Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 10, 1961 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, April 10, 1961
Page 12
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ALTON if 300 Em Broadway * Free Storeride Parking £&*i NI6MT STAND •27- PAY ONLY $7.88 A MONTH! Genuine WALNUT V*M*rs MODERN SECTIONAL LIVING ROOM Pay Only $7.88 a Month! Picture this magnificent group in your home! The big sweeping luxury will enhance the beauty of your living roorn . . . and add real comfort to your living. ALL FOR ONE LOW PRICE! MANY, MANY MONTHS TO PAY complete Check this outstanding Living Room offer! 5-PC. 56-Inch 6- Drawer Double Dresser if 26x38 Inch Framed Plate Mirror 34-Inch Wide Chest Cut Out Panel Bed We're out to prove that FRANKLIN UNION gives you more for your dollar in furniture. We ask you to shop and compare and we guarantee that you'll agree that this is the LOWEST PRICE possible on this genuine WALNUT veneer Bedroom Suite. SLEEPER LOUNGE GROUP $ 99 INCLUDES: 2 Big lounges, round cocktail table, lamp table and handsome lamp. Englander THE FINEST NAME IN SLEEP MANY, MANY MONTHS TO PAY «U. 4 PIECES ONLY 49 95 Pay Only $7.88 a Month! PAY ONtt $7.88 A MONTH! YOU GET BOTH IN ONE GYM! LAWN SWING PLUS SPACE STATION SLIDE DOUBLE THE FUN AT DOUBLE THE SAVINGS! •AST MONTHLY HUMS • Button tufted headboard in washable plastic • Comfortable inner>roll innerspring mattress • Supporting box spring mounted on heavy leas • These add up to a sensational buy! $ w vrv vv^sriMP vr » w * 29.95 COMPUTE ALL THE FUN FEATURES KIDDIES WANT NOW BUILT INTO ONE FABULOUS GYM! Spacious, smooth gliding 2-seater lawn swing . . . Hug. 9-ft. ipac. station slid, with safety platform ... 2 swings . . . trapeze , . . gym rings.. . . Welded safety tread steps on ladder , , . Heavy 2-inch tube frame. OPEN TO 9 MODERN 6-PIECE BEDROOM Pay Only $7.88 a month $ 99 See this beautiful modern suite featuring Big Double Dresser, Handsome Mirror, Big Straight Panel Bed, and matching chest. 6 BIG PIECES Inoludtti NNERSPRING MATTRESS AND IOX SPRING All For One Low Price! MANY, MANY MONTHS TO PAY WE DO OUR OWN FINANCING N« iMikt or Finance Com- MniM to deal with... No need t* ran •!) Mound town looking f«r «*dtt,..W« mate It «Mtf fM you ftl FRANKI4M IWIO^ ...Buy the tfcliw* you oaad now uri •rraof* to n»r FRANKLIN MO EAST BROADWAY - ALTON FREE STORESIDE PARKING • III COUIKSVIUI, UIT ST. ICtllf, IU. t DOWWOWW, if. WUIS, n« «aj NUMMUN • MAPUWOOsI, MO., TfM MAHOHSUi AVI. Puttie Affairs Conf cfei&fc Set At Prfncipia teprerttrtaHtii ftwu W and wrtvtfiWfi tttt<W|I«- out the wwntry wlfl #&** on the JPHndplft ColtegB «a«pM, ffi- April IMS «» flw 28rt •»• PuBBc Attrtw Thl« year's Africa - A States Fore«gn , Speaken at the, cortferww wHI include Mr. Jrtm j). African Cowan, African Columbia Urtversflyjftylor OB- twnder, American t »tetall Ctajx Co., inc.; Dr. Wffllam 1f. KWett, profeswjr of PolWeal Sdwce »t Harvard Unlvewtty; Jcttfey Qod- seli, assistant oversea* news *M- tor. The Christian Sdence Monitor, and Ja-Ja A. Wfllchuku, ambassador the United Nations from Nigeria. The PuWlr Affairs Conference Is entirely student-operated and ts .sponsored by The Prlncipla School of Government — an endowed program established to encourage active citizenship and participation In public affairs. Members of this year's Student Administrative Committee are Jerry Collester. chairman, of Indianapolis, James Leigh. Little Rock. Robin Bard. CHendale. Calif. Peter Larson, Mon.: Pater Sandier, New Elizabeth Bousquet. K 1 a m a t h Falls, Ore., Egil Krogh. Oswego, Ore.. Faculty sponsor of the Public Affairs Conference is Clayton Ford, Director of the School of Government at Principia. ! Dugger Rally Set for Tuesday *• At Bethalto BETHALTO — Residents who | are supporting Leo E. Dugger. jcanrlidntp for mayor in the April 18 election, will have a rally Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the home of George Wulf. 525 Grant street. Dugger. who will oppose Mayor jErwin Plegge. is conducting a { door-to-door campaign. Dog Vaccination t | Dates at Bethalto ! BETHALTO - Village Clerk ! William Doerr said this weekend jthat an Edwardsville Veterinari- !an. Or. Merrill Ottwein. will vac- Innate dogp against rabies at the i Fire House on April 1 and 20. The veterinarian will be at the Fire House from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. it wds reported. The village clerk said he will sell dog licenses and wheel tax at the Fire House on the two days. Absentee Ballots Ready at Bethalto l BETHALTO - Absentee bal| lots for thr April 18 village elec- jtlon are available at the office jof Village Clerk William Doerr, 460 S. Prairie Street it was re- portpd. Village residents not able to cast their ballots at the regular polling place on election day may vote by absentee ballot, Doerr said. Deadline to obtain the ab- jsentee forms is April 13. Iranian priests of the ancient Zoroastrian religion wear masks ; while tending sacred fires In '. their temples. They believe the i coverings keep their breath ' from contaminating the flame. Should Your Telegraph Carrier Forget You.... Phone RO 54641 lor 5 pm, ALTON

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