Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 31, 1963 · Page 12
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July 31, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

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PAQE TWELVE ALTON EVENING Awarded In fid,wttrd$vilfo , ' n, CtlmUolus Show - Grand award In fhe arrange- htfeift leetloft of Southwestern Chapter Gladiolus show In Madison Cottoty Courthouse Sunday Went to Mh and Mrs. diaries Cusflek df Lisle, lit, for their entry itt class 2 "east of the sun." forty-five arrangements were entered In the section competition. : Complete list of winners in the section were: Class i, Mrs. Virginia Kaufhold, Belleville; Mrs. Verna Rohrkaste, Edwardsville; Owens Glad Gardens, East St. Louis. Class 2: Mr. and M r s. Charles Dushek, Lisle, lll.t Mrs. Virginia Kaufhold, Belleville, R. Brown, Green Valley, 111. Class 3: Mrs. Edward Kreuiter, Edwardsville. Class 4: Mr. and Mrs. Dushek (first and second), Mrs. Verna Rohrkaste. Class 5: Mr. and Mrs. Dushek. Class 6: Mr. and Mrs. Dushek, Mrs. Kaufhold. Class 7: Mr. and Mrs. Dushek, Mrs. Kaufhold, Owens Glad Gardens. Class 8: Mrs. Rohrkaste, first and second places, Mrs. Irma Owens of East St. Louis. Class 9: Mr. and Mrs. Dushek, Mrs. Verna Rohrkaste. Judges for the arrangements section were: Mrs. William Klotz Of Belleville, Mrs. Harry Boyd of Mascoutah and Mrs. Ernest Allen of Bunker Hill. INSTANT ARCHITECTURE This model of a 12,000 sqtiare*foot United States Pavilion shows how the building was designed to fit the fair site landscape in Sydney, Australia. Parts of the building were rushed from a num- ber of American companies and assembled in Sydney. The Australian International Trade Fair, which opens In Sydney on Friday, will have 37 American companies exhibiting. U.S. FILMS I'OrlJLAU JERUSALEM (Israeli Sector) df — attendance in Israel's 280 mo\ ie theaters totaled 38 million i the 1961-62 season. American films are still th most popular. During this perio Israel imported 432 films, which 178 came from the Unitec States. Runnerup was France will SO. Others: Italy 34, Britain 32 Russia 15, Sweden 13, Turkey 11 others 59. WESTERN SHOE STORES DISCOUNT SHOES I^VB dk $ 1 More Pairs Added Ladies' DRESS, WEDGE AND FLAT HEELS Group No. 1 160 Pairs to choose .from New Pairs Added DRESS, WEDGE AND FLAT HEELS Group No. 2 170 Pairs to choose from 1 Open Fridays until 9 p.m. More Pairs Added DRESS, WEDGE AND FLAT HEELS Group No. 3 320 Pairs to choose from Special! Shipment of Men's Nationally Aflvertised Summer Shoes $0.95, $7.95 Retailers! Sizes 6 to 12 y|gg But not in " m all styles 4 1 SPECIAL LOT OF CHILDREN'S SHOES, VALUES TO $3.95. MOST SIZES 8'/2 TO 3 $ 1. MEN'S STURDY WORK SHOES Leather Uppers, Long Wearing Composition Soles. Sizes 6 to 12. Reg. 6.00 WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway—Diagonally Opposite t,uer Block Olin Aluminum in U.S. Fair Building "Instant architecture" is wed iled with saving the day and thousands ol tax dollars lor the United States in its initial entr> into the Australian Internationa Trade Fair which opened in Syd ney on Friday. The instant architecture is in .lie form of a 12,000 square foot U S. pavilion. Parts were rushed from a number of American com panics, none of which had worked ogelher on the project before Pieces were assembled in Aus- ralia and the result is the talk of he Fair, according to Robert Martin Engelbrecht, the archi- ect. There are 37 American companies represented in the exposi- ion. It all started in mid-February vhen the U.S. Department of Commerce signed a contract for he structure with Mr. Engel- irechf, who also designed t h e 'Living Space Research House" or the Century 21 Exposition at leattle. Mr. Ei-£olbrecht, whose cilices ire in New York, said he had on- y one month for the oesign, one month :o fabricate, one rronth to ransport the parts and one month o erect the new building. "And," he added, "Australia ;n't just around the corner, you now." Withstood Difficulties The light (1% pounds per square oot of building surface), crystal- ke (most of the panels are trans- ucent) building withstood a num- er of difficulties including winds up to 65 miles per hour and a loyal Australian sheep show on he site during the height of con- struction. The structure was completed last week. The building itself is made ol aluminum, plywood, translucent panels, vinyl weather strips and redwood trim. Because of its lightness it is aerodynamically designed a n c anchored in concrete; The roof is accordion style and the wa'ls are sawtoothed around -.xisting trees at the Australian site. The entire stru.-ltire is supported and held together by alunu num extrusions supplied by the Nesquehoning, Pa., plant of Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. Olin extrusions operators worked night and day to produce the aluminum parts. Those parts are based on a beam and clamp system invented by Mr. Engelbrecht. He says it creates an unusually attractive interior view. 40 Feet High Over all, the United States has 22,000 square feet of space for its ixhibition. The theme tower of the United States building is 40 feet high, made of redwood plank and white tubing. The entry plaza is a landscaped court of hexagonal paving areas, and tlier are hexigonal reflecting pools and offices at the entrance. Mr. Engelbrecht said the great cost-saving feature of his build- ng is that it can be disassembled, shipped eonomically to another site and erected again just as easily. The flexibility of the building s such that it can be put on a site that slopes as much as three feet in 200. Right now in Wood River WERE GOING PAA WE'RE BACKING PLYMOUTH AND VALIANT WITH BIG TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES! We've got the best low-priced cars and we know it! So we're driving to top all previous sales figures. It's an all-out effort! What does this mean to you? A better deal all around. We're slashing pur profits-per-car to get big volume tales and, while we're doing it, you get more money for your present 5 YEAR 01 $0,01)0 MILE WARRANTY* car in trade plus America's longest and best new-car warranty!* Come in today! *Your Authorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's Warranty against detects in material and workmanship on 1963 cars has been expanded to Include parts replacement or repair, without charge (or required parts or labor, for 5 years or 50,000 miles, whichever comes first, on the engine block, head and Internal parts; transmission case and Internal parts (excluding manual clutch); torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints (excluding dust covers), rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bear- Ings, provided the vehicle has been serviced at reasonable intervals according to the Plymouth-Valiant Certified Car Care schedule*. f, STUART MOTORS, Inc 316 Ei Ferguson - Wood River '' Box Board Retires Three With 101 Years Service Three Alton Box Board employ- es, with a total of 101 years of service, have retired. They are Oral Rico, Charles C. Graul and Loyal L. Thurman. Rice, laminator operator in the shipping department, joined t h e 'Vx.VV- > * company in 1927. After working on mill construction for about two months, he entered the shipping department as a crew member of the old Paster. He served on the past- 0. Rico ing and laminating operations the remainder of his career. Rice was employed at the old Western Cartridge Co. for 18 months prior to his employment at Alton Box Board. Rice lives at 183 E. St. Louis Ave., East Alton, with his wife, Edith. They have two sons and five grandchildren. Graul began Ms service with 0. 0. Grant Shouting at Ghost Town LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — A ghost town exists about 20 miles from Louisville. Pitt's Point was founded around 1790 at the junction of the Salt River and Rolling Fork in Bullitt County. It was named because of its resemblance to Fort 1 which is today the city of Pittsburgh. Salt produced nearby was shipped up the Ohio River to Pittsburgh. The town was the site of a Civil War battle and a college named Pitt's Point Academy. It contained a post office until 1905. Residents lived at Pitt's Point until about August 1940, when it and about 50,000 acres became part of Ft. Knox. Remnants of the town are part of an Army artillery range. he company in 1929 ns a shipping department employe. He Served as a loader and electric dolly op- ator until 1945 when he became assistant superintendent. In 1952 he was made Superin tertdent of Shipping and server, in this capacity until 1962, when he moved to the Research De partrnent. Prior to joining Alton Box Board, he was employed at the old Illinois Glass Company. Graul and his wife, Ida, live a 800 Park Dr., Alton. Loyal L. Thurman, receiving department, began his company service in 1932. After short period served in t h e storeroom a n c as a watchman he entered t h e receiving depart ment, where he has served in several capaci ties, including crane operat or and caterpil lar operator. A the time of his retirement he \va an electric dolly operator. Prio to his employment at Alton Bo: Board he was emplayed as a fire man for the old C & A Railroai for 17 years. He and his wife, Carrie, livi at 714 Central Ave., Alton, Thui man served as Secretary-Treas urer of Alton Paper workers' Un ion for five years. Thurman J & A Springman HAS ALL TYPES OF INSULATION Godfrey, III. PH. 4DS-3431 EMPEROR «w» ... JERUSALEM (Israeli Sector) t» - The horse-drawn coach was In- reduced Into th<* Holy Lafid for the first time in 1869 by Emperor Franz-Joseph of Austria ort state visit. fhe efnjpefBf rede the fiearly miles Irani the port of Jaffa to Jerusalem over a road especially prepared for wheeled transportation. Palcfitlne car. fnotor Philippine drug price* ate You sure will TAN (sure won't burn) with SEA & SKI O Sea & SKI Co., Dlv. Botany Industries, Inc.. Rono, Nevada Sea & Ski's unique sun filter WM perfected by the Denort Rosoarch Institute. 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SWS «¥»» ryle. 36x48' furnished y. pig In sire and bi tobic, «*tending to Itgi, and self level chair} with push on bocks, and pillow plw furnished with self leveling glide*. l« vinyl 7Pc tfftft*t OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M, MONDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NOTHING DOWN wo- » K swodge OKI, brut* trim. nnU tulf level. L'uV"/""', "I! 1 "'I' 0 * •""I «na puih on buck chulr which is ltd '" own wln>«U«ry £ proienr account 417 g, BROADWAY ALTON

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