Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1963 · Page 24
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August 1, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 24

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ALfDN 'EVENING TEtMiAt 5 !*- v ••r——-•-•-•*• Appropriation at JR. JB, JL ^ * Jersey Includes 875,000- City Hall •H2RSEWLLE - A geftei-al appropriation ordinance totaling $401,150, ittciuding $75,000 tot a new city hid),'•Waft passed by the City Council fuesdfty night. Also appropriated was $163,250 from water and sewer reveftiie for op crating expenses and bond retire* mettt. In addition, ordinances placing rabies investigation work in the hands of the public health and safety department and setting up a street traffic and sign committee were passed. The general appropriation of $401,150 Is broken down into the following departments for expend ing: Department of public affairs $81,250; accounts and finances' $23,000; health and safety, $26,800; streets and public improvements, $117,000; public property, $132.350; recreation, $10,750; contingencies, all departments, $5,000; retirement fund, $5,000. The $163,250. appropriation for the water and sewer department is split in the following manner: Labor and salaries $60,000; repairs and replacement $25,000; supplies $8,500; audits. $750; general expense, rent, etc., $600; postage and telephone $1,200; insurance and bond, $5,000 office expense, miscellaneous $12,000; travel expense $2,000; old age and survivors participation, $2,000; installing new connecting lines and relocations $30,000; heat, lights and power .$10,000; engineers, water, $5,000; reserve, $12,000; water refunding revenue bonds and interest as sot forth by previous ordinance. Parents of Daughter JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Alexander of Jerseyville have given the name Lisa Marie to their itifant daughter born at 4:50 a.m. July 29 at the Jersey Community Hospital. The baby weighed ? pounds 9 ounces. She is a granddaughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Fry of Eldred and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. Alexander of Louisiana, Mo,; add is a great-granddaughter of Mrs. Delia Fry, John Valentine Of Jerseyville and Grover Alexander of Arkansas.. Mrs. Alexander was formerly Miss Mary Helen Fry.The couple has another daughter, Lori Ann, 3. OUt Ofr STAfEUS OKLAHOMA CITY (*> - Okla homa's state pai-ys drew nearly nine million visitors — about throe and a halt times the total poputo tion of the state In the 1960 ecu sus — during 1962. But state Plan ning and Resources Board surveys show that more than half the Oklahomans interviewed have never spent any time in a stat' park. "PICK-A-PAIR" of BARGAINS Seibold's... FRIDAY & SATURDAY AT ANGELFOOD DELIGHT CAKE '1.34 Special Feature A light, fluffy, Angel Food Cake, split and filled with a delicious fresh lemon filling covered with butter cream Icing ... a perfect summer dessert. Order yours now! DANISH RUFFLE 74c Special Feature A real taste treat . . . ever popular Danl?h with a doubly delicious fllMnn and tasty fondant IcInR over all ... try a sample before you buy. Order Seibold's French Barbecue Bread and Butter 'N Cheese Bread lor your Patio Parties and Barbecues/ MRS. SEIBOLD'S Watch for next weeks "PICKA - PAIR-OF BARGAINS" Bargains each day! BAKE SHOP Washington Square Shopping Center — Alton, On Main Street Side DIAL 462-2141 Wllshlre Village Shopping Center. East Alton, 111. Dial CL 4-2648 148 E. Ferguson Ave. Wood .River. III. Dial CL 4-9212 r / Check These Specials! FROM YOUR FRIENDLY RED & WHITER OUR VALUE Family Size I PORK & BEANS . . . SS. 29" GRAND PRIZE SWEET POTATOES . . S, 2 '" 25° 5c Off Label Limit 4 Boxes SPIC and SPAN . . SUN SPUN CHEESE SPREAD 85° CREAMETTE Elbow 2 7 ° z> OKc Pkgs. £*+* RED & WHITE CHILI SAUCE 12 Oz. 4)QC Btl. 4&«7 OLD JUDGE d/d JEiou-d &) ' •Guaranteed to Please KKEY'S Whole or Hall GOURMET HAMS . . KItEY'S "All Meat" JUMBO FRANKS . . . 5Sc KREY'S Boneless 1,0.1 STEW MEAT .... KREY'S Assorted Cold Cuts, Beef & Bacon, Relish or OLD-FASHIONED LOAF.. 50c TENDER STEER LIVER . . . . ' 5c Off Label Ib, RED A WHITE FUIIC.V Fruit 39c Cocktail ..... o£ 39c RED & WHITE Cut Spears 29c Asparagus . . . ca°»29c KIDS LOVE IT!! Shredded Wheat "ATSSc Kool-AU . . . 8m. 23c RED & WHITE Fancy Halves i . . . Can RED & WIHTE Tomato Juice . . 4 ca°n NABISCO SMOOTH, CREAMY RED & WHITE D Quart C CALIFORNIA HEAD LETTUCE . . . GOWJEN RIJPE BANANAS NO. 1 ELBERTA PEACHES HO»IKGROWN CORN . . . . . • . 2 29c 29c BARS 45c SUMMERTIME FAVORITES CAMPBELL'S SOUP CHICKEN-NOODLE OR VEGETABLE BEEF Hf*mWRPM« IMIfH'f Market Alton HAYNES GROCERY ; E. Jennlnifs, Wood River BRIGHTON MERC. CO. FR 8-3411 Brighton 'S N. Alby Street B9w3 NOWI'S RIO * WHITi Phone 8688 ftioro HUIIB'S BIP * WHITI I f. f, HOF6RIN J 8W Bjile AHonl 300 Mc(;aslund East Alton CAN BISCUITS WITH THE PURCHASE OF ONE DOZEN GRADE A LARGE EGGS 19c VALUE BAG A-G POTATO CHIPS WITH THE PURCHASE OF ONE POUND BAG POTATO CHIPS BOX A-G SALT WITH THE PURCHASE OF 4-OZ.CAN A-G BLACK PEPPER CAMPBELLS Chicken-Noodle Soup Cans 49° Chicken of the Sea CHUNK TUNA No. 2Vi tins C Meat Specials// Meml)er KREY — WHOLE OR HALF GOURMET HAMS KREY — ALL MEAT BOLOGNA OR BRAUNSCHWEIGER I •••• •••••••••••• ••.•." ™ "• ™ • FOOD STORES s Associated Grocers Company of St. Louis, Mo, 1C By the Flecn ..;. LB, WITH THE PURCHASE OF 10 JARS BABY FOOD Excluding Meat and Hi-Protein Dinners Mayrose FIRST CUTS CENTER CUTS WITH THE PURCHASE OF 1 MAYROSE ROPE MAYROSE—SLICED MAYROSE—SLICED PORK SIRLOIN TIP ROAST • PIKES PEAK ROAST LB. 6 OZ. CAN REALEMON FROZEN WITH THE PURCHASE OF 5 CANS LEMONADE ftcttLautn ill .*«?«« ill: Aurora ROLLS IT COSTS SO LITTLE TO SERVE THE BEST! Land O' Lakes Sweet Creiim BUTTER 1 Pound Pkg. "The Flavor Never Varies" CIGARETTES All Popular Brands Regulars $O25 Ctn. Kings $035 Cal's A.G. Superette Brighton, 111. Phono FItontior 2-8487 College Ave. A.G. Market 3124 Co I logo Avo., Alton Dlul HO 5-0100 The Country Store Brighton, III. Open 10 a.m. to 30 p.m.—Frl, * Silt. 0 a.m. l;o 10 p.m. Opon Sunday 9 a.m. in 10 p.m. Dial 872-H802 Elm Street A.G. Market Elm and Alby Sts., Alton Dial HO 2-0012 Floyd's A.G. Market 3rd nnd Penning Wood River, III. Closed Wednesdays Goldman's A.G. Market 1324 Highland Alton Dial HO 5-8022 Delivery 85 Minimum Neuhaus A.G. Market 201 Shamrock St., East Alton 111. Dial CL 1-5214 Uptown A.G. Market 2824 Humbert Alton, 111. Phone HO 5-1211 Rain's A.G. Food Mart 222 East Elm Alton, III. Dial HO 2-0522 Smitty's A.G. Market 720 Edwmlsville Road Wooll River, 111. Open Sundays and Holidays Third St. A.G. Market 120 East Third East Alton, III. CL 4-4511 'Ctn. SUNSHINE'S "KRISPY" NORTH STAR i-ib. Pkg. 12 Bar Pkg. Fresh Frozen Foods TEEN RITE FROZEN Strawberries... 2 IS? 49c Breaded Shrimp SOLID ~ FIRM - POPULAR ICEBERG — C Extra Fancy ReU Skin Elbertu Peaches Wew Gtop Wisconsin Gfreeo Cabbage Golden fiipe Bananas Lb. Luscious Ca/i/prni'a Fanpy Friil LARGE NECTARINES DUARTE RED PLUMS SEEDLESS CRAPES ,

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