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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Religion in Schools Faces Court Challenge MIAMI. Fla., CAP) — A professed agnostic and a group of Jewish leaders meet on common Ri-ound in a Miami courtroom to-, president of Boys' Town of 1111- M, Jacobv AgainHeads Boys'Town Monte Jaeoby was re-elected day to challenge the constitution- nois at the annual meeting of ality of religious practices In pub- the directors Saturday at Graf- lie scliools. iton. Two civil actions will attempt i Also re-elected were Mrs. Panto hnll Bible rending in class- : line Rinaker, vice president. rooms, required by Florida law. • Carllnvilte. and L. E. Shear- An injunction Is sought in one burn, treasurer. suit against classroom prayers, j Jfly R ^j^ vvas e]cc(ed hymn singing, baccalaureate pro- secre | ar y crams, use of religious symbols, ' ' ' and observances of religious boll- davs surh as Christmas and ' CLOUDY AND WARMER Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected tonight in the Middle Atlantic states, western New England, and Ohio valley, the Lakes area, the central Mississippi Valley, the Southern tier of states from the southern Rockies to the eastern Gulf coast and in the northern Plains. Fog and drizzle is forecast for the north Pacific coast. (AP Wirephoto Map) Annunl reports were rend al the meeting and a discussion' was led by Larry Dnvldson. I " The''other ease was brought' ^airman of the Boys'Town ro- j by Harlow Chamberlin, a Dade j de ° RockyHeads forChicago, At Odds With Party Weather Forecast Alton and vicinity; Partly cloudy and little warmer today and tonight with a few periods ,„,,,, t .u County resident who said he I Tlle rodeo wl » be held nt 1ne wants to raise his children in a i River " OU8 , e Farms at Godfrey. non-religious atmosphere. He | 8 i Aug. 2? and 28. The star xvlll be backed by the Florida Civil Lib- Duncan Renaldo, "The Cisco erties Union. - I Kid". A Jewish spokesman said his! Boys' Town of Illinois is 11- group's list includes Hanukkahj censed by the state as a home programs. He explained: "Thei f °r neglected and dependent Competition Winners Announced In competition B« Alton Public Schools Stadium beginning Stfn- day night *t 6, the Slack Knights of fcellpvlllp won first place »n drill corps competition. The Piasa Indians nnll Team won flr*t place In drill team competition. The Black Knights won with 90.2 points out of a possible 100 points. Second place went to the Phantom fleglment of Rockford, 111., with 85.95 points. The Cedar Rapids, IOWH. Cadets were third place winners. Each team had eight minutes to perform Its routine. Other competing drill corps were: American Woodmen Cadets of St. Louis; the Bellettes of Belleville; and the Mlllstadt TWO HAPPY PEOPLE crusaders from Millstadt, 111. complaint also objects to Jewish religious observances on the ground the public schools should By ROBERT T. GRAY CHICAGO (API — Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller headed for this convention city today, at odds with fellow Republicans on several points including his refusal to second the nomination of Vice President Richard M. Nixon at! the GOP National Convention. i Every current sign points to Nixon's nomination by acclamation at the convention, which opens.July 25. But Rockefeller, hailed by Republicans as a bright, new light in the party after his upset election victory in New York in 195& Cuba Swing To Reds SlowsDown By STANFORD BRADSHAW WASHINGTON (AP) - Cuba's of showers or thundershowers j ^ free O j a n sectarian intrusions, | during the late afternoon or eve- no matt er what the religion." ning. High temperature this af-| Regarded as one of the most jlernoon in the middle 80s. Lovvj s j gn jf| can t test cases affecting tonight 65-70. Tuesday partly I religious liberty and separation of cloudy with occasional thunder-| cnurc h and state in recent years, showcrs'and continue^ warm. High in mid 80s. Extended Forecast Illinois — Temperatures will Jewish action is expected to be carried to the U.S. Supreme Courl ultimately. "Religion in the home, in the church and in the synagogue boys between the ages of 8 and! 15 who are free of physical and; rriental handicap. Boys are ad-! milted Ihrough county courts j and the current enrollment isj 14. During the past seven years! more than 300 boys have been; rehabilitated and placed in fos-| ter homes. lllinoisans HYANNIS, Mass—Jacqueline Kennedy's face lights up as she greets her husband, Sen. John F. Kennedy, as he returned to Cape Cod last night after winning the Democratic presidential nomination in Los Angeles. Asked what she and her husband said to each other on phone after his victory Mrs. Kennedy said at time "We were just two happy people." (AP Wirephoto) Kennedy Gets Welcome Relurm loAllon ' • } BuysMusicStorc In Big GOP Stronghold »„;,•„«,.» swing toward the Soviet Union .appears to be slowing under pres average 3 to 5 degrees below normal. Normal highs 83-89 in north, 88-91 south. Normal lows G3-66 in norlth, G-4-72 in south. Slight cooling trends in midweek,! serve incomparably to ennoble 'jthe spirit of mankind," said Leo! 17' ... T} ~ *!***-£ ~11 **,. IJPfeffer of New York, general | * Or Rockefeller counsel of the American Jewish B.v G. MILTON KELLY ( HYANNISPORT, Mass. (AP)—| Sen. John K. Kennedy, the Demo-] i cratic presidential nomi- j o j DECATUR, III. (AP)—Two llli-1 nee, sought seclusion today in this! Religion in the public schoolsj 110 ' 8 d(? l e & ates ' to the Republican j rock-ribbed Republican home ofj ;• S.JT™ St,?K! ^"L&'-ver, -rves only to harass!!National Convenlion^Sunday denied | his youth after an overwhelming su ,. e from jts Latjn American | will : average • one^uarter to one- 1 and - aril "disbcate"" children"^ i a claim that N ™ Yol ' k 9 OV . Nol-; welcome that almost brought half '" dl . «"hough locally hcav- has kept himself out of this main--]. ncj hbors dj|omats sajd tod ,.,„,,. stream of Republican activity. i „„ . iier in scattered thundershowers,: , , ... ! They pointed to: a recent slate- n -,.,j n i v ,,., t .\ v \ n wnp k Although agreeing that Nixon , ,.. . .__ ^.. L ,„_,.., „. . mainly cany in \\PPK. "for all practical purposes wholesome dassroom i s ment by a top Cuban official that! *. the Cubans woujd fjgh[ any the nominee, Rockefeller has kept, , < to make , heir is]and R Sov .j CdthollCS III hi*t^0alf /-trwm tf\ *a Hf af+ Qrtma '•. ... ~ . ^^•^»w/«' • w w v »--^ •_» *> - »• himself open to a draft. Some , ct sate , ljte Cuba , s apparent re . think his arrival today with a large <:orps of advisers and consultants marks'the beginning of a last-ditch effort to win the nomination. New York Neutral treat form veiled threats against j the U.S. Naval Base at Guan-i lanamo Bay, and Havana's mildj reaction to a proposed review of; threats to Western Hemisphere; ! unity. Anti-Red Cuba Demonstration (son Rockefeller has made heavy!tears to his eyes. h jinroads in the Illinois delegation.; Kennpdy fi ew back Sunday ships. i " Just as a SU ess ' rd sa y Rocke -i night from Los Angeles, scene of "The injury done by seclarian- j f «" ller would be likelv to 8 et ^'.Ms national convention victory, ism in the schools is thus directed i two or throe voles oul of lho dc>l(1 -1 Police Chief Albert R. Hinckley both against the basic principle of jgation." Clarence A. Nebel of Clin-| pstimated the crowd greeting himja city the sixe of St. Louis," said the shop for several years. Tells Legion Danger of Communists lere Willoughby Sundin. former! re- manager of Lytton's who turned to Alton after : transferred to Chicago, ; business here again. Sundin announced ihis morn i Judges of the evening eompp- Itition were Harry Robertson, Si. llxjuis comrnnnder of the All American Drum and Bugle Corps. Assn.; Frank Caveny, South Milwaukee; Grant Bolt/.. Milwaukee; Charles Sailers, 'St. Charles. Mo.; Donald Hollgreve, St. Charle*. Mo.; Vernon Berl/e. St. Louis County. Trophies were awarded in the afternoon to winners of competition in Ihe parade in band, drill corps, drill teams and color guards. Winners in the bund division were: first place, Alton Muny being|Rand; sot-ond pl;ire. Wood Rive- is in i \TUny Band; third place. Air Force Band. Drill corps winners were; ing he had purchased the Ripp- Black Knit'lits. first place. Phan- 'ley Music Shop on West Fourth 1 torn*, second place, and Ameri• Street and had taken over Fri- can Woodmen, of St. Louis, thiid day. place. ' The purchase of the business In drill team competition the was made from Svm Kurt/., a piasfl Jndi «" s « >ni<)l> *«wp ol "Six communists could destroy St. Louisa n who has operated Alton uon fir ; sl P |a|lfl Hnd thfl religious liberty as guaranteed by our Constitution and against the innocent child forced to participate in religious practices that contradict and countermand everything he has been taught at Rockefeller is chairman of thej The oteerva tions came as the 96-vote New York convention delegation, which he so far has held neutral. He may clarify his position today at a news conference, scheduled to be televised live in Organization of American States prepared to give final approval by an overwhelming vote to a call for its foreign ministers to meet to consider menaces which affect the East at 6:15 p.m. EDT. hemisphere solidarity, the region al system, and democratic principles Rockefeller will appear Tuesday before a committee drafting the 1960 Republican platform. The committee, headed by Charles H. Percy, Chicago business executive, will organize Tuesday morn- Ing. Sen. Thruston B. Morton of Kentucky, Republican national chairman, and Sen. Barry Gold- HAVANA (AP)-"Cuba si, Rus-. home or at his house of worship," sia no!" shouted crowds of Ro-iPuffer said, man Catholics after an anti-Corn-1 Chamberlin contends munist mass Sunday at Havana's Pressures constitute an "indirect ton said. 'reached 50,000 or more. Citizens • L. C. Martin, Champaign County | and vis j t ors in this Cape Cod re- GOP chairman and a convention : sort area provided one of the delegate, said he doubts that ; ga y es t receptions in memory with Rockefeller's slrength in Illinois I shou ts, handshakes, a jazz band could go above 10 delegate votes. and banners The 22nd District delegates were | Kennedy . g ' beautiful wi{p , Jac . commenting on an announcement; h&d remalned home social 'n New York Saturday by Jack,^ , he ^.^^ because cathedral. It was the most spectacular anti-Red demonstration since Prime Minister Fidel Castro's regime took the turn to the left. - expects a child met him at and subtle compulsion" on his Rockefeller . pommtt^e. | the door ^ his chartered plane children to observe and partici-i Barnes said 46 of Illinois 60 dele- wjth g . and gome wnis p ere6 pate in classroom religious ac-H ates now are in &e Rockefeller ; tivity. It was a switch from the "Cubaj The 21-nation OAS Council ; si! Yankees no!" chanted by Cas-j meet today to approve Peru's 'tro's followers on every occasion. 1 , resolution for the ministerial 1 Churchgoers vented their feelings! A rousin e cheer went "P f , rorn crowd as Kennedy, speaking J J USS meeting. | against the government trend aft-1 Diplomatic sources at the United ^ er a mass dedicated to "victims! Nations said another resolution \ of Communist persecution." | I camp. Nebel and Martin added their observations to that of Charles | jCarpentier, Illinois secretary of lover a public-address system at state and a delegate. Carpentierjthe Barnstable Municipal Airport said Saturday about Barnes 1 an-Hooked out misty eyed. "I loved California, but it's good to come back to Cape Cod," he said. "I'm delighted to be said two or three here—I'm delighted to be nomi- nouncement: "He doesn't know what he's talking about." Carpentier dealing with Cuba—a charge by A handful rf hecklers had to be! NEW ORLEANS, La. UPl — An|Illinois delegates have a leaning nated." the Havana government that the; rescued by a police car when they!all-Negro jazz concert ended in toward Rockefeller but that the, perhaps in recognition that this water of Arizona also will appear ^ United S(ales is guilty of econ . j shouted "Cuba si. Yankees no!" :a near riot in which bricks, bot- delegation will be solid for Vice; wa s an audience heavily weighted before the committee Tuesday. , omic agg ,. ess j on _ may be relayed at the throng which poured into,ties and other debris were show-1Richard M. Nixon at the conven- !w ith Republicans, he soft-pedaled Rockefeller will urge the com-j to the OAS. i Cathedral Square after the mass.ie re d on policemen attempling toltion. mittee to adopt his views on sub-! UN ,. P p res< i n t a tjvps from Ar- '> Mon and women pounded on the restore order. jects ranging from nuclear test-j genljna and Ecuador were expect-! police car with fisls and P°cket-; A do/rn patrol cars answered j delegation Ts solidly in favor of roa d ahead." Apolitical talk, declaring simply, Martin agreed Sunday thai the "We have a long and arduous ing—he wants it resumed—to medical care for the aged which he thinks should be handled through existing social security machinery. On these and several other points he is in conflict with the national Republican administration. He has said much has been left undone in the fields of civil rights, national defense and foreign policy, among others. No Endorsement ed to propose the move today, ^ ooiks] as the ^ hecklers • were es-;the call at municipal auditorium j Nixon, when the Cuban resolution goes before the Security Council. corted to In an open car, he drove a cir- last night as an estimated 5,000 He said one delegate proposed cu itous S'/i-mile route in a motor- Two uniformed but unarmed persons milled about the build-1 at a state GOP delegation caucus ] cade that started out with eight 50 Cuba's U.N. complaint accuses militiamen got tne same treat-i ing after the concert was halted.! in Chicago last week that the official cars and ended with the United States of attempting i nM>nt and llad to be rescued byi The crowd pressed in as the i caucus go on record for Nixon. i j n the line by the time it reached what Havana called econom i C police. • ! police arrested seven Negroes,! However, Martin said Gov. SU'at-| t i ie gates of his summer h°ni< Prime Minister Castro, reported; including rock'n' roll singer ton vetoed the idea. Ihere. strangulation through government . . actions related to sugar and oil. mending after a lung infection,; Jai ; k |p Wilson. Represenlatives of 17 countries; continued silent as the horny diS- said the disturbance be- "The governor said it was not the policy in the Illinois delegation in addition to Peru approved the:P utc ' between his regime and the 8 an when or| e of the 12 officers)and that each delegate would call for the OAS ministers' meet--United States moved into world i assigned to the concert caution- j free to make his own choice at the, ing. Mexican and Venezuelan rep-j and regional organizations. - ed onp of the entertainers not j convention," Martin said. j resentatives. awaiting instructions! Cuban Foreign Minister Raul to leave the sta S e a " d mingle j Martin said he understands that) ^UU TT11 111 be Jason Holloway 111 In Toledo Hospital Rockefeller has refused con-j {rom thpir governmentS| did not iRoa was to present a two-hour ! with the audience. sistently to endorse Nixon or state without qualification whether he thinks the vice president is fully qualified to become president. In a television interview in New York Rockefeller said he had turned down an invitation to second Nixon's nomination. He declined to say who extended the invitation. Rockefeller repeated his long-standing statement he would not become an active candidate for the nomination or accept second place. This refusal to endorse Nixon or accept second place has touched off GOP charges Rockefeller IB a divisive influence in the party. Goldwater, a leading conservative and frequent Rockefeller critic who has some backing of his own for the presidential nomination, said in Phoenix, Ariz., he would ask delegates friendly to him to support the party's conservative wing if a convention fight developed. Goldwater mentioned no names, but it was understood that he would support Nixon over Rockefeller. vote on the council call at a pre-1 complaint against the United I At Ulut P° int - officers said, the liminary session Saturday in!Slates in the U.N. Security Coun-i other band members started icil today, charging U.S. economic j Jumping off the stage and throw- Washington. The one-sided expression of opinion in the Saturday meeting was interpreted as strong Latin American aversion to Soviet interference in hemispheric affairs. Cuba was not mentioned specifically by and military aggression against ing things al the policemen. name in the resolution but is the council, Argentina : obvious target as the beachhead ' wuaoor. planned to propose re- j for Soviet influence in the Western -. tem "8 tlll> d '*P"« p to tll( ' Organization of American States. The Havana Communist newspaper Hoy said any altempt to I place the Cuban-American dispute ''-•' " " than the Castro's revolution. U.S. Ambas- " Then everything broke loose," sador Henry Cabot Lodge had aj said police. "Everybody j n the one-hour defense ready. j audience jumped up and joined After the exchange of speeches,! in the me lee." the two Latin American members' Charges against those arrested and i ranged from attempted murder re _jto assaulting officers an of the Rockefeller but that he does not; nocKoeuer uui win ne «u» ™j Hogpltal . Toledo, Ohio, accord- think R o c k f e 11 e r has much , ra „„,. strength. The Associated Press surveyed the Illinois delegates in May and June, and none of them declared themselves for Rockefeller. The thirty-five who replied to questionnaires were in favor of Nixon. Bov, 9. Rides Bike Output, Income Marks Break'lns Reported In Godfrey Area FDWARDSVILLE-Two break- ins were reported in the Godfrey area sometime during Friday night or Saturday, it was said at the sheriff's offic* today. Entry to the home of Mr. and Mr* Cliff Garstang, Belmont Village, was gained by breaking 9 Window on the east side of tin house, one report said. Noth- lug was found to be misting, AfKlttt* indicated Bob itirilz. also of Godfrey, reported to deputies that someone hM ftolen a kitchen cabK Del (mn Me vacated home during tiM UttM The house was VJMMl fcMiUse H had been <Um««M to $e ' ecent storms. Edwiiwiiic Into Automobile EDWARDSVILLE-A 9-year-old boy apparently escaped serious, injury Sunday afternoon after ho ix>de his bicycle into an automobile at E. Union and Klein streets, officer Maxwell Bratten reported today. The boy, Dwight E. Brown, 3tt Pino St., was examined by a local physician after the accident. Driver of the car was Anthony J. Witt, 56. of 825 Ann St. Bratten said that the boy came i out of an alley on E. Union St. land ran into the cur. before the OAS rather I U.N. was a trap. WASHINGTON _ Cuban Defense Minister Rauljtional output and income for 1959 Auxiliary to Meet GODFREY—The Auxiliary of the Godfrey Volunteer Fire De partment will meet tonight, 7:30 (AP)-The Na-jat the No. 1 Fire Station. Castro, Fidel's brother, arrived in | should reach record levels, the Moscow Sunday. He is believed | government says in a new 'fore- to be seeking more economic and | cast. military aid fj-pm the Soviet Un-i ----- ------- — ------ion. It was considered likely his'"!"™ alive and the u "ited States visit also would include discus- i VI " not tole|i ate Communist inter- sion of Soviet Premier Nikitaj fe !' pnce ln Latin American Khrushchev's plans to visit Cuba i airs< soon. ' Khrushchev already has pledged help for the island nation in its dispute with the United States. The U.S. administration In turn has warned the Communists that the Monroe Doctrine is still very af- The group will make plans for a bake sale which they will have in conjunction with a fish fry which the firemen will have later this month and in early August. Chemicals is the largest single industry in New Jersey. ing to his niece, Miss Clara Holloway, 9 Sullivan Dr. She said her uncle, retired from American Smelting & Refining Co., had left July 11 foj- Toledo, on vacation, and was taken ill. He was admitted to the hospital for surgery, she said. Members of his family have gone to his bedside. Mr. Holloway would like to hear from Alton friends, she said. He is a deacon at Union Baptist Church. Film Star Couple Has First Child LUZERN, Switzerland (AP) — Actress Audrey Hepburn Sunday gave birth to her first child, a 9-pound boy. Her husband, actor Mel Ferrer, said the boy will be named Sean. Miss Hepburn is -31. Thomas A. Younglove, former! Sundin undercover agent for the FBI,| maintain told the 5th Division American!in the business for the time be- Legion Convention banquet at I ing. until he becomes better ac- said he intended to the existing pattern DuQuoin Drill Team was second. Wood River Kgyptiannaires Hotel Stratford, Saturday night. Younglove's topic vvas "The Red Army inside the USA." He said the communists are in the U.S. to "Bring about a success- quainted with it. competition and Venice-Madison 'Color Guard vvas second. In jun- ;ior color guard competition the ful revolution." He said: "In the!,, world, our freedom has not been Sundin is the second former i chain clothing store manager within two years to return to the city after being transferred way. Sundin was moved to Chicago destroyed, it has been suppress- by Lytton's when that firm sold ed. If we really try, we can bel it ' s store here to Myers Bros, of free. We are a silent partner to| Sp| .j n g fie i (1 . He was assigned as; communism if we know about it,, a buyer for the Lytton firm.' but do nothing about it." 1 working out of the Chicago of-! Many at the dinner asked ques-if icPi representing eight stores! lions after Younglove finishedjj n the Chicago area. his speech. A Legionnaire asked if .the -communists *wa'tct eacn other. Ybunglovecsaid: 'They are always watched. If there were two communists left in the world, they would watch each other'' Another question: "Are the undercover agents of the FBI known to each other?" Pressure From Soviet Brings Oil Price Cut NEW DELHI, India ff -~ Uner pressure from Soviet offers to He and Mrs. Sundin both became homesick for AltorK He resigned his Lytton's job amljsell India oil at a cut rate, the couple returned here to hunt j Standard Vacuum Oil Co. an- for a business they could buy jnounced today a substantial re- Less than two years ago Shduetion offer by the second of Arkell, assigned here as man- three Eastern oil companies that ager of Bonds' clothing store import from Persian Gulf sources when it purchased Hartmann'*. iatid refine here. Burmah Shell "They are not. Sometimes we' re t urn ed to Alton and now i.vhad offered to cut import prices feel that we know that another 'operating "Si's" appliance shop 71., per cen t Du t tne government fellow may be an undercoverjon Belle street. He had been,does not consider this enough, agent, but we never try to find | transferred away from here by The main purpose of the reduc- out," Younglove sadi. A wo-i Bonds. lions is to enable the Indian gov- man asked how many commu-| Sundin said he probably would ernment to save sterling, which nisLs it would take to destroy the have his formal opening soin city of St. Louis. She was refer- time next month. ring to the part of Younglove's speech where he said he and rT _ ^,. , ,, . , others were trained to destroy! U 2 V lights Fro Vide cities. Younglove said it would! TT . . . tako tax communists to destroy! Valuable Information St. Louis. They would be trained FREE PARKING PORTHI UPPER ALTON CUSTOMERS AT THI COUf 91 AVI. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH LOT 2600 BLOCK—COUIOI AVI. The Upper Alton Butineetmen's Anoci«*ion i» proud and hippy to *dd *hi$ Free Parking Service for itt m*ny fine CUftomerf. GIRLS BETWEEN 16ond?l-3ond5!ENTER "Miss Wilshire BEAUTY CONTEST WINNER WILL BE OFFICIAL "HOSTESS" FOR "MALL" EVINTS > Trophies/ • Wardrobes/ • Plaques! PRIZES FOR ALL ENTRIES ENTRY BLANKS AT ALL FIFTEEN WILSHIRE MALL ASSOCIATION MEMBERS F1NALS-7:30 P.M., SATURDAY, JULY 23td • BE SURE TO ENTER! 6p 00 ,o;.d by, WILSHIRE MALI •UilNUIMtN ASSOCIATION t how to destroy natural gas, electrical, power, telephones, etc. The banquet was attended by more than 140 persons. Former Mayor Thomas W. Butler, master of ceremonies, introduced Mayor P. W. Day; Lloyd Tribble, convention chairman; Norman Bleble, 5th Division commander; Mrs. Michael Healey, president of American Legion Auxiliary, Department of Illinois; Mrs. Ona Brown, president of 5th Division Auxiliary; and others. The Rev. William R. Kim- Elm Street Presbyterian Church, gave the invocation and led the National Anthem. The Rev. Father James Suddes, St. Mary's Church, gave the benediction. John H. Geiger, Commander American Legion, Department of Illinois, had trouble with airplane and was unable to be present for the oanquet. He did reach Alton, Sunday, so that he is badly needed for economic development. The amount of the Stanvac cut is undisclosed, but Indian sources indicated it is much greater than Burmah Shell's. The Stan- vac annnouncement said the new WASHINGTON (AP) — Flights ' Jrice was "substantially lower by U2 planes have provided sci- and wil1 be ' ul 'y competitive." ence with valuable information of ™ 8 apparently referred to the the kind of global fallout a nuclear P>' ice at which the Soviet Union war Anight produce, the govern- ta offering oil. ment reports. The Iqw-ringed planes of the type downed by the Soviet Union last May 1 are still gathering information in their high altitude sampling program. After the tempest stirred up by the tyay Day spy plane flight, the government announced that such flights over the Soviet Union had been discontinued. A report on the high-altitude sampling program was released Sunday night by the Defense Department. It voiced the govern' ment's thanks for the right to conduct U2 flights over Argentina, Canada, Mexico, Venezuela, Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay. The bird company, Caltex, is reported offering a reduction also. Hair fashion — lull /eminine so/fnesi with this year's "Beloved Look" gave a short address at the bus- ness meeting. 4TH A PIASA ALTON IN THI ALTON-WOOD RIVIR ARIA IF IT ISN'T LIKE THIS IT If NOT FUIXSTIBL! ""NEATH BSPORE YOU IUY INSIST ON LOOKING UNDER. YOUR UVIN9ROOM FURNI. TURE. THI 0 IN U IN 11 COMI TO IAU OJMI MMrfty Wtt» Uatil f MISS JOYCE PARRISH Portrait by Sravemann MONTICELLO PLAZA Dial HO 6-3114 for your appointment AUoui 4ltwi

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