PAGE 8IX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, MARCH 25, TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1952 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH »AOE SEVfiN 7'm Non-Political, 1 Says Morris^ But He Has Political Ideas «y Ml IIRAV DAVIS NtJA Sporliil Correspondent NF:W YORK - (NKA) - If not bring hound lo'flny polilirnl pm-ty will help, Newbold Morris, nrw special U. S. Attorney charged with clenninR up corruption In federal government, is the mnn for j thn job. Year* BRO he might have hern taken for n Rf<publienn. His fnihei was one. And Newbold's first polit- iean office was nn appointment in 1934 to n Kepublicnn-hcld sen! in New York Cily's Board of Aldermen. Since then no one, not even Ihe towerinR 50-yenr-old Monti himself, seems quite sure of lite polil- irnn convictions of this discendcnl Of a signer of the Deelnrnllon of Independence, This apparenl Inslnhllity is Irnee- nhlo to three imporlnnl influences In Morris' curly rnrwr; His almost fnnnlleal worship of New York's lale Mayor La Guardia, whose masterful polilical rnnn-j euvcrlnp; Morris didn't undcrsland ' but thought he did. Ills first wife's devotion lo tour- namerit bridge, which Morris didn't enjoy; The depression, which lied up the Morris wealth somewhat nnd caused the young scion to seek an outlet for his energy. •flint Outlet The outlet just happened to be politics in an era of political change whie.h put La Guardlft In office. Morris has tried to follow the La Guardla pattern. The result has been two defeats as candidate for mayor of New York while running under Ihe entwined banner of the Republican-Fusion- Jjidepcndcnt-Libcrni and New Deal parties. While he has been suffering defeat at the polls. Morris has been supporting Republican candidates who have run against the wishes of ,the party leaders; liberal and * independent candidates of many kinds, nnd even indirectly and directly, Democratic candidates, Morris says simply. "I'm nonpolitical." Very T'olllleal But to those who know him, he 5s very political. They know (hat be burns with the ambition lo be Mayor of New York, They know that, If history repeats, he will come close to winning but won't 'because he Invariably makes an important campaign boner when It hurts the most. Morris calls these boners "getting my silver foot In my mouth," a reference to his wealthy background and his failing for saying politically wrong things. Morris enjoys a good laugh even though it's on him. His SPMSO of humor has saved him from complete despair on several occasions when victory suddenly turned, lo defeat. Jokes Odd He orjco told an audience of very limited education volvod joke about two It Slenderizes an in- mathematics professors from Harvard and Ynle meeting on n train. Sensing the error, Morris, a Ynlc man, broke into the story to remark, "Why, oh why, did I ever Blurt this here?" But he went right on and finished the story and dryly remarked, when no one laughed: "I should never have none to Yale, or else I should have stayed out of politics." Although this self - appraisa' never seems to come in time lo nid him in his office seeking, H has made Morris one of Ihe best- liked figures in New York polllica circles. His almost boyish freshness makes him attractive lo women including "Oil Bout Olga," one o the figures In Ihe tanker deals under investigation, who testifiec she thought Morris charming When Morris was called to tel about his purl in the tanker deals FOLLOW THIS PATTICHN for your new slenderl/.lng two-plecer! Onsy-sew—no waist xearn! 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Of the '£•>, seven nre picked •large and the other 18 In the nine Minnesota congressional districts. The dislricl winners pledged lo buck I heir man until he rclefise.- them or gels less than 10 peivm > of tin 1 Chicago convention vole. Al-i large winners are determined by the statewide vote totals, and are equally bound. Kven the conven- j lion-seleclod delegates must follow | the stale results. ; No seasoned observer looked for! Eisenhower to win less than four lo six delegates, since he is judged lo be strong In the urban districts of Minneapolis, St. Paul and On j luth. One man ha/arded that | "Ike's" total might run anywhere from six to 'JO. Another said "nip ....... _ __ he in turn said he thought Olga I »» dl »« lk and stdl another ":>0-;,0. was "fascinating " | ' "° U(M « hl of opinion was toward At that hearing, he again "put his silver foot in his mouth" in a lairly even s|,lit. A " ""* suggests what was losi the eyes of investigating senators, u ' h(>n Eisenhower's name was who accused him of "clowning." \ stricken from the ballot because ol Most of the lime, however, his|''"»K errors in his delegate poll honesty and sincerity charms even ; "" lls - ln " Chicago Republican COM his enemies. | \cnlion in which the general's lloneslv ('daily '' strength proved si/.cahlc from the Honesty almost cost' him re- : start, he mighl soon fall heir to election 'as president of the City all or most ol Si.-issen's delegates- a maximum ol -8. This i.s the hope of "Ike's" national high command, for Stassen's prospects arc ra'td low. Council In 1941, an office mainly because La Guarclia headed Ihe ticket. Financially strapped, Morris turned down an anonymous $'J. r )00 campaign contribution, declaring: "The Lord knows 1 need the money," he finally said, "and there nre plenty of candidates who! llis ()wn '"'V- would take. II and no one would ever be wiser. 1 guess I could get away with it, loo. hut I have to Eisenhower lieutenants in Minnesota disagree with national leaders who see Stassen as potentially one ol them. They believe Stassen is Furthermore, they think he is! dead politically and it doesn't matter whether he is hurl or anlago- live with myself. Gel that money ! niml hv decisive campaigns hen out of here." There is no compromise in Morris' makeup, which may be one ol his major political handicaps Another political handicap comes from being born on the nj:hl side of the trucks and therefore unaware of what make* Ihe \asi majority of voters lick. Also, Morris i.s a trusting soul. Many of his friends arc sure that. Morris' firm belief that La (iiiardia 'would pave the s\a\ to the rnayorship for him turned out lo be his biggest block. La Guardia promised he would step down, and on this promise Moiris became an unpubliciued public servant and a rubber stamp lo La Guarclia. The promise never was kept. Some of his friends are fearful that the same sort of fate may befall Morris in his present job. And, despite his declaration that he will quit and go home if he doesn't get complete Presidential backing, they wish he never had taken the assignment. or anywhere else. "He's had beta ir chance and he just didn'i make Ihe presidential grade." saiii one. "Now he's through." No one would argue he is through in Minnesota, but evidence indi coles he has definitely slipped Irom I In 1 pinnacle of power he occupiei 1 alter winning a third governorship term in 1942 and joining the Navy in 19-13. Even Ihe small but intensely loyal cadre of men who have stood with him from his 19,'I8 beginnings in politics concede that many of Stassen's friends were and still are confused about his 1952 can- didac His original support of Eisenhower and subsequent turnabout leave them puz/led as to his motives. The effectiveness of these men cannot be underestimated. They have kepi Minnesota's high posts "in the family" since Stassen left. Fevv slates have a larger independent vole. That same organization now is at the former governor's disposal. Off the Florida coast, between! A steering oar is considered Miami and Key West, there are more effective for small boats 600 known varieties of fish. I than a rudder. WEDNESDAY SHOPPERS Last Week's Winner! MARTHA E. DIX 220 Oenon Godfrey PHOTO CONTEST A Silver Dollar from each of the participating merchants will he awarded every week to the Wednesday shopper (Man or Woman) who identifies his or her picture circled in white, in the photo appearing at the top of this page or pages in the Alton Evening Telegraph, each Tuesday evening. Look at the array of bargains on this paqe and come on down . , , One can never tell , . . He or She might be the Lucky Wednesday shopper. NO STRINGS ATTACHED . . . NOTHING TO BUY ,'. . YOU CAN BE LUCKY CHECK THIS PHOTO CLOSELY,,. It May Be Vou / LVCKY WINNER THIS WEEK- 21 'SILVER DOLLARS 21 WEDNESDAY ONLY— Ladies' Yellow Gold Cardinal Bonded Diamond Rings $27.50 TO $50 VALUES Ladies' and Girls' BIRTHSTONE RINGS $3.00 to $30.00 Values OFF Yellow Gold Mountings Wide Selection BRANDENBERGER'S JEWELRY STORE 215 PIASA ST. 1c SALE OF BOYS' SWEATERS • New Spring Colors • Sizes 6 to 12 • Chain, or Diamond Patterns • Select Grade Cottons. FIRST SWEATER ....$1.95 SECOND SWEATER .. .01 Get Two Sweaters For Only $1,96 1 GATELY'S DEPARTMENT STORE CATELY BLDC. . . THIRD ST. . . ALTON 2 PIECE, BUTTON STYLE INFANTS' SLEEPERS • Crinkle-Crepe • Sizes 1 to 3 • "Greencraft" Quality • Wednesday only! • Solid colors: pink, peach, blue, yellow, orange. Reg. $1.00 Value 77 CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' COAT AND CAP SETS arrived. For boys and girls. Infant*' sizes 9-12-18 months. Toddler sizes 1 to 6'/a. S. S. KRESGE CO. WEST THIRD AT PIASA ALTON, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY ONLY DIAMOND Wedding Rings Sets, Large Selection $60.00 VALUE only EARRINGS Large Variety 14.00 VALVES 2 $ PAIRS for HUDSON'S Your Choice The Jolly Irishman's Alton Store Is The Representative For ARMSTRONG, PABCO, GOLD SEAL, 9x12 FELT-BASE RUGS* 4>o.Vj VALUt (No Mail or Phonc Choice of Colors and Patterns Orders.) LIMIT 1 TO A CUSTOMER—NONE SOLD TO DEALERS AND OTHERS * Q 203 W. THIRD ST, J ALTON, ILL. OPEN EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 ^\ SPECIAL! Popular Assorted Chocolates $1.00 LB. 2 Ibs. $2.00 . SI. 25 Ui. Value - Solid Milk Choc. RABBITS EASTER BASKETS — EASTER NOVELTIES, ETC. PETERS' 204 W. THIRD ST. ALTON, ILL SPECIAL WEDNESDAY ONLY ALL REGULAR 5c CANDY BARS CLARK BARS HEATHS HERSHEYS SNICKERS O'HENRY MILKY WAYS 24 BARS IN BOX 88 c Nationally Advertised Tommie Pajamas in Proportionate Lengths ! Regularly $4.98 WEDNESDAY ONLY Superb Values in Multi-Color Printed Cottons Tailored in Sizes Proportioned to Your Length. VOGUE BUY NOW FOR SUMMER METAL LAWN CHAIR Wednesday Special ! $0,98 0 STURDY! ATTRACTIVE! Three Colors to Choose From • RED • GREEN • YELLOW BIEDERMANS Home Furnishers Since 1886 BROADWAY AND PIASA ALTON ^ ^ (Except Baby Ruths) Limit 1 Box Thrifty ££ Drug Stores OPEN DAILY AND EVENINGS. ALTON-WOOD RIVER - JERSEYVILLE GOULDING'S Our 100th Year—Jewelers in Alton YOU SAVE 314 BELLE DIAL 2-2722 Upstairs Above United Men's Shop Does a Complete Decorating Job All in One Day PhelanY'LIX LATEX^atinFinisIr For Walls and Woodwork 'SfcvHfe 'He Uv .^-^ e 'pj? ^ — . SATIN FINISH ** Walls and Wood*** Quart 4 .59 Full A Only. . . I Gallon. " Deep Tones Higher. Never before has interior painting been so Quick... So easy ... No Muss . . . No Fuss ... No waiting. Rocrms can be put. back in order the same day. SPECIAL Regular S2.19 value. Roller Applicator com- liiimtioii (roller^, nnd pun) with the purchase (if I gallon or more of "MX" $1-19 ONLY I H. K. Johnston Hdwe. Co. STATE AND BROADWAY ALTON, ILLINOIS BULOVA On A Special Croup of Bulova Watches Purchased Wednesday Hegurdtess of ARC, Make or Condition ^A Liberal Allowance for Your .Old Watch Reg. $45.00 less $15.00 now . , , $30 00 Reg. $57.50 I.cs.s $15.00 now , , , $42*50 Keg. $82.30 less $15.00 now . , . $47* ^A Reg. $67.50 less $16.00 now . . . S52!50 Prii-f, Include Fed. 'TIS . . . ami miiii.v others to choose from. — Chut'fie \vcintnts Invited — Registered Jeweler — American Gem Society COULDINC'S Store Hours: 9 to 5 — Friday 9 to 9. WEDNESDAY ONLY KEGULAK «270.95 KALAMAZOO GAS RANGE 200 .00 L & L REFRIGERATION AND APPLIANCE CO. Your Exclusive Kelvinatoi Dealer 315 BELLE ST. PHONE 3-7776 Read Carefully I RULES OF CONTEST Winner each TtiPMln.v mtiit com* to Ad- vertlslnir t)«pflftmr-tU of Alton Evening Telegraph to Identify »lf as person with unite circle around head. Winner mti»t apply for Cash awnrd before following Saturday, A p. m. Failure to rlalm award by deadline will result In doubling the. award for the next winner. Winner must prcient »elf In perron With winning 1 photograph at each of participating stores listed on back of picture to collect weekly sliver dollars award. To be eligible for prlte In the Lucky Silver Dollars shoppers photo contest, you must be a Wednesday shopper. Telegraph cameraman will photograph contestants from Wednesday downtown Chopping crowds only. Store employees, <tore owners families, or Alton Telegraph employees are Ineligible to win a prize, i'lease keep the Silver Dollars In clrcu- utioji! Photo* taken on any Wednesday does not necessarily mean that winner from this group wilt appear the following week. If your photo Is taken by the Telegraph cameraman you have a chance, to win the award at any time during the length of the context. SALLE ANN — WEDNESDAY SPECIAL NYLON • Small • Medium • Larg* PANTIES 79' 81.00 Value Only . . • 2 Pairs for SO! 1 • WHITE • COLORS SALLE ANN THIRD AND BELLE STS. 'Tornado 9 Finds Explorer Pott Scouts All Set tor Action LY7TO/VS WEDNESDAY SPECIAL MEN'S ROYAL PALM LEISURE JACKETS REG. $9.95 VHLUE $7.95 7 Lightweight Coat Style Jacket in Solid Colors LYTTON'S 3RD AND PIASA YOUNG'S Pcqnot Plus - Service SHEETS Double Bed Size. Pequot Plus Service Sheets. Over 144 threads per square inch. A real value at this low price for Wednesday Only. SIZE 81x108 Itctfiilnr $:i.98 Value . . . Floor YOUNG'S LADIES' HALF SLIPS Regular 79c Values $100 An imaginary "tornado" struck Alton rprrnlly. Within 20 minutes of iho report of (he "disaster," members of thn emergency servire squad of Kxplorer Scroll Post 57 had reported to their base, Milton flic department. Post 57 bus been speclali/lng In cmtTRenry preparedness for the past two years, and holds surprise practice mobilizations from lime to time. Moth personnel and unit emergency equipment, was loaded in the Post truck, the 22 Explorers and lenders Into cars, and the convoy departed Into the night. Scone of the disaster was a decried hilltop house which sup- losedly had been hit by the Imng- nnry tornado. With full equipment inloadetl, the Explorers were brief- d by Fred Schuolz, deputy senior row leader, divided Into crews, md climbed the hill to the disaster. There they were met by Tom Slut- tell, senior cc^vv leafier, who led he outfit in a toroviKh search of the grounds and house. Three "victims" wore found, one overcome by smoke and badly Minted, was located In the basemen! ; another, badly cut. by flying illass, was found unconscious in the living room, the third, suffering r l'om a compound fracture of the leg, was treated In the second story bedroom. All three were then carried to I he waiting transportation for return to Alton. Following completion of the problem, a critique oC the night's problem was hold to highlight things Hint had been done well, and suggest improvements where needed. Coffee and doughnuts were served, and the Post returned to the Milton fire department, sponsors of the unit. The Post has emphasized first aid and disaster training, and many members have completed the standard first aid course taught by the lied Cross. Special first aid and disaster equipment h^s been purchased or made by the Post, and further additions are planned. Such pi-notices, which are made as realistic as possible, and which always come as a surprise to the Explorers, enable them to main- lain a high state oC efficiency so that they will truly be prepared to provide real assistance in time of local disaster. Explorer Post 57 has approximately 30 members, mostly from the Milton area, from 3.4 to 18 years old. Post Adviser is Eckford J. de Kay; assistant advisers are Ken neth Harm, and Donald Wilson. Plans for the coming months In elude a public demonstration o Cutest of All SHE'LL ADORE this pinafore! With Us gay llt.Ho elephant blowing bubbles, It's just what all ' children love! Use remnants and scraps—ever so easy to make! Finn fore no\y, sundress later j Pnllorn 848: transfer; cutting chart In sizes 2, 4, 6 Included. Send 2» cents In coin* for thhl pattern to Alton Telegraph, **, Ncedlecraft Dept., P. O. Box 181, Old CbnUo* Station, New York 11, N. V. Print plainly VAT- TERN NUMBER, your NAME, and AdDHKSS. Such colorful handiwork Ideaa! S«nd 20 cents In coins for our Laura Wheeler Neodlecraft Catalog. Choose your patterns from our gaily Illustrated toys, dolls, household and personal accessories, A pattern for a handbag U printed right In the book. Telegraph Want Ads 'Click" emergency service methods and equipment to familiarize the public more fully with this important phase of the Explorer program in the Piasa Bird Council. For 1 WED. ONLY • Rayon jersey • Flat Elastic Waist *. • Lace Trimmed • White, Pink, Maize • Sizes Medium and Large NEWBERRY'S WEST THIRD AND STATE STREETS. WEDNESDAY SPECIAL NYLON HOSIERY Wednesday Only! Limit 2 Pairs These are from our regular stock of two famous brands of nylons. SAPOT'S I.ADIKS' KKADY TO \VKAH Jne. 108 W. 3RD. ST. ALTON Regular and long length 812 to 11 SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. \ Garden Shop Located at Old Armory Site * 4th and Piasa 5 EVERBLOOMING ROSE BUSHES 4.49 va/u« 2 66 BUNDLE OF 5 One Each: Red, Pink, White, Two-Tone and -Yellow. A fine assortment of. roses that will add beauty to any garden. "Scrfis/acfion guaranteed or your money back" SEARS ALTON 309 PIASA FREE SEWING STOOL or SEWING HASSOCK WITH rTROIASK OK Console or Desk Model H MAKES OF SEWING MACHINES INCLUDING: • PFAFF • CENTRAL • NECCHI CENTRAL SEWING 14 W. BROADWAY SUPPLY CO. 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