Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 16, 1963 · Page 7
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, September 16, 1963
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Sleep Like Log ir your 556 back at druggist. Take Ben-ana ablets with hot Water at bed time. Read In i«t until eye* shut. Betl-ans tattiett relieve tomecn gas due to exSess -stomach acid, jo harmful drugs. Send postal to Beli-ana, irangeburg, N.Y, for liberal free sample. CERTAINLY, sm EAST WINDSOR, Conn. JP— Women teachers got no special consideration at a board of education meeting here recently. A program for students. Among other things, the committee said: "We believe that pupils should respond with 'Yes, sir,' or 'No, sir,' when addressed by a teach- special committee of the board _ . announced a stringent behavior I Read Telegraph Want Ads Dally PENNEY'S SEPT. 16 to SEPT. 2ltf ALWAYS rifcftT QUALITY Get A Beautiful 5x7* Portrait Of Your Baby by AGE LIMIT 5 YEARS One or two children m any DM family will b* photographed SINGLY ot 59c each for the first pichire. Each additional child under five, $1.50 for the first picture. for only GROUPS (Two CMIdfM Only) $2.00 YOUR CHOICt OF StVERAL POSES. ADDITIONAL Sf LECTIONS S1.JS FOR 1« AWtftwi.l; $1.25 let $1.00 Fw OriMM Itf EDITOR'S NOTE: This is one of a series of articles on observations in Europe made on a recent trip by State Senator Paul Simon. By PAUL SIMON If you've been dreaming of a rip to Europe, it might be considerably less expensive than you hought. The two essential costs are: getting there and living over here. How can getting there be inexpensive? The most common way now of ;ettlng an inexpensive trip to Europe is to belong to some 10 TO 9 WON. THRU PRI. — 10 TO 5:30 SAT. EASTGATE PLAZA EAST ALTON Paul Simon Writes: Travel to Europe Can Be Inexpensive, if by Group group which sponsors a charter flight. On the trip which my wife and I just completed, for example, we went on the charter flight of the American Political Science Assn. Cost of a round trip flight to Europe: $224. That's one-half to one-third of what you would pay otherwise. Any Rotary Club, Woman's Club, or almost any conceivable kind of organization can charter flights. We met one man from France who was on his way to Glasgow, Scotland, to attend an international mushroom convention — and I'd be very surprised Y.M.C.fl. FALL AND WINTER PROGRAM (September to June) MEN Physical Conditioning - Basketball - Volleyball Handball - Swim Instruction - Weightlifting Body Building - Scuba Diving - Steam Bath Classes in judo - Fencing - Dog Obedience Training. BOYS 7-18 Swim Instruction - Swim Team - Tumbling and Gymnastics - Gymnastics Team - Physical Fitness Testing - Classes in Sports - Games - Judo Weight Training - Hobby and Interest Clubs, etc. Boys 4-5-6 Tots Swim Instruction For Information Call 465-6604 Y.M.C.A. f the mushroomers (if that's .vhat they call themselves) of the United States didn't have a char- er flight going to Scotland. What this means is that char er flights have brought the cost of travel abroad down to the •>oint where any American who is working regularly and who is really determined to go, can save enough money to make it across. Not Leisurely Or if you want to organize groups, your dividend for doing that is to get a free trip. But 1hat involves a great deal of work. I've done that twice, once on a trip around the world. I wouldn't recommend that for anyone who wants to take a leisurely vacation. One other way of traevl abroad should not be overlooked: the armed forces. The young man who tries to avoid serving may be doing himself a disservice, as well as his country. This was my means of first travelling abroad and in many repects my most valuable. But let's assume you're going across as a civilian. How can you live inexpensively? For $1.95 we bought a book, "Europe On $5 a Day", which was helpful. That means $5 per day per person, including hotel, meals and all expenses. And it can be rtoiie. My wife and I allowed ourselves a little more than that to take in special things we wanted to see, but we could have managed on the $5 per day, per person. Almost all European hotels that are inexpensive are very clean, Paris being the major exception to that in a few spots. Near leaning Tower In Pisa, Italy, for example, we stayed in a note) one block from the leaning tower, a very nice room, for $3 for the night for the two of us. In Paris — which you have always read is so expen sive — we stayed in a little hole! no one ever heard of: Grand Hotel of Lima. It was two blocks from the Notre Dame Cathedral a spotlessly clean room which In eluded telephone service, for & a night, including breakfast. Tha means $4 as the total price foi Technical Sergeant Eldon L.| amblcton of Worden has re- nlisted for another four-year our of service in the United tates Air Force. Sgt. Hambleton, a radio equipment maintenance technician, is he son of Mrs. Olinda Albrecht f 737 E. Pearl St., Staunton. Kenneth E. Allen, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Lester E. Allen of Hedora has enlisted in the United States Air Force and is iresently taking his military raining at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Tex. Four other area men have ompleted recruit training at he Naval Training Center, 3reat Lakes, 111. They are: Emil Arthur Bertels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil M. Bertels, 445 Milton Rd.; Victor Henkaus, Enjoy More Comfort... Safety, Economy WITH A NEW G.E. IMPERIAL GAS FURNACE There's an Important difference in gas furnaces. With G.E. "Pinpoint" heating you can "feel" the difference . . . Swirling air passing over hundreds of "Pin Points" draws maximum heat from the G-E cast iron heat exchanger • for ' maximum heating economy and efficiency. A G-E exclusive at ALTON BOTTLED GAS GODFREY ROAD PHONE 466-3461 Sergeant Reenlists In the Military he two of us. One big advantage of staying n the small, little-known hotels s that you meet few Americans generally, giving you an oppor unity to meet the "man on the treet" in Europe and get his view on things. For food you can spend as little or as much as you want. A high school teacher and his wife from San Jose, California, told us: "We lived on fruit and cheese and bread all the way :hrough France, and it cost us almost nothing." Never before have so many Americans had the opportunity ot going abroad — coming home with a little greater appreciation for what we have, and a little greater understanding of the views of others. TBUST YOUR RUGS CARPETS & UPHOLSTERY TO THE ON1.Y NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RUG CLEANING MEMBER IN THE AREA SUPERIOR CARPET CLEANERS 1838 Main St. — 485-252S PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY EASTGATE EAST ALTON color rhythms in area rugs! 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THERE'S A HANDY BE son of Mr. and Mrs. Ctetus Henkhaus, 716 Royal St., Alton; Harry Lee Bfttts, son of Harry Batts, Godfrey, and ttlchafrl Wayne Cox, son ot Mrs. Hazel Cox, 56 Lenora St. Cottage Hills Oscar B. Horton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hortoti of 1818 Belle St., Alton, fs presently ' n basic training at the Great Lakes Training Center. Several other area men have completed advanced training In various branches ot the service. At Camp Pendleton, Calif., Marine Pvt. Donald L. Wefts Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Werts of Brighton ahd Marine Pvt. Jamr.8 B. Thaxttn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Thaxton Sr. of Brighton, completed the four-week individual combat training course with the Second Infantry Training" Regiment. Army PFC Larry D. Flaugher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry L. Flaugher of Edwnrdsville, qualified an expert in firing the M-14 rifle while with U.S. Forces in Germany, near Ludwigsburg. In Grafenwohr, Germany, Army Spec. 4. William E. Mr- Collum, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McCollum of Moro, completed four weeks of summer field raining. Two area men who were at _,ackland AFB, Tex., have been reassigned to new post £° r technical training. They are: Airman William E. Ewlng Jr., whose grandmother lives at 2516 Krum St., Alton, to Amarillo AFB, Tex., as a supply specialist; and Airman Richard P. Musgrave, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clay E. Musgrave of 3404 Bloomer Dr., Alton, to Lowry AFB, Colo., as an air armament mechanic. Marine Sgt. Morris L. Ervln, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bluford Ervin of 527 Brookside Ave., Alton, recently reported for duty with the First Marine Air Wing at Marine Air Station, Iwakuni, Japan, and Wiles A. Bachensto, chief aviation electrician's mate, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bachensto of 303 S. Delmar Ave., Hartford, has been reassigned to the joint Spanish-American Naval Base at Rota, Spain, located on the Bay of Cadiz, 120 ! miles from Gibraltar. Following a tour of duty in England, Chief Warrent Officer Warren H. Harris of Godfrey has been assigned to a unit of the AF Communications Service at Scott AFB, Belleville. Two other area- men are presently serving aboard aircraft carriers with the U.S. Navy. They are Airman Donald K. Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hillar^ R. Marshall of 2300 N. Rodgers Ave., Alton, and David F. Droege, fireman apprentice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Droege of 1006 Logan St., aboard the USS Kitty Hawk in the Far East; and Seaman Apprentice Carl E. Hafford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Blufford Hafford of 18 Shordell Drive, Godfrey, aboard the USS Independence. Fire Damages Shafer Home At Jersey mile JERSEYVILLE — A fire of undetermined origin caused minor damage at the Arnold Shaler home 305 Cemetery Rd., Jerseyville at 9:31 a.m. Friday. No one was atPfiofiae at the time and the alarm was sent in by Milford Whitlock, a neighbor. The fire apparently started in a cabinet near a gas stove. 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CHAItOB THESB VALUB9 AT YOUR EAST ALTON PENNBY'S Shop 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. MONDAY through SATURDAY EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Intersection of U.S. Highway 67 and Niagara Avenue If you can repay $28.00 monthly... you can get $515.77 the minute you want it Or, if you want cash in another amount . . . more or less .. . why not phone and tell ua how much! If you prefer, stop in. Well be glad to help. •On 24 month repayment plan. Chirget are 3% on unpaid monthly balance up to $150, 2% per month on balances over (ISO to $300, and 1% per month on balances over »300 to $800. Beneficial Finance Co. of Chicago, Inc. 200 STATE ST. Phone: 462-9281 Alton, Illinois BENEFICIAL FINANCE SYSTEM 40 convenient affiliated offices. See white pages of your phone book.

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