Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 11, 1960 · Page 2
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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH 30,000 Alaskans to Greet 38 Alarms Ike Upon His Arrival Repotted ft* WtLLtAM S. fOlltBf \~ ' ———— <* KMT Strike Hits In By WtLLtAM .t. ANCHORAGE. Alaska (AP) — j Same 30,000 Alaskans are expect-j ed to turn out In force here Sun-' day to greet President Elsenhower ax ho makes his first visit to the new 49th slate. < Some estimates of the likely crowd ranged up to 40.000—in an iR-month-old state with a total population of only 223.000. A rous- i/r™ "XriS ,™M>. F*. -AP.-P,,*, „ visit since Franklin D. Roosevelt i ftlsed made a wartime stop in , hp Plane* out of Mlanw today in Aleutian Islands. P"""* P"*" 8 ' * f Military officials declared the Eastern Airlines i Alton Fire Chief James Lewis, in his May fire report to City Manager Graham W. Wfltt, reported 38 alarms with 15,630 In damage. The Alton Fire Department, had 21 caffs in May Buildings, iaijfomoWles. and .their contents were valued at Kas^^lin^'Si« nd were ln9Urcd to I S124,OuDi i „_,,, The number of alarms' anfl reguia-1 fW THVHDERSHOWERS Scattered shower* and thunder- Rockies. The mtd«MlMtetlppI Valley are forecast tonight acrww the and Ohio Valley are expected to be Mississippi Valley and central cooler, the northern platan will he state* and over the southern warmer. (AP Wlrephoto Map.) northwest plains and northern Klmenrtftrt Air Force Base Agency. Fourteen Pastern flights out of "wide open" Hnd prepared to re-;^^ W(tff mnaelfli ^^ lhe as many as 7,000 persons v,^ of thfl wrk 8toppaRr a , !2:01 mK m. and 7 a. m. investigations, five three street flares turned over, two electrical wlr- fires six auto fires, ftastro Says U.S. Planes ook Cuban Pictures Jobless Hike in Area Noted A total HAVANA (AP) - Prime Minister Fidel Castro asserted Friday night th&t a U.S. military plane took "movie films and photographs" of a Soviet ship off Cuba's j coast and denounced it as "an act of espionage." i In hi.-c third blast against I United States In 36 hours, Castro j rejected two U.S. protests re- i celved by his government. He | countered with the "pirate plane" 25,875 persons were j disclosure and an attack on for- iat thr field when the President's i.jel transport arrives from Washington nt 10:1") a.m.. Anchorage time. Other thousands will line An- fires, two electric motor fires, and one call for each of the following: kerosene fire. „. , , , . , . J| trash fire, child playing with flight* were canceled before pi- ' . ,,' * n ,j , . L. . i U matches causing a flrP. an out lots began manmng airliners T"" " *, ... ^ again. The tie-up slowly paralyzed the ami from New York and other F'oitrth Avenue, the mam business street in this larg- Alton and vicinity: Consider- eat city of the nation's biggest able sunshine with a few scat-1 stale, for a tour by the President.! tered showers and thundorshow- gtate and local officials have j crews refused to make the return ers this afternoon. High neur 90. al \] r( \ {(„• a big reception for the I trip. A few Rhowers or thtindershow-1 president, as a patriotic sendoffi National Airlines added extra of city rail. TV fire, public service run. dump fire, .gasoline fire, oil fire, and a first aid run.. au I _. grounded when their! 011 May M wan * ers tonight; little change in tem- ^ his 15-day goodwill mission toigections during the night to ban i total and also caused the largest loss by fire of the month. The residence of O. L. Bfackburn Qf !314 W. 4th St. was ftrtttk and perature. low 70-75. Sunday, \^ r y iir partly cloudy and warm .vith a few showers or thundershowers; high 85-90. Tlie trip includes eign oil companies in Cuba. The Cuban leader showed a TV audience pictures of a twin- engined plane that appeared to be ; BURBANK, Calif. <AP) — A working for tho leading firms in the Alton area in mid-May, according to an estimate in the Illinois State Employment Service's June "Labor Market Re-i port." "This figure represents a drop of 375 below the March 15 level and 950 below that of one year! The Soviet ship was 10 miles off ago, the ISES reported. "Th e| the north coast of Matanzas prov- net employment loss during the in CP , adjoining Havana province, IT Strike May Break Soon At Convair die some luring me 10 nan- [ . . « *e niuv >> .«t>i i nl i. i j . i-. » caused a loss of 55,000, said of the hundreds of East- 1. . ' • New Guidance System Atlas Passes Test •CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) —A block-bwrttng ASM rumbled 5,000 miles down* fhe Atlantic missile ra*nge tottey fn a fuJ finw fest M tfie missile's n*w inwtial guidance system. "fine Air Force reported thl guidance performed as pro- grainnipd in directing the mis* «fl> reentry body Into an intended impact area off the South Atlantic Inland <n AscfHSlon. the tag rocket was launched despite » madrtrtrts' strike which Han hampered Convalr operations here for five days. Convalr, which majw* the Atlas, used several ml* pervjsory personnel in positions normally manned by union workers. Other unions have joined machinist* in refusing to do work for the company here. ring a stream of red,-orange ie, front its powerful engines, the SB-foot giant rose smoothly from its pad; arched high in the sky and sped down range at sjtteds expected to reach 16,000 a June 19 visit to Japan, where ern passengers stranded at Miami 1 WIS lies an hour. The Air Force considered this teat of the inertial (built-in) gukl- ai|ie, a Itey one in moving the Atlas nearer the ultimate, quick- retaliation role for which it is de! signed. rioting left-wing groups have pro-j International Airport. Barbara Stanwvck tested against a new U.S.-Japan- Pilots appeared to have formed eso security alliance scheduled tola strategy of what they called a; r» i become effective that day. temporary work stoppage. Those "Pp 0 ''"" Democratic Gov. William A. assigned to outgoing flights stayed SANTA MONICA. Calif. O\P>Egan will extend Alaska's official Illinoi- Population IN Almost 10 Million Congress To Get Long Sessions WASHINGTON (AP) - Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas has signaled a tour-week sprint by Congress In an effort to clean up all Its work before the Democratic National Convention. The convention, dpens In Los Angeles a month from today. Johnson told his colleagues be fore the Senate quit for the weekend Friday they could expect lengthy sessions running Into the night and Saturday meetings from now on. Republican- sources, however, commented privately that they did not see how substantial progress could be made on the floor next week because the major bills simply are not ready yet for debate. Senate Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen of -Illinois, talking with reporters, raised a strong question as to whether Congress could finish In a month. SATURDAY, JUNE 11,1960 ,__.-^^M^^^^^^^ft^^^B^^^^^HISMMSJNHi •••^••^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 4 Parked Vehicles Damaged i greetings to the President, during Four parked vehicles Incurred damage, possibly a hit-run car as well. In a unique collision melee in the 600 block af E. 5th street shortly before 1 a.m. today. Policemen who investigated the wholesale crash, found that the East hound Wt>run vehicle, not traced, apparently hooked bumpers with the flnrt car tt struck, then towed it into cotliitOB 'With three other automobiles parked aWng a half-block stretch. Three of the cars struck were oft the south side of the street, OBB on the north side. • The hit-run vehicle apparently broke loose from the first car when it was nearing Ridge street. No other similar crash series is believed to ever have been recorded here. Automobiles struck and damaged, according to the police report were a sedan of James Hoffman, a Carlinville painter, which was towed into collision with the other three; a sedan of Russell Bush nell of 635 E. 4th; a sedan of Clayton Fast of 638 E. 4th; and a convertible 'of Robert .Webb of 649 E. 5th St. Police said they learned of the incident In which an automobile ran amuck through a call from Dirksen ticked off a long list u, r Kasl home at 12:1;") a.m. | of more than 15 important mea-. jy; 0 witnesses of the crash incident were found, nor any fragments of the hit-go vehicle. Poli"e . away from the airport. Pilots of, ActrPSS Barbara Stanwyck's tern- CHICAGO (AP) — Preliminary sures awaiting action and com„,.._...„ _ incoming planes left the .field im- pora1ure has Bopped a degree— ;1960 census figures show Illinois' m cnted. "We are going to be as ,a l.Vmmute cerrmorry after Eisen-j mediately, declininc to discuss i from im..5_and her doctor says [population is almost 10 million, jhusy as a flock of bees after a j ( . 0 pjp L .t U rrd that the automobile ihower's plane lands from a non-i their action. J.J IP - S res tj n g comfortably at St.; Theodore F. Olson, regional shot of benzadrene" if all of them j rPS ponsiblr for the rampage hook stop flight from Andrews Airi It appeared the strike had re-: Je j, n . s Hospital. Miss Stanwyck, i census director, said Friday that I Force Base near Washington. j suited from an FAA order that an ^ was admitted Thursday and is i the unofficial population totr.l for a U.S. Navy patrol craft flying 1 near a ship he identified as Russian. He listed the aircraft's registry, number as "LF128-390." possible break in the week-old strike against Convair's Atlas j missile facilities appeared today, • The trip through downtown An' choi-age, a bustling dty of more than 47.000, will follow the cere- i monies. inspector must sit behind the cap- j su ff pr j ng f rom pneumonitis, an in- the state is 9.030,855. flamation of the hing. 60-day period ending May 15 totaled 375. "Unemployment Castro, said. The plane hovered over the vessel so long, he added, u .« :u .| WVUR ».,. registered a that the Soviet crew had time to drop of 250 for the 60-day period row out and take the pictures. Castro rejected as violent and virulent two U.S. protests and declared they "reveal the spirit of aggression" by the United States against Cuba. but is 1,000 above the total recorded a year ago. Indications are that the working force in manufacturing will be moderately increased during the next two to four months. Nonmanufactur- ing is expected to remain fairly stable. No significant change in agriculture is anticipated. The area involved in the report consists of the five townships in the northwestern portion of Madison County, which includes the cities of Alton, East Alton, Wood River, Roxana, Hartford and Godfrey. Minor gains occurred in other nonmanufac- turing firms. Transportation and Washington said in a sharp npt^ Asgn which has Friday that Cuba was making false and offensive charges against the United States. An earlier note accused the Castro evon as a second missile industry strike loomed. The International Assn. of Machinists took the unusual action of ordering its 20.000 workers at Convair's big San Diego Atlas- building plants to cross another union's picket lines Monday. The IAM countermanded an earlier order iastructing members to stay off the job that'day, honoring picket lines to be set up by the Engineers and Architects members. Machinists building the Navy's Polaris submarine missile at Burbank Friday rejected a Lockheed The President and his party- including his son, Lt. Col. John Eisenhower, and daughter-in-law. tain on jet flights. The crew of an EAL jet refused jto make an inaugural flight from R or L; Overhead Chief Dallas to New York Monday after are cleaned up. Seek Blacksmith i ed the first car by its rear bumper and may have been little if anywise damaged. twuei nuic tiui-uovu ««, — I Aii-rrnfl Torn nffpr government of an "intense official | Allcrafl Corp °" pr ' campaign of slander" against the "H looks like a strike Wednes- U.S. government. i^ay," an IAM spokesman said. Castro declared his government' The IAM is striking against Con- would never reply to Washington's] vair' facilities at Air Force bases Barbara—will be honored at an (invitation-only reception for about J300 guests at Elmendorf from 5 p.m. to fi:30 p.m. The reception is the last public function which the President will attend here, before his departure for Wake Island at 6:50 a.m., Anchorage time, Monday. Mystery Man Is Arrested In California an FAA inspector had taken his seat in the cockpit. The company ,,f "* \l-in This is 1.218.679 higher than the offfieial 19oO total ot 8.712,176. ! p upj | of He||ry Fo| . f ] DETROIT (APi—Anvone who The unofficial total was com- 1 from preliminary reports for , j 101 of Illinois> 102 «»»««• P llIS . assigned another crew and the SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP)-Gem an estimate for Cook County flight was made. Calvin Trevor Mellish olso " estimated Cook County's | here. learned to be a blacksmith under^ Boil.I l»81ie Committee tne late Henry Ford is in demand' S p R rNGFfELD, III. (AP) — A former board president at the Un- i^ni was miiur. minor laivui irevor iweiusn •• < . ,„ . iuiiun ,j^c,. u ,„..„«..,. — — -,.. Capt. Edmund P. Rordam. re- wasn't worried about the rock that;Population at slightly more than; 1 he Detroit Institute of rechno- ivprsj(y of IIljnois . Park Liri , lg * : ! fl. t — mill inn ' '•««/ \t"j»i*t; him in*' lie /Htn art. > .... i _?ii _r -tnr gional vice president of the Air- : pinned his ami and trapped htm |UVC »"iiiu». Aga Khan in Chicago logy wants him for its 70th an- < ston wjl) )ead a comm ittee of 100 niversary celebration next year. : porsons to vvork for the adoption Ford - before He started build-| of a 195 minion do]lar educational ing automobiles — taught the use , homi jss . (lf) of anvil and forge at Detroit Tech I Qov. Sti'atton. who announced for $2 a night-in the 1890s. ______ (h(i ap p O j nt ment Friday, said lie and in New York, the company Was afraid it was going to fall on j' CHICAGO (AP) The Aga; Ontario Ore wil1 meet vvUh Livingston- next assailed the strike as illegal. ime any second. It. weighed atlKhan, 23, spiritual leader of 20 j Al j nro vi m atelv 250 million tons j week tQ draw upthe ftlU C£>hlrt?i1 " .i aB .« cnn ----- H.» arrived { nck el copper ore have been tee membership. lines Pilots Assn., said the union for 10 hours 100 feet undergound. had not authorized a strike. He; "it was that big boulder right: said he was surprised at the ac- over rny head," said Mellish, 42, Won. In a statement recovering in a hospital today. ' jr ()r Three-DaV released here "It teetered and teetered, and I; • • ! least 600 pounds,' said . Mrs. America demand for an explanation of the shooting at a U.S. submarine in using the Atlas, the nation's only operational long-range missile. snooting ai a u-->. BUUIIICUUK- m.-r-- " •• Cuban waters last month. He re- The San D.ego plants have con- warehousing dropped a total of ferred to the incident of the aubitinued unstruck except for hit- rte^arlrfactors. Over- Sea Poacher, fired on* ^^^^°^, is ;a key unit in U.S. defenses. It isj •mnched from i submarines. the-year nonmanufacturing ac- frigate re tivities were up approximately failed to identify herself. 100 Switching to the petroleum "The number of unemployed i sue, Castro charged that dropped from 2,850 'including;of foreign oil firms to refine Sov- 675 women) as of March 15, tojiet crude I Mellish passed out several times I from pain as a 20-man rescue iteam worked in relays Friday to 1 bring him out of the crumbling million Ismali Friday night for a three-day stay in the Chicago area. He will spend the night at the Libertyvllle home of his former Harvard roommate, here. !lai Stevenson. SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Francis Parker Yockey, a mystery man alegedly associated with anti- Semitic groups, was arrested in the home of a former. principal yesterday." of an Oakland synagogue reli-l •*KTT« T*.i.l onng mm out 01 tne crumbling of Ins former Harvard roommate, ^iy 1I1S JL itlC imineshaft 50 miles northeast of | John Fell Stevenson, son of Ad- Despitelllness FORT LAUDERDALE. Fla. (AP)—"I was so afraid I wouldn't make it. I was in bed all day The state bond issue will be decided in the November election. If passed, proceeds will be used for permanent improvements at The climate in Puerto Rico is (the six state-supported universi- mined during some 70 years of operations in the Sndbury district of Ontario, Canada. 175 to 85 degrees all year. Ities. oil was an "act of a mid-May total of 2,600 (includ-| treachery" oriented by the U.S. ing 900 women*. This decrease in [State Department. attributed' The refusal was part of a plot to destroy his revolution by leav-| unemployment is chiefly to recall of workers in the construction building trades. A year ago the jobless total was eluding 650 women*. A survey I the consequences. of applicants currently register- The newly crowned Mrs. Am- gious school, federal officials dis-!ppjoa. coughing with a bad cold closed Friday. but beside herself with happiness, FBI agents picked up Yockey:was telling how she arose from a Oakland Monday at the home 1 sickbed to attend Friday night's Alex Scharf, who was recently]glittering finale of the annual con- Th"(MAM"at"san Diego said it | discharged from the staff of Oak- test to select the nation's top remanded its one-day strike order for Monday because "the company has apparently gotten down to serious negotiating." A five- hour session ended after midnight ing Cuba without oil, he said, andi toda .v- ye «r **» u, e ,u—- warned that the companies should Involved in «he Lockheed walk- estimated at 1.600 (in- "rectify their decision or accept 'out would be 10,000 employes of \. t.n***f*t —v. ,. k -. ,*.»- *Urt Dli»U«*iLr fttvni'c? niieUIIAO fittrt ed in the local office reveals that: 24 per cent are unskilled; 19 per cent are entry applicants with no previous work experience; 18 per cent arc semi-skilled; 15 per cent are clerical and sales; 12 per cent are skilled; 9 per cent are service workers and 3 per cent are in the professional and managerial group. "Estimates submitted by reporting firms indicate slight in- Los Angeles Monev the Burbank firm's missiles and space division building the Polaris and Air Force Discoverer, Midas and Samos satellites. For Convention Raised In the Convair strikc - IAM P ick ' ets have appeared at Vandenberg LOS ANGELES (AP) The Los j Air Force Base, Calif., Cape Can- Angeles Committee for the Democratic National Convention says it collected $450,000 to stage the convention and is now on the way to a $50,000 surplus. . The committee is nonpartisan riod during the corn dctasseling creases in both manufacturing j season, no change in agriculture' ... and nonmanufacruring during the| is anticipated. Aside from next two nificant gain any one With the exception of a short pe- seeable demands." tion. averal, Fla.. and other facilities with Convair projects. The IAM has authorized a walkout next week at the Douglas Aircraft plant at Santa Monica, Calif. The United Auto Workers have set a June 15 strike deadline at the Douglas plant in Long Beach, land's Temple Beth Abraham. homernaker. was no elaboration of the! Mre - Mu n»hy, 3. stetu- connection between Yockey and! p *m p brunette from Kent and, Scharf. Scharf was fired because "he. was not a good administrator," Rabbi Harold M. Schulweiss of the synagogue available for comment. Ind., was chosen over contestants from 49 other states and the Dis- jtrict of Columbia. hazel-eyed former model . said. Scharf was un . ; enjoyed the first fruits of her tor - v - Her husband ' a fre>1 S ht FBTagent Robert Leonard hadi t(?rminal manager in the home- to have 20 stitches taken in his] town 80 miles sou * ot C ^ 1 « lg0 ' hand after Yockey slammed a | wrved hpr breakfast in bed in door on it while attempting to! their hotel roon1 " leave Scharf s house. He was taken into custody after airline employees opened his misplaced luggage and found three "Our tosv nis upside down," Mrs. Murphy said. "They took the chil dren from home on a firetruck." The children are Steven dian and British—seven birth cer- Can. Michael 8, Patrick 6, Jeffrey infh no.. Bttd Cynthia 2. 10, .4 Cynthia tifioates and a set of German Home for the Murphys is a t%vo- press credentials. I fry. four-bedroom gray frame Although Yockey is being held house m Kentland ' a town of 2 '°°° on a charge of passport fraud, I the government has said little j icajiMitiv. ivt* **•£) v»w* <**fa ».»»*. ij.-ii4iiiivi|»ii\u- • • • ' * K* • ...-•••»« .... ... •'It. * I " to four months. No sig- shortage of experienced > except for Its partisanship for Los I a ~° u l lnm ' ..,-,,, gain is anticipated in jgraphers. the labor supply should (Angeles. The only goal was to . tan '7 f . , t ? R, i ' an I 1 ' 8 '!" particular industry, be adequate to meet all fore- raise money to stage the conven- <- ! >s<'o ottu-e of the Bnai B nth P>»n»inn nf » *hm* DP- seenhle demands." tion. Anti-Defamal.on League sa»d his population. Husband George helps with the housework, Mrs. Mv phy said, including the dishes. The runner-up was Mrs. Jack O'Connor, ' « '""' II, of Granite Falls, Robert Clemens, 26 of third. Anti-Defamatton League said his organisation's files showed Yockey had appeared with Gerald The Circus Museum at Bar- L. K. Smith, head of the Chris- boo, \Vis., once was the site of lian Nationalist party, in St. Louis;the winter headequarters for the in 1950. | Ringling Brothers Circus. COMING SUNDAY JUNE 12th ALTON ALL-AMERICA OITY SPEEDBOAT RACES AT CLIFTON TIRRACC Featuring (At St. Louis Outboard Drivin Assn. (•eluding Stvtrol Cfcomplti Swni MM! 98 YEARS OF UWON MEMBERSHIP Juliun VOM aud bis too «ou» have tented with a 35-year pin by Robert affiliated withtb#Kkwtrtati Work N'oble, pre*id#ut of the AUou local. •r» Uuiun for won? thau 88 >ear». Louis \o*» (right) piadug the piu uu lutfuk Vu*i» (HMtmd trwu right) uas hu lathtr, ha* U-eu atlUiatetJ uitb the pr«NfUt«d uiUi 4 50->WM" uifl Friday uuktu for uiure tbau 'M year*. — Staff •ifhi. Hk WMI, 4«N»pb (left), »a« jtfe Fbutu. Hit MCI ADMISSION. FIRST *ACI | f .M, Sponsored by th« Alton AI|.Am*fl«« R*9*H« CeSwwt- tee with th« Alton Motor |o«t Club •« holt. RAIN DATE SUNDAY, JUNE S9 ALTON BANKING & TRUST CO. PRESENTS EPISODE NO. 10 Two men named FRED PETERS walked into the Wedge Bank. FRED Senior had an excited look on his face, at if he were about to experience a pleasant surprise. FRED Junior, half a head taller than his father, seemed faintly puzzled, but determined* to humor the older man. They stopped for a moment inside the entrance while FRED Senior look a long, slow look around him. "I remember the day I first walked in here," he said then. "Sort of undecided and more than a little scared." "How old was I?" JUNIOR asked. "You?" His father chuckled. "Minus two, I'd say." "That long ago?" "Almost a quarter of doesn't seem that long." a century," FRED mused. It "Why were you scared, Dad? frightened of?" What's there to b* The older man thought for a moment. "Sheer ignorance, I guess," he said then. "What I didn't know about banks and banking would have filled a shelf, of books. It's odd, but when a thing's unknown, it has the power-to frighten you. I was sure people at the bank would turn me away Or show up my ignorance or something disastrous like that. When the other man knows all the answers, it's easy enough for him to lord it over you. But tliHt never happened. Not once in almost 25 years." JUNIOR looked about him. "Seems like a iriendjy enough place. The times I've been here they've treated me all J'ight." "That." FRED said svith a pardonable touch of self- eMoem. "is because I broke you in right. Or else they brokt- me in right. I'm never sure. But it's been quite a partner*hip down through the years." JUNIOR'S faint luok of bewilderment deepened. "What partnership is that, Dad?" THE FULL CIRCLE FRED gestured sweepingly. "The Wedge Bank and "I didn't know that. I thought, you'd stuck pretty imifh to hardware." FRED gave his son and heir a pained look. "I meant figuratively, professor. Why, right from the beginning we were partners. They safeguarded my money. They set up my checking account. They helped be buy our first ear and pay for the doctor that introduced you to me. They put up the money for the house and they would' ve paid for the furnishings too it' I hadn't been dumb enough to think I could do better elsewhere." "Okay, they loaned you money. That's what a bank's for, isn't it?" "Are you sure you want to go for that law degree?" FRED asked with mock solicitude. "They don't seem to have done a tremendous job with you the first four years." "All right, Dad. What else did the Wedge Bank do for you?" "For Uk, Junior, for us. They made our vacations possible for many years. They showed rne how to finance .vour college, too. They even had the daring to open an account for you alone, brave souls. And the modernization of the house. And the wherewithal to start my own business and keep it going. Yes, and the money for Sis's operation, when I didn't have a nickel's worth of credit, just because they liked the smile on my face." "I see what you mean," Junior admitted. "I'm not even finished. Think of the convenience over the years of paying by check. Think of the security of 'tt' sate deposit box. Think of interest growing on savings. Of advice when I need it, and gqod advice, too. Of their word, vouching for my credit rating. Their Investment p^uple helping me put together the sit art of an estate. And, to top it off neatly, a friendly smile whenever 1 wanted m, Whatever 1 wanted done." "U sounds." Junior said then, "like the kind of part- ' her I'll be needing in a tew years when I hang out rny shingle." banged his son on the shoulder and pointed him toward the officer^' deak^ "That 1 * why 1 brought you down here today." he said. "I want to take you around abd iitt reduce you to your future partners." "Well, what are we waiting tor?" Junior asked. "Let's get going." THi WIPOI IANK MAS IIIN FIOU» TO IfttNft YOU THI STOIY Of MID AND MAItl PITHS. THI PITUS* STOIY SHOWS HOW TO MAKI fUU USI OP YOU! IANK. Wl HOP! All OP OUI CUSTOMIIS, UKI THI PITHS, Will MAKI PUU usi OP TMI MANY suvieis wi HAVI AVAII. ABUATWIMHJIANK. Alton Banking & Trust Co. I MB Will |W*

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