Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 16, 1963 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, September 16, 1963
Page 8
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PAGE ElGMt ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH HIRSCH&CO Downtown Alton Open Mon. and Frl. 'Til 9 p.m. Other Days 0 to 5:00 North Alton Open livery Niphl 'Till 9 — Saturday 'Til 5:30 Alton Plaza Open Mon. & Frl. 'Til 9 — Oilier Days 9 to 5:30 Wllshlre Vlllnuc Open Every Day 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Downtown Wood River Open Friday Nile 'Til 9 Other Days 'Til 5:30 Seamless NYLONS Beautifully sheer seamless hosiery at an amazing low HIRSCH & Co. price! These are from a famed mill and slight irregulars. If perfect they would sell for 1.35 pair! PR. 44' Women's Brief-Style Acetate Tricot PANTIES Absorbent, run proof elastic leg briefs of fine acetate tricot. Elastic waist, double fabric crotch. White only. The easy-care holly wood brief model. Sizes 5-6-7. ,. .00 Pairs Cotton Sheet BLANKETS You'll want several of these blankets at this" price. 100% cotton in assorted light plaids. Size 60"x76". Save tonight! 1.00 3 WAYS TO BUY — Cash*Charge*Lcryaway Receives Star Scout Rank at Levis Campout Sheldon Butt received a Star •ank from Ken Creamer, district Joy Scout executive, at a week- •nd camnout of Boy Scout Troop 2.9, sponsored by the Godfrey r ire Fighters Assn. The campout based on an Indian theme, was at Camp Warren Levis. Scouts at the campout set up Indian tepees. Saturday. Uris Matlock and Charles Carer barbecued a whole hog — a lay-long job — for the occasion. There were 107 parents and guests present for the barbecue and jourt of honor. Fined $10 on Charge Made By His Wife Clarence S. Dussing, 1005 Mc- 3 herson St., was fined $10 and 18 court costs today by Police Magistrate George Roberts after pleading guilty to a charge of assault and battery after his vife signed a complaint against lim. He was arrested Sunday by Madison County sheriff's officers on a state warrant signed by Magistrate Roberts when it was reported that Dussing lived out of city limits. Police said Dussing had locked his wife out of the house. DOES GETTING UP NIGHTS MAKE YOU FEEL OLD After 35, common Kidney or Bladder Irritations often occur and may make you tense and nervous from too frequent passages both day and night. Secondarily, you may lost sleep and suffer from Headaches, Backache and feel old, tired, depressed. In such Irritation, CYSTEX usually brings fast, relaxing comfort by curbing irritating germs In strong, acid urine and by analgetic pain relief. Get CYSTBX at druggists. Feel better fMt Man Charged With Keeping Bawdy House Out on Bond EDWARDSVILLE A 43-year- old man charged with keeping a house of prostitution at the Park Motel on Collinsville Road Friday is at liberty today on $1,000 bond pending a hearing before Police Magistrate William Traband Willard "Nig" Ford, often questioned about alleged prostitution activities was named in a complaint issued by Judge Traband on complaint of Assistant State's Attorney Josephh Bartylak. Bond was set at $500 each for a woman and another man rounded up at the motel Friday night by Madison County sheriff's deputies and a state police officer in an investigation of suspected prostitution along the Collinsville Says Plumber Started Job Without Permit EDWARDSVILLE - City plumbing inspector A. J. • Kunze today charged that a city plumbing contractor failed to obtain a permit for work at a home construction site — a violation of a city plumbing ordinance. Named in the complaint was George E. Gent Sr., 115 Herbert PL, a longtime licensed plumber in the city. Police magistrate William Traband issued the warrant Saturday. Kunze said Gent requested a permit Friday for the work. Kunze said he told Gent to submit a drawing on the job before a permit could be issued. Later the plumbing inspector said he visited the job site and observed that work had been started without a plumbing permit. A warrant was served. The case is set for hearing Tuesday in Police magistrate court. C \J ONOTON HEARING AID CENTER If you can hear but don't understand, Sonofone would like to help you. Whether you wear a hearing aid or not, let us give you a free audiometric hearing analysis in the privacy of our office or your home, LEARN ABOUT OUR NEW HEARING AIDS • Latest All-in-Ear • Smart Eyeglass Models • Midget Behind-Ear Models • 6-Transistor Models for Difficult Losses • Easy Listening with AVC Our new models are the smallest, lightest, most convenient hearing aids possible through Sonotone research. Let us help you enjoy good hearing again. Budget prices, too. THE TRUSTED NAME IN BETTER HEARING FOR 33 YEARS Phone 462-6720 JOHN LEANDER Manager 651 E. Broadway OF ALTON Where your dollars earn DIVIDENDS PER ANNUM Save by the 15th of the Month Earn Dividends from the 1st. Drive-ln Window Plenty Free Parking SAVINGS & LOAN Association ALTON HO 5.4483 oad — "strip" — area. A 31-year-old woman who ident- led herseld to deputies as Peny Scott, an unemployed wait- ess, was charged with prostitu- on after a deputy reported he as'solicited by her ;n an up- tairs bedroom at the motel. Another man, John E. Ford, 48 ho said he was an aunemployod ruck driver was named in riminal complaint charging him ith soliciting for a prostitute ord, a brother of Willard "Nig' Ford admitted two plainclothcs eputies inside the motel Friday ighl, Chief Deputy Sheriff jeorge Ramach reported. Ram- ch led the investigation party long the Collinsville Road before arrests were made. IDC By-Laws Approved at Edwardsville EDWARDSVILLE — The board f directors of the Edwardsville hamber of Commerce has ap roved articles of incorporation nd by-laws of an Industrial De elopment Corporation, Chambei ecretary Albert Pauli reported. The organization will promote nd encourage new industry anc ther enterprises in the Edwards ille area. Articles were studiec y the board of directors after ley were presented to the cham- er group Thursday by Roberl oultas on behalf of the incorpor- tors. Fifteen directors will be elect d at the first meeting of the hareholders. Persons with shares n the corporation are eligible as irectors of the industrial promo- ion organization. The chamber secretary an- ounced today that tickets for he St. Louis Hawks-Detroit Pison basketball game at the Ed- /ardsville Senior High School ept. 25 are available at the hamber of commerce office in Sdwardsville. 10 Edwardsville Area Residents Enter Hospital EDWARDSVILLE — Ten area ! isidents were admitted to St. Jo-! eph's Hospital, Highland, during] past weekend, three patients ere discharged and one birth ecorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph /lenk, 1230 Madison, a son, at :17 p.m. Saturday, weight 7 sounds 5 ounces. The mother is he former Nancy Krieger. Admitted were: William Webb, .329 St. Louis; Frank Levora, 508 rtontclaire; Wilfred Gville, Rte. Mrs. Hedwig Cerny, Rte. 2; Orville Kibikas,, 505 N. Fillmore; Mrs. Stella Merkel, 914 Grand; Mrs. Margaret Straud, 739 Hale; Harold Asselmeier, Rte. 4; Mrs. Dora Michel, 913 Hale; Mrs. Almeda Heck, Rte. 4. Discharged were: Miss Linda Cox, 412 East Schwarz; Mrs. Hd- en Langwisch, 725 Paine; Mrs. Helen Tudor, 1213 Gerber. Jennings Heads Edwardsville Gladiolus Group EDWARDSVILLE — Charles Jenrjings was elected president of the Southwestern Chapter of the Illinois Glodiolus Society, at a meeting of the group Saturday svening at the home of Donald Hornung. Other officers elected were: Richard Goewert, vice president; Henry Huser, secretary; Homei Marti, treasurer; Miss Jennie Sloan, publicity; Charles Owens, •egional representative. Vernon Marti, retiring president, installed the new officers. Business of the evening meeting included the passage of new rules, constitution and by-laws and the announcement of a stat.- society meeting to be held in Bloomington in November. Color slides of 1963 gladiolus shows were shown during the evening. Boy on Bike Hit by Car At East Alton EAST ALTON — A six-year old East Alton boy was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital Saturday a 5:45 p.m. after he was struck by a car while riding his bicycle on Third Street, police reported. Mark Schilling, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Verall Schilling, 827 Am herst, East Alton, was treatec and released for contusions to the back of his head and elbow. Police said that the youngster rode his bicycle in front of a car driven by Glenn Olsen, 17, 829 Amherst, East Alton, on Third Street and was thrown against the left front fender of the car when the vehicle struck him. Two Youths Plead Guilty; Ask Probation EDWARDSVILLE - Two 19 year-old Wood River area youth? applied for probation after plead ing guilty in Circuit Court thif morning to a July 11 burglary o; Happy Auto Parks at Wood Riv i'. Edward Radford of Hartford and Barlow Harris, Wood River entered guilty pleas before Chant Judge Harold R. Clark, who referred the defendants' probation application to Chief Deputy Shei iff George Ramach, as acting pro bat ion officer. Court Probation Officer Raymond Galloway is on vacation. A third defendant in the same case, Ivan Smith, 22, of Highland entered a plea of innocent whei arraigned on the burglary charge before Judge Clark this morning Also arraigned this morning was Raymond B. Winchester, 20, o Alton, who pleaded innocent to an indictment charging burglary las Dec. 1 of Carter Lincoln-Mercurj Sales, Inc., of Alton Wonchester's trial is set for next Monday. William John Siedlecki, 25, o Cottage Hills, indicated his inten tion of entering a guilty plea thi morning to a theft charge, bu Judge Clark continued the casi upon learning the defendant wa ill. The charge stemmed from a July 30 theft of property of an auto supply firm. Other criminal cases on today's jury trial setting were continued temporarily, or until next Mon day, except in cases where boil' forfeitures have been ordered be cause defendants failed to appear. The 1963 earthquake in Skopje, Yugoslavia, destroyed some 30 mosques that still remained in Skopje's Old Quarter. Turks, svho ruled Skopje .from 1389 until 1612, had built them. Injures Foot in Jump Off Haystack Aaron D. Witt, 28, of Godfrey, imploye of Illinois Division of Highways maintenance division, suffered a serious injury to his right foot when he jumped from a haystack Saturday. The accident occurred at the MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1963 Godfrey farm home 6i Ms mother-in-law, Mrs. Caroline Schetter, where he was helping slack bales of hay. M ^M M jmmgjjm MB '41^ ************************ fm • I M M^|F ,u»»»w*»ww******** MODEL DOWN-10 PER MONTH Plenty of FREE PARKING ut/tdatid Open Monday and Friday Niton 'Til 9 HOME FURMSHiRS BROADWAY SAVE WHERE IT COUNTS THE MOST! YES YOU CAN SAVE ON YOUR TOTAL FOOD BILL AT BRUSSELS - Installation of television facilities is going slowly in Cameroon. OPEN MON. THRU SAT. 9:30 A.M.-10 P.M. 222 WEST ST. LOUIS AVENUE In East Alton — At Intersection of Hwy. 159 4U.S.67 CHICKEN BREASTS FRESH AND SO TENDER U.S. GOV'T. INSPECTED ...ALL JUICY WHITE MEAT F-R-E-S-H GROUND BEEF TRESH, EXTRA LLAN GROUND CQC CHUCK -'VH IN THE 3-LB. BUDGET PACKAGE 43 LB. MAYROSE DARTMOUTH FROZEN POLISH SAUSAGE . . * 39° WILLIEVS SAUERKRAUT . . 2 ,£: 25« ELNA '' PORK & BEANS . 2 "&T 19° FAMOUS CRISCO Shortening 3 £ 73° ORANGE JUICE. .4t£'r GAYLORD CUSTOM GROUND COFFEE.,. £ 39° TOP CREST CUT GREEN BEANS *£? 10< APPLE SAUCE MUSSELMAN'S . 2 M &T 31' BABY FOOD GERBER'S f£ Stralnefl Not Meatf 6 Jar, 59° Prices Good Thru Wed., Sept. 18 — Rignt To Limit. Low Prices on Health and Beauty Aids/ SAVE 80o—Beg. 890 - ' LISTERINE , . , . . If SAVE! 80e— Reg. 880 BUFFERIN , . , . SAVE 84c—Reg. 880 VITALIS SAVE 38c—Reg. 11.10 SECRET DEODORANT , 'ST 87o ***> of 60 Med. BU.

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