Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1963 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 1, 1963
Page 20
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ALTON EVENING IttWSDAY, AUdUST i, 1063 _.,„.,„ - . - - -'f V - '• --"j-i 1 ""'-•--"••'*---'*'"•''If*-•'*'--aS'*fe^--•"•"-.'^iffi-j-fr —• fhe achievement f&gt-ftffi of the locAI Busy Bees 4M Club will be given Friday at §|30 fj.fii. at the flrehouse, it has Been afitwtiticed. The girls will model clothes, they have made. ' THAI'S oMftftftJiS CASPfcfc, Wyo. # - Floyd tJaca, 16, d! Casper, decided to play Good Samaritan when he saw some motorists changing a flat tire. Me offered to help. While Baca was changing th tire, the car slipped from th jack and fell on his leg. The car' bwflSfs' jacked the car up again, put on the spare tire and drbvfe off—leaving Baca lying in the road. •JttllM- :'f[ y?/) 4^ ' SHOE STORES FINAL 4 DAYS! CLEARANCE SALE Special Selection From Oiir Regular Stock! WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S LAST CHANCE! ALL FIRST QUALITY PLENTY OF FREE PARKING! OPEN 9 TO 9 DAILY—SUNDAYS NOON TILL 6 Just East of the Viaduct in East Alton 409 ST. LOUIS AVE. Sees Good Prospects For State CHICAGO (At 5 ) - Wayne A Johnston, president of the flllnol Central Railroad, says a contbin alion of favorable conditions en nances Illinois' prospects for fu tures economic growth. Johnston, chairman of the economic development committee 01 the Illinois State Chamber ol Commerce, spoke Wednesday at a day-long meeting of representa lives of public utilities, transpor tation firms, banks and industrial real estate firms. He said good access to markets, excellent transportation fa> cilities, good business climate and healthy diversified economy "augur well for future job growth." He gave credit to "industrial development personnel of railroads, public utilities and other firms" in the state who work' be- lind the scenes to attract new job-creating businesses to Illinois. "These privately supported per sonnel annually locate hundreds of new enterprises in the state," 10 said. "This group gels little publicity and generally prefers 10 el local groups and government officials take the credil." The conference was called by he state chamber to bolster a inified effort in attracting new ndustry to the slate. Says Test Ban Pact Won't Affect Power BONN, Germany (AP) — De- ense Secretary Robert S. McNamara has assured West Germany hat a partial nuclear test ban vill not affect U.S. military trength in Europe, informed ources report. The sources said McNamara old West Germany's defense, min- ster Wednesday that the Uniled Stales had no intenlion of reduc- ng its military effort on the con- inenl. HADLEY-OEAN GLASS CO, PROUDLY ANNOUNCES THEIR LINE OF PICTURE FRAMES THE LARGEST SELECTION IN THE ALTON AREA HUNDREDS of Frame Designs Equipped for Interior pecc'rating Framing: Gold Metal Leaf, Antique, Fruitwood Frames Both Domestic and imported Mouldings Complete Selection of Colored Mat Boards and Fabric. Mats including Velvets, Burlap, Grass Cloth, Shiki Paper and Ossnaberg Fabric. We Have TRU-SITE NON-GLARE PICTURE FRAMING GLASS Special Sale! Reproductions ol WORLD-FAMOUS PAINTINGS oy famous artists! UNFRAMED PICTURES Reg. $1.39 16x20 18x20 Reproduced in full color Brush Stroked and Varnished Landscapes, Seascapes, Pastoral scenes Gallery Typo Frames Choice of Frame Colors Largest Reproductions Obtainable Reg, $13,95 $1045 10 EACH H HADLEY-DEAN GLASS CO. Serving Alton Area Since 1896 OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. FRIDAYS 8 A.M. TILL 9 P.M. 2615 E, BROADWAY PHONE 465-8813 Hftrtf or d Woman Attends Conclave HARTFORD -^ Mrs. Kenneth Bode, S. Delmdr Ave., has returned home after attending the Luth- erail Women's Missionary League International Convention In Kansas City, Mo., last week. She was accompanied by Mrs. C h a r 1 e s Khig, who resides In the country south o( Hartford, Mrs. Olivet Lee of Wood ttivet and Mts. fcdgaf Hammul of Baldwin, 111. Rccupcrntlng HARTFORD — Karen Redman, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Redman of S. Olive St., is recuperating at her home following an accident last weekend at Mounds Park near Collinsville. Karen received « broken right arm, injured Shoulder^ and abrasions to her head and legs when she started to run down one of the steep hills In the park and lost her balance, falling head-on into a tree* Barracki Social at Ktmtiallttill Park WOOD RtVElt - World War f Veterans Barracks 5il will entertain rhenibers of the Barracks Auxiliary at a 6 f.rft., fish fry in Kendall Mill Park at fl p.m. May. District, commnnde'r. hii pf°g™m will reports otr the recent lllitiois Department convention held in Otia*fl, to be given by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wirite, Edward, District A cortimaWder and District Auxiliary president; and Grover Wiemer, Edwardsvilie, retiring For representation at the Sept. 22-26 National coirtvehtlon in Detroit, Will be discussed. EUNBtiROH-'-Girls hi fl Cooking class of a Scotch school have decided to cook dinner fot their teenage boyfriends, as part of (heir final examinations. vautelin union TRUST US-OVER n MIIIION H/WF-SINCE 1B98 • 300 EAST BROADWAY Wise Shoppers Buy With... PROTECTED SAVINGS Get a "PRICE GUARANTEE" With Every Purchase! • own bfftcc* • • -.^^^^^^^^^^BBBBBP^^ Li»"^^^^"^^ We Guarantee Our LOW PRICES In Writing! . ^ , ' "' ^ s ",' ^ " Modern 6-Pc, Sectional Ensemble! „.*,-> ^ », xtWj o *- - ^:- o,,s'*s<' s v SHOP IN AIR-CONDITIONED COMFORT 4-PC. "FOAM" HOLLYWOOD BED OUTFIT FULL 39" WIDE, COMPLETE WITH STURDY STEEL FRAME 100% FOAM SEATS and BACKS For den... play room or living room. Smart stripe and solid pattern. Sleeps 2 ... You get: 2 loungers, 3 Foam bolsters and walnut corner table. 59 95 NO MONEY DOWN $5 A MONTH FULL FOAM MATTRESS ir Specially constructed coil box spring •k Sturdy steel frame on easy- rolling casters Upholstered hendbonrd NO MONEY DOWN China Available at Additional Cost Porcelain Top CABINET BASE NOW ONLY $ 8 36 inches high, 16 inch x 20 inch porcelain top with large cutlery drawer. Sliding Glass Door BOOKCASE 29 NOW ONLY NO MONEY DOWN Big 3-slielf bookcase, 40" high, 36" wide, 10" deep. Beautiful finish. . ; ' • Charming Colonial.., All 6 Pieces $• Colonial charm in the 6-piece dining room. Round table, mate's chairs and large hutch. 199 6-Pc, Dining Room -Budget Priced You get: 56" buffet, big 36"x48" extension table opens to full 60" plus 3 sculptured back chairs and I host arm chair. NO MONEY DOWN Full Size GAS RANGE NO MONEY DOWN $ 98 You don't get many chances like this on a full-size range only a few left.. .Hurry. Room Size—9x12 LINOLEUM RUGS TERRIFIC VALUES! Come in and take advantage of these special bargains. Limited quantity. > No Phone or Mall orders Now is fhe ideal time to trade in that old washer! AVING SPECIAL SALE CONTINUED FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY! Prices Start At 1. AUTOMATIC WASHERS, 2-3-4 Cycles « 2. GAS and ELECTRIC DRYERS, set and forget! ; • 3. WRINGER WASHERS, built for years of use! $ 109 No Money Down—Only $7,00 a Month E-X-T-R-A HIGH Trade-in Allowances OPEN TIL 9 P.M. HON., THURS., & FRI. • FREE STORESIDE PARKING It's Easy to Buy at FRANKLIN UNION! No Money Down! Easy Terms! YA' ALL COME! South Roxana Homecoming! DAD'S CLUB PARK - FRIDAY™ SATURDAY- SUN DAY, AUGUST 2nd- 3rd -4th — —Friday, Auytist 2nd- •Starting 6 P.M. Joe Green well and Sunset Valley Boys with Guest TheSkyles Family from Union, Mo, PLUS— 528TH U,S, AIR FORGE BAND From Scott Field 7 to 8 P.M. if 50 PUCK * FREE - 3 Shows Nightly — FREE —^^w.— Saturday, liif/ 3rd — MATINEE 2 TO 5-ALL RIDES lOc Startimf 0 I'M. Joe Greenwell and Sunset Valley Boys with Quests . . . , The Skyles Family from Union, Mo, und Special Guest Star , JIMMIE DICKENS FREE - 3 Shows Nightly -FREE Snm(<ij/, 4th MATINEE 2 TO 5 P,M.«*AU RIDES lOe Staring ut 0 P.AI. THE OZARK OPRY From 0$P9« Beach, Mo. with LEE MACE, Emcee and featuring your favorite comedian 'HIOHPOCKETS" In perspji FBII - 3 Shows Nightly - FRIT Free Entertainment • lWe$ • ' -•'' •.* / ,i I • *. "^ i Watinew Sat, and §un, ; \ All Ride? JOc, 2 to 5 P,

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