Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 9, 1956 · Page 6
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Alton, Illinois
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, AUGUST 9,1«5« Survey (food Editorial vs liut Premature Side <»lanees «» state T.atcr events may indicate tlic current sutei ton. truisms; Alton n link in the <!nivjy extending traffic survey in the Chrk bridge are.; is prcm.i-' Mississippi River Si-cnic Hijslnv.iv. It niipln tlions.ind^ more in tourist tut fit- through here eventually. In any event, it v.oul<! brine, into hiuh relief the«;c to be /i.tineJ hy running the Mi> Atl.nm Hicliv, ,iv tr.iffic clown the riverfront f r 3 ilinv: connection n ltd (lie bridge over a r.mip appro.itb rcflihinj: our p.irkl.inds tbcre. Sin li n r.irnp. if it were possible from ;in cn- turc, tntt it's good news anyway tli.u tlic making one. Tt indicates the state is interested in ihc cilvV problem with Clark bridge traffic and is thinkin: of giving us some help on it, cspi.-ci.iliy in case the bridge eventually goes free. We would think the survey premature, however, in that it fails lo consider several point';. gineering standpoint, might be the best solution Chief among these is that during the next five (o |)H , ^^ , p p rau . n problem. Change No. 3 would be the long-considered extension of Me Adams Highway along the river- ycars flows of traffic within the .ircj .ire due lo undergo considerable change. Change No. I probably will occur when the front, b.tck ol the Alton industrial area, to a con- Godfrey Bchline is completed and opened to traf neclion with U. S. 67 bypass just north of Wood fic River. This route is an essential step in .solution tt might, however, be preceded by another of the city's growing traffic problems. ; change, in case the proper courts hold that tl.c If these factors and others which probably i Clark bridge should go toll-free, or it is freed on will present themselves are considered, it will be the basis of settlement between the parlies con plainly .seen that traffic .surveys in the bridge ccrncd. Such a development could be expected to area now could be only a tentative part of the draw heavy tourist traffic through the city, in eventual picture. search of the St. Louis area's only free bridge Yet. they will be useful in providing a basis across the Mississippi. for study of shifting traffic trends in the area In fact, the mort helpful atuwer that could br—n-snliim; from oilier frit-tors, and probably will sought in such a survey right now is the amount be of help to the state in working out its plans. • of traffic that might be diverted through here bv lor now. Vy may also be needed to help the freeing the bridge of tolls, if the state could state in its negotiations with the Missouri High- "Come on, young man, you have to eat it! I've downed .u David Lawrence Dulles Right In Denying Passports NVASHINGV^X— Secretar 25 and 5O Years Ago Aug. 9,1931 Ninth and Belle streets'intersection was His j Aug. 9. /Wtf Over a considerable measure of Opposition, thft scene of two automobile accidents, during a tor- j Madison County Republican Convention, held in rential rain, which resulted in injuries to several; SpaldinR Auditorium here, voted to declare ftll persons. The first crash involved the automobiles > candidates who received pluralities in the primary of Mr. and Mrs. John Schoettler of Carlinville and \ election to he de^ared the nominees. Thomas Wil. of Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson. The two Sehoeft- : liamson of Kdwardsvilie championed endorsement in insisting that American news- automobile was rrushed on impart with Ihe front Alton spoke vigorously in dissent. Roll call of dele- not be grant- O f the Rippley grocery store. Jackson was hurtled Rates from 51 precincts showed the endorsement from his car and found to have an injured shoul-1 proposal carried, 255 to 104. By a voice vote, nom- der! Mrs. Jackson and Schoeltler suffered minor j inees then were listed in accordance with the prl. cuts and bruises. The second accident caused hi-1 mary election returns. The convention session \va» jury to Amelia Warren, 5, who with her family protracted by long roll call votes in naming of- was attempting to cross the flooded intersection. 1 fleers and central committee members. W. P. The car driven by a Madison, III., resident, skid-' Early was named chairman. The central body ded into the child when the driver applied his! organized by electing \V. J. Lynch of Nameokl brakas. The rainfall for the day was recorder! as j chairman; W. E. Hadley of Collinsville, vice chair. [man; C. A. Barrett of Edvvardsville, secretary, I and William Martin of Collinsville, treasurer. AL ton central committeemen were Max Trube, M, ! papermen should ed any preference over other Americans who wish to • pursue their particular businesses on the territory of Communist China. I The government of the Uniti eu States has a definite policy, ; which is to refuse passports to i any American who wishes to I go to the mainland of China. Permission, for example, was refused to the parents of the American fliers who were Imprisoned I by Red China. The Red China 1 government invited them. Jt was ,, ., .. ,,. j,, i „ ; a tough thing to have to refuse I lookod on ci * arot smoking as <<undl * nified ' shc j parents a chance to see their 1 planned to celebrate her 100th birthday annivor- j i loved ones. Similar permission j has- .ieen withhled from busi- two inches. Even though Mrs. Nancy A. Garrett, who lived with a son, Charles Carroll, on East Broadway. I nessr query motorists along routes that norrrully fun- way Commission regarding tlie Alton bridge. nel traffic over the other St. Louis bridges about Whatever function they truy serve, it is cn- whethdr they would divert their travels this way cour.iging to sec that the highway division is scri- if die bridge were free, considerable immediate ously interested in our problems here. It is typical guidance might be afforded. of the concern for our situation which the cur- Change No. 2 would occur when the McAdams rent state highway division personnel and Stratton Highway is completed between Alton and Graf- p administration have long demonstrated. plenty of your mother's meals that weren't so good!!" Ike, Adlai, Harriman Hollywood Creates Crisis make duals with the Red Chinese in disregard of existing embargoes or trade. Rubenstein, H. Rutledge, C. W. Huskinson, Wil. liam Fries,' Ed Bowman, Al Dcniuth, Henry Pen....*. , ,„„ i ning and G. T. CJlassbrenner. sr.ry by smoking her pipe, which she had none j for 60 years. Mrs. Garret had been blind for three | ^« s e of quarters in City Hall to AG&StL Trae- tion Co. was approve7f~r>y tffe"Crcy-Council, 11 to 3. „,, . . . .. T , . , .-, . ., -..t.ii-a 1 A; consideration, the utility company was to heat The August issue of the Hotel Greeters pubhca-1 ' "* tion contained an announcement that the Mar- and light the building, furnish five electric fans, and make improvements to building entrances and its own quarters, onoe used as the Alton post Iii Agreement In France By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (ift— No Newsmen naturally feel they | quette Hotel in Denver had been purchased by E. are in a different class and that, j j. stack, a former Altonian. While here he had in seeking information, they are j | lt , ld a position with Citizens National Bank and not engaging in business, but, > , aler was assocint ed with Hotel Stratford, so far as the Department of State is concerned, it must treat I Dl> - Frank S. Snedeker of Jcrseyvillc, who an- all Americans alike, whether nounced his plans for opening an osteopathy of- they are in the publishing bus-1 fice in Hardin, was the first of this profession in and Belle, completing lite culvert over Piasa sew- iness or the grain business. It Calhoun County. office. Residents near Eighth and Belle petitioned tht Council to open W. Eighth street between Piasa cannot today let Americans engaged in the newspaper business pursue their work ir Red China Reds Prefer Their Tipping With a Little T In II rr ** By JAMES M AH LOW In a way the Russian blast against the practice Then there's the little matter of the butler and! Associated Press News Analyst i NEW YORK W—No matter what; a " C ' tomorrow tlll ' n down the re-j of tipping was a fortunate pronouncement. It en- his first, second, and third assistants. This knotty: WASHINGTON Wi — Adlai Ste- i Hollywood rules, it'll never get 50' q U e S i S for similnr Privileges i abled the hard-put correspondents and sideline col- little situation has doubtless plagued most Am.ri- jvcnson's call for a Democratic;million Frenchmen to sec anything umnists to work a bit of humor into the otherwise cans—and possibl) Russians-, too—for several cen- (Platform drab chore of trying to make news from Moscow turics. Should the butler' glisten a little. After all, those almost daily screeds private, in an envelope on the hairy-chested drinking bouts inside and out- j and third assistants, upon er at that point. The Big 4 offered an agreement Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Staten of 220 Court St.! to lease to the city a site on Front near Ridge for ,/ » agefl ln announced the birth of their second child and j the c jty scales to be removed from Second and daughter. j Henry streets. nrivilecesi Mr - and Mrs. Homer Ventrccs were parents! . pjiviiegtbi ,,.,....,, , Filed in Circuit Court was a partition suit to Americans en- • of their third child. i . . . ,„„,.. businesses who' Miss- Laura Bilderbeck became the bride of i offo>t:t dlvislo » a ™"8 the hcu>s of *" B - Job ot "uncauivocal aD-Mmmnral nhnnt uni quivoixu di>- immoral anout be made that the newsmen will . i i v f •• • •<•! • i i • t f »i J ^- i ! • SKii-miuuseu ctnsurMiiu cuui! lor- Mde the Kremlin were growing a trifle wearisome, out to the ch.ef executive of the domestic estab- j V Vhile this reportedly angered bids . tnc s hootin- of scenes show- The news that Moscow disapproved of tipping, lishment, become jeaJous and cause strife wir.hinjsome Southern Democrats — thus will be most gratifying to the great mass of Amcr- j the household or hostelry? ican people. No longer will most of us be com- j Of course, there are the maid in the scullery, pclled to calculate, right down to a hair, the fit- i the bedroom maids, the pantcy boys, the chauf- ting ratio between the sum we had out to thc| feurs, not to mention the yard men! fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh footmen, respec- 1 Now it will be easy! The Russians disapprove lively, dealing with the issue in such a manner i of tipping so we won't have to do it anymore! highlighting their dilemma once more—it also took some ammunition from Gov. Averell Harriman of New York, Stevenson's main and probably only real opponent. It was also a reminder of how i bring out new facts,. that they pital. He was survived by his parents; four sis-j of a son. ing a couple in a double bed, and; wil] not bo "brainwasHed" and' : ters * Mary Helen> Elvan > Nina and Bettv Jean> I Corrigan juvenile carnival gave its opening mis restriction nearly created a '• that , hey Jvi)] be ob j ective and | and three brothers, Billy, David and Bobby; j performance in, the lot at the rear of Hose House crisis in Franco-American movie | j mpar tiai. But the State Depart- i Lucille Budde, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j No. 2. Thirty-five friends and neighbors surprised relations during the making of aj ment cannot be ,, oncei . ned w ith j Walter Budde, ill for three years, died. In addi-j Mr. and Mrs. William Hubbcll with a party on recent picture in Paris. The film, "The Ambassador's Daughter," was written, directed that the fourth footman will not be made to feel | Of course, our -eventh footman and No. 4 pantry President Eisenhower are in their it is a comedy about a young GI close Stevenson, Harriman and!and produced by Norman Krasna. h thit his superior rank has gone unappreciated i boy aren't going to like it. But then who are we thinking about solutions for the ( who falls in love with a girl who the quality of the work that might be done by any American. It. is not refusing to validate passports just because it is in tion to her parents she was survived by a sister, their anniversary any way afraid that' American i Gladys, and two brothers, Ralph and Erwin. Mrs. Anna Odell Lessner, mother of Alderman I Andrew Lessner, died at the home of a daughter. Contracts for paving Cherry street, between Second and Fifth,- and State street, between Seventh and William, were awarded respectively by newsmen will be unduly influenc- through a comparatively greater bounty to the i to refuse to grab a good thing—even if the Rus- jSoutli's resistance to the court's |turns out to be - who else but the i ed whaf it Js afrajd Qf js Otheri. < I sians did think of it! or £ er ^ Integrate their schools ! daughter of America's ambassa-| i( the doors are opened , Rosewood Heights Gives from the Heart tion. Rosewood Heights may not be large in'popula-j Before the day was over, 134 persons had re-l cand j c ] ate j une 9 snowS) w ith one ; ported to donate blood. Only 19 had to be re-j exception, he says just what they Mrs. Opal Carlton. She was also survived by two ' the Board of Local'lmprovements to Wolf, Maupin ! sons and a daughter, Harry, John and Dorothy. 1 & Curdie and to Nixon & Robertson. „_ „,_....„ to one! Mayor Brenholt issued last warnings to those; Charles Levi, flour mill employe, was recuper- Harnman has complained loud-,dor to France. A plot has to have, se , of Arncricans> they must be ; who had not purchased their city automobile 15- ' ating in St. Joseph's Hospital after a fall on a ly and long that Stevenson and;some connection with the title. Orj opencd lo all 0|her Americans! censes. Final notices were put in the mail at the staircase while at work. He suffered an apparent Eisenhower are too 'moderate.; jdoes it? i in business , and this is not con . j ti 1 concussion which rendered him unconscious. Yet an examination of what he si Krasna figured he could save a| sidcml a dpsirable step to ta ko I • • said since becoming an announced j tidy $400,000 if he shot the picture 1 at t | lis timo in Paris and used an all-French crew and cast with the exception j One reason for the policy is that the The other day, however, it demonstrated there ! jcctcd, and the result was 115 pints of the lifc-isay. He just makes more noise, iof a few imported American stars.) ' a re j, Cnl " a government ' ' This was the exception: Ho said i He did. too. | has refused to release impr.son- ' - J Americans, notwithstanding was nothing small about its heart. The folks out that way spon: Red Cross bloodmobile Tuesday. i preserving fluid. The Red Cr ' wood Heights. The folks out that way sponsored a visit of the! The Red Cross doubtless could use more R se-| he would withh « ld fcdfi1 '^ ™' to. But there were complications. led jii; »*vjuiv* *viuiitv/ivt a»_u»Ti exi mu LU > J_>UL LliUl t WCJ. C UUIllUlUJCXUUilS. . . education money from schools; -The first-came when actor John l s . Oiemn P romis <* »vcn more . . _ . _ ' than a vpar apn that 1h,s ivnnlrl frehru Takes Usual Hole in Suez Dispute Preparations for the forthcoming conference j of force, but also ..the United States, which has on what to do about die Suez Canal finds Indian j expressed itself through Secretary of State Dul- Prime Minister Nehru in usual role—that of go-jles in more moderate tones. He criticized this subject 6f segregation follows this between, or at least spokesman for a nation which i country for withdrawing its offer of financial (pattern: move cautiously, try per- . , , ii».f i ' * IT' »' A 1 • 1 J 11 Ssilnsinn ppt Ti-trvn r»f annrl will 1n_ a not speaking to others -who would like words i assistance toward tgypt s Aswan high dam, blatn- which didn't integrate. Both Ste-jForsythe, playing the Ame^-ican venson and Eisenhower opposed soldier, gulped and blushed when doing this. Anyway, Congress I he glanced info a mirror and didn't approve the aid lo schools presumably saw the undraped than a year ago that this would Dreiv Pearson's Merry -Go-Round Heat Put on Truckers WASHINGTON — The elec- 1 friendship, Secretary of Com- ' Harriman ticket ijvr, be appoint- program. Follows Pattern What all three have said on the! bosoms of some chorines. "Why should night c 1 u-b he look enibar- su < ion ' •with that nation: ! ing that action for precipitating the Suez Canal Nehru has agreed to attend the Suez confer- •• seizure. ence, and already has indicated he may be speak- i If the usual routine works out, Prime Minister ing for Egypt's Premier Nasser as a neutral. Rus- ; Nehru will serve as the principal cushion be- sia's representative will be speaking for Nasser asi tvvcen the many sides, admitting for the sake of a would-be intermediary which already has incited ; keeping discussion alive and Nasser interested amine the problem. All three have | understand why Krasna wouldn't said it is up to the lower federal courts to carry out. the Supreme Court's ruling. With that one exception by Harriman, al! three i the scene wouldn't pass Holly- liave been careful not to stir up \ wood's moral test. Egypt into its current situation. that Egypt has some right on its side, criticizing Mcanwhile, Nehru has sounded off by criticiz- the western nations^ but eventually leading the ing not only France and Britain for their threats i conference to a peaceful settlement. » * * » Cancer Society Puts State Over Top The Madison County Cancer Society chapter drawn into the organization personnel whom she deserves congratulations for its achievement in is confident can continue its performance, putting over its annual drive—and being the stra- j Once again, however, we would remind that tegic unit to put the state division over the top, j a l[ tn ; s suspem e and employment of volunteer * oo> i manpower would be more effective if united in Worthy of note is the fact that Granite City's, one campaign for all necessary funds, sub-unit has passed Alton area in its contributions j * * * * this year. The achievement denotes hard work on j Even when you have tlic price, it takes a lot the part of its leadership—though Alton's work- more to build a happy home, ed just as hard as it ever did. * ••;• -v * Important in the Madison County Chapter's It won't be long until more people are air- juccess has been the leadership of its five year minded. Just wait until the rumble seat again chairman, Mrs. Emil Hubcr. Doubtless she has comes into its own, the South. If Stevenson didn't party plank backing Harriman could well have sug-! In a later bedroom scene in men of Sood will together or try a commission to ex- rassed?" argued the French cameramen. "That's how the girls perform in a night club." The cameraman also couldn't! be done. Another reason is that • tion race is already getting ; meroe Weeks seemed determin- ed to the Supreme Court if the United States, as a mem- [ tough and ruthless in some ar-:ed to cause the trucking Indus-; Harriman got in the White House. her of the United Nations, is ; eas. There's every indication j try a lot of trouble. But G o v. | Kefauver declined. really in a state of war with! that the Republicans are deter- j Langlie indicated he could keep j Harry Truman, when told by the Red China government. Ev- i mined to win back the Senate ; Secretary Weeks under control. ' Kefauver's campaign manager, en members of the neutral com- j come hell or high water, and ; He even hinted that Weeks might Uiggs Donohue, that the senator mission, like Sweden and Svvitz- ! that the Democrats are deter- have to get out of the cabinet ; was pulling out of the race, ex- erland, who were supervising j mined to stop them. the Korean War armistice sign- j Hero's what happened in Wash- niuch 1roUDlc have not been j ng i on State where GOP Gov. Aftor ono h°"r if he caused the truckers too; pressed regret. He said: "I hop- j ed your man would stay ir th« and 25 min- ; race for two or three ballots." let him turn his lens on the chorines and put them in the film. Patiently, the producer explained | "What's immoral siftgest the court!men, unconvinced. permitted to go north of the Arthur Langlie has been prcs- u . tcs of llle governor's persua- armfstice line to make the in-; sured by the White House to sive ' forceful eloquence, the spections which the armistice \ jump into the race against War- • truckers departed. Some were lated to keep him in the running. Truman's previous crack at: Ke: lauver, however, wasn't calcu- agreement expressly for. provided' ren Magnuson, the popular Democrat. Under such circumstances, the Magnuson, who is chairman of about a invi tation by the Red China gov- the key Senate Interstate Com- aibosom?" demanded the camera- ernment ls Plainly a propagan- mC rce Committee, long has been j da trick which the United States • u champion of the trucking in- Government must expose as; terfesls, and in return, t h e to organize gested it, since it is only what j which Adolphe Menjou and Myrna any candidate would have to sayiLoy played the ambassador and such anyway if he became president. Stevenson or Harriman as president would have to take an oath to uphold the Constitution. The Supreme Court has ruled segregation unconstitutional and laid down the ruling that schools must integrate. must insist is trans- j n-uckers started his wife, Krasna ordered the double bed removed from the set and ; replaced by twin beds. parentiy insincere 1 Tours Restricted Some news is coming out of Washington State for their friend. Suddenly they got a call 'Red China through newsmen i come to see Gov. Langlie At first the French crew thought I whose governments have estab- Krasna was joking. Then they be- lished diplomatic relations with gan to suspect it was a plot to ridicule their nation by spreading Eisenhower himself, although j the falsehood that French hus- obviously not trying to make Ste- bands and wives used twin beds. venson's position clear, illustrated "All married couples in France Wednesday the job of any man inisleep in double beds," they in the Peking government. But no to In Olympia. They went — a group of nine truckers, headed by George Eastes, one of the big- newsman will probably be able gest operators in the Northwest. to see during a 30-day visit the "1 am astounded by what you things which were described re- are doing," said Gov. Langlie by Taire, a Euro- in brief. Only he was not brief. scared, some bewildered, some | Though Kefauver's friends welcomed an excuse to drop pushing hard for second place their aid to Magnuson. on the Stevenson ticket, actual- Meanwhile, some 100,000 team- ly the senator himself has been sters in the area will be work- ; sitting at his home near McMinn- ing for Magnuson, but the truck- ville, Tenn., not giving much of ers...??? a hang whether he gets into Note — Before Gov. Lang- another hot campaign or not. lie called in the truckers, Ihe Kefauver now holds some stra- chief examiner oi the Public i tcg'c spots on key committee! Utilities Commission which i and is not enthusiastic about has power to regulate truck- Riving them up. He is No. 2 ing, made a quiet tour of the j on the Senate Judiciary Corn- state, talking to truckers about j mittee, and hopes soon to get their problems, He didn't! 0 " the Foreign Affairs Commit- threaten anyone, he just talk- i tep ed about trucking problems, j He tells friends that he hai OllVr Declined ! always been a battler, doesn't Gov. Harriman's office in Al- kn(W how good* he would be al the presidency. isisted. "It is the only way." pean businessman who has just He talked for 40 minutes about | come out of Red China after the truckers' support of Sen. . '' Sen. Kefauver a sedentary ^residing officer Asked at his news conference! When Krasna explained again more than 30 years Oi residence, Magnuson. whether he thought (lie Republi-i that Hollywood's strange morality | there. Exceupts from his book,; Truckers Ketrcal just before he pulled out of ihe merely keeping peace in the Sen- I race, to say that Kefauver could alc ,have the vice presidency on (ho MIRROR OF YOUR MIND By JOSEPH WIIITMCV necessary to maintain self-confidence. Ignorance of good manners is often the cause of swaggering defiant behavior, as \ve have noted in Ihe uncertainty of adolescents who cover their lack of assurance by pretending they don't care. Kvcn in adults we occasionally see men and uoinen covering their uncertainly with bravado by f-.lmuiiiif. 1 at waiters, wearing outlandish aflire, etc. can platform should have a plank upholding the court on segregation, Eisenhower said he hadn't given much thought to it but added: "The only thing I can .say is, I am worn to uphold the Constitution." Hold Slick If Southern Democrats want to turn away from Stevenson — because he took this minimum step —whore do they turn? To Harriman? To Eisenhower? All three have backed the court's ruling as one that must be upheld. Southern Democrats have shown [almost no inclination toward Har- codc required twin beds, Frenchman observed: one' which were published recently The truckers argued back —a ! by U.S. News & World Report, bit feebly. They reminded Lang- •Copjrighl, li):>6. Bell Syndicate, Inc.* "These Americans — they must all have soiled minds." revealed an amazing story of lie that Magnuson had been how Communist China has been their friend. But, said the governor of Wash-' ington State,' in effect, "I am The twin beds proved an cxpen- j Sovietizcd and enslaved, sive item. None could be found to! Jt is doubtful w b e t h e r match the vest of the 150-year-old i much real news will be lost to going to be the darling of the i furniture in the bedroom set, and] " le world by the failure of | Eisenhower administration when' a new pair had to be built. American newsme- at this time ' I go to Washington as i sena- Krasna, a slender, quick-witted man of 46 who started his theatrical career as a copy boy for critic Alexander Woollcott, had another problem in tact. He had to turn nave gotten down U. S. Ambassador C. Doug- tri P s — some generalities about las Dillioh's courteous offer to usel tnt situation obtained in guided Birdland Answer to Previous Puzilt to make a 30-day trip to Red tor." ACROSS 56 Dirk 1 Passerine 57 bird of Algiers swallow 5B Passage in 5 —i—tlu6at«d loon China. For about all they would He made it clear that he would 8 White-tailed get is what some Austrailian I be in a position where he could! and British newsmen ready do the truckers just as much on their 30-day good them Iriond in the past,' could be a: as anyone. He remindde j that he iiad been their the American Embassy in Paris for his exterior shots. tours restricted in area, and better Mend in the future. many quotations reiterating the '• Are motil newlyvvi-ilo afraid lo ijuarn-l? |riman, perhaps because his blasts! "An American audience would I propaganda of the Red Chinese that, {a t "moderation" sounded ex- ; not think it glamorous enough,"' leaders. | ilmn<>. jhe said. "So we used one of the! 1( is m °rc important for the In a year when the Democratic!Rothschild castles." Parly nueds ever. 1 , vote it can uct, the Southern Democrats hold a stick over the parly to this extent: a possible bolt to Eisenhow- v B COUBUEV PllbHimer ^ d - Wllol Some of the truckers argued regardless of Langlie's 12 Direction 13 Palm leaf 14 Notion 15 Get up 16Klying muinmal the brain DOWN 1 Succinct 2 Elevated 3 Hebrew as*cetic 4 Summer (Fr.) 5 Harbinger of Spring 6 Putr up 37 Small ftnch 38 Girl's name 39 Nuisances 41 Comforted 42 Make amend! Yes, most young married couples are reluctant to make any move that might upset their wonderfully new exciting adventure. In (lie first months of mar- rittse most couples (eel that a false step may lead to recrimination suid abu&e, but their reluctance to ovoid quarrels should not go on indefinitely. The most productive quarrels ui marriage *r* those duriw the first year, lor they tend to prevenl secret Should evi'r.Miiif know good llUlllllflV. 1 Aa«vu>r: A knowledge of ac- Is riiui|wlHive,ii<**K an Instinct? AHMUT: Not in a strict sense- although competition is closely allied with man's instinctual need to enhance I h e security of his ego. Most psychologists consider competitiveness an acquired rather than an inborn trait, which develops in greater or less degree depending on the individual's childhood conditioning to stand out as an admired individual. The form of conipetitivcnc'ss an individual develops depends to a and often reveal to ceptable su«-iaJ behavior may not i arge extent upon the approval of tt>* partners how strotlf their re- lkUoa*ti{p *««li>' j*. i bo neei's^ar,. for hermits and the suciety into which he was geniuses, but for most of us it is born. Joe.) ' er unless they gel a civil rights plank in the party platform to their liking. That would require a practically meaningless statement on segregation. Perhaps this year of losing the Southern Democrats will frighten the Democratic convention next week into producing what the Southerners want. But it will be at a price anyway. Jf the Democratic party shows it is so afraid of the Southern Democrats that it won't go on record as simply saying it backs the Supreme Court—a position its two leading candidates have take/ill may look like a parly too weak to attract independent or Negro voters. Alton Evening Telegraph Published Uy AI tun Published Daib Subscription Price :*0 cents weekl.v t>» carrier; b.v mail V10.W a year within 100 inilei; $14 nn beyond ion mlta*. Mill nuu.icnylloni not accepted In towns where carrier delivery it • v » i i a b I • '"lift*Entered »« second clam matter «t the post office at Alton, 111 Act of Congress, March 3, 1878 MtMUtH U* I'Hfc ASSOCIATED HRtSS 1'lie Awoclaled Preta li exelunlvvly entitled to the utr for publication ol all news dispatcher credited to U 01 not otherwise credited to this paper and to the local nrwc oub Mthed herein U>CMI adverti&lnfi Hates and Contract information on application »t the Telegraph tauniiicti office, ill Gait Broadway Alton. Ill National Ad v * r t i t i n f Representative, Waat- Hoiiiday Co., New York. Chicago, Detroit. American newsmen to support their own government's efforts to secure compliance by the Red Chinese with international obligations, and particularly adherence t o agreements already signed with the United Nations, than to assist the Red Chinese in attempting to embarrass the American government. For the Red Chinese, who have never atoned for their crime in killing 33,500 and wounding 103,000 American boys in the war of aggression in Korea, have achieved their objective. They see American newspapers severely win 10 piu-»«e « oriticizhiT' their- own Bov^nniMit I « uod alld work Prayer for criticizing their own government i for "erecting a bamboo cur-! destruction tain", and all this because the j namL '- AniL ' n Stale Department can make no j O God of the past, the present, and all time to come, we pray for wisdom. Thy knowledge is without limit antj ours is small. Open our minds to Thy simple truths all about us in our dally lives. Increase our perception of the good in others. Grant us grace and Ihc will lo pursue and strengthen the in the Christ's of evil; in L'll. —Ellis K. Schwcickhard. Minne- exceptions between businessmen when the stakes are so great and the moral issues so clear. (Copyright, l»5li, New York Herald-Tribune, Juc.) apolis, Minn., principal, Sheridan School. (Copyright, i»4B, by the DivUlon of Christian Education. National Coundl of the Churche* of Christ in the V. Q. A.) i 50 Southern general 52 Biblical prophet pheasant 20 Striper 26 Book of the Bible 17 Cam as shelter 7 Stamping 28 Pseudonym of 43 GritTy 18 Compass point machine Charles Lamb 45 Conclude? li) Ceii-monies 8 Small \iolm 30 Musical note 21 Peer Gynt's 9 Komi a notion 31 Electrical unit mother 10 Verb form* 34 Lurch 22 Even (poet.) 11 Consumed 35 Handled 23 Lethargic 24 Number 24 College official 27 Scottish sheepfolds 29 Manager (ab.) 31 Snaky fish 32 Individual 33 Capuchin monkey 34 Crate 36 Cabbage type 39 Cooking utensil 40 Slop 44 Island (Fr) 46 Hitler vetch 47 Short dagger 48 Feminine nickname 49 Fiir-beahni mammal . 51 Mate child 52 Geraint's wife 53 Head (Fr.) 84 Conclude

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