Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 26, 1963 · Page 21
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Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 26, 1963
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-ONE Ann Landers Children Out of Control DKAR AftN: I'm a young mother who fe'els she can't do anything right. My three children deserve a, better mother than they have. I am always yelling at - them, threatening, spanking and punishing. They are under 10 years of [age and constant- at war with 'each other, the Neighbor children and with me. h u sb a n d says it's my job to control the kids Ann Lander*, and I know he's right, but I just can't do it. I see other youngsters who behave beautifully. This means their mother has done a good job. No one will ever say that about mr mid mine. More than anything I want to be a good mother but I don't measure up. I know you can't straighten me out In one letter, hut please lead me to the help I need.—BLUE MONDAY DEAR MONDAY: First, get a complete physical check up. You may be run-down and in need of medical attention. This can make people short-tempered and impatient. Next, contact the Family Service Association or a local mental health clinic for reading material on how to raise children. These are days when every mother, no matter how competent, would cheerfully , change children with any neighbor, but the situation you describe is not an "off day." Your kids sound out of control. And P.S.: Your husband could be helping instead of criticizing. They are his kids, too. Give the doll some reading material and tell him it's got to be a joint 17 Wool Jersey Sixes 10 to 20. Basic wool Jerseys for your daytime to evening dress. In your favorite shades. Sckaefiers 108 W. Third effort. * * * * WEAR ANN: You must be a man. No woman could have given such rotten advice to the daughter whose 72-year-old dad wanted to remarry—in the old folks home yet! That old geezer should have been declared off his trolley. I almost fainted when you gave him a green light. After all, the man has lived a full life. Fifty years of maiTiage, a nice family. What more could a person want? Just because the old elk has niet a woman at the home who must be as nutty as he and they want to get married, is no sign the family should O.K. such nonsense. This just proves what I've always said: Sick, well or dying—just show me a man who is too old or too tired for sex and I'll eat this newspaper—the whole Sunday edition. Thank you. -GLAD I'M SINGLE DEAR MARY SUNSHINE: I'm glad you're single, too. This is your contribution to the human race. No Buyers Yet For V.S. Wheat By OVID A. MARTIN Obituaries Henshaw EDWARDS ILLE — Cyrus - e Henshaw. 74, of Glen Carbon, who retired in 1961 after serving 12 Associated Press Farm Writer | years as Madison County superin- WASHTNGTON (API—In all the hub-bub over a possible sale of U.S. wheat to the Soviet Union, at least one element is officially lacking: The big buyer. Czechoslovakia, a member of the Soviet bloc, has approached the United States on the chance of a wheat deal. But Agriculture and Stale Department, officials insist that the Soviet Union itself has made no move, either directly or indirectly. However, action of President Kennedy in requesting two House committees to discuss the matter with two Cabinet members today was open to the interpretation that the government had knowledge that an offer 1 was on the way. Review The House Agriculture and Foreign Affairs Committees will go over the matter with Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman and Secretary of Commerce Lu- I her 11. Hodges. Two farm-minder] senalors- tcndent of the veterans assistance c'onmiission of Illinois, died Wednesday at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Belleville, after a two-year illness. A native of McAllister, Okla., lie had followed the barber trade at Glen Carbon for many years before being named superintendent of the Madison County Veterans Assistance Commission in 1939. He held that post for 12 years and assumed his duties with the state department of welfare's division of veterans assistance at Alton State Hospital. Hens-haw was a veteran of World War I and first commander of Marry Seaton American Legion Post at Glen Carbon. He was affiliated with the Glen Carbon Methodist Church, Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Logion Post, and a member of Edwardsville Masonic Lodge. His parents were the late Hiram and Sarah Jones Henshaw. He was married Sept. 1, 1924, to Conduct Rites for Infant Timothy Prire ( I Graveside rites for Tomothyj Scott Price, innfant son of Mr. j and Mrs. Howard L. Price of 5081 Wyss St., were conducted this Investigate rive Extortion Job Dr union at HV Bowman Dairy Co. tempted extortion, Ward havr fomplained the firm was be- Benjamin Lewis was a inc unjustly pressured to hirfj \\-pst .Side Negro alderman found morr Negroes under throat of I h;| nfjcutf ^ an( ] shot to death In | his office. The Feb. 28 slaying remains unsolved. morning in Upper Alton Cemetery by the Rev. R. M. holies. The hnhy dipt! 18 hours nfter birth Tuesday in Alton Memorial Hospital. s Riles Time Changed hoycvitt. An officer of (he fil'aled Milk Wagon Drivers tin ion, Thomas .1, Haggerty. saidi(- on ( rn | "possible extortion elements" 1 GUATEMALA CfTY — Ouatem- uei-r> involved in the boycott!.,),, h;,$ adopted new regulations threat. 'to r-asr her formerly strict foreign Haegrrty also "--aid lha! tin- Ne- exchange control laws, has subnop'!q|- f , organi/atinn's Sf-fretriry. Roll 1 convicted of I The Cook CHICAGO (API County Grand Jury naed five men in an investigationj ert Scott, had been of extortion charges in a drive toj extortion in 1951. i force hiring of Negroes. | The state's attorney did indicate' Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" State's Ally. Daniel P. Ward declined to identifv the witnesses (tailed Wednesday by the grand jury. The Negro Labor Relations League, which has threatened to j use its claimed membership of JERSEYVILLE — A change i 35,000 to boycott firms which do Wednesday that (he county's in-1 vesltgation will he widened to in-| elude talks with at least -17 other have been or unlavor Chicago firms which STREEPER I bert H. Humphrey, D-Minn.. and DKAR ANN: Recently you told | George T. Aiken. R-Vt. — told [a mother she wasn't raising a | son. that she was raising a tJibln. Well, that's exactly what my mother is doing—raising a 17-year-old vegetable. I should be having the time of my life now but instead I am miserable. My mother will not let me date although I'm a high school senior. I've never been at newsmen they had heard from commercial and private trade sources that the Communists want to buy as much as 200 million bushels of wheat and a quantity of feed grain. Generally, its been taken for granted that the Communists would buy American grain only if they could get it at the cut-rate price at which it is sold to friend- permitted to spend a night a girl friend's house (I'm a glrl),^ countrips lindpr an export sub , because mom worries about wild |sj( , y progr ., ni | the former Miss Elizabeth Titler -Hu-|who survives, together with a sister, Mrs. Rudolph R. Schiber of Glen Carbon. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Friday at Lesley Marks Funeral Home, where funeral services will be conducted al 2 p.m. Saturday by the Rev. Lawrence E. Becker, pastor of Glen Carbon Methodist Church. Burial will be in Walnut Hill Cemetery, Belleville. William J. Milford Rites at Beardstown has been made in time of funeral services for Ross K. Cummings of Carrollton. Rites will be conducted ;il 1 p.m. Friday in Jacoby Bros. Funeral Home instead of 2 p.m. as was originally planned. Visiting hours ;it the funeral home will be after 2 p.m. today. Mrs. Hall Interment In Alton Cenielery Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Ann Hall, 1M. w e r e conducted Wednesday al 2 p.m. in Streeper Funeral Home by the Rev. Robert .Simpson, pastor of F i r s t Methodist Church. Burial was in Alton Cemetery. S e r v i n g as pallbearers were Roy Stalp, Frank Eaves, Raymond Andrews, Clifford Krug, William and Gilbert Dennison. Prisoners Break Out Of Jail-Into Closet NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)—Two teen-agers who crash parties. My whole life is going to school, doing homework, going to family affairs which I hate. Can you see n way out of this jail? -TRAPPED DEAR TRAPPED: A high school senior should be allowed That price is about 60 cents a bushel below the domestic price. Commerce Department regulations deny benefit of the subsidy to the Soviet bloc. The domestic price is supported above world levels by a farm price support program. to date. Enlist the aid of your. There is nothing in the laws or teacher or your clergyman. Have you thought of going away to college? If you haven't, you should. Even if it means working your way through. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her In care of this newspaper e'ncIosliiB a stamped, self-addressed envelope. C)1963. Publishers Newspaper Synd. Standing roasts of beef may be cooked straight from the freezer, but allow extra time for the oven- roasting. If you give yourself a half-hour leeway, you should be on the safe side. PASTRY AND RUMMAGE SALE SATURDAY, SEPT, 28 9 A.M. THE TRUE CHURCH HOUSE OF PRAYER TO ALL NATIONS 5 E. 17th ST, ALTON, ILL Sponsored by Ladies' Auxiliary regulations that would keep the Soviets from buying all the wheat they wanted at the domestic price. Obviously they do not want to pay that much. Issue A matter to be settled is whether congressional action is necessary. Chairman Allen J. Ellender, D- group of area relatives have j P rifiOners worked hard Wednesday sawing through a steel wall in City Jail. But when the hole they made was big enough to peek through, they stared straight into the face of Jailer Buford Hill. He had heard their sawing. Even if Edward Louis and Sam R. Scruggs had completed the job they wouldn't have gotten anywhere. Their hole opened to a plumbing-utility room leading only to the first of several locked doors. A returned from Beardstown where they attended funeral services for William Jefferson Milford, 79, father of Floyd Milford, East Al|ton, and Mrs. Robert Bagby, and Mrs. A. A. Capron, Wood River. Rites were conducted in Cline Funeral Home, Beardstown, by the Rev. David Gray, pastor of First Southern Baptist Church, Beardstown, and the Rev. Jacobs, area missionary for East Alton Southern Baptist Association. Attending the funeral were Mr.' and Mrs. Bagby and the Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Capron, Wood River, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Milford. East Alton. mentioned, favorably ably, in handbills issued by- league. Ward not give more jobs to Negroes, las come In Ihe attention of conn !y and federal anthrities. Both management and a labor ALTON-WOOD RIVER BETHALTO desired also said questioning is of 15 businessmen eon- acted by another Negro orgam/a-l (ion. The Friends of Ben Lewis FUNERAL HOME Association, mav have businessmen c. TWAVIS STKKIiPKR. Owner] IB'30 WAHIIINUTON Services 10 a.m. Friday in the Chapel. Rev. Jesse J. Gibson officiating. Burial in Alton City Cemelery. In state al. the Chapel. La., of the Senate Agriculture) Committee, said action by Congress may be necessary.' But Agriculture Department lawyers have leaned in the other direction. The talks private American interests have been carrying on in Ottawa, Canada, about the possibility of a big grain deal with the Soviet Union have hit some snags. The Peavey Co., a large Midwestern milling and grain firm, said Wednesday it had sent representatives to Ottawa with the understanding that an Agriculture Department spokesman would be participating. But when none showed up Peavey withdrew its officials. AN INVITATION To The Ladies .... Facilities are available here at the Pancake House for card parties or other social events . . . afternoons or late evenings. Dine with us . . . no charge for use of facilities. Phone for Details 466-0201 PANCAKE HOUSE 3080 Godfrey Koad Open Daily 'til 11 p.m. Fridays l& Saturdays 'til 1 2 a.m.! New Laws Seen ANKARA — New laws are being readied in the Turkish capital which will extend tax breaks to foreign investing firms. Mrs. Misha Williams Rites Conducted Committal rites for Mrs. Misha Williams, 75. of 84'Sullivan Drive, were conducted at 10 a.m. today in Upper Alton Cemetery by Elder inson. pastor of Pentecostal Power Church. Funeral services for Mrs. Williams were Wednesday at 8 p.m. Pallbearers were the Rev. Dock Nolan. William Smith, Lennie Smith, Mitchell McBride, Russell Wilson and Fred D. Henderson. FASHION Calls for the Floor Length Sheath Dress by TOPSY ORIGINALS al Paulene's Fashions o Plaza ' • The Holy Cross Toad lives in the semideserl of Central Australia. When it ruins. Ihe toad stores water in its body; in drought, it burrows deep into the hardening mud. Aborigines sometimes gel a life-saving drink of water by squeezing the toad. THURSDAY • FRIDAY • SATURDAY ONE TIME OFFER Never to be repealed! GRAVEMANN Next Door to JIM JONES 6 Direct Color WALLET PORTRAITS $1.49 PATRICIA'S DRESS SHOP-2022 CENTRAL AVE.—DIAL 462-6312 ISALE-PRE TEEN SIZES! See The Largest Selection of FALL FABRICS 2-PC. DARK COTTON DRESSES-Sizes 6 to 14 Regular $10.98 to $17.99 Values COME OUT • Pro-Teen WOOL SKIRTS (Both wrap around and pieuteti) • Pre-Teen CULOTTES (In wool anij corduroy) • WOOL SWEATERS TO MATCH COMPLETE LINE OF PRE-TEEN BRAS PATRICIA'S DRESS SHOP 2022 CINTRAL AVI. PURSES • Leather • Corduroy • Mutlras • SOLID COLOR WOOLS • WOOL PLAIDS, CHECKS & TWEEDS • FUR FABRICS • SILKS • VELVETEENS • VELVETS • BROCADES MANY, MANY OTHERS Paul'* fabric* 214 W. Third St.—Downtpwn Alton MAY KEEP DISCOMFORT Away!! What better investment? Women everywhere for over 40 years agree that nothing takes their place for those active hours! AMERICA'S MOST ATTRACTIVE SHOES «• COMFORT Only low-hecl oxfords satisfy) National// Advertised $ i5 95 To $ 2r BIEVENUE ORTHOPEDIC State at Third Downtown Alton Shapers with A Natural Touch for shaping Young Junior Figures! Skippies Longleg with curvy side seams that shape to you as they shape yon. Single back seam to further define trimmer lines. Firm front panel to flatten. Naturally! Style 818 in spandex, S.M.L. (Elastic of nylon, acetate, rayon and spandex.) *6.95 Formfit Dress-Simper Bras; Perfect for sweaters and shape revealing knits. Style 5<14, cotton. A32 to C38 <Rigid material is all cotton; interlining is polyester (spun D«m>n) and nylon. 99 CA Alton Plaza and Wilshire Villa** Open Monday and Friday 9 till 9 9 T Buy any carpet anywhere ... at any price • until you've shopped our 5 for 4 anniversary sale! ANSEL A. GRAVES • MERLE GRAVES • Son . DON GRAVES • Sun RAY M. GRAVES • Hun BILL D. GRAVES e Sun Superior Carpet Company is Celebrating its 28 t h Anniversary by offering great savings on every roll of carpel in stock! Come out tonite! • Select from the largest carpet stock in this area! 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU! BUY 5 YARDS AND PAY F OR ONLY 4 SUPERIOR CARPET CO.: WILSHIRE SHOPPING CENTER 1636 MAIN STREET—ALTON

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