Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 23, 1960 · Page 8
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 8

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, June 23, 1960
Page 8
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PAOUIK3HT ALTON BVBNINQ TKLJDGHAPH THUKaDAY, JUNK 2d, 1VKW Hunt Two Teen- Escapees Upper Alton Storm Damages Wires, Trees stftrm large amount of minor in tW fpp*r Alton area, bring- 111. /P — Author-|n g down many tree limbs and many Ities searched today for 'wi)j e | e) . frjf , wlrMt leenaaed prisoners, described a* . , ' _., ••extremely dangerous" and Aeeordttg to police, possibly armed, who escaped:"' ri?e '* wcre almost from thr DuPage County jail «»c to the accumulation 'Wednesday night, idphrlo. The 1500 block of They arc Walter Woods. 15, of!f"lnw*on street was blocked off iMedinah. and Sidney Heard, 16. Robin iml Milton PDA*. Police ilw rtetlvM A that the rain had opened a large hole <n Dmtey drive. Many hwncs wire wtttKMt ewN (riclty an a result of the sWm. Wires were down in the 1200 Mock of Clawson, the 3800 block of Ma* ry, the 2-WO block of SanfOrt avenue. the 3700 block of BoMwtdt, Rock Spring Park, the 3300 block of Jackson, the 3800 block Of Berk- Downer* drove.. Woods dial on of se of ihe Inrge number o that hnd fnllen in trees street in that area. eley, the MOO block of Coroflado, the 900 block of Lampert, and the 900 block of Main. A plate glass window was blown out of the 0«l Cherry Boat* establishment at 2637 E. Broadway at about »:30 p.m. , The residents of the 2700 block burglary andj Arrording to fwlice, trees orj area on a burglary charge. Authorities said the ANOTHER ROOF FOR THIS CAR Car parked In the 1500 block of fell at 1514 Clan-son.—Kd Gravemann Clawson was in path of huge tree which Photo. armed robbery; Heard was held : || m j,,, wprp a )<, 0 down at College land iMonterey place. Nolle two ev place, the iSOO block of Maftty. caped by working off a steel t^, 2400 block of Brown, the plate covering their rell doorl^goo block of Orandview, 212 ioi-k. They then shorted the elef:-j ljH(1( j j and the Intersection Of operated mechanism. .. , opened the door ond slipped 20)County. Robert Nelson told po- he saw two youths leaving home before midnight. A the i of Bostwlek held a block party for learlng away the debris in their chain »awg were env (eel to the ground from ;i olid lloor hallway window. sec-||j ( . c his Police attempted to link the i two to a burglary Wednesday 1 niRhl of a home at Orchard and \\arrenville roads in DuPage screen door had been cut, Nelson said, and about S500 in rash, two rifles, two pistols and ammunition were missing. ployed to clear the wreckage. Re- treatment* were served while the men worked. No Demerits Robert E. Lee, of the class of 1829, was the only cadet In many years to complete the four-year course at West Point without a single demerit. Turkey will have 133,000 tele-! phone lines by 1966, Istanbul re-j ports. Kennedy Takes Aim At Nixon national programs to stamp out i disease, to move food surpluses fo hungry areas, to break dovwi communications barriers betwen people, and to harness water resources in arid regions. At Sacramento, Calif., Demo- icratlc Oov. Edmund G. Brown i spoke admiringly of both Kennedy and Adlal E. Stevenson, but left| the impression that he leans toward Kennedy. i As a favorite-son candidate. Brown controls California's SI convention votes, and he h;is avoided endorsement of any of tn»: leading contenders. Telegraph Want Ads "Click." By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ; Sen. John F. Kennedy of Mas- •achusetts says "I don't think we should turn this country over to Vice President Richard M. Nixon; In this critical time." Kennedy threw away a prepared speech at Camden, N. J.,| Wednesday night to launch his attack on Nixon, the probable Re-| publican presidential candidate. Kennedy said people on other continents quote men like Woodrow Wilson, Thomas Jefferson, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry! S. Truman. But, he said, they don't quote Nixon. i "We must elect a president who: Will make people get up in the morning and wonder what he did i instead of what i Soviet Premier; Nikitai Khrushchev did," Ken-; nedy said. i One of Kennedy's strongest opponents for the Democratic nom- 1 ination, Senate Majority Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas took the Senate floor Wednesday to lash at administration foreign policy. "There is a depressing lack of vital new ideas in our foreign policy," he said. Johnson called for greajjt. Inter- SPECIAL "Get Acquainted" Features Try Our Delicious Try Our elici LEMOlUlME Lemon i with Lime Icing! COMPLETE VARIETY OF HAND-MADE COOKIES! SHEARBURN'S ICE CREAM </2 Gallon ONLY with purchase of $1.00 or more in baked goods Complete Selection of Fresh Baked Pies - Cakes - Pastries - Donuts DILLE'S PASTRIES 1307 Stot. 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