Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 22, 1963 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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THttKSOAf» AtKfUW 22, ALTON EVENING f License 'IELD, 111, - secre- 61 State ChaHes F. Cat-penile* today announced the TJrlVets L^etise Division erf his office lias rescinded \th'e suspension of the llceme.ctf t#ftmfi E. Sllnknrd, 1.38 fielithUo. Atiiton >a j s taken following receipt of information ft-om the Altqft Oily Court shmviii^ ihe case tof the dffenie of driving on lite wrong side of roadway In t h e -jjbi- j_-.f >.--- " --"- ----- ....... •- ••• . . Court of Justice 6l Wife Pete! I Ueorge Sefry of Alton Is rtbW dh u Pi/en I. Therefore, pending disposition, Slfnkard's record does hot prJs- enlly show reports of conviction for three or more moving traffic violations wilhin one year. SYDNlfiV-A TV skit about the Queen has been banned from Australian networks after one trial showing 'here IflBt month. Belgium reports an Increase in department stores. Hospital Notes Sti shift... It's a jumper... plus its own color- matched blouse JUNIOR PETITE SIZES 5 to 11 ie important nevy layered look ... .wear/ft •s » sleeveless shift, or pair it with its own |)lou$V, . • smprt roiund-Uie-clbpk fashion, •asy-care Pacrqn* polyester and cotton plin in dark fall shades . . . shaped ' styfe with' check kick pleats and CPttpn Bermuda-collared blouse . , .1 itraight shift style with turtle-neck cotton ijslf*hjQUS0 in dark stained-glass print. . . WHV » Wt i«H 'for «ih only I. HT UPMRT HAU w» W'NQON •TIL 8 PM AJr.«»ndWon»d for yayr tapping tgmtert iy ji*iii_(I!M7.). JMtt V Mrs. Lucille Angelo, 613 Geofge. Henry Holllday, 105 MissouH. Michael Brtnvn, 1631 Market. Fred Sclmfer, Rte. 2, E, Alton. Donald Smith, 818 Logan. Thomas Schmidt, Rte. 1, Bethalto J. Fred Maurcr, 241 AH)or. strticmiAL Madge, 1214 Coppinger. Hubert AlleH, Jerseyvlllc. Terry Anderson, fcdwnrdsvllle. .tettfey Tlte, 521 Washington, tSast Alton. Mark Co\vnti, 1118 Alby. Mrs. Kalhleew Maggarl, 800 E. 4th Mrs. .lenii Morion, 24 N. Circle, East Alton. Mrs. Elba Hickerson, 3 Mickerson Mrs. Theresa Rands, Bethalto. Mrs. Betty Lucker, Betholto. Fred Sauls, 140 Lakeside, East AHonJ Mrs. Lovle Krause, JerseyvUle. dlchellc Delaurenti, Edwardsvilla DISMISSALS VIIss Jeanne Allred, 709 Park. VNss Deldre Brown, 33 Sullivan •lulh J. Brown, 1.01.4 Belle. Mrs. Mary Clayton, Betlialto. Mrs. Chat'lene Croquart, 426 VVaslilnglon. Dan Davis, 1207 Cooper. Junior Faulstltch, Edwardsville. Mrs. Delores Flanders, Wood River. Douglas Fleshmaii, 259 Madison. 3enn)s Grunbaugh, Edwardsville Robert Updike, Rt. 4, JerseyvUle Mrs. Margie Vlnyard, Wood River Jack Whltthigton, Rt. 1, B6tlialto Mrs.iBlllle VVomack, 3124 Lawn. Miss Joan Keenan, Rte. 1, Alton. Richard Martin, 1001 Vincent. Allon Memorial MEDICAL Mrs. Hal He Lynch, Wood River. Daniel Heitzman, Dow. Joseph Henson, 606 Emerald. Miss Jean Borko, 525 Ridge. SURGICAL Earnest Little, Godfrey. Jesse Johnson, 232 W. 13th. Mrs. v Esther Spurgeon, 280c Grandvlew. Mrs. Betty Zitzman, 345 Dooley, John Goetz, Collinsville. Mrs. Betty Sternes, Cottage Hills Richard Hughes, Godfrey.' Mrs. Bertha Morlland, Batch town Joe Woodson, 29 Missouri. DISMISSALS Mrs. Mary DeSherlia, Grafton. Glenn Bentley, East Alton. Richard Fielder, Vandalia. Cledis Walker, East Alton. Mrs. . Mary Blodgett, 3104 Ed wards. Charles .Clark, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Virginia Wahl, Cottage Hills Mrs. Gladys Whltehead, 290 Buena Vista. William Walker, Roxana. Mrs. Edith Lawrence, Godfrey. Mrs. Evelyn Jones, Wood Rivet Mrs. Deloris Goth, Bunker Hit Samuel .Dorsey, Wood River. Dolores Roach, East Alton. Simon Pomatlo, Glllespie. Mrs. Sharon Carmean, 1205 Cei tral,Y'-v Harold Zirkelbach, 905 Rixon. Mrs. Dorothy Matrcock, Wood ttlver. Mi's, tlielma Walters, Cottage Hills. Herbert Kiiighl, Godfrey. Mrs. Aim* Marshall, 2619 Sidney Mrs. Eva Powell, Jerseyvllle. William Wnflous, East Alton. Bobby J. Miller Jr., Hartford. Kevin L. Phillips, .165 Jennings. George Forsting, Hartford. Jersey Community MfctJlCAL Mrs. Carl Orangenberg, Kamps- vlllc. Mrs. Cyrus Bunting, Des Moines. Carl Short, Cottage Hills. Mrs. Laura Gunterman, Ficldon. Idward LaMarsh, Cottage Hills.'Mrs. Charles Huschfeld, Hamburg Grade Registration at Wood River Aug. 27-28 WOOD RIVER — New pupils^mituition. Examination blanks are requested to enroll in the c ' an hp obtained from the schools. Wood River - Hartford Elementary Schools of DlSt. 15 Aug. 27 or 28. All schools will open at 9 a.m. Aug. 30. Lockers and books will | be assigned and supply lists and Calvin Marshall, Bethalto. St. Anthony's MKiJtCAL John McNece, 2739 Sanford. Mrs. Mildred Oeiben, 273-1 Sanford. Austin Wright, Hartford. Mrs. Ida Steiiihelmer, 26M Ben- StJHOlCAl, Mrs. Carl Berry, Kane. DISMISSALS Richard Herder, Jcrseyvllle. Mrs. l,co Drocge, Golden Eagle. Mrs, Jo.sc))h Welsh, JerseyvUle. Mrs. James Thurston, Jerseyvtllc ATHENS—A strong market for lh order to register, new pupils, | should have a report card or g ' I transcript from the last school .[Insurance forms handed out on bow. Mrs. Ethel Harmon. Edwardsville Mrs. Frances Lavlck, 1619 Joest- Ing, Mrs. Louise Slubblefleld, Brighton DISMISSALS Mrs. Catherine Fallon, Fairmount Loyd Patterson, South Ro.xana. Mrs. Monnic Complon, Edwardsville. : George Crawford, 2212 Central. Mrs. Georgia McCrady, 2710 Amelia, tractors is reported In Greece. they attended and evidence of a physical and denial examination at the kindergarten or first grade levels and the fifth grade on up. All pupils entering kindergarten or fifth grade must have evidence of a physical and dental ex- until Sept. ,'i. The cafeteria will tiol he open LONDON A British nightclub has bet 1 !) restrained from Opm Occupancy Wins Approval in Chicago CHICAGO (AP) — A proposed open occupancy ordinance 1ms hern approved by n Cily Counei committee \v h o s c chnlrmnn claims it will, if passed, rnd 98 per cenl of hinisiiiR discrimination It ChlCHRO. 'flip proposed ordinance was scheduled for presentation lodaj hefore the full council. All mem bcrs of (he Judiciary Committee billing I h e i r chorus line as voted support for the measure. mostly turmci parly girls. government • Chairman Claude W. B. l-lol I man, a Negro, one of three met who drafted the dieted that 88 «ef tent «i discrimination would end U ffoposn.1 becomes Inw. Under the ofdlrtftticc, 8 'State broker could lose Ms M« oensc if the Huftinn ttclntlorw Commission flnd« IHnt he HA* dl«- crimlnalcd in the sfllc or rental of housing. The city may nliio flic the finding of the commission against a broker with the StAle Department of ReRislr«lton find Education, which licenses reftl estate brokers. offiriais are invosligntitig the recent wave of thefts of emergency curs. axes from Russia plans n new pipeline. Voo<l Kivcr Township MEDICAL rs. Pearl Crosnoe, 310 Smilli, liast Alton. ins Thelma Juhlln, 29 Acton. SURGICAL anies Jones, Rt. 1, Edwardsville Irs. Jo Ella Sparks, 532 First. ,obert J. Schoelen, Hartford. DISMISSALS Irs. Nina Taylor, East Alton. ianna Mercer, East Alton, tanley Harvatich, 457 State Aid. tarold Kruse, 252 Penning, August Special/' NEW GAS FURNACE & CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING 5 to 6 rooms with new duct installed complete, wired and plumbed with new controls. Call Now: HO 5-7706 Only $1 ;oo S&H HEATING 1279 W. 9Hi Sf; B.E Goodrich 440 E. BROADWAY SUMMER CLEARANCE Hot Weather Specials HO 5-7754 8,00x14 Black Nylon LM 7.10x15 Black TubelessSIL 6.70x15 White TubelessSIL 7.50x14 White Nylon HT 8.00x14 White Nylon HT 7,50x14 White Nylon LM 8.00x14 White Nylon LM 6.70x15 White Tube Type 7,10x15 White Tubeless 220 1 -1 _B 16 *mF'n~* 4 20 "••"m" >• * "WTO* ,50x14 Black Nylon LM ,60x15 Black Tubeless SIL AM-FM Radio Transistor Clock Radio 13 Cu, Ft, Freezer 17 Cu, Ft, Freezer 23" Motorola Automatic TV Used 21" TV Set 19" Portable TV 30" Gas Range Aluminum Ladders 5-Ft, Wading Pool 8-Ft, Wading Pool Swing Sets Barbioui drill 22" Power Mowers 22" Deluxe Tiller Men's Auto Travel Bag Electric Skillet Car Wish Brushes Alr-0o9led Seat Pad* 19" Reel Power Newer West Bend Coffeemaker WAS Slightly Blemished Slightly Blemished Slightly Blemished Slightly Blemished Slightly Blemished Slightly Dlenilshcd Slightly Blemished Slightly Blemished Slightly Blemished Slightly Blemished Slightly Blemished 39.95 69.95 Special Special 349.95 cioseoiit Snoolul 29,95 9,88 14.95 14,95 54,95 179,95 3.79 Special Special Speclul SpeclHl 109,95 NOW 14,95 16,95 21,95 19.95 19,95 21,95 23,95 17,95 19,95 14,95 15,95 29,95 37,88 168,88 229,95 249,95 39,95 118,95 119,95 19,95 6,79 10,95 14,88 11,49 47,95 1,19 15,95 MANY OTHER BARGAINS TO CHOOSE FROM * Qtf AW< TUUW DISCOUNT DRUG STORES — Stivs Two Ways— Low Prices Plus Top Value Stamps WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER 649 BERKSHIRE BLVD. RAY WAHLBRINK MANAGER - R.Ph. Dial 254-8668 REGULAR (59c CHARCOAL 10-lb. Bag 1C REGULAR 69c GLEEM OR CREST TOOTHPASTE REGULAR $1.19 1C Unill Kltflil Kcgurvcfl stumps not given with tobacco Items ! PRICES GOOD 1'HRU SUNDAY, AUG. 25 YOUR PRESCRIPTION WILL BE FILLED EXACTLY AS THE DOCTOR ORDERED U Is our policy to provide our customers with professional prescription service at the lowest possible cost. There Is a registered pharmacist on duty at all limus. Make our store your ((rug store! INSECT BOMB REGULAR !)8c ANTISEPTIC REGULAR $1.19 Ray Wahlbrink, R.Ph. SHAMPOO Family Size POPULAR "Nifty" 500 Sheets EVERYDAY DRUG NEEDS REGULAR 40c Saccharine Tabs, 1000's '/4-Grain POPULAR TAMPAX 40's $«f 09 REGULAR $1.25 ALLEREST 24's REGULAR $1.50 SEA & SKI Oil-less Tanning Oil REGULAR $1.00 MEXSANA Skin Cream REGULAR 70c JERGENS, Lotion lastic Bottle' REGULAR $1.50 Safeguard Spray-On Bandage REGULAR 08e GAMIGIDE With Sprayer REGULAR 39e Glycerin Suppositories Adult/Infant REGULAR $1.50 Medi-Quik Spray $4 19 Discount Priced COSMETICS FILLER PAPER 1C REGULAR $1.2,1 Funtastlck ^% ^%. Hazel Bishop ,, 89 REGULAR $1.00 ^% ^^ t BRECKSET . 69 REGULAR $2.111 Home Permanent with Milk-wave LILT FREE! FILM FOR LIFE! FREE! WHEN WE DEVELOP AND PRINT YOUR EXPOSED ROLL OF 8 PRINTS OR MORE BLACK & WHITE 120—620—127 Bring your next roll of Black & White 120, 127, 820 Roll Film to Gasen's for developing and printing ol H prints or more and we will give you your next roll FREE! . . . Take advantage of this sensational Onsen Offer and gel "FREE FILM FOR LIFE!" ' . , Offer Limited to Rolls with 8 Prints or More! REGULAR $1.39 WHITE RAIN Shampoo Special REGULAR $1.50 TENDER TOUGH REGULAR $1.00 RINSEAWAY REGULAR 90c LANOLIN PLUS Hair Spray REGULAR $1.00 Lanolin Plus Liquid REGULAR $2.50 FACTOR Freshener $4 50 REGULAR $1.50 REGULAR $1.29 REAL KILL Giant Bug Bomb Discounted to only _ BHB8BB9BB Regular 83c Family Size PEPSODENT TOOTHPASTE Now Only c 'c VO-5 Hair Setting Lotion SMOKERS SPECIALS! BOX CIGARS 6c KING EDWARD -- JOHN RUSKIN B°o? r *2.4S 100ARCO $4.17 LOWEST PRICES ON V 2 LB. & 1 LB. PIPE TOBACCOS CIGARETTES Reg. — King, Filters Carton Regular 75c SECRET Roll-on Deodorant ••••••••••••••I KEG. 59c KLEIN'S 1-LB. Nonpareils Olto<:. Stars or Breakup Clioc. While They Last CHOICE "Sfi FASTEETHI FASTEETH r neg. $1,13" .89 ACCURATl • FAST • ECONOMICAL • SIMPU TO OPERATE t FOOL-PROOF, 8 out of 10 cas«s art faulty tubes. Test your tubes on America'! fine»t-U-Test-M. Buy brand nam» 1ube» '.RCA. GE. Svlvania, «te.) 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