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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 5

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MONDAY, JUNE 10,1963 ALTON EVENING,TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Rotary International Opens 54th Convention in St. Louis The 54th annual convention of Rotary International opened Sunday night at St. Louis Kiel Auditorium with welcoming speeches by the president of Rotary International and the convention chairman and a two-hour musical narrative entitled "Meet Me in St. Louis in 1963." More than .10,000 delegates and their families from some 60 countries saw 120 Explorer Scouts from Greater St. Louis in a colorful presentation of the flags of countries in which Rotnry clubs exist. The convention chairman, Richard L. Evans, of Salt Lake City, Utah, welcomed the Rotarians and their families and introduced Nit- ish C. Laharry, of Calcutta, India, president of Rotary Interna- tional. In his welcoming address, Laharry said, "This is one of the ways whereby mankind can get closer together as a family — as the family of man — thus recognizing our essential oneness with all other human beings in the world." The musical narrative, starring opera star Helen Traubel and The Buffalo Bills of "Music Man" fame, was set in old and new St. Louis and depicted'the birth and growth of the city from the first missionaries and traders through the riverboHt era and the World's Fair of 1904. The finale represented 'a look forward into the St. Louis ol tomorrow. As . members of the St. Louis Civic Ballet danced onstage, slides THANKS To the Thousands of Persons Who GOP Likely to See Favorite Son Push Says Racial Violence Near in North By JACK BELL Wisconsin. These states and Min- WASHINGTON (AP>— A gro\v- nesota wil | cast a combined total! Vri0t , ,-r,, -ru u i in? favorite <;nn mm-Ptnpnf an ' NEW YORK (API—Thp board ing favor te son moxement dp- io! 3; - 4 vo , e!5 jn a convemion where L f tmt!t p es of thr \' at joml pears likely to force aspirants for; |01 mistpes OI lnr national the 1964 GOP presidential nomin-! tlle winmn * I10 » linee w » need a ation to scramble for convention! 111 ' 11 ' 1111 " 11 of support in next year's primaries. While Uie prospect of such hold' League says a "tinderhox of racial unrest" among Negroes in Northeni cities is "on the verge! . Minnesota Republicans are thei ou ' s cuts tx)th ways. Rockefeller'siof taking flame." Religious Statues Filtched From Lnivn EDWARDSVILLE — Religious statues valued at approximately $200 were reported missing from the lawn at the home of Jay Reynolds. 505 Quince Street, police said. Reynolds reported the theft of the religious ornaments at the police station Sunday. The statues weighed about 100 pounds, police said. The group urges that a massive itos, hundreds of thousands of be- latest to come up with the idea of! potential convention vote strength withholding their vote from New 1 '" 'he eight states is regarded as program—similar in scale to the'Negro citizens, struggling York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller,; Sweater than Goldwa'ei 's. I Marshall Plan to aid foreign na-lneath the mounting burden of Sen. Barry Goldwater. R-Ari7... The thinking is that both Rocke-jijons—be started in the United jautomation, overcrowding and and other leading possibilities l(> ' lel ' allcl Goldwater are beinglsttitrs to close the economic, so- j subtle discrimination, are reach- while (hey assess developments at ; t' llsllecl into a position where theyl c j a i anc i educational gaps be-1 ing the breaking point. the nominating convention. will have to demonstrate voter ap-|( W een Negroes and others in the "Those are the unemployed, the They are talking of backing; P eal in Hie presidential primaries| coun t rv 'ill-housed, the disillusioned. It is Attended Our Big GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE! Last Weekend. The Response Was Most Gratifying. DISCUSS AFGHANISTAN UNIVERSITY KABUL, Afghanistan — Dr. Harold W. S«c, right, former vice president of SITJ, discusses operations at Kabul, Afghanistan, University with two members of the university's board of plan- ning. Dr. See has been in Afghanistan for the past two years as a representative of the U. S. State Department. (AP photo) former Rep. Walter R. Judd. the: if 1960 party keynoter, in what mi-! I ' expert to bid strongly lor nomination. tional committeenian George El-' C.oldwater. who says he isn't a zell described as more than just: l ' aliclidatc - llas laid down tlle l ' ule a favorite son candidacy. Judd! llml llp vvon '' e ivp consent to the was defeated in last year's elec-l C ' n11 '. v of nis name '" primaries, tion. i where that is required. The practical effect of a Juddi Rockefeller, expected to be an candidacy would be to rope off Minnesota's 26 votes in the early convention balloting and encour- annouticcd candidate by fall, can be counted upon to enter selected primaries. "A radical new approach" to, they who are seething with the the problem was urged Sunday | Ifva of deprivation and denial, by the leaders of the league, an lout of which violence and blood- interracial group dedicated (o im-jshed can erupt at any moment proving race relations and bet-! unless swift and realistic effort is Says Curbs on Drug Testing Are Improved Permit: No. 2 NOTE: Our alteration department is swamped. We ask your indulgence in waiting for our tailor to catch up. We Have Thousands and Thousands of Dollars Worth of Men's, Women's, Children's Apparel and Shoes REDUCED AS MUCH AS 1A TH 1 OPEN DAILY 9 TO 9! BUY FOR GIFTS, ANNIVERSARIES EVEN SCHOOL and A CHRISTMAS! PAY CASH or SHOPPER'S CHARGE —IN— MONTICELLO PLAZA Shopping Center testing of drugs to prevent tragedies like the Thalidomide babies of last year, the commissioner of the Federal Food and Drug Ad-; ministration said. j "A drug promoter must prove j that adequate preclinical tests j MEMPHIS (AP)-Tightcr eon-| llHW been made on animals and! tols have been placed on human, in the test tube," George P. Lar-1 ol'fToi^r Strains;Ead7Bridge;! Hc ' k told graduates of the Univcr- j ,,,,,, , ,'Sily of Tennessee medical units; ;i paddle-wheeled nvorboat. and \ u..' nr |, ., ; other t'nrcls of St. Louis's his- 1 "Relatively loose controls ww', "i ,"" ~ ; l\llrUIM.I» IUU.SI 1.0111.1 Olh «'- 'l-|| O d a y | IP ex ,j ec | s | 0 lory were projected onto a giant j exercised over drugs Jor testing j Tuc , sday a sc | f . help dairy Plans to Seek Milk Legislation WASHINGTON (AP) — Rep. Melvin R. Laird. R-Wis., said age a stalemate from which some nominee other than Rockefeller orj Friendship Circle Goldwater might emerge. Friends' ' of Michigan's Gov. George Rom-i Meeting Canceled ney think he might benefit by; r ! by such a circumstance. The Main Street Methodist ' : Romney may be a favorite son Church's H'rieniiship Circle meet- land similar movements are pos-iing for Wednesday afternoon has| tering the lot of Negroes and other minorities. The board outlined a program that would include the elimination of Negro ghettos, provision of better schools and teachers for Negroes, assurance to qualified Negroes of all types of employment and job advancement, 'inrl guarantees of "first-class cilizcn- ^hip." The league's statement said: "In these teeming North ghet- exerted to prevent it." Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don i be einbamMwl by loose f»l»e teeth .llp^lii*. dropping or wobbling when you eat. talk or laugh. Jvut •prluKla * little FASTEST!! on your platra This plcaunt powder gUei » remarkable senM of added comfort •nd security by holding plate* mor* Bruily No gumniv. gooey. p»ity taat« or feeling It's alkaline (non-acid). O.t FABTEETH at »ny drug count*. 1 sible in California. Colorado. Kenj lucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania and been canceled. Mrs. Harry Nicke' said today. screen behind them. Many in the audience from lands spread around I li e globe and were attired in dress ranging from the flowing sari of India to the fax of the Middle East. The first plenary session of the convention began. ion man" before the Thalidomide were i incidents, Larrick said. "Tluis, billi J & A Springman HAS A COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER some promoters . . . could and did stimulate so-called research 'that was neither well conceived nor controlled." Now drug firms must prove to government scientists that animal and laboratory tests show a new drug is dependable. Larrick said. then "secure competent investigators to test the product" and aimed at stabilizing production of milk to curtail surplus output. Milk production each year for the past few years, Laird said, has been setting new records and keeping the market from absorbing fill Ihe fluid milk, butter, cheese and other products produced. Under his bill, a nationwide referendum would be held to see if PARIS sold their polyethylene making methods to a French firm. PRESCRIPTIONS AT • CAREFULLY PREPARED • SENSIBLY PRICED • DELIVERED FREE Alton's Most Modern Pharmacy 2510 State St, — North Alton — Dial HO 5-5313 FREE PARKING NEXT TO STORE "develop and adequate plan of .in-i dail '- v fal ' mors wanted the P r °- vestigation." i gram. ~^r~r. T~P.T-.-~ :— ! If approved, each dairy farmer National Distillers has ,, , • , _-,_.-„._.,_.._ .. would be given a base representing the average of his milk- production during the preceding three years. He would receive price supports of $3.50 to $4.25 a hundred pounds for this production, or 75 to 90 per cent of parity. Laird said production in excess of the base would not be supported and Ihe farmer would have to take whatever price the: market would bring for the excess. The administration is supporting a bill providing for a voluntary reduction of milk production. Under (his. any dairy farmer who reduced output by 10 per cent or more would be paid a direct subsidy. Laird said he is opposed to the administration bill because it would give the secretary of agriculture authority lo set the support rate at between 65 and 90) per cent of parity instead of the present range of 75 lo 90 pel ccnl. SINGAPORE—RoyaI^ir~Force survival training schools in Malaya arc to be opened to Ameri can flyers learning jungle lore. NO PHONE ORDERS FEDDERS DITION SAVE NOW! ON WORLD'S LARGEST SELLING AIR CONDITIONER NOW YOU CAN BUY A 1 H.P. 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