Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 29, 1960 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 29, 1960
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Section 2 Pnges 11-18 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Comic Sport Established January 15, 1836 ALTON, ILL., FRIDAY. JULY 29, 1960. 5c Per Copy Member of The Associated Prww FIFTH ANNVAL DAY CAMP SPONSORED BY THE MADtSOK COUHTY EASTER SEAL SOCIETY Wheti ln 19M a lane d o u b 1 e-deck suspension ! bridge over the Narrows in New York Bay will be the longest in ithe world. The bridgfc will be 4,- 1 1 320 feet long. I With an Indian drum, Instructor uses amplified sound speech and language training for' child with hearing deficiency at Monticello College, Godfrey. An older group works with oil paints. The child operating the board with buzzer, light socket and doorlock Is trying for proficiency in finger development. Second of Series Checkers Speech Proved Turning Point to Nixon By SAUL PETT i friend, suddenly grown cold and CHICAGO (AP) — It was an j suspicious, who was about to turn extraordinary night in the history i his back on him. of politics and the performing! \'o Personal I'w arts. ; Nixon said he had never made It was Sept. 23, 1952 and, from personal use of the fund, that it a televisiort studio in Los Angeles,; had been used only to cover politi- the Republican candidate for vice expenses, that no contributor president of the United States was, I had ever received special consid- it seemed, baring his soul and oration from him as senator, emptying his pockets. He described in painful detail "I am going at this time to give his career, his finances, his fam- this television and radio audience ily situation, the mortgages. The a complete financial history; 'houses they bought. The borrowed everything I've earned; everything money. His daughters' little eock- I've spent; everything I owe." er spaniel, Checkers, which he At the moment, Richard Mil-,would never give up, no matter house Nixon, only two years a what. senator and six years a politician, ] And as the camera dsvelled on hung by his thumbs from a rope i his wife, he said: about to snap. ' i "Well, that's about it. That's Would Richard Nixon be able to '< what \vc have and that's what we explain the $18,000 "Nixon fund";owe. It isn't very much but Pat contributed by California support-!and I have the satisfaction that ers? Would Richard Nixon, aged j every dime that we've got is non- 39, who had come up high andiestly ours. I should say this—that fast, now be dropped into political i Pat doesn't have a mink coat. But darkness or would he be able to;she does have a respectable Re- climb back to safety; would Rich-(publican cloth coat. And I always aid Nixon, candidate of the party I tett her thai she'd look good in set to "clean up the mess in! anything." Washington," resignorbe dumped The telegrams poured in by the off the ticket by Dwight D. Ei-; thousands. A change of heart came senhower? ; over Republican leaders and news- Nixon stared earnestly at the:papers which had demanded his camera as though it were an old'scalp. Dwight D. Eisenhower was The Day Camp extends two weeks. It features a concentrated program for physically- and speech- handicapped children, to help them with problems of coordination and expression. Thirty-five children are enrolled in the current session. They come from 10 communities of the area. i/o-sponsor with the Easter Seal Society is the Alton Junior Service League. Volunteer groups assisting with transportation and at camp are: Alton Jaycee Auxiliary, Wood River Junior Women's Club, and the Granite City Junior League.—Staff Photos. Mil Domti md Cotttt BwA0H OjMAJ^MM ^•^^••t^^B •wry wniray ifiwrnin^ I?BE?E? Prescription rllUL Delivery ZIKE PHARMACY nial CL9-J208. Rosewood Hte. VACATION NOTICE Paragon Gleaners i Shirt Laundry 301 MeCmtanrf md WtttMrt VMtgs) •AST ALTON Closed Aug. hi through Aug. 7A Vacation lot Employes. Re-Open Monday, August 8. SttfU PREFABRICATED PLYWOOD FEME \ convinced. Richard Nixon remained on the ticket. i i I-WIIng lnt«tiw The "Checkers speech" \vasj more than just a passing crisis ini FIDELITY - Church services the life of Richard Nixon. It prob-|Sunday. July 30. at the Fidelity Fidelity Church Schedule Announced ably helps to explain why even today the feeling that surrounds him is high, intense and sharply divided. He is a man who has ibeen involved in many highly emo- Baptist Church will be 9:30 a.m., Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. sermon by the pastor, the Rev. W. M, Greer; 7 p.m. Baptist Youth Fellowship; 8 p.m. sermon by the tional moments recorded on thej pastor . x^e monthly fellowship national cardiograph. birthday supper ~will be Friday There were the campaigns of j at 7 p.m. in the church basement. 1952 and 1954. ! • _, —r7~T~;I !T7' The Netherlands produces six ' Richard Nixon, the "man who! ;had trapped Alger Hiss," j swinging wide and hard. billion flower bulbs annually, wa "i using only 21,000 acres for their 'growth. i He repeatedly charged the Dem-; _ iocrats with being "soft on com-)a special impact munism." He said Secretary of From the standpoint of his ! Slate Dean Acheson suffered from morale, 1934 was "the worst of "color blindness-a form of pink'Nixon's first 12 years in politics/eye toward the Communist threat i wrote Earl Mazo, who apparently in the United States." was given more time with the vice He called Adlai Stevenson "Ad-[President than any other biogra- lai the appeaser - who got aiPher. Nixon even talked about re- Ph.D. from Dean Acheson's col-j tiring from public life. ! lege of cowardly Communist con- j It had been a rough year, politi- i tainment." j cally and personally. The Republi- In 1954, he said Harry Truman,jeans lost seats in Congress. And ! Stevenson and Acheson were j there had been incidents. i "traitors to the high principles in 1 in his home town, Whittier, Alton DeMolay Foster 4-H club Installs Officers, M«™1»«* Fair . FOSTERBURG — The Foster-1 4-H Club vis- jited the fair Tuesday, the day' Franklin Masonic Temple will;!! 1 ** ^^ setu aside to hon ° 1 ' 4 ' H be the scene this Saturday night. Uubs at Hl g hlan °July 30, for an open DeMolay in-i Tner e are 22 members in the stallation of officers and an in-[local group and they took 30 ex- vestiture of the Chevalier Degree! hibits. Dolores Cathorall received at 8 p.m. 'the grand championship in flow- Friends and parents of DeMo-! er dis P'ay. lays are cordially invited to at-! Harold Paul, leader for the tend. ! past 11 years, Harold Cathorall, Robert A. Simpson, a semori john Ceppenatti and Leslie Caul- student at Alton High School.' Wns drave trucks to take the ex- will be installed as Master Coun- \ hibits. Icilor. He is the only son of Mr.; Picnic at Park land Mrs. AJvin Simpson, 32401 FOSTERBURG — A group of Theresa Street, Alton. Twenty-;24 friends and relatives had a jlwo other officers will also be,picnic at Marquette Park Tues[seated. They will be escorted by|day. Present were Mrs. Lorrell officers and choir members ofjKennett and sons from Stan ton, Alton Assembly No. 8, Order ofiKy., Mr. and Mrs. John Terry the Rainbow for Girls. ;and family of Bethalto, Mr. and Soloist for the occasion will be! Mre - AlOliva and family of Wood senior DeMolay Donald J. Deen-: River ' Mrs - Duane Copeland and | by of Washington University,! daughter of Godfrey, and Mr. and iSt. Louis. Roger E. Cooke, re-' Mrs - T" 0 ™ 35 Harris and family 'tiring Chapter organist, will be; of Fosterburg. ^^ musician. ; \f.c?ictr*nt r*\*antnt* Ariiricnt- and to the commencement ad^ I Nixon projfctgthaf he had said ionly that they- were traitors to itheir parry not their country. But jit was 1934 and the nation was still shaken by a divisive tremor called "McCarthyism" and the word "traitor" in any context had created for those (it turned out to j be two) students who preferred not to shake Nixon's- hand. . . . - . •• .. . . , . of the Chapter: Harold H. Darnsibaum, J. E. "Uncle Ed" Jute- dress several seniors protested. A and rtmma j Fearno following! m eyer, rteiring Chapter Advisor, separate receiving line naa to De :tbe installation. will seat the group. A team of four Masonic Advis-j A reception will be served fol- ors will also be informally install-lowing the services by ed that evening. They are: Chap-] of the DeMolay Mothers' Auxili- ter Advisor, Robert V. Denby; jary. 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BUILDING SUPPLY Plenty of Parking CITIZENS SAVINGS <S LOAN ASSOCIATION OF EAST ALTON YOUR INVESTMENT INSURED UP TO 510,000 BALANCE SHEET - JUNE 30,1960 ASSETS Fir«t Mortgage Loans $5,934,836.90 Loans on Savings Accounts 73,278.72 Other Loans '." 499.35 Properties Sold on Contract 19,474.66 Real Estate Owned and in Foreclosure 33,211.01 Federal Home Loan Bank Stock 110,000.00 U. S. Treasury Notes 100,593.75 Cash on Hand and in Banks 376,851.12 Office Building and Equipment Less Depreciation 72,743.33 Deferred Charges and Other Assets 6,340.18 $6,727,829.02 LIABILITIES Shareholders' Account* 16,117,706.10 Advances from Home Loan Bank and Others 150,000.00 Escrow Advances for Taxes and Insurance 40,520.24 Loans in Process 5,241.99 Other Liabilities 3,572.90 Deferred Credits 4,172.84 Reserves and Undivided Profits 406,614.95 $6,727,829.02 AUDITOR'S CERTIFICATE We have examined the Balance Sheet of the Citiiens Savings and Loan Association of East Alton, Illinois, as of June 30, I960, and the Related Statement of Income and Undivided Profit for the Fiscal Year then ended. Our examination was made in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards, •nd accordingly included such testi of the accounting records and such other auditing procedures as we considered necessary in the circumstances. In our opinion, the accompanying balance sheet and statement of Income and Expense present fairly the financial position of the Citizens Savings and Loan Association of East Alton, Illinois, at June 30, I960, and the results of its operations for the fiscal year then ended, in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles, applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 0, J, liklimr i employ Certified Pittite Start oHUiioJ* Half an Hour And Well Worth It! Regular TURF BUILDER feedings pay handsome dividends. Your lawn looks better-and stands up better to punishment from wear and weather. Takes just half an hour to give grass the protein-building diet it needs. Fill the accurate Scotts Spreader, set the dial and take a walk. Steady- feeding TURF BUILDER needs no watering-in! More and more folks ore coming (o us /or advice'"on improving their i lawns through on easyto-Mlow Scoffs Program. Come in anytime. 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