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, AUGOSf It, 1963 ALTON EVENING Obituaries Harbke Coons firlwin t\ ttflrbke, retired Koknntt grocer, died nl, 10:15 p.m. Friday, At. His home, 220 Central Ave,, following several years of falling health. Me had been seriously 111 fot a year. He hod lived In the Wood Rlver-Hoxana area for 47 years, nnd had operated a grocery store In Roxana from 1628 until he retired some 20 years ago. Born at Okawvllle, Aug. 10, 1885, he resided there until the age of 24 when he moved to Glllesple where he lived until 1016'when ho came to Wood River. Since 1928 he had resided In Roxana. He was married to the former Dora M. Hoolschcr, Oct. 25, 1008, at Olmwvllle. Their golden wedding anniversary In 1958 was observed with a reception. Mr. Harbke was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Roxana, and belonged to Modern Woodman Lodge. Survivors are his widow; two sons, Charles and Denver, and a daughter, Mrs. Bonnie Exlon, Roxana; a brother, Fred, and two sisters Mrs. Lillian Helblg anrl Mrs. Nellie Dennis, St. Louis; six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Funeral rites will he conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in Marks Mortuary, Wood River, by the Rev. William Rice, pastor of Flrsl. Presbyterian Church, Roxana. Burial will be in Wanda Cemetery. Visiting hours at the mortuary will be after 7 p.m. today. Mrs. Mahle Mae Coons, 80, died unexpectedly nt 4:30 a.m. todny at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Everett Bensley, 918 St. Joseph's Ave., where she hnd made her home since 1936. Before coming to Alton to live wllh her daughter she nnd her husband, Ihe late Albert, Coons, had lived in East Allon. She had been in 1he Alton area for some 50 years, The former Mable Mac Wilson, she w«s horn June 24, 1883, at Rlvorton, 111, Her parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wilson. Her marriage to Mr. Coons took place Jan. 23, 1907, In Springfield. Her husband died in 1936. Survivors beside her daughter, Mrs. Beusley, arc another daughter, Mrs. W. J. Wnnamak- or of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., a sister, Mrs. Minnie Thompson, Oakland, Calif., and two grandchildren. The body Is at Slrceper Funeral Home pending funeral arrangements. Goldwater Asks ftday Of Test Pact MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Sen. Bnrry Goldwatcr, R-AHz., snld of Capital Rally Has Record B.V Hoiiioitr a. ALLKN unit I'AtJl, SCO'fT Friday night that should h« dp- WASHINGTON - Thn ''brains; Astronomer Explains Mystery Light Causes ANNOUNCEMENTS Williams dde to tiecome a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination In 1!MM, prospects of a fight with a favorite son cnndl date Would not keep him out of the Wisconsin primary. The senator, considered a leading candidate for the nomination, touched on politics nt an airport news conference. In an address, he called for a delnay in action on a limited nuclear test ban treaty with the Soviet Union nnd Great 'Britain. Goldwnter described the treaty ns a first step toward a nonag- gresslon pact sealing Soviet domination of European satellites. He also said he was "deeply disturbed" by information about Soviet nuclear advances in tests utter they broke a 1958-61 moralorl' um. Colclasure Leslie Carl Williams, retired Shipman business man, died at 2:35 a.m. today in Wood River Township Hospital where he had been a patient since Tuesday. Previously he had been in St, Francis Hospital, Litchfield, and in Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Mr. Williams had disposed of his business in Shipman, a hardware store, recently, and had planned to make his home with a daughter in Rosewood Heights. A native of Tennessee, he was born April 7, 1892, at Hollow Rock. His parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Williams. Pie was married April 26, 1912, to the former Amy C. Matin. His wife died March 3, 1963. During his early life he taught school In Arkansas and then moved to southern Illinois where he was manager of the Franco Cole Co., stores. In 1927 he moved with his family to Bunker Hill where he owned , and operated a food store until 1946 when he went to Shipman to operate a hardware store formerly owned by a brother, the late N. T. Williams. Mi 1 . Williams had been active in work of Shipman Methodist Church for a number of years, Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Carmen Lucking, Bunker Hill; Mrs. Lois Welch, East Alton, and Mrs. Londa McKnelly, Murrayville; a sister, Mrs. Bertha llollingsworth, Campbell, Mo.,» six grandchildren, land children, Funeral riles will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in Shipman Methodist Church, Burial will be in Shipman Cemetery. The body is at Jacoby-Wise Funeral Home, Bunker Hill, where friends may call after 4 p.m. Sunday and until 11 a.m. Monday when Ihe body will bo taken to the church. Dr. Charles Colclasure of West Plains, Mo., retired optometrist, and former Wood River resident, died Friday al 4 p.m. in a hospital al Ml. Grove, Mo, He was 80. Dr. Colclasure had offices in the Gerson building on Ferguson avenue during the lime he .practiced his profession in Wood River. A son, Maurice S. Colclasure lives in Wood River, and a daugh- ler, Mrs. Juanita Wiegand, at Roxana. Other survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Rochelle Zink, Louisville, and Mrs. Kathleen Grove, San Bernardino, Calif., a son, Charles J., Corona, Calif., and his widow, the former Margaret P. Keller, to whom he was married in 1910 at Xenia. He also leaves a sister and a brother; 15 grandchildren, and four great- grandchildren. Funeral riles will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. in Robertson Funeral Home, West Plains. Burial will be at West Plains. Cleveland George L. Cleveland, a one-time member of the Alton Fire Department, died this morning in Madison County Tuberculosis Sanalor- ium, Edwardsville. , He had been in failing health for 30 years and a patient in the sanatorium for 15 years. Mr. Cleveland was born in Alton, Feb. 13, 1891, one of nine sons of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Cleveland. All of his brothers died previously. His 'only survivors are two nephews and three nieces. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday at 2 p.m. in Burke Funeral Home, followed by burial in Alton Cemetery. Visiting hours al the funeral home will be after 2 p.m. Sunday. Goldwalcr quoted the Joint Chiefs of Staff as saying there are military disadvantages to the treaty, which would ban all but underground Icsls. He said the Irealy has been presented as "a meaningful step toward a new era of live-and-let- livc" with the Sovicls. This means, he said, sharing the earth wilh "tyranny and barbarism" and "giving tyranny a protecled sancluary from which il can erode or attack freedom." The senator spoke before aboul 1,200 persons, al. a graduation ceremony for a school of banking, audil and control. Further Revolt In Prospect For the Congo LEOPOLDVILLE, The Congo (AP)—The revolt that ousted the Congo Republic's President Fulbert Youlou is far from ended, African diplomats in Leopoldville predicted today. They said the tactics of Congo Brazzaville labor leaders are likely to be a blueprint lor union-led mass uprisings in other African countries. Workers' grievances in Brazzaville — widespread unemployment, corruption in high places, lavish living by politicians and dictatorial acts in personal interest — can be duplicaed in almost, all newly. independent nations in Africa, the diplomats said. The first official acts by Leopoldville authorities seemed to reinforce this opinion. Ferry services to Brazzaville across the river Congo, were suspended and well-informed sources said the Leopoldville government took this step to quarantine the city from Brazzaville political agitators who of the foHhcoming giant civil rights rally in Ihe nation's enpi- lal is a one-time member of a Communist organization, a wnr- time conscientious objector, and served a jail term on a morals conviction. That's the record Senate au- IhoHUos have turned over lo Washington police on Bayard Rustin, deputy director of the massive Aug. 28 demonstration, This record, based on FBI and police reports, is as follows: As a student at the College of the City of New York in 1936, Rustln joined the Young Communist League and was active in its operations on the campus and elsewhere. In World War II, he was arrested several limes for making speeches advocating resistance lo the conflict against Hitler and Mussolini. As a professed conscientious objector, lie served 26 months in the federal prisons at Ashland, Ky., and Lewisburg, Pa. Wilh two olher men, Rustin was convicted in 1953 in Pasadena, Calif., on a morals charge, and served 60 days. While Ruslin has no college degree, he spenl seven years sludy- ing at Wilberforce, 0., and Cheyney, Pa., colleges, Ihe College of {he City of New York, and the London School of Economics. A. Philip Randolph, president of the Sleeping Car Porters and chairman of the huge march on Washington, personally designated RUslin as deputy. Asked if in view of the Senate report to Washington police on Ruslin's Communist and prison record he would be asked to give up this key post, Randolph emphatically replied, "Of course not. He's 'Mr. March' himself. We couldn't do without him. His outstanding ability and experience are invaluable." CHICAGO (API—The director of Ihe Adlor Planetarium says there are several explanations, including Ihe position of the planet Jupiter, for the slrangc lights soon lately In Illinois. In ninny instances where "mystery lights" were sighted in the sky, II is merely a case of people being overaware of objects because of a rash of such sightings in the area, Robert I. Johnson of Ihe planetarium said Friday, Jupiter al Ihis lime of year rises curly in Ihe evening as a reddish area of light. When seen through atmosphere and haze of differing densities, it appears to flicker. It then changes lo a yellow bright point of light. To the untrained eye, Johnson said, it may appear to be moving rapidly. Sources This column put Ihe question direct lo Ruslin if he proposed continuing his conneclion wilh Ihe demonstration. "I certainly do," he said. "I've been meeting with high Justice Department officials on our plans, and I will have other conferences with them as we progress." "Who are these officials?" "One of them is Assistant Attorney General Burke Marshall (head of the Civil Rights Division)," said Ruslin. Unexpected Plain Talk two great-grand- Brice Felten 0. R. Fellen, a former Altonian, and former Shell Oil Co. employe, died unexpectedly this morning at Hot Springs, Ark,, according to word received by area friends. The body will be brought to Alton for burial and upon arrival here will be taken to Smith Funeral Home. Mr. Felten and his wife, Lottie, lived for a number of years on Belle street while he was employed at the Roxana refinery of Shell Oil Co. Later he was transferred by the company to UK Houston refinery, and after his retirement he moved to Hot Springs, Ark, He hao! completed some 40 years service with Shell Oil at time ot his retirement. Following services Friday in St. Charles Borromeo Church, St. Charles, Mo., the body of Mrs. Helen M. Brice, widow of Frank D. Brice, was brought to Alton for interment in St. Patrick's Cemelery. Mrs. Brice, who was 86, and a resident of Alton a number of years ago, died Wednesday at St. Charles, Mo. A sister, Mrs. John Fink of McPherson, Kans., survives her. Riles Conducted For D. F. Pitkiii Sr. Funeral rites with full military honors were conducted this morning for Dwight F. Pitkin Sr., a past commander of Allon Post. 126, American Legion, and past Chef de Gare of Madison County Voilure, 40 & 8. The Rev. C. H. Collison, pastor of Elm Street Presbyterian Church, conducted services at Gent Chapel at 10 a.m. and military rites were under auspices of the American Legion and of World War I Veterans, Alton Barracks, 986, oC which Mr. Pitkin was a member. Pallbearers w e r e Joseph Lamb, Jack Shea, James Davis, Carl Thornberg, Roy Stalp, Philip Kueser, Raymond Herron and Maurice Kennedy. Riles Held Today For Hosto Inf «ni WOOD WVJSB ANNA KA'WKJMNK Services 2 p.m. might try to contact extremise le- menls here. Rites Conducted . For Koeiiig. Infant EDWARDSVILLE. — Graveside services were held at 9:30 a.m. today for the infant daughter of Vernon and Phyllis Hughes Koenig, 32 Washington PL The baby, born Aug. 15 at St. Joseph's Hospital, Alton, died at 6 p.m. the same day. In addition to the parents, survivors are paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Koenig and maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hughes. The Rev. Robert Hollis,. pastor of Immanuel Methodist Church, conducted services at Valley View Cemetery. Weber Funeral Home was in charge. Requiem High Mass For Joseph Calvey A Requiem High Mass, with the Rev. Father David Peters as celebrant, was sung at 9 a.m. loday in St. Patrick's Church for Joseph Calvey. Father Peters also officiated at committal rites in St. Palrick's Cemelery. Pallbearers were John Pfciffer, Peter Fernandez, George Cornstock, William Denton, William Ruyle, and Louts Beiser. Mrs. Williams Rites Sunday at Jersey JERSEYVILLE — Funeral services for Mrs, Myrtle Williams, widow of Ihe late Earl Williams, will he conducted Sunday from the Gubser Funera Home. Senator Abraham Ribicoff, D- Conn., former head of the Department of Health, Education & Welfare, favors the administration's civil rights bill, but that's not keeping him from doing some blunt talking — particularly about the need for law observance by advocates of the legislation. It is Ribicoff's forthright contention that such responsibility comes before enactment of the Meteors, clouds, high flying aircraft, advertising planes and jet exhaust are all possible causes of he lights, he said. Atmospheric effects causing stars and planets lo appear as if Ihey were moving or changing color he considers olher possibilities. Out 1 common problem wilh sky- walchers, Johnson said, is they oflon use clouds as stationary references and this causes other object lo appear to be moving or changing color. Olher explanalions for Ihe lights came from Air Force officers, an airport manager and an advertising plane pilot Three Air Force officers said an Aug. 7 sighting of a kite- shaped objecl with a tail was a jet bomber-lanker refueling oper- alion. Earl Oulland, manager of Ihe Mount Vernon airport in Jefferson County, said a possible cause of the lights could be aulo head- lighls reflecling off rain puddles, Ihen off low clouds. Strange Trail A Norlhbrook advertising plane pilot explained lhat when a person on the ground isn't in position to read Ihe message from a nighl-flying advertising plane, he may see instead a strange trail of light. The pilot, Robert Burmeister, 55, said the sign on his plane is quite large—45 feet long, 8 feet wide and has 350 lights. He said several women reported seeing "something bright, moving very fast" at aboul the time his plane took off from Pal- waukee airport, northwest of Chicago. The women said they saw Racing lo Windup State Fair SPRINGFIELD, III. (AP) Livestock made way for aulos and motorcycles today as fans poured onto the fairgrounds for two big dnys of racing and the end of the 1903 Illinois State Fair. Judging was completed Friday in virtually all events, including Ihe selection of a king and queen for Golden Age Day ceremonies. Winner of the high school band contest was Maine West High School, Des Plnines, Fifty-two bands competed. Jacob Kloess, 101, of Belleville, making his first visit to the fair, was named king. Mrs. Mary Thomas of near Petersburg, svho told the audience she was 97'/ 2 , was named queen. Klooss, who retired from coal mining 41 years ago, was companied lo the fair by 11 NOTICES 11 _ TP —WED & SAT —— GET YOUR CAMERA NOW AND PAY L A t E R At FOSTER'S DRUG STORE, 235 E. Broadway, Alton 11 _ 8-20 PRIVATE CONFIDENTIAL INVES- TIGATIONS—Downstato Investigation Service. BI8-AT 8-9I5S. Lie. & Bonded. Owner, D. A. Landers. 11 _L TP EMPLOYMENT 20 20 — 17 FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE You can place your classified ad, classified kill or classified correction* 24 hours a day. SPEAK SLOWLY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH National Manufacturer Needs salesmen wllh previous experience contacting the Rrocery trade. Must have college education. This Is an outstanding opportunity for an aggressive young salesman who is thinking about his future. Salary and bonuses. Car anil expenses furnished. Profit sharing nnd other excellent benefits. Reply, giving complete clulfilb of education and sales experience to Box 700, care Telegraph. 13 gfJlLblfro •* &»•** ln« and ewftlfit Wofk 486-2407. .I. ft « .. CARPENTER RSPAW. Wot* )fi«, concrete work. WumBWI, home*, palntlnft. HO 8.843*. CARPENTER WORK terlnd, re block* li Interior .,. — ------- -. fi -^ Chnrle* Stormer. 4<t8-l«7, 33 — 0-11 VRPgNTER WORK ,-J£?iS, h J2?i' erlna, roof repair, p'utab'Mj^SfK- lock» Inld and cement WWk, Allo iterlor and exterior palfitmi. 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He left with them a 196-pound cake which had been presented to him Thursday on his 55th birthday by a Coles County Democratic or- gani/ation.' Kerner later was adopted into the six-nation froquois Indian Confederacy in ceremonies in the Indian Village show at the fair. "This is a rare distinction," said Joseph (One Tail) White. "We adopted Gov. Kerner because we feel that as the leader of the people of Illinois he can do good for our cause here." He said that Kerner will be known in Indian circles as "Awe Nagues" (Sometimes an Eagle). The eagle is the symbol of the supreme ruler to Indiana, and Kerner, as leader of Illinois, was likened to an eagle who rules the skies, White added. NIGHT CLASSIFIED NUMBER HO 5-6511 HINTS ON USING ELECTRONIC AD TAKER: 1. GIVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBER. (Spell your name out). 2. Speak slowly and distinctly- 3. BE SURE TO STATE THE NUMBER OF DAYS YOU DESIRE YOUR AD TO BE PUBLISHED. (IF YOU DO NOT TELL US WE WILL AUTOMATICALLY RUN THREE DAYS). 4. Remember, this is a mechanical device. It will answer your call and give you recorded instructions on what to do, but other than that cannot answer any questions. 22 SITUATIONS WTD. —FEMAI.fe 22 — Ifl — EXPERIENCED — Colored woman. Housework, day or week. No baby siltliiK References. HO 2-02H7. TlNANClAlT 23 BUSINESS OPPOHTUNITIES 2:1 — 17 DAR1-MAIO DRIVE-IN for sale or lease. Established business. Ideal location. Rodured price for quick stile. Doctor suvs sell. Call for appointment lo Inspect, CL •1-7207. 2:1 — 20 — — — — — -ESTABLISHED WATKINS ROUTE available due to Illness. -100 active accounts. Route now earns aver- fine $fi,nnn per year. Write Box 1.14, Carlinvllle, III. 2.') — M 34 _ _ 'BEST IN DECORATING — g«tnt Ins Interior and exterior, -Paper banning and removal. Free (MM- males. Rensonable price*. 488-I13+. 34 _. g.24 -- "" -•"-•" DIAL MO 2-1858— From 6 to 0 0.M, for your money's worth in goon exterior. 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Books open for Inspection to person who can make sufficient down payment. Wonderful opportunity for retired couple. Retiring because of age Contact owner, English Inn, Motel, Red Bud, III. Call 300. 23 — 17 RENTALS 41 SLEEPING HOOMS 41—20 NICE SLEEPING ROOM—For mature working lady. HO 2-7137. 41 — 17 . NICE—Furnished sleeping room In Phone privileges. 17 _ 19 HELP WANTED—Manager flower shop. Full time. Going business. Complete equipment. Inquire James McLaren, 51 or 142 .leresyvllle. 17 _ 27 believe," declares EDWARDSVIL,LE. — Graveside services were conducted today for Jeffery Scott Hosto, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerlud Hosto of 13 Hose Ave,, who was stillborn at 5:35 a.m. Friday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Alton, The Rev. W. G. Hahn, assistant pastor of Eden United Church of Christ, conducted the services at Woodlawn Cemetery. The Fletcher Funeral Home \yas in charge of arrangements. The Infant was also survived by two sisters and a brother, Ejjw»«li OJwe and U»»1; pa- teraa) grpdfalher, George Hosto Si Mt. Qljve, and maternal grand* mother, Mrs. Johanna Helen of Mt, Olive. The Rev. Daniel Vltitoe of. Carrollton will officiate and in> terment will be in the Oak Grove Cemetery in Jerseyville. Howard Riles lo Bo in Si. Louis Funeral services, for Mrs. Rosle Howard of St. Louis, a former Altonian, will be conducted Monday at 10 a.m. in Kueely Funeral Home, 3228 SJ. Louis Ave., St. Louis, Burial will be in Upper Alton Cemetery. Visiting hours al Ihe funeral home will be after 2 p.m, Sunday, measure. "I firmly Ribicott, "that those who urge the need for law have a responsibility to insist that law be observed. Many who decry discrimination have practiced or condoned it. Many who point a condemning finger at the South are unaware, for example, that in no Northern city can be found the extent and quality of private residential housing for Negroes that exists in Atlanta, Ga. 'Many who are quick to condemn discrimination 1,500 miles away have never looked at what is happening six' blocks from I heir own homes. Denying a man a job because lie is a Negro is indefensible. Granting a man a job if he is not qualified just-because he is a Negro cannot be justified either. "Those who claim that X number- of jobs of Y per cent of jobs must be set aside for Negroes are not favoring equality of opportunity. They are saying that opportunity does not matter, that merit does not matter, that only arbitrary numbers and percentages matter. This point of view will undermine the whole effort to achieve equality in this country. "Discrimination is wrong whether it works against a man or for him. Unless the lest is ability, someone will always be the victim of discrimination." Civil Rights Flnshc.8 Latest backstage nose count of the Senate, made expressly for the President, showed a maximum of 54 votes for ills civil rights' bill, with a greatly watered clown version of the public accomodations provision. While this is a meager majority of the Senate, it is 13 short of the vole required to bring the measure to a ballot. That means the President has a long and hard battle ahead of him getting Senate action on Ibis legislation. A, Philip Randolph, director of the mass march on Washington, is telling other leaders he "confidently expects" that President Kennedy will address the vast rally at the Lincoln Memorial. Also that .Vice President Lyndon Johnson, Attorney General Robert Kennedy, Speaker John McCormick and other notables will attend and speak. ........ Waller Reuther, head of the United Auto Work- era and vice president of Ihe AFL. CIO, is extremely active behind- the-scenes In the big demonstration, He is participating in the planning and other activities. Social >Vhlrl Polish Ambassador Drozniak no green or red navigation lights and did not hear an engine. Burmeister said he always turns off his lights "because they detract from the message." He flies at only 60 to 70 miles an hour and this "does not create a lot of noise." A 17-year-old boy drove 120 miles an hour to "escape a light as big as an automobile about 1,000 feet off the ground." The Air Force said it was probably the moon distorted by fog. Chicagoaii Begins Skating lo Capitol CHICAGO (AP) — Ledger Smith, 27, looking like a picket on wheels, started roller skating early today for Washington with the observation, "I've got a lot of skating to do." Smith, a Negro, hopes to stroke off the 685 miles to the capital by Aug. 27, and to join the civil rights march there Aug. 28. He carried, suspended from a neckstrap, a placard telling his mission. Smith was followed as he rolled south on Michigan Avenue by an automobile carrying friends of the Nalional Association for the Advancement of Colored People — and spare skates. MANAGER Also salesmen for furniture department at Arlan's Discount Store. Salary plus commission. Make $10,000 plus! Phone for appointment: Mr. Miller: JACKSON 1-0591 daily after 12 RESTAURANT FOR SALE — By owner 45 miles southwest Springfield, III. Route 111. Good business. Seats 40 Well equipped, air conditioned, plus 2 lots. Sacrifice for quick sale $4,500. Catherine Stults, Hcttlck. III. Phone 778-43G5. 21) — !)/0 IF YOU CAN SELL—Have $1,500 to invest. Want to earn $1,000 or more per mo. & cash awards & premiums lo give attendants & dealers for selling; write Box GRO. care Alton Telegraph. Be sure to give your phone no. Experienced Dri-Powr Distributor will interview you regarding distr. of Dri-Powr Automotive Products. 23—17 private home. CL 4-84BO. ,(1 _ 17 -— — SLEEPING ROOM — Next to bath, private entrance. 420 Monroe, East Alton. CL 4-4902. Call between 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. 41 — 19 SLEEPING ROOM — gentleman. $G weekly, lege. HO 2-8507. 41 — 19 Employed 3302 Col- SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT — Prefer teacher or nurse. CL 4-4723. 41 — 9/20 — I-ROOM APT. — Furnished. Also sleeping room on Union. HO 2-5970. bus line. J030 ROOM and BOARD PACKAGE Liquor 5191-0 fixtures Inventory dram shop license. Write Box 880 Care Telegraph 23 — 17 gave the capital's large army of 'freeloaders" a big treat with a lavish party on his country's so- called National Liberation Day. Starting at G p.m., and featuring two long tables piled high with Polish delicacies, and four bars, the affair went on for hours. As such elaborate shindigs are infrequent these torrid days of summer, Dro/niak's open-handed hospitality was heartily enjoyed. A ton of California grapes and 500 Ibs. of roasted buffalo from South Dakota were consumed at the third annual buffet dance of the Junior Foreign Service Officers Club for young members of the foreign diplomatic corps. By the time the feasting was over, the 40-ft-long buffet table had been swept clean, Nothing was left except crumbs and empty platters, Mrs. George Anderson, wife of the former Chief of Naval Operations who is leaving to become Ambassador to Portugal, says she learned one thing during her stay in Washington: It is to sit on a high perch at receptions. Says Mrs. Anderson, "It may be unorthodox, but it's very comfor- iable, especially for taking the strain off an injured knee." Mrs. Corrado CVccacci, wife of the new Italian Air Attache, was introduced at her first diplomatic party in an unusual manner — as a doctor of philosophy and a poet. She explained she got her Ph. P. at the University of Rome before sher married more than 20 years ago, and taught Latin, German and ancient Greek in high schools. (mat. 1863, by the Hall Synd. Inc.) Joliet Youth Injured in Rock Slide SEDRO WOOLLEY, Wash. (AP) —Harlow Higgenbothan, 17, of Joliet, 111., was in serious condition in a Sedro Woolley hospital after being rescued by helicopter from a nearly inaccessible mountainside after a rock slide. Officials were unable to learn the youlh's idenlity until he regained consciousness Friday morning. His father, H. Orr Hig- genbblhan of Joliel, was Ihen no- lified. The extent of the youlh's injuries was not disclosed. The Skagil County sheriff's office said first reports of the acei* dent came when an unidentified member of Ihe climbing parly from the Chicago area hiked out to a Vanger station high in the Cascade Mountains of northwest Washington Thursday to report that a climber was hurt. The youth was rescued by a helicopter from Paine Air Force Base, Wash., and flown to Con- crele, Wash., al the base of the mountains. He was taken by ambulance to Sedro Woolley, 25 miles away. Further details of Ihe accident and identities of the olher parly members were not available. The climber reporting the accident hiked back to rejoin his companions. 17 — 19 WANTED — Maintenance man for Alton Dragway. Needed as soon as possible. Apply at office. Alton Dragway, Rt. 1, Box 19A, Alton 111. 17 — 20 PORTABLE CAR WASH Enjoy the advantages as owner of portable car wash multiple operation. No buildings or land necessary. No labor problems. We furnish locations, installations and training. If you have $1090.00 to $3190.00 you can put to work, the ownership and profits of this business will be yours. Can be handled without disturbing present occupation. Write Interstate Merchan disers, car wash department Rochester, Minnesota for local in terview. 42 42 — 9-13 FOR MEN—Nice clean cool rooms. Good meals. Close In. 628 Alby. 42 — 22 • PRIVATE BOARDING HOME—For elderly ladles, gentlemen, private paid. Only 3 blocks to St. Mary's. 6 blocks downtown Alton. On bus line. 520 6th & Mechanic St., Alton. Telephone 462-4865. 43 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 3 — 21 HOUSEKEEPING ROOM — 1712 Bozza Street. 465-5949. PERSONAL SERVICE -I AM.OKING WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY foi the right man; must be in good health, have high school education and some experience in sales work. Apply Sears Roebuck and Co., personnel St., Alton, 111. office, 309 Piasa 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE 18 — 20 BABYSITTER—In my home. For shiftwork. Phone 259-2211. 18 — 22 BABY SITTER—Own transportation. Milton Area. 465-6515. 18 — 22 BABYSITTER—And light housekeep- keeper. Prote: tant. Work days, Monday-Friday. Elsah Area. Call 466-3015 after 5 p.m. 18 — 17 • DRKSSulAKINtt 30 — 9/17 ALTERATIONS — Complete line pants, pockets, zippers replaced dressmaking. Experienced. Mrs. O'Bryan. 462-3360. 30 — 9-4 DRESSMAKING—Alterations, pants cuffed. Reasonable. References. In my home. CL 4-4034. 31 LAUNDERING 31 — 9-14 WASHINGS & IRONINGS—Reason- able. Experienced. HO 5-5259. BEAUTICIAN — Experienced preferred, for well established beauty salon. Immediate employment. Write Box 870, care Telegraph. 18 — 19 CAPABLE WOMAN to care for two elderly persons and manage household. Reference required. Write Box 900 % Telegraph. 18 — 19 EXPERIENCED MAID — Live In. Write Box 890 % Telegraph. 18 _ 17 HELP WANTED—Bakery sales girl, part time. Average 27 hours per week. Evening hours 3 to 9 p.m. 5 day week. Uniforms furnished. Age 25 to 40. Sales experience desirable. Apply after 10 a.m. Mrs. Slebold's Bake Shop. Washington Square Shopping Center, 1G30 Main St., Allon. 18 — 20 ONE WAITRESS—And 1 fry cook. No phone calls accepted. Leroy's Lounge, 6th & Tennyson, Wood River. 18 — 17 WANTED—Housekeeper. 216 Ohio, East Alton. DRIVEWAY AND YARD LEVELING — Also weeds mowed with tractor rotary mower. 259-1567. t2 9/17 ELECTRICAL WIRING—Meter service, installation, repairs, parts. Berry & Son Electric — DU 4-9288 32 — 8-19-63 19 HELP WTD.. Male & Female 19 — 19 CLERK-TYPIST — Stenographers, blller-typist, bookkeepers, waitress es, housemaids. Credit manager, junior accountant, manager-trainees, payroll clerk, sales representatives. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 9-6 FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS—$5.00 up. Rexroat Flower Shop. 466-3789. 2712 Godfrey Rd. MONUMENTS — CEM. LOTS — 17 (i 2 GRAVE LOT—At Roselawn Memory Gardens. $100 less than present selling price. B. Wood, Rt. 1, Box 10G-A, Medora. 19 AMERICAN EMPLOYMENT 72G E. Broadway 17 KITCHEN HELP—Full time. Skaggs Steak House. CL 4-7612 between 10:30 a.m. & 12 noon. 19A SALESLADIES 19-A — 17 WANT TO MAKE $175 between now and Christmas? Easy! Sell flnesi Christmas Cards in the South! Per sonalizcd, Religious, Greetings, oth er Items. Write for amazing glfi offer. Sample outfit on approval Southern Greetings, 478 No. Holly wood, Dept. 117, Memphis 21, Tenn a-2 PF.RSONAIJ5 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1012. 7 — 8-26 — — LICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal photography. W. E. Burt, 2008 Washington Ave., Alton. 465-7350. ) _ TF — TU - Til - SAT RENT Cameras, protectors, accessories, FOSTER'S DRUS STORE Alton's Photo Center. HO 5-2585 230 Easl Broadway, Alton 8/29 BUSINESS SERVICE 12 BUS. ANNOUNCEMENTS 32 — 9/7 AIR CONDITIONING And refrigeration service. Call Joe Rlzzoll, HO 5-1506 32 — 8-26 BULLDOZING—Clearing and grading of all kir.ds. Call George Longfellow. HO : 7162. 12 — 9/1G CARPENTER WORK ROOFING and siding repaired and '•emodeled, no job loo small, estimates. 254-2303. 52 — 19 POWER LAWN MOWERS REPAIRED — SHARPENED Authorized Toro Service Complete slock Toro. Lawn-Boy mowers, riding mowers, garden tillers. Used mowers. STOBBS TIRE SALES 3525 College. HO 2-7326 32 — TF PARTS & SERVICE — Washing Machines and Vacuum Cleaners. 838 E. 7th — HO 2-4423 MIDDLECOFF'S FACTORY AUTHORIZED HOOVF.R CLEANER SERVICE 32 — 8-30-63 W APARTMENTS — FLATS 45 _ 17 3-ROOM — Nice clean unfurnished apartment. 1st floor. 462-8797. 45 _ TF 3 ROOMS—Upper Alton. Heat and water furnished. $45. Real Estate Exchange. 462-9797. 45 23 — 3 LARGE ROOMS AND BATH — Unfurnished. Upstairs. 539 E. 6th. Call 259-2633 after 5 p.m. 45 _ 21 ——— 3 LARGE ROOMS—Upstairs. Private entrance and bath. Heat, water supplied. $60. 462-8970, 462-3015. 45 — 17 — • 3 ROOMS—Very nice. Birch cabinets, tiled floor. Adults only. Mid-Town Alton. CL 4-2911. 45 _ 19 — 3 and 4 room private bath. Very nice, all utilities furnished. Mid- Town, 1322 Garden. HO 2-9082 or 259-2966. 45 23 • 4 ROOM APT. FOR RENT—And garage. 157 So. 8th. 254-4164. 45 _ 17 4 ROOMS — Upstairs, large bath, private enclosed entrance, garage. East 8th near Henry. After 6 p.m. call 462-7554. 47 _ 23 6 LARGE ROOMS heat, garage, $85. CL 4-4403. 45 _ 19 —. DUPLEX — 3 and 4-room private bath Very nice, all utilities furnished. Mldtown. 1322 Garden, HO 2-9082 or 259-2966. 45 _ 17 — • FOR RENT—Two 3-room apts. Heat, water, sewer paid. References required. 462-5996. 45 — 23 FOR RENT—Unfurnished 4 rooms upstairs, large porch, separate entrance, will be vacant Sept. 1, $55, heat and water furnished. Phone HO 5-8622. After 6 p.m. call 110 6-3615. 45 — 20 — —— LARGE 3 ROOM UPSTAIRS APT. —All utilities paid. $65 per mo, 308 W. 4th or call 462-0187. 45 — 24 — — NICE 5 ROOM—Partly furnished apt. 306 E. 8th St., Alton. 45 — 17 SWIMMING POOLS Do it yourself kits, or Installed. Concrete, flberglns, redwood. Round splash pools. Any price range. Financing. Chemicals & pool equipment. DUGGER-BAILEY, Inc. DU 4-46G2 CL 4-28GO 2 baths, gas Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" UPPER ALTON—3 rooms, unfurnished, heat and water furnished, Newly decorated. Adults only. HO 2-7162 or 254-0900. WlIsHIRE COLONIAL APTS. Alr-condltioned, spacious living. 1 & 2 bedrooms, furnished or unfurnished. Range, refrigerator, disposal, drapes. R. N. Dunn, 254-9113 or 259-2987. 45 — 19 WOOD RIVER 17 E. Jennings-, 4 room 1st fl, duplex basement; coal furnace; rent $50 mo. 116 Whltelaw; 5 rooms; 2nd fl., rent $75 with heat and water furnished. HESSENFLOW, Realtor 9 N. Wood River Ave. 254-3893, evenings 254-7748 Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily ANNOUNCEMENTS ANNOUNCEMENTS 20 SALESMEN 20—17 QUALIFIED LEADS Large Correspondence School needs experienced salesman lo close qualified leads. Excellent commissions, liberal overwrite, bonus. Expandable territory. Wide-open oppor- (unity lo earn $10,000-$18,000. Answer only if you have had successful experience soiling intangibles or hooks. Box 780, care Allon Tele- gniph. :>o _ in TRY DIAPAX TABLETS — (Formerly Dex-A-Dlet.) New name, same formula, only 98o, Honke Pharmacy, B SOCIETIES and LODGES 9 — 17 —, ..... WALTON CHAPTER ioia OES Annual picnic Mon.. Aug. 10, Westerner Club Grounds. Potluck. B p.m. Members & families. Bring ut ble service & white elephants. 10 LOS'IWSTK/VYEP-'STOI.EN 1Q _ 19 —* „„...,,.. —-»POUND — Horse, north of Godfrey. 496-1814, 10 — 19 . ——— LOST — Purebred sable ami white female Collie puppy. U mos. old. Rosewood Heluhts In East Alton vicinity, l-'or luforujaUon call CL 9-8098. ••"•"• '1 MliN TOR FULL TIME EMPLOYMENT $105.00 PER WEEK SALARY PLUS BONUS One uf (he fastest progressive com punius in Us field will have n representative Interviewing men who hold the following qualifications: 1. A ties 21 to 40. 2. Own automobiles in good condition. :t. willing to travel Monday through Frlduy. Home on week ends 4. High school education. , r >. Available for immediate employment. No experience necessary. Thorougl (ruining Is glvon by company and pay begins with training. Apply In Person to-, MR. JOHN SCOTT Company Representative 0:00 A.M.K) iiOO P.M. Tuesday, Auu, 20th Illinois State Employment Office 1710 Washington Ave. Alton, Mi/ Business Is Your Success MR. E. F, HAMEL AREA DIRECTOR Partake is a service dedicated to matching individuals to business opportunities. FOR FREE current list of exclusive franchlio opportunities in your area write Partake, 103 Dewey Dr., CeJIinfyiHf, l|^ Learn Wow We Can HeJp You Success/u YourQwn 103DEWGYDR, i, iu,

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