributed. Girl Scouts of local troops v/.lio are working on safety merit badges, were guests of the evening and assisted in serving refreshments. August 9 was announced as the date oi the next meeting. SALE of SHOES ADVANCE BARGAINS FOR SCHOOL Beat the crowd! Buy your children's school shoes now! Savin** ol 35<r to 50 f i. All leather S3.»i> - IS4.9D value* ... •lust S'i.Hfl . . . our cntlrr stock for Boys • OXFORDS • CASUALS, siies 8' 2-3 • TIES CASUALS WESTERN SHOE STORES 9 Iiifunt's size 4 to 8 • Not all >,i/,es ill all FLATS Values to $7.95 Sizes 4 to 10 \Vi<ttli« S. -M. X Vou'll rocog- nize Ihf labels. 2 .97 And 3.97 Black 'u uhilc saddle In :*. Kcu. S'J.H.'i. OXlOI'llh, «'2 Boy's imported black tie-.. S'i value*. 8U to 3. • Girl's Keii or Black lies. Reg, 2.95. 8K- to 3. • Crepe Sulos 1. MonS SO.!).") leather Ties with cross >tilcliiii«. • Black • Brown • <> to l'> $4.88 OIT.N MON s i;i. I'M Mill nil I- Western Shoe Stores DIAL HOward 2-3142 OPEN MONDAY ft FRIDAY TO 9 P.M. t le? anne BARGAIN MS PR 1C AY • SATURDAY \ CHOICE DRESSES •^ Up to $12.99 Values $ 4 • *5 • $ 6 Spring and Summer styles, year 'rounc types. Easy to take care of fabrics Sizes for Juniors, Misses and V? Sizes SKCUL^OROUP HOUSE DRESSES 2 *, $ 5 $2.5» Each Broken Sixes, for Misses and '<i Sizes. CHOICE BATHING SUITS Up to $48* $f.ts *t Knits, Latex. 32-44. SHORTS - JAMAICAS Entire Stock — 8-20. BLOUSES cu. .ill tuhablt) COTTON GOWNS & PAJAMAS Reg. $1.99 and $2.49 SI .59 Each Shorty PJ's and Waltz Gowns. Broken Sizes Only. GIRL'S WEAR SWIM SUITS Reg. $1.99 Sizes ~ 4-6x Reg. $2.99 Sizes PLAY WEAR SHORTS, SHORT SETS Slim Jims — Pedal Pusher Sets Reg. $1 to $1.99 Sizes 3 • 14 SHORTY PAJAMAS $1 Cottons $1.96 Oacren dnd Cotton $ 1 47 Siiet 4. 14 DRESSES Reg. C4 KQ $1.99 to *1 »V 3.6* |3,99 • and MR LKS FROM MILES AROUND ARE TAKING* * HOME OUTSTANDING FURNITURE BUYS!! * From the Jolly fri.vfintent** liiiciriiiff I * * * * * FASHIONED OLD NOW IN PROGRESS! OPEN FBI. AND MON. NIGHT 'TIL 9 YES, FOLKS! The Jolly Irishman did it! He turned back the hands of time... back to the good old days when street car fares were a nickel and you could furnish your whole house on practically a song! NOW, you can get furniture styles for living room, bedroom, kitchen and den that are as modern as tomorrow . . . truly furniture buys that defy description! Come in! See! Shop! Be amazed, as indeed you will, at the unusual furniture buys which "Uncle" Dick has for you. BUY NOW While Selections Are Complete! 4 ft * * ft * ft ft ft YOUR .pc. any V\ed *• homel * * * * * V V HEAVY DECORATOR COVIRSI LOOSI REVERSIILE CUSHIONSI WHY FOLKS TRAVEL HUNDREDS OF MILES TO DO BUSINESS WITH THE JOLLY IRISHMAN BECAUSE They Know Thty Pay NO INTEREST FINANCE or BUDGET CHARGES OF ANY KIND! ft ft ft ft ft ft * • 4 ft V * 4-Pc. BLOND MAHOGANY BEDROOM SUITE ONLY Jt • BookciM • Doibli • Mirror •Obtsl HM hei»d-rybb«* finish! throufhourl All ctiitff ircwtf itvtMilti MMtructiM , *• '*J» * "«ui 'Bun, *'!(/ «n- **»• \V , ?2ri PHILCO WASHER GIANT SIZE PHILCO ftsa NOW DIUVIREP Phllco Beudix Wwlier iuu 1 lifetime p u r u e I a I n tub i with aluiiiiiiuin panel ugl- ] tutor. IvOvell-t) pr »ufet,\ wringer uitli hulluuii- type wringer roil*, full • k tried mid iu « riuli enwnel flniib. No phone order*. ' uS^ JSS^ $ MUk Ubo v«llon rartoni • Full- wldtli CUI- ler Orauer • Mm Warranty FREE GIFTS WITH EVERY PURCHASE OF §81 OR MORE! OPIN FRIDAY AND MONDAY NIOMTS TIL 9 ••Mir w IHIKD ****** SLACK L'oow bi utd ««* tk» Jolly IrUbmao'i (wuoui brkli* tlwt Uadi from tlw Ivau- Hful «t«r« /rant to U* io»lu huUdltuf Mutt off«n you » ttuunumtb floors ol flu* luraiiuro. - DOWNTOWN AUON

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