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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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MONDAY, JULY 15, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MCMMfe Price Urges Action for Soviet's Captive Nations ftef). Melvln Price, (D-IH) today urged approval of a. proposal for n special House Committee on the CnpHve Nations Held by the Soviet Union. Joining the minimi House observance of Captive Nations Week ~- ft week act nslde by presidential proclnmntlon to acknowledge the plight of cnptlve nnd satellite victims of Soviet imperialism — Price said the time had come for "another step to express our Interest." The special committee he proposed Is the subject of a resolution of which he is n co-sponsor and which has been referred to the Committee on Rules. "We seek to discover means by which the people of this land can assist the present generations of Ihe Captive Lands and stimulate them by ppaceful process to know DISCOUNT! WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-00 K, Broadway Special lot of Latfles' Shoos, values to $5.00 —all honlg, all sices, but not. In all stylos. Pair FORTY ODD By Peg Bracken and Red Lull they are not forgotten," Price said on (he House floor. "We seek no War bill a way to help, as we have stimulated nnd helped many struggling peoples In the past." The East St. Louis congressman continued: "We must not make the mistake of believing that the monolithic Soviet system Is Impregnable. Indeed,'If there are cracks and strains apparent today It is because they were inherent." The Soviet Union is the only power to emerge from World War II, Price's resolution pointed out, with expanded "Imperialist and colonial advantages" gained In the common battle to "putdown Hltlerism." The Western powers set their empires "on a swift and orderly march to Independence," he pointed out to the House, "hut Ihe list of peoples conquered and held in the Kremlin's grip by terrorism Is long and grim," In recent years "there have been eloquent denunciations" of Stalin's "terrible deeds," he said, "bill "the empire Stalin built is held by an iron oppression and intervention no less brutal because the foreign ruler sometimes .smiles instead of scowling constantly." Congress in .1959 authorized the observance of Captive Nations Week and HIP President has annually SP! aside the third week of the ONE place to call for money the J minute you want it Cotl Beneficial to get cash double-fast. Clean.up leftover bills, close out time-payment accounts, take care of expenses, you-name-it! The folks at Beneficial like to say "Yes!" Why not call... this very minutei BENEFICIAL ,/ ; FINANCE SYSTEM loans $25 to $,800—• Loans life-insured at low cost Beneficial Finance Co. of Chicago, Inc. 200 STATE ST., ALTON Phone: HOward 2-9281 » Ask for the YES MANagsr. OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT — PMONC FOR HOURS CJ>, BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. It isn't easy, Bill. For awhile you worry yourself silly Because you don't know where your kid goes on Saturday night, and then you worry yourself silly because you do." July, Price remarked. "H is my belief that the time ins come to lake another step" — o create u special House Com- Tiillco "to conduct formal inquires into the status of all peoples victimized by the Soviets, Includ- ng those Russians und non-Russians iilike who need the help of 'ree peoples elsewhere," he urg- Kl. Price's resolution proposes a 10-member committee with no more than six from any political Kirly. II authorizes interim re- lorts at tiny time and an Initial comprehensive report no later hnn January 31 of next year. Vacation School to Start at Carrollton CARROLLTON — Daily vaca- iion Bible school for the children of First Baptist: Church and others who wish to attend will be leld Aug. 5 through Aug. 9 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the church Dasement. Classes will be for children from age three through Junior high. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON — Two babies were born Ihe last of the week in Boytl Memorial Hospital. A daughter was torn Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sibley of Carrollton and a daughter was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. H a 1 Barnes of Rockbridge. Admitted lo (lie hospital Friday as medical patients were Mrs. Mable Pfleger and Mrs. Mildred Snyder of Carrollton. Admitted Saturday as medical patients were George Howeshell and Pedro Villegas of Eldred. Dismissed Friday were Mrs. Regina Howard and Miss LaVerna Foiles, both of Carrollton. Dismissed Saturday wre Miss Linda Weber and Miss Denise Weber, both of Rockbridge, and Mrs. Katherine Burton and daughter of Greenfield. To Attend Program CARROLLTON — Mrs. Eloise Tholen, Greene county home adviser, will attend the Achievement Day program of the Bell- ettes Home Economics 4 T II club to be held Thursday. The binder Homemaker's Extension Unit will also be present. Will Sell Conches BUENOS AIRES — Argentina will move to capture the South American railroad coach market Deinocrat Club lo Meet til CniTolllon CARROLLTON — The July meeting of the Greene County Democratic Woman's Club will in Ihe form of a carry In supper Wednesday, July 17, at the shelter house In Ihe Lions Club park in While Hall. The public may attend. 3 Sentenced At Can'ollton CARROLLTON—Three persons wore sentenced on the same charge, violation of probation, Friday in Circuit Courl by Judge Clem Smith. Robert King of Hill view and Clifton Holder of Eldred wore each Riven one to three years at the stale penitentiary at Menard. Miss Betty Grable of Hillview was Riven one to three years nl the Slate Reformatory for Women at Dwight. Training School CARROLLTON — Edith Huffman, assistant state home economics leader from the University, will conduct a training school for members of the Greene County Home Economics Council Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Form Bureau building. The training school will be hold in connection with the regular business meeting of the Council. Large Contract Told BUENOS AIRES — An Argentine firm has won a large con tract for industrial gear from the neighboring government of Urn gnay. Sleep Like Log Stop Stomach Gas 3 Times Faster Take Boll-ans tablets with hot water at bed time. Read In bed until eyes shut. Bell-ans tablets relieve stomach gas due to excess stomach add. No harmful drugs. Get Bell-ans today. 350 at druggists. Send postal to Bellans, Orangeburg.N.Y., for liberal tree sample. SffAftP feVfc KOft MIAMf (AP)--Robert Meeks knows his fishing partner's acklr? pretty well, in fnct, he can spot it 10 yards away, and on a cloudy flay. Meeks was fishing In Kvorglndes when he saw brass handled fishing knife being used by another fisherman, on down the river. Merks, sure It belonged to his friend, Carl Dennis, summoned a sheriff. Dennis got back his the] rods, spinners nnd tackle box, ninll stolon from his home. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain New York, N. Y, (Special) For the first time science hat found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itch- Ing, and relieve pain - without surgery. In one hemorrhoid case after another,"very striking iniprove- Tnenl" was reported and verified by a doctor's observations. Pain was relieved promptly. And, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction or retraction (shrinking) took place. And most amazing of all — this improvement was maintained in cases where a doctor's observations were continued over a period of many months! In fact, results were so thorough that sufferers were able to make such astonishing state- ments as'Tiles have ceased to b« a problem!" And among these sufferers were a very wide variety of hemorrhoid conditions, some of 10 to 20 years' standing. All this, without the use of narcotics, anesthetics or astringents of any kind. The secret is a new healing substance (Bio- Dyne*)-the discovery o_f a world-famous research institution. Already, Bio-Dyne is in wide use for healing injured tissue on all parts of the body. This new healing substance is offered in suppository or oint* went form called Preparation //*. Ask for individually sealed convenient Preparation II Suppositories or Preparation H Ointment with special applicator. Preparation H is sold at all drug counters. SPECIAL PROTECTION FOR MEDICINES •fust n* It to tincMMir'y for you to stotfi fflftcfs to protect their nutritional value, (rood tftste *ttn rreshtirM no must n pharmacy tnta aneclnl ji'«- rnutlons to U«cfi medtatne* at their full potnttoy mid effectiveness. Orlnln products, Midi AS lilolojflcflU, vncclne* mid some vitamin* must be rpfrlRernlrtl. QHifcfft" must he protected nRnlnsl Hghf, henl ntid WrttM" ibsorpllon. On such proscription* you will find tin- needed Instructions to keep the medicine .infe, mice It tins left the phnrmncy niul Is In your home. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PIIONR us when you need n medicine, I'lck up your prescription If shopping nearby, or We will deliver promptly without extrn charge. A greiit many people entrust us with their prescriptions. May we compound yours? „ 462-0679 jjjg Mll , OH IU. "Prescription CJiemisIs" R- S R 0 R S R 3 R 0 R H R B R 0-R Space problems happily solved here! Families on-the-grow often create the need for more living space. Frequently this can only be obtained by moving into larger quarters. Best solution, in many cases,, is to buy a new home of their own. If this raises the question of financing, we have the best answer to that. We'll arrpnge a Home Loan that can be repaid just like rent. A single monthly repayment is usually set up to include principal, interest and property taxes as well. Cost of the loan is low. Service prompt. Come in, talk it over. HOME LOANS °"' y 6% SAVINGS & LOAN 5 BIG STORES -OPEN TONIGHT TILL 9 HIRSCH&CO Boys-Wear Bargains SHORT SLEEVE KNIT and BROADCLOTH SHIRTS! These are real Hirsch Budget Buys! They're ideal for play-dress or for back-to-school wear. You'll find values to $1.59 in this group. Sines 4 to 16. 620 E, THIRD ALTON HO 5-4483 SLACKS Ivy or Continental styles — Our regular $2.98 values In 100% cotton wash 'n wear fabrics. Styles in plaids or solids in black, olive, wheat and antelope. Si/.es 6 to 18, slims, regulars and huskies. $ Children's • CANVAS OXFORDS Compare to $1.49 values with cushion Insole and arch. Choose from either red or blue — Some have new pointed toe style. Sizes 5 to 3. 2.66 Boys' Grew Sox • ANKLETS Here's the latest in sport sox wear, Rib top with stripe In colors or white — Nylon reinforced heel and toe — Sixes 7 to 10. 3 », OUR ANNUAL SUMMER CLEARANCE NOW IN FULL SWING. HUGE SAVINGS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS 3 vws ro Downtown Alton Open Mon. and Frl. "I'll 0 p.m. Other Days 0 to 5:00 CasJi*CJ)arge*layaway North Alton Open Every Night Til 8 -r Saturday 'Til 5:30 Alton I'llllH Open : Man. tuul Frl. 'Til a — Othor Days 0 to 5:30 Wllshlre Vlllugo Open Every Day a <i.m. (o 9 p.m. Downtown Wood Hlvcr Open Friday Nile "HI u. Other Days Til 5:30 NOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK-MON.-THURS.-FRI. 9 to 9 SEARS iftOEBUCKAND'CO, 'hrift uays TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY 2-DAYS ONLY SPECIAL . . . Reg. 2.98 Cotton Pedal Pushers Cool, Attractive Scuffs ... Summer Favorites Size 10 to 20 Women's pedal pushers in solids and plaids. Combed cotton sateen, Galey and Lord's tarpon cloth. Plain and cuffed styles. Reg. 1.49 Women's sizes 4 to 9 109 Soft, absorbent cotton terrycloth of fluffy Acrilan® aacrylic pile . . . white, yellow, pink and mint green. Perfect for after-bath and leisure wear at home or traveling. Machine washable. Save $60! Natural Mink Cape Stole Reg. 150.00 The natural splendor of mink — Cape sloles in natural Dastel mink Sears low, low price at $90.00. A sav- ngs of $(50.00. Plus F.E.T. Big Capacity 9,500 BTU* Coldspot Air Conditioners Reg. 219.95 $187 Lots of power to cool several rooms, Thermostat controlled to keep coolness constant. Two speeds. Kenl- san filter helps keep air fresh, clean, traps pollen. Weather-sealed. Quiet — lets you sleep. Braziers with Swing-out Motors Sears Price i A • vw Family size 24-in. bowJ with curled edge, heavy duty hood. Chrome-plated gild, spit. Keniuore Hand Vacuum Cleaners Keg. $10.1)9 '. Lightweight, portable. For use in home, workshop or in automobile. Stores easily. Better Quality Vinyl Shades Reg. $1.89 1«V/ Completely washable with linen-like embossed finish. 37 % in. x 6 ft. White Plastic Reg. 3.00 Leather look smooth plusila handbags in an uwortment of stylos, * PluB fed. tux. Sliop at Sears and Save SaUttfactiou Guaranteed oe Your Money Back ALTON, UJU I'Jumo ]{0 5-5511 S'l'OBE HOUKSl Mou., Tlium., Frl. 0 to 0 Other »uj» II tu 8,

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