Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 31
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 31

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 25, 1963
Page 31
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il Adopts Parkiiig Ban on Maupiti and Gold . >"VV>H ,<,£ . £ • , jKii.iM*Hfr • w»»*n**wwii»f TTIJMB 6nnCt6u by AH0H dtyjeuftefl, Wcdfteafey nighti 'tMijUn ftthw ofdlnattees ' ' Til * Afid laid ovet- fot Hie wdlflftite* «d6jH«d bam pafftilti 6H th« we*t «ld« (rf doid Stwtet, Ntwwfl Highland und pear), and on the ewrtOHy iid« of Maupin Ayeflue In th« 1406 and 1500 «lw WU labour parking W thi'MUth lids of Le- vefett AVehttf in th« 3100-blook ICStrike 6ari - ed By; Court - •'*('.v; • / • CHIC^O <AP) -4 A'' strike Kchedtll«r'"!f0r ..flOoni Thursday agalrist t ,the Illinois Central Rail ro&& lift*' been barred 'by U.S. District'Court, ' At the' request of the rallroa'd, Judge Joseph Sajn Pewy Issued an Injunctyph i^VMnesday against four railroad unions involved in a dispute In Eaiit St., Loulg. Sam Vahder Mel,'a vice prcsl dent tor the jBrothSrhbgd ot Railroad Trainmen, said trainmen objected to v ; a proposed change which woul^'have crew* befclh and end \vorfc in a new location He said (reporting ,to , the' new place, about three miles., away from the present terminal facilities, would mean extra time and trouble for workers. The general counsel for teh 1C, Joseph H. Wright, told the judge the dispute was "very minor." No union representatives were on hand as Wright sought and was granted the Injunction. Judge Perry made the injunction effective for ten days, He set Aug. 1 as a hearing date to look into the dispute. A-spokesman for the 1C said a strike would idle 2,300 employes Cited in the injunction were the BRT, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engine- men, and the Order of Conductors and Bfakemem ' , Burned When Paint Thinner Flares A 7-year-old East Alton boy Wednesday suffered third-,' sec ond-, and first-degree burns when a paint thinner can flared up as he struck a match near the receptacle.' •' • . ' ' , A ,!.;'• Mike, th<| ; son of Mr, and Mrs Kenneth 'Sherman of ,Rte. 1, Easi Alton, was treated and released from St. Jqpeph'sl Hospital. Four-windows at Milton Slchoo have Jbeen reported broken by vandals during the past se\/era days. '''••:'•" Monday i holiday*, M W^ii:—- One ef M propped new nances ptovldo* the city ihali „,. fer for «ale undfif scaled hid* it* progentai on'(he fiottherly side ot U, Bttiidway 11 th« 1500-block, Hie prdpertlel will be offered subject (o trifee outstanding lease Agre«iiettti> ; One Is held by Earl Manns ,wUh a bookkeeping serv- ce and public scales at 1504 E. Broadway. A second is held by J. V. and 'Nelson ^Gerard for a shoe shop at 1508 E, Broadway, the :hird, which includes a portion of Pearl Street, is held by Laughlin- Miles Lincoln-Mercury Sales for a ehop and sales lot. the other proposed ordinance would modify the terms of a 20- year lease'at $1 V'year offered Junior Service Leagvie.on the former Illinois Terminal passenger station south of Lincoln-Douglas Squlare at Piasa Street. To Delete Provision The amending 'measure; would strike out a provision in the pending .lease that,,.In. event/.thp.vcjty ls ; ever desirous of Using the premises ~ for any public' purpose, it may .cancel the lease, on slx^rnonth notice, to the ;Lqague. The change has been'asked because of a large expenditure the League Is considering foi;•renova- tion ,of the building ,to ; 'make it usable'for its prop6sed;'i|ibposes. The new ordinances weife sub- m i 11 e d through the:' ordinance comrnittee without comment, and neither was discussed/ f . i At request, of the Community Service Leaguie, the council adopted a resolution to' name the triangular park, at intersection of E. 3rd and Easton Street, in memory of Rufus Easton who platted the Alton town site in 1818. The little park was recently im- prtjye'd K as,..a garden 'spot by the park • corn'mlssion. '• ' Kiwanis Hears About Phone Number System The number system for Bell Telephone subscribers was • described to Alton Kiwanians Tuesday night at Mineral Springs Hotel. : • f Joe Dondero of the busiriess office showed slides illustrating the '^changeover for later. in' the fallr '• -.'• •••.•'• ' : Alton and points south fyiirbe included in an area which'will be 1 Zone 618. This Ala ; .'the new area I cojle las has been'' designated, being 'changed-.from' 21t / .-"{•' i •-'; ; - , •''/'; \ ;'... i 2-Year-Old Girl) Eats ;l6 Aspirin'' j Two-year old Tracie -Wallace swallowed 10 baby aspirins Wednesday: afternoon. ',' ,; Tracie, daughter ot Mr.- and Mrs. Donald Wallace, 2245-Winter St., opened a cabinet and helped herself td a bottle of-aspirin. v , Her parents rushed her to St. Joseph's Hospital where'her stomach was pumped. , S. Phone H6 B-6624 DELIVERY 500 RIDGE ECCO HOMO MILK ., . 3 CHUCK STEAKS . . FRESH LEAH GROUND CHUCK. > 59c .'"*.. .. 11 : - ' . . ;| -w i-> Arfwr" tffcl^ • •- j,fU*-^ »»**»• * •• ••» ~ CUBED S'JfEAICS Lit ^ .LEA^lpQ^, • ; 49* QU(PLETS V,V,,,..LI|. •!»»¥ ^TEW BEEF ... ;Lb. mw-*w^mm CHUOK POT ROAST SMOKED : DRIED BEEF . . SMOKED : " WK FORK CHOPS . * .Lb. SLICED BBIOK , u Lb. SLICED PICKLE LOAF ..Lb, Mmoked JOWL , to 8-lb. Pieces . .Lb, Wylari LEMONAPEirlHANllliL^l^^^ nkyDRFi i PORK & BEANS 2 29c EOOO LEMONADE "Big Chuck Wagon Sale EVERYTHING FOR BACK-YARD COOK-OUTS - U.S. QOV'T GRADED CHOICE BEEF WITH FLAVOR-PLUS! "^ Vf" • ' ? i We've don* everything passible tp make our store your "One* Stop" shopping eenter. With the freshest of fruits and vegetable* . .the finest meats to compliment them.. .along with a store full of nationally famous brands, Tom-Boy ean fill your every>day food requirements. And with our store*wide "Lov/.Prlce Policy" you're sure to pay less. This week make your "One-Stop" Tom-Boy. It will ease your budget tremendously. CALIFORNIA—LARGE, EXTRA FANCY Tender, luscious, Ideal for salads find desserts/Try them over : - cereal i for breakfast, ' • Ib. 19 C Mtad 19c \ , -Crliii», Iceberg •',-'. LETTUCE . . Your Cliolco-iOallforhia—Large, Bxtr? Fancy I 1 ' Nubisina, 1 , Tragedy, Wiokson, Eldcrotla, Laroda, Santa 'Roan D.S. No. 1 RED POTATOES..10 59c •M15HL CHUCK ROAST FIRST CUTS Ib. 33 "U.S. GRADED CHOICE — IDEAL FOR BARBECUB FINE SOAP FOR WOOLENS -0-Lene PACKAGE 79 C 18 OZ. Cheese Cake CHUCK STEAKS 49c U.S. GRADED CHOICE i- CENTER COT CHUCK ROAST ...... 39c U.S. GRADED CHOICE — ARM CUT SWISS STEAKSs . . . . . "59c WONDERFUL FOR OVEN OR GRILL BONELESS POT ROAST . . . 79c HOW ABOUT BEEF K-BOBS? BONELESS BEEF STEW .. . 69c FOR PATTD3S OR LOAF GROUND BEEF ... . 49c KREY'S—BY THE PIECE Braunschweiger - 39' KREY CORNED PORK BUTTS . 65c KREY POLISH SAUSAGE , , , ' 59c FLA-R-PAC FROZEN REGULAR or FRENCH CUT GREEN BEANS OR Mixed Vegetables 3 10 Ox. CQc Pkqs. vv Booth Family Pack Frozen FISH STICKS ,..*$!;. 79 0 KRAFT'S AMERICAN OR BRICK PIMENTO DeLUXE SLICES 3 9 Oc. $100 Pkgs. 1 Belly Crocker or Puffin BISCUITS ...:...3^S 25f Tip Top Frozen Orange, Grape, Black Cherry, Pineapple Org. or Pineapple Grapefruit DRINKS 10 MANHATTAN COFFEE Limit 1 16. S CAN 1.15 \mmmmmmmmummmmmmmmt JOYFUL BRAND—Quarters BUTTER TCM'itT J6YFUL QUARTERS m BUTTER • LIMIT ONE LB. with coupon • and purchase of $1.50 or more ™ excluding tobacco, fresh milk • products and coupon Items. LIMIT 1 COUPON PER FAMILY Ib. OR 14 OZ. Chocolate Cake Your •' \ Choice 79 C PORK and BEANS No trick to it. Jyst set ^n ,t|ie gdll.. .warm: up in the can... serve and enjoy. No-dishes to wash and no leftovers, It's amazing how many times they keep coming back.. .so you better buy plenty. 16-01. CANS Limit 2 With Coupon 19 Cieclr These Week-End Specials at Your Tom •Boy CAMPBELL'S THE NAME OF QUALITY jtmmmmmmmm ••••»••••;; * it* lOUNt Guaranteed Fresh 13-Egg Recipe .. —Tom-Boy Brand—Choice of Flavors 14 OK. .Each Half . Gal. 29 C 59 C Large Economy Size .in Pkg. Horseradish or Salad Style .t 25 HUDSON NAPKINS HEIFETZ MUSTARD : PINEAPPLE JUICE IAPPLE BUTTER - " 35' • HI C DRINKS 3"?89 e IRICEUND RICE 1 TOM BOY SALT A llf^ YourCholc. ^4) AlP **•""• ..•.•••..••...•...— iz - CAMPBELL'S S Pork i Bians2 ,, • LIMIT 2 CANS with coupon S and purchase of $1*60 or more J* excluding . tobacco, fresh mllK •• products and coupon Items. ~1 LIMIT } COUPQJ^ PER FAMILY ,•••••»• • • • • 1 • • • • • • F REE 5-OZ, BOTTLE OF CHUN KING SOY SAUCE OR • 303 CAN OF NOODLES . . . • With Purchase of ONE DIVIDER PACK $ CHOW MEIN OR CHOP SUEY BOTH FOR 99° I : CORN FLAKES § GENERAL MILLS COUNTRY

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