Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 7, 1972 · Page 12
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 12

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, September 7, 1972
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Altofl Evening Telegraph Thursday, Sept. 7, 1972 Wanted: a home Appealing for a permanent home is this lively puppy, a resident of the shelter at the Alton Area Animal Aid Association in Godfrey. The animal, or others like it, is available for adoption at the 5-A's shelter. The shelter has many dogs—and some cats—looking for a family. Rep. Findley says solons entitled to free mailing Congressmen can use their free-mailing privileges in both the district to which they were elected and new areas added to their district by reapportionment. Congressman Paul Findley's office replied today to charges by Findley's November opponent, Robert O'Shea. Findley's staff cited an opinion by the general counsel of the United States Postal Service and regulations of the 92nd congress regarding use :of the "Congressional Frank" to support their argument. . O'Shea had accused Findley ' last week with "gross misrepresentation t o the people of Macoupin, Madison and Montgomery Counties." 'Through his actions and words, he has tried to make these people believe he is their elected representative— which, of course, he is not." The U.S. Postal Service response, cited by Findley's office, said, "The general counsel has interpreted this regulation to mean that a member of Congress may send Postal Patron mail both to patrons within the district the member was elected to represent and to patrons within such other areas of the state as may be encompassed in his district under a reapportionment law." Sierra Club will hear Mayor Lenz Alton Mayor Paul Lenz wi! 1 be featured speaker Monday night at a meeting of the local Piasa Palisades Group of ;'K Sierra Club. The mayor will talk on environmental problems of the city ar.rl answer questions a'-out specific projects. The 7:30 p.m. meeting will be held in the First Presbyterian Chruch. Fourn and Alby. In other news from the club, two outings have been scheduled for this moi'h. One, listed by the organizer as "easy." will be through ih<; Camp Warren Lexis propeny. The hike. Sept. 17. is li^rii Jacobv on bridge B\ 0 S W \LD L JAMES JACOBV NORTH 4104 V K & 7 4 S * AK5 WEST AAK865 ¥ Q J 6 *K93 SOUTH EAST A972 V Void 4JS743 *10&652 (D) V A 10 8 5 •> • Q1UG *AQ E&st-West vulnerable West North East South IV 1* 4V P**> Pass Pahs Opening lead— 4 K Lewis wants Socialist barred from ballot By MICIIAKL ROBINSON SPIUNGFIKLD, III. (AIM Secretary of State John V. Lewis says he will oppose t!i" listings of Linda .Tenncss, S c i a 1 i s t Workers pa-'ty presidential candidate, on i!;c November ballot because SIT? is too young. Lewis' statement came a! a hearing Wednesday <i; which the st;ite electoral board made a prelimin.i y move to bar any Commuirs' or Socialist Workers can- as suitable for children. That hike will focus on plant life in the camp, ;\\\<\ a look at the camp lake, which was closed to scout u.>e because of pollution from nearby residential sept-c tanks. The second outing, scheduled for Sept. 24, has not been finalized, but will be a spelunking, or cave-exploring, trip. A.s a study project, a committee of the club has taken on the L-15 levee proposal. Mrs. Marty Nelson. 12 OuatOL'a, Godfrey. is chairman of the committee. -hov/s out! He has to lose a Trump trick and cannot afford t.' lose a club also !' h<- take- the club finesse .»•;•.• •.'.•;!! lc-e that trick but he rx-s r,ot have to. \\'e-t has '^•- 'h;r_-v trumps and he can u. • a. r : elinrr.alion play to ii'ch We-t ;n an end play. South <-:mpiy lakes the two I'.i'A trumps and !ii> good spade. Then he plays out the of the high diamonds. West's best defense is to refuse to ruff, but this doc-.s hi mno good. South simply throw West in with his high trump and forces West to make the losing lead of a club or .spade. The poel who wrote, "Beneath the bludgeonings of chance, my head is bloody but unbowed," probably was not a bridge player- If he was, be would have to be a pretty good one to keep those bludgeonings from j»aUy hurting him. West cashes two spade tricks and shifts to a diamond. South had looked (tummy by this time and that, assuming trumps tweak 3-0, he will be to draw trumps and try ttp club fioesse for an The bidding has been: West Pass Pass Pass East Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass South 3N.T. fll ttojt* • fcigh trump and " start. East North Dble 2* 3V 4 + 4* You, South, hold: 48743 V2 • AK943 +762 What do you do now? A—Bid five clubs. Your variant cannot have good enough .spades to warrant a spade contract. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of passing, West has. bid two spades over your one- spade. This is passed around to you. What do you do now? Answer tomorrow (NEWSPAPEK E.NTEK PK1SE ASSN.) didatcs from the because I hoy did not sign 'lie stale anti-t'rimniuniKt oath. The board is scheduled Ic vote today on form ally rejocl- inu Ihe nominating petitions of the candidates. Lawyers for the two parties hold no hope the board will lind in their favor bill believe a federal court ruling Monday may yive them ballot soris anyway. "I am Koin.y lo ask that the Socialist Workers party V denied ballot position bccaus? the candidate for president has not reached the le.eal a.'^e for president of the United States.'' Lewis said. "It was testified that she is :il years of age and if sh'j's more than that she'd beMc-r be here," he added. Mrs. .lenness already has been ruled off the ballot in Ohio because she is four years shorl of the age required by the L'.S Constitution of Ihosc serving as president. Mark Spiegel, an attorney representing the Socialist Workers party, argued that ic was too late to enter a new objection to the candidacy of Mrs. .lenness. Attorney David Goldberge •, representing the Communist party, said, "The whole tsno of the hearing has been by uosh and by golly we're going to find a way to keep them off." State Treasurer Alan .T. Dixon said the anti-Communist oath has never been tested in court as it applies to state candidates. Until it is, he said. "I would be derelict in my duty not to uphold tta law."' Dixon said the proper place to decide the question of the loyalty oath is in court. A three-judge federal panel :.s scheduled to meet at 2 p.m. Monday in Chicago to study the question. Although today is the last day for "certification" ef candidates for the November ballot, the two attorneys said that a ruling from the federal court could nullify the deadline. Until now, the refusal of the radicals lo sign the loyalty oath required of candid-ties under Illinois law has b-'jon the only basis for objections to the Socialist and Communist, candidates. 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