Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 24, 1960 · Page 6
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June 24, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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f WW^Pf ^FF** Standard Oil Local to Take Strike Ballot WOOD RIVER - In a meeting with Federal Conciliator C. M. GM1 Wednesday at Standard Oil both the Central Stated Petroleum Union, Local 115, and Standard Otl Co. management maintained their positions on wane Increase. At a meeting of Union Local 115J Thursday night the union by unanimous action df-cidpd to takr a strike vote probably sometime, next week. Vernon Bravr. president of the union, announced. The main dispute is over thej union's request for an 8 per cent; wage increase for a one-year per- j lod or 12 per cent for a two-year contract. The union bases its demand on the settlement in the steel Industry while management holds there Is "no justification at this tone." Brave also pointed out that members of the Oil, Chemical & Atomic Workers Union were present at the meeting and said the 0 C A A move for a wage Increase probably will be coordinated with the CSPU's. Summer School Enrollment Up at SIV EDWARDSVILLE — Summer motion enrollment at Southern Illinois University's Southwestern Campus is more than 50 per cent greater than last year, rising from 825 to 1,257 students, the univer- service an- ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH i Trmit 2A vIMfffttffiil I Slllllllt »M»***- ORBIT TWO MOONS The United States launched a double satellite Into high orbit over Russia to make earth and space navigation more accurate than ever before. Diagram shown projected orbit of "mother and daughter' satellites, launched In a southerly direction via a Thor Able Star two-stage rocket. The smaller sphere will analyze solar radiation for the next year before \tn power supply runs out. (NBA Photo) TrutnanOtit Of Step With Dems By .fAMKfl MARIXOT Pre** New* AnnyM ; WASHINGTON /r Firmer President Truman Is away out of step with the presidential candidates of his own Democratic parly. Just a few days ago Truman' made a plpfl for hiparlisanship 'in foreign polii'.v. He said he'd luss wilh Prcsidpnl Kisenhower "on local affairs hut on foreign affairs proplp ought to hack him up." But before and after he said it the Democratic candidates wore, already lacing into Kisenhow-i : er's handling of foreign affairs, \ making it nlear that they con-i 'sldpr foreign policy a major is-j sue in the 1960 campaign. i i The one candidate who'd he| 'happy if all Democrats shared| ; Truman's view is Vice Presl i dent Richard M. Status of Top Billi Pending in Congress WASHINGTON <AP»-H«ff is the status of some of the top Mils pending In Congress: HEALTH—The House 'Hnitiday passed a limited federal-state program of health care for elderly persona, wWch would cover about 500,000 to a million of the nation's estimated U million age (K or over. The Senat* may amend this skeleton program to resemble much broader prcfrnnu one pushed by Democrats and the other by the administration. WHEAT-The House Thursday defeated a Mil to raise wheal price supports and cut acreage thus virtually killing any chance FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1960 ^^^^gggg^jg^g^gai^jBaMBBMBMB of new wheat legislation tti sw- HOD. 9CHOOL-Top Republican and Democratic leaders prodded the House Rules Committee to remn aider It* refusal to send a school construction bill to a Senate- Conference Committee to hammer out a compromise. Some ^different trtb« live in the Belgian Congo. WEEK-END TORNADO Two of many trees nprooted In Virginia, M., by apparent tornado that damaged houses and buildings In this community and likewise acrow a path In the state. (NBA Photo) UN Security Council OKs Argentine Resolution At County Seal Stores Asked to Extend Closing Hours on Friday UNITED NATIONS. N. Y. fl>idld not ask for Elchmann's re- The U. N. Security Council j turn to Argentina, as Argentina _ .... Nixon who.jhas endorsed Argentina's con-lhad demanded earlier. And Is- sinoe he was so much a part ofjtention that the capture of Adolf |raell Premier David Ben-Gurion the Elsenhower administration. JEichmann by the Israeli agents already had said flatly Eich- will have to defend it from at-1 violated Argentine sovereignty, mann would stay in Israel to tack. But Israel still has Eichmann stand trial on charges that, as There's Sen. Lyndon Johnson ; and obviously is going to keepi chief of the Gestapo's Jewish EDWARDSVILLE —All downtown merchants, as result of a meeting Monday, have been requested by the Chamber of Commerce to keep stores open until 9 p.m. on Friday nights In cooperation with Edwardsville's two banks and two of the savings and loan associations which re, . . , 0 . cently announced an end to Sat- rnpmor)a] Laivyers Pay Tribute to K. K. Hoagland EDWARDSVILLE - A brief. of Texas, majority leader of the Senate Democrats. Until recently he was playing the role of \ the great pacifier and spreader i of oil on troubled waters. He I tried to quiet Senate criticism him for trial. The council late | section, he supervised the ex- Thursday! termination of six million Euro- adopted an Argentine resolution I poan Jews in World War II. criticizing the Nazi official's se-i in Buenos Aires, the foreign cret transfer from Buenos Aires j under secretary, Miguel Angel to Israel and calling on Israel j Centeno, said his government ROSE SPECIALS! ENTIRE STOCK OF POTTED BLOOMING ROSES 10% to 20% OFF! END-0-PEST DUST GUN FOR ROSES of foreign policy after the U2jt<, "make appropriate repara-[might consider an apology from! plane incident. Ition." (Israel sufficient reparation. Re-' But San. John F. Kennedy of j Massachusetts, the Democrats' j front-runner for the nomination, wouldn't listen and went along urday hours. was conduct- ! cd in Circuit Court here this sity's information nounced today. Enrollment at the SIU Center in Alton, where summer evening classes are being offered for the first time, showed an increase of 166 students over last summer. To.| o ' n " Fri day.~ihe"banks will ''lose'™^'^" Springfield" tal enrollment there was 655 botbj one _ na]f h ' our ea rlier. re-opening, Jn connection with the conven- Under the new schedule, bank- mornin); , f or Attorney Karl K. ing hours will be 9:30 a.m. to 3 j Hoagland of Alton, whose death p.m. Monday through Thursday, j The mild, vague resolution j ports circulated in Paris that — -Argentine President Arturo aim "is American weaknessjFrondizi might not be willing merrily blasting Elsenhower's! handling of foreign affairs. Johnson, either because he changed his mind or thought he'd better get moving if he hoped to stop Kennedy, began and disunity." :to day and evening. The university's East St. Louis Center, however, showed the greatest increase, from 336 to 602 students, well over hall of them, or 388, enrolled in day classes. The percentage of increase at both centers was fairly even in every classification, from fresh- snd men through graduate student. pnt hours. again at 5 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. First Federal Savings and Loan and Peoples Savings and Loan Associations, which previously were open from 9 a.m. to 12 noon on Saturdays, will remain ing of Circuit Court at 9:15 a.m. today, presiding Judge Harold R. Clark requested the dozen attorneys present in No. 1 Circuit Courtroom to remain standing a moment in silent tribute to their open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fri- i associate at the bar. day. Only Clover Leaf Savings' "The court has been advised will continue its pres-'that one of the distinguished i members of our bar has passed The new schedule becomes ef-1 <>n." Judge Clark remarked. "I fitting lh«t we all re- policy himself. Now he's calling the Eisen- But almost Immediately, as he were having second thoughts meet Ben-Gurion to settle 11 differences finally. Both Argentinians and Israelis Stevenson said there is need for'at the U. N. expressed satisfac-j a full and frank discussion ofition with the Security Council's the international situation. How!handling of their dispute. hower foreign policy a policy of ing Khrushchev into it is, at ! 8-0. with Poland the moment, a Srevensonian Union abstaining. Argentina,! secret. the llth member of the Coun-> drift" and" is "accusing the ad-! Even Senator Stuart Syming-^il. did not vote, being a party j dnft and w .ccuslng tlw^iw ^^ ^ ^^ ^^ ^.^^ tne dispute . Israel . not being| ifor the Democratic nomination, !'< member of the council, could has been critical of the Eisen-' n °t lack' of new ideas." On June 14 Kennedy not only went after the Eisenhower foreign policy but produced a detailed foreign program of his hower foreign policy. The United States, Britain andj own. So among Democrats Truman, i France said they oonsideredj svhose own handling of foreign ) nat | policy was roundly assailed by reparation had already made to Argentina withj He said the'real issue of for-JKjsenhower in the 1952 cam-:" 10 Israeli apology and adop-, eign policy is: "The lack of! pa ign, stands alone in avoid.- tion of thp resolution. They; long-range preparation, the lackiint? criticism of Eisenhower on termed the case closed. In day <'lasses at both centers women outnumbered men (479 to 439), but men evening students." ."";'[""_ " s( s W(?rp form j"'"'" standing in a moment of| of poij r y planning, the lack of foreign affairs. . W]fu outnumbered women more than, ' ' . silence here this morning in re- « coherent and purposeful na- .\'ot even New York's C.ov. ri . r . an two to one (245 to 93,. ! ^ndTl™ ^S n^ ''-'" •'«** backed by'Ne.son A. Rockefeller, who'd ^ ^ ^ and ^ ^ hnnr of'q n m is exacted to' Man >' of the «"°«™y's Present; strength. . . . .like to got the Republican nom-: f oibra|tar jhpui of 9 p.m. is expected l ° for TOnvenlng of court had lenrn .; .. As „ aubBt itute for policy. in,-,tion. has kept quiet on the °' t ' IDraltar ' ; gi\e last minute nanK cusiomeis ^ n( ,, OHgland . s defl(h just be .; Mr K isenhower has tried smil- subject. He's made it clear he Widest part of the Atlantic the <1.150 miles be- ALL PURPOSE PEAT MOSS 50 K 1.69 LARGE SELECTION ALUMINUM TRELLIS to De95 $ 3.95 Fast, Efficient Control for Blackspot, Mildew and Every Insect Harmful to Rotes! $ 1.49 With SOc Refund by wailing box cap to Swift * Co. before June 80. Act Newt '/> Mil* North of Godfrey on Alt. 47. Phono HO 2-6797 WftSfRVAHO •AMEN CIKTII Open Doily 8:30 a.m. to • p.m. including Sunday. Plenty of FREE PARKING E, A. DODSON . .. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT MEMBER: American Landscape Association Illinois Nurserymen's Association Pekin Man Dies in Edwarrlsville Hotel an hour and one-half shopping time. There will he no change; lore entering the courtroom. ing at the Russians; our State rlcfinitely thinks American for- EDWARDSVILLE - nunomen! chamber announcement sa'«- Alton City Court Judge I. H. iStreeper, among the Department has tried frowning eitw policy needs improving. enrlv stricken with a heart at-i.^ -n > .|iassembled in the courtroom, re-!t r j Pc i both. enny srncKen wim a nean m- stores will remain open until ,,. tack in his room at Colonial Ho- r v30 p m on Saturdays. imamea to tel, William Baker of Pekin, an; employe of the Chicago & North-j western Railroad, was pro- Treasurer OI (.OUtlty nounced dead on arrival by ambulance at 6 p.m. Thursday at St. Joseph's Hospital, Highland. He was examined by a local Fire Assn. Honored attorneys on them; and Mr. Nixon has, Nixon, as the Republican can- None have succeed- didate, may offer some new a reorter later (hat he ed." ideas on foreign affairs but he had scheduled a hearing in a law Thursday night Adlai Steven- is not in much position to crit- case in his court next Monday'son, who refuses to say he's a jci/e what's happened in the at Hougland's request. candidate for the Democratic .past. As he said himself last presidential nomination'but still \ June 11: | One-half the svorld's supply of : olive oil comes from Andalusia, EDWARDSVILLE — Earl ^^"j . d of Marine, now serving! France plans to spend $122 mil- the hospital in the Weber ambu-i*" 1 ' 8 lance. ' ' the year as treasurer of j lion a year through 1975, on its 15- The body is expected to be taken to Pokin for funeral services and burial. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" ON SALE At Broadway ft Main Bed Ripe Sweet Eating WATERMELONS 59C up If you're Watermelon hungry, *«e us. Florida Vine Kip« TOMATOES 3 Lb«. 59c RED POTATOES 10-Lb. Golden Bantam SWEET CORN 39c «"•'• BROADWAY &MAIN Drlvt'ln Product Market Madison County Firemen's | year road program. was honored with a ;gift Thursday night at the regu-j 'lar meeting of the organization at 1 IVFW Hall. i Shepard who was president of. the group for three years, wasj presented with an electronic clock. The evening was designated "Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shep-*l| ard Night." Herman Kuehnel, past fire chief of Hartford and the asso-JI nation's past president, was presented a past-president's badge. | A film on "mouth to mouth re-| susdtation" was shown and a| buffet lunch was served by the ladies of the VFAV Auxiliary. The. Edwardsville Fire Department! were hosts, Guests included Har-j ry Kuehnen, past fire chief ofj| Staunton; John Wude, fire chief of Belleville; and Edwurdsville's mayor ajid members of the city council. HAVINli A BKIX TALLAHASSEE. K!a. .V Five youths arrested for ring ing a replica of the Liberty Bell! Jon the state capitol grounds atj 11 a.m. were handed their pun-; ishmcnt in court- shining up I he big metal bell. Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" > won't take himself out of con- "I've been a part of this ad- jsideration, seemed to be wear-, ministration for the last 7 1 ," ing two hats. He said both par- years. I'm proud of that record. UPS should keep Premier Nikita^nd instead of running away Khrushchev out of the cam- from it I intend to run on it ipaign. He said the Russian's,and to build on it." Heap Big Savings , on the HOOVER \ CONSTELLATION You get more of everything ' , in a HOOVER ! ! ,Th» cttan*r,that walk* on air, no pulling, no tugging. N«w low silhouett* nozzle removes the dirt fast and efficiently. Exclusive double stretch hose reaches everywhere. King size throw-away bag. Full horsepower motor. BIGGEST 2 DOOR VALUE IN TOWN!! 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