Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 24, 1972 · Page 33
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 33

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, August 24, 1972
Page 33
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BM.0 , /lugusr 24, T:)72 Area weather Slight chance of showers this morning, otherwise partly sunny today. High around 80. Variable cloudiness with chance of showers or thunderstorms tonight and Friday. Low tonight in the mid fifls. High Friday around 80. Extended forecast A mostly cloudy and showery period with not much change in temperatures Saturday through Mond.-iy. Lows generally in the 60s with daytime highs in the upper 70s or lower 80s north and in the lower 80s south. NATIONAL WtATHfR SERVICE, 6O 70 FORECAST Figure* Shaw Lew T*mp*rotur*f Ixp»ct»d Until Friday Morning li«Ut*4 Precipitation Nat - Caniutt L*cal Ftrtcair 2 prison guards released after being held hostage National Weather Showers arc forecast Thursday lor the southern Plains and much of the eastern section of (he nation. Cool weather is expected for most of the central and west- em parts of the nation with warm and mostly humid weather forecast for the Rast. (AP Wircphoto) BY BILL BERGSTROM EDDYVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Five convicts who held two guards and a laboratory technician hostage for 12 hours In Kentucky State Penitentiary released them unharmed early today. Thomas Preston, press secretary to Gov. Wendell Ford, said "no conditions were met other than the fact that the commissioner of corrections, Charles Holmes, will sit down and talk with the inmates within the next two hours." Preston said the five inmates had gone back to their cells. The two guards and a prison lab technician were seized by inmates, reportedly armed with knives, late Wednesday afternoon and were held behind the barricaded, steel door of the prison pharmacy. "They were under the influence of drugs," Holmes said of the inmates. He said the inmates asked to talk with him right after they seized the hostages, but he said, "I wouldn't talk to them as long as they had hostages." Holmes said the inmates had not sought any change in prison operations in their conversations with officals. "These men have been in the institution for a long time, serving long sentences and have at various times been restricted in the institution," Holmes said. "They jus!: wanted to discuss their own situations." ALL DUKES CMPLETE!! Arto or Boot 8-Track Tape Player LEAN & TENDER GENUINE PORK Lb, BONELESS LEAN PORK ROAST..59c PORK CUTLETS 79c U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF ROUND STEAK Lb. $ 1 U.S. CHOICE I U.S. CHOICE RUMP ROAST Mr | Ground ROUND Mr BAYER ASPIRIN Liquid Reg. 43c Kleenex 200 2-pty facial tissues. tnctodcs 2 stereo speakers . . . T* x 5 %", mount anywhere. Designed for 13- negative ground systems. 30c Value Sylvania Light Bulbs 2 FOR candY Clark. Coconuv Aspirin 5-gram Nail Clippers File attached. GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY, AUGUST 26 IJSPAGE'S HAIR CARE TAPE Reg. 13c Each Drink-Aid Kitchen Utensils Pre-sngared soft drink mix. 8 flavors. Choice of potato masher, regular or slotted spoon, long or short turner, ladle. </2 In. By 720 In. Aqua Net Hershey Syrup Reg. 99c Filler Paper 13 Oz. Hair Spray Intensive Care Reg S2.99 Lunch Kits $2.61 Value Filled Binder InJudci I : binder «ilh clip: ihirmc book. paper. dividers. dictionary. Alaudm incial ka with hall-pun plastic FOR ACTIVE MEN & BOYS SPORTS SHOES Extra heavy toe guard, crepe rubber outer sole. Men's sizes 6' MO 12, boys' 2',.- to 6. 59e Value, Wooden 1-Pack Pencils 19c Each Valu* BicPens 99c Value Snack Jar Reg. 2 for 49c Dial Soap 12-Eiposure Roll, Kod.totor HI* (hxcepl 110) Developed & Printed 2-Pocket Portfolios m mmiwmm CHECK THIS ONE!! MORRELL HALF or WHOLE BONELESS HAMS CHAMPION BEST SLAB BACON . CHAMPION 4*Q C I WHOLE CO OU Lb I HAMS . . O5f Lb. FOR BEANS HAM CHUNKS . 69 ( RANDOM SIZE FISH 4BoLxb PORTIONS , 2 MORRELL EXTRA FANCY SLICED BOILED HAM RAID'S BUDGET PIECE tOLOGIU.. 49t 2% FRESH DAILY WHOLE HOMO 79MMILK Gal. GRADE "A" MEDIUM COUNTRY FRESH EGGS IT WHIPS LIMIT 8 I IDAHOIAN INSTANT POTATOES..2 79c CHOC. OR VAN HORLICK GEBHARDT'S MALTED MILK 29c | Hot Dog Sauce 4 SI BLACKBURN POT-O-GOLD POPS RITE SYRUP 59c POPCORN...4"59c LIMIT 2 UMITZ *% Lb < ^**fe< SWIFTNING SHORTENING . 3 Tn 69 ROBIN LIQUID STARCH . . CAPRI FABRIC 29c I SOFTNER . ,!». $ 1 STOKELY WK. I STOKELY HONEY POD CORN . . 5^*11 PEAS 4^ 3 88c ENKASHEER PANTY HOSE . . Pair 69 GARDEN CLUB c SALAD DRESSING , Or. 39 Home Grown TOMATOES in Lb $1 IO Box 1 Home Grown PEPPERS 10 - '1 Home Grown Red POTATOES 10 - 79 6 ARE AN AU'1'HOIUZEU I OOI> STAMP STOKE!! BE SUKfc TO BKING lOtK GUEtN CARD PBOPEKLV SIGNED!! OPEN EVERY DAY 9:00 AM Til 6:00 PM CLOSED SUNDAYS We Reserve The Right To Limit THIS AD EXPIRES SAT. NIGHT, AUG. 26, 1972 600 W. MAC ARTHUR DRIVE COTTAGE HILLS, ILL.

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