Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1960 · Page 5
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Friday, July 8, 1960
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FRIDAY, JULY 8, I960 ALTON EVfcMNG TbLhf.RAPH PAGE FIVE Powell is StillBacking Symington SPRlNGFlELt) (Special) Illinois House Speaker Paul Powell (D., Vienna) «ay» he in still for Missouri'* U. g. Sm. Symington tor Democratic President. And he plans to continue to vote for Symington's on every ballot as long as President Harry S. Truman Is for the senator. He says statements by party leaders and candidates last weekend haven't changed his mind. Powell said he plans to vote for Symington as long as Truman is for the Missourlan and should Truman declare for another, he'll vote for that candidate, also. He said, "I'll be for whonver Truman is for — even Stevenson." Powell and the former Illinois governor have been on opposite political sides for almost 10 years. Powell attended a meeting of the Illinois Legislative Audit Commission of which he is a member and was interviewed by newsmen. He said he will fly to Los Angeles Friday as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention from his 25th j Congressional district, that the| question of whom the Demo-i crats will pick "is still an un-| resolved issue" but that he is pledged to Symington. Powell tiaid he will stay with! Symington as long as does former Prrfildent Harry S. Truman, chief national .supporter of the Missouri senator. If Mr. Truman should switch to another! candidate, Powell said he will! also. When running for di'legatei Powell said he promised con-| stituents he would be "for! whoever Mr. Truman is for. I They voted for me because li said that. I polled 27,000 votes in the delegate contest and my nearest competitor had only 10.000." A reporter asked whether In light of recent developments including Mr. Truman's blast Saturday, he feels that the convention is certain to nominate Sen. John F. Kennedy for president' As the moon rose in full splendor, concert in Riveryiew Park had the op"I don't think iu sewed up, no,"! the setting sun gave a last burst of portunity to enjoy both sights.—Staff he replied. color before it .sank below the horizon, Photo. Powell along with former Gov. Thursday night. Listeners at the band John Stelle was active in a; Springfield meeting earlier thisj />• • year that lined up 18 downstate; C-«M?IC convention delegates for Sym-j ington. He said yesterday he; feels Symington will hold all thej votes on the first convention bal-! * .. -j lot, adding "after that they may 1 AllCfM fly in all directions." Jeneyvillc Council Votes To Retain Fiscal Agent .TERSEYVILLTC —At it* m PP tint? Tuesday evening, the Jpr- seyville City Council voted in favor of retaining » fiscal aRent for the water bond issue election set for Aug. 30. City Attorney Alvln H. Petitt was authorized to draw up an ordinance providing for the Municipal Research Agents of Chicago to act as the agent, subject to final approval at the time the ordinance is presented. It was also voted that Council advertise for bids Counril meeting on July 19. Ml«* Betty Smith, of .Tersey- ville. was appointed deputy rlty rlerk to fill the vacancy created hy the resignation of the former deputy clerk. Miss Janet Stone. Fern R. Rauch from the Illinois Department of Labor was present and discussed with the Council and water board a 'complaint which was received hy him concerning new construction being done in the city with Old Tree<i Among th« American th'at grow to be more than 100 years old are the American linden, juniper, locust, oak. red phie. sugar maple, sweetgum, tuliptree. white fir and white spnice. theima in ten an ce crews whicli for the sale and removal of the old house on the corner of Lafayette and Carpenter streets recently bought by the municipality. Bids for the removal of the dwelling and clearing of the premise! will be opened at the should have been let to contractor*. Rauch left some Information with the board which would clarify the situation. The city It also accepting bids for a new five horsepower rotary type mower for the cemetery department. Tarragona. fiO miles south of Barcelona, is » major wine- producing center of Spain. LOW.COST HOME LOANS LOW-COST' HOME LOANS LOW-COST HOME LOANS LOW.COST HOME LOANS AT Broadway at Pinna HO 5-7781 The "TIME & TEMPERATURE" Corner DOOR MIRRORS _ We Cut Them to Fit Any Door. Easily Installed. 18 by 68-Inch Door. MIRROR $16.45 Inch 20 by M inch 22 by «8 Inch ... M by 68 Inch ... Lyons Glass Co. 2400 Belle Dial HO 8-2731 More Reliable Than Ever MOTOROLA TV EAST OF THE SUN, WEST OF THE MOON ROBERT MODEL tIKIM 91* overall cflagcmil m«ss. M «q. In. picture vltwlng ar»i. '"'•' 259" * NO MONIY DOWN FULL VF.AR GUARANTEE ON ALL. TUBES AND HARTS i i' : its search for a reconnaissance | plane and its crew of six missing] lover the Arctic Sea for a week. Powell said he will personally stick with Symington as long as BETHALTO - Civic Memorial High School cheerleaders Ellen U.*S. Abandons Search for Plane i~ ™. .,<-! The RB 47 P lane disappeared BODO. Norway (AP)-The U.S.|, ast Friday on , te ^ ^ to Air Force at midnight abandoned j Britain after an electromagnetic mapping mission. A spokesman said the 14 search planes "have not made .one positive sighting Drennen, Carlo Walker, BCalfa- krzewsW, Nancy Ohleir and Joan Mr. Truman does and will follow!Clan? Ellspermann, Shirley Pleg-jL. McDaniel. the former president in a switch Re and Sharon Bnmtjen attended j to any other candidate includ-a cheerleading camp held at Illi-j ing Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson. Al- nois State University at Normal' though Truman has said he will ; during the last week, not attend the convention as a Under the direction of L. R. delegate Powell said he will beiHerkimpr. (he girls learned newi in constant touch with the 'ex-: methods and training in cheer; president. He recalled that in leading. The girls lived in Walk-! 1956 he stayed with the former er Hall at the university while > president in his unsuccessful ef- 1 attending the class sessions in' fort to bring about the nomina- • cheer leading, tion of former Gov. Averell Har- Home Bureau Hosts 4 H ' riman of New York for presi- BETHALTO — Members of; dent ' the Bethalto Girls 4-H Club werej guests of the Home Bureau all the home of Mrs. Hendricks! (Wednesday. Talks and demon-' . strations were given by Milde- wy, w-j . jgard Kanning, Mi<*helene Mull, Dinners Planned ' Susan Sheary ' Sandy white - <** idy Vancil and Nancy Ohleir. HARDIN - The church picnic {J"™?* C ' Ub "TH* 1 1 ^^ and chicken dinner .season will !?, a [^ g ! Ve " l'^ 811 ^; he : s r- iu n . .•-• i Fun festival at the Evangelical open in Calhoun County tha. week-| and Relormcd aiurch ,J connected with the plane." Calhoun Church end with a chirkon dinner Satur- \ duy pvpninj; at '/.ion Lutheran Church in Batchtown. On .Saturday, July 16, the Methodist Church in jwardsville. Girls taking part in the drama were Diane Kanning, Marie Zakrzewski, Revine Pattengill, Susan Sheary, Judy Evil__ ... ... , ' "-"••,»••• f e^eiitiviii.! UIII^I.*! • , fj L«\4 T J_J T *.»Batchtown will sponsor a chicken | nbKti Linda aopineier Sandy dinner, and the next day, Sunday, j white, Evelyn Mansholt. Karen July 17, St. Anselm's Church injg zegedyi Che ,. y , pjpgge, Lynne Kampsvllle will have its annual picnic and chirken dinner. St. Barbara's Church in Batditown has selected Sunday, July 31, tor its annual picnic and dinner. Events in August will include a two-day picnic and dinner on Aug 6 and 7 at St. Joseph's Church in Meppen, and another two-day af lair on August 13 and 14 at St. Mary's Church in Brussels, Michael will have the final picnic of the season on Sunday, Aug. 28. Iowa Vbitora HARDIN Guests of Mrs. Roy Wieneke at her home In Hardin for the past week were her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bader of Nevada, la., and her sister, Mrs. Edith Weuve, of State Center, la. They left Hardin early Thursday morning for their homes. •EAT THE HEAT! COOL, COOL, INDOOR ICE SKATING Dally 1:30 to 4 P.M.—7:00 to 10 P.M. Except Monday* Plan a Party! Refreshingly Different! Private Skating Lenson* Now Available. ICELAND, INC. 2715 JE. BROAD WAV—ALTON WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-0« E. BROADWAY — PLENTY OF PARKING THONGS Men's, Women's Children's rubber thong-sandals AH rubber iu liny summer colors y Hi for beach. show* Pr "-*' f er. Sl«es for men, reg'. women, children. 7Bc pr. 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