Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 13, 1963 · Page 23
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 23

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 13, 1963
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THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1963 ' • ' ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-1 nit "IE Seeks Governor Nomination Carpentier Working Hard for It SPRINGFIELD, 111. (Special)— If work and organization are thi Women to Run Stand At June 23 Air Show WOOD RIVER — A lunrh stand, iplcfrd at a Wednesday meeting 'with all proceed? for the benefit:of the Club at the home of Mrs. ROXANA, ILL. Thum.-Fri.-Sat. Continuous from 7 p.m. Sunflay Continuous from 1 p.m. No Parking Problems Ph. OL 4-6618 or CL 4-1271 TONITE.FRI..SAT.-SUN. Bette Davis—Joan Crawford Victor Buono "Whatever Happened To Baby Jane" 8:44 Duan Martin, Lima Turner Eddie Albert "Who Got the Action?" Color—7106 SELECTED SHOUTS OPEN 0:45—STARTS 7:05 / /// \ m,\ r,i\ i nni Hurry! Tonite Last Times Funnier Than Ever! BOB HOPE t*i TECHNICOLOR Marilyn Maxwell, Jim Biicus Shown 7:15 9:15 STARTS FRIDAY! MACABRE MASTERPIECE AMERICAN WTCNNATIONM. mmil» VINCENTPRICE PETER LOR RE BomsKARLOFF _ "TAKE tHf. BEAK FROM OUT MY HEART . . V ; AND TAKE THY FORM FROM OFF MY 'DOOff?.': QUOTH THE RAvfe$' ' 'NEVERMOREr 1 ^ POE Shown 7:30 0:80 NKXT TUESDAY—STARTS Kiddies' summer fun shows Mat. 1:30—Many Surprises OPEN FRIDAY B:15 FRIDAY • SAT. • SUN. "vAlfred Hitchcock's THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH Alfred Mitchcpch's 'THE TROUBLE OMMD 6WU1II- JOHN FOftSHHl- "Man" 8:55 "Harry" 7:15 'IGNITE • FBI. • SAT. THE R/WE PLUS: "Battle of the World" determining factors in achieving the Republican gubernatorial nomination in 1964, Illinois Sec- •etary of State Charles F. Carpentier is the most, determined candidate in the field. At present, he most certainly is a candidate. The only formality to be observed is his official announcement. That comes Aug. 4 in his hometown of East Moline n Rock Island County. For the announcement, there will be busloads of friends and supporters from all over the state, auto caravans from distant points and Chicago arrivals are expeet- Toiilftht lit 8:40 p.m. James Stewart In "THE NAKED SPUR" Tonight at 7:22 p.m. Walt Disney's 'LADY AND THE TRAMP' FRI., SAT., SUN. No iMiilincc Saturday Sunday Fri. & Silt, at 0:25 p.m. John Lupton and Mary Adams in "CLOWN AND THE KID" Fri. & Sat. at 7:12 p.m. ed by train. As yet, he has not, and will not, mention any details for this event Instead, he refers questions to a committee of hometown friends who are arranging this background for the formal kick-off of his campaign. But the announcement does not, and has not, concerned him as much as a careful examination of such things as: 1. The popular appeal of Gov. Otto Korner, who has already an nounced he will be a candidate for a second Democratic candidate for a second Democratic nomination for a second term: 2 The possibility of other Republican candidates in the race for the gubernatorial nomination, who they are and when (or if) they will announce; and 3. How to handle opposition to his intention of seeking the nomination, both within his own party in the primary and from Democrats in a general election. As regards to Governor Kerner the secretary has examined carefully and over a period of months, the results of an analysis made of the governor's popularity in almost all areas of the state. And political advisers anc admirers believe those results encouraged him to become a candidate. The Secretary, those close to him say, thinks at the moment Charles Percy, president of Bell & Howell Co., is the most publicized other potential gubernatorial candidate but he acknowledges there may be several others who are waiting for a more strategic time to announce. Letter Pledges Support As far as Percy is concerned, Carpentier has a copy of a letter ,vhich Hayes Robertson, Flossmoor, chairman of the Cook '$ PLAYLAND OPEN DAILY - 10:00 A.M. if Family Picnicking •£ Swimming ^t Evenmg Dancing and Moonlight Row Boating 1 mile north of Bethalto city limits on Albers Lane. 2 miles east of Drag Strip on Gulp Lane. BEL*A8RfBH CAPRI MID lAMiRICAl IDRIVE-INS1 OLD SI.LDUIS RD. Cl <.;iM TONITE Thru TUES. * * TONITE Thru TUES. "BEST ACTOR" GLENN FORD HOPE I.ANGE CHARLES BOYER To 1 kill a Mockingbird GREGORY PECK TtCHNICOLOn IfUlO IH»U PLUS! PLUS! SOPHIA LOREN ANTHONY PERKINS FIVE MILES TO lHlMIO IHIU UNHID Airiltl MIDNIGHT Rock Hudion Lauren Btcill Robert Slick Dorothy Milone • OPKN 7:0(1 — STARTS DUSK. I (hr purrhase of grass send, land- i scaping, playground equipment, and other equipment. Mrs. De- lAtley is a member of the Park | Board of Directors, and Mrs. Elmer Gillis is serving on the Golf Course Development Co. board. Jan prime minister, to London re- Mrs. Gillis will serve as co-1 turner! to Sydney today nfter an County Republican Central Com-j be some indication of Percy's i of Belk Memorial Park recrea-; Glenn DeAllcy, who is serving as i chairman. Chairmen of the oth-i anonymous telephone ea'ler said er committees are: Mrs. L. L.!there was a bomb on board. !Baker, food; Mrs. Joseph Tra-; A search produced no bomb. Australian Jetliner Halted by Bomb Hoax SYDNEY, Australia (API —A Quantas Boeing 707 .jetliner inking Sir Robert Menxies, the Australi- mittee, sent to Tom Loflus, (intentions next week when he is [lion area, will be sponsored hyicht'irman of general Springfield correspondent for thej expected to visit s P rin g field again.jthe Former President's Club ofjnirnls. : ROUTE 140, COLLEGE AVE. • ALTON, ILLINOIS -. liOX ()!•! ICE OlMiNS AT 7:00 NOW THRU TUE, "It could be the most terrifying motion picture I have ever made!" -ALFRED HITCHCOCK ODlAYLOR -JESSICA TANDY- SUZANNE PLESHETTE ' HEDRB I'UJS 2ND A JOURNEY INTO UNSPEAKABLE " evil..' A Uniuuil Releiti OWL SHOW Fill. \' SAT. AlIDIIC Ml Hi I'll V IX "Ride a Crooked Trail" COLGIl CAKTOONS FKEE PI.AV(iK()lJNU — (JHILDHICN ADAlI'lTfiU FKIOE Moline Dispatch. In that letter, Robertson said if the primary developed into a race between Percy and Carpentier, Robertson would support Carpentier. However, there is a possibility that Robertson himself may seek the nomination in which case, such a statement would not apply. Nevertheless, it is pertinent to remember that in 1960, before the primary campaign, Robertson twice asked Carpentier to oppose the then governor William G. Stratton, in the primary. After Carpentier reportedly refused, Robertson himself entered t h e primary and made a substantially strong showing. As far as handling any opposition in his own party, Carpenlier has already told any and all possible candidates that he intends to go after the governor's nomination and that if they want to run too, that's all right with him. However, he adds, they will have to fight him all the way to the end of the primary campaign in April of next year to win. He practically told them when he crosses that bridge with his Aug. 4 announcement there will be no turning back. As far as the extent and kind of opposition he would got from Democrats in the 1964 general election, he prefers to point to his study of the popularity o[ Governor Kerner and then says he will not tip his hand any more than that, adding "To do so now," he said, "would be like starting to shoot before the enemy is even in sight. I'm saving all comment in this area until after the primary." That much concerns the work factor he has applied so far. Regarding the organization which Carpentier has developed for his candidacy, it can be said part of it is composed of employes in the Secretary of State's office, part of it is from Republican Party membership and part from volunteers who believe he can go all he way. He hesitates to outlie in depth, his valuation of his own organization except to say that it is smaller now than he intends it to be after Sept. 1, this year. That too, he points out, is because he does not intend to brag himself into any strategic error. Many Alliances In other areas, the secretary las many powerful political alliances with GOP senators and rep resentatives, bany of whom he las helped financially in past campaigns. Many of them are now ready to reciprocate, some, with money for his campaign, some by offers to go vote-getting in his behalf and some by combinations of both. He also is said to have had some firm offers of 'inancial support from Republicans in different areas of the slate, both for his primary and general election campaigns. So far, Percy is an almost unknown quantity. He told newsmen last month in Springfield, he was carefully surveying his chances of getting the nomination but was not yet ready to make any announcement. However, he does have downstate support and one of his most vocal friends is Harry G. Taylor, Decatur, Macon County Republican chairman and chairman of the Illinois County Republican Chairman Association. Moreover, Percy has many friends in the United Republican Fund organization. Currently reports are circulating that he has already had many offers of financial support for a campaign. Percy, however, will not make any announcement until he has traveled in what he considers important vote-getting area of. the state. By the end of June, he indicated, he hopes to have completed his survey. Percy's announcement, if he decides to make it, may not come until after he reports to the stockholder of Bell & Howell Co. in his annual statement. If he seeks a leave of absence then, it will be because he will make the campaign. If not, he has also indicated, it will mean he does not want to get into the gubernatorial primary. There may is a ' SO the ^ ate fjune 'he Woman's Club, at the June The club has been an active bp.nd. decorations; Mrs. Kenneth when the Republican state policy 123 Air Show at Civic Memorial | sponsor of projects for the bene-iHull and Mrs. Harry Stover, man committee is also scheduled to|Airport. meet again in the capital city. ! Plans for the project were rom-1 contributing sums of' money for [phone; Mrs. Edward Gerner. Mrs. Lynn Husted, finance. and the airliner took off again. ; fit of the park the past five years, | power; Mrs. Omar Lyon, tele- j equipment and properties; and Permit No. 2 Open Daily 9 to 9 p.m. We're quitting business forever giving you an opportunity to buy apparel for your family at sacrifice prices. You'll save many dollars on Summer, Fall, Winter and Spring styles by |> )buying now. Choose merchandise now for birthdays, anniversaries, and other gift occasions:? f^: including Christmas. %: j|; Come in and browse around. You'll be pleasantly surprised at the hundreds of bargains ^besides those listed here. Many items are well below cost. Your cash will go farther and you ill also may buy with Shoppers Charge. m men, Reduced to (Others $2.99, $8.99, $4.99) MONTICELLO PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Men's TIES 1C to 29 Women's HATS 1C to 149 SAVE AS MUCH AS Stor? Hundreds and Hundreds of Bargains Hii NEW BLANKETS 89' Reduced for Tremendous Savings—As low as (7 Groups, $1.80 to $8.99) RUGS AND BATH SETS As Low As (4 Groups 79c to $2.99) 1C First Quality Merchandise Many Nationally- Known Brands. Everything Goes. Here are some real values Men's Shoes GROUPS 4.29-9.99 As Low As (Others $2.99) Thermal Underwear For Men, 4 Uppers-Lowers I Each Garment * II ^^J Buy a supply at *»*«V TriMnpfulniiK Sii.vii GIRLS' ANKLETS 1C Sport Caps For Men Six Groups to ' Tremendous Savings! As Low As (8 Groups 29c to 490) LADIES'ANKLETS .•A Choose from these Bargains fjjj As Low As •£•• (3 Groups 39c to 59c) 1C Work Hankies Dress Hankies Big Size Reduced to For Men In Boxes to • ••••••••••••••••••••••••••' •CLIP THIS OOHEL HARUND D. SANDERS' "BOHUS BUCK O O I IS Pieces Chicken, Pint Gravy. 6 Rolls | COIONEI SANDERS ' | Redeemable On\y FRIDAY, JUNE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 15 One bucket par custom*r, and only an* "Bonus Buck" oct«pt«d on eoeh bucko), Offer limited to date* hereon and may be withdrawn without ii notice. II Not Good On Sunday ^6L -* ^. (Void If altered in any way) REG. $3.50 BUCKET ONLY S2.50 WITH THIS COUPON CUP THIS COUPON AND BRING IT TO ORIGINAL PANCAKE HOUSE 3030 GODFREY RD. PHONE 466-0201 Open Dully til II P.M.—Fri. & Sut. (II 'i AM | 7800 CLAYTON RD., ST. LOUIS ^••••••••••••••••••••••••••CLIP THIS COUPONl¥IHIlHlllllpllHi»iBiiMMifr, LADIES' PANTIES •;•'" A Gootl Selection at Sale Prices •':•: As Low As j^-t-si (2 Groups 39c and B9c) 1C iWKptftt ;ijX»v.'>:.;i 1Srav>: : £ V%xM Dress Belts For Men Six Groups to IS! il *•• Sweat Shirts For Men 3 Groups 1.29 • 2.29 W ••»V* t v'^TV V t^f^ii 3 GROUPS BED SPREADS Men's Robes i 3 GROUPS Seven price groups all reduced to cost or below. As low as (6 Groups $2.99 to $8.49) Men's Pajamas... 1.99 to $2.99 r BED SHEETS For single only. Big values as low as (Another Group $2.49) if *-«•• m MANY LEATHER! 5 GROUPS Boys' Shoes . 3 GROUPS BoysVAnkleU . . FOB BOYS; 4~GliolJPS " Mittens-Gloves.... 59c m ALL SIZES YARD GOODS W&fr Including Dimity, gandy, Pellon and Broadcloth, Or- many others. iC Ladies' Dresses... 99c ifjt WINTER OR SUMMER, (i GROUPS' ;*K Per yard as low as (Seven Other Groups, 49c to 2.49 yd.) Boys' Pajamas . . 99c to $19.99 FOR BOYS. 3 GROUPS ill Sweat Shirts mm, *?; ; x>r>>:» •$?::$5 m ^V»l«, .•V.Vr'WISilJ ki^Mi&ill! ,..>•?:& I-M; «&to:& BOYS'BELTS Entire Stock of Fancy Belts Reduced to 1C Boy's UNIFORMS I 79 Pants Shirts Reduced to Boy's SHIRTS Dri'ss, Sport and Flannel 4 Groups To $1.69 FOR LADIES 3 Sale Groups To $1.99 FELT HATS FOR BOYS Wide Selection Reduced to $139 T ° 59c HOUSE SLIPPERS

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