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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 32

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PAGE THIRTY-TWO Sliprrrockets Could Ilr Fired by IH FRANK C AUi:V AMiW'lat' 1 *! Prcs* Spinier \Vrifrr DKNVKR, Colo iAP> — A now generation of Mipenw-kets. cnp;i- hle of lifting a "convoy" of four multiton sparrships into orbit. could hp ready for a manned expedition to Mars in 1 ?'<•'' if 11l( ' nation decided to make » tr> then, an industrial space technologist said today. The rockets, far surpassing anything the United Stales and presumably even the Soviet Union. now has or is developing, would each range up to 3SO feet in heicht weigh up to nearly 4(1 million pounds, pack thrusts up to 5H million pounds, and be capable ol lofting more than a million pounds Of payload at a time into earth orbit for a subsequent getaway on the highway to Mars. Andrew Kalitinsky of the General Dynamics Corp.. San Diego, Calif., told about it in making the first report on a government-commissioned study to explore possibilities for developing so-called NOVA launch vehicles. NOVA has long been a concept ill the minds of space engineers. Conceived as a possible good bel for manned planetary missions, il would call for a rocket that would make even the Saturn T) man-to the-moon rocket look puny. The Saturn 5 will pack a pound thrust. KaJitinsky reported to a symposium on "the exploration of Mars" that his firm and the Martin-Marietta Corp. of Baltimore have lately come up with some design configurations that look very promising towards achieving practical "hardware" in a relatively short time, if need be. 92'Year-Old Driver Having License Trouble MIAMI, Fla. (APi—Lilian Ten-:. ney, who is 92 and a motorist.) plans to talk with traffic officials I about her lack of a driver's li- | cense. i She has been driving horses and j cars for 70 years and says all tlvs j fuss over her driving status is a lot of folderol. She has a collection of nine unpaid citations and court officials aren't sure what to j do. ! You simply can't go out and ar-, rest a 92-year-old woman ind you; can't have her breaking the law j either, said Richard Brinkeiv court clerk. "Why. I am an expert, unusual- j ly fine driver." said Mrs. Ten.ney. | who uses a crutch. "People sim- j ply keep running into me." j Her 1954 model auto has dents j in the fenders but is clean as .1 i pin. The former teacher said when. she saves a tidy bundle of tickets she mails them to West Miami police with a rjolite little note and a $3 bill. Baffled police forward them to court. "Once 1 sent them $34." she said. "They seem to be such nice gentlemen." The young policemen who frequently give her traffic tickets are very nice, said Mrs. Tenn<>y. who lives alone. "Sometimes we chat, and they ask me how old I am. And they always thank me and give me a ticket." Say Catholic Schools Sare $2.5 Billion Tax WASHINGTON (API — Roman Catholic Chuvch officials said today elementary and secondary Catholic schools are savins the nation's taxpayers more than S2.'i billion a year. In Pennsylvania alone, said the National Catholic WellHre Coherence "Catholic parents . . . ha\v saved their fellow taxpayers a I most S2 billion between 1351 and 1961 by footing the bills for the education of hall a million pupils in Catholic schools." The NCWC speaks for the Roman Catholic hierarcy of the United Stales. The figures were included in a bulky package of press releases, designed to explain the si/e, growth, complexity and problems of the Catholic schools. The NCWC made no mention ol federal aid for parochial schools. although church leaders have been making strong i>tforts lot some time to obtain such aid. If the nation's IK.OOTl-plus Catholic elementary and secondary schools closed down, the NCWC said, it "would require the construction of some ISU.OlId new classrooms; I e a c h e r salaries alone would add another $900 million to the tax burden annually Charles Cle Mark Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clendenny of Mozier observed their aOIJi wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house. They have four children, Mrs. Faye ( »>' a . v Hnc * Mrs. Florence Clements of Wood River, Mrs. Theinia Peuterbaugh of Hamburg, Mrs. Estulene Forgy of Rochport and Larry Clendenny of Atlas. _______ __ Be~aJerTlod~ay, alive tomorrow. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 6; ANNOUNCEMENTS t.KOAl NO I IChS I I (,AI .Mild NO I K K Ol Civil SI-.KVK I I-.XAMINAI ION Promotional wiiltrn fx..inin;inon I'm Ihr no-limn "f llop'iin ('mnnit oiler foi tin- Cilv nf Atinn "ill lie hi'ltl I IIP-,I.n tnnr is li'i.: -it "'iin A.M. Hiaiblr- must i-nni.iri civil SPIV- irr Offn ( ROOM" 10-IA Cilv Mull, hv :i 00 I' M Jnnr I" I Mi. 1 '. C1VII M-HVI'T. COMMISSION Pun Knpprnh.!'. PI . I h:.innan fitv of Xl'nn I.IK.AI. — I, v 1" — INVtl.ATION I OK HIPS 1 he Maili-on Cnuni\ Mi Ihoritv will i (Her. c hid- lnil Ofl'ii r li>i-,ii!-il .11 M Washington street- Ma, nnis until -""0 P M ( ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS -II P I VI HM for ilelivriv in Pni.ifi-i III I.'M i B. f'urran Monica .All'.n llliii'nv tor .1 pc'rind of our vr;u F-'ot furthrr iniormatM.o .nu! >|iri i- fu:;iti(ins rnnt.ii'l P I Briinr-i I.MM uiu c l)i- rrrtoi Mnilison Cniiill;. Huns- iiiK Authority l.l-.ti'M. iMIMK.KS I I (,AL li I. 1 ! L'O — PI HI H M) | |( I- Noiiir i- lion.'ln MhCll ll\ tllC UVK MI-'MORIAI. AI.'H'OR I AI' IIIOHI I'V M.itliMin County. Illinois hat -i I em,HUP Hiiil'jt'i -ind Appro- li.nimi nnlinanrr fot -aul aulhor tv fin 'In- I'iMal MM i hevimiinu turn I li'i,.; mil i-mlii.i; M:iv II. t ha- hcen Jiri'p.n '''I at Hie 'lll'Pi • -, ,11 -he Hn.ini ol i'oninii--ion- M- M| -a:il anlhoiii\ mil \'. II! be on uibl M iii-hn l ion M ' IIP tiimini-t ra inn hm'clini: on the aiipini --ite nil he l-.a-l -Mton-Hi.'tllall" Ro;nl in Ihc ifi'n-p ot -aid aiithorilv tor at Ipasl hiilv da\- prior fo lln puhlii hearnt: hi'iemaftPi -ppi ifipd and lo final ntion ihereon i publM h(\inn.u on -aid Rudupt and \ppropiiation Ordinanee will be held u s 00 P M K I) s. I - on i IK- 'lib la\ nl .Inlv IW.'t .n 'be adniinistra- ion hiiddiilM on the aiipiirl -ite (in IIP liiisi Alton Rplhalto Roiul ill he nfficr of -aill aiithoi its Dated the -ixth da\ ol .tune. Htli.t. Riebaid I Rook, ("haimian I'lvdr HcClcrlia. Seeretar 1 . W'iiliam 1 Miiloney. Trciisuiei I.i-Rov A Ronlono\. Ciniimissnmei Howard W (iolct. (.'oinnii-sionPi Omar R I-\on. i-oinniissioner 2 CARD Or THANKS r,USIA\' W BRANPT-AVe would like to take this means of thanking rill of run tilr-nds. relatives, neluh- hoi; rceen the S nv Ilr Pa-t hair Want Ads "Cl.ICK" Read Tcloe;vapli Wanl Ads Daily ho so kind durinti onr bprpa\'Ciiiont lors A- muses at SI Antho- pital. lionl's I-nncrnl Home. '. . Barrwald. Mrs, Owrn Rein- nrgiinlsl. Mrs. E. J Roen- vni-rtlist. all th(i<e who sent rariN 01 a-slsteri \ \e.i\ . \\"tfr and Son 7 PERSONALS 7 — TF — TL' — TH — SAT RENT C anu'ias protectors, accessories. FOSTER'S DRUG STORE Allnn's Pholo Center. HO 5-258? 2:10 F-:asl Brondwi'v. Alton — fi in ! 18 LOSI—S1RAYED—SIOLEN e\ I IRY DIADA.X TABLETS — (form- etly Dex-A-Dlei). New name, same formula, only flSc. Honke Phar- mnry. s u * PAWIRY SALES or.- an fnetuls. ho were rlip iiu; our iei:ent be- ipill i hose \vhe sent flruvors -i.-t(Mi in anv '.'.'a\ RUMMAGE SALE—Fri., June 7. 9 a.m. to ". Franklin Masonic Tem- plr. 1513 Washington. Olven by Walton Chapter. Eastern Star. PERSONALS 7 - 6/21'63 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Hcln tot the problem drinkers. Men and women HO 5-1612. 7 _ fi .24 ALL TYPES of confidential Investigations Downstair Investigation Service Licensed and bonded. D. A 1 ande-rs. AT S-'llM. Rt. 4. Ed- iviirdsvllle. ; _ (j.14 . LICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal photography. '. E. Burt. 2006 Washington Ave.. Alton. 4R5-7350. SOCIETIES and LODGES K -- BE1HAL1O LODGE NO. 40K AI- & AM—Stated meeting Tliurs,, June G. 7:15 p.m. Annual communication. Election of officers. Visiting breth- p-en welcome. Refreshments. WARREN W. CRESS. W.M. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" LOST—Since Friday, 31st. black cocker spaniel. Please call HO f>-«2IO 10 — 6 ' ' LOST — Billfold. Call CL 4-9498. Reward. 10 — fi . LOST—flo. 2 Iron. Byron Nelson golf club. Mtmy Golf Course. Call HO R-2091. EDUCATIONAL I2A INSTRUCTIONS 12A — 1 4 5 0 7 S 12 13 14 15 18 192(1 21 22 2G MEN — GET THAT JOB OPERATING BULLDOZERS. Graders, Draglines, Bncklioes. and Scrapurs Earn lop wages. We will train you on our equipment. Call WY 4-05;->. 1 i. ASSOCIATED Heavy Equipment Schools. Inc. •311 N. Lindbergh. St. Louis 41, Mo. STRAYED—German shepherd. bies lag 3378. Call HO 5-2823. *«' EMPLOYMENT NOTICES II 11 — (i ANNUAL FISH FRY—Evangelical U. C of C. Church.. 8th & Henry, Friday. June 7. 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Donation Adults $1. Children 60c. Sponsored by Fidelity Class. II — 6-21 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17 — 6 2 MEN—4 hrs. work. Friday. Phone 465-5132 18 MLiLP WANIbO— FbMALB 18 — WIRELESS INTERCOMS and Walkle Talkies for sale. For business or pleasure. Sales and Service Phone HO 5-2421. II YARD WORK T- Plowing, discing, weed and grass mowing. CL 9-1166. Ray Werts. RIDERS IIA HA — ; WANTED — Ride. 2823 Locust—St.. Louts. Call 465-6344. EXPERIENCED alteration lady, for ready-to-wear store. Write Box 520, care Alton Telegraph. GIRLS, LADIES, STUDENTS PART-TIME— Telephone sales work. $1.15 lir. salary to start. Immediate opening. Call 462-0903. 18 — 8 LADY, 16 OR OVER— Learn dining service and food preparation. Ph. 466-2950, Kentucky Home, Chautauqua. III. 18 — 8 WANTED—Babysitter for shiftwork- ers. Prefer stay. Call 466-2841. EMPLOYMENT 18 HELP WAITED — FEMALE LAPY—To do house cleaning one day a week. Monday or Friday. Must have own transportation. CL f)-2999 or HO 3-1082. R%AL ESTATE & INSURANCE OFFICE needs Rirl. part lime, preferably 4 hours per day. and with ox- porlen<.:e in Insurance and bookkeeping. 2i> to 35 years of age Knowledse of shorthand helpful. Please write In own hundwrilliiR Riving a«e, marital stains, dependents, experience, etc. to Box 530, care Alton Telegraph. All replies confidential. 18 — 8 SECRETARY—For educational Institution. Experience preferred. Write Box 353. Alton. 111. listing qualifications, experience, personal history, salary requlremenls, references. 18 — 10 STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS has opening for 3 dealers. Car necessary. 466-1176. 18 — 16 WAITRESSES WANTED—Apply In person. " Robby's Lounge, 290 E. Elm. | Q __ C . .. - - -_••-• ' WANTED—Woman to do light housework and help with Invalid. To stay If possible. Call CL 4-3331 or CL 4-1787. 10 HELP WTD., Male * Femftlt ACCOUNTANT * BOOKKEEPER WANTED — Experience necessary. Also wanted, trainees for terminal managers. Knowledge of transportation field helpful, contact: Jack Short. Pre-Fab Transit Co. Farmer City, III. ^ ,_ ' ATTENTION-TEACHERS Teachers lire needed for summer assignment. Guaranteed Income. For interview, see: E. A. Roberts, Stratford Hotel. Alton. Friday, June 7. in a.m.-or 2 p.m. 19 — 6 • —— BOOKKEEPER—Trial balance and financial statement experience. Salary open. Air conditioned office Insurance benefits, state age, experience, education. Write Box 510. % Telegraph. 19 _ 6 — WANTED — Stenographer, expert- enced, summer opening, will take college student If experienced. Plumber, experienced, license preferred Legal secretary, experienced. Structural draftsman, permanent, college drafting desirable. Waitresses, experienced, days, evenings, weekends, own transportation. APPLY IN PERSON iLLI- N01S STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE, 87 HENRY sf., ALTON. NO FEE CHARGED. I (Classified Continued on Page 87) SAVE YOU CASH! GIFTS FOR PLAID STAMPS! ROUND STEAK ^^i* i_i vi'jy.. ^^^B^^^ AAP'f famous "$up«r-Right" CENTER CUTS . . . Best /or flavor . . . Best for tendernest Mak« it TENDER . . . make it JUICY . . . make it FLAVORFUL . . . make it "SUPER-RIGHT" and be lure! "SUPER- RIGHT" the NATURALLY AGED MATURE BEEF! Sliced Bacon Allgood Brand Special Sal* TOP or BOTTOM Round "Sf: Boneless Boneless Sirloin Boneless Cube Steaks Fresh Ground Beef Boned Ham Polish Sausage Tip or Rump ROAST Right' WAFER SLICED BOILED Max German Brand 99c Large Bologna 99c Dutch Loaf 99c Head Cheese 49c Fish Sticks 59 C Breaded Cod 69c Breaded Ocean Perch or Minced Horn "Super-Right" Sliced Lb. Pickle & Pimiento or Olive Loaf/'Super-Right" Sliced U». or Liver Sausage "Super-Right" Sliced Cap'n John's 10-Oz. Quick Frozen Pkg. 59c Lb. 59c or HADDOCK Cap'n John's Cap'n John's 99^ \/ check the flavor! check the price! famous since 1859 ^riri^MBl^ I LB. LOOSE $100 1 There's o bonus in flavor in every glass of iced Our Own Tea. It's hearty but not heavy, and that positive tea taste stays with H from first sip to last, It's delicious, refreshing and thrifty tool ANN PAGE ANN PAGE PURE '"GoodHouNlMeln}. PRESERVES CHOICE OF: PINEAPPLE, PEACH, APRICOT OR SULTANA STRAWBERRY .00 Jane Parker 8-inch size Jane Parker Spanish Bar Fresh Peach Pie Spice Cake Angel Food Bar Cake Caramel Nut Rolls Danish Butterfly Sandwich Bread Keg. 65c Reg. 43c Reg. 45e Jane Parker Rolls, Jane Parker 43* 49* Jane Parker 31c 24-Di. Loaf ENJOY COFFEE MILL FLAVOR fresh-ground flavor you can't get in a can! KLOCKJ M ZoT EIGHT O'CIOCK iCOfffii mm mm. 3-LB. BAG l< H.59 MB. BAG 55 RICH AND FULL-BODIED RED CIRCLE VIGOROUS AND WINtV BOKAR 61' SAVE 1 Plus ... 00 Redeem Your MELMAC DWNERWARE Coupons 100 when you redeem your mailer coupon and purchase Cartage Melmac, J-piece with 50t $124 Complete* Set Coupon ICO when you redeem your matter coupon and purchaie 2 Ibi. or mare ol Chuck Steaks S- u. 49° 50 when you redeem your mailer coupon and purchase 2 Ibi. of Ann Page Margarine T 0d rn w dii 2 pi^.58 0 when you redeem your mailer coupon ond make purchcuej fo $5.00 or more excluding beer, wine, liquor, tobacco ond freih milk product*. wrtfc the purehate o* DEFEND FREEDOM BUYU.S. SAVING! A&P Macaroni Salad 14-Ot. Buy Bonds Where You Work ... Where You Bank!! Buy an extra bond now during thf "Freedom Bond" drivelH ENRICHED PARKER •SLICED! •DAILY DATED lor FRESHNESS REGULAR 19c each (5 for 95) Save I6« Ifs TWISTED . . . for extra SOFTNESS! Now in new Poly wrapper . -. . easy ro reseal to maintain its fresh goodness. 16-Ox. Loav«f L»ss»r Quantltl** mt Regular Prleml Fresh Peach* ater melons Southern—Kxtra Kiincy tjuality! Just Reduced! Cantaloupes Fresh Pineapple Home Grown Cabbage Extra Fancy JUMBO 23 Size JUMBO 9 Siz. 2 Red Rip* Baauties, 17 to 18 Ib. av* _ guaranteed fo ploaso Ed* Morton Meat Dinners A&P Mixed Vegetables Crestmont Sherbet 99 Reg. 49< -.' 39<* 2^,49" *'S' 69" Charcoal Briquets 20 Lb. Bag 99 Oreo Cookies R«g. 49« ««cfc SAVE lOc during 1-lb. the extra special Pkg. A&P sale!!! 39 CHUNK TUN* A&P Apple Sauce Chicken,;'. Sea Jiffy Plastic Wrap Freshrap Waxed Paper Charmin Tissue 2 '£• 25* 3 'L 01 89* Flav-R-Pac Cut Blu» Lakt 100-Ft, Roll 200-Ft. Roll 39° 2 pks. of 4 ORolls O Green Beans Hi-C Fruit Drinks Libby Tomato Juice Sliced Swiss Cheese Daily Dog Meal 6 Tins IQe Reg. 53c 3 STORES TO SERVE YOU! 411 Piasa St, Alton • Washington Square, Alton • 20 W. Edwardsvtlle Road, Wood River 5^49« I

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