Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 24, 1963 · Page 3
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June 24, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 3

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MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE THREE The Air Show Kept Things Humming--and Eyes Up RIBBON PICK UP BY INVERTED PLANE Harold Krier, a member of the National Air Shows, is shown as to pick up a ribbon strung between two polls. he flies his bi-plane in an inverted position, 50 feet off the ninway TO AIRPLANE TRANSFER A siimt man called "Red" Diggit is airplane by means of a rope ladder. The shown after he transferred from a ear was travelling about 90 mph at the speeding automobile to a J-3 Piper Cub time of the transfer. I SPY A small boy looks through a telescope at airplanes performing . stunts at the air show. His little sister (not m , , , - nnn shown) stood nearby Four F-100's of the Missouri Air Na- air show. The planes were about l.UUU waiting impatiently tor tional Guard are shown as they flew feet off the ground at that time, her turn at the glass. over Civic Memorial Airport at Sunday's F-iOO JETS FLY OVER CROWD VIEWS AIR SHOW EVENTS Men with binoculars, boys with soda, and women with large hats through precision stunts, watched with mouths agape as pilots maneuvered their airplanes. CROWD AS SEEN FROM TOWER A portion of the crowd at Sunday's air show is north-south ninway. Airplanes on display are shown shown lined up along a fence about 200 yards from the in front of a taxiway. 8-by-lO Tent Stolen from Residence Yard Theft of an 8-by-10 foot wall-tent from the sideyard at his home, 1002 College Ave. was reported to the police today by Earl Wright. The tent, he told police, was one used by his grandchildren. They had been sleeping in the tent until the last two nights when the weather became too cool; hence, it was unoccupied when taken last night. Near the tent, Wright found a knife, one apparently dropped when the tent was taken. Police described it as a "fish knife." Shortly before noon, Mrs. Ag- ; ties Wcgeseheide of North Rodgers informed police of I he theft of a child's tricycle from her yard. Because the location was outside the city, the report was relayed to the sheriff's office, police said. ABIDJAN — Warehouses are being built in the Ivory Coast EFFECTIVE JULY 1, '63 THE STATE OF ILLINOIS REQUIRES THAT yNJNSJJHED^MOTORIST PROTECTION BE OFFERED~WITH AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE! YOU!! ALREADY HAVE THIS PROTECTION IF YOU PURCHASED LIABILITY COVERAGE UNDER OUR GOLDEN KEY POLICYI No Membership Fee Robert E. Miiehleman Office BO 0-5551 After 5 p.m. HO 2-1387 MILLERS' MUTUAL Pl> ILLINOIS N»URANCB HOMI •USINEtf ~fhere ti a wade-to-order gift toaimy for ifw at our CkarleA ^ the ffitj Seautif &at> dwty cufCMtotSeautH Week hue 24th th/-</2Xth /t 4 *# < •^ Come in and meet ^our New York Salon Representatives and receive, with any purchase you make*. . . a three months supply of made -to -order face powder. Enjoy a personal and complimentary consultation on all your skin care and make-up needs and take home your personal beauty analysis chart *Only one to a customer. With Charles of fhe flitz Purchases Only REPRESENTATIVE MISS DORTHEA BIGGS Clark* o! tl

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