Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 22, 1963 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 22, 1963
Page 13
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PAGE ni United Air Urns 'Operations to Normd After Strike (AP) «. tJtiiled Air- linen said Us opernllom Were back to trortnttl lodfly after ft led- eml court order nhd ft'titilori directive averted ft threatened shutdown. . Shortly After midnight, me^ chanles attd other striking t»r- sotthel bf United Were hftck nt work ftt idlewtld Airport In New York, where the ^nlkoiit over a refueling operation .had begun. Walkouts alsd;began at most tith- er major United terminals.. Some members of the Irtterna- MEN'S :V-: ! i-r--;' ' • • STURDY WORK SHOES Leather upper*, long wear* Itig composition sola*, Sixes 6 to 12. $/• 88 Reg, 6.00 ,.., *fr WESUKlftN-••". SHOE STORES 80<i-0(l E. Broadway tloftol AssoeloUori of Machinists, employed In United malnlefianee crews, had walked off their jobs Wednesday at several major air termidals across the country. The scries of walkouts started Tuesday night when mechanics and service ramh men "pulled out on their own", according to a union official, in protest of Unit- fid's hiring of a private firm to refuel two jets equipped with a fueling intake serviced from under, the wings instead of from the cockpit. United, at an emergency hear Ing in U.S. District Court In Oil cago, was granted a restraining order, The airline said its operations Would be shutdown unless the walkout was halted, The UM In Washington said it had directed Its members to report for work. Some were slow In doing so, and union president Al Hayes said this may have been because local members thought a strike had been called because of rejection of a contract tha earlier this month had been ten ANNUAL INVENTORY SALE ••$ DRASTICALLY REDUCED PRICES Permit Issued For f merit At Carpenter fi»WARt3SyiLtfi .- BftVid M. gftB, 19 S. Second St., Wood ttiv- er, today obtained a county liq- wof license tof operation of (he fowtl Club tavern at Carpenter beginning Sept. L The license Was Issued off aw- thorizatton 6f County Liquor Conv mlssloner Harold Landolt Logon accompanied his npplica tion with payment of $100, the prorated four - month portion of the annual $300 license fee, Logan is taking over operation of the tavern from Louis Franke, a relative of his wife, members of the cotin tyiboard's liquor license committee explained after screening the application today. PAINTS Discontinued colors & lines, unclaimed mixed colors, ol;c. AS: ij. Oullon OoMlion Hluo Hllibon LADDERS 25% " ,.';. ' ' ' "" ' Off OUT ON FAMOUS Trewax Products Were NOW Gold Label Self Polishing— Qt. 1.49 Auto Polish Auto Cleaner Floor Cleaner Qt. 1.35 Gal. 4.35 Cleaning and Polishing—Qt. 1.85 .25 1.95 1.25 .25 .95 .25 .25 .85 50°/c OFF—All 0 Wallpaper In Stock : 100 patterns at 29c per single roll Trims Borders were 39c NOW Klc Also These Items Wore NOW Screen Painters .40 .19 Dragon Skin & Holder .75 .35 Dragon Skin Only .25 .TO 5" Spackling Knife 2.10 1.00 Handy Knife .85 .25 Whiting, 1 Ib. .24 .10 Pumice Stone 1 Lb. .26 .10 Rotten Stone Mb. .40 .18 Wheat Paste 1 Ib. .31 .15 2 Ibs. .56 .28 5 Ib's. 1.35 .68 Sponges .15 .05 [MANY OTHER ITEMS THESHERWIN-WiLUAMS CO. 202 STATE STREET Downtown Alton HO 2-0123 • Ask Abou!, Our,Freu Delivery BEST IN PAINTS • BEST IN COLORS • BEST IN SERVICE tatlvely agreed upon. In court, the airline argued the strike'was illegal since the Na tlonal Mediation Board, held juris diction of relations between thi company and union. The board entered contract negotiations in March to replace -a contract tha expired in June 1962. An airline attorney noted tha the union had not said whethe its membership had ratified tin proposed agreement. Later in Washington, however the union announced that IA1V employes of United had rejcctei the tentative agreement by i 5,7UO-2,068 vote. A union spokesman said th next move is up to.the board: II could call for further negotiations, or—should the union set a strike date,.. which it could—the board could recommend study by a special presidential board. This would bring a 60-day. cooling-off period. A United spokesman had said that while the contract dispute formed the legal basis'for the restraining order, the'dispute was not the cause of the walkout. The 1AM represents some 13,000 of .Unitdd's 33,000,employes. Spokesmen for United said that 'over-all operations remained near normal, except for some delays. Nine out of 66 Idlewild flights were canceled, as were five from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Neither the "airline nor the union would estimate the number of IAM employes involved in the walkout. A United spokesman, however, said that near-normal ! service maintained indicated the i number was not great. United carries about 42,800 passengers daily on a fleet of 260 planes 'operating on 1,400 flights between 116 cities, a company official said. ALTON'S LARGEST DIAMOND AND / WATCH DISCOUNTERS NO MONEY DOWN g DIAMOND SETgL $75.uo value SgJr'ggji si.oo $QO°° ^ ™^ Weekly JO 6 DIAMONDS $100,00 Value , $1.29 Weekly 3 DIAMONDS $160.00 Value $2.00 Weekly 99 00 foh' DIAMONDS $188,00 Value $2.50 .$ Weekly 8 DIAMONDS i $225.00 Value 10 Veorl Jo" P»V I $3.25 $ I CC Weekly I DO 30-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARAHJEE This is your assurance of your best diamond value anywhere. If you can find a better value of equal quality for less within 30 days we will cheerfully refund your money. OO i 9 DIAMONDS $265.00 Vlllue $4.00 $ Weekly IZ Dlumomlx $475,OQ Value Open an Account ?389°° MAN'S DIAMOND RING , Compare at $150,00 $2.09 i.Wi* We Refuse To Be Undersold JET JSP JST i' > W T MHM ••I I BACK-TO-SCHOOL VITAMIN DISCOUNTS! IT'S SMART TO BUY VITAMINS AT REESE DRUG STORES Reg. $ S.S9 — Save 25% O la-Be r on 12 DRUGSTORES Oalqrecn </lqenaj S)rttq Stc?re EastgMs Montioello 70 Ferguson 402 St. Louis 17 N. State Plaza -Plaza Ave. & Smith Ave. Street 'vTrVMiNS i! ton cmtnn«M- jiiii n«n*oi MCI East Alton CL 4-8711 Wood River CL 4-4214 East Alton CL -MJ22 .Icrseyvlllc PItonc .112 REG. s 1.00 SELLER Mexsana Medicated Skin Cream PINT Health! - Pool Sanitizer Keeps Outdoor Pools Clean And Safe Reg, $2.89 - Save 25% JR. AYTINAL Vitamins/Minerals * Provides vital elements that aid in $4)17 growth! f Kids 3-12, TOO « Olafsen; helps build rich < blood and helps build appetites, sturdy growth, 100 Variation: None R«ai* Drug Phmmncltli n*vtr vary a pr«- ." •erlpllon In rh« tllghfiit dtgrtt tram th< • ; wrilltn Initructtent of your Doctor. H* h«lp« * your Doctor htlp you by compounding your *" preicrlpllert txaclly . . . uilrlg froth, pe- l«nt drugi of rtcognlut) quality and purity. DRUGS WITH A REPUTATION Prescription Specialists POLAROID COLOR FILM.. RELY on REESES for Quality Drugs REGULAR 29c CITRATE OF MAGNESIA REESE LOW PRICE, only REG. 59c MUSEUM PRINTS Q T:.%C Framed "^'P 5 n- i Pictures Cotton Swabs Flexible Safety Stick Box 90 . JtoxzeiB! End Constipation Worries! SERUTAN 149 LAXATIVE AID 7-ounc. I AU vegetable granule!; contain no h«wh roughage, no irritating otli or calt». -— 39c Skin Cream no EXTRA - STRENGTH io/» p °" ""- M — 6yc ^?— 49c Prints of The Works of the Masters Suffering from Hay Fever Misery? He/ps Check Sneezing and Sniffles. . Nasal Spray A o c Antihistamintc-Antibtotic shtinlw »woUen membr«ne* for easier breathing, %-ez, iia ALLEREST Brings fast relief... lasts for hours. 24s ECONOMIZE ON SCHOOL SUPPLIES! 500 SHEETS FILLER PAPER ZIPPER GYM BAGS Plain or Plaid $498 from NIFTY" Magnetic NOTEBOOKS STURDY CONSTRUCTION Carbon Paper Stuart Hall or Nifty C 300 SHEETS FILLER Thf blflfleil p*n birg«lni going iff It in big l«H Pipir M«ti f[«i Fill, Comi In *-sh99i« thi color «nd ilylt Piptr M»t» Mn you UM t>Ml~v*t *n tiltt rtllll trff I Thermos Lunch Kit PLUS THERMOS BOTTLE Both only .... 8 GLASS BEVERAGE SET Beautifully designed and blown glassware. Tumbler or Old Fashion Size. SET OF EIGHT $1 89 SEE REESE'S COMPLETE NEW LINE OF BEVERAGE GLASSES REESE DRUG STORES KBCdB UKUto »IUKB» Wn B , «M Back-To-School Headquarters i We.."..*..,.. PLAYTEX ^^ BHi ^H^ WF BBBI ™Wr 39 Non-ilip grip, cotton flock .M i s CHICK Stainless LONG USTING fll/DES Sltinkts Schick Double Edge Blades Long l«*t»ng Plutl Manx ihftvet p« bltdet of S *M

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