Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 11, 1963
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Irish Inn Set July 29 feDWARBSVILLE — Hearing has been feet for 10 a.m. July 29 nt^prlfigfleld before the Illinois Llftior Control Commission on an appeal taken by Mrs. Ludle Shas- Ud, ? operator of Irish Inn Tavern hear Granite City, from recoVation of her county liquor permit. '-Notice of the appeal hearing W¥s received today by County Ll- qftof Commissioner Harold Landolt, who entered an order follow- ing § "fiiidft cause" hearing •hine 20, feVokihg Mrs ShasHd 1 county liquor .license tm grounds of selling liqubf to minors. three ttdxana High School sophomore testified at the .hine 20 hearing that they had bought beer and liquor at the tavern on several occasions :prior to a "party" the night of May 24 when Roxana police rounded up a group ' of teenagers arid obtained admissions of purchasing beer at the Irish Inn, located near Chain of Rocks Canal bridge north of Granite City. By 1980 it is estimated the population of the United States will rise to 250 million from approximately' 188 million this year. Fine from BIEDERMANS 10 Diamond Set 195 Pay $ I * Only IW 10 Fine Diamonds In Matched Mount- Ings. 14K White or Yellow Gold. can «dways enjoy Fine Quality Diamonds from ' Bredermans • at the lowest possible prices. Since 1886 ' Biedermans has served the Middlewest and has enjoyed tlw reputation of being a friendly store. A lifetime Diamond , Guarantee Bond h given with every diamond purchased. .Buy NOW—years later trade for a larger diamond an* receive FULL PURCHASE PRICE—regardless ol wear. OPEN EVERY NIGHT—OPEN AN ACCOUNT WfS"WW*!^ -.^X^v.* VV< !<• wu <s S ^fs^r^ «t s ^'^ , c*t > ~&*PA^ ^ *• ^ >• 'A «.\ f «^ ,\^ . V few^uMuiaiMuaj ^ '^Tr ^1 t ,^' k \ : £ &. ^ I/ " < ^-<,*.* Liquor Permit Granted Firemen For Two Days EDVVARbSVtLLte — With approval of the Board of Supervisors' Liquor License Committee, County Liquor Commissioner Har- UNIQUE POWER MAKER of St. Louis, has a capacity of 350,000 kilowatts and cost $50 million. The water is pumped to the reservoir during slack power periods and released when power is needed. It is the first of such projects in the country, Some of Aerial view of Union Electric's new Taum Sauk pumped storage power plant near Lesterville in the Missouri Ozarks. Lower lake is in the foreground, power house at left center, and upper reservoir on top of Proffit Mountain. The plant, located 90 miles southwest its power will be used in Alton. Mournhtg Dove Population On Decline WASHINGTON (AP)—A three year decline in mourning dove populations in the eastern and central United States has been ro ported by the Department of the Interior. Woodcock and snipe showed an increase the department an nounced Wednesday, while band- tailed pigeons, rails and gallinutes remained in about the same number. Date limits—within which states set hunting seasons for the birds- were announced with the bird population estimates. The department also reported general improvement ;n waterfowl nesting conditions in northern breeding areas. Conditions for a successful duck production season in North Dakota, South Dakota and western Minnesota are better than in many years, the department said. Canadian grasslands in southern Alberta and south Saskatchewan, however, are still suffering from a drought. Slight increases in waterfowl breeding populations over 1962 were shown by surveys, the department reported. Another survey to determine the success of the nesting will be home during the summer, after which hunting regulations for the fall waterfowl season will be issued. The limits are: Mourning doves—A 70-day season, within Sept. 1 through Jan 15, 1964 for all states east of the Mississippi River and Louisiana; Shopping at the "Wild Goose" IS BARGAINS! NOTHING BUT BARGAINS! "Aqua King" OSCILLATING LAWN SPRINKLER Model 2400 J5.29 Union Made — Heavy Weight • OVERALLS . $2.99 • PANTS . . . $1.99 niAUAl M • BOYS' Equipped with GIRLS' Generator & Light $ 29 .95 Fully Guaranteed STEP LADDERS 4-Foot 5-Foot 6-Foot 8-Foot 10-Foot 20-Foot Extension Aluminum LAWN CHAIRS. 3.97 Matching Lpunge $7.49 CAMPING SUPPLIES II metal $ •» "VQ easure Chest / • / V PICNIC SUPPLIES SCOUT AXE . . 1 .20 FOLDING • CA»I|» STOOL Winner of JOHN BOAT NO. 005105 Winning Ticket Must Be Redeemed before July 18 WILD 'GOOSE 40|VMUniTLY WCATED JUST 3 MILES E. OF BETHALTO ON hT. 140 hooting hours 12 noon until Sun- et; a daily bag limit of 10 and jossession limit of 20. Rails and gallinules — Same as ast year, Sept. 1 through Jail. 5; daily bag and possession 11 m- ts of 24 or sora rails; on other ails and gallinules, 15 and 30 in Atlantic Flyway, 15 in Central and Mississippi Flyways. Hours of sun- rise to sunset. Woodcock—a season within Sept. 1 through Han. 15, each state in the Atlantic, Mississippi and Central Flyways may select a season of 50 days; shooting hour sunrise to sunset; a daily bag ol five; possession limit of 10. Wilson's snipe—a 45-day season within Sept. 1 through Jan. 15 old Landoit today issuer! ft two- day permit to the! PtaiHetown Volunteer Fire department for sale of beef at its annual firemen's picnic, July 20-21. Application of the volunteer firemen's group was accompanied by payment of $40 for the two- day beer sale permit. A modern railroad passenger coach costs about $200,000. SrfiW fttfcAtfctt tAfc KfeVV VpftK fr— Broadway producers nre pondering the effects of New York City's new occupancy ta* on theater rentals. The specified levy is 5 per cent on annual rentals above $2,500. Producers argue that part of payments tilade to theater owners—-a percentage of box-office gross—are not rental but cover ON SUMMER DRESSES Sure cure for wardrobe willing is a sale like this! You'll find dresses, shifts, the new A-line models, even summer suits.. .all slashed in price! HURRY! THE • FREE PARKING • SHOPPER'S CHARGE » • SHOJP JfJUK' eleaattte 201 W, 3rd ST. ^ ALTON HO 2-5525 Broadway's Qllfrli • StllLLOKQ —- ernhlent has proposed lion to dfvetbp niofe tenWte of the riftifilry near Burma. Alton Plata and Wllshlre Village SUMMER CLEARANCE! LADIES' DRESSES SIZES 5 TO IS, 8 TO 20, 12'A TO 2414 7 TO 13 PETITES REGULAR 7.98 TO 17.98 tt TO % OFF! LADIES' BLOUSES SIZES 28 TO 40 REGULAR 2.»8 AND 8.08 1.99 LADIES' SPORTSWEAR ODDS AND ENDS OF BROKEN SIZES AND STYLES 1/4 TO • % OFF! Both Stores Open-Friday Night 'Til 9 P.M. Deep Pile Nylon Broadloom am Pad at BIEDERMANS 9x12-FOOT ROOM SIZE COMPARE AT 49.95 79.95 12x15 Ft. Size, Now $57 Choose From 12 Decorator Colors Terms As Low As $5 Month Foam Padded And Also Available by the Yard! 12 Ft, Widths Ideal For Wall-To- Wall Installation Choose from 12 Different Colors Blue Green Tweed • Olive Green * Nutmeg Tweed • Lilac • Gold • Gold Tweed • Brown and White • Royal Blue •Cocoa • Sandalwood Tweed • Charcoal Tweed • Beige Sq, Yd. Other Sizes at Sale Prices: Phone HO 2-9271 or Mail This Handy Coupon Biedermans, Broadway & Piasa, Alton, Illinois Pleuse send me the Rugs 1 have Indicated below! I've pinned *I to this coupon und agree to pay *5 Monthly (or each one ordered I Plus Sales Tux and Credit Service Charge In accordance with State law I Quantity Size Color • Price 59,95 Value 10.6x12 67.95 Value 12x12 . 75,95 Value 12x13.6 91.95 Value 12x16.6 99.95 Value 12x18 . 115.95 Value 12x21 $44 $55 $66 $77 $99 Lush colors to lure your decorating talents to the fore! Luxury Nylon Pile room-size rugs backed with cloud-soft foam rubber to cushion every footstep, ,', to give luxury underfoot! Serged on all f0ijr sides, for a finished lopk! §9 wsy to k.eep fresh and new-looking! Resistant to wear,,. colorsi stciy new-looking,,, stains and spills wipe up, Choose yours now during this fabulous sale! Name « • •" • Address Phone City State Employer - • How S Cftsh Q O.O.D. Q Add to Account No,.. »w Account p Reopen Account, Year Fuld Out * * 11 * t * i * OPEN EVERY NIGHT j 200 MIIES FREE DELIVERY T "Pn T^Tn TS» Tv^.^iv '"^^^ -^^^^^^^^^w ^^^^^^^^p*^ ^^^^^H^^l UHIIpIP ^JUff UPBPP Ip ^^^^^^^^^W ^^^^W.^^^^p Broadway and Pia§a • Alton, III,

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