Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 29, 1963 · Page 26
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 26

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 29, 1963
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ALTON EVENING Council OK's Purchase Of New Refuse Truck Altott Gity Council Wednesday night flflrtwed purchase of a new refuse truck with ft packer body. j Alderman Clifford Dabbs, ejiairmatt at the ftefuse bispos- al Committee, rettorted to Ihe Council that a low bid of $?,* 881.18 with $750 allowed for a Wade ^ from ttoefert Bros- had been accepted for purchase of a Dodge t)400 truck. The contract calls for delivery within 4S days, he said. Net cok to the City with the trade - in will be $6,801,18 for, the truck Which Is the same as wine other city refuse trucks. His committee met prececding the Council meeting and opened bids for the truck. Other bidder on the truck was Chuck Dieting Ford which offered a bid of $8,216.25 for a Ford C-100 truck with a trade to ol $350. Net cost to the city on this bid would have been $7,866.25. An alternate bid by Hoefert Bros, was $8jB30.86 for a truck with a Pnckmasler body with $750 offered on a trade in. Net cost to the city on this bigger truck would have been $7,780.- Says Moline • \ Is Moving In Sanitation SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-Mayor James Arndt of Moline said today his city is proceeding "with all due haste!''to comply with a Stale Sanitary Board order to stop the discharge of wastes into the Mississippi River. "I think the city Is going over• board? In keeping Its part of the rbargain," Arndt testified nt a , 'heading in Springfield. ;Ajrndt told Clarence Klassen, state^sanitary engineer, the City of Moline *•' hopes' to have under construction by 1966 a new sewage plant on the Mississippi. Arndt and other city officials were requested to, appear before the board to show cause why an order should not be made directing the discontinuance of discharges in the Mississippi. The Sanitary 'Water Board already has 'directed the city to start construction of the plant this year and to have it in operation next year. The city has asked for more tune. , : . If the board decides to overrule the plea of the city for more time, Moline would have 18 months in which to get a sewage plant into operation. The city,'could be fined up to $200 a day* tf'it'iailed to comply with such an order. Tractors Fit Land VERONA, Italy (AP) — The variety of Italian crops and topography demands many kinds of tractors for modern farming. An agriculture fair here displayed tractors built with high thin wheels for rice paddies, with special heavy for contour plowing, and with low-slung frames for driving under rows ol olive trees. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" NELSON DIETSCHY'S MARKET Sanford at Main St. HO 2-0004 Phonos HO 0-0605 Krafts Qt. Jar MIRACLE WHIP Shurflno All Grinds CQ A OOETTEE; Lb. U5JC Ohuso &', Sunborn ... Ib. 60o Shurfino '' 3 Lb. SHORTENING .. Can Charcoal Lighter .. qt. 40o Charcoal Briquets. 10 Ibs. 40o S.F. Peanut Butter 12 oz. 30c P.A. Spaghetti 15 V* oz. 2/29o Derby' Tamales 15 oz, 2/40o Qornod Beof 12 oz. can 50o Butter Beans and Ham Sauce 24 oz. can 45o IIIO 40 oz. Grape O or Orange Drink V for Pineapple & A 46 o^ Orango Drink A cans Paper Plates 100 In pkg. 80o B.Q. Plates plfg. 40b Wylors' Lomonude ... S/20p Kool-Ai<l 6 pkgs. 25o Wax Paper 2 100 ft. rolls 53o lioynolds ..... 76 ft. roll 70o Elmaale Catsup • 8/880 S.F. Pork & Beaiia 4 cans 40o nillnot ,,.... 8 tall cans BOo Elindale Or, Beans .. 8/2Po S.F. Kidney Beans 9 300 25p [VJblot Com ,. 2 19 oz. 30o Snarorlhs Ib. 48o Alello Bacon »•• 2 Ibs. TDo Boiled Hum Ib. OOo Beef Bih SHeak, ,,.. Ib, 880 "V * Ib. 8 - 5»° ....... Ib. 4Po ourinot Bouelew :AM3, \\l\o\o t Ilalvos ,... Ib. Siloed no, IP. ol m ..... Doi. Softool A APPLES ...... !f Iba. 5 TO 4 Lb. Avg. BUTT PORTION Large 6 to 7 Lb. Avg. SHANK PORTION 14 TO 20 LB. WHOLE HAMS - 55 C Wafe> Slkod ionod Roiled Horn, Va-Lb., Butts Judgment Stayed for Appeal ATLANTA <AI>) •* A dge stayed esecutioti of a $3.06 nMHien libel judgment Ibr WAlly Bafts today pending hiolldns fof a flew 1 tHfll arid a Judgment lot Ctfrlis t*ubllsWffg Co. U.S. District Judge Lewis ft Mdfgafi Issued the stay and In his order Indicated the publishing flttn Would fife its motion by Friday. Attorneys fot Curtis had Hot in- dicated earlier what legal route they would pursue after a federal Court jury awarded Butts the Ver- diet because of a Saturday fcven- ing Post article whlcft charged him With fixing a tottball game. One of the motion^ will ask a flew trial and the other will seek a judgment from Morgan for Curtis. The $3.06 million Judgment for Butts was the second largest ever awarded ifl a Hfoel action. Butts, forrffer athletic director at Georgia, was charged by the Post with feeding information oh hi§ team to Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant of Alabama last fall, the Post said' Butts and Bryant rigged the 19612 game which bantd wots — Butts had Sued fof asking $5 million general and $5 mllHoti ffUrtitive daltifl™, The jury set general damages It $60,000 and frtftftive darftftgie* « $3 million,. a record for that typl of judgment. A&P STORES CLOSED MONDAY, SEPT. 2nd TO GIVE A*P EMPLOYEES AN OPPORTUNITY TO OBSERVE THE LABOR DAY HOLIDAYI NO WATER ADDED ... These hams are fully cooked and ready to serv«. Some hams being featured have had liquids added which allows up to 20% shrinkage when fully cooked, Naturally, these hams can be sold for less, but at A&P you do not pay for this excess liquid. There is less shrinkage in these, fully cooked hams you buy at A&P. SHANK HALF $ HAM SLICES *NO CENTER SLICES REMOVED FROM HALF HAMS Chuck Steaks Hen Turkeys Boneless Ham Canned Hams "Super-Right" CENTER CUTS 8 to 12 Ib. Avg. GRADE "A" Max German'Quick Ib. • Carve 8 to 10-lb. avg. Pear Shaped Otoll-Ib. Avg. Fancy Fresh 11 49c Chicken Breasts • 49c Fresh Chicken Legs 99" Chicken Wings 79* Swift's -ar Bacon Fresh and Never Frozen * 55* -45* -29* s 59* Cold Cuts Minced Ham Fish Sticks Fickle & Pimento, Dutch or OHve Loaf, "Super-Right" Ib. Head Cheese, Braunschwolger & Spiced Luncheon Meat R> Gap'n. John's NEW BIG SIZE 59° 59* 49* Flavor-Kist COOKIE SALE Mix or Match Oatmeal Cookies llOi. Pkg. Sugar Cookies 11 Oz. Pkg. Lemon Custard Sandwich 13V2-.Oz.-Plg. Chocolate Chip Cookies 7Oz. Pkg. Ocean Perch Fillets »35* Cantaloupe JUMBO 36 Size Serve topped with Marvel Ice Cream (featured at only 59c this week) Miracle Whip t 49 Saltines 19 Each nets KINGSFORD CHARCOAL *** Red Ripe 16-18-Ib, Avg, Watermelons Potatoes "«< 20 >- 99 Head Lettuce »,'.*• 19* Bartlett Pears T±? * 19* Honeydew Melons.'-JB? - 59* Fresh Egg Plants - 10* California Peaches 2 - 39* Large Cucumbers -10* iiiill^^ Purple Prune Plums - 19' New Green Cabbage 2-15' Red Radishes c "" 2 - 15' Charcoal Starter s=? MAYONNAISE STYLE POTATO SALAD y?s Read's Bar-B-Q Sauce Heifitz »--^ Mustard Corned Beef 3 - 16-oz. Tint 69 e of 60 10' 25 C sr Pert Paper Napkins Paper Plates ^ 100 Paper Cups KSSLT - 29* Cane Sugar a 68* •a T Potatoes Marvel, Reg. 73c Ice Cream QUICK FROZEN A&P Orange Juice 2 Ctn. 12-ox. Tim Morton COCONUT CUSTARD let MEAT or TUNA POT PIES Pies 4;; I .- S 1 QO Pink Lemonade 5 & $ 1°° Waffles Frocen Fab Detergent ffsctly* Thru A«iw»t &P'i Sujuiyfleld Quick Frozen vIO* Cling Peaches Facial Tissue Iwia Sliced Angel Soft White or A$$ortwl Colors

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