Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 7, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 7, 1963
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7,1963 ALTON EVENING Wood River High Accepts Bids for New Construction WOOD RIVER -* Members of Wood JPtivef; High gchottl filslrtet 14" tlwM of. $aucflt!6r) fueftfay night accepted coiislrtictlon bids totaling 3015,115 for bulldihg school buildings. The.., MlgiftJM j total i of the Jow bids OTJfoff? IM ! Softool board, star led"* trmtmlhg* Hems was $1, 084,410,'.,,,.. «.., In addltlott to the $915,115 total, another, $93,000 will be added for use under teas$; tfUrcfcase iagre'e- tnehtu-enabling" (lie" board to buy certain movable partitions and lockets for lurnishltfg the how buildings which they could not afford under ,a regular ..sole cpn : tract. v\ '.;.'••.'. : .'•.,' /.-. This type of financing, deletions nuidc from original spcclficn- tions by -Architect Del Manner, and waiting until later,.-to-install certain things, Is making it. possible for ttlie school board to let Whllela<y/ v Ayeiutfi opposite the ex Istlng 'sc^l.T.wa's vcstimliird to cost ?850.pOOv*'; '' ' •;' ' . The /ijffiUp 1 lids' had > series of speciapneetlngs since /first opening bias ilfii attempts to ^pa're the cosls down and Imve finally sue eecded in adopting what they be HeVo to be a workable plan. One, section of the total $915,OOC construction bids, a $10,314 bid Gent of Edwardsville for outside sewer wqrk, was let a week ago bill: Was,Included In the grand total Tuesday night to give a com plcto picture. A breakdown of bids accepto at jllo, meeting after deletions and other cost cuts Were made will the original bid figure in paren thesis shows:;,Wuelltier Mann general contract 5644,721., ($809 51.4); Kane Plumbing and Heal Ing,, .$53,150., ($5G,650); Wegmai Electric Co., $109,500, (5110,500) Alton Plumbing and Healing, $97, '130,($97,430); Gent Sewer Con tractors, $10,314 •($.1.0,314). . Heating and oiilside sewer bid did not change in cost becausi the board found nothing that cotilc be deleted or installed at a late dale. The $93',000 allowed for lease purchase agreements enables th board to install certain movable type <Uems on a .four per cent it lerost payment plan whereby-the School -will eventually own t h c items. '-,•',.•.' HAVKYOU TRIED CENTRAL SEWING SUPPLY'S FABRIC DEPARTMENT THURSDAY DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL 45-INCH '.,„_... 24 WE$J BBOAbWAY HO 2-5214 LOOK-WE'VE QUINTUPLED! f *j.' In five years Piasa has grown from $ 6 million to over '30 million -for these good reasons: • Consistently paying the largest dividends in the area-currently 4.6% annually, '• Dividends compoi/nded quarterly, •' Dividends pajd from the 1st on savings in bythe^Qth," :...-:• -v-y. ••; * Considerate, helpful service to our many customers. , t 'Sound lnve|tment policy, f- .. ' '•••'• Shouldn't you bo enjoying Advantages, too? nrst Federal, State & Wall Sts,, Alton, 111, for PIA8A FIRSt FEOTnAL Pcf Cent fofcnl Originally the board had talked to a national firm that conducts such a business on an eight ft cent Interest basis but the board attorney, Ed Kelly, found the four per cent Interest rale arrangement at Wood River First National Ba'hk. In addition to the $915,000 for construction contracts and the $93,000 allowed for lease purchase agreements, the board will also pay an architects fee ol $150,500 lo the Manner Breitwesier firm, school architects. A raiuesl by Southern Illinois University lo hold a "Hootenanny" Oct. 26 In the school's memorial gym was tabled until more information can be had from SlU officials. . • . lielliuUo Slutleul On Honor List . BETH ALTO - David McGaughey, 212 Bethallo Blvd., a grad imte of Civic Memorial High School, is among 234 honor students announced today by University of Illinois College of Commerce and Business Administration. Lttfltt Planned f di 4 Wtidd Hi vet* Park WtiOb WVETl - A special evesnt coheludjng Slimmer play- grdUnd activities of tne Wood illVer Recreation Department will be n "Limn" at the Etistj Ehd Park Aug. 15. ! Planned as nn'all-day nffaii' participants from the olhei 1 two community parks will gather al 9:30 a.m. tr. prepare tor various special evojils, games confesls and for refreshments. . AWdifdn Will be tnade to the enti-unt with the bent costume, the funniest costume and the most a.illtMhi.1. 1 costumes. Prizes will bo given for the limbo and biila. A special treasure hunt Is planned with prizes for persons finding gold pieces. Several other gnmcs and cionlusts are also being planned. I'rank Mess Mrs. Howard Sniff Icl, 318 Glover St., told police this morn- Ing someone had smeared eggs over, the top of her car and had laced .toijet tissue through the trees arid. shriibs in her yard during: the night. . Hartford Church Mission Pastor Thp Rov. Rex Jnckson, Assem- Wins of God Missionary to Nlger- in, West Africa. will speak at 7:30 Thursday High I at the Haft- ford Assembly of God CHUreh, 1&5 E. Wiitklns St. The fiev. Hoy B. Warner, pastor of the Hartford Church said the Rev, Jackson served as superintendent of Ihe Assemblies of God in Nigeria for 10 years. The Rev. Jackson will return to Nigeria at the conclusion of bis furlough.. HepoiH Red Chinese Seen in Pakistan NEW DELHI. India (APj—Tho j Indian government has receiver] reports that a number of Chinese 'Communist military officers weit seen recently in East Pakistan, ; spokesman for the Foreign Min istry Said today. The Indian government has re cehtly expressed fear of a possible Chines o-Paldstani alignmen against India. Wood River Plans Archery Contest WOOD RIVER - the City 3 Jflygtoimd Archery contest will be held Friday in Central Park according to Edward L. Emerick, City Recreation Director. Winners from all the city playgrounds will compete in the Cupid girts) the Robinhood and the William Tell divisions to determine champions. StflMef Stolen WOOD RIVER - William Noe, SERVICE SPECIAL Roxana Notes ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wilson and daughters of Reller avenue, spent; the weekend in Jackson, Tenn., visiting Mrs. Wilson's mother, Mrs. Thelma Malone. Mrs. Wilson's cousins, the'Misses Jean and Jane Moore of Ridgely, Tenn., have returned home after spending the past week here visiting. . Mr. and Mrs. Edward-Plotner of Keller avenue have returned after spending' the past ten days at Leesburg, Fla. They were joined there .by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oiler and son Richard of E, Fourth St. and .Miss Gay Lawrence of ,W. First St. The entire group then called on Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gregory, former Roxana residents, < at Daytona Beach. . .• Miss Barbara Bird of Decatur s spendng a few days visiting Mr. and-Mrs. Clarence Hunt and son, 'Ronald,--of Tenth street, Wood River. Mrs. Earl Milligan and son Bob and granddaughter Kathy Kleinert of 224 Rohm Place have returned from Shawneetown after spending a week visiting Mrs. Milligan's father, Hem;y Williams and 'her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Crabtree. ' " •; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hunt and son, Ronald, of Tenth street, have returned from Trenton, N.J.; where they spent ten days visiting another son,. Bob, who is attending Trenton State College. Kansas Visitors SOUTH ROXANA —' Mr. and Mrs, August (Bud) Ahrens of South had as their guests Sunday, her cousin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Frey and children, Mark and Carol, of Wich- ta, Kan, The Frey's are en route lo Toronto, Ontario, Canada, where they will spend a month while he is there for the Boeing Aircraft Company and will then ;o to Springfield, Ohio to reside. You can't make a better deal to save your life/ BRAKE WE DO ALL THIS: • Pull front wheels • Adjust brakes to full contact • Inspect wheel cylinders and grease seals • Inspect front brake lining (front brakes wear faster) • Add brake fluid, if needed • Inspect and lubricate emergency brake linkage All American-Made Cars «•* '' FRONT-END ALIGNMENT WE DO ALL THIS: • Correct Caster, Caifiber • Adjust Toe-In, Toe-Out • Inspect and Adjust Steering No Appointment Necessary Any American- Made Car Add $2 for air conditioned cars GENERAL TIRE CO. NINTH & BELLE STREETS HO 6-4249 Sales and Service Departments Open 'Til 8:30 Friday Nites GENERAL' ••«• TIRE THURSDAY - ONE DAV ONLY OWNTOWN OLLAR SPONSORED OT DOWNTOWN ALTON. INC. SHOE SPECIALS! regularly to $13.99 DRESS SHOES by • MARQUISE • JACQUELINE • CORELLI STACKED HEEL WALKERS JS^nurt tailored fashions with tapered stacked heels and softly unllned Antiqued Cocoa High and mid heels ... many Spring and Summer styles! Choose vvh j t es, beiges and black. All sizes, but not in every style! Red Or BlfoK doeskin/ uppers. Have several pairs at this pre-seoson value! Hurry , , , back to regular price Monday I 6 2V I owner-operator of the Noe Sinclair Service Station,. Sixth and Edwardsville Road, told police at noon Tuesday that someone had stolen a starter motor for a vehicle from the garage. He said the starter for a customer's 1959 Austin ttealey was valued at approximately $80, and indicated the theft could have occurred after the station was open. Anlo Vandalism WOOD RIVER- William Steele, 964 Lorena Ave., reported to police Tuesday night that some vandal had discharged a powder type fife extinguisher inside his cat while the vehicle was parked In front of his home. Steele said the extinguisher had beert located in the car on a bracket. tie ROME — An Italian has asked the Vatican to the story of thfe *eH»ftt ured Eve with a~h Apple, English Dust Storm LIVERPOOL-A storm is blowing up over the wages paid to street cleaners in an English town. Their boss claims he makes less than they do because they can work overtime and he can-| not. Bat 8 tllghtfutly dpi! control I „..,-ifltt8-i<MSiM. d«llelou» BlIW'Mlnt h«lp« control ftppetll*. Makeftrftducingia** Safe, AtThflfi SLIM-MINT GUM THURSDAY - ONE DAY ONLY I OWNTOWN I OLLAR SPONSORED BY DOWNTOWN ALTON. INC. Extreme - and Final Reductions on All Summer Fashions! Summer Sportswear SWIM SUITS $14.95 to $25.95 Values price Entire remaining stock—Sizes 8 to 16. One and Two Piece Styles. REMAINING STOCK OF WHITE STAG SEPARATES 72 Price Broken lots of clam diggers, skirts, shirts COUNTRY SET DARK PLAIDS 73 OFF Cranberry 'shade Skirts, Tops, Vests, Shorts SUMMER DRESSES I PRICED TO CLEAR! $11.95 to $25.95 Values! 6 - $ 8 - Dacron-cotton, arnel jersey in fine clean | assortment. Juniors, misses, half sizes. § fi 4—Susan Thomas Sweater Dresses 1 $35.95 Values ?on Pink, sizes 10 to 16 £»\J 8—Handmacher Summer Suits $29.95 to $39.95 values 72 Price i* Special Purchase Our Best Selling Reversible Raincoats $10.95 Values An outstanding value—Special Purchase in sizes 8 to 18. Beige, green, black. Just 10 Winter CAR COATS ORIGINALLY TO $29.95 $10 SPRING DRESSES p Originally $19.95 to $39.95 '; $10 & $15 **' , Prints, Rayon Shantungs, one-piece and jacket dress. » Junior and misses sizes. ^ Fall & Winter Dresses Originally $22.95 to $49.95 $10 •& $15 Fine wools, some brocades, excellent group. Misses and proportioned sizes. All wool, some with orlon lining. Broken sizes 8 to 16. \ Light Weight Wool COATS | $20 ' ! •> s White, beige and other good colors, Sizes 6 to 16. J. 10 Untrimmed WINTER COATS Originally $49.95 & $59.95 $20 . Broken sizes 3 to 16. Beige, colors. Final Clearance SUMMER HATS Originally to $13.95 Mostly straws, all colors. Beach Shifts & Patio Dresses 198 to $11.98 Values SALES FINAL! HOURS TOMORROW 9 to 5! 72 Price Entire Stock Included.

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