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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1963 Sullivan Anni Monday Erfttiug TV Digest Hospital Notes „ __ (R) Denotes RliPEAI program YC1 Sill YI KTVI (AR(;) 2 - KMOX (<;ns) 4 - Kso (MM ' ) 5 - Krru " St, Joseph's MKDICAL I.Mrs. I,eola Jereb. Glen Carbon. Good Show B.V CYNTHIA ?,ontfv AP Tf-lcvislonUadio Writer NKW YORK (APi--Kd Sullivan i 6-00-2 4 5 News 11 Movie - "Rovnl S« in- i'-', ;u '° " '."ma.".. 3315 Humbert. | ••"I! ,R> *,," M^, T^ari Bank- | a^^S^ 2 5^d| 6:10—4 5 Weathti head. Charles Cobuni ! j<; ()n ! 6:15-2 City Camera S- Weather j 9:30—4 Stvimp the S1ars i Abraham Baiter. 725 K Sixlh. 1~ith ;innivrrs.'iiT ill Iplrvisioii Sunday niclit with A f* 1 minute show stitched toother j from old Sullivan show apprar-j nnccs captured on film and video; tape. The proRrani was nit exactly | representative! of his CRS pro- • irram through the ytars—no drill i tennis. animal nets or firroba!;- nnd no one did an imitation of Sullivan. Bui there were a lot of. star names. , There was an awkward bit of 4 News: Cronklte 5 Hunt lev-Brinkley D Rocky & His B'riends 6:30—2 Dakota? (R) 4 I'o lei I Ihr I ruth '.i Mt>\ ic —• "From Hell to Texas" (19.~i.Si Don Murray, Chill Will, I] People Are Funn.v 7:00—4 rv e Got a Secret 1.1 Hest of Groucho (R) 7:30—L 1 Rifleman il~ i 4 Lucv Show 'R) .1 Binui'iiphy — "Gen Mr- Arthur" 10:00—2 '1 5 Neus 10.-1IV-2 4 5 Weather 10.15—2 Sieve Allen | 4 Eye on St. Louis ; 5 Johnny Carson 110 30—'1 Movie - '"Hie Girl i Most Likely" (19.VP Jane 1 Powell. Cliff Robeilson 10:.V>—11 Movie — "Murder in Greenwich Village" (1937) Richard Arlen. Kay Wray Mo\ ie "Tin Spidei jit: l.V-.' Dragnet (R> Woman Strikes Rack" '1916' Brenda .lover 8:00—2 Stones Burke i'R" 4 Danny Thomas (R) 5 Art Linkletter -2 Brn Casey (R' 4 Password .1 Special — Pres. Kennedy! dv in Germany conversation between Sullivan and; 8:30—4 Andy Griffith (R) Clark Gable, quips, if I remember; rightly, from something plugging' !):(!( n Gable rnovir. There was a mad sketch made in 19,il with Jackie 1 Gleason—then almost a skinny fellow—and Art Carney. Gary Cooper played a scene from a movie. Jack Benny came up with a miser gag. Fred Astaire danced. There were Russian dancers, short takes from a lot of comedians. 12:00—5 Tonight in St. Louis 12:1 -2 News * Sports 12:L'0— 1 Movie — "Midnight Madonna" (1937* Warren liam. Marly Carrel! 12:30—5 11 News 112:35—5 Almanac |]v':4(i_;, \Ve-ather eighton Sisk, 1305 Main. I,eo Walt her, St. Icon's. Mrs. Gernldine Suhre. Bethalto. John Barrilleaux. Brighton. Miss Jean Poindexter, 1903 Gross John P. Pinta, 917 R. Fourth. John Rios. 2517 Elizabeth. John Winkelmeier Sr.. St. Louis. SURGICAL Mrs. Marie Harris, 10'2 Elblc. 1J Newsreels & Religion 1:35—4 News & Religion Tuesday Daytime* June 25 5:45—4 Give Us This Day 5:50— 4 News: Tom Brooks Anyway, it proved that 15 years j 6 :00— 4 Town and Country is a long time. 7:00—4 5 P.S. 4 Morning Scene Tod^y: Hugh Downs NBC had rough going covering the National Open golf playoff Sunday. The three players wcrei 7:30—2 Mahalia Jackson far from any television cameras| 4 News: Carmichael when the network coverage start- 7;35—2 Farm Report ed at 4:30 p.m. 7:40—2 News Break The announcers chatted nervous- j 4 World of Mr. Zoom ly and endlessly for almost an; 7 . 45 _ 2 KETC Spotlight hour, helped out by showing video, 8:(K >—4 Capt. Kangaroo tapes of Saturday's play. When the players finally reached the cameras, NBC was forced to postpone "Meet the Press" an hour 8:15—2 Tree House Time 9:00—4 Calendar Say When 9:15—2 King & Odie later than scheduled. Last week.j 9:2 5_5 NBC News: Newman "Meet the Press" lost out «~m-j 9:30 _ 2 Ro mper Room pletely to golf, but this week's in-1 4 j j^g mcy (R) terview was Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy and NBC wasn't about to knock him off the air. 5 Play Your Huncn 10:00—4 The McCoys (R) 5 Price Is Right 10:30—2 Girl Talk 4 Pete & Gladys (R) 5 Concentration Recommended tonight: "Password." CBS, 9-9:30 (CDT — amusing game show, with Jacki 1 ,. 00 _ 2 General Hospital Paar and Betty White as guest 5 lgt i mpress j on stars. NEW DELHI—Imports of power generating equipment to India may now be financed by U. S. loans. 11:25—4 News: Reasoner 11:30—2 Seven Keys 4 Search for Tomorrow 5 Truth or Consequences 11:45—4 Guiding Light ALL GRINDS CHASE AND SANBORN COFFEE 2- $ 1.15 RichTex Homogenized Pure Vegetable SHORTENING 3 £ 53' JIFFY CAKE MIX 4 VARIETIES A 8-01. 9C C L Pkqs. 4U" FANCY VINE-RII'K TOMATOES ISc C.YUFORXIA ICKBEKG LETTUCE NEW GREEN APPLES FANCY GREEN BEANS Fine for Pies or Apple Sauce 2 29C 1 29c 2 29c U. S. CHOICE BEEF Round Steak 89 11:55—5 NBC News: Scherer Noon—2 Ernie Ford 4 News-Weather: Roby 5 News: Jim Burke 11 Newsreels 12:05- 4 My Little Margie (R) 5 Charlotte Peters 12:15—11 Modern Almanac 12:30—2 Father Knows Best (R) 4 As the World Turns 11 Jack LaLanne 4 Password 1:00—2 Divorce Court 4 Password 5 Ben Jerrod 11 Movie — See Mon., 10:5.) p.m., Ch. 11 1:25—5 News: Kalber 1:30—4 House Party 5 The Doctors 2:00—2 Day in Court 4 To Tell the Truth 5 Loretta Young (R) 2:15—1] Movie — See Mon., S p.m., Ch. 11 2:25—2 News: Dreier 4 News: Edwards 2:30—2 Jane Wyman (R) 4 Millionaire (R) 5 You Don't Say 3:00—2 Queen for a Day 4 Secret Storm Match Game News: Vanocur Who Do You TrustT Edge of Night Make Room for Daddy (R) 4:00—2 American Bandstand • 4 SS Popeye 5 Wrangler Club 11 Three Stooges -(R) | 4:30—2 Discovery '63 4 Movie — "Road to Rio" (19481 Bing Crosby, Bob Hope 4:65—2 American Newsstand 5:00—2 Superman (R) 5 Range Rider (R) 11 Mickey Mouse Club (R) 5:30—2 Highway Patrol (R) 5 Sea Hunt (R) 11 Quick Draw McGraw 5:55—4 Sports: Carmichael William Saxton. 521 Broadway, East Alton. John Moore, Ro.xana. Richard Bauser. 3802 Oscar. Mrs. Helen Morgan. 842 Berkshire. East Alton. Mrs. Margaret Hodgin. Fieldon. Kenneth McAfee, Dorchester. Wayne Heine. 113 Cardot. East Alton. Wil- Wilfred Eilers. Edwardsville. Mrs. Alice Cranmer, Roxana. Gervis Ramsey, Rte. 1, Fieldon. Connie Wallace, 282.1 Viewland. I DISMISSALS I Mrs. Virginia M. Albers, 2701 i Viewland. Mrs. Bertha Buckley, Edwardsville. 'Mrs. Buenta Camp. Cottage Hills (Ronald Carter, 2117 Johnson. Mrs. Willie Casey. 1722 Alby. Clifford Diotzel, Dorsey. Eric Fetcher. Godfrey. Miss Mildred Goudie, 73fi Spring. Mrs. Mable Hugbart, Rte. 1, East Alton. Robert Hunt. 405 Sering. Mrs. Shirley Johnson, East Alton. Mrs. Virginia Luly. Godfrey. John E. Heurer, Lockport. .1. II. Meyers. Fail-mount. Lucius Nicholoson. Edwardsville. Mrs. Marcella Rhoades, 3101 Fernwood. Miss Dorothy Sisco. 615 Sixth. George Stinson. Wood River. Stonecipher, Be- Mrs. Alberta thalto. Edward G. Wieneke. Rte. 2, Edwardsville. Robert Zipprich, Jerseyville. Marion Bausily. 917 Rock St. Mrs. Georgie Corbett. 18 E. 17th. Mrs. Shirley Durham, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Anita Dustman, Godfrey. Mrs. Lucille Edwards, 1915 Piasa Mrs. Lillian Embery, 1111 Hampton. Mrs. Irene Frison, 1210 Highland. Mrs. Mary Gaertner. Edwardsville. Mrs. Mildred Hay. Edwardsville. Barney Middlecoff, 1203 Wesley. Mrs. Faye Morrow, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Doris Neealy, 2300 Locust. Harold Prater, 716 Langdon. Miss Patricia Price, 3303 Hillcrest John Schultz, 620 Sheppard. Leighton Sisk. 1305 Main. Bertis Summers. Hartford. Mrs. Nancy Telkamp, 220 Dooley. Miss Cynthia Ulz. 2910 Hillcrest. Mrs. Coralia Stoye, 1256 State. I Marion McClintock. 3427 Agnes. [Kathryn Glassmeyer. Bethalto. I Floyd Hiiffstutler, 904 Wallace. William Solomon, Brighton. Mayson Acuncius, Bunker Hill. Mrs. Dorothy Johnson. S. Roxana George Hanei, Brighton. Herbert Knight, Godfrey. Mrs. Dovie Freeman, 2708 Amelia Sally Torre/. 1717 E. Fifth. Mrs. Evelyn Rowden. Godfrey. StJROK'AL Patricia Hardesty, 1400 Highland Mrs. Leila Johnson, Alton. Mrs. Flora McGee, Rte. 1, Alton. John Ewing, Rockbridge. August Zirges, Worden. Mrs. Nellie Ebbler, 911 Gold. Julius Moore. Medora. Melinda Young, East Alton. Mrs. Evelyn Almeter, 1008 McKinley. Aria Clark, 2619 Tda. Mrs. Beverly Mason, Rte. 2. DISMISSAL Mrs. Mary Manns, Bethalto. David Hodge, 1112 E. Broadway. Kenneth West, East Alton. Mrs. Elinor Connors, 1433 Cyrus. Mrs. Daisy Wood, Shipman. Mrs. Margarette Flack. Marine. Mrs. Lucia McNear, Rte. 1. Frank Hill. 811 Chouteau. Karrie Diekerson, Roxana. Pamela Flicker, Medora. Patricia Landreth, 3317 Hillcrest. Mrs. Sally Torrez. 717 E. Fifth. Daniel Thompson, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Jeanie Wilkerson, E. Alton. Mrs. Lercene Madison, 1714 Oakwood. Mrs. Faye Schuette, Bethalto. Mrs. Lena Markham, Grafton. Clyde Fruit, Edwardsville. Mrs. Bessie Bess. 2906 Werges. Mrs. Barbara Wood, Edwardsville. Mrs. Carolyn Harvey, Godfrey. Richard Schudel, Godfrey. Mrs. Neva Sutterfield, 3016 Wa- talee. Larry Oseland. 733 E. Seventh. Mrs. Violet Fuchs, Alton. Edward Hoffstetter, Wood River. Robert Ewing, 1712 Bozza. Mrs. Audrey Gann, Granite City. "us Clapper, Roxana. Mrs. Velda Ward, 2214 Holland. Samuel Roberts, Brighton. Joseph Curdie, 1910 Park. Mary Holbeck, Cottage Hills, eorge Ulrich, Staunton. Mrs. Mildred Silveus, East Alton. Mrs. Erma Masterson, Cottage Hills. VI rs. Doris Roberson, Bethalto. Loren Fowler, Grafton. Virginia Fitzgerald, 2237 Norside. Roy Plegge, Bethalto. VIrs. Grace Mohava, East Alton. Phillip Maguire. Roxana. Penny Brooks, Jerseyville. Linda Taravella, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Edith Helsley, 2830 East Broadway. Patricia Strohmeier, Edwardsville. Brenda Ballard, Wood River. Henry Neidemhofer, 503 George. ~eorge Woelfel, Jerseyville. Jersey Community MEDICAL Mrs. Charles White, Jerseyville. Joe Scoby, Jerseyville. Charles Zimmerman, Golden Eagle. Robert Winslpw. Fieldon. Mrs. John Hillen, Brussels. DISMISSALS Harold Medford, San Bernardino Calif. Mrs. Ralph Egelhoff, Jerseyville. Mrs. Robert Malloy, Jerseyville Jeffrey Allen, Alton. Linda Long, Jerseyville. Wood River Township MEDICAL Mrs. Anna Lundak, 2930 Werges. Mrs. Lucille Carr, 313 Oak St., East Alton. Clifford Ferguson. Roxana. Melvin Duncan, Bethalto. John Barrett, 603 Brookside. Vicki Melone, 1015 Madison. Mrs. Aleta Shank, Hartford. Kay Harrison, 245 S. 13th. Mrs. Orpha Warren, S. Roxana. Mrs. Sandra Boettger, Bethalto. Lucien Kremer, 19 N. Haller. Mrs. VOL'NG—TENDEK BEEF LIVER . . . LARGE—ALL MKAT BOLOGNA .... Sli r b - 49' 45c PEARL MARKET ; Convenient]/ Located in the Center ol Alton • 50 till pay day for 70< take 2 weeks to pay Larger loans with longer termi of repayment are available to families and to (tingle men or vro- men for any worthwhile purpoM. Phone or come in today. LOANS $25 TO $800 ASSOCIATES St. Anthony's MEDICAL i John F. Dorman, 1621 Joesting. ! Miss Laurie Hellrung, -140 E. 4th. i Cynthia Mossman, 2109 Lawton. 'Charles Weaver, 3207 Edsall. ; Henry Gaffney, 1251 W. Ninth. DISMISSALS •loan Austin, Brighton. Shop Furlow, 802 Rock. Mrs. Grace Henry, ("05 N. Dale. Mrs. Albena Jones, Edwardsville. Mrs. Ella Krankel, Cottage Hills. Henry Liley, 2455 Alby. I Mrs.' Loretla Medlock, Godfrey. Mrs. Beatrice Stallings, 305 Hollywood. Alton Memorial MEDICAL Mrs. Minnie Glassbrenner, 1912 Alby. Clarence Brooks, Springfield. Willis Gushing, 2009 Chapin PI. I Mrs. Elizabeth Connoyor, West Alton, Mo. SURGICAL Edith Pearson, 406 East Drive, East Alton. Miss Nola Thompson, Roxana. William J. Drewes, 440 California, East Alton. Mrs. Lottie Williams, 611 North Drive, East Alton. DISMISSALS Gary Cooperider, 71 Carstens. • Miss Diana Disher, 405 Whitelaw Charles McKinney, 865 Lorena. Mrs. Pruella West, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Jessie Qixon, Cottage Hills. Miss Sandra Boettger, Bethalto. Albert Matejka, 264 S. Ninth. Mrs. Delores Brooks, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Shirley Tretter, Wood River Selden Eaker, Rte. 1, Bethalto. Charles Homer, Rte. 1, Alton. Mrs. Rosina Hartline, Cottage Hills. Ernest Bottorff, Roxana. Vemie Miller, Bethalto. Mrs. Estell Swann, 111 Eckhard. Mrs. Carol Magee, Godfrey. Mrs. Mary Wedderburn, E. Alton. Mrs. Vera Knight, Grafton. Mrs. Podesva To Sing With Wood River Band WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Jerry 'odesva. Rosewood Heights, will be featuredvocal soloist at the 8 p.m. Wednesdy concert of the Municipal Band in Central Park. Mrs. Podesva has chosen "Summertime," and "No Other Love lave I", as her selections. Band numbers comprising the >rogram, have been announced jy Chester Hughes, director, as ollows: "Mr. Lucky," by Henry Mancini; "Fandango," Frank Per:ins; "Carnival," Bob Merrill; 'Die Meistersinger," Richard vVagner; "Gigi," Frederic! Lowe; "Tam- irlane," Frank Ericson; "Coat of Arms," Ranney; and "Take Me Along," Merrill. 7 Edivardsville Area Residents Enter Hospital EDWARDSVILLE - Seven area •esidents were admitted to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, dur- ng the past weekend and 11 pa- ients were discharged. Admitted were: Mrs. Mary Poleta, Rte. 4; Miss Diane Lett, !25 East Schwa rz; Mrs. Joyce Jones, 520 Elsie; William Brockman, 808 Madison; Mrs. Edith Vieth, Rte. 3; M r s. Margaret Caulk, 307 S. Benton; Robert Myers, 1428 Montclaire. Discharged were: Harold Hall, Rte. 2; Mrs. Frances Pergrem, 18 Hickory; Mrs. Geraldine Cus- inelli, Rte. 4; Mrs. Vera Newlin, Box 48; Otto Albrecht, 1712 N. Main; Mrs. Helen Closterman, 29 Frederick; David Wieduwilt, 03 Springer; Earl Goodman, 1439 Sberhart; Mrs. Raymond Thorley and son, Rte. 2; Alan Halbe, 1024 -ongfellow; Mrs. Margaret Ring- iring, Rte. L Wood River Woman Struck by Auto WOOD RIVER — Mrs. Marsha Yamell, 25, 403 Leslie Ave., escaped serious injury Sunday when ihe was knocked down while :rossing Jennngs Avenue at Third Itreet. Police said Mrs. Yarnell was ust about to step up onto the curb m the north side of Jennings when a car driven by Mrs. Charles Brankov, 854 Esther St., brushed ler down Mrs. Yarnell, who was released 'rom the hospital following examination, was checked for a hip and ankle injury. 16 Treated at Township Hospital Over Weekend WOOD RIVER — The emergency room at Wood River Township Hospital was busy during the weekend with 16 persons treated and released during the two- day period. Those treated Saturday and released included: Arthur Pruitt, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pruitt, 2107 Hildebrand. Madison, for a left knee injury suffered when he fell on a steel bolt at the home of a friend in Bethalto. John P. Gerard, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gerard, 3004 Fernwood, Alton, for a left ankle injury incurred when he fell out of bed at home. Michele Roderick, 9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Roderick, 611 Third St., Wood River, for removal of a thorn from her upper right leg which became came embedded when the child fell in a rose bush. Mrs. Paul Kelley, 536 L o r e- na, Wood River, for a laceration of her right wrist suffered when a glass slipped and broke in her kitchen sink. Donald Heneghan, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherald Heneghan, 140 Circle Dr., East Alton, for a dog bite of his right ankle, received while delivering newspapers. Jim Bucks. 6. son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bucks. 223 Mndlson Ave., Wood River, for a burn to his face received when he ran into the lighted end of a cigarette his father was holding. Mrs. Cornelia Mutz, 222 Whitelaw, Wood River for a left knee injury suffered when she bumped against a coffee table in her home. Treated Sunday and released included: Nancy Hinson, 15, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Hinson, 422 Job St., East Alton, for a laceration to the back of her head incurred when she struck it on a television set while playing at home. Charles Breden, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Breden Sr., 93 N. Williams St., Cottage Hills, for a left thumb injury Mrs. Ruth Peters, 55, 3306 W. Pierce St., Phoenix, Am., for a right thumb injury suffered when she caught it in a car door. Mrs. Clarence Pe a r s o n, 406 East Drive. East Alton, for forehead, shoulder and arms Injuries suffered when she tripped while i getting out of a car. Bids on Sewer Project Rejected at East Alton EAST ALTON — The village board of trustees rejected one complete and one partial bid Saturday for construction of the proposed sewage treatment plant and sewer lines, The council agreed that the bids which were opened Thursday, were non-competitive. M. H. Wolff Construction Co. of Granite City had submitted a total net bid of 5780,721, with $423,655 for construction of tin? treatment plant and $397,066 for sewer lines needed in conjunction with the project. The two-part bid totaled $820.721 but the bidder stipulated that $40,000 could be deducted if it were accepted by "the board for both parts. The only other bid received was $394,630 for construction of the treatment plant. It was submitted by the Acton Construction Co. of I St. Paul, Minn. j Both the treatment plant and the necessary lines have been estimated to cost approximately $697,000 by Sheppard, Morgan and Schwaab, engineers for the project. A second public hid opening is Lions to Meet Tuesday at Edward&ville EDWARDSVILLE—Awards win be presented at a meeting of the Eldwardsville Lions Club Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Edwardsviile Gun Club, it was reported. Ladies Night will be the theme of a meeting July 9. New officers will be installed at the meeting scheduled to he held at Rusty's Restaurant. Approximately $2,500 was collected in a fund drive by the club for insect-spraying in the community. Bill Malseed was general chairman of the project. Other members on the committee were: Boh Schwalb, project director; Norm Winter, fund raising; Norm Warren, equipment maintenance, and Otis Owens, contract spraying. Edwardsville Names Boy Stale Delegates EDWARDSVlLLE - - Six area high school boys will represent Edwardsville at the 1963 session of llinois Boys State at Springfield June 23-29, according to Commander Quincy A: Nettleton, Jr., of Edwardsville American Legion Post 199. Named to participate in the annual workshop were: Sheldon Wille, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Wille, 715 Sherman; .lames Rigler. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rigler, 1009 Grand Ave.; Glenn Bradford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bradford, Glen Carbon; Carl Roller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Roller, 926 Arcadia; Richard Wheeler, son of tentatively set for Aug. 15 accord-1 M,.. a ,,d Mrs. James Wheeler, ing to officials of the engineering Grainey Drive, Glen Carbon; and firm. Ray Meier, Edwardsville. BEL*AlRfi81 CAPRI 66 & II I tR 6 9636 Ml* lAMItlCAl fo«IVi-INS1 DID SI IOUIS RD Cl 4 i|4 •k LAST 2 NITES * WHAT SADISTIC SKCKUT DID TIIKSK WOMEN POSSESS? HKKClLIvS CAPIIM; ; ••wo ME IN * LAST 2 NITES * LIZ and ROCK TAYLOt •001 HUDSON KM Your Favorite Family Drive-In TOKYO — A donkey in the Tokyo Zoo has been fitted with a set of metal false teeth. Mrs. Audrey Mennemeyer, Edwardsville. William Gares, East Alton. Mrs. Alice Jaynes, 635 Acton. Mrs. Mabel Curry, South Roxana. Mrs. Pauline Schnaufer, 105 Jennings. Charles Milligan, Hartford. Glen Kalagian, Roxana. Dale Shirley, East Alton. Mrs. Bonnie Clark, East Alton. Mrs. Lillie Shewmaker, Cottage Hills. Karla Zyph, Roxana. Mrs. Medford Fraaier, Godfrey. Mrs. Nettie Scoggins, 617 Winkler Mrs. Charlotte Browning, E. Alton Ralph Barnhorn Jr., Godfrey. Thomas Barnhorn, Godfrey. STARLIGHT-, BOX OFFICE OPENS AT 7:00 SHOWING TRUE...TURBULENT... TREMENDOUS! *SL- MEIRO-GOIMW NEW MUTINY OMTHE BOUN TECHNICOLOR Color Curtoons — Free Playground. Children udmltted Free LOAN COMPANY 835 CKNTKAL AVE. 'AKKINU ALTON: 1828 E. llroadwuy Alton Plaza, HO 2-0715 WOOD RIVER: 66 E. Ferguson St., CL 4-I1878 Charges urc computed at 3% on tluil piirt ol scheduled monthly balances nut exceeding $150. 2% above $150 to $300 and 1% on remainder. Listen to Associates Weather Report on W111IY Hadln 51), 7:15 a.m., Monday Iliru Friday. MON.-TUE.-WED. ON SALE - MICHIGAN STRAWBERRIES 3 Quart $| Af) Boxes *•**" Home Grown 1-resh TOMATOES 3 lbs 59c SWEET CORN 49c a Doz. NEW POTATOES 25 b : B 890 VURY LOW PRICE! Gel 'Em ill Uroadwny & Muln, of Course! 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