Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1963 · Page 15
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
Issue Date:
Thursday, August 1, 1963
Page 15
Start Free Trial

AUGUST 1,1963 School Coste Can Be Deducted by Teachers Many teachers attending summer schools will be thinking about educational expenses ns a Federal Income tax deduction, the Bureau of Internal Revenue says. Expenses for education, tilrect- or ttay G. Plillpott for the Springfield District said today, arc deductible If the course or courses Improve the skills required by the person In his job, or meet require ments set by hla employer. Expenses are not deductible if the education or training is un derlaken to obtain a new position, or to Attain general educational Improvement. ' If you travel as a form of edu- chlloh, your expenditures will yen- orally bo considered as primarily personal In nature and not deductible. This includes travel as n form of education while on sab balical leave. Deductible school expenses are claimed on page two of Form 1IMO It you Itemize your deductions They cannot eb claimed If the standard deduction is used. On the other hand, the cost of travel, meals, mid lodging while away from home overnight foi education arc allowable as a deduction, and may be claimed 01 page 1 of the return 1040, whcthei of* not the' standard deduction 1 used. .' " • there are,'many situations in volvlng educational expenses vhlch may or may not be deducible. Most questions ort (his sub- led arn answered In Document •lo. 501-1 "Employes Eoxpehses," which may be obtained from local nternal Revenue Offices. Divorce Granted to Mrs. Ewing ~ Entry of orders by Judge I. H. Strapper In n number of pending CUSPS nm! grnntlng of one divorce mnrked lodny'H last regular session of Alton city court before the August vacation period/ Mrs. ,Incf|\mlinc V. Ewing of 62! Onkwood Road obtalticd divorce from Jumcs H. Ewtng on grounds of cruelty. A decree ratifying slip ulutlons of the litigants was ap proved. Under the decree Mrs fewlng Is to have custody of tbelr two children, aged 3 and 2, and Ewlng Is to pay $80 a month foi the children's support. The de croc also provided for n divlsloi of personal property. The court is lo continue In re cess lo Sept. 1. 4 P&litemm Hurt in Chicago Riot CHICAGO (AP) - Four policemen were Injured, one repotted seriously, Wednesday night as about JOO policemen tried to prevent further racial disturbances H a South Side district. About 500 persons, most ot them vhite, appeared for the thlrt straight night in the district. The rouble centers around Sfith anc Morgan Streets, about a block rom an apartment building Into which t\vo Negro families move( earlier this week. The immediate neigh b o r h o o d is predominate white. Police arrested 33 persons, in dueling seven juveniles. One Ne was arrested. The arrest were made for refusal to obey po lice orders to disperse. Mlno fights broke out between the po llcemcn and several persons. The policemen were injurec when they worn hit with brick and stones as they sought to mak arrests. One, policemen, L o U I Pole, 3G, whs treated for a pos slblc skull fracture at a hospital Pole identified u Negro, Edwur Sperry, 35, as his assailant Spei-ry was charged with aggrava ted assault. The other policeme were released from the .hospila fter being treated lot cuts. Police said about 1(50 persons, mostly youths, gathered near S7lh nd Morgan Streets and chanted: Two, four, six, eight—we don't vant to Integrate." Another large group marche.1 n a nearby street. About 20 souths carried placards which read: "We want out- civil rights preserved," and "We won't fun— ve'll stay." Police said tour white motorists reported Negro youths had smashed their car windows near he scene of the disturbances. One man, police reported, said the youths attacked him wltn fists and boards as he steppe--] 'rom his car. The seven juveniles arrestec ast night were released into the custody of their parents. The others, except Sperry, were charged with disorderly conduct Police arrested 31 persons 01 Monday and Tuesday nights. Ten were juveniles. ROSSIH IS UUSIKR STJLLVVATER, Okla m — Bos sle the cow Is giving twice a much milk as she did 25 year ago,' the head of the dairy de parlmcnt at Oklahoma State Unl verslty said. Dr. Stanley Musgrave reported thai better feeding and constant improvement In breeding are the major factors in boosting milk production, V/z to 3»/ 2 per cent each year* Seek $kl tt Divers tft Check Slol Machines CORD&LE, oa. <A£)— the ort»t> County fraud jury is Id6ktfig tor some volunteer skin dlverr to look for some slot machines. William J, Real 'btefrmaft d| a special grnrtd jtrfy tfcmmtttec, explained thnt a deputy sheriff reported he destroyed 17 confiscated slot machines by dumping tHem In the Flint River, But the dumping wasn't \vitiiessed hy ft second party, as is required, Rea said. Tt hasn't hcen decided $et whether the diver's will have to bring tip the slot machines or merely confirm they are on the river bottom. WRAP-AROUND AUTO WICHITA, and rear wheels of this of the car was injured «nge ardent at the Inter- small car met around a utility pole after vehicle went section of U.S. 54 and Interstate Mb. (Ai wire out of controlin Wichita Wednesday night. Driver > photo) Jack Daniels oi'| Ji'osley Squire FRKNC1I TOK OUR UE8T Thurs,, Fri. $' and Sat. Reg. 512,95 .1 dnv«, onlytl Sizes r ) to 12 • Black • Tun WESTERN SHOE'STORES 804-06 M. Broadway SIDEWALK SPECIALS! BAGS $ 1.00 $2.00 TO $7.50... I VALUES FROM $2.( ASSORTED PATIO CANDLES y v :i'REG. $1.00 VALUES. . .wS® to .'.''MANY OTHER'SPECIALS PETERS GIFTS 2510 College Ave., Upper Alton SIDEWALK SPECIALS! \ ./•*«>** J ^^^»>«^i^»''»*******Sr''*''»r > '~^-«^ - ' REG. 29c—SIZE 2-14-.GIRLS' RAYON PANTIES ... lie LADIES' FIRST QUALITY FULL FASHION NYLONS Pf 27' LADIES 1 J00% V ACETATE PETTICOATS., BEN FRANKLIN ;,; 2528 COLLEGE AV.E.--UPPER ALTON' f SIDEWALK SPECIALS! •s REGULAR $3.99 VALUE 1 99 2521 COLLEGE AVE.—UPPER ALTON REG. !)iO.!)5—With Citso, Battery & Ear l'h»K TRANSISTOR RADIO, $3.95 Reg. 40c—1> Volt Transistor Bftttorlca . .^. *8o %" ELECTRIC DRILL, $7.45 With .Ta.iol.ri OliueU-UoK. i|i^.QS^-Wh»o They Last KEG $0.05—DO-IT.YOAJBSELK BARBER KIT .. . $6.19 WESTERN AUTO 164» :V*0shln9ton Aye.—Upper Alton HO 2-5931 PORTRAITS SKETCHED WHILE YOU WAIT! *ART SUPPLIES ART QAUERY * BOOK STORE ALTOIIPT&WTS H50 WASHINGTON AYE.-UPPIR AWQN uppot alton - easlgsle * * ', ^ 'i ii I » > Si i RIDAY & SIDEWALK SPECIALS I UNBELIEVABLE VALUES FOR ALL THE FAMILY Men's Shirts . . $1.00 Women's Skirts . $1.00 Shoes $2.00 THESE ARE JUST A FEW BARGAINS OFFERED 1 » i ' i t i | OF THE TERRIFIC BY OUR STORE UPPER ALTON „ STORE , ONLY THE SIDEWALKS ARE ALL FULL OF BARGAINS WAITING FOR YOU! NEVER BEFORE SUCH A SALE IN UPPER ALTON , , BE AMONG THE FIRST AND SEE FOR YOURSELF HOW YOU CAN SAVE, SAVE, SAVE, SIDEWALK SPECIALS! VALUES TO $4.95 _ ^^ SPORT SHIRTS . . . $1.88 VALUES TO $4.95 SWIM TRUNKS . . . ONE & TWO OF A KIND VALUES TO $59.50 SUITS PRICE i UNITED/ MEN'S SHOPS Inc 1662 Washington Ave. UPPER ALTON SHOP IN UPPER ALTON SIDEWALK SPECIALS! REG. 24.95 SPORT COATS . . . $12.88 VALUES TO 3.95 SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS . . . $1. 2520 COLLEGE AVE. UPPER ALTON S8DEWALK SPECIALS! COSTUME JEWELRY f PRICE KEG. $2.50 HELENA RUBINSTEIN • an .. $1.50 REG. $1.00 FOUR SEASONS . . . . 59c ...Sc&IQc WASHINGTON & COLLEGE UPPER ALTON IT'S "STRAWFLOWER" TIME AT LAMMERS FLORAL 2524 COLLEGE AVE.—HO 2-0668 LOOK FOR OUR SIDEWALK BARGAINS SAVE IN UPPER ALTON WIDE SELECTIONS IN UPPER ALTON BIGGER VALUES IN UPPER ALTON SIDEWALK SPECIAtSI * GAMES UP TO *KITS E*AO/ * PAINT-BY-NUMBER SETS *j|J / * HOIBY CRAFTS WW Q REG. $14.00 REMCO BARRACUDA ATOMIC SUB $ 8 HOBBY-TOY CENTER 1636 WASHIN6TON AVt.-UPP8R ALTON CONVENIENT SHOPPING UPPER ALTON No Parking Problems In UPPER ALTON ODDS AND ENDS - SLIGHTLY SOILED WEARING APPAREL FOR LADIES & CHILDREN $« 00' 1 TO VALUES LOT No. 1 ,C 25 LOT No. 2 50* LOT No, 3 $100 1 Save I to i On AH Summer Goods Ladies 1 & Children's Wear 2523 COLLEGE AVE.—UPPER ALTON Washington Square Shopping Center ENTIRE STOCK Ejl\ iJLlVIil &J.U1-III 20IUE SANDALS . . . p.*, 19<> FROGS, DUCKS, ROOSTERS, BEE HIVE, BIRD BATHS LAWN ORNAMENTS.. V*«* WITH HOOD & ROTISSERIE 24-in. Barbecue Grill... $7.77 FOR WINDOW OR FLOOR 20-in. 3-SPEED FAN.. $18.88 LADIES' RAYON HEAD SCARFS . . . K? 19» SIDEWALK SPECIALS'. 13 ONLY—VALUES TO $lti.98 i" ElECTRiC DRILLS.. $9. 11 ONLY—REG. $1.85 BIRD FEEDERS . . . . 88c 14 ONLY—KEG. 880 Wicker Clothes Baskets... 66c 15 ONLY—REG. !ji2.«0 SNOW SHOVELS $1.88 ALTON HIM. & PAINT CO. 2504 COLLEGE AVE.—UPPER ALTON SIDEWALK SPECIALS! GENUINE ENGLISH WITH COASTER BRAKE LIGHTWEIGHT BIKE.. $31.95 TWO ONLY 20" Convertible Bikes $26.50 ROLLER SKATES . $1.60 & $2.89 REG. S1,00 TOYS . . , . , 65c EDDIE'S BICYCLE SHOP 2526 COLLEGE AVi,—UPPER ALTON SIDEWALK SPECIALS! THROW RUGS 1 I $170 18" x 37" .. I *» V 37" x 30" .. I 87" X 54" .. DESIGNER LAMPS $MOS 10 1'ulr Only — In I'tUrs ......... i pr. TO BATHROOM RUGS Nylon, Curved, Washable ?^U5 $*»Q8 ;, Decorator Colors i.. m >- <* * BATH HITS 8-woB Fully Wuslmblo— ¥| | W *1B Suott BacH 8'*Q' " m p* flifo <« *,w SUPERIOR CARPET GO. 1636 MAIN 5T,—UPPIR AWON

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free