Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1963 · Page 26
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August 1, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

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.ilUi i =£"-'• ALTON EVENING NASA Work Going Ahead III Florida By ttmVAKt) CAPE CANAVEftAL, Fte. (API — BlilldctieHi, jjiledrlvet-s, dredges and other itiachihes ate wresHtig control of great areas of swampland from snake and alligator as the United States builds the huge spaceport from which astronauts ll rocket toward the moon and planets. Most of the work is concentrated on Merritt Island adjacent to Cape Canaveral, where Ihe national Aeronautics and Space Ad ministration is acquiring 87,000 acres on which to erect facilities of almost incredible dimension. There also is furious construction activity on Cape Canaveral's original 15,000-acre plot as launching equipment and pads are read- ied for the two-man Project Gemini space flights slated to start next year and for early tests of Hie Apollo moonship and other space vehicles. More than 5,000 construction workers air on the job. In 12 months there will ho alxnil 9,000. In the next three years, $1.7 billion will be spent on building work. The space agency is paying the present capo boundaries. Merrill Island lies west and northwest of the Cape. Some '100 homeowners nrr being displaced by (he acquisition, most of which is swamp, woodland and The Saturn 5 will bo aft tall ftS a 36-story skyscraper, weigh S.OOft tons fully fueled and generate 7.5 million pounds of thrust. At a crist of about $100 million for each launching, the rocket will be able Const met ion will star! this massive underlakinc,i ill include three lannchim estimated $55 million for the land I pads tor the giant Saturn 5 rocket orange groves. 'to orbit a 120-ton space laboratory The dominating feature on Mie| 0 r send the three-man Apollo ship island will be Launch Complexj to , ll( , mocm . flic (i rs t test flight Is No. 39. soon on FORTY 050 By Pea Bracken and *}d on Merritt. which will ferry Apollo astronauts set for 19K>. Thousands of acres will serve as a buffer zone to protect the ears to the moon, hopefully in 1 9f>S. ADDED "And one more thing .,. We'll get along better, Jones, if you'll stop calling me SIR.' LAGOS — Nigeria Is soon to have her own Insecticide Industry. CAIRO — Egypt Will begin land reclamation near Alexandria. Wo0d River Class Has Bake Sale WOOD ItfVER - A bake sate was conducted ftt the National »d Store, tfastfale Shopping enter, East Alton, today as a project of the Youth JWtojWh* of the First Evangelical United Brethren Church. The Misses Marilyn Holland, Carolyn Vlnyard and Bet-nice Hblloway, youth counselors, assisted the young people. The sacrament of Holy Corn- inunin will be observed durjng the worship service Sunday, with the Rev. Glenn E. Huffman, pastor, speaking oti the topic, "The com- nninlon of the spirit." Men of the class will serve as hosts tor the 7i30 p, Tues meeting of the Builders Class the church social rooms. A travelogue of Glacier National Park will highlight the program. ROME - An estimated 21 million tourists will see Italy In 1963 — A tfraril table die- duttto b! cia%«« ftctMUes and business was MA ty the ftoxatia Rotary club a.the fox- ana PreUbytetiafi Chtftcli Wedries- e" 1 Keilehef of Etlw&t'dsvtlle was a guesl, ft«d Al Lftttgefl «ub- milled his resignation GUtoStS BIB NEW VORK ( tttlng procedure 6f Arthur Schwatte and Howard Bleti In musical collaboration has modi* fled through the-'years. The pair are now completing music and lyM(M ! fo?'Ma'ry Martin's new musical '•ileflnle" at Dletz home, "... When they iifst Started collab- brating 35 years ago, the .part- iters recently recalled, they worked in a series of 'hotel rooms, but finally abandoned that Ineth- pd because complaints of other guests about nocturnal compos- jng kept them on'the move. fflROF COME SEE... YOU'LL SAVE! Thrifty folks find it extra-satisfying, shopping at AfisP! All those low, low prices at A&P make that possible. And those valuable Plaid Stamps sure make a lot of dreams come true for customers who get those nice gifts. And what makes shopping an extra-thrifty experience are those quality-famous A&P Exclusives: Jane Parker Baked Foods, Ann Page Fine Foods, and freshly-ground A&P Coffee. Hot or ked ,Noy 60FFEE MILL MILD AND MELLOW EIGHT O'CLOCK 3-LB. BAG $1 |59 Hot or iced ,... There's nothing like the flavor of fresh-ground coffee! A&P whole-bean Coffee is never ground in some far-off factory. You see it ground for your coffeemaker right in the store... to give you COFFEE MILL FLAVOR ... • ; FRESH-GROUND FLAVOR YOU CAN'T GET IN A CAN! BAKED TO PERFECTION... TAW PRICED TO PLEASE! JllllJu RICH AND FULL-BODIED RED CIRCLE 3-Lb. Bu'IJI VIGOROUS AND WINEY BOKAR I-LB. BAG 61 3-lb. Bog '1.77 PARKER Baked Pie REG. 49e 39 Juicy slices of orchard-fresh apples, delectably seasoned... baked in- > ; side a flaky light crust. Enjoy this fine pie — save cash, too I < •: RippEed Chips 49" Jane Parker Fresh Rippled Potato Chips SAVE lOc, Reg. 59c 12 OZ. BOX ^"% I I • ' «f ^*'' ; I ^ Gold Loaf Cake Jane Porker, delivered fresh to your A&P itore. Serve topped with Ice Cream or Whipping Cream. • ANN PAGE Fine Foods ANN PAGE Pure STRAWBERRY, RED RASPBERRY or BLACKBERRY Preserves .- ^ 2 Take advantage, of the special on these delectable preserves! Made from juicy berries, perfect for spreads or dessert toppings I' ; Mellowmood NYLON HOSIERY 30 C OFF! J'OX.OF ,-2; PAIRS , WEST BEND PERCOLATOR 30 Cup (WITH FJtEE l.LB, BAtt EIGHT Q'CM)CK Potatoes Golden Corn Tuna Flakes A&P Wholt or Sliced 16 OZ TIN Whole Kernel fultonq Grated 3 Stores to Serve You t 41 i Pia$<h Alton t Washington Square, Alton * 20 W. Edwardavllli Hd, ( W, R,

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