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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, AUGUST 1,1980 (arrollton Post Plans Supper - Thr American I-ocmM fi«'i "tipper v.ill Hr held ;il tin r it\ purk \Vndn*". dfiy. AHC 9 > with forvinc tn drain at fi-SO and cnntmur till S p in American I.^eion mcmhcr and all nthri HiriHf veterans ma> sitti'Tirl i'i P A PHiley. Po«t cornnmnd'T snirt Rporivr* OtA tlrgrrr CARROL!.TON - Mi« Dinne fVmdson nnh dauehiri of Mr parents of a daughter born Saturday at Boyd Memm ial Hospital. A son was bom Saturday to Mr. , and Mrs Daniel Edwards of Uiirenfield Mrs Cora Hires ol 'Carrollton entered the hospital as annual •> medical patient Saturday. Admitted Friday \v< IT Miss Con 111' (iouilry and David Cruetet. Cairolltiin. Mr* Frances Stotler. Homecoming At Kicked Set For Aug. 6-7 KI.DRKD — The annual home- •ind Miss Beatrice mrmnc spon s f , ror ) hy rhe Anieri- l««tfe« of 1960 Foreign Policy May Be Key Issue of Campaign M.ixn KHnip«villr Dismissed Saturday «'e r e Mrs. Kvrhn Russell ol Rnckhridge; lin'con Si-opRins. Gurolltnn. Wil- li.im Holland. Kane, and Mrs Nina Fa> and son of White Hall. C'ftrroHtmi Note* CARROLI.TON — Mrs William and Mrs Martin Davidson of Car- RviflErPW;ltP ,. , Ir anr1 daughter re- rolllon roecivf-d her state de-ree tm . nf>rl homr ,,,,., wppk f) , nm Rjv . rertifirate in Future Hoiwmak-; ( , p Kol . ps| „, w . hprp thry Vlsjtpd ers Clnh at the eeremnm Thurs-j M| . s Rrid g pwatpr ' s sistPrs , Mrs. day nicht at the F.nst Ba\ Future | John Ki)linRP ,. and Mr s. Esther Homrmakrrs ("amp at Blooming ' ton Miss Dmidson w.-i* a member j j,^,^ j^j of Ihr Future Horn-makers ""Hou'wilo ^jjy r; the Carrollton Community High | ^ o ro ve School. ; , _ . Hospital \oti-«i Rabat, Morocco. CARROLI.TON — Mr. and Mrs. new cigarette "vvi ( ,. (njn am , fbpjr son ami nrotnpr a]so af , pndpd fh( , mmjon hp)d a , is making a h the Ameri- Ralph Funk Batohtown are can taste." can Legion and Auxiliary \vill he Aim K and 7. It will start with a fish supper at rv3fl p.m. Saturday A dance will he held at 9 p m. Serving of dinners will start at 11:30 a.m. Sunday. Science C'lub ELDRKD — Mrs. John Finnan was hostess to the Household Science Club Thursday afternoon. Papers were read hy Mrs. Evelina Black, Mrs. Bca Smith, and Mrs. Blanche King Pri7.es were awarded to Mrs. King, Mrs. Bea Davidson. Mrs. Lorraine Walters and Editors Note — in a world of crisis and change, few issues will he aired more thoroughly in the co-nine presidential campaign than foreign policy. How do the candidates stack up in this 'Turin] field" First of a series of articles on the major issues confronting Nixon and Kennedy. B.v ERNEST B. VACCARO' WASHINGTON (AP> — Richard M. Nixon's press secretary recently handed newsmen an imp'-sing list of world leaders with whom Nixon has talked, at home and abroad. Included, of course, was Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, Nix- will be .July at the home Mrs. Charles King. Mrs. Kinison. The next meeting|on's opponent in the much-publicized "kitchen debate" in Moscow, as well as leaders of virtually every other important nation. News secretary Herbert G. Klein left it up to the reporters to draw their own conclusions as FEDDERS WORLD'S LARGEST SELLING AIR CONDITIONER I/a it Year'* Model 1TON 11,500 BTU's-220V. $19995 $299.95 NOW ;tf»i m TAll 14,100 BTU'S SOjIfV • •111 220 Volts. $349.95—NOW jffKf ALL OTHER MODELS ON SALE! Open Monday & Friday Nires Till 9 P.M. *«»» 313 BELLE ST, ten ^,'V~>v,' s ->-.r tBS.xixKfi.iJJiuaif-i.fk. a EASY TERMS Across from 1st National Bank Sidewalk Teller is not who "can best stand up to Khrushchev" or "swap threats and insults." "The real Issue is who can stand up and summon America's vast resources to the defense r.f freedom against the most dangerous enemy it ever faced." he at the time. "We must make invulnerable a nuclear retaliai'-ry power second to none." In addition, he said, the Unit ed States must (H be ready to intervene quickly in limited .vars which threaten the peace, (2l rebuild the NATO alliance, '31 increase the flow of capital to underdeveloped nations in Asia, M rica. and Latin America. '4> r?- construcl relations with South America, Cn find a new approach to the Middle Rast and (fit devise n long-ran^e solution to the Berlin problem. The United .States. Nixon insists, is and under proper leader- Firemen Quench Bethalto Blaze BETHAl.TO — Firempn an- svvprpd an alarm at the resi- rlpnrp of Knrl Finns, 162 Kingdom St., a\4:46 p.m. Sunday, i1 was reported hy Fire ChiPf f os Took. Thp fire apparently startPt) In the grass near the housp and spread to trees near- hy. Cook said. Cook said the fire wan ron- finpd to the yard and no damage was reported to the home. To Serve Dinner BETHALTO — Membersof | the Bethalto United Presbyterian Women will serve dinner at n publlr auction on Aug. 20 it was announced at a meeting i of the group held recently at the church. Mrs. Wayne Hoxsie reported ion thp Presbyterial Board meet- ins held at the Moro Prenbyte- Irian Church on July 14. Hos- tesscs were Mrs. Alvena Brown snd Mrs. .lean Cooper. Devotionals wpre conducted by Mrs. Florence Brims. Next meeting is scheduled for Aug. 25 at the YOUR STATE FARM AGENTS to the importance of such a broad ' ship will remain, "the strongest acquaintance in the forthcoming nation militarily, economically presidential campaign — a oam- and morally'." in the world, paign in which foreign policy is Nixon told a recent meeting of expected to play a major part. t \ w SEATO Council of foreign Nixon's Democratic rival. Sen.! ministers the United States must John F. Kennedy, already has in- D e guided in the years ahead bv dicated he will counter this international name-dropping by point- inu to his membership on the Son- air Foreign Relations Committee, his own extensive travels abroad, his foreign policy writings and his M years in Congress. 'No, I didn't get homesick at camp, mom, but some of | church the guys did— those that had dogs!" , I' ire Damage* Auto Carburetor the all-important principle "f' ( . mT( ..fj "firmness without belligerency." After Khrushchev torpedoed the An automobile carburetor in- minor damage after it ranch t fire when the car was summit conference Nixon .!<•• j started Sunday afternoon. dared, "we must continue to ex i Ronald Dahlen. 1917 Clawson St.. | Ml , and Mrs Harry Holford. the home of Mrs. Roy Logan. Mrs. Martin Kaffer ol White) Hall spent the weekend at the I home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry i Bornum. i I Mary Ann Tale of Loniax is| spending two weeks with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs Robert Holford. and grandparents. will have a total of KM double and single decker buses. plore every possible avenue for owner of the car. called No. '1 fire I _ • JALOUSIES • IRON RAILINGS BLAIR HOME SUPPLY Stale * Belle (In The Wedge) Phone* HO 5-1513 or HO 2-4251 THIS AREA ARE LISTED BELOW negotiating the outstanding dii- ! company at 5:13 p.m. The com- The campaign will have 1o dp-j m , n ,. PS Wl , ),,. )V( , w j m ( nt . Com- 1 P?my responded and extinguished fine the areas of disagreement onj lluin j s1 na |j O ns." 'the blaze reaching the broad foreign poliov : ..... u i- i ------------- — -------------. . . .. ,.' ' In his .Senate speech, Kennedy i KIHrml \otcs goals common to both candida^s, . , ., .. .. , v. i r^inrtni .-«ons 'said the summit collapse marked i vi IIPFH — Thp Pnstime Club r.\^jnvA.t — mi rasmne I_IUD good js R sub( , Hfutr for igood. carefully prepared bargaining on concrete issues, the illu sion that good intentions are a substitute for strong creative leadership." Next: The national economy Kennedy and Nixon both are on , . .. ... . .. . ,, , • • , . ' , .. ... an end to the illusion that per-i ..,;ii meet Wedncs/lTv afternoon at record in favor of continued for- ...... ___., ....„ ... ,__,,...._ ,._ VM " mPPI "'nnrsnay diinnoun <u eign aid. particularly 16 underdeveloped countries — with pos-i'!" sihle differences in emphasis, i Both would give the President ! power to extend economic and financial aid behind the Iron Cur-: tain if he feels il would help loosen satellite bonds to Moscow. Neither has ruled out future summit conferences, though both have indicated that primary reliance in the future should be placed on negotiations at the for- > Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors—Available Now Without Prescription Stop* Attacki in Minutes... Relief Lute for Hour*! oign minister and ambassadorial levels. Both are on record favoring greater reliance on the World Court for settlement of international disputes by repealing a reservation against the court's jurisdiction in disputes involving the United States. In a major speech to the Senate last June Kennedy declared that the issue in the campaign «HN«> Y.i-k. N. T. (»p«l.l)-Th« anthm* formula prescribed more than any other by doctors for their private patients Is now available to asthma sufferers without prescription. Medical tests proved this formula •tops asthma attacks in minutes and fives hours of freedom from recurrence of painful asthma spasms. This formula is so effective that It la the physicians' leading asthma prescription—so safe that now it can •e sold — without prescription — in tisur tablet* called Prima (««•*. Primatene opens bronchial tubes, loosens mucous congestion, relieves taut nervous tension. All this with* out taking painful injections. The secret is-Primatene combine* 8 medicines (In full prescription strength) found most effective la combination for asthma distress. Each performs a specisl purpose. So look forward to sleep at night and freedom from asthma spasm* ... get Primatene, at any drugstore. Only 98<—money-back-guarantee. QUW WIUMMH f»i»illl (>•••• PRESCRIPTIONS are • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton'* Most Modern Pharmacy 2510 Stati St, — North Alton — Dial HO 5-5313 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE W. •lenktnship 2708 Kanford Alton BO 5-8330 1310 VVftubinrton Alton HO 2-0417 R. L ClaiKMH Bethalto OL 4-3381 Thomas Cox 3615 A State Alton HO 8-4474 NUMBER OF DAYS Effective Aug. 1, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED RATE CHART NUMBER OF DAYS 1 6c word 10% Discount 123 12 72 144 21 6 72 130 194 18 78 156 234 78 141 211 14 84 168 252 84 151 227 15 90 180 270 90 162 243 16. 96 192 288 96 173 259 17 102 204 306 102 184 275 18 108 216 324 108 194 292 19 114 228 342 114 205 308 20 120 240 360 120 216 324 21 126 252 378 126 227 840 22 132 264 396 132 238 356 23 138 276 414 138 248 373 24 144 288 432 144 259 389 25 150 300 450 .150 270 405 26 156 312 468 156 281 421 27 162 324 486 162 292 437 28 168 336 504 168 802 454 20 174 348 522 174 813 470 80 180 360 540 180 824 886 6c per word 20% Disc. 456 288 360 432 230 288 346 312 390 468 250 312 374 336 420 504 269 336 404 360 450 540 288 360 432 384 480 576 307 384 461 408 510 612 326 408 490 432 540 648 346 432 518 456 570 684 365 456 547 480 600 720 384 480 576 504 630 756 396 506 605 528 560 792 424 448 636 552 690 828 442 552 662 576 720 864 461 576 691 600 750 900 480 600 720 624 780 936 499 624 749 648 810 972 518 648 778 672 840 1008 538 672 806 606 870 1044 551 696 835 720 BOO 1080 576 720 864 fir per word 25% Disc. 7 8 9 10 11 12 504 576 648 720 792 864 378 432 486 540 594 648 546 624 702 780 858 936 409 468 526. 585 643 702 588 672 756 840 924 1008 441 504 567 630 693 756 630 720 810 900 990 1080 472 540 607 675 742 810 673 768 864 960 1056 1152 504 576 648 720 792 864 714 816 918 1020 1122 1224 535 612 688 772 841 918 756 864 972 1080 1188 1296 567 648 729 810 891 972 798 912 1026 1140 1254 1368 598 684 769 855 940 1026 840 960 1080 1200 1320 1440 630 720 810 900 990 1080 882 1008 1134 1260 1386 1512 662 756 850 945 1039 1134 924 1056 1188 1320 1452 1586 693 792 891 990 1089 1188 066 1104 1242 1380 1518 1656 724 828 931 1085 1138 1242 1008 1152 1296 1440 1584 1728 756 864 972 1080 1188 1296 1050 1200 1350 1500 1650 1800 787 900 1012 1125 1287 1850 1092 1248 1404 1560 1716 1872 819 936 1053 1170 1287 1404 1134 1296 1458 1620 1782 1944 850 972 1113 1215 1386 1458 1176 1344 1512 1680 1848 2016 882 1008 1134 1260 1386 1512 1218 1392 1566 1740 1914 2088 918 1044 1174 1305 1435 1566 1260 1440 1620 1800 1980 2160 945 1080 1215 1350 1485 1620 5c word 30% 30 1800 1260 1950 1365 2100 1470 2250 1575 2400 1680 2550 1785 2700 1890 2850 1995 3000 2100 3150 2205 8800 2810 3450 2415 3600 2520 3750 2625 3900 2730 4050 2835 4200 2940 4350 8045 4500 8150 6c word 10% Discount Words 123 31 186 372 558 ; 186 335 502 32 192 884 586 192 346 527 33 198 396 594 198 356 545 34 204 408 612 204 351 551 85 210 420 630 210 378 567 SB 216 432 648 216 389 583 37 222 444 666 222 404 599 38 228 456 684 228 410 616 39 284 468' 702 234 421 632 40 240 480 720 240 482 648 41 246 492 738 246 443 664 42 252 504 756 252 454 680 43 258 516 774 258 464 697 44 264 528 792 264 475 713 45 270 540 810 270 486 729 46 276 552 828 276 497 745 47 282 564 846 282 508 761 48 288 576 864 288 518 778 49 294 588 882 204 52B 794 50 300 600 900 800 540 810 Card ol Thankf or Memorla tlce»-$l.50 (or W words or 1* *c for each word over <n. 6c per word 20% Disc. 456 744 930 1116 595 744 893 768 960 1152 614 768 922 792 990 1188 634 792 950 816 1020 1224 653 816 979 840 1050 1260 672 840 1008 864 1080 1206 691 864 1037 888 1110 1332 710 888 1066 912 1140 1368 730 912 1044 986 1170 1404 749 936 1123 960 1200 1440 778 860 1152 984 1280 1476 787 984 1181 1008 1260 1512 806 1008 1210 1082 1290 1548 826 1032 1238 1056 1820 1584 845 1056 1267 1080 1850 1620 864 1080 1296 1104 1380 1656 883 1104 1325 1128 1410 1692 903 1128 1354 1152 1440 1728 922 1152 1382 1176 1470 1764 941 1176 141J 1200 1500 1800 960 1200 1440 HOTEL ADDR m M _ NOT RESPON* M piu* SITUATION W HOUSEHOLD 1 HIDE WANTU1 6c per word 25% Disc. 7 1302 976 1344 1075 1386 1039 1428 1071 1470 1102 1512 1134 1554 1165 1596 1197 1688 * 1228 1680 1260 1722 1291 1764 1823 1806 1354 1848 1386 1890 1417 1932 1449 1974 1480 2016 1512 2058 1543 2100 1575 tS&SES (UNLESS PERMANENT) Cub 10 Advai ilBUC NOTICES— Ca«h io Advance. ANTED— Cash in Advance. FURNITURE (WHEN MOVING) Oath io Advai I) OUT OF STATE— Cash in Advance. 5c word 30% Discount 30 4650 3265 4800 3360 4950 3465 5100 8570 5250 3675 5400 3680 5550 3885 5700 3990 5850 4095 6000 4200 6150 4305 6300 4410 6450 4515 6600 4620 6750 4725 6900 4830 7050 4935 7200 5040 7350 5145 7500 5250 nee. i j i ice. •HP !•• IT m Bob Elliott H. K. 774 Mood MeCenothy River Ave. 2615 A State Wood River Alton CL 4-1261 HO 5-4474 Chork* S. Oak Prie . Neudecker z \ n .\ . < ;en traJ 1210 Ontral Koxan* Alton I'hone HO 5-8*41 CL 4 - 9SM H-Sptiice ^rt, rlOHtjIl Rosewood Jeneyvilte Height* IllinoU CL 4-0387 Phone 494 _ . _ . . wiMtetf F. J. Strtjctk 520 N. ftb Gdw»rd*viU« Wood Rlvw Phono 128 OL i Mil LI. Williams EMI Alton * S Wu E jN RM HomTonuMW |icommgt«n IfliKatt »«-<4

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