Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 5, 1968 · Page 6
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July 5, 1968

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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ALTON EVENING. Hiompsofl of Alton lias tan appointed ehahwati of 0Ms tyt* Mi»)flrtty tor ftotkefel- ler, ' HKMM^on will head up the Alton tfinvemettt to enlist, organize, ptid coordinate the efforts of as msfty young Amer- teans under the age of 27 as possible, with the aim that C*ov- feffior Nelson Rockefeller wins j the nomination for the Presidency in August and captures the presidency in November. The NKW MAJORITY, a division Of the Rockefeller for President Committee, consists of high ?fhool atld college students, n.nd young adults — single and married who believe that thu; nation needs new leadership, new direction, and new ideas. Red Cross Meeting Set In Macoupiii CARLINVILLE — The annual meeting of the Macoupin County Chapter of the American Red Cross \vU' be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the Macoupin County courthouse. The meeting will be held for the purpose of electing officers of the chapter and members of the board of directors. Consideration of the reports and traas- action of business will also be on the agenda. Every person in the territory of the chapter, who has paid membership dues within the year, or who is a life or patron member, is a member of the chapter and should attend the meeting. 2 Shots Fired At Brother Of Sirhan PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Police say lack of evidence is hindering their investigation of a report that Saidallah Bishara Sirhan, brother of the man charged with murdering Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, was fired at on a highway. Police said they were without clues to locating a white Volkswagen bus from which Sirhan said two shots were fired at him early Wednesday. Aft Alton man was arrested Thursday after hiss auto apparently went out of control and slammed into the rear of another auto injuring a 29-year- old Wood ttlver woman. Alton police said Mrs. Delores Irene Rawlhigs, 29. of 1200 Acton Ave., Wood River, suffered hip injuries at 9:20 a.m. Thursday when her auto was struck from the rear by an auto driven by James Leandro Gonzales, 22, of 2711 Residence St., Alton. Mrs. Rawlings was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital. Gonzales was examined at St. Jo- REORGANIZATION AT SHJ — Workmen at Southern Illinois University Carbondale campus change signs Monday in front of a campus office building marking the change in University administration. Former Vice President Robert W. MacVicar is now chancellor of the Carbondale campus, and occupies his same office space. Former Vice President John S. Rendleman is now chancellor of the Edwardsville campus and moved into interim offices there. Rickover Says Development Of Subs Blocked in Pentagon WASHINGTON (AP) — Civilians in the Pentagon and .proponents of surface ships are blocking development of U.S. submarines while Russia is far ahead in numbers of undersea craft, charges Vice Adm. Hyman G. Rickover. The principal tactic being Ceased Thursday night, used to "delay submarine progress is "to ' study things -to used to track Russian missile- carrying submarines. 'Rickover, known as the father of the'nuclear submarine, com- such matters, has kept asking for more studies. "Since Dr. Foster got the problem, he has made four or Man Char eed After Crash seph's and released. ' Police quoted Gonzales as saying that he was driving north on Main Street and failed to observe Mrs. Rawlings' auto until he was too dose to avoid a crash. Gonzales told police he slammed on his brakes, and rammed the rear of Mrs. Rawlings' car. The Gonzales auto then slid sideways for 11? feet, the, Raw lings auto left the roadway and slammed Into a tree. Gonzales was charged wfth intoxication and reckless driving. Me was released on $75 Shotgun Reported Stolen From Auto Clarenre Strohkirch, of 224 Gesche St., reported to Alton police that a shotgun had been stolen from his car as it was parked near 10th and Belle Streets this morning. Lions Attend Dallas Conclave Three members of the Godfrey Lions recently attended he 51st annual International Lions Club convention in Dallas, Tex. Delegates were: John A. Brockway, president - elect; John C. Dippel, past president, and TOTI E. Burdin, past district governor. Highlights of the convention were a four-hour parade with marching units from all 50 states and over 50 foreign countries and an address by John B. Connaily, governor of Texas. Police reported Strohkirch said he was at the 10th aftd Belle Tavern. 1000 Belle St., and discovert the theft at 1:17 a.m. when he left to go home. In other police news, a group of yout'is broke into a. soda machine at the Fina Service Station, W21 Washington Ave., Thursday night and took an un- determir,'ed amount of change and soft drinks. Police said an unidentified resident of the area reported that she had observed the youths breaking into the machine. By the time'police arrived at 11:31 p.m. the youths had left. They found thp coin box from the machine in the 2600 block of Salu Street. v -,v cash bond. In another incident, Mfs. Virginia Lorene Cambtofl, of 1621 clawson St., Alton, was attested Thursday after her auto-allegedly crashed intp a parked car hi the 600 block of Liberty Street. Police said Mrs. Cambron ,1s suspected of driving an auto that hit a car owned by John Kozonasky, of 801 feast Drive, Alton. The Kozonasky car was parked at the James Bernhardt residence, at 627 Liberty Street, Thursday. Several persons in the backyard at the Bernhardt residence heard a crash and saw a car leaving the scene; Police attested Mts. cam- broil after they fotmd net damaged auto parked in a garage at her home. Mrs. dambron aliens charg* ed with failure to report an accident and failafe to-remain within traffic boundaries. what ape you doing this Summer? Check our Summer Catalog for all your Summer Needs 4 H.P. GARDEN TILLER $117 GRANTS 19 Eastgate Plaza Home of . . . . Flavor-Plus Foods TOM-BOY CHECK OUR WEEKLY ADS AND SEE HOW Sllver-Rtdge Tom-Boy YOU SAVE! TOP East Mion QUALITY TOO! Walter* Tom-Bay Alton wouldn't YOU look better and feel better wearing Lee Optical contact lenses? YOU CAN HAVE THAT NATURAL LOOK WITH COMFORTABLE, EASY-TO-WEAR, SINGLE VISION CONTACT LENSES AT ONE LOW PRICE! I EASY CREDIT TERMS ARE AVAILABLE, WITH ABSOLUTELY NO INTEREST OR CARRYING CHARGES. Satisfaction Guaranteed! DOWNTOWN ALTON 117 W. THIRD ST. TELEPHONE: 462-4828 OPEN DAILY MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY mented in testimony before the i five studies . .. what the next Senate preparedness subcom-' delaying tactic will be I simply mittee in March and a Iran-J don't know," Rickover said, script of the testimony was re-| Foster, in a later appearance | before the subcommittee, said He said the Navy agreed last i he supported the effort to lower December that it needed a new; submarine noise levels, but death," Rickover adds. (sub, but that Dr. John S. Foster-, i thought other things should be This is particularly true, he director of defense research and considered before building what says, of his proposal for a new engineering and principal advis- might be an expensive, one-of- superquiet sub that could beier to the secretary of defense on:a-kind vessel. SIZZLING SUMMER Low cost! Big convenience! Holds np to 406 Ibs. frozen foods APPLIANCES TELEVISION • STEREO Big freezer, fast ice! 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