Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 27, 1960 · Page 25
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 27, 1960
Page 25
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PAGE TWENTY-SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, I960 Second Spot Is Question At Chicago CHICAGO .T Potential \ir-e presidential candidates and 'he pnrty plntfoi m \\ere to be di« eusspd today In lov\ a ddec'ites to the Republican National Con vent inn. Sen. R. H Hii kenlonpei del randidales apjiairnllv \\ould be is a runtime CHIC.V -O ,T MM hiean todav j cotitiiuted to nurse hopes tor! Rep. ' lei aid R K.nd .h as a ; \ M•'• presidential nominee i\<--\ To Address Optimists nt liei th -'cw ed up National Committee a sparkplug in the l"( lion -aid he relied on \ Ihr lan .lohn nnd adei and (be •d ope: a hoard mi old from Hotel sti H. Sob; >'c than 'JinI Optimists t- on "Optimism" ,ii •line o| iwo Ike Glues TV Viewer To Picture lt> ROD THOMAS M' MoUrTV Writer HOLLYWOOD lAPi — Notes ol Stamp!* Needed for a TV convention watcher— The H. iiuhlieaiis brought their No 1 star Tuesda> with President Kisenhower deal I businesses ha\e until, Aug. 1 to purchase special occii••• palinnal las stamps loi the Us cat yea i ending June .'50. 1961. .lay G. Philpott. district Direct or ol Internal Revenuf remind ed today. He said husine--e- in indi\ irl uals io which Ibis deadline ap- plie-- are Ihosp who maintain I for use or deal in or with i lo-e-iti aidi's ol Vice President Sebastian and hi- wile KI-ie Richard M. Nixon that no OIIP live on Leeslown Roail in l.e\-- had \ et been tapped for the Re- imjton. Kentucky. puhlii an \eep nomination Sebastian ua- elected vie" president in .Tune 1WO. He will ^\^ nnm ^^\^ twm ^'' :} tables, adulterated and process operated bowling alley; devi«-ns. before many «tate .delegations, dealing chiefly with the party's I960 platform. Stratton. apparently shying away from a public dispute over the affair, merely said Rockefeller had been invited to voice his views and the invitation had been accepted. However. Stratton associates interpreted the incident as an CHICAGO ,T> A tiff between expression of differences between the two governors. One source close to Stratton said the Illinois governor has not been friendly to Rockefeller Stratton, Rockefeller At Odds «v CHARM:* WHAM:X s (JON'. Strut ton and New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller appears to have developed , .... , , ,:fit i ho Republican National Con- billiard and pool . ( . '•ViO .V ller II. .ludd of Mimics ci eptable to he ;> '.T'tlint the man h 'in him on the ti< ki floi scmcnl of V'iee prc v ldenl Nixon |H!C Ti H ; kei v |r d M. m the \\ Ihe Republican \ iei liidav a\\ ailed \\ 01 d pi ohalilf pi esidonl lal Richard M. Nixon. Slv'iild Nixon decide nl open conte-t loi the iimner- up spot loninln at Ihr COP Na- liotial Com ention .ludd'- sup- pmlers seemed determined to mount an amjrpssiv for Ihe fil-\ ear-old ki'vnotei 1 . I Hop. SJ-IAP on Ihe international bonr-.l ila for ol direc'toi-s until ,tiinp 19fi1. and -idcni will supri \ isc thp Optimist In tertialinna! Ccnti al mince includes I he --lales •puiori which Tcxa- Kentucky. Ol; Missouri. Nebraska. Arkansas. PennsyK a ilia and New York. A member ol the I.exinulon eluh since HM1. SrliHsliiin was club secretary, in 1!i."iO and new (invention' 0 '"' 1 buildiniz chairman in 19.Vi. In addition lo his professional Should Nixon name his choice. , I however, the Judd forces said would not oppose him. duties hobbies and Optimist work. Sebastian is a member CHICAGO .V Wisconsin's 30 votes will not be needed fo-i night lo nominalf Richard M. Nivon at Ihe Republican party's! enndidnte tor pi-esident. P.ut delegation chairman Harvey Hisley of Mai'iiiptlp says "We'll || o | ( . Lot ,, r Trouble ( ed eiuhl years in the Kenlueliy lie proud to cast them jusi the GRKKLKY. Colo - Four- Genera) Assembly, same.' year-old ,1aek Channel crawled Sebastian is a yiaduate of The \ ice president is expected'in),, |,j s father's truck, stuck :i Him lins,' Green Iniversih. and to eain (lie nominating lolal of jinu'er j n | o an oiid-nate hnle. The has been associated with tlv fifili lone, before Wisconsin is fjimer lodged in the hole lie insurance lield tor more ie,-ichnd in the initial roll (all Butter used as lubricant lailed than :!5 years. Of states I,, release the boy's finger. lie will lie introduced to the There is coiiceni in the \\is- Oreeley firemen needed an hour Optimists assembled by tlr? eonsin eamp. however, over:to free the boy with a hack- Governor of District Eight ofi Nixon's possible selection of U.I saw. .lack had only one thing to Optimist International. Gil Lor- N. Ambassador Henry Cabot]Sav: "Thanks." enz. speech that set Hie partisan po 1 hoiliiiL; I'nlil the President look sl!ii>f center. Ihcrc \\as little Ni keep the limn' \MA\CI Allied to lllc .set. It had been an inlcre.slin.t; hut not particularly vita! show. The net- uorks did what lhe\ could to stir excitement over the civil rights plank of tin 1 platform, the liheral- eoiisciA alive positions and the \ ice president ial choice. Mill, as with the Democratic meet, the inevitability of the pres- butter ol filled or renovated cheese. Philpoll said i castration lor these businesses, and Ihe purchase of Ihe neressarv stamps can lie marie al hi- oil ice al Sprint:! icld. It came to the surface from a seemingly innocent occasion Rockefeller's failure to appear Tuesday before Illinois delegates a mcetina arranged to hear what he had lo say. The Illinois croup .waited tor an hour until it was announced Rockefeller wouldn't keep the A Rockefeller aide said the .lohn Tyler. Millard Fillmorc. Andrew .lohnson. Chester Ar- Iliur. Theodore Roosevp.ll, Cal- New Yorker canceled his sched- \ in Coolidtte and Harry Truman ulc.d appearance to avoid any a'l became presidents of (he misunderstanding oxer whelher I'niled States because ol the he had asked to address the clel- 'ieath ol a president. elation or had been invited by Slratton. Rockefeller has been speaking idcnfial nomination rohhec) 111 convention of its drama and mayj rh . r |, QUSC , Bryant reported. He I,, tlie .reason for mediocre TVi s;iir | lhp f irempn wi || givr . K , U|a , ralinu-. Americans love a |2oodj ( | om(inst| , ||io|ls |jf |irp fjghllng Velerans' Da\ formerly fiL;IH. hut respond coolly to po- methods. known as Armistice Day.' litical rites. I'niled N a t i o n s Ambassador llenr.x Cabot Lod^e yot the all- linn lies! exposure of any vice presidential possibility His casti uation of Ihe Soviets in the Se- for a long time. This source said their differences havt. Kjrow-n because "Rockefeller is known to favor a policy of strong federal control while Stratton believes more in state control." Slratton told newsmen he is sticking by his decision to plaoe Sen. Kverett M. Dirksen in nomination for vice president. "1 am for certain going lo do II," Stratton stated. Gov. Harold Handley ol Indiana, who was interviewed with Stralton. said he too would like lo see a Midwesterner named as the vice presidential candidate. 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