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-M.^.^.-vjai.,. A..-^.....,,, : AUGUST 19, i§63 ALfON EVENING Bom to,* A.9.C, ttftnlM A. tfoy find MM, tfuy, bHluth, Minn., a son, tfatnes .Carter, 7 pounds, S oiiMBSt Mi p.m. Friday, St, Mary's Hoapltftl, frulnth. fttnnd. parents are Mr., Mid Mrs. darter diilton, fto^ewood Heights, and Mr, and ^MM, itemes If, lYoy,,i Altbn, >Alfrnnti troy is stationed at ttuluth International Alfp-oVtf iJ Mr, and Mrs, Wlllinhr ttolilttl, 1011 8(ato St., a flon, Steven fteg, 6 pounds, 10:43 a.m. Saturday,; St, Joseph's Hospital. Grandparent* urc Mr. and Mrs,-' James ,0'C»rtitt>r ?! Alton,, and Mr. and Mf#. Hettry Bellini of aodfrey> ' , Mr, mid Mfy. Harry Perkins, 746 Huhiboidt 1 Ct'., a son, John David, 7 potinds, 3 ounces, 12:37 p.m. Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital Six elder chfl- dren, Mr. and Mrs, Clmrlcs Goon, 2330 Central Ave., twin sons, Derrick James, and Dennis Charles, Saturday, St. Joseph's Hospital. The first bnby, bom at 6! 10 p.m., weighed 5 pounds, 11 ounces, and the second, bom at 6:12 p.m., weighed 6 pounds, G ounces. Elder child, Denlce Eileen, 9'/6 months. Maternal grandmother, Mrs. Stella Blunk Rellly of Alton, and maternal great grandmother, Mrs. Kate Skiblsld. Mr. and Mrs. James Burdett, 1129 Meadow Drive, Cottage Hills, a daughter, 7 pounds, 8 ounces, 3:38 a.m., Sunday, Dr. Brady Appointed By NYU Lodges Dr. Mary M. Brady of 3.116 Edwards St., Alton, has been appointed to the Alumni Advisory Council on Admissions of New York University. The appointment was announced by Dr. Fred E. Grassland, dean of admissions' Members bf the nationwide Advisory Council assist and advise NYU's Office of Admissions and help to further the institution's admission policies. They are nominated lo represent Ihe university within their respective communities. The council includes more than 250 alumni of NYU in 30 stales. Dr. Brady is a professor at Southern Illinois University, Alton. She received her doctorate in education from NYU's School of Education in 1957. College Notes Miss Sydney Sue Ferguson, daughter of Mrs. ( Clari'ce' Ferguson, 1800 Waslllnfton Ave., has returned home from New York City where she has beeir attending plays with other theater majors from Indiana University. The attendance of Broadway plays Is part of a course at the university. Alton Women of the Moose will meet for a business session Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the Moose Hall. Both Stores Open Monday Night Till 9 p.m. Here Now! Wood River tmvmhlp Hospital. Me. ami MM. WlibMrn B. JfiuhUnlu, 1419 Flttl St., Cottfige Hills, ft son, 7 pounds, i ounce. ll!23 a.m. Sunday, Wood River Township Hospital. Elder- children: Mary n, WIlbtlHI &, Palll 8, Ronnie 6, and Rickey 3. Mf. nfid Mt% eliafloa 0. Btadfibakeiy 500 Indiana Ave., Eflst Altoii, a son, 8 pounds, 2 ounces, 4i2? a.m., Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Michael Charles, 13, and Debrn Frances, 4. Mr, and Mti Charter Vnnde' vord, 866 Melzger? St., Wood Rivet', a daughter, Julia Ann, 7 pounds, 3 ounce*, 10 a.m., Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Linda 14, Danny 8, and Nancy 3. Mr. nml Mrs. Wlllnrd ninse, Rte. 1, Worden, a son, 7 pounds, 15 ounces, 1:42 a.m. Sunday, St. Joseph's Hospital. Elder children, Cindy 4, and Linda, 2. Mr. mid Mrs. William Reynolds, 707 E. Carpenter St., Jerseyvllle, a son, Christopher Wayne, 6 pounds, 11 ounces, 5:54 p.m. Friday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, William Carl Jr. 4, and Tina Kay, 2. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Onrmcnn, 1205 Central Ave., a daughter, Monlque Yvette, first child, 5 pounds, 11 ounces, 10:01 p.m., Saturday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Carmean is the former Sharon Lee Church, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Church, Cottage Hills. Paternal grandparents are Mrs. Florence Carmean, Alton, and Russell Carmoan, Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. William Goth, Bunker Hill, a son, William Kenneth Jr., 5 pounds, 8. ounces, 6:26 a.m., Saturday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Four elder children. Mr. .and Mrs. Lewis Hancock, 303 E. .Jennings Ave., Wood River, a daughter, Barbara Ann, 7 pounds, 14 ounces, 3:36 a.m. Saturday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Four elder children. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hutchln- son, 732 E. Rosedale St., Rosewood Heights, a daughter, Brenda Ellen, 7 pounds and 4 ounces, 2:38 a.m. .Saturday, Alton Memorial Hospital. One- elder child. ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanders Jr., 2712 Godfrey Road, Godfrey, a son, Michael Rexroat, 8 pounds, 5 ounces, 1:11. p.m. Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder child, Lisa, 6. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beuttel, Rte. 2, Brighton, a son, Randall Allen, first child, 8 pounds, 8 ounces* 7:56 a.m. Sunday, Alton Memorial .-Hospital. Mrs, Beuttel is the former Miss Phyllis Kay Wliited, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whited of Medora. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beuttel, Brighton. Mr. nml MVs. Herman Travis, 3208 Duco St., a daughter, 8 pounds, 11:43 a.m. Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Elder children, Brian, .2, Cathy, 1. Mr. and Mrs. John Tlmmer- motor Jr., 3217 Burton St., a daughter, Gayla Dawn, 7 pounds and 3 ounces, 11:21 a.m. Sunday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Five elder children, two girls nd three boys. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Halom, Rte. 2, Edwardsville, a on, 8 pounds, 11 ounces, 2:02 i.m. today, Alton Memorial lospital. Elder, child, Jeffrey Ray, 3. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ragsclnle, 34 Nelson Drive, Bethalto, a on, Michael Don, fli-st child, 3 pounds, 15 ounces, 5:38 a.m., oday, Alton Memorial Hospital. Mrs, Ragsdale is the former Miss Betty Jo Peison, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Peison, Pueblo, Colo. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. form R. Ragsdale of. Alton. Racial Issues To Confront Governors W. Va. (AP) ** A civil rights group planned to demonstrate at the Southern Governors Conference, today against possible adoption of lions. pro-segregation resolu- Unit 7 Board to Fete New Teachers at Dinner Nothing touching on civil rights is on the conference program But Gov. George C. Wallace Ot Alabama has announced plans to Introduce resolutions on several racial Issues. They Include protests of the planned Aug. 28 civil rights march on Washington and the Defense Department order under which cities with segregated facilities can be declared off limits to military personnel. Resolutions are considered first by the resolutions committee, which makes Its report Wednesday, final day of the meeting. A three-foiirlhs vote Is needed for adoption by the conference. Wallace and Gov. Ross Barnett of Mississippi also will try to win support for their f Independent presidential elector plan. But the conference chairman, Gov. Orval Faubus of Arkansas, said Sunday he doubted the plan would succeed in his state. Faubus, a Democrat, told news conference he might vote Republican in next year's presidential election. "If I felt the Republican nominee offered the greater hope for the country than the Democratic nominee, then I., would support the Republican," said Faubus. Bootlegger Shoots Two Lawmen LITTLEVILLE, Ala. (AP)—An EDWARDSVlLLE-New teaeh- -s In EdwardsviUe Community Unit School District 7 will be guests of members of the Board of Education at a dinner Aug. 29, District Supt. A. Gordon Dodds said today. On the following day, Aug. 30, teachers will meet for an all-day workshop session, Dodds reported. The workshop will begin at 8 a.m. with a general meeting of teachers and principals. Teachers will be Introduced and will accompany principals to schools In the district for an or- iettlalion session. Forly Iwo new teachers will begin their duties in the district this year, including 13 additional Instructors hired by the board. Classes will begin on Sept. 3 with a half - day session. Buses will operate but cafeterias will be closed. Sept. 4 will be the first full day of classes in the district. Thieves Strip Automobile at South Roxana EDWARDSVJLLE - The sheriff's office today was Investigat ing separate reports thai thieve! had stripped an automobile a South Roxana and a "Go-Carl" a Mitchell. Willie Belt, 301 Indiana Ave. South Roxana, reported at 11:02 a.m. Sunday that his automobile stolen from the driveway of his home during the night, was fount near Dad's Club Park — stripped of battery, generator, voltage me ter, spare tire and wheel, two hubcaps and a bumper jack. At 2.41 p.m. Saturday the sher iff s office received a report from Lloyd Palley of 521 English PI. Mitchell, that a Go-Cart owned by his 15-year-old son, Tom, had beei moved from the back yard of th residence and left in a ditch afte the thieves had removed the mo intensive manhunt is under way today for a 40-year-old bootleg suspect officers sold shot and killed a sheriff and police chief in a gun battle. Dead are Colbert County Sheriff Herman Cook and Police Chief Neal Pace of Littleville, a town of about 700. Pace was the town's only policeman. In critical condition with a bullet wound in his stomach was Deputy Sheriff Donald Files. . Police said the shooting started when a . group of officers approached, the shack home of Troy Thronton Sunday in search of ,bootleg whisky. Deputy Sheriff Ray Murray said Thornton ran inlo the thick tor, clutch, sprockets and wheels Two boys had noted the strippec vehicle in the ditch along a stree in Mitchell. The loss was estima ed at S65. ATHENS — Greece is buyin radio equipment and plans com munications lings with Crete. Asks When Budget Will Be Balanced WASHINGTON (At>) - The < e n n e dy administration was rged today by Sen. William 'roxmire, D-Wls., to tell Con- Toss when the federal budget ,'ould be balanced if (axes are educed. Noting that the budget for the iscal year starting July 1 was resented to Congress last Janu- ry, Proxmlre said In a prepared ienate speech: "It is now August, 1963, and ve have no better figures on the lature of government receipts ind expenditures than we had even months ago." The speech was the third in a erles Proxmlre has been mak- ng on budget reform In his ca- acity as chairman of the stalls- Ics subcommittee of the Joint Iconomfc Committee. The only estimate on the bud;et, Proxmire said, is based on he original and quite different ax proposals of the administra- ion and on some very general es tlmates about increases in expenditure programs. "Both of these broad assump- :ions are now out-the window," he said. Proxmire said Congress and the nation suffer seriously because the latest and most comprehensive estimates of future government spending and revenues are not made available systematically- New Era Of Peace Possible B.y MlVffcS MAttLOW Associated I'fess New-s Analyst WASHINGTON (AP) - The United Stales is walking softly and a litlle self-consciously, like a soldier In gym shoes. It doesn't know whether It entering a new era with the Sovie night be agreement with the Sc~ iets on safeguards against surprise attack. All this could mean the two ountries finally have learned to ie a little more sensible with each rthcr and will try to be even more so. Bui there can be no treaty with- »ut Senate approval. Questions raised by senators not only show they doubt Moscow ntends to keep the treaty but But he said he thought It Wise to try to explore other possible fields of agreement, such as safeguards against surprise attack. If there has been no real Ihv provoment in relations with the Soviet Union since the end of the war, at least the mood seems better. "The outgoing Eisenhower administration in 1960 provided 10- year forecasts for both expenditures and receipts," Proxmfre said. "The techniques and procedures are well known both in the business community, where such forecasts are viewed as essential for investment decisions, and in the economics profession. "For example, the National Planning Association regularly provides five and 10-year forecasts on all sectors of the economy and these forecasts have proved extremely useful to con- Union. For 18 years it talked of want Ing some atom controls. Now th Soviets have agreed to a nuclea test ban forbidding all tests ex cept those underground. Last week the United States am the Soviet Union agreed to coop erate in space projects involvin weather and communications sai ellites. They have agreed on a "ho line" link between Wasliington an Moscow. That agreement provides for direct communication between the two capitals as one means of preventing an outbreak of war by accident. Secretary of State Dean Rusk indicated last Friday a next step Rioting Chinese Machinegunned HONG KONG (AP)—More than 400 rioting Chinese were machine- gunned to death by Communist troops recently in Chao Yang, Kwangtung Province, press reports said here today. About 1,000 laborers fled to the hills after the incident, the re ports said. have misgivings about Soviet iti- .entions to agree to it at all. Kennedy admlnisration officials, one after the othef, nssurec the Senate they weren't taking anything for granted, ether. They explained they wouldn't be caught napping if the Soviets tried any nuclear tricks. Vet, this Country Is in an ex- remely self-conscious position on the treaty and the Senate Is expected to approve overwhelming' The Unled States, besides long urging some such agreement, for three years, starting in 1958, re- George F. Kennan who resigned recently as ambassador to Yugoslavia after 29 years with the Slate Department, proposed a his loric plan in J947. It was adopted and became the basis of American foreign policy in dealing with the Soviets, the "policy of containment." It called for ringing Commu nism with military alliances ahc bases. This Was done. One of thi alliances was NATO in VVesten Europe. Moscow tried to match th NATO front in Europe by oreatin an alliance of its European sate lltes in the Warsaw Pact. The alliances have faced eac other since. Last June Premie Khrushchev proposed that the tw ides sign a fltmaggreifttafu ajff»> men! " Sunday, Kennnn suggested atieh i agreement might tss td th* dvantage of (he United State* It led to other flRteemefitft iMth Moscow - and if It did nbt hamper solution of the problem of the wo Germanics. He said a normggrefl*jo« n itseli would Hot Wbrffl but said he considers-ft divided ermany the most potentially dangerous question in Europe, trained voluntarily torn atmospheric tests without agreement. Tills made the Soviets self-conscious and they also refrained for (three years. Then they suddenly >egan again. The United States did, too. Both now promise to give each ther at least three months' notice they want to scrap the treaty by new testing. The Kennedy administration is n the same fix as everyone else: t doesn't know whether this is he opening to a whole new re- ationship with the Soviets. More than that: It seems equal- y puzzled why Moscow has be- :ome so agreeable. Rusk was asked why at this news conference Friday. He said he thought it a "little dangerous" to be a mind reader. gressmen and others ... "I believe, therefore, that ev ery administration should be required to make and publish long run forecasts, by which I mean five years, of the way in whic federal expenditures and receipt are expected to change." Complete Colft'Op DRY CLEANING FACILITIES! All the Work Will Be Boti« by Our Attendant! 8 LBS. 4 LBS. $2.00 $1.25 EASY-WASH AND DRYCLEAN CENTER State & Delrtiar North Alton Open Dntty 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. No Appointment Necessary BEAUTY SALON Arcade, Wilshire Village woods surrounding home'and escaped. Thornton Sunday in his shack search of LADY RAGLAN •Newest in Gymsuits ptyled by Moore The very latest design In ipac«-«|i lymsults-and your sohQPl h« It, Wowl Wore you run to our stprt, let us 'tell you a few of Lady Raglan's olurmu Raglan-type sleeve and M shaping tygkj-comblne action freedom In high- fashion styling. Long, slim look aided by waist-shaping tuoks 'and elastic biok. Hide-away pocket and snaps for quick on n' off, A Moore bonus - §an- torlzid Wash-and-Wear. Hardly needs Inning, ,Now on your mark »*.!«' wl - jo>ol Navy Blue—QfficlBl Gym Suit (or gilt Alton-Wop*! fllvor Junjflr fw ' tarily to Tuscumbia and was held at jail there for the night. No charge was placed against her. Mrs. Thornton told police she had gone to see Littleville Mayor Frank Bulllngton and was not present when the shooting .occurred. Weather Cancels C of C Tun Day' at County Seat Jacoby's Gil-new slim-line design Rally Leaders Abide Orders of Court DETROIT ((/PI) — Leaders Of n Negro rally of 700 persons Sunday night submitted to a court order and called off plans to play tape recorded testimony of the white policeman who shot and killed a convicted Negro prostitute, Cynthia Scott. They said they acted because Miss Scott's mother, Mrs. Lillian Scott, did not want to risk having her civil suit against the putrolnvui dismissed. EDWARDSVILLE — The Edwardsville Chamb,er of Commerce "Fun and Recreation Day" set for today in which nearly 100 reservations were received, was canceled because of weather conditions, Chamber Secretary Albert Pauli reported. A buffet supper for chamber members and guests, to be followed by an evening of dancing as part of the fun day observance was scheduled for 6:30 p.m. at the Sunset Hills Country Club,. Phil Weber, co-chairman "o&tV evenl, said another date'for'the fun day observance had not-been set pending a meeting with Chamber Secretary Pauli. The chamber board of directors will meet in a special session Wednesday evening at 7:30 to outline plans for the chamber sponsored St. Louis Hawks-Detroit Pistons professional basketball exhibition game here Sept. 28. Arrangements for a second ap jearance of popular pianist Liberace Oct. 28 is also on the agenda , at Wednesday's board meet. Dark Room Supplies HICKS PHOTO STUDIO 3418 California HO 5-6086 LA VOGUE BEAUTY SALON 202 B. IHnln, East Alton Next to Silver Rlrtgc Market August Special AUG. 20-AUG. 31 OUR REGULAR $10.00 PERMANENT 50 $ 7 GET RUGS BEAUTIFULLY CLEAN THE BiSSEll WAY Save time, work, money! New Blssell Double Action Rug Shampoo Master used with Bissell Rug Shampoo makes the Blssell way faster, easier than ever. Two cushion rollers, two brushes do a 9 x 12 In under % hour for under 2c a square foot for shampoo. Safe on all domestic rugs. $ Complete with Hair Style and Cut Hours:' 9 A.M. - 8 P.M. CL 4-5932 • Wo are happy to have Jan Nowlan back with us. She will be glad to 'see her old friends and customers—with or without appointment. BEAUTY SALON PHONE HO 2-7131 Open Mon, ana Frl. Nlto» •TU 9 P.M. Tots 'n Twccns i Apes 6 to 14 ,., are styje conscious too,,, I trip tpthp Beauty Salon can be a treat! END CURL PERM. and Sty led Set 395 t Anointment Met Alwyf Httwary Extra Shampoo Available at Jacoby's Other Models from $7.08 Including 82 oz. 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