Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 6
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August 29, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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RLCtfttX , AUGUST ^ 1963 Sgfilterk Released From Hospital „ PALL &ALL, teftfl. (AP)^-Sgt. Altffl York, 75, Medttl of Wortd \Var t, returned frbtti a hospital to his m b u M t a 1 ft home near here Wednesday Wight. "It's good to get this good old mountain air and mountain water," he said. ttoctors said York would be "just <».s well at hofne." Bedridden for nine years afld near death several times in the past yonr, York was admitted to the hospital the last time on July S for treatment of bedsores and Inter suffered a urinary tract in- fection. "He doesn't seem to care much anymore," Mrs. York said. "He just lies there and doesn't talk too much. He used to talk R lot." Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" PENNEY'S ALWAYS FI«ST OUAi-iTY Act oss horn Lewis £ C/ctf/t todge— Easl Alton LIMITED QUANTITIES AT RIDICULOUS PRICES!! Women's Sleeveless Dark |PLAID DRESSES . . 2.001. f. W Women's Zip Front * SWEAT SHIRTS Women's .White Duck CULOTTES 19 Women's Snnback DRESSES . 19 Women's Summer BLOUSES . . Women's Gay Print SHIFT DRESSES 1.99 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.99 FINAL CLEARANCE Entire slock of men's SWIMWEAR Boys' calf length pants Men's white duck pants .-' All one low price!! i'< Entire Stock Men's 'WALK SHORTS . | Men's Short Sleeve I SPORT SHIRTS . 1 30 Men's Summer SPORT COATS.. 3 Maternity Tops, 5 only MATERNITY SETS . . 3.00 '-i 10 Dacron Polyester 'n Cotton i MEN'S SUITS . ^ Men's Tropical Weight SUITS . . Girls' popular length JAMAICA SHORTS SUNHER SLACKS 99 In dark, plaids and solids, now at fantastic savings only l Girls' Summer & Solid Color, Cotton Chenille 'BEDSPREADS DRESSES Girls' Sleeveless BLOUSES Assorted Sizes and Colors ZIPPERS . . A A ^ Famous Brand 99c lTHREAD . . for Solids, Stripes, Plaids GIRLS'SHORTS 20 Pairs of Pedal Pushers and GIRLS' SLACKS 17 Only! Girls' JAMAICA SETS POCKET RADIO -,' PA ^ 36 " Unbleached 50c lMUSLIN ... . . . 6.66 White! 48x84 I 13 Only! Infants' SUN SUITS . .... 50c I 36 Only! Infants' DIAPER SETS . 28 Only! Infants 2-PIECE SETS , Solid colors! GIRLS' SHORTS 50e 1.99 25c yds. . . L prs ' & w*»«wr« i ;\ i aN&»' WOMEN'S SHOES REDUCED! • 10 pairs closeout flats • 17 pairs white and sandals • Women's white or bone heels! 6 Only! Final Clearance Teachers Stage a 'Get Acquainted 9 Breakfast The Roxana Teachers Assn. of Roxana Community Unit School District held the.ir sixth annual new teachers "Get Acquainted" | ly. breakfast in the high school crtf-' oterla this morning. Thirty - three new teachers to the district were introduced In addition to members of the Board of Education. of the association and other officers. Each new teacher spoke brief- Cm*, Moloi'(*ye1c In Corner- Collision An automobile and motorcycle Chuck Lambrick of the UTA| collided at the comer of Watalce was master of ceremonies. He land Spaulding avenues Wednes- introduced Jack Ellis, Dr. W. V. Roberson and H. Dale Johnson of the board. Four board members were tumble to attend. Also Introduced were Mrs. Jewell Doles, RTA president, who gave an address of welcome. Miss Doris Deticker, .vice president day. Alton police reported. Edward B. Riley, 4.1, of 2907 Wntalee Ave., told police be was traveling West on Watalee and was almost across the intersection when his car was struck in the left rear by a motorcycle traveling south on Spaulding driven by Alderman Promotes Playground EDWARDSVILLK - Letters were mailed to organizations nnd clubs Wednesday by Third Ward Alderman Orvllir West to gain support for development of the Springer Woods Area into a piny ground-recreational area. The IG-ncrc tract, northeast of Edwardsvllle, was dedicated to the city by Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Springer in 1913. The wooded area, described as a "good site" for a playground and 1'ccrenlloii area Raymond L. Patterson, Sr., 20, of 3025 Fernwobtl AVe, Is generally undeveloped. In his letter to lot-ni or- ganl/atlofis, West encouraged the groups'to nsslst In providing playground equipment, pirnfc table*, games, fireplaces and rest rotmis. Markers Identifying the organizations that donate equipment will he placed on their projects, West said. The city street department will clear undergrowth from the proposed site nnd Install walkways, West snld. Interested citizens or organism- tlolis Who desire to contribute to development of the site may contact West or any member of the city council. Xnw Taxes Dun PtlNOM PENH-Cambodia Is planning special taxes to help cut her trade deficit. NAIROBI — Kenyri Is asking Britain to remove all of her mill tary bases from the opuntfy, At Worn! Rvet* WOOD RtVEtt —i ftofi«f#-§Af*. gusa of 118 First St., Mnttfotd, resorted to police n( 4:30 a.m. today llmt his car liad heen sblert, Snrngtisn suld he parked his tfnr at 8t7 1-toliottlrt, .Wood ttlvef, afld when he returned If was goMe. Wlltlnffl Ka^lor, M2 Eighfit St., Wood River, reported to police that someone had stolen groceries from his car which was parked In the Eastwood x pat-king lot i: W<!d- nesdaj) evening. I. , i . Mlnpt' Crash .^ WOOD niVfiit - A minor col- liBlon'- occurred In Ihd tntlttidpftl parking-lot, AVcdnesday at 3sDS p.m. when a car driven 1^* Opal Cox, Roxana, backed Into a fiarkod automobile owned by firvln Thelh, of Ninth and Halloraii tWerttie, Wood River, police said. Mnor damage wfls rep&Hfed to bo%cara. ALL OLEAR MEDICATED LIRQTICK 323 Belle Sr. 508 W. Dclmar Alton Plata Wllshirc Village Washington Square S5 si««3 10c 3 ,10«l spools] ^0| & 5"x7" &BL W A H C , KTE • a color treat • a beauty treatment • conditions as it colors • 5 new Fall fashion shades • Silver and gold-tone jewelers cases shaped so a wardrobe of shades fits in your purse. _ •_ i\%**\**\»t*»*****»****M Enlargements! 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Come In —choose the colqr and style Paper Mate pen you like best—get an extra refill tree I 96! 12 INK CARTRIDGES With Purchase of SI Value Wearever Cartridge Pen; Total 1.98 Value 24" BARBECUE GRILL 4.54 SUMMER CLEARANCE Stereo LongPlay CHILDREN'S SHOES ^ RECORDS • • K A !$ Printed Plastic, 50x50 or 70 77c White dress pattina • Summer Sandals now at ridiculous savings,. 1 C A * nntea rmstic, ouxou or <u 50 !TABLE CLOTHS . . . 99c men's Better Boys' Shorts and ,MULTI-VITAMIN S STRAW HATS 1.88JSWIMWEAR . 50c I 6 Boys' Summer SPORT COATS One Group Men's BETTER SUITS I Junior Boys' . . 3.88 SHORT PANTS . . . 25c 4 Boys'Bettor . 29.88 SUITS .5. JHAROE THE»E VALUES AT YOUR EAST ALTON PENNEY'S Shop 1O »,m,te 9 p,m, MONDAY through SATURDAY. EASTQATC PLAZA SHOPPING C6NTBR lht§r§§etion of U, S, Highway §7 Niagara Avtnu§ Faulty processing, lack of proper controls and other causes can "rob" vitamins of from 20% to over 90% of their potency! 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The Parker Jotter writes up to five times longer than ordinary ballpoint!, Buy it for yourself — or a gift. CHOICE OF4 ! POINT SIZES Extra Fine, fine, Medium, Broad «|» PARKER vMrtfr e/ I/if World's Most Wanted RUBBING ALCOHOL Not a liquid ~!t^ Rexall's new Gel forrn o'f'rubblng _alcohol •- easier to apply—no 1 waste,,no spill, no mess. In unbreakable :,Plastic bottle. WBBIHB AtCOHOl JtoHMUlU, •'SUsy'*".*^ 8 ox. 69 '"IFIfltlfe ANALGESIC Smooth THRLjpn sore, t^nse (Tujscle^ for fast, soothing relief, THRU'? pain-killing Ingredients actually 19 ,^r«tbe skip, •^ i^eep dovyh where myself pin begint, to ease A COMPLETE SCRATCHING TREATMENT IN ONI 9 Q£ AEROSOL CAN

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