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rHE REGISTER'NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1966 DEATHS Clyde C. Miller Dies; Bluford Rites Thursday ay <ie C. Miller, 70, of Blvrford, died at 2:00 p.m. Monday at Good Samaritan Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday at the Bluford Funeral Home with the Rev. Lester Bree:!e and the Rev. Frank Brookman officiating. Burial wlU be in East Hickory Hill cemetery near Bluford. The body will lie in state at the Bluford Funeral Hojpe where friends may call after 6:00 p.m. Wednesday. Mr. Miller was bom Sept. 23, 1896, in Webber township, the son of B. F, and Etta (Pepple) Miller. On Nov. 10, 1917, he was. married to Eftio Clemins, who survives. He is also survived by four daughters, Mrs. Eileen Austin and "Mrs. Margie Taylor, both ol Centralia, Mrs. Rosemary Thora- ason of Bluford, and Mrs. Violet Draper of Midland. Tex.; three sisters, Mre. Verta Miniter, Mre. Vana Fulwider, and Mrs. Violet Outland, all of Mt. Vernon. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a son. Mr. Miller, a retired employ of the Illinois Central Railroad at Bluford, was a member of the Brotheihood of Locomotive, Firemen, and Engineers, No. 31. Weather- Here And Elsewhere MT. VERNON WEATHER Monday high 60, tow 33. Rainfall :1566 to dale 29,94 inches. One year ago high 68. low 60. Five years ago high 57, low 46. Ten years ago high 68, low 40. Wednesday sunrise 6:46, sunset 4:43, (C.S.T.) The Weather Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS lligll Low I'r. Albany, clear 46 32 Albuquerque, clear _ 67 36 Atlanta, clear 62 Bismarck, cloudy .... 34 Boise, cloudy Boston, clear Buffalo, cloudy Chicago, clear . $20,000 Suit Here Settled Out Of Court 60 45 49 44 13 54 37 30 Robert Fletcher Of Bluford Dies; Wayne City Rites Robert Paul Fletcher, 55, of Bluford died at 8:45 a. m. Monday at Good Sanutritan Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday at Richardson Chapel in Wayne City. IBurial will be in Thomason cemetery. The body will lie in state at Richardson Chapel where friends may call after 2:30 p.m. today. Mr. Fletcher was bom Dec. 8, 1910, in Jefferson county, the son of Frank and Amelia (Britton) Fletjcher. He was married to Fat Cbam- bUsa, who survives. He is also siurvived by two daitghtetv, BilUe Gibson of Stone Park, OL, and Bobbie Fletcher, at home; two brothers, Jess Fletcher of Dayton, O., and John Fletcher of Lock-, pjrt, m.; two sisters^ Mrs. Mafc tie Howell of Bluford, and F^ar- ence Green of Mt V«xnpn; and two grandchildren. Mi\ Fletcher, a veteran of Wnrld War Two, was: employed as a carman with the lUimis Central Railroad at EUuford; 43 39 Cincinnati, cloudy 55 33 Cleveltind, cloudy „ 50 25 Deliver, cloudy — 60 40 £>es Moines, cloudy 51 41 Detroit, clear 47 24 Fairbanks, clear .... -22 -32 Fort Worth, clear _.. 73 41 Helena, cloudy 62 42 HonoliUu, cloudy ...... 84 71 Indianapolis, clear - 56 30 Jacksonville, clear _ 63 49 Juneau, snow 23 19 Kansas City, clear .. 67 51 Los Angeles, clear .. 70 56 Louisville, dear 56 31 Memphis, clear 64 37 Miami, clear ... 76 56 Milwaukee, clear 37 29 Mpls.-St.P., cloudy « 31 28 New Orleans, clear _ 71 53 New York, clear ...... 48 39 Okla. City, clear 71 44 Omaha, cl6ar _ 54 49 Philadelphia, cloudy 49 33 Phoenix, clear ...» 85 50 Pittsburglj, dear 55 24 PtlnO, Me., dear .38 32 Ptlnd. Ore., rain 53 49 Rapid City, dear 48 36 Richn(iond, dear 57 30 St Louis, clear 61 37 Salt Lk. City, cloudy 65 46 San Diego, cloudy ... 66 59 San Fran., rain 65 59 Seattle, cloudy 48 45 Tampa, clear 77 56 Washington, cloudy 54 38 Winnipeg, dear 22 19 M^MIssing STATE TEMPE«ATURES M .23 A $20,000 injui-y lawsuit has been settled out of court here. The suit is Qinnil Pickard vs. Bob Martin and Frank Bailey, doing business as Big Star Food Center. The plaintiff sought $20,000 for injuries allegedly suffered in a fall at the store on December 11, 1964. After the parties annoiuiced that the suit had been compromised and settled, it was dismissed by A.s.sociate Judge Alvin Lacy Williams. Details of the settlement were not announced. ASTRONAUTS LAND IN SEA NEAR SHIP (Continued from Page 1) Markets Mt. Vernon Hog Market Prices paid until 12:30 p.m. today were 15c higher. The top was 19.65 for 190 to 320 lb. hogs. Sows were 16.75 for 300 weight down; sows 300 weight and over 16.50, down. Boars were 13.00 and 13.50. After 12:30 p.m. today prices will be based on next day's prices. Mt. Vernon Grain The following prices were quoted in Mt. Vernon this afternoon; Soybeans 2.80. New shell coi-n 1.26. ing spacecraft could not last 14 days..., The difficulties involved tour of 16 maneuvering thrusters and power-producing fuel cells, which required frequent purges of hydrogen and oxygen to prevent pressure buildup. The voltage in the electi-ical system also dipped low and the astronauts were told to turn off certain equipment. Another problem cropped up at breakfast today with the faili ure of a water gun used to re- hydrate food. I CHICAGO (AP) - Chicago Gemini 12, with three of its 16 Mercantile Exchange — Butter maneuvering jets not working 93 score AA 67; 92 A 67; 90 B at full capacity, limped slightly ,65%; 89 C e&W, cars 90 B 66%; St. Louis Produce ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eggs, consumer grades: A large 43-i3, A mediuni 39-41, A small 27-29, B large 39-41; wholesale grades, standard 37-39, unclassified 39- Sl, cftecks 21-32. Hens, heavy 14-13; light over S lbs 9 -10; under 5 lbs no price; broilers and ifryers 25"^-25%. Ch lease Produce CHICIAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Live poultry: roasters 23-25 i4; special fed white rock fryers ,18 %-20; young hen turkeys 30-32; young torn tux'keys 27-29; geese 31-33. on the way home. The trouble was not serious and its only effect was to curtailsome experi- I C 65. Eggs firm; 70 per cent or better grade A whites 48V2; mixed .57 .29 .87 Hospitol Notes Jefferson Memorial Admitted: William Edward Butier, Swing. Marina Merle Jackson. 2208 Cherry. Mildred Hope FraUcy, Belle Rive. Sandra Marie Ne!VComb, Centralia. Oificfaaised: Mrs. Carolyn Houseworth and baby. David Wayne, Opclyke. GOOD SAMARHAN Admitted: Arbia Woods, Cairo. Nettie Jolly, Hickory Grove Manor. Florence Case, Bluford. Jewell Thompson, 1104 south 13th. Noel Gray, 3110 Broadway. aai -a Franks, Ashley. Caiolyn Allen, 1405 south 26th. Brenda Sullivan, 101 Bums. Jimmie Miller, RFD 1. Scotty Thomton, 1022 south 12lh. Elliott Eiler, 1110 Park Avenue. Maymie Barker, 1217 south 13th. Delia Gowler, 1409 Jones. Mrs. Loratta Bruning and baby, William Adam III. Mui-freeabott), Tenn. Victor Lacey, Waltonville. Flossie EUei-, 1217 north 9th. Hazol Memmer, RFD 5. Ramona ElUston, Waltonville. RED GUNNERS DOWN 3 YANK HELICOPTERS split BeUeviUe 58 31 Moline 51 30 Peoria _ .... . 52 31 Quincy 56 35 Rockford ^ 25 Springfield . 55 32 Vandalia 59 31 East Dubuque . 43 31 Chicago Midway 44 32 Chicago Grant Park 43 39 SODWEST liladison 38 23 South Bend 45 31 Paducah — 60 31 ILLINOIS WEATHER By rmn A880CUTED PRESS Blinois enjoyed sunny and ments Uiat required pointing the 43; mediums 4OV2; standards 42. spacecraft. ' Lovell and spacewalk champion Aldrin accomplished most of their assignments. Drifting for long periods in orbit to conserve fuel, the bearded spacemen sat back and listened to high fidelity music LIVESTOCK NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (AP) — Estimates for Wednesday: Hogs 7,000; cattle 1,500; calves 150; sheep 500. Hogs 8,000. 190-240 lb barrows Elect Negro As Mayor Of Flint, Mich. FLINT, Mich. (AP) - Floyd J. McCree, a soft-spoken foundry foreman, is the first Negro mayor of this southeast Michigan industrial city of 200,000. He was elected Monday night at the City Commission meeting where he went to begin a fiftli term as 3rd Ward commissioner. McRee said that he never dreamed he would be mayor of any city, let alone one as big as Flint. McCi'ee says he is moderate on racial issues. He has in the past spoken agamst alleged police brutality in Flint, but has praised the work of the police department on other occasions. He is a strong advocate of open housing and equal employment oppoi-tunities, McCree has his own definition of "black power," the term used by Stokley Carmichael, chaii> man of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee. McO'ee says the racial climate in Flint is good but he is concerned with issues other than those stemming from race. In his race for re-election, fluoridation of the water supply was the major issue. Under the city charter, the mayor's duties are limited to chairing the City Commission, a legislative body, and to appointing advisory commissions. A city manager handles most of the administrative duties. Until he was made a foreman two years ago, McCree worked on an assembly line in the General Motors Buick Division foundry. He lives in Flint with his wife and four children. piped over the radio network and gilts 19.75-20.600; 300-650 lbs from mission contixil In Hous- 1 sows 16.00-17.50. ton, Tex. Sot Spree Records The thruster proljlera and oth- CattJe 3,500, calves 250, good to choice steers 22.50-25.25, good and choice heifers 22.00-24.00; er minor troubles did not stop ^ows 16.00-18.00; good to choice Lovell and Aldrin from establishing a number of space firsts. Among tliem: —Man's longest space walk, a 2-hour, 9-minute excursion by Aldrin during which he proved tliat, with proper pacing and equipment, man can work effectively outside an oi'biting vehicle. vealers 25.00-35.00; good and choice calves 18.00-23.00. Sheep 300; good to prime wooled lambs 18.00-22.50; ewes 5.00-8.00. Negro Girl Robs Milwaukee Bank MILWAU^~(AP)-A small, poised Negro girl held up a North Side branch of the First Wisconsin National Bank Monday afternoon and walked away With an estimated $1,954. Police said the girl, about 5 feet tall and 17 or 19 years old, entered the bank around 1:30 While a dozen pati-ols were present and placed a note on the counter where teller Ivlrs. Loret- USED MAIL TRUCK Stole $250,000 Goods From Montgomery Ward He's Reprimanded Navy Captain Lived In Saigon With Chinese Girl TREASURE ISLAND, Calif. (AP) — Capt. Archie Kuntze plans to retire from the Navy following his conviction by q court-martial on three counts of misconduct involving a young Chinese beauty in Viet Nam. The board that found him guilty Monday cleared him ol three other general and 15 specific charges. He headed the $60-million Saigon supply depot before the Army took it over last May. The board sentenced Kuntze to a reprimand and a loss of 100 numbers on the promotion priority list tor captains. He could have received 32 months hard labor, dismissal from the service and loss of pay and allowances. A decorated veteran of 24 years service, Kuntze said at a news conference that he will retire before the end of the year after surgei-y for an old leg injury. He is eligible for a $700 monthly pension. The board of three admirals and six captains found him guilty of a general charge of conduct unbecoming an officer and specific charges that he lived with Jannie Suen, 26, in his official quartere, allowed her to use a government vehicle and imported 250 yards of cloth by government plane for personal use. She has vanished. CHICAGO (AP) — Police wound up months of Investigation Monday in the theft of 5250,000 in merchandise from Montgomery Ward * Co. by arresting three men. Charged with granS theft were Leonard A. Green, 30, a substitute mail carrier; Horace Banks, a Ward 's employe, and Mose Chambers, owner of a West Side garage. They were arrested behind Chambers' garage by postal inspectors who said they found parked there a truck containing $5 ,000 in stolen goods. No federal charges were filed. The three were tmned over to police. Martin MoGee, postal inspector in charge, gave newsmen the following description of tlie alleged operation. "Green would drive a post of- tioe truck to a loading dock at a Ward's mail order warehouse. The nien then would load goods in the truck and drive to Chambers' garage where arrangements would be made to sell the merchandise. McGee said the men didn't arouse suspicion for months by driving the truck to the warehouse. He explained that it was Nab Convicts Who Seized Two Guards CHICAGO (AP) - Police captured two fugitives from a Texas prison today after they allegedly abducted two university guards and a truck driver in a wild dash across Illinois. Authorities also were hunting two men who they believe took part in the prison break last week but separated from those arrestedL Chicago officers seized Lester Roy Brown, 39, and Frank Carmichael, 34, In a North Side hotel. They had fled the Darrington State Penitentiary in Texas. Police in Norma), II)., site of Illinois State University, where two members of the security force were abducted, said they believe that two other fugitives, James Foster, 23, ai^ Douglas Smith, 30, may have come to Illinois with Brown and Carmichael. When traced to the hotel Brown and Carmichael were carrying guns taken from the university guards, police reported. Two gunmen abducted the guards Monday night as they investigated a car parked near Wilkins Hall on the campus. Oiicago police began search' Cash Grain CHICAGO (AP)-Wheat No. 2, hard 1.75n; No. 2 red 1.75n. ta Barnes, 22. was stationed. ^Most time working outside a ' Com No. 2 yeUow 1.34-36n. Oats I The note stated, "Don't panic, spacecraft, a total of 5 hours 36 No. 2 heavy white 79n. Soybeans I have a gun. Give me the mon- rainutes by Aldiin, including , No. 1 yellow 3.01n. ey and you won't get hurt." two "space stands" in which he tlirust the upper pai't of his body througli an open hatch. The tliree sessions outside also was a record. •Most space flight time. Lov ell established this the minute he i-ocketed into space and add- Soybean oil 10.92n. Mi-s. Barnes said the girl lifted a pistol partly out of her hapdbag. The teller pushed money forward and the girl Morse To Lead Fight On LBJ DURHAM, N,C. (AP) — Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore., one of President Johnson's most outspoken critics, says he personally will lead a fight against the President's renominadon in 1968 unless Johnson takes a sharp turn in foreign policy. "The U.S. should stop playing its unilateral role around the J making his margin over Davis woiid," Morse told a news con-, 66 votes. Green's legitimate duty to Pick'-.^^^ X , up catalogs for maihng. | ^^^^^ Keith Lltchfieid. 42, of Peoria, reported two men in a police car stopped him early today on U-S 150 west of Bloomington. Litchfield said the two pointed guns at him, climbed into his truck and forced him to drive them to Chicago. They got out of the U-uck at 39th Street and The canvass of last week's South Parkway, he said. Jeffei-son county election was Tlie two security guai^, Ron- more than half finished at 1:00 aid Norfleet, 27, and Raymond o'clock this afternoon, with few Vossler, 33, were left handcuffed minor changes tabulated. I ^ the wheel of one of their , There was a five-vote change squad cars, which their abduc- in the only close county race- abandoned in a ditch near In County Election Canvass Is Half Finished; Barton Picks Up 5 Votes $1 Million Missing Fairfield Banker Is Paroled WASHINGTON (AP) - Lee Roy Brown of Fairfield, 111., has been granted a parole from a 10-year prison term for embezzlement of about $1 million in bank funds. A Justice Department spokesman said today the parole, ajv proved by tlie U.S. Parole Board, will be effective Nov. 21. Brown was committed to tho Terre Haute, Ind., federal pen- Itentiaiy Nov. 10, 1964 after he was sentenced Oct. 1964 for embezzlement of the money from a Fairfield bank. The spokesman said the board does not make public reasons for granting or rejecting paroles. The board's decision was made last Wednesday. between Dewey Barton and Lester Davis for county clerk. On the basis of complete but imofficial retmtis Barton was elected by a Slrvote margin. During the canvassing this morning Barton picked up five Louisiana license plates. Nor- more votes in Shiloh precinct 4, ^j^j police said. Danvei-s after taking the guards' guns. The second squad car was found abandoned near Carlock, eight miles north of Normal. The car in which the men were sitting in Nbnnal liad ference prior to an address Monday at Duke University. "We can't poUce the world," j Morse added. I The Oregon Democrat said he does not believe President Johnson will be renominated in 1968 .unless he changes U.S. foreign policy. The canvass will be completed late today. Mt. V. Sergeant 3 Legislators Warn Kerner Of Menard Peril CHESTER, 111. (AP)- Three Wall Street - NEW YORK (AP)—The stock i- ...... ,„u />* • ^ ,^k.l ''"n "ouse uismct nave teie- , market cut losses early this aft-! u"?"^? ''J^" Jowlv r /oJt^^ Going tO Viet Nom graphed Gov. Otto Komer that ' emoon as steels advanced. Re- walked slowly out of the. » ther is a "serwus and explosive 150 Men Battle St. Louis Blaze ST. LOUIS, Mo. (AP) — A general alarm fire destroyed a west St. Louis industrial btiUd- ng Monday night and damaged two others, causing a loss in excess of $100,000. The blaze broke out in a two- state representatives from the building of Electro 57lti House District have tele- mad weather today with read-,'- ^^^^ ings generally a few degrees warmer than those of Monday. Air moving in from the Gulf had been timed at 13 days, 8 hours, with his Gemini 7 com- Of Mexico was expected to bring Borman. even warmer weather Wednesday. In northern Illinois tempera-' phei-e, by Lovell as Gemini 12 tures were heading into the 50s public Steel raised its dividend. Trading was moderate. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was off 1.12 at 812.63. The over-all market continued -First pictures of a solardecline as the Street showed eclipse taken above the atmos- i ^""^"^^^ caution m the face of panion. Air Force Col. Frank Devices, Inc. Fire C3iief Joseph FiniUey ms. Barnes notified her su- ^r. and iVIrs. Marion Starr of tiary, it was announced today, penor, who sounded an alarm. 1 1029 south 20th, Mt. Vernon, will Reps. James D. Holloway of Witnesses said the girl bandit, - ' ran southward in the busy shop- wid said more than 150 firemen helped battle the blaze, leaving 8-Year-Old Boy Struck By Auto, Seriously Hur^ An eight-year-old Mt. Vernon boy was struck by a car and seriously injured at 5:10 p. m. Monday. Scotty James Thomton, 1022 south 12th street, suffered a head injury and a severe leg fractiu'e. He was reported in satisfactory condition this morning at Good Samaritan Hospital. The boy was struck, in the 1000 block of south 12th, by a car driven by Letta V. Badgett, 71, of Route 5, Mt. Vernon. She said the boy ran in fi-ont of her car and she did not see him in time to avoid striking him. Scotty is the son of Fred and Catherine Thornton and the grandson of Mrs. Laura Estes. Shower Planned For Mt. V. Family After Home Burns A shower will be held at th« Bethel grade school at 7:00 p.m. this Saturday for the family of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Sparks. The Sparks home, at 30th and Fisher's Lane, was desti'oyed by fire last week and the clothing of Mrs. Sparks and her eight children burned. Mr. Sparks is working out of town and most of his clothing was saved. The Saturday night shower is Ijeing planned by friends ui the Bethel neighborhood. Needed ai'e clothing and household items. Anyone wishing to give in advance should take the items to the Bethel school, where they will be stored until the night of the shower. ping distiict. While in Southern Illinois readings in the AOs seemed likely today. during tonight the mercuiy is expected to drop into the 30s but no precipitation is in prospect. Reds Dispute On Ousting Chinese _ _ Pi-esident Johnson's surgery pu7sued""the moon' across'South ' scheduled for Wednesday.' America Saturday. Scientists 1 Losses of key stocks ranged anxiously ai-e awaiting the pic-1 mostly from fractions to more tures which might provide some than a point, but selling pres- clue to the composition of gases sure was light. Many stocks in the sun's corona. .4s the Gemini pi-ogram, which sent 20 men into space in 20 monttis, neared its end, space agency officials hailed the flight of Gemini 12 with phi'ases like "fitting climax to a great pix> gram" and "a real breakthrough in EVA—extra vehicu- lai- activity." Dr. Chai'les A. Berry, the as- SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP)—The Soviet Union threw its weiglit today behind a move to read Red China out of the world physician, said: Commumst movement, but Ro-, ,,c „„....rh !r,» ..-owm c mania objected. Soviet Communist leader Leonid I. Brezlwev endorsed a Bulgarian prt^sal for a meeting of the world's Communist Everything we've seen in EJVA in tills flight to date certainly lead.s us to believe that if you properly fix the man at his task, allow him to do it in a leisurely manner, you have no dif- parties to establish unity along Acuity with it It doesn't look pro-Soviet lines. But Seci-etary- General Nlcolae Ceausescu of the Romanian Communist party ui-ged that nothing be done tliat •could deepen disagi-eemeht and increase the danger of a (Continued from Page 1) brush counby, rubber plantations and jungles wliere for nearly two weeks they have been battling and pursuing the 9th Viet Cong Division and a regiment of North Vietnamese regulars. This U.S. force in Operation AtUebora has reported killing 919 of the enemy and seizing huge amounts of arms and ammunition, including 23,000 grenades, 500 claymore mines, 128 weapons and 1,488 tons of rice. The U.S. command reported that two desti-oyers, the John R. Q-aig and the Hamner, shelled Communist shore batteries in Nortli Viet Nam Monday after tlie ships were fired on while patrolling in the Gulf of Tonkin. It was the third naval shelling of tije north reported. A spokesman said tlie destroyers, aided by^ air strikes, silenced the shore batteries 25 miles north of DongHoL U.S. headquarters also report" eti that two Marine Corp« heU- oepters where shot down by the Viet Cong 16 milei aouthwest of Da Nang. killing three crewmen and wounding the fourth in one copter and wounding one of the foor crew membeis in tiw Qtiier, showed trifling declines, traded unchanged or bucked the downtrend. A steadier showing was made by electronics, aerospace issues and airlines as the session continued. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was down 1.2 at 2971. with industrials off 2 .4, rails off .3 and utilities off .4. Westinghouse Electiic and General Electiic each fell more than a point. Du Pont dropped about IMi, dampening the aver-! ages for the second straight session. Eastern Air Lines Minutemen Convicted On Gun Charges KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — "I think the weapons impressed us more than anything else," said Darold D. Holmes, foreman of a federal court jury which Monday convicted Robert B. DePugh and two other members of the Minutemen of violating the National Firearms Act. The jurors had seen the prosecution display a .50 caliber machine gun and four smaller ma- ctiine guns which had been hidden undergi-ound. DePugh, 43, founder of the secret organization, and Walter Peyson, 24, both of Norbome, Mo., could be sentenced to 15 years imprisonment. The other BOLLIE D. STARR Farm have been walking informational picket lines at the in„ ^ , , , . stitutrons in their quest for high^ ^ ,er pay, ovei-Ume compensation and other benefits. Sparta. BiU Cumiingham" of , \ "'^^f °" °" ^""^ Pinckneyville and Dr. Nortert, throughout the ci^ G. Springer of Chester, sent the I Jhere were no known hvjured I wire to Kemer after meeting although one wall and the roof ' Monday night with William Red- the Electroc buUding col- nour, president of Local 1175 ol >apsed as the firefighters the Menard Guards' Union. | pumped streams of water onto Springer, who was elected to blaze, the House Nov. 8, said the tele- ( Two other nearby buildings gram read in part: suffei"ed smoke and water dam"We...call to your attention ftge and Chief Findley estimated the serious and explosive situa- total damage to the three build- tion that exists within our dis- Ings at JIOO.OOO. There was no trict at Menard. As chief execu- estimate of damage to the con- five of the state, we solicit your tents. attention and immediate correc-' Cause of the fire was im- tive measures." known. Off-duty guards at Menard A portion of the Electro build«»d_at the Vandalia State Penal • \ng housed the Dehner Corp., a u...- u «.! j^^^ rubber producer. One of the main objectives. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carpenter of 922 Westcott are the par­ like there is any mysterious thing that's making us pay a physiological cost." Aldrin demonstrated on his final "space stand" Monday that he felt at home in the vacuum of space. He leisurely photo- 1 and Polaroid each climbed Ceausescu also made a liai-sli-' graphed a sunset and the stare ' than a point while Xerox witli his heart rate remaining P<>sted a 1-point gain. about 2 points and Pan American World Airways showed a fractional gaia American and United .Airlines lost fractions.. Recovering from early losses. , defendant, Troy Houghton, 33, rallied San Diego, Calif., could get five er attack on U.S. actions in Viet Nam than either Bulgarian Premier Todor Zhivkov or Bi-e- thnev. The Romanian returned to the stiff line tliat had been absent recently in the So\'iet bloc, presumably because the bloc was seeking to arrange peace in Viet Nam. CIRCUIT COURT Fines assessed in circuit court today included: Ivan T. Dubois, 1106^ south Tenth, ^125 on charge of driving while intoxicated; Ralph E. Paintei-, LaHarp, 111., JlOO on chai"ge of following too close in ti-affic; A. B. Thomas, Centralia, $10 on charge of illegal possession of liquor; James D. Moore, Route 1, $10 on charge of careless driving; Rocky Shannon, Atldns, Ark., $20 on charge of failure to have a vehicle license; Dorrice C. Duncan, 14Cfi Jones, $10 on chaiige of driving from a private drive without due caution; Paul L. Moore, 509 south 13th, $10 on charge of having a d ^ective muffler on a vehicle; Patrida Marie Ewlng, 1525 south Ninth, 120 lor faUure to have a driver's license and $10 on a charge of driving the wrong way in a one-way alley; John C. Dudley, 2900 Jamison, $10 on charge Of lawrDper pusing in traffic. remarkably steady below 100 beats a minute. Tc make certain he did the job properly, he leaned outside for nearly an hour, 20 minutes longer than planned. Aldrin's excui-sions wiped out fears that man perhaps could not work for long periods in space. The three previous U.S. space strollers had trouble maintaining body position and two had to cut short theh* walks because of fatigue. Aldrin was provided with foot resU'aints, hand holds and other aids and he had no trouble moving about outside in his bulky, pressui'ized space suit. The uncertainty was removed at a time when tlie United States does not plan another asu-onaut space walk for more than a yeai*. The next scheduled EVA is on the fourth manned Apollo flight, now set for eai'ly 1968. Still showing 1-point losses were such stocks as Zenith, American Smelting and Phelps Dodge (ex dividend). Republic Steel showed a full 1 -poinf gain as it paced the recovering steel section. U.S. Steel, Bethelehem and Jones & Laughlin edged higher. General Motors held about unchanged. Ford, Chrysler and American Motors were fractional losers. Prices were irregularly higher on the American Stock Exchange. years. They were given 30 days in which to file for a new trifil. All remained free under bond. Judge Elmo B. Hunter said he expected to sentence the men in about three weeks. Raithby Roosevelt Husted, 23- year-old ex-Marine, testified that he helped Peyson bury the .50 caliber machine gun under a Missouri farmhouse, and bury the other machine guns and ammunition near a cemetery. He later led FBI agents to the caches. Viet Nam. He has been stationed the past yeai- in Quantico, Va., with the union officials have said, is the ents of a son bom at 4:25 o'clock Marine Corps school. I e<|ualiaation of salaries between yesterday afternoon in Good His wife, the former Alice Dar- Menard and Vandalia with Samaritan hospital. He weighed lene Lowry of Route 3, Salem, those at StatevUleJoliet Prison, seven pounds ten ounces, and their three children will be living in Mt. Vernon while Sgt. Starr is overseas. 2 Car-Stripping Thefts Reported ToMt.V. Police Two car-sti-ipping thefts Wei's reported to Mt. Vernon police Monday. Ab Warren, owner of the North Shell Service Station at Salem Road and Oakland Avenue, reported that someone stripped accessories from a 1966 model car while it was stored in a shed at the rear of the station. Police said the thieves took the battery, the two front bucket seats, power steering pump, air cleaner, four barrel carburetor, and stick shift. Officers said someone also stole a distributor from a 1963 model car at Shelton's Used Cars, 1302 south Tenth street. Earthquakes Shake Denver DENVER, Colo. (AP) — The Denver area shuddered slightly Monday in an earthquake. The largest tremor was the first of two Monday and one of five small quakes since Sunday. The larger quake lasted about four minutes, but there were no reports of damage or injury. British Capture Third Slayer Of Policemen MOSOIUST KILLED SPRI.\GFIELD, lU. (AP) Alfred L. Davis, 37, of Beardstown, died in SL John's Hospital Nfonday of injuries suffered In a two-car accident Sunday on UJS. <7 near Beardstowu. NEW YORK (AP) - Dow Jones noon stock averages: 30 Indus 812.63 off 1.12 20 Rails 201.58 up 1.02 15 Utils 137.15 off 0.18 MEETINGS ROYAL NEIGHBORS The Royal Neighbors Lodge members will meet Thursday evening. November 17, for a §;00 o'clock covered dish dinner at the l.O.O.F, Temple. The families are invited. The regular meeting will begin at 7:30. o'clock and Past Grade Night will be observed. BISHOPS STORTFORD, England (AP)—Harry Maurice Rob- ei-ts, last of the three men wanted for the slaying of three London policemen, was arrested today. Announcing the end of the three-month hunt, a Scotland Yard spokesman said Roberts was arrested without a fight. A Scotland Yard spokesman, announcing the end of the three- month hunt, said: "Harry Roberts was arrested about 11:45 a.m. today during the course of a full-scale search mounted by Hertfoi-dsWre, Met- rapolitan and Essex officers." "Robert was detained without a etruggle and 1 s now in custody." XlM wtiam fltme 24 houn •tt* er the trial opened at the Old Bailey Courthouse of Roberts' friends, John Duddy, 37, and John Edwai-d Whitney, 36. They are charged with gunning down the three policemen within the shadow of London's WoiTOWood Scrubs Prison Aug. 13. Soarfaced Roberts, who police say was witli them, has been on the run shice. The biggest police hunt in British criminal history was launched to find him. The cold - blooded murder of the three British policemen, who had stopped to question three men and were in plain clothes, stirred the country. Wanton slay, ings of police officers — they do not carry weapons except on - art rm. Placing Service First We wish to serve the bereaved family fully — without regard to how much or how little may be spent. Every funeral tribute, even the most modest­ ly priced, includes complete personal and professional service. PULLEY [am 1914 Main St.'Piione 242-3348 Domild E. Reid Lictnud Fumial DiipOO' BOB SAYS: Air Conditioned Chrysler New Yorker $1395 This unusual New Yorker ha.s had the best of care by a prominent Mt. Vernon bust* nessmun. It's a '62 sedan with low mileage and sold new for over 95,000. It's equipped with air conditioning, power steering, power bi^es, automatio drive kjid power seat. If you're looking for safety, comfort, quality, and dependability at the lowest possible price, yon're not likely to beat this New Yorker. Bob Williams W-G MOTORS Call Zii »m ••The Csed Car Leader" Vohune—Qoallfy—Price

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