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ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Serving the Alton Community for More Than 124 \ears SUNDAY: ? Low 6S, High SO, f tilt >•> Established January 15, 1838 Vol. CXXV, No. 133 ALTON. ILL., SATURDAY. JtJNE 18, 1960. 18 PAGES 5c Per Copy Member of Tlie AMOdftit Foreign Aid Bill Goes To Senate By WILLIAM F. ARBOGA8T WASHINGTON (AP)-A House- passed $3.584.500.000 foreign aid appropriations bill which represents a shallow victory for President Eisenhower was at the mercy today of the Senate Appropriations Committee. A high-ranking member of that group. Sen. Allen J. Ellender (D-La), \vns waiting for it with: a loaded gun. The bill cleared the House late! Friday by a 2.")8-121 roll call vote i after the President's plea forj more money was heeded only in: part. Its total still was 590'-:• million; dollars less than the President) wanted but was 200 million more than the House Appropriations committee had recommended fori use during the fiscal year start-: ing July 1- By a vote of 212-17H. the House, restored half the 100 million do!-, iars its Appropriations Committee 1 had cut from direct military assis- > tance allotments. But it refused to; put back any of the $124.000.1100 cut from defense support funds. Military Assistance Military assistance funds pro- \ide military equipment, training. supplies and services to friendly j nations. Defense support funds! are used for economic; aid required, in addition to military] help, to secure a specific contribution to defense. The aid goes to countries straining their economies by big military programs. The President had complained that the committee cuts would seriously impair this country's program of bolstering friendly nations against the encroachments | of communism. PRESIDENTS TOGETHER Japan Ratifies U.S. Treaty; Mobs Still Demonstrating BLOODMOBILE Monday: Noon - 6 p.m. Masonic Lodge 4th and Lorena Wood River President Eisenhower and Nationalist Chinese President Chiang Kai-shek shake hands as Ike arrived at Taipei, Formosa, for 24-hour good will tour. (AP Wirephoto by radio from Taipei.) Injunction Closes Track Until July 6 KhWAKliSVILLK Motorcycle lacing at the "Melody Lane" I rack near Meadowbrook will be hHlled after If morrow's scheduled program unrll July 6, under a temporary injunction ordered issued late Friday by Circuit Jurtm- .tames O Monroe Jr. The temporary restraining or-; il is also a day ol recreation der. sought by four couples re- and expressed an inclination to siding in the vicinity of Ihe race; maintain the "status quo" until track, was granted after a hear-;the situation can be more fully ing which began Thursday aft-, examined at the scheduled hear- ernoon and extended through: Ing nt 9:'.\0 a.m. July 6 for pos- Friday sible permanent extension ol tin: The court specified that use of : restraining order, the track for tomorrow's sehed- The alleged Irall'ic ha/ards inj tiled raring program would be the Mcadowbrook area resulting |f restricted to Ihe hours between from motorcycle racing at the' 111 noon and 4:30 p.m.. and he in-; track was ruled out. by Judge 1 vited counsel for opposing> Monroe as being beyond control' parties in the injunction suit to j of the defendants, and he said "no I'h<' State .avail themselves of the oppor- : evidence had been presented ol j immediately (unity tomorrow to have sound! any strong or noxious fumes" from 1 Tokyo that the treaty had been measuring devices at the track i the track. Moreover, he asserted,: ratified by Japan, said: "We view Pact Goes Into Effect As Kishi Keeps Office By JIM BECKER TOKYO (AP)—The new U.S.-Japan security treaty weathered the biggest of the leftist demonstrations against il and won Japan's ratification Sunday. Time had run out for the Communists and their Socialist allies in the fight against the pact'. Tlie ratification became effec-,to mill around the Parliament live automatically an instant after j building, some 10,000 students midnight. | vowed to remain there all night. Prime Minister Nobusuke Ki-1 A Socialist party orator shout- shi's conservative government ex-j c( ' : WASHINGTON (AP) — The j pressed gratification. A govern- "The struggle does not end at , t'nited States declared today it isjment spokesman. Chief Cabinet midnight. It will only end when gratified that Premier Nobusuke | Secretary Klsusnburo Shiina, said I all American bases are out of Ihe Kisbi'.s government has succeeded this final confirmation will bring I country." ;ing about final parlinmen-' close U.S.-Japan relations and; He said the people "do not ra> lary approval of the new U S -; contribute to peace and prosperi-iOgni/.e the validity" of the pact. Japanese security trealy. , ty. As the masses swirled around Shiina declared the treaty is i the building and Kishi's official Jap Treaty Gratifying To U.S. it. reacting after word from Ike Denounces Red ^-^ 1 • £m 9 Chinese 'Tyranny w ^ to record the motorcycle noises 1 practically no evidence had been complained ol by the four presented as to dust from I ho hlnw hlou - couples pressing Ihe injunction track adversely affecting resident? suit. The tour couples seeking Ihe' injunction were represented in the Thursday and Friday bear- Alton. Delcndti by • Attorney Alton, were the purported own-i know more about "supported by Ihe overwhelming majority of Ihe Japanese, people." Tlie widely publicized left, wing this as another demonstration of i demonstrations represented "the U..S..Japanese friendship. Thej°P ininn onl ^ llf thr minority," he United Slates had made clear that! sni(] - And indicated they were fo-. idtorhcl nr«v in . ase d.reetions. Testimony as to noise " ' «>« security treaty will be mutuaN ; '"""ted i,y the Communists. beneficial to both countries." C'«i.l,.nm lo Policy h ^ ., residence nearby, the Prime Minister reportedly watched a baseball game on television. The Tokyo Giants, lost. :',-!. to the Na- gnyii Drapons. I'oso for Pictures Kishi smiled and posed for photographers at a dramatic mid- •onfercnce conducted the situation By MARVIN ARKOW8.MIT11 ; thousands of crimson banners and TAIPEI (AP)—To the thunder-1 flags, was the biggest Eisenhow- Eisenhower originally sought ious roar of approval from a vastjer has faced since his memorable two billion dollars for military assistance. The House committee cut this to 51,600,000,000 and the House itself hiked the allotment banner waving throng. President Eisenhower today denounced Communist China as a brutal tyranny bent on enslaving hundreds to $1,800,000|000 with the aid of O f millions of mainland Chinese speech before nearly one million Indians in New Delhi last December. With its ocean of red banners it resembled a Communist May Day 105 Democrats and 17 Republi-| Speaking in a plaza facing the! ra ny. j e ns of thousands of school cans and over the opposition of j Chinese Nationalist Defense Min-j cr ,jid ren , j n uniform, marched to The crowd saved its mightiest cl ' s 0| I'ecord of the acreage on '"before we hurt either the neigh- cheer for the windup. For three' which the traf:k is , tocated ' "i" 01 ' 8 ?'\ the dcta ' d ?"!; s in <" p fl>cc ... . . .. ... j.well as the alleged purchasers \ use of their property. of the property under a con-j A motion by Jacoby for dismis- solid minutes it. yelled, screamed and applauded after Eisenhower j trac;t f or 'd c ed, and Melody Lane i sal of the injunction suit after con ended his la-minute address. i Motorcycle Club, Inc. j elusion of the plaintiff's testimony "You may be assured," he said! The temporary injunction was jut noon Friday was denied, in a speech, "that our continuing!ordered issued at 4:30 p.m. Fri-j Witnesses called to the stand Fri- search for peaceful solutions to!day after witnesses for both]day by Jacoby included Jewell nntstanrlinir intprnationni ni-nh-i sides testified. The court said 'Sims and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pol- outstanding international prob here apparently co.. Ihdt Ibis stubbornly won'f 'wmont . by Kishi-who has l . e .;J«l>ans policy oJ^ioperatlng with,,,ii, Mlf j (u ni . lj<r .., statement. was surrounded by some of and officials of his what offsets the humiliating defeat suffered when the treaty op-i fie, milled and snake-danced Satxir- ponenls forced cancellation last 1 " 11 ' 01 *' 1 , clcnvntown „.. „ ...„..„ „,.,,.., Thursdav of President Klsenhw-i^ I11Khl . in . n val " . e / fort ^.^"la bloody riot led him to cancel 1 *Ui^ ti'ittnn v mtlihii'v .'lllinnpp _ . . Liberal-Democratic party. There was no outward sign of the rain of the past month, in which er's visit to Tokyo. The critical question remained, however, how deep and widespread is the damage done to basic Japanese-U.S. relations as a result of the long and angry political struggle inside Japan over .. .... ... , -»., .^ .„.,. nations military allmnce Pl . ( , sidcnt Eisonhowei .. s i with the United States, extended j ])ow As the deadline passed, Uiou- sands of demonstrators continued the President's plea for more ;R e d Chinese aggression, gressioni leader." and "Long live 1 "gainst aggression." money for defense support pro-j An(i in an nour anc j 40-niinute.sino-U. S. friendship." <i"'is Silent grams, earmarking 600 million. p ,. j vatc ta jk with President dollars for this phase of the aid Chiang Kai-shek. Eisenhower reprogram instead of the 724 lions the President sought. There was no roll call vote, but most publicans supported the move provide more money. __ ., On the eve of his arrival on For- ment. <* "Tn our heterogeneous conn- llVli3l*i |v. •,.-„.,*...,,•.,,-. -.^ .... i ' • i- it i 1 *l«i t from of the nUKe . As he spoke the Chinese ComV^- »ome people like motorcycle! five of Ihe American Motorcycle i««es and others don't" he Asai said he was a i the Meadow- bases \ wins: widespread acceptance among the Magurany. district i-eppesenta-l Jft P anesc P e °P Ie the Tokyo-Washington alliance could prove little) more than a fragile legal agree- MayPermits ForBuilding Total 101 in Besides cutting 590!-.> million from the President's over-all re- ch Eisenhower munis, .guns that plastered the Herter was not in town. He has quests, the House lopped an esti-| ' . mated 52^ million from the bill! plaj>terea mosa, the Chinese Communists ; Eisenhower, dressed in a blue. suit, stood bareheaded report of James O. Bennetl. chief city The biggest demonstration of a turbulent month was staged by the Communists, Socialists and fellow travelers in the hours pre| ceding Japan's automatic ratifica- jtion of the new, 10-year security 1 j treaty at midnight. ! A regiment of the Japanese army—perhaps 2,000 troops—was (reported standing by for action in the event of trouble. However, no violence was reported anywhere. .Sonic of the Tokyo marchers peeled off and headed for home before the decisive hour. Miles and miles of columns marched under black-trimmed mourning banners while the minutes remaining were ticking away. Peiping had said it would shell {should be some sort of zoning in i lime, be said. Magurany testified the island to show its contempt the "mushrooming" areas of the motorcycles were of one and | been vacationing this week at his! building inspector. nicac uuiwuuuiaia,summer sun, sioou oaieneaueu "•- •- - ™ -••-•• • -•• •—•••••- --- — - «»'u. n* offshore island of | undcr an enormous velvet canopy, fcr Eisenhower. But the guns the county, "so we can have re-. I wo cylinder type, and all riders j home at M.llis. Mass. on a a w^ minion ™™ »« ""'iQuemoy wuhadeath^eallngrec- Abovc him. and his hosts-Gen- H. R/cSSo^ITGrL t ^^.^X, BlU t0day Pn " iSSim0 and M8dame ChlanR ~ jected to Riving the program u^. 1 ™^™^"^oos'ed"chee, of that amount of money left over ^^ from earlier appropriations hut not obligated. Ellender lost, no time in com plaining about the total. He con were silent today because this is. creation with noise in one sec- were required to wear crash hcl- U.S. Senate is expected to K« ls towered huge three-story high »»<r American and Chinese flags. «« odd-numbered days. fixed to Ihe side of the red brick <JH.V Assembly defense building. It was a typical Chinese as,- ; Several women fainted in the on in searching for what he called ~ senibly, gay and exuberant, like crush as white helmeted troops an "effective means to outlaw even-numbered day—and the lion and manufacturing, for ex- mels. Riders at the track, he said,!follow with American ratification confined their shelling ample, in another section." He are not allowed to drink intoxicants'shortly, possibly Monday. observed thai while Sunday is and can be barred from the trad; About the same time the treaty In his speech Ihe President ex- observed as a "day of rest." if caught drinking, pressed his determination to press Misleading Practices in Insurance Sales Criticized key and South Korea is proof that this program has been mishandled," he told reporters. "I'm going to try to cut it all the traffic will bear. But this crisis has cooled off some of those whose help I expected." TODAY'S CHUCKLE When approaching schools, use your eyes and save the pupils. i r, IWiO, General f-euiurcs Luip i Inside Musts EDITORIAL . . . PAtiK 4 SOCIAL PACK 8 SPORTS PAfiK Jl RADIO & TV , . PAGE 13 COMICS PACK H CLASSIFIED . . PAGE 15 OBITUARY . . . PAGE 19 Market St. Route Survey Endorsed Gerhard (V Krueger. president Joe Russo. Ciiberson Insurance the Peiping regime was his second in seven hours after arriving 01 on the Nationalist island stronghold for nn overnight goodwill )f In a Idler to be presented lo Cii.v Council at its meet ing \isit. nexl Wednesday, the highway streets, an<i traffic committee •(•„.„ \ }(Ml -^ alter landing, lie la- of the Greater Alton Assn. of Commerce has endorsed the- recommendation of the City Plan Commission to seek a stale feasibility survey un use of Marknt s true I as a connection between /In Clark Bridge, "berin" load and the norlliside Reit Route. The letter, over signature ot mission is in agreement with re M. D Durr. committee chair- commendations ol the GAAC for man. has been filed with City, m ,,j a t w | Clerk Paul A. Price for Council presentation. Mayor P. \V rs. He succeeds Sam J5nn- or by weakening defenses against potential aggressors. "Indeed, such weakness would increase Ihr ^Eisenhower's denunciation ol fol ' (l «'W'''*«"I I h e Alton Assn. ol Underwriters and the Great- mi Assn of Commerce Kori Other officers elected were: deplored practices of what Louis Subo. vice president; Day- •icriht'd as "new" insurance ton Schmidt, secrotaiy-treasur- companics that represent their: er. Don Van Meter. William membership as being "siockbuld- Baichcldoi. and William Stephen- ors" when such is nul the case, son, directors. John Voracek, John was ratified in Japan. Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R-NY) predicted in the Senate that Japan will retain its democratic government despite the recent riots and disorders. Javits said the outbreaks are inspired by Communists as part of moil 1 cflorl to split fhf free world and then dominate it. Othci I'rolet'l Treaty "Down with Kishi!" the march- Total volume ol building ac-' ol '- s roared. "Smash the treaty!" livily in May under 101 permits was estimated The treaty, a short document at S'JSo.-IO-l. The:of 10 articles that replaces a 1951 figure includes wholly new con-j ( ' f 'fcns<> agreement, provides that struct ion in amount of $'-'10,257, U. S. bases will remain in Japan and remodeling and re-pair work in amount of $75, M7. April, by comparison, saw issuance of IDS permits for a total volume of $286/188 in building work of which $211,617 was in new construction and S<M,871 in remodeling and repairs. a I least 10 more years. The United States will defend Japan in case of attack. The U. S. government will consult with Japan before deploying forces from Japan or bringing in new armament. Provisions in the earlier treaty for use of U. S. forces in quelling f V Illl 1.1 tTllllVI IU1 following ratification of the treaty. thirty May permits coverning | n ,, Communist -TH V.I I »» <.. ClIVlll ,^r» IV Ultlll , , II- • ' -I * "••«•—•••'-• -i^-i», 11 Jt»_ t*\A< - d'mger of wtr" he of thr Illinals Lil ' c Under\vritprs' ( - 0 ., vvas elected president of thei«'XP ( 'ct new general elections in|projects on commercial struc-| m ,, ot complaints of leftists ' Assn.. Friday noon «l Hotel Strat-! A| , Association of Life Und .'Japan lo come as soon as; possible ; lures, a total ol 5(i. . :ented either toward neutralil ' •' "'•- - ' 'ollowing ratification ' "- ' ' 'ii.;..... -VT : . : Storms Spurring May permit demands '.internal disturbances in Japan air were 52 remodeling and re pair; removed. U.S. officials said they projects for homes and i for like i The provisions were intended to ori- neutrality or that ^ o)d new construction included X for i treaty was unfair and imposed on beled Ihe savage lied Chinese Ixmibardment of Quemoy, 100 miles away, as a "deliberate aggressive act by the Communists." ers members ;iie pushing ;i pingii lor correction ol leafling skill's practices." are hold-over 'mis- tional commilleoman . M»ar is Omar Lyon. for •s. Na- Ih is some lime ago We strongly urge that the Council It is addressed to ||]js resolution . 0 (ha , w Day and council- wj|) |)( . DATA AT THE DAM River stage below Precipitation dam at 8 a.m. '^4 hrs. to 8 a.m. 15.4. Pool 18.6. None. men - plvs) , m ^ f| niunity united request to With regard to the Plan Com-. stall , f 0r consideration 01 mission recommendation for f Market street! route Council action by resolution next Wednesday, the communication states: the this Exams for New Rank of Police Major Scheduled Furthering establishment of an additional rank within the police department, as approved in the "Since the final determination ol bridge approaches and eon- Elections between the berm ''Riv"This request Of the Plan Com-i el ^ ront Highway) and city streets is dependent on the selection of a route to the Bell Line it is necessary that such a route be selected as soon as possible. "We believe that (he Market street proposal presents definite 1 possibilities and advantages, and that the engineering work should , np be done to determine its fpasi- and set a specific rating for officer at an; ~. ., - i might city budget, the Civil service; Tbe Commission has called a •ompared lo the routes by the LochiiL'r Reijoil and by Harland Bartholomew i Associates " The Lochiier rtpon who would be in charge! 0 '"''*' ' times the police chief' be off duty fire department lias as>chiefs, it was pouited petitive promotional exaraina-! out j jul ^ f)Q ^ CK department u»e of Langdon street and a tion for Tuesday afternoon, -July] ha ., (acke( j a ^.finitely similai northward extension to connect 5, in City Hall. The examinationj ^^^^ 0 , authority. !»>e bridge and Belt Route. Tlie ia open only to members of thei For ^ ^mon 0 , ma jor. ai'"^.)"' street plaji of the city department. 'salary of $330 a month was es-'plaii consultants indicated use ol The new rank to be filled from eligibles determined through the examination is that ol major — a position equivalent to assistant chief at police. By the newly cieated position, |has five lieutenants, and that'have surveys made into the City Council sought to spell'the number ot lieutenants'ity of the use of Market and a out more definitely the chain of i with pro\ bion of a ^rudt-of major north .vard extension, citing thdtj command in the department, would be reduced to four it has atuactive V A tablished. This compares to;Henry street. $520 of the next lowei rating, 1 Tlie resolution recommended that of lieutenant. to the Council by the Plan Comic Council discustiou it was mission provides that the Divi- I noted that the department nowjsion of Highways be asked to •e Moving C7 Into Plains By IHC. ASSOCIAII U I'Hl -SS A line of thunderstorms, pushc'd by chill Ciinadian air, moved new dwelling $1,12,000; 12 lor, Jupan by , hc American'occupa- residential additions. $18.70* 3 , iol , With passagc of (he mid ^ h , in,- m ,,-« r ,,.K ,,r '• 1J1 ""J' t ^:^ I deadline, the only W estion is "' i whether the government can end .•ommereialj |hp ,, haos m ; ntpd by the ^^ Ratification by the U. S. Senate $17,700; and 2 for construction, $36.700. The permits for new residenc- |es covered en.-ction of dwellings ifor the following owners at the and an exchange of ratification documents in Tokyo — perhaps i following locations: Junt< 27 or -'8-will make the new j H. Sherwood, 6 Signal Dr., H .' alliilll( ''' l ' f '' ec <ivfv Simmons, 116 K. 22nd St., W.i SIl » s *> Bc'lan- Purliumctnt Caines. 31,'i:; Hawthorne Blvd.. Twenty thousand members of Dunnagen " H> radical student organization Zengakuren—the same group that but the violent ston i ra^vity''thati Bellis ' :!8i:i Oscai> st - J Olm- mobbed White House press sec- lias raked ||«- Kasl with hail and'" 1 ' 1 "' 1 - a1 '- 7 WyckoH Si., and J. retuiy James C. Hagerty June 10 iSpringnian Jr. 12.") BelleviewUmd staged a destructive raid on L> Stl| »" oe »ci'. , the Plains Slates today, St - L Clal ' k ' 107 Elble Sl - U '- °- ••ain appeared to ease. Thunderstorm activity \\as re- porli ;i from ut'.slerii Kansas noriln Avc. Demolition.-, ol the month in- lortbeaslward into the upper Mis- > ; t ' ludwl Ioul ' f; " nily dwellings, an iss,pp, V aii,.>. I.-.. ..n,.i,,i.«H,»,:T:^ ll !: hl r , s '"! rt "™. ^ was light A tornado caused minor property damage hut no injuries early today near ('irand Island. Neb. Ihe Weather Bureau reported. Behind the stoim linr temperatures dropped sharply. Headings in the IDs were recorded in such widely scattered areas a.s the San Francisco Bay region, northern Montana and the llreal Lakes Idaho reported Jo degrees, Prllslon and Sault Ste Ma- I'le, Mich each registered !'_' degrees r.lsi vOii'ii icading.s \\en yi-u eralh in thi 130s alid 7(ls. *' "'°" 1 a si(( ' fo °' le pnvate saraKC ' Two eondeninations of buildings were made. Parliament last Wednesday — massed again before the front gate of Parliament. "We will fight to the end," their a new build- leaders vowed. Some demonstrators, however, were ready to quit early. Zengakuren sound truck speak- 'olid 01 permit tees earned;ers ridiculed defecting columns, Hie building division tor May:asking: "How can you struggle to the end if you leave now?" was $!M>). Three New Patrolmen Named to Police Dept. SPEAKKH AM) OFFICERS Gerhard C. liruegrr (keated, right), of Illinois Ute Ittsuraiu* I n- A«t»oclatU>ii, kuuke at a coiu nieetuig Friday o! the GAAC and the Altuo 4*M»ciatioii of Ufe lludfr- \e\v oftii'er^ ot AALt are: Dayton Schmidt (waled left), »ecre- tary-tmuurer; Joseph Kus!»o utaudiutf (left), president, and l,otm Sabo, vice president.—*»talt Photo. 1'hiet i'ppomtniciits us patrol-;protection staff, men have been made to the AI-; One of the appointees fills a An earlier cold Iroiii that tun police force, and the three 1 vacancy, said Heafner. the oth- drupped temperatures as low as men have begun probationary er two fill positions provided for !',9 in the Midwest Friday had service, it was announced by by the city budget. The budget reached the East today, still caus- Police Chief John M. Healner provides for addition of four men ing some rain (all ill the North- The additions to the depart- to the department, and thus two l " usl - • meiU. through civil service, i positions remain to be filled. At Bingbaniton. in south-central, nv those of Kdward B Coats, i The eligibility list is now ax- New York, a violent electrical storm Friday unloosed a torrential rain and caused damage that may run to more than a million dollar* the Bidwell Slater, and Clyde T.'haustfd. said Heafner, and Angel. Angel, a former police-;Civil Service Commission i* man, has returned to the depart-[expected to call an examination aient after several year's absence'to renew the list at au earl> in employ ol au

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