Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 20
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September 5, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

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Section 2 Pages 21-38 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Clarified Sport* Amusements Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Estimated Cost $1,343, 750 Permits Issued for 98 Rural Buildings EDWARDSVILLE - A total o 98 permits authorizing construe tion of buildings estimated to cos $1,343,750 were issued for unin corporated areas in Madison Coun ty during August, as shown by the monthly report of countj building official Charles J. Ers pamer. Erspamer's report, completed Tuesday afternoon, listed permits issued for two church structures the past month. The two edifices, to cost an es timated $208,000, are the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon) on Humbert Road near Beverly Farms north of Alton, and a Lutheran Church on Stratford Lane near Granite City. Total construction covered by the permits issued for August is $244,400 less than under the 110 building permits for unincorporated areas of the county approved during July. Sixty-eight of the building permits issued for August were for residences estimated in value at $1,040,150. Other structures covered by permits and their estimated values were listed as: garages and additions, 22, for $41,100; six business and commercial buildings, $54,500. Total fees for permits issued the past month and other sums collected by the building official's office included $1,879 from all types of construction permits, $490 from zoning use permits, $195 from zoning hearing fees and $3 for erection of a sign, as well as $166.95 from legal notice publication charges and $57.45 from sale of zoning regulation books and maps. Carlinville to Shift Traffic CARLINVILLE—Traffic hazards in the city were discussed at a meeting of the Carlinville City Council Tuesday night and action taken to alleviate the dangers in specific areas. structed to meet with the manager of Tri-City Grocery Co. on North Broad Street to work out a plan to cut down further accidents between cars leaving the The ordinance committee was P arki "S , area ..° f the _establish- instructed to draw up an ordinance prohibiting exiting at the ment and traffic on Rte. 4 on North Broad Street. Suggestions south end of the alley in back!* 61 ? made that entrance only be of the Farmers and Merchants j made °" the south slde of the National Bank. The present south j P arkln S ««a * nd exlt '"g °" North exit leads onto Rte. 108 on Wost IWest ' street 01> J ackson Street ' Main Street | TnLS would eliminate any exit- The street committee was in-' 1 "* on North B /° ad Street where -numerous accidents have recently occurred. No action was taken on a sug /gestion by Alderman Pete Bal jlotti that a sidewalk be bull • from Chiles Street to North Broad which leads past the hous Pythian Sisters Plan Fall Projects WOOD RIVER - Plans made for a white elephant sale| ing pro ject to neighborhood at the Sept. 14 meeting, and a;stores. rummage sale as an early fall! B V verbal agreement the public project, when 'Esther TempleJ lands and building committee is L. ,. ' , , j !'to meet with the local firemen Pythian asters met Wednesday j to draw up specifications for 'n the Odd Fellows Hall. ' new f j re engine. - . : Mrs. Elizabeth Bell and Mrs.! A taxi ordinance was read for Howard Schulte were named co-! the first time - The contents of , . . , , .. the bill covers fares and eligi- chairmen of arrangements for the ,.... __, ... , oc „ ,.„ *.„ bility. Fares will be 35 cents for Sept. 14 social meeting. ^ he flrst rider ^ 15 cen t s for Mrs. Bertha Scribener, a past each additional rider if all are chief, was selected to represent!picked up from the same place; he Temple as a delegate .to the taxi.operators must have a Car, ' . . „ t ,_ linville mailing address and have ,rand Temple session Sept. 13-| resided in the Carlinville area for 14 in the Leland Hotel, Spring-| one year pr i O r to obtaining a ield. 'license. SAVE AT HURWITZ JEWELERS D..,»W, AI,» & £=»<,„* PI™ We Have Packed In More Value ~ai the Price Yea Went to Pay in this SPECIAL DIAMOND EVENT! LOW PRICE GUARANTEE Life-time Trade-In Guarantee We will give you your full purchase price back In trade «... at anytime. We guarantee you cannot buy your diamond (or less anywhere or we will refund the dlffwtnn PLUS 10% of the difference. HUNDREDS MORE IN OUR STORES PAY NO MONEY DOWN! PAY OFF IN WEEKLY TERMS! 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See him in all of the smartest school- bound colors that are definitely ivy-styled fall starters. Sizes 38 to 44 regulars and longs. CORDUROY QUAD 38 to 44 regulars and longs MEN'S UNIVERSITY MODEL BUTTON DOWN OXFORD Sixes 14 to 17 2 YOUNG MEN'S SIDE TIE SCHOOL 'N DRESS SHOES Sizes c, d 099 6'/: to 12 MEN'S STRIPED OXFORD BUTTON DOWN SHIRTS •25 Sixes 14 to 17 3 Smooth leather uppers make this popula side tie a back-to-school favorite! Well constructed with composition, sole, hard composition heel and steel shank. Smart plain toe look! Available in black. The popular look in shirts—fine quality cotton oxford button downs with the tapered fit that always looks neat . . . stays in place! Yarn dyed stripes are machine washable! Cuffs are wanted barrel style. BMne quality cotton Oxford shirts with the tapered fit that always looks neat! Made to Penriey's exacting specifications, every shirt has the "stay-neat" fit you like—plus long wear! Machine washable. White only. CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR VAST ALTON PBNNBY'S Shop 10 a,m. to 9 p.m. MONDAY through SATURDAY ^^^.^^ EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER ytrer"- rjiaijpr Intersection of U.S. Highway 67 and Niagara Avenue 'ft

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