Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 3
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 11, 1963
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THtmsOAY, JULY 11,1963 Hoys Horn Hour Apart Are Ayres Brothers* Sons Two brothers Ijconnio fnlliors of boys born within n llttto ttioro (ban nn hour of ciieh other Wednesday in Alton Memorial Mospllnl. They wcro Jnmc.s Ayrcs St 1 ,, 232 Doolcy Drive nnrt Normim Ayres, 1<I08 Donnno St., Cotltmc Mills. Robert Cllnlon Ayras, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Ayres Sr., Was born al 12:06 p.m. and wolghdd seven pmmds atid 10 ounces. He has a brother, James Robert Jr., 10-monlhs- old. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ayros 1 son, Mark Stephen, was boi-n at 1:14 p.m. and weighed seven pounds and 15 ounces, Mo is the second child of Mr. and Mrs, Ayres, who have a daughl- er, Kalhi, 2. Moiilicello Promotes Wliurton and Slarkcy Robert Wliarlon and Wilbur 1? Starkoy received promotions a Monticello College, Dr. Duncui Wimprcss, prcsltleiil, announced today. Wharton, formerly assistant dl rector of development and bur sar of the college, will be dirccloi of development and Public Rela tions. Starkey, formerly director o; public information will now lake over the direction of college pub lie-aliens, in addition to the duties of director of public information 'Culture /Joys' A new club at Alton High Schoo Is being formed to raise cultura standards in Alton, according to Jan Friedman, club president -Called the "Culture Boys," the club is composed of students will "C" average or better. Council Will Call For New Bids on Southside Sewer New bids are lo be called by he city for the construction of the outhside Interceptor sower, next >ig project under Alton's sower mprovement program to elimin lie river pollution. By resolution, Hie city council Wednesday night rejected bids nken last June 2<1 as "too high" ind authorized Public Works Dl- 'oclor Paul A. Lenz to seek new )roposals al an appropriate future late. At its meeting two weeks ago, he council laid over action on the bids pending possibility that in acceptable figure on the lowest bid that of R&R Construction Co. might be negotiated. But. subsequently a federal public health service official ruled the amount to be negotiated was greater than permissible if the city were to retain its fedora grant of $250,000 for the project. Before adopting the resolution to reject and readvertise the council received a special report froir Mayor P. W. Day citing the pub lie health service ruling. It then adopted recommcnda. tions of the citizens advisory com mlttec- on engineering for the sewer and of the public works director for rejection of bids. Before final action, the council granted the floor to Charles A Rook, bead of R&R Constructioi Co., the low bidder. Rook said he realized he bad been overrule* as to negotiations, but complaincc that after the council two weol« ago opened the way for furlhct negotiating, no negotiations were held. He also, said he had learnnc from an official source that UK city was eligible for a further fed- eral grant of $100,000. Public Works Director Lenz said negotiations hadn't been resumed in view of the ruling by the public health service. Mayor Day explained (hat the ily has receiver! a $250,000 fod- i fni grant for the sewage trcat- Tient plant and will receive a like 250,000 grant for the southsldc ntcreicptor when an acceptable ild is obtained. II further has applied for a $100,000 grant to apply o the eastside Interceptor which will bring to a total of $600,000 the iimount of federal aid it is to ob lain. In action on another public project, the council voted 11 to 1 to adopt a resolution appropriating $5,800 of motor fuel lax funds for an engineering survey on a routing for a crosstown street from College and Central to State Street. The route suggested would be generally along Hint of College- 20th and Madison Avenue. Adoption of the appropriation, urged by Mayor Day, was on recommendation of the city Finance Committee. To be effective it must be approved by the Division of Highways. Boy Bitten as Dog Snaps al Sandwich A 15-year-old boy saved his bam sandwich, but got his hand bitten when his pet dog decided he had been invited to lunch. David Strickland, son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Strickland, H877 Claremont Ave., was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital where he was treated, and released, for the dog bite. Robert Hall reduces prices on our entire stocks of 2 nationally advertised men's TROPICAL SUITS Sorento® DACRON & WORSTED reduced to S(tve $ 15to $ 20 comparable values *45 to $ 5O Tropic-Hair DACRON & RAYON reduced to 'Save *12 comparable value 36.95 There's never 0 charge for alterations at Robert Hall I A large selection of seasonal colors and patterns in a choice of newest models. SIZES FOR REGULARS, SHORTS, LONGS, 'J.M. 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Save On Home Needs 49 Solid Color Toast, Gold, Green (48x90) Fiberglass Drapes Regular 8.99 pair Check Pattern—Fringe Trim (53x85) Barbecue Tablecloths Regular 4.99 Values Gannon Towel Specials BATH SIZE HAND SIZE WASH CLOTH 66c 36c 22c Masonite Wall—7-tt. x 15-inch Deep Pool Regular 15.98 Value Masonite Wall—8-ft. x 18-inch Deep Pool Regular 21.98 Value Briggs-Stratton 4-Cycle 24" Rotary Mower Compare at 59.95 24" Hooded Barbecue With Motori/ed Rotisserie— Compare at 16.98 11 38 22 22 3 Piece Patio Set 2 Chairs — 1 Chaise — Regular 17.98 Value Patio Chairs Regular 4.95 Values ............. Samsonite Folding Chairs Regular 5.95 Values ............. White Royal Scaly Pattern 45-Pc. Dinnerware Set Regular 15.98 Value ............. 13 77 3 77 3 8 77 Door Buster Specials Tide Soap Regular 2 for 67e Size 2 lor 40C W1IIIJJ TtUOV LAST—LIMIT 2 TO CUSTOMER Ban Deodorant Regular $1.00 Size 44c Family Size Crest Toothpaste (WITH FHKI5 PACKAGIC OF BAND AIDS) Regular 1,22 Size 54c Kleenex Regular 25c Stee 12c »o* LIMIT 2 TO CUSTOMER Save On Lingerie Ladies' Dacron, Nylon & Cotton Blend Fancy Trim Slips Regular 3.00. Sizes 32-44 Assorted Colors & Print Cotton Sleep wear • Sleep Coats • Shift Gowns • Baby Dolls — Regular 4.00 Values One Group of Cotton & Nylon Sleepwear Regular to 4.00 Values Calico Print Top—Striped Pant Ladies' Pajamas Regular 4.00 Values 2 44 13 Save On Accessories Summer Handbags Regular 3.00 Values Summer Handbags Regular 5.00 Values Summer Handbags Regular 8.00 Values Sun & Fun Hats Large Asst. Colors & Designs— Regular to 3.00 Values 2 22 $ 3 4 22 I 77 One Of Our Sources Had An Overstock Of Assorted Cotton SUMMER Misses' and Half-Sizes We Bought 95 Pieces At Truly Outstanding Savings to You! Regular 4.99 - 5.99 6.99-8.99 LOOK FOR THEM ON MAIN FLOOR TABLES Save On Men's & Boys' Men's Short Sleeve Sport Shirts Regular to 3.98 Men's Famous B.V.D. Swim Trunks Regular 3.98 Values Men's Dress Slacks Regular (5.98 Values BUY 2 PAIR FOR EXTRA SAVINGS—2 lor $9 Men's Famous Higgins QSO 77 Summer Dress Slacks 6 77 Regular 8.98 Values BUY 2 PAIR FOR EXTRA SAVINGS—2 tor $13 Men's Long-Leg and Long Ann Style Munsingwear Pajamas Regular 5.98 Value Men's Cabanna Sets Regular 8,98 Values Men's Knit Shirts 2'"*5 Regular 8,09 Values Men's Bermuda Shorts 2"" *5 Regular 8.08 Values JJoy's (Including Tom Sawyer) Sport Shirts Regular 3.08 Values A Better Dress Clearance GROUP I Reg. io 14.98 GROUP II Reg. lo 17.98 GROUP III Reg. lo 24.98 Save On Ladies' 1 Sportsivear Knee Pants Regular to 4.99 Values Knit Slim Jims & Skirts Regular to 5.99 Values Short Shorts Regular 3.98 Values Jamaica Shorts Regular 2.00 Values Ladies' Capris Regular 2.99 Values Kiltie Skirts Regular 3.99 Values Knit Skirts Regular to 4,99 Values O88 2 (Tj* —^ ^Er • 1 I 50 2 88 •ai Save On Children's Girls' Dress Savings GROUP I — Si/es 7 to 14 — Regular 7.99 to 10.98 4 44 GROUP II — Si/es 3 to (ix & 7 to 14 Regular 3.99 to 5.99 GROUP III — Si/es 3 to « — Regular 2.99 and 3.99 - o44 97 • SIZE RANGES INCLUDE CIIUBBIES • MACHINE WASHABLE DARK COTTON IN PATTERN & STRIPES • BRAND NAMES INCLUDED IN GROUPS- CINDERELLA, KATE GREENWAY, BONNIE BLAIR Clearance Your Choice Entire Stock CHILDREN'S PLAYWEAR 0 OFF Si/«-K 3 (o 6X and GirlH7lo 14- Boys Si/,<* Only 3 lo 6X ^

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