THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5.1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIFTEEN Ball %s Pakistani Talks Good Ity ALAtf KfeNNKDY RAWALPINDI, Pakistan <AP)- U.S» ; UrtdersfeceetMy of State George Ball ended a three-day visit to Pakistan today, saying he had had excellent talks with Pakistani leaders and "we have a better understanding of each other's point of view." Although he failed to win a specific promise from President Ayub Khan not to move closer to Red China, Ball said his mission, ordered by President Kennedy, was fulfilled. He had been sent to probe Pakistan's intention toward the ( Communist bloc. / No Pact Seen American sources said Ball had the clear impression that Pakistan did not contemplate a^mutual defense pact with Communist China nor any other approach to Peking that would contradict Pakistan's role in anti-Communist alliances. The undersecretary flics now to Portugal for further talks with Premier Antonio de Oliveira Salazar — chief of another Western allied government with which the United States has been having differences. Aides said he plans to report to President Kennedy Monday. U.S. sources said Ball had again assured Ayub that the United States would protect Pakistan against aggression from any quarter. But they reported he has failed to quiet Pakistan's fear of Indian attack or allay resentment over U.S. military aid to India, Pakistan's neighbor and old enemy. Tills has been the major topic hi the talks Ball has conducted for the past three days. After the final meeting with the i president, Ball flies back to Wash-' ington. President Kennedy sent Ball to Pakistan, an ally in two defense pacts and recipient of Western military aid, to learn its intentions in recent moves toward the Chinese Communists. The United States has been concerned over Pakistani-Chinese border, trade and air transport agreements, all negotiated since the Chinese Communists attacked India last fall. . Angered by the stepped up flow of U.S. arms to India after the Indian-Chinese border fighting, various Pakistan officials have talked of quitting the Central Treaty Organization and the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization, both anti - Communist defense groupings. FormerMcCarthy Aide Indicted For Perjury NEW YORK (AP) — Roy M. Conn, anti-Communist investigator for the late Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, says he is the victim of "personal revenge and retaliation" following the indictment accusing him of perjury and obstruction of justice in a stock fraud probe. Cohn, 36, an attorney, was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury along with another Manhattan lawyer, Murray E. Gottesman, 56. Both were charged with scheming to prevent the indictment of four men in a 1959 inquiry into a United Dye and Chemical Corp. stock swindle. Conn and Gottesman immediately denied the charges. Cohn was chief counsel to the Senate permanent subcommittee on Investgations under McCarthy, and was the chief interrogator in the televised Army-McCarthy hearings on alleged Communist influence in the armed forces. ANNOUNCEMENTS CARft OF THANKS ANNOUNCEMENTS 2 — 5 . / EDWARD C. HOFFSTETTER—Wej would like to take this means of thankinft all otir relatives, friends and neighbors who were so kind during our recent bereavement. Especially Rftv. Edwin Meyers, Jacoby-Wlse Funeral Home, (lie pallbearers and those who sent flowers and food and cards or assisted in any way; —The Family J 5 ....... . .;• ' FRED TUEMMLEft^-We Would like to take this means of thanking all our friends, relatives and neighbor* who were So kind during our recent bereavement. Rev. KriSbs, Dent Funeral Horhe, pallbearers, board of members of Alton Savings and Loan, those who sent cards, flowers or^ assisted In any and every way. Mrs. Mattle Tuetnmler. Wife 2 .1 IV LOVW6 MEMORY 3 — 5 IN LOVING MEMORY of Alice Waggoner McKee, who would have celebrated Her 25th birthday today. Partly missed by, Mother, Father, Brothers and Daughter. ANNOUNCEMENTS • SOCIETIES and LODOES 9 — 5 — — — FUNERAL DIRECTORS 3 _ 3,8 . . i- FUNERAL FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS—$5.00 up. R«Xfoat Flower Shop. 466 3789. 2712 Godfrey Rd. 10/8 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Help for the problem drinkers. Men and women. HO 5-1012. 7 — 10/1 MRS. RUTH CURRY STEWART — The family would like to take this means of thanking all our friends, relatives and neighbors who were so kind during her ,1-week Illness and our recent bereavement Especially Burke Funeral Home. Rev. Charles Stevens, Uev. Schleler, pallbearers, those who sent flowers, food, cards Or assisted In any way. The Kenneth Curry Family 2 MY SINCERE THANKS to all who In any way Helped to make my 90th birthday such a Happy and memorable occasion. —Mrs. Ermlna Legate LICENSED DETECTIVE — Legal photography. W. E. Burl. 2006 Washington Ave., Alton. 465-7350. » - rp - ru - TH - SAT -— RENT Cameras, protectors, accessories FOSTER'S DRUG STORE Alton's Photo Center. HO. 8-2586 230 East Broadway. Alton 8 RUMMAGE A PASTRY SALES 8 — 5 • . RUMMAGE SALE—Saturday, Sen, tember 7th. Military Order of Lady 8 — 11 RUMMAGE SALE and Flea Market, Montlcello Plara, September 12 tc 13, 1063. 9 'til B p.m. Clothes, furniture, books and Jewelry. FRANKLIN LODGE NO. 25 AF&AM —Special meeting Thursday, September !5, 7 p.m. Wotk tn second degree. Visiting brethren welcome. Refreshments. WAYNE H. HARPER, W.M. 10 LOST—STRAYED—STOLEN 10 — 3 — FOUND — Watch at Rock Spring Park. Owner call DU 4-8202, Identify and pay ad. 10 — 7 LOST — FROM ROSEWOOD HEIGHTS — 12-year-old large male Collie, named "BLAZE." Sable with white ruff. Partially, blind. Family pet. FRANKLIN MEYERS. 259-3041. 10 — C LOST OR STRAYED—2-year-old female Beagle. Tan & white. Dog license No. 2499. Answers "Tammy." aRosewood Hts., Blue Grass Annex. Children's pet. CL 9-3649. LOST—Umpire's chest protector and mask. Lost at .1C ball park. CL 4-9232. Reward. 10 — 6 LOST — Golden retriever female/ Brighton Road. Contact E, J'. Vogelsang. FR 2-3227 or HO 2-0412. Read Tcjegraph Want Ads Daily ANNOUNCEMENTS LOST—St RAYED—STOLEN 5 10 10 LOST — Lady's diamond Hamilton watch with diamond band In North Alton area, on Delmar near State. Reward. HO 2-8829. 11 NOTICES 11—6 —• CAR -,VASH, $1.50—Wash and polish^ $3.00. 614 Ridge. 11 — 1) FOR WATKINS September bargains on vitamins, cosmetic creams and liousecleanln'g specials, call 466-1814 or 46,<5-6763. 11—9 NOTICE—604 Belle St. Is available for rummage sales. Call 465-9633. IIA RIDERS 11A — 5 MILTON—'To downtown St. Louis. 7:45 to 4:30 p.m. Call 468-7355. IIA - 7 RIDERS WANTED—Hours 8 to 4:30, East Alton-Wood River area to downtown St, Louis. CL 4-7558. IIA — 5 RIDERS — To downtown St. Louis from Norlh Alton. 7:30 to 4:45. 466-2496. IIA — 7 WANTED—Ride from Wood River to 3000 S. Broadway. 8 to 5. Call CL 4-1751. IIA — WANTED—Ride to St. Louis, 6th & Olive. 8:15 to 5 p.m. CL 4-2892. IIA — 9 WANTED — Ride to Barnes Hospital, starting 8 a.m.. HO 2-1968. EDUCATIONAL ISA INSTRUCTIONS 12A — B WHERE? . WILL YOU BE IN .JUST 3 WKS.? TRAIN NOW. PAY LATER. FREE PLACEMENT SERVICE GROCERY CHECKER, STOCKMAN. SUPERMARKET TRAINING. IBM KEY PUNCH-UN1VAC. WORLD W(DE SCHOOL CALL COLLECT CE 1-7637 812 OLIVE. COUNSELOR NEEDED. EMPLOYMENT 17 HELP WANTED — MALE 17-7 1—_— APPLICATIONS, for police patrolman will be received by the Wood River police department through September 19. Applicants must be between the ages of 23 and 35 and be a high school graduate or equivalent. Starting salary $455 per month. Successful applicants will tre placed on the eligible list. 71 — 5 BIG 40" —• Westlnghouse electric range. 4 years old. Like new. Cost $380, will sell for $100. Leaving stale. HO 2-2887. 17 — 5 EXPERIENCED shoe shine boy, tinder 18. 20 E. Broadway, Alton. 17 — 6 MAN TO WORK—In office of elevator and feed mill. Previous experience helpful. Bunker Hill Elevator. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" EMPLOYMENT I7A EMPLOYMENT SERVICES I7A — 9 ABLE CONSTRUCTION WORKERS —U, S. projects. All trades. Write Globe Application Service. Box 854, Baltimore .1, Md. 18 HELP WANTED — FEMALE 18 .-- 6 _ BABYSITTI-.R WANTED — Must stay 4ofi.0fi2.1 18 — fi BABY SITTER WANTED — Shift worker. Stay or go. Elderly woman preferred. DU 4-9257 between !) & 1 p.m. 18 - 6 BABY SITTER—For shift worker. Stay. -IB6-2841. 18 _ B BABYSITTER WANTED—Stay with 2 children. Straight days. DU 4-5067. 18 — BABYSITTERS REGISTRY — Need several more reliable baby sitters. Phone HO 5-3101 18 — 5 BABYSITTER WANTED — For 3 school-age children and light house work. Must stay. Call 466-2300. 18 — 12 BABY SITTER — Starting October 1. S-7-hour day, straight days — 254-99R7. 18 — BABYSITTER WANTED — For 1 child, 10 months old. North Alton area. Straight days. Call after 5 p.m. 466-1127. 18—7 CURB GIRLS WANTED — Full time. Spot'Llght Drive-In, Edwards- vllle Rd. After 6 p.m. No phone calls. EMPLOYMENT is HELP WANTED—"FEMALE 18 — 6 LADY TO CARt FOR CHILDREN —In our home, stay or go, shift work. HO 5-II25. 18 _ 30 — 3 — 5 LUCKY YOU! MULTI - MILLION DOLLAR Company expanding In this Ar«n. .Inrtv- Lee Jewels needs top sales people. Fast commissions: paid weekly. Cash bonus plus fabulous recruiting gift. Company pays complete hostess and booking gifts, company delivers and collects for you. No Investment. For confidential interview call 254-6641 or 254-9093. 18 — 7 PART-TIME—Clerical help needed. Apply at city hall, Wood River 18 — 7 EMPLOYMENT ! i» HELP wrn.. Mat* * ' Ifl — 5 - ! M -''^ • ! Accountant. Investigator. CrWlt Manager, Insurance AB«fl<. Manner Trainee, Warehouse Man. Stenographers. Bookkeeper, " KB ccptionlst. Dinner Cook and waitresses. AMERICAN EMPLOY- MF.NF. 726 K. Broadway. TOP BEAUTY SALON — Mana**r wanted, attractive pay atia bofius arrnnRement. Vacation* *ltn V»y. 5-day work week. Write Post Office Box 247. Alton. (Clam, continued page 98) PART-TIME BABY SITTER—For 2 children In my home, CL 4-32601 after !i p.m. [ 18 — 5 PIANO LESSONS—In exchange for baby slttlns. 462-5346. 18 — 5 WANTED — Someone to live In. For more Information call 259-1034. 18 — 5 WANTED—Someone to care for children in my home. Shift work. Bethalto area. Must have reference. DU 4-9240 after 4 p.m. 18 — 5 WANTED—Babysitter. Shift wor!:. CL 4-8515. 18 — 7 ANNOUNCEMENTS LEGAL NOTICES Leg«l Sept. 3 4 5 '63 —— • '•"-• REQUEST FOR BIDS Tbe Madison County Sanatorium Board of. Directors are requesting bids' on a new 8 cylinder four-door station wagon with automatic tram- mission, power steering and power brakes, with a 1957 Studebaker Station Wagon as'trade In. Bids to be accepted ' until • Tuesday morning, September 17th, 1983. The Board of Directors of the Madison County Sanatorium reserve the right to accept or reject any or all bids, - ' Legal — 5 — 6 — 7 INVITATION FOR BIDS ; The Housing Authority of the City of Alton will feceive bids at Its office located at 3116 Acorn. Alton Acres, Alton, Illinois, until U:oq A.M., D.S.T.. on the 23rd flay of September, 1963, for the supplying of an estimated quantity of 200,000 gallons Propane Gas for delivery to Project ILL-5S-1, Alton Acres, for a period of onem year. For further Information and specifications contact: D. F. Braner. ' Executive Director Housing- Authority of the City of Alton . Legal 9/5/63 —•— NOTICE You are hereby notified that the City Plan Commission of the City of Alton. Illinois, will hold a public hearing on Tuesday* Septwnber 24, 1963, at the hour of 1:30 P.M., In the Council Chambers of City Hall Building, In Alton. iTllnola. to consider what ecUon to tajce upon the application for re»nlng pf the following described properties to c-2 Business District, namely: ."., , Lots 58, BO. 77 and 78 in Schmerge Block in the original town of Upper Alton, now City of Alton, situated in the City of Alton, County o?*MaSlwn, mate onillnols. Said property is commonly known and referred to as 1417 Washington Uots77 and 78 are presently zoned R-4 and Lotr«9 and flO are presently zoued R-2 under the Zoning Ordinance ofJhq.,Clty of A»? n i 'Sf'V'Sn You are lurther notified that all perioni Intereitecl in subject rezoning may appear at said time ana place and will be afforded an op portunlty to be heard. . D«t«d this 3rd day of September IM3 ' /s/ P. W. DAY. Chairman, City Plan com of Alton, Illinois. 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