Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 11, 1963
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Chlcng o Continue ' f .: CHICAGO (AP) •- Another sit- in has bcett airned at alleged racial aegregatibn in Chicago public schools. Ten persons, including seven Negroes, sal dowH Wednesday in ilie offices of Benjamin C. Willis. superintendent of schools. They said they would stay "Indefinitely, or at least until Thursday morning." Groups of mothers and theii diildttn have previously camped in tile hallways of several grammar schools in similar protests. They objected to what they describe as racial segregation which results because of the policy of | limiting student;, to residents of the immediate neighborhood. ilnnkltig In Hnstunc KARACHI — Foreign banks will be allowed to resume (heir businesses 111 Pakistan in December. India contains .1,259,995 square miles. Annual *SUMMER* Spring & Summer DRESSES VALUES TO 29.95 SIZES 5-15 UP Special Purchase JAMAICAS 2 PAIR Pontiac Escapees Captured POiYrlAC, til. (AP) ~ Two 'oung prisoners who walked nwny roni n Ponllnc Penitentiary honoi iit'in wore arrested early todny lenr Bloorhington, nrnicd with it iltehfork and a club, \V a r d e tt ! ose}>h Zllek announced. Zltpk said Bloomington city po ice and McLean County shcrltO wtlcc apprehended Jnnies Law son. 18, of Jacksonville, and .foht DRAWING OF CHAPEL Architect's drawing of the proposed chape) build- and will join the present hospital on the south. The ing at St. Anthony's Hospital. The new chapel will lower level of the building will feature dining room have a seating capacity of about 150 and a choir loft, facilities for the sisters. • ^ St. Anthony's Hospital Will Build Chapel on Two Levels PERMALIFT FAMOUS 110 BRAS ALL PURSES$l76o$976 VALUES TO $5-98 JL ^ U LADIES' APPAREL U E> FERGUSON AVE. CL 4-2U2 — FREE PARKING — WOOD RIVER, ILL. | lighted by glass mosaics. The nave will be illuminated during :he day by light filtering through the stained glass windows and at light the chapel will be lighted iy suspended spun-brass chande- Mother Agatha said that funds or the building have been raised Continuing an extensive pro-1 marble and walnut paneling, high gram of remodeling and e.xpan- _ . .. sion. St. Anthony's Hospital O ffi- ""vowlll be illuminated during , . ho riav bv hcht filtennc Uiroueh eials today announced plans to erect a chapel adjoining the present building to the south. Mother M. Agatha, administrator of the hospital, said that the main floor of the new edifice will house the chapel itself and the lower level will feature dining room facilities for the sisters. The chapel will have a sealing capacity for 150 persons and a choir loft. The exterior will be brick masonry with extensive use of exposed aggregate precast concrete wall facing. Stained glass windows will be fitted in exposed aggregate precast concrete frames. A 50-foot high free-standing bell tower will dominate the south facade and will be open on the west, exposing three suspended bells. The interior walls ot the nave and sanctuary will be faced with iy the sisters themselves and in- lers are being set up in Gamon so ividuals who have made contti-|that more people will be able to sulions. i watch television BIG SAVINGS AT YOUR 1 RELIABLE > JEWELER J CARSON I WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD (ALTON'S LARGEST DIAMOND AND mamt^-M WATCH Discounters NO MONEY DOWN $100.00 value .$C*|00 I $ 1.25 a VVeel; « • 6-DIAHOND BRIDAL SET $125.00 value $• $l.5lta Week 5-DIAMOND BRIDAL SET 30-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE Your assurance of your best diamond value! If you can find a better value of equal quality for less anywhere within 30 days we will refund your money. LIFETIME VALUE GUARANTEE Your entire purchase price on a diamond bought from us is allowed any time you wish to trade in for a larger diamond. $150.00 value $8.00 a \V«'«*k 9 DIAMOND BRIDAL SET $185 valiH) $ I QOOO sa.'W a w.-ek I »»W 8-DIAMOND BRIDAL SET MAN'S DIAMOND RINC Compare at $150,00 $305"value" $ S'l.oou wui'k 11 DIAMOND BRIDAL SET. l I'llV 10 DIAMOND BRIDAL SET ..*..,.,„'- oo Psy $2.00 a Week W,THIRD St ALTONJLL, ^^ MOward 2; 3.912 St. Anthony's completed extensive remodeling and erection of a new hospital wing in 10f)9. William J. Ruoff of Draku-O'Mcara Associates, St. Louis, is the architect of the new structure. Set \ot Needed LIBREVILLE — Viewing cen- 'Hot Line'lo Be Completed Sepl. 1 MOSCOW (AP)—The "hot line 1 between Washington and Moscov may be ready for ope ration b?> Sept. 1. Sos'iet Communications Ministe Nikolai Psurtsev issued order Wednesday for completion by Hut date of the cable link which Soviet technicians have started installing. In Washington, White House press secretary Pierre Salinger wouldn't estimate a completion date for the emergency line between the White House and the Kremlin. F«. Holland, 20, of Freeport nt 12:30 a.m.- without feslstnnce. The warden said LawSotl Mid Holland—who had been tmroled and were awaiting release-used the pitchfork and club io force their way into ft home in McDowell, a community near Bloom- inglon, and terrified an unldent fled family. The escapees took money and clothing, and fled tlie family cat-. The family \vns not harmed, Zitck said, „ , Zllek said the family notlflec slate police, who In turn contacted Bloomihgloti and McLean County officials. Details of the arrest were nol Immediately available. The youths walked away from tho honor farm, which la outside risen walls, Wednesday noon. State police County sheriff's police aft! I *ome 73 prison Kimttls ^arched the nrea until lale AVedneselaV Wight. Warden Zltek said Ifollatld was sentenced in May 1^2 to 10 for at,lo theft. l^fVl 5 tenccd in July MBl ° a W form on a forgery charge. 71 rk aa Id the vouths, who were returned o VonHae Penitentiary te would be held for th ft Uvt- Counly state's « tlort1cy on to I ONDON member of Brl- has introduc- blllto bar the shooting by of birds who are middle of making love the CENTRAL SEWING SUPPLY .| W«fl* eiimitiJIC'D A«iw SUMMER We're Making Room For Our New Fall Lines Of FABRICS AND SEWING ACCESSORIES Come In mi Look Over These and Many Other SUMMER SEWING NEEDS CENTRAL SEWING SUPPLY Itog. Ml) to 1.1)8 ALL DAGRON MOW (Drip-Dry) 1.19 . i.2» to BLENDS NOW 98C .tf. (lite l-o OOc SPORTSWEAR Dr-nlin — Avoittlale 2 Yds. for PRIMS Cover Your Own BUTTONS, now 20c YOUR ONE-STOP SEWING CENTER 24 W. BROADWAY HO 2-5214 CLOSE-OUT 1963 Phico TVs at B1EDERMANS Remaining Stock Of 1963 19" Philco Portable TV's Close-Out! While They Last and your old TV Terms As Low As $8 Month How come such a record-breaking Low Price for a Top Quality TV? The answer is simple! The 1964 models will soon be out, so to make room for them in our warehouse we SLASHED THE PRICE on this 1963 model to move them out fast! Sure, it's a 1963 ... BUT it's BRAND NEW In Original Factory Carton . . . it's powerful and performance perfect to make the ideal second (and third) set and it's lightweight so every member of the family can carry it easily upstairs, downstairs or outside! Don't you miss this bargain! CLOSE-OUT SPECIAL, Philco 23" Slimline Console TV V bargain-priced while quantities last! Another sensationally low-price TV special close-out that will bring the crowds runnin'. The full 23" picture, big and bright, will make you feel you're in the front row qt all the newsworthy events! No-glare filter, all up-front tuning ease, automatic picture pilot, cool chassis, slimline styling! 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