Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 19, 1972 · Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

Alton, Illinois
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Saturday, August 19, 1972
Page 9
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Alton Evening Telegraph Yonr car Saturday, Augusl 19, 1;)72 A-l) Wide Spread Savings Always At Venture FABRICS... <t 1 Q Q Re 9-$2.88 100% worsted wool and wool blends. Suitable selection of tweeds, plaids, solidsl 44 Reg. $5.44 yd. Tartan plaid double knits of Dacron© polyester. 58/60" wide. Machine washable for the smart set. Reg. $3.77 Perm press polyester and acrylics. 58/60" wide. Plaids & solids for fashionables. $022"**"* ^J yd. Washable wool blend plaids and solid coordinates. 54" wide. Easy-cars fashion fabrics. /I •aaui la&iil iiluii) 07 fl. $1.29 Dan River plaid parade In 'perm press polyester and cotton! 44/55" wide. Assorted colprs. 44 R»g. $1.88 A clan of polyester and acrylic palds. Machine washable. 58/60" wide. Colorful cholcel BED SPREADS. ST. MARY'S RIB CORD BED SPREAD Our Reg. to $8.37 Twin, Full, Bunk sizes. Colorfast! Pre-shrunk! Washable & ^wrinkle-free! Cotton/rayon blend beauty in fashion hues. .,..„,. m ;?>"> •<88&. x>";£. .„.. •/.""?;, twin size QUILTED PATCHWORK Our Reg. $9.77 Brightly-colored patterns in machine washable cotton/polyester blend. Finished with a flourish of ruffles. Our reg. $10.67 Full $9.77 Our reg. $5.66 matching drapes$4.77 twin size STAR ATTRACTION! Our Reg. $7.97 White stars salute a red and blue background on machine washable perm press. Our Reg. $8.47 full $7.97 Our reg. $6.47 matching drapes$5.97 k. »- »** I A PRICES GOODTHROUGH AUGUST23RD Venture e *fort for QU4LITJ' . . . a jr^ort for VALUE • ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI ... South Kingshighway & Cristy Boulevard •OVERLAND. MISSOURI .. . Page & Innerbelt (725) • KIRKWOOD, MISSOURI . . . South Lindbergh & Big Bend • NORTH COUNTY . . . Dunn Road (1-270) 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 Hoses are tricky By Eugene Wilinoe When overheating problems erupt, radiator hosing is usually one of the last con- si derations, as far as troubleshooting goes. Of course, if there's coolant leakage due to a loose connection or a dried - out. cracked line, it's fairly easy to detect. But hose trouble isn't always this obvious. Very often hoses start rotting inside, gradually block coolant circulation and bring on overheating headaches that may be difficult to overcome if pieces of hosing eventually plug up engine or radiator passages. There's also another possibility to be considered. If the bottom radiator hose grows soft or deteriorates within, it will tend to collapse at road speeds. Naturally, this will cut off coolant flow ami quickly bring on overheating. Rest insurance is to have all hose and connections double- chocked every spring and fall. Q — F would also like to contribute some helpful advice to all motorists. Always use care when adding brake fluid. I splashed a few drops on the fender of my maroon sedan and now, it's permanently stained. — .1. M. A. — pas stations use a dropclolh to prevent this. Q — Can the shock absorbers be adjusted? — .1. W. A — Not those on your car, if they are original equipment. It is possible with some replacement shocks, however. Q — I took my car in for a front • end alignment but was told that the job couldn't be done properly uness I got new tires. Can you verify or refute this? - H. S. A — If tires have different, type treads, are unevenly worn or cannot maintain equal inflation, a perfect alignment job just isn't possible. Only while limited quantities. last! MARK OF EXCELLENCE GREAT VALUES IN QUALITY FRIGIDAIRE Frigidaire! Jet Ac'mn 1-18 Washer. 5 cvclfs let v(m tailor the wnshins action Flex- iblo rriTiuuily I piece to IS pnu u!s—without tachrni'iiis .lei Cii Sprav Sy,lern (or I tor Perm in C/iiv Autuni Soal< rvrlc CI.OSK-OtlT Now •nt Open Mon. & Fri. Till 9 p.m. * Convenient Terms * Open Mon. & V'r'. Till 9 p.m. 550 E. Broadway Across from Germania 465-7722 ID J DISCOUNT, STORE ' SUNDAY ONLY Open Sunday 12 Noon to 5P.M. JUPITERUKi SUNDAY ONLY INSTANT NESTEA PON 63c JUPITER IHI ON SUNDAY ONLY PEPSI QUARTS . . . 4 for s 1 I JUPITER! SUNDAY ONLY RAIN BARREL ... * for 26 Oz. — Reg. S&c — No Limit . 2,o,'I 11 JUPITER! Pepsodent Life Line SUNDAY ONLY TOOTHBRUSHES . . 4 f or$ 1 SUNDAY ONLY CIGARETTES ALL BRANDS .. $3,00 Per Carton CG Kniti*. Regular, and IDO's Limit ONt pi'i' COupon, Om 1 Coupon I*LT CusioimT Piuat»;ii COUPON LAWN CHAIRS Sl'NDAY OM V 1 ii!.i Cliiince — Onlj 30 LeN Ri'B. l>3 S3 — l-lrsl ( n.iu' llrsl SITM-I! ^i.'nvi'MiYi'li'.'tMM WH/LE QUANTITIES LAST I

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