Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 11, 1963 · Page 14
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September 11, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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Section 2 Pages 15-26 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Classified Sport* Amusements Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1963 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Elephant Tries Out as Fireman If you want an elephant to fight 1 a fire with its built-in hose, you have to keep him hot and thirsty, Godfrey firemen learned this week. As an attention-getter, it was decided to have one of three elephants, now holding forth at Monticello Shopping Center, extinguish a small fire by spraying water with its trunk. He Was Dubious Arumai Singh, the elephant keeper, was dubious, contending the elephants wouldn't take readily to water unless they were hot and thirsty. He added that he'd keep them off water for several hours to induce such cooperation as he could. Monday a Godfrey fire truck was rolled to the shopping center, a can of water was provided and a small newspaper fire was set. The largest of three elephants was stationed a few feet from the fire, the fire truck and the container of water, but the pache- derm didn't take the hint. Wasn't Hot Enough "Anyway, it was a good idea," says Robert Sparlin, a member of the shopping center promotions committee. "An elephant will extinguish a fire, but it has to be baited with something. I've seen these elephants put out a cigarette with a foot, then eat the cigarette. So we thought . . ." Arumai Singh, too, said it was a good idea, but repeated that the elephant has to be hot and thirsty. Junior Girls Name Officers At Carrollton CARROLLTON.—Miss Martha Becker was elected president oi Troop 4 of the Junior Catholic Daughters Friday at the home of Miss Phyllis Schnelten. Other officers elected were Miss Phyllis Schnelten, vice- president; Miss Vicki Sturgeon, secretary; Miss Dottye Hardaway, treasurer; Miss Maria Khlantzos, reporter. Dolls were given to each of the members to dress for sale at the Catholic Daughter and Knights of Columbus public picnic supper to be held in the near future. Entertainment was in charge of Miss Phyllis Schnelten. The next meeting will be on Oct. 4 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hardaway, with Miss Dottye Hardaway as hostess. Jersey Club Women Attend Conference JERSEYVILLE—A delegation from the Jerseyville Business and Professional Woman's Club attended the National Leadership Conference of B&PW Clubs held at the Statler-Hilton Hotel in St. Louis Sept. 6, 7 and 8. Attending from Jerseyville were: Mrs. Edward Rhodes, vice chairman of District 11; Mrs, George Koster, president of the Jerseyville Club; Miss Cora Lofton, world affairs chairman and Mis Irene Connolly, financial chairman. A group from the local club will attend a Federation meeting of the Edwardsville Club Thursday at 6:20 p.m. In the parry from here will be Mrs. Edward Rhodes, Mrs. George Koster, Miss Elizabeth Fleming, Miss Cora Lofton and Miss Irene Connolly. Symphony Wage Pact Approved ST. LOUIS (AP) - The St. Louis Symphony will open its 84th season Oct. 12, as scheduled after union members accepted a two-year wage package Tuesday offered by the St. Louis Symphony Society. Under the terms of the new agreement, the orchestra's 196364 season is being increased from 25 to 27 weeks. The 1964-65 season will be 30 weeks long. Orchestra members will receive a $5 increase this season, and another $5 pay boost for the 1964-65 season. The present base pay is $120 a week. Orchestra Society President Or rin S. Wightman Jr., said he was gratified with the settlement made with Musicians Local 2, AFL-CIO, which represents the orchestra members. WOOD RIVER — Adult education class registration at the East- Alton-Wood River High School and area technical institute will be held on Sept. 16, 17, 19 and 20. Classes will start the week of Sept. 23. 100 YBABS OF MUSICALS NEW YORK ff— A cavalcade of highlights from 100 years of musical comedy is to be the main attraction at the Music Hall of the 1964 World's Fair. Morton Da Costa, whose Broadway directing stints include "Auntie Mame" and "The Music Man," has been signed to create and stage the extravaganza. WON'T COOPERATE As a stunt, Godfrey firemen sought to induce an elephant to extinguish a small fire by spraying water, but the elephant declined to participate. Adult Registration Set at Wood River High On Sept. 16 at 7 p.m., registration will be taken for classes in effective speaking, graphic arts, English communications and technical report writing. Registration on Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. will be for courses in office machines, refresher typing, tailor ing, conversational Spanish, math ematics for electronics, welding metal trades blueprint writing political action and oil and wate color painting. 3rd Shooting Involving Old Club 88 EAST ST. LOUIS, 111. (AP)-Potce found a former St. Clair County nightclub awner shot to death in apparent gangland style n his car Tuesday night in the county. He was identified as Willard Icott, about 47, of Fairview, 111., ormer owner of the old Club 88, which has been closed because of an alleged liquor violation. East St. Louis police found Scott's car in a parking lot with he motor running and parking ights on. They investigated and ound Scott slumped over the iteering wheel. The lot is located just outside Sast St. Louis in Canteen Township. Police said they believe Scott was shot at close range. They said had been shot through the neck and lower right side. Scott earlier said he had begun carrying a gun after receiving threats on his life, police said. The shooting was the third involving a person connected with Club 88 in the past 15 months. Brighton Lodge To Meet Friday BRIGHTON - Brighton Rebek- ahs will meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday at IOOF Hall. A silent auction will be part of a social hour. Wins Scholarship BRIGHTON — Miss Nancy McAfee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McAfee, a 1963 graduate of Southern High School, has been given a Southern Illinois scholarship and activities award. She will enter the school's Alton campus Sept. 25. She will major in sociology. &£&.«. t,.-~ You Are Invited to Our OPEN HOUSE COME SEE OUR NEW LOOK INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. Let us celebrate with you the 25th Anniversary of our move to our present location — THURSDAY Sept. 12 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. FRIDAY Sept 13 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. SATURDAY Sept. 14 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Be Sure To REGISTER FOR FREE ATTENDANCE PRIZES And See Some of the Newest Time-Saving Equipment Demonstrated. I III March of 1933, W. I. (Red) God- 1 win first opened his door for business in the Temple building. By September 1988, your expression of confidence mode it necessary for him to move to larger quarters at 114 East Broadway (our present location). During the summer of 1949, the store underwent extensive remod- ——.——•—-^-^^—1^—^——«—^——» clinic...doubling the floor space. _ . , . . . ,. ... Since then, we have doubled our Serving you is our business, with the finest quality warehouse space (over 4SOO square merchandise available. Many of our suppliers have feet) and improved our facilities to , . . ., ... ., serve you better ... Our Valued been with us more than 25 years , . . names that Customers. guarantee QUALITY! This year, Mr. and Mrs. Saekott, the owners of the property, proved that though they do not reside in Alton, they, too, are community minded. They are having NEW FRONTS installed on all their Alton business property. We have redecorated and improved the inside. Now that the work on our store Is finished (practically) we want and invite you to come In ... see our new look.. .and browse in the most complete stocked Office Supply and Equipment store in Madison County. GODWIN OFFICE SUPPLY, „ Alton's Commercial Stationer 114 EAST BROADWAY ALTON Telephone 465-7756 Most of the following firms have been helping us, .. to serve you,..for over 25 years. They are'among the finest in the industry. Ace Fastener Corp. Staplers Bates Mfg. Co, List Finders, Staplers & Numbering Machines Hamilton Cosco, Inc. Office Chairs & Furn. Eagle Pencil Co. Pencils lor every purpose Baton Paper Corp. Business Papers & Stationery Graham Paper Co. Everything In Paper Wilson Joans Co. Machine Bookkeeping Equip. & Supplies Meilink Steel Safe Co. Safes and Vaults Parker Pen Co. Finest in Writing Instruments Sanford Ink Co. Stamp Pads—Inks— Pastes—Temperas Speed-O-Print Corp. Duplicators, Photo Copiers & Supplies Adams Bros. Salesbook Co. Sales—Order—Invoice Books Printed to Order Boorum & Pease Co. Bookkeeping Forms & Supplies Weber C'ostello Co. Art Supplies—Globes Philip Hano Co., Inc. Autographic Registers & Forms F. H. Lawson Co. Waste Baskets—Sand Urns G. & C. Merrlam & Co. Dictionaries Piokett & Eckel., Inc. Slide Rules — Drawing Supplies Smead Mfg. Co., Inc. Filing Systems & Supplies Victor Business Machines Co. Adding Machines & Printing Calculators Barnard Stamp Co. Rubber Stamps & Seals Corry-Jainegtown Corp. Steel Office Furniture DriinJson Mfg. Co. Supplies for Home & Office B. F. Goodrich Co. Rubber Bands C. Howard Hunt Co. Pencil Sharpeners & Drawing Pens Hand McNully & Co. Maps— Globes & Atlases Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co. Scotch Tapes Remington Rand Visible Card Equipment & Fire Files Smith-Corona Merchant, Inc. Typewriters — Standard, Portable & Klectrlc F. S. Webster Co. Carbons & Ribbons FALL |B ENDURANCE HOUSE PAINT GET THE JOB DONE NOWl ENDURANCE House Paint Reg. $6.98 Reg. $2.05 FREE DELIVERY! Alton. East Alton, Wood River, Cottage HUH. Bunker Hill, Carrollton, Hardln and surrounding areas. PHONE 465-S568 Just $39.20 Docs the Average Home! POURING WOOL INSULATION! Per GALVANIZED and FITTINGS SMOKE PIPE 45 Galvanized Smoke Pipe Ells 5 INCH 26 GA. 390 ELLS r 6 INCH 26 GA. Jgft ELLS 7 INCH 26 GA. ELLS 8 INCH 24 GA. ELLS 9 INCH 24 GA. ELLS 10 INCH 24 GA. ELLS 1.09 1.19 $ 1.49 98 Bag THIS is the finest insulation you can possibly use in your home. Permanently fireproof, vermin proof. Resists moisture, vlnration and age. Retains insulation efficiency through the years! Will not pack down! GALVANIZED SMOKE PIPE 5 INCH 26 GA. 2-FT. LENGTHS 6 INCH 26 GA. 2-FT. LENGTHS 7 INCH 26 GA. 2-FT. LENGTHS 8 INCH 24 GA. 2-FT. LENGTHS 9 INCH 24 GA. 2-FT. LENGTHS 10 INCH 24 GA. 2-FT. LENGTHS _ 890 _ 990 J1.09 J1.49 _ $ 1.69 $ 1.89 90° Galvanized Smoke Pipe Ells __ 790 ~_ 890 __ 980 1.39 5 INCH 26 GA. ELLS 6 INCH 26 GA. ELLS 7 INCH 26 GA. ELLS 8 INCH 26 GA. ELLS 9 INCH 24 GA. ELLS 1SMNCH 24 GA. ELLS $ U9 48 Modern Colors and White! Brushes easily — dries to a touRh, elastic film that resists moisture and weathering. Self cleaning! Made with top quality pigments and oil for maximum durability. Special Fall Prices! | GUTTERING! 1 10 FT. 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Sealed against insects and weather! \Vual her-strippecl! With all hardware. REG. 29.95 $OC98 26 TRIPLE TRACK ALUMINUM COMBINATION STORM WINDOWS Beautifully finished In the finest weather- resistant aluminum! Each window Is custom made to tit! Bring in your measurement!) . . . Take advantage of these special prices ... let us figure your entire job for you! See our Lumber Department! 1 to 4 Windows $4 M 88 S to 9 Windows 1C 13112 10 or More Windows '19" Ea. 500 BELLE ST ALTON'S MOST POPULAR HARDWARE & SUPPLY COMPANY OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9 P,M, PHONE 466*6668

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