Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 28, 1972 · Page 13
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

Alton, Illinois
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Monday, August 28, 1972
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Section B to 10 Spi inl in" LOS Preside says he delegat at th Nation; help hi nomina interest "I do at thi; Sunday delega consen week's ronot crested L976 ANGELES (AP)-Vke it Spiro T. Agnew does not care whether apportionment rules 1976 Republican Convention might n gain the presidential on because "I'm d in 1972." 't care. I really don't point," Agnew said when asked about the rules fight which tives won at last GOP convention. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Sport* Classified Pnm AMTfOAMt WtAtMM IMVfCff, JT /M MOM V.I. ON*- * Alton, Illinois, Monday, August 28, 1972 In the military Five area men to enlist in Navy "I ttink all this talk about '76 is debilitating to the party, it's counterproductive and I think it's four years away so it's an eternity in politics we Agnew pearan The Pi The methot to givi at the d eci presidi Agnt 1 fc l/v* UI.ILUMIIIg, said during an apse on NBC's "Meet, ess." delegate allotment set aside is expected Agnew an advantage next convention if he 3 e s to seek the ntial nomination. w said that on the campaign trail for the up- cominj; election his actions won't be inconsistent with Nixon's but that it would be a "iristnke" to think the "President, orchestrates" the vice president's moves. Ho said he hadn't changed his principles over Ihe past five jeari but had in some cases changed his approach. For ir stance, he said, he has dropped "radical-liberal" from iris vocabulary because of j misunderstanding by others]. Agnkv said, however, he will Continue to speak out, particularly to counter the "unbelievdble" rhetoric of Democratic presidential nominee Sen. George McGovern. He added,"\vhere they issault the President or the administration in a personal I way, as he has done, I am ;not going to hesitate to respond to that." National Weather Area weather Area weather — Considerable sunshine today, highs 80 to 85. Clear tonight, lows 60 to 65. Tuesday, mostly sunny. Highs low to mid 80s. ' Probabilities of precipitation: near zero today, 5 pro- cent tonight and Tuesday. Extended forecast Partly cloudy skies with a wanning trend Wednesday through Friday. Chance of showers about Thursday or Friday. Lows in the low 60s and daytime highs in upper 70s or low 80s north, and in low 80s south about Wednesday, warming to lows in the upper 60s and daytime highs in 90s Friday. Bed race at picnic REDMOND, Wash. (AP) — The Cowlitz County Grange Youth Group has won the fourth annual Bed Race at the Pomona Picnic, pushing a bright orange, stripped-down bed through an obstacle course. Warm, sunny weather is forecast for most of the nar tion Monday. Showers are expected for parts of the southern Plateau and Georgia and Florida. (AP Wire- photo) Proxmire opposes plans for future tax increases WASHINGTON (AP) - The Democratic majority of the Senate-House Economic Committee has urged a $250 billion spending ceiling advocated by President Nixon be rejected and that plans be made for future tax increases. But the chairman of the committee—Sen. William Proxmire.. D-Wis., says he disagrees with both recommendations. "There is far too much waste in every phase of the federal government to justify iax increases," the Wisconsin senator said Sunday. And he said a S240 billion ceiling OP THE STORES WHERE OU RATE MORE SHOP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD TOM-BOY TOM-BOY HABIT! 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YOU ()K YOITK DOCTOR CAN I'HONK US when you n c e d a deliver*. We. will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people rely on us for their health needs. We welcome requests for delivery serucc and charge accounts. would be sufficient. The majority, in a mid-year review of the nation's economy, agreed there has been some recovery from the 1969-70 recession and that the rate of inflation has moderated. But the majority report said "At the end of this year unemployment will still be far too high and the economy will still be operating far below its potential." It cautioned that "The recovery must not be choked off by premature moves toward monetary and fiscal restraint." Five area men will be enlisted into the Navy during speical ceremonies at Busch Memorial Stadium in St. Louis between games of the baseball Cardinals doubleheader with Los Angeles. The new recruits are Gary R. Brown, Alton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brown; Gregory E. Hampton of Godfrey, brother of Donald Hampton: Harlow B. Cisco Jr., Alton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Cisco; Bruce C. Gates, East Alton, son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Gates and Richard Brown, Godfrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown. The induction will be held at I p.m. Sept. 1 on the playing field. It is the fourteenth such event since 1956, Navy officials said. The Navy's top recruiter, Rear Admiral Emmett H. Tidd, will administer the oath of enlistment to the recruits. The recruits' company commander will take charge of the group during the ceremony. After the ball game, the men will leave for Great Lakes Naval Training Center for basic training. In other news of the Navy, Thomas L. TItchenal Jr., husband of the former Miss Deborah A. Sitton of Godfrey, was promoted to Navy Machinist Mate Second Class aboard the nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine USS Sam Houston, homeported at New London, Conn. Hospitalman Appren. Dale W. Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ned 0. Cooper of Godfrey, has completed the Hospital Corps School at San Diego. P.O. 3 C. Steven W. Kessuiger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon C. Kessinger of Brighton, was promoted to his present rank and completed the basic Machinist Mate segment of nuclear power training at Great Lakes. Hospit'ilman Michael F. Minor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale F. Minor, of Hartford, completed a five-week course in field first aid, preventive medicine, sanitation and various military subjects at the Field Medical Service School at Camp Lejuenc. N.C. In news of the Air Force, Albert L. Newberry. son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Newberry of Jerseyville, has been assigned to Keesler AFB, Miss., after completing Air Force basic training. He will undergo training as a personnel specialist at his new station. He is a 1972 graduate of Jersey Community High School. Terry R. Guebert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. Guebert of East Alton, is participating in a U.S. Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps field training encampment at Gunter AFB, Ala. Guebert is a member of the AFROTC unit at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. He is a 1969 graduate of Roxana High School. His wife is the former Opposition to amnesty NEW ORLEANS (AP) The American Veterans of World War II, Korea and Vietnam (AMVETS) have backed President Nixon in his refusal to grant amnesty to anyone fleeing the country to avoid military service. Passbook Savings ... A great way to start a good, sound savings program. Deposit and withdraw anytime. Our continuous compounding and quarterly dividends make it grow . . . fasti Take Your Passbook accounts ... or 3 month certificates compounded continuously and credited to your account quarterly, monthly dividends if you prefer on our certificates. Savings in by the 10th earn from the Istl Choice of One Year Certificates . . . Minimum 1 year and $1,000.00. 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Buchanan, son of Robert .1. Buchanan of Edwardsville, has arrived for duty with the 1st Infantry Division at Ft. Kilcy, Kan. Pvt. Thomas W. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Brown of Staunton; Pvt. Herbert M. Ohly. son of Mrs. Helen A. Ohly'of Alton; and Pvt. Francis Rcnncr Jr. whose parents live at Hte. 1, Staunton. recently completed nine weeks of training at Ft. Polk, La. In news of the Marines, Pvt. Chris A. Lawton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Lawton of Cottage Hills, graduated from basic training at Pan-is Island, S.C. Pvt. Clarence D. Warlick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phill .1. Warlick of Alton, graduated from basic training at. San Diego, Calif. Pvt. Marilyn M. Sutterer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold T. Sutterer of Cottage Hills, is currently undergoing w c m a n Marine recruit training at Parris Island. S.C. Pvt. Robert L. Pyle Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Pyle Sr. of Alton, graduated from basic training at San Diego. Carl Slagley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Stagley of Alton and husband of the former Linda C. Roper, will begin the touring season with the U.S. Marine Corps Band. The band will be in Jacksonville on Sept. 16, Belleville on Sept. 29. and St. Louis, Mo. on Sept. 17. ROOF TRUSSES I2'-60' CLEAR SPAN "DRY LUMBER" GINTER-WARDEIN 81 HENRY ST. ALTON, ILLINOIS The biggest under the right now. Model FPM7QTT Model DAT Model FPI-170TT More capacity, starred for big savings. This Frost-Proof Frigidaire Refrigerator never lets frost form. Lots of room ... 17.0 cu. ft. overall with a 4.75cu. ft. freezer. Model WCDAT Model DAT Flowing Heat dryei with 16-lb. capacity. Timed Heat cycle. No Heat cycle. Permanent Press stays new looking with the cool-down period at the end of the drying time. Model WCDAT Custom Deluxe washer teatuies family-size, 16-lb. capacity, 4-position water temperature selector and exclusive Jet Cone Agitation for gentle, thorough cleaning. 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