Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 16, 1953 · Page 18
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 18

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 16, 1953
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THVRf DAT, APRIL if, 19J3 ALTON SVENINQ TBL80RAPH ^fch A ^K^kk ^^_^^^^^|^_^^gby||^ j- PA OB IfllflTnBf Braikr Won't CattOffPhotagt A tPolh Tuesday BAST AT/rW-"My pirrpow of HMKKflnlflff ftttt photographers win ht ft the pening plices in Tutu* day'i flfetton was not to knp If. git voters awty from thf potts hut rtthtr to Rem Illegal voters away from thi polls," Otto Braeier, eito. dldate ret rp-eteetton as mayor of fiait Alton, aald today, This statement followed a meet* ing Wednesday betwenv an Alton attorney retained by three candidate! for trustee posts in Kast Al> ton and Brazier. The attorney met with firaalet in an attempt to get him to retract his statement that photographers would be located at the potts. "No, unauthorised personnel will hi allowed in or around the polling places aa wlthtn our power to eon« trot It", SraBler said, adding that the law will be strictly complied with. "The Idea that people from all over the country can come into East Alton and vote is wrong", the candidate for re-election assured. The attorney speaking for the three trustees'said photographers would intimidate the people and keep On Tw«Ifth Birthttty nmy MMem wti hofiorcd on Mi 12th WrtMfty Monday tvenlnf at a party fivtn by ml mother, MI'S, wflfflff MtiOfte, Virtout games wan piwMfd !or tntfrtalnmCTrt, As Jimmy wit out* ting Ms birthday cilffr, dteeratftt WItn COWOOy GeCOTatfOnSi MS hfOth" er, Allen Lee, Rang happy birthday to him. Theme present at the party were: David Sorgea, David Logsdon, Ann Denflp, Irma Nonscono, Larry and .ferry Oraa, Oary Bane, fiohhy and Dennis Pence, SUP and Ann LORR- don, and Mr, and Mrs. Doss Johnson. Refreshments were served In thp latter part of the evpnlnt by Mrs. Malone assisted by Mrs. Robert Ptnee and Mrs. dhnrlp* Logsdon. Barbara. HammVmd ttnrt Barbara Hammond, 13, daugh* fer of Frank Hammond of Cottage Hills, received emergency treat* ment at Alton Memorial Hospital Wednesday night for abrasions to her left, thigh, Inpurred, It was said, when she jumped from a moving automobile. Idem from voting, Brazier stated. "If they are le^nl voters, it wouldn't". Bra«ler added. JACOBY'S MARCH OF VALUES COOK BY PUSHBUTTON "You f'utf Much a buf- ton for instant tltOK •Uctric (i»off I • New Super-Calrod* Surface Unit gives you instant starting—at the touch of a button! New Time Center Control for positive automatic Oven control and range surface tutting! See this til-new Hotpoint today! • Signal timer for lap Molting • fotnout Col rod Hl*$peed Unit* Raisable unit deep-well cooker Timed appliance tutlet 36-in. fluoreuent top light Automatic even light Three big iterage drawers Smooth Nyion-raller drawers World's fastest broiling llectrk dock even control Oth*r Hotpoint Electric Stoves from $169.95 SEE THE MATCHING REFRIGERATORS letlttt brol/»f-6nd you don't hovt M prthtof Itr Model RC 20 $ .95 C. J. JACOBY & CO. 627-633 EAST BROADWAY ALTON, ILLINOIS TODAY AT JACOBY'S... Hart's the cleaner you've been hearing about Amazing New Eity Aid** $wi»n-T»« MI mr inn 1 £&*£& Fto Tronble in Mundt's Plans By JAMBS MARfXIW WASmNCtTON /P -Secretary of state Dulles, already thoroughly roughed tip by the Senate, la headed for the wringer again. Sen. Mundt wants A thakeup of Officials who make State Department policies. The South Dakota Republican said he has the support of these three Republican senators, 'plus others: McCarthy of Wisconsin, Bridges of New Hampshire and Ferguson of Michigan, When he called for the house cleaning three days ago Mundt said "scores, perhaps hundreds of these top officials are the samp ones who made policy for President Truman and Secretary of Stale Aeheson." When asked Wednesday night what he was aiming at, he said: "The purpose Is to find" for the policy jobs people who are i in "sympathy with fiulleji and President Kisenhower." Several conclusions could be drawn from that statement! Mundt and his group think Dulles is incapable of running tHe State t>e> partment and they have to tell htmi or they have simply decided to tell him how to run it. McCarthy 'Helps' Only the State Department can negotiate agreements in foreign affairs. But a couple of weeks ago McCarthy said he tried to "negotiate" with aceek ship owners not lo deal with Communists. He withdrew the word "negotiate" after a quiet luncheon with Dulles. A couple of weeks before that. with Eisenhower's approval, Dulles picked Chftrlps E. Bohlen as ambassador to Moscow and told the Senate Bohlen was definitely not a security risk. McCarthy challenged Dulles on that. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee sent a delegation for lOOfc M •BMnRi'l flit, waift't tmtfl tin two-man turn ripotted that BoMm was all right that thy ftvnatt upheld Duiiw by approving Boh ten. Dultei must spon go before the Sfnatff Appropriations Committee to explain State tJfpartment money needt. the fuH senatt depends upon this committee to recommend hove much the State Department should get, MemwerB of difiiiNiftM Mundt, McCarthy, Brtdgei and Ferguson are alt members of the committee and, once they get Dulles before them, they can qula him about practically everything In the department. If they tell him how to run his department and he fights back, he might find his department's money cut. Dulles has brought In all new policy makers at the top except these threes Harold Under. Assistant secretary for economic affairs, who is leaving soon; Paul Nilxe, chief of the policy planning staff, also leaving; and an Army offJrer, Col. Henry Byroade, assls. tant secretary in charge of Mld> eastern affairs. But since Mundt want* "per' haps hundreds" of policy makers removed, he's talking about people below the very top. Explaining that he had in mind those who had the same kind of Jobs with Aeheson, Mundt said: "It they're worth their salt they must have been loyal to Aeheson and enthusiastic about his policies. We want people ,in there enthusiastic about the new administra- tion's' policies." Luke Applln* holds the ull-tlme team record for the best ball ing average on the Chicago White Sox. He hit M in r IN DEBT?- Brltm t)» Alt four Bill* We'll Pay Them on Payment.* Von Can Afford and (fat ¥ou Out of Debt Room 215 Commercial Building JOB W fhlrfl St Alton, Ml. Phone 2-9814 CtfAMfl wrtfc evr/vt/ve Attach-0-Matic roots tUtill Ofttr Ti latroduei! Eitra |I6 ALLOWANCE for your old ClMner during this In- freductory Ivertl §• ouickl Act '20 to '30 w «mi '1* Stt "Uvt" D*««iitr«tion ol Owr Stor* AT ONCE IN 8TOCI - NO WAITING C. J. JACOBY & CO. WOAOWAY 3-8ISI ALTON. ILL. Group Adwt Bill on In KRAiHP 111, /p-n* tin. noli fffflttf Elections Committee rtjwtaJ a mil wrtich wouM htv» pwrnlttwl voters in primary election* to ibitnln from declaring party affiliation, After Stnator Arthur Bldwlll. River Potent Republican, *.ald It iwnild utterly destroy the two party system, committee members turned down the hfll by I T to 1 tott, fiMtatof Arthur Urson, Chtolgo hjsn who iyonsunHi the DIH, It would give "people the samt opportunity of voting in thf. primary that they have In thf gm» eral ftetition," In. thf Kffiotenry and Economy Committee, senators okayed a bill requiring tenants of nubile housing to make anti-Communtat aRK davits, One opponent, Mrs, John Donovan of titwatur, said thf League of Women Voters objected because the bill required a negative oath ant) off priori only "low income groups." In the House, a lint of proposals was Introduced to change the, Iflfil law permitting downstate cities of more than fi.OOO to adopt the city ^MAHfeAMMM tt**AAA^M manager SySWlTl. BlfrTtffn npfesfintititft, inf Bfrtflea T. Van 13m Vrtll, Win- tRi, Republican, sponsored tlw suggested changes. The proposals i Provide alternate methods of setting the affective date of switch* Ing to the manager plan altar adoption. Give voters the option of electing an alderman from each ward when aldermnnlc organisation of the City Council is retained in conjunction with the manager plan. Provide city clerks and city treasurers may be either elected or appointed by tho mayor with Council approval under the mnn« ager 'form, Allow title* of to loo.OOO ,flW to of tf» OBHMfiRnM tout Othtr ntw bills wealds Increase the wltrtes state county Ji ent rangf of pending upon potmlaBOn, to « range of $4,808 to fUJOG i JWf»r, compel safety tem of troefci for tut** tattftM atV^^^s*^ m^i^ Mih^rifedlfeLdk ***— Draningi Slewing §00 •U§nwl|| Df» fore allowing thtm en Dimo» httft* ways. A new peak for Jamaica'! tmn\ i»t traffic was let In 10M, %Kh 104.786 visitors. Chile has given its mm* Prtsi. dent special economic powtrfl to inflation. VfllllfS OUR SMARTEST Millinery Clearance 5.00 to 5.95 hats, now 2,09 6.95 to 7.95 hats, now 8.95 to 10.95 hats, now 4.99 11.95 to 12.95 hats, now 5.99 13.95 to 15.95 hats, now 6.99 Sensational hat offer! Beautiful Spring nati specially gelected from our lineal atock now offered a I a great savings to yon. Come in and nee oar exceptional value*. Open Friday Eve Till 9 P. ill, Never before have yqu seen such values or BUch varJf/y in cotton Mparatesl And Tsince styles are as tempting as prices/ you'll want to treat yourself handflomelyl Come early for iirst choice of colorful sldrti and tops you'll whip into many a smart costume I At these prices, you'll be thrifty to splurge and get all of yaur summer separates at once. BLOUSES Glamorous tops in cotton broqd- aloth that have fin* styling and detailing. $098 w to 7,{ SKIRTS Gather a sunny selection from broadcloth* glased cot* ton, straw cloth, linens or cords in prints or solid colors, to 14,f APRIL SHOWER OF SHOE SAVINGS! madi ti till for much mori WASHABLE CASUALS Nationally Advertised Now Only Bright and light tubbabJe etttuali With rubber soles. Multicolors, or all White. Ail »l»i*e te clunk* frwo. rtgular 8.95 gtnulnt IRISH LINEN OPERAS Now Only Rave! On fanious- biand operat in high, mid-high, low and flat heels. White or tinted your own color frm! All aizei In the group. regular 3.95 DRESS FLATS Flat* in smooth leather . . . Red, Blue. Black. White, Yellow or Tangerine.

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