Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 28, 1960 · Page 19
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July 28, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

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PAOfc TWENTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JULY 28, I960 Wordon STRONG FOUNDATION Footings for the new East Alton Village Hall under construction adjacent to the existing municipal building bvthe E. S. Echvards and Sons Co. are nearly completed and low foundation walls to support the structure will be poured soon.—Staff Photo. refunded to each person who returns; Lee Potter Smith & Associate the plans, specifications and other ' yyyi \tmuA\va\i t>ait«mh i^%. an documents In sood condition to the' " , f r ° ar ? way , „?., " Ldh - I K!r ,i; an Housing Authorliv of (he Clly of dt '»* office of William L. Fhppo. , Alton. Room 604. First National 1602 Ridge St.. Alton. III., and may, Bank Building Alton. Illinois, within ten M0> days after bid opening. A certified check or bank draft, payable to the Housing Authority of the City of Alton. U. s. Government bonds or a. satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and accept- ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES INVITATION FOR BIDS BID DATE EXTENDED able sureties In an amount equal i examination by interested parties to five per cent <S r <) of the bid shall be submitted with each bid. be obtained In person from the ol'-i flee of William L. Flippo. 602 Ridge ' St.. Alton. III., or by mall from the; office of Lee Potter Smith & Asso-' elates. 2221 Broadway. Paducah.! Ky., on and after 7 July 1960. Copies! of the documents will also be on j of Alton. AH^n. Illinois, will receive file at the following locations for i bids for the complete construction WORDEN — Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones of the birth of a son. Jared William, weighing 5 pounds and 10 ounces born Monday, July 25, at Community Mei mortal Hospital. Staunton. At Sunday morning service at Zion Lutheran Church at Carpenter. Timothy Scott, son of | Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schoenleber of! ; \Vorden. was baptized by the; Rev. Albert Weber. Mr. and Mrs. Schoenleber gave a dinner at thr church. Mr. and Mrs. Willinrn Emrich!| entertained at their home re- |cently In honor of the birthday I of Mrs. Emrich's mother. Mrs. ILena Wolf. Dinner and supper were served. j Mr. • and Mis L. W. Ma- idoux and grandson. Robert Ma- |dou.x of Worden. Mr. and Mrs. I Charles Paur of Edwardsville have returned home alter a visit with M.Sgt. and Mrs. Eugene Ploudre at Jacksonville, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lamb and daughter, Carla, of Staunton visited his mother. Mrs. Jennie B. Lamb and other relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hutson and family have returned home after a visit with relatives at Hamilton, Ohio and Richmond. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schoenleber. Miss Dorothy Diltes, Vic- Union Electfir Tract Annexed jcil Wednesday night enacted anj g( o | en Tire ! flom his C8r had hee " Bt °' en ^ ordinance bringing Into the city: ' som* youths in an automobile, a strip tract of Union Electric! Wheel ReroVerefl Edgar reported that he had ;Co. to the south of Dftntofthj parked hfo car at his home, The rash of recent annexe-ig treet neflr Its. westerly end.; QWge Edgar. 3861 Western a m! that the youths in a green (Ions to Alton was apparently!The tract is 60 feet wide by Ave.. reported to police Wednes-jcar had slopped and h'- had srcn .concluded when the City Ooun-l 1.415 in length, and has no re- dayjiight that a tire and wheel'them takp thr ^^j'"^ tor"Blotevogei; Mrsf Elmer Beh^ i '"IT „, <' ' S "* iwS7 ""p nV ' " w " ui f P™> vid; ' shmVrTnt Them. * and" thnl the me. and Mrs. Edwin Behme at-! The °' d " 1a " cf ' w «" <>™ of a " ^™«*«« I""* ta * le <> , nr lrf , , hf , st-mr sl.mly. with tended the Sunday school teach-| nlne enarlfld 8l the meeting...Threr others would make /.on- n ^ m(|ff|n . nojs( , • ers convention of the Lutheranj thc ' olhers a " havl "S to rto with ing amendments, nil as recom- Of|j( , (<| . s j m . f ,<»jg,.,i,,,| KAMI'S ! Church-Missouri Synod in St. Lou-iP arkl "8 and traffic regulations.!mended by the City Plan Com- ,. epo ,., hvl( VVfMT , , m ,, r >lc to locale is .July 22 to 24. Four new ordinances werelmlssion after public hearings. | nr youths in thr cur. Thr tirr M Terry Moore (Jive* Hirtli to Son HOLLYWOOD /AP> — Actress i Terry Moore gave Wrth Wedftes- day to a fi-potind 13-ounce son. The baby was named after the- actress' husband Stuart Warren HI. nnd \\hrcl. however, was recov crr>(! from a vacant lot where it luid lo'fn thrown, and \vas n t, lined to Kdgar FINAL CLEARANCE SHOE SALE Tremendous Savings in Men's Buy Now * Come Early - Women's and Children's Shoes. Sale Starts Friday, 29th WOMEN'S SHOES Dress Shoes Wedges, $ Flats, Canvas - AH sizes, not In every Slyli- 00 Values to 1-4.96 WASHABLE CANVAS FOR CHILDRIN TIES STRAPS Robin Hood, Buster Brown, Values to 8.9S to 94.09 The Housing Authority of the City The successful bidder will be re-; quired to furnish and pay for satis-i factory performance and payment; bond or bonds. i 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 STATE OF ILLINOIS ) )ss. COUNTY OF MADISON ) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT BETTY MAYHALL. 1 Plaintiff 1 Vs. 1 JASON MAYHALL. 1 Defendant ) DIVORCE CHANCERY NO 60 - C - 355 To: JASON MAYHALL: The requisite affidavit having been filed. Notice Is hereby given you. JASON MAYHALL. Defendant in the above entitled cause, that the above suit has been commenced in the Circuit Court of Madison County. Illinois, by the said Plaintiff, BETTY MAYHALL, against you, praying for divorce: that said suit is numbered 60 - C - 355 in Chancery, end is still pending. And that JASON MAYHALL. Defendant, is to be served by publication. Now therefore, unless you. JASON j MAYHALL. said Defendant, filej your Answer to the Complaint on otherwise appear in said suit In the, said Circuit Court of Madison Coun-| ty, Illinois, held In the Court House | in 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 the prayer of said Complaint. j Dated this llth day of July. A.| P. 1960. - ] EUGENE BERGHOFF, '• Clerk of the Circuit Court of Madison County, Illinois WISEMAN & HALLETT, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 115 Market Street, Alton, Illinois. July M, 21, L'8 F. W. Dodge Corporation Plan rooms In the Cities of St. Louis. Missouri: Springfield. Illinois: Evunsville. Indiana: Associated General Contractors. Paducah. Ky.: Southern Illinois Builders Association. East St. Louis. Illinois and Alton. Illinois. Copies of the documents may be contract for the construction of Housing Project 1LL-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. (C. R. T.) on the 18th day of August. 1960 at the City Hall, Alton, Illinois, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. obtained by depositing a certified; Proposed forms of contract docu- check in the amount of $50.00 with ments. Including plans and specif!- the Housing Authority of the City I cations, arc on file at the office of of Alton for each set of documents! the Housing Authority of the City of so obtained. Such deposit will be!Alton, Alton, the office of PANDA PAINTS Mix 'Em or Match House Only Latex Masonry " Gal. 5 49 ECONOMY LINOLEUM Bdwy. & Henry. Alton HO 2-9411 SPORTS CASUALS WOMEN'S Values to 10.95 $ Values to S5.90 MEN'S SHOES Special let from our regular stock. Not all sites oo 'Vulues to $14.05 PAUL'S SHOES 121 West Third Alton, III. Regular $2.99 and $3.99 SIZES ARE BROKEN, BUT ALL 11-20 and 14'/2.24Va ARE REPRESENTED BACK TO SCHOOL DRESSES '2.99 .'3.99 3S !T,4 Ptt t. \\ With These.. WEEK-END BARGAINS /f ••••"I RANKLIN UNION •A «. * ^ NOTICE OF CLAIM DATt Notice is hereby given to all per- bons that the first Monday in September. 1960. Is the Claim Date in the estate of ELSIE W. STORMS, Deceased, pending in the Probate Court of Madison County. Illinois. and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. Dated this 25th day ot July, 1960. dhOKGh M BERKY. j Executor: 3-DAY SALE ONLY! HARDWOOD CHEST Big Value! 4-drawer style with brass pulls. Ideal for students or spare room. NO MONEY DOWN! ,.p\tct "M 3-DAY SALE ONLY! 9-PIECE SECTIONAL OUTFIT / Compare! 3 - PC. Sectionals. Cocktail Table 2 Step - Tables, ^ Lamps, and Lounge Chair. NO MONEY DOWN! '\\ DALE MIL! Piobdie Clerk GEORGE M. BERRY. Attorney ; July 28 Aug. 4. 11, Man Rubbed of ! 63 Pounds of Cash NEW YORK (AP) - A bandit robbed a man ol 63 pounds of money Wednesday. The victim was a route man collecting coins from machines owned by a vending machine company. The bag of coins taken totaled $450. WHEN YOU HE»T 3-DAY SALE ONLY! Full-Size GAS RANGE WITH OVEN CONTROL You don i get many 1 chances like this on a * full - size range . . . only a few left! Hui- ry! NO MONEY DOWN! DESK •II At TWIM WNKIIOS Family growing and no more bedroom space? Make present space do double duty with wagon wheel bunk beds in richly grained maple! 3-DAY SALE ONLY! OCCASIONAL TABLES Laige ^election ot occasional tables, end (ablet, cocktail tables and ulhejs Wink they lust' NO MOM V DOWN! l''roin 3-DAY SALE ONLY! 11 3-DAY SALE ONLY! 11 3-DAY SALE ONLY! I 5-PC. DINETTE Beautiful chrome for modern living. Table has mar-resistant top. 4 sturdy chairs. NO MONEY DOWNI DAY-R-NITER Use as a lounge by COMPARE day and use as a bed at night. Lux- ' uriously covered ' with modern fabrics. NO MONEY DOWN! LINOLEUM RUGS TERRIFIC VALUES Come in and take advantage of these special bargains. Limited quantity. 3-DAY SALE ONLY! 10-Pc, LIVING ROOM Large Sofa-Bed and Mulching Chuir . . . Plus: Innersprlng Mattress, 2 Step- Tables, Cocktail Table, 2 lamps. Smoker Stand and Beautiful Thro w Rug. NO MONEY DOWN! I 3-DAY SALE ONLY! | ROLL-ABOUT FAN *3J» liO • lii. Rollabout Fan for cooling comfort. 3-spead. Tilt any position. NO MONEY DOWN! ACOOT NOTHING BUT SKELGAS JIM JONES INC. fit Milt HO 3-DAY SALE ONLY! 3-PC. BEDROOM Dresner, Mirror untl bed . . . Modern styling. A real value! NO MONtY DOWN FREE RUQ PAD WITH PURCHASE OF ANY 9i12 RUG Save Now! Here if a Terrific Rug Value. You have your choice of colon and dtiigni.,, in addition to a luxuriously long-wea,fing rug you get a rug pad absolutely FREE. Name Your Own Easy Terms! WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING Make your own tdectiont and have them financed right under one roof ... No need to run all over town. NO CASH NEEDED AND ALL THI TIME YOU NEED TO FAY! OPEN 'TIL 9 PM MONDAYS & FRIDAYS f 300 EAST UOADWAY, ALTON, ILL FREE STORESIDE PARKING • ur COLUNSVILLJ, EAST IT, LOUIS, ILL. f DOWNTOWN IT, LOUIS, 11 A** MANKLIN • MAPLEWOOD, MO,, 7801 MANfcNISTU AVE.

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