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6 (Sfltesbura Raaisfer*Mail. Qalesbura, ill, Thursday, July 11, 1963 HOSPITAL NOTES U. S. Embassy Employes Are Industrious But Lack Work By BUN F. MEYER WASHINGTON (AP)-Look Into iny U.S, embassy in the world, nxcept perhaps in areas M Africa Where things are not too comfortable, and what do you see? Attaches, administrators, reha- bilitators, military men, information specialists and men tying up loose ends—"far too many people." This, at least, is the way things *eem to Ellis 0. Briggs, 63, who has set Washington abuzz with his observations about the diplomatic missions he served for 37 years. He expressed his views in an Interview, and also in testimony to a Senate subcommittee on national security staffing and operations, headed by Sen. Henry M. Jackson, D-Wash. Many embassies, Briggs says, could do with half or less of their staffs. In nearly every case the people are loyal, conscientious and hard working. "It's just that there are far too mahy of them," Briggs says. "They clutter up the premises." Briggs added that about 30 per cent-of the over-staffed embassies are headed by political ap pointees as "inexperienced in dip lomacy as in directing an army corps, a fleet of warships or an air force." Most Cabinet departments—especially Defense, Commerce, Treasury, Agriculture and Justice •—have people in the embassies, and so do other agencies "all the way from one end of the alphabet to the other," he said. The average U.S. embassy, Briggs says, is grossly overstaffed, particularly by agencies other than the State Department. State Department officials shied away from any direct answer to Briggs' comments. They did say Foreign Service personnel were not sent abroad unless it was felt they were necessary. Briggs declined to name embassies he considers overstaffed, but implied such a list would be quite long. Africa, he said, has not seen the big influx of personnel because some posts are not In comfortable climates. "But I am absolutely sure that the seven embassies where I served as ambassador, and some others I know about, have about twice as many people as they need." Briggs said the United States should quit "playing musical chairs" by shunting around its ambassadors. "Today there is only one American ambassador in the entire world (Howard Jones, ambassa­ dor to Indonesia) who has been at his post for as long as five years. The average, the last time I looked it up, was less than a year and a half." One way to cut down embassy staffs,, he said, is for staffs of foreign aid missions to pull out when projects are finished. • "When you terminate a program you don't automatically get rid of the Indians," he said "Some try to remain indefinitely, tying up loose ends, as they explain it to you." Tops in Pops in RECORDS • Surf City —Jan & Dean • Shut Down —Beach Boys • Blue on Blue —Bobby Vinton • Six Days on the Road —Dave Dudley • Blowin' the Wind —Pelur, Paul & Mary • Tie Me Kangaroo Down —Rolf Harris • Daughter —Blenders • Ten Commandments of Love —Jas. MacArlhtir • Brcnda —Cupids • Till Then —Classics • Gypsy Woman —Ricky Nelson • Devil in Disguise —Elvis Presley • From Me to You —Del Shannon • Land of 1000 Dances —Chris Kenner • Rock Me In the Cradle of Love —Dee Dee Sharp • Hoote nanny —Glencoves REAL NEW LONG PLAYS • Stevie Wonder .,, 12 year Genius • Dick Dale • , , King of the Surfers • If You Need Me —Solomon Burke • The Happy Puppy —Ben Fabric • Yes Siree —Earl Grant • Cleopatra Soundtrack • James Brown Tour the U.S.A. • Patsy Cline Story • Lazy Crazy Days of Summer —King Cole The PLATTER Vacationers Return to New Windsor NEW WINDSOR - Mr. and Mrs. La Vern Carlson returned Sunday evening from a vacation, during which they visited her sister, Mrs. Myrna Hicks at Hillsboro. On July 3, they drove to Palmyra, Mo., and visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Pollard, and sons. New Windsor Briefs Seaman Robert Snyder returned to Norfolk, Va., July 8, after spending a leave with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Anderson. Sunday guests in the Anderson home honoring Seaman Snyder and Airman 1. C. Jim Patterson were Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Forseth, Mr. and Mrs Max Lutrell and family, of Woodhull, and Mr. and Mrs. Mario Forseth and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Thomas and daughter Elin returned from Peoria Saturday. They attended the state convention of Rural Letter Carriers and the auxiliary meetings, respectively, July 4-6. Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper of Preemption 'visited Mrs. Martha Klodt Monday. The Coopers are former residents at Labelle, Mo., and the Klodts at Medina, Mo. Dr. and Mrs. Larry Samuels and family of Iowa City spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Samuels. Larry Keith remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McCready and family of Roseville spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Willems. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Willems and family of Peoria joined the group Sunday. Mrs. Robert Shroyer and children of Livermore, Calif., came to attend the funeral for H. B. Shroyer Tuesday. From Wisconsin Rev. and Mrs. Richard Johnson and family of Eau Claire, Wis., and Mrs. Signe Johnson of Chicago visited the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Alden Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Garrett and daughters drove to Battle Creek, Mich., July 3, and returned July 7, after a visit with Mr. and Mi's. N. J. Glanis. Rev. Russell Prophet of Fredonia, N. Y., who conducted Holy Communion services at the United Presbyterian Church Sunday, also officiated at the baptismal FISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT Moose Lodge Home Serving Starts 5:30 P.M. St. Mary' ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Robert A. Hosklns, 58 N. While** boro St. . _ , . Loren h. Smyers Jr., Berwick. Mrs. Will P. Puckett, 513 Marmaa Dr. , , Joseph J. Gins 'Gfllva. Mrs. Hazel F, Gibson, Wllliams- f 'DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY " Mrs. Larry E. Gtllenwater, Ablng- Mrs^Carl Guenther, 1475 Wlllard St Charles E. Howard, Lake Bracken. Mrs. John W. Madigan, 288 W. Berrien St. , A Mrs. Thomas F. Prior, St. Augustine. , Anthony J. Renk Jr., Chicago. Sandra Richardson, 1066 N. Prairie St. ... Charles E. Umbarger, Abingdon. Mrs. Clyde W. Woods, Monmouth. Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Patricia J. Snook, Wind Crest Acres. Thomas Milward, Abingdon. Mrs. Emma Tingey, 414 N. Cedar St. Oscar F. Tornquist, North Henderson- Mrs. Betty J. Messmore, .153 W. Sanborn St. Mrs. Norma J. Rouse, Bushnell. Mrs. Clara Hornbaker, 349 N. Henderson St.. Mrs. Mildred M. brakes, 1518 Mulberry St. Robert G. Standard, 1410 Russell St. Ralph E. Hensley,-106O E. South St. Rodney N. Garrett, New Windsor. Mrs. Lola W. Allen, 2C8 Fulton St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Miss Janet K. Galbrcath, Galesburg Route 1. W. Frank Shannon 888 Arnold St. Mrs. Marcia L. Anderson, Galva. Leroy E. Heck, Rio. Mrs. Norma J. Trippie, Keithsburg. Mrs. Helen Edwardson and baby, Alpha. Miss Wendolyn M. Lewis, Knox- viJIe. Beveply J. Lovvorn, Monmouth. Mrs. Elsie M. Holt, Altona. Miss Myrtle I. Mahr, London Mills. Kimberly S. White, Lake Bracken. Gregory D. Eatherton, Prairie City. Mrs. H. Jane Stoffel, 1550 Russell Ave. Mrs. Sheila T. Kreighbaun, 1447 N. Broad St. Gilbert Heller, 1582 Beecher Ave. Dale D. Brown, »S|t. Augustine. Kristie K. McGiU Warrensburg, Mo. Mrs. Rosemary Haynes, Gilson. Kapple Kin Hold Reunion WOODHULL - Clair Kapple of Green Rock will serve as president of the Kapple descendants next year. Other officers elected at a reunion in June include vice president Arthur Nelson Jr., of Woodhull and secretary, Mrs. John Webb of Geneseo. Thirty relatives attended the reunion at the Andover legion. They came from Moline, Orion, Geneseo and Green Rock. Canadian Campsites SASKATOON, Sask. (AP)-The Saskatchewan Travel Bureau has published a booklet giving locations of campsites in the province and listing facilities such as kitchens, fireplaces, water and playground equipment available at each site. Regular membership in the United States Golf Association cost $50 a year for clubs with 18 holes or more. RIB SHACK North on Route 150 Now Fully Air Conditioned For carry out lervlc* Call 342-2413 Open Daily at 5 P.M. service. Christened were Stacy Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Robb, and Lori Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wadhams. Mr. and Mrs. La Verne Wad* hams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saylor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Reffett and family, of Altona, and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wadhams and family of North Henderson were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wadhams. The Corral KITCHEN CLOSED TEMPORARILY due to illness. MUSIC MENU "BIG HJT" If you want good music, "we got il." Everett's Tap VVATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again rilE PRAIRIE PARTNERS DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. I SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:3* to 1 A.M. Ho disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-io Window EAGLES STAG PICNIC SUNDAY, JULY 14 KNOXVILLE FAIRGROUNDS 10 A.M. 'til ?? SPECIAL FRIDAY and SATURDAY ll-oz. T- Bone Steak Baked Potato, tour cream or Butter or French Frlei Tossed Salad Roll & Butter CARRYOUTS WELCOME KNOTTY PINE TAP WATAGA DORIS MARSHAL, Prop. New Windsor Legion Post Seats Officers NEW WINDSOR - William Nix* on was installed as commander of the George Norris Post, Ameri* can Legion, Monday night. Leonard Hefley of Viola, commander of the Mercer County post was installing officer assisted by Charles Noyd, also of Viola. Others installed were William Johnson, senior vice commander; Lyle Anderson, junior vice commander; Richard Anderson, finance officer; Arthur Willems, ad-* jutant; L. H. Peterson, chaplain; Larry Johnson, sergeant-at-arms; George Peterson, service officer, and George Roquet, historian. Chairmen named were James McMullen* Americanism; Carl FY Jdhnsoft, baseball; Larry and wli* 11am Johnson, fioys State; Lyle Anderson; ceremonial carl Jdhn* son, child welfare; George Peter* son, gifts to hospitals, and war veterans; William Johnson, pop» py; Joe Hennefent, civil defense^ and L. H. Peterson, grave registrar. The Aug. 12 meeting will be held at. the fairgrounds to set tip the tent for the concession the post will sponsor at the N e v/ Windsor Fair and Horse Show. Servers were Willems, Lyle Anderson, Harlan Peterson and Albert Bredberg. lit Case Of MIAMI (AP)—Businessman Ed Scharp has - a small box on his desk which says "push in case of panic." Push the button and up pops a tiny glass with a tranquilizer pill. NOW PLAYING DOUBLE FEATURE IB IB a most mischievous gi Plus ^•TECHNKOtOR'^ffl^ SHOW STARTS 7:30 Air-Conditioned Adults 65c Child 25c eoMMlTMircsgt. FRIDAY MORNIMG — OPEN 9A .K GRANDPA HAPPY'S SEATS Summertime Pun Show 35c IN P ERSON ON STAGE OR TOT.?, OR ALL ^ DIFFERENT EACH WEEK IM PERSON /SZtiZeJ? GRANDPA HAPPY ^- * ^On£ TV STAR OP CWWVIEL4 -OM THE SCREEN— *THE. LOST PLANET' \ CARTOONS „ J GALORE/ SPEIDEL LP. BRACELETS * FLASH CAMERA * TOYS/PASSES,p0PC0RH A MACDOMAltfSHAMBURGER-^ A£W ROOT BEER-A FREE RIDE AT * GALESBURG AMUSEMENT PARK— AND A FREE QAKAE OP PUTT-PUTT QOLF ft DRIVE-IN 1 ST Exclusive m Galesburg Showing ^ STARTS TODAY Paramount Reims presents JOHN Ml KJEEF From Hawaii to Helloha, the enchanting South Seas explode in TECHNICOIOR THEATRE KNOXViUE THEY'RE AT IT AGAIN! John Wayne and Lee Mavin play two ex-war buddies who can never resist the opportunity to clobber each other in John Ford's Technicolor production of "Donovan's Reef" which opens Us first showing today at the Galesburg Drlvc- In Theater. Watching the mayhem in the comcdy-aclvcnturc are Elizabeth Allen, .Tack Warden, Cesar Romero and Dorothy Lamour. The second action packed hit is "Mystery Submarine," starring Edward Judd. Movie Calendar THtfHIOA*rJUi &.!l n < M 1:00, 81,10 ami 0:00 P,^ ' WESTi "Mutiny on the Bounty," ];3 Q ,4 LM and Bi« P'J*> „ BBlVfe Irli "Mystcrv SubmaMiw" one complete showing rllghtly. Honeybees handle about 80 per cent of all the pollination done by insects. GINNY LEE BOAT EXCURSIONS Laava Burlington at t P.M. (D.S.T.) for • four-hotir Seattle Trip up through Lock II and back to Burlington at • P.M. Cina at Arlon Raiturant. SATURDAY, SUNDAY and HOLIDAYS Call Burlington, Plata 2-292$, collect (or Chariara and Ra»ar* vailon*. .... 1 vi fJr ' f isn't for your Aunt Nellie ... unless she, too, digs the world of femmes for Francs. GREAT FUN I" - Gilbert, Daily Mirror "NAUGHTY IS A NICE WORD FOR 'jRMA LA OOUCE'I FUNNY IT ISI M) " - Hale, Daily Newt "THE FUNNIEST COMEDY SINCE WILDER'S LAST FILM! WACKY...STUDDED WITH GAGSI NOT EXACTLY FOR CHILDREN!"> Peper, World Telegram • "WILDER'S GONE AND DONE IT ...A BRISK AND BUBBLY FILM I" - Crowlher, N.V. Timel MIRISCH COMPANY..EDWARD L. ALPERS0N*.,,*' LEMMON SHIRLEY MaeLaiME "BILLY WILDER'S inMa"Dou@£ HtlUStO THRU UNHID ARTISTS TECHNICOLOR* PANAVISION* | Shown at 1:30, 4:00, 6:30, 9 P.M.| roi ADUITS ONLY- NO ait vfidm > 17 ytan el • gt will b* admlitta COMFORTABLY COOL

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