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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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1968 ALTON EVENING PAUlfi s TOO MANY BILLS? If yflu are unable td pay youf payment*, debtt, &r bill* when due, arfanga payment* you can new affofd r«. gafdleu el h6w much er haw many you owe, ONE PLACE TO PAY NOT A LOAN COMPANY 8e«o» txiii ALTON BUDGET PLAN Hotidod and LieefiKut. 800 fUdGH PHONIC HO ft-20ll Proposes Switch Of Budgetary Chainnttmhip in. ftols Mouse Speaker John Lewis, it-Marshall, said Tuesday he plans, If re-elected, to propose that chairmanship of the Illinois budgetary Commission shall alternate behveeti the Senate and the House. flie chairman had always been a senator until this week when the commission voted to oust Sen. Everett ft. Peters, ft-St. Joseph, and Install the Republican House majority leader, ftep. W.J, Murphy, of Attlloch, In his place. Lewis denied Peters' charge that Republican House leaders had made a deal with Democratic leaders, Including Democratic Chicago 'Mayor Richard J. Daley, to teplacc Peters. • Lewl$ said he challenged Peters I5A8V AOSTA, Italy (#) — they're making it easy now to get to the top of 15,781-foot Mont Blanc, highest peak In the Alps. There Is a landing field for helicopters 1,300 feel from the top. From there guides lead tourists up rela- lively easy, snow dovered slopes to reach the summit In a two hour walk. to a debate so he could publicly answer Peters' charge thn» Jxnv- is had "sold his soul In order to become speaker." NOW OPEN 3 NIGHTS A WEEK-MON.-THURS.-FRI. 9 to 9 Velvet Whimsies Clip-Ons Reg. 2.08 ^ A groat selection of combed cotton blouseltes. Sun drenched solid colors or marvelous prints. They're nil sanforized. Free-action Style Charmode Briefs Reg. 2.08 • ff New deslRii gives leg freedom, panel controls tummy; Extra small to extra large. Big Ifix24-Inch Wall Mirrors .'•'•:' ' '••''• 51 Scars Price *• Window glass Is copper backed for Ions life. 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But, it added, prices are not likely to approach the five year high of 196263. The average price received by U.S. growers during tho past season was 47.7 cents a pound, 11 per cent more than the p-evious season. Old Nnmc, New Onme PARIS — Morgan & Cle, an old banking house has reopened an investment banking firm specializing in listing foreign shares on European exchanges. Clearance! THURSDAY • FRIDAY • SATURDAY SUMMER SHOES FLATS DRESS CANVAS THREE LOW PRICE GROUPS: 119 W. THIRD ST. DOWNTOWN ALTON Stevenson Sees Realization of His Early Goal' By JAMES MAItMW Associated Press News Analyst WASHINGTON UP) - Adlai Stevenson WHS just part of the American delegation which went 0 Moscow this week for the sign- US of tho limited nuclear test ban igreement. But this satisfaction must have boon special and ironic. The second lime ho ran for the >rosidency, in 195B, he proposed 1 nuclear test ban. He wasn't the first to do it. But as the cam- )aign neared its end this became he biggest issue. If didn't do him any good. That wasn't Ihn only irony in he story. The Soviets made the suggestion Before ho did, on Nov. 29, 1955, imposing that thr countries with nuclear weapons pledge to discontinue (heir testing. Nikita Khrushchev suggested it igain in February 1956. And on April 12 of that year Thomas E. Murray, a member of the Atomic Snergy Commission, suggested he United Stales slop testing H-bombs. Stevenson picked up Murray's idea and seconded it on April 21. That was before he got the nomi- HEilion. Campaign Issue All through the campaign. Slevenson hammered away al the idea, which seemed to develop in his mind as he went along. At first he seemed simply to sugges that this country slop the tesls unilaterally and ask the Soviet Union to do the same. In time he seemed to think mew Stevenson would be winning against him. He said this country needed to do research both on H-bombs and missiles to carry them and research without tests would be 'perfectly useless—a waste of money." The Eisenhower administration wanted some way to check, or nspect, to prevent cheating. Stevenson's point was that explosions would be known anyway. Hacked Ike Ex-president Truman backed Eisenhower. He said the Soviets couldn't be trusted to keep an agreement. But last week he approved the agreement just made with "Moscow. Ho said "we are duty bound to explore every opportunity to put an end to this armament race." Vice President Richard M. Nixon excoriated Stevenson for his proposal in the 1J56 campaign. He called it "catastrophic nonsense." He said it did not protect "Americans from nuclear bombing because it lacks the essential ingredient of inspection." But last week in Europe and again Tuesday night, on his return to New York, Nixon said he feels sure the Senate will approve the agreement just reached with the Soviet Union although it has no provision for inspection. And in the middle of the 1956 lampaign, Soviet Premier Bulgan- n wrote lo Eisenhower and, without saying so. supported Stevenson by suggestinp the big powers Ihere should be an agreement with Moscow before this country stopped, although he didn't quite say that. But he said the United States should take the lead in stop ping hydrogen bomb tests. And on Sept. 30, 1956, he said "I have proposed a moratorium" on the tests and "if the Russians don't go along ... we will know it ... because we can detect H- bomb explosions without inspection." Later he talked of "agreement" to end the tests. President Eisenhower wanted no part of the Stevenson-Murray proposition. He clamped down on '.hern fast, in April, before the campaign and even before he SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. 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Two years later—on Oct. 31, 1958—the Eisenhower administration announced exactly what Stevenson had proposed: a moratorium on testing. It said the United States would stop testing, leaving it up to Moscow without any agreement, to do likewise. Agreement The Soviet.- stopped testing, too. The two sides went on talking about disarmament and reaching an agreement on nuclear test bans. Nothing happened. President Kennedy took over. And on Aug. 30, 1961, the Soviet Union announced it was ending its voluntary test ban and would start testing. It did. So did this country. On Aug. 27, 1962, Kennedy proposed that, if the two sides couldn't agree on how to ban underground tests, the most difficult to detect, at least they should agree on banning tests in the atmosphere, outer space and under the sea. The Soviets wouldn't buy. Yet the very agreement they reached with this country July 25 is in effect what Kennedy proposed: a ban on tests in the atmosphere, outer space and under the sea. They could not agree on stopping underground tests. So they let that go- On July 31 Eisenhower wouldn't say he approves or doesn't approve the agreement. He said he preferred not to comment until military men and scientists had expressed their views. Baptist Bible School Opens At CaiTollton CARROLLTON — The opening day of the vacation Bible school at First Baptist Church was Monday. The pastor, the Rev. Darwin Rolens, is superintendent. The teachers are Mrs. L o r e n Dodson, Mrs. Dean Martin, Miss Sharon McCurley, Miss Deanna Wiles, Mrs. Donald Graner, Mrs. Darwin Rolens, Mrs. John Price, Mrs. James Tuey, Mrs. Ethel Kinser, Mrs. Elmer Williams, Mrs. Bob Price, Mrs. Joseph L. Cunningham, Mrs. Melvin Greer, Miss Diane Journey, Mrs. Florus Voiles Sr., Miss Carolyn Kelly and Miss Cathy Parker. Knturtulnti tit Breakfast CARROLLTON — Mrs. Lester Groves entertained at breakfast Tuesday evening at her h o m e south of Carrollton. Guests were Miss Mae Fenity and Mrs. Helen Ferguson of Kane, Mrs. L. E. Ra- pcr, Mrs. Lee Pohlman and Mrs, Harry Hoots of Carrollton. Eisenhower in France For Movie Filming CAEN, France (AP) — Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower is in France to shoot scenes for a television film on D-Duy, 10 yours ago last June. He stepped off u British destroyer ut Cherbourg and returned to Ciiun, headquarters o( the film muko's, tho Columbia Broadcasting System, Tho destroyer crossed the Kng. 11 sh Channel from Portsmouth, England, where Elsenhower scenes in ills P-Duy tei'K.

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