Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 30
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September 12, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 30

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PAGE THIRTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1963 Wood River Township Sewer Discussion Meeting Sept. 18 WOOD RIVER — A public meeting to discuss pros and cons ol thr proposed Wood River Township sanitary sewer district pro ject will be held Sept. IS, at 8:15 p.m., Aaron Martin, a sanitary district trustee, said today. A general election will be held Sept. 28 on a $2,335,000 revenue bond issue for the proposed con Struct ion of (lie sewer system in the sanitary district which includes Rosewood Heights, Cottage Hills and Forest Homes. The district's hoard of trustees could have issued the revenue bonds by ordinance, but 537 residents of the district petitioned for a general election. The petition look precedence over the board's right to issue the bonds by ordinance. Martin said he hoped that all interested parties as well as objectors would attend the meeting. Most of the petitioners were residents of Rosewood Heights. The $960,000 general obligation bond issue lost in Rosewood Heights by a vote of 635 to 563, but carried generally. The proposed sewer will cost $3,300,000 and will include a treatment plant, and sanitary, interceptor and lateral sewers, lift stations and force mains where sewage must be pumped. Nursery School WOOD RIVER — Classes at the Cooperative Nursery School will start Monday with regular class sessions to be held in the educational department of St. John's United Church of Christ E. and R. Mrs. George. Paynic, is director. The school mother's club will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in the social rooms of the church. Break-In Foiled At East Alton EAST ALTON—A burglar's bid to break into the Thrifty Drug Store in the Wilshire Shopping Center early this morning was foiled when the store's burglar alarm went off. The rear door showed signs of being pried, police said. Cub Outing EAST ALTON — Boys of den 6 of Cub Pack 13 and their families were entertained at a picnic and outing in the Kahokia Mound: Park Tuesday as a summer activity project. Mrs. Glenn Saxton, den mother, was in charge of ar rangements. Returns to College EAST ALTON — Bill Mortland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mortland, 821 Amherst, left for the University of Missouri Sunday where he will be a junior in the engineering school. Russia i& buying old cars. Alaskan temperatures are up Sewer Project Creates School Parking Problem BETHALTO. — Installation of sewer lines near Civic Memorial High School is presenting a traffic and parking problem for Friday night's football game with Wood River Oilers at 8 p.m. Forest Kohlburn, principal of Civic Memorial, has urged students and parents to arrive early to help alleviate the traffic problems. Second Street, in front of the school, has been torn up for installation of the sewer lines and is not open to traffic or parking. Kohlburn said patrons of the game will have to use the side streets as well as the school parking lot, instead of the street .n front of the school. Kohlburn said persons driving :o the game should be prepared :o make a change in the usual raffic and parking procedures. Announces Netv Procedure for FHA Inspections SPRINGFIELD (Special) — Roy E. Yung, director of the Federal Housing Administration for the downstate area (83 counties), announced in Springfield today that effective Monday, his office will start a new flexible procedure for making compliance inspections on homes being built with FHA insured financing. A four - months test of the new system is 10 FHA field offices has proved that it provides more efficient, thorough inspections and enables builders to follow their construction schedules without incurring delays which sometimes occurred under the old inspection system. Basically, the unscheduled inspection procedure works in this fashion: The builder makes no formal request for inspections at various stages as previously required. Instead, he notifies the local FHA office of the approach of (1) completion of foundation excavation, (2) completion of framing with electrical andn plumbing work installed, and (3) completion of the house. FHA inspectors will make unannounced compliance inspections at approximately these stages. If an inspection reveals the need for corrective action, construction generally can continue while the correction is being made. Corrective action requiring reinspection may not be concealed until approved by the Fall Events Scheduled at Jiveland WOOD RIVER. — Fall events scheduled by the Jiveland Teen Club were announced by John Urban, club president. Orchestra dances are scheduled for Sept. 20 and Sept. 27, Oct. 4 and Oct. 18, and Nov. 8. Hay- rides will be held Oct. 2 and Oct. 19. A hootenanny hop, leap year dance and Christmas events were also discussed at the meeting. A special meeting will be held Sept. 17, and the club's board of directors will meet the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Plan Play Day for Brownie Scouts WOOD RIVER — Play Day for Brownie Troops of Neighborhoods 3 and 4 of District 1, River Bluffs Girl Scout Council, will be held at the Kendall Hill Park Saturday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m., Mrs. Glenn Saxton, co-chairman reports. Registration for the event will be held at 9:30 a.m. at the park. Songs, games, and nature hikes will be included in the activities. The girls are asked to bring their own sack lunch for the noon meal. Mrs. Robert McBrien is chairman of general arrangements. 6 From Edwardsville Admitted to Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Six area residents were admitted Wednesday to St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland, and two patients were discharged. Admitted were: Mrs. Minna Bratten, 243 S. Main; Wilbur Schmidt, 327 "M" St.: Mrs. Mary Ernst, Rte. 4; Miss Linda Cox, 412 East Schwarz; Mrs. Helen Tudor, 1213 Gerber; Mrs. Elsie Breitbarth, 522 "M" St. Discharged were: Mrs. Anna Dankenbring, Rte. 5; Mrs. Bernice Winte, 515 Bollman. FHA inspector, but work not directly affected may continue. FEAST YOUR EYES! ON THESE BARGAINS From the WILD GOOSE! SHOTGUN SHELLS . $199 Box of 25 1 S lar BROOM 59c S lar IRONING BOARD $2.99 Regular $10.95 1" INCH ELECTRIC $C97 DRILL — SPECIAL , 6 Wood River Athletic Tickets on Sale WOOD RIVER — A hook of tickets for all athletic activities at Wood River High School are now on sale at the school, ac- •ording to Nels Havens, super- ntrndent of the school. Only high school students may •nirchasp the books, which sell 'or $1.75 each and coVers the 1963-64 school year. Lawyers to Meet Next Wednesday At East Alton A seminar slated at East Alton next Wednesday will give lawyers information on the newest Illinois legislation. Thf session is the first of its type in Madison County and will lie attended heavily, probably. A similar seminar earlier in Chicago attracted more than 3,000 attorneys. Real estate, probate and trust laws enacted by the 73rd Gen oral Assembly will be discussed. The meeting will be in the Lewis & Clark Motor Lodge. Dick H. Mudge Jr., president of the Madison County Bar Assn. and state's attorney of Madison County, will preside at the East Alton session. Mudge said that the seminar is an important serv- ice to lawyers of the community because H reviews legislation shortly after enactment of t h e new laws and considerably before the revised statutes are published and become available to practicing attorneys. Of particular interest to lawyers attending the seminar will be a discussion of the extensive changes in the state's court procedures brought about by the amendments to the Judicial Article. There were a large number of new laws enacted by the legislature at its 1963 session to implement these changes. Staff members of Chicago Title and Trust Co. wilt discuss changes in Illinois laws pertaining to real estate, probate and trust subject. Navy Moves Island LONDON — Britain's Royal Navy is negotiating for the first landlocked base which would be used for helicopter training. Join Grain Union The National Labor Relations Board held an election at Carrollton Farmer's Elevator Co. Wednesday at which the employes of the company voted to unite with the American Federation of Grain Millers. It will be affiliated with Local 81 of the Peavey Co. in Alton, according to Robert Schleeper, president of Local 81. /TpplJTSauce 2'{£• 29' • a —- PORK LOIN ROAST "Super-Right" Pork Loin Roust at • special low price. A value that "just can't be beat." Be sure to get one today and m why so many say—for meat values ... just can't beat that A&P. HALF or WHOLE 49 c 1st Cut RIB CHOPS Lb. 38 c FRESH DRESSED, 4Vi »o 5 LB. AVG. 1st Cut LOIN PORTION Lb. 49 c CENTER CUT CHOPS Lb. Stewing Chickens LB. "SUPER-RIGHT" BONELESS Smoked Butts Sliced Bacon 2 * 99c Strip Steak •« » I 67 39' 69 ,S]99 ARMOUR STAR BAR-B-CUE c Back Ribs Frozen Halibut Steaks * $2 W » • •39* COLD CUTS Pickle & Pimento Loaf, Head Cheese, Dutch Loaf, Olive Loaf, Spiced Luncheon Meat, Minced Ham, and Braunschweiger. "Super-Right" SLICED all at one low low A&P price 59 DELICIOUS FANCY FRESH ITALIAN 4 * 39' R licms 2 NO. 1 WASHED CALIFORNIA, JUMBO 36 Serve topped with ^g) • Marvel Ice Cream Cantaloupe HERE'S A BACK-TO-SCHOOL BARGAIN! - COMPARE! 16" Size ZIPPER BAG $1.68 18" Size ZIPPER BAG $1.97 Regular $4.95 Regular $8.88 e Notebook Filler Paper 300 Sheets 49c 500 Sheets Big Stock of Famous Name Ball Point Pens At Reduced Prices! BOX OF 64 CRAYOLAS , 66 Elec. Corn Popper $2.96 Steam & Pry Iron $6.44 Elec. Hand Mixer $7.84 BBS" 8y 4 " Power Saw $15.95 150 250 FEET OF bin 1OO HIV/I !*•« ELECTRIC WIRE We Cannot cut Rolls! COME OUT THIS SUNDAY - WE'RE OPEN ALL DAY NEW "AC" SPARK PLUGS E 59 C WILD GOOSE BARGAIN CENTER Goiivttiiiently Located Just 3 Miles Kast of Bethulto PLENTY OF PARKING DIAL 377-9022 EXTRA FANCY Serve topped with ^•| ••tfl Mushroom Sauce Cauliflower FIRM 24 SIZE, ICEBERG FOR SALADS Head Lettuce Green Peppers Golden Corn *££' 5 29 C Golden Yams Each head Each head COUPON FREE! FREE! 5 POUNDS DOMINO X SUGAR WITH THIS COUPON AND $10.00 OR MORE IN PURCHASES EXCLUDING TOBACCO PRODUCTS. COUPON EXPIRES SATURDAY NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 14, 1963. Special Low Price la. Serve with PORK MEADOW GOLD Ice Cream SAVE 20c REG. 89c CcLibby T ?^r 3 fc 1fle Morton Meat Dinners Morton Creme Pies 3 Spears Tim 14-oa. 14-4M. $100 39' $|00 39' SPECIAL SALE Sunnyfield Flour SAVE 8c REG. 47c ANN PAGE WHITE OR YELLOW Cake Mixes SPICE OR DEVIL'S FOOD IONA CREAM STYLE Golden Corn NO LIMIT NO COUPON FANCY GOLDEN Niblets VHOLE 1 A!*!! [ERNEL Wl || r r%»v^*«Ti^^^^i^ • Chili or Tamales PARAMOUNT WISCONSIN SHARP TT i^wi^wn »••••»•« Cheddar Cheese JANE PARKER JAPIB r«i*i\*i» Large Apple Pie REG. 75c SAVE lOe REG. 49c JANE PARKER LARGE RING JAN6 fAKmtK I.AKUE Rir^w ^^ Angel Food Cake Salad Dressing All Prices Effective Thru September 14th ADAMS MILK QAL, ADAMS 2% QAL, 44" 3 STORES TO SERVE YOU I 411 Plata, Alton • Washington Square, Alton • 20 W. Edwardsville Road, Wood River

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