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APML IS) 1W1 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH New* of Area Men and . Women in Armed Forces PVT. JAMES R. CHAPMAN, •on of Mrs. Alice F. Chapman, 252 Beach, Wood River, recently completed the lineman's course at The Southeastern Signal School, Fort Gordon, Ga. During the eight week course Chapman was trained to install and maintain aerial communication wires and cables. The 20-year-old soldier entered the Army last October and received basic training at Fort Jackson, S. C. Before entering the Army, Chapman was employed by G. Helmkamp Rental Equipment Co. He is a 1958 graduate of East Alton-Wood River High School. (U. S. Army Photo) PHILLIP W. ONTIS, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ontin. Modora, has enlisted in the United States Air Force and is presently attending his Basic Military Training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, prior to being assigned to a job within the Cffreer Field he chose prior to departing for Lackland. Young men interested in the U. S. Air Force are urged to contact Sgt. Jim Dial, at the Carlinville Court House each Thursday afternoon from 1 p.m. until I.m. or at the White Hall Pol- Station each Tuesday afternoon from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m., or by contacting the USAF Recruiting Office, Room 14, Post Office Building, Springfield, Illinois by mail or by phoning Lakeside 3-7313. PVT. FRANK P. GLOWCZEW- SKIE, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Glowczewskie, 431 Pros pect, Wood River, is attending the eight-week parts supply course at The Armor School, Fort Knox, Ky. The course is scheduled to end May 25. He is receiving training in the mainten ance of stock records and the storage, inspection and identification of parts for armored equipment. Glowczewskie entered the Army last November and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He attended East Alton, Wood River Community High School. SPL. 4 DONALD E. JONES, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Jones, Jerseyville, completed the four-week chemical, biological and radiological (CBR) course at The Chemical Corps School, Fort McClellan, Ala., March 31. Spl. Jones was trained to identify war gases and to employ protective techniques against all varieties of CBR contamination. Jones entered the Army in February 1942. PVT. JEROME G. McGEE, whose wife, Carole, lives on Route 2, Godfrey, recently was assigned to the 1st Guided Mis. sile Battalion's Headquarters Battery at Fort Bliss, Tex. McGee, a clerk typist in the battery, entered the Army last October and completed basic training at Fort Hood, Tex. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McGee, Batchtown, he is a 1956 graduate of Brussels Community High School and was employed by MacDonnell Aircraft Corp., St. Louis, Mo., before entering the Army. PVT. ELDON H. BAUER, 18, son of Mrs. Lorerta L. Bauer, 224 Victory dr., East Alton, completed the artillery tracked vehicle maintenance coruse at Fort Sill, Okla., March 31. During the 11-week course Bauer was trained to maintain tracked artillery vehicles, self-propelled artillery mounts and associated equipment. He entered the Army In October 1960 and received basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Bauer is a 1960 graduate of East Alton Wood River Community High School. NAVY LT. (Jg.) JOHN O. THIES, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville M. Thies of 2511 Donald st., is serving aboard the destroyer USS Douglas H. Fox, operating with the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean. The destroyer, which will participate in operations with the Sixth Fleet tor five months, recently visited France, Italy and Sicily. Following the Mediterranean cruise the Fox will return to its BOOM port, Norfolk, PVT. JAMES A. WEBB, sou of Graver K. Webb, 1356 Third St., Cottage Hills, recently participated with other personnel from the 1st PiviitaB's Ttn Cavalry in an Army training tost in Korea. He- signed to determine individual and unit eorahat efficiency, tint' teat featured training in various phases ol warfare against a simulated aggressor force. A member of the cavalry's Combat Support Company, Webb entered the Army no cfnvcd OVBTIMI lai Wt&niti, ' PVT. DAVID N. ALBERS, son of tit* and Mri. Homer E. Al ben, Route 1, Befhalto, recently arrived in Italy and IB now a member of the 17th Traniportatloi Detachmtfrt. Albers, a hellcopte repairman hi the detachment In Verona, entered the Army las September and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood Mo. The 18-year-old soldier is a 1960 graduate of Civic Memoria High School. PVT. LARRY G. MALTIMORE son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G Malttmore, 901 Lovejoy St., Jer seyville, recently was assigned to the 83rd Artillery in Germany. A communications wireman In the artillery in Budingen, he entered the Army last October and com pleted basic training at Fort Leon ard Wood, Mo. The 18-year-old soldier attended Jersey Commun ity High School. EDWARD L. SCROGGINS, ap prentice petty officer second class USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louli C. Scroggins of Bunker Hill, wai graduated, March 31, from nine weeks of Recruit Training at the Naval Training Center, San Die go, Calif., Apprentice petty offi cers are chosen from the rank of the seaman recruit to assist Company Commanders. The se lection is based on individual ap titudp and leadership qualities.. RICHARD R. CALDWELL, air man, USN, son of Mrs. Anna E Daughterly of 726 Park Dr., Al ton, Is serving with Fightei Squadron 103 aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Forresta) operating in the Mediterranean. The squadron provides air de fense for the Sixth Fleet using the "Crusader" jet aircraft, the world's fastest carrier based interceptor. The Forrestal visited Cannes France, in early March, enabling the squadron's personnel to tour Paris and the Riviera. Four Contests In Election At Carrollton CARROLLTON—Carrollton city election will be held Tuesday ai which city officials will be elect ed, including a mayor. There are three candidates for mayor, the incumbent, Richard Ciller, Alan Roads and Melvin Mattis. Keith Sturmon is running un opposed for city clerk, as is Mrs Margaret W. Pranger for city treasurer. Jule F. Hubbard is also unopposed for police magistrate In the First Ward Jesse Hire* is unopposed to complete the nn expired term of Ivan Beebe, who moved from the ward. Harold Pruitt, incumbent, and Walter Schmidt are running for a ful term. In the Second Ward William Miner, incumbent is opposed by Henry J. Steinacher. In the fourth ward there are four candidates and all of them are new to the office. The candidates are Eugene Willis, Mrs Geraldine Thien, Bob Brannajn and John Gillingham Jr. Hospital Notes CARROLLTON—Mr. and Mrs Warren Howdeshell of Eldred are the parents of a daughter born in Boyd Memorial Hospital. James Snelson of Chesterfield was admitted to the hospital Thursday. Admitted Friday was Mrs. Viola Edwards, Carrollton. as a medical patient and Miss Bonnie Foiles, Carrollton, as a surgery patient. 4-H Club Costume Party CARROLLTON — Twenty members of the Happy Homemakers 4-H club came in comic strip or fairy tale costumes to the "Smile and Laughter" party of the club held Thursday evening at the Methodist Church. Host esses were Ann, Hough, Ann Al feld, Susan Hamann, Christine Pitsch and Kathryn Vogt. Attend Events at SIU CARROLLTON-Mrs. Ray H. Roll and daughter, Janice, and Mrs. Geoffrey Moore are spend ing the weekend in Carbondale where they are guests of their daughters, Mrs. Bruce Barrow and Miss JoAnn Moore, both of whom are students at the Southern Illinois University. Mrs. Bar row will appear as a model in a style show and Miss Moore will appear with the other members of her soroity in a program Sunday evening. Church Group to Meet CARROLLTON — Mrs. A. D- Wilson will show pictures of a rip to Europe last summer at .he church family carry-in supper Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the dining room of the Presbyterian Church. The meeting is sponsor ed by the Cosmopolitan Sunday School Class. jc traiaiag at Fart L**ard HISTORY TKACHEB OVR8 LUTON, England — Ronald Gam, a history teacher, was dismissed beeauw h* mixed bis religious vtews with his history and issued leaflets written by a "divine healer" to his class ot ooy«« Til* pamphlets urged a world bailing crusade using prayer to cur* «11 manner of BTVI (ABO) t, RMOJKCM) 4, KID (M0U) S, U*Jl II Saturday Evening TV Digest 8:09-8 Neftft Haywtrt 4 TIM M| 4 8 ThtPteiwiri 11 nfovw! ntnWfr Kent Taytori "Lent John Sliver" (UK) Expfom of tomma plratet i In itevtmon'i clanic "Adventim tetahU" 6:30—2 Roaring 2CCi: When angry young poet threatens to kill visiting queen, Norris suspect* that the man is being used by ruthless gangster In "The Red Carpet." 4 Perry Mason: Jealous suitor carries on vindictive campaign ot harassment until he is killed and Mason's client is charged with the crime In "Case of the Deadly Toy." (Repeat) 5 Bonanza: (Color) Hoss sets out to find the truth when his romantic rival is suspected of being involved in Vigilante hanging In "The Rival." Peggy Ann Garner. 7:30—2 Leave It To Beaver: Wally falls hard for new girl at school but is too shy to let her know in "Wally's Dream Girl." 4 Checkmate: Ex-convict becomes suspect in attempted murder of former wife in "Goodbye, Griff." Julie London, Harry Guardino, Lynn Bar!. 5 Tall Man: Pat and Billy are caught in chaos when two beautiful girls plot their own marriage in "MltllontfKl MeBean." 11 Ranch Party 8:00-2 Lawrence Welkt Oi ear-winning swigs of past fea tured. 9 Deputy: Childhood friend of Clay's returns to Silver City with record of many murders in "Brother in Arms/' 11 Marry a Millionaire 8-.30-4 Have Gun-Will Travel: Paladin sets out to end reign of terror by crnoked marshal. 8 Nation's Future! "Is . Africa Beady ( for tndepen deuce?" debate* with Kenneth D. Kaimda. president of Unit ed National Independence Par ty of Northern Rhodesia and J. Frelre D'Andrada, until recent ly commercial attache at thr Portugese Embawy In Washington. 11 Harbor Command 9:00-2 Fight of the Week: Dick Tiger vs Spider Webb in 10 round middleweight bout. 4 Gunsmoke: Doc becomes romantic prey of a married woman with a jealous husband. Virginia Gregg, Alan Hale. 11 Wrestling 9:30—4 Trackdown 5 Death Valley Days 9:45—2 Make That Spare: Jack Biondolillo, sparemaster and Billy Welu, challenger. 10:00-2 Highway Patrol. 4 5 News 10:10-4 Weather 10:15—5 Movie: Dana Andrews, Ida Luptno: "While The C11 y Sleeps" (1056) Reporter solves girl's murder. 10:l&-4 Movie: Gary Cooper Madeleine Carroll: "Northwest Mounted Police" (1940) Young nurse takes part in Canadian Mounted Police's suppression o the Metis revolt In 1885. . 10:30-2 Movie: Richard Atten borough: "Ship That Died o Shame" (1996) English drama of warship that Is purchased by its crew. 11 Movie: Robert Shayne Richard Crane: "Neandertha Man" (1953) Scientist discovers drug which turns man into caveman of past ages. 12:05-5 News 12:10—5 News: Randolph Scott "Rage at Dawn" (1955) Western of detectives who trap bank rob bers. 12:40—4 Movie: Joyce Reynolds Robert Hutton: "Always Together" (1949) Miserly million aire makes will to girl who loves poor writer. 12:35—2 Movie: Lon Chaney: "Mummy's curse" (1945) Mum mies of ancient Egypt are brought to life. 1:00—4 News: Prayer 5 Weather Report Sunday, April 16 7:00—4 Prayer: News 7:15—4 Early Riser 7:45—4 Christian Science: How Jesus' words brought healing is told \n "Joy Cometh In the Morning" 8:00—4 Camera Three 8:30—2 Town Hall 4 Faith of Our Fathers 5 Into The Sunlight 9:00—2 National Council of Churches 4 Lamp Unto My Feet 5 Protestant Hour 9:30—2 Metropolitan Church 4 Lee Whiston 5 This Is The Life 9:45—4 Davey and Goliath 10:00—2 5 Christophers 4 UN in Action 10:30—2 Faith For Today . 4 Way of Life 5 Plane Talk 11:00—2 Message of the Rabbi 4 Quiz a Catholic 5 Industry on Parade 11:15- 2 Our Heritage 5 Americans at Work 11:30-2 Sacred Heart 4 Accent: Field Marshal Montgomery and Henry Steele Commanger discuss strategy used by the Generals at the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg. 5 Frontiers of Faith 11:45—2 Ask a Priest 11:55—4 CBS News: Reasoner Noon—2 Suburgan Living 4 Washington C o n v e r- sation 5 Builder's Showcase 11 The Answer 12:15—2 Tim McCoy: 15 minute film series of old westerns. 12:30-2 Pip The Piper 4 People's Choice 5 Movie: "While the City Sleeps" See Sat. 10:05 p.m., Ch. 5. 11 A Look at Industry 1:00—2 TV Reader's Digest 4 Movie: Luise Rainer, William Powell, Myrna Loy: "Great Ziegiield" (1936) Drama of great showman of past era. 11 God's Country 1:30—2 tyovie: Joan Bennett, Louis Hayward: "Son of Monte Cristo" (1940) Son of famed count helps duchess whoso country is* threatened. 11 Adventure Afloat 2:00—11 Frontiers of Science 2:30—5 Sherwood Forest. 11 Dew Line Story 3:00-2 Football Highlights: Highlights of '60 Cardinal football games. Jack Drees commentary 5 It's Great Life 11 Sports Highlights of 1955 3:30—2 Eichmann on Trial: 30 min program on important developments in Adolf Eichmann trial. Bill Shadel anchorman. 5 Polka Parade 4:00—2 Honeymooners 4 Amateur Hour 5 Omnibus: "The Western Hemisphere—1071", examina- tion of Hemisphere's prospects • decade from today In fields of government, economics, edu cation, sociology and culture, Allstalr Cooke host. 11 Movie: Johnny Mack Brown: "Deep in the Heart of Texas" (1942) Musical western 4:30—2 Rocky and His Friends 4 College Bowl: Miami Univ. of Ohio, vs Colorado State Univ., Colo. 5:00—2 Funday Funnies 4 I Love Lucy: Lucy meets actor John Wayne. 5 Meet The Press: (Color) Dr. Konrad Adenauer, Chancellor of West Germany, guest. 11 Movie: Shirley Temple, Jimmy Durante: "Little Miss Broadway" (1938) Story of orphan who finds happiness in foster home. 5:30-2 Walt Disney: Slaugh ter gets unexpected help from his wife when he sets out to arrest a renegade outlaw in "Trip to Tucson." 4 20th Century: "Sweden: Trouble In Paradise Part 11". Study of social ills which have accompanied Sweden's social advances — Juvenile delinquency, divorce, alcoholism and suicide. 5 Fun Fare SUNDAY EVENING 6:00—4 Lassie: Timmy and Lassie tangle with unruly ostrich. 5 Shirley Temple: (Col or) Miss Temple, Robert Crawford Jr., Fernando Lamas star in "Little Men." Louisa May Alcott classic adapted for TV. (repeat I 6:30—2 Maverick: Bart is hoodwinked into buying wagon con cealing bound-and-gagged Indian maiden which puts him in trouble with the Army and the Indians in Part One of "Devil's Necklace." Sharon Hugueny. 4 Dennis The Menace: Some crows that Dennis is trying to tame steal $100 bill from Mr. Wilson. 11 Ivanhoe 7:00-4 Ed Sullivan: Pearl Bailey, Anna Maria Alberghetti, Jack Carter, Sandy Stewart, George Kirby and the Dandy Brothers guests. 5 National Velvet: Grandpa descends upon the Brown farm with mass of equipment and starts drilling presumably for oil. 11 Mickey Rooney 7:30—2 Lawman: Troop refuses backing-money to grizzled prospector and one of the Birdcage entertainers comes to the rescue in "The Grubstake." Heather Angel. 5 Tab Hunter: Morgan's tv interview is turned into a disaster by series of "interruptions." 11 Mike Wallace: Col. Gregory "Pappy" Boyington, World War II Marine flier. 8:00-2 The Rebel: Singer VI Damone guest stars as Yuma crosses Mexican border in search of absconding banker i "The Proxy." Ryal Dano 5 GE Theatre: Bud Abbot takes dramatic role as a talen agent in "The Joke's On Me. 1 Lee Marvin, Mala Powers. 5 Dinah Shore: (Color Leo Durocher, Los Angele Dodgers, pianists Ferrante anc Teicher, Davis and Reese anc special guest James Garner. 11 Movie: Sylvia Sims Anna Nagel: "Teen Age Bad Gir" (English: 1957) 17-year old girl gets involved with fas life and death before she realiz es her errors. 8:30—2 Asphalt Jungle: Police man discovers old friend involv ed in $200,000 travelers chec theft. "Friendly Gesture." 4 Jack Benny: Peter Law ford, Diana Dors guests. 9:00-4 Candid Camera: Bettj White masquerades as movi theatre cashier who insists tha patrons sign oath not to revea picture's ending before she sell them a ticket. 5 NBC White Paper: "an atomy of a Hospital" — Citj Hospital, Cambridge, Mass., pa tients, research, problems. Che Huntley narrator. (60 min) 9:30—2 Winston Churchill —Th Valiant Years: "D-Day", Allie invasion of occupied France. 4 What's My Line? 11 Open End: Corned; Kaffee-Klatsch", Jonathan Win ters, Henny Youngman, Jan Murray, Dick Gregory guests 10:00—2 Dangerous Robin 4 CBS News Special 5 News: Bob Chase 10:10—5 Weather: DeMere 10:15-4 News, Weather, Sorts 5 Blue Angels: Filmed dra mas of the U.S. Navy's preci sion-flying team. 10:30—2 Movie: Victor McLag len, Preston Foster: "The In former" (1935) Drama of Irish rebellion 4 Movie: Greer Garson Walter Pidgeon: "Mrs. Miniver" (1941) The effects of war on a brave English woman. 10:45—5 Consult Dr. Brothers: Psychologist Dr. Joyce Brothers discusses problems of personality and behavior( tape). 11:00—5 Divorce Court 12:00—5 News 12:05—5 Invisible Force 12:15—2 Movie: Richard Arlen, Mary Beth Hughes: "Timber Queen" (1944) Army flyer returns to civilian life 5 Weather Report 12:45—4 Movie: Richard Travis, Eleanor Parker: "The Last Ride" (1944) Detective tries to stop string of accidental deaths due to criminal negligence. 1:45—4 News: Prayer The Telegraph's Daily Radio Chart SATURDAY *-&*!•,. 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"Smith" will replace "Acapulco" which will conclude Monday, April 34 with a special program on May 1st and "Smith" beginning May 8. " r Yogl.Huch on Emmy Award* i Yogi Bear and Huckleberry Mound have been "signed" by producer Bob Henry as special guest performers on 13th annual "Emmy Awards" show on NBC-TV Tuesday, May 16. This marks first time that animated cartoon has been integrated into the program. In specially created animated film, Yogi will present for the first time his own Invention—an electronic prognosticate)!-. Huck assists Yogi in pushing the many buttons on the device which If operated correctly, will produce the "ideal" TV show and star. Dink Van Dyke New CBS Serins: "Double Trouble," new character comedy series created by comedian-writer Carl Reiner and starring Dick Van Dyke as a writer who creates humor for a network TV comedian debuts Tuesday, Oct. 3 on CBS-TV. Morey Amsterdam stars as the TV comedian and featured are Mary Tyler Moore as Van Dyke's wife; Larry Mathews as their son, Ritchie; Rose Marie as another of Van Dyke's colleagues, Kooney - Cooper Re.unlted: Mickey Rooney rejoins Jackie Cooper as an actor for the first time in 25 years when he plays a tipsy saxophone-playing sailor in "Hennesey" Monday, May t5 on CBS-TV. The pair's last professional appearance together was in 1936 motion picture, "The Devil Is a Sissy," when both were child stars. All Around the Tube: Jeremy Slate (co-star of Malibu Run) appears tonight in "Have Gun— Will Travel" episode on CBS (Ch. 4) as man who wants to oust a crooked marshal hired by his father, -o- Bud Abbott plays first dramatic role Sunday evening on GE Theatre in "The Joke's On Me." "It's sort of ironic," says Abbott," that my first serious role and my first filmed appearance since Lou (Costello) died is being done on GE Theatre. Lou's last appearance before he passed away (in March 1959) was in a play on this program." -o- "People's Choice" returns to KMOX-TV as a regular noonday feature on Wednesday April 19th. Series stars Jackie Cooper, Pat Breslin and droopy-eyed basset hound, Cleo, who voices her dog's-eye view of Cooper's adventures. Monday Daytime, April 17 5:45-4 Prayer; News 6:00—4 Town 'n Country 5 Continental Classroom (Color) 6:30-4 7:00-4 5 7:30-2 8:00-2 4 8:15-2 4 1:30-2 9:00-4 5 9 9:30—2 4 5 or) 10:00—2 P. S. 4. Morning St. Louis Dave Garroway Meet Your Military Camera Two News: Grimsby Willie Wonderful Capt. Kangaroo Romper Room I Udve Lucy Say When In School Programming Jack LaLanne Show Video Village Play Your Hunch: (Col- 10:30—2 4 5 0:35-2 1:00-2 4 $ 1:30-2 4 I Double Exposure Price U Right (Color) Hews: Hayward Surprise Package Concentration Coffee Break Morning Court Uwe of Ule Truth or Consequences Love That Bub Search for Tomorrow Could Be You (Color) 11:45-4 Guiding Light 11:55-5 NBC News: Scherer Noon—2 Camouflage 4 5 News: Weather 9 TV College H The Story 12:05-4 Burns and Allen 5 Charlotte Peters 12:30—2 Number Please 4 As The World Turns U Modern Almanac 1:00-2 About Faces 4 Face the Facts 5 Jan Murray (Color) 11 Movie: Cofnel Wilde, Jean Wallace: "Star ol India" (1956) French nobleman helps women search for valuable jewel. 1:15-8 News: Walter Row 1:36-2 ABC News: Al Mann 1:30-2 Comedy Playhouse 4 House Party 9 Loretta Young 3:00-2 Day in Court 4 Millionaire 5 Young Dr. Maloae 2:30-2 Seven Keys 4 Verdict U Yours 5 From These Roots 3:00-2 Queen {or a Day 4 Brighter Day 5 Mala Bow lot Daddy 11 Ilka Chase 3:15—4 Secret Storm 3:30—2 Who Do You Trust 4 Edge of Night 5 Here's Hollywood: All interviews this week in Japan. 9 English Literaure 11 Srope 3:45—11 Cartoons 4:00—2 American Bandstand 4 SS. Popeye 5 Life of Riley 11 Capt. 11 Showboat 5:30—4 Movie: Ida Lupino. Da DP Clark: "Deep Valley" (1947) Mountain girl hides escaped road gang jnwn. 5 Wranglers Club (First 15 in. color) 5:00—2 Rin Tin Tin 9 Krickety-Krackery 5:25-5 Mr. Magoo 5:30-2 News: Hayward 5 Whiriybirds 9 Words and Mu*ic 11 Three Stooges 5:40-2 Weather: Hayward 5:45—2 Nutty Squirrels. Delayed Nora Jo Hoped To Start on Trip Today The first white man to see the site o/ Alton was the Frairhje suit priest-explorer, Fere Jacques NEW YORK (AP) — Delayed but not deterred, a grandmother said Friday that she and hev hoitse would start their cross- country trip at dawn Saturday. "He's in fine shape now," said Nora Jo O'Brien, "and will enjoy the trip thoroughly." She referred to a 15-year-old black thoroughbred named Ebony. It was his lameness that caused Miss O'Brien to postpone the scheduled start of the journey last Saturday. She said the trouble was just a bit of soreness in the left hind quarter, and it was all right now. | Miss O'Brien, who prefers to be called "Miss," is a longtime horse fanner and riding mistress of an upstate children's camp. She has planned her continent spanning ride to publicize what she considers the need for better treatment of horses. She expects to make about 44 miles the first day, spending thi night at Rudd Lake, N. J., where stable owner Jack SarturU will be hei host. She has mapped other stops along the way, and expects the whole trip to take about 70 days, .winding up at Mill Valley, Calif., near San Francisco. Suvs Kennedy Better • * I n formed Than Ike BRASILIA, Brazil (AP)-Presi dent Janio Quadros says the Kennedy administration "seems to be better informed about the social and economic problems" of Latin America than previous U.S. administrations. The neutralist leader of South America's biggest country told a news conference Friday that the United States in the past "lacked the human touch" in dealing with Brazil and failed to understand "the principal aims of our people." On the Cuban issue, Quadros said the Cuban people "have the right t o self-determination and Brazil will defend that right in the United Nations or before the Organization of American States." PREI OonuH and Cofftt Evtry Sunday Morning Fast Prescription Sorvico/ We De/iv«r/ ZIKE PHARMACY Ola) CL I-23M Rosewood Heights F. E. GILBERT Pcrinting-Decorating Co. Dial CL 4-0245 Honesty h Our Policy HAYRIDES HORSEIACK Holiday Hills Ranch, Inc. • Saddle BROOK LANG Horses for .Hotes 5 F »»bought and . sold. O • VUti o u r™ complete t- Suddle * Shop. U • Visitors 5 welcome, y OPEN DAILY 1 RANCH Dial HO 3-0888 ALTON NOW IS THE TIME FOR A CHANGE! Vote For tnd gl«ct HOWARD L. SHELTON Mayor 9 f |«it Alton ApHIlt TV SEIUS for IvtryoM KMOX-TV 4 SuMty I:IS «•«• IAOIO KSD—f 50 k.«.—1:50

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