Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 7, 1963 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 7, 1963
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WfeJt)NESt)AV t AUGUST7, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Defense Industry May Shift fiy Snltl ftftwftnfl AP itiisltiMM News Annlyrt NEW ¥6W< (AP)-Slgning of the nuclear test ban treaty Way give sortie defense ; Industries pause but Could mean stepped up activities in others. So many itfbng spots are reported elseWhere that the busl* ness world seems largely ex* pectnnl of an increased, if moderate, gain In the total economy after Labor Day. The treaty still has,8..l6ng toad (o go litf the U. S, Seriate. And the ,a1?cpliclsm expressed by maMy Americans as to the reliability of Russian promises could assure- increased spending in forms,'dl. defense untouched by the treaty—to be ready just in case, and",to meet, pressure in other! forms of the cold war. iWal disarmament — with Ha cancellation ,bf ( defensa orders— Isn't a fflctor yet,in any but the most long-range economic planning. Defense Department appropriations nren'l Involved in any important degree, at least at present. Rising government spending as a whole, however, is a sure thing. Corporation economists as a whole, are counting on this as one of the factors sure to bolster the economy, in coming months. The spending is. going up at state and local levels as well as federal—us many taxpayers' are well aware. Even more important is the continuing large \ outpourings from consumers' purses and a moderate, ,-bul: reassuring, rise in business spending for new equipment and plants. Such outlays by business in recent years are n° w Paying dividends, as, the, current reports of Increased profits show. The new equipment is .turning out more goods per man hour, thus cutting production costs faster than wage scales have been rising. Thanks largely to the high rate of auto sales, consumers have been increasing their total of in- stalment debt. , Some economists worry about the stretching of payment periods In some areas, but most consider the credit gains on a firm basis. Installment debt has become ••• a mudMvatched indicator of con•'' sumer psychology. It goes up when confidence is widespread. • And consumer confidence is basic to.economic growth. , ; , : With consumer, business -arid v' government''spending'' ajl, tending ', to rise, the outlook' for the fall months is, bright:. ,.',,; List Rules For Calhoun Junior Fair HARDIN — Rules for the Gal- houn County 4-H agricultural_show have been mailed to 4-H members.. The show will be at the annual .Apple Festival .and Junior Fair,-' Sept. 13, 14 and 15. Ex- hibjts will be judged Sept. 14. ./According, to the rules, all entry cards must be in the 4-H office by Friday, Sept. G. Exhibits must be in place between 5 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. Saturday. They will be released at 5 p.m. Sunday, or by the Fair Board president. Health certificate requirements and other grounds rules will be similar to those of other years. Show superintendents are as follows: Beef,' LeRoy Hagen; dairy, Ralph Wieneke; sheep, Paul B. Hanks; swine, Robert. ^aMarsh; poultry arid rabbits, Leonard Fort- Schneider;, garden, Mrs. Robert LaMarsh jind Mrs. Emily Herter; handicraft and photography, Mrs. Betty Ledder and Mrs. Paul Lorsbach; forestry, entomology, wildlife, .etc., Mrs. Bernard Hillen, Mrs, Hubert Shaw, Mrs. Raphael Behreris and Mrs. Carl Dixon. Addition Made to Fairgrounds Stage HARDIN — A new steel building is beingfcompleted around the stage on the fairgrounds here. The building will form,a cover for the stage.and will have dressing rooms fdr performers, as well us an office for CAAC officials. The stage itself will be enlarged, The former stage covering, a plywood structure, was completely demolished in a freak wind storm earlier tills summer. Altur Sooloty HARDIN .<*- Members of the : Altar Society ol:.St,* Norbert's Church mended the.cassocks of the altar toys of the churcji, at a meeting .Mpnduy night, About 20 of the c$siwcks were mended, according to Mrs. William Pohl, /society president, Following tlip / buMne«'s Cession .'eiid the sewing, / refrsshnrjents were served by the _ -- Tlje Cental Bajik of Chile reports a decrease in gold bullion reserves. .^•...iJijue^J..^-.. i^^^*i .^^^PI ^^^^ PJMMI ^mp^_ ^IHIIP^ ^BBBB^ m^w i^^w ^P^^ «•"••=•-•» ^^Htijjf^^ ^^^j^^^^ quality, wemobilrty. Tremendous New Fall Selections SHIRTS GIRLS' 7-14 Women's and Teen's 32-38 • Solid* • Stripes • Prints • Plaids LONG and Roll Sleeves.. MANY Collar styles! COTTON PANTIES 3 to 6x Shirts Just like big sister's . . . white eot- tpn shirts with roll sle«v«s . . » sizes 3 to 6x. Double-thlek- whit* cotton knit, Interlock crotch. 29e values! Your Own School Emblem . SWEAT SHIRTS They're the latest — the greatest! Sweat shirts with your school nam» and emblem . . for girls as well as boys . . sizes S-M-L Molded suction-grip soles. Cushion insole : . AH white uppers. Peak value! \$*%i*$ Oiihtanding Valut 6roup! ^ BOYS' SHIRTS'" loth long and thoft «lttv* modili in a wld* ehdle* of fabrlei, col6rii • Sued* Flannel* • Patterns, Color* galore I Terrific shift buy» et out- lew pfiw! kin BOYS 6 to 18 No-b»H ConHnenfal modtl III plsld uteens, fm«-!in» g«b«... Regular bait-loop modal In heavyweight poli«-h«d cotton.. All popular -tolortt Sanforhed; Top tailoring Young Men's 29 to 40 Waist Trim, pWUti Ivy »tyU fc» polished cotton... in smart lubdued dark-ton* plaids, fm«-lin« gabs Compare to $1.98 .. Boys" 6-18 KNIT SHIRTS Favoritt placket-collar stylo... Wide range of colorful patterns... Lucky spteial purchase brings you tbes« "bettor" jhirh! PROPORTIONED,. |,,,| Western Cut . . 13|-Ounce Yes, we have your size in famous Nationaffy Advertised Top quality white canvas casuals ... cushion-arch . . . completely washable. Women's 5-10 Oilldt' 12H BOYS' SOCKS, FOR 4LL THE GIRLS/ Bulky Knit Morpul Wear 'em Up ... down or rolled, § $1 Pairs • White combed cotton . . . iavor\h for school we«r| Classic Casual Women's • Teens' 4-9 55 Our 1)9 Value Keg, Patterned cottons or crews with stripe top. Sizes 7-10. CREW SOCKS Kiddies' Thrift-Priced OXFORDS leqther Uppers ... Drown or Black 81.3 Dozens of Styles for BOYS and GIRLS PEPPY PALS feature P-V-C Soles guaranteed to outwear uppers. • Leather Insoles » Leather Lining • LeaHier Uppers Canvas Casuals For itrett or gym wear Woman», T«en»' 4 to? •& White UNDERWEAR FOR MEN and BOYS BOYS'WINTER II/A (BJ WARM Jft\& Values... Greatest Choice.... Ever! WOOLS! NYLONS! VINYLS! Her* is your b*»t bat for warmth, w*ar, good lookil A line-up of great jacket buys m top-favored styloi, colors, ma- ieriali . . . seo theul • All Wool Suburban Coats • Quilted Nylon Ski Jackets • Vinyl Surcoats, detachable hood • Sheen Gabardine lined Parkai VALUES to 11.98! Stand-Out Styles in NEW SPORT P.N.HIRSCH&GO Men'*—Young Mtn'c S.M.L.XL * Luxurious w«$h 'n wear fabric* t Handwme p«Hern» and colon t Smart model*... top tailoring HYS BIG STORES Downtown Alton Monday Friday 'HI 9 p.m. Other Pays 9 to 5 p.m. Alien Plow Open Monday and Friday 'til 9. Other Days 9 to 5:3(| North Alton Open Every Night 'til 9 p.m. Saturday 'til 5:30 YVilshlre Village OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9 P.M. Downtown Wood River Open Friday Night 'til 9, Other Pays 'til 5:30 Use our "NO-CHARCJE" LAY-AWAY or convenient CREDIT TERMS

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