Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 25, 1972 · Page 8
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August 25, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

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A-8 Alton Evening Telegraph Friday, August 25, 1972 Shipley charged with violation of franking Miami feels it has had enough of Saturday political conventions f or awhile tine nf snnnnrtore nf -I McGovern .supporters Dr. Lonjg request^ DANVIL1.K. 111. (AP)-Rol)- mt L a in kin. Republican congressional candidate from the 22nd nistrict. filed suit today in U.S. District Court, a c c u s i n g his Pcmocratic o )i p o n o n t , Hop. (icorge Shipley, of abusing the franking privilege for p e r- sonal and political business. Lamkin, a Watson dairy- farmer, asked the court to prevent further alleged abuses by Shipley and to order the incumbent to reimburse the government for postage on personal mail. Shipley denied the charges. "I know the law pertaining to the use of the frank inside and out and I have done nothing illegal. I know I am within the law," Shipley said. He added that his mailings have been reviewed and upheld by the House Kthics Committee. Lamkin said the alleged abuses included mailings to voters in Vermilion County, which will not become part of the 22nd District officially until January although eligible persons will vote for the 22nd District's candidate in November. Lamkin also said Shipley has mailed personal letters, congratulatory and sympathy notes to persons in his district. "Shipley rejoices over a birth in his district and grieves over a death," Lamkin said. "His feelings would be more believable if those letters were mailed at his expense rather than ours." A meeting of supporters of Sen. George S. McGovern will meet at the Machinist's Hall, Ifil N. Shamrock, East Alton on Saturday. Organization sopkesman request that all persons in Wood River Township who are interested in the Democratic candidacy attend the meeting at 1 p.m. A Democratic Headquarters for the campaign has been selected. It will be located at the corner of Wood River Avenue and E<lwardsv,11e Road. The headquarters is expected to open early next week. MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The mayor and a hotel executive view the summer's political conventions as akin to a vaccination: painful now but good for Miami Beach in the long run. But Mayor Chuck Hall said 'one double dose is enough. Jerry Sussman, president of the South Florida Hotel Association, said it's too early to tell whether the city should invite the politicians back four years from now. Although hotel occupancy at Miami Beach was down 5 to 10 per cent in July and August, he said, the summer prvoed "we can take on any convention on the face of the earth." "I hope this will bear long- range fruit," said Sussman, manager of the Carillon Hotel. Hall said he only agreed to holding both conventions in Miami Beach because "this would establish our credibility as Convention Center U.S.A. if we handled them properly, and I believe we did." "Big deal," said John Malone, manager of a tire store near the Convention Center. "They get their share of conventions, they always have and they always will. These conventions have cost the city new Dr. Howard ft. Lor,?. chairman of of llio jFournal'sm School at. Southern Illinois University. Carborldale, this week announced Mis request for a change in Assignment from that post to ;l part-time teaching post. Dr. Long has been instrumental in development of the School of Joirj-nalisn; in the past 19 years tcj its status of one of the top 10 in the nation. i H e founded ternational Conference Weekly Newspape which meets annually at Pere Marquette Lodge. the In- of The conference gives annually to a weekly editor the ! Elijah P. Lovejoy Award For Exceptional Courage i in Journalism. | The conference has made annual pilgrimageis to the grave, monument 'and press frame of the first; martyr to freedom of the preis who was killed in Alton in 1836. Long, 66, was tljie director •Of a program whiih resulted in building a fulfy-equipped journalism building at SIU, •"from the Daily Ifgyptian is •^published each day) Corbet! by COPE JERSEY VI J, L E — Representative Jefry Corbett of Hardin has received the unanimous endorsement of the 23rd congressional district COPE, of AFL-CIO in his candidacy for the state senate seat left vacant by the death of the late Senator William "Bill" Lyons. The announcement was made by Buddy W. Davis, president of the union's district COPE. Corbett's four year legislative recorfl as state representative ^i a s been consistently endojrsed by the AFL-CIO, the sta^e employe's union and other labor organizations. Representative Corbett has also been rated "excellent" by the Illinois Agricultural Association and the Farm Bureau for his| efforts in behalf of farmers;. Black Panther denies lie fired at Chicago cops CHICAGO (AIF) - A survivor of a 196IJ) raid on a Black Panther apartment lias denied that he fi|red two shots at police during the raid in which two Panthers were killed, and he |s quoted as saying in a t|thi';ment he made after the raid. Louib Trueluck testified Thursday in '|:he trial of State's Atty. Edward V. Jlanrahan and 13 co-defendants who are charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice jn the post raid Investigation Trueluck reacj the 40-page transcript of an interview with his attpniey made shortly after the, raid and said pails of the statement were inaccurate, incltjdirig the part quoting him a|S saying he fired at pohce ijn the rear of the apartment. i"No, the two shots were fii|ed at roe," Trueluck said. The defense h id maintained that Trueluck's ; statement and that of thiee ether Panther survivors of the raid show the Panthers, Iie«l to a special grand jury when they said they fired no shots or handled any weapons during the raid Dec. 4, 1969. The grand jury indicted Hanraian and the others. money and will continue to." He said they hurt his business and "I wouldn't ask 'em back if I had a say so." "The democratic process must continue, but let's do it somewhere else," said Dade County Sheriff E. Wilson Purdy. "It's like having a big party at your home and the next morning you wake up and say, 'Never again,'" said Gui Govaert, executive director of the Beach Tourist Development Authority which gave $250,000 to the Democrats and $100,000 to the Republicans. "Then the next day you invite another big party to your home for the Friday," he added. Hall said he might consider having both the Democratic and Republican national conventions back in Miami Beach only if "the federal government would consider putting several million dollars Into the city treasury so the city coud reduce taxes and repay the merchants somewhat." "National political conventions are a bust economically," he said. But Sussman said the problem this, summer was that people were looking at political conventions from the view of Chicago 1968. Insanity at Midnight Paranoid prices 10 A.M.'til Midnight. Friday, August 25th Hourly specials 6 P.M. 'til Midnight. 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