Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 5
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 29, 1963
Page 5
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AUGUST 29, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Fire ttttfiwges tl of I til. (AP) _. A fire, apparently t-nust'tl by lightning, bUrneri Ihc upper nl'tlc nnd CHUSet! smoked nnd water lo an Independent house for girls at the University of Illinois. The bui Id ing which hiirhed Wednosdny, Is willed Indeco. !t Is situated four blocks from I ho main cnmpiis. Chnmpnlgii flro depart- menl officials, who determined (he cause, hnd ho estimate of dnmnge, Wnht Ads "CLICK" ••til • •IN Paymeft Troubles? -CONSOLIDATE If you ara unable to pay your payments, debts, or bills when due, arrange payment! you tan afford regard* test of haw much or how many you owe, One place to pay, No cosigners or security needed! ALTON BUDGET PLAN SOD rtlDGlQ Oolidcil nnd Licensed llO 6-2011 Martial Law To Be Li/ted In Viet Nam SAIGON, Vlel Nam (APl~The inllllary governor of Saigon said today martial law will be lifted as soon as thci'c Is evidence that the Buddhist crisis Is over—and that Ibis would demand cooperation of the foreign press. Brig. Cine. Ton that Dinh did not elaborate, but Implied be wanted un end to news slorles critical of the regime of President Ngo Dinh Diem. Dinh, In command of Saigon since Aug. 20 when martial law was imposed, also released fig- ures on the number of persons arrested in the government's crackdown on Buddhists, Who had dem- onstrnled for months against Diem, a Roman Catholic. He told newsmen 82ii monks, nuns, novice nuns and Buddhist followers wore arrested in raids on Saigon's pagodas by troops and police Aug. 20-21. But he said he believed 300 to 400 monks and nuns were released shortly after nnd others would be freed soon. Diiili said 1.380 students and other Buddhist followers were arrested as they gathered for another anil-Diem demonstration last week in Saigon. However, Dinh denied reports that former Foreign Minister Vu Van Mail, who resigned lust week In protest against the government crackdown, was arrested Monday. Son*s Injuries EmVARUSVIU/R - A $75.000 Inwsult wns filed Inte Wednesday in Circuit Court over injuries incurred by mi 11-yenr-old Eclwarrts- vllle boy when struek by an automobile In Ihe 1/100 block of North Mnin SI root here Aug. 14. The suit was filed on behalf, of Telegraph Wont Ads "CLICK" NOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK-MOW. THURS.-FRI. 9 to 9 First to Sears... then to School SEARS HOKHUCK AND CO Campus Father Seeks for Randall Russell by his father, Lay- Ion ftussell of 105 E. "3" St., Edwardsville. Named defendants were Richard A. llouaen ot Edwardsville, as driver of the automobile involved, and Samuel C. Davis as owner of the machine. The Russell boy's condition has been reported improved at St. Luke's In St. Louis, 'where he was moved for surgery Aug. 15 for a serious skull frac- lurc. In lite complaint for damages filed Inte Wednesday in Circuit Fined for tntoxirrttioit Lonnie Dean MeGiffen of Rte. 1, Dow, was fined S15 In Alton police magistrate court this morning on a charge of intoxication, following bis firrest Tuesday at the corner of Main and Krum streets. Court il wns alleged the Russell boy was attempting to cross Main Street in the MOO block when he was struck by Ihe automobile op- crated by Housen. 2 Cars Collide AI Stoplight Intersection Two cars collided at the inter- i section of Main Street nnd Brond- iwny al 7:3(j a.m. today, Alton police reported, : Jolin Denphy, 47, of 605 Mechanic St., told police he was driving easl on Broadway through t h c intersection when the light turn Mrs. John T. Johns, *W4 dak Drive, told AHofi t»1lce WM- nesday that vandals had broken a picture window In ft house ahe Is building at 34l3 Oakwofld Avc- nue sometime after Tuesday evening. ,_______._. ed yellow. Oscar Cook, 62, of 68 Cottage Ave., Cottage Hills, trav« cling north, on Main, said his light turned green and ho pulled Into the intersection when the two cats i collided. NOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK-MON. THURS.-FRI. 9 to 9 ROEBUCK AND GO Washes 12-Pound Load! Sears Kenmore Automatic Washers Regular 229 95 Save 40 95 SALE Teen's Flats Regular 4.99, Save 1.00 CHARGE Your Shoes on Sears Revolving 4 DAYS ONLY a. Italian style, new brass wax brown or black leather uppers. Composition soles with stacked heels. Sizes 4lv> to 10. b. Kiltie trimmed smooth black leather uppers; also soft brushed split leather in black, honey or gray. Composition soles and heels. Sizes 5 to 10. c. Hand laced "snake stitched" vamps. Crushed leather uppers in black or otter brown. Composition soles. Sizes 4>/2 to 10. • 5-wash-rinse temperatures • Built-in lint filter is easy to clean • Powerful six-vane Duralite agitator! Sears Does Not Establish Artificial **Iast»» Prices to allow so-called "discount" or lt trade-m" prices. Sears original prices are low prices. No Trade-in Required NO MONEY DOWN on Sears Easy Payment F^ an UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY Ask Sears salesman how you may have up to three full years to pay for Sears Home Appliances. EXPERT SERVICE is as near as your phone anywhere for reasonable life ; parts readily available expectancy of appliance. Ask about extended service protection for pennies •• Prices Include Delivery and Normal Installation All Fabric Automatic Gas Dryers • Normal, Delicate and Wash 'n Wear cycles plus "Air" cycle • 5 heat settings; lint filter • 10-lb. family-size capacity • Has acrylic-enameled cabinet 149.95 Kenmore OA • f^ JlJ-m. bas Ranges 119 Full size gas range has jumbo 25-in. oven with removable rack supports. Easy-to- clean porcelained finish, 60-mlnute timer. Big pull-out broiler. 299.95 Coldspot 13.8 cu. ft. Freezer- Refrigerator $ 259 Refrigerator defrosts automatically— no fuss! Loaded with features . . . includes jumbo porcelained crisper, 16-egg rack, butter chest, lift-out freezer basket and flush-hinge magnetic doors! Guaranteed 5 Years Free service umU part upon return If uiiy port proves defective within I year of sale. Wo'will replace defective parts for an additional i years charging only for labor. Save Citotion Hugged» Dependable, Built to Lost f f , Guaranteed Kve Years Sleek, trim and terrific . . . it ihas the same typing feel as an office machine, Adjust the touch to fit yowr stroke, Over pize roller knobs, 1,2 and 3.line spacing, pag^end guide are refinements for het» tw typing. See it a»d try it at Sears, Sears Regular *89,95 Plus Tax 199 95 Silvertone 23 In. Console TV 23-in. overall diagonal screen, 282- sq. in. viewing area. New bonded picture tube cuts reflections, cleans easily*—no glass to remove. Up- front FM sound. Mahogany finished hardboard cabinet, 179.95 Silvertone 23-in. Console TV Sets 177 NO MONEY DOWN ' Cl? ATJC (*U/JUA. AiVt*/ ;- A WON iWUe HO Sr Qjjen MOIL, Tluirs, iwuj Fri, Til 0 P,W, 157 23-lnuh TV ( overall diagonal measure), 282-sq. in. viewing area. Hnndsom^ mahogany-finish Imrdboard cabinetry. New bonded picture tube cuts glare, cleans without removing glass. feeff^re"fr \&JfS^ siWw wliff^f^hfltf'fff jtjf TU&ns'&t^'^f ^HF ww » ^•P 8ati0faoUou Guar«nteed or Your Money Back ALTON, ILL, 'ljOJjo JIO 5-5511 STOUK IIOUHS Man,, TUurp,, Fri- 0 to 0 Other Days 8 to 5 \ ,r

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