Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 23, 1972 · Page 15
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August 23, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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6-4 Alton Evening Telegraph Wr-tliipsdny, August 23, 1072 Tale in 2 languages Mrs. Alexandria Rinaldi leaches third grade class at Frank Jirka, Jr., School on Chicago's West Side. School features program which enables a child by completion of his fifth year to read, write and speak both English and Spanish. Only a few years ago a Spanish-speaking child enrolle«l in Chicago schools worked with a handicap which gave him only one chance in three of earing a high school diploma. (AP Wirephoto) Soviets have less goods to choose from WASHINGTON (AP) — The average Soviet citizen consumes about one-third of the goods and services enjoyed by the average American, according to a report prepared by Commerce Secretary Peter G. Peterson. "Like the United States, the Soviet Union is currently fac«F with a restive consumer," Peterson said In a report on his trade negotiations with the Buss i a n s . "In our terms, however, their consumer problem is that of another generation," Soviet consumers have only about 10 per cent of the durable goods, 20 per cent of the soft goods and 60 per cent of the food that U.S. citizens have, he said. "This provides commercial opportunities for the West," Peterson said. As for services, the average Soviet citizen has about 31 per cent of the personal services, 35 per cent of health services, and 64 per cent of educational services of Americans, his report said. He said automobiles are just beginning to be produced in significant volume in Russia, but customers must wait four to six years for a new car. "Shorter, but nonetheless extensive, delays apparently exist for the best- quality refrigerators and furniture." GREAT SAVINGS B.F Goodrich ON EVERY SIZE CUSTOM LONG MILER TOUGH 4-PLY y I I PICK YOUR SIZE AND YOUR PRICE SMALL. Blackwall sizes E78-14 17.35-14' plus Icdcial rinse lax ol JJ.24 pci tue and liade, FITS MANY MODELS OF: * American Motors • Chevelle • Camaro • Chevy II * Cougar • Mustang • Fairlane. Sizes J and L 78-15 sale priced in whitewall only at $35.88 plus federal excise tax of $3.01 and $3.16 per tire and trader MEDIUM CARS Blackwall si:es F78-U, G78-I4. F78-I5. G78-15. plus fcdeial nxrisc tax ol J? 39 lo j: 63 per - tue and tiailc FITS MANY MODELS OF: • Chevrolet • Ford • Plymouth • Dodge • Ambassador • Challenger . Chevelle « Camaro . Cutlass * Falcon • LeMans • Rebel • Skylark • Torino . Grand Prix . Barracuda • Charger • Coronet • F-85 • GTO • Montego • Tempest • Pontiac • LaSabre « Fury • Thunderbird • Mercury. LARGE CARS A Blackwall sues H78-14 and H78-lb plus k'deial excise t<?x of J? ?5 <l(id $2.81 pei tire and trade FITS MANY MODELS OF: . Olds . Polara • Thunderbird * LeSabre . Marquis « Mercury • Morvaco • Newport • Bonneville . Caprice • Catalina • Chrysler 300 . Ford . Ambassador • Pontiac « Buick. COMPLETE BRAKE SPECIAL HERE'S WHAT OUR TRAINED MECHANICS WILL DO: 1. Replace brake linings 2. Turn drums 3. Arc linings to match drums 4. Repack outer front wheel bearings 5. Bleed and refill brake system 6. Inspect master cylinder 7. Install new front grease seals 8. Inspect wheel cylinders 9. Adjust parking brake 10. Road test A WAYS TO CHARGE LONG DRIVING AHEAD? Take advantage off BFG's ALIGNMENT SPECIAL MOST CARS Prevent oxcess'u; !ire wi. ii. dangerous vibration ana drift. MOST CARS DISC BRAKE SERVICE SPECIAL Here's What We'll Do: • Install 4 new Honl brake pads • Repack outer wneei oeanngs • Inspect Cdiijx-rs rotors ana rear axle brakes OIlLTb .is, ih..v.n dl U F GCKKlncti SI 'K'V i unilH-titivi-ly pnct-q.il HJ^G .Ir.Mi Ui-.iU-r- ^ ( AMERICAN EXPRESS"] [~MASTER CHARpT] f BANKAMERICARD ] B. F. GOODRICH SERVICE CENTERS - : ^, • 440 E. BROADWAY ALTON, ILL. 465-7754 OPEN FRIDAY EVENING 100 E. EDWARDSVILLE RD. WOOD RIVER. ILL. 254-3845 Vietnam* Veterans! Take a FREE shortcut lo valuable employment contracts. Run a "Situation Wanted" Want Ad in the Telegraph, without charge for seven days. Fill in, completely, the coupon below. Be sure to include your military service serial number and date and place of your separation from the service. Mail the coupon to the Telegraph, Classified Dept., or bring to the Telegraph, 111 East Broadway, Alton . • • or talk with Donald W. Hensley or Carl R. Marr, Veterans Employment Representatives, Illinois Department of Labor Illinois State Employment Service 1719 Washington Ave., Alton 462-9204. Telegraph Want Ads VIETNAM VETERANS 111 East Broadway WORK WANTED Alton, m. 62002 -FREE PUBLICATION Please publish the message below, in Telegraph "Situations Wanted" Want Ads FREE OF CHARGE, for seven days. NAME ADDRESS -PHONE. CITY -STATE -ZIP. MILITARY SERVICE SERIAL NUMBER I WAS SEPARATED FROM Identify Service, Unit ON (date of official discharge) AT (city & state) MY "SITUATION WANTED" WANT AD MESSAGE: (25 words or less) l_ This offer is open to all men and women who have been members of military services during the Vietnam conflict.

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