Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 21, 1960 · Page 30
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 30

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 21, 1960
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**» THIRTY ALTON THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1««0 '. of Ci |To Help Health Move > fctJWARDSVILLE - Directors Etfw*rdsvf&e Chamber of Wnmefee have approval fequwt to Metot in the reactivation of tie Mfcdiaoft Omtntv Ed- establishing a full-time county health department. A meeting of the Edum-dsvillej cornmiitee of the county public: health council is planned tor, ANNOUNCEMENTS TlQAL ANNOUNCEMENTS II NOTICES NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals for the construe- July 26 tn Edtt nrrlsvltle National tion of section ao-WQ-c.S. IB the D_~I. «. f-... /-i~ ti..4M(«« Vlllate Of East Alton Wfll be re- Bank & Trust Co. Building, cetvce( j at the office of the vuiate Room 406. Thte meeting provide an opportunity for those will Clerk until 2:00 O'clock P.M. (COST). .Toly 25. 1»8P and at that LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED and repaired. Werk ' Pfte CL 4.I7S*. time publicly opened and read. tJtrihvtlk Public HeaTth Cmm-1 attending to learn more about, The worh conglgtt of wldenln§ | 'fit and has referred the oro- !tne sen ices, stnlf and cost of a! existing pavement by the construe - "°" «* p - c Concrt « Base coin* it Its community develop- j county public health depart- Blent division, headed by Lestey men1 and tne county's health Harks. Kenneth Evers. M. E. Widening, and Course construction of a needs. Type 4 Curb. Bituminous Resurfacing and Incidental construction. ~?n. i ;• .' . 77—.. .,,r~i Plans and Proposals may be oh- Ohana Is training field assls-l mined tfom the Municipal cierk Rental Photo Equipment Slide cameras and protectors: tmm cameras anJ protectors: 18mm sound protectors, screens, etc.. and tape recorders. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE ALTON'S PHOTO CENTER •^30 E. Broadway *• HO 3-258? HA EMPLOYMENT it *»ELP WANTED"— MOSTLY SALESWORK — R«f«t- ences, expvfiencsd Do not phone. Apply in perron between honrt_> 4 P.m. Evtm PMtfJr. 2811 Sttrtl, Alton. WANf ED—White tKroMirwer; CL 4-290B. WHITE BABY SITTtR—Over ll. to watch boys 7 and tl years. Must be dependable. Shift work. HO 8-3192. tant. to aid farmers in poisoning" so as to reduce ex- cocoa Judge, Marks and William O. Straube have assumed . this fesponsibliiy and will as-{tensive canopy o\ lisi citizens and organizations jfanns Iti some areas. In this area who will evenUwllyL••.- - \. —../,. ,*,j, join with similar roum-ils in Al-,T e j!? r " p . h ™*?L^ S CL !^ ten. Wood River. Trl-Cities. Col-1 ANNOUNCEMENTS UMvffle. Troy antl Highland in, — LJEOATNOTTCES ") r p e upon deposit refunded to actual he who return same In good condition within five (5) days of bid opening. HAVE AIR CONDITIONED CAR— Must travel. Arizona. Want driver. CL 4-1383. RIDE W ANTEF-i-Al ton To' Si" Louis" 4th and Pine area. Hours 8:30-4:45. HO 5-7807 RIDE WANTED lo 3lh"and Washington In St. Louis. a to !> p.m. Call Ct. 4-0633. ~~ WOMEN WANTID Foi confidential telephone survey work in your own home. Must have private telephone line, tl per hour. WRITE TO MR. H. F. MeCULLA 330 South Sixth St.. _ Springfield, in. ^ : ANNbUNCEMENf S^ " LEGAL NOIICES All proposals must be accompanied by a bank cashier's check, or ! hank draft, or certified check for 'not less than ten per cent (10 r ;> ol : thr amount of the hid or In accord-1 WILL TAKE RIDER to Oakland lance with the schedule as provided! calif, around July 2B. Woman pre- i in the "Standard Specifications for! ferred HO 2-3080 Road and Bridge Consiructlon" prepared by the Department of Public STATE OF ILLINOIS COUNTY OP MADISON ) 1 1st. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 8BTTV MAYHALL. Vs. Plaintiff > JASON MAYHALL. Defendant > DIVORCE CHANCERY NO. 80 • C • 355 To: JASON MAYHALL: The requisite affidavit been filed. Notice Is hereby given ! INVITATION FOR BIDS ! The Housing Authority of the City lot Alton. Alton, Illinois, will receive ! bids for the complete construction contract for the construction of Housing Project ILL-55-1, at Alton. Illinois, (consisting of a Maintenance. Management and Community Building. 58 dwelling buildings of ' 100 dwelling units) until 2:00 P. M. i (C. D. T.) on the 4th day of August. 11060 at the City Hall, Alton, Illinois, I at which time and place all bids • will be publicly opened and read 1 aloud. ; Proposed forms of contract docu- i ments. Including plans and specifications, are on file at the office of the Housing Authority of the City of Alton, Alton, III., at the office of Potter Smith * Associates, 2221 Broadway. Paducah. Ky., and at the office of William L. Fllppo. 602 Ridge St. Alton, III., and may be obtained In person from the office of William L. Fllppo. OOJ Ridge st Alton. 111., or by mall from the office of Lee Potter Smith * Asso- 1 elates 2221 Broadway. Paducah. having Ky...on and after 7 July 1960. Copies Works and of Illinois. Buildings of the State 1 lie President and Board of Trus tees reserve the right to reject an: and all bids and to waive technlca itles. TAKE computable female to California, help drive. DU 4-B711 after 5:30. EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED - MALE By order of the President andjARE YOU INTERESTED IN... Board of Trustees. LAWRENCE DARK, j Village Clerk ; July 13, 18,21 3. CARD OP THANKS. :i Job Security? No Lay-Offs? A Challenging Career no Income limit? FINANCIAL si Ifcriwtem FOR SALE—She* Repair Business, established S years. Grossing «*<wrt P8800. Established by the! BUSINESS SERVICE BUS. ACCOMMODATING ALL ARIAS FOR LEASE — 2-bty major brand |ts nation. Low rental, wait tttfa jfrctyvtite on note tonta. ffni for mechanic. Lloyd Nickel§. Jar- Wyvlile, 879-W. WANTED— Industrial engineer, construction estimator, nursing In itruc- lor rnom clerk men's clothing salesmen, housemother, taxi driver, tailor, housekeeper (stay or go). Apply in person. Illinois State Employment Service, 87 Henry. Alton. FIVE PERSONS NEEDED for "interesting part-time survey work. No selling. You must he neat, enjoy meeting people, have local transportation. and at least 20 hours per week to devote to this work, Pay upon acceptance will exceed $2 per hour. If Interested send qualifications to Box 610, care Telegraph. 1BA 'SALESLADIES with JOHN CARR—Thanks to our friends and neighbors, Sta ten's Funeral Home, the pallbearers. St. Patrick's priest, and all those whq sent floral sprays and Mass cards. Mrs. Marge Breden and Sons, and Mrs. Julia Postlewalt of the documents will also be on locations for uc'cii i IFiru, i>ui n,t j ir* MCI Buy given "• ~, * ,. , * ——-n,,.,. *«*>' you. JASON MAYHALL. Defendant f«e at the following locations for in the above entitled cause, that the; exam in at) on by Interested parties. , above suit hus been commenced In the Circuit Court of Madison Coun-i ty. Illinois, by the said Plaintiff.! BETTY MAYHALL, against you. I praying for divorce: that said suit Is numbered 80 - C - 355 In Chancery, and is still pending. And that JASON JAMES T. SMITH — We would like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to all of our relatives, friends and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Especially Gent's Funeral Home, pallbearers, those who sent cards and flowers. The family of James T. Smith 4. Being YOUR own boss? 5, Healthful indoor and outdoor work? IF SO— then It Is your duty to Investigate these and countless more advantages being offered with the Sinclair Dealership Franchise now available In the Greater Alton Area. Small investment required, complete training, financial aid If qualified. Phone or write Mr. M. Wm. Ash, or Mr. E. D. Grauer, P O. Box 257,, Hartford. Illinois. Phone CLInton 4-4121. Housewives—Show nationally adver- tlsed toys and games with TOY CHEST. The first and finest toy party plan In this area. Earnings I unlimited. No investment, collection I or deliveries. Car necessary. Ap- I ply Mineral Springs Hotel Monday. July 25 from 12 to 3. BARBER—Must be able to cut flat . MAYHALL. Defendant, served by publication. is to be F W. Dodge Corporation Plan rooms In the Cities of St. Louis. Missouri: Springfield. Illinois: Evansvllle. Indiana; Associated General Contractors, Paducah. Ky,: Southern 'Illinois Builders Association, East St. Louis, Illinois and Alton. Illinois. IN Mt MORI AM = | tops. Call 850 Edwardsville. Local ed In Shopping Center. Now therefore, unless you. JASON: Copies of the documents may be -------- ------ — obtained by depositing a certified check in the amount of $60.00 with the Housing Authority of the City MAYHALL. said Defendant, file your Answer to the Complaint or otherwise appear in said suit In the said Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois, held In the Court House lit the City of Edwardsville, Illinois, on or before August 22, 1960, default may be entered against you at any time after that date, and a Decree entered In accordance with —tile prayer of said Complaint. llth day of July, 'A. Dated this D. 1960. EUGENE BERGHOFF, Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois WISEMAN & HALLETT. Attorneys for Plaintiff, 115 Market Street, Alton. Illinois. IN LOVING MEMORY—Ol James Birmingham, who passed away 5 years ago today: All his trials and conflicts o'er, lo. He dwells with Christ above. Oh, what glories he's discovered In the Saviour whom he loved. Sadly missed by Wife. Daughter, Mother. Brother Sister. Aunts and Uncles. of Alton for each set of documents so obtained. Such deposit will be refunded to each person who returns the plans, specifications and other documents in good condition to the Housing Authority of the City 01 Alton, Room 604, First National July 14. 21. 28 Open Daily 6:30, Start 7 p.m. Adults 50c Kiddles 25c Family Prices Tonight ALL SEATS 25c Shown at 8:30 PJMf. Pat Boone — Jiunes Mason "Journey to thi Center Of the Earth" Shown at 7:20 P.M. In Magnificent Color "CIRCUS STARS" Serial and Cartoon At 7 P.M. FRI. Thru MOM. EH. Sat., Mon. at 8:85 P.M OF TOE HILLS" I-LESLIE'I FW., Sat, Mon. at 7:15 P.M Short Subjects 7 P.M. Bank'Building. Alton. Illinois, with in ten (10) days after bid opening A certified check or bank draft, payable to the Housing Authority ol the City of Alton, U. S. Governrneni bonds or a satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and acceptable sureties in an amount equa to five per cent (5^) of the bid shall be submitted with each bid. The successful bidder will be re quired to furnish and pay for satlS' factory performance and payment bond or bonds. Attention Is called to the fact that not less than the minimum salaries and wages as set forth In the specifications must be paid on this project. The Housing Authority of the City of Alton reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any Informalities In the bidding. No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of forty-five (45) days subsequent- to the opening of bids without the consent of the Housing Authority of the City of Alton. Date 7 July, 1960. . HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF ALTON By: Dute F. Braner, Executive Director. July 11, 21. 28 Phone CL 4-7887 Week Days Continuous from 7 P.M. Sun. Continuous from 1 P.M. No Parking Problems at Roxana FRI., SAT., SUN., MON. Burt Lancaster - Audrey Hepburn - Audle Murphy "THE UNFORGIVEN" Color Para vision 8:00 Sal Mineo - Susan Kohner James Darren "THE GENE KRUPA STORY" 7:14 Selected Shorts IN LOVING MEMORY—Of our little angel, Jo Ellen Wlemers, on her 7th birthday, July 21, 1960. With our loving hearts of you. There comes this little prayer. God guide you with His special grace. And guard you with His care. Sadly missed by Mommy, Dadty. Michael and Vlckl IN MEMORY — Of August Finke, Sr., who passed away five years ago, July 21: Loving memories never die. As years roll on and days go by. In our hearts memory Is kept, Of one we loved and will never forget. Sadly missed by Daughter, Son, and Daughter-ln-Law I MONUMENTS — CEM. LOTS FOR SALE— 4 lots In sections E-3 and E-4 Valley View Cemetery. Make offer. Myra Bould, Boulder, Colorado. 2—6 grave lots at Valhalla Ceme tery. HO 2-1679. PERSONALS ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem' drinker. P.O. Box 185. East Alton or CL 4-9278. 8 RUMMAGE * PASTRY SALES RUMMAGE SALE at the Loretta Home, 417 Prospect, Friday, July 22nd. RUMMAGE SALE—Given by the Church of God In Christ. 1100 Highland. Friday. July 22 at 12:30 and Saturday morning. SOCIETIES and LODGES FRANKLIN LODGE—No. 25, A. F. <c A. M. Open installation of officers, Thursday, July 21, 8 p.m. H. L. Wilson. W. M. WOOD RIVER LODGE—No. 1062. A. F. & A. M. Friday, July 22. 7 p.m. M. M. Degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Clarence F. Ansell, W. M. FRANKLIN CHAPTER—No. 8. R. A. M.. Friday, July 22, 7:30 p.m. 5th and 6th degrees. Donald E. Bradflsch,. H. P. !• LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN FOUND—Injured beagle. CL 4-5527. FOUND—Sunday on River road, Elgin outboard motor cover. HO 6-2753. FOUND In Schaffer's Clothing Store, downtown Alton, 1 pair of bifocals. HO 5-7621. FOUND—Bicycle. Identify, pay ad. After S. CL 4-1405. LAWSON 14 ft. boat with 70 h.p. Mercury engine. No. IL841A. picked up about mile 85 on Illinois River. . Contact Ory Bros., Marine Service. CL 4-0626. TONIGHT Thru Tuesday BEL*AIR open 7tM Start Dusk 1ST RUN LASTDAYS OFDOMPEU 2nd Exciting Hitl "ELEPHANT GUN" Hashing Color! LOST—Pair of ladies prescription sun glasses, dark frames with sets. Union, Henry St. vicinity. HO 20537. LOST—Beagle male, white & brown. License No. 1966. If found call HO 2-2337. I LOST—Wallet at or near Krogers ! inyijshlre.eward. CL 4-7461. MAINTENANCE MACHINIST First class journeyman. Experienced in maintenance of pumps, compressors, steam engines and turbines. Good wages. Liberal benefits SHELL OIL CO. WOOD RIVERA ILL. 2» SALESMEN MANUFACTURERS REPRESENTATIVE Add up to $200 or more weekly to present Income representing well known manufacturer, part time, working through feed retailers and milk plants In your area selling good repeat Item. Excellent advertising and promotion. Liberal commissions paid monthly on all sales I In protected territory. If you can 1 use additional Income and willing ! to work for H, write at once about i yourself. All replies treated confl- ! dentlal. Box No. r>020, Minnehaha ' Station, Minneapolis. Minnesota. GRAFTON NEAR MARQUETTE PARK — Un> usually large Banding with tavern and restaurant — large parking area, fully equipped kitchen, new deep freeze, stove, cooking utensils, wallt-ln bo*, lot* of tables. large screened porch. Ideal spot for serving family style meals. Six lots for cabin rights plus 5-room cottage. Main building has 4 rooms for living quarters gas heat. This place may be purchased on contract for deed The price of $14.300 Includes everything; or lots, restaurant and cottage may be sold separately. Marl* Thompion Real Eitat* HO 6-2736 OFFICE .. HO 3-1413 JIM MILLER .... HO 2-3TO9 MARJLYN PARISH HO fl-2458 MOTTC HO 6-1012—CL4.0SI3 24 now service. Wot* guaranteed, insured, we cMtn, ffisttB, fjwejSj __ se . . septic traki. p OR coNDi AJAX HBA TIONINO. o AND AIR -. CALL CONDl- I. HO r^URNAC SILLtN WATER, HO S-8308. Spouting. Kurhace Repairs. Free estimates. WHITE'S TIN SHOP. HO 2-1424 HARRIS TREE SERVICE - PoWtt sprtving by state licensee ooerat Trie work. HO 3-0811. HO BUSINESS SERVICE BUSINESS SERVICE a BUS. TREES TOPPED — Trimmed •«* removed. Cl 9-W71. a BuitotNu ~* coNrKACTirro ALL CARPENTRY and Interior and exterior. Phone pBlnftni. HO CK. BRICK, ItOfte, W«l fflft* HO ««vl40* COT CARPENTER — R 0 0 f I B • r«O«lf. block and coMrflM work: paintlM. Fret MtlflMHtt. Bxptrianccd. HO MUt. plastering. Also Free estimates. CARPENTER WORK — Rooflnt.. •Idfftft. repairing, remodelin*. lob too small. CL 4-9044. .. No -m H A!NIVLIWM< STORA36 LOCAL I LONG DISTANCI or ' 7 UNITS—On U.S. Highway 67. Good condition. Fine business. Inquire Hunt's Motel. Greenfield, 111. RESTAURANT—In good location'. Excellent opportunity to make money. Take over payments S50 monthly. CL 4-3383 for Information Off HO 5-3584 NUBS CL 4-2848 PERSONAL SERVICE INTERIOR and exterior painting. Work guaranteed. Reasonable, Fret estimate. CL 4-7694. LAWN~550WERS SHARPENED—«17 Spring LfT~ME HAUL fT-UOHT TRUCK- 0, ODD JOBS. ROBBR1 GAS INC, ODD JOBS KILL, HO 2-lSW. MOWERS DRESSMAKING— TAILORING CUSTOM MADE SLIP COVERS Work guaranteed. Mrs. Homer Hale. HO 6-3338. LADIES A CHILDREN'S DRESSES, drapes; double breasted suits made single. CL 4-3676. > POWER LAWN REPAIRED—SHARPENED ALL MAKES Complete stock Toro Kut KwlcN mowers, garden tiller*. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3S2S coiiena. HO " M D EC. OR A H NO <.UNNINOHAM~Palntin«~ ~ "interior, exterior. Patch plastering, small repairs. Reasonable prices. Insnr- ed HO y-5429. INTERIOR" and""eiif'eHor" paimim. i 25 years' experience. Joseph Pankey^jCL 4-»OW._ _ _ I INTl ERIOR• KXTERIIW decora11na. I Patch plastering, removing wall-' paper. No lob too small. HO J- _7fl«3. JESSE JAMES DEAD'—" NO "holdup* arts of Interior Decorations; | wallpaper, paint, drupes, mirrors, i Work guaranteed. P. E Miller and' Son. HO 2-8466 ' Sloan'i Moving 1 * Statist C*. t*ct«eive A*MH Local 4 Lena Oiifanea Moving warenouM a«J Feiwtd Let Stortft n^^^vs RENTALS ..'MODERN — Light housekeeping 'room.T furnished'titllltIMJ«r«1ih- ed Apply in re»r. 1712 BMW. HO 5 0126. LAUNDERING __ WANTEb—Irontngs and mens fanh• dry, experienced and reasonable. HO 5-6S6S. THE "WATtefcWAY TO HEALTH"— Sleepy Hollow Mineral Water direct from world famous spa in Hot Springs, Ark. Distributed by Rose- dais Super .Market, your Tom Boy Store In Rosewood Heights. CL JM8B6. __ ___ __ 1 • • • • • Read Telegraph Want Ada Daily TAXI CAB DRIVERS—Apply In per son only. Ham & Merv Cab Co. WANTED — Assistant, experienced manager Ic clerk for lumber yard. BOX 640, Alton Evening Telegraph WOULD $2 PER HOUR part-time help pay your bills? If so, call DU 4-1178. m 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE MIDDLEAGED white lady to care for two children. Must Stay. CL 4-5876. * Run a spare-time Greeting Card and Gift Shop at home. Show friends samples of our new 1860 Christmas and All-Occasion Greeting Cards and Gifts. Take their orders and earn to 100% profit. No experience necessary. Costs nothing to try. Write today for samples on approval. Regal Greetings, Dept. 222. Femdale. Michigan. SALESWOMEN — 30 - 65. excellent earnings. Call AVON. HO 2-4278. Telegrapn Want Ads "CLICK' 21 SITUATIONS WTD. — MALE EXPERIENCED"IN RADIO and transmitter maintenance desires on the job training under Public .Law 550 In Radio • Television Repair. Member Institute of radio engl- neers. For license call CL 4-8340. BETIRED "MAN"with years of experience desires part or full time office' work. Call HO 2-5077. 22 SITUATIONS WTD.—FEMALH GENERAL HOUSEWORK by the day, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday. HO 5-1039. LADY will do cooking and light housework for elderly lady or couple. References. HO 2-5272. WANTED—Ironings to do In our home. Also baby sitting evenings. CL 4-4820. WILL CARE FOR CHILD—CL 4-9909 FINANCIAL 13 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES RETAIL STORE doing $75,000 annual business. Profitable. Could be operated by man & wife. Present owner wishes to retire. Reply Box 600, Alton Telegraph. HAMEL HOMECOMING SATURDAY A SUNDAY-JULY 23-24 PARADE 7 P.M. BOTH NIGHTS Parade Theme: STATES MODEL AIRPLANE FLYING CONTEST SUNDAY AFTERNOON SSth ANNIVERSARY BETSEY ANN PICNIC BRIGHTON, ILLINOIS FRIDAY and SATURDAY JULY 22 and 23 featuring FAMOUS BETSEY ANN BURGOO SOUP RIDES — CONCESSIONS Fosterburg Band Both Nights MATINEES DAILY 12:45 NOW SHOWING FROM PAGAN IDOLATRY TO THE WORSHIP OF ONE GOD...FROM UNTOUCHABLE PRIESTESS TO WOMAN IMMORTAL! , HINDI HOSIER- "SrriWMMDIWII At 1:15, 3:45, 6:15, 8:41) coum b, PE u/« REDS WHITE "HI NAYBOR" The wise housewife knows that summer living it •asy living time. She relaxes in the warm breezes ol a sunny o/fernoon because she has planned tonight's meal /rom o wide selection ol quick fix foods that she purchased at her RED & WHITE tood store. KED & WHITE LUNCHEON MEAT 12 O/, Can 49' FOOD CHKF BOY-AK-OKK SPAGHETTI DINNERS «. 45c with meat or mushrooms YOUB FAVORITE FAMILY DRIVE-IN STARLIGHT IOUTI 140. COlUOf AVt . AUON, UllNOU BOX 01 FU K OHKMS AT 7:00 FIRST RUN SHOWING! TONITE Thru TUESDAY uiuif i uw until untn PitfS ttCPNP HIT Jtl r H*Ki- GKA1G in OUR' 8 Feature* 1 rJ. & Mat. I^TK OW1, SHOW CfatuOatto CumKKT in "TtxM Lady" Plus our regular program Im C«HPi - CHILORIN AOMOTI0 HII Vruatt LM* ¥*W> it«rry4Ja>ltoiiiid. Auto IMMI Traiu BUei. tttiuff* nail iliac* IN OUI MM PUYtBOUNO from the vicinity of Godfrey road and Ramona place—If found contact W. P. Olsen. HO 6-3455. U NOTICES ALL KINDS of keys made. Tumblers changed, cars opened. Minnows, worms, fish, picnic supplies. Belle Street Bait and Key Shop. 604 Belle St. Phone HO 2-8855. NOTICE—From this day forward I will no longer be responsible for any debts contracted for by anyone other than myself. Dated this 18th day of July. 1060. Harm M. Page, 706 E. Broadway, Alton. 111. BULK WEDDING PAPER PLATES —White cups, plastic forks and spoons, punch bowl rental: Inv I print napkins. BAXTER D1ST. CO. S64 B. Broadway. HO 8-9347 NOTICE—Thomas Sanders will haul limbs and rubbish of any kind. Dial HO IM846. tfjui run TONIGHT'. ENDS SAT. OPEN 7 P.M. The Motion Picture OODRIVE l i :\ ) v •. i o w/ (tti I Mil V l tlttl TONITE! Endt SAT. OPEN 6:30 ALEC GUINNESS MHH.IVCS MAIMEENO'IMM ERNIE KOVACS r Man in Havana NOEL COWARD • RALPH RICHARDSON At 8 tOO 8nd BIO HIT JfANNI CRAIN Slurring: Cornel Wilde. Churllon Heblun Belly Hullon siewurl ISliown at 7:96 Only QIUBCRT ROLANO> 4« .V» 7: HO NOW SAT AOTION DUTDDD THEBTR QIANT SOREEN! * -"-.- n", JOEL MeCREA •QHIMKMTEK CHICKEN 16 UPTON TEA BAGS 23c '/4 Ib. UPTON TEA 39c COLLEGE INN 16 Ot. Jar NOODLES BED & WHITE. Old Fashioned APPLESAUCE . . . 2 BED ft WHITE. Fancy Strained CRANBERRY SAUCE . 2 ,M' 45 RED & WHITE. Deluxe Homestyle CHUNK PINEAPPLE . . . RED & WHITE. All Green Cut ASPARAGUS SPEARS . . RED & WHITE. Deluxe CUT WAX BEANS . . 2 RED & WHITE, Deluxe Z Sv. TINY TOT PEAS ... 2 """» 39 31° 35* Cans RED ft WHITE Pure Vtgetablt SHORTENING 3 Lb. Can 59 LETTUCE Large ferny ftrten PEPPERS 2 '" IS California SottMtn GRAPES 2 U. S. No, 1 Red Potatoes 10 "' 69" HUNTS RID ft WHITI WU Boil* Alto* Guaranteed to Please KKEV'S COKXED BONELESS DftDlf Dl ITTC Tr > tn< °"' '«"• ri/UlA DU 119 that Barbecue. Lb. KJiEYS. By the Piece SUB BACON .... L 45c KKEV'S. Half or Whole HAMS • • COOKED • Lb '59C KKEYS. Serve with Red & White Kraut POLISH SAUSAGE . • 55c KREY'S EXTRA FANCY ROUND STEAKS . . »89c Relax with a cool GRAPE or ORANGE DRINK C 35 GKKBKK'8 Strained Varieties BABY FOODS Jar* KrUpy CRACKERS 1 Lb. Box 25' AN ORIGINAL ROGERS BERRY SPOON wirh coupon TIUi spoon it the kuuie pattern M tb* coke Mid pie Kurver we recently offered lAJLfY'fMAJUUT tw B%HOtllM Mgffcm* UN UUUs» »<H UNA'S MARKET • SUtO Wood Mvot RIMUIN'S MOCItt »t. Boad Godfrey DOTY, PAY C. ill UitHTON MIIC, 60 flHU Briihi NOLTI'S RIO A WHITI Pbon» HIIOIRT SURNS MUCANTUJ Gmftoa, U.

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