Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 18
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July 25, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

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v -*w-i .•*..**.**»******** ffi, 1ET68 Ann Landers Mothers Day Gift from the Dog ANJft itftM'tt>ta t&te in July and wy wife is sun walking attutid .xvlth a long fade because t didn't rethem- Sber het- on Moth- Bay. you will Ime § heel i watit ' Ito tell you the jis not a mother. |l don't hold that I&ftaiflst heir, b{l< jcnusa t know 6hd wanted ft ; iend her a gift this Mother's Bfty. She a&yg t should hive sent a lift ffetn me. But f say it Wffllld 'have made ho iertsp at all since she is not my mother. Will you please nettle tMisf She's ftryiRg fegftta, Thai* Af - Amu Litmlew,;! did, , natcly, the Lotd didn't tee fit to bless Us. In othelr yeat* (11 to b« ex* act) t ntwtiyi sent her a little Mother's Day gift and signed the cafd "With Love t6 Mommy from Nipper"— he was our Golden Retriever. But Nipper cited last January so I didn't B1BAR* At r 8hV wasn't Nip-, ,per'8 ittfithet eitHef, was she? if you; wfa-e ,BW enough ta lend yftir wife ft Mother's 'Clay gift In* the • dog's tiatne- VpU should have[8e«ra gift W ytfuf name toifter the ;d6g' died. Vau both . iound ' like? children ' but * * * * DEAR ANNs I am engaged to.,fnarty a wonderful guy. Dfttt'and I plan'"ta be married' a year from' now. The :prob- v lem is .weenie from sU,eh du- ferent backgrounds that I wonder if it'i fbssibta ta dveiK coffte the hieh, hhrdles. t>an graduated. Jrotn ,^ an, ot-, dlnftfy fribHftWtft, sctotot .eJffl- tlieii had tWri 3/ears at a Wedlo- m mww«tettiT»llege< v f went to a fine 'finishing-school hrti graduated from one of the best eastern girls' schools iri America, 1 also have traveled abroad- and ban has never been <ftlt of the sticks. I'm sflre Dan feels inferior, 10 me but He refiiH&s to admit it.- Whenever we.get Into att' afgument' ( i say", togs Wat •perhaps 1 shouldn't gay but all of'them afe truiii / •• „*,; , 1 close friend?af mlne,whd ; \mafried ,t61d' minium 1 58th BETSEY ANN PICNIC | Brighton, Illinois | I FRIDAY and SATURDAY, I JULY26&27 I Musjo: Fosterburg Band | 1 ' .Famous • : ., 1 i BETSEY ANN BURGOO, I I CHICKEN and I I HAM DINNERS | • Rides Concessions I I. we'.Will settje.oMr 'differ-, eitces.< Wet 1 m'ajfrteg'eV 'What", do yoil think? •' "- ''- „' *' —MISS', QUESTION, MARK • JMDAlt Mt88 MARKi'Ybll'say you're eftgagcd;, to marry "a 1 Wonderful guy" but-your letter bpells, out clearly . how much more wonderful yoti'think you are. Aside from the fact that you're a girl and he's a boy I see nothing, to recommend this relationship. It's Incredible to me that you two could even be considering marriage. * * * * DEAR ANN: You always seeni to have the right answer. Can you supply one for us? We have two adopted children. They are both under 2 years of age. How often have we heard people, say to us, "Adopted • children are lovely, but it's not like having your own." They are entitled to their opinions, but must they Hay such things In front of the children? "The little ones are too young to understand now but what happens when .they are older? > Perhaps we are too emotionally involved to see a reply which is obvious to an outsider. Can you help? ' , —WITHOUT WORDS DEAR WITHOUT: You don't need an answer, you need new friends. Anyone who would make such a cutting remark to adoptive parents-is hardly worth your time. © Publishers Newspaper Syndicate When«, a recipe caHs for a "stick" of butter, use % pound or Va cup. .•; CARSON NO MONEY JEWELERS DOWN! Alton's Largest & Finest Diamond and Watch Discounters! It/ DIAMOKD Set 'ifJES? $75.00 6 DIAMONDS I $100.00 VaKio $°° g Weekly. ,.<*?;?* -' 50 <** 3 DIAMONDS $150.00 Value $ 99°° $2.00 . • Weekly The eitgagpwUiOE and f ?Wii$ ring are purchased «nty wee ft last a Jlgtlim Make sitfetfiat they are worthy ff your love, rf yqu'v? ^ fcufget to Stick to ~ p can choose tliom here with the positive assurance they will be the finest you can *K |W 6.DU»T>RIDE 5 DIAMONDS $'115,00 Value $l.BQ Weekly ^.Dja*?nfl $400,00 30-DAY MONEY-BACK , GUARANTEE ' This it yoiir assurance .of your best diamond value' anywhere, If you can find , i better value of lt equal quality for less within 30 days we wilj dieerfully/e- >fund your money,'' •>»'' SMALL WEEKLY OK MONTHLY TEHMS 12.Diamond) fOOQ.M Value f J^JOO Husy Terms FRIDAY I MONOAY ";/Tiist^ ?CWH' AI ION. WATCH AND. JEWELRY REPAIRINQ • AT t,QW,LQ PRIDES! PAGE Buys Million Shares of Union Oil WATCH YOUR STEP TliJs seven-year-old boy has volunteered to act. as doorman at St. Joseph's Hospital, where a member of his family is a patient. He likes the job but won't give his last name. Little Boy IsVolunteer Door Opener A little boy has voluntarily taken on the duty of doorman at St. 'oseph's Hospital. , The boy, who is about seven, is tationed at the front door of the hospital during morning and af- ernoon visiting hours. He took up the'•job ."'of "door opener" un- uiown to' hospital autHorities; Hospital attendants, •.sofar, had >een unable to learn the identity I the child. When questioned this morning >y a reporter, the boy told his Christian name, but shyly said he couldn't "remember'.' his .surname. ... «oi»ert C. Stiltie Burial in Valhalla .Following service Wednesday in Gent Chapel the body of Robert C Stiltz of 1726 Main St. was taken to Valhalla Memorial Park for in terment. The Rev. W. Feee'man Privett pastor of Cherry" Street Baptis Church, and the Rev. Fred Ham el officiated at the rites. Pallbearers \were John Rothe Strait Elliott, Don Kenney, Paul McCann, John Kelly, and Gen Hasten. Collision Named New Olin Head NEW YORK — H. Harvey Col- issott of New York was elected president and chief executive of- icer of Olln Mathieson Chettilca Corp. today In high level change? which saw .tohn M. Olin of Alton succeeded aS chairman of thd executive committee. Olin was elected honorary chairman of the board in recOgnitioi of his 50 years of service to the corporation. He will remain member of the board and of the principal committees of the board Thomas S. Nichols succeeds bin as chairman of the executive committee. Collisson, former senior vice president, succeeds Stanley de J. Osborne, who was elected chairman of the board of directors and chairman of the newly formed finance committee. The company at the same time announced that sales profits and earnings for the second quarter of 1963 and for the first six months of the year showed increases over last year. Sales for the second quarter were $205,844,000, up four per cent from a year ago. Seconr quarter profits were up eight per cent. The company earned 93 cents a share for the second quarter, compared to 86 cents a year ago The re p or t for the first six wnths showed a total of $385,091,00 in sales, up 4 per cent from ast year, and profits were repprt- up nine per cent for the six months. The regular dividend of 25 cents ras voted by the board. NEW YORK (AP) - Shipping ycoon Daniel K. Ludwig has purchased 1.34 million shares of Unon Oil Co. of California common stock, paying $100,539,000 as a personal investment. The stock was bought from the Phillips Petroleum Co., said Wiliam L. Stewart Jr., chairman ol Union Oil. The transaction was revealed in routine quarterly earnings statement issued Wednesday by Phillips. Phillips acknowledged the sale, but both Phillips and Union Oil declined to name the nanchaser. Ludwigi 66, reputed to have ,a personal fortune of about $35( million, owns one of the world' largest tanker fleets and is chie: stockholder of Americah-Hawai ian Steamship Co. He has offices in Manhattan and lives in Darien, Conn., bvi was reported to be out of the country and couldn't be reachec for comment. William W. Wagner, presiden of the steamship company, con firmed Ludwig's purchase of 1 per cent of.. Union's commo stock. He said it was strictly "personal investment" by Luc wig. . :-.- • . Rotarians of Bethalto Hear CMHS Counsellor BETHALTO — ' Low academic aptitudes ,of the students and a lack of interest, in.education by students and; theii; parents .are the two main ;-reas6ns,, for drop outs in high school, Bethalto Rotarians were told Wednesday nigh-t. Bob Jones, a counselor at .Civic Memorial High School, told of a survey made throughout the state,and in Bethalto. "The percentage of drop outs, after the ninttvgrade, is 28.6 per cent in Bethalto and is Just over an average of 24 per cen throughout state," Jones said. :* The counselor said a clas in the tenth grade' at Civic Me, morial will help to combat thi problem. He said students, wh lack the aptitude and interesi will be encouraged to complet high school and to take up a vocation that interests them, an their curriculum will be planne accordingly,. . Visiting Rotaria.ns were Harrj Nevlin, Garth Taylor, and Mi ton Cassella, all of Alton. Zlity Approves Purchase of Five Vehicles Contracts for purchase of five motor vehicles for city use were approved by Alton City Coun- Wednesday night, in accord .vith committee; •recommenda- ions. Bids were accepted as ollows: Chuck Diering Ford Sales, a 1-ton dump truck at net of $2,812.38; also a V 2 -ton pickup truck at $1,617.30. Hoefert 3ros., a 2-ton dump truck at J5.171.54. And Charlie's Harley- Davidson Co. two servi-cycles (3-vvheel motorcycles) at '$4,620.70, net with trade-ins. On recommendation of the police committee, a lone bid of the Chuck-Diering firm for three police cars at a net total oi $5,260.20 was rejected. The committe report said the model on which the bid was made was not in accord with specifications set by the city, and that a trade-in allowance of $300 on each vehicle to be traded in was regarded as too low. Naber Services To Be Saturda^ CARROLLTON — Funeral services for Joseph Naber will be conducted Saturday at 9 a.m. in St. John's Church 9 . Burial will be in the church cemetery. Visitation hour s at Melil Funeral Home will be after 7 p.m. today. Hydrant Installed The Alton Water Co. has installed a fire hydrant at Burling and Ridge Drives. FINAL SALE regularly to $18.99 DRESS SHOES by • MARQUISE • JACQUELINE • CORELLI High and mid Ueela , . , many Spring and Summer styles! ($iQose wtilti^i, beiges And blueU. All sl«es,- but not in every atylel Wonderful Dacron Polyester and Cotton Shirtwaist Diresses by Adelaar Look' bandbox-fresh morning, noon and night in this marvelously-mannered shirtdress you would never dream costs so little. Elegantly-detailed, yet washable, drip-dry, shrink-resistant. And there never was a nicer traveler; packs easily, sheds wrinkles the instant it's unpacked. Misses sizes. 11795 17 Pre-Season Savings! Mink-Trinimed Pure Cashmere Coats Shop and compare before you buy one of these luscious Cashmeres! Then you'll select yours from VOGUE! 100% Cashmere with giant mink collars, Slim silhouettes.for misses and petltes. Coats are beige, bamboo and black . . , collars are natural ranch or pastels, $ \ \

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