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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1963 §t&te Roundup GOP Candidates Sprout By DON E. CHAMBERLAIN (Telegraph Correspondent) SPRINGFIELD, 111 .(Special) Contest for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor is slated for enlivening this weekend. State Sen. John Graham, Barrington, will announce for the nomination Sunday at the Hanover Township picnic, Elgin. Senator Graham will be the fourth state senator to announce an intention to seek state office in 1964. The other three are Sens. Robert Canfield, Rockford, who is running for Republican attorney general; John Meyer, Danville, for Republican Secretary of State; and Gordon Kerr, Brookport, for Republican state auditor of public accounts. This makes a state senator a candidate for every Park District board director, who GOP nomination for state officers Mid to have the endorsement except for that of Governor. iof leaders of all six counties in his There arc four candidates f Pr :J8lh congressional dlRfrirt. the gubernatorial nomination. 1 Wood, a farmer-banker, is said They are Secretary of State,to have benefited from a re- Charles F. Carpentier. East Mo- i ported recent decision by George line, serving a third four-year'R. Perrine, Aurora, former Illi- term in his present office; Charles j nois Commerce Commission, Percy, Kenilworth, wealthy Indus-1 chairman, to decline an offer of trialisl; Hayes Robertson, Floss-i support for the lieutenant gov- moor, Cook county Republican j ernor nomination because of the chairman and a millionaire maun- candidacy of Wood, an old facturer; and Lar Daly, Chicago. Two Opponents Graham appears sure of two opponents for lieutenant governor. They are former House Speaker Warren L. Wood, Plainfield, serving his 14th term as a state representative; and John A. Altorfer, Peoria attorney, and a Peoria friend. Graham, a retail merchant, is completing his fifth year in the Senate. Senator Canfielci. former Winnebago County state's attorney and completing a full second Senate term, was among the first to announce for state office. Senator Kerr, midway in his second full term as a state senator, has two possible opponents for the auditor nomination, Waldo Ackerman of Springfield, who prosecuted Orville Hodge, and former Auditor Elbert Smith of Decatur. Meyer for Secretary Senator Meyer is slated to take on Congressman Klmer ,T. Hoffman, Wheaton. for Republican secretary of state. He plans his formal announcement for the night of Sept. 24 at the National Guard armory in Danville. Hoffman, twice a former state treasurer and executive director of the Illinois Sheriff's Association, announced his candidacy Aug. 29 at the ninth annual DuPage County Republican Day at West Chicago. Others whose names are mentioned for GOP state office nominations include State Rep. Ralph Smith, Alton attorney and House majority whip in the recent General Assembly session, and William D. Stiehl, Belleville, both for attorney general; and Mau- rice Coburn, Chicago attorney and an administrative assistant I to former Gov. William G. Strat- iton. for lieutenant governor, auditor or attorney general. Thus far four Democratic incumbents are unopposed for state office renominatlon. They are Gov. Otto Kerner, Lt. Gov. Samuel Shapiro, Auditor Michael J. Howlrtt and Atty Gen. William G. Clnrk. Democrats mentioned for the GOP-held secretary of state office nomination include Cook County Clerk (a former secretary) Edward J. Barrett, Insurance Director Richard G. Hershey, Taylorville, and former House Speaker Paul Powell, Vienna. CONSISTENT PLAYER SYDNEY, Australia IP— Mrs. Pearl Raymond has put 2 million Australian pounds (the equivalent of $4.5 million) into poker machines in the past eight years. She plays them eight hour.* a day five days a week. She tests them for the makers. State Nearly Half Done on Interstate CHICAGO (Special) — Illinois will soon have more than 700 of its 1,588 allotment of Interstate highway mileage open to traffic, Francis S. Lorenz, director of the State Department of Public Works and Buildings, announced today. In an address before tlie Chicago Metropolitan Chapter of the American Public Works Assn., Lorenz today said that highway engineers are studying means of speeding up completion of the Southwest Expressway which is part of the Interstate system. "The quicker we can get the Southwest Expressway completed and open to traffic the more lives we can expect to save," Lorenz said. "Records show that express- ways are many times safer than conventional city streets ard highways. Not only do they save lives by providing safet- travel but they also save time and money for the motorists using them." The Southwest route now under construction extends from Chicago's lake front area to a connection with U.S. 66 near Hinsdale. The entire route from the lake front to East St. Louis will carry the Interstate 55 shield when completed. Lorenz announced that an additional 13 miles of Interstate 80 from Ladd to Princeton will be opened to traffic on Sept. 30. This will give motorists in the Chicago area a 70-mile stretch of Interstate expressway from a junction with Interstate 55 west of Jollet to Princeton to travel on. Interstate 80 extends from San Francisco to New York. It enters Illinois in the Rock Island and Moline area and exits at a point near Hammond, Ind. Construction between Rock Island-Moline to Annawan has been completed and a 20-mile section between Annawan and Prince'on will bo completed next year. Construction of a high level bridge over the Des Plaines River at Joliet on Interstate 80 is now under way. Lorenz said the state expects to complete construction of the Springfield Bypass on Interstate 55 this fall. About six miles of the 15-mile $22 million project have been opened to traffic. An additional six-mile section of Interstate 70 between AHamont and St. Elmo has been opened to traffic. In the East St. Louis area on the same route the expressway has been opened to the Veterans Bridge crossing the Mississippi River this summef. In Southern Illinois additional mileage on Interstate 57, which extends from Cairo to Chicago, is expected to be opened this fall in the West Frankfort area. On Interstate 74, which extends from Danville to Rock Islant-Mo- jline by way of Champaign-Uf- bana, Bloomington, Peoria and Galesbtirg, a small section cf the highway in Peoria is scheduled to be opened to traffic late in the year. Meanwhile, the state has more than 100 additional miles on the Various Interstate routes under construction and in varying stages of completion, Lorenz jsaid. YOLK COLOR MATTERS MANHATTAN, Kan. #-Does the color of the yolk make any difference to egg buyers? Dr. Quenttn Banks, Kansas State University marketing economist, reports that a sample survey in St. Louis, showed 45 per cent of the customers preferred eggs with orange yolks over those that are lemon color. The remaining 55 per cent were evenly divided between dark and light- color yolks. Banks said the study suggested egg sales could be boosted if cartons were labeled to show what color yolks the eggs had. 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