Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 10
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June 27, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1963 Edward P. Long Heads iS Other officers elected include John Klblo. vice president: Hill Keller, seerctarv; \Villinm H;:rt- mnnn. treasurer and Harold I.eon- . . . ,-irrl. Bern B. Harris. William /I.S.S'Wr///ff)/rPolilman. John (letken Jr. and Al Schmidt, rlirectoT-s. Tin SpauldiiiL' Club operates Hie Alton Kniuhts of Columbus building;. Want thin.us? Watch Die Wnnt Ads Tvh\ard P. l.on;: was electer' ptTM'iiiit of (he Sprinkling c;nl Assn. of the Alton Knights of Co liimbus Wednesday. Explorers Sponsor I Bake Sale Saturday I Cherry Street Rnptist Church's; Kxploror Scout 'I'roop .11 \\ i 11 ( sponsor a hake sale at the Kast ; Gate Shopping Center in East Al-j ton Saturday. i The sale, startini: at P a.m. will he at Grant's department store! and lunch will be served. ; /^oil V^UIl PAUL'S GIGANTIC SHOE TREMENDOUS BARGAINS IN MEN'S, WOMEN'S, CHILDREN'S SHOES Buy Now SALE STARTS FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 9 A,M, BRANDS AIR STEP BUSTER BROWN LIFESTRIDE PEDWIN ROBLEE ROBIN HOOD SMART AIRE TYPES MEN'S, WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S, INFANTS MISSES' GROWING GIRLS' BOYS' and YOUTHS' STYLES HEELS-FLATS STRAPS - DRESS CASUALS - WEDGIES TIES - OXFORDS NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW PAUL'S SHOES 121 W. THIRD ALTON, ILL Studying CD Program By KDMOND LEBRKTON WASHINGTON (AP^ — When Rep. Charles K. Chamberlain was "almost knocked out of my office" two years ago by the blast of a nearby siren, he was moved lo ask a question. Today he is a little closer to the answer, but he still doesn't have it. The question that occurred to the Michigan Republican, he said, was whether anybody in his office or anywhere around the Capitol knew what be, his fellow members and the_ other Capitol inhabitants were supposed to do if a real attack occurred. After a quick and negative check among his own employes, Chamberlain wrote on May 17, 1961, to the then director of civil defense. He got in reply five pamphlets and the information that a copy of his letter had been sent to J. George Stewart, architect of the Capitol with additional duties as its civil defense coordinator. Chamberlain was told Stewart would soon be in touch with him. He told the story Wednesday with Stewart in the witness chair of an armed services subcommittee on which Chamberlain serves. It is looking into the civil defense program nationwide. Stewart said he couldn't remember ever getting a copy of the letter. A survey of the Capitol and its accessory buildings, Stewart said, disclosed existing shelter space for 35,617 persons with necessary supplies—or some 183,000 if the need for supplies were ignored. But he said he did not feel he had authority to sign agreements with civil defense authorities for marking and stocking the tunnels, basements and other spaces without the permission of the speaker of the House and the Senate Rules Committee. Speaker John W. McCormack, remarked the Capitol should set an example, but the matter was still pending with the Senate committee. ON BIRTH CONTROL PHILADELPHIA (I*) — A Ro- jman Catholic gynecologist, Dr. John Rock, writes in the Saturday Evening Post that modern Catholic scholars recognize that the birth-control controversy is more over methods than objectives. He said that what is needed is development of "an increased variety of techniques suitable for use among people of many different social levels, cultural patterns and religious beliefs." 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