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June 24, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

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PAGE TWENTY ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH MONDAY, JUNE 24,1963 Party Chairmen Discuss Campaign EDITOR'S NOTK — KVPII nou \vlth the smoke- of bnltlr montli: mvay, Rrpubllwin nnd party lenders nre (loping out thci campaigns for the I!W>4 presl rtcnllnl rlcctton. Jirst what do limy think <he Issues will bo? Democratic Nnfional Chairman John M. Bailey nnd Republican National Chairman William E. Miller gave their views in an exclusive Interview. By JACK BEl.L and ERNEST B. VAPCARO WASHINGTON (AP) — Already the rival political strategists ;;re staking out the battlefield for the IDfr! presidential campaign nnd zeroing in on what they expect to be the big targets. What do they figure Hie issues will be a year hence? Foreign policy "preempts every issue," Republican National Chairman William E. Miller declares. "The chief issue is going to be how well did President Kennedy run the affairs of this country." says Miller's opposite number, Democratic National Chairman John M. Bailey. In a joint interview, both parly leaders agreed that civil rights legislation should be considered by Congress on a bipartisan basis. Reservations Miller, however, did express reservations about the chief provision of the President's civil rights package, a proposal for enforcement of desegregation of private firms serving the public. Here are some of the other questions and the party leaders' answers in the interview: Q. What do the Republicans propose doing about Cuba? Miller: I can think of many things which might be done. Perhaps at this stage of the game we should refuse to allow ports o entry to any ship carryini; material to Cuba. I think we ought to eliminate all foreign aid to any South American country or any Latin American country doing business will Castro. We might well consider recognizing a govrrnment-in-e.x- ilr. We might consider restraining he use of the Panama Canal to ships carrying cargo to Cuba. Q. Let us have an observation from Chairman Bailey on that. Railey: The Republicans have a iad habit of succumbing to reek- ess partisanship in the area of 'orcign policy when they are out of power. A good many of them iave done just that in the case of Cuba. In my opinion, a big ma- ority of the American people \now that the President has given hem the facts about Cuba, and hey are pleased the way he han- llcd the crisis last fall. I do not hink that Cuba should be a politi- al issue in '64 and I do not think it will be. Civil Kights Q. Mr. Bailey, what impact do you expect the current turmoil over civil rights to have on I he 'G4 presidential campaign and the congressional elections? Bailey: Obviously, civil rights /ill have some impact on the 1964 campaign. However, I believe the President is trying to work out with the Republican leadership a bipartisan approach to this social change that this country's going through, and I think it's a little too early to say exactly what effect this is going to have in 'fi-4. Q. Chairman Miller, do you think the Republicans will furnish bipartisan cooperation behind civil rights legislation or that it could be removed from the campaign? Jones Beach Beer Blast Broken Vp JONES BEACH. N.Y. (API — Polirr broke up a frro-for-all ii i bench parking lot Sunday anr muled off 10 bathing-suit-clar young men on disorderly conduci rharpcs. "Too much beer, too much sun ind too much youth," was one park policeman's description o he disturbance involving aboul 00 youths fighting with fists anc ipor cans. A lew black eyes and bloody loses wore the only injuries. The arrested youths, all white vere jailed in Mineola to await today. ,nl>or Shortage Eases BONN—West Germany's long tanding labor shortage is report- d to be easing somewhat of late Miller: I think it ought to be a CORNS-CALLUSES LIFT RIGHT OFF IN 30 MINUTES Say "goodbye" to laming corns and painful calluses that make you limp around in torture. New easy, safe painless liquid discovery called HALF- HOUR CORNMASTER as directed removes most stubborn corns and calluses in 30 minutes ... sometimes quicker! Just dab on ... let set... lift off. Those soft corns between tho toes, the ones that really hurt... works equally well on these too. Bottle containing enough liquid to get rid o1 25 corns and calluses only 984 at druggists. Look for red and blue counter display. Be delighted in 30 minutes or return tor purchase price refund. Don't let corns and calluses make life miserable. Now ... today .. . get HALF-HOUR CORNMASTER dpartisan issue. I think it's a mor- 1 issue. I don't think it's a politi- al issue. But it's a little diffi- ult to keep out of the political ren a. Q. Do you think there might be ome way in which Sen. Dirksen light compromise this issue? Miller: I do, I do, I do, I do, do. Q. What's your view on this, flr. Bailey? Bailey: As chairman of the 'emocratic National Committee, don't want to get into any artisan debate on this at this me. Remarriage Q. Chairman Miller, has Governor Rockefeller's remarriage damaged his parly standing to such an extent that you believe the contest for the Republican presidential nomination is now wide open? Miller: I think the fight for the nomination was always wide open. However, I must say that at this stage of the game, his remarriage has hurt him. Q. Former President Truman said the other day that the Democrats can win without the South. Are you ready to write off the South in 1964? Bailey: Absolutely not. There is no intenlion by anybody to write off the South. We carried North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Arkansas and Texas last time. I feel quite positive that when the election comes in 1964 President Kennedy will do as well if not better in the South than in 1960. FIRST OF THE WEEK VALUES .* * * NATIONA1 FOOD STORES 604 DELMAR, NORTH ALTON 337 E. FERGUSON, WOOD RIVER EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER ALL FLAVORS Reg. Pkg. WITH COUPON BELOW PEVELY ICE CREAM "69 Fine for Your Barbecue! Fresh, Lean, All Center Cut ... PORK STEAKS LEAN AND TENDER CUBED PORK CUTLETS 59 Breakfast Special! Fresh, Country-Style BULK PORK SAUSAGE 35* DAWN DEW" FRESH PRODUCE! WHITE Seedless Grapes - 35 C SWEK'f AND JUICY, CALIFORNIA ORANGES . . 49c All rluvors JELL-O VINE-RIP*; HON'EY DEW MELONS . . 59c With This Coupon and a $1.50 Purchase or More Excluding rresh Milk Pro- r\ ducts. Kcdeen\uble ut your ncurby Zl National rood Store. Offer expires ( Wednesday, June 2«th. Limit 2 with V this coupon, Prices Good Thruogh Wednesday. June 26th T PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY o EASTGATE PLAZA EAST ALTON, ACROSS FROM LEWIS AND tLARK MOTOR LODGE AND RESTAURANT OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. , >^v &£ ^X tK5%^*;s!$®c*S^^ ^5d ;V^*.NI» •*S W Ji *& ..-.•'f^, l/~2 J / *& .•^ f. ~sy"'^N h >v, **\ k N§i •®b \«*\ •?< ^ 43 I«53W V.-.*.'** SPECIAL! ANY NEW SUMMER plaids or prints top jamaicas... COTTON DOES A DOUBLE PLAY! DARK IfM* NOW-INTO-FALL BETTER DRESSES FOR JUNIORS, MISSES AND HALF SIZES. Count on Penney's to offer you this kind of fashion at this low, low price! Dark, crisp, cool cotton prints, shaped for the casual, the work-day life that starts about now—leads you deep into autumn. Spot the shirtwaist look throughout. Sense the easy-care abilities of cottons, so smooth, so silken you'll want to wear them forever. Junior 7 to 15, misses 12 to 20, half- sizes My* to 24% in the big, big collection, Similar to illustration! for Sensational sets at a sensational price! Our buyers have picked quality cotton poplin and woven yarn- dyed plaids 'n prints . . . picked the rounded, split gentry, 'n un - collared styles for favor . . . picked medium tones as well as ^pastels! And look at the results! Superbly- made sets with great dash, tagged with just the thriftiest price in town! Sizes 10 to 18. SUMMER SPECIAL STRAW HANDBAGS FLIRT OF A SKIRT . . . WITH DIVIDED INTERESTS! 4 98 The Culotte, curtailed to new shortness, in carefree Dacron polyester 'n cotton; Zip fly; button trim! Black, brown, blue, loden, or zingy cranberry. Sizes 8 to 16, COTTON SUNSUITS FOR L'lL TOTS 66c WE'VE A NEW "SHORT" STORY FOR L'lL GIRLS each 59c each Denim Blue, White Duck CULOTTES 33 Girls' cotton sunsuits, pink, blue, mint, maize, red. Boys' cottons in tan, blue, red, green. Sizes 1 to 4. Plastic lined 1.00 And our low price adds a happy ending! Band front and elastic back for trim fit ... Cotton for easy care. Assorted. 3 to 6. OUR EASY-CARE BLOUSES ARE GREAT "DIS-ARMERS" for Classic summer blouses bare arms to the sun... Lead an easy life in Arnel triacetate 'n cotton broadcloth! Convertible spread or Bermuda collars! Pink, white, blue, beige, maize. 32 to 38. CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR EAST ALTON PENNBY'S Shop 1O a.m. to 9 p.m. MONDAY through SATURDAY EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER ^ Intersection of U.S. Highway 67 and Niagara Avenue i i

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