Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 8, 1958 · Page 7
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Alton, Illinois
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, JULY 8, 1958 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEN Upper Alton Mew§ Events PLAM foil Final plan* tseihs tftadft tot the Admiral bout weufston Saturday at 8 mwttog Monday night ot the adttlt group of the Milton Youth- Carte*. All those who will use bus service tot ttmspoftttiott to the Admiral art asked' to meet at Mtl« ton School, neon, Saturday. Steamer Is scheduled to pull fibnt the dock §t 2:30 p.m. Solfl* 200 poung people attended the session last night. Lemonade was servfed without charge. The center Is having sessions at Milton School Instead of Mark Twain because decorating Is underway at the latter place. Walter Llntz, president, said tha,t members and families are welcome 'to bring their lunches for the tioat trip or they may buy it on bojird. Some 25 ehaperones will attend. Chaperones last night were: Mrs. EmIJ Bertels, Mrs. Arnold Leitner, Mr. and Mrs. Lathy Rexford, Mr. and Mrs. Athel Reader, Mrs. Thomas Dbcon,,Mrs. Eugene W. Sims, Mrs. Edgar Boyd, Mrs. William Grover. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bollard, Mrs. Harold Fay, Marion Johnson «nd Mrs. Walter Linlz. STUDY OK RUSSIAN URGED BV RKP. SLMON State Rep. Paul Simon (D., he was not hurt seriously. the 23-year-old painter apparently is suffering from pulled muscles in the back and legs. Examination revealed there was no bones fractured. The young man dived off the high board at the pool and apparently twisted his back, suffering the painful injury. His condition has improved but it is not known when he will be discharged from Alton Memorial Hospital. In' other cases: Kathy, 3%'yenr-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Starbuck, 2917 Buena Vista Ave.. is in Alton Memorial Hospital with an abdominal ailment.' The child was entered Saturday but it Is not known when she will be discharged. Her condition is satisfactory. Mrs. Clifford J. Gaunft, 2940 tion of Ihe missing girl was seen Watalee Ave., was discharged today from Alton Memorial Hos. pltal where she underwent a ton- silectomy Monday. Mrs. Gnuntt entered Sunday, Her condition is good. George F. Stephenson, 2317 Salu St., is in Wood River Township Hospital with intestinal flu a member "of the family said. He entered Saturday and was expected to remain about Troy) told'several hundred students of Southern Illinois University here Monday that study of the Russian language might well work for a better understanding between our two countries. Speaking at the summer con- voeaton oC the university's Alton Residence Center, he indicated that education could provide the key to real peace, with the university leading the way in this area. Simon, ex-officio member ofj the executive committee of t h e Southwestern Illinois Council for Higher Education, which took an active part in the establishment of university residence centers in Alton and East St. Louis last year, spoke to the students on the basis of first-hand observations of education in both this country and Russia. Dr. William Going, dean of in- struqtion for the SIU residence centers, introduced the legislator to the students. Dr. Howard Davis, supervisor of student affairs at the Alton Center, opened the convocation, marking the center's second summer session. WORK PROGRESSING ON 2 BUILDINGS ON HUMBERT Work is progressing on two buildings on Humbert road, immediately outside Upper Alton, which may be a springboard to future expansion in that area. Logan Morning Star Dairy Inc. is erecting a drive-in structure just south of the GM&O railroad tracks. A bowling alley is going up across the road. Logan will sell all dairy items plus confections of various types at the drive in operation. The place was expected to open in fall. The dairy now is located sev- ral blocks west of the new site on the old Humbert road. It was somewhat isolated when the new route for the road was laid. One business man said that he expected more merchants to take advantage of the open spaces ^along the road and he felt that someday that might be the new shopping district of Upper Alton. Merchants in the present Upper Alton business district are battling a parking problem. Continued meetings are Jield in an attempt to get off'street parking but the only concrete plan to re- iievc the situation was blocked by protests of residents. AUTQ MISHAP OCCURS ON COLLEGE AVENUE An automobile accident occurred in the 2400 bloqk of College Ave., Monday, 4:40 p.m., police reported today. Drivers were listed as Mi's. Opal T. Freshour, 806 Arch St., and Arthur Burns, 1740 Market St. it ve/y far. This was not onh' obvious but Mrs, Freshour was pulling from a parking place when the mishap occurred. Both cars were headed east. SEEK DRAG RACERS ON RODGERS AVE. Police raced to the 1700 block of Rodgers Ave. Monday, 8:30 p.m., after residents complained that • couple of automobiles were being used in a drag race on the narrow street. The youths were gone. DONALP SAWYER NOT SUBIOUSLY INJURED Donald Sawyer, 1202 Rock Spring pf., who was injured in a dive off a board at Roxaoa swimming pool Saturday night, remained In the hospital today but there were Indications that 10 days. His condition has Improved. NA/ARENES ELECT CHURCH OFFICERS Hillcrest Church of the Nazarene has closed its assembly year and officers for the current year were elected at a meeting last week. Lester Scoft was elected Sunday School superintendent. Board. of trustee members elected were: Robert DaUghhe- lee, Russell ' Dickerson, Elvis Ruttry, Howard Foils and Wayne Spates. Elected to the board of stewards were: Mrs. Lester Bourland, chairman; Mrs. Samuel Redman;. Francis Gilbert, Mrs. Lester Whyers, and Earl Stilley. Church school board members elected were: Mrs. Robert Weathers, chairman; Mrs. Russell Dickerson, Mrs. Elvis Buttry, Mrs. Robert Daughhetee and Mrs. Elmer Shaw. Congregation will meet Wednesday evening to elect a missionary society president and officers for the year. The Rev. Bob Weathers, pastor, was re-called for a three year period. He and Mrs. Weathers have been here somewhat more than 1% years. They came from Tulsa, Okla. The church has made strides in the past year. Largest project was the purchase of two lots and a house adjacent to the church building. The house is being converted into a parsonage and two rooms! KlirilshcllCV Arrives are being added. The lots will be which is being erected adjacent; to the parsonage at Sering and; Hillcrest avenues. The old church | bu'Idlng, still in use on Main street, has been put up for sale. CAR AND GIRL, 10, GONE, POLICE UNRAVEL MVStERY Resistance was beyond a 10- year-old girl who was left in an automobile wjth the motor run- Monday and thus touched oft a frenzied search that quick' ly Involved the police department. The mother and girl drove from their home in Milton and parked in the 400 1 block of E. Broadway. When 'the mother came back from running an errand, child and car were gone. She made a quick search and then called in police. They found that a child answering a descrlp- in the vicinity of the Brown Mot or Coach Co, bus station on Front street.,She was not seen to enter the station, however, so the police decided that she had not been taken, or worse still, had not been whisked away by bus. The mother, meanwhile, had continued her own search. She found the child walking along E. Broadway, little disturbed. Because the situation called for drama, the girl launched into a story that she was driven away by two men, who abandoned her ant: the car. This didn't take with tin mother and the girl gave the true version. She admitted she could not resist trying to drive the aulomo- Hearing Wednesday On Godfrey Problem Street GODFREY—A public hearing on a petition seeking to turn over maintenance if Northmoor place to the township will be held Wednesday, 10 a.m. Hearing will be conducted on Northmoor by Harry Kluge. superintendent of the county highway department. Petitioner is the Gtazebrook Agency which has B subdivision in an area on the western end of the street. A hearing conducted by Harry C. Ho^aday, Godfrey township road commissioner, was held on the matter about a month ago. Protests from some of the residents on the street, led to the Qlazebrook Agency appealing the question to the county highway superintendent. Northmoor is a privately owned street. Godfrey Firemen Plan Dance, Fish Boosters fish Fry Tonight At East Alton EAST ALTON - The Boosters' 001 *' CU'ttS Club fish fry for benefit of thej Theft of a $115 set of golf clubs North Alton Karl L. Monroe Heads New GAR CIRCLE 126 tO MEKf FRIDAY GAR Circle, 126, will hold an all-day meeting, Friday at the home of Mrs. John Kinser, 2508 Tibbitt St. A dessert luncheon will be served at 12:30. REPORTS 1115 SET OF Mu'ny Baseball League, will be continued this evening, it was announced today. Due to the Inclement weather Monday evening, many persons holding tickets for the affair. failed to attend so a repent Is planned for tonight-^ The same menu will be offered and the fry will be from 4:30 until 9 p.m. at the, playgrounds. Names of winners in the ticket sale contest will be announced Wednesday, a spokesman for the stated. Alton Woman _ . NamedDefendant try in September f n c .. J r In Damage &ttit X"i*"^T-»* T.t*F /••» _ _lr _ «» . i ' .. *•* GODFREY — Godfrey Volunteer Fire Department made plans at a meeting Monday night at the fire station for a benefit dance and fish fry in September. Proceeds will go toward pur- bile. She said that she didn't drivelchasing fire fighting equipment. The event: will replace the annual carnival which the firemen held helpful to the police who werejeach year, up to two years ago. still looking fpr the automobile. They found it parked, somewhat awkwardly, in ' Lincoln Douglas square. A man sitting in the car, still stunned, said he had seen a child drive the car to the spot and then get out and walk. He wasn't sure, but he thought the girl not so much stopped the car but that the car stopped the girl. She had trouble keeping the motor going and it appeared to have died just about where it was parked. BREAK IN AT STOBBS' TIRE BARX A break-in at- Stobbs tire barn at 3525 College Ave. was reported to the sheriff's office Monday and investigated by Deputy Paul Turner of Alton. Two white sidewall automobile tires valued at $100 were stolen from the "tire barn," Deputy Turner was informed by the operator, Edward S. Stobbs. Investigation showed a padlock on the front door had been knocked off to gain admittance. to raise funds. A movie on fire fighting techniques was shown at the regular monthly meeting. Godfrey WSCS To Meet Thursday GODFREY — Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet at ' Godfrey Methodist Church, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Charles Carlton will be the program leader. Mrs. George Adair will be the devotional leader. Topic of the meeting wjll be 'March of Missions Through the World". Mrs. Charles Biellier and Mrs. John Curtis Jr. will be hostesses. used for car parking space. The annual encampment is underway at Nazarene Acres near Springfield. An encampment for girls at the spot will open next week. Two carloads of girls from the Hillcrest church will attend. Mrs. Elvis Buttry and Mrs. Lester Whyers will be counselors. FREE METHODIST YOUTH SET PICNIC SATURDAY Young people of Free Methodist Church will have a picnic at Beaver Dam Saturday afternoon. Election of officers for the conference year will be held during a short business meeting. 1 In other news: Women's Missionary Society will have the annual picnic Thursday evening at Rock Spring Park. A brief business session will he held. Several families from the church will attend the district camp meeting at Greenville, which opens July 16. The Rev. K. P. Mayhew, pastor of the Main Street Church, , will be youth adviser of the encampment. The Rev. L. A. Robart, of Grand Rapids. Mich.,' will be the camp evangelist. He will speak daily. The Rev. B. F. Hibbett, district superintendent, will be in charge of the encampment which will close July'27. Work is progressing on the new Free Methodist C li u r o h In East Berlin .BERLIN (AP) - Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev arrived on a visit to East Berlin today and called fpr a harder fight against plans of West Germany to equip its army with nuclear and rocket weapons. Khrushchev heads' a six-man delegation from Moscow to tKe East German Communist Party Congress. It opens Thursday and continues to July 16. He received a cool welcome. East German officials, and organ ized delegations were on hand t cheer. But there was only scat tered handclapping from other in the crowd. During his stay here he is ex pected to give the East Germany party bosses the latest Kremlin line. Supervisors Want Patrons To Be Happy HARRISBURG (AP)-Are they happy in Cower Paxton Town ship? Is so, why? This is what residents of the township are being asked in a questionnaire circulated by the Board of Supervisors. "I admit this type of survey i rather unusual," Robert R. Roe buck, chairman of the supervisor said. "But it will help in making future plans for the growing town ship." Bomb Wrecks Store in Beirut BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) — An incendiary bomb wrecked Beirut's leading 5 and 10 cent store to day, killing or wounding at least; 2U persons. The store was crowded when the bomb went off at 10 a. m. in a soft drink delivery truck parked in front of the building. It was the worst act of terrorism in Beirut since a bomb exploded in a crowded streetcar May 26, killing 6 and wounding 20 persons. The bombings are the work of extremists among the Lebanese rebels trying to enforce a general strike called in an effort to paralyze the government. The explosion occurred after EDWARDSVILLE - An Aton woman was named defendant in a $75,000 damage suit filed late Monday in Circuit Court here as the result of a two-car collision July 7, 1956, on U. S. Highway 67 at its intersection with Missouri Route 94 (St. Charles Road) near West Alton, Mo. Plaintiff in the suit was Thornas Moray, Chicago, who named Mary Johnson of Alton as defendant. Moray averred he had stopped his northeast-bound car on U.S. 67 at the Route 94 Intersection, and after signalling for a left turn, was- turning into Route 94 when the Alton ^voman driving in the same direction and to the rear, attempted to pass on the left side, causing a collision. Moray asked $75,000 damages for his injuries, medical and hospital expenses, and impairment of his earning ability. Hospital Note* EDWARDSVILLE — One area resident was admitted Monday to St. Joseph's Hospital. Highland, one patient was discharged and one birth was recorded. Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Tracy, Route 3, was a daughter weighing nine pounds five ounces at 6:39 a.m. Monday. The mother is the former Lucille Knecht. Admitted was Wallace Behler. from his parked truck was reported to police Monday by jClaudc Davis, operator of the North Side Body Shop nt 2355 State St. Davis said the theft apparently occurred while his truck was standing unattended for a short time outside his business place Saturday. STRAY DOG'S HEAD HAS NO NEOKI BODIES Police received a report today from the State Laboratory in East St. Louis that preliminary examination of the head of the stray dog, which had been seen near the William Cope residence on Mildred street, the past few weeks, revealed no negrl bodies. The dog, which was found dead in. Cope's shod, last work, had bitten at least two children in that area recently. Reports were also received that the same dot; had bitten one nr two children several months ago. Further examination of the head is being made, police were informed. EUGENE STREET RESIDENTS PETITION CITY COUNCIL Eight property owners on Eugene street . — said to be one ol the last "private" streets in the city — have petitioned City Council to accept the street with the understanding that they are willing to pay half the cost of paving it by. the local improvement plan. The petition has been filed with City Clerk Price to go before the aldermanic meeting. Wednesday night. Heading the list of signers is R. A. Kilgo. , , Eugene is a short street extending westerly from State south of Rozier. .Sought by the property owners is to have their street improved under the city's "50-50 participation" program in the same manner that two other Northside streets, Mather and Theresa, now are being improved. The type of improvement asked is a bituminous surface, stone County School Trustees EDWARDSVILLE — Karl L. Monroe of Collinsville was elected president of the Madison County Board of School Trustees at the group's reorganization meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday inl he courthouse offices of County Supt. of Schools George T. Wilkins. Monroe, a holdover member of he board whose term empires in 1962. succeeds Gordon Burroughs of Edwardsville as board president. Seated fof six-year terms at the meeting were E. J. Miller of Madison, newly-elected member succeeding Lloyd Williams, also of Madison, Burroughs and Leonard Turnbull, Granite City. Burroughs and Turnbull, original members of the board were re- •lected to six-year terms at the April primary in Madison County, when Miller was named to his first term. Except for seating of thr three members elected at the primary, approval of minutes of the previous meeting comprised the on- Iv business Monday evening. 225 South Main St. Leroy Eickmann, 1010 .Randlej'. based pavement, with concrete curbs and gutters. Circle EDWARDSVILLE—Eden Circle 8 will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. :n the church parlors. Devotions will be in charge of Miss Esther Bettman and Mrs. Vernon Keller. Hostesses will be Mis. Alvin C. Behm and Mrs. George Bollman. Circle 5 of '*e Eden Women's Guild will nvst at 2 p.'n. Thur- day on the first floor of the church. Hostesses for the meeting will be Mrs. Anna Burk, Mrs. Anna Bettman, Mrs. Tillie Sphmidt Harrelsou To Assist At Model Plane Meet EAST ALTON — James Harrelson, 315 Fifth St., will assist as a director at the Nationa Championship Model Airplane meet to be held at Glenview Navy Airbase in Chicago. The contest will be an event of July 22-26 and officials will be housed in the Navy facilities at the field, Harrelson stated. Harrelson has been assigned Holdover members of the board in addition to the new president. Karl L. Monroe, am Willard G. Flags of Ft. Russell Township. John R. Walker of Wood Rivet Township and Elmer Ruehrup, Alhamhra. Four regular meetings of the board are set by statute, with the next to be held on the first Monday in October. Other regu lar meetings during the year are on the first Monday in January April and July. W. W. Neclv's Will Filed In Probate Court EDWARDSVILLE—Under terms of their joint will, filed in Probate Court, Mrs. Mary Ann Neely of Alton receives all personal property and a life interest in real es ate held by her husband. Walter \V. Neely, a retired employe of Al on Box Board Co., who died June 8. The will, executed three days before Neely's death, directed that he real estate upon the death oi :he survivor of the couple, is to je converted to cash for division among the following children; Clent Neely, Hillsboro, 111.; Margaret Jones, Hay ward, Calif.; Har; old Neely, Springfield; Cecilia Manns, Moro; 'Darlene Duvall Pasadena, Tex.; Nadine Kelly Norris City, 111.; Fern Vogelpohl East Alton; -Paul Neely, Dorothy Rcxford, Ruth Ann Schelm, Kenneth Neely, Josephine Neely, Lucille McAfoos, Lorraine McGar vey, Gerald Cole, Edna McBride and Naomi Middleton, all of Alton. Value of the estate was not shown in the petition for probate, filed by the widow and set for hearing July 30 in Probate Court. The will named the survivor of the couple as executor. South Roxatia WSCS To Meet Wednesday SOUTH ROXANA—The Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church will meet at I p.m. Wednesday at the church. Mrs. Charles Norville will lead the esson, Mrs. Lloyd Ellis will read he drvotionals and hostesses are Mrs. Nellie Tribout and Mrs. Virginia Cuthrcll. Return from Michigan SOUTH ROXANA-Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cunningham and their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cunningham and children, 3nrbara Dean and Larry Joe, sprnt the weekend in Watervliet, Mich., visiting Mrs. J. S. Cunning- lam's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fuller. Honored on Birthday SOUTH ROXANA-Mr. and Mrs. Darnel Holder had a supper Sunday evening for members of their families in honor of the eighth birthday of their daughter. Dar- Inne Joy. Guests wprn Mr. and Mrs. Oliver A. Rutz and daughter. Carol Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Lestm Miller and children, Debby am: Denise, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rutz all of Edwardsville. Monday Mrs. Holder entertalnec the neighborhood children to celebrate Darlenc's birthday. Carbondale Driver's License Reinstated CARBONDALE, lit (API- The secretary of state has reinstaiec the driver's license of a Carbon dale man in the face of a cour fight over suspension of the li cense. Merle G. Wright said Monday the suspension has been dropped and he is dropping his suit against the secretary of state's office. The suspension was ordered May 10, more than two months after Wright was involved in a minor traffic crash near Carbondale. He was fined $30 on a reckless driving charge after the crash Feb. 24. 9 To Report For Induction Wednesday EDWARDSVILLE - five Alton area young men and four from the Sdwardsville area will report for nduction into the armed Wednesday morning, the Madfsort County Selective Service headquarters announced today. Slated to report are: Thomas (ale Turnbull. William Floyd :hamplin. William Earl Batnes, ..arry Edgar Hopper (a vdhfn- eer), all from Alton, and Robert Jean Forsee, South Roxana. From Edwardsville area^lhe men are: John Thomas Htiod, Ralph Edward Warfield, both 'rom Collinsville, Christian : ^Am Bargctzi Jr., Highland, and rtoy Harris, Troy. August induction calls from tha county were listed by the board as five from Alton on Aug. 6. our from Edwardsville on Aug. 6 and five from Granite City on Aug. 20. Calls for physical examination are 20 from Alton on Aug. 13, six 'rom Edwardsville on Aug. 6 and 'our from Granite City on Aug. 20. Pair Fight; Knife Vs. Bow & Arrows CHICAGO (AP> — Police broke up a fight Monday night between two men, one armed with a knite, his opponent with a bow and arrows. Sgt. Victor Carlson and Police, man John Curtin said the trouble started when Charles Bateo, 37, arrived to visit his former wife Dorothy, 34, at the home of Elder: Carlson 27. Carlson and Bateo, police said, started arguing and Bateo drew a knife. .Carlson got his bow and three steel-tipped arrows. As Bateo started to drive away from Carlson's North Side home. Carlson hit Bateo's car with one arrow. At that time, Sgt. Carlson and Curtin drove up and took both men in. They were held for further questioning. Italy's largest sewing-machine plant employs 4,600 workers and produces a machine, every 27 seconds on the basis of a 44-houi week, in Pavia. Near Edwardsville Armed Bandits Hold Up Tavern; Escape With $300 EDWARDSVILLE—Three armed robbers held up the Friendly Tavern, 1513 Troy Rd.. about 11:45 p.m. Monday night, slug- «l.Il« ie in and Mr, Eileen McNeil*. .« RIMINIER YOUR UMIR AIT9N JEWELER POR VOMR • WATCHW t DIAMONDS OHMlA.M.t«f f I IRVIN JEWELER 4*lft4*ri I If<• Smart! She'll have nothing but Miltoi Cleinirt SANITONI PRY Clf AIMING for this dress! Y««; this dr«u will always be Sanitont Dry Cleaned twcauae that'» the cheapest beauty insurance for clothe*. It gets them so much cleaner . t. keep* colon bright... retain* the look and feel of newneae so much longer. So, try ue for all your dr*«M* •no 1 SEE tht difference! Call on u. for tervic* today I • Milton Cleaners 112PUUt*lMd Pfc N* Hrkiif toMfnu-OrN Nil downtown Beirut. Salary Inequality CHICAGO Iff 1 )— The salary of the average Negro pastor in the Methodist Church is $2,301, while the average salary o£ white pastors is $4,733, says a report on the church's jurisdlctional system published in the denominational juornal, New Christian Advocate, w»h the «A» H.. Kiitiwll Unit <o M«-e( n,»cs, Tuesday; the "BV Speed EDWARDSVILLE— The Ft. Rue-jRaces Wednesday, and will serve sell Home Bureau will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Emil Paul. Major lesson will be given by Mrs. Ray Werts and Mrs. Henry Cooper. Selected subject will be by 4-H Club girls. President Woodrow Wilson is buried in Washington Cathedral, Washington, D.C as events director for the Junior Navy Carrier Event Friday and (he Senior* Navy Carrier event Saturday. One of the advisors of the East Alton Airfoilcrs Model Airplane Club, Harnelson also is a District director of contests in this area. To Speak at Convention muffler. George described two of the men as youthful looking. One, he said, was between IT and If ging a customer in the process, years old, about 5 feet 7 inches and escaped with $300 from the cash register, Police Chief John Hartung reported today. Hartung said he was told by the owner of the tavern, Patrick C. George, that the unidentified customer • was slugged with a pistol by one of the robbers when the customer attempted to hit the bandit with a chair. Apparently the customer was not hurt, it was reported. George told Hartung that the Edward H. Paeltx of Larledej'hree came .into Ihe tavern, sat Steel' Co.. Alton, will sprak at,down, and about 10 minutes lat- the Sixth National Industrial Pho-jer <« : o of the men pulled revolv- topraphic Conference, it was announced today by James B. Cooper Jr., of the Willow Run Laboratories, Ypsilanti, Mich., chairman of the conference. Topic of Paeltz's talk will be "Don 1 ! Sell the Photograph — Sell the Services!" The conference will be held from July 20 through July 25 in Chicago. tall, weighing about 150 pounds and wearing a red shirt and blue jeans. The second man svas described as between 17 and 20 years ol age, 6-feet tall, weighing about 150 pounds and wearing a blue shirt and blue jeans. The third man was between 3C and 35 years old, about 5 feet 1C inches, 165 pounds and dressed in a tan sports coat and hat. Police were following several leads today including a report that the youth in the red shirt was called "Ronnie." ers and forced him to lip on the floor. While one of the robbers held a gun on him, George said, a third, armed with a knife, emptied the cash register. The three then ran out and escaped in what was, described as an old, dark car, possibly a 1947 or 1949 Chevrolet or Nash with a loud Husbands! Wives! 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