Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 19, 1972 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, August 19, 1972
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Write Venture at the top of your shopping list if you're looking for top values for tots. Chalk up savings on top to bottom togs for young fashionables. LITTLE RUN-ABOUT FUN-ABOUTS KNIT-AWAY POLOS $277 Sale Machine washable 'and no-iron layered, heather and rib knit styles. Crafty colors in solid and two tones! Sizes 4-14. BRUSH UP ON JEANS Our Reg. $4.97 7-14 $397 m The jean scene favorite... brushed cotton corduroy with a flare! Band waist; 2 handy pockets. Wow colors! Plum, royal, wine. Our reg, $3,97-3-6x JEANS... $2.97 THE KNIT CAPE CAPER Our Reg. $6.97 7-14 $497 A steal at this low price! Confidential styles... you've got to see them to believe them! Machine washable turbo acrylic knits. Our Reg. $4.97 -. 3-6x $3.97 You Can Say "Charge It" FOR BACK TO SCHOOL TEAM UP WITH THE SPORTIVE DRESS' LOOK Our Reg. ft^"^Q"T $7.97 to $8.97 \*Bfl^*7 / GIRLS 7-14 SHEER PANTY HOSE One size fits all! Chalk up savings! HOSTESS GOWNS SIZES 7-14 67 Quilted skirt. Chalk up savings! Sizes 7 -14 Our reg. $5.97 to $7.97--Sizes 3-6X . . . $5.97 Super styles that do a double take . . . sporty culotte covered up with dress effects. Machine washable woven plaids and bonded knits in fall into Fall colors. FLANNEL SLEEPWEAR 97 Cotton PJ's& gowns. Sizes 4-14. Chalk up savings! NYLON STRETCH BODY SUITS 67 Long sleeve. 7-14. Chalk up savings! vent o (for* for QUALITY . . a stort for VALUE •ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI .. . South Kingshighway & Cristy Boulevard • OVERLAND, MISSOURI .. . Page & Innerbelt (725) • KIRKWOOD, MISSOURI . .. South Lindbergh & Big Bend • NORTH COUNTY ... Dunn Road (I-270) at West Florissant • FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, ILLINOIS .. . U.S. Highway 50 & III. Highway 159 • ALTON, ILLINOIS ... Beltline Highway at Washington Open Daily 9:30 AM -10:00 PM . . . Saturday 9:00 AM • 10:00 PM Sundays in Fairview Heights and Alton Noon to 6:00 PM Alton Evening Telegraph Saturday, August 19, 1972 A-7 Egypt blasts Russia By Associated Press A leading Egyptian political analyst accused the Soviet Union today of violating the 1 5 - y e a r friendship trenty between their countries, while Syria reportedly moved to put an end to anliRussian activities in its army. Ishan Abdel Kuddous, editor of Cairo's 'mass-circulation Akhbar Elyoum, said the Russians broke the treaty by not providing Egypt with the necessary weapons for "eliminating traces of Israeli aggression." He said the Soviets did not live up to this commitment nor to other important clauses contained in the treaty. He particularly mentioned a provision pertaining 'o military cooperation, which he interpreted as committing the Russians to supply Egypt with sufficietn arms to regain Israeli occupied Sinai. Abdel Kuddous said the Soviets failed to observe another provision in the treaty by not consulting with Egypt on the outcome of their May summit, with President Nixon. "Cairo viewed this summit as a threat to peace for Egypt because it put the two super powers on one side," he said. He was referring to a provision which said, "In case a situation arises which in the view of the signatories con- statutes a threat or violation of peace, they will immediately contact each other to coordinate their position in order to eliminate the threat and restore peace." Jacoby on bridge By OSWALD & JAMES JACOBY NORTH (D) 19 AAK52 VQJ 4A862 + K75 WEST EAST AJ986 AQ103 ¥972 V65 • 105 4QJ974 4Q942 #J108 SOUTH 474 VAK10843 • K3 #A63 Both vulnerable West North East South 1N.T. Pass 3* Pass 4V Pass 6V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V 2 South was an expert playing duplicate with a beginner for a partner. Hence, South wasted little time on scientific bidding and quickly set the contract at six hearts after his partner opened with one no-trump. Our expert didn't like what he saw when dummy hit the table. Not that there was anything wrong with the six-heart contract, but rather that there were 12 top tricks at either no-trump or hearts and that the field was going to be in the no-trump slam. It was up to our expert to find a way to make seven hearts and after a little study he saw a way to score the extra trick provided one opponent held the long spade and the other the long diamond. He drew trumps, discarding a club from dummy and noted East's diamond discard. Three rounds of diamonds came next (the third being ruffed) and when West discarded a club, business was looking up. Next came ace-king of spades . and a spade ruff and now our expert decided to impress his partner. Spreading his hand he announced, "Seven on a squeeze if West holds the jack of spades." Then he led his last trump. West had to discard another club to hold the spade jack and dummy's last spade was discarded next. East was now in trouble and had to throw a club to keep the high diamond and South had his overtrick and good score. His small 'club had become a winner. The bidding has been: West North East South 1¥ Dble Pass 2V Dble Pass Pass 3 + Pass 3V Pass ? You, South, hold: V8743 V2 4AK962+762 What do you do now? A—Bid three spades. Tour partner will know that you hold only four spades. He won't know how weak they are, but you can't have everything. TODAYS QUESTION Your partner raises you to four spades. What do you do now? Answer Monday (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) AUGUST 21, 22, 23 ANY 3 GARMENTS 2 PC. Suits count as one garment. FREE BOX STORAGE ONE HOUR SERVICE AT BOTH LOCATIONS UNTIL 3 P.M. Open Mon. - Sut. 7 :SO - 6 p.m. MONTICELLO PLAZA

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