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September 18, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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Section 2 Pages 13-24 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Established January 15, 1836. ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 19fi3 7c Per Copy Member of The Associated Press. Findley Suggests Sharing Nuclear Arms, Know-How WASHINGTON (AP) - An Illinois congressman has suggested the United States share nuclear weapons "with nations we can trust" instead of adopting the nu clear test ban treaty. Rep. Paul Findley, R-I11., in a statement Tuesday, described the treaty as an "arms-control deal with an untrustworthy dictatorship." If ratification were up to the House and not the Senate, the Pittsfield publisher predicted, the treaty would be rejected. "We should share our nuclear weapons and nuclear know-how with France and other NATO na tions, the friends and allies to whom we must look for help if a showdown comes," he said. "Up to now, we've denied our friends weapons we know our en emy possesses. We treat our allies as irresponsible children. It's high time we quit this patronizing policy, and treat them instead as true partners." His opposition to the treaty is based upon the following reasons, the 20th Congressional District representative said: "—A total ban on atmospheric testing is not necessary in order to safeguard public health . . . "—The treaty will impede development and application of nuclear power for peaceful purposes • * * "—The treaty is a military disadvantage to the United States "—The treaty tends to weaken the NATO alliance. Findley declared that the treaty and "our talk of disarmament, our pullknit of missiles from Turkey and Italy, and our lack of follow-through in dealing with Soviet military power in Cuba have caused wide concern among our allies. "Who 'can blame them for wondering if we would really defend their cities with nuclear weapons- if Khrushchev pushes the attack button. We can dispel that doubt, and at the same time strengthen NATO, by giving them the know- how and the weapons they need and deserve." PARIS — Several European lines are offering discounts to trans - Atlantic travelers who wish to go one way by ship and return by air. Courthouse Roof Being Replaced JERSEYVILLE - Work has started here on replacing the old slate roof of the Jersey County courthouse that was installed in 1893. Workmen for the contractor, J. P. Yungck & Son of Alton, be gan erecting metal scaffolding Monday and before noon Tuesday the first bundles of new shingles were being drawn up to the roof of the building. The present courthouse is the third one for the county. The first was a building erected by subscriptions obtained when the separation of Jersey County from Greene County was consummat- ;d. That was in 1839, and it was necessary that a site for a courthouse and building be guaranteed in order to obtain action from the State Legislature to bring about the establishment of Jersey County. The first courthouse burned during the early morning of Jan. 6, 1884, and four prisoners who were kept in the jail situated in he basement died in the holocaust. An emergency structure known as the second courthouse was suilt and housed records and served until 1894 when it was sold to the First Methodist Church of Jerseyville and moved to the church site where it was used for many years as a Sunday School chapel. The county board of supervisors at the regular election in 1892 submitted a proposal to Jersey County voters calling for issu- ince of $40,000 of bonds for erec- ion of the present building. The proposal carried and the corner stone of the present structure vas laid July 4, 1893. The build ng was completed in the summer of 1894, and accepted from the contractor May 18, 1894. The cost of the courthouse was $40,411.85. The courthouse was built from native stone cut in the quarries CHECKING FIRST AW KIT A first aid kit to be used in case of a disaster is being checked for sterility at Alton Memorial Hospital by Mayford Ruby, left, safety director of Laclede Steel; Mrs. Orville Henry, center, of the Red Gross, and Charles Pierson, right, assistant administrator of Alton Memorial Hospital. Says Municipalities Should Hike Salaries of Police Voluntarily KANKAKEE, 111. (AP) — Illinois municipalities should raise police salaries voluntarily without being, forced by the state, Lt. Gov. Samuel H. Shapiro said Tuesday night. Shapiro referred to a veto by Gov. Otto Kerner of a bill by the 73rd General Assembly which ivould have raised police salaries $100 to $150 a month. Shapiro addressed a banquet of the University of Illinois Police training Institute Alumni Association. "It may have seemed a disappointment to you," Shapiro said, 'But this bill was not the com- olete answer. In most cases it would have meant a reduction in I force, or a reduction of other services, or more taxes." He said, "The bill made it mandatory on the municipality to pay a certain salary without providing any means to the municipality to raise the money." Shapiro said because some cities and towns have raised pay scales of policemen, reduced hours or issued other • benefits, Kerner decided to withhold state authority to force higher minimum pay. He said, however, "The governor warned that if legitimate expectations are not satisfied the tempered prod of the veto message will be supplanted by the indiscriminate compulsion of the law." Brighton Khoury League to Meet BRIGHTON - Plans for sports banquet and possibly benefit. fish fry are expected to be made at a meeting of Brighton Khoury League at American Legion Hall at 7 p.m. today. Managers may turn in uniforms of players at the meeting. Walter Ahlemeyer, league secretary, said. Macoupin Road Chief Is Cleared CARLINVILLE - The Mficou- pin County grand jury failed to return a true bill Monday against Ha! Redfern, highway superintendent of Maeoupin County. Redfern was allegedly charged with falsely claiming experience in roadwork when he applied for the highway superintendent position. Three true bills were returned by the grand jury which was in session all-day Monday and until noon Tuesday. A true bill was returned against Nelson Falter of Chesterfield on a charge of theft. The indictment charges Falter with the theft of a check for $$4,482 on Nov. S, 1962. The check, payable to Falter Garage, was executed by C. A. Gerson of Carrollton. Two true bills were returned against John Spillman and Sonny Johnson. The pair are charged with burglary and theft in each- indictment. Both allegedly entered the Glades Restaurant near !arlinville on July 29 and stole two cases of whisky, a camera and insurance papers valued at $210. The property was owned by Joseph Kapilla. The two men, now in the custody of the U.S. Marshal in Springfield, also are charged with stealing $12 belonging to Belmont Scheffel, owner of the Brighton Mercantile Co. at Brighton. OTTAWA—In a surprise ruling the Canadian government has made it mandatory for shippers of paper bags from other countries to clearly label them showing where they were manufactured. CAILOUSESI To relieve callouses, burning, tenderness on bottom of feet and remove callouses—ask for these soothing, cushioning pads. wSchollsZinopads H of the 1890 period at Graf ton. Stone for trimming was imported rom Vermont. It is an interest- ng fact that the Grafton stone has not become checked from weather whereas the imported stone shows some traces of erosion from weather. The Eads Bridge at St. Louis, was also constructed from stone quarried at Grafton. DOWNTOWN Alton Barleffi Quality Stores WILSHIRE VILLAGE O East Alton WASHERS and DRYERS WRINGER WASHER Only AUTOMATIC WASHER 178 Only MOCK K-IOO ELECTRIC DRYER 148 Only ALL MODELS REDUCED FOR THIS SALE ALTON'S LARGEST MAYTAG DEALER! BANK FINANCING — TERMS AVAILABIEI cys The Only Exclusive Appliance Store In Downtown Alton 313 BELLI ST. SEE CY Be/ore You Buy DIAL 465-2588 do you look as modern as the product or service you represent? When you travel on business . . . and this may mean a trip to another part of town or a trip to another part of the world . . . are you confident that your appearance is as impressive as it should be? A visit to our store can ensure the correctness and functional perfection of the clothing you wear. We feature 'Botany 500 Tailored by Daroff Travel-Tested Suits, Outer- coats, Sports Jackets and Slacks . . . designed to enable you to travel right ... travel light . . . and to make the most of your appearance aud your budget. We will help you in the selection of accessories as well, adding our personal attention to the Daroff Personal Touch which has made the 'Botany' 500 Travel-Tested Wardrobe possible. 'Won't you come in for the modern ' approach to good grooming? •Botany' 500 Suits ' $75.00 OTHER SUITS From $55 to $100 WHEN SHOPPING AT BARLEFF'S DOWNTOWN STOKK UHK OUB (JON- * VENIENT PltlVATE PARKING LOT . . . ENTEH ON PJASA STKEET ;| BETWEEN BROADWAY AND THIRD STS. REAR ENTRANCE TO STORE '•'. FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE! The Best Dressed Men Wear Bailees Label <M* / H HOME IMPROVEMENTS WINDOW UNITS SEMI-ASSEMBLED COMPLETE STOCK AT NEW LOW PRICES U SINGLI Opening Size 23"x42" 23"x58" 27"x42" 27"x50" 27"x58" 31"x42" 31"x50" 31"x58" 35"x58" 39"x58" : WINDOW Glass Size Ifi"xl6" 16"x24" 20"xlO" 20"x20" 20"x24" 24"xl6" 24"x20" 24"x24" 28"x24" 32"x24" UNITS Sale Price $10.75 12.95 11.75 12.95 14.44 12.40 13.95 15.44 10.33 17.95 TWIN WINDOW Opening Size Glass Size 40'/4"x42" I6"xlfi" ifl}<j"x58" 16"x24" 5lVx42" 20"xlO" 54'/<i"x50" 20"x20" 54 1/ £"x58" 20"x24" 62 l /£"x42" 24"xlB" 62}£"x50" 24"x20" 62!^"x58" 24"x24" UNITS Sale Price $23.66 20.99 25.55 27.55 29.95 25.95 29.11 31.95 PICTURE WINDOW UNITS Opening Glass Size Center Lite Size- Planners .Size 94"x58 16"x24" 44"x54" Keg. Price 73.95 Sale Price $66.55 Order by Phone 465-5568 / Free Delivery Alton, East Alton, Wood River, Cottage Hills, Bunker Hill, CarroIUon.- Hardln and surrounding areas. SAMPLE SALE EXTERIOR DOORS NOW GOING AT 25°/e 0 OFF MANY STYLES NOW'S THE TIME TO REPLACE THAT OLD WATER HEATER FULLY GLASS LINED 30-GALLON Reg, 64.95 $5787 • Safety Pilot Control • Flberglas Insulated • Fast Recovery • A.G.A. Approved • 10-Yr. Pro-Rated Guarantee 40-GALLON Reg, 74.95 $3737 USE OUR E-Z PAY PLAN!! Philippine Mahogany SALE! DOORS FIRST QUALITY SATIN SMOOTH 1'6"X6'8" Reg. 6.00 1'8"x6'8" Reg. 7.32 2 >0"x6'8" Reg. 7.92 2'4"x6'8" Reg. 0.00 2'6"x6'8" Reg. 9.00 2'8"x6'8" Reg. 9.41 '5.49 '5,79 '6.29 'L10 $ 7.25 $ 7.29 3y, Inch Dull Brass MORTISE HINGES TUBULAR PASSAGE SETS $2.30 SLIDING DOOR HARDWARE By STERLING FOR BY-PASS DOORS 4 FT. $ LENGTH • FALL SALE! ..^DURANCE _ HOUSE PAINT GLIDDEN ENDURANCE House Paint 48 Modern Colors and White! Brushes easily —dries to a tough, elastic film that resists moisture and weathering. Self cleaning! Made with top quality pigments and oil for maximum durability. REG. $2.05 — $1.85 QUART REGULAR $6.98 $C 98 ** GALLON PANELAIRE Hardbeard Grillework Clever PANELAIRE grille-work has hundreds of decorative uses that make it possible for you to give your home that smart "custom" look, quickly and inexpensively! Your Choice of convenient sizes! All parts for: 16"x72" Grille ....$3.36 24"x72" Grille $5.04 N 26"x96" Rm. Div. $12.24 18"x74" Screenwall $6.36 BUILD THIS BIG 20W GARAGE YOURSELF! FOR ONLY Ex. Concrete & Puint FOR ALL MATERIALS! This roomy 20'x20' garage has an attractive porch and extra storage room... styled in the new horizontal manner with Southern Pine dronsidlng. .Heavy roll roofing in ' your choice of colors With three Kent-runs slice (Might windows and 16-pan«l over•: head door. This low price includes all the loose building material you'll need to build » this garage! Many other single and double models to choose from. As low as $9.85 month! 'HRIFT 500 BELLE ST. ALTON'S MOST POPULAR HARDWARE & SUPPLY COMPANY Open Daily 8 A.M. to 5 P M ; Friday-Monday 8 A.M. to 9 P.M.—Phont 465.5568

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