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PAfHCTWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH M^ti^M- MV UfflMMWtwfvP Multiple Listing Suggested CHANCE OF THllNmRSHOWER Shower* and thundershower* are expected tonight through the Lakes region and from parts of Kansas and Oklahoma to the western Tennessee Valley. It win be cooler In the southern Atlantic coastal states except the extreme south- Illinois Republicans Set to Endorse Nixon By CHARLES WHAI-EX 'the resolution served as an ex- DECATUR. 111. f APi — Illinois 'pression of sentiment and techni- m -^, Republicans at their state eon-1 rally i* not a binding declaration vention today are set to endorse on the fifl Illinois delegates to the Vice President Richard M. Nixon;national convention. for President and give favorite 1 One of the state convention's son backing to Sen. Everett Dirk- Chief functions is to select 10 del- sen for vice president. pgntes at large to the national A statement on Nixon, approved convention in Chicago. Included by the convention resolutions com- among them are Gov Stratton. mittee. said he "possesses more Dirksen and other party leaders knowledge and training for the of-'who arc supporting Nixon. fice of President than any other i Favors iMrlcen candidate." Stratton said he is in favor of Party spokesmen pointed out'the favorite son support for Dirk- i.sen. GOP Senate minority leader, 'adding that il would serve as an "advertising signal that should not be overlooked A "multiple lifting service'! has been offered to Realtors in> the Alton-Wood River area Ai a meeting Thursday of thei Alton-Wood River Board of; Realtors. Finis Raynurn. pres'-: dent of the hoard, offered th<service ,is a measure to stimulate properly listings, to prr>- rnote belter service to the public by creating an active nnd wider market lor real estate in the area. Those who join the multiple listing group will be members o! an incorporated organization. The group ha* filed lor a chai- ter. A temporary board ha • been set up. comprised of Pin.s' R.'iyburn a* president; I/jyc" Wooff, vice ehairman: Mar> S t e i n e r . secretary-treasure] . and R. H. Hessenflow .John Berigan. Ted Price and George pp. terie. directors. Raybtirn fold the Realtor-.. Alton and vicinity: Sunny and that the multiple listing service warmer today with the high this is now active in many cities afternoon In the mid or upper!throughout the country. The Stls. A little warmer tonight with j pin pose is to enable a Realto. chance for a thundershower. Low', to sell any properly listed by Sunday in the mid 60s. Sunny,any other Realtor who is ;» and pleasant Sunday with the-member of the multiple listing ern portion. It will also be cooler In the northern and central plains and northern Mississippi Valley. A warming trend Is likely from the Lakes region Into western portions of the Ohio and Tennessee valleys. (AP Wlrephoto Map.) Wen t her Forecast t SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1960 Stratton To Decide On Session WRONG EQUIPMENT DETROIT—Richard Ylnger (left), 13,and Rex Kor- to nm off In sewers. It was too deep to pedal but they den, 12, push their bicycles along a street In suburban used their skindiving masks In case they slipped Redfora Township, Mich. Friday after a heavy rain cov- der the water. Two heavy storms swept Detroit, ered the street with three to eight feet of water unable Wlrephoto.) around 80. Still Seek To Bridge Arms Gap group. Thus, he pointed out. the person .selling bas -a wider forco working lor liirn and the Realtor has ;j \\ider selection o* properties to show. Pay Bill Approved By Senate Mrs. Besaw Named Head Of Graf ton Auxiliary SPRINGFIELD. IU. (AP)-Gov Stratton says he will decide soon j whether to call a special •esalon |of the ipRislnture to CTWite 15 ad ditional Judgeships in Cook Conn ry- Stratton told a news confefenc( Friday that he will not call a spe cial session unless leaders of both i parties agree on the Democral- | Republican ratio for the proposed Judgeships. "It would be futile to call ft spe icial session just to have a de bate." Stratton said. "But if one is to bo called, it should be done j rather soon." ! Stratton held the news conference shortly after he had con ferred with five of the seven mem hers of the Supreme Court. Members of the high court. Stratton said,- are "very con wrned" about the siruatJon and _______________________ 'unanimously endorsed creation of today, was honored j t)lr \$ additional judgcships. hower in the social d the backlog an(AP iJerseyville int. a bridal room of the Methodist Annex' •Ttiesda.v evening. Hostesses were: Mrs. W. Ro-l ientx. Mrs. Bonnet Bitwn. Miss Thp governor <)f fil ^ cM] ( , nsps jn Cook Coun ^ ,. js a ] mos ( incredible" and it l ( ' i|<ps Mwpfn four ., nf j s j x years . (( , tjon on such cases »•• Top Pop by of the American Legion Auxiliary Honored at Shower Mrs. B. Pohlman. ™'^ ^^ ^ ountv Thursday evening. She succeeds GRAKTON — Miss Shirlev VBS Finds ' ' ' '..... Mrs. G. W. Critchfield. 'Hoi* was honored at a shower GRAFTON - The vacation Bristow said he things it Other officers elected were:,'given by Mrs. Harry Burton Bible school ai the Methodist ly that the Republican Miss Freda Freiman, first vice'and Mrs. Rollo Rulo at the City Church clsed Friday. president- Mrs. Lorena Dixon.iHall Wednesday evening. The The students were less Telephone, Travel Tax In Senate By I.KHIS <il;IJ('t WASHINGTON (API — President Eison- On the basis of a letter U. S. by Leroy Killian, 0. his stepfath- clear hole" in Illinois: disarmament strategists today, er. Donald Osborne, -19 Sullivan .bower's budget. The Senate passed in the sought to plan for bridging part Dr., has been selected as the top '' l ''" c ° for the in 30 county townships ('ix)k County, said Bidwill's as Senate GOP leader p a "tremendous asset to the middle West on the national ticket." But Stale Rep. William Pollack (gate, Frederick M. Eaton, was re- '* "" selection of a vice president.'' of the wide gap between the "Pop" in the Father's Day con- Dirksen Slratton said he is not inter- Western and Soviet proposals for test sponsored by the Downtown amendments csfed in gaining any endorsement;ending the arms race. Business Men's Assn. ^ 7'IK for himself except for governor. Washington's intent was to find Tll ° °°> received a 52r> U.S. pay "All I am is a favorite son|mi area of common interest be-'Savings Bond and his stepfather lion candidate for Governor," he said. J (ween the rival proposals and pro-1 received gifts from the various amendments were An attempt to get the conven-j sent this at Geneva in an effort' smres ""' hl " pa . , t ,, . _ lion's resolution committee to en-1 to move away from the deadlock! R«'es of the "My Pop's Tops" Dirksen said he would ask Pres- dorsed State Sen. Arthur Bidwill of [ that ha* stymied the lO-nationl'-™' 1 *' were, that letters would idenl Kisenhowe,- to veto botn iRiver Forest for vice president!disarmament conference. i bfl .i« rt K pri "strictly on the quali- bills. Both were passed by main win nnnmvnl at -i se<;-i r,,, ,, o j, . >• ' fications of the candidate as out- gins more than enough to override to win nppiovai ai a scs-. -j.| H , jj (5 disarmament dele-i,, ....,..,, <?. lined in the letter. ;the veto. Altogether, 143 fathers were en- 1 Dirksen hinted a third measure tcred in the contest by their off-'passed Friday night by the Sen... . spring, according to Allen A. late also might be vetoed. The bill pected to continue into next week. iBai . nprd nianaRor of Barlefrsauthori.es future construction of Secretary of State Christian A. and chairman of the DBMA pro-: water projects involving a federal Herter, due back from a vacation motion <>ost of s | ig htly more than 1" 2 bil- Sunday was slated to take part in •There were so many excel- lion dollars. It authorizes 134 proj- a strategy huddle Monday along, |,, nt |,, t ters that it was hard for ects in -II states. The bill goes with his disarmament '><^>*<'''^the judges to select the winner," hack to the House, which ap- ,.-,<,, uueaKU, r^u-unu,,, ™ ,„„-, a '" J "•P"*™ 1 """'* frf "» »'^est-,, lo sakl . p , ()Vw| „ jn a moro , imjtt>d fonn cratic national convention in Los . . * * ., th(> R p nubrK . mw i 0fl nK''»eies such as the Atomic <lurtR( , s VVCMC the Rev. Father hist year. Angeles. '"can't h-ive two candidates 'for 1 Em%rgy Commission ' mt< Defense jj nnieB J. H1U of St. Alhbrose! The health bill also .goes back The repeal provisions would ! vi . p ' Went since only one can!Department and the Central!church, the Rev. L. F. Todd, |to the House, which earlier had- bring a federal revenue loss esti-i ^ ^ cjed ,, ' ' . Intelligence Agency. pastor of the Evangelical $ Re- j voted about 300 million less than mated at 752 million dollars. ! ' Bidwill resolu- Aftor no i' (llun > s to Geneva next j formed Church, and Mayor P.'the Senate. The pay increase bill The Senate Finance Committee By KRXKST B. VACARKO Republican Leader Kverett M. Miss Freda^'Freiman, first'viceLind 'W^ RoTlo" RuYo 'at" the'c'lty Church clsed Friday. Illinois Senate would accept Dirksen fought a bitter battle Fri- president; Mrs. Lorena Dixon.iHall Wednesday evening. The The students were presented;than a five-judge deal, day night against bills to raise stH . on d vice president; Mrs. Mar-honoree's gifts,'which were of a i certificates for attending the Bi- In their report to Stratton the federal workers' pay and to in- garet Burns treasurer: Mrs. Rob-miscellaneous nature, were plac-'ble school. At the close of the Justices said the new Judges should crease medical research funds, ,-rt Freeman Sr chaplain; Mrs. e( i under a pink and white um-j.-session (he children enjoyed a pic-,be in office sometime in Septem- lle lost in both cases. Ben Carey, historian and Mrs. brella. Game prizes wereiiiioat Pere Marqiictte Park. her. The increased medical research <;. DeSherlia. sergeanl-at-arms. awarded to Mrs. B. Pohlman- Teacher's were: Beginners.- Any judgeship legislation would written.funds, he said, would bliist a "nu- nurj UH . ni( , ( , tine it wa<! iin . finf) Miss \ on;i Amburg. Re-LMrs. L. Be.-hel assisted by .lo-jnecd a two-thirds vote for the act were served by thc'an Duncan and Joyce Wallace:;to go into immediate effect. The Miss Hot/ will beikindergarten. Mrs. Bill BrainerH!regular session meets in January. Rollen Rulo June 25 and Mrs. W. Stephens, juniors,, Two special sessions called by St. Patrick's Mrs. Art Wilson and Mrs. L.j Stratton in May ran concurrently sup- Church in Grafton. Stumpe: fourth grade. Mrs. F.|Major legislation passed included per and attend ;i movie nt Jer- Honored at Shower Duncan, fifth grade, Mrs. C. Pel-ia 35 million dollar appropriation seyville. For reseivations, phone GRAFTON - Miss Jane Woos- likan: sixth grade. Mrs. J. Brad-!to carry Illinois' poor relief pro Mrs. Critichfield. Refreshments ter, who was married to Lowelljfisch and juniors, Mrs. R. Bax-igram over until the next regular were served by Mrs. E a r 1 Cox at Holy Ghost Church in ter and Mrs. K. Taylor. 'session of the legislature. in several threw to tone down the million dollar election-year raise for more than 1'b mil government workers. His defeated and :the bill passed 82-17. During the meeting it was an- and Miss nounced that the annual outing froshments will be held Monday. Members hostesses, will meet at the Legion Home married to at ."> p.m. and go to Nevelands at 9:30 a.m. at Restaurant in Nutwood for By O. MILTON KEIXV WASHINGTON (AP) — A bill' proposing repeal of federal taxes, on local telephone service, tf ' Ip - "".,, ?. oTg"^" . grams and travel faces a hot de- '' <M r " n c bate and a possible filibuster today in the Senate. A row over the measure erupted Friday night. It kept the Senate in session past midnight and drew warnings it could upset plans for adjournment of Congress before the July 11 start of the Demo- Pollack said the Bidwill resolu- ition could not be considered be- week, Eaton plans to coordinate |W. Day. had hooked thorn onto a hUl^ie-, committee already had the U. S. proposals with the four quested by Prosident Eisenhower! pndorep Dirkspn ; Wes , ern Allips bfl f OI . e the plan is f wo seeking a year s extension of foar; ,, A|I fhjs JR .^ an pxnr ,, S(sinn |presented to the Communists. In An to goes directly to the President. billion dollars worth of various other taxes and another increase in the limit on the national debt. Po*ti>oni>>i Trijaty The dispute apparently meant a postponement until next week of a Senate vote on ratification of the security treaty with Japan. Sen. Joseph S. Clark iD-Pai led and lost a fight to block the Senate leaders' plans to bring the dis- All this is just an expression [presented (Of sentiment," Pollack said, i The Allies were reported anx-| "None of these resolutions have'ions to have a more forceful West-, much value." ern response than the turndown. SI rait on SunK'^lfd given to Soviet Premier Nikita' Bidwill, who attended the con-•Khrushchev's revised disarma- \eiitiou. sud he had made no|men) offer, effort to receive an endorsement, j Khrushchev. Circuit Judge Ross V. Reynolds I announcement, The medical research funds were included in a big $4,485.788,931 bill for support of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare, the Labor Department, and related agencies. It topped President Eisenhower's requests h\ -Hd't' million Two non-resident motorists in- dollars. The medical research por- which Accidetils i in a post-summit curred minor injury due to tral-i'' 0 ^ was Wi4 millions which was called for doing;fi'' mishaps in course of trip«i2W millions more than the Presi- of Vienna, a resolutions commit-1 H \vay witluiloinic weapon delivery-to Alton. Friday afternoon. deiil had asked, and L'09 million tec member, suggested thai Siral-l SV stems as a first disarmament William L). Hunter. ?,~>. sales-,more than the House approved. Mil Wore the climber! «>"'* -me ,,e inserted on the vice step. Pollack said Stralton is not in- The West opposed Khrushchev's stipulation thai all foreign bases " (1| ' psu ' d - be abolished at the same Mint. Reynolds then questioned wheth-i „ qut , s|ionnd , hf , pract i ( ,. t lity of today. Clark protested mat he others were being "rushed, illl prepared, into the fight" by the' leaders' n-fusal lo postpone the ^S^Lyndon B. Johnson H>Tex> | m>8s . tl) «» on re ™ rd for illlv vici> disarmament in out man. of Cahokia. 111., incurred! Dirksen tried in vain to send it lacerations of his nose and leftjbaiflk to committee for a 250-mil- leg shortly after 12:15 p . m .llion-dollar trimming of the re- iwhen the brakes failed on Hie search funds for the National In- it was the convention's hllsi 'i achieving such amount of sedan-he was driving east on E. Brondwav at Laclede avenue. fired some caustic blasts at senators he said believe they know his job better than he docs. He forced the issue, and by a top- heavy vote the Senate backed his motion to make the tax hill its pending business. Secretary of the Treasury Rob- !lMK " ert B. Anderson reportedly has warned Congress that President Eisenhower will veto the lax hill if any revenue reducing provisions are added to it. ApproM-s Amendment Despite Anderson's warning, the Finance Committee approved the travel tax repeal amendment to; ""Uimciion become effective Aug. 1, and the m( ;' telephone and telegram repealers to be effective July 1 The Senate was about to adjourn shortly before . midnight when Clark made his surpme effort to block Johnson's move to call up the tax bill as the pending business for today. Johnson told the Senate he had been warned "the bill would be filibustt in) if 1 brought it up." The b;]!'- major provision* arc designed '•• exlend the eoi p.ii.iiion tax at it> present .V. 1 pfi cent rale for anoti.' i year and alsn extend a variety "I .-vclse taxes mi cars. HUlo |>art> ,ii<i nccfsson'> lu|ii" wine, beer .ind cigarett» The corporation income IHX iiiie will di'op to -17 |»-i cent if il isn't extended by June 30. Johii>uii said, and various other taxes would expire or be reduced if Congress doesn't act by that dead line tho step and the 1 P°li <n( ' reported Hunter told I effeciiveness of the controls Khru-! them llis brakt>s failcd and ' to Hie presidential candidate The Dirksen resolution Illinois senator is "well n In Republicans throughoui nation for his ability, ami V.-IN) knowledge of our ROV-; pn . hensiv ,. Wl . stcrn plan , offored ernment, both domestic and foi'-^ vn en ihc Geneva talks beg-in last 1 '' OSP P n ' s Hospital where he I pay of 535,000 postal workers an March. II stresses piecemeal dis-! rp ' irivi>d "™""™'. «"«• report i average of 8.4 per cent and of ishchev prbposecl. i H was understood that the pro- iposi'd I' S. response would be i within th avert collision with others cars. he turned into l.nclede where the car struck a powe, • pole. His " > m«vpd hy Hnper's framework of the com- rar xvns Service and he \\cnt St. by taxi where to stitutes of Health. A row over a tax reduction bill kepi Ihe Senate in session until after midnight, and another morning session was arranged today. Tile bill would repeal local telephone. telegraph and travel taxes. The pay increase bill headed for Eisenhower's desk would increase Dirksen was not present for the draw an estimated 'J.(HV) delegates and parly followers. Civic observance depicting the GOP convention UK) years ago in Decatur \vbich endorsed Abraham Lincoln for President was held m with the state meet- Adoption of a party platform was put oft until an adjourned convention in Chicago, American private investment in Mexico now is up to $900 million, Mexico City learns. Attend Inclr'fc Fuueral Mr. and Mrs Albeit Murphy Miw Elizabeth Murph.v and Mrs Donald Murph> went to Hannibal, Mo today, to attend the funeral Of Burton Lee, uii HJiclc ol Albeit art Elizabeth Murphy. Mi Ue AMI Thiusday at Clarence, Mo. armament steps with controls along the way. Dtiris Elected To Third Term 11 y Steel workers » Buddy Davis was elected Fri- probably | rt av to a third term as president of Local 36-13, United Steel Nomination of three candidates,workers of America. The nallol- for University of Illinois trustees ;j ng was held at the Laclede is part of the convention's busi-| Steel Co plant gate lu 'ss. Davis was vice president of Ihr Samuel W. Witwer. Republican local before being elected presi- nominee for US senator, told the-deni two years ago. convention that "peace, freedom Others eleclctl were Charles and prosperity" are the major is- Rogers, vice president. Tom sues in the Novemlx'r election Campbell recording sectelarv campaign ' Bob . Oal<-. fin.mcial societar\ • "The people recogni/e that these |- onv Vicari. Ireasiirei: Pclc .iii (lines aiho/nc.ind abroad that Chioli-ro. Gi orsje Watson, .tiul siernl\ demand true responsibili Bill Smith, unex'ance i-ommit- t\ in government and find no tee; ,)ame> Wilkinson, Fr.uiK |il,n-i. tor narrow partisanship or Volma. ami Kill Stobbs. mis l-ad-iship b> jerks and starts tecs. John Belts, guard: ami I't ii( is n;it a iircil. worn out is- Sam Taravella. guide sue. he added 'nor is it tar- A tolal of l..">f)7 ballols WHS lushed as the result of Khrush- cast in the election. i-m-v s scuiilinu nf tht summit in Pant. Plan For Foud Stand "TV I': 1 incirt.-ni -,nd President COTTAGE HILLS — Membeis f Eisenhower's cilm and wise re- of the Volunteer Fire Department action to thi midities of the So- Auxiliary discussed plans for viet Premier h;i\, strengthened s|XJiisorin^ a food stand at the the people's (uiniriK.ii ih.il Amer- VFW picnic scheduled for July ica is in ii<xid i.-s|«jnsihlc hands " 8. 9. and 10 Mrs Oscar Wesley. Witwer said il would b*- a and Mrs I>a\id Sloan lu-ad thr "Statewide ira»:i-d\ to turn the committee lu make plans foi power oi stuii' Kfi\ernn;i-nt nvt-r the picnic. to those who VMM- taili-il so Mis Norman Shewniaker piv- ; stated. At .1:40 p.m.. Mrs. Juanit:i •10. St. Louis, was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital for minor abrasions to her lace and knees incurred, police reported, when (he ear in which she was riding on Rts 67-111 near Slate, just outside Alton limits, struck the rear of another car. a million other government workers hy 7 1 - per cent. 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