Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 1, 1963 · Page 6
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August 1, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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ALTO& EVENING TELEGRAPH Rvbertson Enters Rm& For Governor CHICAGO (AP) - Mayes Rob- eftsoii, chairman bf the Cook County Republican Central Coin- fiiUtee and a declared Goldwater DISCOUNT! Men's AM Canvas f .69 Oxfbj-d* .... » * ^Children's 1.69 $f .00 .... * tics lies' canvas Pumps 1.99 Children's •Sandals .. $1.00 SHOE STORKS 804 - 08 JE. Broadway Stfppottef, has announced his candidacy for the GOP nomination for governor. Robertson, 68, who made the announcement at a GOP golf outing Wednesday, immediately be- gari campaigning. He criticized what he called the "arrogance and political menace of the Daley machine." Robertson referred to the state's top Democratic power, Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago. In linking his campaign to the Goldwater - tor-President movement, Robertson said: "I .believe that Barry Goldwater can be elected President in 1964—if he is not sidetracked at the convention. 1 believe a truly conservative Republican candidate for governor will be elected himself and help Goldwater carry this important state." Robertson is n tall, trim man who lives in suburban Flossmoor. He lost the GOP nomination for governor in the 1960 primary to Gov. William G. Stratton by TOO MANY BILLS?: If you are unable to pay your payments, debts, or bills n when due, arrange payments you can now afford re- • gardless of how much or how many you owe. p NOT A LOAN COMPANY £ ONE PLACE TO PAY See or Call ALTON BUDGET PLAN Bonded and Licensed. J* 309 RIDGE PHONE HO 5-2911 5 • ••••••• ••••••••••••••••••••••••• w 154,625 votes. Robertson's rivals will include Charles H. Percy, 43, president of Bell & ttowell Co., a camera and optical firm, who already has an- noxmced for governor, and Illinois' secretary of state, Charles F. Carpentier, 66, expected to announce Sunday. Another candidate is Lar (America First )Daly, perennial candidate, who, though unlikely to get the nomination, may draw enough votes to influence the primary election. Percy, chairman of the 1960 GOP platform committee, said in Decatur Wednesday, that he was not surprised at Robertson's declaration and that it would not affect his plans. Percy has not. linked himself with any candidate but has said he would support Goldwater if the Arizona senator is nominated. Percy has been called a "liberal" of the Nelson A. Rockefeller typo but terms himself a moderate. Carpentier, ns secretary of state, is considered one of the most potent Republican leaders in Illinois. Robertson said he will resign as county chairman before filing a nominating petition for the April 1964 primary. Father of Kane Woman Succumbs KANE — Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Clendenen left today for Boston, Mass., due to the death of Mrs. 4 Jersey Children Eligible for Cmtleat JERSEVV1LLE — County Clerk Linda J. Crotchett in checking birth records in Jersey County has learned that at least four children from here arc eligible to enter the contest sponsored by the daytime television program "Concentration." This program Is celebrating its fifth TV anniversary on Aug. 23 and any child who will be 5-years-old on that date is eligi ble for prizes from this program Jersey County children who, cording to the records, qualify compete are: Timothy Lynn ban. son of Mr. and Mrs. Eug< C. Orban, Woodburn, III; Shelia Louise Keeney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Koeney, Grafton: Larry David Bowman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Bowman; and Jean Suzanne Me- Nabb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McNnbb, Mai-din. Transferred to Memorial JERSEYV1LLE — Charles Glossop of Jerseyville, Who has been a patient in the Jersey Community Hospital, has been transferred to the Memorial Hospital in Alton for further observance and treatment. HuiTicane Continue B.V i-*Ki3D s. WASHINGTON (AP)-U.S. enlists may' find out in- the three months whether matt lope to tame hurricanes. Experiments two years ago sag- tested to foavy and Weather fcu- feau e.vperss that seeding clouds 1th sllvef Iodide crystals Could ihen the tiestruetlve winds. From now until Nov. 1 We scientists will attempt to duplicate the 1961 experiments conducted while Hurricane Esther was rag- 'If the results of the experiment duplicate those oi 1961,"! the next Navy said, "ah important step can will have been taken in the battle to ameliorate the destructive firry of hurrlcaftes." the ties* ftefl, the Navy said, will be to tetk ways of magnifying the scalfe bf the experiment and thus the- junction of winds. ' The experiment Is called Storm- fury and got its start seven years ago after catastrophic hUitlcattes struck the U.S. feast Coast, Eleven airplanes will be Used in this year's operation, seven supplied by the Navy a«d tout by the Weather Bureau, ' Silver iodide crystals ate simi- ar in stttfttilre (6 i When silver iodide is ejected into clouds, moisture gathers on the crystals and freeies. In the process, energy Is pleased in the form of Intent heat/' •In the Ifldl test, Visual ahd rrt- dar observations Indicated that a relatively small "chimney" tienr the eye serves as the primary energy source; of a hufrlcahe. Trtie'se discoveries suggested that a balance of forces In the storm might be altered by seeding in this small area, ho larger than Atjqtjgri, miles, ^fttfd, to Ice dbttverfiioflV^ wtttef lnfSl i"'4 ' The pwnw .. duced dr8r?mtic changes in , velocity, UftdbuBh they la'lted n brief IWfc. 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