Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1968 · Page 35
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June 27, 1968

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 35

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THURSDAY, JUNE 2?, 1968 ALTON EVENING MflBM. Pre-Holiday LADIES' DRESS CLEARANCE Hundreds and hundreds of new short • sleeve and sleeveless dresses in cool Summer .fabrics. Styles for every occasion in smart prints and soft solid colors. Your chance to save 50% and more in sizes for the Petite, Junior, Miss and, Woman. LADIES' A full selection of higher- priced one and two-piece, and Bikini styles at this one low price. Care-free fabrics in sunny prints and solid colors. Sizes 32 to 40. GIRLS' SWIM SUITS Our entire stock of girls' swim-wear has been reduced to this one lew price! Nothing has been held backl All «r» washable and color-fast ... one- and two«piec» solid colors and prints In sizes 3 to 14. GIRLS' SHORTS AND SUCK SETS Jamaica and boy-abort Kit, and Capri «U in a bright array of mix r n switch col* on. All art well-made, top quality easy-care and easy- wear fabrics, styled to please Sis. Sizes 3 to 14 FOR BEACH HATS INFANTS' WEAR SALE Sun-iulti, jwmp-iulti, creeper* and crawler*, diaper iet$, let and pant*... all at LOW, REDUCED PRICES! SAVE 50% to 60% MANUFACTURERS GLOSEOUT! WE BOUGHT ENTIRE STOCK AVAILABLE SCATTER RUG RIOT i9"x32" nn Other sizes available 27" Rd., 21x36", 24x36" 24x40", 24x44" 27x48" 24x60" 1" 3x5' •och 30x50" toeh 2 44 each • Heavy chenille out and Joop styles • All popular colors • Non-skid latex backing • A rug for every room and decor NO-IRON FIBERGLASS AND NOVELTY TEXTURED SHORTY DRAPES pair t SW x 36" tmortrotnr of wilds and pdnrs TERRY WASH CLOTHS 8-1 cwnp. @ WwW*» • Soft, atMorbeut terry yanu in lovely wild color* and •tripe* CHILDREN'S BAREFOOT SANDAL $168 1 • Neweit Styl* • White Only 9 to * LADIES' RAFFIA SANDALS Natural Only Sizes: 5 to 10 LADIES' INDOOR, OUTDOOR SLIDES • Assorted Stylos and Colors • Sizes: 5 to 10 You'll Go Mod When You See This Terrific Selection Of The New MEN'S MOD JEWELRY • GOLD AND SILVER TONE MEDALLIONS • IRON CROSSES • MOD WATCH BANDS • SURFER'S PENDANTS And Many Others to Choose From - All in the Latest Fashions Values to 3°° YOUR CHOICE MEN'S WORK PANTS Tough, heavyweight cotton twill—completely reinforced at all points of stress. Tan, grey or green in sizes: 29-42. Coflip* Vat 2.97 MEN'S SWIMWEAR Comp. Vol. 1.97 A wide selection of the latest in men's swimwear. Boxer and stretch models available. Choose from plaids, fancies and solids in S-M-L. MEN'S STRIPE-TOP CREW HOSE 2*49° Pr. Comp. Vol. 49c Pr. Sturdy heavyweight combed cotton all purpose hose with reinforced heel and toe. White with assorted colored stripe top. Sizes: IO'/2-l3. Boys' Walk Shorts Comp. Vol. 1.67 Cool and comfortable all cotton walk shorts. Choose from plaids or solids in the popular ivy belt-loop model. Sizes: 6-16. BOYS' STRETCH SWIM TRUNKS 1 66 Comp. Vol. 1.97 Standouts on surf and sand. The popular square leg model with self-belt and buckles. Solids and fancies. Inner supporter arid drawstring. Sizes S-M-L, COLLINSYILLI City Balks JeftfyvA Schoolmen jERSEYVlLLfi-Tbe JgBey» vflle City Council has flppfuVBd cltyplarmiflg commtBridU recommendation that residential property here not be used by he Unit 100 board of education for an administration bofldiflg, The school board had been He- gotiating to buy the Bttfni >roperty on West Pearl Street and remodel It Into an administration building, after voters on June 11 overwhelmingly defeat' ed a school district proposition o construct a new administration building, on the site of the unior high school. The city council also approved Tuesday night a planning commission recommendation to al- ow a petition requesting conditional permitted use of the controversial William Hansen prop- irty. Hansen is building a new slaughterhouse on the property at the east edge of Jerseyvflle. The new facility will replace the existing one which does not comply with state regulations. Disapproval of the school ward's proposal leaves the board of education with another dilemma. After voters rejected the (reposition to construct a new 110,000 administration building, he board, as an alternative, turned to the idea of remodeling an older home. District Superintendent Gus Roth said today that he did not know what course the board of education would take now. Roth said he was sure that the board had other alternatives in mind, but he didn't know what they are. Approval of the Hansen petition, which required the amendment of two zoning ordinances, was made with the requirement that a planting screen be installed to the .north and east of the building, that the only en- xance to the building be from Mound Street and that the area for confining animals be enclosed. Other recommendations established by the planning commission were that the plans for the new slaughterhouse, as shown to the council and toe planning commission, be submitted with the petition to build, and that the building inspector require that the plans be carried out. The planning commission recommended that construction of the new slaughterhouse be allowed, although several residents in the area petitioned against it. The complaining residents were led by Mrs. Addle Carpunky who suggested Tuesday night that the city council extend from 100 to 500 feet the distance livestock must be kept 'rom a dwelling within the city limits. A city ordinance states that ivestock kept within the city limits must be confined at least i feet away from any livable dwelling. The city is currently attempt- ng to prosecute in circuit court rtrs. Walter Brakeville of 408 Barr Ave., for not complying with the livestock ordinance. The complainant, James W. .angley of 700 S. Prairie St., who claims that the Brakeville ivestock are within 100 feet of his home, Tuesday night accused the city of dragging its eet in prosecution of the Brakeville case. City Health Commissioner 'inis Schultz denied Langley's accusation, saying that the live- tock ordinance is being en- orced as due process of the law will allow. The Brakeville case Is to be ried by a jury which is yet to be selected in circuit court here. Meanwhile, Langley contended, neighbors cannot sit out in heir yards because of the flies attracted from the stench from he Brakeville cattle. The council also sent to the plan commission Tuesday night a proposal to move six trailers nto a square block area in the north end of the city bounded by Snedeker, Sumner, Levjt and Burke Streets. Currently, the city has 119 pro- Isions for trailers in the city lousing ordinances. However, raijers have been prohibited rom locating here since they cannot comply with housing Standards established by the of> dinances. The proposal to allow the area o be used for trailers was submitted by Torn Berry of East Alton, and formerly of Jersey. ville. ' " v The council also Instructed City Attorney Phil Moore to bi- gin the sale of outstanding tarn meeting at 7(30 prepare nance (or The '<i '' I !&, >f. &'*

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