Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, July 11, 1963
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f tttmsbAtf , 11, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGftAPtt PAGE SEVEN Deluxe 12 TRANSISTOR PORTABLE frOH Mar.. tteceptlon you wouldn't believe front such a tiny radio i Corhplete with case, en.rplionn nnd Complete r PRfSCR/PT/ON DRUG- STORES SAVIHGS WHIM YOU SHOP OUR*. PRICES GOOD TONITE THRU SUNDAY 323 Belle St. 508 W. Delmar Alton Plata WiUhire Village Washington Square NEW! ftEALTONE SPORTSMAN ' Mat, MtJiUMK* 6 TRANSISTOR RADIO Complete With Cn.ic, and ftatler.V. Only DOUBLE EAGLE STAMPS WITH EVERY PRESCRIPTION •:-<: MASTER CHEF DELUXE Barbecue Wagon Complete Smoltor Wilson with I8'x28' Flrehowl. Chromo cookliiH srlil nd- Juals with lift lover. Mood with see thru window, motor spit & moat forks. Hnndy front ttible. Grny and orutiBC finish. ST. JOSEPH CHILDREN'S ASPIRIN C COLGATE FLUORIDE TOOTH PASTE 1C MENNEN PUSH BUTTON DEODORANT C HAZEL BISHOP LIPSTICKS IN WEDGWOOD BLUE CASE Very Special STAINLESS STEEL REG. 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COLONIAL WHITE AND BRASS with HOBNAIL SHADES POLE LAMP White enamel pole with brass finish center section. Floor- to-ceillng adjustable. White plastic hob - null shades resemble authentic milk- Blass. COMPARE AT $14.05 Charges Embassies Arc Grossly Overstaffed n.y BEN P. MEVEU WASHINGTON (AP)—Look Into : ny U.S. embassy in the world, xeepl perhaps in areas of Africa vhere things are not too com- ortable, and what do you see? Attaches, administrators, reha- illtators, military men, informa- ion specialists and men tielng up oose ends—"far too many peo- ile." This, at least, is the way things ;eem to Ellis O. Briggs, 63, who las set Washington abuzz with his ibservations about the diplomatic missions he served for 37 years. He expressed his views in an nterview, and also in testimony o a Senate subcommittee on na- ional security staffing and opera- .ions, headed by Sen. Henry M Jackson, D-Wash. Many embassies, Briggs says could do with half or less of their stuffs. In nearly every case the people are loyal, conscientious ;md hard working. "It's just tha there are far too many o them," Briggs says. "They clutte HOME USE Not a Toy— Hut a Truly Precision Built Muohlue Complete-* 3-SPEED TOASTMASTER 20" BREEZE BOX FIQOR or WINDOW FAN VASES FROM ITALY l 2SQFT, 3 INCH Recording Tape,.49c HI-MEP'LOW SPEEDS Cools Up To $ Rooms \\ Quart Plustio DIAPERETTE With Deodorizer Well III Mil. 8.08 VulvjQ A wide'vari- ety of shapes and colors, Only Unusual designs of great beauty antT taste freely adapted from masterworks af-AtUo and otherprlmltlva & Pre'Cglymbian art. Junior Women Of District Plan Projects JERSEYVILLE — Projects for he Junior Women's Club o! the 20th District worn announced at he 20th District hoard meeting in Ashland Tuesday with several members of. the Jerseyville Club n attendance. Among the projects will be "Mental Health," "Scholarships for Teachers of Exceptional Children," nnd "Improvements in Radio, TV and Motion Pictures." Mrs. Alfred Beiermann of Jerseyville, immediate past district junior director, gave a report on the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs convention held in Chicago in M.-ty and Mrs. Pat Dowling, district junior director, reported on the hoard meeting held in Chicago in June which she attended. up the Premises. Mrs . Pau| Wooc , Si t 20th Dis _ Briggs added Uiat about 30 per . ' . , ,, , r , , „!„,.. tricl president of Beardstown, was cent of the over-staffed embas . ' ' . . , , . .... . „„ chosen Club Mother for the com- s es are headed by political ap- , . . . ... . . . ,.' I ng year. She s sate chairman po ntees as "inexperienced in dip- * J ,. 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 j 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, tieing up loose ends, as they explain it to you." TV and motion picture committee. The fall meeting of the board will be held in September at the home of Mrs. Mark Rintoul, a past president of the Jerseyville Junior Woman's Club. Attending the Board meeting from Jerseyville were; Mrs. Eldon Kanallakan, president of the Jerseyville Club, Mrs. Alfred Beiermann, Mrs. Mark Rintoul, Mrs. John Pero and Mrs. Richard Gubser. Plan leu Crcarn Social JERSEYVILLE — The Band Boosters of the Jersey Community High School band will sponsor an ice cream social Friday evening held in conjunction with the weekly Band concert on the courthouse lawn. Home From Visit JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Russell Warner have returned from a two weeks visit in Manito, Colo, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cox. Mrs. Cox resided at the Warner home while she operated the Eileen Shop in Jerseyville. Mr. Warner resumes his duties Monday as executive vice president of the Jersey State Bank. Attend Concert •JERSEYVILLE—Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sears and son, Ronnie, went to Charleston Sunday to attend the concert given by the group attending the music, camp at Eastern Illinois University and brought home some of the members of the Jersey Community High School band who spent the week mere. They daughter, Teresa, was one of the local students at the camp. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily IN JUST 15 MINUTES IF YOU HAVE TO SCRATCH YOUR ITCH, Your 4Sc back at any drug store. Quick-drying ITCH-ME-NOT deadens the Itch and burning. Antiseptic action kills germs to speed healing. 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