Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 20, 1960 · Page 14
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 14

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Section 2 Pages 15*26 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SpOft Classified Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JULY 20,1960 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Illinois GOP Will Push Dirksen for V-P Choice Knito By 1HW E. CHAMBKRLAtK Telegraph Correspondent SPRINGFIELD, III.-The Illinois delegation "pudh" for U.S. Sen. Everett Dirksen for Republican vice president bus stalled to jell and further Impetus is expected this weekend a<- Ihc Chicago National Party Convention prepares to convene Monday. Gov. William G. Strat- li.m IKIK m.'idc Hear to Ihi- slate's 60-vole delegation he is serious in supporting Dirksen. Thr Illinois senator, who K his party's leader In the I'.S. Semite, already ha* the endorsr- menl of his stnte convention, which passed a resolution ree- nerup and some single voles (or New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller: ''. S. Massachusetts: Sen. tyxige of Cook County Slate's Atfy. Benjamin S. Adam mvuki: and Arizona I'.S. Sen. Barry Oo!d\vater. Rockefeller even dtc\v <«)«•• vofp for piesiilenl. 'It \\t\f ;\ sn.t lit Ihlirl choice vote and came liom ('hir-Mtio l)e|«'Kalf Krhviii T. Kolski who listed Nixon .<« his selection on the first tvvn ha Huts and R«n-kefellei us .1 Ihiid tialloi choice. Kolski llsi- efl Slratton. Dirksen mid Sliite Senate President Pio Ten) Ai- Ihtir -I. Hidwell. RHft Foiest. in thrit 01 dei loi doleful ion •haii-man. Answering n ijiiestion on ommending him as a favorite son candidate for the vice presidency at its .lime 18 session ilorm issues, the delegates fa- ;it DfM-Htuv. Slratton told a rr>- ! vorori "Peace" ;is the No. 1 cent pies.s conference here Dirk ninnk. followed In olhci sn'i- "en's li'iidership in Congress <le- jrcts deallnq with the farm ver\es i ec< it'n it ion problem, c-ivil rights, "hold 111" Selection ol ;i nev\ nation;') ''"<' "" inll.ition". ecunomv rc.inmittwmiin to suc.e-d re- !m\er taxes pruspi'Hly redu.-- tiring Morton II Hollingsuortii. tion of government spending .Joiiet. is expected to clear the and encouragement of piival" way tor concentrHting on the nnierp' !*'• "gel the govern-, Dirksen vici-presidentiul possi- menl out of business and cut hility. He is 73-year old .lames out subsidies " Keniper. Chicago insurance ex-! Elector* Chosen ecutive. Hollingsworth leaves Ptesidential electors of both the national committee to head major parties have been filed the Illinois I'nited Republican wilh Secretary of State Carpen-. Fund Drive. tier's election department at Gov, Stratton as chairman )l Spiingfield. Each named 1>7. the Illinois Delegation which one for each of the state's L'.> \\ill be seated in a first iw.- congressional districts and one middle aisle section at the con- for each of Illinois' two I'.S. \ention. is considered most Senate seals. They were «•• likely as the one to place Diik- lected by the two parly com en- sen in nomination although an'Hons. and. depending on who alternative could be Charles 1 wins, will cast the state's volt Percy. Chicago, chairman ol lor president. the convention's platform com- Republican electors include mittee. The convention will be John J. Hoban. Belleville, St. in the Chicago Stockyards In- Clair .County state's attorney. ternational Amphitheater. Democratic electors include: Delegation activities will gel Maurice F. Joseph. New Atn- under way Sunday when Go\ . ens. St. Clair County Demo- Stratton will be host to the en-' erratic- Chairman. tfj-e Illinois delegation, com prised of 50 district and ten at Kane Note* ' KANE Roy Cummings and ;son. Fred, of Champaign spent I (he weekend nt the homes of |Fred Mourey and Frank Cusn- mings. They were accompanied h< me by Mrs. Cummlngs and 'hildren «-iv> spent the past two weeks here. Mrs. H. F. Fiech entered Alton Memorial Hospital Sundnv for tests and possible sin-gory. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wi'lIN enterfainefl S;i1iiir1iiy ;i) dinne 11 tofitniririe Rdlph t.indet on his birthday, CJiiests were Mrs. l,ir>- <lcv. Mr and Mrs. VV H. Bates Hiid Mis. Iv;m Slmcklefoid. Miv and Mis. Lloyd Still and children Peoria. spent tlv \\eekend with flic Rev and Mill. L. Potter. i Mr. and Mrs. Karl \Vutvm ol i St. l>oiiis. Mrs. Dee Bmch ol i Alton. Mi and Mrs. Leo Our ol .Inlappa visited Sunday with 'Mr. and Mrs. George Mi'nev. Mr. and Mrs Norman Brocks and son. Louis, and Miss Mary Brooks were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert | B rooks of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Andrews ianfl son. Timothy, of Grrenlie'd were Sunday dinner guests 01 j Mr. and Mis. Harold Allen. ' Guy He(7.el of Old Kune was a dinner giiesl Sunday of Mi. and Mis. Karl Fritch. Mrs. Robert Walker relumed to Springfield Saturday after i spending the past week with hei- brother-in-law and sisfer Mr. ;and Mrs. I/>o O/bun. Mi. ;mr) Mrs. Robot' of .Jersey vfllr were t;iie--ts Saturday ol Mr is. He: s( hell ilnlitei . Hiintci supper and Bird Is Inspirit Ion lucre badly in need of a pastor. Baptist preacher who has built' "In more or less idle curiosi- H successful church on the cdgr.ty. I looked on a road map and ol the wild Everglades says a|there beside the name of the bird led him here. 'town was pictured an egret, a "An egret walked into my bird plentiful at Everglades. First Baptist Church in Andalu-i "I took it as a sign, resigned SJH. Ala., in the middle of my sermon." says the Rev. E. P. Strickland. as pastor of the Audalusia Church, loaded my wife and children in the car and came to "The bird, rare in that part j E ™'* Iade1s ''' r i tl'UU rttrtl *tr of Alabama, was shooed out but] With onl ya handful of parsh- l couldn't forget the fneident. i lone ;; s ' th « f 0 '"* ; v , as «°. ~ u f "A few days later 1 learned!«' irst that Srickland had to Ihrougb a friend that unshep-!™'* «« <*** » obs fo make ends : herded Bapfist in Sverglados mee1 Henry David Thoreau, the poet once said: "What Is called family of Belha'to. We Give and Redeem Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Camp- gen ius is the abundance Of lifej Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Owln in, bell and diiughtwr Enid. visiteci, or health." ! i! nd daughter. Uremia, ol Alton'Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray- ._ _ j '-pent Satin-day uith Mi>. Can niond Campbell ot Jerseyville. Uluti-hens. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Guilandcr, Guests ol Mrs. Ross C'rutcheH were guests Sunday of Mr. and u\er the weekend were .limtnie! Mrs. Paul Killebrew at Donell- •frotchett of Normal. Mt. and son. They were accompanied Mrs. Kenneth Crotchet! and.home by Mrs. Guilander and dauKhtcr. S;illy .Jo. of Spring!her mother. Mrs. John Kille- lield. aiul Riehnrd CHIT and j brew. F AGI F i STAMPS t' ZIKE PHARMACY , Dial CL 9-2263 Rosewood Hts.l New accounts jubilee ends July 31 ... Htm new te step by. Savings accounts 1 insured by FSLIC dear teller's window Free front door parking. . Savings accounts x^-5K W^&K. *<#> safe up to $10,000 ^v^&JgRfcgS^a .1C. Handy front jSp^ >c ^>^^>^ ••_ _i _ » _ j _ ^ DISCOVER HIGHEST DIVIDEND! 0 Drive Right \ ' n * '**•••.»••••*** / ..•••«.., .** %^ Plus FREE /""""N . ,. . iNuble UrailM CJUl) to ^\ e ^ a j CaiTollton CARROLLTON — Members of large delegates, and their wives • at an 11 a.m. breakfast at the Conrad Hilton Hotel and to which the working Illinois press the Past Noble Grand Club of covering the convention has the Rebekah Lodge will be en- been invited. tertained Friday evening at the Seek Solid Front for Nixon home of Mrs. Lavem Bell, with Following the breakfast the .'Mrs. John Voiles as assisting delegation will caucus to plan [hostess. Regular meeting of the the campaign to push Dirksen ! Rebekah Lodge will be Thurs- for the vice presidential nomi-iday evening at IOOF hall. nation. Stratton was named j Hospital Notes delegation chairman and Dirksen vice chairman at the initial meeting of the delegation in Chicago on July 6. The July 6 CARROLLTON - Nile Smith of : Greenfield was admitted to Boyd Memorial Hospital as a medical patient Monday. Admitted Tuesday for surgery were Miss Su- meetlng also saw Kemper named to succeed Hollings-zette Baldes and Miss HoUy Var- worth. j ble. both of Carrollton. Dismissed The caucus is expected to j Tuesday was David Pinkerton of take steps to tighten the dele- Carrollton. i GIFTS FOR SAVING! SAVE $100 OR MORE! RECEIVE TIPSY TIM" SET OF 6 GLASSES AND STAND A famous "Tipsy Tim" set of 6 glasses and copper and brass stand is yours free.wben you open a PREPAID SHARE ACCOUNT with $100 or'more. Practical and beautiful, "Tipsy Tim" and his six glasses can go from kitchen to patio or anywhere you need them. You can add to your account at any time in multiples of 50. Funds will earn a new rate of 5% per annum, first payable June 30, 1960. OR ANCHOR HOCKING FIRE KING COPPER-TINT OVENWARE A famous 12-piece Anchprglass Ovenware set is yours free when you open a PREPAID SHARE ACCOUNT with $100 or more. Prac'ticaJ and beautiful, ovenware is guaranteed two years against oven breakage. You can add to your account at any time in multiples of $50. Funds will earn at new rate of 5% per annum, first payable June 30, 196U. Savo $10 or Moro Roeoivo SWIVEL HEAD UTILITY LANTERN gation so it will present a solid front in support of Vice Presi dent Richard M. Nixon for the Parents of Daughter ! CARROLLTON - Mr. andi Mrs. Robert Hamer of Alton arej Open a new REGULAR MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS SHARE ACCOUNT with $10 or more. Your free gift will DC a handy lantern with strong beam and swing-up red flasher, a useful "Safety Companion" for auto or home. Add to savings in multiples of 50c or $1 each. Earn new 5% rate, first payable June 30, 1960. presidential nomination, and of | the parents of a daughter Susan I Dirksen for vice president although it is not contemplated any effort will be made to apply a unit rule. Stratton says he feels Illinois has "good chance" to put Dirksen over. The Illinois delegation also will hold a reception at the LaSalle Hotel Monday between two and five p.m. to welcome Elaine, bom Friday in the Al-j ton Memorial Hospital. This is] the first child of the couple and; she was born on the birthday oft her grandfather, Richard Bishop, of Alton formerly of this city. Mrs. Hamer is the former Patricia Bishop daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bishop of Alton and: the granddaughter of Mrs. Louis! delegates from other states as Bishop of this city, well as relatives of Illinois! Sister Die* delegates. Secretary of State' CARROLLTON — Mrs. Myrtle. Charles F. Carpenter, East Mo- Kurz, sister of Mrs. F. P. Nims,) line, will serve as honorary Till- died Monday afternoon in Frank-j nois vice chairman of the con- ford, Mo. Mrs. Kurz had beenj vention. ill for several months and Mrs. I Poll Favored Dirkoen Nims was in Frankford at the! A poll of Illinois district dele- j time of her death. Funeral serv-! gates before the Decatur con-:ices were held in Frankford! vention showed Stratton fa- Wednesday afternoon and Mr.] and Mrs. James Nims of this city i went to Frankford to attend thej funeral. i vored, in most answers to a questionnaire for the vice presidency, with Dirksen the run- CURRENT YEARLY RATE ON MONTHLY INSTALLMENTS and PREPAID SAVINGS CITIZENS SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 325 SMITH AVE. CL 4-3842 EAST ALTON Hours: 9 a.m. te 4:30 p.m. Friday Evenings Until 7 p.m Clostd Saturdays Payable /un« 30, I960 Star* Hours 9 a.m. to S p.m Friday 9 to 9 Qualify Stores Nationally Advertised Men's Clothing. Furnishings and Shoes ...A large selection from our Regular Stock... 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