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PACE TWO ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, I960 Kennedy AnnouncesNewfAsk Aid for Four Believed Dead in To Help Campaign Organization I Work9h °P of ! Grain Elevator Explosion Do Report B,v roRNEUt R F. ttfRtEV HYANNTS PORT. Mass. (AP) SPII John F. Kennedy today announced appointment of a new campaign organization desipned tn ;jffrffet inrieprndenK Repiiblj- rans. and DemocrnK who want to "work apart from thc regular Demorratir party organisation." Pierre Salinger. Kennedy's sec- retaiA, said thr organization "could vpry \voll" provide a place for such croups as thr NPVV York Says Wheat Deliveries Past Peak BROWNFIELD. Tex. thousands watched in horror, At An appeal for a new kind of' gra vely injured man clung to a 1 business was heard hy Alton;window high in a burning jsn-ain; Kiuaninns Tuesday night -itipipvator Tuesday and begged: Mineral Springs Hotel. Ed Stelv "Help mp! Help me! I'm burning! lit), manager of the Community ( 0 death!" Handicapped Workshop pi in. After ttvo hours of desperate 1 Hir speaker, asked aid in se«- maneuvering, a helicopter finally tiiiR up tbo "factory" whuh popped a ca ble and a former! will give a trained handicapped'steeply,* descended to save pei son something to look for- h\ m Wheat deliveries to Rn<<el) iual ' dtonftpr hisperiod of train *' Th p d™ma followed two Minn-' Cheeking On Area Dogs Begun I'M MMIliillHil'r^rt^'ll"*""** I tJi r\ » » t n. n T \ir-11 \ IT i it «~» i v» i n i. .^r t J i . ,. < »-«t««"j^»<»i».m v. v,.*.,. — — e» i Democratic fnotion led bv former Atiller-Milling Co. have passed '"*'* ° v ? r A( P rpsem ; f ni(1 drring explosions which ripped ajrenslng requirements moved In• " r O4nL*l!Mf.nl«tF<r-. •**• mMfiaMnfirimtni—'..! __ t.. . i ^ _ _ . . < *._ . t ~ _ . . » . . • Sen. Herbert H. Lehman their pp<ik. Stehlin. only so much canbedone|g ian | grn | n storage elevator and I,ehman is at odds with the "The late spring, rool \veath- New York organisation. er. nnd rains held up the ripen- FAIR AM) WARMER Scattered showers and Ihundprshow- Valley. Thunderstorms are forecast for era are forecast tonight for the south California. It will be cooler in the north Atlantic states, Tennessee Valley, east- Atlantic states. (AP Wirephoto Map) ern Gulf Coast and upper Mississippi WeatherForecaat Salinger, as Kennedy's official ine of wheat, so that the crop spokesman, (old a news confer-:did not start coming in until ence thc organization will be three weeks later than last knoun as O'tizens-for-Kennedy, year." said Robert Jndwin. : fov such persons whn now re- i reive as much as $50 a mon'h from the state without the stute . . , . n * "* '" •* *- 1 ' sent flames raging for hours through the 180-foot high structure. •and will be headed by Byron White. 43, the former All-America halfback at the University of manager of the grain department ol Russell Miller-Milling Co. Draft Rockefeller Forees Pecking Away at Nixon Alton and vicinity: Fair an r . , ing to a degree, i.oioidao. A number of persons have no-! There are KOO White's title will be national (i( . ed the numbpr Qf lpuclw H ne d! 1h( I rnmt-Jiute .chairman; his assignment to es- .... „_ j up on id tnhli • • • • ' puch persons were qualified to run machines, repair parts, assemble a unit of some sort, their lives would be less bleak, and they could be self-support- Clothes flaming, leaped 50 feet missing and presumed dead. Five others were Injured. One of the victims, Paul Alken, 32, of Brmvnfield. his from near the top of the elevator persons in to a landing In an attempt to area, said, avoic | burning to death. He died a continued warm today, tonight! Adams Highly wait-; S)ohlin . u . no mig ht be avai,- snor( time after arrlvlng at Salinger spoke as a group 0^"*,'° d1 " bur " e fheir '° ads ° fi; '" lf> ^™' k in 1he "» hlon h ^hospital. and Thursday. High t od a y;Kennedy campaigti strategists ,A win , n , ri „._, fh _ ,„„ fl «™-lhed. OtJiers listed . as around 90. low tonight 70-V:!.j was assembling at the senator's Three area residents have been .appointed to help prepare the report of the State of Illinois to the White House Conference on Aging which will be held January 9-12. J19B1. i Rev. Reuben Baerwald who re; sides at l&O Common Street, Al- Enforcement of city dog ll-i»°n. will serve with a itatewide committee which will prepare the Illinois section on activities for older persons and resources for fuller participation In community to a second stage today when the city dog warden, William Tueth, began a daily check of records to determine how many persons had failed to comply with written notices to procure licenses. First notices issued required persons owning or harboring dogs to procure license within a week. And a check of 20 notices, issued a week ago revealed that life of this older age group. Joseph S. Kovic of OUn-Math- ieson Chemical Co. who reside! in East Alton will serve with a statewide committee which will prepare the Illinois section on employment, retirement and income maintenance which will include only 10 persons, Just half of those , an a nalysls of local, state and found with unlicensed dogs, had federal programs in behalf of old- dead were complied with the order. Gr persons. Can File Complaint* < Miss Margaretta Vozak, chief Final recourse of the city af-!of social service of the Alton high Thursday 88-92. By JACK BKIJ, CHICAGO — Draft-Rockefeller forces pecked away today at the massive dam holding together a vast reservoir of strength for Vice President Richard M. Nixon for the Republican presidential nominatjon. But Nixon people treated the mod Rockefeller had made any! Extended Forecast decision about submission of his ! name. McManus said Rockefeller will! appear at the convention only as Illinois — Tpnlperalures will av- |eragc 2 to -1 degrees below nor;mal. Normal high 83 to 88 north, chairman of the New York dele-i 87 to 92 in south. A little warmer i vacation home for a top level \ meeting. This forced Kennedy to cut into I his "complete rest" vacation. The conference will cover such i subjects as when and where to|J launch his election campaign and I iiiftuiiiraii ui int. i^^.ti i. \JL rv v*^*^ . , .__ . K a.ion and his future course will " or lwn , f ct ! ons . Tllursday ° r be determined then. Thc governor bus said he is matter as an assault with a tack (available for a draft but doesn't hammer and gave no indication they expected any big leakage. expect one to materialize. Friday but otherwise no important day to day temperature changes. Total precipitation will average less than one-tenth inch with some isolated thundershow- The objective of the move ap- There were conflicting reports j neared to be an attempted con- Rr ; s developing by late in thc on whether New York's Gov. Nel-j vention stampede such as sup- Wl>(1 ' < son A. Rockefeller had given his porters of Adlai E. Stevenson great number until about July 15. He said the week of July 11 ito 15 was their heaviest week. The clear weather brought in rush. over. i.ft .,rvt, i , i j u i K mm tci^uuintr wi uit- v.iv »*-. ui ninjini nciviv:fr wi UK? «JIWM icks The workshop would be, Royce Lawhorn, about 50. and| ter dog ,, cense notices are dictate Hospital, will serve with any equipped with a variety ol Henry Nlx< about 24) Mh of | regar(ledi said -r^th, will be to fl statewide committee which luly tools and machines and would Brmvnfield. '«,„ cmiri com nl a lnt.s chareine!«,iii nmnnm the Tlllnol. «*ot)on ^ thp the rusl in a coast-to-coast drive to register > Jadwin explained. every potential voter with Demo- i cratic leanings. Kennedy announced Tuesday ! night the appointment of Rep. I Frank Thompson Jr. (D-NJ) as| director of the National Registra-i filc court cornp , ain t s charging |will prepare the Illinois sectton develop skills which would be, Missing and presumed buried in viola , ions of thc dog control on personal adjustment for old"" ef "' ^ " r™,!"^::. 1 -^! 1 ^ debrl " Wa - s C L : ?. ul ^ n - a » e :code. Before ,-esorting to .such er persons and the potential re- fu) training would prevent the j unknown, of Brownfield. Elevator frustration which a handicapped ^ gr y. N. Lewailen said Burden GOP On PI,.,.I. rlluln person feels now. Imagine your- was working in the elevator at self with a temporary handicap | tne time of the explosion "and I such as a broken arm, and no-i don't see how he could be alive." jtice how magnified the little j Firemen blamed exploding i things you do for yourself be.-jj, ra j n j^ f OI . me disaster, come when you can't do them., The helicopter that saved Phil-. Think, then, of a person who i |j p R eev es, of Cotton Valley, La.,' has this or another disability of !carne (,. om Reese Air Force Base a permanent nature, and vou iat Hibbock, 3j miles northeast o( persons and the potential action, however, Tueth said he jsources in the community avail- would make reinspections to de-j a b]p to serve this segment of termine if the delinquents still t| )P population, had the dogs. He expressed be-| A S pn ,i ,,f the year-long prep- lief that some of the delinquents | n ration for the White House hud gotten rid of the dogs since'conference, county and region*! B personal approval to a decision tried to engineer at the Los to place his name in nomination j Angeles Democratic National Conat the GOP National Conventionfvention. Its chance for success opening Monday. L seemed little grealer than the One strategist in the forces abortive Stevenson push, plugging Rockefeller said such a' 300 Vote decision had been made. The re- : But Rockefeller's most enthusi- port was that Rockefeller had per- ast j c supporters were talking in sonaJJy approved thc decision in terms of collecting upwards of 300 i a conference with his top backers I votes on the first ballot. This i Chief among the strategy group, of course, is Kennedy's campaign i manager brother Robert, already ! on the scene. He directed the j months-long drive through the | presidential primaries which i brought Kennedy to Los Angeles ' as the front runner and made him I first-ballot winner of the Demoi cratic nomination. With them will be James Rowe, BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) — A ja Washington lawyer \vho was 34 Belgian Troops Die in Plane Crash before his appearance before thej t .i a i m had Nixon's backers shak- plane crash in the Congo killed 34 once an aide to President Frank- platform committee Tuesday. j ng their heads in incredulous Belgian soldiers today and dis- lin D - Roosevelt. But Robert L. McManus. Rockefeller's news representative, dc- Ike Favors Hitting Reds Back Hard here. Donald Ethington, in the rescue. ;can begin to see why some of them have a different outlook on life. "The three parts to the present program consist of evaluation of the individual to see how he can be helped to be made self-supporting; voca-j Journal Ol Politics SIU Mali's Writing in EDWARDSVILLE - Dr. Gerald Runklc, associate professor of philosophy at the East St. Louis Center of SfU. received word this amazement. , closed that the Belgians still are • By JOHN SCALI WASHINGTON (Apt and individual action I around 1,100 of 1,331 delegate I votes stand publicly committed to Nixon in one way or another. No one, outside of a handful of ! Rockefeller enthusiasts, could fathom the mathematics by which this Nixon total could be reduced below the 666 needed for the _p res j. > nomination by even the most denV Eisenhower was reported to-1 vigorous sort of draft-operation, day to be all for a policy of Amer- Rockefeller might command ican officials hitting back hard! most of New York ' s * votes in and fast at Kremlin propaganda i a showdown, but where others onslaughts against the United ! would come from remained a puzzle. The governor himself said he agreed that a majority of the delegates are pledged to Nixon. But he said on a taped television interview he doesn't charge that States. Word from the summer White House at Newport, R.I., was that the President had given a personal go-ahead on this at a conference there Tuesday with Secretary of State Christian A. Herter and other key foreign policy advisers. the convention is rigged. Move in Force Despite the seemingly Leonard W. Hall, Nixon's earn- 1 sending troops to that country, i I awn Mower Stolen paign manager without title, said; The government said a C119! that as a result of primary, con- Hying Boxcar hit a volcanic peak,! l?,., nn R P 1I P c r H nmp .»«««» ^ I...II..M...., ..-.:- npar Goma . n ^ Congo Seven ' nom Dene at. noine soldiers were injured. The United Nations Security Council has called for withdrawal of Belgian soldiers, but a spokesman for the Belgian government Despite the popularity of power mowers, there is still a certain demand for the non-motori/ed type that have to be pushed in thc qood old-fashioned wav. Mrs. Olla said men still are being set in, I Holmes of 1621 Belle St. learned either as replacements or to rein- this when her push-type mower By OVID A. MARTIN CHICAGO (AP)—A farm leader urged the Republican parry today to give voters a clear choice between farm controls and freedom from such curbs. President Charles D. Schuman of the American Farm Bureau Federation made this recommendation to the Republican Platform Committee in a statement advocating freedom from controls. . Schuman, who described him- i self as a registered Democrat, • said he was disappointed with the ! farm plank adopted by his party • at Los Angeles last week. He said ! that plank appeared to lay out a ; blueprint for greater restrictions on agriculture. • Policies advocated by Schuman were in line with those being followed by the Eisenhower administration. Schuman said government pro-j non-prof it shares are being pre-j coming to SIU in September of' grams attempting to fix farm!pared for distribution. "Therej 1959. j being given the order to have meetings have been held throughout Illinois under the Penalty Illinois Advisory Council on the The dog control ordinance pro- Improvement, of thc Social an.'l vides as a penalty for violationKconomic St;itu* of Older Peo- ex ~ of any of its provisions a fine pic ' steeplejack of Brownlield. assisted. no , exceeding $ 2 0o'and makes information gathered from each day's violation a separate those loral areas is being chan- offense. neled to each of the commit; Up to this time, said Tueth. tecs assigned to subjects in thc i persons found with unlicensed report to thc While House. On idogs have been granted a week's September fith and 7th, a stase Uime to obtain a license. The 7- meeting in Springfield will ap- day grace period has been grant- prove the final report which ed because the ordinance is new and it appeared many might be ws to Washington Illinois has been allotted 100 tional training for that pe r son| or persons, and the sheltered workshop which will provide work and training of people in skills needed for industrial work 01 producing some product by! w( ?<?k that his "Marxism and the workshop itself. The shop j Charles Darwin" will appear in As will be able to produce goods,'the February issue of the "Jour-i brought into full effect, thc rule po'-iunities ot ihe fastest grow- unfamiliar with it. 3-Day Limit license enforcement official delegates to attend the U'hite House Conference in or- is der to assess the needs and op- according to contracts it may realize, and also will produce an individual who can run a machine so that the industry that hires him will not have to do this before he becomes a useful employe. A fund of at least $30,000 is i the faculty of Doane College and nal of Politics". iwill require a license be sccur- ing portion »t the population. The article is an expanded ver-|ed wthin three days of a notice, those who are over 65. sion of a paper Dr. Runkle read; Th e ordinance makes all dogs before the American Philosophical Jin the city subject to license, . , ^ T r i a | Ovpr Association meeting this spring-'*>•*.'«« i i IMI v^vri in Milwaukee. immunization against rabies -' a prerequisite for the issuance Milwaukee. | a yrerajuisue iui uie inauaiice ,-, 1 1 \1' ' Runkle, a Yale PH.D., w-as on of a license. Unlivensed dogs, t-Omraled \\eapons running the streets are subject! hoped for, said Stehlin. and j the University of Georgia before i to impoundment force the Belgian forces there, i disappeared from her yard last] prices and to control production iwill be only the intangible The spokesman said the govern-: night. She reported to police at I have failed, ment will continue doing this as : 7 a.m. today that her lawiunower; But John A. Baker, director of long as Belgian soldiers are need-'evidently had been stolen, ed to restore oi-der and to pro- Much of the hitting back re- immutable odds. Rockefeller's portedly will be done through the. crewmen moved in in force. They United Nations, where U.S. and rented most of the suites in one tect lives of Belgians. He asserted; all soldiers will be withdrawn as | soon as U.N. forces are available to handle the tasks now performed by Belgians. The crash scene is in the eastern Congo, scene of violence against whites early in the uprising of Negro soldiers of the i Congo army, insur-: Belgian military sources said Policeman Resigns At East Alton EAST ALTON — The resignation of patrolman Virgil Chandler from the police force, effective this week, was accepted by the village Board of Trustees Tuesday night. 'legislative services for the Na, tional Farmers Union, urged the Republicans to go on record for tighter production controls to (eliminate surpluses. He also i backed higher price supports than 1 favored by the administration and the Farm Bureau. The Republicans were urged to give top attention in their platform to the educational and em- ward of having helped an indi-1 STUDENTS BREAK AIX vidual become a useful part ol|BED PUSHING RECORDS the community for those whoj six students at Rhodes Uni-j purchase the stock certificates,"jverstty have broken the world he concluded. j record for bed pushing, Johannesburg reports. They recently pushed a bed containing a girl some 18 miles in just two hours land 42 minutes. DemoComiuiueewomen Meet at Abel Hall EDWARDSVILLE — The motion for a new trial of Gordon Foster, convicted of carrying concealed weapons last June 21. was taken under advisement by Circuit Judge Joseph J Ban today after a hearing M HAMBURG — A home-made 9:30 a.m. ice cream social will be given, Judge Barr indicated he will Friday at 6 p.m. at Hamburg I rule on the motion by Frldav Community Center by Hamburg j noon. Foster, a relative ot Youth Fellowship, MarlenejFrank "Buster" Worfman. east Ire Cream Social Friday at Hamburg Grover. president, has nounced. an- side gang boss, is under $2,500 bond on the charge. Alton unit of Madison County! Democratic Precinct Committee-! women Tuesdav noon at Abel Hall Soviet delegates have been spar- : hotel, took over most of one floor!the Congo. the soldiers were members of an airfield defense company. They had left Belgium Sunday night for ployment needs of the nation's : sponsored a luncheon for the countv committeewomen's organ- ring verbally this week over the, of another, and leased a theater Cuban situation. ; building. But Herter made it apparent on The public demonstrations for leaving the Newport meeting that not all of the return fire will originate in the U.N. He promptly accused the Soviet Union of waging "a very provoca- Rockefeller, largely carried on so far by teen-agers ringing cowbells, appeared as amateurish as those arranged for Stevenson in Los Angeles. The detachment, trained for the protection of airfields and similar j s t ' a j e '' p atr oi Chandler has been replaced j SW « 11I| « - v ° uth P°P ul " tio " by Oliver J. Reszler, 438 Court! Eli E ' Cohen - exe c"««ve secre-;j za tion. St., Wood River. Reszler, 25. |tary of tne National Committee Democratic office holders and is married and the father of' 011 the Employment of Youth, tes- candidates wore guests. They are: an 18-month-old child. He for-! tified that the nation's economic I L i oy d Harris, incumbent repre-' merly served two years on thel Krowth and its defenses xvi11 **- sentative in the General Assem- Tom Thrilt Says military installations, was dis- iconic increasingly dependent onj b i y: j am es Chapman, Madison; patched to the Congo to reinforce | hy the board was acce ptance! dtizens onl other action taken jits ability to utilize its younger County recorder of deeds; George Belgian military bases. tive type" of an anti-American! Behind all this lurked the re-1 campaign. Asked by newsmen to speculate on the motives for the Soviet attitude, he said: "We take mote possibility that Rockefeller! might be persuaded after all to ! take second place on a Nixon Automobiles Collide y^ —_ _ Last Braodwav lof an annual water department] 'audit by the C. J. Schlosser) J) oo . JJjj e Ineiflent Appniintiticr firm nnrl ttllnuranno J ^ Reported to Police firm and allowance] t of bills totaling $21,8150.66. this attitude seriously and regard picket. Collision between automobiles i of East Alton residents provided j UI1B mUlUUC" nviiwuiwv aiiu JCftdl v* -H...V ». .«J- . ft. rf . . it as one we should give serious Thc governor has said he won't t ° da .-'? /"'* traf , f ! c mmnH I 1 re " consideration to." in about as strong language as a Further evidence of the policy,man can use. But not all of his, of replying to Soviet charges came!supporters arc crossing off the 1 corded by the police. Conlee, precinct committeeman of Troy; Tony Vicari, Alton precinct commilteeman; Mrs. Kenneth Kelly, Alton precinct committeewoman. Mrs. Joseph Kraus of Collins- One dog-bite incident was re- ville was elected first vice chalr- i ported to thc police Tuesday. I lady of the county committeewom- John .1. Carver of 508 State St. • complained that his son, John late Tuesday when the State Department rejected a Soviet demand made only a few hours earlier that 20 armed Americans be withdrawn from the Congo. Lincoln White. State Department press ofliccr. termed tin possibility. Change of Mind Vehicles in the collision, ac- to a notation entered at a.m. were coaches driven . respectively by Vicki L. Cun- iningham of 415 Washington St. 0 ... . . . i . Some of hem say, or instance, and , ., h D h that Rockefeller might change hta iGrand Avenue Easf A , mind if there were a great, well-; ing convention demand for him presidential nominee. Both automobiles had made stops at the Broadway traffic mem yic»» uum-i. n-nm-u <"• .as me vice presidential nominee. ., ;. . .. _ .... • . . MO.COW demand a "desperate and Party loyally might plav a part Ils4hts at the Ovvens.Illmo.s plant almost frantic effort" to obstruct!,i M . n ' |entrance just before the m.shap. i Expected to Head Aevv Government ROMP: (AP>—Former Premier ! Louis Carver. I:', had been nipped en. Her election completes the election of June 21 which was at Edwardsville but did not involve Amintore Fanfani is expected to' 011 llu " '''Kht !CK when on Belle-jthe complete slate. Elected in the Everyday Independence Day When You Save At Germania Savings head the new Christian Demo-i vi '' w avenue, and that the boy | first instance were Mrs. Robert cratic government. ! would be taken lo a doctor for) Weeks of Chouteau, chairlady; Premier Fernando Tambroni re- i treatment of thc wound, signed Tuesday to make way for i The owner of the dog called po- strongcr government in the!lice about the same time Carver Mrs. Wesley Wright of Alton, sec-! ond vice chairlady; Miss Ruth| Reinhart, of Marine, secretary; { face of a Communist threat. He was in office less than four months. made bis report, and said the dog would be kept confined for ob- U.N. efforts to restore order in B ot h Hall and Herbert G. Klein, the riot-torn Congo. He said the Nixon's press secretary, said they' Americans were there to help the; an( j (he vice president are taking U.N. land troops from other coun- j Rockefeller's word for it that he tries as well as supplies for U.N.. won't accept second place "under The Sehultz car incurred some damage to a rear trunk Cunningham car to its bumper and grill. \ o Control (;j r | on I a() ' " ' units. any circumstances " As examples of the "provoca- R ep . Clarence Brown of Ohio, live." Soviet campaign since the an o |d T a ft nian, said he thinks breakup of tin- May summit con- the vice presidential contest now ference, Herter listc-d for news- |j t >s between U.N. Ambassador REDNAL, England <AP> — Rog- mc-n: the KH-i-iU Sc.vici downing ;H,. n ,-y Calxit Lodge Jr.. and Sen. t-r Cadbury was finod three ol the US UB17 plum, recent ; Tin iislon B. Morion of Kentucky, pounds oi't$8.40i Tuesday for hiaienicnts b> So\ it-t Preniii'i Ni- the party's national chairman. 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