Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 4
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 4

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 6, 1961
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AL1VN VALUES ACt M IN. MW JtAM DMt^MQ Kf •W|BM| end CHM kntdteg. QUALITY GARDEN SPADE ROUND POINT SHOVEL DfTACHAlU HOSI MIL BeOmv Uaheorbeti <>»d »oek«« wtth nuS.d **•!. taBr lS« MMd. toawh.loB, oA iratdte W. - rffr —-- koadtM wil* i? »ock»t. Ho* oil *• •bo*«t tootar**. Kte. BRANDT 712 E. MOADWAY ALTON HO 5-5213 Wood River Scouts Plan 'Chili Dav' Indnct three New Members master* Glob Wednesday night. jOfturt Wtgalton over legal 1 DM Wefcb *» awarded t he 1 ***** J> '*****£ *** £ WOOD WV1R — Thre* " i member*, Sevmotrr Stein, Edward i WOOD RTVER - The annual j Mailman and Ifcd ObernlllleT; public "Chili Day" of Boy Scout wm. Intftwtetl to the fllinl Toast-', Titw>p .Ti will be held Saturday at the American Legion Hall with serving from It am .to 7 p.m Both carry-out orders, and orders for freezer quantities Of chili will be available. Art Northway, Institutional representative and former troop master, will supervise the preparation and serving n* cWef Deposition Proceedings Called Off JBDWArttJSVlLLE «•i in th* "Bow 1 for his questionable as toastmaster for the evening. Other speakers and their topics «• • fl«««« Bill Haywarti, Jack Dektney, "Hodge. "Gamble Your Future" and Joe Wlcken- for examination and rest in Mis- sourt Baptist Hospital, St Louis. BrtiweJt Softool Elections Saturday BRUSSELS - William Wrtrtn- dorf and Clen Hllltn AM card), dates for re*tttcttan to H» Brussels High School Board of Educa- rton Safwrttey. The election will be held from noon to T p.m. at the Brussels High School AR building. Candidates for «w District 41 school board are: Cart PoWman. an incumbent, and Glfttn Kinder. Kinder is seeking the post heft by Andrew Klnss who decided not to run this term. rut NIW t©RR (#) - A plmy of pre-Hltler Gfwiwny win mart tfw AifwfoMt prorttitMig tft&Bt of Elfnw WtrttrtttWHf, ft Suwflfwi Imprewario who fled Hungary's Corthnurttsl fWe In inumuMXt Ltwrt 9, B«rtfoly hw t4lptfd tlM dWrti* tem Wlltir Hftnn* citvef* "Un Btiiw rtert." flw now tltte: "Th* Mifrtfi«*« M »' go.;; .... T»M|»ph Wtnt ft«*s "CUCK Canal Street In New Orleans the widest business thorough- cook. Assisting as kitchen h«lpj nauspr , <Lest Wc Forget will be John Bragga. Ralph Wllk- <crson. Thelmar Evans, Scoutmasters; and Jim were Julian Ryan, Stan :[>on Vincent nnd Roger Elble. : Winertt was a committeemen. Thr -13 boys of the troop will; t mef> , Talley, * defendant Ift an In (junction aurt brought by a groupjtare In the United Stateg. of area Industries protesting i """ '""" '"""" bis regular monthly salary be-i fore resigning Sept. 1 as the dis-! trlcfs attorney, hnd been directed by Circuit Judge James ""V »'*•'•••"•-• r - • ( , | £71, Idt tjf V^ll V, Vtll. W UVIJItC. «• « I II*. f tables, with each of the| T o DiscUSS Teaching O. Monroe Jr.. to appear here wait on five patrols working in shifts. The bo\s will also serve on clean up crew. Of Communism 565 Babie§ Born In 3 Months Here other year 5.nce 1W7. Total for the last three months was (W! - this morning to complete a deposition begun, March 29 at the „ . . ., t ' levee district 1 office «t Wood Dr. Kurt Glaser of the Alton |Rjver SIU government faculty will Join! ^ n , nforrn(K , this morn t nR a discussion on the teaching of, fhnt TB) , had been „, and Communism in public schools to- d hp ho |t , , s , ^^ .niBht at 9:30 on KMOX-TV. , )ast F ^ Jud Monroe , n . More babiw were born In Alton! J**^S^C^m^' ™M * r « ie(l the P™c*«\ins* would in the first quarter of 1961 than '"ii-J 11 .! JJted th 1 '< n st ^ p postponed until Talley is re- the corresponding period^ of any! Re ° Issue'^'program!i 1 ^ from the hospUal and "" ^"' '"- joininR him in the dWuVsion;^ to resume the deposition. \vill ho F ivtncrs V. Lloyd, sup-j Jesse James frequently used isti'ird M years aco. a|l(1 Qj n(on L. Q lm d. director of Mairh vital stntistics for Alton fhp Instjtufe ' OI1 Communism and ; v ""' fa l in ; Hl "° pdu '^7 " p'jL u f : Kreedom in St. Louis. , , op rnore , han a thousand feet In- fire of City Oerk Paul A. Price hv , G , HSpl . wj|| a , so gpeak Sunday,:^! the cav? the deputy registrar, Mrs. Willirj,.^ pm on WQKZ . on the film.:'- '-•••- -- -—-—E. Allen. Births registered hist' "operation Abolition." Robert BEIRUT. Lebanon - Re.presen- month numbered 176, and deaths f|., w .|{j ns O f (hp Alton SIU speech. tatives of Jordan. Saudi Arabia, numbered 50. faculty, director of the weekly the United Arab Republic and Births in March last year to-...— —— - - — rilraq have drawn plans for an taled 164 and deaths, 6ff. parently got detoured m the mail , ternationa , air 1Jne . The increase in births in the II bore a Postmark showing it'_ . velr to veS co.^paSn "as 12 "ad been received first at Au- SIU discussion program, will act and the decrease in deaths was 10. ro_ra_._ III »s quest .oner. Deaths here in the first three durine the * 30 Years IN EAST ALTON % 7 am thankful to all the people who have patronized my shop making this possible. First Shop Opinid At 325 Shamrock AVI. April 6, 1931 HULL'S BARBER SHOP 175 E. St. Louis Ave. East Alton CENTRAL SEWM8 SUPPLY 60. 14 W, BROADWAY HO 2-M14 SPRING HOUSECLEANING FOR; USUALLY *!•-* EA.! months this year totaled 165. Last year the fissure was 186. Decrease fov^the first quarter of 196L was ,21. __ i One Late Ballot Received | Sixty-two absentee ballots were! polled at Tuesday's Alton city-! [township election. But one bal-i t lot arrived too late. It was re- j ceived in the forenoon mail. today at the office of the city clerk— but the election was over. Examination of the special envelope revealed it had been mailed from Rochester, but ap- OPEN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9 P.M. WALL-TO-WALL M^C-T-S: IT IS A FACT We Will Install 3 ROOMS OF CARPETING Complete For Only 196 READ AND STUDY THESE FACTS . . . THEN GOME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU THE BEAUTIFUL ROLLS WE HAVE IN STOCK ... LET US PROVE TO YOU THAT WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY! IT IS A FACTI ' Carpet colors vary from roll to roll. IT IS A FACTI No two rolls are exactly alike. IT IS A FACTI The only way you can see and get the exact carpet you want it from rolls tbat are in stock — not from small samples. IT IS A FACTI We have the largest selection of Broadloom Carpet in full rolls in stock now . . . (Ready for immediate delivery* in the entire Alton-Wood River area. IT IS A FACTI YULR INSTALLATION JOB 18 COMPLETELY GUAR ANTtt.U TO VOLB SATISFACTION. THERE AKE MO HWDKN (HAKGES. OUR PRICES INCLUDE COM PLETE INSTALLATION WITH 40 Ol NCE RtBBKK TUP AND BOTTOM PAIHHNG. ALL SMOOTH glKJE BiNULNG, CLTT1NG, A1X DOOR TRIMS. IT IS A FACTI All small pieces left over are bound and made into throw rugs for you at no extra charge. IT IS A FACT! We can sell (or less because we buy direct from the mil) (Full sue rolls): no cut orders like most dealers have to do. 60 Rolls fOn Display HUGE SELECTION OF SPRING COATS, SUITS and TOPPERS Reduced for clearance! 9-12-15 Foot Widths Rag. $7.95 Luxurious Tweeds Per • NYLONS e VISALONS e RAYONS — «^^ y<| Your complete cost for a 12x12 room is only $95.84 Rigular $10.96 All Wool Wilton Carpet *7.95 p«r K|. yd. Your complete cost for a 12x12 room is J127.20. • 801 DuPont 100% Continuous Filament Virgin Nylon Face If your room is 9xl'2 you need 12 «q. yds., or your complete cost is $119.40. THE COATS AND SUITS THE TOPPERS THI TOPPERS • Laminated, Orion* acrylic-wool Jerseys! • Handsome leather-look grained vinyls! • Beautiful quality polished all wools! • Every one is fully rayon taffeta lined I • Mew Spring colors; sixes 8 to 16. IT IS A FACT: We do our own financing so that your payments can be set to yotir <>\\n budget. 30 da.vs s.<me as cash. 888 FURNITURE MART 144 FERGUSON FOR FREE ESTIMATE DIAL CL 4-0631 CARPCTINO HCADQUARTCHS WOOD KIVER THE COATS • Colorful, quality all-wool botketwtavttl • HigMashion woven textured all wool*! • Most'wanted nubby textured wool bouelet I • Shimmering rayon satin, taffeta liningil • Fashion's siuling pastels; sizes 8 to 16, THI sum Rich blends of wool and silkl Demi-fits, boxy looks... morel Flattering stem-slim skirt*I Every one rayon tafftta lined! Exciting Spring shades; S*16. UM ovr «oi»vefilenf fay away plan. * • no exrra charge HIM* if M* tott*. Opn 0»u» « AM M t» M. 2821 Oo«ny Rd. 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