Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 16
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 16

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 6, 1961
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THURSDAY, APRIL 6,1961 ALTON EVENING TELEdRAPH PAGE 81VBNTWBN OPEN EVERY NIGHT ON I960,1961 SITU 3 DAYS ONIYI Biedermons goes on a rampage and slashes the prices to ribbons on televisions and stereos! ALL BRAND NEW BIG BRAND NAMES in their original factory crates... but they have GOT TO GO AT FANTASTICALLY LOW PRICES because of standing room only in our warehouses! See them all side-by-side ... compare their features... get savings you'll brag about for years... in your choice of console, table model, portable, some with roll-about stand included with the set! Buy now .. . while the prices ore so low and quality is so high .. the biggest bargains ever... and receive as an extra bonus a FREE TRANSISTOR RADIO! SYLVANIA 19" Table Model, light as a Portable! with FREE pockef-sfze Transistor Hcrdio/ Super-distance tuner for more fl* pulling power! Slim 'N square'' cabinet designed for easy mova- bility . . . portable weight! NO Money Down 158 No. 17P14 SYLVANIA 17" Big Screen Portable Television with FREE pocket-size Tiansistoi Radial It's lighter, more compact than most portables! 150 square inches viewing. Perfect for that extra set you need to move around! No M ° ne > Down 118 PHILCO Portable on Wheel-About Stand with FREE pock*<-s»* Tiansistoi Radio! forward-mounted picture £ tube! Cool-Cho*f»V. Smart metal stand included .to wheel anywhere end plug in! 178 No Hooey Down 200 MILES FREE DELIVERY of Alton BROADWAY and PIASA 3048 PHIICO 23" ConioU with "Picture) Window 1 ' with FRCI po<k»t-sJz« Transistor Radio! Mahogany finish hardwood, trim lines, 278 Sq. In. viewing center, 8" speaker provides static-free sound. NO MOMITDOWN 199 17" Briefcase Portable Television with FREE pocket-size Transistor Radial 111" thin, yet a full 156 sq. In. viewing area! Aluminized picture tube, top controls! Very light! $ 138 No Money Down Westinghouse Pocket-Size Transistor Radio with ths> purchase of any Tolovision or Stereo during this salel With 3 transistors, excellent tone quality Alnlco Five Loud* speaker/ Reflex circuit, volume control, built-in aeriall 4'/4x2'/ixl'/4'; weighs 11 oxs. NO MONEY DOWN 17" Portable on Wheel-About Stand with FREE pockef-size Transistor Radio? Double portability! The "At- tache" with perfect picture even in daylightl Mounted on handsome roll-around stand. 129 NO MONIV DOWN 23" Table Model, compact design! with FREE pocket-size Transistor Radio? Massacred price on high styled Westinghouse with new square-cornered picture tube for bigger, brighter viewing! #F1011 Westinghouse 179 NO MONIT DOWN Mahogany Veneers Stereo-Hi-FI Consols) with FREE pockef-s/ze Transistor Rod/o/ The "Harwick" in beautiful hardwood cabinet! 2 wide range 6" speakers. Two 4" treble speakers! Dual channel! 138 NO MONEY POWN #4800. PHIICO Cabinet with "Ixtrfj VUlon" witfc fill J»M fcttalra Transistor ••dlef Ibony-finiih elegant tow boy, * • ^t A 213 14. in. vitwobio o/eot * | WX Cool'CKoiiii mtam 76% • 7 W longer TV UftJ NemOltrtt 21" TV, tadie ft HI-FI Combination with FRff BOcfceMlit Translfter Radio! New low Price on 21" Console with FRff pec JtoMlie Transistor Radlel Tremendous price cut in this complete home entertainment console of handsome (eether e»t»! 2 ipeoktr*, AM 249 SdJh ^A4^UBW ^S4MhS)lB^B\ MPMwWbBVVW See it new . , . o real bargain with 262 Sq. In. viewing area and aluminized picture tube! New "CoeJ Chawii," Unions Plan Program on Labor Bill Union member* of tta Bait St. Lout* ares will have an opportttn- ty to attend an eight-week University of Illinois education program on "Undenrtnndtng tN Landrum-Griffln Act" b*ginn«lg April 20 In East St. Louis. The classes will be held on eight consecutive Thursdays from 7 to 9 pm. In Room 120 of East St. Louis High School, 4901 State St. Local arrangements for the series have been made by Herbert S. Wllhelm, secretary ot the Central Labor Council of Greater East St. Louis; Lloyd McBride, sub-district director, District 1 34, United Steelworkers, Granite City, and Edwin F. Relske. president, Trl-Clty Trades and Labor Council, Granite City. Prof. A. J. Wann, U. of I. professor of labor and industrial relations, will be the instructor of the series, which is conducted by the U. of I. Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations and the Division of University Extension. Subjects to be discussed during the program fire the background and purposes of the Landrum-Griffin Act, the "Bill of Rights" provisions, reporting requirements, elections provisions, trusteeship •cgulations, the amendments to h Taft-Hartley Law, and effects of the act upon local union admin- stratlon. Registration fee for the eight- week series is J12 and may be aaid in advance to Fred W. Steuernagel, U. of I. field representative, Room 212, Goldman Building, 338 Missouri Ave., East St. Louis, or at the first class meeting. Population Certified As Official Alton's population of 43-047 as determined by the 1960 federal census is now official in municipal matters through a certification by Secretary of State Charles F. Carpentier. Under a state law enacted in 20 years ago, the secretary of state was given the duty of certifying to all cities, villages, and municipalities of Illinois their respective populations as officially reported to the state by the Bureau of Census. City Clerk Paul A. Price today received Alton's certificate —under a brilliant gold seal. The document issued by the secretary of stair was dated April 3. Price said the certificate was much liko one Alton received in 1951 showing the return from the 1950 federal enumeration. The city recently completed an enumeration of areas annexed since the federal census, to determine stae gasoline tax refunds. That count gave the city a total of 43,808, but the 43,947 Federal figure remains as the city's "official" population. Plans Made for Prom At Greenfield High GREENFIELD — Mothers of high school junior class students met Tuesday night to make plans for the annual junior-senior banquet and prom April 29. Mrs. Von Woods is chairman of the mothers committee and Mrs. Floyd Wilton, co-chairman. Home Unit to Meet GREENFIELD — Mrs. Jesse Range will be hostess at the April meeting of the 'Rubicon Home Bureau Unit Tuesday, April 11, at 2 p.m. The major lesson on the subject, "Illinois Taxes," will bp given by the unit leaders, Mrs. James Martin and Mrs. Earl Con- iwnossffeoBi i verse. d ELDRED — Gail and Jimmy Kincade of Jerseyville spent their Easier vacation with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, William Brannan. Mrs. Brannan accompanied Mrs. Manuel Wessel and daughters of Carrollton to St. Lois Sunday where they were guests of Mrs. Ida Bartsch. Mr. and Mrs. Huelon Howdeshell and family of Mendota spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and brother. Warren and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Logan of Pe- uria xu'iv Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ansell. .They also visited other relatives | during the weekend. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and i Mrs. Richard Varble were Mr. land Mrs. Flem Williams and I Louise of Wood Rivr and Mr. and 1 Mrs. Edward Williams and chil- jdmi of Alton. | Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Reader and son of Denver, Colo., spent | the holidays with Mrs. Reeder's j parents, Mr. and Mr*. Ben I King, they also visited at the i Charles King and rn. t'ttu King i homes. : Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs New dl TiUJ»l> were Mi: and Mr*. JAl Taylor and family of (Jngg* Uille and, Mr*. Irl Duvuinon i Mr. and Mrs. William WhllaJter and children of £a*l St.' Loui* out) Mr. and Mm. LyndeU Smitto ftnd daughters ot CanoUUm were ifcuv (toy «u**u* of Mr. and lain. Otto

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