Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 11, 1963
Page 9
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THimSDA¥, JtfLV II, 1963 ALTOM EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE •'•—'-^—'--'•"•* •»- "—•••^••-•'•••••'t'-'••">"" "i-"•"••'••••••••-•-••'"•«.'"-•••••—.,.,-,.-.,....»»^,^. aa ^^.,...,»t»^. a ^.,».»„.„»„ ., M ^.^^.~».^ 1 ^»-»-»-«----'~™ ..«-.».-.«.-»..»--.-----.'.-•.....,»...-. r1 —— •• "—• Fom« New Teachers Join Cadimdlle Unit Faculty i — Four tcnclv CM hnvc been employed lo fill vncnndea which existed In the CarHfiv!llt* Community Unit School District. Wllh these np- twlnlments, fir. ft. fc. Lensman, superintendent, snld there Is still one vncnncy, llmt of tenchcr of English and Spnnlsh, on the high school staff. Mrs. Blllte Jean Nelson of 121 North High St. and a graduate of Blackburn College, class of 1061, has been employed hs a teacher of first; gt-ade located Hi the Methodist Educational building. Mrs. Kelson has just completed two years of leaching in second grade at Carpenlersvllle. Gary Ellis, a graduate of Illinois State Normal Unlcvrslty, class of 1962, has been employed as a teacher of agriculture In the high school. Ellis taught last yefir At Eldorado High School. Me and his wife have mbved into the Roemer pro- petty at 820 Prairie St. Mrs. Mildred taylor of Ephrata, Wash., has been employed as a Spanish teacher In the high school. Mrs. faylor Is a graduate of Eastern Washington State College, Cheney, Wash., and has had 13 years of teaching experience In Texas, New Mexico, IN WOOD RIVER ACROSS FROM POOL AND HIGH SCHOOL Have a Burger Party TONIGHT! OUR POPULAR MENU Hamburgers 15c Cheeseburgers 19c Seaburger 30c French Fries .. t 12c Milk lOc Large, 16 Oz. Triple Thick Shakes 20c Pepsi-Cola lOc & ISc Coffee lOc Root Beer & Orange .. lOc & ISc Sun. thru Thurs., 11 A.M. to 11 P.M. Frl. and Sat., 11 AM to Midnlto. Coupon— Minimum Purchase of 10 Burgers for Special Price NO LIMIT *m\ .SPECIAL COUPON If) III CAHROL- BURGERS Everyday $1.50 Value Any Number o( Addltlunnl Carrolburgers Jiisl lOc Each. Offer Valid Frl., Sat., Sun., July 12-13-14 SPECIAL COUPON " r | t A GOLDEN $ I • I U FRENCH FRIES I B Evcrytlny $1,20 Value * Any Number ol Additional 11 Golden Fries Just lOc Each. • Otter Valid Frl., Sat., Sun., * July 12-13-14 IB SPECIAL COUPON J TRIPLE I THICK SHAKES Everyday $1.20 Value Any Number of Additional Triple Thick Shakes Just 15c Each. Offer Valid Frl., Sat., SUN., July 12-13-14 Montana, Wyoming, arid Washington. She has had experience n teaching Spanish at the elementary; junior high school, and high school levels. At the pro- ent time, Mrs. faylor is at- ending a summer Spanish in- titule at. KnoX College, Gales burg. Miss Carol Varner of Spring- ield, Mo., and a graduate of 3rcenville College in Greenville, with the class of 1963 will teach Ifth grade at the South School. Vliss Varncr is attending Southwest Missouri State this summer. Clubhouse Looted in JerseyCounty JERSEYVILLE - Sheriffs of evcral counties are looking for a rlo of burglars who looted several ilubhouses in Pike, Calhoun and fersey counties Tuesday afternoon. The thieves were spotted in Jersey County during a break-in ibout 4:30 Tuesday afternoon at i clubhouse owned by Lloyd D. 3llis, of 2429 Dewoy Ave., Granite City. A farmer of the area, observed the car driven by the burglars and obtained a description of the men and the vehicle. The description coincided with that obtained by others in Pike County where t h e thieves first struck. The Jersey County farmer telephoned the office of Sheriff Paul Miller and an immediate search was launched to locate the car. Articles taken at the Ellis club house were: a five-horsepower outboard motor, an electric table lamp, approximately $30 worth of groceries; coffee pot, pillow cases, clock and other articles. The Ellis Club House is located a quarter of a mile north of the Herbert Dabbs home in Western Jersey County. The daylight burglars broke a window to gain entrance into the clubhouse. Articles stolen earlier in the afternoon in Pike County included a quantity of tools. Oil Import Curbs Seen As Needed WASHINGTON (AP)-Ati interagency committee has advised President Kennedy that domestic crude oil prices are "substantially higher than they would be In tho (ibsence of import controls..," But the committee said, "No immediate sharp change in tho level of Imports can be justified as prudent." The report was prepared Sept. by a committee headed by Edward A. McDermotl, then director of emergency planning. Its members' included representatives of the state, treasury, defense, justice, interior, commerce and labor departments. Spokesmen for a House commerce subcommittee said the report will be printed next week as part of its hearings on legislation to extend the Interstate oil compact commission, which regulates domestic oil production. A copy of the report was obtained today from Petroleum Industry sources. The committee said an end to import controls probably would reduce crude oil prices by $1 a barrel. With U.S. consumption totaling 3.5 billion barrels a year, that could mean a saving to consumer of about $3.5 billion. But the reported added: "While a part of the benefit of crude oil price supports is received by nationally-owned oil companies and related industries, the remainder flows to local business and local economies. A sharp decline in the level of prices or of production would create pockets of economic distress and unemployment. "It is therefore difficult to make any precise judgment as to the cost of the program to the economy... OUR GREATEST SUMMER SALE! Yellowstone National Park contains the largest and most active geyser region in the world. There are about 3,000 geysers and hot springs in the park. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily YOUR CHOICE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY WINDSOR MODE FASHION MIRRORS EA. 20x24 Inch Mirror-Border Frame With Brass Cover Clips 18x24 Inch Gold-Brown Antique 21x2S Inch White-Gold Brush Frame With Mnen Un«r Serving Align Slags 18x28 Inch French Style Gold Frosted Antique HADLEY-DEAN GLASS CO, 2615 EAST BROAD WAY PHONE 465-8813 PLENTY 0F FREE PARKING OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. TO § P.M.-FRIDAYS 8 A,M. TILL 9 P.M. BE HERE EARLY! SALE STARTS FRIDAY AT 9 A,M,,,. BE HERE EARLY FOR THESE VALUES SHOP ALL THREE FLOORS AND SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! SAVE 50% AND MORE ON LADIES' SUMMER Says Cuba Is Staging Area For Saboteurs WASHINGTON (AP)—Sen. John Tower, R-Tex., says he's not at all surprised by a State Department report that 15 to 20 potential subversive agents have flown recently from Cuba to other Caribbean lands. "It's been going on for some time," Tower said today in an interview. "I have 'consistently said that Cuba is a staging area, a training ground for saboteurs, guerrillas and propagandists." Another critic of U.S. policy to ward the Cuban regime of Fide Castro, Sen. Kenneth B. Keating said the report was "further evi dence of the step-up in the export of terrorism from Cuba to other Latin-American countries. 1 ' The New York Republican expressed his view Wednesday night in an interview in Rochester, N.Y Some newspapers as well as congressional critics have been charging that Cuba was exporting subversion. Richard I. Phillips, State De partment press officer, said Wednesday that the 15 to 20 per sons —presumably Cuban — let Cuba by way of Grand Cayman Island — a British island of" Cuba. He said this has been drawn to the attention of the British. A for eign office spokesman said in Lon don Wednesday night that the mat ter is being carefully considered by responsible British officials. Phillips' statement came afte Rep. William C. Cramer, R-Fla. quoted a Miami news reporter m saying that Soviet-made plane: had discharged passengers on Grand Cayman Island. Phillips said the planes tha landed on the island were three Soviet-made Ilyushin airliners. He said the 15 to 20 "potential sub versive agents" transferred lo non-Cuban commercial flights to other points in the Caribbean area including San Jose, Costa Rica Plan Reunion Of Old Dover School Pupils CARROLLTON — The fifth re union of the students and teach ers of the now disbanded Dove school will be held Sunday, Aug 18, at Carrollton City Park in th form of a picnic dinner at noon Fred Pewter of Greenfield, former teacher in the school, wi serve as master of ceremonies The reunion is being planned b the officers, Harland Shannon president; Phillip Fnrrelley, vice- president; Mrs. Charles Daum secretary. The reunions are held at three- year intervals. Honored at Luncheon CARROLLTON - Miss Freda Dexheimer and Miss Louise Dexheimer of Granite City, who are en route to Lake Louise and Banlf on vacation were guests of honor at a luncheon Tuesday at the home of Mrs, C. G. Purl. Mrs. George Grauel of Carrollton was nlso a guest, The four were friends when they were students at Illinois College at Jacksonville. Scientists believe meteorites are the only specimens of outer space material on earth, SUMMER BARGAINS FOR MEN AND BOYS SUMMER BARGAINS FOR WOMEN MEN'S FAMOUS NAME SPORT SHIRTS 2.97 Values to 8.95 MEN'S INTERWOVEN HOSE 3 $2 Pairs for •• Values to 1.25 ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S STRAW HATS 2.99 Values to 10.95 MEN'S SUMMER SLACKS 6.90 Values to 10.95 HIS and HER SPORT SHIRTS 2 ,„ $ 7 Regular 10.00 Vol. » FAMOUS BRAND KNIT SHIRTS 2.97 Regular 4.00 Val. MEN'S BROADCLOTH BOXER SHORTS 3 $2 for i" Regular 1.25 Val. YOUNG MEN'S IVY SPORT GOATS '21 Values to 29.95 YOUNG MEN'S IVY TROPICAL SUITS '28 Values to 39.95 ENTIRE STOCK BOYS' SWIM WEAR 25% OFF ENTIRE STOCK BOYS' BERMUDAS 20% OFF ENTIRE STOCK BOYS' SUMMER SUITS & COATS 25% OFF BIG REDUCTIONS Regular 5.98 ...................... Now $3.00 Regular 9.98 ...................... Now $5.00 Regular 14.98 ...................... Now $7.50 Regular 19.98 ...................... Now $10.00 Regular 25.98 ...................... Now $13.00 Regular 29.98 ...................... Now $15.00 1/2 OFF AND MORE ON LADIES' SUMMER SUITS Regular 1 7.98 ...................... Now $8.50 Regular 29.98 ....................... Now $15.00 Regular 49.98 ................... .... Now $25.00 ENTIRE STOCK OF SUMMER KNIT SPORTSWEAR WOMEN'S SUMMER BLOUSES I/ OFF /2 AND MORE Values to 7.98 ONE GROUP WOMEN'S SPORTSWEAR « /2 AND MORE Values to 17.98 Skirts— Slacks — Shorts ONE GROUP SUMMER SKIRTS Values to 1 0.98 OFf SSCSRTS - SLACKS - SHORTS PEDAL PUSHERS AND TOPS Regular 2.98 ........................ Now $2.00 Regular 5.98 ........................ Now $4.00 Regular 7.98 ........................ Now $5.00 Regular 9.98 ........................ Now $7.00 SAVE BIG MONEY SUMMER CLOTHING ONE LARGE GROUP ARTEMIS LINGERIE /2 PRICE Slips — Gowns — Baby Dolls ENTIRE STOCK SUMMER SPORTSWEAR 20% OFF ENTIRE STOCK SUMMER WRAP SKIRTS CULOTTES Shorts & Skirts 20% OFF SPECIAL GROUP PERMALIFT BRAS & GIRDLES /2 PRICE SPECIAL GROUP FORMFIT BRAS AND GIRDLES '2 TRICE ONE LARGE GROUP of Quality Summer and Year- Round Suits, all from our regular stock. Regular 49.95 Now $24.97 Regular 35.00 Now $27.50 Regular 59.95 Now $29.94 Regular 65.00 Now $32.50 Regular 75.00 Now $37.50 SPORT COATS, l /z PRICE BIG SELECTION of Summer and Year-Round Fabrics from our regular stock. You'll want several. Regular 29.95 Now $14,98 Regular 35.50 Now $17.75 Regular 39.95 Now $19.97 Regular 50.00 Now $25,00 ALL SALES FINAL Slight Charge for Alterations LADIES' NYLON TRICOT PANTIES 39c (Limit 2 Pr.) Regular 1.00 Val. LADIES' QUALITY UMBRELLAS Special Purchase LADIES' LEATHER BILLFOLDS 88 c (1 Limit) ENTIRE STOCK SUMMER JEWELRY WOK FOR MEN! FOR WOMEN! DOWNTOWN ALTON'S QUALITY CLOTHING STORE FOR BOYS

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